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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m VOLUME YADISCN VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DENTAL STTBOEEY I TO Matters - M V N 111 jffi 1 A RICHMOND OUTSIDERS in Religious ST MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1895 Helm decided he had no claim I M NUMBER to It Du- - 6 36 COUNTY riSBCTOSY CIRC I IT COLRT A CALL There Judge T I s monwealths Attv B A Crutcher k S II Thorpe - oner S E Scott Trttttee of Jswi Fund S E Scott Court convene third Monday in Jan- Â¬ uary civil second Mondav in April and the lirt Mondav in September and De er cotramr court ludge Ume R Burnam john F While k Attomev J Terns Cohb ff J P Simmon Jailer Ass I is No Monopoly DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Richmond Kentucky Smith building Main Street ij W ioo to 4 r M PriclM e limited to dentistry B Tne Iau h strlnc Is Out for Kverybody- Some Are In the Fold Some Are Not The Outsiders tan Kntcr Whrnvrr They t hoose Tnlinaffes Serniun Rev Dr Tnlmagsps sermon for Sunday was A Call toOutMtlers the text dtoaea lieint lohn x iti Other sheep Office v J L HARRIS Richmond - MD I 1 S Kintlcky Coroner B Broaddm or rrmtendent Public School F Wag M G Brown I H F Crooke ion and bndse work a specialty Office in lluis building Main street Office hours 9 a m to ii ra i to 4 p m 3m I c Mrs J C 1KIN A VATKS Count court held on tie first Mon l month -- HOftGAJ RICHMOND I - YATES KeNUCKY TR District D P Arnier third ii Constable Wm P Simmons Okfiii Mam Street over Madison National lisirict Green B Million third Hank Constable Eugene Todd Thud District R R Wells first Sat- - WELBY W BURGIN Constable DENTXST Foarth District Johr Dot v second Richmond Kentucky ia Constable Amos Ellison District S Maupin fourth Mon- Office otr Chenaut grocery No Second Constable C C Lamb Street District N S Covle third Sat Constable James W Bratct er AT70ENETS nth District N B Cov second Constable J W Broaddus t C Million third W Ii SMITH iav Constable Thomas Jones irnes of holding magistrates courts ATTORNEY AT LAW aie the months ot February May Au gust and November Kenticky Richmond I xtes UBOOBtTiKn bEXTJsTS Ea berf NUCI coi Kr H Rawtings Judge Fourth Satur each month J H Gabbard Mar- SICEMCND Othce m Oslnis lUnlding at head of stairs 51 30 J C A D M CHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW street XIEECTOST Offii CITY COI KT Richmond - Kenticky 31 Henry C Rue P H Sullivan Attornet Police J D Feenev Collector David Fieeman Court is held on the first Tuesday in each month CITY COUNCIL over Chenaults gro- 30 CS POWELL TTCovington Major James B Stouff r N B Ttirpin H Nefl Ed Rowland A E Carse ATTOESBT AT LAW KiciiMiiMi Kenticky Office same as Rt hmond Water Second Street Light Co s on 3- - V R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky lohn CD A Partes Treasurer Patiie Clerk Mershon Richmond CEUCS DISEOTOET Rchmoid MKTHOHIST M E Church Will practice in all the Courts Office over Rich- Itaonal Hank same as Col Capertons 42- - PARRISH South Pastor Rev A Redd Service at ii am ATTORNEY AT LAW se ond fourth and filth Sundays at Kenticky Richmond 730 p tn each Sunday Sabbath school Prayer meetings at 730 p Patents Caveats Trade Marks Designs Etc Aednesday Report as to patentability of insention ree of Providence M E Church South Ser Charge Unsurpassed facilities Moderate terms Betore applying for a patent write me and third Sundays Pastor Church South C II BRECK Services second A TTORNE Sunday morning and night Prayer meet alternate Wednesday night Richmond ay school every Sunday afternoon M STEPHEN D Redd Hi N E V A T LA W Kentucky Crooks corner Main 152 at tor 3o Kirksville B M E Church South Pas- Â¬ and second Streets Office up iron stairway at Pas- Â¬ enarv M E tor J F Grider Services first Sunday id lurth Sunday morning and niiiht Pravr meeting every alternate Jay school every Sunday morning F Cosbv J A SULLIVAN ATTOMMET AT LAW Kentvky Richmond Offick 106 Main Street up BtaSSS 16- - Pastor Richmond Southern Se vices every Sunday at II a m and Sanaday school 930 a m r meeting every Wednesday night at 7o Pasnond Second Presbyterian tor Rrv J L McKee Services 1 a m and 730 p m r Creek Chapel Pastor Rev A W Crawford cond and fourth Sundays morning and night Prayer me ting Saturday and Wednesday nights unday school every Sun ct 1 rttitTTtfiaii II B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW - Richmond tffice No 13 - KufTUCKr First street up stairs PHTSICIANS J I A8HBAUGHM D day at 10 a m Bethel Meeting House second and fifth vs BOMOWATBJST Kentcocy Richmond Chronic diseases and diseases of women ialty Office No 122 fc Min Street a Formans Chapel fourth Sunday Pastor Rev Wm Crow Krksville and third Sundays BAPTIST spec 34- - DR H R GIBSON PHYS1C1AS AND Richmond Pastor Richmond ind Third Saturdays and Sundays San lav school 9 a m each Sabbath Prat-- -- meeting each Thursday night nond Piedestinarian Pastor Rev E H Burnam Second Saturday and v and fourth Sunday Pamoans First United colored - M Campbell Third Saturday n Sunday in each month at u a m and also 3 and 7 p m on Sun -- SIWKOX - Kenticky 18 Sec27- - and ao Office in the joe Collins buildisa ond Street over Whites new drugstore DR A H STEWART burgeon rmrsKLAR Richmond Street ai - - Kenticky da er Creek Union Pastor Rev L P John rect over Covington OrFtcr 21s Maw Mitchells clothinj sture Residence 6iy North - Pastor Rev J I Wills Saturday and following Sunday Viae Fork Pastor Rev J I Wills Second Saturday and Sunday Waco Pastor Rev T HCampbell Second Sunday and preceding Saturday Red Lick Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Third Sunday and preceding Saturday DR O A KENNEDY Pfl YSfCIAN AMD SUROEOX Richmond Â¬ - - - Kentucky up 13- - Office in Smith Building stairs Office hours 2 to 1 No and 204 Mam Street 4 to 5 oclock urday and Sunday Hays Fork Third Sunday and preceding Saturday Second Saturday and Pilot Knob Sunday Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Rev Kirksville brick church T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A Jones Second Sunday and preceding Saturday and fourth Sunday Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Cane Spring Calvinist first Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev Wm Rupard United Goodloes Chapel Speedwell Pastor H Dunson First Satrd urday and Sunday in each month Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Third Sat 17 Formans Chapel First Saturday and DR JOHN M FOSTER Ill YSIC1AX Richmond - AND SURGEON Kenticky - Office 217 Main Street between Second and Third streets up stairs residence at corner Main 3- and Tales Creei Avenue DR C C SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond - Offics At Residence on Fiftk Street 9- - Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre Saturday Pastor L H Reynolds W Harding Sunday ie Fourth Sunday and preceding Saiurdav Elder Collier Second Sunday and preceKrksviile ding Saturday Joseph Ballew DR T J TAYLOR Mt Pleasant Second and fourth Sun- Â¬ i7 Surgery rraclxtioner in 3Udi h Pastor days and preceding Saturdays Kenticky Sabbath school 10 a Richmond m Mt Zion First and fourth Sundays and OfSce tn Second Street over Yeagers Jewelry 3 Saturday preceding third Sunday Pas Store Residence on Third Street U disciples or chbist G W EVANS M D Kentucky Richmond Having retired from the practice of medicine several years ago for reasons best known to my self I again offer my pr icssioua services to the Persons desir people of Richmond and vicinity ing my servu es will find m offue first coor north of N B Dcatherage on Second I he residence of t rL am Sunday at Sunday school at 930 a and 730 p m n Prater meeting Wednesday evening t 730 Second Sunday White Oak Pond Pastor L H Reynolds Union Christian Church Second Sun ria in each month and Saturday preced Pastor i d r W S Gamboe ing es H Rewi Richmond Elder W F 11 Smith every CHAS HOOKER VETERIMAR Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Dittos Saddlers Soop Office over Richardson 46- below First Richmond ky v Mooting service and sermon at 11 o- Evening service and sermon at Ladies a clock duiing the winter L M Wil- nn Friday at I p tnRector - I1KIST CHlRCH EPISCOPAL iTABLERSDIIl BUCKEYE CURES A W0TH1WG 1UU CATHOI Lecture and beneciction on the same evening to a m nond Pastor Rev Father ei vires first and third Sunday at Ma OINTMENT BJfrPflJS BEST REMEDY for PLE8J SURE and CERTAIN CURE knrnmn for IB year as the mcum e BEST of age and because you have all your life lieen under hallowed influences that therefore you have a right to one whole side of the Lords table spread- inf yourself out and taking up the en tire room I tell yon no Vou wi have to haul in your elbows for I sh l phacf on either side of you those wim vou never expected would sit tb re for as Christ said to His favored peoÂ¬ ple long ago so He says to you nd to not me tlther sheep I have which of this fold so Christ says to us Heres a knot knot of of Cnristians and there is Christians but they make id a small part of the flock lie re it the Episco Â¬ pal fold the Methodist frid the Lu tiieran fdd the Confrrrpationai fold the Presbyterian- foldthe Kaptist and the lVdo Haptist fold the only differ- Â¬ ence between these lst two lieing the mode of shcep wasitog and so they are scattered all o cr and we come with our statisiics and say there are so many thousan i of the Lords sheep but Christ responds No no you have riot seen more nan one out of a thou sand of my flrcW They are scattered all over the rth Othersheep I have whicn are rot of this fold Christ it my text was prophesying the conversion of the Gentiles with as jiiuch confidence as though they were a read- - converted and He is now in the words of my text prophesying the comiJg ot great multitudes of outsid ers that you never supposed would coe in saying to you and saying to me Other sheep I have which are if this fold In the first place I remark that the Heavenly Shepherd will find many of His sheep among the nonehurch goers There congregations where they are all t hristians and they seem to be completely finished and they remind one of the skeleton leaves which by ciemical preparation have had all the ereennessand verdure taken off them and white and and are left cold delicate nothing wanting but a plass case to put over them The min Â¬ ister of Christ has nothing to do with such Christians but to eome once a week and with ostrich feather dust off the accumulation of the last six days leaving them bright and crystalline as Hut the other kind of a church before is an armory with perpetual sound of drum and fife gathering recruits for the Lord of hosts We say to every Do you want to be on applicant Gods side the safe side and the happy If so come in the armory and side Here is a bath in which get equipped Here are sandals to to be cleansed put upon your feet Here is a helmet for your brow Here is a breat plate for your heart Here is a sword for your right arm and yonder is the bat- Â¬ tlefield Quit yourselves like man I There are some here who say stopped goinp to church ten or twenty My brother is it not rears ago strange that you should be the first 1 know man I should talk to to day all your case I know it very well You have not been accustomed to eome into religious assemblage but I have a surprising announcement to make to you you are going to become one of Ah yon say the lords sheep You dont know it is impossible how far I am from anything of that kind I know all about it I have wandered up and down the world have a and I understand your case still more startling announcement to make in regard to you you are not only going to become one of the Lords sheep but you will become one to day You will stay after this service to be talked with about your soul People of God prar for that man That is the only use for you here 1 shall not break off so much as a crumb for you Christians in this sermon for I am go give it all to the outsiders Other sheep have I which are not of this fold When the Atlantic went to pieces on Mars Rock and the people clambered upon the beach why did not that heroic minister of the Gospel of whom we have all read sit down and take care of those men on the beach wrapping them in flannels kindling tire for them seeing that they got plenty of food Ah he knew that there were others who would do that He says Yonder are men and women freezing in the rigging of that wreck Hoys launch the boat And now I see the oar blades head under the strong pull but before they reached the rigging a woman was frozen and dead She was washed There Hut he says off poor thing And he cries out is a man to save Hold on five minutes longer and 1 will save you Steady Steady Give Leap into the lifeboat me your hand So there are Thank God he is saved those here to day who are safe on the shore of Gods mercy I will not spend any time with them at all but I se there are wait who are freei the rigging of sin and surrounueu storms Pull aw uy by periltwis Let us reach them lad my is washed off and g otie Let There is one more to be saved us push out for that one Clutch the ing- man clutch 1th grip Steady now a Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Â¬ guard There is fruit in the orchard for tiie whole world but they have a lough and unsympathetic way of ac costing outsiders as though they had tin business here thoup h the Lord wants them all to come and take the largest and ripest fruit on the premises Have you an idea that because you were baptized at thirteen months Â¬ Â¬ nave which are not of this fold There is no monopoly in religion The praee of Jod is not a little prop Â¬ erty that we may fence off and have 11 to ourselves It is not a kinps park at which we look through barred irate way wishing- that we mitrht g o in and see the cieer and the statuary and pluck the flowers and fruits in the royal conservatory No it is the Fathersorchard and everywhere there re bars that we may let down and pates hat we may swing- open In my iMiyhooct next to the country fsclnHilhouse there was au orchard of apples owned y a very lame man who althoujrh there were apples in the place Derpetuaily decaying and by scores and scores of bushels never would al low any of us to touch the fruit One day in the sinfulness of a nature in Â¬ herited from our first parents who were ruined by the same temptations some of us invaded that orchard but KCHin retreated for the man came after Us at a speed reckless of making his lameness worse and cried out Roys drop those apples or Ill set the dog on you Well my friends there are Christian nien who have the church under severe 1 Â¬ sheep I have which are not of this fold Christ commands his ministers to be fishermen and when 1 go fishing do lot witnt to ro among other churches out into the wide world not sitting along Hokokus Creek where eight or en other persons are sitting with hook md line but like the tislterinen ot Newfoundland sailing off and drop ping net away outside forty or iifty miles from shore Yes there are nonchurch goers here who will oosae in Next Sabbath the will be here again or in some better church They are this moment behag swept into Christian Associations Their voice will lie heard in pubic prayer They will die in peace their bed surrounded by Christian sympathies and to be carried out by devout men to lie limed anil on their graves to be chiselc the words Precious in the sight the lyord is the death of His sain--Anon Resurrection Day you wiiPt up with the dear children yon hare already buried and with your Clvistian the parents who have already v palm And all that grand ad Other history begins this hour sheep I have whicii are JOt of this fold I remark again the HVavenlv shep many of her i is going to find are positive iiis sheep among those I do not rejectors of Christiritvknow how you came 0 reject Christianity It may have ven through hear ing Theodore Parf r preach or through the mtidel talk f some young man It may have beeu in your store ooae professed through the tickarj disgusted you w itii i hristian marn reliion I t lJt iisi you how you t you lrankly tell me because so that you reject it You do not believe thaiChrist is a Divine being alvery though U admit thar he was rood nn Von do not believe that the Dile was inspired of Godallnough you tink that there are some very fine thius in it You relieve tnat the ScrPura description of Kden was raiv an allegory There are SO things ifat I believe that you do not lelicve nd yet vou are an accommodating nan Everybody that knows yon that of you If I snould ask you to do a kindness for me or if any one else should ask of you a kindness you would do it Now I have a kind ness to ask of you to day It is something that w ill cost you nothing and will give me great delight I want you by exicriment to try the power of Christs religion If 2 should come to you ami you were very sick and doc tors had given you up and said there w a no chance for you and I should Here is a ut a bottle and say medicine that will cure you it has cured fifty people and it will cure yon I have no confidence You would say I would say in it Wont yun take it t i oblige me Well you would say if its any accommodation to you My friend will you be as Ill take it accommodating in matters of re- Â¬ ligion There are some of you who have found out that this world can not satisfy your soul You are like the man who told me one sab bath after theservici was over I have tried this world and found it an insufTell me of something ficient portion You have come to that You lietter are sick for the need of Divine medicaNow I come and tell you of a ment Physician who will cure you who has cured hundreds and hundreds who Oh you say were sick as you are I have no confidence in Him Hut Accommodate will you not try Him rue in this matter oblige me in this I am very cermatter just try Him I tain He will cure you You reply have no especial confidence in Him but if you ask me- - as a matter of ac- Â¬ commodation introduce Him Christ who has cured the rhysician more blind eyes and healed more ghastly wounds anil bound up more broken hearts than all the doctors That since the time of Aesculapius Divine Physician is here Are you not read v to try him Will you not as a pure matter of experiment try Him and state your case before Hiin this Hold nothing back from Him hour If you can not pray if you do not know how to pray any other way say O Lord Jesus Christ this is a strange tiling for me to do I know nothing These about the formulas of religion nristian people have been talking so long about what Thou canst do for me 1 am ready to do whatever Thou coin mandest me to take If there le any power in religion as these people say let me have the advantare of it Will you try that experiment now I do not at this point of my discourse say that there is anything in religion but I simply say try it try it Do not take my counsel or the counsel of any clergyman if yon