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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v J VOLUME M VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DSNTAL SiTRGSST Crutcher 1 Is RICHMOND NEW GROUND Dr 1 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY I1IBAi WEDNESDAY MARCH 01895 Latest U S NUMBER MAKING COLORED A 39 ka discn ounty tieectoey flRC LIT -- COIJT BA - rott wealths Aitv 11 Talmage Has Built Three inianiana an i Conpiutensian- sin we are as impolitic and little tin lerstood as if a physician should talk to in ordinary patient a bout the pericard c symptoms Many of as come out of he theological seminaries so loaded up that we take the first ten years to show our people how much we know Churches Thorpe L HARRIS in Brooklyn nmand intercostal mils Nrbnt- - 1ft I D Ki ncr S E Scott lurv Fund S E Scott Mondv in landed Monday in April and in September and Dt 1Kk Off re in - Â¬ COINTV COIRT - R Bitrnam I lo J wnii C and bridcr worll a nenaltv i street Oftiie It to 4 a m ill J 3 A YATES And Ntt raaataB Called Upon to Undrrtake the lmliling of th- - lonrili He limit Himself Ireaehinc in a New I lehl iii and the next ten years gat our people etv York to know as much as we know and at Hr Tabnaajet mbjeel Snndav wjis the end find that neither of us knows Here Now round and his text komans anything as we ought to know xv Iest I should build apoa an arc hundreds of thousands of sinning White Tevis Cobb P Simmons r Wagers M R IfORGAK A YA TI DENTD3T8 KlillMoMi Mam - S rvevor G Brown F Croolte B Broari Public Schools KenTIKY ever Madsaaa National 3- - Street Mrs M J on the first Won -- WELBY RlCHMOND W BURGIN Kentucky No si nth IR MFS AM I VST A t I dentdst third over Clicniull - D I Artner 15 fen R S lima Million third gene Todd R Wells first Sal- grocery Second 45- - able cl DR RlCHM A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SUkGEON - lohr instable -S second Amos Ellison Doty Maupin fourth Mon- stable C C Lamb t I S Covle third Sat ile James W Bratct er V B KlMICIvY - OmCK Smith M rect Office 3- Coy second W Bioaddus 46 i htr - third nj ATT0E1TETS magistrates courts February May Au CORT Fourth Satur omSa Jones ber IIFKI POLICF II CtkD Rkhmond M CHENAULT III ATTORNEYS AT - KlMltKV Mrctrt Gabbad Mar- Office on Second ztey - oer Chiuuil 31 o I ITV rv C PH t IN KT Rice Sullivan I I - POWELL Klc Yenev ATTOMJfEF AT LAW KtNHiKY iiMoMl Water Light Co s on 3- - David Freeman aeld on the first Tuesday CITY COUNCIL T N T Covinglor Max or iff r II Y R SHACKELFORD IOND ATTORNEY AT LAW KtMICKY et KicS and arse Mershon D i 4 Treasurer - Clerk STEPHEN KicHMoNn I PARRISH 1 CEUESE DISCT0KT IKililsT ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Ktc Tree of le terms 46- - IV - Pas am at iv Sabbath school er met tingsat 730 p 1 Patents Caveats r raie Marl write me ith Sundays lrat av E a patent foundation After with the help of others I had 1tiilt three churclios in the same city and not feelinp called upon to under take the superhuman toil of bunding a fnirtli ciiurch Providonc- Haw oint to n the field in which I could enlarjre my work and I feel a sense of relief amounting to exultation Whereunto this work will grow not prophesy It is inviting and piomisiiio- - beyond anything I have ever tonched The churches are the yrandest institutions this world ever sau and their Daatota liave no superiors this sioe of heaven bet there is a hieh must be done outside the and to that work I join my awhile Lest I build on an Â¬ other man s fomnlation in laying oat the plan for his anis- v ir Paul with more brain my tif his conteiuporarios or pre- r or successors aoogfat out and cities which had not yet n preached to He goet to Corinth mentioned for splendor and vice and Icrusaloni where the pries and Sanhedrim wen- ready to leap with feet on the Christian religion has a special work to do and he means to do it What was the result The grandest life of nsefnl- nevs thai man ever lived We modem Christian workers are apt to imitate We build on other peoples Iaul foundations If wi church mprefer to have it filled with of whom have been Do we gather a Minday school o want good boya and frirls inled faces washed manners I church in this day is e built out of other churches Snaac ministers their time in fishing other peoples ponds and they throw the line into that church pond ut a Methodist and throw I be line into another pond ami bring out a Presbyterian or if there is a re row in some neiphbo church and the whole school of tish m 1111 off from that pond and we all in with one sweep of the Absolutely What is rained ng for the general cause of lirist It is only as in an army when ment is transferred from one di vision to another or from the Four teenth regiment to the Sixty ninth regiment Wh thens the army 1 Â¬ Â¬ - othor man t 1 Â¬ Church South Ser third Sundays Pastor M g Church South Services second and nsht Hraicr meft- We nrsdav night atternoon E Pas F S Pas Prate meeting ever it morning and alternate ever PRESBYTEBl Ricl erv r Snnav Pastrr at it a - m and ti meeting evert Wednt I lreshvterian McKt a in Its W Crawford da at 10 a Pastor Rev A and fourth Praver norning and night Saturda and Wednesday night run Sun liaie S in Hethrl Meeting H and fifth mails Chapel fourth Sunday Kirks rille Pastor Rev Will Crow ind third Sundat s BAII 1ST and Sundays each Sabbath Prater mreina each Thursday night nd Piedrstinarian Pastor Rev Saturday and E H Burnam id fourth Sunday rat United colored Ia M Campbell Third Saturdat s mdav in each month at also 3 and 7 p m on Sun- Pastor Richmond Ihird Saturday hool q a m I 1 - Pastor Rev R L Am- Fourth Saturday and following ani I Wills Pastor Rev J irdav and following Sunday irk Pastor Rev I I Wills i Saturday and Sunday Waco Pastor Rev T H Campbell idav and preceding Saturday IT Third Sunday and preceding 1asir Rev R L Am Sat- - nans Chapel First Saturday and Kes R L Ambrose Pastor Cah inist first Saturday r Ret Wm Rupard 4 aem Chapel Speedwell United lastor H Dunson First Satand Suniav in each month ia r Elder Pike Third Saturday and Sunday Havs Fork Third Sunday and prece attirdav Second Saturday and Kiob Pastor Rev R L Ambrose iv - brick cburch Pastor Rev T H Campbell an Pastor Rev M A Tones - mdav and preceding Saturday Â¬ Minday DISCIPLES OF CHIST Woods Third Sunday and pre- irdav Pastor L H Reynolds sundav J W Harding rd Sunday and preceding at Elder Cartwright Second Sunday and prece Joseph Ballevt Second and fourth Sun iia Mt m and preceding Saturdays Pastor Sabbath school 10 a a Peasant and fourth Sundays and preceding third Sunday Pas- -- t ReMiolds Richmond EMcfT W F Smith H every Sunday at 11 a m a m Sunday school at H a 7 Wi Pond Second Sunday Pa tor L H Reynolds Union Christian Church Second Sun d in each month and Saturday preced dtr W S Gamboe Pasor CHRIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL 11 o- 10 90 iter meeting Wednesday evening Evening service and sermon at Ladies clock duting Hie winter Soci ty on Friday at 2 p m L M Wii- 4 Morning service and sermon at in Rector Richmond jor Services first and 10 a rn CATHOLIC Pastor Rev- U Fatlrr Ma- Â¬ ay at me evening Lecture and benediction tie aim us a the j BEST REMEDY for PILES fajSEW big world When learned the diam ATTORNEY AT LAW eter and circumference of this p we ditl not learn half It is the latiRICHMOND KlNIltKY tude and longitude and diameter and imfereaee of want and woe and iirway at Crooks corner Main sin that no thymes can calculate This 52 niritual continent of wretched reaches across all ones and if I A SULLIVAK J ailed to give its geographical boundary I woe i say it was bounded ATTORNEY AT LAW on the North am South and Bast and kit HV Kr West by the great hear of Gods symÂ¬ pathy and love Oh it is a great world htaias Since i oclock this morninr at least nave been orn and all HI llH mutilated papulations are to tx- re of the Gospel In England or in Ktst ATTORNEY AT LAW ern American cities we are Uein nine Kentucky crowded and an acre of ground is of Iivd great value but out west too acres is small farm aad 30000 acres is no unstreet up stairs 31 30 usual possession There is a vast field here and every-VB MIII1 where unoccupied plenty of room more not building on an another mans ATTORNEY AT LAW We m foundation lurches to Kentucky stop In awl Willing the old ironclad sinKitiiMoNi ners that have been proof against thir ty years of Christian assault and aim for the salvation of those who have never yi t hat one warm hearted and PSTSICIAiTS point blank invitation There churches whoso buildings might be 1 A8HBAUGH1L I worth s on mm who are not averaging five new converts a year and HOMOZPATUJST good than many a logCabiu meet Kentucky ing house with tallow candle stock in kitiiMoM wooden socket and a minister who has lhrol iih diseases tf women a spec never seen a eoUege or known the difialty Offioss reet 34- ference between Greek aad Choetaw We need churches to get into sympathy DR H II GIBSON with the great outside world and lei them know that none are so brokenJAN AND SURGEON JJI or hardly tint Kentucky hearted lie welcomed bestead thats some kittiMoMi wi not No at I fastidious Christian dont like to Office in the loe ollins btiildiaa 18 and ao Sec Don t put any be crowded in church ond Street ott Whites new dl u my pew i My brother wiiat will you do in A H STEWART DR great mull When Heaven that no man can number assembles PBYKIAN AM BURGEON in youi pewWhat they will put Kentucky are the select few today assemble i in kicHMosD the Christian churches compared ttith the mightier millions outside of them Officf 7is Main street over Covington Mitchells clotliuig sturc Kcsldcncc oiy North At least aO00afM people in thi- - cluster 14- Street Ward cities and not more than MKLOOO in the churches Many of the DR O A KENNEDY iiurciits are like a hospital thai should advertise that its patients must rStClAX AM BURGEON have nothing worse than toothache Kentucky or rnnarounds Kichmomj but no broken heads no crushed ankles no frac Offic in Smitli Iluildinx No 04 Main Street up iive us for treatment tured thighs 13 stairs Office hours 12 to t and 4 to 5 oclock moderate sinners eclvrt eoated sin It is ners and sinners with a gioss on DR JOHN IL FOSTER as though a man had afarmof ooufi acres and put all his work on one acre PHYsk IAS AND SURGEON KENftCKY ami has raised splendid men and wom klCHMOND en in that small enclosure but the field That moans North and Street between Second and is the world Orrt Third Europe Asia and iirs residence at corner Main South America and ales Creek Avenue Africa anil all the islands of the sea It is as though after a great battle W EVANS M D there were 50000 wounded and dying Kfnticky on the field ami three sngeona gave all Richmond their time to three patients tinder their g retired from the practice of medicine The major general conies in known to mycharge eeraI years ac for reason- to the self I again tffcr my profcsMW Come out syf to the Doctors PertOaW desir and vicinity here and look at the nearly SOOOOdying rs will find my ofli e ii of tne residence of X H Ictheragc on No for lack of surgical attendance street say the three doctors standing there and fanning their patients wo have DR T J TAYLOR three important cases lure and we are we when and attending them ildichu- and Surgrnj busy with positively not Kemicky are Richmond wounds it takes all out their In time to keep the flies off Office on Second Street oser Yeagers Jewelry Store Residence on Third Street this awful battle of siu and sorrow where millions have fallen on millions do not let us spend ail our time in MAS HOOKER taking care of a few people and when VETERINAR Y SURGEON i into the the command No say practically world Mario Veterinary College Qrmdu can not go I have here a f Veterinary Uenltstry and Sterility a Specialty and I am busy keeping off the Offif There arc multitudes b Main St below hirst Richmond Ka-who have never bad any Chr worker look them in the eye aud witn earnestness in the SOUl III 111 or they would long ago Come My have been in the kingdom religion is either a sham friends If It or a tremendous reality BUCKEYE a sham let ns cease to lie have anything to do with Christian If it be a reality then as are on their way to CURES NOTHING BUT PIUS for the ordeal i3 doing and w a biidc nri CERTAIN CURE In I known for IS years as the II BRECK fact is tnis is iv iv a in Din 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- hrist came to save them and wiil save them now Bat we go into pro found and elaborate definition of what justification Is and after nil thework are not outside of the learned professions Vooo people in the United i who can tell what justification will read you the definition is Justification is purely a forensic act the act of a jadge sininjr in the forum in which the supreme ruler and judge who is accountable to none and who a lone knows the manner in which tncemlsof His nuiveisal government can Wst be attained reckons that was done by the substitute and not on account of anything done by but purely upon account of this gracious method of reckoning grants to in the full remission of their sins I will Now what i justification ok what justification is when a siniielets bim off One summer In Connecticut went to a Factory and I saw over the door ten the word No admittance entered and saw over the next door No admittance Of course I entered I oot inside and found it a pin factory and they were making pins service able tine useful pins So the spirit of exclusiveneas has practically written overthe oatsidedoor of many acharch No admittance1 And if the stranger enter he linds practically written over on door No admittance and if he goes in over all the pew doors seems written No admittance while the minister stands in the pulpit ham-Â¬ mering out ins little niceties of belief pounding oul the technicalities of religion making pins In the most way aad laying aside the non esaentiala ami the hard definitions of religion go oat on the yen mission tolling the p what they need and when and bow they can get it onrparatively little effort s yet has been made to save that large class of ins in our mi 1st called skeptics and he who goes to work will not bo building up oa another mans founda Â¬ tion There is a great mult it them They are afraiil of us and our churches for the reason we tu not know how to treat them One of this met Christ aad hear with what rneasaad pathos aad beauty and success hrist dealt with him Thou saalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart and w ith all thy soul and with all thy mind and with all thy strength This is the first command ment nil the seeontl is like to this namely thou shall thy neigh s thyself There is no other comÂ¬ And mandment greater than this Well Master ribe said to Him Thou hast said the truth for there is one God and to love Him with all the heart ami all the understanding and all the soul and all the strength is more than whole burnt offerings and And when Jesna saw that sacrifices he answered discreetly He said unto him Thou art not far from the King So a skeptic was saved dom of God in one interview Bat few Christian people treat the skeptic in that way Instead of taking bold of him with the gentle hand of love we are apt to take him with the iron pincers of ecclesias ticism You would not In- so rough on the man if you knew by what process he I had lost his faith in hristianity have known men skeptical from the fact that they grew up in houses where religion was overdone Sunday was the most awful day of the week They had religion driven into them with a They were surfeited triii haminer witn prayer meetings They were stuffed and choked with catechisms They were often told they were the worst boys the parents ever knew Ik cause they liked to ride down hill bet ter than to road Banyans 1ilgrims Progress Whenever father and mother taikod of religion they drew down the corners of their mouth antl I up their eyes If any one thing will Bead a boy or girl to ruin sooner than another that is it If I had had such a father and mother I fear I should have bees an infidel When I was a boy in Sunday school at one time wo had a teacher who when we wore not attentive struck us over the bead with a New Testament and tiiore is a way of iisintr even the Bible so as to make it offeni Â¬ Â¬ I struggling and dying people who need to realise just one thing that Jesus -- been swindled by religious pretearoera Live in the presence of others a frank honest earnest Christian life that they may be attracted to the same Saviour upon whom your hopes depend Remember skepticism has si some reason good or bad for existing Goethes irreiigion started when the news came to Germany of the earth quake at Lisbon November 1 ITT 10000 people have perished In that earthquake and in the after rising of the Tagus so stirred his sympathies that be threw up his belief in the good f Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report GLASS ke Â¬ sive i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 3- li 3- 1 0- TABLERSDII Illlll OINTMENT VI AIL wva V Others were tripped up of skepticism from being grievously wronged by some man who professed to le a t hris They had a partner in business tian who turned out to be a first class scoundrel though a professed t ian Many years ago they lost all faith by what happened in an oil com- Â¬ pany which was formed amid the pe iroloum excitement The company owned no land or if they did there was no sign of oil produced but the was a president of the company lre bvteiian elder antl the treas urer was an Episcopal vestryman and one dirvctor was a Methodist clas leader and the other directors prom ineat mesabersof Uaptist and Congre- Â¬ gational ehurches Iirculars were got out telling what fabulous prospects company ope Bed this lefore innocent men and women who had a little money to invest and that little 1 l heir all said dont know any ibout the company but so many good men arc at tiie head of it that it inist be excellent and taking stock in