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LnKH V VOLUME KIBISCJ Jailxx k VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DENTAL StTBCEEY Crutcher j c f RICHMOND A 1I MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY food which WEDNESDAY COIHNTY EIBECTOEY CIXCITIT COIRT I 1 1 NUMBER TBa Wealth of Rllm IrrmlelolT N MARCH 131895 Calculation 40 HEHXVmv WET cember S H Thorpe missioner S E Scott Trustee of Jury Fund S E Scott Court convenes third Mtmdiv in Jan- Â¬ uary chril second Monday in April and the first Monday in September and DeCOUNTY monwtihhs Attv TJ Scott BA aorK j avatss The Israelites Lived for Forty Year on Angels Food They Found MOKCiAN Richmond Bank 1 YATI DENTISTS - satiifliiK It I Sweet Mk Vhl-soUi- - Kenticky 3 COIRT OmCB Main Street over Madison National Judge k ff lames R Burnam John K White Afl irnej J I IevisCobb Simmons WELBY W BURGIN DEXTIST Richmond Slrcct Office over Brown Crooke Assessor Broaddit erintendent Public School Mtk Amanda T Million County court is held on tjic first Mon dav ia each month I roner F Waeers MG BF PB - s Kkntiikv grocery No 26 eor Cheiuutt Second 1 ML A WILKES SMITH STR Al ES AND CONSTABLES First District IV P Armer third esday Constable Wm P Simmons nd Daarict Gsaaa B Million third iav Constable Eugene Todd Third District R R Wells first Saturday Constable net Johr Doty second nstable Amos Kllion Fifth District S Maupin fourth Mun Constable C C Lamb tnct U S Coyle third Sat urdav Constable James W Bratcher li District i K B Coy second Constable 1 W Rtoaddus h District Usa C Million third Constable Thomas Jones tunes of holding magistrates courts are the months of February Mav Au November BERFA POL1CF COIRT I VESTAL 8UMaE0Nt Kemtcky Richmond Ohkf Snutli luKimj Main Street nam to 4 P M oolo Jrn ticc limited lo ilnitttrv nil Office 3- - J L BARKIS If D Richmond I 1 Kh KTUC KV to Crown and Waste uteri a vpctitlty Office in jUmm Mam street Office hours 9 am nm 1 in 41 in 33 22 ATTORNEYS - POWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW KlLHMONU - Rawlings Judge Fourth Satur each month I H Gabbard Mar- - Kfmickv Light Co s on 3 Office same as Richmond Water SICHMOKL LIEECT3EY street an cm kt Henry C Rice in W 11 SHACKELFORD P H Sullivan Police J I F cnev Collector David Freeman eld on the first Tuesday each month irnev t ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Kimukv Will pcic tn e Ntiutial Hans same I in 1 the C0111U a ffi Iol CasertosB e over 4 CITY COUNCIL T T Covington Mayor lames B StouflT r N B Turnip H Neff Rowland A E Carse A Mershon - S larkes Treasurer C n Pa fie Clerk I STEPHEN PARRISH AT LAW Kentucky De ATTORNEY Richmond Patents Caveats Trade Marks Report si la patentatility I 110 ciition Free of Uasurpfthscd facilities Charge Moderate terms Belorc applying lor a sate 4 write mc CHUE2H EXEECTOEY METHOIIISI mottri M F Chuch South Pas tor Rev A Redd Services at 11 on the se ond louth and filth Sundays at m each Sunday Sabbath school j CH BREOK am ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Kimvikv Office up iron stairway at Crooks corner Main and syecond Streets 1 52 vVednrsdav ce M K Church Rev A Redd CoTege Hill M Prayer meetings at 7 130 p South Ser and third Sundays Pastor B J A SULLIVAN Church South Services second Sunday morning and Night Prayer meet ery alternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at v o Kirksville M E Church South Pastor B F Censbj Centenary M E Pas- Â¬ tor J F finder Services first Sunday morning and luurth Sunday morning and night Pravec meeting every alternate Vednesdv night Sunday school every Sundav morning Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Richmond luiK if Main Street up staias lo ll B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW - RkHuond Office No 13 - Kenticky 31 30 Firt street up II H I sMIHI ATTORNEY AT LAW - PRrsBYTRRI 1 N Pastor Richmond Southern Services every Sunday at t 7 fX 730 p m Sundav 950 Priver meeting eyerv Wednesday nam a and school in niglil Richmond i Kknticky Richmond Second Presbyterian Pas tor Rev J I McKec Services 11 a 111 and 730 p m r Creek Chapel Pastor Rev A W Crawford Services second and fourth Prayer Sundays morning and night meeting Saturday and Wednesday nights inday school everv Sun i day at 10 a m Bethel Meeting House second and fifth Sun lavs Formans Chapel fourth Sundry Kirksville Pastor Rev Wm Crow First and third Sundav s BAPTIST k I IL CHENADLT Kentucky Irut ver Cheuaults gro Â¬ 31 ATTORNEYS AT LAW RlCHMIND tlffice on Sccoad cery course Sunday afternoon was A Seraphic lMet the selected being Tsahns Ixwii SS Man did cut angels food Somewhat risky would be the ander- takinjr to tell just what was the manna that fell to the Israelites in the wilderness of what it was nidc and how it was made and who made it The manna was called anjrels food hut why so called Was it be cause it came from the place whore anjrels iive or heuBam an poaaded it or because angels did eat it or because it was good euoagll for aagelsT On what crystal platter was it carried to the door of lleaytn and it How tlirovvn out did taste We are told there was in it something- like honey but if the saccharine taste la it had leen too strong many would not have iked it and so it may have had s comminir liag of flavors this delicacy of tne It must have been nutritious for a nation lived on it for 41 years It in 1st have leeii healthful for it is so H must have inspirinrlv applaaded been abundant Isecatise it dismissed the necessity of a satler for a greet army Kach peiSOB bad ration of three quarts a day allowed to him anil so 15000000 jxiunds were necetibsry every week Those were the tin which my tct sj crbee man did eat sagehV food If tiie Lord who has helped mc sti often will help mc now will first tell TOO what is sngels fHid aid then bow we may toaae of it for ourselves In our mortal state we must have our mas n and digefctioa and assimilation the products of the earth orjMreity as well as mentality and spirituality characterises atwthe style of diet lias much to do with our well beiag Light and frothy food taken exclnsin suits in vreak saaclea an i The taking of tvo lunch animal fod prodnces sensuality Vegetariaas are cranks Reasonable selection of he farinaceous and the solid ordinar ily produces physical stain ina Itnt we have all occasionally In en in in ecstatic state where we forgot the ssity of earthly food We were fed by joys by anticipations overies by companionships tbatdwin tiled the dining boor into iasu7nifi canee and made the pleasares of the tabic stupid and aainvitiujr There have been cases where from Seemingly invisible sources the human body has been maintained as in the remarkable casc of our in Hie raa- and Christian neig cher kntiwn throughout the n and Christian world for thai she was seven weeks without earthly food fed and sustained on heavenly v Our beloved Dr Irenaeos Prime editor mid theologian recorded the wonders eonceriiinu this girl Prof West the great scientist marveled over it and V i I lard Parker of world wide fame m sargery threw up his hands in amaze ment at it There are times in all our lives when the soul asserts itself and says to the Ixxiy Hash Stand back Stand down 1 am at a banquet where no ch gleam and no viands smoke and no ea liaary implements clatter lam feeding on that which no human hand lias mixed and no earthly oven baked I am eatiucr angels food If you have never been in such an exalted state I commiserate your leaden w raperanaent and I dismiss ou from this service as incompetent to understand the thrilli- Â¬ ng ami glorious sngge tireness of mv test when it says Man did eat an rell in tlir The subject of Dr KeiMThat - Killing lrlltnf the M Hook Has the Mhiiiik and All ildiirrunw ilis Tlliailiaii tet 1 i Â¬ Â¬ pels on food Now what do the 30 FETSICLsUTS DR H Richmond EL GIBSON 1 lSf 71 V - 78 - 1 Pastor Richmond and Third Saturdays and Sunday Siniav school 9 a in each Sabbath Praver meeting each Thursday night Richmond Piedestinarian Pastor Rev E H Burnam Second Saturday and av E iX Kkmucky 20 Sec37- - 18 and Office in the Joe ollins liuildin ond Street over Whites new irugstore DHL AH STEWART URGEOS KEN ilCKY Pas Third Saturday and fo lowing Sundav in each month at 11 a m and also 3 and 7 p m on Sunday Pastor Rev R L Am er Creek btosc Feurth Saturday and following and font tli Sundav M Rid IHYSiriAX AM klCHMOMi ter Campbell ner Offick m Mii street KesitlemeCQvmgtnn Mitt liclls Alutiiiug store tiy Nrth Street mands of corporeity and have no hindrance or environment in the shape of bone and muscle and Besh and hence that which mav deleetate oi r palate or invigorate our poor dying frames would le of no use to them But thev My text have a food of their own There mav be other conrscs Kivs so of food in the heasealy menu that am not aware of but I know of live or sj styles of food always on celestial ta- Â¬ bles when cherubim and seranhim and archangel gather for heavenly repast the mystery of redemption celes tialicd music the heavenly picturesque sublime colloquj eternal eater prise saintly association Divine companionship eelehrative jubilance There is one subject that excites in curiosity and inquisitiveness of all I Â¬ superriaturals live They experience none of the de- Â¬ I I Wills DR O A KENNEDY J Pastor Rev Third Saturday and following Sundav YSK IAS Axn 8VRGE0N I Wills Pastor Rev Viney Fork Richmond Kimukv Second Saturday and Sunday Waco Pastor Rev T H Campbell Office in Smith Huilding up Second Sunday and preceding Saturday stairs Office lumrs 13 to No 204 Main Street 13and to s oclock Red Lick Pastor Rev R L Am brose Third Sunday and preceding SatDR JOHN M FOSTER urday Formans Chapel First Saturday and PH YslCJA X AND SUUQ EOS Sunday Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Kentucky Saturday Richmond Cane Spring Calvinist first Pastor Rev Wm Rupard and Sundav Officr 217 Main Street between Second and Goodloes Chapel Speedwell United stairThird street Pastor H Dunson First Sat aid lates Creek Avenae residence t corner Man colored urdav and Sundav in each month Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Third Sat W EVANS M D urdav and Sunday Havs Fork Third Sunday and preceKenticky Richmond ding Saturday Hastng retired from the practice of medicine Second Saturday and several years ago for reasons hest known to my Pilot Knob Sunday Pastor Rev R L Ambrose self I again offer nv roffional service