despise clergymen Perhaps we may be talking profession ally perhaps we may be prejudiced in the matter perhaps we may be hypocritical in our utterances perhaps our advice is not worth taking Then take the counsel of some very respectable layman as John Milton the poet as William Wilberforce the statesman as the astronomer as Isaac Newton as Robert Boyle the philosopher They never Locke the metaphysician preached or pretended to preach and vet putting down one his telescope ind another his parliamentary scroll uad another his electricians wire they all declare the adaptuess to the want f Christs religion If and troubles of the world rot will not take the recommendation of ministers of the Gospel then take t ne recommendation of highly respect- Â¬ Oh men skeptical and able layman truck through with unrest would you not like to have borne of the peace uliieh broods over our souls to day I have I know all about your doubts I have gone been th rough them all through all the curriculum I have toubted whether there is a God whether Christ is God I have doubted whether the Hible was true I have loubted the immortality of the soul I have doubted I my own existence nave doubted everything and yet out of that hot desert of doubt I have come lata the broad luxuriant sun shiny land of Gospel hope and peace and comfort and so 1 have confidence in preaching to you find asking you to come in However ofven you may haye spoken against the Bible or however much you may have caricatured relig on step ashore from that rocking and tumultuous sea If you go home to day adhering to your infidelities you will not sleep one wink You do not want vour children to come up with your You can not afford to die skepticism in that midnight darkness can you If you do not believe in anything else you believe in love a fathers love a mothers love a wifes love a childs love Then let me tell you that God loves you more than them all Oh you must come in Vou will come in The great heart of Christ aches to have you come in and Jesus this very moment whether you sit or stand looks into vour eyes and says Other sheep have ii are not of this fold sin I remark that the Heavenly i in a r v to fit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- uld have to give it up to msmi Cures RisinQ I S M i III e A pound of the Royal Baking Powder will raise more flour and make it into ourer food than a pound of any other baking powder My analyses show that ot all the powders fr - A Si on county farmer had thirty two sheep killed and twenty seven wounded b Valentine Parties and Pinners The valentine party which is a revival of olden times is quite well in late years and valentine luncheons and dinners among the young people are ffvquent even in Lent for a feast that has for its patrons a bishop cannot lie regarded as exactly i secular affair The cart of invitation and menus for these occasions an in the forms of hearts and answer the double purpose of a favor and a valentine Evlden e of It Briggs You must hav- composed the petr- yourself in the valentine you sent around to Miss Quilter Griggs eagerly Why you havent seen her since have you Briggs No The dKtor wouldnt let aayeaw see her Jed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - ti i- Breast iueaaaaaT l man 1 have been a n each for manv M i h re t was used it accomi ders and relieved much suffer- ine It is the best remedy for rising of the Breast known and worth the price for that alone Mas Is the Teatest ever offered cl - otbers Friend Snt e b Mon Krprw r Pr Bt BMkMlsW HOTEL LELAND S Pleased Him tested the Royal is the richest and purest yielding the largest amount of leavening gas The Royal contains neither lime ammonia A nor alum J The tiest valentine I ever received said Winkle was from a rich old aunt if mine up in the country Wl at was it asked Nodd She wrote me a letter said Winkle and said she wasnt feeling very well k BRiOKs 1 e from K L I LEXINGTON KLMUCKV New Building Electric Elevator New F irniture Eleciric throughout by htt water Truth k r f vfr l If every dotr must have his day When he with all his kind rew It must be thine St Vales For then we hear their doggerel to4c V- The Poetasters Patron Hated -6 Prof of Chemistry sy r 7 THE lAIENTINK BIKI STOVES 1 r nnYnn MppH Qtmee wu i uu nuuu uiuvuu THE COLD WEATHER WILL SOON BE LPON VOU AVD A Kentucky School of Medicine Good health lies In the use of the Royal Baking Powder only rfr T ytr x ImBrW - v ROVAl BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK chain of forty or fifty links and after they had run out there was nothing to touch the depth of a very bad case If they were hunting anil got off tne track of the deer they would look longer among the brakes and bushes for the lost game than they have been looking for that lost soul People tell us thai if a man have delirium tremens twice be can not be reclaimed that after a woman has sacrificed her integ--ritshe can not be restored The Hible nas distinctly intimated that the Lord Almighty is ready to pardon four hun dred and ninety tunes that is seven Â¬ ty times seven There are men before the throne of God who have wallowed in every kind of sin but saved by the grace of Jesus and washed in his blood There they stand there radiant now are those who plunged into the very lowest of all the hells in New York who have for the tenth time been lifted up and finally by the grace of God they stand in Heaven yioriously resctied by the grace promised to tne chief of sinners I want to tell you that Sod loves to take hold of a very baii case When the church casts you off and when the elubroom casts you off and when society casts you off and w hen business associates cast you off and when father casts you off and when mother easts yea off and when everybody casts you off your first cry for heip will bend the Kternal God clear down into the ditch of your suffering and shame The Good Templars can not save you although they are a grand institution The Sons of Temperance can not save you although they are mighty for good signing the temperance pledge can not save you although I believe in Nothing but the grace of the Kter Â¬ it nal God can stive you and that will if on will throw yourself on it There is a man in this house who said to me Unless God helps me I can not be de Â¬ I have livered tried everything sir but now I have got in the habit of prayer and when I come to a drinking saloon I pray that God will take me safe past and I pray until I am He does help me For past every man given to strong drink there are scores of traps set and when iie goes out on business to- Â¬ morrow he will be in infinite peril and no one but the everywhere present Ob God can see that man through they talk about the catacombs of Napies and the catacombs of Home and the catacombs of Egypt the burial places under the city where the dust of a great multitude lies but I tell you New York has its eatacombs and Hostou its catacombs and Philadelphia They are the underits catacombs ground restaurants full of dead mens Young boues and all nncleanness man you know it God help you There is no need of going into the art gallery to see in the skillful sculpture that wonderful representation of a man and his sons wound around with serpents There are families represented in this house that are wrapped in the martyrdom of fang and scale and venom a living laocoon of gliast lineas and horror What are you to am not speaking into the air I do am talking to hundreds of men who must be saved by Christs Gospel or never be saved at ail What are you going to do Do not put your trust in bromide of potassium or in Jamaica ginger or anything that apothecaries can mix Hut your trust only in the eternal God and he will see you through oinc of you do not have temptations every day It is a periodic temptation that comes every six weeks or every three months when it seems as if the pow ers of darkness kindle around about your tongue the fires of the pit Itiwell enough at such a time as some of oudo to seek medical counsel bul your first and most importunate cry must be to God If the fiends will drag you to the slaughter make them do it on your knees 0 God DOW that the paroxysm of thirst is coming airain upon that man help him Fling back nto the pit of hell the fiend that as saults his soui this moment Oh mj heart aches to see men go on in thui fearful struggle without Christ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -1 Â¬ TTVTTTVTTTTTTT STEAMERS IN Eut the Much-Looked-F- H Jw mfj s or Capt Carters Monkey Capt Carter who lived in Washing- Â¬ ton D Cvheu on land had a great fancy for fine fowls and among his collection prized a fine old king gobbler- On his last cruise he brought home a mischievous young monkey which gave him so much trouble it was a good deal like an elephant on his One day hearing a terrible hands squawking in the hennery the cap- Â¬ tain found Jocko with king gobbler under his arm while he was deliber- Â¬ ately pulling out the poor birds last tail feather The captain rescued the turkey and punished the monkey severely who knew very well why he was chastised The uext day again hearing a commotion among the feathered tribe he went to the scene of action and it Jocko with the much persecute lietween his put his us of re Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Nazaire and tvo of her masts were speculation Amour shipper m to taken out At the same time new boilers and machinery were put in the Nature of the Mislviji Wliii h Mini Hitse Beftsllen Ijs with the purpose of reducing her run slsl stranj-e Vessel Anchors Off Suiniy Hook ning time from eiirht to seven days she made but one trip each way after Sanhv Hook Feb ll At fc3aa m she was reconstructed arriving here Sunday a steamship was east of the on December 31 and leaving for Havre lightship bound in Sihe did not sig- on January The Patria Floated nal At MefS she was going off shore Sanhv Hook Feic 11 The llam anchored Another steam At 1130 he bnrr American I Line steamer Iatria er is coming up over the eastern horioff the Hook atur zon At 13 Monday morning the dar nizht wm Sun lay morning Bve tugs The 1at steamer before reported east of the am assiste I off lightship bound in has anchored She rm ix ii went to et siu sustained nc damage looks like one of the French line steam- Â¬ is beers She has not signaled She KENTUCKY STATE NEWS lieved to be the La Normandie New York Feb 11 A number of A roMMiTTKK of citizens of Muhlen Â¬ ocean steamships arrived at this port berg county will investigate the books Sunday reporting heavy winds and of the county court anl funding board seas but bringing no news of La Gas Â¬ It is alleged that the railroad tax col cogne It is not strange that they did lected has not been properly applied not see I a Gascogne for on the generTut next meeting of the State Kdu ally accepted assumption that she is catioual association will be held on seriously disabled she would in ail June ii 87 and s likelihood hae been driven far out of A poT offick has been established her own counie and that of the other at Threlkel Butler county liners long before any of the three Bt t Welsh colored who was indictsteamers passed that way ed at the iast term of the circuit court ne of La Gascognes sister ships La at Honkinsville for whitecapping was Normandie will probably arrive Mon arrested near Pembroke by Town day She is more likely than the Marsiial Harris of thatplree the other steamers of the other lines to bring evening and was brouj ht to Honkinsnews of la oascogne lor sne sailea ville and lodged in jail There are from Havre thday before La Gascogne other grave charges agaiust him was due in New York and conse Kkvucky got five fourth class postquently her officers know nothing of masters the other day as follows Cuthat steamers dentention Wilson Hreat La Touraine on the contrary which bage Bell county J Crossing Scott county 1 A Iiiehard is imv five days out for the Azores and eounty J the Mediterranean will use every ef son Prices Mill Simpson A Dawson Baffell Franklin county fort to get track of the missing ship The missing French liner is now eight Koxy liar rod South Fnion Logan nays overdue and has been out sixteen county A W Brown Tuk business men of Monticello sre days in alt The Taormina from Hamburg is al tryinsr to organize a company to build an electric road to Burnsidc 6o late having been out nineteen w KS county has disposed of her days Her ordinary running time is seventeen days but she has poor farm and the question confronts sixteen or sometimes takn as long as twenty the fiscal court of the county what to one The Wittekind from Bremen is do with the paupers Thf sheriff of Henderson county has at least two days overdue and the Llandaff City from Swansea January received a letter from the sherLf of Hardin conntv Tenn asking for in 2 is also late Agents for the other steamship lines formation concerning a man named express confidence in the ultimate safe- Â¬ Martin or Murphy who was murdered in the latter county about a month ty of the La Gascogne There was a good deal of speculation ago The Tennessee officer desires to among shippers as to the nature of the communicate with the relatives of theÂ¬ mishap which all are now agreed must dead man The authorities at Henderhave befallen La Gascogne It is hoped son know nothing about tiie man re- Â¬ that it is nothing more serious than a ferred to rFNsioNs were granted the other day derangement of her machinery and the most common accident of this as follows Original Geo W Mchee kind is the breaking of the shaft Muses Mills Fleming county Thomas They recall any number of ships to B Millsaps Fiat springs Wayne counwhich this has happened within the ty Daniel Pace Harlan Courthouse Increase John K Harlan county last few years If the engines are stopped in time to New Milldale Kenton eounty Maj Â¬ Mexican war surprevent the broken end from thresh- - Nelsou Newport ing about anil damaging or crashing vivors increase John T Wall Fietn through the ihips hult the accident ingsburg Fleming county In the circuit court at Shelbyville a is not necessarily a serious one in the sense of involving peril to human life few days ago Richard Bohannan of It is certain however to delay the Hempridge w as awarded MM damages khip for a number of days against Policeman Robt Finnel for The famous break in the Umbrias beating Bohannan over the head with shaft which kept her out two years a club when arresting him for druuk ago for a week after she was due is a ncss and disorderly conduct last No The passengers were vember court day in point The case will be never in any i eal danger after the en- appealed gines were stopped and repairs begun Mits J V Garkft of Metcalf county except from the possibility of being is the possessor of a gourd that holds run down while drifting one bushel and has been in use thirty T he Lmbi ia sailed on December 18 seven years 1M3 and was iot heard of again until Town Makshai Thomas Dvtdbi December S9t She was then four days Stamping Ground Scott county atoverdue On that date the Moravia tempted to arrest a Negro but fell in came into port with the news that she the scuffle and broke his leg on December -- 1 when had sighted W M Ham of Graves killed an owl she was pursuing her usual course which measured i feet M inches from The acciden happened on December tip to tip of wings and weighec A few pounds 23 due east of Sable island hours after she was met by the Bohe- A big bank of fire clay has been mia bound eiist which undertook to discovered on a farm owned by W tow her into port After proceeding S Fant in the eastern part of Fleming thirty six m les the towing cable county near Bell Brave springs parted and the Bohemia was compelled A tliepiionf S3stem at Fulton will to go on her w ay alone On December be completed in a few days Bin 3d the Galileo arrived in New York the erection of an electric light plant reported that she had sighted the arc also being advertised for by the Imbria on Cnristmas Day 70S miles city eouncil out She wan lying to and signaled It is unlawful now to kill doves that she wai not under command squirrels partridges snd wo She that is was unable to steer Theke is much suffering among the did not asx for assistance and on De- Â¬ poor of Louisville on account of the 31 the day after the Galileos cember severe cold Applications o the mayor arrival she reached port under her and to the charity organization for own steam have been numero During the same week the Xoord coal The other day at Newport Police land bound east broke her shaft but made port safely The Spree also broke Judge Wolf stepped dowu and out and took Dumont a republican her shaft two years ago and last year Judge of charge the Ems fell a victim to the same mi it got hap The break in the Eras shaft was dates wlier so far and hai Mil h Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ andherenginescandcvelon 10000 horse power She lias 11 water tigrht collision bulkheads and carries S3 life- Â¬ As originaliy constructed of the Elbe Wreck Arrive boats Survivors La Gascogne carried four masts but on the Steamer Umbria last May she was overhauled at St Gascogne Not Among Them Sooo uteamer and was built in MM at La Sevne near Toulon by the ociete des Forges el Chantiers dc a Mediterranee in length S3 in breadth 480 La She is311 feet depth Her tonnage is in nil STOVE OR A GRATE WILL BE A NECESSITY WE HAVE BOTH Â¬ al -- V gT In fact we have every thing in the heating and cooking line Our sales have al ready been large this season and every sale has Harpers m Younj People sitnrt Hns Valentin tapping ai Given Satisfaction -- COME I Maiden At the vi For a diamond with it AND BlY- - Detroit Free A HEATIN5 STOVE A COOZIiTO THE MARKETS Flovtj fancy or pati it STOVE A SANGE A GSAT 111 1 - spring V 1 INN pat AND EVERYTHING NECESSARY TO ACCOMPNl THEM SlUH AS f 05 LM evtra mrthwpstern - lo 7S per brL Wheat The receipts ewlag le -- evere weath Â¬ er are liht The market is still firm at a ry Firs Brick Hearts CJiiamsT Tiles Backs Cooking Utensils e Iair Aes Mar Cuau iippiibutoiii la tirm and utATKD Economist usually small nrr prici- - arc wet maiatatned alUtoocn tae aa and Cast jir proportion Oil- in moderate eaaesad the of- sad pric Xo mixed track is held flight i i Urolght Steei CO kfords Cele- - CLAUDE SMITHS i aa Market strone mi Lflt chain meiliun oir tATTLi r rs Fair to food i VrAi I light UTBS Market pacKers lect shlaasn m Hos - weak lf a Market Higher Fair to good mnion ami lanre ELOBSJIkSa anil Douglas WL Harasa the best a rommoa sheep ami f good to choice ass iiihssa Extra ft 45 good iish gr Z QilVLoTFOBAKINS faEHUtAT NAWELLLD CALF s COKDOVAW Ti root te s 4s3sp 1 Fine sUlf iKAfaSMoa J Lambs 5mj 4 Sit iattik Market quotaoly steady at da s pr H us Gesd to choice medium and heavy 4 30 axed 30 Indian ipoiis lad Fer H GO SSlOO common to fair RlOiiS K 1 35PPOLCE3SOLE3 -- ft so2W0RKNisjs EXTRA TINE- - 2l awatV BaYS5CrU3Larfltt heavy LADIES C goodhghu Sne