it must lie almost as good as joining i be church o they bought the stock and per- Â¬ haps received one dividend so keep them still but after a while they fount that the company had reorganised ami had a different president and different treasurer and different diree meats or ill health iiad caused the former officers of tha to re- company with many i And all that the subscribers of siirn that stock had to show for their in waa a beautifully orna i certificate Sometimes that man looking over his old papers comes that certificate and t is live that he vow wants none of the religion that - aud trustees and di- the i pr- oil compsay of course their rejection of the ground was un ion on such at philosophical antl unwise many of the Unite every year and there are of court martials thousands lis Â¬ Â¬ - 1 I that anything against the Iliited Stajt s government that Antl if a soldier of Testis in Is l a mass of white glass from the melting pot on the end of a blow pipe ami then immerse it in another pot containing molten ghaSS of the desired hue Tht latter then constitutes a mere ti itside of the globe dish lantern or other article which the Mowi about to make Other plans are also A new one is reputed as in us of God STATE ing lieon tried in Gel many antl as Others have gone into skepticism y satisfactory results from a natural persistence in asking Tisiins were granted the other The blower has a piece of apparatus why They have boon fearday as follows William H of this description An npright sheet Increase fully stabbed of the interrogation Congress Holds a Sunday Ses- Â¬ McDonald ovington Kenton county iron cylinder twenty inches in diam Â¬ xiut There are so many things they sion to Finish Its Work Original widows etc Eliza J Farmer eter is surmounted by a horizontal one can not get explained They can not Re- Livingston county Smithland The former is s arranged that an iron understand the Trinity or how God t A newnb Mirwir s f I cm be sovereign and yet man a free Sundry Civil Bill With Sugar Bounty strong i etietubarg Boyd county rn ladle may be in ertcd in it near the bottom The upper cylinder has doors Neither can I They say I A i ikiiiui of supplies for the OklaClaim Passes Both Branches at its entis one of them allowing dont understand why God should have Shelhoma sufferers was started from operator to introduce his work aad suplei sin come into the world Neither by vale a few days nu o port his blowpipe on a crotch You say do Why was that child An Appropriation to sVm t onimissioDrs Ths senate has confirmed the nomi- device is placed inside a furnace antl started in life with such disatlvant to the VtoiiclHr- - onffrcner the sn- nation of Wallace at Shelby to be col- when the workman is reheating an while ohers have all physical alc Abandon the lliitsyiian AiiicimI- lector of internal revenue for the article for the last time an attendant nit in lo the Appropriation Hill and mental equipment not tell cm Seventh district of Kentucky puts a spMintul of certain chemicals in Â¬ They go out of church on Easter morn Tin Owen county man who devoured the ladle and places the latter In the ing ami say That doctrine of tiie All lit sINKss HMMll i twenty two egga has been outdone by r cylinder Fumes then rise ami resurrection confounded me Washington March I 119 am a citizen of Ioplar Plains Reusing in these the object is rapidly turned So it is to me a mystery beyond un The house on motion of Mr Talbot t county who it is said ate thirty over and over while at a rod heat A I ravelmeut understand all the pro lias suspended the rules and agreed to two apple pies a loaf of bread beautiful tint antl luster are thus imcesses by which men get into the dark I aak half a gallon of buttermilk parted The chemical mixtures em I know them all nave traveled with the senate ame ldments to the aaval Pbestox the din this work are not tlest burning feet that blistered way Tiie appropriation bi 1 The senate at 513 that have causedholder of the so much troul ami possibly are trade secrets lirst word which most children learn entered upon the consideration of un- Union county will be in that county to utter is Papa- - or Mamma but objected bills in the calendar and at in a short time to consider the com a rmitK toiRr tiiiuk the first word I over uttered I know what it is to the conclusion of these will take a re- promise proposition offered by the taxpayers of the interested precincts have a hundred midnights pour their cess until Monday at fhSOa m In Floyd county on Mud Creek hunongress WtMiiMinN March 4 darkness into one hour Such men are not to be scoffed but helped was in session until after midnight dreds of people are ill of a peculiar tgsJC The United States mail ha ruin your back up n a drowning Saturday night By a vote of S7 to SI man when you have the rope with he senate refused to recede from its been stopped by request of physicians from traveling through the in ooooo for the Ha to pull bim ashore and let that appropriation of woman in the third story of a house waiian cable This means that the community Twelve persona have died perish in the flames when you have a contest will lc prolonged and the from the disease within tae last four days Isdder w ith which to help her oat and cable may fail Tin Woodford Coaaty fair Co will ber down rather than turn vour The total of the appropriations of back scolfingly on a skeptic whose soal this eoagrear was increased by over issue 13000 worth of bonis to liquidis in more ril than the bodies of siiiooo at oclock Sunday morning ate outstanding indebtedness in vr Kentucky farmers are ship- Â¬ by the passage of senator Faulkner s those other endangered ones p can be oil skepticism is a dark land request of the house bill repaying West ping their horses and mules t the mountains and trading them for catThere are men in this house who would Virginia her direct war tax tle The Indian bill is still in conference give a thousand worlds if they pos-AiniotiH James H Kerlin is lying them to gel back to the placid The others are shaping themselves in his deathbed at the Beilevue hotel faith of their fat hers ami mothers and very well and w ith a continiiou it is our place to help them never sioti from Sunday afternoon it is prob- Â¬ Louisville ho is making every effort to through their heads but always able that everything will have been scare a divorce from hi wife before Back of the sail completed through their hearts It is expected that the the end comes lie is in These skeptics when broughl to senate will shortly recess until oclock sensational state of facta Life Jesus will be mightily effective far on Sunday afternoon That is the he last stages of consumption and can live only a short time longer He has more so than those w ho never exam agreement reached after 530a in THE MARKETS about siniKK worth of pi opal ty antl The house having completed its conthe evidences of Christie Thomas t halmers was once a sk sideration of the sundry civil bill at 3 wants a divorce it is said so that his IN Hull a skeptic Robert Newton oclock Sunday morning which in wife can not get any of this estate icrr-- fancy eptic Christinas Evans a skeptic cluded agreement to the sugar bounty when he dies II and the Nicaragua survey antl disa lnl when once with strong band Minis a prominent farm famii greements to appropriation for the siding near Kingston Madison county ioii of the chariot of the thej rolled it on with what momen- Â¬ Tennessee exposition antl monetary hail a narrow escape from death While tum If I address such men ami wom conference the senate will thereafter out feeding some mules he was pawed aTnsAT r im- Â¬ consider the parts on which the house en to day I throw oat no scoff by one of the animals and knock foils plead them by the memory of the and probably ask for further the ground where he lav unconscious old days when at their mothers conference on the disputed points for several hours When fouud on I lay me down to though it may recede from its stand was broken and his head badly braised Now said sleep aad by those days and nights on tiie disputed oint His recovery is doubtful of scarlet fever in which she watched Congress Sunday aad Sunday night Ill n s W in tESIDI s nged 16 both houses concurring passed the shot ami fatally wounded Wash Ward you giving you the medicim just the right time and turn- - sundry civil bill vith the sugar bounty at Cairo Henderson coaaty the other our pillow when it was hot claim and an appropriation to send day The lioys had been tin IM and with hands that many years commissioners to the monetary conferhitesides is under am ago turned to dust soothed away ence left in it the Indian appropriafive cents per tlozeu tare twenty Hon your pain antl with voice that you tion bill the naval appropriation bill in some places in Bobertsoa county again unless you join with Hawaiian cable clause stricken will never hear Ear W II Bor i s of Illinois will her in the better country told you to out and the number of battle ships to hold a series of meetings at Owem need from three to two anil the in a tent mind for you would feel better IT tc under the by and by and by that dying couch general deficiency bill auspices of the bristian chm At l oclock Monday morning all of where she looked so pale and talked Thomas Gi nn of Paris was split 00 iwly catching ber breath between the appropriation bils save five nameting kindling wood when a piece lit- the words and you felt an awful ly sundry naval general deficiency struck hiin across the eyes destroying WnrAT No - red ami M loneliness coming over your soul by consular and dip omatic had been sent ght of one eye and injuring the v The sundry civil and other all that I beg you to comeback aud to the president It was good the consular aud diplomatic were beÂ¬ take the stne religion A II Thomfson has sold r enough for her It is good enough for ing compared and will be in the hands land near Low isburg to Thomas Bran Kc Inyou Nay I have a better plea than of the president by daylight The Nrir Toaa at non for 81303706 rn 2 Sit plead by all the wounds ami dian bill will be he next after these to that 1st ti IMikv a well known farmer t Hmo tears ami bloo anil groans and iilo reach him of Pike county killed himself by Both biauches of Congress having ing his head off w ith a shotgun nies and death throes of the Son of gnu id to the bill raising a commission God who approaches you at this mo No I noil Jamks CMnwKM a wealthy farmer ment with torn brow and Lacerated to represent the United States in the oaa No 2 elevator living in the edge of Sharpsbarg com nonetary conference the and whipped back and tarinr proposed N white TTsttJ Come unto me alive who are wearv senate lat suutlav night in execctive mitted suicide by cutting his throat No 3 ic No 3 xie heavy laden antl I will give you session chose enators Teller Jones with a razor and TBKKS is sti much petty thievin Ark and Itaniol as delegates to repÂ¬ rest nil bag on in the vicinity of Biebmoni Toll resent the senate the taik of a w aipping post for pilferWheat No 2 red cash The sundry civil bill appropriating CONDENSED NEWS ers is becoming common 1T1 Isih which is S138415tH more ad Miv 11 Faumkks about College Hill arc getsimilar appropriation for the Gathered Krtim All Inrl- - of the Country by than theyear went through ting ready to plow al current contrress Tcbtjr tph t uVatanuaa I ljrch fo 0 Caats liiNKV Mkans a prominent citizen Just before ion Count Waltlosee lias the infn with surprising alacrity the recess at t oclock the conferees rc residing several miles soutli of Hop biti on a 1ITTSaiHGH M AI The czar has influenza and a soro ported an agreement on all disputed kinsviile committed suicide the other afternoon by hanging himself with a rood b The Cameron job for the purS rotiKb faitems throat He w as Lord Boarberya condition was un- Â¬ chase of the Blaine site was the first rope to a bedpost in his room to go The house forced the senate to a bachelor ii years old and his mind changed Saturday i had leen unsettled for some time yield I IV 4 to fair etary Carlisle has fined Angus sHEtp Export wethers The oujs exciting incident of the sen- Â¬ Nkak North Mitidletown 11 Stanley nira lethier of St Louis S10 for selling eight unstamped packs- of playing ates Sunday night session was the Smith son of Squire Henry C Smith roramon el est lamii- abandonment of the Hawaiian cable met his death in a sad and peculiar vKi lamlis BVSaaJ il commou ti fair lambs ear Is manner Ho was standintr on a stump Mr Henderson of Iowa mav spend amendment to the diplomatic approagainst which he had leaned his gun Banum n v March some weeks in Washington after ad- Â¬ priation bill l mi VITlt tenil steers fat cows The senate by a feeble yea and nay and wan watching1 some sheep graze journment and pass a part of the sum- Â¬ mer fishing i1 the trout streams of Wis- Â¬ vote without a division withdrew when his dog in attempting to jump from its insistence to tiie Hawaiian upon the stump struck the hammer of me liiiii choice bi consin antl thus completed the gun discharging it The entire SHEEO AJU I AMR hlfe hlllllls Mr Grosvenor of Ohio will leave cable provision tVtn com fair to good fl the for Florida Immediately after adjourn- am consideration of the diplomatic charge entered the young mans abdo- mon consular bill men ment where he will remain a fort tra Kaat bfUfc cxr The rest of the session was spent in llNsioNs were grunted the other day CnSCAOO March night and then return to his home at executive session Cash quotation- - Flour Winter as follows Original John H War Athens i drip lettit Daviess county Thomas wheal NAVA KKCoKPs Eight more rioters were sentenced t sinMToN March 4 After ten W Schooler MortonsviUe Woodford nal V for thirty days in jail by the Kccortler Reissue William shannon No 3 i alien torn 41 at Savannah Ga Their friends gave years spent in the collection of mater- Â¬ county bonds in all the eases to go to the ial Um navy department is about to Jetts Franklin county William EL C So 2 whiteHMt issue the first volume of the first series MeKinster Adams Lawrence county No 0 rye I olc its StsailtJ Ma No stale courts Catlettsburg 2Hc No Mr Wilson of West Virginia will of the official records of the union and lames H Pemberton Mil tStro Its Irl Vturrh Boyd county Prea ae Smith- Caitle No quotable change in mar seek a brief season of rest in NewYork confederate navies in the war of the city during the month of March re- rebellion The work coversthe growth lani Livingston county John Hicks say turning- in time to qualify as iostuias condition and operations of the United Bolts Fork Boyd county John E Farmer Dixon Webster county Geo States navy ter general April 1 nraon W Milledgcville Lincoln la sbif Coulter TBB AlTKOPKl VTION- Henry Zimmerle aged 14 of 40Wylio reisstreet Pittsburgh was found in a box Wasiumiov March 4 The appro- Â¬ county Original widows etc ear at Columbus O laims tramps in- - priations for this session will aggre- - sue Emily If Battson Winchester tloeed him to enter the car and theu gate P4tK0O0 and the total for the Clark county Tayiok Minox charged with the congress will be SihiOoohoo The ap- kept him prisonei Mr Iloolittle of Washington will I nropriatisjaa for the Fifty first con murder of a peddler was tried in theÂ¬ Allen county circuit court aud acquit bins aad Japan daring the sum-mo- - gress were JKT000000 ted for want of proof with a view of itiidjliijt thn nan mkdais raoa cannons Milton mi reiiil relations between tiiose coun- Â¬ Wsiimion March 4 The house CoThk Trimble and Bedford Turnpike county was recently of tries and the 1nicd states senate passed a joint resolution and indicted for digging a ditch along the The daager of an extra session is De authorizing the secretary of war to de lifted to have been averted by the ae1 liver to the Citizens general committee side of its road to prevent travelers tion of the senate Snndav night in of the Twentv ninth National Encamp- - from getting on the pike after they at AJ in withdrawing its amendment to the mont O A B to be held at Louisville had driven around the toll gate mv diplomatic bill providing for too Ha Â¬ Ky in September certain cannon to case was decided in favor of the dewaiian cable be need in making medals to be dis- Â¬ fendant kiks have been prefer red against All Washington made a Sunday pic- tributed as souvenirs on that occasion George W Iigg keejier of tne Law- Â¬ nic at the oapitol Sunday during the TO T KK TART rence county poorhouse alleging cru- Â¬ n of congress Society and the eh I A concurrent WaUUKi Â¬ slums mingled in a general jollifica- Â¬ resolution looking to a participation of elty to inmates antl other irregularities tion Sabbath rest ami Sabbath quiet congress in cer monies attentling the KNOWLEDGE were as tilings unknown rtifntrniens of th lppr Air dedication of tie t hickamauga and Briucrs comfort aud improvement and William Whistler a farmhand near l ttaltauooga national parks coming Richard Inwards looks for great re Â¬ enjoyment when Michigan City Intl fell from a barn over from the hojse was on motion of sults to meteorological lore from the tends to persaaal many who live et- The ly used The pitchfork followed antl lofc Palmer Illinois concurred in by experiments of Hermito in trying in others and enjoy life more with pinned his e to the floor He alight- - the senate cure more absolute data concerning tlitiire by more promptly ed a the It t of a cow and the searetl the phenomena of the upper air It Tin a AVAL mix he world- - best products to will be rememl ered that M Hermiie animal nearly kicked the life out of rch l The provis si Uin will attest Vashiv up experiment him hich tin rattan to health of the pure ion striking out welve torpedo boats sent Mav II the insurance ad laxative principles embraced in the inserting six light draught com carried instrument changes of c the various juster who was convicted in the court ant remedy Syrup of Figs unloats of about 1000 tons dis- - registerthrough which the ba tion of general