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VOLUME VIII TIEECTOEY PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DENTAL StTBGEBY iiI RICHMOND rle I1i T Â¬ Â¬ MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY I CO 10 WALL ft ii w 9 g G NUMBER 38 FEBRUARY 27 1895 Short ll Insects The brevity of insect life is illustrat Â¬ ed in the case of those insects that mo lest and rnn the mushroom The latter whose life is measured by hours ia often ruined by an insect who deposits eggs that hatch ont grubs while the mushroom is still apparently in the full ligor of youth Before the mushroom has reached tiie tottering aire of forty eight hours tbr grubs may develop into the full blown insects Â¬ Â¬ A SNOWY PAY Benaiah Went Down Into a Pit and Slew a Lion A Mai CIRCUIT COURT scott monwealths Attv B A Crutcher S H Thorpe Wmi s e Scott u mvesxea third Monday in an Mondav in April and rat Monday in September and Lc- - J L HARRIS Richmond M 1 DI S Kkmu kv houfi fticc in g jt bi Only Yiho Hail a BmWmuc that Nl Him trrat lriiKih I tot on i i ful Nine as vy ll sernion I T te ill i lv P lijif 1 llii IOIMV ludge a M 1 COl KT to 12 IB lime- - R Bui nam Taltnaje took for iiis subject A Baowy lay the text selected veiiip lie went down and blew lion in a pit in a snowy day Have you ever heard of iiim Ili He a- - t man of nauie a Reuaiah stmt mascle aad of irreit avoirdapois His father was a hero an- n nh r- 1 Ir A VATEb Cferom ii -- - John Attorney It vis Cobb ff J Simmons T Waan 1 ItORGAX A VATEfi Kentucky OiUCfc DENTISTS Brovwi K K P B Broad - nntendrnt Public Schools Mrs Amanda T Million J on the tirat Mon da m each month Amresscw Croolc Main Street ovei M uiison National 3 ll- there was iron strongest bone bone s WELBY W BURG IN DENTBtT RICHMOND km u oonriHtt T n Armer third ableWm P Simmon irten 15 Million third 1 v - - KKMlLkV N - -- R able lie Toiid R Street over Cltenault grocery Second 4 Wells first Sal- lohr Kilt C DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL Kit HMND - istable -- S Maupin fourth Mon- stable C C Lamb r Dot v second An - Kllison si BGEOX KKN rt l instable nth District N Cov second W Broaddus C Million third Constable Thomas Jones s of holding magistrates courts February Mav Au - saber I James V V Bratcrer third Sat ruc- F- Smith at buildup Main M tl v Street Office - Il LI AT7CBNEYS lie is known Cor other wonder nl that of the text ptian rabits in Mature or aboat t inches high nine movingaroutnl in aad flourishinsr a penr careless as to whom he Benaiah of my text yith aothbag bat a walking stick came upon him ied the spear from the Egxptain Bini with Hie thrust of its mim put an end to the blatant bally which us think of the rtorj in our reek lesson too hard for us if the on the same bench hai smart not helpea us out with it in which Horatiua the Macedoniaa aad ppoa tne Atheniaii foturht i in his blood and the in hi- - body wms back uas athletic Â¬ JC cv D M CHKNA1 - II Kkmuki BKRh s M r 11 RT ATTORXEYS Mar- AT LAW Rawlings Judge Btb Fourth Satur Ciabbard - Run MOM i i rEzTCET IV KHKT Rice S Kit HM POWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Kim M t - I C H I Sullivan 1 Kcenev id a in each month rt is held on the first Tuesday iL Kreemtn t cv 1 stit Co 3 ou T T Covington Mayor Jam N B Turnin 11 rTi W EL SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW iKU Khs rUCKV donian armed ith siii id ami sword and javelin and the A Ulenian with nothing but a eliih The Macedonian hurled tne javelin but the Atheniaii success fully dodged it ami the Macedonian lifted the spear bu1 the Athenian with tin- elab broke it ami the Macedonian the suonl but the Athenian trip pad him up liofore he could strike with it and thin the Athenian with his clui would have beaten the life out of ten amout his nae- weapons if Mexander had not commanded lnt Bena iah of the text is ai tiiat will rlis even that There is trouble ia all the neif Iainbs tried off in the nijriit and children Â¬ - Ilrsflli O Of A only have Hie grace ot to listen a voice parts the Heav My grace is sufficient for ens saying thee Whom the Lord loveth he You shall le more than liasteneth conquerors Ani that reminds DM of a letter on my table written by some one whom suppose to be at this mo My dear dear ment present saving doctor You will please pardon the writer for asking that at some time when you feel like it you will kindly pieach from the 30th Paalm th verse Weeping may endure for night but kjj coiueth in the morning and much oblige a down town business man So toaii down town business men and to all up tow u business men I say If you have ti hand ihis that you can not sell and debtors who will not or can not pay and you are also suffering from uncertainty as to what the im becile American congress will do about the tariff yon have three troubles and enough to bring yon within the range of the consolation of my text Where you Ami the triumph of Benaiah over a lion and a pit and a snowy day It von nave only one trouble I can not peril any time with you to day You must have at least three ami then re member how many have triumphed over sue a trian of misfortune Paul had three troubles Sanhedria de nou Being him that waa one great trouble physical infirmity which he ailed thorn iii the flesh and although we know not hnt the thorn was wi lo know from the figure he used that it must have lieen something that Stuck him that was the second trouble approaching martyrdom- - that made the three troubles V hear If I had only one mfa what he says fortune I could stand that bat three No misinterpret ire two too many lie sas sorrowful yet always re joicing j r yet making many rich having nothing vet possessing ail llilngs Thanks le unto Ood who jiveth us tne victory through our Lord lesiis Christ bad boy a Ihivui had three troubles temptation to dissoluteness ami de thronement Wnat does he sa i I is onr refuge and strength a very pleasant help in time of trouble Therefore will not we fear though the mountains be cist mio the midst if you I -Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Watch Out other baking powders are recommended or urged upon you in place of the Royal reject them It is unsafe to substitute any baking powder in place of the old standby the thoroughly tried Royal The official reports show that all others are cheaper made powders of inferior strength and contain lime alum or sulphuric acid ROYAL BAKING M OTHERS 1 FRIEND IF peddlers in your kitchen In grocery stores in cooking schools or by hakir Pasha - en route to with a fine Damascus blade sent by the sultan to the German emperor Hedieal Inspector Frank I V stationed at Iortsmoutn navy yard died from an apoplectic stroke It is reported that there has been fighting between the Rriti h naval force and the natives ot Brass I Africa Guinea arc Jason Decatur Hi senator and ex ranroad ami warehouse commissioner died in Chicago of pneu- Â¬ dis- monia complicated with Bright I Is a scientifically prepared lini ment and harmless every ingredi- f recognized value and in onstant use by the medical aro-It shortens labor lessens pain dimishes danger to life ot - MOTHERS maiej TOfc free con matiori and fen K t s- i fe jm - nt t r Express or m mt i on tempt of price tt perbott e Solby 1 BBADFIELD RE01 IATOR CO Atlanta ia t POW0E ST NEW VQUK r Kit IIM fathers house are found mangled and ini th iii ns ne of the a ui lv a lit mi their Rowland A E Carse hn A Mention I V ml was infpst- - few people dared much rner or attack Iarkes Treasurer Iattie Clerk CHUECS EIEECTOET MK I STEPHEN D PARRISH ATTOMXEY AT LAW Ki KMM- it As a it one morning n as tracked in thi ll had been tit on its devouring1 rol HOIlIs South S - - - KfclN tor Rev uoid A M E Church Redd uid fourth and tilth Sund in each Sunday it II a 7 tn 1iayer meetings a Jay s Sabbath school 30 C H BRECK Pastor Kn 11 vices first and third I Sundays ATTORXEY AT LAW K K M I kV g and ntgbt Prayer saeet- night mate W Sunday aiternoon to M - E Church South Pas- - J A SULLIVAN ATTORXEY AT LAW KlM I Pas- - ervice first Sunday morning and tutirtli Sunday morning and Pravei meeting every alternate Sunday I K ji school eyery li and nam am I HOGG TTOkXEY LAW - KKSBYJ EBIaW it g Richmoi RkiiMOnii KlNIlcKY urs every Wednesday Richmond Second Presbyterian I McKee tor Kc Service 11 ir 7 am V B SMITH ATTORXEY AT LAW - awford S S Rev A and fourth and Prayer Richmond - Kkmicky ricad uf mji at 6 o day at 10 a in ri cry ig Sun House second and fifth Rev Win Sunday Formans sville P2TSICL1TS Chael fourth Sundae Pastor Crow j 1 First and third Sun B03KEPATHIST bm i isi Kentucky Ricumomu Pastor Richmond nd Third Saturdays an Sundays r I hr a pccool 9 a m each Sabbath ilty Oftuc trcct 34- Praver meeing each Thursday night Richmond Piedestmarian Pastor Rev E H Burnam Second Saturday and DR H R GIBSON id tiHirth Sundav Pli Y8H IAS AM SllHi Ens colored Pas Kentucky Saturday RicHMOMW M Campbell Third each month a a m and alto and 7 p m on SunIlins boildiac 11 wmi I I 1 ashbaughil r - day Creek Pastor Rev R L Am Fourth Saturday and following av - IK A II STEWART Wills lHYSK LAX AND 8DMGEOX Saturday and following Sundav KlN KlCHMoNI rk Pastor Rev I 1 Wills Saturday and Sundav Min Kract over Cuin Orrice Waco Pastor Rex T H Campbell ta cloilnii siuic Rcsidcw t 01 J Sunday and preceding Saturday Red Lick Pastor Rev R L Am Strct Saturd Sunday and precedinjj urday A KENNEDY DM Fonnans CtuMyal First Saturday and PMV8ICLLN AM SURGEON Rev R L Amhise Pastor iv firs Saturday Richmond Cat Kentucky - indav Pastor Rev Win Rupard L nited Goodloes Chapel Speedwell street up Oflhe in Smith Building No 204 M s IjPastor H Dunsoii First Sat- stairs Office notirs l to I aiii urday and Sunday in each month Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Than Sat- DR JOHN M POSTER urday and Sunda 1HYSK 71V AMD 8GMQBON Havs Fork Third Sunday and prece- Saturday KENT1 ChY RtCHMOMO Second Saturday and Pilot Knob Sunday Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Rev At uatw Main Kirksville brick church Mp stir- - wmtimmt anti 1 illUC T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A lone tidav and preceding Saturday 0 W KVANS M D Jay and KkliMUNU KtMlKY UlsyllLEl- - of iHKIbT tttlTtrrl Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre o ceding Saturday Pastor L H Rewiolds SuadayJ W Harding es wilt fiiii Glade Third Sunday and preceding Fldei Cartwright ia sirctt Sunday and Kirksvil ding Saturday Joseph Baiii TAYLOR DR r Mt Pleasant Second and lourth Sun Hiil Sttp ri days and preceding Saturdays Pastor Sabbath school 10 a KlCHMoM KtNlCKY Rev 1 I 4- I 111 Â¬ Â¬ 111V Â¬ tn Mt Zion First and foutth Sundays and Saturday preceding third Sundav Pastor L H Reynolds Richmond F Smith Elder W aes every tn Sunday at anu 730 p m Sunday Khool at m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 Sccoid Sunday le Oak Pond r L H Reynolds Second Sun- In ion C dai in each month and Saturday precedElder W S Gamboe Pastoi ing 1 I Store 0c VETERINARY Yeajer irtet Jewelry 3- - CHA8 HOOKER SURGEON imarp CM iry and Sterilit Mam St over Uick Im Morning service and sermon at 11 oclock Evening aervice and sermon at s duriitg tle winter Ladies Soci ty 011 Friday at z p m L M Wil Kector HOLlt T Rev F het Ma- Kichmoi B and third Sunday at 10 a m Lecture and benediction on the I IIKlsl 1 HiKill TABLERSDII BUCK EYE OINTMENT iCURES H0TH1K6 BUT A t llUll PllfS the darkness bat at found by the impression of urfaee of Id beasl onml which way the came aad which way it had gone us undertaking bul Uenaiah the hero o the text arms himself with Mich weapons a those early clays af forded gunpowder having been ia- in a far sulxscqaent century by monk Iterthu til i man Schwartz Therefore without gun or any kind of tin arms Benaiah of the n the sharp text no doubt depended dire for his own d iter of the lion as he loll It may the track through the snow it m a javelin been knife but what Benaiah in weapons he will make uti in jth of arm and skill of stroke We must Put where is the lion The not get off his tracK in the snow as mail cisterns or pits for ug rain the rainfall being very rtain seasons and hence cisterns or reservoirs are digged I ions here and then- ami yonder have an instinct which seems to tell w hen they are pursued and this monster of which I speak re treats into one of these cisterns which nd is happens to he free of water there panting from the long run and licking its jaws after a repast of human flesh and after qaafing the red xintajre of human blood Benaiah is all alert ami comes cau tiously on toward tne biding place of this terror of the fields Coming to the of the pit lie looks down at the lion and the lion looks up at him What a moment it was when their eyes But while a modern Hit clashed haillu Gordon uumiing or Sir Samuel Baker David Livngstone would have just brought the gun to tilt shoulder i nd held the eye against the barrel ami baaaed away into the depths Benaiah with and finished he beavct only the old time weapon can do noth ing until he frets on a level with the beast and so he jumps inlo the pit and the lion with shining teeth of rage and claws lifted to tear to shreds the last vestige of human life springs for the man while Banaiah springs foe the Iwast Bat the quick stroke of the edge flashed again aim again and again until the snow was no long er white ami the right foot of triumphant Banaiah is half coveted with the tawny mane of the slain horror of Palestine and Now you see how emphatic tragic and tremendous are the words He went down anil slew a of my text Why lion in a pit in a snowy day put that in the Bible Why put it twice in the Bible onee in the Book of SamneLaad here in the Book of Chroa ob the practical leaauns are an mam for you and me What a cheer in this subject for all those of you who are in conjunction of hostile Three things were against Benaiah of my text in the moment of combat the snow that impeded his nielli the pit that envioroued li in in small space and the lion with jaws aad uplifted paw Arid yet J hear the shout of Benaiah victory Oh men and women of three troubles I could stand one and I You say think I could stand two but three are ist one two niunx There is a man in business pei itv and who has sickness in his farm ad old ag e is waning on Three troubles A lion a pit ami a snowy There is a good woman with day failing health ami a dissipated three trou band and a wayward bo Thero is a yoSOag man salary cut down bad cough frowning future three troubles There is a maiden with difficult school lessdaa she caa not pet a face that is not as attractive ue of her schoolmates a pr that through hard titases she must quit three school liefore she gr There is an author his manner of origina- n fore- nee a not which threatens parthumb ies There is a re of fine taste sent to report pugilism insceati ui an oi no o he hands in rejected because the paper last it is Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mother three troubles off the a ile march tn it my I the BEST THE CLIMU Printers doe the beat work and you igbt Give iny count on the pt Ernplov i BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD BT Alt TJaiOiarT ce 5 r 8URE Rnet CERTAIN CURE known tot 16 years as the xteaseSw portunity to play the hero ill stage Ired people to elap their ap all the gi r and a with sabers of lleintzeiman s envaarj charge tJo into the fight against sin on your own strength and the result will be tin- hot breath of the lion in your blanched face ami hi- front paws one on each lung Alas for the man not fully armed down in the pit on a snowy day and before him a lion All my hearers and readers have a big light of some sort on hand but the biggest and tne wrathiest lion which you have to fight is what the Bible ealK The roaring lion who walketh bout seeking w bom he may devour Now you have never seen a real lion unless you have seen him in India or friea just after capture Long caging breaks his spirit a mi the constant pres ence of human beings tames him Bel oti ought to see him spring against the iron bars in the zoological gardens of i alcutta and hear him roar It for tinprey makes ones curdle and you shrink back although von know there is no peril Iii tit v of lions in olden time Six hun- f them were slaughtered on one John Wesley bail three troubles ii in the presence of Pom pay in e tarnation bj felic the Roman amphitheater ions came ity fatigue from more sermons out ami destroyed the camels which preached and more mites traveled than carried the baggage of Nerxes army tlmosl any man of his time What In liibie times there were so many Iocs he say The besl of all is liod that they are frequently alluded is with Us And when his poet brothto in tin- Scriptures Joel the prophet I harles er Wesley said to him describee the cheek teeth of a great Lher John if the Lord were to lion and Isaiah mentions among the rive me wings Id By Johns reply at tract ions of Heaven that No lion was Brother Charles if the Lord be there and Amos swaks of a told me to My Id do it and leave Him shepherd taking a iambscar out of the lo find the w in mouth of a lion and Solomon describes lieorgc Whit field had three troubles the righteous as bold as a lion and Uejectlon from the pvlpits of England Daniel was a great lion tamer and Dabecause be was too dramatic that was vid and Jeremiah and St John often me trouble strabismus r the crossof this creature ted him to his eyes t h Bat most am I impressed by what t ik caricature of all the small wits of have quoted from the Apostle Peter ay vermin and dead animals w hep he calls the devil a lion That thrown at him while be preached 1 means strength hat means n the commons that made tiiree thirstiness That means cruelty blood trott tiles Nevertheless his sermons means destruction Some of you That have were so buoyant that a little child dy felt the strength of his paw and the ing soon after hearing him preach sharpness of his tooth and the horror saio in the intervals of pain Let me of his rage Yes he is a savage devil W hitetield s liod Oh lam He roared at everything good when fotoMr so glad that Benaiah of my text was Lord Claverhouse assailed the Cove Â¬ not the only one who triumphed over nanters and at Bartholomew against i lion in a pit on a snowy day the Hnrriienots one Auornst nirrlit Notice in my text i victory over bad when the bell tolled for vthe butchery It was a snowy day when weather gin and the ghastly joke in mes vitality is at a low ebb and the street was Bfood letting is goodthe in spirits are naturally depressand August and 50000 assassin knives me does not feel like undertaking a plunged into the victims enaiah rubs and Treat enterprise when has had unthis warm by extra der his pawmonster of the grand- his hams together to many friction or thrashes his arms around f all time and fattened with him to revive circulation of blood and the spoils of centuries he comes for then goes nt the lion which was all ou Hut I am glad to say to ali of llie more tierce and ravenous beeaane you who have got the worst in suci a if the sharp weather Inspiration struggle that there isa Lion on jur here admits atmospheric hindrance side if yon want Him Revelation v The snowy day at Yailey Forge well 5 A Tne Lion of tribe nigh put an end to the struggle for Lamb to us but aJudahs meet tuat Lion to American Independence The snowy other lion and 3 011 can easily guess lay demolished Napoleons army on the fight and who who will beat in way from Moscow Tin inclemency of will ne lieaten that When tyvo oppoVing lanuury and February weather has lions meet iu a jungle in India you can some