sheep i2eEsT05oNGOvA SHEEe i - hoire iambs 5 S Wheat No I re KtriMORE Feb 9 No I red spot and Februar amor Over One Million People wear the ILOUUtiLAa BKC KTOMMAS5 4 Shoes SEND fOK CATALOGUE W L Douglas 3 Costs Mixed snol and February ITiJtTsjc March iTtc bid May lV49c steamer mix Â¬ ed 40 c bid OTs No 2 white western 3837c No S mixed do L4 Rye No a Man All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money hey equal custom shoes tn style sod fit Vheir wearing qualities are unsurpassed be prices are uniform st peg a sola s sved over other makes From Ji ii your dealer canaot supply you we can Sold by 1 tit Wheat- - No 57sic afloat 67c ungraded red50c Wa0t New York Feb ft red store and eevat No I February Northern hg 1 30 58 JACE FEESMAK Richmond Sy j Corn No 2 Sc elevator 4sjc afloat steamer mixed Xditc No 3 4 I Oats Spot prices No 2 ma0tv white 3oic No i Chicago Hc No 3 33c V4aJ No 3 wnite hHswl mixed Western white ttate and do Western 3Vllc Toledo O Feb ft Wheat No I red cash SSc May 54181 No 3 red cash KMa Corn- - No 2 mixed cash 42ie Maj No 3 yellow cash Nothing doing Oat- Garnett House Saloon V STUART JONES Proprietor Pure Whiskies Brandies Wines c -- As the whiskey taz hits teen raised 20c pe Clovebsesd Pittsburgh Feb ft gallon I will hereaitor sell pure year-old Cattle Prime 5 00 5J0 r ot 4 50485 Jett whiskey at 2 25 per gallon good butchers J3 HJ j4 15 rough fat 3iX I have engaged the services of Mr Robt 3H fair light sterrs aieS35 Hoes Philadephias 4455 j4 60 mixed 4 65 Terrill as bartender who will le pleased to common to have his friends call an see him best York 4 65 revel fair Yorkers I ur mixed 300 4 W STl ART RMIB lameit Hsa wSalMB Sheep i March 15C0 i common II best iambs S4903I ajLsasaVsa Sso yearlingi50common to5- fair lambs 40 39 Second Street III Ipaio N Y Feb ft Cattle I lht butchers steers t 66 40th fair to good fat buils jili 340 veals J6ro ii THE CORNER I located on the SALOON Â¬ Â¬ rNrTJffi sssssWsT corner of First and Irvine streets Tliev have 14 year old Anderson county and home made wh Fresh beer dailv from Mac aces and kinds of Wines Brandies and Waters and can furnish any amount from a spoonful to rive gallons at lowest prices your btiu- nd it at tiie bar or to your house That tine big good looking polite John Mershon will wait on Â¬ tou with pleasure L 47 T WILSON Prop hr KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when The many who live bet- Â¬ ri jhtly used ter than others and enjoy life more with CAV t A v RAUL MARKsV by more promptly less expenditure adapting the worlds best products to COPYRIGHTS th- needs of physical being will attest CAS I OBTAIN A rATTSTf a war and as Bo annntaam t the vaiue to health of the pure liquid amnnt bad nearly ilfty yara embraced in the afi laxative principles A llaadkwaaaf la- Hasmsuaaoi remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting a f mhSm in the form most acceptable and pleasÂ¬ Imliuc American ant to the taste the NOasbiag and truly tTietL B brwiJL- - WT iii reine put Uo w and beneficial properties of a perfect lax out wt to tne I BTmcr Talaiki Bwani ly eteam i Of any acMSHine work in tnn rcuisti ativf a STr want sw annans son anaiw di peliing colds headaches and fevers HuUdins- riiiirfi nilwyaz anayear numtH r tnnriis beni- g constipation ana pern sand tfasnta- pians eiaMina Wastes ti ww tin Ithasgiv 7iei-nlat met with the approval of the ni MINN ft j JtKW Ycuut 34ft BaraxDWAY m I Siissas 11 - 1- 1- profession r beeaue it and R Hie ao out weak ening every substu sao Big Four Mileage iy good JS1 name wiMira but may 35 is rudition and is being widely read The without going through the process of States authorized under the act of July MMMUIUICaWIVJlaMPPKH1 Pr Blauton did not preach here Sun waii is dead author predicts that the end of the world inflating and emptying the lungs and 14 175 payable in coin thirty years day as was announced From they could do notbkig with the 20 after date with interest at the rate of 4 will A tfrrible storm along the coast of will occur ob April 23rd 1900 rtro Williams of ITington rNUUII EVERT WEUNCSOAT T he save we will so pounds of flesh the were tusurins at tier cent oer annum to the amouut of a nrearh for our neonle next Sundav Nov Scotia assumed the proportions of now until then Climax Co a tidal wave and swept away over one throngh another fearful and bitterly con- - but the instant they w vit through the jttle less than ul4000fl0 are to be A select sthool liegan here Monday Is the result of the usual treatment of tested was in 1897 which all the great experiment in the proper way up tin issued for the purchase of gold coin hlnol disorders The ivstem is filled with hundred houses with J Harry Hendren as teacher Mercury and Potash remedies -- more to Luropeau nations will participate in in body would go and apparently there mounting to a sum slightly in excess of ROCK Eacm tN Mi N MLR rc dreaded than the disease and in a i A Koy the gentlemanly manager Lexington K v Feb - Kto000000 to be delivered to the Treas Pat Deianey new Napoleon will mike his rite was no strain w hatever on th index inshort while Is in a far worse oonditlon of the Southern Lumber Co accom Â¬ than before The most common result Is a delimited man aged 44 was run over as the King of the Greek States and gers of the four men who were thus sup Bar of the United States which sum PRICK IER UAK and killed by the cars on the Cincinnati Syria in 1HM a terrible earthquake will porting Hty pounds il solid fleth each adaU to the gold now held in our re panied by his wife and little daughter sssssaaagaaw visited relatives at Winchester last week 1 for which frw S a Is the moat relibie ern rail 101 I last week shake the very foundation of our planet The experiment was tried on two nun serv will restore such reserve as to cure A bottles will affotd relief BT2TXSZK6 BATES The Southern Lumber Co anticipate J failed On March lith Wl on Thursday at that went beyond the S50 notch a id it make t amouut to something mere than Swher all else hasnevere atiricK of Meriur1 tetnrning from church Rev and 3 o from a an ice tide in the river and have had a 9 clock p in Jerusalem time and at worked on them just as well as it did 01 vix u iiiMuiiJiiiisiu iuy riuib auu iv l0000yi00 Such premium is to be al I a m Mi- alze to more thrni twice their natural tui ca tirtnc m nthiana found 1 of hands at work cutting ice from tbemostexcrurlatlnKpaluft hour HM minutes p m Berlin time Ispenthunaredg the smallest man in tiie house Batata I lowed t the Governmental to fix the force babv winch they their or dii nam without renei oui aiiier in will take place the ascension to heaven Times rate of hwWal upon the amount of gold along their booms Ing a lew bottles ol bPACE 1 improved rapidly jnd had left wrapped in it cradle smothered ruuilvil it ie liue 0104 jhi ceni jci As was intimated by yout corresponol the 144000 elected blessed ones who am now a well man S- o1 IQBACCO CULTURE IX ROtKC to death I completely cured dent two weeks ago a confusion arose as annum snaii not die can heartily recorn- these prophecies have TLE COUNTY mnnd your wonderful medicine to anyone of White Hall Madi least onifiaif f the gold is to be to who should teach the school at this At called forth consideiable emotion over l ILIiiem afflicted with this painful dleane W F DALET Brooklyn Elevated K R Inch Miss Bleeding taught one week unty is announced as the Income the Rhine i suppled from ab ic Le Figaro which is a vcryim- - place 225 4 5oif 7 00 12 OC Will tobacco culture in Rockcastle Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlaeaaea mailed 11 00 7 00 Tax Hector in the Sth Internal Revwhen on Saturday following the last day int and favvrable feature of the tree to any adurea tO DO IJ OO 3 25 This question has been county pay WASHIMilllN LKTIKK O OO SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AUaata a 12 or 19 OO J 4 6 75 enue district with headquarters at Rich transaction The pivilege is especially she taught a new lock was bought aid I answer it will if properly cul5 00 asked 7 50 is 00 3 oc iiiond and he is now after the bloated reserved to the uiVrnment to snbsti- - pul on the door the following Monday From our regular coriespondent J I 40 00 tivated cared for and properly marketed 60 OO bondbokJei tute at par within U l lvs frm this morning she could not gain entrance to Washington so oJ 80 00 C February B IMS This however will require BOOM time coin bonds the house and on Tuesday she com Neither In sident Cleveland nor Sec- as we will have to become acquainted in date in lieu of the 4 pet The Xoitoik A Western ftailraad propother bonds in terms pavle in gold and menced i school at Millers school house tiie market to realize our average in bearing erty pasasal into the hands of receivers retary Carlisle was surprised at ti only 3 er cent vtcrest if the about one mile away A Mrs Jenkins OKDKKs I MR With some experience in raislast wiek bv proceedings instituted by tion of the House on the I m ial hi pines claims privately to have the school at Unv issue 01 me same snouiu 11 the meanThey were kept thoroughly paatedootba ing and manufacturing tobacco in this1 tentative of the pany R W 8MITH The place and says so report has it1 that she of the county I am sui nel our soil and cU time be authorized by th week Kimbell and Fink were appointed by sentiment of the Democrat Who represents The Carter Dry Goods Miss Breeding House but there was an element ot mate ill sustain its culture of Barleys arrangements thus completed ifier care- is giiig to teach there vmous or return rt at nichmond Va ful inquiry appear in the mVent cir has a w ntten contract with the trustees Company of Louisville Kentucky doubt as to how the Republican would as well as dark tobaccos BL1 KOCK PRICKS of said house and guess will hold it i cumstances and considering all l CleyeUsXD announces in vote even after ex speaker and Iresi- PiEsiiu i W it i tfl- - viti tirHir cull i j j GILT EDGE coons l Albert Doier and M V Howard car- Â¬ - t ssaje that 52400 ei A per cent dential candidate Beed made bis great seasons llKHl pounds to the acre The imoie in 01 investors oeveen penters and contractors of this place are ids will lie issued to brinf the couiDinauon lul tor the support of tne average price lir the past 20 vears of the estimaiion WKDNEsDAY The silver men ol the west and the gold men dark leaf has leen about 9800 and for bonds iiunle payanle in com Mid building a residence for Mrs iilniau of N fund up to the 100000000 specifically made payable in of the east by ollerimr a substitute bead have already been negotiated Clark county on Boones Creek near Barleya ahoat 8 00 These price pay those at e lia in favor ot the latter as is represented ne half of tlein 10 to foreign markets which be was pleased to call a Athens according to plans and specitica- HO per acre safely stated from 30 to md by the old ship of eoasproause lactose hiaapeeeh ad The same land cultivated in com will three fourths of a cent in annual inter ions furnished by A L Kowe architect a araoxa aloft has been made to have stati ruin threaten f Lexington ing a bv aafciag the lohowiag Boto- - yield an average of 90 bushels and on an est It will cost S oOO of the people laic a joint debate lietween Pagan Hob In mon like questions By the agreements just concluded the Now why is not average is worth S- - The difference in Mrs James Turner and niece Mrs ail not act in her behalf ereoll and sme noted iine as an at that thesolution of our problem without cultivating corn and tobacco is about one annual saving to the Government if lriie Pilackwell returned from Garrard tractkia at Uith Bridge the eoasiaa main the it percent gold bonds should be substi- cotiitv last week where thev attended a raisin vexed questions which we know third more in the cultivation of tobacco it her issue of Umds micr of the greaads Capt cannot be solved reserved UlrtbWy dinner given by the formers Whv is it not a prac- At least eight or ten dollars will pay tuted under the privilege othei if it le- - F L Briston declines to enter into such tical solution of our trouble Why is it the extra alor of one acre of tobacco would be 539159 amounting in thirty oioifciir Mr j viuiion has liad an arrangement not suitable in every amy The lack of cultivated and marketed of that of corn years to 16174770 01 course there silas Tamil f who was hurt not long in a Tin loss to fiuit growers in Florida egotism and gall a ill never keep the man and leaves in favor 011 one acre of tnbac never should be a doubt in any quarter since w hfe trying to climb in a wagon lacking 111 out of anything Nobodv ever m ulumt tlirtv ftniU ill amount to many millions ot dollars ThU t ilint- as to the redemption in gold of the is in a critiu condition He fell between means so much more than i bonds of the Government which are There is no way of arrimag at a true es- - knew until he made that speech that he pays the wheal ai brake while the team was Cartel you imagine serious and made payable in coin therefore the moving and t tiniate entire orctiarils liaviug been I had in addition to his greet literary aui Some one possibly mav charge me ffesh was torn from the in ti their duties fatal diseases result from utriglit The ttees were naked liirl Oiilitl-i- - accomplishments found with extravagance 111 favor of the weed discrimination in judgment of invest bone just ebovetoe knee other full of ors between our bond ohli jations paybudding- - and were in time to completely master the eomplica-ju-- t 1 think not an sip rtrirline ailments neglected thav given my estimate L Parker Auis with the semi ted science of finance and the Hi mac ve verv low I have been niuniifactui ing able in coin and those specically made the proper condition to Ik- frozen r Dont play with Natures Weekly Pantaeraphas hustling in our payable in gold is verv significant to believe it eve after be said so tobacco in this county for 18 vears I r greatest gut sed by the The amount town Thursday and May in the interible daring ti health It is hardly necessary to raj Boats Senators -- not ail of them He- - am well advised in prices for which I est of his paper of deinor- irreat tire at Versailles ainoiiiitel Ifyouarefetlin publicans either were much disap- - have paid on the regular market as well that whajeur may be our views on the out of sorts weal I There is ioaurauce to the N P Howard shippet ttM inanv hogshead pointed at Secretary Carlisles answer to as in my own county also I have pro subject the sentiments or preferences of and generally ex 000 in rouml iiniuljern ti hausted neivotis niiinbents at the polls aino the Senate resolution asking whether duced the loou pounds to the acre lor those with whom we must negotiate in of tobacco from this poW to Cincinnati have no appetite Co Bankers were the coaaeqaence have t t given J Ainwlen and cant valuta di posing of our bonds for gold are not last week there would la a deficiency in the esi which I paid crop round S7 00 for air -begin at once tak ini the onners of them the beark subject to our dictation I have only to A pugilistic encouner beeen twn mated revenues of the government fr cured leaf 1 make short the ing the most relia statement buiMinga inclnding the haukiag them to ble strengthening add that in my opinion the transaction our young men one which y HjH a the rear ending Dvceaaber i 1895 medicine whih is IhsI natural leaf tobaccos made far the act as pi is the T rovui s Iron Bit Secretary Carlisles answer was plain and ooneutootioa in mv line of goods are herein intimated for the information of Booay and the other who ha receive ters A few botagain mat tles cure benefit I Hi Davidsox ex Havor of Lex- - flatfKited there w ill be a comfortable made from well matured leal grown in the Congress promises better results than the appellation of the dashi yonag itical trimmer comes from the the efforts previously made in the direc man occured last Thursday 1Hl jht an Charles Chilton Moore ei surplus in the Treasury at the end of the Ii u L etstl OiVllltl t ery first dose ii 111 IT l Ol I A Oei point wont stain yenr effectively adding to our fold re- result was that Bonny wears a phum on tiie Blue Crass lilale were lefore year Some of the Republicans are still of more than one million pounds manu- - tion of ttetk and its termed in pleasant to take k Editor Moon was atying that it is the lack of revenue that lectured in mv business claim to have serve through the sale ol bonds and I the bridge of his nose verily the atjon c bj boom turn iliwharced and ex Mayor Davidaoa was is causing the depletion of the Bold in a knowledge ol what 1 have written If believe it will tend as far as any action of Alexander and MeoeUusare rented ted to rep-an in the present circumstances to meet in this case i1 costs for their respective the treasury prohahlv following the rasyou want v suggestion bow to grow to the determination expressed in the law piricipation in the scran of which we cally political axiom a lie well stuck to bacco let me hear from you Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver Win Talbott aged about 72 vea tlosc who have beats opinions repealing silver purchasing clauses of the EOOd as the truth liiention last week Neuralgia Troubles Yours Truly our own we bare the utbroke ins leg last Saturday night i N 14 1890 and the arrangement The Sen lit can act quick enough when Id of July K S MWIT lit uith the icinagogue aimed to raise ins loot and place it on f Constipation Bad Blood Tm entire family of lohn Rock of so disposed made will aid our efforts to insure the An instance of this prompt Malaria Nervous ailments Brosdhead Ky Jan L V 95 his knee for the purpose of untieing his tinaii- sting of himself wife maintenance of the parity in value of the ven when the ratification ol Womens complaints shoe when the Ixme of the leg he was ami lour children were barasd to death the ins of the two metals and the equal Japanese treaty was reconsidered et only the genuine it has crossed red WILL BE NO CONVICTIONS of the Admit diaeppear raising broke above the knee A stownipe passing in their residence Ail others are suh nes on the wrapper tif every dollar at all times in the and the treaty amended in accordance tute lat Thursday in through the rt Mir in an uper rooai in with Secretary GreshanTa II wiH C t Tn Raiitlful UnrU What had the appearance of one of markets and in the payment of debts cl request The opinion or 11 IMK OOPBB - sod forty- the Hoi r Mew and book tree apnoaed to the disaster senate had amended the treaty so as to the most fiendish and dastardly attempts Olio KB ClKVKI NI BRWN CHEMCAL CO BALTIMORE MO font i for the bill An Enquirer Coriespondent recently onizahle Bt wholesale murder and destruction of Executive Mansion Feb 8 lss i ive either nation the right to ahrogate ninety seven pub interviewed Judge Cooper of Mt Sterling property as was ever concocted la t ie it after one years notice The Japanese