sessions New York cit o wa i Its excaucne i One of those balloons v arson in the first degree in setting fiio in the form most a ation bill was then a height of ten miles where the pres Da street wa iivisiou mer- if air was only 4 tented by Judge Marline to thirty cities of Bnj and the t mporaturo 10 years in state prison an tik between num a Hiatal F below aero James P Fitzpatrick the fanioui duplliiig toitis headsd by striking an average or the ret it was found dead in his hut ana perm of the balloons that although tion Derby Ct Sunday morning It has giv le variati are c met with the very Haif a centui t person but perat n love and for irs ho from iokeu to a woman Baking RoYal Powder agg sa ABSOLUTELY PURE FINAL RUSH kkmivky German Iroress Which 14 Ulvinc K cllent Result One of aha methods resorted to in making colored glass objects is to take 1 Nw II Is a s OTHERS FRIEMD by the m- - news Â¬ EPS IU mj St era iRADFlCLD RE01LAT0R Atlanta Ua CO Â¬ I W auallaat L Douglas 3 SHOE fit the abest for king IS 3 W FSCNCH 43s 2I-B0YSS CORDOVAN a CNAMCLLES ZLT Fine w sfMr Â¬ Â¬ afti 35 P0UCE3 SOLES 2 w2waWlmjIE N ifummm FINE- eXTRA 1 Â¬ vayJaVl Ml Â¬ Â¬ le 3 ladies0S3 79 Si - lvDONGOu SEND FCS CATALaSct ri 1 tw - Over One Million Prapt Â¬ W L Douglas itawear tin it j - 1 Â¬ They trl e t he best value lor the Baoney hey equal custom Ahoes In style aad fit 7h lr wearing qualities are unsarp The prices are uniform at pedes ata From St tT s - saved over other saak s if vour dealer cannot supply you e caa Ju by our shoes are equally satisfactory 4 Shoes JACK FFZZMA2T Â¬ ricisead 7 M GarnettHouse Saloon UART JOXES etor i Pure Whiskies Brandies At tin Ictt v- Wines c I have engaged the Tern have Ins ne W STl ART JUNKS KarsMt 40- - Â¬ -- HoiseSaloos - Â¬ - In Â¬ Poor Health means so much mnn- - than you imagine serious and result f lata d triilinc- ailments neglected fr on t play with Nature s greatest gitt health I - 1 Â¬ I 1 Â¬ feeline 1 Browns Â¬ t Â¬ j Iron Bitters It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralci i r r Â¬ Â¬ Kidnev and Li- - er - I Troubles Bad Blood Â¬ - Constipation Malaria Nervous ailmentWomens complaints 10- Mir Â¬ r BROWN itn Im In Beautiful hIt I Worlds i M0 V i i City Property Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE 1 have a Fine New Residence situated on Bioadwiy and some very desirable I lots Â¬ 11 Â¬ on different streets in the best neighbor I hoods in town public corn 1 very Manu Stables Mule SI or lurther des on factories I H POWELL at Climax THE CORNER Is located on the SALOON corner of First at 1 Â¬ v Â¬ reels Fresh beer T and home made whisf dail- ajaw spoonful to lite gallons at lowest at the bar or i tour bti tat fine ijE ind can furnish any amoi pr r poiite J ten with pleasure L T WILSON Prop 1 i 1 J mcA 1a 3V 0 1 alftal 01 i i 1 t-- ni- COPYFUGHTS OBTA15 A Tf For er anr aad nan bo bwdnwartTSfiana s have s BO psrc i Otis nsaoosa ot in DBwa sssasi a osvaasr Paten- - a nj sow to ob- skoos-ase-s- mil mmsmW n rirt I ch nnaa r- rcti s ire to tour cal wHBwamwmmwMMmwM The French Dress 35 cents per copy there was no school and each day the of the State Central Committee will name speech acknowledging the honor I could get reliefs is always the great favorite maker pupils were given a thorough renovating TIExecutive Commit THE FKOmBMlON from a most horr- - 5 among professional as well as amateur I Cincinnati Boqoin Me blood disease Hen A letter from Mrs Josephine K For iovernor T B Demarei ri BIjSNril IKV ElMCMDA V ST per annum dressmakers had spent hundreds a ry of Yersailles was read and heartily isville SPELLING A LOST Alt IN CITY of dollars TRYING various remedies g If yon are unable to or Climax Co Sppliuded For Lieutenant Governor- - Ciit 3 and physicians none of which didmeS secure either of these journals from your SCHOOLS At night addresses were made bv Mr Hughes of Bowling Greta any good Mv finger nails came on H dealer do not take any substitute DCS I R s Thompson of Ohio and Prof and mv hair came out leaving meg For State Treasurer II 15 Ashbury I then went to from him hut apply by mail directly to It is said says the IxHiisville Commerperfectly bjld of Indiana of Augusta Bracken county Messis McDowell A Co 1 West Street cial that SK lling correctly is a lost art in 1KN VK M lor Slate Auditor lames lSO morniug the commit- in Wednesday New York the citv schools where so much time is Hoping to be cured by this celebrated tee again convened at 10 oclock a m dale of McCracken county given to fall festivals Thanksgiving fetes i treatment hut verv soon became For Register of the land or STSSTZ5Z2TC BATES A BnDY BLOW and after prayer by Rev Dr Hunger- Christmas entertainments Washingtons disgusted and decided to TRY ford of Shelbvville the Committee on Simpson of Ijmie county I he effect was I birthday celebrations spjng festivals Going from Stephen and Crookflton For Attorney General J 15 Finnell Platform made report trulv wonderful May layand Decoration Iav rite The Resolutions and i the other dav on one of Mr Hills commenced to re The platform was discussed by sections of Georgetown Boot county children are kept so busy learning poems cover alter taking j For Secretary of Stale Mrs ranees palatial coaches attached to the rear end and the sixth plank relating to govern- and songs for these occasions and the the first bottle and by the tune I had j i ot Lexington Fayette of a goodly number of box cars loaded was E Rcuchanip of railroads etc ment ownership taken twelve bottles I uas entirely cured I teachers are so buy hunting up proper with this countrys famous No bard curej by S S S when the worid renownei adopted by only a small majority Bee-- countv Hot Siprn had failed matem that somehow there is hut little For Superintendent of Public Instruc- wheat a drummer who travels for a ten were strongly en WM S LOOMIS Shreveport La time tor teaching such an ordinary stulv Banal nine and in well known syrup house located Yertion Mrs Josephine K Henry of Our Book on tli dorsed nnl it Treatment as spelling That is the reason a high new itiolei f itie Minneapolis and who is hiineeif a fam Â¬ sailles Woodford county SWIFT SiKlIITr CO AtlnnOiGi THE rlATKOHM school hoy snetsed agency agechuncy iliar figure in Northern Minnesota and baFor Commissioner of Agricultural The Prohibition party of Kentucky ilor Ily Another hkth school huj ass ml and Statistics A B Weldon of Dakota was doing a good deal of in convention reallirms its allegiance to o deftae and illustrate antedate said ging stating that he had sold so much Crittenden county oo oo Anteilite means going In fore The the national Prohibition jiartv and the For Inited States Senator R 6 Eaa syrup in the last week that Ins house platform of principles adopted at the pnrawBsa antedates the pinnaaiiia In had oidered him to stop selling tin of Henderson national convention in the itv of Cindars until thev could catch ap with his Mis Henry also received recognition EXCEPTIONALLY HONORED cinnati in the year 1802 and declares Be it ordained by the members of the in the State Party organization as will orders- He said they could not raanu that fact ii re syrup as fast as he sold it lb Citv Council be seen from the following A giKsl old itrthmhat lady attending First We regard the traffic in liipior kept singing this song from Stephen to CUBAN REBELLION Beatrice in a suburban Fpiscopal church lj That any person desiring to open Tin coamrm as the most stupendous crime of the day Euclid until a bald headed man vviili a last Sundav liecame happy under the bringing First District Dr J D Smith of Pacattle pens in the city of Richmond K shame poverty miserv and dis solemn face who probably was tired of A rebellion is now in prog ess intiiba preaching of the word and ejaculated lionoi to state aud nation and declare dacah for the accommodation of stock shall first hearing about syrup said A recent thai thev have de- dory She was admonished to keep that aay and all laws that attempt to leml District R S Kasiin of Henfactory of vours reminds i pres nt tor approval to the Health Ollicer That WEDNKSDO MARCH a force ol -- 008 traeeav Another qaiet bv two of the brethren and galize the drink tiatlu foster crime and derson a steamboat that ran the Mississippi in of Richmond Ky an application stating that many of the leaders have been i ded assent hut soon lx coming forgetful dishonor Third District C R Hughe- - of Bow Â¬ American civilization and citiearly days Her boiler was so small thai the part ot the citv in which said pens are MTKMKREK HI tnre through the aid of a traitui It will responded Halleluiah The brethren zenship therefore the manufacture and ling Oreeii they had to shut down the engines every iindouhteiilyend as have all former again called her attention to the annoy Fourth District W M Likens of Arto be located and giving n accurate detraffic in intoxicants for beverage purpostime they blew the whistl nces of like nature among the tur ance an I told her that if she did not miirdere nold e- hould be utterly Bad absolutely sup The crowd laughed and the svrnp mau scription of the condition of the ground people inhabiting the island tba 1st mst it Iulent keep qaiet they would be COOSpeiied to pressed and outlawed and no compromise Filth District F S Meyer of Louispulled out into the smoker and the manner in which said ground ken bv the remove her The seiinou proceeded and with it whether it lie called local option ville NEWSPAPER CHANGES and h was pronoun shall he prepared and kept in order to the old lady becoming vet v happy and taxation teaalatioa or public control Sixth District - B MacOregor of CovMerely as a new experience John forgetful of her surroundings shouted should Ik ington The application if apsaid a Richmond young woman blush ng avoid nuisance tolerated and the sale of liq era Kentucky Republican out Glory t om paid the This aaeloo much uois for mechanical and nc dicinal pui Seventh District- - Mrs J K Henry laintly and wiping her lijis 1 find it Dot proved by the Health Otlicer shall topublished at Guyana by tvv young la- - for the brethren killing CI and they tried to lead disagreeable but do not let it happen gether with said approval he presented to should be conducted bv the State of Versail id Mollie Kees for aii in the her out but she refused to walk so thev under the strictest legal enactment Eight District George M Handy of again It is utterly illogical irrelevant the Citv Council and shall be read at two tl xiiileiitiary some about four months has suspended pub- - carried her On the way she said scientific and recent investigation - The right ot suffrage inheres in Harrodsburg n I am honored shore u regular meetings of said board before my Master for citizenship and the free exercise of this Ninth District R B Neal of Gray- shows that it is fraught with mici The Manchester Star a weekly pab- - while he was carried by an ass I am the two which culminated in a son foolhardy young man lad same shall be acted upon right should not he deuied to any citizen us the v county in Hani Kv lie carried bv two Philadelphia Record bv reason of sex fentb District J R Jackson Spen- kissed her 2 The price of license per annum for aud groan it iv Horton iv Letcher lias made its aa- t The money of the country gold cer operating a cattle pen in the city of Rich PAP HIT T e and oi learauce on our tabic It is a six column CUT BATES Eleventh Distric- t- Alex Lusk of silver and paper should be issue by the right neway appearance mond Kv shall be fifty dollar- when the cou- Pittsburg Laurel county general government and should be After consideration we iood luck to you gentlemc sT si en ii lis ok vol hit s u uer of full legal tender alonepayment of all The Executive Commttee is as follows cluded due make club rates have con Â¬ 3 Any person who shall operate acat in to with the on nti io vi tin I W Sawyer II 1errill T P Magazines am newspapers in the follow tle pen in the city of Richmond without debts public as well as private It FOOLS ANDGLCTTONS mas Pap Hull is the oldest rider in Ken should Ik1 issued in such I Clark and the State marine sato Demsree G ing list These rates are for new having tiist secured a license shall be the tuckv and one of the oldest in the prevent cornering of the money market Chairman to he selected later How up at Poplar Plains Fleiu subscribers or old ones re new ing their fined ten dollars for each offense his intention country Rut this is not the remarkable by capital and in such quantity as to L iimty last week ate 7 egg subscriptions each payiaa one year in k ot Cattle and unstalled stock of all thing aout Mr Hull What makes him meet the demands ol the commerce and REWARDED loaf of bread and drank one half a advance twice pheiiom is that he is able to take industry of kinds shall not lie permitted to remain the country and so regulaiiilk at one nasaL- - Ex N iieu j trips Branch would completely ehaust ted as t secure iis obtainance at a fail Ou the Lsth lilt Representative Wm upon the streets of the city to be exposed til Ki iiirci Iat Ilaggerty of Lexiagtoa aba bad manv riters one third of his not pniMy feiejr irgiuia was a rate of interest No contract stipulation L Wilson of West for sale or for any other purpose on a big spi day- cral Mr Raff A D Hull is his name impairing the legal tender character of pointed to succeed Win S Bissell as The Cosntopoliton I it up and at the same time bis 5J Any person violating me lorego- Pap Postmaster General the aliectionate nlwiqiBUt of the iliireiicv should Ik- allowed rt t ami ace bv endeavoring to paternal endearment bestowed by his ing section shall be fined ten dollars lor Mr Wilsons name is known at every i Tariff should lie levied only for the He drank fellow wheel men lives on on March drink all the whiskey in sight a pretty defense of American labor against for- Â¬ fireside by reason of his intimate coneach offense MASTER COMMISSIONERS liity times and then dropped dead of country place near Richmond einiiieutlv He was eign labor and only upon the products nection with the tariff legislation which T T COVINGTON Merer aw fat Bat wl lailure He v a popular young foimeily a jeweler in that citv but he of such foreign governments as levy engrossed public attention or SO many C D Pattie Clerk had inauv friends had a white tound that he did not have time to at- tarilis upon the products exported by weary weeks last summer As Chairlit with plenty tend to business and ride too so he gave us to such countries The means for man of the Ways and Means Committee Ml sr NOT RAISE HOPS v itli their up the business end of it and retired the neeessaiv and economical adminis- be because the leader of the majority in tli which Pap beeaa riding seven years aeo MadisoH Ciki iii CotR r tration of government should be raised the tariff discussions Preachers and people in parol of the when sixtl years old His who Could Mr Wilson entered upon his coug mount as bv a just and fair adjustment of taxes S Shearers Sr Executor fti any thing they Northwestern states arc at Oota and one an ordinary tonal life in 1882 and has done active He rapidly developed the apoa property and incoi S t othci give way before mat- - symptoms of a The undersigned will un Thursday M iniit blue blood crank and when the safety i We regard with horror and alarm work on torn great tarill bills thai have L Shearers Sr Devisees Ac 7 lSii about oclock a Iron I f Hop raising smoothed is came into use lack Mood pet ops having claims against Samdiscarded his high wheel the in vest meat of foreign capital in the in that time been up for discussion ie the premises tll to the highest and hest the principal industiii s of the lor one of the new uel Shearer Sr deceased are herein n Lei the law Morrison Bill the Mills Bill the machines Since industries Ian Is and bonds of our conn bidder the three story brick store house titiei to hie the same with me legallv ver located niur- - districts affected aud several of the rethen he has been riding constantly and try and denounce McKinley Bill and the Wilson Bill in Mam street knJimond KenIt i or before March 15th 1895 or tucky the consent of the ligious bodies have lately condemned in opposite Hotel ilyniliin and latelv ehas been known lor several days that same will he barred despite the fact that he is bordering oa Democratic and Republican part - ng of hops occupied hy Higgins Leallieiagel irocei barley seventy is to be seen on S K SCOTT hs wheel the such investments as mi American unpa- Mr Wilson would receive the apj The huilhi the awt convenient and other brewing or distill greater part of each day M C M CC 3 pointment He would have receive Below b s store and desirable in the city triotic and dangerous to our free repubI alliance with the crime ing room 7 feet deep a good cellar snderacath Mr Raff made the trip to Yellowstone lic BEST IN QUALITt and a menace to the liberties of the the Mexican appointment had it not IOST IN QUANTITY in his work of ruin and Park I hack piemises extend through to Irvine a year ago going the entire distance been that Mr Bissells resignation was people We declare that all such inThe lot is Jo fec t inches hy damnation stieet and they have declared there and back LOOO miles on his bicy- Â¬ vestments should be prohibited by the iii the Presidents hands and Mr CleveI The second and laird BUon are Till CON- - that BO Christian ghoatd J67 feet he connected cle This feat brought him into notice laws of the land lsth State and national land preferred making him a member of for be suitable residence purposes with the busini all over the country but ha modestlv biulil iir well lighted an and the acquisition of land bv individu his family of advisors ventilated newly papered and painted his laurels as one of the oldest and als Secretary Bissell gives as his reasons HER DEFINITION and corporations should be limited Terms liberal and made knows 011 day of most indefatigable riders in the country bv law lor retiring a press of prosBBsmnal busi WHITES ic ii into Iouisv iiic Tin reqajriag