years bankrupted thousand of not tell which will overcome and merchants 1ong succession of stormy overcome which will be They crippled innumerable sabbaths lias glare at each other for a moment and Lighthouses veiled by the hurches then with full strength of muscle they snow on many a coast have failed to dash against each other like two thun warn off from the rocks the doomed of colliding storm clouds and frigate Tens of thousands of Chris-Â¬ derliolts witii jaws like the crush of iva by the es nervous temperament lanches and with a resounding voice depression of a snowy day almost de that makes the Himalayas tremble ana spair of reaching Heaven Yet in that with a pull and tear and clutch ami style of weather Benaiah of the text trample and shaking of the head from achieved his most celebrated victory side to side until it is too much for mil let us by the grace of Bod necome human endurance to witness and victor over influences atmospheric If though one lion may be left dead the we are happy only when the wind blows one which has conquered crawls away from the clear northwest and the therlacerated and gashed and lame and is above freezing point and mometer eyeless to bleed to deatii in an adjointhe sky is an inverted blue cup of snn But if you and I feel ing jungle shiue poured all over us it isa religion enough our weakness in this battle of Thank liod there are temptation ami ask for the Divine K per cent- - off Christians who though their whole life help against that old lion of hell through sickness has lieen a snowy described in St Peter yvill go the lav have killed every lion of despond stronger Lion described in Revelation ency that dared put its paw against and it will le no uncertain grapple It was a snowy day but under one I Hnnipotent stroke the their suffering wnen the pilgrim fathers set foot not devouring monster that would slay our on a bank of flowers but on the cold soul shall go reeling back into a pit New England rock ami frosa a snip thousand times deeper than that in Â¬ that might have been more appropriwhich Dcnaiah slew the lion on a ately called after a December hurri day ane than after a Mayflower thcy snowy 1 wo eany Ilxt ixnati teli iook possession of this great contimorning- tires in the east end kept the And under more chilly worldly nent surroundings many a good woman has fire lads busy Saturday in Cincinnati taken possession of a whole continent Koth blazes were attended with excit-inevents and in one case two firemen if spiritual satisfaction valleys of peace and rivers of gladness and were badly Injured one probably fa Christ landed in taiiy The injured men arc Peter Weil mountains of joy jur world not in the month of May man driver of Rnjrinc Company Xo - Â¬ and Wat Knyart of the same com but in the stormy montn of December to show us that we might have Christ pany The formers skull Is fractured ia winter weather and on i snowy ami the latter s head is badly bruised aud bis nose broken lay rred Brooka ami sister Ella each Notice everything down in the pit that snow y day depended upon Kenai arred SO were killed Sunday by a Balti- Â¬ Ohio freight train at Mans- Â¬ There was as much more ahs yyeapon strength in one muscle of that lion as field O They were crossing- the track in a bnffry and were iround to pieces in all the muscles of Ixith arms of BeA weijrht dropped from the It is the strongest of beacta naiah and has iieen known to carry off an top of ages wel shaft uear Arcadia ox lis tongue is so rough tha it acts lml and graateg the shoulder of J K as a rasp tearing off the flesh it licks Johnson buried itself iu the ground The two great canines at each side of All the muscles crc torn from John shoulder the mouth make escape imtxissible for Andrew and William Jordan the anything it has once seied Yet Benaiah puts his heel on the neck of this leading groeerjrsaea at St Johns X Was it a dagger were both suffocated by charcoal fumes king of beasts I Was it a knife Was it a javelin enterin- their house from fires built cannot tell lint for that lSeuaiahs in a new building next to their body under one crunch of the monster dence for the purpose of drying the would have been left limp and am plaster And when you and At London Ky the jury iu the mur- Â¬ bled in the snow go lata the tight wit i temptation ii der case of Alex Tattle for killing After we have not the right kind of 1 weapon Speed Williams was dismissed being- out several days they failed tc id of our slaying the lion the It tn said eleven of the jury The sword agree iion will slay us Nothing iu earth were for hangiug and one for twenty of the Spirit before one years stand can hell Victory with that or no victory Five members of A I Slabacks family and a family by the name of Plumb at all By that I mean prwj confidence la His rescuing power sav- were poisoned at Nevada Mo by eat- Â¬ I do All who ate of the ing wild jiarsnips ing grace Almighty ib liveranee not care what you call it I call it parsnips were taken violently ill Doe And if the were called and the result of the sword of the Spirit poisoning can not be foretold of all the jungles of perdition once spring upon your soul j Emanuel Parker an ex L shot and eapoa of heavenly met his wife Carrie and brother-in-la- w it ust them back and cut Harrv Barnard and escaped ar-down and stab thcui through and them p isiie Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ luWTDCKY OTATE NEWS Prxsioxs were granted the other day as follow s Original Samuel L Uran iiicr iap Creek Wayne county James A Seay Willisburg Washington eoun- ty Renew il John H Smith Clipper Reissue- - eraelius Taylor county Ross Bear Wallow Barren county Vanhook Cjrtis Petra Bracken coun ty David Taylor Butnside Pulaski county Original widow etc - Sallic Wilson Liberty Casey county syvi SlnjUMK who escaped from the Boyd county jail a short time ago has been captured in West Virginia Ta Kentucky planing mill of Hen derson has made an assignment Ot Sami ti M Boom a lineal de scendant of the original Daniel Boone has announced himself a candidate for commissioner of agriculture on the democratic ticket TnW other aftcruoon a Negro at tempted to assault Mrs J El Morris i wife of a well to do farmer near Mr MDrris returning later went to the Negros cabin and shot him dead At the inquest Mr Morris was exonerated The Negro had his clothes packed evidently intending to flee Whmam and Lee Dually of Rath county got seven and six years in the Kentucky penitentiary for conspiracy in the murder of Kline the court of appeals afflr ning the lower court Rowiino irtFFx will have cheaper rates for telephone service beginning with April I After that date the service for private residences will cost H ant for business houses 2o per month Ax Fast Limestone cow chewed to-Â¬ bacco stalks and died Junm in the Allen circuiteourt sent one man to the penitentiary for two year- - for murder and another for two years and one half for stealing two pieces of bacon and a ham A aiikifss child left in charge of her baby brother at Aberdeen allowed the youngster to get near the tire Its father Lewis Law ill returned in time to see the ch Id burned to death before I es Imict the new law the nearest justice f the ptace has to be called in to preside when the county judge is sworn off the bench 110000 bridge will le constructed across Kagle creek near Worthville to connect Oyvea and Carroll countTiik fact has been developed at Ow enslioro that several distillers have paid no taxes to the state for several ears and th s auditors agent is getting after them The delinquency of the Rock Spring Distilling Co runs through tiTe years and amounts to Twer ty per cent penalty must 19100 be added to this The company is preparing to settle R Monarchs three cistilleries are delinquent to the amount of 560O0 which with penalties will be 17200 These have made no report in five years Others are being investigated and it is believed the state will recover 510000 or 512000 in Da vies county alone Thf Hoyd couuty jail is in such a dilapidated condition that the county has employed a guard until the struc- Â¬ ture can be rt paired Joki Mt Kinnfy has been elected chairman of the Trigg county demo- Â¬ crat ie committee Ihk Montgomery county grand iurv l an miliifmuntc ri vnlonlf cm vii luuii liny uiii iw-- uv vii during its recent session JOB Daao the Madison county school teacher who was supposed to have been drowned in Silver Creek some time ago has turned up in an- other part of the county and is now teaching school on Pussey Ridge about three miles from Valleyview A i osi orFitK was established at Van- cleavc Calloway county aud Kom ulus A Phillips was appointed postÂ¬ Â¬ Ful-t-iiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i aBB ky 1 Â¬ QNE MORE WEEK Congress Far Behind With Its Appropriations International Monetary Cooferseue looking- to the hnlarged li- of silver an Money Favoretl by senator silver - Men Kirilruir TtiN Such an Idea If all tiie ap- Â¬ be passed by this congress business yvill have to be rushed faster the coming week thar has Men the case before for years Not within recent memory has there been so formidable an accumulation of WysiiiM propriations are to Fen unavoidable work in of a session and that the fact that congress ling for two years in The most the closing days too in spite of has been dawdalmost continu--sioÂ¬ n Â¬ j tn Â¬ o- master John Yoino colored under seutence to be hanged for murder March l escaped from jail at Brownsville It is believed friends on the outside aided Jailer Lindsay at the time of the escape was absent from the jail endeavoring to get signers to a petition for a commutation A vfin of coal seven feet in thickness has been discovered near Gatewood in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1- Â¬ it bi ii5 Paviess county It is said that there are four babies iu the state peaitentiarv Three were born inside the walls The state loard of equalisation has gone far enough in its work on the last assessment to reach the conclusion that property ia the state has not as a rule lieen assessed for more than Rl per cent of its value Tiik mayor and city attorney of Owcnsboro havs appointed a commit tee to confer with the county judge with a view to purchasing the turnpikes that enter the city and making them free Thkre are more prisoners in the Nelson county jail at present than at any other time in the history of the county The jail is not large enough to accommodate twenty prisoners the present niiiuUr and the jailer has been compelled to parole several of them en Bikdioe of Lincoln county had two felons n one of his hands andhis wife was jathing them with turpentine when the bandages were g nited from a mttch with which he waa lighting his pipe The lingers were burned to the bne Jak T KK11KY of Randville Lewis county has beea granted a renewal of his pension Tiik Corapbell county jail has been condemned by Ihe grand jury The town trustees of Fairview Todd county have passed an ordinance re- Â¬ quiring telephone and telegraph companies to pay a license of 100 for erecting aud operating lines within the town IHtsosERJ hae accumulated in knp at Southland have concluded to and the for balls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sundry civil bill containing provisions for carrying on a greater variety of public enterprises than almost all the other bills put together has not vet been touched although in addition to the usual provisions there are clauses which relate to the finances and which under ordinary conditions would call for days of debate If the consideration of this bill is to THE MARKETS occupy its proportionate time as com pared with the unimtMirtant Indian hill which took up four days of the I Flo siirmff week just passed the 1th of March will fanc v mlly tSstey cut it through in the middle wint r pat--low trarte There are other bills including the family fJOj - is i sin - city 17u naval bill which will call for the most rye t IMX Northwestern r careful consideration The diplomatic iotableat n4c ontrack Wheat x bill containing the appropriation for The offerings were not large and tbre was but the Hawaiian cable is stli a bone of demand moderate market contention between the two branches fairlv s The on shelledwas les Ea- - corn was gra active of congress and there is no indication rather weak that it will be any nearer a harmonious Oats- - The receipts continued light The - feel settlement a week from now The market was quite acme t ing prevailed and prices were bareh week will be marked by tremendous pressure and there will be many lively Cattle Market steady Fair to good ship per encounters M i cboo m itmm butchers IS 0 415 con The action of the senate Saturday in shutting out the pooling bill deterweak Common and large Cm mines the programme for the remain- Â¬ tUt X7b fair to good der of the session The pooling bill Case The ma nas more powerful friends than any er Select aispers other measure of general legislation 10 before the senate and if it is unable to m Limks- - muster more than a third of the senate nunoo ton gixxl to choice IS i Btarhel ranibs in opposition to a comparatively unim- - to fair good Extra portant appropriation bill no other common OVlOiiS BB1 to to fair measure stands any chance among the BALTISIOHE Fi- essential appropriations which still re Wheat No 2 srot and Kobruar v Mav March main to be considered 4C The only case in which the senate No x Mixed spot may allow a change in this programme j 47S tT c March is in that bill or the resolution intro steamer nit Ted duced Saturday by Senator W oleitt authorizing the president to accept any mix do 33 c Kvi invitation which may be extended by New York Feb 3 anco uutruu an luivraa- onier nuiiuu Wheat Market dull and steady price un monetary conference tional chaniced Corn -- No Every member of the senate so far aic elevator afloat steamer mixed 19 Â¬ as known is in favor of au internationIkNo Z white 3fc No rbi Ovrs Nn al conference if there seem to be the cago 36c No 3 MM No 3 white 3Tt slightest possibility of action by such western white slate and wt a meeting looking to the enlarged use 384 tl ToLItio l Fo fs of silver as money and there may be lVHFit- No J red rash MV- Julr no opposition therefore to letting the August 55C4C f resolution come to a vote kx No I mixed cash C c No 2 yellow The significance of the resolution of- CfiC No 3 do tSlte Oats No trading fered at this time is that it comes from February and March 5i7 fiovERMEED a radical free silver senator The t Â¬ friends of free silver have been insM CaTTLE Prime W clined to sneer at those who advocated good butchers M 00a435 rouxh fat 1 steeri R3063W an international agreement but who falr light Phllacielpbias I430fc43Y best mixed Hois refused to vote effectually for bimetal- Â¬ ro best Yorkers HI54 I 3 pigs and lism fair Yorker 405i41i Shekp Kxtra S330il10 good 9X31 They ridiculed the possibility of an fair ft40iim common llOOitiOO best lambs International agreement and described JolSiij53i common to fair I it as an ignis fatus behind which pro- Â¬ BcTTalo N Y Feb v fessed friends of bimetallism were CTTCE Fat bulls mo 390 fair uu n trailing into tie morass of a single SeTt fair to good fat cows 30 3- rockers Mtf4S good medi im gold standard But the developments owid heavy J4S0 435 of the last fortnight in Germany and tOy s xn fAMBs p tme Kngland have changed the sentiment VflO heep to choice alahwtwfc lamb Sf C good fair of Senator Woleott and those who think LM culls and common 100fc400 mixed 903400 iheep f340i3s5 extra fat cills with him export ind common fl 50rcj33 They now look forward with consid at f400i4i3 extra Hsu erable hope to the posibility of action CmcAio Feb 3 by Germany at least in the way of in- Â¬ Flour winter paterts Cash limitations WOfl3 V No i L5 spring patent ternational arrangement and there is oring wbeat iionii- a strong feeling that the Inited States spring wheal ti c Ilea may join with Germany France and mlNoyilow 0 c No i oats SSc No 2 No other silver using countries in reci- Â¬ vhile 31 vSMJie No white 3nrT32c Ne 4e procal treaties which will take no ac- - lyc 51c No i barley 53 51 IsiilAKAPOiIs Ind I count of the position of England 4 ot much reliance is placed on the 11 stCatti E Good -export 3 10rai 3 medtv a I 00 movement in the English parliament or bimetallism but is thought that a general understanding among other nations may in time bring Great Brit ain to a realization of the force of the silver sentiment as to give the bimet- Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- appropriation bills have not been panned The important of the Fire destroyed part of Prince Fried rick Augustus palace in Dresden The whole collection o curios which he brought back from his eastern travels was ruined A dispatch from Tangier says that reliel tribesmen have entered and loot Â¬ A British ed the civ of Morocco has arrived at Tangier from liioraltar Daring thieves stole a Inited State Kx press afe from one of the com- Â¬ panys wagons at Detroit Mich but failed to secure the contents A by several detectives and policemen finally disclosed the safe under a box car It had been dragged four hun- Â¬ Express officials decline to dred feet state the value of the safes contents Thomas Frederick an old stonema Â¬ son of the village of Mendon 11 during the past week When iiis chil Â¬ dren began to search his effects they found in an apparently discarded bu- Â¬ reau 85500 in gold all in Knglish coin consisting of sovereigns guinea- crowns Ihev also found V50 in Inited states greenbacks sewed in his ing At Cleveland OX Lafayette Prince the wife murderer was sentenced hy Judge Noble to be hanged on M Princes crime was one of the most His wife had left brutal ou record him because of ill treatment and upon her refusal to return to him Prince se- Â¬ cured an ax and after decoyin wife to the street literally chopped her to pieces man-of-w- WLDouclas CI CUAC WWynVsa steTX 3 m T- 43m Fine ZAuUUmmt 3MP0LICE35OLES CORDOVANr - ft rrtflfif rrt riM riT IS THE BEST FOR A KINS 2S2W0RKINry tXTRA FINE- 2l7BaYSSCKttiHltt -- o LADIES-2lT- BEST st CATALSCUE L OOUGLAS bhwwk end roe W L Douglas vrviAao Over One Million People wear the 3 All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the beat value for the momty hey equal custom ehoea In style aael At n lr wearing qualities are unsun The Drier are uniform -t From Si to St aaved oer ether If your dealer cannot supply you we can SoSd by 4 Shoes we JACK 7ESXA2T Eichmond Sy GarnettHouseSaloon W STUART JONES Proprietor Pure Whiskies Brandies 1 Winet c -- raised 2oc pe wi1 brreaftof sell pure year-old Jett whiskey at 2 2 er ga I Im - the services of Mr Kobt Terrill as bartender who will be pleased to have his friends call and see him i f 40- - llT MINES Harnett House Saletr jo awpvawhapaaxnwww In Poor Health means so much more than 1 you imagine serious and i fatal diseases result from trilling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health cut of sorts weak If yrytareeltnT 1 Browns Iron a generally ex hausted tie have no appetite and cant work II onre tak ing the mo ble medicine ters 4c Diners M- s- BwnSK A few bot Â¬ tles cure benefit ines from the erv M lose it h pleasant to take Uetk M and its r It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments i Dyspepsia Neuralgia - Â¬ Womens complaints it has crossed red others are sab- rec trpt of two 2c stamps we will send set oi Ten Beautitul Worlds Fair views jn book free ia hues op the armiAM Het onlv the e muine w l ii W rwpxrrat SVVVVvNSNVS m m- - iok im 1 City Property - -- FOR graci----ilo- SALE I have a Fine New Residence situated on Bioadwiy and some very i desirable lots Â¬ on different streets in the best neighborhoods in town Also houses and lots on public corners Also lots suitable tor liTery Stables Mule Sheds Stock Tens or Manu ur further description call on factories I H POWELL at Climax Office allists there the superiority FRCITSOT THL liOMi - THE SALE j Wasuixiton- Feb 35 The amount of gold coin received by the govern ment on account of the recent gold purchase is 82Ji75T0 which has been deposited as follows cents omitted 104 New York 1S9102I0 Baltimore Philadelphia Boston 5101494 44 S2rVl67 San Francisco Utajaa de pository banks 9MwMM RANSOM CORNER SALOON Â¬ SfC KKUS Washington Feb 25 The president Saturday nominated Hon Mat M Ransom senator from North Carolina minister to Mexico to succeed the late Â¬ fRAT KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when lightly usea The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with leaf expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting ia the form most acceptable and pleas- Â¬ ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and wet with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kid- Â¬ neys Iaver and Bowels without weak- Â¬ ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance Minister Issac P Gray The nomination was received by the senate at 125 oclock The entire senate with two or three exceptions joined in the recommendation of the appointment Is located on the corner of First and Irvine streets They have 14 year old An- Â¬ derson county and home made whiskies Fresh beer dailv from the city All sees and kinds of Wines Brandies and Wa- Â¬ ters and can furnish any amount from a spoonful to five gallons at lowest your buggy or tend it at the bar or That fine big good to your house looking polite John Mershon will wait on ou with pleasure 47 - L T WILSON Prop Washington Feb 5 The jury in the case of Capt Howgate charged with embezzlement Sunday returned a verdict of acquittal Linxji Rock Ark Feb 23 jury in the case of ex State Tre Ex Treaiiurer HOWGATF AtgtlTTKI Woodruff Keuteuced The William E Woodruff for emb tnent reached a verdict late Saturday night finding him guilty and as sessed his punishment a imprisonment He in the peuitentipry for one year tried twice before failed to feesl for BoCBBux In CAH WI OBTAIN A PATTMT COPYRIGHTS VM toMtarletlysiiaxMiiMlsl A tonssTMst rnniii niina Paiewta and htm to ataosaa seat ttwaTih a a awuttsraewtaapaaxas wit n m ISnn h Mass Fecial nastaetatsw SciearlSe At ns sre ceoucut wtty l onl mrt to Sh lav SSMSiWa UaaaWaSof M a -- tratilas Wr fCaia year In tie Btsxeta - nated a car loac corn orado sufferers Go only whore name i hi is as 1 nsaas sty nuaahar llsISS itni pastas Ia asSsra ana phoaaBssmts ot wm E- - to the Col auaa a x sllhpl an wtai BatuAwax- - THE CLIMAX riBllnllED INFKV WBDMBDAT BT f GEMS OF THOUGHT THOSE SENSATIONAL REPORTS KKV The Climax Printing KHK I Co i d IKUK Kl YKAK 150 AEVERTISIFG EATES -z- The same self respect which prevents an honorable man from doing in secret that which he would lie ashamed to du openly should also prevent him from tulerHtiiijr within himself a single wish which hi liest jndgment dissprovee or In- - higlit t moral conception repudiates The influence of the social tuirent has the same effect upon human nature as that produced by the onstaut friction of the sea uioii the pehles ou the beach Rough corners are polished and sharp ancles smoothed down into symmetrical lions u mav be itult tied by many ac- Marriaaja in particular tal causes W ABJCOLD n CEN MFTHODIST iiI I o j8 fj is a kiud ot counter ajiotheosis asa deifi- inverted When a man becomes familiar with his goddess she cpiicklv jnkH into a woman ii -a ii urtTjuiu iiacrr iidi h uir man r 1 11 1 i- nervous exhaustiou and other phjsi pw recks wc might tind that more of them are due to the lack of systematic methods than to the actual excess of ul lalnii AY Ill t Friendship hath the skill and observation of the bet physician the diligence and the vigilance of the beat nurse aud tin- tenderness ami patience of the best mother- - Minuy South Â¬ that may be that the government - HELP THE SI KHKING WESTERN FAKMI B Tbia Through a failure of crops the people in some of the Western States are in a deplorable condition There has w ire report r been such widespread suffering arc st tough- in and many must starve or freeze to death ed Ml utiii ss charitable people render quick ry to build the line and have and generous relief The editor of this it we do in his effort to do his mite offers meat enter panel to donate hKi annual subscriptions at jl It and o iated hv each lo this cause vv illi t This We ask that farmers live stock owners annexation anl untiliirur j lie i ti rtluinrr at protectorate hi number of of suliscnptions for Inaim of ims piis e i ne nrsi vnv iwtii from subscriptions will be forwarded to ii lis ii w a- - nipped in the hill Wi i I Mi organizations where help is taken the stale II l needed Cleveland and Seak to ynur friends and make tip a ning of clul If no other way remit for five or ten and instruct us to send the magazine ire to r iiieuds What you do must lie lieu t lUickly to aid those who cannot help ti ilitlll- The Industrial American will forward nations sent to its care and request that Mer- - tu give to this cause what they in I I cell-iii-i- Iv much the II ill i rc lllsll out We ask oiii exchanges to give such publicity to our offer through their columns as they deem it merits All suliscnptions and douations wiil be pulili hed in these columns and sent those making them Again k fur quick action I to do t - ruer Ki i lit lt I 1 ilrup H I vir- re - Minu lit payuoie ot iv negisteieu Letter v Industrial Anierican Lexington a HER ONE GRAVE FAI I - II Uil- -- men Then m a knock at the pearl gates iaiadise and w heu the gatekeeH r beautiful girl sland ing there mav I come in asked the beautiful giil It your record is clear you mav re-I will have to lied the gatekeeper ik it III up tiling that it his p in ii the prom- - ll TIME ill en the irity and the rant of - the truth lungs ii will wiiidei i how ther gentheir fathers -- uch men invariable in its hat the indi - pptiea ition that uiething for nothing giief In individual life there must leile Those who t cut dollar ihel individual ng an inherent house was full to overflowing a well-avertised minstrel troupe could scarcely muster a corporals guard tiota hem sinners weic convicted ami converted The formal professor was awakened and for his keys sought salvation The lukewarm were she is cheerful and never has de aroused and quickened into new life seen led to gossip continued the recordThe worldly minded vere separated from She nevei wore a big hat in ing angi the world and are now noble workers lor a theater aud always said Thank you A God ball attempted during the w hen a man surrendered his seat in a Christinas holidays was a signal failure street Note well again The work took hold Get out the finest diamond studded of all the churches and about llll per harp at nice exclaimed the gatekeeper sons prasssasd conversion and sanclitica as he hastily put the kev in the lock tiou Fatally alters were erected and Wait cried the recording angel aadV pcr oiis began working praying and tesdenlv as he turned over a leaf It will tifying who never did so before Some never do to give her a harp members of Churches that Oppose the Whats the matter asked the gate doctrine of sanctifleatioa have been so keeer full of eariiestne since the meeting Why shed thrum us all out of lara that it has been a question what to do I find bete that she has a record dise with them The suggestion has been i p uiniing a piauo in a flat building made to some of them by some of their and singing Mc iinty aud Annie Rooney fellow members that they leave and go tor an average of seven hours a dav to other churches but they do not want What a narrow escape we have had No wonder they are thought to exclaimed the gatekeeper as he put the be crazvl No less than fifteen of the key ring liack on the hook liest men and women in Stanford have d i Â¬ Â¬ Then in referred the matter to the re conhug angel with a reaaaat fat an iin luediate report caatifnl and kind reported oidiiig angel She is devout aud much for charity ug less than a gold harp for ber said tin- gatekeeper as he looked around Dear Brother Meek Your letter of inquiry concerning the Can adine meet- Â¬ ing and the sensational reports that have been sent out in regard to it reached me at a time when I -- ould not make an immediate reply Just up from an attack of biliousness which prostrated me for several days I was to weak to uudertake a presentation of the iacts in the case But I take advantage of the first op Krtunitv to say that I have seen but few of the dispatches that have gone out to the secular papers Those 1 have seen land the paragraph from the Danville Adviicate to the effect that six or eight homes in Lincoln county have been made sad to a heart rending degree as a result of the Canadine meetings in Stanford is a fair sample are utterly untrue The average newspaper man is nothing i he is not sensational The avidity with which he grabs at the faintest shadow of a sensation his ability to magnify a molehill into a mountain and the oracular manner with which he can sjieak concerning things he knows noth ing alHiut are among the wonders and should le counted among the curses of the age It is a fact well known to all who are familiar with the history of the Church that no great work of Ood was ever wrought that did not stir up opposition and bring forward a horde of traducers and enemies of the cause It has been so from the beginning Sotne said Christ was beside Himself and others erucitied Him as a malefactor The Aostlcs on the day of Pentecost were drunk Paul was mad and they called him a loot The astir Church counted ts martyrs by the million Luther and Hi use who stood with him in the great Reformation were regarded as enemies bv a fallen ami godless Church and manv of them gave up their lives for the faith Weslev and his noble workers were not only caricatured and abused but were moblied by infuriated men who were instigated and led by the English clergv and their lives were often endangered The whole history oi Methodism has basal marked by a record of npfrnerrirmri and uerseea And if any person thinks the tioiis teiniier of the world and unspiritual Christianity has rhiajrod fat him go into some neighborlnxHl where but little is known of real salvation and let him lie gin with earnestness to call men to and press home their guilt and condemnation ujion their consciences If it should happen that little is done little will lie said about it It you take it out in talking it is wonderful how much the world will stand Bat let the Word take effect and let men liegin to renounce the world the rlesh and the I evil and to experience in their own personal consciousness the power of dod unto salvation and it will soon le found t Out there is no lack of ungodly disciples ot Demetrius w ho when their craft is endangered and fhe hope of are ready to raise their gains is gone Nor will there be any scarcity an uproar of sulsiisa Scribes and Pharisees who doubtiug whereuuto this may grow are ready to impiison the man who is turning the world away from themselves unto Christ So it has proved in Stanford Dr Caria dines meeting was a great meeting No man ever got hold of the community as he did No house in Stanford would hold his congregations By use of chairs we accommodated about 030 persona but every night many were turned away froiu the door One night when the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ her After Dr Carradine left she-- was present at two or three services bnt took no prominent part and manifeste no special interest in what was going on could Only ignorance or maliciousness think of attributing her trouble to the meeting A to Dr Carradine he is a prince among preachers I do not know that I have ever been associated w ith a man who impressed me more deeply and more favorably He is a brilliant but thorough iv consecrated man and what is better he is a man of Hod and the power of God ie upon him I think I know something of preacheis and of preaching and I must sav that have never rn en thrown with a man who spent as much time in prayer and iu whose ministry there was so much of the divine energy In tiie pulpit he is polished aud graceful in every move ment and in every utterance I Id is entirely free from clap trap and rant and never manipulates in order to secure results During the twelve days he was in Stanford I do not remember that he made a single direct appeal to the people OT repented an invitation to come to the altar He content himself with preaching the Gosel then relies upon the power of truth and the Holy ibost to do the work There isS continual recogni tion of the fait that a revival is not to be worked up but must be brought down and God honors his prayer and faitti In ha presentation of a subject he n Straightforward simple natural He is wonderfully apt chaste forcible in illustration anl does not hesitate to suit the action to the word when occa sion demand- - but so striking apt and graceful is the actiou that the attentive hearer will never forget the puint and will be hypercritical instead if he objects to the manner iu which it is pttsented When he has preached he simply gives persons an opportunity to come to the altar for prayer and instruction There is no going out through the audience no catch propositions no persistent urging no manipulafiou whatever At the altar the usual methods are used but reliance is on earnest prayer and instruction by competent advisers Of course Dr Car adine prune has the doctrine of sanctiticatiou as a second work of grace preaches it with power and many profess the blessing uuder his teachings When first heard bin i was with many doubts and misgivings as to his teachings and work but alter listening carefully with Bible in hand to mole than thirty sermons I am prepare to sav that he is a nam of God a mighty preacher and is doing a great work If anv man wants a deep thorough genuine revival I com mend to him Dr Carradine The effect of his work upon our church here has been most gracjoos indeed Stanford Kentucky I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ exercise of such authority if it existed It is not probable that such deficiencies will occur during the remainder of the cut tint fiscal year as will exceed the balance on hand and it is estimated that during the next fiscal year the receipts Surely will exceed the expenditures that ought to be sufficient to silence the deficit croakers The iill for the unlimited coinage of silver did not reach a vote iu the Senate although it was demonist rated that it was supported by a substantial majority When the bill was reported to the Senate it was understood that it allowed to be voted iifion in order to put the Senate on record but after trying to force a vote bv a protracted session the bill was sent to the calendar it having been shown that no v te could be reached was to Vie and a lox squirrel a few days ago Game is plentiful Miss Ellen Breach Yaw the new prima donna was here the 18th under the auspices of the lady managers of the Cluldrens Home It was the rarest musical treat Tampa has ever known Miss Yaw is only 21 a slight bit of a girl and lacks most in volume in the lower register Also probably iu sympa thetic qualitv She has a wonderful range lour full octaves She sang Russian Nightingale aud Alabiefls proved her powers every note of which fell clear and pure This reminds me to say that I tind few bass voices in the south I cannot tell all I have to sav in this 6o with best wishes for success and go d I will close wishes for Old Grumbler A Ckackek Â¬ BEFORE had spent hundreds of dollars TRYING various remedies and physicians none of which did me any good My tinger nans came on and my hair lame out leaving me I then went to perfectly buld could get relief from a most horri- Â¬ ble Mood disease I I nngw FRESH r ar I i- - Honinc to be cured bv this celebrated treatment but very soon became disgusted and decided to TRY enev i was i ne truly wonderful commenced to re cover after takinc the first bottle and bv the time I hac tkn twelve bottle I uas entirelv cjrei cured bv S S S when Hut Spr njrs had filled UT CDDIMOQ - w QHHk L a t 66660- - 0c - MEATS ttrnk tin- gyyiri 1 ATJWJUNCANOLDJTAND I the rrld renownest WM S LOOMIS Shreveport U Our Book on the tliteaee end ttiTreetment mailed Bnm ro en addreu SVVIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga We will akrsya keep far Choicen Meats ami Pot1- - Kr the Climax NEW YORK FASHIONS FLORIDA sranra Florida fair Florida K wigwams fifa tiiy talc is told How when the- Red Adam journeyed oer nd inlicritaiKe from shore to shore He turned distraught with g reed as well as pride To Him the lireat Wclouchah ti his t Ml y t so fur A land as ovc and Iower in prethen He Wctoacjkak brought Wli fuu arm Mitinetuitl j oceans deep A rur pi mnsulir where mss dripel vdei ind deer mil hiding quails Where ihiaiaf he h oa oral pillars stood Aim lo rivers spirlled through the Anl where Ii m red day hill witll jassaminc row tied ccn lorn lotlotn and tfouerv mound an Mtnneoinkas slietly hank bright in beauty sank the mm is bird sang with sweetest throat ere made i otleru brccacs played And oof noha shade Red Adam name twas noneless when MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QlMl IT kkiOn new waists ami skikts millinery coioks crinkled surface is the prominent feature in handsome Spring materials and turrows indentations puckered stripes or wavy irregularities of every description give the stamp of Fashion to almost all uevv wool fabrics The most varied illustration are in erepons which certainly overshadow other dress goods ioi the time being and price is graded according to Ihilliness or indentations some varieties having a waving Bavadere or leugthvvise stripe but for convenience the term Alligator crepon is generallv applied where no distinct design is apparent A coarse thread network on the wrong side prevents these various cor- Â¬ rugations from pulling out of shape aud iu high class erepons colored linings woven at the back rellect very prettily through the black or colored exterior a ikavii vied scarai belongs lo less expensive erepons which are usually in black or one color but two or three hues are interwoven w ith beautiful effect iu very eiensive styles Shepherd checks and Oxford suitings iu blue brown or gray will rival rough Cheviots for early Spring as the tailor Biadetonnai tx convenient and trim to pass out of style but besides these various fabrics Lord A Taj lor are show ing black or colored erepons lortv two inches wide at 100 jer vard Granite mixtures prove the still strong demand tor two tone fabiics and although plain cloths exist they were nevei before iu BO small a miuoritv A Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREW U us Ieef Pork ltuili V al S the rKT sea mi We will sell at price- - as low a the lum t ami Laid fhirketis etc We also continue to liaiullc arm Prulm r t all kiiuK S brintj on Yon Duck- - Kg anl r mir Turkey IluVkeiis will find - at J W Doncnna I1 taml tir t ilom- wt st of Hasans diiiti sinre Main treet trv aI Veir-rall-- s ti- -- -- VERMIFUGE YEARS Has led ell WORM Remedies BOTTLE HOLD FOR BV 20 EVERY SICHAHWWW PrcDBrd Iit 1HHC1M AIi GUARANTEED BK170GI8TI4 ST I Oi I KKEE TO CHKISIIAN KNOKAMlKKKS The eonuetin