and his words Twin- - bem to Mr and Mrs Xewell - atamst lieatis mi portray a thrilling situafrenzied brain of s demon in disguise oc- ed the amterice acted as attorney for the of Battle Creek LTMlKSiONiiKNOE Mich though Minister said his country would object tion n were divided curred near here one day last week A present braad in seeming the title to the to that clause hecause it gave this coun Berry ati within ten miinitcs of each other one Io you think that all the lynchers man entered a store and called for a ground mi aVieh the house is erected BKOOKSTOWN sad to ab Will e caught in on one day and the other oa trv an opportunity Berkner reekia he was asked pound of powder the attending clerk He was also ot of the committee who rogate the treaty before it was even put me nay ioiiowiiii one wax liorn 111 one Master Bobby Feiands face has been That is a hard question to answer weighed it and handed it to him and ie solicited funds V subscription to build month the other in the sacDBeding into operation Tiie treaty doss not To gue vou my honest opinion I will say a study for our minds of late placed the package in Lis Docket and the house whichdas recently been torn go into elicit until otarv I do not think they will You we there horn in one year ami TI now bnt mont Ice about six inches thick was bar- - Mlltt imml for a wbilc apparently in awav the other in the next year that is one iie hani and the senators thought the are obstacles in the way of the detectives P H Sullivan ho was on the prorested here during the recent hlizird a state of iiniiains The store was tioo well founded hence the last i V p in Kecemlier St St can that are almost insurmountable Some gram Im a speech Jt who is one of the Mi s Alice Williams has secured a snb- - I crowded the moment was eonjtenial to ther at 12KB a ml January amendment which gives either country 01 the lust men in Alt SterllUg and his schools best friend did not uaioaul t lie eti inn e iiaiiinii ii liili mmJ vi siiotliiii anliwl it It no hjl ol lumsn the right to abrogate the treaty hy one i ion niiii iivo in 11 in the mob 01 had relatives in it either years notice after the tieaty has gone nd th vengeance on liis brow being rather a modest lun he left this Brookatown is glad she was not repre- w hat tin To secure evidence against them is al- nt- - that im of the ai into operation and murlei in Ins heart he pulled In in for his seniors eented in Sheriffs Tax Sale last week - ever The Chuirmau adjoarnaj the audience len the lot of the writer to The subcommittee of the Senate which most impossible his pocket the fearful explosive - nan opened II I Dicfceraon a commercial agent What is the general opinion in Mt - Mr Ruikiii Ci muons of is in charge of the stove door and pitched the package inviting them to inspect he building the Indian appropriation sterling the interin very delicate health was here last about the investigation south Klkhorn Some vears ago his bill has no end of A - at heart on the burning coals rush tor the vhieh is now placed in the osse siou of trouble alioiit approWell the town is divided Friends week larried contrary to hi notion priations poor was made by the crowd and in the the school for sectarian schools a hill The and relatives stick together you know Miss Bella llugnely has been with her and he ast her ort Iast week the un stampede faces were bruised and gr in atholi s claimed tlmt the Uneota In- I n the nati will gue you an example fortunate woman met with a borrible When the brother iu Winchester for the winter death seemed close upon them Mr Teachers will lie notified tbrowfa this stitute at Philadelphia and the Hampton indignation meeting was held a certain ii ieath being run over hy the cars at Institute Elan Cosby who was nearest to the tietxl column when the balance ot the school t the Wim hes- at Hampton Va for both of citizen was very severe and the inhuman father al which specific Misses Abbie Shearer and Flora saw the awful chasm and destruction of fund is ready for payment appropriations were mfcde in DEXOCXCIXO nit IYM IIIM althy refused to pay one dol- bv the hill as it passed V Stafford Hturnely are netting Mrs death yawning and ready to swallow him the House are And said he lar towards Lit funeral expei 1 DeafiirSN Cauiitit lie Iureil hoped and prayed the of Lexington up and made rian schools one Episcopalian and leap clearing the Ixiok lynchers would be brought to justice by local applications as they cannot Miss Annie TYiuell and brother Sam keepers de k on which were three lam is r it is irtually deelarel the the other Congregational and asked that After the meeting that night he reiteratBe impropriations- for some of of Clark county are with the family of and stood behind the desk as a statute reach the diseased portion of the ear that If t h law unconstitutional their ed the Statements to me in private con W i Lowell gazing iion the inevitable consequences There is ouly one way to cure deafness to the lull The sub The case 111 which judgment was ren- srnoo versation T1 Uxl mornini the genof the rush act in the ii Mr Woodson alssftiie and that is by constitutional remedies MlSS Pattie lerrell is to teach at Doyles dered against the law was Lev W H An committee settled the matter b striking tleman found that his brother arm 11 out all scciric appropriations for denom Â¬ s hat Drenaasd ville where she has taught before and hardly knew which way to go as for lilt Deafness is caused by an inflamed conJored of Kvansville ml vs pected of being a member of the mob all seemed to he at an end he bid ii dition of the mucous lining of the Eus will introduce in is known to be competent the L - N railroad in which the court inational schools and leaving the ques- and since that time he has been atrainst When this tube is intion of sendint Indian children toanj of face in a pile of clothing waiting for the tachian Tube the matter the plaintitl damages in the sum ol Mellon Kimbell and Miss Nettie Up Â¬ lately sprung to close in upon flamed you have a rumbling sound or them discretionary with the Secretary of the investigation A remarkable Sop death trap so purat with costs Tin lieen that is bnt it proves the old saving that ton are to be married at the home of the him Stillness reigned but there stood imperfect hearing and when it is entaken SB a higher court The raiiroad the Interior In other words for him to it depends on w hose bride at this place Feb 14 Isafe is gored spend the money appropriated for the the perpetrator of the joke watching the tirely closed deafness is the result aud ine Northw st territory companies have bean suspicious as to What about Roach ami Iorman the Mercury should don his wings to pre- Â¬ saw dust slowly burning awav then all unless the inflammation is taken out and education of the Indians as he may think every towu the constitutionality of the law bom the two men indicted bv the grand jurv pare the wav for St Valentines supreme liest Ot their breath better and thanked their this tube restored to its normal condition hool pur llrst and have seldom or never so far en They will both be tried Hut Koiman swav Thursday hearing will be destroyed forever nine Our young people need maker that it was no worse pones More Hawaii an have Itseematobe a veri- has tiled the provisions of the law as an affidavit against see and will arousing out ol ten are caused bv catarrh been as original Jay Ei thirteen to put a recalcitrant off the table old man of the sea saddled upon tiy to swear me off the bench Years which is nothing but an inflamed condi-- nturky As a mark of appreciation of Mi s the back of Got it is certainly train lgO I tried him for murder and sentenced Alice tion of the mucous surfaces Virginia and M Arnolds worth our natrons have becoming Mjrtiou this tiresome This time the EDUCATIONAL him to the pen tor 14 years He ant secured for bar a school which I We will give One Hundred Dollars for knar in his euloitv Sf amridmrnl In llm land for pubtk school purposes The sill urn any case of deafness caused by cataarh W I8U5 ar appropriation hill authorizing the a new trial by sptwalllli to the Court of about March e had large The last of the District Associations h comes we know That President to enter into a contract for the Appeals which reversed the sentence es and Judge lieeknets Our girls say there is a new facination was held in the City School building on that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh there will le a judgment we believe laying of a cable to Honolulu was the Betore behsj triel the seoand time he in snow aside from sleighing that w Cure Send for circulars free men- hen Saturday February 0th On account of swore nm off the beneb and Judge Ha F J Chenev Co which the Hawamaniacs section What our state M between these momen- - text upon linked up and kept til summer is is a the extremely cold weather only a few Kideriu tried him and begot 10 vears Toledo O rtili uul them Tons events even revelation does not preacheil but they by no means cotined powerful toilet water for bleaching the of the teachers from the country were Your private opinion is that the mob Sold by diuggists 7k got two make theinsee to the text The whole field face present All who were on duty witli the Whether there he a Hades or a Sheol to lie gone oyer including 1 ils abdica will not be convicted is it not sentlickv exception of two were present and the The Sunday School is doing better LITER A KY NOTE Thats about it All the influences Purgatorv or whether tiie soul in tion to save her head a million and work than it has since early last year programme proved quite interesting of wealth and relationship will be uuihers until the resurection President Cleveland promptly nomina Mrs Brown a leading literary light of brought into use and rich influence you Mi s Hattie Huguely an able worker General Lord Wolseley makes a mot trump shall call all the dead sitnultan- - ted o i Srlcti Id to be Lieut Mr Beetaaraseaaotcocaucl his hill t ieneral know is therein has been sick for several weeks the M F I faculty read a delightful important contributon to the literature poweriul It would be the same frj111 Ileir I is something on the same day that he signed the bill ion hut will introduce it Waias and instructive paer on the poet Shelly of the China wav in another place Japan war In an article Soberly sauucial but will soon be out again t find out in this life and ng that trade to the army Genury lj It is worthy of mention that within Profs K Lee Davis W S Griffith ami for the February Cosmopolitan ly can be blamed if none of the mob are he dis 11 is eoiiitahle hut that l Were it not tor this darkness beyond t eral Neholieid w ho is deservedly noim- Cobb did justice to the subjects asi our recent silence Mr and Mrs Cyrus the situation aud does not mince thirty Mao eresled and he be me iiiiio now many more would cease lar is U nig overw helmel with congratu- - convh ted for its common history that Mrs W IL Miller read mob- - go free It is not a nice thing to Baxter cheerfully entertained our young signed them matters iu saving w hat China must do in r the ills they have and fiy either lations lieves it will pass The Ideal Home a paper prepared for this emergency Two people during a bleak night The re- acknowledge but s true to the rest r to the anniliUtion which other noted for One of the bills pending in Congress Tiu iranl Jury at Harrodsburg Mer WOllld be lllefi- i mIL- I r Iia cf rnrivl What about the mob in Morgan freshnients were especially suited to and read bv her at the Worlds Colum- eigu authors contribute interesting artii tiftmai is aiuiosi certain to ioecome a law is bian Exposition unty has returned an indictment Mow As it is curiwspouchiut cles to this number Rosita Mauri the that providing for the retiiement on ac- - County that is reorted to be ready to 7 A most bountiful and delightful lunch aaainst ex heritf lohn I Vasans avenge Blair s death if the law does famous Parisian dansetise gives the his-Â¬ TTT rjneI and moil Lathed worldly life count of bad health of Justice Jackson was served in a most pleasing manner to tory of lie penury and imprisonment not rrank L Hamad fi the k the ballet and Euiile Ollivier of the 1 S Supreme Court PANOLA It is not all present This the first day spent in cadifre and the court has set to morrow the In my opinion there is nothing in it tells the story of the fall of Louis believed by those who know his present To Richard White had to burn his bed- the Caldwell High School building will IMihno hat me tear of death 14th instant as the dac to go into trial ia jti v condition that he will ever be able to re-- Naturally the friends of Blair Irv Krrli tin r t iuf tlic UIIU stead to keep from freezing long be remembered as a most eniovabe 1ST The oimoiiwealtli will be i ram sxoax mm ins acaosa iruwm at il tihiitnrnarlia Lnva K snuie his duties again ilths Attorney J Samuel I am not of those If r shaker nan Not since the war has there lieen so But then they are not going to do any- - Huston Kindred and Mary Barnes obtained of the instruments used to tor- wire married on the 7th instant at the unty Attorney C A Hardin leliee that iwer has been given to any thing rash Morgan County i6 not inture poor humanity and appear as - in the personnel of main the habited by bad home of the brides father Kilhs Barn os At 10 oclock Monday morning Febru- - illustrations for a clever article bv Kronston Islington ex- - one here IkIow to have communication ii nisi during a people She is all right Julian ngress as have Tndge C A Hardin and T at Wiliard Barker and Provie Bi knell arv 1ni tle eitizens of the town beptn Hawthorne entitled arl- - with the departed but the wisest and Is politics cutting any figure in the Salvation via th taken place in the present one Thirty of i ii well niughtful o to aes anui tinner i The Helens will have Cols W i were married on the -- 0th of January at tJ gather in the Caldwell High School Hack Ana1 trouble at Mt Stirling Mrs Reeinald de Koven i lioni a tiiiiiiisoii r r- n Yes to a certain exteut i the residence of the brides father Jco building for the purpose of witnessing tole France W Clark Russell Albion i nave oelieveo of it eleven of them having died sixumitiii uit -- i tension iuiri the dedicatory exercises The school W Tourgee and William Dean Howells Gartner lien I e Hardin W A Morrow what the devout Milton has bo impres- teen resigned Concluding the Judge said that the Bicknell i ud three having lieen unJ T Wilson ex Judge J W Hughes sively expri grand Jul y would adjourn on Wednesday Nc4 withstanding the thermometer hud assembled at30aad teachers and are among the story tellers for the Feb- How seated aliout that office holders and James I Vanarsdale brother of the Millions of sptntuil creaturei walk the and then likely lie discharged registered within a fraction of eighteen pupils repaired to their respective rooms ruary number of The Cosmopolitan earth few tiie and none resign chestnut The Richmond Silver Band honored accused man tnsecn loth when wc wake and hcu we sleep degrees below zero on Friday morning But in this case every resignation was to PRESIDENTS MESSAGE last Prof Adams aud class made the the occasion with its presence and dis-Â¬ What an influence such a conviction take another office lata Harris House at Crab Orchard trip to B beetown and sang like larks coursed sweet music throughout the exearn of the best known country hotels in must have on our thoughUj and actions 0000 bonus imiasu Usui or Prof Johnson anil class were also on ercises The Board of Trustees sim Remaining unclaimed in the WHO CAN EXPLAIN IT hag allured me the Nate and the property of Mrs M J Many time when vice Pot OfTice iOIH AM SILVER hand but the judges were absent and speakers of the uiorninv occupied the at Richmond Ky for the week ending Harris burned on the night of the 7th or pastiion has stirred the sea of my soul A KRV CLEVER THICK PERFORMED IS The President sent the following mes no decision could be rendered Under rostrum Dr White President of Board February 13 1895 The fire originated in the room of I have imagined that I saw standing bein SE1MA o Congress the circumstances lrof Adams expresses acting as Chairman of the occasion The Armstrong Jas M yond vice or rising above the storm of Magellan Mat tie Prof Smith of Xenia O who was en- John Higgs is nothing if not original Since my recent communication to himself as well satisfied with the days exercises were opened with prayer by Rerun Timothy rirt Rulf P A tiie form of that dear beinu who gaged in teaching at the college i rman Irof I15 Pennmcton Rev W F Smith Thea caase the in- Chenaiiit Robt He is up to al sorts of tricks Cmsgrma calling it- - attention to the work with the exception that two or ornne alui1 a ue struggles of an impoverished ilarminir the inmate ex- A Times man was at the Hotel Albert teresting historical speech of Hon CurKTima financial condition and suggesting legis three of his class were severely HiRll - Henry itiailure brought or with- - widow lnd cherished no hope iu lift tis F Buriiam lay when the aliove trentleman He with others lirst at- Kiraartj fru M lation which would benefit oar financial as that her sou niijrht enjoy advan Irom the excitement Mrs tended school on this spot and were asked a man to take a seat in a chair condition and credit the Post Office hours iom 6 a in o 6 p depression exThe pumps froze up so badly that work H arris and laughter Hettie were lioth 8 se did not have that he m ght be e secure the comforts she could not Mr Kiggs and three other men took isting in commer ial circles has continu Â¬ on the petroleum well had to be aban prepared for Vale College w lure t icy m Money order an J nrawialaMins invalids Miss Hettie was found in a entered the sophomore class This Stas hours prompt 7 am to theii stand one at each knee and one at ed Asa precaution therefore against alli tlilt Klt so live as to the doned for the time being Two strings a 530 p m helpless condition outside the bouse in imulder of the man 1iost appropriate speech aud one that He made the failure of timely legislative aid through be ot service to his fellow men whose is are yet in the liottom of the well now and was carried to a neighbors as and misfortunes so touched her man sit up straight Kach man then put congressional inaction cautious prepara Pr James la more confident of finding should be preserved in the recoids of the home and tenderly cared for About all Awarded school sympathetic heart aud immediately there bis hands together closing all his lingers tions have been pending to employ to petroleum in the aud than ever before Highest Honors Worlds Fair he furniture was saved That of V P Smith was also historical cams the strength and the calm which but the two index fingers holding these Ural advantage in default of Lev Boners of the Missionary Baplit out sat husband of the un no other influence could have brought better