his attention a home - a recent fad in MK s I P 1IEKNDON 6 Railroads telegraphs and all like uioiitl pulpit circles I veiling services are sup- the above is a tair statement relative natural monopolies should he owned He says he has found his work verv W allied at hire Keeping lerad more attractive hy to lip Raff excepting in two instances and controlled bv the government to the agreeable and haves with regret that FOR SO YEARS ever tin n lations with the President and Six voung men to travel and take negthe advertisement that seraMmettes in tirst he now lives near t ingsv ilc in end that the people may he protected Has led all WORK Remedies Cabinet have been moat satisfactory and atives and orders tor tine crayon por EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 rmons will be preached In stead of Richmond and recolidlv he did against extortion and unjust discriminacordial throughout all rumors to the traits and frames a little social coterie the other night the not ride back froai Ins Yellowstone Park tion sold my vii DBveeiera be DoVVMIVM Kicnipsor rimi iv sr in is SlNLrloN J trip win h was in IMS on his bike but 7 iil The formation of all trusts ami com- Â¬ contrary notwitstanding ilVed with Richmond Ky n this trip he was bine aid a clever girl 374 what on a railroad train or the arbitrary control of prices MST IF PATENTS a Kerntoneth accompanied by our fellow townsman E in the money and prod acts of the counthe I YV Why alMltchel who not only kept him com try should ho prohibited bv law national anas ml to Southern Inventors iirani this pany thus lai but extended his own trip and state Btall M rilloll well- week Reported bv A C Snow v Co to Pugets Sound s miiieuted the girl an Jnst pensions should he paid to all Solicitors of American an I no Ioieigu lat- be ingenious device eoaae preach ex soldiers and sailors their wives and 55 cuts Opp US Patent Office VVaabing- fred Douglass dead I siipHK- Chicago Tribune erette minoi children graded upOB tiuie of ton D C service and limited to disability K w 11 I he TDK FASTIDIOUS not ex slave author lecturer 11 FAIOsON RE i 111011 owvaBnan ia piu Onimmigration laws should be Bad diplomat who has lor halt a centurv holder U H Bullock and I air HI KKI been prominenth before the people of amended and the required time before child Savannali hiiiiocra la Perpetual calethe Inited Mates and Knglanl died at naturalization should be extended to an ndars A ht li lions Batters CUrfcaburg W Va ihip pii i on e iatel in a actual honatide residence in this counmileage ti kct case and register riuine D L the bride was con his home at Washington Citv on the 30th try for twenty one years nil of heart failure lie was bora a Cook and C ntact Iickrell Winchester iudiHpeaaable part of the Bad We stand for the American public in slave in Maryland in 1817 at the age who have ding lituil but the IhU of the newlv Ky condenser for irn machinal a ten he hired bis time at si oo per week sboola and are uncompromisingly op- Cornish Harrodsburg Ky car coupling lUi vv ic plea e1 him so inade little that be H posed to any and all appropriations by WK 8KLL AS AV AS WE CAN LOWER H d this point in the cere- and learned the trade of ship caiiciitci v state an National legislatures of the A Gray Stacy Tenn pi a A s Huge aliipt had tin- Ill AN EVER BEFORE later in life IsN be ran away and went a baring msrhias Wise B Honor mony it - customary to kiss the bride public money for sectarian schools aud New - Bed in Orleans L WE HAVE TOO MANY coal discharging trambut in the present ease we will omit that to Massachusetts and soon entered upon churches a lecturing tour and went to England way and car therefor W II Kerr ConTin- justlv indignant bride formal WE ARK AFTER C 11 All properly in the State includn I cord N C hag machine A K Loveless waited tor his revenge which be where money was raised with which in ing money bonds stocks should be and IKK be purchased his freedom Harriinan Tenn bridle blind I He has in thcii Mc iea minutes later with At this listed at an actual value less the hona Lean Salisbury N is theieremoiiy it is customary to held various otlies by appointment culinary vessel or Altei tide indebtedness of the owner for the CARRIAGE WORKS among which far many yeais was that J apparatus C Mire and P Judice Jr Uoa ever held hand a sealed envelope p the clergyman purpose of taxation and made to share Doiialdsonville La car coupling W II but in the present ease we will omit that of Recorder of Deeds tor the District of the burdens thereof ned the Colombia He was at oae time Minister Sadler Baltimore Md method of and apformality twelve v 12 All official fees should be covered c to Ilavti aud afterwards a Coiuii is ioner paratus for teaching business practice J -- SSSV into the public State Treasury and all k train AG INST Til I IAMI N s from ilayti to the Worlds Fair at Chicago S H Miout Paris Kv sash holder and public officials be paid reasonable salaii a fruitfal source of nice ine rair lie mis Keen hving ipiicllv lisiiiei A H Siinmsand W M Fulries the lie robU rv rata k vn i bbwgk coxr a ton Birmingham Ala hydraulic com iksiiilibs at home dntheday of his death he IS We lav r the abolishing of the svs- t Ciu- - I1IMIN VTIoV I had lieen present at a Woman s Rights A Stall tireenville S of collecting tolls iiion turnpikes years Kail was tiled this afternoon in the Convention and when stricken was re tf in supporter C Thomas Alexandria THE U RBLIABLB HOUSE Ol and gravel roads lielieving that these 11 a at Sialiotd Circuit Court by Receivers Mclaod Pel lating to his wife some of the proceeda flue cleaner S J Whiteside Sa mads should be owned and operated hv ii iy out ten minutes ton and Tracer of the K and I Bridge ings He was twice married his first vannah ia apparatus for distilling in fhicfa thev are located In paaaatj apoa him th CoaipaaT against the I and N for an wife being a colored woman his last a the counties m lie S O-- Wilson Raleigh N C 14 The insurance companies doing on the tad that lie injunction to prevent the defendant i He was the sou of a vehicle axle Vellott Towaoo Md irom unite woman Whhs iMstorr coram j years if successful and honet dealinS with the good eo- ene peaaatjr of the discriminating against the plaintill in white lather The curse of this re business in this State have combined combined hydraulic ram aud pump Uw fi in- uu m Hie ieau vvitn a lull and complete uiiHii the icceiv ing and switching of cars The markable man has ever baea such as to and confederated together by means of Mutu ui me oeM 140005 known to tlie trade local boards to destroy coniietitiou in until Api nable his motion for an injunction was sol for excite favorable comment lie was one L1TKRAUY NOTES an appeal II hearing Monday afternoon Ilullitt k of the noted characters to be met with the business and to charge exborbitant rates We pledge ourselves to enact such LIMBS U- tri l until - and Vicing Trabue iV Young are in Washington by nature - - roa tM a polished ivilv smtXG laws as will etlectiially destroy sudi comas been mi urelv the attorneys tor the plaintilfs gentleman and arrived at a social With thi- - KTOWiac taste fur fancy waists The deuce nit giws out of the recent refusal of unequalled by many of his race binations wholly iiidepemlent of the skirt the 1 Including President oi case a new to liaudle Ukju arrival in He lived an honorable life in death has lhelv prohhin of aconooueal draackax beeoeues and luited States Senators all which should he Be-irload of stnk which came the respect of the world He was a St oaeentibie of aa easy solutkn tkia civil oaacen should be elected by the dii not be troui Shelbvville via the son The same skirt ean he male to Louisville ting pattern to le followed after by the Southern consigned to the Hoiirbon young of his people and bis name and rect vote of the people sanre aaorc than one swrfnaa and an the hi We denounce the wasteful reek- stock Yard history should be preserved by them and Loaisrille Haass BBB BBB other ham the bodice not bciiiK eoin the murderer who handed down to posterity as one of the less and corrupt administration of the pabM to eonform in style to the latter iiic couiuiitted in Powell WANT A RAILROAH finances of the country under the great st ol the African race He left a may lie put to several uses This dis-Â¬ Kentucky aaaa genera government as well as tinction property valued at from 1160000 to hetueen the two parts of the baea taketi ti people ot Wolfe county are alive ih undei the State government whereby costume is greatly laciiitatcl hy the new Oliver Chilled Mows Vindiver Barlov Corn Planter Hawarths Check Laaiaaton to the Faaakfarl pen i tent iarv to the opportaafty afforded them to get 1900000 both have been treasonably dragged to Harrows materials Thus the hi hly artistic kevsone Hickory Waois and manv smaller tool of thecal has an iiiterest- - a railroad The ntupuaUiaa of Captain PROHIBITIONIST the open pit of bankruptcy and dishonor CONVENTKHT broche civpon of latent impoitations is make Also a hu line ol Cookiaa Stow and Steel Ranges Mystic and other ry Rroas to build a road from Torrent to the Workers THE PLATFORM and we indict at the bar of public opintin and sheet metals Koofin- - md Gutteria speca ies admirably suited to skirts both stvhsh sbbr man aaaMarjr tield in Morgan county if the ion and justice the Democratic party in in appearand aud practical for every day than tweiitv foui tall well built and y e will give the and t a nee tare ax k madisox cockty its administration of public again in the wear The McDowell ugly handsFashion Maga He has a gsnl likely to be accepted AX nation for four years and in the State niKiK i hoick roil o This kkxok jus received contain many dewould not lor an instant would Ik the IsM investment the eople lor thirty years of eiirues and treason zines The state Prohibition C invention met signs of new models of bodices as well and yet be has of that roaaay ever made It would at Odd Fellows Hall in LoaJsriUe on against the people IT TICKLES YOU ap skirts winch render them in almost every crime bring a rii h leturn in a few years unusually We pledge ourselves to The the afternoon of February 36lh and went tn INSTANT BELIEF you bit mom strict n in the luincuve mis month A priclica market which the road would furnish for into ierinaneiit organization by eleling toba and honest economy in the admin- feature of theae jotirnalu is their special anarsaa toaasaasina lug timljer paaatra and farm products of all T P Dreaaree of fweisrilta Chairman istration of the affairs of the Slate and eoujion patteris whih are His la- ihich will end bis puipelv would bring pnentv to the and ieorge Whajlaw of Carrolton the just and fearless enforcement of all l In lit I I tli i iiimi 101 novelties has the every boBBs where industry prevails laws and ior the beat and highest interirv The follow ing delegates were in ciiiihination Ia Made de laria aK- was comu rtuaity is what our people need named is a Committee on Resolutions ests of all the jieople and the State and laiis Album ot I ashioiis are the Pas stated in tv aaarf four and the railroad brings u on and Platiorui and given until the L7 to MADISON iniMV TO T1IK raOSnT CURES leading Fashion Itaaaziaaa The yoars the criiut Brother Deeper and may success attend report The work of nominating a State ticket Y H E ALS C aa i eai h for a veais subsiription id uo tnends there your efforts Jackson Hostler or First Congressional District Josiah was then taken up ieorge M Handy of ieady Ihn 11 in the BREAKS UP urnza Harris Padacah Mercer countv T B Demaree of LouisIK I rniin r ariy two Awarded Seaofal District R s rsalla Hender- - ville Alex Iusk of Laurel good SmellsEvervwhcre Tastes Good Does Good every tiui Highest Honors Worlds Fair county Prof Sold rich at 25c and 60c fer 8ie Nn J I Rucker of Geeraetowa and Crit ti -NEAR a resides at Jackson in HERB MEOCM Third District C B Powell Hughes of Bowltag Green were placed Miiuriull u the old man sucio Fourth District S E Simpson Hod in nomination Mr Hughes BUM ceedliberal use of inonev in Tie xcitement prevails in the gen ville Bt butall the other can lutes were ug his son out of the penitentiary nct The scholars Fifth District -- J V I Mr Lusk of Ijiurel county was the intnmallv itching during school ville only one of the men placed in nomina mbs now be and at home which has set the Sixth District J II H tion who boldly statiil that he would ac iTerwasa je uliarlv ati od in an uproar As the ton cept the j id him p ople beeaa to itch too an ii ih District Kilviiigton The firs iiic Deiuan gun and bei Handy 5 Leak 5 Rocker 5 H n I ice e Heady aier-- t Hughe the biadermost nanwas red to inty dropped Mr Lusk withdrew his nama thorough exam I R lackson DUaDC JEESET RED SWISS as did Messrs Handy and Rir ination was made and the whoolroom trict Alex Lusk PittsThis let witli ahooi lie was alive with the lice burg Ijturel i ounty BREE t I was flually decided to close the fKOM Tvm Hl M HI KDSof this famous A comittee consisting of oue delegate iinlunotubti Jim borne school and clean the house thoroughly MOST PERFECT MADE mas made a before the murder and a bile there wash brimU tlec to name a r with whom he Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder THE CLIMAX The Printing r planned a deliberate assassination of John Roee ube and his partoerb ambushed old John Rose as he was working in a field some distance from his boose His body was riddled with bullets and when found the next day be bad Ijeeu dead for bourn His jnx keU had been rifled of the contents and there was no clew to the murderers The whole county was aroused aud suspicion at once minted to the brother as the murderer but no proof could ha fouud la fasten the crime upon him At last suspicion turned to Couilis and his partners who were arrested ami one of the men coiilcssed the whole story when told that his partner had given the thiutr away trial of Combs accomplices re- Â¬ ears in their going up for tweutv each tomlw tiial as said was k4 from day to day and from term to term bv the literal use of money by hi bather until the last term af court w hen a new and vigorous judge havinj I wen elected he was convicted aud given entence Louisville Post Â¬ BEFORE I l FRESIlV Im aTT TnaaaBBBBBjasnananass jMaaanaananwA Â¬ I HOT SPRINGS i w aw- - rM vai MEATS -- lATJWDUpraUSTANDI V try itf tlio 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We will always keep for ale tin- - In -- t Meats S - Poul irKT ta Diis siK li - Init Furk Iainl Veal ria- Â¬ ami Lard Chickeim et We also continue to handle von r Wr will sell at - low a- - tin- lm t -- ORDINANCE Ianu Prodaee of all kini- - Su bri tg on Â¬ - Turkeys Chickens Geese I tt k - Egj a ami Vegr faMrs Y at J W Dnncana old stand Hot door i t of HagjanH Wll find drug store Main street Â¬ Â¬ i Willi Â¬ I -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PRICES ITO Clothing 50c on the Boots 50c on the S S S CTJT J W MAY CO Â¬ 1 r- v v v I 1 I 1 Â¬ at the Cincinnati Chape Store A at Felds First Street Felds First Street at A Â¬ Shoes 50c on the Hats 50c on the S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A Â¬ Â¬ Notice to Creditors at Â¬ PUBLIC gALE 1 111 111 Caps 50c on the S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store Furnishing Goods 50c on the Felds First Street Felds First Street v Gloves 50c on the S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store Overcoats go at your own price at A i Trunks at your own price at Cincinnati Cheap Store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORMS CRm I COME AND SEE ME I IVERJVIIFUGEi WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ask some of vv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 T If you do not believe what I say your own Â¬ Â¬ WXVVVvwftvwvv - friends who have bought goods from me and they will tell you the same I I DO YOU WAMT A v it 111 I Â¬ 1 CARRIAGE THE CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE it Â¬ FIRST STREET 1 Â¬ it n Â¬ IS THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS A i Â¬ IPNTUGKY v Â¬ FELD Proprietor -- Â¬ I vjs A WORD TO THE PEOPLE SHACKELFORD - vw rpJinnruimjinnjiruonriJinjumnriri - tf sf 4Y a-wnb iiirtt o i Â¬ GENTRY IITM ja JqSllOq llii ajivv jo apoa skbjS iiuc sBBaaaad ims sjuo pw tuiu ouiji US 1 abn jo uij aaaaaa IXJ M oy u - souaooxS 148OJ fwsi y c vrJinjiJTruuxnJiAnjuiinj-Lruij-Lr- b JuruiAruirurLrLru nuxTLTLn nj ixLTLTinnnxj Â¬ a 2U I 5 v vv i Â¬ f tOITJ iMOOiQ pnoTino piTB 9XBAfH M0J PllM0 ue3n Ml -- axruuxrufiuinjinjxnjTjruxrijivu i no cpuixuTj-LTu-- Â¬ I i s jxajTrvru-u-L- r 80laj jo S03JOS S00J SHIIKUIM ucui juh C 2 UO sjuiuodui SSWIUBIJ IB pHS AIIB jo Suiuusj ao summji sWtm 1KWU tittins3tJBii nc JHII slu i SIBI SJSOXIBIJ 2 MBWIMBIJ pwa SV10d rvu Lfuuiruru uwiJwtijwijrwuviJTjwuuinj ji p innjuuuirut noA Â¬ ffJs fJ gj ppfcjJ gj 7bL right-of-wa- - Â¬ Â¬ tasmrTfffrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJi GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE W - 1 u Â¬ I 1 g1 Â¬ iiii - LIGHTNING HOT DROPS sch Now is n n tsr r n L isNt 11 THK 1FOPIK OF MAD r ISON AM SURROUNDING COUNTIES the time to buy Our low prices will enable vou to put goods awav tor future use i- 7- Â¬ i DR TTmrmmiiHiiHmii 11 ill in itai ari pig Â¬ Â¬ the CRIAM BLUE GRASS HERO Â¬ BAKIN6 IE STANDA -- Â¬ P0WDK ainu Men Suits worth 12 5 Bo s Suits worth 5 for j Bjvs Knee Suirs worth i7 for 74 cents Me8 Overcoatc worth u m for J c0 Bovs Overcoats worth iSo for Mcns bl cents 50 for Mens Caps 10 cents worth 4 cents JSO Children Shoes for cent worth 50 cents Men s Boots for j cents worth 250 w oo1 Oreiaairts S00 worth co for eoc Soo Ladies Vests with sleves worth 3S cents for eeenu Ladies ioo nd Mists Cioaks for so Canton Flannel at 4 cents a ard cents Biown Cotton at 3 cents a vard Culico at 3 cents a vard 5000 vds serge Dress Goods 5 c worth 15 Men ndershirts at o cents each 1000 Ladies Handkerchrfs lor cent worth 10 n our iaines Cloaks at jour own price ome ana get the bargain- j Dont buv elsewhere until