Caucasian louche the glen This lan i of warmth ol fertile ground So bright in color and so sweet in sound Was called one day by Spaniard hold iSa fair Florida ae sie Mis 1 V E flKEW WASHINGTON LETTKR IN STATE law a ii - ami the country lit brings all the woes that ii na- - almost as truit as its actual relizatiou and al araaaiat to pay is I thing ior tin coiin the rant and in spite and strong ii helm to keep the ship from Through two yearn of the truth held it own and when the eiei le shall at tin- whole couutrv will leas the iiiiu wlio have national dishonor aud STERLING r hauk- - The remains ji Minister Isaac V iray arrived in Indianapolis at S oclock on the -- 1st instant and were received with appropriate honors hv his fellow citizens in the Hoosior Capital The eaaaa containing the body rested on a box in the middle of tf e tuneral car and was covered with wreaths of rloweis all faded and withered but still slowing traces of their loveliness they were of varities not common to this lati tude and bore cards silken banners and scarfs with inscriptions from the douors The largest wreath was decorated with a silken banner on which was printed in golden lettci- Cwerpo lhploniatieo A sugaendo Cblaaa el Honorable and on the other side laaac Iis y itrav I loi Ml Miuistro los Kstado Unidoa de America mother beautiful wreath couiosed of hllids and immortelles with a white or kinmy silken scarf was from President Ihaz and the attached card read Oarmen K W n oi Xeuia es anaaaaar orks hut lor large public itnpioi rday Mr ii is engaged in iii tailiiig a water ant aud liiiL Ky wl rable state of affairs exists le ause oi the hi in Blair altogether with iuig said he the peipie are Bat onh Iwnorable and 0g jr tiejr 11 il and hospitable as inaa but The facts are that anv troubles originating in neigh Mttle1 counties uufot- aaaaaly tling are too often in that town Mouigouj rv roancr means the leu the fanton- aa aaaaajaa Bow- i reigns and prosperity elopraent of that immenaely undeveloped sec is aore tc fothtw iv will lieThe the Isjdy was onveyed to the Capitol by the Grav Club a political organization and a military escort and iceixed by both branches of the icneral Asseuiblv It was deosited on the dais imuiediatelv underneath the dome The rotunda was beautifullv decorated floral offerings from Federal and Slate officials and from his hosts of personal friends tilled every niche Thousands a paaaia iewed the remains during the day and early evening passing through iu a double column The body was conveyed on Friday to Inion City and appropriate funeral services held iu the Opera House conducted by Rev H A McDonald of the Presbyterian church The Iemocratic State Committee passed resolutions expressing the high esteem iu w hich the memory of the de- ceased Statesman and diplomat was held and all persons without regard to party joined in paying the last respects to the departed leader aud honored fel Â¬ R de Diaz At 10 oclock Â¬ natural low citizen Thk prupneed tight lietween the man PluiiiititT and two wild cats at Vance Mstki irrB uf reiigiooa life burg in the Opera House ou the Llst aa returns to the home of hv parents was a liasco The cats cringing in the t i aoaaatowa Ohio She was a mem- - corner of the cage with fear as be enterline Convent or the last ed with only a riding whip as a weapon even years She gives aa ber reason The act was looked upon by toe 200 who becotn diasaliaitd and con- - witnessed the scene as very courageous u Tin- an ciiieutii TtitTI hip Ls wafefai in wild cats Â¬ 1 uali Kuiurer been reported insane brrsaati of their connection with the meeting As to the sensational rejHirts that hale gone out to the effect that many per ous have been driven into lunacy as a result of the meeting the only foundation for these reports lies in the sad fact that two ladies iu Stanford have recentlv aneenw demented Persons eager for a sensation aud those who were anxious to detract from the meeting without investigation or regard for the iacts at once made common cense in charging these trouble to what they were pleased to call the religious excitement attending the Canadine meetings As the matter went it grew not to six or eight as stated in the Danville Advocate but If they had stopped long lo fifteen enough to look into the matter they would have seen clearly that there was very little connection lietween thebe troubles and the Carradine meetings The statements I shall now make aie simply in the interest of truth and to pro tost the cause of Christ from misrepresentation and falsehood In a matter so delicate as this I have no desire to parade the misfortunes ol others iu the public priuts and could not think of entering into details and mentioning all the circumstances connected with the case I have no dantasftisn to conceal any fact but the families and friends of the afflicted ones have my sincerest sympa-thie- and they shall lie spared the mention of all that is not necessary to say purpose The first case is that of a most excellent lady who is a memlier of the Christian church of this place She has claimed the blessing of sanctiticatiou for two or three years She heard Dr Carradine but twice On account of sickueis and family cares she was unable to be present at any other service during the meeting She showed no svuiptoms of her disorder for several weeks after this Her mother and sister w ho have lieeu with her almost constantly says that her trouble was due to a combination of causes and the meeting at all This ought to lie sutiicieut Iu regard to the other case it is enough to say that her friends knew her condi tion several mouths before our meeting began and they know that her trouble is due to other causes When the meeting came on she refused to attend talked against the work and if reliable persons did uot hear Dr Carra- ser Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington DC Februarys Whcther intentionally or not matters little but that President Cleveland has by a few remark made to several gentle men ho called at the White House t pay him theii respects badly frightened the Republican leaders in Congri certain the callers in question were Representatives elect South and Corliss of Michigan and Tovvne of Minnesota After chatting awhile the President sigHow would you gentle nificantly said men like to begin your Congressional duties as early as March IV They declared they were perfectly willing f wait until December and were told by the President that renditions and not liersonal considerations must determine the time of the time of the meeting ngress Within an hour the conversation wa known at the Capilol and the Republican leaders iu both Senate and Douse had their heads together Although they have prnfienrd indiffer- Â¬ ence it is known that they dread an sx fcraaeasion beyond everything as it will quickly demonstrate their inability to legislate upon financial subjects They have been hoping that the gold received for the last issue oi bonds which tliey have so loudlv and hypocritically de liouin cd would enable the Treasuiy to pull through without au extra St and Ihat by next December there would not be such p ran hit Bend or legislation This scare is having one Rood effect It is making the Republicans assist iu pushing the appropriation bills through because they have an idea that the President would not object to Congress forcing au extra session by failure to pas- - them all The man who objects is now in his glory iu both House and Senate He can Mock small legislation at will as unanimous consent is needed to get action URUi any bill not having the right of way under the rules There is little probability of any snore iuiorttfft legislation except the appropriation bills Seuator Vilas of Wisconsin w ho made one of the greatest speeches of his life he spoke nearly four hour- s- in reply to the unjust and uupatriotic carping and insinuations of the Republican and Populist Senators concerning the contract made by Secretary Cailisle to secure gold for bonds refuted iu detail every insinuation that has been made aud made it plain to every unprejudiced mind that Secretary Carlisle acting in concert with President Cleveland had availed himself of even possible meaus to make as favorable a bargain as possible aud that no one else could have secured better terms Iroin the mn who controlled the gold wanted Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island who psrsf stud in interrupting Mi Vilas to say directly or to intonate that he could have got the gold cbeaier was well answered and the answer applies to all the other fault tiuders when Mr Vilas said If the transaction already accomplished and finished had put himself at one end of the Atlantic cable as the Secretary of the Treasury did and with the aid of the greatest bankers of New York had cabled as the Secretary did to every money market of the world trying in every way possible to get a reduction of the rate of interest he would have had a different opinion as to the nossibihtv of getting gold at such a price as lie wanted Then was no uncertain sound about secretary Carlisles answer to the Sen- ale resolution of inquiry as to the necessity for legislation authorizing the issue of Treasury certificates to meet a defiicit in the revenues which all of the Republicans and a few of the Democrats iu Congress have insisted would have to lie met and which had even been provided for in an amendment to an appropriation bill authorizing the issue ot 3 per cent loan certificates to the amount of 100- vv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Magazines and newspapers in the lollow aie being made from four aud a lisi to bene rates are for new seven yards ide but no absolute cer ling list subscribers or old ones re newing their tainty exist- as yet the latter width how iu ever shows off the ripples and cinves of subscriptions each payiuL one year advance new erepons to great advantage From llit W clly Coiriir l uriijl the extreme popularity of eretons it rat Oik miiuti Emiuirci may be anticipated that black skirts ithem M 141 with independent waists will be more Ik Woanaa IK it th Juurii1 17 worn than ever and a great partiality tl for the blouse front with closelv fitting ant is noticeable in new waists which ORDINANCE are not exactly round but just long enough to cover the skirt band The Be it ordained by the Board of Coonrosette has had its day and made its exit oilmen that all dealers in cigaiettes in supplanted by satin ribbon bows at the the city ot rJarrodabars shall repaired shoulders and a very large one at the tu pay an annual licen e of 10000 Auy waist on the left side Plain satin or person gniHy of a violation of this orDresden ribbon will be prominent trim- Â¬ dinance shall be fined the sum of 5000 mings but black or colored spangles oc lor each offense This ordinance is to ohopehaliga IstorpngS 1anasotlkec cup the foremost position particularly lake effect from its publication A D Punt Mayor Wcahyakapka and Thonofasa sa near for velvet or rich silk and are also sewed C11 vs CEkhmek Clerk on black satin riblwn in diamonds round which last I live Iivers Caloosahat Savin chee Fahkahnatchee Ichatucknee Fith or oval shapes and sold by the yard lachsatotee Sopeboppy etc ad libitum Incredible as it may seem sleeves will probably lie larger and as a natural con Had but we have to stand it We have 45 counties and several good sequence short capes will be the most sised cities ii which Jacksonville Key papular Spring wrap MKVVV IIA19 West Tampa st Augustine If nam nls I ofler for sale piivately my farm conTallahassee Sanford Palatka Orlando are sufhcieiitlv varied in shape twrt see taining acres of ianl over 100 of 2oJ teala feinandiini DeLand Apalachicola or color to suit all tastes Milan Leghorn which is bottom All of surl bad is rich and Green Cove Springs are the largest chip rough and lace straws usually com and very productive Said farm is situago to Tampa the county soat of bined with a second braid of opposiu ted ou the Kentucky River at the mouth I reek and has a good llillsboio county sometimes I wish to weave and crinkled or plaited edges arc of Drowning weather boarded log house also a shown in large numbers laraa round hirn and young orchard and is well good I saw of the cities again seak a light wa 1 also have hate with high crowns on the Gains terrd in Jacksonville as I came down 150 to 200 barrels of The land here is totally unlike any- borough order live or six fancy tonne corn some work inn es work cattle and sale mare thing in Kentucky The foundation is shapes a great variety of capotes sugar a tine youug saddle farm on onliberal at the farm Will let the terms BMStly ou this iu some places clay loaf crown walking hats and a legion of coral all on or address me at the UMAX ofand sand are spread one above the other medium sized shapes edged bv a rougl fice Richmond Kv tf THOS THORPE The soil is a loam of vegetable and min- straw box plaiting are at present leading eral matter Some places the true basis styles Pats fit leather straw is entire limestone crops out Northern Florida ly new glistening like jet and in smal is more hilly aid clayev than central and cords on a colored chip or as an edging South l lorida Low lands arc mostly or entire brim with contrasting crown the liest tannine lands These terms are the effect is handsome aud peculiar used and need explaining Swamp low Broad trimmings will be almost univerwet laud covered with vegetation or as sal aud flowers more in favor than any Robert J Burdette would say the home thing else Dresden ribbous however are nf the alligator and seventeen kinds of beautiful enough to prove a powerful Â¬ Such is the Indian legend of the birth ot tins peninsula desiie to give not advertising ami misleading statements but a truthful description of Florida in thk Series of letters I will state at the outset that I am an ex Madison creature and hv adoption am now a Florida Cracker as the inhabitants are styled A many ol my readers are no longer whining school boys thev have forgot ten the geography over which they spent so assay tedious Moments whin they wanted to sludv natural geography in the nearest pond or creek So by way of refreshing the forgetting faculties I will append a lew facts and figure Floiida is almost wholly a peninsula in the south eastern pari the United Mates bounded bv Alabama and Georgia on the north the Atlantic Ocean east of Mexico and Alabama ou and It contains about 54250 in side square miles It has lllRf miles of coast These ire dimensions i the state Length east to west u miles peninsula 105 miles north to south lit to ill miles peninsula 350 miles It is thus the Slat slate iu siae It has a numerous brood of islands under its care and jurisdiction 127 We arc also well watered The following are on our state maps 155 lakes 83 rivers and MM creeks I will not cause you to consult Webster or cms by giving nsssea Suffice the fol lowing as jaw breakers Lakes Hast Pocket Guide and Map of Boslos The Cub v ntion City The Passenger Department of the Bie Four Route have issued a very convenient and attractive Im ket Guide to the CUv of Busluii which will be sent fiee of charge lo all members of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor vi ho w ill send ilnec two cent stamps to cover nailing cliaige lo Tinthe undersigned rocket Guide the hamls of even member ol should lie liety ho contemplate attending the 14th Annual Conreatioa a it abows ihc lo caiiun of all Dept Holds Cbarchcs Institutions Places of Amusement Prominent etc eu Street Car Pines buihlines Wiiicsoon as the eililioii is basiled E McCokmi K taltic Manager Bit loin Koutc Ohio C1nci11nit It 111 PRICES IN Clothing 50c on the Boots 50c on the S S S CTJT J W MAY CO at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A Clt 11 ciuieu Altci due 1 RATES at Felds First Street Felds First Street S new Hcotrs 10 cousideialiii we have eon i uitse cnn ittits nun iie ii Shoes 50c on the Hats 50c on the Caps 50c on the S S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A at at the Cincinnati Cheap Stcre at A 6U Furnishing Goods 50c on the Gloves 50c on the S Felds First Street Felds First Street wi- at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A 1 Overcoats go at your own price at Trunks at your own price at Cincinnati Cheap Store - Â¬ COME AND SEE ME I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY believe what I say ask some of your own Â¬ River Farm For Sole If you do not Â¬ friends who have bought goods from me and they will tell you the same 1 Â¬ I THE CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE Â¬ STOVES FIRST STREET IS THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS A uioiuitoes- Prairie a level open land generally low Hammock land is covered with hardwood tiinlter layheads are corrupted from Bayous Ponds arc de pressions sometimes tilled with water and iu the dry season are dry or inarshv Hardpan is a hard iron ore stratum almost impenetrable Iine land on which myrtle grows is the best grade of land Of plants and animals I will speak in subsequent communications There is matter enough under each division to till a volume I come now to the more Sa us Crackers important part of this letter that dealing wifh our recent calamity We have had a visit from the long hunted loi North lole It is some what larger than formerly supposed A to its height we do not know for it reached the top of our highest orange trees and touched the clouds for snow tell in Tamps Its depth was to the roots of all early vegetables aud its circumfer ence touched Jacksonville New Orleans and Cuba It seems strange that some of our brave Arctic explorers have uot came in contact with it before It eaine twice and the first time put into it- - frozen center over five million dollars worth of oranges southern fruits and plants The second visit it required something near the same amount to till the same aching void but this time orange buds and early vegetables Iu return for all this the people got a sight of buow and ice This is the coldest winter since lsii intact this is colder than that Nine years ago t ere was a pretty hard winter but all soon rallied ir hotels are full of frozen Yankees and Northern people Mrs I S Grant was at the Tampa Kav Hotel She was tendered a reception the loth iust by A KandC V the Sheisuowit Winter Park or Kock ledge Messrs K neck and Harris of Orange N J shot seventy two quail ten doves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rival Ostrich isashnrs Rhino stone buckles pins or circlets gilts hats crowns steel ornaments of all descrip- Â¬ tions jet hat buckles faucy spauglei crowns and miroir velvets constitute varied outlook for Spring millinery COLoKs AaB BKIIIIT We are the sole agents for in both hats and ribbons all the cerise shades meeting with renewed favor and crimson blue green golden brown and purple particularly the violet tints seem popular favorites Verova Ci vhke The papers throughout the couutrv seem with one accord to have jumped on old Kentucky with both ieet and are giving her a reputation neither exactlv enviable nor just That people unac quainted with our state except bv name should consider ali Keutuckiansa spec ien of banditti is rather hard anon those of us who are Jieace lovingaud law abidini citizens And not only do the newspa pers condemn our code nf honor which according to a New York editor is if a anan inanha yon kill hie but anmn of the magazines have taken up the cudgel and are hammering into tin morals of the state with an avidity trub easerating even though we