means such executive authority tist church preached at our school hou te Among other incidents he relate that Each man and also the man who was his mother is the only living person who iate daughter of the heartless father y without additional legislation be Sundav Prof Adams ami some of his sittina in the chair were told to inflate exercised for the purpose of re attended the tirst school held at his muKHJS mentioned in an OF MOB LAW euforcing class were on baud and rendered place their lungs to their utmost three times anil maintaining in our treasury This was a classical sch Vol paragraph has been arrested for the delightful music Lev UB ade lingers will known as Madison Male Seminary ind murder of his w ife and placing her body a jury at Pineville gave a and then exhaost them again and shut quate safe gold reserve preach again on the First Sunday in many were educated here who have wbere the cars could run oer and negro chirkeu thief two years in the the mouth after getting all the air out In the judgment of those especially March angle it The theory ia that be mur- Â¬ since beeome famous men Dr Bias ton Thursday a jury at tiie last time They then picked the charged with this responsibility the ii Baker and Willy Benton settled was then called from the audience and dered her about ten minutes before tiie years man up on their extended index t business Situation is critical and the leg the ground hog dispute last Sunday one in a pleasant manner congratulated with the utmost ease each of the two islative train came along and tiieu threw her the Fruiuan situation is so unpromising with body across the track aiders putting their two the admission thus far on the part of weekfsgo They tracked him from his den city on the possession of sue a hi nd srj m Mb Sterling sent a chicken a short distance therefrom saw where timters under his arms and tlic other i turned a mur- some building and stated that there was thief up for two ess to beneficially enlarge the he sat and viewed his siiadow and then was broken last week on the der the a e legs They powers of the Secretary of the Treasury retraced his steps to remain forty days no rivalry between the College and the Cniversitv campus prepara Â¬ him up in the air as if he had City School On the contrary he nays i tlif iin immediate They are enterprising bag tion of the new Colli SDOFTHK WORLD l feather but the instant a man the school will prove quite an advai at hand has been under a to the meut the past few yean It is to A pamphlet has just been published MOST PERFECT MADE ludceChas Breck who next addies- have this day been uiih narBand be a model of cocven- M A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baxter -Powder Farme many lambs ibindanti Free agree- nu Alum or any other adulterant w b consideiabls wr lour me i Dr Prices Cream Baking PowJer THE CLIMAX The Printing John T Stett xs ex Minirter to Ha- Â¬ iERGURIflL P0S0N FRESH r im i rm - -- fl50 RHEUMATISM iajBgfflBt MEATS OLD 1urk l ld 1AT JWDUNCANS -- STANDI -- V will always keep for ale tlic Choice t Mcits ami Pool- Veal Sausage j Â¬ Â¬ trv at the proper raon iikI Lard Chickens etc itcli us Beef Laint We will sell at price Geese low as Â¬ Â¬ vt Â¬ --Save your We also continue to hatnllc Farm Produce VOlll of all kinds the lowest So hriiu Turkeys Chicken-- - Iuck will find Â¬ i drug ti at J tore Main tivet W Duncan- - old stand Y Eggs and Vesjetabres first door west of Hagan -- Â¬ r- - I jt 1 11 evwww n In M Â¬ Poor Health Browns PRICES IN Clothing 50c on the Boots 50c on the S CTJT J W MAY CO - Â¬ f - Â¬ I Â¬ 11 Â¬ i lron Â¬ Â¬ I J I Bitters at the Cincinnati Cheap Store at at A Felds First Street Felds First Street S 1 111 It Cures Shoes 50c on the Hats 50c on the S S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A Caps 50c on the S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store Furnishing Goods 50c on the Gloves 50c on the S at A Felds First Street Felds First Street i 11 at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A yVVV Overcoats go at your own price at -- Trunks at your own price at Cincinnati Cheap Store COME AND SEE ME I Â¬ i j - 11 blu WILL SAVE YOU MONEY believe what I say Â¬ Â¬ II you do not ask some of your own Â¬ 1 friends who have bought goods from me and they will tell you the same Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CINC 1 rue Ui HP STORE Â¬ Â¬ FIRST STREET 11 Â¬ 1 IS THE PLAGE FOR BARGAINS A j iliilii 1 1 i FELD Proprietor rLTUTtj Lnr QriiJuAJxnjvnjTjAJvnjiAnjxixrinjuiT 5 If you need harrows plows 5 Â¬ Â¬ hoes axes collars harness chains or farming implements of any kind call on XUJXnJUUlJAXtJXrUTJTJD If you need hardware cutlery nails bar iron blacksmith or earjienters tools spokes felloes 5 hubs Ac See ovi i I j J i Â¬ jvruuimruxrvnmijinjiruu Is ii - Â¬ The Vulcan QvrinjTJinnrJiiTnjijinjirjTjmn I Â¬ 1 1 j Chilled Plow FARLEY BROS 5 THE OLDEST Firm in 3 -- 5 Hardvaw and Grocer P Sichnoal miuuuiJTTLrirtjTnjTrLrxjTj Decidedly The o Â¬ joruxariJinjTj LaiTn A full injTrinjvnjp OjTJiiTJTruTrmnjiruuinriJ 5 Salt lime cement seed oats seed potatoes and grass seeds of every kind can he bought at - lniadt v rrifa x iuj Lni j jiiiv r- -- j stock of fresh groceries Also a choice line of queens uil nii rclniuviiuimi s j ware At j j Â¬ crjuuTjTJni-uvnjrij-irin- Â¬ 3S37 VjTJTJirijixruTrtjTrvnjTrinj uxnj Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS rtUS GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE EVER KEFORE KNOWN TO THE PEOPfE OF MAD ISDN AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES Now is the time to buy Our low prices will enable you to put good away for future use Â¬ Â¬ frost-bitte- n Â¬ Â¬ IP Mens Suits worlh Mens Suit 7 lor Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Mm CREAM Da fflJal pI lip lpi BAKING raja liarS Pi ap i POWDER YEARS THE STANTM jjr3 at 3 csas a yard ndershirts at 20 cents each tooo Ladies Handkerchiefs for 2 cents worth to All our Ladir Cloaks at vour own price Come and Ket the bnrein Dont buy elsewhere until vou have seen our prices Evciytlim must go to make room for my Spring Go dollar bed room set uiven awav next month A lot oi pic u e at received Men L - fry for j 50 worth 12 far 5 Boys Suits worth for 2 Buu Kn worth ft 75 for 74 cents Men OvercoaU worth 12 50 lor j to Bos Overcoats worth 150 for Ji2 Mens Shoes worth n for 75 cents 250 Mens Cap- - 10 ctnts worth 4 cents Children Shoes tor 25 cents worth o cents Mens Boots lor 25 cents worth 250 Soo Wool Overhirts worth 50 for oc 500 Uadies Vests with sleeves worth 35 cents for 15 cents 200 Ladies and Misses Cloaks for c cents Canton Flannel at 4 cents a vard Btown Cotton ai 3 cents a ard Calico at 3 ci nts a vard 5000 ids serge Drew Goods 5 c worth 15 MerSuit worth 1 1 -- NEW YORK STORE jfjMgpIffSJll Awsnkd Ocld Kaiti Midwinter Fair Sas FnmdK 40 Ifgigiyli l2Ji THE CLIMAX R n t be r Major will lecture at er Bible invitet Ir ed tw Poynter sermon at the MHhodist efaareh ning and evening to ap- Hilieijces -- Lumber Co i tje oor the new which mill properly formerly 1 I - Ur v iihti to John Wrrai - DwirOa pre n the Ian eharch oh Feb i7tli moriim- - and evening f unary nil - H that on ltd nnm to Fri- - H Mr M Silver wh was recently injured while a tree iiiorliticMtion havinjr set e iBJemd The ampu- i - swecessl anj MBS well - MnW - tut say Cliarlev Kat ft Sterling the lyriiiBKl - inlictments have been loved MbH through the hoar that f nnieriOi Bear Blair at Mt saickle Una eftwiiun ir y It tie k t thern reach next Sunday morn t the First T the lords red at the inorn- lie asaal pcatycr eerrire -- lit - I aboM Too barrels aat H eek an pieted the t at Red House lot i and - t - aVata raised wheat heoa of oats and ordi- He has lKnight a and paid all his del- made money aaa I een a hard year ha McKenn the cold m a ayed smash with hi- am hiiaae tilled with I beer U er etc lough ad exploded among the lot n an to know what kind of He answered dollar or two around and w them ap it the fireman us Iteini t reminds - Ur that aa unlay morning at the tais four newest I size He e young ladies re and was n eirpturel never noticed igs of Jack Frost on his apendages while enroute B it stings makes all creation shiver it lucreases your w h s and the river The frost nips all small this dismal dreary it bursts the tan punter Ho let ii mean the coal it takes the kind and titer so up your mind to settle with the curred at the of Mrs Arnold on Brack avenue at oclock a m Sattirdav our of ig and the fire and water eoaa- did much damage The night was extremely cold and the firemen did not respond promptly many not hearing the alarm several of those who did turn out were severely frost bitten The tire is sed to have originated in Hk rered bv insurance A 1 A coal oped from a wood tire onto of the ealorad porter tharles Kmbry of the tjbepherd House cold nights in Irvine during oi last week an before the bay awoke he - a coat He put out the tire himself and did not arouse the inmates ot the the house A correspondent sent word to the city paper to the effect that at fire was narrowly averte Lake writer I I The infant child of Mr and Mrs Brewer of Harnvlsburg wa6 death last Sunday afternoon lothing first caught ami to her the tire was com- to the clothing and pallet on the little child was playing It burned liefore diseoveiy was Mrs Brewer itioti iinjired She was a Miss McAfee mubia Mo i The Register brethren appear sur- to think that the Climax arket for country produce beef Well facte aie facts We hertised to buy all sich truck mt in answer to our request anil - if merchantable and will pay 1st same only nam it must l taken to our good friends W Hay A Oa- - on Main street who will to the business Come in and rear produce and get your money g home snlmrnbe for the v Bring n your job work Horse and jack bills neatly executed 1 The question is often asked since Whether weather lias set in skating would be allowed on the The answer oiror Lake Beba is emphatically la do i no ant their water supply fouled by nice young gentleman ot lady soak its limpid depths until Spring is not a ierson in town who would use the water should a person U drowned there This is from one of the ers in the Water and Light any and while not official is next D ail ask tar s tea privilege 1 The Hotel Woodford of een purchased bv Mine Boat II C formerly of the leiibauirh Kentucky as SI Ni holasville Ho- Leader m ur- rd at Versailles lately by HCRolenlaii-iiifNichoiasi - o- - lergoing a thorough iniu cellar to garret and when letad will be the finest boat Mr of its sue in as hotel man Aeraailles friends are leg nl ord We cordially endorse the r closed a protracted uteetinx ot tlin last Mon- ua was a ii i one there beiuc al large add i T the trati Leslie and afterward es in for Revolutionary services Sr Berknrr sot a Candidate CHINESE VIEW OF MATRIMONY PREHISTORIC MONSTER tablished the High Oaks Sanitarium at the Courier Journal Lexington Harris He retired from active pracBenjamin James and My attention has just been called to BE tice three years ago aud located at John Harris were all officers iu Virginia the fret that I was classed a few days ago PIxOVEBED IK KANSAS AM I suppose youll go back to China CLASSIFIED some day said Hobart one afternoon J regiment- s- Heitman Gleuview He was a cousin of Prof by a correspondent of the Courier-Journa- l W Chenault ot this city when Quong Lee sat on the upturned Harris Richard living in Madison The remains as an applicant for the Judgeship in will be taken to his old home in Rich county ia 1840 aged 78 and drawing a rase the bill now pending in Congress I Independence Kan Feb R A skull box in the laboratory watching the vari mond where the funerai will take place penemu for Revolutionary services providing for another United and several ones oi a prehistoric mou ous processes of an assay Collins Sunday You bet was the laconic reply Court District in Kentucky should pass ster are being exhibited in this nt v It Hawkins John ensign and Adjutant This h a mistake Under the Constitu- - at claimed What will you do there Dr Chenault was sixty years of age cook unable Quong Iee shook his head Buy aud had been a lifelong member of the 3rd Virginia Dec 28 177l Lieutenant tion could not be appointed to any to classify it although many have ex 11 1777 aud served to 1780 Sept hv house an fltrm plena buy wite lle Times Baptist place created by a Congress of which I amined the bones No geology Heitman vilized people dont buy wivwi am a member I am not and will not professor of geology iu the high school The remains of Dr Chenault arrived uVieu Hunter John Sr living in Madison here said that he had ever seen gave Me 00 savvy slivilized but sposee Wm M Bkckner e a cindidate here Saturday at noon accompanied by Mild a Lxtuu T county in IS40 aged 78 and drawing a It Meiican man not buy wife holly ever an account of any such creature Washington D D Feb 0 loving friends and relatives The fu Collived in the water for two tin bones are ad-Im afraid w ueral services were held in the Baptist pnsion for Revolutionary services LIST OK PATENTS among the collection Thev are about Hobart laughing church of which denomination he wasa lins 15 feet long Irvine William Colonel 6th PennsylToiight so Piaps you hkee buy member and were conducted by Rev Jan 177i Briga Granted toSonthern Inventors this week The skull is 8 feet fan diameter the Ml Bliekley someday ABSOLUTELY PURE who was pastor of the church at vania Bittallion Martin 13 177i and served to Rejxired bv C A Snow A Co Solicitors eye sockets are 4 feet a r the maatut aay such thiuaa as that Gleuview where the Doctor worshiped dier Genera May THE OLD RELIABLE of war of American and Foreign Patents Opp vertebra is 80 lent lung and Heitman Berkeley would bei she Doctor Chenault died in full confidence close 20 feet in length Kennedy Joseph living in Madison I S Patent Office Washington D C heard you of a future life beyond the confines of aged 8i and drawing a A S Adler Baltimore Md The skull Weighs nearly 1000 nounda Measur Â¬ innocently the tomb He when a youth made up countv in is40 Col- Â¬ ing strap F D fasiiett Mannington and a long thin bone about 12 feet long very angly you lackou his mind as to the existence of a Su pensioii for Revolutionary services W Vs W Box mover H probably the n isal lsme protrudes from avvy iiHelton preme Being and early sought the true lins awry Kindred William living in Madison Mount Airy N Sash balance alarm tiw cranium which ajvea some idea of evlybody And then in deferen way and has traveled therein with an Has stood th Test tA Tits 80 and drawinga L Boer New Orleans Law Cane juice the size of the creatures head In strik- scruples which he did not unclouded hope Bit remains were laid county in 1840 aged MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER Colfilter K I iirannaii Richmond Va ing contrast with the size of the skull is understand he changed the subject BRANDS COM9INC0 to rest in the Richmond cemetery where pension for Revolutionary services PERSONAL Circle cycle A Brill Columbia s lins the small brain cavity which is no larger Francis Lynda in February Lippin may be heard the songs of the breeze Lane sham living in Madison county Car door R L Brooks Memphis Tenn than a mans net The bones were dis vsehpim bulls through the pines and where the birds drawinga pension Attachment for animal traps A Cor covered near Eagle Chief ranch in the Miss Monv Prather is visiting in Lex of the air find I safe haven and raise in 1840 aged 86 and bett Hagerstown Md Chill P Geiscr Strip Danville Advocate for Revolutionary services Collins ington Â¬ their voices in praise to the Cod he reCa en and Mae Lucy White J Lund John Sr living in Madison Louisville Kv Smoke consumer J II He was a brother to A T vered r on the 12th dav ol February 1895 8t the Parrieh was in Corhia the first of Churn power Louisville countv in 1S40 aged 88 and drawing Goodwin Lowell Ark Tobacco Market Chenault of this city Mrs Kmina inis the week on iegtil business lie of the brides father a pension for Revolutionary services H Hijler Paris Ky Dinner pail J and oi W White Jr W B Bean of Winchester was a enberry of Winchester A Durretl LswlBVtUn Tobacco J Hilton Murraysville W Va Com- Â¬ Bytiltvrr Collins Waller Chenault of Morgans command On the morning of the lltli instant Ware House Monday visitor in Richmond HEALS CURES broop bracket and coat also spelled Mc bined whisk MeCieary John r- Twho was killed at the battle of Green s Hasaa was Married to Miss Colic Cuts Prof Iorter of Hamilton College Lexon our market lor Ihc Creery FnsigiHith Maryland Feb 20 hook J Hon Napoleon Ky book Sies Cramps Burns River liika Porter of Lexington who for ington was in Richmond Man day resigned Aug 7 1777 Heitman index D R Joslyn Gurdon Ark car closed amount to 3 70 hh U m 1777 OiarrHceu Bruises Bsoatl making her home w itlt tor the sime perio Its un Flux Scratches V A Kemper Magee Ralph Sr living in Madison coupling Marksbury our market Indue T J Scott and wife left on Fri- - Samrlliins for Sous of the Revolution to lamiarv mint Mrs Win Shearer oa the Bites of Cholera Tay last for Hank Jessamine countv county in 1840 aged 80 and drawing a Ky vehicle brake F L 25 73 hhd iutomatic Sale 6t the ci Morbus Animals ana Special correspondence of ihc I limax Summit The eereoaony was perforated Ledford Gainesville ia fruit evapora on otr mated to thia date amount to pension for Revolutionary services R K L Bijgerstaff of Richmond was Bugs Etc Nausea at 5H0 in the morning and the happy Washington D C Feb s MM At Changes of tor A A McHugh Wheeling W Va 32134 hints Receipt and sales have Collins Mt sterling advocate Tastes Good couple aftt r a wedding breakfast at in town Monday been agon extremely large th week an there is genera movement among the Water Etc Martin John enlisted Sept 16 1770 Farriers shoeing stand H P Meetze prices lor new burle remained about the Smells Good Miss Mary Harris of RoanokeVirginia which only a few relatives were present people of the country to search out the to serve three years in Capt Win lay Pendleton 8 C transplanter KJ same as were current last week BREAKS UP A COLO is a guest of the family of Dr J T It N I a H H for Louisville took the evidence of their ancestors services iu Company of the 2d Virginia regi- OBrien Little Rock A tk apparatus for Sold EKrwHEnc25 mho 50c Pen Bottu Ho Relief Ho Phi rrpre The following quotations fair A kers tht Revolutionary war as a aect j 50c size contains two and one half times as much as jc bottte ent out market lor burley tob mentseparating fluids from solids Records E aVaskettaM til aVaarul Miss Alice Arnold has returned from preliminary to joining the patriotic so ctop HERB MEDICINE CO PRJNQFIELD O d Mason Thomas living iu Madison Paynter and W H Thompson Rich 9 1895 a Uit to her sister Mrs A B Elkins at ciety known as the Sous ot the Ameri2 75 Trah Dk or damaged 50 to UfcUvevVuUveuevevUvnvUucuteuUvU- Uyeuevavevejr countv in 1840 