to the Pastor Rev people of Richmond and icnuy Pcfsons desirKirksville brick cburch ing my sersicesmll find my offiie hrst door DorMl T H Campbell f the rendence of X W Deatheragc on Second Rev M A Jones Republican Pastor street Saturday Second Sundav and preceding and fourth Sunday DR T J TAYIXR DIsaJULES OK CIIIST Irnrtitiomr in flMjJMM ami Sttrga Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre- Â¬ ceding Saturday Pastor L H Reynolds Klmukv Richmond Fifth Sunday j W Harding Office on Second Street over Yeagcrs Jewelry Glade Third Sunday and preceding Resldeme on Third Street Store Saturday Elder Cart wright Kirksville Second Sunday and preceding Saturday Joseph Ballew J L A8HBAUGH M D Ml Pleasant Second and fourth Sun- Â¬ IIOMUJATIILST Pastor days and preceding Saturdays Kknvccky Sabbath school 10 a Richmond av t nose arTjjrtt St Inion Ill 1 Â¬ -- 3- 3- m Saturday preceding third Sunday Pastor L H Rev nolds F Smith Richmond Klder W am Services every Sunday at and 7 yO p m Sunday rchool at 930 m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 Second Sunday While Oak Pood Pastor L H Reynolds In ion Chiistian Church Second Sundav in each month ami Saturday precedElder W S Gamboe Pastoi ing HRIT CHURCH EPIScOrAL Mottling service and sermon at n oclock Evening service and sermon at Indies clock during the winter 14Soci tv on Friday at a p m L M Wil sins Rector 11 Â¬ - Mt Zion First and fourth Sundays and fhronic diseases and diseases of woawn ialty Office No ua K Min Street a-- Spec34- - CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY litutc Ontario Veterinary Offi SI RGEON Cvttfge a Specialty - Dentistry Uluw I and Steiility Kuhniond Ky us 11 CATHOLIC TaBLERSDII buckeye Ill OINTMENT iCURES NOTHIMG BUT PILES j I 4rond 10 a m es first and third Sunday at Lecture andbenediction on the PastorRev Father Ma- Â¬ same evening- - THE CLIMU Emaloys the BEST Printera does t h e Isjsat J A work nd von may count on The pnee being rujnt tjived u a call Seeing is believing ru BB9I KCBItsl f OI 1ST ALL IKrSIMT XB W IT IMva SURE and CERTAIN CURE knovvnf or 10 years as the at s nil -i Ctt ril-fcI Why did Htoropa palace for a barn scepter from His right hand to take a spear into His left side Why quit the anthem of the Worshiping heavens to hear the crooning of a weary mothers voice Was a straw better than a gar Could it not have been done in land some other way ssysaacel the first Was the human race worth such a says aiiLrel second How sacrifice could Heaven get along without Him says angel the third years far Through that assassination may sin ful mail rise into our eternal com pan Ami says angel t lie fourth ship then they all bend toward each other it it and talk about it and and try to fathom it and prophesy concerning it But the subject is too j oir and they only nibble at it fhey only break off a piece of it They on b taste it They just dtp into it And Worthy is the ne angel cries And another Laaib that was siain And another says rnsearchabic And anIast finding out savs And then they other says Alleluia all till their cupsof gold with the new Unlike of the kingdom wine the lreal ers of earth which poison they glow with immortal health the wine pressed from the grapes of the heavenly BsheoL and they ali tiiink to the memory of manger unii cross shattered senuleher and O ivetic Oh that rapturous inspirascension ing transporting theme Of the worlds food The ransom That main taking of that food give str ruger pulse several morn to their gladi mgs of radiance to their foreheads gives vaster circle to the sweep of theii - or mission inteicoustellation Some of the crumbs of that angels fcnl fall nil around our wilderness camp to day and we feel like prying Oh the depths of the with Paul both of the if Jodr or with expiring Stephen or my spirit Jesus Nonc many an enraptured soul but Christ Xulf bat around this angels f through all these a through all these the hovel i the great town all ti Oivc all nations a Uistc-- of I Â¬ Â¬ thing the angels desire to look into That is why did Christ excha Pater ays Which whole assemblage to whom the music was a feast Never an thing that took in at the lips of the mouth was so delightful to thei- - taste as that which they took in at the lips of the ear I have seen and you have seen people actually intoxicated with sounus Oratorios which are always too protracted for those of us who have not had our faculties cultivated in that direction were never long enough for them As at 11 oclock at night the leader of the orchestra gave the three laps of his baton to again start the music they wi-c-afresh and alert as when three hours before and oclock the curtain first lifted Music to them is food for body food for mind and food for soul Prom what I read in mv Kible think celest ialied music will make up a Urge part of an li Is food Why do I say ealestialiaed music Because though music may have been born in Heaven it had not all its charm- - until it came to earth and took a baptism of tens Since then it has has bad a pathos and a tenderness that it could not otherwise have possessed It Mad to pass under the shadow s and over stormy seas and weep at the sepulchers and to be hammed as in la by over the cradle of sick children before it could mount to ds present altitadesof heavenly pow Noorgan on earth would lie com Â¬ plete without the Stop tremolo ami vox humMia top And no music of Heaven will be complete w itliout the Tremolo of earth v sorrow comforted and the Vox Humana f earthly sympathies glorified dust lake up the Testament and find it a notebook of eclestialized music It says lestts saftg a hymn before lie went to the Mount of Olives and if He uld sing on earth with Bethlehem humiliation close behind Him and sworn enemies close on both side of Him ami the torments f Golgotha iust before Him do you not sitpimse lb- rings in Heaven Paul ami Silas ang in midnight dungeon and do you not suppose that now they sing on t lie table Summits What do the and trumpets and choir of ICcvclation suggest if not music What would the millions of good singers ami players upon instruments who took part in earthly worship do in Heaven without music Why the mansions ring with it The great halls of eternity echo with it The worship of unnumbered iios- - is en- ccl with it It will be the onlv art of earth that will have caongh elasticity and strength to leap the jtim and take possession of Heaven Sculpture will halt this side of the grave because it chiefly commemor- be forms of those in Heaven will be reconstructed and what would we want of the sculptural imitation when nd in the presence of the resur- Â¬ rected original Painting will bait de of the grave because the earth would tie too tame for Heaven and what use to have pictured on canvas t he scenes which shall he deÂ¬ scribed to us by those who were the participants One of the disciples will tell us aboat the Last Supper than Titian with mighty touch iio in art gallery Tne plainest the last smt by tongue wii jud men t better than Michael Angelo w Ih his pencil pat it up n the ceiling of the Vatican Architecture will halt this side the gi I there be foe architects compass and design in that city which is already and garnished nntil nothing can added all the Tuileries and V nd sor sstles and st Clouds of the earth piled up not equaling its humblest residences all the st Paul and St 1etcrs and St Isaaks and St Sophias of the earth built into one cathedral not equaling the Heaven- Â¬ ly Temple Bat Music will pass right on right up am right in and millions in Heaven will acknowledge that under Od she was the chief cause of their salvation Oh I would like to be present when all the im at Christian singers ami the great Christian placers of ami the ages shall eongrogate in Heaven of course they must like all the rest of us beafeanedaud ransomed by the blood of the slain Lamb Alas that some of the great artists of sweet sound have been as distinguished for profligacy as for the way they warbled the song or fingered the keyboard or trod the organ pedal Some who have iec n distinguished bas os and sopranos and primadonnas on earth I fear will never sing the song of Moses ami tiie Lamb or put the lip to the trumpet with sounds of victory haforn the throne But many of the masters who ehanued us on carta will more us in mightily charms Heaven real Music Hall of Eternity May yot and I be there some day to when the Hallelujah acclaim As on earth is Wakened horns there have been Harmonies made up of other harmonies a strain of music from this cantata and a strain of music from that overture and a bar from this and but one treat tune or i bar frm that heme into which all the otuers were poured as rivers into a sea so it may be given to the mirhtiest soul in tiie heavenly world to gather someÂ¬ thing from all the sacred songs we have siinir on earth or which have been sung in ail the ages and roil them on in eternal symphony but the one great theme and the one overmastering tone that shall carry al before it and uplift all Heaven from central throne to furthest gate of pearl and to highest will be Unto tie of ainetliist Htm who loied as and washed us from our sins iu His own blood and made OS kings and priests unto God and the to Him be glory that will be manna enough for all Heaven to feed on That will Ix- banquet for immor Â¬ tals That w ill be angels food Now in tiie emerald palace of Heav en let tiie cup bearers ami servants of the King remove this cfutsc from the banqnet and bring on another course of amr is rood which is Laying Out The Bible lets of Mighty Enterprise us know positively that the angel - have our wcui is affairs oa their heart They afford the rapid transit from world to world Ministering sidrits escorting spirits I Â¬ Â¬ is Cetestialixad Music Von and I have seen at Some concert or oratorio a ther coarse of aairels We are told they sangto thought gethcr at the Creation and that im- have all worlds on their ii of cuir plied not only th world but of other worlds Shall they plan only for out little planet and be times lar unconcern They have ail the galaxies No er their obsc cation cheuics of helpfulncs and executed shipwrecked wed in put be si These back ami down light unhorse an Appollyon with one stroke of batl Theali over They bend toward each cither in sub uy They have cabinet meetings The of winged immortals msu he m oIrii out hntlcl oat demoniac hosts riding up planetary i to I If