know- that to some extent it is deserved Recentlv read in Bedfords Magazine an article called The Gardners of Kentucky it was or professed to be a charcte- of the Bluegrabs people The author Junius Henri Brown says that Bourbon is popularly supposed to be with th custom of carrying weapons the cans of the numberless homicides and attempts at homicide for which the states s notorious This is but partially true The general cause lies deeper -- in the tone of public sentiment vv hich not only ltdvocatee fighting but demands it as proof of manliness No man can live there unless he resents with arms any affront offered him from any eourc This is demonstrated continually and is rauk barbarism Many of the best Kec tuckiansso regard it but they canuct change despotic opinion The state is demented on the subject of couiagt which is common enough every where particularly iu America Ketituckians seem to suspect every man of cowardice until he has killed somebody or has shown his readiness to kill They are far too brave to believe this but they att as if they believe 1 Â¬ 1 it--Ex Bridgefords Ecouomist Cast and Steel Ranges Every range is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction We have over 50 of these ranges in Rich- Â¬ mond We also keep a fnll line of Stoves Hardware Tin- Â¬ ware Ac Give us a call FELD Proprietor injuxirtJuxruiJUiTruiriru H9jd in JU fLTLD ll3tllH iT V u j pui VllVl pub Bdortuod IhWe It It Il I IV OJBVV J1 It 3 I fwo faaawaaaasa llllltll lilt H1 3 iruuxforuuiJinriJUUUTj aafy naasf qsoji ja apaaj ui y tfijTjiruiJUTXiJviJvnjTJijii ijiAvriji 5 q suvutb ja out suuuj am ami eg ag 2M1 5njJrinjriruTJirijaTjTJvuiJTnjTnAjaniJip -- 5 1 u ptTOUTTrora PTTC 4 aatf BWTJ AJ3001Q I MOM 03111110 MBAVitIS ApappaQ l Wanted at Once- Six young men to travel and take negatives and orders for tine crayon portraits and frames SlNcLETON DOVVNHAM v7 4 Richmond Ky cruVUUTnjUUTTUlJXfUTJTJTXU soaa Anuvj i II - - III ueDnA UT m Jinin t aih Ju aa Â¬ ninjTjriviririJiJinriJTjTjxru i irtp H d- - 5 pjTJT V - 11 jj C c r Wh TiinjuijTjTAnvruinii Uo lK WUJ bdJIOUBSlWtHJrflllKljBO UJJI iuil I ajUrfUMfllll 1U1UUBJ h4Bl JO SU1BI The Southern Railway ami Mardi iras Tbe Southern Railway will sell tickets to New Orleans and return at cheap rates on February J2d 23d 24th and Jth on account of Mardi Gras Tickets good to return fifteen days from date of sale Tickets will also be sold from Chattanooga Atlanta and points west thereof to Mobile and return at cheap rates on Feb ruary jd 3d 4th jth and 26th good to return fifteen days from date of sale on account of Maidi Gras Any agent ot tbe company will cheerfully give information regarding tickets rates and tched ules C A Benscoter Assistant General Passenger Agent W A Turk General Passenger Agent 3 38 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pJ HlHUSHJBlll ail BjBU noA diumj S AJaiiru sHnnru vriumnruijijirjinjuiruij ij riftf jjvxiuBq poM f5j n AVOd VV1UUBI1 rfrll Hi A JJ p u Lruuvru iru fi rfaxj bRi hVOV radJjsrailrailrrty SJrSJ sJJs3TlJrtiJr4 rrtl lrPJ i5i I7P - W fsrSM s aa ral s frtlJ an WpfSIs s rftdEfrt-J-- a tiafeJErH GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE Hp irSJ jtif3 EVER BEFORE KNOWN TO THE PEOPLE OF MAD- Â¬ ISON AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES Now ij the time to buy Our low prices will enable you to put goods away for future use rtl - Inr i mm Suits worth for 5 50 Men Suite worth 12 tor 5 Boys Suits worth for 1 Bov Knee Suit wonli 17 for 74 cents Mens Overcoat worth 11 o for to Boys Overcoats worth y for 25 Mens Shoes worth o lor 7 cents 250 Mmi Cap lo cents worth 45 cervta Childrens Shoes for 25 cents worth o cents Mens Boon lor 1 cents worth 2io o for roc So Wool Overshirts worth eats wuh sleeves worth 3S cents tor Soo Ladies cents 200 Ladies and Mise Cloaks for o cents Canton Flannel at 4 cents a vard Blown Cotton a 3 cents a vard Calico at 3 cents a vard 5000 ids serge Dress Goods 5 c worth 15 Gingham at 3 cents a vard Mens Undershirts at 20 cents each 1000 Ladies Handkerchiefs tor 2 cents worth 10 All our Ladie Cloaks at your own price Come and get the bargains Don t buy elsewhere until you have seen our prices Everything must go to make room for my Spring Goods Fifty dollar bed room et given away neat month A new lot of pictures just received itargl Mens Men SllitK u - el Are you in it in it insurance If not ge 32 Powell Turley Highest Honors Awarded Dont Powell i DH Worlds Fair wait until you are burned Turley B out 1 1 U tl 13 master Are you 32 7T2 a g ooa servant But a bad Powell Turley it insured Powell 9l Turley 32 1 ry Carlisle said my opinion that the Secretary oi the Treasury ought to be permanently ii edvvith authority to issue and sell short time bonds or other obligations of the government for the purpose of raising money to meet such deficiencies iu the ordinary revenue as may occur from time to time but 1 do not think that tin any necessity at the present time for the P00V his w CREAM All Hi losses paid by Powell Turley The best companies Powell Si Turlev Dont Poweli go adjust promptly V2 BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE Free Powell as worthy ii Turley Tur ley prompt aa A trust 32 Povc 3 -- t to sleep over vonr iaaarance Turley 23 Powell jc Turley 3 pel We have the beat companies W ho have the best 1 Fire insurance j our- Â¬ companies Answer 3- Most ali of us do more harm to selves than we do to anybody else Powell Turley - j p seen Dr AwanM Gold Merbi MUwiatn Fair Saa Irainixfc Prices Cream Baking Powder Tle t NEW YORK STORE l 7hJ3 sV measure mans Powell ft Turley pay all firo loaaai is what b real character vould tern grrsiiBfjanJl be found out Til -- j rfflrSlisrall iM raJlMraDlSai tic I pr vssw f u oman m irvne has been p- pointed agent at lanola oa the li K I M5 cn i will atl Ha ker ul The kinct Daughters itl rive a oe irauist m i to Irvine KmuI 1ayne a nrr pulling at the W brviaa will transferred to Svaiuniav KidMiaariUevieeR v BoMiiycraafennd i iharitaulf purposes The transfers will take pi Dr L H Blaotoii will preach a soon as tlie Auditor efcndra tle aOoei istationj next Sun- day at 11 a m The iigreratin will at Mirs of rurmtr that time probably call a pastor By the kindness of Mr Joe Iu h we M the PMMMT of two la rye iron rn to the wife of J B Hamilton keys that were taieil iy the nun an 11 pound boy on FebruMttag the foundation far a new ary 14th inst Name Anderson HamilHouse on the corner i B and Irvine ton treats The k have -T uilt by N orris Bn d t a haaae which stood on this tir jjnuuiK are same location in 18 ifte1 and mill for occu- Knlili d hv Cyprians Bflberl Harris a fanner iingon the T Haselrigg a well known in Nf Hill pike rhoted a house of ill lame i his home in this city eight Deface last ami while -Kl I urt ilness with pneo- He wan a popular citizen and there was relieed ol all his cash by Ze relda Bteveaa and Bettie Bowe two reside in Winchester toush inutates of tlie bacnio The rob - The Hern Main and Sec- - ber wen reported to the authorities who reiving a new coat of went in awrch of the dames but disrefill an ele- - covered that the had left the city the e h stnre front is following morning on the 6 oclock train u trimmed with black They were traced to Lexington mad fin Â¬ itely arrested and held there nixm We ha it calls at this ottice the order of Chief of Police Feeuey Po Â¬ u who want to rent farms lVr- ol Berry went to Lexington in the ns or land to rent will afternoon to bring them to Richmond their interest to let it be known They will tnthis morning tiinus of the Climax X ttilurrd lieanity Walla- e M the de- Charlie Bennett yoaSttl colored man the 7th District has appointment made vacnnt who lives at H J Beaaettl six or eight by the death of his father It is sui- - miles out on the Laacaater pike is a ge lnoher will be his Chief uius He is not only the fastest bicycle rider in the county but repairs the pneu Drjuty i March ri Bee Father matic tire and othei parts of the bike unusual era lecture on the Im- - with this is a neatness and dispatch But small matter compared to icption The hour of bii recent efforts in locomotive modol meat will be 7li in the even- He has just completed in wood iuc nt there will be service two iocouiotivetvoue na eight wheel Kis church every Friday even senger the other a ten wheel Ireight will not be able to till his each about one yard in length that are i in form and all exterior tat he chinch in Richmond apioint He will be the spiritual adviser inents Rich has a tender and perhapa id Mngon win will be other rolling stock and a short pil oa that lay for the road far their exhibition The smoke stack head light cow catcher engines onviet Made piston i ids sand Isix cab rat with seats and windows ami other ieiii v wiied on Most tly formed and finished -- unusually light iu black and gilt to represent iron and - K Burnaru preside with One of the most remarkable dignity and judicial composure hat wee in this production is that no o ami experieneed jurist The were Used but a pocket knife will be well Charlie has never had any experience or in instrmtion in mechanism and if the It e I nited Baldwin Locomotive Works or some m a rear to l born similar concern doesnt take him in it be mairied will lie a wonder buried ati a year to MAMiK liAl M IMtiTlM ljind in New Y irk nink a price eipial to Light is sup- - ariaaj Ciime iff Wbieb Mt Steriiags acre t luH Exeeatrrc l aacnaai eeoad Among the iiidiitmeiits retarned by mil jurv isoiie against Adam Batim hnereed bv Mayor of Mt sterling charging him rhont the eoun with enticing the thirteen-year-olchild rayer for of Henry Watson a Citf Councilman in the Cai-Â¬ into his soi- and subjecting the child to rn All i indecent treatment This allege i assault to are invited attend of Blums is said to have occurred about three brief ad- the mdklle of last Octoberand for it Wat nolted aul severely heat Mayor w ith the call of I In I Beam in November Mayor Beam is a roue merchant a large property naull the Madison County ib met at the O nrt house on iter and married He and Watson had talks been fast friends until Baums alleged as were en sault upon the child elected a- While Beam has tin one indictment retary Watson has four or more to limn IS and the bib w ill ie held and jnrys work ne is lurdav in each month ani two for iUejBi of whiskey and one for obtaining money D r Coiintv I the first by lraud lingaloan This lasi Directory on the and tle of several times the worth of a pii Ilibli- interest and from a building and loan t We have no means property ation The application upon which this I wing w vui tin - notify us formation loan was made ieclaimed by the company ly fraudulent in its tatements On this lit Courier Journal ill the or drop aud tell us we will -- THE CLIMAX tlStl I e ow u- - - u nrR - A Â¬ dr Â¬ -- i - i -- 1 llge otlie It ier Wagers of Ricluiond that be ban never let a prisoner man w h n the rock nik scrvii lnm t summer and time been hunting him gh the police officers of variooa eek he spotted him at uow he is Lack in bis mocrat uteri IVi is k the phi i borne We aie wel far es I the business ami are de 1m i1 iiiers on renehed on mack and the tendency now escripti dm batter rates iii the near future - or jack well adv e early keep them before you will stand a letter iiing in the business dm 1 tf published at tal Eton n t9 be the most valu- ewaaaner to the peeper of Ken It publishes every day much re resting infont ation con cernii ia camiol lie found in any other paper such as a all the Court of Appeals decisions next ry rulings of the various n ail questions aHecting and City MBeera and their fees and iKilitical aid official - always readable li live tor sample copi mting Co Frankfort lonly dolars Kv The nahacrip ei year Address Capital by the iiiry at Hsrnxisbur in M minutes after The verdict left the ourt room rise to nearlv everyone as it ntidently suppoael tiiat be would at l oast be couvicteil of manslaugh will take more than M minutes for the average Kentuckian to acijuit him of the pumping lead into the hack of an unarmed man no matter what the Tn e may have been There is a sense of fair play usually present among out lighting men iliat Mvmeto ct looked n this case With this acjiiitta and that recently bv a jury iu Mt sterling lcfore u- auy wonder that mob law at times mnnT expadh Vanaradall was Wim better is reported as being without a prisoner in the county or city jail There must surely be something wrong with her officials Perhaps the have been so hard during the present winter that tin boys Imv energy eoontrh left to raise a distu rljance and ho fall nf the law We can furnish voo with the finest lot of I acpntted I shooters on earth and ierhaps a chicken and coal thieves thrown in matter with the whisk and Blunt Has it become to w eak to be useful There should be sererai disturbances to each barrel sold Winchester aud Versmille- Mttiating considerably on the lack of prisoner io their bastiles aud want the rental tlie mor- of affairs is owing to Twassi rest of us not no good We punish our wrong doers am few j Last Wednesdays Savings announced the marriage of Miss Annie Z Grume and Mr John It Brooks which will take place in the First Presbyterian church at Harrodsbunt March SOL Mfcu Annie was formerly a resident of our town and is indeed a most worthy and lovable young woman and many friends here extend congratulations in advance Burgin Cor Danville Advocate Miss Annie was a teacher in M F Institute under a former management and W S1ELL IS LOM LOTEl will be pleasantly remembered by her THAN EVER BEFORE many friends It was the good fortune tion this week WE HAVE l MANY of the writer to have made bet acquaint II fj S n ii Mrs J W Adams visited her father tiance several years ago and we cm There were maps drawn by the pupils tifv as to her many virtuous and lovely R li ornelison at Richmond last week ABSOLUTELY PURE f iu the public schools just dosed which traits The Climax tenders congratulaTalto j Fielder will move to Flent n would compare favorably with any exH THE OLD RELIABLE tions although a little iu advance of the coming week I KENTUGKY CARRIAGE WORKS John Donelson hibited n the educational department of PROPRIETOR the ceremony that shall unite the lovthe Lex ngton Exposition and it is due E C Geddes of Cincinnati representing couple the children that their work should have ing M B Farran is here on business J W Masters and wife visited Wm this rvci gnition which would encourage vvvw The Dramatic Kntertaintiiftit them along this line disponed members of Walker and family at Sulphur Well The charitable Hat stood the Teit ot Tlim our community gathered en masse Sat- Jessamine county Sunday last M MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER Nannie Bronddne pupil of R F Gardaar Wallace and wife ot Rich BRANDS COMBINED urday night at the court house to listen Scudder in District 42 received the highto and see the entertainment by the mood came down Friday and are visiting est avenge in i xamiuatoii for diplomas 30 Dramatic Club of this ciiv Tle plav Mr ami Mrs Wm Ledfbrd TDK OLD RELIABLE MOUSE OF of gradu itioii in the public schools was a charming two act drama written A tight is on between the whiskey and Kit ft Mitch bay make and sell the nob A MOltFHIXK VICTIM by the accomplished lady Mrs C D anti w hiskev people ol this Million biest new style spiing mils iy for the purpose of this chari A petition is being FKKSONAL Chenault Magisterial district H is at Ltml Muitr a Krre Man at the la table entertainment and was well ren- carried around soliciting signatures of To Those Conremnl With a history covering 25 years of successful and honest dealing with Mr Institute A iratefnl Man Mr B W Turner is in New Yik buy dered iu all its parts by the club The the voters so that an order for a special II in the lead These who uwe me will please call at the pic of Madison and adjoining Mr T B Stepiieuson of Richmond ing goods stock of the best goods known to the trade Dramatis Persoime ware election can be got Irom tin- County Ky was seen this morning bv a Mail Richmond Natioaal bank and eltle their las N Neale Court Misn Rosa Justice Winchester is visit- Col Winter Telegtam representative and had the accounts Dr Geo Bnthburn A delightful Imp wls given C F Woods ing Miss Kate Fox to the MRs I El MALTIN following interasthM story to tell of his G W Kvans Jr young people oi this place last Tuesday Mi M L Raybara has been seriously Duncan the Butler renews from the grasp of a terrible soul li Stetsons celebrated New line of Jn Miss Mariawillie Smith night by Mr and Mrs J H Burgees Mm Winter ill for four weeks past destroying body consuming vice has just received Miss KstherWinter Miss Belle McDowell Prof J Harry Heudren principal of I became addicted to the morphine smith Thomas of Fstill went to Mid Miss May Ixipier Miss Minnie Crutcher KfT ft Mitch 3S 39 our select school visited his fathers habit aliout three years ago in my home dletowu ohjo Monday Miss Jessie Taylor family at Speedwell Friday and returned Margarie tiie Maid Clothing sales agent wanted lor Rich in Richmond Ky where 1 had a pros Mr S V Rowland of Danville was The characters were well sustained Monday Liberal coatmaMaoaa perous iiisiness as a contractor and moiul and vicmity iu town Monday visitor and all passed off in a delighttul meaner James Brookshirc and Sam Better got builder The terrible habit which hail paid and we furnish the best ami SkOM Miss Roberts of Philadelphia is the much to the enjoyment of about four into an altercation last Thursday near fastened itself upon me caused my ruin complete OUtil ever provided by any home guest of Mrs H B Hanger hundred persons who filled the seats in Speaisville which resulted iu Brookshirc financially From the first I tried every Write at onte fur terms Send 2 or 3 referMrs Joe arr went to Paris vesterday the body of the building hitting Retlert on thelhead with an ox means it my power to cure myself ot it ences The musical program was excellent Uiw paralysing him tor a few moments spending hundreds ol dollars and taking to visit relatives and friends WANAKEK ft PRoWN Oliver Chill i Plows Vandiver Barlow Corn Planter Havro Philadelphia la J L Billiard is again oa our streets af- and repeatedly encored by the audience Ruths Jenkens of New by and Richard at one tiiie a trip to California with a KevslONC Disc Harrows Old lliv Mrs Harry B Hanger favored the as Taylor of Million ter an illness of several weeks Also a full line of Cookiag came down Sunday Cincinnati physician but all to no avail Covington make Nidby suits to order 25- semblage with one or two of her favorite for no other purpose than watch the ice Worker in tin and si 1 left California for Fort Worth John Thomas of Estill county went vocal Mitchells selections and MmtMocon with inI guess they saw the last of it go where I iave a brother living Intending inn to Central Indiana on Monday The enterprise was a suc strumental Youinans hat in latest pung block at E G Parrish left yesterday morning cess both as a means to raise a fund tor by as they aaver left till an hour after to spend some time with him aflerward Kit and Mitchs visiting another brother in Sherman ten that night for Atlanta and other point Smth the relief of our worthy distressed tel J W Masters was awakened one night and then 1 exiiected to co home to die What about your insurance Powell Miss Lucy Crow is visiting her brothow citizens and from an artistic staud last week hv a noise that came from his My brother here L P Stephensou a k Turley 3 er in Versailles Dr McFerrau Crow