aged 84 and drawinga mond Ya electric fire alarm add Common cotary trash ouisville At a meeting of the physiciaus of the can Revolution 1 have taken the trouble pension for Revolutionary services Colbox C A Pleilfer Baltimore Medina to good culory trash 3 00 j 75 le 5 50 city of Richmond called at the otlice of to make Out for you the accompanying lins Col Randolph Harris one of Lancas Md fad board and swing desk frame lot Common Ins sol coluy o to 2 00 J Ir L J Fraaee to take some action recietv roam men came over yes list containing the names of about sixty Morris 5 Thomas living in Madison pianos W A Roberts Brownsville Comains coliry luLu to s no lating to the death of lr R C Cheuault terday to see his girl Medin to 5 jo soldiers of the Revolutionary war who county in 1S40 aged 80 and drawing a Tenn combined dough board and 6 00 to 10 00 M Common to Mel Leal y Dr L J Praaea was called to the chair J V9 1 W R Schleicher LouisvilleKy apt Sam Stone of Madison countv either settled iu Madison county or now pe anion for Revolutionary services Col- cover Medium to Good Leaf 10 00 to 14 00 ami appointed a committee aa raasra will be a Republican candidate for Au- have descendants living there Mo t of lins machine for manufacturing boxes J F Good to Hine Leaf 00 to 16 00 14 them settled in the county It is safe to Die T J Taylor M ditor of Kentucky iforloara 16 00 to 20 00 Midline Matthew his daughter mar Bulkier Troy Tenn vehicle brake J Select WrapierLouisville Times of the early ried Win Chenault also on this list acsay that eight out of ten Heath anl J M Ioyntz w ho report Smith Aurelian Springs N C propellMr J R Maris jr getting along very adult male settlers of the county were cording to a muster made Sept loll o ing met iianism for boats J W Stults 1778 well though two sick to sit up for more It is with profound regret that we Revolutionary soldiers I hope the poe was a Sergeant with one year to serve in Springdalc Ark turbine water wheel We are the sole agents for than a few minutes at a time Danville learn of the death of Dr R ple of the county will become interested Capt Win Croghanl Company of the T II Tabor Eliijay Ga corn shelter Cheuault ii K tht Advocate ul forth r- iu this matter and March out the proof 8th Virginia regiment Records which occurred on yesterday Pen S ile L M Will Mt Jackson Va wire fence Bridgefords Economist Cast the w h tpa Robert Wallace of Versailles of their Revolutionary descent now also served in 7 s in the French and In- T J Williams Winchester Va table laee in the city of Louisville Kentucky Works anywhere i a NI B Managei of was and Steel Ranges Every range any kind of vessel Ir Cheuault had endeared himself to in town Monday Rlooking Mafter Rhis RBeatty while in most cases it can be obtained dian war Hennings Statutes VII 203 R Wind Talbotton Ga snot case and UK Information of this character can be the people of this city and county in tor Oglcaby Jesse living in Madison measure tirriTT Sanees is guaranteed to give perfect most readily secured by addressing Col county in 1M0 aged 70 and drawinga mer years when he honorably and faith- ville coal inter- C Mr and Mrs John R Pates and pretty Ainwsorth War Department pension fully practiced his profession for a num THE FEBRlARY COLD SPELL for Revolutionary services We have over satisfaction little daughter Cecil of Richmond are I C who has all the Revolutionary rolls of years ber He mule an efficient and Collins I HvJ l isiting the family of Mr J W Pates now iu poBBBBuon id the Government in Snow fell continuously for four hours esse uW tory Superintendent of the Eaa Oldham Conway was 2d Lieutenant 50 of these ranges in Rich his charge also address the CommisBine Gram Clipper tem lunatic A vlum at Lexington Ken 12th Virginia Dee 1776 made Captain at luarpa Florida one day last week 112 tm- sioner of Pensions Washington D C in 1780 and killed at the battle of Eutaw something new of record down there tucky to which position he was appoint Miss Minnie Tipton of Speedwell re mond We also keep a full haue anm Lady Fiaau Brings tlie who has iu his charge the papers of all Springs Sept s 1781 mercury at heats the oldest Cracker soeed- - turnefl Friday from Winchester en ny Got Ireston B where Heitman thau ran line of Stoves Hardware Tin- - j iji IT Other W mself by an appointment from tor several weeks ana has been visiting persona who applied for pensions on acOldham George was 1st lieutenant in 28 above zero -- 1 of of Revolutionary services At Jacksonville Florida on the 8th count These the 8th Virginia regiment from July 22 Guv lames B McCreurv sseri friends and relatives requiring but VIZ- ware c Give ns a call ana the uuai nmo etisiou papers invariably give valuable 1770 to July 2 178- 0- Heitman inst the mercury fell to 14 above zero We knew him pleaasntly and favorably Mr George Anderson of Nicholasville Kev West and Palm Beach to 3Sl and lament his death Therefore we came over Monday to aaast the Silver and interesting information And I do Madison Oliver Richard living in of Madison At Terre Haute fun 19 below at offer the following lesolutious county in 1840 aged 87 and drawinga Band which furnished music at the hope that those people county who now have proof of their pension for Revolutionary services Pane 111 26 below That by the Heath of Dr dedication of Caldwell High School Revolutionary descent or may hereafter -- Collins Memphis 2 1 5 below at Hairxlsburg 20 R Cheuault the medical profc Miss Annette Vaniueter who has been obtain it will write at once to Mr George below of which he was an honored memler Overton John 1st Lieutenant 14th living in Richmond Kv for some time A family of several persons residing mined co laborer A man will now make her home with her sister T Wood Secretary of the Kentucky Virginia regiment March 1777 Captain Society Sone of the American RevolunRFB above the medium in honesty profes Mrs Emma Hamilton of Kirklevington et4 1777 and served to Jan 17s near Jul iata Neb are reported to have tion Louisville Ky and he will take -- Heitman frozen to death The father perished sional courtesy and genuine friendship Pllaa Transcript f That we attend his funeral in a Miss Jennet Mason of Silver Creek pleasure in directing them how to gain Overton Thomas 2d Lieutenant 9th while exposed to the blizzard and the admission to the Society ladies are ad Virgiaa lsly thereby expressing our sympathy has August 1770 1st family from want of foot and fuel 14th BE5T FOR SHIRTS returned from an extended visit to nntte1 and have been found our most Lieutenant March 9 1778 Captain 4th r with his family our ti his The Madera Invalid family of Mr T J Noole of Bloom active and useful members There are OCTfZn A GAMBLE eO CINTL uicmor and doing our duty to the re the Continental Dragoons April 24 1781 and Has tastes medicinally in keeping with itigton DUnoia Mrs Noble ami daughttwo Revolutionary Societies the Sous served to close of war Heitman mains of a professional brother other luxuries A remedy must be pleas- Â¬ of the Revolution NEW ADVERTISEMENTS and the Sons of the 3 That this preamble and resolutions er accoinpanving her Perkins Anthony living in Madison antly acceptable in form purely whole Miss Lena Tipton while seated in a American Revolution and the latter is countv iu 1840 aged 7o and drawing 1h- - jiubltshed in the Cum sleigh behind a run away horse Sunday the proper one for the people of Ken a pension for Revolutionary services some in composition tiuly beneficial iu T J Taviok i eireet and entirely free from every ob- Â¬ was kicked by the vicious brute and suf rocky to join join no Revolutionary If C Ilr i in Com Collins jectionable finality If really ill be con- Â¬ J M Potxtx J word Ameri lers from a fractured knee cap Con Society which has not the Peyton Yelverton living in Madison sults a physician if constipated be uses can in its name from Mt Sterling Advocate agil Stl and drawing the gentle lamilv laxative Syrup of Figs county in The llrdtratios of the ahlwtdl Hish in each have In the subjoined list Mrs T J Noble and laughter Mrs sion for Revolutionary services School Iuililinz Fires lilce death arl taxes have Bright from Bloomiugton Illi instance given my authority for the Collins At the hour of 10 oclock a nj on statement that the person named saw Pullen Ltltiis liviuf in Madison been in the world since its creation Monday morning Feb llth The dedi nois are isiting the family of Iaul Revolutionary service Records means county iu ISfO aged 90 and drawing Pew ell 3Turley will also visit catory services of the new building wen Noble on Fifth street and that I myself personally transcribed the a pension Thompson Keene and family Uevolutiouarv services ojK neil in the handsome chapel room Our County Directory on the tlrst facta from the original manuscript records Collins F C Bentiey and Miss Mattie ilbert of There were in attendance manv nf the page and the Lodge Directory on the Collins the Revolution in this city Juisenberry James in 1778 was serv of Winchester visited Mrs Ale Gum our lit fourth page are of public interest and relets to Collins History of Kentucky ing in Capt Charles 1orterfields Compa spacious loom formed by raising Jr of Cleveland Ky The lady is one Mr Collins got his information in 1840 should ht correct We have no means The Virginia regiment ny of the loth of knowing where errors occur unli the drop partition between two of the of Winchesters beauties and the gen from the records of the Pension Office Records tleman one of the most xpular senior study rooms was comfortabh tereated notify us Information Heitman relets to Heitmaus rJiator Qniaeuberry Nicholas served to 17 Mr J M Ivong of Madison countv oal Register of Office of the Continental on this line is solicited fiend us a card warmed and tilled to its capacity with m Sinallwoods Maryland and Virginia or drop in the otlice aud tell us we will the sin ere well wishers and friends of was at Sulphur Well Friday on business Army a very valuable and reliable Rirle s Washingtons gladlv make corrections Miss Nettie Corman and Virgie work compiled from the original manutf education and Basra especially of this And cannot supply wliat you want Ms papers show that when he com Many of those present Minor have returned home from Rich script records of the Revolutionary war particular school manded the Virginia regiment 1759 1700 A Uusiuexs MakiB Bouk semi your orders to obtained a preparatory education in mond after several weeks visit to rela- by Mr Francis B Heitman of the AdNicholas Qniaeuberry and Humphrey Every business man ought to read Do schools held on this site as have also tives and friends Jessamine Journal jutant tienerals Otlice Quiseuberry of Westmoreland county lars and Sense a money mking book many men prominent in the history of Mr M F GokJeu of ridorado Butler A c QuiauBseeY and Humphrey hwnberry of Ham bv Nathaniel C Fowler Jr the leading our nation and State county Kansas has been visiting relashire countv were members ot the regi- expert on business and advertising 1S White President of the tives here tor some weeks He says he Dr w His widow was living in ment Christopher Quisenberry a Lieu chapters illustrated with 100 plates pre Burnett Board of Fvlucation acted as chairman is glad to see Richmond in so prosperous tenant in the Westmoreland militia was senting eery st le of elective advertise Dealer in ol the meeting and in I lew well chosen a condition but says further that the Madison county in 1640 and drawing a killed at Bieddoekl defeat Julv 1755 inents with examples ol reading notice object of the place i needs manufactures to make it pension on account of his services in the remarks explained the Ross John living in Madison county circulars and headlines It tells the plain gathering and introduced Major C F boom He returns shortly accompanied Revolutionary war Collins Becknell Thomas living in Madison in 1S40 aged 78 and drawing a eiision truth about advertising and exposes effect- Â¬ Rurnam who delivered from his manu- by his brother-in-laL T Griggs and ive methods Any reader of the Climax county in ls4i aged 77 drawing a pen for Revolutionary services Collins script an address which was extremely family Shackleford William 2d Lieutenant who will fend check postal note or stamps sion for Revolutionary services Collins interesting and abounded in historical Our whilom friend Harrv B Hanger Brock Daniel was a Chaplain in the 14th Virginia from Dec 2 1770 to Nov to the value ot 25 cents to The Trade tacts relative to the earlier scIikIs in tin- put in an unexpected appearance last 3S 1777 Heitman Company Boston Mass will receive the city of Richmond and on tlie site of the Friday Harry says that owing to the war of the Revolution and as such was Shaw John Rolert He commenced book bv prepaid mail with Montgomery and Arnold in the asWe regret being un- present building ve cold weather the work on the life as a British soldier and served with abi to present this address to our read- Chicago Drainage Canal has been sus sault upon Quebec and wintered with the troops sent against the rebellious The Soelheri Railway and Mardi bra army in Canada Collins ers ill this issue of our paer but will do jiended His wife and son preceded the The Southern Railway will sell tickets American colonies but fought on both AND Burustde Robert living in Madison so in the next him some two or three weeks Thev History of to New-- O leans and return at cheap rates 1840 aged so ami drawing a sides before he got through Hon W B Smith was next introduced will remain some days before returning county w on February 22d 23d 24th and 25th on Fayette county ension for Revolutionary services by the chairman and although unpre to Chicago Speed James Lieutenant in Cockes account ol Mardi Gras Tickets good to OfTico ami yard oorner Main ami Collins pared made an excellent address The return fifteen days from date of sale B streets one square from the Bush Francis enlisted Feb 14 177s to Virginia militia regiment wounded at memory of his first experience as a school DIED Tickets tdl also be sold from ChattanooGuilford March 15 1781 Heitman coiirt-lion-- e Telephone 17 you serve one year in Capt Win Taylors liv carried him back to a building on Teunal Ceorge living iu Madison ga Atlanta and points west thereof to company of Col Christian Febigers 2nd will get what you order and this same sjte and brought to miud the Miss Itovie Blythe Parrish at the home county in 1840 aged SO and drawing a Mobile and return at cheap rates on Febpuncheon bench on which he sat He of her mother Mrs Pattie Parrish three Va regiment Rec A cold wave get it QUICK for Revolutionary services ruary 22d 23d 24th 25th and 2th good 177b in pension Chenault William enlisted in mentioned the names of many noted miles north of town Monday alternoon to reiurn ifteen days from date ot sale Collins catches him uuppiag never Capt Henry Terrills 5th Virginia regipersonages who had received a preparTerrill Henry was Captain iu the 5th on account of Mardi Gras Any agent February llth at the age of eighteen here and had many Consumption that fell disease claimed ment was with Washington at Valley Virginia regiment from March 12 1775 ol the corrpany will cheerfully give intor atory education words of encouragement for the children her as a victim She was a popular Forge and in pursuit of the British across to Aug 11 1777 Heitman mation regarding tickets rates and sched New Jersey and was in the battles at He strove tea hers and superintendent Notice Terrill William was a Lieutenant ill ules- C A Benscoter Assistant Gener- young lady and a great favorite among StillwaterCieruiantownand Brandy wiue especially to enforce BpOU the minds of her many acquaintances Turk Gen She was a and at the surrender of Burgoyne at the 5th Virginia tram Iee 14 177i to al Passenger Agent W the teachers the great influence they daughter oi the late Jacob Parrish The eral Passenger Agent 363S Sept 5 1778 Heitman would have on the future lives and ac- funeral and burial took place yesterday Saratoga Records Tipton Abraham 3d Lieutenant 12th Are you in it insurance If not ge Clay Thomas Captain of a Virginia tions af the pupils intrusted to theircare Baldwin and of H F S Crutchtield died at a late hour State regiment 177s to 1781 Heitman Virginia Nov 27 17701 SJ Lieutenant in it Powell Si Turlev 3i WAs Administrator hereby Bnotify all perand implored them that it might le for May 20 1777 resigned March IT 1778 E Baldwin I last night at his home on Culbertson Cook John living in Madison county He then complimented the Dont wiit until you are burned out sons having claims against the estates of eood avenue after an illness of several weeks in 1S4 sped l and drawing a pension earveal subsequently as a Captain in a Powell Turley 3architect workmen City Council and of pneumonia Virginia tate regiment He was killed said decedents or either of them to pre He was thirty eight for Revolutionary services Collins the Board of Truste s who had by their years old and leaves a wife and two by Indians near the falls of the Ohio iu Fire lit a food servant hut a bad sent them to me properly verified for pai Cooler James living in Madison united efforts mated this leautiful buildment Cnless presented on or before the For several years he had been county iu lsio agel so ana drawing a 17si Heitman Powell ft Turley childreu master 31 ing w hich we this day dedicated 10 the in the employ of the New Albany Street Toiid Joseph living iu Madison 1st day of October 1815 thev w ill be barension for Revolutionary services I nee red A Turley Powell Are you cause of education county in 1S 10 aged 81 and drawinga red WOODsOS MASTERS Railway Comny The interment will Collins 32 Dr L EL Blanton Chancellor of Cenpension for Revolutionary Administrator services JS 6 be at Gave Hill Louisville Louisville Covington John living in Madison tral University was next introduced and Post Feb All fire losses paid by Po well 8e Collins llth countv iu 1840 aged 77 and drawing a congratulated the city on their splendid Todd Rolert Captain in a Virginia Turley The death of the gentleman above pension for Revolutionary services He stated that contrary to aqiiisition State regiment from 1778 to 1781 HeitThe be companies adjust promptly named recalls to mind many incidents Collins the opinion of many there wasnorivalry connected with his life For several Powell Turlev Crook John living in Madison county man School and the Ini Trimble James Surgeons mate from en this High years he was connected with the engi- in 1840 aged 74 and drawing a pension Dont go to sleep over your iasurance Sept 30 to Nov 30 177 5 Heitman versity but that the rniversitv wd- neering department of the R N I B for Revolutionary services Collins a- Walker David 2d Lieutenant 14th Poweli 4 Turley the new institution of learningas R R and was a general favorite with all Dootey Jacob living in Madison county Virginia He Kov 18 I77r 