vou nave seen our pricet Everything must go to make room for niy Spring Goods Fnlv dollar U et tfiven awn nni A new lot of pfcture j monir e Mens Suits worth 7 for Men- - Suits worth - lorj 50 tor ma MX arSJ NEW YORK 8T0Re Awarded siod MmU VjdmtfT Far b Fiaiio R H BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Ky lraJWjf irejsjaR Is IJ BBS THE CLIMAX WKDXKsiAY - - HARCH aeecbante of this pt niirer ink He ha o at tht rijrlit prices Go and see liitu Messr Hay- Winchester ihti a dry ejeeAi store in the Arnold They are splendid b iud will do everything ivordinjr jiieens th nt has opened a neat I Irvine street In mi Tliird It will be worth iiitnlmp insmlnw how nice is and how cheap - lnan amhm sold his farm on iiv Pike and will ahotd nd kitchen furnit Ma ch We learn that he intv Ky i loam nn B MrCVj - b of the addin npletion Ay the i Work will a soon as the weather er- eI1 Mrs John James wh lonery aud gt the imst year ass i lie B assets are said to labilities IVatherag A le greater eescrs in the field Thev give w Ieatherage ar your hnsiness in abj nrineed hould hat thev Elder has just returned ft York and He is a stirring - an pains to lay in a ed Is in handle by him Harris seems likelv to I the ne n law Hon C M Claw ahly head the Democratic ticket seeuis the Kepti in D uditor- - Midkitl one of the stirring mbodiment is a numlier of j which We ilesile to di- He of the ihre him a call ol ii her the old fa riioned rere worn many met in question M i peaaaaajoa mediate family lot over loo years i with Dr A Redd - preached the M K He will preach and in the church ty to a iairlv- - church Min- next Sunday the evening w - and All are most cordially m to Not attend r m want at than to hear that an oid us to - ired that they will repaid with boaae H J Btraag is the re- i w tU I traffic is looking up passenger and The T and imme month will during the same it w hieh is graiify- i ral revival oi er lining may b w r the The taaspasBtare al tu -- inash with ii ere it leing a tiailv k at some re are places where about two feet into and thus that would other tea ha These extreme Vj- - of fro was w n W lrewitt ancti eHrts the sale ol J I - Kirks- I Losm Minerva West Farming id well household and furnitme brought gxd prices - one call 11UU one filly colt brood u mare mule S4o s and nine pig- Mi crowd lime sale Kidding lively per barrel a widow with small children has bean found in cat ia aear Bafsass Mill on Kilrre The mother sick aud the without food or fuel anil almost The oldest bov ing was aa laawasea M Friday soliciting aid such cases seusa to be worthy of the assistance charitable of our city and an im- ate eflort should Ire made to plai e sreum- amilv out of di es Harry S vTssjd a traveling salesmen rawing for a BBC black boess at Ivndou Hotel Satunlay morning - was drawn bv NC Rkkjetray Ky a lohacce merchant of Faluiouth ceata for his ciiauce A smgu- mesamma connected with the draw- in is Mi Ridgeway was the second man to take a chance draw mg came off on the second dav and his uumUr which was i one that ky one wast the Ihix The dogs made a raid on the Sheep- at Whites station and mortally wounding tin dock of one hundred and fifty killed were principally ewes either heavy with or nursing lea at at least 4tl lambs were killed in addition - luday morning three dogs were in the field at the bleed work Judge pursued them w ilh his shot gun one and following the eta BOsamnrfMsa they were promptly V Johnson Bros Hardwai nalj for whom our townsman P is a traveling salesui cash premiums last year of to the three salesmen who he LaroeM auiaaaii l Mm ii oi j CWVC o P M Pop carried off thesecond Commence early keep them H na J by aud wasonlv beaten tl lillblic anil votl will sturn u l lter sake amounting to near 300t0 This chance or sharing in the business dur- - wbicl of our homes noted for its ph jnfiks well I BBOSt ti - was thrown My rrisgea buggies xc win a Mrs A W I prizes iu duty Tne gentleman was at i i i 11 parlor diniog roon library aud hall were thrown together making a beautiful v i iii i n wlel i fii i ii hh picture greatly enhanced by the arrav of t0WD and will ppt in our lreauty gathered there The guests pass ed into the parlor where they were re- r Told Scott was a court - lav I eived by the handsome hostess assist l 10 Kicliinoiid ffee at Paint Lie by Misses Harrison and Russell Letcher ls with William u tun n II tiS ami Mr- - Mary Neal Thompson Mis down Monday Smith wore black velvit Miss J licCotton side Friday targe urowd Krutus Duncan is seriously ill at his Letcher a red semi evening costume preaut stock and farming lniilfminila home on Irvine street Miss Harrison and Mrs Thompson r iip price After bev fapaley McKee has returned beautiful full evening gowns from his visits to points in Ohio passing through the parlors the guests araatad L T Wil- George Harris of Iancaster came were conducted to the dining room where M in tin- Mackcv delightful refreshments were served over S turday to see his girl huildina 219 Y i Mam The coffee and salad were served by Dr J C Miller of Jessamine county Jasper Smith of Augusts - Elisabeth Barrett and Mariewiii preach in the First Pie bvterian was a caller at the Iiim w office Mondav willie Smith Miss Both Crow served church next Sunday morning and even J Mrs lames b MH reary returned late and bon bons Among those iug jtrom Washington Saturday and lsairuest present were Mrs W Montgomery of at the Hotel tilyndon Monon Did Mrs McGown of Middles Will Maupin colored has resigned Tboa Williams Jr J B Ashcratt ami borough and Miss Justice of Winches- Â¬ ilie position of school trustee in colored school District No l at Farristown this V P Smith ol Irvine were callers on ter the Cum editor Mondav county DIED Ifta John Conner wife of the operaJ McCottous house hurned Saturday M P Lancaster a merchant of Iex tor at the K C depot arrived in the night at Kirksxille loss about three ington dropped dead at his home last eitv last week nd dollars insurance tifteen hun Friday He wits the oldest aud most Miss Mariewillie Smith entertained dnwl cause of lire not known turday in honor of Miss Klizuleih wealthy merchant iu Lexington The cattle miieaimi has Ixt n abol- - Bennett C R Stouffer died with pleurisy at it another nuisance worse than U f his home in Louisville on Thursday last iUv f Midway visited - it and that is the convert her brother Capt John R and lamilv He was in the seventy liftli year of his ing of the to training do nil has been in active business bare this week until recently He moved to Louisville Mrs D I Daunt tiled suit yesterday Mi s Cora Hinds of Weatherford in 1840 He leaves his wife and several for divorce from Th as Daunt They Texas left aeatordajr for Irine Kv children to mourn his departure among where she will arrive Thursday married in Kuhmond Kv in January whom are J B Stouffer one of our lead Plaintiff charges abandonment J Harry Hendren teacher at Valley ing merchants Mrs J J Carson Mrs irier Journal March 5 View was in the city over Sunday W B Corneiisoii one daughter and two r occasionally to aee his sons unmarried White a- Gibson come to the front Hans best girl this week with their usual sorinir an CORKESPONUJxNCB The ladies should not faili Mi s Kathleen loyntz one of Rich uounceineiit to call oil them as thev have a very monds most lovely young ladies is on a V VI LEY VIKW hand- - me line of goods just received visit to relatives aud friends iu Ml Rev Baird preached at Syloaso church from New S ork They surpassed all Sterling Sunday Mi former ellorts in selecting their stock James Irather Sharp of East The mills ol the Southern Lumber Co They are Baled too for selling a very Hickman Fayette county was the guest resumed awing on the Llith ult reasonable prices Mir Delia Kam cv hi- - aiece Mrs T M Morrow Sunday Dr I H Blanlon will preach at Valley is still with this linn as saleslady and and Monday Vieej next Sunday morning and evening will be pleased to see ler Erie Dr A H Stewart regal ted a telegram J S Bedford Jackson of McKee from Morehead stating that his uncle county will move his family to Valley Editor Climax Please publish the following item as it Judge James Stewart was seriously ill View soon has U i ii suggest e I to me bv BOSM Of He left at once to attend him Rev Williams lrom the Bible your sabscribers viz The siirma Nil gave a dinner lea College at Lexington preached at Valley The famous law suit betweea P A Tuesday night at their coy little home View Sunday Thomas and Brother GrinaUad in on ak street inhonorof Dr and Mis M F Wharton will build a cottage to John Dotys court has been compromised dntgonery of Monon Ind he occupied by A J Crutchtield saw Now Brother ha- - the iuiet peaceable Judge Robert Kiddell was iu the citv filer for the S Lumber wan I his home place again yesterday while enroiite to Winchester from Cauipton ti T Hurst v Br Brother also says he neither rents nor He paid the Ciimw a call We are alley View on WoUe county were at sells his place to any of bis brethren always glad o see our friends from the hu iness la t week h and it in advance state A Boy of Valley View ac Mis Brother is nioic familiarly known as Ix County Judge A J Tharp of companied lies sister Mrs Charley Gib Beapectfally Win ton Estill county was in town liens of Fold to Cincinnati last Friday ay on busim ss coniu ted with the to consult au oculist with reference to Broaddiis Iost i A R of which ung man from the Mrs Gibbens eyes Bed Iick comitiA wa- - in town court day he is Post Commander this year and tilled himself with mean whisky Mrs Col Moberly entertained the sll M 11 While meandering mi Water street members of the Gfaristhui Fndeavor Su Mr leasts Hendren is in Louisville Joekev low be became very boister cieiy at her pleasant home on Friday this week on busiin oiis and drawing his revolver Struck a night Main were present and euioved Mi N ii Todd and wife of this place man over the head with it Officer i anbounded buspitality of the fair have moved to Panola I him Rerrv and an trii I lost Miss Nettie Black of this place is atÂ¬ when be mounted his horse and with Mr Walter C Samuels left for Nashtending school ai Lancaster pistol in hand defied the authorities to ville Telin last Monday to attend a bias and rode about the streets Miss Jennie Todd of Mt Sterling is commeicial school Walter is one of our nliing his pistol and yelling as visiting friends and relatives in this oest young men and will not fail in thorthough in the fastnesses of the ough- qualifying himself for his chosen vicinity b ordering on Bed Lick Chief Faenej Mr Leslie Todd has completed his new 1UI1 being notified ol his conduct started out Win F schooler having severed his residence at Maple Grove and moved to bring the offender in and armed him- Â¬ jonuection with the CLIMAX Office has into it self w ilh a shotgun loaded with buck Rev A B Anderson will preach at with hi- - wile removed to Mi Sterling shot After calling upon him to the Baptist church next second Saturday Kentucky where in the future his hanand betssj met by several shots and Sunday diwork may be seen on the peg river Chief Keeney cat nd Mr Henry Bayburn oi Rich some one of the papers of the Gate n him with his shot gun and a has rented the Dillingham farm ami he City lew minutes latei be was a prisoner lc his family will move shortly ClilT Numan of Ford wis taken to with im finally captured by Jailer Wagers Miss Millie Pearson of Liuisville who and Shelby lelt He is a brother of the Asylum this week by Marshal Andy has leen visiting Miss Fannie Harris He was a deacon of the Christian leave tl convict now Vice the past two weeks is now visiting in supposed te be biding out in the vicinity church at Ford and his insanity was Richmond by excessive Bible study His of his home on Bed Lick Gash v Rev Rilev a yeang College student of in town w ife and two children have returned to Lexington will preach at the Christian Win but if such wa- - the ca e he her fathers home in Estill county church next fourth Sunday morning and chester Democrat himself mighty a night All invited to hear him M us Florence Barlow ater An examination made bv Dr with her two The farmers have about all commenced ti W Evans reveals the fact that Tom is little neices Anastasta Miller and Mary plowing and the womeu say they are Iv wounded and that the cl Kiukead Venable are the nests of lro- - glad that the men can get out ami go to are strongly against his recovery Newmans family Thev leave work and have BomethilUE else to do behis instructions he baa been removed Saturday to make their home in lmis side- laying seven up ram sun up unville Miss Barlow has taken charge til sundown and seven oclock until after from the jail to the infirmary of these little girls since the death of bed time Lrrlurr on Hawaii their mother Mrs Robert Venable a ttt Prof I N Ingram of California who few weeks since iu Charleston W Va TIII COCXTY MllIKlis OUBJK has spent five years on the Polynesian Press Transcript There has been several cases of pueu Islands will deliver this evening at the Among the guests registered at the inonia in this neighborhood with one or Presbyterian eburch a lecture on six Willis House Monday ere glean the fol two death- HaMonths Amongst the Missions of j J B Stewart Irvine E C John S Thomas of this place has waii On Thur day evening he will Hawkins Blue lack Springs F E Mormoved nea- - the month of Bed River but lecture at the Cniversitv chaie on the gan C C and J Norris of Clark is still in Kstili John has uo desire to Natives of Hawaii their life and H- county At the Hotel Glyadottl CoL get out of the county H Chenault toarl Hay Sales Lexington D L WalkMeeting at ML Tabor church on las H C Ship Paris Joe Monday were light er Manchester The sa Sunday with three pieactiers in atten R Turner WW Mt Sterling iay owing to the scarcity of Stock About dance There was a good crowd and all B D Spears aud Sam Ba 300 head of cattle sold at prices ranging Winchester seemed to enjoy the meeting from cts mules and horses rick Ni liolayille We have had a continual tide in the it belter prices and the farmers We recently endeavored to uiake creek fur four or live days and the men bet are encourged over the pi mention of the fact that George D Duncattle were relegated to bar who moved from this county to are all busy rafting and rushing their logs ter til the new stock yard aud pedestrians were Bolivar Mo bad changed his place of out all tryiug to reach the river before the water falls safe on oui siri ice to Mt Sterling 111 hut through Charles Tribble of College Hill has some inadvertence on our part slated Swwr Idea of the Murk on a Ojnlt that he moved from Mt Sterling to boli- been with us several days buying cattle Several Mocks of s quilt being pieced var We desire that his friends shall All seem to be ell pleased with bis by Mrs M F Lackey a lady of about SO know that be is located at Mt Sterling dealings and think fie gives them all he were shown iu the Climax office III hence the correction George reads possibly can for stock Stock of all kind The design is an munition last week is low here and money scarce B0 any Cl imax lething seen on oilcloth and the the price is a good one Prof Win F Beamy of Carlisle Prof multiplicity of small squares triangles Mr A E Rood of alley View mem and rectangles led the writer into mak- D F Clark of Richmond aud Prof A ber of the Rood Lumber Company of ing a calculation of the number of inches C Flesman of Winchester were guests that place was among us last week bay Saturday of Prof K W Weaver of the hand work altogether Paris High School These gentleman ing logs We were told that he bought there was in piecing the entire quill nearly all the logs in Miliers creek at The patchwork mentioned consists of ll have bean in conference in regard to prices ranging from oil cts jier 100 feet loxls inches and each of adopting a uniform grade for the High for old poplar aud 30 cts for pine and and are f P smaller blocks and thev of Sclnxils of Central Kentucky We from 7 cts to fl00 for geodSpoptar liangles etc These will taking steps to secure recognition for small dont think he liought any oak Is i iialni nlsss of the iuilt and High School uJstotnmfc the Sormomore I will send you another Mr FMitor - at American Colh ges which teach contains iHM inches of stitching vanee branches liourbru News letter just as soon as I can gather enough A computation of MO feet if continuous news If you would publish the birth the number of stitches necessary to del In a charming boarding house iu New of Keutuckians in whom of children in your paper we would U York is a group this work was also made and giving in the swim tor Millers Creek dont let stitches to the inch as an average we their State especially the BlueGram and any place get ahead of her in that renave a total ol 7J stitches As a Iennynie sections leel a iersual in- gard matter of course this labor does not com- - terest They are making a name in lit Send them in aud see if we wont puls piete the quilt bv any manner of means erature and weaving into their lame anas to make life pleasant iu lish such news nor does it any mure than place together much that rT1 the patchwork in the ahape of twelve a great city James Baue Alleu is en- l OKRIN story but nothing bet- rectangular block- - at least as much more raged tioii a new Hon Chas Firlcv of Williamsburg wotk will I needed UKn the article Ih1 ter purer or sweeter will ever Hit from was in town last week on busu liia mind than a Kentucky Cardinal fore it can lie called liuished as an John ox Jr is writing short stories L W Patrick of Williamsburg passed keefier can tell you bold tender and as full of local color as through here last Sunday euroute to Go to Feldi for bargains First st eras tris Mountain Europe His writing Louisville tistinctly good that he is spoken of ir Coiintv Direttory on the first Dr J II Parker one ol our druggists ry on the in New York as the coining author and the was lined siilo by the Police Court a few fourth page are of public interest and