in the great organ ail coronations Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt ReiKrt tiie universe one key gets out of tune they plan for its retiming No nnder takhsg is so difficult no post of duty is so distant no mission is so stupendous bat at tiods command thev are gladly obedient When they sit to- Â¬ gether in the Heavenly places iabriel and Michael the archangel and the anirel that pointed llagar to the fountain in tiie desert and the angel that swung open the prison door of delivered Peter and the angels who be the reapers at the end of the world ami the angel that Stood by PaT1 to KKSTUCKT OTATB NKWs encourage him on the foundering corn ship of Uexandria and the two angels w Gaova camn meeting will be- Â¬ that sentineled the tomb of Christ The Chinese Lose Two Thou- Â¬ gin July St and continue fifteen and the four angels tiiat St John Jlhik TiIomiSon rendered his decisaw in Apocalypse and the four coraers sand Ken in the Late Battle sion in the Sunday law cases at Uoais of the earth and tiie twelve angels that ville upholding the statute under ruard the twelve swinging pearls which the prosecutions were instimd the oiioo charioted angels that the The Japanese Loss Was But One tuted Psalmist described and more radiant liBsxr county receives annually Hundred Men Killed than ail of them put together and about 13000 in dividends from the vai mightier than all and lovelier than all ous turnpikes in the county of which The Angel of the Covenant the All the Fufniin War Material Wan Cap-Â¬ the county is pari owatr cadence of his voice the bast music tured Iohii Caacaas tire Iluring TTik contract for erecting the new I lie tattle and llnrn tci the that ever entranced mortal or immor jail for Chsey county was let for re unci licMi NccUii Promoted i tai ears smile another noon risen The jail is to be of hi ck with a resiof mi noon his presence enough to IoMov March 11 The Central dence for the jailer attached a heaven if there were no other Two banks and six or eight individ Â¬ attraction I my when they meet toÂ¬ News correspondent in ToKio cpiotcs gether in the council chambers close this distateh which was neat from uals in Garrard county will be ar to the Throne ah that will be are Yin Kan or New Chvanjr on March 7 by the income tax law Anoi t 11100000 will lie expended in galement infinite That will be a re- - thatYesterday Gem Nodsu reported his p ist supernal That will lie an division army with the aid of tiie First improving and enlarging the Hcniler had attacked the Chinese at son cotton mill plant food And one of my ex Â¬ a reaaa iting anticipations of Heaven is Tenchantai that morning Thelapan- - W m Sikvkvs aged Ivanecd from three directions farmer disappeared from Lis home the prospect of seeing and talk- Â¬ one force comiutr from the cast one near Moransbnrg the other night and ing with some of them Why not It is feared he is What did they come out for on the bal from tht northeast and the third from is still missing onyon that Christmas night and ring the northwest A not artillery tire was drowneil Iiik irst Christian church at Winfor our world if they did not want to opened at 7 a m and under its cover the three bodies of troops stormed the chester will support a missionary in be put in communication with us know the serenade was in Qreak but town shortly before bctu The Chinese China aa the special representative of Lhey knew mat their words would be numbered Piikmi or more At Hrst thev that cinch Tax assessed valuation of property ted iu all languages If thev fomrht subbornly but eventually they 130 which thought themselves too good to have broke and ran throwing down their ia Christian county luooonc less than the valua aaything to do with us would they arms and making BO effort to save is nearMost of the t km for i i have dropped hristmas carols apoa standards or baggage Al Tin M msoi is is tl name of a new the shepherds some of them as had as Chinese tied to the northwest though the Japanese loss was but 100 piibleai ion at Uniontown which has lay of us have ever been Ave If lhey Bang for mortals will thev not killed the Chinese left more than 3000 for its mission the liooming of that sing for as when we because immortals dead and dying in and around tint portion of the state in a matrimonial town All the enemys war material way was captured The tow n caught tire Tin Usual tine Bccsed for violating EXPENSIVE TRIFLES during the light and liefore night was the local option law in Fleming ounty Fleas llmiks Iliamoml Iruwr Knj old burned to the ground is iem MamisiTis lien Nodsu has In en promoted to eh niio r is being circulated at The most costly piH- - in the world is the rank of maxshal Oweushoro asking Gov Frown to par that used by tne shah of Ier ia when The Central News correspondent ill don K Fee Callea who was recently be smokes upon certain state occasions shanghai says that the Chinese are convicted of forgery and senteno It is incrusted from the top of the making great preparations to defend the penitentiary for two years in that Km mosr against the expected lanfling bowl to the amber moutlioieee with city Many names are being signed to s liani of the Japanese moii - and pearls a the petition V March The Japa siiiiro W IIkv J the other Â¬ The most valuable lound book in the nese legition has received the follow ngiit tendered his resignation as p world is tin- ilcoiew Bible now kept in ing dispatch continuing the capture of of the Walnut Street Baptist the library of the Vatican at New hwang Japanese army cap- Oc ensooro and it wasaccepteed church Rome Within the last half rj tured open port of KewChwang March congregathas rouble baa been brewf rich lew s have fi All the roreigners tire safe ing for sime timS over some senss iffcred 103000 for it liurtieci to lealli al sermons of the Sam Jones order The mostvaiuable manuscript in tiie Il i isii iaii March 11 John A preached by Rev Holtclaw and two United states la mat of the original Sweeay lost his life Bad his wife reago the deacons requested his llook of Mormon which is now kepi in ceived probably fatal injuries by the weeks resignation He declined ko do bo un vault of one of the Kichn lie burning of their house 00 Henderson less the request came from the congrehanks It is in the possession fa street Allegheny early Sundav morn- Â¬ gation The congregation sustained family by tiie name of Whitmer ing Sweeay came home drunk and th- deacons lave been offered 5100000 in gold for went upstairs to bed leariag his wife s postmasters appointed ti Foi I by the Salt Lake faction of the Mor asleepoa the first floor At oclock Tifton Kiii nek I ktero Woodford counshr Cburch noii she detected tiie odor of smoke and The largest sumever asked or offered going to her husbands room found ty vice F M Ferryman resiguod ore Mc airland Wowel K or a sinmd was the lamp overturned and the room in a county vice rW T Cooper resigned tvhich the prince of Hyderabad India blase She repeatedly attempted to Silas F Met Bullitt pai i for tiie Imperl drag Sweeny to the stairs but was un- county vice rocklia Solitude resigned Joseph Ilovd The two most costly prayer rugs ia able She was burned before Jessie F Gnagh West Plains o aves he Orient tire those mi le specially for she abandoned the attempt and to W Morris resigned he shah of Persia and tiie sultan of save he- own life leied from a win- county vice Gba LhK in Montgomery county Turkey Each is bordered with dfav dow The Bremen dragged Sweeay noniisaiid pearls and valued at f2jOU- - out hart lie died in a few minutes Bad Grassy Creek in M rgan county in handling Mrs Sweeny inhaled the Itsmn and are sometimes confounded the mails for the respective points OB The most valuable modern painting was terribly burned s Meis oniers account of the similarity of the names 1814 which was sold Honors for Ilsniir k A petition is being circulated at ti to a frenchman a few years ago for a Â¬ Fommin March U The Berlin correLick asking that the name of that post um equal to 17000- 0- Kt Louis Re-spondent of the Daily News nays he office lsp changed to Grassy jublic hears that in order to prevent the A i with the electric light spectacle of the reichstag holding company at Owensboro for lighting CONDENSED NEWS aloof from the celebrations iu honor the city expires in a fee weeks and of the anniversary of the birth of inthered Iruiu All Tarts of the World by Prince Fismarck tiie Easter rscem of the new plant which was to have been built and operated by the citv when 1 elciriih the hoi m- - wiU begin on March n thus the old contract expires has not been Henry Fcvcrich at the head of Irn 1 extricating the members from an em begun The people want to know st reefs agency is dead at New Or- Â¬ barrassing situation It is the inten- ve hat tnc city is going to do aboat it leans of Finteror William to confer exÂ¬ as the old company will not likely care tion V K Ferrys child ceptional honor on the old chancellor to furnish light unless they arc to be fell in a pond near Owens horo Ky The rip In Kurope given a renewal for a long period and was drowned FoMiov March 11 The Standard A si iihVK is on foot to organize sevFt Wayne Inch was without nat- Â¬ from St Fctersnurg savs that iaftaeaaa eral Kentaeky and Tennes ee towns ural gas Saturday on account of a there Iocs not abate in virulence into a base ball league of a dozen or break in tiie main pipe Among those who arc prostrated by more clubs The Hopkinsville Base Vice IVcsident Stevenson delivered a the diseas is M Muravieif ministerof ball association is interested in the lecture before the students of the law justice A dispatch from Hemic to the movement aud has already decided department of Center college Danrille Standard says that the pope has to open a park in that city this year granted a dispensation from fasting Ft sions were issue the other day Ky on parliamentary procedure during lent in the dioeese of Rome as follows Original Abraham Swcatt Irobably lie half of the bills pa - Paradise ow ing to the wide prevalence of intluMuhlenberg county Thad in Kansas this winter have failed to redcus Williams York lireenup county ceive- the governors signature within enza at Colt Smctalncd John F Rigaay Hubble Lincoln counthe statutory limit and are therefore March 11 The Ohio ty ReisMte Richard A Thompson Col I mii s held invalid National guard military commission Original Brentwood Green county Dr Albert Dietrich a