hit and nrleits much credit to the well packed smoke house and as a natu- conductor on the Texas and Pacific felt Look out for fires as well as storms originators and upon tho e participating ral consequence Miss Annie I etcher went to Cincinnaisions of thieves such anxiety for my recovery that lit Powell Turley 3 HEALS CURES in the plav ti last Friday to hear Madam lngtry robbers and cut throats were the first accompanied me iu search of the Fnsoi Cuts Colic Ilats for spring Alpines and Deihys I Col Win Harris of Waco is confined things that flitted through hit mind he Institute here whets we found Dr Cramps Burns C0RRB3P0NUKNCB OiarrHOSa Bruises to the house by an attack of pneumonia arose and walked tiemblingly toward Watts with the result that I am not on- Crashers and Piasters at Covington Scratches Flux the door then to the window but could ly CMB lelely emancipated from the Mitchells Mr Alliert VcOowan of Middles IAMII Bites of Cholera not see them he forgot to open the door habit but my general health is otherborough is in the city visiting relatives For Kent Animsls and Morbus de- Fldon Baker and J P 1 I had foe blinds as they ware as he wise mat riallv benefitted Bugs Etc N a j sea I Mr and Mrs William Montgomery House and four acres of land on West horned their cattle about six weeks ago or raise Changes of thought sawing atound the lock A lutely no hope when I started in I had Main street A desirable location I Tastes Good of Monon Ind are in the city got and all have done well Water Etc I happy thought came to him in the emer- tried so many different doctors without Smells Good C H Pt relatives Bora to Mrs W L Leeds on Sunday gency and he called his clerk Mr Elard avail that 1 had about giveu up The I BREAKS UP A COLD A J Tharp ex County Judge of Fstili W Ls morning an eleven jiound Imv Solo lladen one who fears no noise that result has bean wonderful cnrwncnE2S aud 50c Pen Bottle Mo Relief Ho Pr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS county made the Climax office a pleasÂ¬ face is in a broad grin 50c size contains two and ne half tines as much as asc bottle Verv few people know what the 0 was sleeping iu an adjoining room he ant call Tuesday HERB MEDICINE CO SPRrNOFIELD Flder J B MeOinn of Versailles responded promply with pop in hand morphine habit is They dont know Squire J H Powell has leen on the preached a verv uiteresting and edifying and tiptoed across the room to the dread- that it is a living hell on earth and in at 1 sick list during the peal week aud is discourse yt Speedwell Sunday ful door he stopped and listened Then COaeeqenacS the victim gets very little still far from being well I believe that practicing Leonard Wilcox Leslie Cryenma Wil with courage he began pulling the door sympathy ill mi lliui The undersigned slowly open it opened easy Miss Marguerite Parrish will enter- lard Cox Smith Thomas a Mr lsuic but it physicians are responsible for niue 7 1N15 jiiit in in ip I tain Vanity Fair dub with progressive and family and John Harrison and Ema pained him more than having a tooth teuths of the victims of morphine the premises sell to the highest and best il hit on the train Monday forCentie euchre to morrow evening extracted he peeped aad there stood a was troubled with hemorrhages of the bidder the three story brick slore kdnse neighbors cow biking a barrel of salt bladder and the physicians who treated locate ua Maia ticet Richmond Kenhio their future home ville Mr- - M Perry mother of oar enter- Â¬ tucky opposite llie tjlynIjn and Elard would you like to know bow I me rlsimed that nothing but morphine occupied hy Higgins Deatheragel ir A subscription list for a new Biptist prising citixen Henry Perry will come would give me relief I believe the The building is one of the most oavenient DM over today to i it her son and family church lure free for all when not used found it out --A is booming Ail ye who Geo Hill Calvin Perkins and others medical s deuce is farther in the dark and desirable in the city by the Biptists Mr Claude Fletcher of Sharpsburg roi 7 feet Jeep i good cellar unden than any other profession Bath county Kentucky is iu the city oa desire to help the world get better slip a were hunting one night last week in the Mi Stephenson leaves for Sherman back premises extend through woods Cosby an unbroken wilder nam dollar or two in the slot when ye come The lot is so feet u street inches by a visit to his aunt Mrs Jack Roonev He will stay either in Fort 267 feet The second and ihird floors are BREEDERS WEKti SELECTED rROM THE BES1 HERDS of of about five hundred acres which is to morrow way Miss Liiie Crowof Richmond arrived this Worth or Sherman until spring when he suitable fi residence purpotws The breed of hog in several W O Todd and J P Logsden have about three miles liom here They were Wdrt to day and will be the guest of her aunl GUARANTEED building is in oud repair well lighted and SATISFACTION expects to return to Richmond Kv to succeeded S J Shirifessel i Bro iu the just entering the thickest part of the newly papered and painted Mrs lncy Welch Danville Advocate pick up the thread of life where it was ventilated Terms liberal aad made knowa on day of will lav in a woods with their well trained coon dogs Martin Gentry has gone to Mont- mercantile business and dropped under the baneful influence of sale Ky RH ficsh stock of goods at once Both when a short distance behind them thev He declares that anv one morphine ginnery Ala to accept a position with so MKs I p HEKNDOX - did a large business heie heard a sound as if some one was hitting me un ine insurance company ol wishing to verily the statements herein List yea and the prospect is better for the ground with a couple of boards Louisville MASTER COMMISSIONERS they stopped hoisted their lanterns to contained can do so bv calling on or all this year writing him Mi Ksoni Iurgin whose illness we look for the thine that craned the com A new tishing tool for the oil well arHa is overflowing with joy at his de reported last week is much improved motion but could see nothing They and his physician reports in a fair way rived last week but soon tore up and started on aud it came nearer and nearer liverance and thankfulness to the means another must be tried Verily the way far recovery They Stopped raised their lanterns and through w bid it came to the treasures in earth s depths here i Dr Watt who wa- - present daring the linger M QaBp of Louisillc was in there iu tin glare of then laritenis with Mamsoa Ciacun Cotrar a hard road to travel May the pluck interview declared that the case of Mr its eyes flashing not twenty feet from Richmond Sunday minghug among old and S- Shearers Sr Evecutor patience of the management be them stood an auimal of a yeUowkm Stephensou was only one of many to Vs friends He was in the drug bur iness richly rewarded Another tool has been color They hissed their dogs which which he could point as the result of his L Shearers Sr Devisees v ine years ago ordered persona having claims auainst Sam started towards it bat the beast gave an work in tl e city Miss Earn B Edwards who has been It begins to look like the voice of the unearthly yell which resounded through The husor Institute is upstairs over uel Sliearcr Sr deceased are hereby noThe brace of sharpers confined in visiting her sister Mrs T M Morrow tified to file the same with me iegallv er aud the jee haw m inr jail of whose capture tv Chief leeny left last week for Mt Sterling to visit her dove soou Is heard iu the ol the fanner the wiiods and the dogs retraced their the corner of Forth aud Houston streets ilied on or before March 15th tS or would land Mean- tracks Louder and louder grew the Fort Worth Mail Telegram t same will be barred mention was made brother Mr Charles M Edwards al Wilmington O time the maple sap Slows and the small creams oi the hideous monster and with S E SCOTT ek will i ome before the Count Mist- Nannie Hume of Waco daught boy rejoices along with some other folks M C UC C 3S Lightning Hot Drops a mighty spring it madealeapand lauded Judge lor their examining trial on Thurs A S Hisle is a student at Buckwheat cakes and lasses i nl Mrs Truly all on the bough of a tree thirty feet lrom What a Funny Namel day The men have been verv guarded Miilersburg Female College she sient teasons have something far us to enjoy the ground Very True but It Kills All Pain Then a general start for as to making statements and evidently Saturday and Sunday with her mother Let us be thankful open lields was made by the bunting hoe to win their freedom by some Sold Everywhere Every Day s Rowland of Danville is iu Mr Matt Hacker agent and operator here party faster and faster thev covered he shrewd const ruction put on the law perWithout Relief There Is No Perl gathering in onlers for mens will take charge of the office at Irvine in distance but the beast followed tXem Be it ordained by the members of the taining to such cases r roiu lndicatioii the citv clothing Ed is one of the liest fellows a few days aud Ml Payne goes to Nieho jumping from tree to tree still uiiUing caught here and there we would advise IF PATKSTS LIST Citv Council on earth and has I host of frieuds in lasville thus speaks the bulletin board night hideous vith unearthly Veils them to make tracks fee tall timber on That any person desiring to open Richmond The lovs are always glad to now 1 know there are sad hearts at They finally reached an open field when short notice if they succeed in their ef Q ranted to Southern Inventors this see him cattle pens in the citv of Richmond Ky lioth places over this news We had the beast gave np Cham and started back draseed lady who A stylishly Reported by A C Snow V Co week Mr C 11 Hayden has bma iermau net become attached to Mr Payne by in the direction from whence it came shall first le the wife of one of the Solicitors of American sad Foreign Pat for the accommodation of stock reason of his sterling worth when he The party learned afterwards that thev parties was at the Willis House last ently located on the mail run from RowPatent Ottice Washing- present lor approval to the Health Officer ents Opp US ar- - left to take charge at Irvine Miss Marv Now Mr were near a den known as the catamount arad counsel for the pris- land to Rii hinoiid ton D 0 of Richmond Ry an application stating and Mrs Hacker bavins become en dea around which has been found the non of the Collectors office at Richoners and a legal tight will be made V lauwell Batesville Ark gate the part ot the city in which said pens are IVrsons calling themselves I M Quick mond is visiting her brother Judge W deared to all must go Truly this rail- bones of hogs thought to have weighed stocking and Macon ia Beniioi to be located and giving an accurate deroading seems a little cruel But there 00 or 75 pound A few weeks ago ald J Packard have keen arraigned be E Varaoa Dauville Advocate manufacturing same T aud I Hartrauft Mr Johu B Rogers police commis- are good people where they go that Burma lost some lambs and dogs was Teiin combination pick and shovel B scription of the condition of the ground fore the Armory Police Court in Chicago charged with obtaining moiiev under sioner aud foreman of the Kentucky means friends and may prosperity at supiiosed to have been the cause of his B Duncan Pittsburg Landing Teiin ind the manner in which said ground loss but it is now lielieved that this cat- portable fe ace L J Dupree Uamtflm stock Farm composing rootma was tend them all icy were riiuni shall be prepared and kept in order to Borne time ago two or three men loca- amount or whatever it is got them conducting the KureKa Collecting Com- stricken with paralvsis in the eft side Fla box o- - crate machine K Fahng avoid nuisance The application if apJJai EtX Fvjs pany J0 Michigan Avenue a lake com Sunday morning He is doing well and ted at Irvine and horn that point travBaltimore Md extracting fat trom proved by the Health Olncer shall to ttt panv which was hunted dowu and will in all probability recover from his eled over the country selling county wool F B Kron New Orleans Ia rights for a bed brace A citien not a KOCH lo gether with said approval be presented to matted by the Dispatch of that city attack BaRailway sw itch J H Leonhardt Thomas Jooee our new Constable is ltimore MI tower wagon for electric the City Council and shall be read at two thousand miles trom here invested a Their peaptram was to take membership Mrs A Wilkes Smith gave a recepHe saw making the boys stand around rn small merchants which being tion yesterday afternoon from 4 to I to yoke of oxen in a lounty right line work 5 L Lewis Kuoxville Teun regular meetings of said board before accomplished usually closed the deal her guest Miss Nannie Harrison of wealth llowiug in rapidly whch meant At a party in iarrard county one eaves trough banger S H luut Alexsame shall be acted upon a thev seldom or never made any at- Richmond Va Miss Harrison has been luxuries for his family college privileges night last week Roswel Underwood got andria Vaj Cock or faucet J R Magee 2 The price of license per annum for tempts to collect any of the debts An- visiting Mrs Burton ot Louisville where for his boys music for his daughters in a difficulty with some pi the boya and Richmond Va car coupling C J far I part- she has been the centre of much social and au easy way for himself aud com came very near getting his nose cut oft Melliu Richmond Va safety valve operating a cattle pen in the city of Richother ndmma was to advertise panion dow u the declivity of life When ner wfth pkWaanh to pat into the biisi- - attention Munnell Louisville Ky machine mond Ry shall be titty dollars Beaj F Bvane an experienced tencher W the faithful oxen had been driven away from Garrard county has been teaching for attaching metallic tags to ad a promise of 20 a week sidary o Henry Welch jailer of Jessamine i Any person who shall operate a cat- Â¬ feasting by anticipation and l per cent- commission One ac county was in our city Saturday M T Murphy New Orleans La Al however while writing ebna in public school district tle pen in the city of Richmond without couut we have is that when Quick and though not a large man physically on the things in store for him a sudden No i He has had a full attendance trolley wire support J B OBryan by Detective Henry copes witk the best of them iu revelation was made to him Happening giving entire satisfaction and goes from Nashville Teun were arrested Packard machine for piling having first secured a license shall be Storen a leserate effort was made by the discharge of the duties of his office to cast bi6 eyes where the wood pile here to district No 5 Spectators do fabrics t P Schriver Newport Ky fined ten dollars for each offense Qakkaad his wife to secrete a roll of He is a first class detective and many ought to have been for tlie first time he not crowd him wire cloth reel cutter and measurer 4 Cattle and unstalled stock of all money stolen found it necessary to an offender lias come to grief through realised that his county right could not A gentleman in this neighborhood G J Smith Covington Ky automatic Winds shall not be permitted to renian make a wood pile nor haul inhiscoru call officer M Padden to his assistance his efforts lard and molasses stored brush for railway tracks J E Summers upon the streets of the city to be exposed He soon felt that a cubic mile ot space keeps his meat He read the warrants to Quick and Pack Va furniture brace C Judge D S Hobsou from Jackson anywhere lietween earth and Jupiter iu a nice room at his barn without leing Clifton Forifor sale or for any other pnrpoi ard when Quick threw the roll of money A Ipshur Richmond Va seal lock It is guarded by a vigilant sow has lcated in Richmond and embarked would bring iu wood and come about as locked to his wife She caught it but the E S Vance Donoho Tenn envelope O Any pel son violating the foregoin the insurance business His ottice is well Fleet as the wings of wind he that he say- - is bitter than a watch dog officers wanted it also aud one of them P F Walstrom Birmingham Ala ing lection shall be fined ten dollars for He was City sped over the road toward Irvine The iu the Hotel Clyndon Closing out at cost took the woman hatha wrist when she moldiug machine R B Wardiu Cov- each offense Judge of Jackson four years and was grateful look of the gentle oxen at once attempted to bite him Iu the melee Mrs II Maisr 2i First street ington Ky register 11 L Weineilel We more beholding their old master toknown as a terror to evil doers T T COVINGTON Mayor she diopped the wad which contained Loamviila Kv gage for saw benches Judge Holison to our citizens gether with visions of his shivering famEDUCATIONAL C D Patiie Cleik Their cases were continued bf Jus- commend W K Wheisler Dayton Teuu rthy of their confidence aud pat ily and of his corn rotting ungatheied in tice Bradwell until Feb Btb Quick was dental engine rK ronage The County Superintendent calls the the field nerved him for a mighty ap under S1000 bond aud Packard fafm If M Mr J Heudren Postmaster at eal to the dispenser of county rights attention of teachers and trustees to the these uieu are the same ami there Bp The fact that many reports due the office earo t be little doubt in the premises Speeilw ell left last week for Louisville That appeal was made and it won S Court heart ol the bed brace man was touched from the Schools have not been tiled as e as a witness in the I are adepts in this line of swindling thev While it is known ily persuaded to give ids prescribed bylaw gainst Alf Brooks for violating the pos and h aud number their victims by the hun Brooks formerly lived at patron the oxen back for a pair of mule that the State has not bean able to meet We do not desire to see innocent tals laws dreds men punished but if the law can k Pineville aad eta responded with a young colts which be could readily sell for its obligations in pa ing the teachers in it made to reach them it looks as though lady at Speed WalL His letters assumed more money The county right pur full the last installment of their salary lightened heart must also bi remembered that even if we an improper character and the postal i baser returned with ere fitting sub thief Feaaep lias had piite a time in authorities took the matter iu baud It to bis accustomed seat on the porch atÂ¬ were provided with the funds a settle home As be mused over his recent ex ment could not be made with any disoecuring the men and will prosecute will go hard with Brooks Hiram Shearer one of Madison coun perience the oxen stood lowing at the trict until a full report has been made tliem b the extent af the law delinquents It is cMid by several prominent attor tvs most piosperons farmers was mixing fnce the cock crew a the barn the Below arc the 2 11 l Jii Term report whit Dr and pigs grunted and the limpid waters of with our eoile yesteiday iiat nothing can lie done with them FORTY ttlLLlOfi CAKE5 YEARLY the branch sang on their way to the falls ji y to 1 A Sherlev visited friends in If the law dot not reach such offenders THE PROCTtH It WIMBLE CO- ONT1 f Little Tru Back he realized something Miss Mary A it should be amended at the earliest pos- Â¬ Richmond Saturday Both chairmans rud trustees report Cleary Richmond is the guest of Ka was wanting to make up the harmony sible moment 19 II 4At last it dawned upon hie miud that it iwhitei -- 5 mi Powell at the Winchester House 71 7 71 The Bserra Invalid There 4650 was the voice of the mule colts Mr Kitfe and wife of Richmond