1st Lieutenant anally to the Powell is Turley prompt and trust Â¬ the force who on account of his more in IP 40 aged 85 and drawing a pension March 2 1778 wounded at Savannah worthy cites the fact that th spirit of educa- mature age and habits dubbed him by 32 for Revolutionary services Collins Oct 1 177 served to the close of the tion prevailed to a greater extent in the the familiar cognomen of Pap Mr Duke Henry living in Madison county war Heitman We have the best companies Powt 11 omm ol Borte where lot daughter of in 1S40 aged 81 and drawiug a pension k Turley 3a higher Crutchtield married the elder Walk up Samuel living in Madison a century Centre I an estimable lady in for Revolutionary services Collins Mrs Coffman county iu people than ex aged 82 and drawing Answer Who have the best companies inliuen e over the Nicholasville in the yeai ISM Ed Dunbar Thomas living iu Madman a tension for Revolutionary services Powell Si Turley 33 the county Ol Madison with its much Mrs Sarah county in isl aged SX and drawing a Fed 7 Kv Morehead Ii I have a Fine New Residence situated on Collins iiaiiAii and emnhasizeo the for Revolutionary services lock posuaou Powell It Turley pay all Are losses Broadway and some very morning at Watson ih living in Madison statement that Madison sentt Hargis died this was the wite of Col Collins 33 county in 1M need and drawiug er Central Iniver from drosy She Duncan iabriel living iu Madison a Hargis deceased who was a mem Turley 3 3 Fire insu ance Powell out IV to their John pension for Revolutionary services ber of the Constitutional Convention of county in 1840 aged 80 and drawing ai Collius tl Look out for fires as well as storms lAfatK He iroohesied that in pension the father of ex Willis Francis was a Captain from Powell 8c Turley llre Would he a Justice T F Hargis of Louisville Chief Collins for Revolutionary services 3 The 1777 to 177s Henry Lieutenant of aron different streets in the best neighbor alout by Kttr Kent Fnoerson Fraucis living in Cuvette tillery in 1778 John Major in 2d VirChristian in town Also houses and lots on funeral will lake place at the A e for Livery church to morrow at 10 a m About s county in 1840 aged 0 and drawing a ginia Iewis Lieutenant Colonel of 2d House am four acres of land on West Stables Mule Sheds Stock Pens or Manu services n for Revolutionary will Virginia ami Thomas Captain in the Main street A desirable locatiou full week before her death she made her or lurther descr ption ai factories Collins C H Pi athing her entire estate to I H POWELL at Climax loth Virginia Condensed from Heit- Â¬ of interest relative to the carlv history a Captain in a VirEvans John was Bryant a young man she had reared OK man Dont negiestyour insurance Powell of tht regiment Judge C K Kin Dr Robert C Chenault died at his ginia State Turnd later was 33 caid home in Gleuview this morning of mien ho built tin All p EM EIIIE A blaze will start -- JESSE Powell Turley Lightning Hot Drops Richard living in Madison tientrv make monia after an illness of three months estate of Thotr 3 3 county in 140 aged 77 and drawing a What a Funnr Name Bkhmoad is itionary What abut your insurance Powell Very True but it Kilts All Peln and graduated from Jefferson Turley 3J Sola Everywhere Every Day bam Poweli Without Relief There is No Pav i f Ky RH Â¬ Â¬ the truth turned many heart and mt class who fnrleH ft aliened and re invicorated those bora in this eon already converted Our whole comma- - Kentucky AlsnthBJ leele the Mease eK of hi aiiiiKK primitive v here and will rejoice if his in the Mate for nam vu- its pupj path should again lead him throngh our in fitted to eater adveneod ciaa our Cistern eoUexoa The nrntksnan the audience some interesting Hrnamla iirl latveto the presentation of the B H Xeale sold hi promising filly iestioiis relative to a transfer of Bermuda iirl to Andy Welch of Hart the sit- to the Board of Trustee- - before ford Coun a fir- SoprpoM Court He predicted that animal at not too pip price CbL - of the present effort would be ol the best trotters an incentive to further movements in r trained this lino and that soon more buildings Would be elected all over the County Ts Horse ana Jark ton and that the system of free education The Umax is the pfa horse would receive such a siimnhis that even and jack cards erieted We ar would lie furnished the scholars nnippaaJ or the bwaiwcaa and al without cost to them il MM Willed to imOUT Bad The Kichnioud Silver Band discoursed n reached on stooh several ol their choicest selections at ia ot all descriptions and the tendency now is for batter rates in the near future tervals and at the close of the exercises by the invitation of the President or jack well advertised W i White the audience went through Oaapaj jy keep them before the building and reviewed its beauty and the pnbHr and you will stand a better the utility of its arrangments B for sharing m the business tlur tug the season tf Â¬ - mr X 1 Â¬ church--Louisvi- -- 7 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 lr SWEET GAPORAL Â¬ CIGARETTE Â¬ Â¬ fuuweeeuyuJuyeve I - Â¬ I sie LIGHTNING HOT DROPS - Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ - barrel-- Â¬ Â¬ STOKES zr- - Â¬ - Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ivory 6oap V JJZlm lak Tmv TA J r uit Â¬ It Floats CLAUDE SMITH CO Â¬ Â¬ o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If You 4 vt - 1 Â¬ j tr Â¬ Regular Dealer Is Out HELLO I fii Corps--Record- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LR BLANTON DO YOU Â¬ Â¬ - - COAL COZE KINDLING Â¬ Â¬ FEED Â¬ WEAR PANTS If you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ do you want to come to our great - Administrators Â¬ PANTS SALE which is now going on DONT DELAY We have about 75 Pairs of ODD PANTS that we are closing out at I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ City Property Greatly Reduced Prices If you need a pair now is your chance Â¬ FORw SALE desirabue I Â¬ lots H J STRENG -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 - BLUE GRASS HERO Â¬ - NOTICE i i I BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Bpssassaaaaaaasasaasswaswi auswossa wr lilHIIIIIIIIIIil I Todd Andy 30 acres land Warren Wm V 7 acres land Tribble John H to acres land Wright Wm non res 10 acres land too Alexander Irvine 50 acres land White Richard 3 acres land R Agee 43 acres C Whitaker H 4 Alexander Silas 100 acres land town lot 100 Yates Jeff land 100 Alexander Harrison 40 acres land GLADE PRECINCT NO 6 non res 33 acres laud 400 Wiley Harvey Asbury James H 20 acres land 300 bo Blythe George I acre land COLORED Allen James So acres land 500 0 Blythe Wm I town lot RICHMOMIl rtXClltCT ISO I Alexander Win non res 25 acres 200 Blythe Elzira 2 acres land 7 I il offer at public sale in ftont of the land 200 Blythe Sidney i acre land Ballard Iydia heirs I town lot 200 Court House doot in Richmond Ky on Benge James heirs 300 acres land I 200 Burgin Martha I tow lot 350 Blythe David 4 acres land I JO Blevins Alfred 30 acres land 50 Kurtun Oliver I town lot 500 Brooks Humphrey I acre land i Monday March 4th 1895 Barrett Win G 35 acres land 300 Bairgia Mary heirs I town lot 100 Bronaugh Charlie 4 acres land no 100 Brack liurgoyne Barrett Steve 50 acres land town lot 700 Bronaugh Caleb 39 acre 3 So Between the hours of 10 a m and 6 p m lanJ Barrett John 00 acres land 400 Ballard Winston town lot 300 Best Elijah 13 acres land the following property to pay the taxes as no 1 Brook N B 45 acres land 30c Bui nam Mary trnvu lot I 500 sessed ajjainat the same in the year 1S94 Baxter Richmond 103 acres land 2o Barret Wm 9 acres land 500 liuinam Mary I2acresland 230 Baxter Richmond agent Mahala WHITES 500 Burton Sam Sr I town lot Cole Hardin 75 acres land 200 o White 50 acres land Cornelison Robt 6 acres land 50 Covington Sarah I town lot RICHMOND lRECINCT NO I 3s Burnam Chas Sr acre land 10 Cox Hardin 70 acres land 300 Chenault Robt tows lot 15c Burnam Dudley seres land V 600 Bolton N B heir one town lot 250 Carmichael John I town lot Culter T J 10 acres land 300 Uurnam Nancy 16 acre land to Beattyville Real Estate Ex 60 100 Cornelison Ed I town lot Carpenter Nelson 30 acres land 160 Ballard Howard acres land town lots 000 too Cobh Wm I town lot Fiench Geo W 45 acres land loo Ballard Monnre town lot 130 Bronston T S hfs 2 town lots 10 000 Gooch Eliza heirs 100 acres land Dillingham Iou town lot ICO 400 Bennett Wm non res 2 acres land 2 000 town lot Cook Mrs Alice B Graves Stee M 50 acres land 400 Emory Mary town lot 350 Bennett Chadwell 2 acres land 3 Crews O W S town lot 600 Embry Rebecca town lot Henuerson ohn T town lot 550 Crigler Kittv i acre land 3 town lot Crews ic Shearer 500 80 Jones Eizbeth 75 acres land Ellison Jack I town lot 400 Crigler Win acre land 5 town lot Cox Phoebe 300 Kidwell Ely 25 acres land IJB Kstill Uobt 1 town lot 2io Campbel Cora 10 acres land I 000 500 town lot Carroll John C BO acres land Lake Mrs John Fife Sarah I town lot 250 Denny laac 2 acres land 5 00 Davis Alex C 3 ajres land 100 Lakes John jr 00 acres land Gently Charlie heirs I town lot 150 Denham Win 11011 res A I town lot 14 acres Daws Sallie 400 Lakes Wm N 100 acres land 150 Gordon Caroline heirs I town lot 250 I land non res Duriinger acob Lamb Lincoln 30 acres land 50 n John I town lot 400 I 000 Dewitt Tom 9 acres land SO town lot 100 Lamb Mary A 50 acres land 200 Fife Harry 2 acres land iluguely Georgia Ann I town lot own lot 200 200 up HSB of the pictures holding it Durringer John W 100 Lamb Sarah E bo acres land llairis lien 1 town lot 300 18 o 100 town lot toward the HgM To examine it It ain 1U kes lohn E ientr Mat 4 acies land 80 Lamb SvUesta 40 acres land in the aeattar isaa Sea Gentry Joe 2 acres land Irvine Henry I town lot an otqafafle Elkjaa town lot Evaa G W 5 700 Lear SB acress land James 5 face with rosi tinted Evan L IV ft W 15 Smith fee sweet Irvine Anderson town lot 2CO 500 ientrv John 3 acres land acre land Lvnch James N complexion big lu own eus and a 50 Irinc Joe own lot 300 Harris Win 2 acres land acres land 200 511 ISO mass of fluffy hair alxive a low foreMallicoat Frank non res 65acn 200 Ingram Phillip 3 acres land Irvine Mariah I town lot I town lot 40 300 On the mar pin were Ilmhlry EadesT J head bo land Lipscomb Steve heirs I town lot 300 town lot Miller David 2 acres land oi liiifis in pairs ami a heart Eades G B i iiim1 230 o Nickerson Win L 22 acres land Martin Irvine town lot Ik low the Edwards W T 3 town lots 350 Martin Faster 26 acres land piepe i bjf m arrow 000 700 200 Rose Haden 60 acres land portrait wis I vers- - of xetrv evorv Englitli George town lot town lot Mackey Joe W 4 000 Moran Sain 2 acres land Soo 100 Wm P 50 acres land Terry 50 Mathews Nannie I town lot fervid with love IO0 town lot Martin Wm 3 acres land Fitzpatrick W C 7 000 Todd 200 Miller II D 2 town lots Ruth J 100 acreb land The nurse Itanhed her task and went 550 Miller Isaac S B 2 town lots acre land 2 51 SO out lenner resumed hi s it beside Gum Vanwinkle Joe 7 acres land 50 Miller H D guardian Lucy Miller Peck Wm town lot Su lie held the pastel in his Garrison Bettie and children his friend Vaughn John 7 acres land 50 100 Park Joiin F 4 acres land acres land Iowa lot S 300 G 20 acres land Wilson John 20 Miller Letcher 6 town lols 2 000 2 Hall Mis Ellie town lot am Peyton Ben 4 acres land en Young Cyrus heirs 13 acres land Miller I etcher guardian Lena Phelps 111 Hacker T G 2 town lots Kos Anderson 2 acres land 500 t from HEN GIADE PBBCraTT NO 6 heirs I town lot 2in Reed Palmer So acre land Son llavs Harvey R town lot Vt 11 MHT fe aM render Mitchell Mary I town lot 400 Rhodes Richmond 15 acres land boo Adams Wm M agent E Terrill Hubbard W P heirs town lot y ls aasslsa i a i 200 2i Newman Louisa 40 acres land 150 acres land Rash Wm 20 acres land uttt By rum J town lots IOJ 000 srti tod 100 Phelps Zena I town lot Mexander Jasper R 25 acres land A B 2 town lots 2o Juett Mis 10 Simpson Anderson I acre land 90 King Wat S town lot Parks Shell town lot 100 Bush W C agent Josh Bush heirs 500 Shearer Maiiuin 12 acres laud low J5 200 Kice Geo Ailmr lien Blackwell I o acres land th a King T and M E town lot I 400 Shearer Beard acre land IOI 170 son Bennett Mary A 20 acres land Koab K non ies town lot town lot loo 40 Turner Anderson 20 acres land Mi Mahan Pat Sr 140 Rice Geo agent Sallie Jarman town lot White Frank heirs 3 acres land town 100 500 Burnell Japer 6 acres land iiw r tin flan Myers GeoH aoaret lot town lot 300 toe White Allen 2 serve land hied 15a Burnell Wm Sr S8 acres laud 9 dry Miller Mis EJ I town lot White Larkin 2 acres land 2 Rhode Pave town lot 10 900 Clift Mary E agent F Mao non re 35 acre land 100 Rhode Lavenia Mauptn Cal town lot I 00 town lot 650 White Laikin agent Cris Farris bS acres Tha McCollum Mr Sarah town lot heirs 30 acres land Stone Minerva town lot 000 Crolev Polly non res 150 l would be I land Neison Robert I town lot 2o Sheppard Charlie town lot IOO See White Jerry heir 4 acres land 300 For whUb t were awk k praylAf 25 Priest Mrs Susan town lot town lot Smith Hocker 100 250 Dollins Riley 33 acres land 500 White George Jr 6 acres lane town lot Paiker Kebecca non re Walker John I acre land So Simpson Louis I town lot 500 Elder J W agent F A Elder 215 600 Smith Emanuel 1 town lot acres land Richmond Steam Laundry town 300 Walker livine 4 acres land 130 Fowler Mary M V ilmore George town lot 1 000 lot 50 Shackelford Joe town lot 120 40c J acres land Goins Pleasant 7 acres land 0 Tribble Jobs I t wn lot Richmond Steam Iaundrv i8q i Watts Sam acre land ose of tin-- ph 400 nr rn n 20 pat an4 small 150 Terrill James town lot town lot 000 Goosey Parrida non res town lot 2ro Yates Horace 23 acres land hand anil it shook a little as he ex 150 Turiiei Dan Sr tow n lot 800 Golden John u acres land llUSK H 4011 RmellJohti2 town lots KIRKsVlILI IKFCINCr NO 7 toward Thaver with the 200 Turner Das Jr town lot Smith Sol B town lot ipn llii Phillip soacres land t ion 130 Bogie Alex 2 acres iand S A agent Sam Blake Smith Wm 11 Jr - this the girl you were telling town lot Tamer Hob town lm 411c 500 Jackon J lallard Jessie acre land 100 heir 6 acre land 31 Smith C K agt Malcolm Love Tondin Harry town lot iS Dennev Dock i acre land 100 Y the valentine I seal town lot Johnson Ben F Co 100 acres land o Taylor Millie town lot lilmore Robt 2 acres land 100 Johnson Richard agent C E Hos- Shitllett Mrs Ida j neres latnl - Tom I town tot levtloo Miller Wm 6 acres land Will you tell me her name1 200 tetter 52 acres land 150 Taylor Frank Man 2 town lots town lot 300 150 i vlil r Dan i acre land didnt tell you Her name Stewart Mr A IOO Kirbv John C 10 acres land 15a William Si lie town lot town lot 5011 400 when kmw her was Miss Edith War Stapp James Moran Mary I own lot 200 Kirbv Nancy L 2 acres land town lot Smith Mr Li ie It now 3S Walker Owen town lot 900 Moberly George heirs i town lot 100 201 100 Kindred Wm F 7 acre land brisk rap on the door Trower Tom j8 acres land Walker loin heiis town lot 200 Mauptn Wm 3 acres land 200 rs Mary C 5 acre land 2 500 Kimbrel Richard 100 acres land 300 Weils Fannie town lot Lucy 2 acres land IOO in Kinkeads Sam theirs 100 acres NO 2 loXTOWN IKKAINCI Wright Wm town lot 45 kful for this interrup Ricbardon Henr I town lot loo land 400 White Frank 201 town lot 40 acies e Bengc J antes non Smith Page 4 acres land IOO Kiniiard Daviu A 5 acres land 50 Willi Edna town lot 1 ure to the 201 land 400 Shearer Crave I town lot 20c Lamb Jerry A 4 acres land Well- - tue hut slipped it into his p town iot Bo in Susan non res bo acres ion Turner Jack 6 acres land 2ie Laws Garland K 46 acres land ibling and ion Wheeler Lizzie town lot 1 250 land 300 Tumi Tom S acres land 20c elf in the Black Mis Eula Lee 2Si acres 800 Walker Robt t town lot Martin Susan J 26 acres land 300 Willis Grant 7 acres land 0 mirt that be was deathly Moore Louisa V Mary 50 acres ion Wingnetd Dow town lot 201 S 201 land lont a 800 Walker knlt town lot land MILLION PRECINT BO Sa U 31m 20c made Clark Wm 30 acres land ttled Million John 45 acres land las White Adams heirs I tow n lot Has H ith him lie non res 8 acres 400 loge Sjuire li acies land if by 1 50 G 75 acres land in t he Walker Nancy town lot laud 2oo Mayo John ISO 35s iJroadu- - Robt 10 acres Norville Cha B 33 acres land 201 Willis Lizzie town lot Cotiey I aac 2 acres land 12 If 330 Broaddu Miranda 2 acres land rt iiit directly to Dozicr Win Mat acre land 40c Whitaker J O non re tit he Barnes Mariah f acres land town lot- I c Owens James P 300 S 31 acres land be took the 250 Yates Iliillis town lot turton Peter 25 acres land Dickeraaa Dr F J 146 acres land 7 000 Owens John Sr 41 acres land 301 300 down from his p town Yates Maggie town lot 800 Phillips Mrs Ann non res wrote on the lower mar- - Evans Jarne6 E 35 acres land 130 30 Crews Anntead 25 acres land mild lot 20 Clark Tom 0 acres land Evans Sallie 64 acres land IOC 400 town ikei isi r no 2 1igg James M 53 acres land d anil loo 1ni d to mv room Davis Mary J 12 acres land John S 10 acres land 60 400 Hen t ley Mary S acres land I5n B 40 acre Will you ei mil- to m land ma John iv King Sam ana re 25 acres land Green Lloyd 4 acres la d So 100 itentley Miriam 6 acres land rt Thayers inlor Mundv Mi lie 1igg John 150 acres land 300 liogie Dave acres land ie in King Ann E 60 acres land heirs 2 acres land 201 100 4 30 nas 1igg John agent Mrs E Jackson Jury to your a town lot IOO 5c Chenault David 6 acres land a larije envelope and King Wm H 100 Million Rube 4 acres land affair 100 2c acres land Mary heirs 27 acres land 6 loo Edith Warren No Luxon Sallie B 01 acres land 200 Chenault Andeison 3 acres land 150 Mitchell already Powell Allen non res town lot 151 Lexington avenue Moore Mary E 7oacres land jot SC Chenault I em 20 acres land 200 iaiks Anderson 11 acres land coo lreton R E 27 acres land Poitwnod Zack 28 acres land ISO co Parks Frank 4 acres land Chenault Wyatt 3 acre land da Ten Tnat I think will sit everything Parks Richard 75 acres land 300 Chenault Charlie non res 6 acres Turner Cash 6 acres land Roberson Mrs Spicy D 50 acres were hart day I will post this 5 Benner Ret nolds Win lieii C12 acres land 200 f PcWaa land 6of thai sin- will get it in the morns land ion Turner Jame 3 acres land Robinson W J X G W 43 acies aaal ing It is all clear to me now I knew Tillett Wm acre land acre land 20 20 Chenault Letcher 5 acres land 100 Warren Irvine Sr - st v Tt iiirrt nes dy land 200 there had been another but I didnt Weddle Cyrus acre land Williams James 8 acres land 60 Chenault Sam 2 acres land 5 50 Hob Ah well they RswhnsC M agent Wm Stapp Willis Ike acre land Weddle Crus iSuj I acre land r Thayer 5 Hagati John H 20 acres land 50 10 I will go wiil Is- happy now and heirs - acres land 70 riend away aoasewbere and try to for Mit U si HiKitin Mariah non res 6 acres land UNION PRkXINCT NO 3 loo J P SIMMONS s M Roberts Evan acres land p Then his in Feb 6 iw next afternoon