resident of by liov McKinley to inquire widows etc Dearer since 1873 is dead from tho appointedshooting of certain citizens at Graves county Eva Jones Farmington effects of a dose of laudanum taken into the Washington C 11 by Ohio troops under M li U M San probably with suicidal intent lro command of Col Alono IS Coit while ford his Miieinv nas sold to miles north country hyme four longcd spree defending a Negro prisoner from being This place is one of the Besides paying France ample eom lytic lied sustains Cat Coit Gov Mc of Fminence in tiie state am Mr finest homes pCUHation for injuries to French sub- Â¬ Ivinley has indorsed the repcirt Moody has occupied it for many years jects and submitting serai al questions Tax Big Sandy valley is a held of Ilis laM Drunk to spa for arbitration San Domingo YotisTow O March 11 Henry traele that is being very hotly fought will bike steps to satisfy the demands over at preseut by commercial trav- Â¬ Qnailley a well known iron worker of the French national honor while staggering home Sunday morn- elers The Italian government has decided J F Aikman of Tuckahoe was to give medals and Hags to the victori- Â¬ ing under the influence of Uqaar was ous trcKips iu Italys east African terri- Â¬ struck by a train and instantly killed kicked oa the leg by a horse and the tory Bad to name the four succcssf ul Qaaillny had been warned to keep limb was badly broken 1000 MwTlN county will issue battalions the eoniuvrors of Agordatf away from the track worth of lionds for the purpose of re Â¬ Corel Koelerry to Resign of Kassaia of Coatit and SenaCc The St James deeming outstanding bonds already A convention loNiMiv March of North Alabama fanners met at Florence Ala Satur Â¬ Gazette says The rumor gains ground due Jxmkh PBTFT who resides several day to form a branch of the American that Ford Roseberry will seek health ottongrowers1 Irotcctive association and re t by resigning his office which miles from Hopkinsville ami is now 7 years old and Mrs Hester West aged and to inaugurate a movement for the he is unable to hold without friction redaction of the cotton crop in that and whleh is no longer very congenial 70 years were united in marriage at the home of the bride near Kirkmans to him section Jaines Stamp the grooms best ville An engine on th tieoafis railroad something Wrong- In Egypt FoNooN March 11 The Daily News man is a widower for the second timcA freight train from Atlanta to Augusta The his first wife having been a daughter broke loose from the tender near BurÂ¬ eorresioiKlent in Cairo says of Mr Payty and his second wife the nett Ira and Walter Hackney the army maneuvers have been abandoned fireman who was in the act of step- Â¬ It was considered inadvisable to move daughter of Mrs West Mam Joan C HatkKS suffering from ping from the engine to the tender the Uiitish troops in view of the presthe grip leaped intoa poad nearSpotts fell and the entire train parsed over ent disquieting rumors villc and wax drowned him killing him instantly Steel Mill Became Tax state inspector and examiner is Attachments were issued directing Fa March 11 The tiKiiKM the sheriff to arrest Wm Halpin ami largest steel mill of the Bethlehem notifying the bankers of the state that all deposits unclaimed for five years Wm II Gray the members of the jury Iron to will resume operations Monin the Strauss damage ease against the day on a lOOO ton order for a ticorgia escheat to the commonwealth At the recent term of the Logan cir- Â¬ West Chicago Street Railway who railroad Fifteen hundred workmen cuit court tive prisoners were sentenced confes ed in affidavits to proeurina a will be given employment to the penitentiary for hog stealing mistrial under promise of Kxploaion at Toledo O They were all colored froin the agents of the company O March 11 An explosion ToiKixi Tn trustees of the town of Marion a travel otto ntiker of Toledo Monday morning blew out the have ffixed the tax rate at M cents on ing salesman for the Pictorial Printing at whole front of the High and Manual the lxi Drug stores at that point Co of Chicago committed suicide in training which is now burn- have heretofore oeen charged a la the latter city by shooting himself ing Io sschoolbe about S20G0 will of 500 for selling liquor but the trus efNo reason is known Among tiie Ild Not Fire on Our Klap tees reduced the license their fects of the dead man was a note for March II Officials of the last session Mciu the coroner aving There is no need is abso British litigation state there Sam Tshfr eolorMl shot and killed for an inquest or an investigation lutel no truth iu the reports of the Heurv Knox colored in a ctowded Sniiuel ICobinson from Ietersbunr Â¬ I neighboiTioid on Green street Louisbecame violently tiring on an American vessel by a BritThe murder ville using a insane ren 0 Robinson is a ish ship Cant Have tormeici was in cold blood and the wrong man rig woman involved e- a Fakir March 11 i be was killed ire at New t aatie whieii ciarei that Beithe if Hartshorn tho hoed there to the Britain will perm The Pythagoreans held that the sea a ialaud of Fon v as lol i by axon of the KnxaoXi father of Zeus According to lei Hebraic tradition the ocean ll Ton are lea vLog us early Mr i to walk from originally a great body of fresh Broun Sandy Ridge three but which was made s V s Mrs Park and I am very sorry ing to abundant team of the fallen n must leave but n tie fell uni f Buddhists b such a pleasant time this evening found into a sno wife i that is to say the T had made ement anotl Her record several hours late v hieh was once the wife of tho humble Harpers Bazar doubtful gentleman named aliothe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Herein fVC SC IW V SI Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 A JAP VICTORY Â¬ Â¬ i -- I 7- - I Â¬ 1 I Â¬ e Like the English millionaires those of the czars domains mostly derive their revenues from lamled property While ays the New York Tribune the Briton however devotes a large part of his gross income toward improv- Â¬ ing his possessions and tej the ameiior stion of the lot of his tenants iu one nay or another the Russian on the other hand eatlBCBS every farthing that as can from ins property and speads it upon himself the result being that agriculture ix Fussia is going faxa bad to worse that formerly fertile Bad productive estates have now becoase barren and impoverished and that while the peasantry are in a stale of misery liordering on famine the nobles themselves have been obliged to mortgage or sell their lands ami are at tiie etiel of their financial tether Of course there are nneai optionsuch as for install the VonnoupoXTs he Iiemidoffs anil the Sehercmitieffs The A alrh of the llemidoffs is s rsst that it is beyemd ea illation ami strangely enough the fortune is of relatively recent ercaC n its founder having been a country blacksmith in the days of IVte Great It was while traveling in the Ural mountains that the latter broke one of his most valuable English piste iK village smith me nded quickly and so well that the zar was delighted and asked the mans name Temidoff slwll remember yu I he said he as he rode off piior man nas lie ginning to think that Peter had forgotten him when there came an official document adorned with the imperial seal granting him the fn ehobl of a great tract of crown land in the neighborhood of the- viUage Demierloff went to work on his new property and found there inexhaustible tuiiiesof iron Young Elim silver and malachite he1 does not near in Russia Demidoff the Italian title of prince generally prefKcd to his name by foreigner present moment the richest man in the world Princess Yonsonpoff with hergrcattureiuoise mines eeoaaiap in rank Fortunate ly both of them are more free handeel and generous than their respective immediate pre sors as head of the family th- late n atole Demieloff and the late Prince You smipofT having been alike renowned for their meanness and avarice of which tdinost incredible stories arc relatt d Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - I Warning to Expectant i eeacy Mothers I I i rim kirta etc and ej to reioilate mi a Wiaallna Coaunon aaam shiull ttv haiv xmu th inrnv jjamtioa adapt Pa ftilr ano Shortec Labor aa sinu ioO MENSTRUAL DISORDERS j- - lKs t hi- cootrar- 1m miv-rn- r t W ii i r l S THE MOTHERS FRIEND BRAOFIELO ATT 1WTA REGULATOR tlAk COMPANY I MMfM fMfMCM WLDouclas CI CllAE sai h rT 3 r XflBCORDOVAN ii waiiiin m IS THE BEST A KING i jtfMP FlMCMtKAxwaat 3SIOLICE3 50LE5 EXTRA FINE- - 2iB0Y3Saaxia LADIES SEN0 l W L Douglas Over One Million People wear the k BAO C KTOrCMASS UUUbiUAM FOR CATAL36UE 3 All our shoes are equally satisfactory rney lve tne Ieet alue lor the i Thev equal custom hoea In and i nir weinns qitauttn are u The Drices are uniform From i to ft wccJ over other 4 Shoes tle i li your dealer - cannot supply yon we can bold by jack rasa at Art Richmond Ky Garnett House Saloon etor Pure Whiskies Brandies As tli gallon I liave errili have In I Wines c THE MARKETS IN 1 1Ioiiiw INN TI Ml cnacel the ci who Â¬ fa itlnl - 1 Â¬ si WBXAT B I I10in JeXeUH tarsrti laawtfaaajaj eet 40 ji -- Â¬ OtMM N car at nnxeil No 44 swawaaawaaaiBwie I i in sacks lit titliAHIEV N WTiE Mark Kte In f u rommoi Hoo e icocici Â¬ Mai lUgll - I Â¬ s Htac extras common to ami f tAMi- - Poor Health means so much mof than ryou imagine serious and fatal diseases result t tritlin ailments neglected Dont plavwith Natures r vrreatest nft health j Brm - KAITIMc May i - WiirAr - Ne H 3 n t pi hi Vnrch oaac eiiie a ne white western P n j Kir Will No New VHk - Browns BABIET- 160c f ii b I No aXseS Nori Iron Bitters - hue wheee SaSajaK three-year-o- ld No MlHtJlc Clrv itnr aaaradaij mix Â¬ Out wcstcrti ami wrsi rtr T He No - e u t taft its I state Â¬ xTaxai July N - n Tor r It Cures Dyspepsia Neuraljrii Kidney and i Troubles Bad Blood Lier in good butchers fair liithi st pis iii me Market firm an Constipation I Cattle Prim in PlTTSBt HH March I 156 H i aaj r Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints irir - t li is Â¬ M2B roexh tat KLtitj ommna sxtra fair lieJO r rA tjmtn WC W Hos 4 Mo ifooci to fair Yorkers and purs Baxxr Export ire the l 1 1 xaxxtxfxatxaVvAVaAy len Bcautitul jtMi Fair View a anil book- bddwn rnpy sr11ta rn rairrc un w w VIS 1st NVrtCim AmAJ 1 ronimon 75 rui lambs axsaBSJa CATTir H -- t sih5 ami tcst lambsi S50 i cr common to fair lanes N Y