A low voice of laTerm reort Has tastes medicinally iu keeping with are visiting the iatters brother John was au aching void airmans report mentation broke forth Rachel weeping other luxuries A remedy must be pleas Grady oa Gofletj Bob Bald i weeping because the Both chairman s and trustees autly acceptable in form puielv whole win has accepted a clerkship at tlie not e i 12 are not his A neighbor ot hi some in composition ticlv lieneficial iu Reese House and his popularity will add fn Having rcnreaiitbed bis stock ofgrucerres with new evening and many more ols- lect and entnely free from every that on that greatly to the patronage of the house ls will continue business nt tin OLD STAND at the afterwards there were borne to his ear eotfoaable piality If teally ill lie con Winchester Democrat bta Hep B Rv corner of Main and B stivi t lults a physician if constipated be uses ibis neighbors on the gentle breexe school tsx from the R X I Prices on all groceries cut in two He invites the eitt undetsold by any one FOR CASH that porch intones full of tremu iilie family laxative Syrup of Mas H MaIR 21 First street il Madismi enmity and Richmond to give him a air notion the words of song Shew Bargain brg ins --o to all iiarts ot ti That ueighlior Ixrn Powell ft Turley pity A blaze will start Mrs H Maikk ji First street w had heard that sou OBELISK ALSO AGENT FOB THE BEST FLOUR Dont Dr Price Cream Baking Powder MMMMMMMMMMMMJmJmJmJMJMjM rmfftft Woitai Fair Htgacst flUeal ass Dsytoma UÂ¬ -- Â¬ Burglary Water street at Urn residence L I ZT-- L 8 Tkvlor gi BtiUIC IULH- iv ereant broke a ulaw in a mIp inin and effected an entrance Mr Tavior had left the house aliont oclock in pur- twaaee of his business and oa his return eieiltheilepreilaliou Tlie burglar ate what he conlil and rummaged the house thoroughly opening drawers etc Among other things be found a watch but to Mrs Taylor hut she being absent tram homo had the watch on her person This WM a very hold and daring act Nearg as it did in broad davlight with neighbors di farrhiieiag rfand efaaaeat here should receive sharp attention It is almost a nightly occurence for some one to lose chickens coal or anything left around Mi Tavior has not as yet missed anything excepting the food taken Later Mr L Taylor reported jnst liefore we went to press that the party who broke into his house had been cap tured His name is Robert levton a boy abaat 16 yean of age He was found eating some of the food taken from the beam Has confessed his Two years in the pen He di lnt crime kill anybody i VUllIN6 BELLS vUv Â¬ meeting was to secure a uniformity of Bro Williams of Lexington Bible Col- - text boiks in the high schools so that lege preaches here next Sunday pupils leaving these sclnxils- may enter Win Crow Jr did not preach here into tie collegiate department of the The object wis good but state colleges last Sunday as was announced as then were so few present no business Henrv Taylor of Brannon Jessamine was done I county comes thisway ipiite often I he Kate wonder if Cupid has not victimized him Teachers Association con- - in Lexington in July The ten li J M Heudren of Speed villa stepped off here enroute to Louisville last Tues tis of Madision should avail themselves day and spent the night with his sou of this opportunity and pleasure and Prof J Harrv Heudren at J F John- - should attend in a large body It will probably be a long time before the asso sons Mis F M Sparloek is visiting her ciation ill again be held at a place so daughter Mrs Charlie Chens at Ford convenient tor the teachers iu thi v valley view iirr ipsr i tmmmxpiw r- - jznr - swumm ttnn0q isS W II lil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SWEET CAPORAL li CIGARETTE Â¬ A WORD TO THE PEOPLE SHACKELFORD GENTRY 11 Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ riJGHTNING I Z Â¬ HOT DROPS i Â¬ PUBLIC 1 ALE Â¬ Â¬ d BLUE GRASS HERD Ov W m -- 111 I - BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Â¬ Notice to Creditors ci -- Â¬ Â¬ V - Â¬ ORDINANCE 1 Â¬ HELLO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T 1 DO YOU 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 plug-tobacc- i - WEAR PANTS If you DONT DELAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ do you want to come to our great PANTS SALE which is now going on Â¬ i Â¬ Ivory wSoaw IT We have about 75 Pairs of ODD PANTS that we are closing out at Â¬ AT6J j Greatly Reduced Prices If you need a pair now is your chance i - Â¬ Â¬ t 1 AD Smith ui c 2 - H J STRENG stantial citizens of the Nations Capital are periecllv willing to go without the Yo uU Ku yr vc Bitot ye tur n exercise of the right of franchise I It is admitted that this form of governYo way Us yer bora bost everytkmc from ment 18 theoretically imperfect inasirkcir dun to owl Vow mt chirp about yer quad on toast an web at much as there i no provision made for that you aee aa exercise of the right of franchi-ti- nBut tar ante cM4ahtioae ood enough pirt of the citizens It it considered ferae by those who have lived under tiiit- goviii li oa becfucak im rabbit ernment which has existed hince the wi Mitr that tine detvt appears greater Oa all thatcmd to aaaafb ok tail Mup A in theory than m actual experience Yci month may run to large numlver of the residents of Wash iare no more disenfranchised than are a like uiiuilH r of lesidents in other m cities of the country Ii is adaaitted that MM of the chum ol the venalitv and corruption in the governments ol American cities is due to the voluntary withdrawal from aitne jwrticipation in inal affair of main ofc the heat and But me oal raahatantial citiaeus In W tin thii- - class oi citizens do not enjoy this d up iticat ami ami riylit while ou the ther hand the conThe add a lutlc tartk aa yallcr meal ai trol of iiiumiiial affairs is Bat handed mail over to the inoiant and lower elements tie cai of the citvs Mipulatini In lieu of the inivilege of casting a liallot which seems c t Ik- - valued more highly in theory than in practice the citizens of Washington an r live under a clean and economical local boa - ft lit i flu money that tiny par ruruetit mtj the ulilii tr asm is expended al ftui a in lor public parpoaea aud me lor the limiuii gnod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mr Â¬ THE ArTOCKATIC PORKER SHERIFFS Sheriffs Tax Sale Wm N 100 acres laud Lincoln 30 acres land Mary A yi acres land Sarah E So acies land Sylvesta 40 acres land Lear James 5 acress laud Lynch lames N acre land Mallicoat Frank non res 65 acre land Nkkcii on Wm L 22 acres laud Ro e Hadcn b acres land Terry Wm P go acres land Yanwinkle Joe 7 acies land Vaughn John 7 acres land Wilson John G 20 acres land Young Cyrus heirs 13 acres land 1 Sheriffs Tax Sale So Sheriffs Tax Sale TAX SALE otter at public sale in fionl of Iht Court House door in Richmond Ky on I will Lakes Lakes Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb Lake Mr John co acres land John Jr 00 acre land 100 5 5 100 100 So 5 5 Monday March 4th 1895 Between the hours of 10 a m and 6 p ni the lollovviiu proerly to pay the lav agaiiist ilie same in the ycai lSy4 Soo 50 200 So WHITES RICHMOM V 5 2 co rKECISCT NO I meal aiti tr Aa The men who are selected as civilian commissioners are engaged in pi sional or cuiiiieiiiai business and at the the tour vearsterm of otlice thev It return M the milks of the citizenaud to resume their occupations Tiny ate therefore amenable to the will ol the people and are anxious to promote then iHtxuial popularity In their inti rcourse with the officials of their city iimeiit tlie average citien sutlers no dimuiiition of respect ol inlluence be a the right ii a came bed treeinun at the poll- - As a class it is sail that the citizens of Washington are satis rie1 with the prtaeit form of gamtim- although there is a certain element who have not given up the hope that 0 suffrage will aajaia bs restored with the inevitable ouipaniment of the distribution of the ol office i Â¬ sois A HOW T DRESS URL ue - I W I 111 MIVEKNMEXT s Th - ill vi veu VI VI VII nil Vol Mil it in by the invest t oinmittee in re- the miiuicipa emu ral cats has called attention to the goveinmeit u try us of Ibruojrjfa ol m- - In some private en taken to collect the ivllch oppies- the avei It is it at this Uum owuaaj to puolic interest m this I di--- MM iiil IoTHI of CltV ut which picvails at the Na IVrhape the bkmI strik the one which perhasa is t practical miuds hollglilv tlia such a vrv laawtud directlv the money eoiitrihii- lor tha ol W the city well known the penph liave iki oi i directly in inineut The city is ls then catedinatin t iv ntaining ii square led to the I 8 hv kind lor the purp vern Congress has ililsjsili jm ineiit y and holds the ic- tion ovei i lati ciniion cun il to tin- citizens I be lorni of govern ment is lv uers two and one mm the arinv who are apHnitel by the President hv lie adviie o the eliatc The utmeiit oi the minor official ol the ernuieiit - entrusted to the Jomii Â¬ 1 rnment of the asscfCMga for SjllM but the Woattea sts kings aie not very to make the police regulations the building legn- - iniicb worn Ntausi when there - any iis and the other miiioi regulations tendency to perspiration they in luce it loiini aatsaaaay The mmmg and oftimes 111 ibis wav make the feet -essnient of real es- - colder than a cotton staking which t priKluce those results rom lijuor licenses the peisoual Woolen underwear 111 our climate is iil toi piivileges of various kinds kiewu a- - licenses is aid intothe Tinted necessary far the health of any child but there is no need of buying verv niidei the law wh nsl this form government The heavy weight halt wool and half cotton - pledged ali tanaMWd to pay one half A girls under clothing should lie as lie municipal exenses of the District innual revenue ol the District is ainlv a- - BeMSbat and she should be taught Miat neatness ami tine materials alsut and this saipplemented bv a similar amount from the Inited are particularlv desirable Emhioidery is verv reasonable at present and little Hates Trea ui v eh veai what - lultleso embroidei v iettieoats and knw i as the District Appropriation Bill drawers make an cxeec IniLly nice finish which provides toi the various exfienses There is a great ipiestioii as to whether money cannot Ire saved by buving the liasis of a gro readv inab for thev in peawlitiKeot aboat SMunooo This di inlen of exienses of the now so well made and sold at Hash bar iso thai the argument advanced that government was tixed npu li it was found that the value ot tlie they do not wear so long as those made I nited Nales prosrtv in the city was at home avails nothiiiLC forMtta a rout iff pei i nt ol the valuation of the their dntta than thev wear course more elalxirate entire prspartj and in compansou with them ut aiuatiou 01 taxable pioperty owned ones can lie made at home for the same bv private individuals the piojH rty of money but ones time must be counted lb I niled Mates aud that of the Dis into the outlay to be alsolutely just Harpers Bazar leil aud other exempt property was More than HOW II lKS ii THE 1N In 01 lei oine idea how the FIDELri Urgeeaniof iU0oi is expended year- iv lor the ruiiiiing MMSSMM of the city t tuslatlou nmeiil at the Nations ajit the Arabic of the official prayer of 01 the principal items are given The Islam whih is used throughout Turkey M item in this expenditure is the aud daily ieKted m the Cairo Azliar Ml the interest on the debt luiversilv by 1iim Mohaiomedau stu- whi h now amounts lo about fl80UUtM froM all land- and the sinking fund charges a total an I seek retugewtth Allah from satan noal expenditure of more thai the sixuse i In the name ot Allah the In addition more than SO000tl is spent asiouate the Mercilul O Iord of Alexander Harrison 40 acre land oa atreet improvements over Smj for all Creatures O Allah Destroy the in Afcbury James H 20 acres land tiie pylSi iixils while the JKilice de fidels and polvtheists thine enemies the Allen James No acre land MMluient esata more than half a million enemies ol me religion o Allah Make Alexander Wm 11011 resi 2 acre t represents the cost ot children orphans and detile their land charities and corrections white S aUsJes and muse then Ieet to slip and Benge James heir 300 acre land m spent on sewers and SiiuuO for salagive theLj and their families and their Blevins Alfred 30 acre land ries and contingent expenses The fire households and their women aud their j Barrett Wm G 3s acre land depart me the courts fS6UUU children aud their relatives by marriage Barrett Steve 50 acics land and the militia fjnOfJO iNMsxiiiib aiil VIII unl llii- ir gnwmw TT H tliir lai Barrett John 60 seres land 1111 le is in each Iloosa of Congress a their wealth and their lauds as Isxty lo Brook N B 45 acres land caaamittee which lias charge of matters Barret Win oacres land Lrd of all i relating to the District of Colombia In all the ob e1 en the Covlc Hardin 75 scies land Citizens appear before those commute ciriliaed aatioaa of the globe there Cox Hardin 70 acre land and urge the nwd The can be uo prayei found to parallel this Culler T J 10 acre Ian raaowty erf tbw form of government is cruel appeal of Islan rit of iu- - Carpentct NeUon 30 acre land undisputed while the absence of the humanity Bulgaria Damascus l banou French Geo W 45 acre land practical politician and his raids uhmj Armenia may or may not be mere hot- - Gooch E a heir 100 acre land ubur treasury arhich is such a coin bexlr of anti Turkud intrigue with such Steve M 50 acres Urns moa Mature in ail city goveraaMata is a nations prayer Turkey stand- cm lohn T tow n lot ceded to be a great advantage- - In condensed liefore the world-lliila- iitlJone Eiirabeth 75 acre laad MaaaMtioa of laaM L inetiis tbt tab-- phia Bacon jK i silk-rlui-1 It is a very common saving that it is an easv matter to dress a little girl but very difficult to clothe a boy This sav ing must have originated sonseyeai lavs there is no difficulty thing needful whatevei in till ov at any of the ready aiade clot ki nd at tar more leae pines and infinitely more satis particular than the same llg inaIc at holm could possibly he lie dn in si on I deal of thought and time reqnii on- is fortunate enough to be able to walk iuti one of the French establish ments and give a cartc hhuiche order tar thing In these davs there are few who can do thi and it is a urioajs jiies tion to all niotheis how to attain the Lest wuh the least expenditure of money begin with shoes and stockings which are extremclv en evidence with little girls must be caifully chosen Inttl a irirl is elevu or twelve she he Is on her shoe- - thev pile the shape of the foot and are otherwise iajurioM to hei jhvsi alth Npriiighi els as those heels ailed which are oalj raised enough to have the foot placed in the proper DO- stioiivvhen vvaiking should always be worn wear pebble goat or lor cl re the In st Calfskin even in the lightest iiality is not anf to produce and children s ieet are evoedingl v ncing school or fat dress hei tips with loth top- nt leathei tips with kid tops are the proper thing Slippers aad km shoe should Ik- - avoided as thev are apt to in duce bad habits in walkn ding All children will stand on the m their feet il xssih1r and in slipthe habit grows apace No child can get along without two pairs of which must be kept in good order no buttons off and no dust and un ik It is not at all necessary hrushed able to have more than two outgrow them mtv rapidly Black stxkings an- universally vvoin lv children as well as grown a ople unless with brown shoes when blown stocking are the orrei thing tion spM king is by no means cbeai and in childrens much more exK nsive than 111 ladies Ii a very good plan to have a Â¬ I ha Bolton N B heirs one town lot 600 gladk raacurr no 6 Beat ly Title Real Estate Ex 60 Adams Win M agent E Terrill town lots 6 000 200 150 acres land Bionston S hts itown lots 10 000 2 acre land 100 Cook Mr- - Alice B town 000 Alexander Jasper R Bush W C agent Josh Bu h heir Crews O V town lot 500 co acres land 200 Cre A Shearer I town lot coo Burncll asei 6 acres land ISO Cox Phoebe town lot 00 Burnell Wm Sr SS acres land 300 1 000 Carro John C town lot lilt Mary E agent F Mavo aoa Da is Alex C 3 acres land too 100 Davi- - jalic A J5 acres land town lot 400 Crater Polly non res SN acres Duriuiger Jacob non land Spa town lot 1 000 Doliin- - Riley JJ acres land o Dili ringer John W own lot oo W agent F A Elder 115 Dikes John E iS 00 Eldci town lot acres land 600 Evans G W A Elkins town lot 700 Farrier Maiy M town lot SO Evans L i ft W U Smith Ac Goins Pleasant 7 acres land 50 SCO V a res land Goosey Parrida non res I town lot town lot 150 EadesTJ 3 Golden John 11 acres land SO Eades G B low lot 200 town lots Eiiwi W I 700 Hays Phillip 50 acres land Gum S B town lot- - 51o Jackson J A agent Sam Blake heirs acres land Gariison Betlie and children jo Ben I town lot town lot 5o Johnson Johnson Richard agent C E Hos- Hall Miss Effie town lot jlK tetter 52 acre- - land 15a Hacker T C 2 town lot 500 Ilav- - Harvey R Mown lo iga Soo Kirby John C 10 acres land SO Hubbard W P litirs town lot boo Kirhv Nancy L 2 acres land Kindred Win F 200 luett By ruin - town lots omj Kimbicl Richard 100 acres laud 300 2 coo Juett Mrs A B lown lot- Sam heirs 100 acres King T and M town lot a 00 Kinkeads land MvMahan Pat Sr town lot 400 500 Kinnard DaviJ A acres land S Myers Geo H non res town lot 15a c Miller Mm I town lot oo Lamb Jerry A 4 acres land aw- - Garland K 40 acres land loo Maupia Cal town lot I 500 Soo McColliini Mr- - Sarah town lot oo Martin Susan J 26 acres land Moore Louisa v Mary o acres Nelsjn Rolx rt I town lot oo land 800 Priest Mr- - isiisan town lot 250 Million John - acre land loo Parker Keliecca non re- - town lot 500 Mayo John G- 75 acres land O Richmond Steam Laundry town acres land 200 lot 000 Norville Chas B acre land Owens James P Richmond Mc ani Laundry iSo40O Owen- - ohn Sr yj acres land NO town lot 1 ooo town Rvmell John 2 town lots Soo Phillip Mrs Ann non res lot -- so Smith Sol B lown lot Pigg Jame M acres land Smith Wm H Jr 150 lown lot 500 Us John B 40 acres land Smith C E agt Malcolm Love 50 Piggjobn agent Mr E Jackson Co 100 acres land 300 20 acres land 100 Shrfflett Mr- - Ida 22 acres land loo Powell Allen non res Mi- - Mary lown lot s lown lots 300 coo Sin it ii Mrs I town lot oo Preston K E 1J aire- - land flower I om 3S acres land loo Parks Richard 7 acre- - land 300 lev - Mr- - Mary C 5 acres land 200 500 Rev nolds Win heii 12 acres landRobinson W J Jc G W 4 acies Tows HtacMCT No land Bengc James non rss 40 acres Rsvvliii- - C M agent Wm Stapp land 400 lieu- - 70 acres land 700 Black Mr- - Eula Lee 2S0 acres Roberts Evan c acres land 5 land oo Reidy Gabriel loacresland 50 Clark Wm 50 acies land 200 Turpin O W acres land Soo Dozier Win Mat 31 acres land 00 Tankei y t W 2 acres land 450 K Dkker 011 140 acres land 7 000 Evans James E KiKKbvnii rsuccurcT no 7 acres land boo Evans Sallie 64 acres laud Adams J C guardian Chas Ha 4 ou Gc s John S 40 acres land gau 40 acrt- - land -5 400 King Wm H town lot Soo Bratchcr Geo W 5oacrcs land 5 Luxou Sallie B 01 acres land oliu B agent Thos C 100 Campbell Moore Mary E 70 acres laad Campbell 10S acie- - land 2 200 500 Rober on Mrs Spicy D 30 acies Callahan Thomas 7 acres land 100 land 600 Eade- - ohn D io acres land 200 Weddle Cyrus acre land Fowler I0I111M 17 acres land CO Soo Weddlc Crrut 189J I acre land Kinnard Mary A 1891 10 acres 5 land 1 MoS 1KFUM o 3 NO Kinnard Mary A acres land I 3o asl Wm C agent lot Ogg- - heirs Long ames S 50 acres