Press Transcript days since lor selling whiskey The should be correct We have no means Two womeu xvere given nominations blind tigers are not all dead yet j where errors occur unl on the Prohibition Stale ticket at I ast Friday morumg while the little tcreeted persons notify us Information last week MisFrances E Beau two year old son of Mr and Mrs elicited Send BS a card champ of lyexington for Secretary of Dow on thi was playing in front of the grate or drop in the othce aud tell us we will State and Mrs Josephine K Henry of his dress eaaaht tire and before assist tt gladly make corrections for Superintendent of Public ance could reach burned to death The Prsas Transcrint iu Instruction i We are reliably informed that the Ihe Climax isihe place to get nwLLoiitiiir nn tuiv uc loitoinof inc iiih iuui nt Inn nwiiiuauii ll e are well printed and lack cards nipany will commence as soon Mrs Beuchamp has for a long time d f - tit inMc irmi ure le- as the weather opens up enlarging the been prominently identifieil as one of I to please our custoi round honse building more tracks rethe most earnest workers in the ranks of moving M es have Ireeu reacheii on stock and enlarging the freight depot WCT and her nomination on of ail descriptions and the tendency now the and several other iuiprovmeitts but still tred a just rec- is for better rates iu the near future the division will be moved to Living- -- ervices to the of -m llM r K local e vw i Entertainment at the Gl ndtra Read PERSONAL is ulZT un I or two last week but the rain Friday and snow Friday night kuocked hiui out Dr Johnson savs this locality is dis igly healthy With a little greater population however practice in obstetrics would yield a good income Mr Ham Smith of Irvine was duly installed as depot agent here last week He is winning his wav to the good will of all By reason of a slight dissatisfaction with regard to the details of their busi i S Todd succeeds Logsdon A Todd in the mercantile business here I Â¬ - -- d Â¬ I I Notwithstanding the rain Friday several wagon loads of ties came in Having started before the rain the indefatigable tie haulers kept on considering it bad luck to turn back Married at the residence of Kid Jus Bear Wallow on Feb Bath his daughter Nannie B to Leonard Riddel Elder Benton officiating May continued happiness and prosperity be theirs Uncle Billy Carr is just out having suffered for three weeks from a kick by a mule He was unconscious for a while His wife is slowly recovering from the burn received sometime ago by falling in the fire in the night Judge J M Benton of Winchester spent Sunday with his grandmother Mrs Paulina Covington now in her Slot year There has been little variation in her condition for ovei two years weak n s-- and resthmmem being her greatest troubles She walks about the house a little There was a good crowd out to hear Flder Rogers Sunday Will preach again tiist Sunday in April At this meeting Elder Rogers was elected Chairman and M C Covington Geo Thomas and D F sharp were appointed a building com ommittee and D F Sharp was elected Secretary ami Treasurer prosecute the work on the new church which will be commenced in the near future Mr John V Jackson of Hockessin Pel principal stockholder in the At liutean Mil Co now operating here ar rived on Thursdays pssaeager Mr Jaikson is a relative of the cx Presideut and ol Gen Stonewall Jackson Iii his younger days he was a proiessor of snathe mat ics in a college in his State ater he became an BBaaaear and built the Wilmington and Western railroad He arved bfal State several vears in both branches of the General Assembly lie is a dear lover ol astronomy and has an observatory He regrets the vast ac cumlation oi money in the hands of the lew believes in the free coinage of silver greenback- and also thinks need enough Though a Republican he once beaded the Greenback ticket for Con hit was defeated He is the au thor of a pamphlet entitled Politico Mi Jackson savs nioney Financial should be by used rich men to aid the world instead of oppressing it hence his w illiinrne to spend money in prospecting for oil and that down down this well must go We aaanre Mi Jack on that he is quite welcome to our midst and that any man from any State wishing to develop our resources is thrice welcome to Kentucky 1 Â¬ the 6pecies into the West Indies Pomelo is from pone the name of any fruit the inside f which is divided Crape truit is from the form the fruit takes on the tree being produced in clus ters often twenty i r more in a bunch Some three distinct strains are recognized and although all are of the same seeie8 are differently named by most people the largest is the Pomelo then Shaddock aud the smallest is the grape fruit Lemous and Liuies members of the -- s BBBvM9WlSnnfseWemTCVnKwn Kg Citrus family are grown here The va- Mild JeXTW Timc of oranges known as the rieties kid glove are most highly prized I wish 7 to speak at length in my next concernCTaMfft VKXXSm Tat UHMM Jtt newt fawiw ue f ing the verities culture picking and packing I am indebted to Mr James ABSOLUTELY PURE Matt of Orlando for some of the points THE OLD RELIABLE above kiohiha stock in- trvde We have MJlSjMO acres of land We have 1440 square miles of water We have 111 lare rivers with over ltWO miles of inland navigation Hat stood the Test ol Time We have 000 m les of railway MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHCR We have KfinjUt acres of timler BRANDS COMBINED We have IMSjM head of cattle We have J4U different kinds of wood We sell orauges enough to give aware Kit Mitch buy make aid sell the nob man woman and child in the Stale Sit We have a climate worth 100 per biest new slyle spring suits j Jo acre amPit is free for all Se Tur ley prompt and trust- Â¬ Pcwell Â¬ Â¬ ii Greot Expectations i eioan times - Thus tin story lietrms In these run they ezpesl and demand turcs Tliv exptet a jrr it ileal for of the massesWhere can I gr t the Luird I f - SWEET CAPORAL arn tin peop large ieturn fat their exjnli a little EeoaonaJ H the umtt - a eaa most for my saeajq - easily aajsajtrcsJ by -- one lnt tion everv one ak aiaaaelf Jt ss with others We ran answer the question by practical drtaoasj tion at oar store Oar new guods are now nn the melvee ami till sr ena- Â¬ ai living ami having boaghl them at SPOT CA8H prices bled to sell them lower than the lov and we We have nothing for you lint barthan the lowest means with gains and you wili see that this - the case in every instance if will only investigate the matter -11 bn 11 Â¬ CIGARETTE Tajte lc Brass iins le i 1 Das 1 o0---- 1 Iins 3c Needle- - le Marble- - 15 for ll 8 3 to Hairpin- - le Tacks le Jrii 11 liar Iuttiin Buttons 5c Braid 5c Ink If bx Blacking 1 10b Tablet- - to i IK vol w M BXMte worthy We have the best Com Cmc w hen youre mriii Southern Am hi the evening ot tome in the morning 4 lced oinc without warning Icmm will he here before you the ooncr v m onie the more well adore A ClIAi KKII Turley New line of Jno has just received B jS 9 P Mucilage lc Boggy Whip- - A 28 Side Cosahe 5 s sad zn 13 I Coasbs ami 10c Hair Bn sea awl e ei e 8 Hi and 15c Crochet Needles V Knittin Brashes 8 Dusters 10 et Mirr-rami 2 20aal C Table Oil Silk Thread Cloths 15c Floor Oil Cloth- - 20c 1n yards companies lowcll black IM yard- - Spool Silk Tinea le colored 3 Stetsons celebrated Trunks 9150 up Telescopes all prices We earn Clothing Shoes Hata aad Gents Furnishing Goods al prices to uit the time- Kit a Mm H et -1 I - li I z- Sxl I -- Wlen Satan entered the garden of Firs Is a good servant but a bad Bden ae found Adam and Kve in a holy master Povell Turley 32 and happy state and to them apparently Dont go to sleep over your insurance he was a better friend than Jod himself Poweli Turley 23 Watch him for he is play hat the wild in some families to day iu many ways Turley 2 Fire insurance Powell Nolbr suits to Older 25 at Covington The Modern Invalid It Mitchells 3S jo lia medicinally iu keeping with other luxuries A remedy must be pleas- Â¬ by Powell All fire losses paid antly acceptable iu form purely whole Turley some in composition tiuly beneficial in The best companies adjust promptly ellect ami entirely free from every ob Powell be Turley V- jectionable iiuality If really ill he con Turley Powell Are you insured sults a physician i constipated he uses 3 the gentle family laxative-- Syrup of r jan Youmans hats in latest Spring block at Dont forget r d the ctohier Kit and Mitchs 9 hood far Sleek and Poultry Tee What about your insurance Powell Thedfordg Black Draught is prepared 32 it Turley especially for slock as well as man and Look out for fires as well as storms ior that purpose is sold in tin cans hold8e Turley 3 ing one hall pound of medicine for 250 Powell Hatl for spring Alpines and Kerbys Lambert Franklin County Tenn March 22 1892 Crusher- and Planters at Covington iV I have used all kinds of medicine but I Mitchells S39 would not give one package of Black Ksr Kent Draught for all the others I ever saw It House and four acres of laud mi West is the best thing for horses or cattle in Main Street A desirable location the spring of the year and will cure chickc 11 en cholera every time neglect your insurance Powell Dont R R Boyland 30 4 Turley a hVJBM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ELDERS BARGAIN STORE 39- - White Gibson SPRING Have Their Say We are now receiving the most elegant stock Spring Goods ever brought to this city Our stock of is varied and extensive and embraces the very latest foreign and domestic effects a - i SPRING WRAPS Your attention is called to our line of Spring Wraps which is exceedingly handsome in cut and finish It was selected with great care Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnv Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Is No Pav Mens overcoats A new line 125 at A Ablaze Powell will start Powell Turley Answer 32 Who have the best companies Turley Powell Turley pay all fire losses JDRICES CORRECT Owing to the late decline all goods have been mark- Â¬ ed down and we feel sure we can please you in regard to prices Call early and examine our goods Respectfully Yours c llima j Felds NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Â¬ I i Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ 1 ii I oe illll l I aitei Tin- Mill ic acall Florida I didnt mean to sav in my la t that the lakes were a- - hard a set a- - their names but am fully convinced that the ponds are just about as bad as can be I suppose there are ten times as many as lakes Some aie nearly as large as some of the lakes others are only a few feet They have no shore but edge away into tie grassv marsh or stop against the palmetto roots Some are Many are entirely deep others shallow dry in the dry season Many of the larger are well stocked with several kinds of fish Some have outlets others have not lieing nearest the Torrid one of any of part your Cncle Samuels possession- - Florida has a peculiar climate and day It is a weli known fact that the days are most eaaaj near the equator and vary most at the poles our days are not o short iu winter nor so long in summer as in Kentucky The sun does not do much stretching before he gets up or much whining ere he takes his evening bath in the Staves of the gull Iu short there is scarcely anv tw ilighl The skies amy he the darkest or the fairest so dark you can feel it or light enough at night to read The zodiacal light is very beautiful here wheu there is no moon Our climate is affected by SSS breezes gulf stream and position Csually winters are verv pleasant and near the coast the summers are pleasant No sunstrokes reported The year is divided into two seasons the wet from July to about K iober and the dry the remain der of the year We have rain in the dry season but not the amount that falls in the wet period when it rains ev- Â¬ ery day usually in the afternoon Vorue times all day It is a rare thing to have rain at night During the wet season the low prairies are ismds and ponds become lakes creeks become rivers and rivers swell into resistless Then nature grows in richest currents wildest profusions tish and gaitors ev- Â¬ erywhere The natives I wish to speak of this time are thos that most attract the eyes of the world and I might say the mouths also The traits of the Citrus family are at home here I he origin of the bitter orange citrus vulgaris is somewhat in doubt One writer savs There is every probability that the eastern region of India was its original country rsjr Joseph Hooker saw the orange cei tainly w ild in several districts to the sonth of the Himalayas and Oarwaland Sikkini as fur as Pbasia and it is thought the sntne orange is wild in China and Cochin China The Cru saders saw the bitter orange tree in inc 1000 It was introduced into spam by the Arab- - and likely also into the east of Africa Opinion generally BB that we are indebted to the eatly Spanish settlers or explorers for its introduction into thi- - country where we now find it growing wild from well south in Florida to as far north as Brunswick Georgja The sweet orange Citrus aurantium dulcis is of a later introri unction and iu its wild state restricted to a smaller area Till the fifteenth century Arabian books only mention the bitter or sour orange We presume that it reached our shores by the early Spanish explorers as it is sometimes found in cur bin mocks in a w ild state The Maudarin orange Citrus auran w to the European tiuui noblii gardens at the beginning of this country Kurz only culti iu British Buiniah and ii tf to a fi grape fruit ov P The ill was looking is often found wild ek over a large area ol -- ed a part of Thou savs il w building a new Fiji I 1 Â¬ Â¬ -g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B of buggies carriages sur ries barouches and wagons just received They are dandies Come and see them Made of the best material and guaranteed Prices lower ban ever before Rkhmono 30 Carriage Works SL Midkiff Proprietor Scblegel savs tre reason he has made a success in Richmond for sixteen years is that he has alwars given satisfaction and has fallen with the price of pictures and frames to suit the times Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ hauled and painted at the very lowest prices All work guaranteed to be as good as any in the State 39- - Watch For the Cyclone vi 40 WHITE Vr 1 GIBSON TjrruiijvutrLrviruiji BP ajTxiuTJUxruTJUinjxruTjuviajTJXaiuiJTJTn if DO YOU H1NX Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkilf Proprietor First st NEW COAL YARD I have opened a new coal yard opposite the ice factory where you will alwas find on hand the best BLOCK Cl A I at it cents other grades at lower figarcs Bro Orders left at Covington Arnold and the Willis House will be promptly attended to T BARGAINS In Small profits at A Felds Entertainment at the blyndon The 1eake Sisters will give an enter- Â¬ tainment of a highly humorous and amusing character at the Glyndon Hotel next AdSaturday evening at 830 oclock mission 25c Everybody invited An enjoyable time guaranteed Â¬ First Class Goods READ THE FOLLOWUMJ VTHJCH M Dont Powell wait until you arc burned out WILLIS H Turlev l a Jq 44 Proprietor and Manager J STREN6 YOU w ami J Young urge upon the citizens of the county the necessity of com dj ing with the law in vVv iMen regard to vaccination f to diitnHur our oena Sec 2 Art II in General Statutes on in part payment iir a hinh crrute A im bicycle Win it we seri thoin on ajippivai No small pox and vaccination makes it the work don uuul the bicycle aniTe ani proves -- tisfnrtorv duty of all persons to have their children Young Ladies vaccinated If lKyborirK apply tbey noisr be well recom We call upon them in the name of the t mended Writ for particular law and by virtue ot the authority in us ACME CYCLE COriPANY vested to have 41 children under their ELKHART IND care vaccinated also demand that all persons over the age of 15 years be re 30 vaccinated provided they have not been recently vaccinated ThiK statute must be complied with fully within the next four months B order of the Board of Health V J M Poyxtz President O A KRNveDV Secretary adTcrti--itipnts Â¬ Te Prevest Smell pox At a meeting of the Board of Health of Madison couty it was thought best to f Ar F h Employ wwv KwwwmrtKwwi New goode coming iudailv OFFERS TOefaaiagef every neL BARGAINS Offered with the package a li Lonsdale Cotton j rents jer yard Masunville Cotton caeb S ceala per yard 10 4 Pepperell Becacaed Baeetiag eaaa 17 eeaia jer yard 10 Peptierell Unbleached Sheeting cash lfl cent- - er 1 McELREES WINE OF CARDUIt yard Inch Pillow Case Cotton cash 10 tnt jier yard The Birget Turkish Towel you ever saw for H eea The Bet Fast Black Iridic- - IIo- - you ever mm at 2 4 cent- - Buy in it ycur clothing of in it Feld First St Are you Powell insurance Tur ey If not ge 32 The Bet Kat Black Childrens Heee you ever 15 cent- - saw at LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office at Richmond Ky for the week ending February 26 1895 r I Tohacco Cotton at 3 and 2 cents per yard A Beautiful Line of Colored Ihiues at 12 eeatfe ireat Bargains in Hamburg at 5 7i aud 10 eaafo yard jxr Edwards II Enn lciu K Mollie Iton Mfllic Mcirbcn I It j Saith Sullie G Franklin NOW IS YOUR TIME Post Oltice hours from 0 a m to 6 p Money order and registered letter in hours prompt 7 a in to 530 p m i For Female 39 1 Diseases XOBUY Our New Spring Line is in aud we are offering the Bargains you ever heard of OyoryIto 60ArJ A U1 u CARPETS Ti- A SANeu 60- - it enrn Flc AT6 - P0RTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY the Procter Our Great Pants Sale - still going on with lots of new c Q i additions W bit liiiiin iimtu We have 100 that must be sold If votir bov need- - i call and see them Our kooae is full of AD Smith boM of irrtK-orit-s X d gireoa in every line money we will load you down BARGAINS d t fo x I r Hi in ir repli nihed his stook Is vil continue w new aud at the OLD STAND at tlsc He jvroponea not to be inter of Main and B si iti- my