March lower ii inlxeil p - orhe I Ml XMeXSBBX lvll BrrrAio ii Mlic fl I tlCIHi Iambs i SHEBP AMI fAMliS Mire p Â¬ wrthc 7S ash nucttions WlBSSff itcnte spriDit patents tXtli 3 VI N eprlnc wheat No 3 spnni wheat nominal Me rcit 55c- No J corn lie- Nu 1 - veilow No Jwlncorn CJ o No Se No 3 white 31 iri3Pi- No 1 ryes u ic nil 7H3S fSJ Xloa aio Mir it City Property FOR I SALE I have a Fine New Kcilence situated on Btejaclwiy and some very No 1 INIHANAPIIJS Mar h k CATTLX Good to choree steers michiim aessfXi H jt 75 common hart IM fllft BOU9 Good H to -- choice ocmI hea mixed lishts t HI t Dismvu LOTS Â¬ - on eliffereiit streets in the liest neighbor hoods in town A o litmses ami bsjUk cirtiers Aho 0ts suitable lut I i very Stablets Mule Sheds Stock Tens or Manufactories or further description call on H IOUt Â¬ Â¬ iie- - In CORNER SALOON Â¬ Â¬ Fi KNOWLEDGE Brines comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when ritrhtly usel The many who live bet in otliersi and enjejy life more with lei exnditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the neeeds of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced In the Figs Fcme Its excellence is doe to its presenting in the form most acceptable sad pleas ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfeect lax- ly cleansing the system headaches and fevers ano permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to million- - and met with profession because it acts on aeys Liver and Bowels without v eniug thm and it is perfectly tree from olo iniailsnrir orv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ri Is located on the corner of First and Irvine streets They have 14 year old An- Â¬ derson countv and home made wh ages rresh beer dailv from th- and kinds of Wines Brandie and Waters and can Iurnlsh any amount from a spoonful to five gallons at lowest pi at the bar or your bugy or send it to your house That fine big good looking polite John Mershoa will wait on Â¬ - 1 30U with pleasure L 17 Â¬ T WILSON Prop CM Ii COPYRIGHTS WI OUT PTFXTf IN A 1 W form - - W r xrrttaee atsal atfMt la the xmtvnt Ixxxl 1Q omti ba- nxoxitViUuftl 0A fxx9ltS xXESt A - ComwRmtB ilaiefiaok aWdaaaaW axTT - 1 tl t CmtkMgmm frtv - I ttiiu Mr aiin- - bote trying a new typev ho has happened in and rt fwt axs arts tiie twentuar ft Tilts - 1 he ph4i i aixt nh t9 I in the emerald palace of the cupbearers and m from ring jsevmove this m that er salt until Moses er breaking the ta- iame 8yru wfasl vou i ambling frfxp Us m catches a Leis eW to- - r keep he USOWATs a THE CLIMAX rUHllHHM I VALF II KVEKV VRIINE8UA T Tho Climax Printing IV Co KK liiVi IKK niilr YKAR FUICK 150 ADVXBTISXKO HATES I li a sentence of Ave yeans impt imminent ami a fine of five thousand dollars for law complicity in flic recent Hawaiian rebellion In view the blood thirstinens shown in her refusal to piouiine amnesty to her re lielliois subjects aud rim to foreigner who took a hauil in overthrowing her kingdom she ha irot off rather easily When the new iovernuient hag been rniasd by the etviltand world the tune r aajcatiaajiag the meant adopted t accomplish their ends hat passed il hoiill hae Ital enough horse sense to iu that after the I nited Stater- hait dulv recognised th existing itovernuient haooaJJ not look m tliis direction for substantial aid nor comfort I - Qmm il got a at all That is my feet are growing old but my heart thumps and bangs around as young re if ever was Thats the horrid part of it If all of me grew old together I could Invar it better But I think I too should like to have a grand child to hold iu my arms Its hugging the babies that keeps us freh and a womans heart at my age longB as devoutly and legitimatelv for a grandchild as ever in younger days it cherished the thought of maternity Picks reply was not long iu coming Hicks replies never were long in com Â¬ Â¬ and distribute thewpplications print and prepare the patent w hen granted prepare copies of drawings record assignments and attend to the inauv outside duties arising in carrying on the work of the office Although their work is interesting and important it cannot be here more fnllv indicated The value of the patents grauted by the nited States tiovern uient deiicnds largelv iijn the skill and exierience of the Fxaminers I Â¬ WASMNUT0S -- LETTER otrr iKnidtnl nig was de lighted to receive your atreal little note am bearim mv new honors with much dignity Should you ever reach the age antl responsibility of becoming a grand mot Iter just amble along at your natural gait do just as you always have done anil iioIkmIv will ever know the differ eucce This is the advice of a fellow who has tried lieing a grandpapa for a mouth and knows what he is talking Well yes a little Amlgrav about but you wouldnt know it across the street My arms are getting a little short for reading except in good light When the light is bad I put on a pair of re friaaajp Nothing the matter with my eyes hut its eisier on my arm not having to hold it out so straight I You complain don t stoop worth a cent of voiir feet not keeping np with the juvenility of your heart Well dearie when I tried to play a game of baseball on the Fourth of Inly I found that it was my legs that wouldnt keep an through nine innings with my juvenility I made a record mi five innings as a sprintei all the same but for a week afterwards I didnt sprint even a little bit Hereafter I am going to make my juvenile heart keep pace with my underpinning or put a checkreiu on it Harerea liazar My tlear - enlat he wrote 1 1 4 6 oo o oo 6 oo 9 oo A WITXEMb TELU9 HOW HK H 11 WHFN HISNKCK WAS BROKEN AMI HIS SKILL FKC- - TIRED I IIMt 15 March Hvatt went on tin witness statu todav antl toll how he felt when his ueck was Hyatt was run down by an lroken electric car and according to the doctors suffered the lollowiii injuries His neck was broken his skull fractured his shoulder and thigh dislocated his cervical vertebrae shattered his Merno i lcido iuasttT1 uiucslc disrupted and he was itklainl al I iscmrii WKDSKSD Y makcii iii li is II rMH hand 1 1n- 1mh A MN liter I lit Imus oI ntuiJn on Itamniera niv and Mt thr jtiti- - generally disabled Instead of dying as every one es iftBM to in hi pans- - Hctel Hyatt wore his neck in a sling in ti Mtikc I P7W The rnanera lot several months and is now able to I IV 1IUII appeal in court and press his claim for lltVHklllL MUO tiamages with a teller tail His heat grew aa There M crooked and is now slightly turned to side He can not move his head in any way He suffers intense pain con t it irin Clcnvillc Ali Mb Mantly and finds iclief oulv when lying Imi v itiei-lotir- r In Mr n liii and -I Dun t home lam- nana attend a Mi v down I AY When tin il lumed tin I Ill HI NTVs TW FINK Id imhHoI Nls AJTJttVED INCLK SAMS PATENT sib U - litlittle siiire Frank liraves and Mr lames follllttll Wilkerson arrived yesterday morning at llollHllppoM d til oclock from thattaiiooga bringing I be children merc banned with them the two tine bloodhounds which they were coiiiinissioiieil to pnr lor the coiuitv to e used bf the - in tracking and capftiriug criminii- Foley ii will llolll f - W Wits - ersnille v II i al-la and then look which bin hi tin- ml li Hie had lot hmim- - beta tunc and n llsitu at Harm ii mt Ilioll- until on 4 to da tli in mi o lio tli n II tin- irjrelv vvctc 1 1 v I iMoid IllltllllU lit Kv til and H HI iie Hale lelllber Adam- t i ol Nil on lltioot md vv III md on him I Ile dogs which are aliit Is months Id were ptirchased iroin Mr seotnB D Utrnes tinted States Maishall of that each ami Smirei raves says that it was with extreme reluetauce that Mi Barnes sui tendered Ins canine treasures ha iutr beooaac very much at tacheil to them The dogs are BO piattered at the jail and are liciiig cared lor lv Mr Wiikersoii and are ready for duly whenever the occasion demands The logs will be riven a public trial I this afternoon oclock An ar luenl has been made to have a off ered man statt somewhere on Kast Main street about oclock this ntoriiHiL and take a circuitous route out tlirough the countv inikin- - I verv crooked and ittii nit tail and finally climb a tree in oidi to In- se ure from an attack from the billies The dogs w ill lie put on the nail betereea 3 and i odack and will be followed by geutleuieu on horseback dogs were given trial in before their betaa purchased and succeeded with unerring certainty in i iin ling up their man The brutes have beea well trained and in order to - given show what they can do will aiiotlni trial lutci on in the week by iuakina trial down Mam atreal through row led the iiirtfst att of the street alut Â¬ I Chat-Lino-v- a Iress rinisript miiiigtHi i t Illl MHd AT id GKAIMSt IV light ot graining to rauk among the line arts seems to have been Buttled al the iteifl annual convention at Mleniovvn of the Ieniisv Ivania Assisja War- lioii ot Master lions IM o Iainters and Mi- lohn Smet hurst read tot tailing to lieoialois daring a pajHi on the siibje t and with a tine turnpike soiii showed what he thought t its n Baakia iu particular ailing tradn buskin rath graining a sham he said but Luskin isasham himsell Wliv mi i Aim i a iiiNsii i d should we believe this man who nas never painted a panel or iving grained a d ir Mr John Sinethurst on he Nebtaska ingi d the lxvs to go to work and earn lie and his wi an honest dollar a thing John buskin Midi all of whom had never done 111 his life I am i noting from the afaenri report at the All the children were W decide again but it must not be forconvention in the trade organ Painting gotten that there has been an almost enall are lam lil and lecoraling but it was not only Tl tire change in the personnel of the court i iils fat the author and uon grauiiig since that decision was made Imnville is an artisi that Mr John sinethurst showtsl There is considerable seculation aliout Very lew vegian ntempt Among other things lie Civil Service Commission excepting graduates ot colleges or techni- that monetary conference which is as yet l lll llTY It isex Any fellow can Ik- a lawver or a cal schools pass the examinations and only among the probabilities cleigv man but ii ih widelv different for the last ten years nearly everv man pectod that the call for it if issued at all Il H e voimg man who appointed has been fresh from active will come from Germany It will lie enwith anything that is worth knowing dav- - at Henri inaikedlv so with this art of