land 100 J at res land Soo Moore C C 13 acres land Ckh Hislc Win II 2 acres land -- 00 Mull ins oc W town lot 400 Jordan Win on res acres land 50 Merrill Mrs Boone 72 acres land 2 000 Lewi- - Geo no - land 300 Rhothis Allied 2 acres land 2o Reed Dr M non res 100 acres Rhodus Albert 2 acres land loo land 500 Rhodus lohn E acre land 70 Tate Cas 57 acres land - SO ISO Wil on Joe non re Bs acres land 1000 Ross Alex 67 acres laud Roberson Richaid non res I town Wilson Wm M non res u acre 1 1 It I -- 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- I -- 1 - l 1 1 1 1 1 -- 5 1 y Joe W 1 town lot 4 000 White Laikin agent Cris Farri heirs 30 seres land 4SO Miller H D 2 town lots 55 100 White Jerry vheirs 4 acre land Miller H D guardian Lucy Miller too loo White George Jr 6 acres lane 6 acre- - land so Walker John acre land 2 000 Miller Letcher 6 town lots Walker Irvine 4 acres land 5 cna Phelps Miller Letcher guanli01 120 ca Wllmore George 3 acre land heirs I town lot 2 so Watts Sam acre land Mitchell Mary I town lot 4 200 Newman Louisa 40 acies land 200 Yates Horace 2 acres land Phelps Zena I town lot KIRKSV1LIK TKECINCT NO J I50 Parks Shell town lot 500 Bogie Alex 2 acres land 5 Rice Geo Admr Ben Blackwell 100 Elmore Robt 2 acres land town lot 4 so Mill i Dan a re land loo Rice Geo agent Sallie Jarnian tow Mobcrly George heirs town lot 100 lol 500 Maupin Wm 5 acres land 200 Rhodes Dave town lot 200 Richardson Ilenrv I town lot 100 Kliodeo Lavenia town lot 650 Smith Page 4 acres land 100 Stoue Minerva tows lot 150 Shearer Crave town lot 200 Sbeppard harhe I town lot 2 CO Turner Jack 6 acres laud 200 Smith llocker i town lot 500 Turner Tom 8 acre land 200 town lot Simpson Lbtus 500 NO 8 MILLION HREC1NT Smith Emanuel I tow lot 300 Boge Squire iS acics land 200 Tribble John I t vvn lot 400 Broaddus Robt 10 acre SO Perrill lames town lot 2o Broaddus Miranda 2 acres land 20 Turner Dan Sr low lot 400 Barne Manah 6 acre land SO inei Dan Jr town lot I30 Burton Peter 25 acres land 300 f Turner boh ilovvuiol 400 Crews Armstead 25 acres land SO Tonihn Hairy I tow lot Su Clark Tom 0 acres land 100 Taylor Millie town lot 4S Davis Mary J 12 acres laud K lev is Tom town lot 300 Mundv Mihc heirs 2 acre land lOO Taylor lank lown lol ISO Mitchell Mary heirs 27 acres land 200 William- - Sa lie I town lot 400 Paik Anderson 11 acres land Walker Owen tow lot 2 00 Paiks Frank 4 acres land 5 Walker loin heir i tow lot 200 Turner Cash 6 acre- - land 5 Well- - I ami ic lown lot loo Turner James 3 acre land 50 Wiight Wm town lot 45 Warren Irvine Sr acre laud 20 lot While Ftank lusts 200 Williams James 8 acres land 60 Wells Joe town lot 100 Willis Ike acre land 50 W heeler Lizzie lot town 300 J IMMMilNssM C Walkei Robt t town lol 300 Iw Feb W ingrield Dow 200 lown lot Walkei Kubt town lol 300 TdtilH READERS W bile Adams heirs low lot 4 HI alker Nancy town lol 35 We cannot too struiiglv urge upon our Willi I izie town lot 3S readers the importance of having a tirst Whitaker J O 11011 ies town lot 300 ehMt high grade monthly home jaeraal Vales Maggie low lot 3 so in the household Such a journal I BO I lottN ISttcIV No 2 longer considered a luxury but a Beatley Mary S acres land 150 necessity which il ia the duty of every Bentley Miriam 6 acres land 100 man and woman to provide for li s or Bogie Dave 4 aire- - land 3 her family licnauli David 6 acres land 100 One of the very liest home journals hcnaull cm So acres land 200 published ia The Woaaal Health JourChenault Wyatt 3 acres land S nal a journal pure bright and iuteiv t Chenault Charlie non re- acres ing in its literature and in it- - sj ecial land 100 department- - helpful alike to every mem Chenault etcher j acres land lOO ber of the home Chenault Sain 2 acres land 5 In addition to its other teatures The Hagan John II 20 acres land 100 Womans Health Journal has more than Hooiii Marian non re 6 acres land loo any other hum journal a special de- Â¬ oiic- - Jame- - 10 acre1- land 100 partment of Health and Hygiene edited Lisle lullei heirs 2 acres land 100 by a competent aud experienced Million Mark 2 acrei land 100 which feature of itself makes it of Smith Scott 3 acre- - land 50 inestimable value to every household uinei W in 4 acres laud 50 No family tea afford to be without the I Mon raw in No 3 Journal ThefiiMvv fully alive to the neels of liuck John 5 acres land Cole Emma town lot 50 its patrons has made special arrangements with this siik- - rb journal a hereby oviajrtoa Robt lown lot it will receive orders for yearly subscrip Deathcrage Kia- - acie land 15 Douthett Aaron acie land 100 tions to the two combined for oulv L75 Address orders to Oldham lake loacresland SOU Tin Cl IMVV Wilson Florence non reacres 5 ti Richmond Ky land 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 11 I 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 I 1 Â¬ Â¬ I piv-i-ci1 Â¬ 1 1 - F 17 109 23 90 - t V air fI WHAT DOES IT MEAN SOLID VESTIBULEO TRAINS roPn A - WfflEMXk Y8r7 58S2 RAI Ai VIA P M i v IPJLJEZZZ tli M I T rnniu Ark and iniMwinjKiimusuuui Lrre lc rcBH botfcB dip t mm0tm u md n h ft I anrasason his 1 A ml ii 3 10 Ml QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 6 jo Daily ex- epl BESTlifYou Condensed Ne Stories Miscellany R N I B R R Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Depart ment lolitical Depart ment Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IK - Regular Dealer Is LR the Time Table No fect Nov - 22 In Ef- Â¬ 18 1894 tASTBOLTNO No E A Sun Ex M Out aead your order- - to yersjille NichoU Mlil r M i viMe Vi- er II m i Richiiiond Union r m And cannot supply what you want Brassfield Irvine WES I the WEEKLY Courier Journal A BLANTON Dealer in A M P M Irvine I Valley H Ims mmm eiirht- - 0I1111111 Detnocnitic Newspaper Editor Iletnv Wattersoti 1 YEAR The Weekly Cowier J reel makes very liberal terms to ajrrata Sample copies of the paper and Premium sup plement sent tree to anv addreaa A PRICE 00 COAL no-pr-- n Versailles O Write to H HI FK JOl RN AL COM PAN Y Louisville Kentucky KINDLING AND FEED Office and yard 1 -- any W tt LODGE DIRECTOEY MASONIC M iDAMS i rnt Richmond Lodge No 2 meets second s and fourth Tuesdavs in each month P Dcatherage Master Speed Smith Secretary comer Main and streets one iitre from the court home Telepbune 17 vmi KENTUCKY Avill et witat von nder and jret it QUICK A eolil wave never catehes him Dappiog CENTRURT- - 30O El B I loN IKI INC1 No 4 200 100 100 5 SO -- lr 5 1 5 M 1 land Wells W li ue acres bud Walton Wash K 2 acres land Waiton Wash R 1S03 6j acres land ILLIMoX No lot SO 700 So ICO Smih Milton I acre land iissey oe R non res acre land Warren Arthur 2 acre land million raaciac 1 no 8 - Â¬ I iiim 11 tit I M PiY 111 Adams Strotber G nacres land SO Adams Win heii- - pi acre- - land JOO Adams Elisabeth 31 acres land ISO Alexander Elizabeth t acres land 50 Adkin- - Louis non les 60 acre land 400 Amerine ohn hens town lot Baker John D non res acres h nd 300 Bush Martha 101 acres land 700 Butler John W 62 acre land Soo Butler Elizabeth 12 acres land S0 Burton ohn M lu acre land oo Burton Sam 5 acres land 100 Blev ins James S acres land loo By bee Ham hens acres Ian 300 Coinelison Webster jj acre- - land iSO Challis Tom ip acre- - land soo Castee Lincoln j acres land 50 Conner Pleas 40 acres land 200 Dalton Edla A 44 acre land joo Dickerron lank non ick i acre land 100 Finney John D 14 acres land 100 GairettT J j acres land 30 Grinslead Joe P town lot 150 Grinstead Geo W town lot 30c Galliger Eelix 55 acres Mad 300 Gardiner Robt 2 acres land o Grinstead Smith town lot 400 Ttom lo sO Ud cre ma- tJamct loo Knii F atr Und 700 Kuhn - 37 cres land 800 Lee Elizabeth 10 acres land 100 Lewis Mrs Mary 11011 res acre laud so McWborler L P almr Sallie Williams 60 acre land 500 McLockbn Andy 15 acres land o Pottwood Chas C acre land s Portwood lohn P jn acres land 5 Pottwood John P 1S03 J5 acie land co Richardson Ba- - 15 acres land oo Rbodu Tom acre land 5 Rhodu John W Sr acre land 100 Singei Win 40 acres laud 30 Todd Frank 260 acres land 3 000 Yater Lucinda 80 acre land 500 YAiEs raactacr no 5 1 1 1 im l- -- Adams T B non re- town lot Agce Ambrose 4 acres laud Agee Sarah A 3S acres laud Book Mrs Mildred town lot Burton Elia A 23 acres land Barnes Elizabeth 65 acre land Cox John non res 41 acre land Cotton Elua non res jj acies laud Cook Harrison acicland Coolev Elizabeth acres land Clark Rachel fnon res ozo acres land Davis Joseph non res 40 acres land Foster Lcoma 5 acre land Farthergill Marv 40 acies laud Fain Larkin 6 acres land Fletcher Johnson non res 7 acre land Ho liday Man ha iC Bettie 70 acres land Hughes Minerva 40 acres land Harvey Norris 17 acres laud Deathman Joe B non res 60 acres laid Jenning Nancy 10 acre land Kelly Bettie 6 acre land Kelly Wm T acre land Locker James acre land Locker Wm acre land Land Sallie 3S acre land Long Jessie W 07 acres land Muipliey Wm 00 acre- land Reynolds Thomas II liens 200 acies lanu Ketilro Sanford lo acres land Sebastian lame- - M 12 acres laud Sowers Win P S 2 acres land Tinner Harriet 37 acre land Warien Win 7 acres land Wright Win non re lo acres land R Agee 43 acres Wliitaker II C land W ilcy Haivey non ies 33 acres land 1 1 -1 1 - illew Frank 30 acres land liallew Merrill 11 acres land Collin Sam 11 acre land 1 ovinglon Howard 2 acres land iiainbers illis acre land Clicnault Icnnie 7 acres land Estill John 3 acies land E lill Dolly acre land Estiil Henry S acres land Estill Lena acre land Estill Charlie 4oacres land Faulkner Ed non res 4 acre- - land Grtibb Win 2 acres land Green Hadeti town lot Hume Susan 3 acres land llicket Tom acre land Ilairis Graea 2 acres land Harris Martha 36 acres land Hitton Green 3 acre land Irvine Christopher 7 acre land Johnsoa Richard 20 acre land Kayanaugh Joe 3 acres land Mayo Linden 2 acres land 300 Villcr Milt 6 acres land loo Phelps George 2 acre land SO Reed George 7 acre land 300 Stone Cy rus S acre land White Janett acres land Woods Mary 20 acre land M Yates Rachacl G non res acre 3 land Ijo ly Yates Rachael 2 acres land 1 1 1 -- Heafness Cannot Be lurwl by local applications as they eaitiot Ion SO 5 50 S 100 5 50 100 so SO so 200 5 100 SO reach the diseased portion of tl e ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the unions lining of tin Sae tachiau Tube When this tulie is in tlauied you have a tumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness ii the result and unless the inflammation is taken out and this tube restored to its normal conlition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused bv catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed cotedi tion of the mucous surface- W e will give Due Hundred Dollan for auv case of deatness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Ciilnky Co Â¬ Â¬ Richmond Roval Arch Chapter No id D meets third Tuesday in each month P Armcr H P J Speed Smith Sccv Richmond Commanderv No la Reg- Â¬ ular meeting the first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are cordially invited to attend S P Dcaiherage E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 1S5 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month A J Ross W M BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Kentucky to All Points North Mouth and South west PATENTS Caveats and Trade marks obtainc I and all patent business conducted for Moder My office is in the immediate ate Fees vicinity ol the Patent Otlice and mv faculties for securing patents are unsi ed Send model sketch drawing or photograph with description and statement as to adv antages claimed No charge is made for an opinion as to patentability and my U e for prose the application will not be called for until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled Inventors Guide containing lull information furnished tree Add Ceral Kingston Lodge No 31c at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month T C Win Secretary I M Boen VV M Waco Lodge No vfi meets fourth Saturday in every month John White I WM II Tiirpm Secretary at John D Hamilton Lodge No Union City meets second Saturday in every month John D Hamilton Y M lohn L GriggB Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 44 at Boones every borough meets third Saturday month Wm Bennett W M S Oldham Secretary Berea Lodge No 617 meets the first Saturday in each month at 7 oclock p ni E L Robinson Secretary E T Flab Â¬ 111 BFCotton Secretary Through daily train service between Cincinnati Middles borough Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on LN IOUTH BOUND RR 1895 Scaeaale ia Kfwt Jaa 1st No 1 Dally KX Daiy 8oi p No 5 Dm y pm Master Franklin Mention this uaper H Huih S Toledo Sold by drajQpata 7hc 5 bo 200 15a 100 SO Fires like death and taxes have been in the world since its creation Pcwell Turley 3- Insure that big bam ley Powell Tur- 150 So 5 y2 20O 1 area raactacT no 5 700 40O 400 O lOO 4OO lOO 3OO SO 50 3OO 4OO 800 lOO 200 So 100 SO 400 200 500 000 loo loo 250 350 50 3 100 400 COLORED 1 1 so kiiimomo ran in Ballaid Iydia heirs 1 town lot Burgui Martha town lot Burgin Maiy hens town lot lircck Burgoyne I town lot Ballard Winston I lown lot Buiiiam Mary town lot Burnani Mary 12 acre laud Burton Sam Sr I town lot Chenault Rout I town lot Canniiliael John town lut Coradisoa Ed teara lot Cobb W m town lot Dillingham Lou I tow lot Einhry Mary I town lot Emory Keleica lown lot Ellison Jack lown lot Estill Robt town lot rMfeSaiali I town lot entiy Cliaibe heirs I Iowa lot loraua Caroline ben Gibson John I lown kg Hiiguely Ccorgia Ann I town Ilairis lien I town lot Iivtne Hemy lown lot Irvine Anut Irvine Joe lown Irvine Manah town Lipscomb Steve heirs I towu kvl 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 2oo iS loo 700 300 I 500 2 CO ii 100 200 150 500 16a lOO 300 500 7o Â¬ -- m -- 1 200 so 300 loo 400 300 400 350 5 so 40 250 So shi 500 300 0 -- JMI 100 loo I IKI 4OO j 500 1 60O 300 200 Broaddus Jennie 10 acre land Collin George 200 acies land Corueilisoii Robt 2 acres land Chenault VVade 7 acre land Davis Chiton 4 acre land Diggs Sallie heirs 3 acres land Eastei James 7 acre land Finney Susan 16 acre land ranch Edwin 10 acre land Goins Marv non re 5 acres land llocker Alex 2 acre land Harris Tabilha acre land Hill Kitty 6 acres land Maxbcrry Winnie non res 3 acre land Moore Sarah acre land Todd Andy 30 acre land Tribble lohn H 10 acre land White Richard 3 acre land Yates Jell town lot SLAOI rKKclNCT NO 6 Blythe George acre land Myth Wm town lot Blythe EUlra 2 acres land Blythe Sidney acre land Blythe David 4 acre land Brooks Humphrey I acre land Bronaugh Charlie 4 acre land Bronaugh Caleb en acre laud Best Eliiah 13 acres land Baxter Richmond 105 acres land Baxter Richmond agent M alula White 50 acres land Buruam Chas Sr acre laud Burnam Dudley heirs 6 acre land Ballard Howard c acres land Ballard Monroe town lot Bennett Win non re 2 acres land Bennett Cbadwell 2 acres land Crigler Kilty acre land Crigler Wm acre laud Campbell Cora 10 acres laud Denny Isaac 2 acre land Uciilum Wm non res it acres land Fife Harry 2 acre land Gentry Mat 4 acie land Gentry Joe 2 acre land Gentry John 3 acre land Harris W m 2 acre land Ingram Phillip 3 acres laud Miller David 2 acre land Moran Sam 2 acres land Martin Wni c acre land Miller Isaac acre land Peck W m town lot Park John F 4 acre land Peyton lien 4 acres land Ros Anderson 2 acres land Reed Palmer acre land Rhode Richmond 15 acres land Rah Win 20 acres land Simpson Anderson acre lajid Shearer Beard I acre laud Turner Anderson 20 acre land White FianW heirt 3 acres land White Allen a acrs land White Larkin 2 acres land 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 100 1 FOR SALE THE PLANT -- 01 000 SO SO 5 SO So S 200 So 5 1111 40 5 loo 100 100 So MOUNTAIN The free and unlimited coinage of Lve Llviniti ii IVf ljnil silver the product of American mines rr I nrliln CorMa at the old ratio of 16 of silver to i of Lve Btrli rville Le gold is the only solution of and Lve Pineville Ive Miilrlleslli rr Hlllil jHl remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ M1 Lv illinM KVHII s or HONOR factory condition of trade manufacLve Corbti Amitv Lodge No 15 K of H meets Lve WllllHIIishg every Friday evening in the Odd Fellows ture and general business of the coun Arr JelllCo hall at 7 oclock HI Rice Dictator try Arr Knoxv llle The surreptitious act of 1873 E W Rowland Reporter Lve Kirlimniitl divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ rr Kiwl niii km ins ot rv 1111 as tary system was a crime of untold Whit lo lirp Vo t W P magnitude It was the rankest kind NORTH BOUND cry Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows nan at o clock U W Tudor C C of class legislation 111 favor of the Lve Rowland C C Hooker K of R aud S wealthy against the producers of Arr Richmond Lve Knoxville avavaw wealth and hostile to the prosperity a Lve Jelllco Lve WlllUmshg R of the United States It was an act Air Corbin Lve of treason because done at the instance Lve Ciimd Tinp Middlestrtl of a European syndicate and for bribe Lve IltievilllLve Rarhrville Arr money giwng aid and comfort to Lve CorMa ijiiiiliin our countrys enemies To shield Arr Livlnsioii Carats and Trade M arks obtained and all Pat Lve LivniKsioii ient business conducted for Moocratt recs the guilty parties the well authenti- Â¬ Lve Beren Ou Orncr is OPPOSiTt U S Patcnt Ornct Arr imiwecin secure patent in less tunc taan those cated facts often published have been Lve Riehniond Richmond remote from Washington Arr Wlnchesier head model drawing or photo with descrip vigorously denied Lve Winchester 1 Â¬ ooK Madison Lodge No i nieetb every Mundav at their ball on Main street R C Kirby N S II Thorpe Y G Krazee Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets every first and third Thursdsy in Odd Fellows Hall on Main street Richmond J Luvscomb C P L j I razee Scribe Richmond I nilorm Degree Camp No meets second Thursday in each month at Odd Fellows Hall C K Tudor Cap lain L J Frazee Clerk 1 oi F street Washington D C LJ FREE 4 OI VMt OF OVKB Lvs Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Kalmouth Lve CynthlHna rr Pc Arr Lexlnao Ive Paris Arr WtiHhester Lve Winchester Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Lve herea rr LivniKston 811 am 5 nil 1210 o n am 1041 am 94 a mi 4 - pm p m 10 1 5 pro P iaio 112s am iS P P n 15 140 p m 4 41 p 44S p p 600 p 1055 1025 1055 1055 1143 1143 1207 m s 34P am pm Pm a ni am p m 6 i4 pm pm Pn r pa pm pm f Pn io yo m m m m 217 310 310 352 125 a a a a am m m ia mi 640 p m 4 505 a m 525 a m a ni 45 P 550 630 800 150 pm pm am 358 a m 42 a m p ro 520 p m No a Kx Son -- Daily Dmly 700 a aa x 1 5 am 1110 p m 13 p m 1001 p m No 4 Daily No j 5 iop m 7 40 a 9 50a 700am si L m ni 12 3paaaa 6 jo am rn ju a rn 108 a 111 200 a m n5 aaa m 7 40a m 8 19 a m 9 00 a m 9 45 a ra 10 23 11 15 a 11 12 2 am m n joani n 28 S5 n loo 500 bo 170 rr SENTINEL CASNOWCO 2l PuTtNTOrncc Washington o C or not tree of icnurgc our ie not due till patent is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with tost of same in the U S and toreign countries sent wee Address tion ne adrise if ftttentable 30 200 2oo 2 CO -I- S OFFEKKD FOK fcALE YELLOW The Enquirer will continue to expose this unpardonable crime until right and justice are done the people by the full restoration of silver to its t old companionship with gold We need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth to which end Â¬ Arr runs Lve Lexington Lve PhHs LTe i nitiiHiia Lve Kniinonth Arr CovingTon Arr 1111 iniiHti 710 am 700 am 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