om FOR CASH If inviti ty ami Richntonil to give liini i i H J STRENG ALSiO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR OBELISK Cream I D IHeJWel Medal and l xx t vWWAi Jls jxnnnnnjvtnn fjffw For every lar which Is in the vaults of the mint at Philadelphia there is a nn the looks of the superintendent That res nrd shew the weight and fluent m of the bar Many of the boojrnt ii when the Sherman law first went into Icir- - SILER th rrriroi Nnih re Treated tbr Making of t olna GOLD AND FAXGS OF THE BATTLER In Not Correctly Described in Most Books of Reference Some Cnrioos Things Disclosed by an Ex Â¬ amination of a Dead specimen Marvelous Mechanism of th Reptiles Deadly Jaw remained untouched lime e hen the stamp of the Now they it on them ifi melted with cop alloy says n corn Copper i r i - mroi earl a- - the n An opportunity of disserting the business parts of the Crotalas horri dus or in plain EDclish the horrid rattler which is the literal meaning of to prove this portion of silver to what many scientific persons will tt 11 hat iu you via that the encyclopediasare the less than the measure very atom NOtutees to go to for anv that l adding in ft timation Oal seientilie matties the ters The Inst newspapers now furas tnssi nish this kind of information And ndird It is truly this holds good in rep- In nii iiitr cop this reptile which is classed amot irk it up by u vipers and of the viers it is Thej have but one fang and tlie bar Mirer n The living drawing is from life or r ither from death of a good band sized rattler carefully dissected The pats east rheat is nearly four feet long- had if them will hold u Is nit thirteen rattles and when opened was at a time fund tt have dined not long In fore on thro- row which were lying melt sme lv in its very hmg stomach e after the other as pot lowed The tail at the much junction of the rattles is formed of a bundle of fibres much like tlmc of a -- third of an ineh in di- tarn the iron ter twisted in the same msnnri d sti as to give a great ft the cm of the tail on which the - are arrai ifter it has teea the last other end ol the reptile is of int Test beeaaae the exami tliou1 nati tely npsete all - far held about the fangs the of these on each jaw line was as shown in the drawing over half an inch in length Ue but not t lie conveyer This is a triple fang or i -- Â¬ ry loosely the mov t of tic AMUSING SCIENCE Tin 71- ined In lily drawn out and invisible on account Brent eolor so that pe notice in a real fang These hollow and are direct In which the si that at m an Hp- - this sac from the hol- r of the fang the i js j M which wTffr l isrn duets becaate loose with the drawn with the ig Been at the baric ing - soiili mscle or tendon to half- - Br s is hroturh the ing open- lar cover- sled when it is as a of the jaw i ii the jaw- the liar hooked in the jaws v lhi nshion at merely- - sh buch when the m liie ami an II it on hi h it les of the rnder fib i hen and I shi has catclr- hiv done true fangs it hich oiilar enter the wounds and dia-n Thsc arc and are made w They of the all t he other draw the tb-them looks like pearl and h and finish No n it bird of heroism and the emblem of wisdom Perhaps it is because he looks so solemn perhaps because he Hies about in the night and makes a curious mel- ancholy noise that sounds like a per- petual Who who who There are many different kinds of other owls from the great horned owl two One day when Montdidier was walkfeet high to the little bits of fellows ing in a lonely wood rear Psrht called and the burrowing1 owl which is about the forest of Bondi he was attacked as large as a pigeon and which makes and murdered by a man named Ma its home underground ciiire The murderer buried the body This last owl is not very honest in under a great bree He thought no the way he acquires his home Instead one had sen him and that he was of taking the trouble to dig out a house Cjuite safe but he was mistaken The for him clf he roe to the cozv little up his residence already made of some quiet faithful dog appeared and to station by his masters grave under the little prairie dog who is too peaceful tree There be remained day and night and Timid in disposition to dispute the iinc- his lxKiy matter There he selects a snug corh never left the spot except to go ner for himself with the prairie dogs thing to eat Be usually family in a curious fellowship after ia to Paris to the hou--of his But the usual home of owls is in some masters most intimate friend where old ruined building or in the hollow be was well known and after lie had eaten what was given him be returned immediately to the grave a1 resumed bis watch Montdiuiers friend began to think the conduct of the dog very singular and one day be followed him The dog led him through the forest till they came to the grave under the tree began to scratch away the The man helped earth and leaves him and you may imagine hoe when they laid bare the body f his missing friend The SN dog now seemed to feel that he had given the responsibility of caring for hi masters body over to the friend He attached himself to him and went lived in his hoase was not long before Macairea ac ei him of being tions r t be dog met the n him be growled his hair bristled np mill it was all people could do to keep him from tearing the man to pieces MB BAJB OWL Ihey finally sentenced M ight a dinl with the dog after the custom trurksof trees There they sleep all A that time day tnd at night go out on a forage in The tight was to be in a urge amphisearch of something to eat The owl theater at ste Kotre Dame in Paris does not seem very particular about his mid an Immense crowd was thereto food Any small animal he can catch tee the m in and the dog tear each makes a meal for him Babbits rats and mice even frog- - toads and such other to pieces Macaire was not al any weapons except a stick and such small fry he will eat and carry ft shield while the dog had a tub into borne to his nursery of hungry little which be could retire when he was OW let Most owls are of dark grave colors weary The ii was let loose and rushed at brow n gray or black But tlie owl of the man At lat Uischance to avenge Greenland the cold region is sunny white Naturalists tell ns thai that is so that be can travel about the coun- Â¬ i try unseen to search for his food Owls live over almost the whole world The I commonest kind is that which all country b well enough the barn owl or screech owl This creature makes a very unpleasant noise and certainly merits his name farmers dislike him and take every occasion to kill him But in spite of his unpleasant hootings he does them good service in clearing the house where he lives of rats and mice It takes a great many rata nnd mice to supply himself and all his family and Mr Ban Owl is an industrious hunter The mouse is pret Tin i unii i i imju irt who can outwit him N V World his masters death had come and be was determined to make the most of it NEW HONEY PLANT The mans guiln did not prevent him from fighting desperately Wagners II it Tea In Said to PoaseM and he defended himself well Again ataau ilvaiitije mid again the bravt A plant that will pay land rent in at him only to b bad by be club honey alone has long been wanted and the hi M always cam- between 1 Tgwort the spider plant and many bim and the mans throat which he others have been tried and found tried hard to reach Th was wanting At resent German bee long and hard but inqucrcd keepers are very enthusiastic over a The man worn ae Qnallv new forage and h tiey plant which it ronfi the peo- - niav be wrth while to give a trill on i IVorld this side of the water A few see Li of thi- - plant wen- sown this season by eepers in this country and their ALL ABOUT DORKINGS experience with it will be gratefully Some of the baraeteriatara tf rT ed by this department The Itptilar I uhsli Bn American Bee Journal ha the followTliis breed ol fowls is oldei even ing to sar the plant It than tin English nation by whom it ifciii- - that a scient Wagner Iseonsidered the ideal table fowl la of Munich Germany hns been at work fact the breed is so popular ii- that for the past thirty years crossing and country that it is generally regarded as an Knflish breed of fowl Die foui varieties of the Dorkingsviz ml it gray white and cut The corks of the grai rarietv hare Iy a pur black or slightly mottled either back being white striped with black and the rossed by a well defined black bar The silver grays arc always in color the male having a black breast white wings crossed by a black and a black tail The head neck and back are pure silvery white with out sign of yellow or straw eolor The white Dorking is not onite so large as the other varieties which it ib considered to surpass in symmetry Its plumage is pure white and it w tiat is known as roae comb others having a somewhat larger sm- Â¬ Â¬ Dealti of ilia Master This brave dog lived in France way back in the middle ages Infortun atcly we do not know his name so he is always called the dog of Montaris He was very fond of his master who was named Aubri de Montdnlier The dog followed his master everywhere and people never saw one without the THE DOG OF MONTARGIS How the Noble Animal Avenced the A and Ilia Famfit The owi has always been called the THE BIRD OF WISDOM Little Iexou on the H iMt of the DRYING RUBBER Owl BOOTS TO OUR READERS We cannot too strongly urge upon our readers the importance of having l first class high grade monthly home oitrnal in the household Such a journal ia M but a kmger considered a luxury necessity which it is the duty of every man and woman to provide for his or her family One of the very best home journals published hi The Woaani Ilcuti Journal a journal pure bright and interesting in its literature and in its special departments helpful alike to every member of the home In addition to its other teaturts The Womans Health Journal has mo e than any other noma journal a spot fad department of Health and Hygiene edited by a competent and experienced physician which feature of itself makes it of inestimable value to every household No family can afford to be without the Journal The Ol ima fully alive to the nee its patrons has made special arrangements ith this superb journal whereby it will receive orders for yearly subset ip tious to the two combined for onh 175 Address orders to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Experienced Sportsman Performe How the OpvraUim While hunting ducks on a marsh lasi I had the misfortune to step winter int i a deep hole over the tops of my rubber boots and every sportsman knows how disagreeable such a mishap It takes is especially in cold weather long time to get the boots thoroughly The felt dry inside after a soaking lining seems to h old the water and the waterproof nature of the robber greatly increases thcdttliculty Oat thia occasion it was necessary to use the boots again the next morning or miss a days sport Necessity is said to be the mother of Invention and with the aid of a sketch I will show an easy way out of such a predicament Tie the boot to a bedpost or other support with the foot uppermost Get Â¬ F k- 17 109 Cm inn 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Hnuna that c r Hi PARIS IMUCrSfeslrllDLAND Qowa Mi t ii i Orleaat Atlanta or JackaonTilla Florida Ciwnt e miles llnnt1 s Raaaa III miln thoelrt Cincinnati JaBBat anli i ia Mia wW TXJL ZF 5JESIS P M 2 30 A M tna ast Caw the atorc r nf thrranh can Cmeinnn to KaaarUM an4 haa mnnm few Orlaaaaw In C Hirt Afhcrill f rnt I iikoiic Ajk uoiu bnt turt ti CattMaia via ShrocKrt auactioa ia matin at Lcaiaatva II and Lar triuua to ail tnuatj Soutl aith ruliukd R1XEARS0X Gob I Paaar Agent CaaatataSB 0 - Oalj SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS S 6 201 Lv Lv Richmond Winchester Ar Ar i i 323 7 05 7 45 10 11 ik QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J 5 10 Lv Georgetown Kranlcfort 6 oo j7 Ar 15 7 35 Ar Dily except SuncUy C D BKRC 5 v naf j -- ej i i -- wsrn VlD i i BESTlifYou Condensed News Stories Miscellany R N I B R R J TTu Cum i v tf Richmond Ky - Â¬ a pasteboard tulie long enough toreach ip into the foot of tlie boot while the l Â¬ i i t Â¬ - wer end project below tlie leg and ten it in thai position with a string A tube such as pictures or maps are mailed in is just the thing Thelower or projecting end of the tube must have a funnel shaped mouth of paper fastened to it Under it pi ice a kerÂ¬ osene lamp w ith its lame burning low The working of thia arrangement is simple and thoroughly effective The stream of w arm dry air from the lamp chimney is conducted up the paper tube into the foot of the wel boot and drives out the colder air down the boot leg This constant circulation of warm air will dry very wet bool in fifteen minutes and then the tube may be transferred to the other one The lamp should be jnst close enough under the funnel and the wick should be burning at such a height as to make the foot part of the boot feel about a blmMi heat If too hot it will injure the rubber Thomas C Harris iu YouthN i ompanion fa Deafness fail not lie CsVed by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-Â¬ dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is in llained you have a rumbling sound or imperfect ln aiing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation is taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are canned by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for anv case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure bend for circulars free A Co F J CnKNi Â¬ Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything Regular Dealer Is Out And cannot supply what you want send your orders to Time Table No 22 In fect Nov ASl BULtU Versailles Nichoiasville Valley View Million Ef- Â¬ 18 1894 2ND C b 1ST CLASS jr0 No 3 s 4 Ex Si P M IO 6 58 7 5 12 8 55 v Richmond Unton Moberly Brassfield Panola Irvine 12 FM 12 28 i2 43 12 46 it 8 n 1 35 WILL BE FOUND IIL- - WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ei Sun Ex Sun Ex the WEEKLY Courier Journal ten page eight colnmn Democratic Newspaper Henry VYatterson is the Editor PRICE 00 A YEAR Weekly Courier Journal makes The very liberal terms to agents Sample copies of the paper and Premium Sup plement sent free to any address Write to COURIER JOCRSAL COMPANY Louisville Kentucky A 1 Â¬ L R BLANTON Dealer in Irvine Panola Brasstield MoberU A M T M F M Union Richmond Million Toledo Sold by druggists lie 0 Fires lifec death and taxes have been in the werid since its creation Pew ell Tnrley 3- COAL COZE KINDLING AND FEED Office and yard corner Main and B streets one Bqatare from the Valley Vk Nicholaxviile Versailles 6 5a - A M F M In ure tnat big barn lev rowel Jc Tur 3 2 VALUABLE WOODS Tr ireat Profusion In Inn Aaaertca Mam of tin finest woods in existence I He Â¬ trat ami omul In Truns lietwt cn Louisville and Ver- T rains between CuiiiinAt and N daily an leave Richmond ar spend three hours in Lex at 1020 a m and return You ran pend t in Cincinnati or m return to Rich For bn gh any ticket agent cr addri C M BROWN rv Soiirh Â¬ - Â¬ - - aaade BO leli- - N Turn r arc yel unknown or only slightly known to the manufacturers of wood In the civilized world The woods of Central and South America are perhaps the most remarkable a well as the least known In the yet untouched forests of this continent an many woods far finer that ant of those now in use These woods range from pure white to jet black in color and many of them arc most beautifully marked and veined Some of them are s hard that they turn the edge- - of axes chisels and othii tooK while the band saw cuts them onh slowly Ir the Colum bian exposition there were many displays of little known woods and the finest of then were those from Argen tine Republic Brazil am other St American countries Some of these southern wood- - yielded to the teeth of the band saw not tin ordinary saw- Â¬ dust but fine powder fine as the fines flour so hard were the woods Some of them burnt but slowly Others pos sess qualities that keep them free from insects Some of them seem to be alb indestructible by air and water All along the eastern slopesof the Andes up to the now line mi those gnat elevations throughout all the great river valleys and in some of the wide areas of level country in Ninth America are great forests of fine woods that are specially fit for the finest cabinet and furniture work and also for shipbuilding carpentry and other industrial arts in whicl raw material Th are noe an unknown quantity in the commercial world but they will conic rapidly into the knowledge of men and into industrial use when once the rail- Â¬ road has reached them Before many years it Is safe t predict the South American and Contra American republics will be threaded by railroads and then those wonderful woods will a An upon to supply the demand for in v and fine woods in all the civil- Â¬ ized countries Lumber World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- STOVES We are the sole agents for LODGE DXRECTOBT W H ADAMS Geni Pa Superintendent J W RoCK train Dispr MASONIC Richmond Lodge No meet- - second S and fourth Tuesdavt in each month I Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Secretary WAliVKRS FLAT IKA FLY AN 1MP0KTANT FACTOR M ate Fees office is in the immediate vicinity of the Patent Ofjice and mv ta ciities lor securing patents areunsurpas WM J H Turpin Secretary ed Send model ketch drawinaor pho I Hamilton Lodge No sS at tograph with de tnption and statement John Union Citv meets second Saturlav in as to advantages claimed every month John D Hamilton W M No charge is made for an opinion as to ohn L Giiigs Secretary patentability and mv lee for prosecnt ng Daniel Boone Lodte No isjat Booncs the application will not be called for until borough meets third Satui a in even the patent is allowed Wm Bennett W M month S OldA pamphlet entitled Inventors Glide ham Secretary containing foil information soraishrd lierea Ledge No 617 meets the first free AJdre s Saturday