grainiug studies The AjnnaBntai Naval Academy tirely discretionary with President Cleveand guilty of murder A man must have an artistic passionate has furnished more men lor the examni land whether lie accepts the invitation lhis rpsthan anv othei school although for this country to participate hut there a new trial or nature and a love al the lieautiful Tiieic is no shorthand mefked of making Yale Corneli the Liiiveisity of Michi- is no reason to doubt his acceptance It Med III the tolllt ol Ap- gan and the Winchester lolytechuic is not certain that the three eemaafa vernoi int rieies with a grainers Some forty sioners to lie selected by the Presitient Fheie is no master that ever lived lusiiiiite are not far behind Mlilallou that he will siretch hemp American colleges in all are represented will lie named until the invitation for IW III Mlllll soU oat plovidcs on that can delineate anything more lieanti Tenure of office is regarded as sure w hal the conference has bceu issued and ac this crime Iiidge nor lul than an ak nnaai If I were to talk cepted The six commissioners named all day on the U an lies of graining I ever the aafttka of the administration ln Hung ti nanattf Fxaminations as to rules and decisions by the Senate ant House Senators i oiild not descrilie them leteriiiine whethet As my readers know this is not the ot the Commissioner and various courts Jones of Ark Teller ol Col antl Daniel I ginllv and th a antl Representatives Crisp of lirst time that the artistic claims of iiin piestions regarding patents are of In lc is httle doubt but graining have leeii advocated in high held every year or two and each crson Georgia Culliertson of Texas antl Hilt what the murderer of Missting will pay places from Pennsylvania but never enteiing the examination is afterwards of III are with the exception of Mr nt for this Ins given a printed list of couietitois ar- Hilt all silver men bafnre so ciuvinciugly Assurcdiv range in the order of rearft The pro Secretaries iresham and Carlisle were nrener or later we shall hear of the a lnotion follows this list afaaaal uniformly much disappointed at lieing prevented at III Vv AS TOO OKI IHintment of a professor of itraiiiiug MtbcHlate university I If he fitness Removals for pntith ll purposes are prac the last minute by iuiiortant official On an aveiaee about business from accomvanyiug President enaai with the ad ol Mr SmtliurKt to occupy the chair ticallv unknown thcie can lie no reasonable doubt Art ten Fourth Assistant Esareiaava are aj Cleveland on his hunting and fishing naantoi each year to till vacancies caused trip puichasel frrm them Amateur for March by resignation r deathb The exiin II ir in an insliiee Ilor the lliiniv iumg force is the great school of trainKoWlMioLH woiiiau bad handsome Beanina nt FlantU ing far patent attorneys or agents After liti prex nted to ber with the head Oh HriU PMMattl land The wind was blowing pleasantly iu a lew ycaisij oliii e work and a course S II III Fprpnircii I do- i jis al the win low of a reanj where an of law in one of Washingtons IM hi p bare it mad into a lw evening iitiirr Mini - un ever hand elderlv lady sit at her desk onreMng the law schools the yaojagexaaaiawr iaVmea si il closelv lti jTltl letters which the mail had bionglit her to offers or ready to start iu for himself nitiiul skin isnt il But I promised to tell your readers of remarked The ladys hair was white antl vvavv The scientific library to aid the ex- our orange culture and so I will First voiuan le shopman Choose high dry rolling hut I around her temples and it was an atMic aminers iu their work contains 65000 the location don think von have H light kind of tioti to iier artistic eve that the knot at volumes and has an tile six hundred pine land or hammock with a yellowish the luck of her head was uudeiiiahlv technical magazines a Im a In limes past area sulisoil Avoid flat palmetto or gall U tli visions would keen up to date with licrry land as uitist of t plied the w an as il bap- - blown This contrast seemed to her a these are undertype also of her life the brown hair their work while others would lag from J laid with hard Ike kind thai anf on it sandstone mixed with lending her auxiuiagiiiatioii ami aspirat- two to fourteen mouths behind This oxide of iron U it will a Ueiahl Die land must lie cleared ion- which the gray would never let her caused crpelual wonder among invenof all trees fenced ami well broken up i mi im out im The silver strands seemed tors as to why some applications would It is then sowed in cow peas which ever L ding her liack like silken threads go through so juickly while others were some turn under win n This in bloom iihlishfd lv union idied her last letter there fell unexamined for many mouths Manv is frequently done even after the grove WY out tare cards am liearing the name of an attorney has had work taken out of is doing is again well Trees are usually set at hand and as usual is a cstly and fire James Tut kiugton Carroll and the his hands baanaae a rival had hapix ned thirty to thirty five feet a part dig holes hands publ iti n ol great interest other a tinv Old tied to the hinre one to tile an application relating to an art three feet in diameter and eighteen lo all wh love aM uitcreated by a white ribbon ben ired FMith kept an to date At present for the inches deep and till up with top soil to in --Middling Tins annual catalogue is tuck burton Carroll first tiineiu fifteen years the work of the retain the moisture The tree when set My the largest and BMBn aanaaV Now said the lady aloud Mis entire otliee is kept within one month of out must lie fully an inch above the iiibhcatious of the kind in this Carroll never sent me that Nobody but date The Patent Office receives about natural level of the land Pack the soil eOUIttl n It offerK aeverul her father would have thought of me ttliUHi applications each vear and ofu in- nmnH nU i -- r -llll uuu I should ba interested in hearthe Yick Pick knew upon auoiit seventy live per tramping down gently aud the tree is ioiaoiv mI colors and ing of his giandchild dear old Iick cent of them set titrating chryaanthemuiiis in sue and And this sent the white haired ladys All patents are issued rain or shine Cultivation must lie frequent and hen there is the thoughts back along the vista ot years unset holiday or otherwise upon Tuesday and shallow and trash not allowed toaccimni- is ami a new H v rnuiii of great alas how many when ber hair was are given regular ntiiubers in their proiier late about the trunk Tight plowing laulv The icks have a new 8 all blown and she and Hick had passed so order The present series w hich was and rnL intr afuint trees is safest hich is distinctly a double Howt many happy days together both so oegnn in is lias just passed Mr James Mott of rlaudo says there and Hh v are taking v4es uih ii a sehi- - young and houyant Copies of all patents are kept in st k are as many different ideas of oultiva iialf a dozen which Hick dear she wrote yon sent mt and will be sent to any one who dearer ting oranges here in Florida as planters leenregei-l-- l The votes get a this card I know ami it was good of you them at a uniform price of ten cents Manv of our oianlevs uv Ar cfMMteeof winning several prizes in cash but how do yon like being a grandfather ach Positively no credit isiriven manv the reverse Fertilizing is a i lor the best guesses at the numlier of You did not in the least look like aranA side from the scientific examining porUnt question Our soil is lacking in favorite will get The Guide lather when I remember you Are you corps tliere are some three hundred humus and otash U ten cents by wait but Uiis price is gray Do you like growing old Dick 4 lllelnlmniiil fh clad from the fret order for reeds Im grow lag old too and I dont like it Patent Office Their duties are to receive Tm rrK stream naKing Krwaer nil i K I I I Ilr I evv people who obtain patents have any idea of the practical routine of the office which grants them their coveted document guaranteeing protection for seventeen vears iu the enjoyment ol their invention The present Latent Ofltee building which cost something like three million dollars was liogun in and the last wing completed iu time for holding the Lincoln inaugural ball Itshelteis the MM clerks of the Latent ttllice force alioul KM Law Unare clerks and the neraonaj force of the N cretarv of the Interior reare two hundred iu niimUr The inestion of making the Latent utiie w hotly indes ndent of the Interior Iepartment has long been agitated To day in its work it is practically so The Secretary it is true aaawanti all the cleiks but only iimiii the recommenda tion of the Comuiissionei of Patents and apoals are taken from the Coiiunm ioners decisions not to the Secretary but dircctlv- - to the courts According to the first pateut la v the jliestion of gianting patents was decided bv taw Secretariat of State and War and the Altornev teneral and the document was signed by the Lrewdeut Iu Is J the office was foimed as a bureau of the state Hcpaitment and the law provided lor a Comiiiisioiicr one examining clerk throe othci clerks a messenger and a machinist A few vears later this bureau was tiansicired to the Intel ior Deaeataaant At the present time there are in the examining corn of the Latent tHin nboat two huudr d neonit As ore svs tcm laajnjnH the patent to be a Inferably certain guarmitv both as to practical utility and as to novelty it is necessai v that every nreajhta teht of invention should have its own expert The examining lone is classed in thirty four divisions each having its leguiar line of inventions and its pioia of experts and each division being entirely independent of all others and arbitrarily granting or relnsing patents in its ow n line In a h examining division there are from four to six Assistant Fxaniineis and each assistant has his regular branch or sulHlivisiou of the work ne man may make a life long study of gas engines another of photographv a third of a particular branch of meUllurgv etc The chief of the division is called the Lriutipal Examiner and his salary is 2otM The assistants rank as 1st 3d d aud 1th assistants and their salaries lange from 51 ihi to H300 Admission ia obtained to the farce as Fourth Assis taut Kxamiiier after passing a stecial technical examination in charge of the Â¬ Â¬ Washington l C March B IWL The new silver party was launched this