as Bob Thayer last Wm C agent for Oggs heirs 100 Jones James 10 acres land Reidy Gabriel loacresland 01 SBge lay stretched upon his sofa cutting the Kan Harry heirs 7 acres land rn 2 acres land 500 d at last and 1urpin O W 144 acres land Soc mining the pages of a 100 Lic Fuller heirs 2 acres land leal non re rsakerdy G W 2 acre land 117 new magazine a servant startled him Grider Frederick 4 Million Mark 2 acres land 00 Battering with acre land A lady 500 announcement Walker W H I town lot ooo Ray Judy acres land 50 Mr Thayer 20 and handed him a card Hisle Wm H 26 acres laud N Welch town lot 2oe Tive j a enoughSmith Scott 3 acres land 51 Itefnre lie could look at the name on the Harris David 60 acres land I 20O II it niv to his card a figure in biaek closely veiled K1RKSV1UK IKKCINCT NO 7 Turner Wm 4 acres land y Jordan Win non res 3 acres land 5 appeared at the open door Thayer Ixwis Geo non rev 5 acres land Adams J C guardian Chas Ha- White James 15 acres land 300 utting posture 2 500 piati 40 acres land Reiney Sam K 5 acres land No J Ileum r tNIOS 1KKIIM look 300 It is I Hub said a tremulous voice Soo Bratcher Geo W 50 jcres land Reed Dr M F non re 100 acres He laafrhed uuawuly bim Intently Ill nek John 5 acres land and the Bgare came swiftly toward 50 I l iur cjuot obn B agent Thos C land 1 500 Campbell servant vanished the vis him Cole Emma town lot 50 somen hat by surprise I had itor threw ha k tier veil disclosing a lay lot Hub Campbell 108 acres land ine 2 200 Simpson dja acres Covington Robt town lot 20 BjaJ and well to face of rare loveliness covered with counteil 01 land 8 000 Callahan Thomas 7 acres land Deatherage Rias acre land Valentines da v is a sort of dimpling smiles and blushes 150 I 2Mi Eade John D ib acres land Tate Cas 57 acres land 5 ith me Douthett Aaron acre land ami 100 Thayer Fowler John M acres land Wilson Joe inon re 82 acre- land 000 500 Evans Sallie 1 acre land W even more eandid Bob and tell co SI a iijxm her knees at his Wilson Wm M Kinnard Mary A 1S9 non res a acres ico acres urped his friend feel his arniN were around her he was ill aoout it OF TIIK Oldham Jake 10 acres land 200 land 3Aju I no longer worthy of your confiland 5 straining her to his breast and pressing Wilson Florence non res c acres Kinnard Mary A 130 acres land dence old man Im a little hurt that eager kisses aawa her lips in a delirium Wells Mrs Kate 61 acres land 3 200 I edford Leander Sr 79 acres land land aaai have not seen fit lo eoaraVae your of joy yet daaed and bewildered and Wells W H ton 300 acres land 700 Ixmg James S to acres land 600 tory to me for I know there enascious of a maddening fear that he Walton Wash R 62 acres land ElllSTON FaECIKCT No 4 5 It is not prob would wake and find it all a dream must he a love story Moore C C 43 acres land 600 Walton Wash R 1803 62 acres able that Boh Thayer the f Muliins Joe W town lot li Bfaa some time before they reached 100 400 Ballew Sena acre land land mot artist rich and 5t the rational stage of their happiness Merritt Mrs Boone 72 acres land- 2 000 liallew Sena 6 acres land ico tree of feminine charms ha and plunged into explanations Then Ballew Frank 30 acres land ELLISTON NO 4 Prewett Lucy A 83 acres land 200 000 the are of thirty two nnHeatbed or Bob learm d that Edith had never Park Eliza F 106 acres land 2 200 Balleu Merrill 11 acres land 100 that he is entirely eouteuted with 150 to love him that the rejected Adams Strother G 14 acres land Rhodus Alfred 2 acres land tliese bachelor apartm iiu esfajaart 100 20 Collins Sam 11 acres laml tine the returned letter and the Adams Wm heirs 40 acres land 20c i though they IkIardou niv Rhodus Albert 2 acres land io Covington Howard 2 acres Und S reparation of the lovers had been Adams Elizabeth 31 acres land 150 i Bob but really you will find the work of her mother hanibers Willis acre land Rhodus John E acre land But it was no Alexander Elizabeth 5 acres land i 70 50 t ll the me a sympathetic listem r To for criminations for poor Mrs Adkin Louis non res 60 acres Ross Alex 7 acres land log 40 Chenault Jennie 7 acres land IU nner truth Im in love myself Lstill John 3 acres iand Wama was gone She had been dead so Roberson Kichaid non res town land rad up like a schoolboy as ho made IS oKFEliKh FOR SALE- 400 and the daughter was still ICstill Dolly acre land 5 lot 3011 the confession and added aaickly in mourning town lot Amerine John heirs 8 acres land 5 Smih Milton acre land But I havent been accepted 100 Estill Henry T have waited all these years and Baker John D uon res 09 acres Estill ena acre land ed out ami prass Tha Tussey oe R non res acre land 5 50 icred if vou witild ever come to lend 300 friend 100 Warren Arthur 2 acres land ou Estill Charlie 40 acres land Buh Martha ioi acres land I itaaardj 700 an Erancis Simpson acre land 100 NO 8 MILLION PRECINt Butler John W 62 acres land Soo Happy Qaaapa lie said Faulkner Ed non re 4 acres land 5 Butler Elisabeth 62 acres land Soo Adams T B non res 1 town lot certainly deserve better luck 30 Grubbs Wm 2 acre land 5 Burton John M 40 acres land than I have ha 300 Agee Ambrose 4 acres land 30 Green Haden town lot 100 of aeveral minutes he went on mood Â¬ Burton Sam 5 acres land 100 Agee Sarah A 3S acres land 410 Hume Susan 3 acres land M v experience v 5 ily F0R- tuple Ble ins James S acres land 00 Book Mrs Mildred 1 town lot Ilicket Tom acre land SO JaataaaB Bybee Ham heirs 3 acres la n Burrus Lydia bo acres land coo Hairis Green 2 acres land 300 I was in Iaris I fell in love wit ha beau5 Cornelison Wehster 25 acres land Burton Eliza A 25 acres land 200 25 tiful girl the most ehani Harris Martha j6 acres land 200 Corneilson Ehabeth 5 acres land 100 Barnes Elizabeth 6j acres land lady in the Arm 700 Hatton Green Be acres land 5 Challis Tom 00 acres land Wk i itT was a willow and sx Cox John non res 41 acres land 400 Irvine Christopher 7 acres land 100 coaae- mined to marry her t Cotton Eliza non res 44 acres land 400 Johnson Richard 20 acres land 15 uentl no presumptuous young Conner Pleas 40 acres land 200 Cook Harrison acre land 60 Kaanaugh Joe 3 acres land hope for smooth sailing in that S Dalton Edla A 44 acres land Cooley Elizabeth 5 acres land 300 100 Mayo Landen 2 acres land ouarter But the girl was not iri S Dickerson Frank non res acre Clark Rachel non res 90 acres indeed I was fortunate Miller Milt 6 acres land 60 It it first class in its appoint land 100 land art at least I 20 Phelps George 22 acres land 200 nientsand will be wild at a I amused iny- Finney John D 14 acres land thought at t ion Davis Joseph Cnon res 40 acres Royton Henry 20 acres land iio wing and painting pi 2 acres land Garrett land 130 400 Reed George 7 acres land 5 of ber Acting upon an impulse 1 sent tjrinstead Joe P town lot 100 Stone 150 Foster Leoma 5 acres land Cyrus 8 acres land case of these pictures to her as a valen- 100 Grinstead Geo W town lot Farthergill Mary 40 acres land 300 h of February White Jarrett acres land Accom SO Galliger Felix 55 seres land an 30c Fain Larkin 6ucre land licture was a Terse of po Woods Mary 20 acre land 250 Fletchei Johnson non res 7 acres Gardiner Robt 2 acres land a f course was a rery ar Yates Rachiel G non res acre land Grinstead Smith 5 town lot IIIAVIK 8TARTKH IP aration of lore To m 400 land 5 Gum W B non res I town lot valentine came back 200 Talton minor 10 acres land en Jones When I received Yates Rachael 2 acres land So cting that I had made a grave me said the girl James Charlie 10 acres land 100 Ho liday Manha i Bettie 70 acres My reason tor selling is that your valentine to day YATES PRECINCT NO 5 mistake I immediately land King Emily acre land 300 Broaddus My valentir 50 of apology The letter was returned to 100 my lime is wholly taken up on Jennie 10 acres land Hughes Minerva 40 acres land King Sam 39 acres land of course this 400 Collins George 30c be unopened Half crazy I sought an 200 acies land 000 the Climax Harvey Norris 17 acres land drew it from beneath her cloak King F M 67 acres land 100 with the young lady only to Comeiiison Robt 2 acres land 5 Bob found himself gazing at the Kuhns J E 37 acres land oe B non res 60 800 Deathman learn that mother and daughter had and Chenaut Wade 7 acres land ago the Lee Elizabeth 10 acres land 150 qub acres land aria without letting any- 800 100 pastel which only yesterday George Davis Clifton 4 acres land 50 Heathman Wm B acre land acre 100 Benner had held in his hand in this Lewis Mrs Mary non res Digtjs Sallie heirs 3 acres land Thayer paoaed and drew a long Jenning Nancy 10 acres land land 100 to self same spot His bewilderment de- breath Essters James 7 acres land S Kelly Bettie Ci acres land 200 But McWhorter L P almr Sallie Well thats the whole story he Kinney Susan 16 acres iand lS Kelly Wm T 1 acre land roke iams 60 acres land 300 added All this oeeaiied fire years THOMSON Francis Edwin 10 acres land 200 Locker James 6 acres land McLocklin Andy ic acres land ago and 1 hare never seen then ainoe in upon him too Goins Mary non res 5 acres land e Benner 50 I have no idea in what part Wm 1 acre land Portwood Chas C 3 acres land ler Locker 30 li bat Hocker Alex 2 acres land v world they are 1 suppose I imagine Portwood John P 2 acres land Breeder and Dealer in -400 130 Land Sallie 38 acres land in her turn The aa a natter of coarse she is married Harris Tabitha I acre land 40 W 07 acres land 1 200 Long Jessie cntlcinan in Portwood John P 1893 25 acres long ago Hill Kitty 6 acres land BARED HIMALAYAN ANGORA 5 Murphey Wm loo acres land land d that 500 Jnat then the nurse came in to put a Maxberry Winnie non res 3 acres give him an an- Richardson Ba 13 acres land 200 fresh bandage on the artists 200 Reynolds Tbon land 100 Ueorgr Benner rose and saui acres land co Rhodus Tom Moore Sarah acre land too i to a tabir at the other jsm Rhodu John W Sr 2 acres land ioi Renfio Sanford 10 acres land Here he began it Shearer Henri i town lot Man James M 12 acres las YATES PRECINCT NO 5 SHERIFFS Sheriffs Tax Sale Sheriffs Tax Sale i Sierilfs Tax Sale 15 fi Y TAX SALE 1 23 90 109 saaaj -- fa t 4r XfklJlJ mzzm IMOCKStIJtfro VsTv t hrtrOrt - 1 WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN tVst H I 11 1 SI i OHM RAIl ir t Z P M 3 23 7 1 SOLID VESTIDULED TRAINS u msje t PJLtt- SI I Â¬ 1 Richmond wiUneubuli4UiUiJtoilluiuSu Ui IVEAKsnVi raaV c5 lv 7S M Gen Agnl Ciaciai eorgetows 1 1 1 1 fe QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE L Vr Iran BERCAW except Sun- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BEST Coinleiised Ne t J a23i c 1 K FTWE r prlii ptrl 1 Stories Miscellany 1 1 1 1 Womens Department Childrens Depart ment Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE Â¬ rich All ofsttssl land which is bottom Said tarm m Mtua and verv productive led on the Kentuckv liver at the mouth Cretk and lias a gpod ol Drowning vteither boarded log tsOMaC fttao a goodbarn artl voaog orchard and is well watends I aNo have 0 to 200 ban corn some work nnile work cattle and a fine roan adde mare on ale at the Will seil the farm oo liberal terms farm Call on or address me at the Climax office Richmond K tainiig acres of land over IW of ti rr ivqtilv m Hi j H1 4111 22 In Ef- Â¬ 2NDC1 N Time Table No fect Nov 18 1894 Ex Sun El Sun r M A M vALEHTmE -- 1 u 36 THOS THORPE 1 1 1 N iTri113 y Vlt 12 11 1 lIWIV i --- Le 1 1 1 1 PATENTS Caveats and Trademarks obtaine and for Model all patent buines conducted M 1 Richmond Uieon Moberly Brassftrld r 10 12 lo 55 I 20 m r m 12 12 40 46 i lrvsnc I A M 1 1 1 Saw 1 1 J i 1 1 1 1 Courier Journal Editor 1 1 My office is in the imn ate Fees Olhce and my ta vicinity ot the ciiities for snaissg patents are unurpas Send model ketch drawing or ed with description and statement oc tr iHvniilnui elnimeil No cbarfe is made for an opinion as to patentability and mv tee for prof eating the application will not be called for until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled Inventors Guide A ton paftr eight column Deasocratk containing full 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Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North Houth and South west Through daily train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Ky snd Knoxville Tenn snd Points on Â¬ LIPPINGOTTS Tne special IN MAGAZINE 1895 feature ot LIITINCOTTS A In Complete Novel issue LNR Seaedaie R in addition to the usual essays poems novelette etc all combined male i one of the mot desirable magazine row pnbii hed We avoid the objection held bv somanv readers t a continued story During the comin vear novels may be expected trom short stories eth n Effwt No I Daily Jai 1st IMi 5 SOUTH BOUND Lve tlnctnnatt Lve Covington Lve Falmouth Lve CynthiMiiH No Daily 755 pm 803 pm pm 9 950 p ni Pm P rr1 pm Accodo xCxpress fcli am 819 am 948 a m 1043 am 3 No 3 Daily 1 Baa 50 2 pm Cait Kino Amklif Riyks Gkrtrluk Atherton- Mrs Siilkney Mis Train Mrs Alexander And other well known writers Price 3 per vear smjje apv j cent- - Send fie 2cent stamps tor sjecimen copy G Â¬ 1 1 fit Hall LJ Boone Frazee Secretary Encampment No 40 meets everv and thiid Thursday in Gdd Fellows rr Pmi Arr lxlnton Lve Pari rr Winchester - 1118 am 1110 d b na 1 1 FJ on Main street Richmond liicomh C P L J Fraee Scribe Richmond Initorm Degree Camp No meet econd Thursday m each month C RTudor Capit Odd Fellows Hall tain L J Frazee Clerk OF HONOR Â¬ uppiNcorra magazine Philadelphia Pa Arr Cortiin Lve Corbin e tve tve In Livinatoii livinjHtoo jmloii Kchiooud f it eliuioiiil rrea I tnasjaar 1210 1235 125 130 156 25 310 351 Lve Barbrvllle Lve Pineville 1 j 1 1 FOR SALE THE PLANT KXKI1TS A irit v Lodge No is K of H meets every Friday ev ning in the Odd F H hall at 7 orlock Rice Dictator E W Rowland Reporter KNHll rs of rv 111 s FREE SI EVER COIXACsE OF Lv tumd dap Lve Corbtn Lve Wiilinnih Arr Mliillelh Inmil UiP 445 P m 44s P m 530 P 600 p m 640 p m 4 45 1015 1055 1025 n ni 1035 p m 0 o p m Pm 1055 a m pm 1143 P p mi 43 P p m 1207 a m pm 105 am pm 125 a ni pm 217 a in 412 p m 53 Pm 310 310 352 430 505 525 a a a a a a mi m ni m m - 1 I 1 w 1 -- 1 1 Â¬ 11 1 Â¬ 1 MOUNTAIN - 1 - imK-rti-aia- 1 SENTINEL CASNOWCO YELLOW 1 1 1 1 1 1 I CHEAP 150 pm The free and unlimited coinage of ao pm silver the product of American mines No No White Lolge No 4 K P meets ev- at the old ratio of 16 of silver Daily Daily Dally to 1 of NORTH BOIN1 Kx ery Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows Sun gold is the only solution of and hall at oclock C W Tudor C C Rowlnnd- roo a m C C Hooker K of R and S remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ c rr Richmond 1015 a m Lve Kiioxville m factory condition of trade manufac- - Lvr Jellco 1110 p m s ri saaaaWItfaMI Lve WilliHinslig 113s P ture and general business of the counI asaVatlaV Mr j5 2 m S VH I VSaaaT J5 H vA Lve Cnmd Oap try The surreptitious act of 1873 -s 1001 p m LsssVasasi A ssH r Bb k V M Lve NIddle lli I ssssjaH MA M LsasasKasi I pm LBaiV divorcing silver and gold in our moneI asasaV ssasH asasasB ftl at Lv Puevllle 1 105 p m OH Bsf Kl Fys I Lve HarbVville 1140 p m B rr I ssaW M V BR I aaBWuaaaal tary system was a crime of untold Lve Coibln 1220 a m W 1 108 a m lndon magnitude It was the rankest kind Arr Livingston Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat of class legislation in favor of the Lve livint xion business conducted tor Mooch at recs ient Lve Berea 312 a ru Our OFricc is Opposite U S Patent Omcc rr Itxhnioml aa ianti we can secure patent 11 less time than those J wealthy against the producers of 6 20 a remote from Washington ive Rlchmoml 339 a I wealth and hostile to the prosperity Vrr Wliicliester 705 sa 425 Scad model drawing or photo with descrip- Lve Wincheater ftion We advise if patentable or not tree 01 J 710 a of the United States tiiarjre Our fee not due till patent is secured It was an act Arr Pan 74 an 455 ve Lexington How to Obtain Vatents with J A Pamphlet 700 11 I Lve Purls a ar cost of same in the U S and foreign countries J of treason because done at the instance 505 Lve CyntliiHiiR J 821 r sent free Address 5 r am of a European svndicate and fur bribe Lve Knlinoutli a 608 a m 9 Arr 1024 a 711 I m money giving aid and comfort to Arr Onlalsa Cim innali 10 30 a 715 a m Opp Patent Omcc Washington D C f our countrys enemies To shield VVVSV aysaavsysyviW 30 29 MAYSVILLE BRANCH the guilty parties the well authenti cated facts often published have been No in No 12 NORTH BOUND DHtly Daily vigorously denied KxSun Ex Sun The Enquirer will continue to ex- Lve Cincinnati 250 p Lve Cnvtnxlnn pose this unpardonable crime until Lexinglou 700 am u PurU T45 540 pn right and justice are done the people rr Miliersbnrg lM a m lariMs 827 am by the full restoration of silver to its JoiniKon 91 aw 700 pa 4 M Arr Jrllieo Arr Knoxville Lve Richmond rr Rowlxlirl 550 p mi 630 p ni P 300 a m 358 am 425 a m vsVsaS2Ssta 5H BsaaH sbV I aasaV Â¬ laaaa assK lasasl asaV V1 Â¬ aaasasV ssaasV r gMaV Warn ssasal aaaavBLasI Vj s a 1 L 2 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ PINE 14 1 FLOORING 1 in 1 Â¬ sun Poplar Weatherboarding Cypress Shingles Cat Poplar Shingles I Jm iE 5 GASHHge Framing Lumber Doers Windows All First Blinds 1 1 Maysvills 945 am old companionship with gold We No 11 need the assistance of the people in BOLTH BOUND Daily Daily Ex Hun Kx sun disseminating the truth to which end we invite all in your selection of pa- Â¬ Lve 552 a m 145 P 620 a m 224 pi pers for the coming season to include 308 pi MillerNbura 722 a m y7 P the Enquirer that costs only ltt Lexington 745 a m 350 pi ico a S 35 a m Covington year Issued twice a week 1024 a 63 pi Ctni in null S 45 P 1030 a Liberal commissions and cash re- Â¬ For fu Uier information rate aa tickeU wards given to club raisers Sample or freight Ktdre KK ARR copies free Esquabi Company Ticket and Em 1 v Cincinnati TJ 1 1 1 1 BARGAIN S F Rock R0BT INTERNA TIONAL -DICTIONAR Y SSillttt4tttt WEBSTERS 0 tvtvmtta lJ7garfggg-gfcg---fa-- g RICHMONDSTEAM 1 it v I S UUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME das Goou Unabridged stamlard of the Sscctsaaor of ti 1 And Suirereoiirtand of ing OAos t lnut- - ill INDUSTRIES 1 1 Cheaper Than Ever A isaed Serinteu H SI nearly ail ihe Bebsalbasfea Warmly caras by every as well as any dent of SrhiKda and other Edur tors almost with out number Work done prom pi ly and other Laundry in the Country Â¬ A CoUege L I to L CARSE -- tion lor effective mikr1 jcatln pronunciaUon fw terseiiKiiyet aassaacnats of facts tor practical see worklna yWebsterr- - interaationaP excels any other loci Tohuna r Standard atafjrorf- f-- eas a with which word aouaht for Preldent writes xl the eye finds the - J - - -fllll- Tor PRICES NO HIGHER I Stand uiey will sta I Peope and 1 OUT OF TOWN W Thayer portfolio of drav res land 21 idgaJj akaacjr gltrjed sai pickal aiffi TSces Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Higbet t Award K Wsm4i4ii rriiaaaina llsiBnafWTiaia usawy a SOLICITED