in each month at 7 oclock p m B T Fish E L Robinson Secretary Fkankiin H Hoi ii Master O I O i2i F street Washington D C F Madi on Lodge No 14 meets everv Mention this paper er for sale privately my farm conon Main street taining 22acres of land over 00 of Mondaj at their hall R CKirhy N C S H Thorpe V All of snd land winch is bottom rich G L J France Secretary and very productive Said farm shea every led ob the Kentucky Kiver at the mouth tir Boone Encampment No 40 meets t and third Thursday in Odd Fellows of Drowning reek and has good FJ The free and unlimited coinage of weather boarded leg boose also 1 good Hall on Main street J Richmond Lip comb C P L lianee Scribe barn aad young orchard and is well wa silver the product of American mines Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No I also have 150 to 210 barrels of tend meets second Thuradai m each month at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of com some work macs work cattle and al Odd Fellows Hall C R Tudor Cap- gold is the a tine vouug Kaddkt mare 011 sale at the only solution of and tain L J Frazee Clerk faun Will sell the farm on liberal terms remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ Call oa or address me at the CLIMAX ol KMOll rs OF lloVOR tice Richmond Kv Amity Lodge No qiq K of II meets factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ tf Tims THORPE even Friday evening in the Odd Fellows ture and general business of the coun- Â¬ hall at 7 oclock H O Rice Dictator try The surreptitious act of 1873 E W Rowland Reporter divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ KNIGHTS v -- Bridgefords Economist Cast and Steel Ranges Every range is guaranteed to give perfect We have over satisfaction 50 of these ranges in Rich- Â¬ mond We also keep a full line of Stoves Hardware Tin- Â¬ ware c Give ns a call Richmond Roval Arch Chapter No 16 - third Tuesday in each month D P Aruier II P Speed Smith Sect Reg- Â¬ Richmond Comnunderv No hj ular meeting the first Tneadai in each ir Kniehti are cordial month Visitinn v invited to aitend SI Deatherage E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodye No is at Kirksville meet Siturdav evening before the full A J Ro s V noon in every month M B F Cotton Secretarv Kingston Lodge No i at Kingston metis Saturday ecning before the full moon in tverv month T C Witt Sec retary I M Roen W M S Waco Lodye No meets fourth Saturday in evert month John F White Â¬ court house Telephone 17 you KENTUCKY yvill irit what you order and get it QUICK A cold wave never catches him napping CERTflll RT- - BLUE GRASS ROUTh PATENTS Caveats and Trademarks obtaine I and all patent business conducted for Moder ortesi ano Quickest Kouicirii Kentucky to All Points Norf nd South -- Through da rain seivicr net ween Cincir tsi nati Middlesborough tnd and I Point- Kt Knoxvie Tenn or NRR KflVil CLiUMH River Farm For Sale i v Bfiluir is uUTh BOlNU Cincinnati Covington Falmouth Cyiittiiaua Vrr Paris Arr lxiiiKton Jss N lt Daiiy 755 pm 803 p m 908 p 950 p m o 5 -a txiress 8 3 11 Dally No Accor Daily Ex S11 2 ive ive ve Lra Â¬ Ivr Pans FREE COIXACE OF SILVER Lvo Winchester rr Wlnrliester rr Kichimmd IveKichmoml Lve Berea 1310 n w 1055 1125 a m 1035 210 n n 1055 1235 pml 1055 135 p m 1143 p m 1143 948 ami 1043 am iiiiS am ii am am 3 p in pr P Pm 50 p m am I - 10 o pm pm Arr Iivliitfstoii rr Corhin 156pm p 130- - am pm Pm 7 Ive Iniliiu Lve Corbin Lve Lve LlviiiKHtoii 355 p m 310 p m 445 445 530 600 640 Â¬ LveBarbrville Pinevilf ive Miildlesirii pm pm m m 105 a m 135 a m p BEE KEEPING THE TOILET OF BiHDS twaae Like Mrr l Iran aTaaar llllirn BM V4 MISTAKES Sur e Iit Never Make sif Men he llumitiet a I of bins Ire pe- - many hi ir very alitj rf their sa 1 aland and ponds tts i ater a r- - in Spar- - water and in a- r - BtHMal Jar alxiit in but I shallow hae wen pools lata tilce a dip that were quite tt y prefer riraf the e a watrr an get it in the street il in hi ebuiea of his Mad otieed bis dost faath in th ad invariably he rJaooaca ast is like powder prefer dry loam They like to scratch n1 im under The iers with i Most I laeat f morn i n j ahes il over and Teatlir s N V In tlie American lice Journal a r says To think that the man never made a success at anything tried will snake a success with been To try to keep one hundred raJimil I where lift would starve To neglect to give tlae bees proper care in spring ami fall in fact all the time and hope for generous returns To neglect to put the bees away into winter tjiiarters in good condition then ex- find them strong in the dawn of early spring To rob them of their stores too late for them to replenish t litis causing them to starve then blame them for perishing and curse your luck To try to ue all patent hives and appliances because some ugned agent tells him to and expect to succeed To ventilate his hives with cracks in the roof and knot Tn keep plenty in the bottom of weak colonies on han ant expect t lie comb grub ape the by using a moth proof hive Noi-lo fail to put on the surplus at the right time then blame nature and the beea for surplus Watch work and wait must be VOW motto in ho To ing for Sue ess let the grass and weeds grow so rank around the hives that the beeseant tind them then expect to become a prince in the business To u e old fogy dog box hires whose internal mechanism you cannot view without cutting out the cimbs tien expect to in cimc scientific To allow dirt ami Blthtoa mulate on the bottom boards of the hives as a hot bed for the propagation To buy an extractor before of moths yon know w hat to extract from one pound brood- baiter At birth a nejrro child is of n color wlii Hon KaBBra liable lor a rediish to a k of tlie ir is ary- - ptti for ant1 boast of your know ledge talk a drones laying eggs and the ijueen lie ing the king bee To try to keep and not havO some books on bee culture at banal with which you are well and thiuk yourself a actiuainted bee master To expect to reap won derful result with bees without labor knowledge patience and eosta No without labor To become cranky and think no one else keeps i tlo This is a progressive rumble because you have to Â¬ bine Baa a I arm All in White tin his Dorsetshire state Lord Alington has a white farm It iiisc every anbaal in it i tin ir Tile whitOX- - has prove by white donkeys and a whit Tin ace white rss tjuil ire white - Uttfa lilith and - n a birthday party - fjr her little fr up quit the chain improving and from a bitter weed has developed a succulent forage plant unusually rich in sugar and relished by nil kind- of stock The illustration of plant shows its resemblance to tlie i pea t which it is closelv rev to lated The roots are sai to penetrate the hardest driest and rockiest soils reaching to the depth of ten or twenty feet Drought has little effect upon it Barren land occupied by it has its fertility improved Those who understand how red clover takes so much of its nourishment from tju air will have A IAlIi ol little ditiiculty in believing this as the llihlMs flat pea like the elovera belongs to the gle cimits The cuckoo Dorkings nave Iegumino ie family Four tons of dry a peculiar plumage consisting of a hay p r acre can be obtained if three marking of Lars or peneilrngs of dark cuttings arc made Tlie lirst cutting blue gray on a ground of lighter gray takes away all chance for an early In size it is slightly larger than the honey crop but if wo understand it white but smaller than the other varie- correctly the bees gather a rich harties vest after the Brat catting and not Dorkings liave foil broad ireasts until October ii its yield of nectar over broad backs short legl and are rather A somewhat serious drawback to short in theneck They have five toes growing it in this country is the uifji on each foot The Basle in good con- Cidty of getting a start as it is very dition will weigh twelve pounds and liable to be winter killed during the the hen nine pounds They are ftr Brat and second years layers good mothers mature earlv and grtiw rapidly The great objection is UNITING SWARMS the delicacy of the young birds which renders raising them difficult The Thia Can tie Done to iitellent Advantage climate or the soil or both in many iu the Fall pats of the Doited States does not If had four small colonies that I seem to agree with them This may wished to unite says a correspondent ever be due to loo much inbreed in American Dee Journal I would ing as fresh blood is difficult to pro- move them together ami let them get cure well established in their Dorkings can only b successfully before disturbing them Inew location would move raised on a dry soil dampness lteing them in the evening after all the peculiarly fatal to them The also workers had returned from tlie Held require wide range The Dorking is and pat grass or strawii front of not exactly suited to the requirenteuts hive entrance so they could not the leave of tlie American market its shanks a a board in front being white w hile we generally prefer their heads against will causeto bump them to yellow ones Its skin is also white or notice a change in their location and pale yellow instead of the gold color take their bearings When established BsanUIy demanded but for the producin t heir new home I would remove all tion of en fowls for the table their queens but one and cage them it should prove of great value ing tlie beat one to remain with the colony When wanted to unite ipteora nioorariiwi theui 1 would remove the hives from An interest ror photograph their old stand and place a new hive aetaom lias recently been pi in the center of the pia tucy in the Vale university observatory It stood plaein a smooth hoard in front consists of aa inclined shaft carrying of it to brush apoo Then 1 a Dumber ofea aa to would the frames containing include tn large brush off oil area of sky The shaft is turned by the bees and pat the frames promiscu he m ously into the new hive and pour all d make s op- - the bees together iu front of it pear as points in ical of drive all the bees into tt with smoke would le the ease ii th As neither of t lim to With tiiisarr this accept the conditions of th ti in their true and unite peaceably The frames con heavenly bodies and taining honey I would ui eap a few at a their direction at lined ttne and place them iu the second story The instrument useful with a small aperture iu the covering the radiant i he lower story over the fi to from permit tin come up and i ri r Tlie honey thai iffiei the farm wnel eut f will is kepi it is not got win- another requires season to pay for the labor of uniting number Am 3K - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Jefferson was fond of telling a story v hich illustrates in a forcible manner the importance that absurdly insignificant matters may mulct hues assume Vo When the deliberative body that gave the world the Declaration of Independence was in session its proc biers were conducted in a ball close to which was situated a livery stable The was weather warm and from the stable came swarms of flies OF IIIK that lighted on the tegs of the honor able members and biting through the thin silk stockings then in fashion gave infinite annoyance It was no uncom mon sight said Jefferson to see a mem ber making a speech with a large handkerchief in hand ami pausing at every moment to thrash the Hies from his thinly protected calves The opinion of the body was not unanimous it favor of the document and under other circumstances discussion might have been protracted for days if not weeks but the Hies were intolerable Efforts were made to tind another ball IS OFFERED FOR SALE- free from the peats but in vain As the sresther became warmer the flies grew worse and the flapping of hand kerchiefs was heard all over the hall as an accompaniment to the voices of the speakers In despair at last some one suggested that matters be hurried sc that the body might adjourn and get away from the Hies There were a few FOR- mild protests but no doe heeded them the immortal declaration was hurriedly copied and with the handkerchiefs in hand lighting Hies as they came the members hastened up to the table le sign the authentic copy and leave the flics in the lurch Had it not been for the livery stable yi its inmates there is no telling wh n the doCSUM nt would have been cosapleted but it certainly It is first cliiss in its appoint would not have been ifallELd on the merits and will be sokl at a Fourth Â¬ FOR SALE THE PLANT OF PYTHIAS 43 K P Arr Jellico Arr Kiioxvllle Lve Khhmoiut rr Rowbmd Lv Iumil tap Lve Corblu Lve Williaitsbg Arr Cuniil Oap pm pm 310 352 430 505 325 217am 310 am a a a a a m m m m m 445pm 550 p m 630 p m 8ty a m 150 pm 5ao pm No 2 Kx 300 a nt 358 a m 425 a m meets everv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows hill at oclock C W Tudor C C C C Hooker K of R and S White LoJge No aaaaaaaaaaaa a and Trade Marks obtained and al Pat- Sent business conducted for moderate rtcs EOun Office is Opposite U S Patent Office J 5 and we can secure patent in less time than those J remote from Washington model drawing or photo t Scad We advise if patentable orwith descrip-of not tree J Jtirn O ir fee not due till patent is secured 0 marge How to Obtain Patents with J J A Pamphlet cost 01 same in the U S and foreign countries J 0 4se1t tree Address Caveats MOUNTAIN Â¬ SENTINEL CASNOWCO t Opp a- Patent Office Washington D C 0 tary system was a crime of untold magnitude It was the rankest kind NORTH BOfNI of class legislation in favor of the ve Rowland wealthy against the producers of Arr Richmond Lve Knoxville wealth and hostile to the prosperity Lve JelHco Lve Wllliamabg of the United States It was an net Air corbin Lve of treason because done at the instance Lve Cninl liap Mliliilehii of a European syndicate and for bribe Lve Pineville Lve Rarbrvllle rr Corbin money giving aid and comfort to Lve London our countrys enemiesTo shield rrL Livingston iivtiiKNtou the guilty parties tlie well authenti- Â¬ Lve RereH Lve Vrr Richmond cated facts often published have been Lve Richmond Arr Wlnrlieaier vigorously denied tve Winclietiter The Enquirer will continue to ex- Arr Paris ve exingtor Lve pose this unpardonable crime until Lve Paris Cyntlnana Kalmoiith right and justice are done the people Lve Covington Arr by the full restoration of silver to its Arr Clnclniiali Â¬ Daily M Han Daily No t Daily Nil 1015 a m 3 ro am z x l- C if w -Z f- - C 0 630 am - 7 I 741 am 700 a m 752 am 1024 am 1030 am 5 am io am 1110 p m 7 00a ra 1138 p m 7 46 a m a m 9 50a m 1001 p m 10 o p m 7 40 a m 05 p m 8 19 a tn 1140 pm 9 00 a m 1220 a m 9 45 m 108 a m 033am a 00 am 1 215 a m it 30 a m 312 a m 13 28 n m 339 a m 13 55 n n 319 a m 3 30 p m 435 am 3 20 p m aa iiin pm 831 a m 911 am 455 425 505 537 608 ami ami 4 01 p m a mi 4 07 p m am 4 15 p m am 4 4 a 5 36 3 28 711 ami 6 36 p m 735 am 6 45 pm 30 29 YELLOW Â¬ CHEAP CASH PINE FLOORING AND old companionship with gold We need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth to which end we invite all in your selection of pa pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer that costs only 100 a year Issued twice a week Liberal commissions and cash re- Â¬ wards given to club raisers Sample copies free Enquirer Company Cincinnati O M A VsVII BOUND r roi vr jj Ex Sun Ex Suu NORTH ball D Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington trr Carlisle JtihiiNon Mayaville Islington EX Mlllersburg mm 700 74s 808 827 945 No am am am am ks pa pm 56 isipn pm 737pm No II DKily Ex Hun 145 324 308 337 350 637 6 550 pm Pm 9i lm am Daily OUTH BOlND Lve Mayhville Ex Siiii CEILING J blPPINGOTTS MAGAZINE 1895 The special feature of LIPPINCOTTS Poplar Weather boarding Cypress Shingles Cnt 553 am Johnson 630 am Carlisle 703 am Mlllersbnrg 73 am rr Paris 74s a m Lexington 835 am Covington m 1034 Clnciiinatl 1030 am Ko- - tut ther tn foriiiation rales on or freight address pm pm pm pm pm pm 645 pm tickets Ticket and Emigration Agent Ri hiiiond Ky P it CARR Â¬ rltitric Itetonrhin Many Tool Poplar Shingles Framing Lnmber Willows i they are indebted to judicious retouchings for the effectiveness of picture and often the genera jitvenvseence of the subject touching a negative a pencil will only mark well when slippl me chanical devic been tried for giving this stippling motion to the pencil but they are nearly all too heavy to be held in Die hand A little tool IS now on the market which is said to tie marvel of Ii its operative power is a not which vibrates a keeper after the manner of the electric bell This sets the pened in rapid motion and the retoucher is enabled to work mir formation with ease and Â¬ 1 11 oplc who having sought the photographer in his studio gaze with complacency 00 the presentment f themselves that his art lias evolved are unconscious of the extent to which r - RICHMONDSTEAM BARGAI My A In e Complete Novel iaane in LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME reason iur selling is 1 that p on All First Class Goods INDUSTRIES I my lime is wholly taken tlie Climax And 3 F Rock Breeder and Dealer in oROBT THOMSON r eared Himalayan angora BELGIAN HARE AM Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE j addition to the usual short stories novelettes essays poem etc all combineii make i one ol the no t drarraatr magazines now onbli hed We avoid the ohie tion held by so many rcades to a cortmued storv During the comim year novels nay be expected Irom ih Work tione pmniplly and a well as any other LuiiiiJrv in the Couutrv Capt King Ameiie Rives Gertrude Athhtok Mrs Stickney Miss Train Mrs AtEXANDtt And other wel known writers Price 3 Sincle ronv an tier year Ln five 2 cent stamps for specimen copy PRICES NO HIGHER Stand hy Home People and Ihey will stand by you At e t Ini iiiarles Stark vator boy in the Joba store rnt i COMMON RABBITS ice z36 Front Street j OUT OF TOWN WORK - Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award Memphis Tenn Main St - Near K C De LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE ing broken SOLICITED