week by the executive committee of the Li Metallic League together with the suggestion that ea Ftepresentative Sibley of Pa who was elected to the Fifty third Congress as a Democrat aud who gained an unenviable notoriety by blackguarding a Democratic President in one of the dirtiest speeches ever made on the Moor of the House and who lie came an avowed Populist long before the expiration ol his term should lie the nominee of the in vv party for the Lresi denev Sibley was given this distinction solely because he has money and is willing toamred it Asa matter of fact there is everv reason to bafaaaa that the new so called silver party is nothing more than a move to compel the Republicans to nominate a Presidential candidate who if not personally favorable to silver will at least piomise to sign a fret- - silver bill if he is ele ted ami Congress passes one during his term Thats why a candidate was suggested instead of nominated It was this suspicion hat the new party is ineiciy intended to lie a tail to the next Republican National Conven tion that has prevented such pronounced silver Democrats re Bland of Mo and Bryan of Neb endorsing it They and the silver Democrats generally believe it unwise for I democrats to join a new party at this time and exjiect that the platform of the next Dcmocuitic National Couvcniioii will show the wisdom of that belief Representative Newlands of Nevada is to lie iu executive charge of the headquarters of the alleged new party which are to be established in Washington Mr Sibley let the cat out of the hag when lie Slid that if the Repub licans would nominate Senator ameroii for President the American bi Metallic party- - thats the name of the new party would siiport him Theonlytwo Senators identified with the new part arc Jones and Stewart of Nevada both of vv bom are devoted friends bi Cameron It looks like the Cameron party was the right name lor it Hon V C tiear one of the five Dem ocratic members of the Ohio State Senate is in Washington He has this to sav of the political situation iu his State The uuterrified Democracy of the Buck eye State have never yet been dismayed and will le found fighting with all the old time aggressiveness when the next campaign is inaugurated I very much desire to see lion Paul J Surg the nomi nee of oar party for governor He is the strongest candidate that could lie put up and if then- is a possibility of Democratic success it is with Sorg to lead the ticket His German descent makes him popular with the Teutonic voters His standing with the laboring eople is the highest Paul Sorg has proved his friendship for the woikingniau in the most practical A large employer of lalior he has way uevei cut down wages and his business has not reBered from strikes The Ohio Republicans are ranged in hostile facti us and if the bitter feeling between the parttanaaof Foraker and McKinley con tinues to grow in intensity there will be I gieat chance for Democratic victory The mart is happy to welcome an old ac iiiaiutance in a new relation was the rejpmmeoi Chiei Justice Fuller to Attorney General taeya official introduction o Hon Holmes Conrad the new Solicitor Oeneral to the Supreme Court at tb opening of the case involving the constitutionality of the income tax At Attorney General Olney Assistant At torney General Whitney and Solicitor General Conrad are defending the constitutionality of the tax while oamoasd to t hem are a round dozen of the most prominent lawyers in the L nited States The greatest intei est is felt in this decision Aboet fifteen years ago the Supreme Court decided the old income tax to have been constitutional and the impression among laymen is that it will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ plied in the shape of fertilizer of some sort Mr Mott says on common pine laud he would use sulphate of potash fine bone meal and if the trees indicated a want of nitrogen cottonseed meal Mr Mott would not plow under any crop while green and would not clean cultivate his grove He thinks one grower is juite right who gets forest leaves aud oak saplings cut up anil scatters about in his grove ranges are subject to several diseases FooUrut is a most perplexing piestiou It is general soil probably having mnch to do with it Blight has caused much tumble It seems lo lie a wison which the tre absorbs from the ground A tree once afflicted never recovers Die back is also caused by a poisonous soil probably salts of iron One tree has ofteu produced 12000 oranges Budded stocks bear in about A years seedlings in five or six years Oranges are clipied by leaving a little stem to each one The pickers often get liadly thorned Lerhaps some of mv readers do not know that the citrus is a thorny family As stated before nearly 1000000 were lost by the freeze lo the orange growers so I did not see much fiacking this seasou Kach orange is rolled in tissue paper and carefully placed in a Iwx prepaiatory for its journey to the fruit stands of the frozen north Oh how we Crackers love to say frozen north What I have said of oranges applies also to the grape fruit and lemon The pine apple and banana 1 leave for another paper as also the cane Cotton is not grown much in this part of the state We raise potatoes lioth kinds beans peas stjuahes watermelons and anything else any hotcrsectiou can raise Irish Hitatoes are lis iking well I have just worked mine the first time Sweet potatoes are sprouting cassava tea saw vai is planted antl beans are up Tomatoes are nearly ready to transplant Many have watermelons up Some have not yet planted Strawberries were nearly I heard of a all frozen by the last freeze few lieing in Tampa the Sotk ull I wish to speak of Florida as a health resort and I wish to speak in no advertising vein but the plain truth Sudden changes of temperature are seldom known there is little stagnant water or decaying vegatation and the land is swept by ocean breezes continually If you are in the last stages of consump- Â¬ tion stay at home Florida will nt cure you nothing will But our sunshine anil resinous breezes will surely belp those who may have weak lungs The er cent of deaths from febrile disorders as shown by the army reKirts is to 1S7 cases in California to UBt cases The death rate prepared by I S Surgeon Gen Hamuiou is Massachusetts I in each TU persons New York im Â¬ 1 1 CURES SCROFULA BLOOD POISON s 5 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FOR coiiUition ol the BtH- MONO t IthK SlatNATIONAL HANK at Ricllinilllll Kentucky the close of in ucti a Mm of business nf h tSKsii TAYLOR BROS DEALERS IN ItiKs 7 HARDWARE TINWARE AND STOVES A Large Stock Kept Constantly on Hands cures CANCER S THE ECZEMA TETTER BLOOD lioan- - and Discounts Overdrafts necuml ami unsecured Bonds o aecure circulation Premiums on OH HoihIm ftmiiliirc and houseHank hi nxtures liuc from National Hanks mot Ke- serve Aaeiitsi Due from Htiiir lianas nnu naiiHers Duofroiu approved reserve agents Notes of other Nalioiml Banks Fractlnnal paper currency nickels and rents Lawnd Mouev lliwrvi Iu Bank viz aywi Bperla 3notnl Legal Tender Notes Bc ltiiution fund wiili I s Treasurer per cent of circulation i - fl7aj It 17 Snim - mi DU 70HO Farmers 76 50 C Call on Us for Agricultural Implements of all Kinds 7410 B llTli Jl Builders 2iT0 IK Â¬ Total L1ABILITIKS - i7i jam tw We Keep in Stock Everything ware Line That You Need WE MAKE SPECIALTIES 4o j6 106 Main in the HardGUTTERING Â¬ tapitil River Farm For Sole I oflei for sale privately my farm con- Â¬ taining 2o2 acta of land over loo of All of said land n rich which is bottom Said farm is situa- Â¬ and very productive ted on the Kentucky Kiver at the mouth Surplus fund ai ti Undivided profits less expenses and luxes mid nVnt im National Bank notes outstanding I me to other National Banks 171 ss Hue lo Slate Banks and Bankers to check IOHi in Individual dcio-itsstiljc- Mock paid In im F TIN ROOFiNG Street RICHMOND KY Total STATK OT 417S7t HO t Ol NTV OS MVUISON KKNIll KY ss DONT READ THIS If in your wisdom now you see cause to reject adv ice pr eIf money making your motive be read what follows it is the key Ss I J W Caerton President of the aliovc naiucd Itftnk do solemnly wear that the and has a good ahove statement is true to the best of my weather hoarded log house also a good knowledge and belief barn antl yoking orchard and is well wa J W Carmrreat President I also have 150 to 200 barrels of tered Subscribed and sworn to before me tins lllli corn some work mues work cattle and day of March tsiiS Isii W Canaan Jk Notary Public a fine youug saddle mare on sale at the farm Will sell the farm on liberal terms CoRKtCT Altesl 1 IS IRVINK Call on or address mc at the Ct iviax of Directors T S BtT UN AM lice Richmond Ky H Al BUHII T tf TIIOS THORPE Madison RKIuKTof the condition of the at Bank ition l lii the slate of Kentucky at the close the key note to run the bar rooms in the of bUHiness Match ground See of Drowning Creek If you trade with some people they talk sweet as honey But with A Feld it is different he gives bargains for money Come and see the bargains I have by the score Dont miss the place the Cincinnati Cheap Store I am telling the truth from my heart very deep At the Cincinnati Cheap Store youll buy goods verv cheap Itli-h- Ii lloMK SALOONS ol EN IN aan annrnna The First of so called Home Saloons was ofieuetl Tuesday night at iit West Adams street John A Nichol and several ladies acted as assistants to the barkeeper One pretty Miss played the piano while the temperance topers drank Several clergymen droppd in during the evening took their drinks sampled the free lunch and went out With five cent drinks soup and sand wiches are served With ten centdrinks a meal is given Papers and magazines are strewn about and there are several checker and chess boards iu readiness How long will ft be before a card table and a faro bank will be in operation up stairs and the whole mass of the people will become disgusted with barrooms Hurrah for the ladies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mam mtu CHICAGO Willi RtStllKCES IB2S7I 31 ounts 6H77 Sil Overdrafts secured aud unsecured sajaa un t s Bonds In secure circulation s Bonds to secure I S desiis Vim mi l other real etate aud amataanet an k owned Due from National Banks mot ReII HIS HI serve Agents Due from Slate Banks and bankers h 7s mas tu Due from approved icservc agents Note of other National Banks Mai oo fractional paer currency nickels IW and cents Lawful Money Reserve Iu Bank vi7 specie ana ii Ijcgnl tender notes Ii0ii 00 Isn on Treas- Â¬ Redemption fund vvtlli ana t urer w per eenl of circulation loans and dlM Â¬ We were If you in close iptarters for money in eighteen ninety four will trade with A F ld youll have hard times no more 1 These are neither binds nor fakes I am selling goods just ike hot cak Is Dont ask me the reason why But simply come yourself and try Total LIABILITJKs j2i3l n Minnesota Florida 756 1447 Florida in the healthiest state of the sisterhood An- the jMf herih seeker hndelti there The wine of life in it- - pleagaal Mr There is no fountain of life or youth staving off disease People are sick here as elsewhere and the too hut as you see our death rate is low man Â¬ nered with many other places I close with a lew facts and figures from the Stae Health Board And 1 might add we bare a law compelling a reort of each death and birth The marriages are matters of record iu each county But to the statistics IIK v here Tils IN ONI Vo Kl II Fnder all ages I yeartil over Jii population of years total state 961433 births reported in same areata 5 37 marriages reported iu same month 70L birth rate per HUM er annum IB58 r HUM er annum MM death rate deaths by violence II still births 10 Next time I protaire some history and romance or anecdotes A t t vi Kan aarcaaan OLD GRUMBLER Dont ask a man to mail your letters when it is a part of liia nature to forget What is the difference ia slipping up to do so and kissing a girl and kissing a girl and Dont be playful at meals Your fa- then slipping up Lvoritedon will snaji at you while aa is oo anntrinji a Imne There are two new black legs iu Dont aHi ct lnaKctilitic attiiv cigarettes town that are interesting the boys oralnag Men adore femininity oo Dont forget a man wants to lie conFreezing must be purifying as tliere sidered a niau and is not sexless rep- Â¬ seems to lie so little crime ami the peolica Â¬ Â¬ oo i2iiW s Totvi The great sad sore lack in this world HTATK OK KENTUCKY s s to day is not food and raiment l totiuly ol VIhiIisoii It is the Ii rtienaiilt t ashler of the assure lack of faith and courage It reman s for named bank do solemnly swear that the those who have it lo exhibit it and so nlmve statement Is true to the best of mv knowledge aud belief inspire it C D CHKNA IT Cashier Kuliscrtbed and sworn to In fore me this oo 12th day of Marten 1Mb Tlic man or woman who hangs their S P Iieaihkk vol Notary Fublle Correct Attest soul on some other person will some day AK BI US AM come to a river that that person cannot II B MUIMH AM Hirectors WALLKK BENNETT carry them across so look out for vour self TOEIiiKTnf the condition of In Second hi tticmnoiHi i oo In thenationalof Hank Kentucky at the close Slate The most miserable people are gen- of busiuess March s M erally the most selfish HKSUlKCE S oo ts Iians and discount lint 23 Iout knap your sweet smiles for us Overdrafts secured and unsecured iamt im US Bonds to secure circulation We honor you when we see you can lie Due fruui National danks not reserve HRentsi i nj stow them on your own sex IHie from stite banks and bankers im t Due from approved reserve agents Jisl ns Dont try to have a long waist if you Checks and oilier cash ijawi items were born with a short one Men do Notes ot oilier National Banks 7m Ul Fractional paper enrreac nickels not admire a laced figure ami esnta il ij Dnal have your skirt come unfastened 1iwfnl in uey Kestrve in Bank vi so your underskirts show iTjn m We do not Specie l cttai Tender N iles M lno im object to the extravagance of hooks ami Redemption lunil with S Ties II urer per cent of clrctilat ioni 2i5n un eyes Dont keep a man waiting hall an Total hour wheu he calls He will think you LlUiILrrihS tidy only when on exhibition Capital slock paid Iu tJniiimi ini Doat stand in front of a tired man in Surplus fundprofits less expenses avaa m Undivided ami taxis paid lJTII II the street car wheu tliere are empty I National Bank notes outstanding mi seats at the other end line lo other National Banks lUlllJ s MIH ii Dont forget to kee an apnointoient 1 I Mil mi Iieniiiiiil certllleales ol deposit to the minute with a buBincsn man i nue ot iteposii Ttt 25 Dont luiv mans necktie It inav Notes eeriinenteN dlseounted asMl bills re lli ll lt niit him o hnuhimself with your Total aass7i Capital stock in ismum un 7U0IKI 00 Surplus fund Undivided prctits less expenses a in taxes paid is in is National Rank notes outstanding ll oi an Dae toother National Banks 11 ss 7 J si Do to Wats Banks and bankers Iiidivldnal deposits subject to check Jiiil rs NiAnti 44 tinted mates depo its ItljJ 71 DanaatlaafTJ s disbursing oiticers ild The foregoing is true in effect And truth every man should respect For 8 cents I sell you a four ply linen collar And ladies fine shoes at the iow price ot one dollar Ive bargains in jeans pants for gents Worth a dollar and a halt for ninetv five cents It A fine hat for fifty cents worth a doll ir fifty or more The place to get bargains is the Cincinnati Cheap Store You will see men advertise these days a heap dont make them sell goods very cheap Bui still this Now it will be your own fault in this case If for bargains you dont come to this place Please take my word for wluit I have said That you may not regret when opportunitys lied Remember that to do yourself good when you can You must always trade with the cheap bargain man If vou want genuine bargains always go to the right door This is the place A Feld or Cincinnati Cheap Store Ladies after youve read the CLIMAX in Come to the Cincinnati Cheap Store for Â¬ il I -- i shoes in pink ol I llJi Gentlemen Ive lattndred shirts collars And for only fifty cents you have choice I will have more to sav blue and wine something fine at some other lime But a uuarter spent with A Feld saves you a dime Feld or the Cincinnati heap Store is tnv name All come here tor bargains you have a right to the claim A i iJSSJSSSSLii I - HTATK OK KKNTCCKV A FELD Proprietor Cincinnati Cheap Store AGENT FOR JOHN CHURCH CINCINNATI MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS V coi K the alxivt named bank do solemnly swear t tint the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge aud belief R KTIKlKY Cashier Sutiserilad and sworn tola fore me Ibis am day or March Hm John Wt laioKK Ik Notary Public Correct Attest STUNK WVIKEH B CIIKNAI lT rtlmiliia 1 I SS n rv am Madhrmi i K Turley Cashier of CO KD HlARi I ple so uiiiet oo John is talkiug of running Dout talk womaus rights for Govererage man Â¬ to the avAsiiion Jackson Â¬ EPORTol lliecoiilili pii nt the Tai Mate of Kentucky at be close of business aiarcn j iwo KKnoi KCK8 li nysaB2V fi I V Vi -- K Jv- - Ws ft - nor oo When night comes look back antl if you have done nothing count that day a dark one To you it would be better dotted out so far as you are concerned oo The man who does not pay a just dob lar when he can robs himself of ten times the amount iu the future oo It is not wrong to talk about your neighbor when you confine yourself strictly to the truth oo If a man will look at the sun moon and stars he will certainly want to live I MAKUIAUL KULBB t illln Â¬ - Â¬ are one Ut the buslwnd frequent his heme uot the chili la t him assist her iu beautifying the home her not narrate Mrs Next Doors gossip TO OUR READKRS We cannot too strongly urge upon our readurs the iuiportance of haviug a first class high grade monthly home jourial in the household Such a journal is no lonanr considereil a luxury but a necessity hich it is the duty of every mau and wowau to provide for his or her family One of the very best home journals published is The Wonans Health Journal a journal pure bright aud interesting in its literature and iu its special departmeuta helpful alike to every member of the home In additiou to its other features The Womans Health Journal has more thin auy other hom j journal a special ik partnieiit 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 allord to be without the Journal The Ci iviax fully alive to the needs of its patrons has made sjntial arrangements with thin superb journal wherein it will receive orders for yearly suliscrip tious to the two combined for only 175 Address orders to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iet her lueef him with a kin- s- not a frown lA t each realize the fact that fiey Â¬ lt and Olher real estate and asmtmmea owned Im- - from National Banks mot Ke- serve anents Inn- from State Banks and bankers ban from approvrd reserve agents Cbeeksand oilier cask Items Motes ot at ber National Banl Kllletlotlal paper cniieliev nickels and cents Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz xl in i 2i0u t0 Lsal ieuder miles Redemption fund with lT Treasurer j per cent of circulation i l is Bonds lo ssenre MeoekK securities etc loiis mid dlMoitnUi aud Ivcrdraftssei ured - house rireaaaUasv iinst in il Ti ir1 an lf 1 m irV f ran rWftlmT mv Iinktim ti liiinitun I ni tso ii ntm n 37jti iu 101 rcrsfsnlimna1Smaat fl Hf J2 ar all w FA9 vVJ mw il - I JitiS ii aRlils an FRESH a i ooq co f I- at - m aTmmTaatiiasaaaaJa anas iaEA MEATS for sale as th- lillVl ho 2J5U 3t TOTAI lJ ay i m J WJMCMSfjLQSTANDt W- Â¬ LIVfillITIKS Capital st vk paid iu fli0tlUI M tenpins fluid snutjii un ciidivideii prolits less exnecs s son taxes paM National Bioik notes oalsteildina t iiwuini Hue toother National Banks 7s i Hue to Slate Banks and bankers Ii xi iiicii uiuaiueposltsstilijeet loclii ck i74 it - forever oo will always kmmj siit h W- Â¬ The most ignorant people do not see any sense iu leading newspapers They are the ones who generally spend their change on court days for brass chains tin horses cast iron scissors cure all soap antl patent medicines and the like Pity pity pity oo is the greatest nourishment for the mind but do not let a woman get away with it oo If you go to looking back you will soou waut to go back oo ii7 try at the anil rttHr siisus t STATK Total hive IS S 1arkes Cashier of the aliovs naiued hank do solemnly swear that the above stateiiient is true to the lasi nf mv know ledge and belief 8 PAKKl X Cashier Sulne rilHil and sworn lo before me Ibis iL th day of Match 1D6 S P Hka i urKMK Notary Public Cokkect Al lest C K IUTKNAM 1 P A KM Kit JOHN BKNNKTT 1 Of KKNT1 t KV lountv of Malisni i j H s aK a Â¬ will sell at w f alst cintimic tu liamllc Farm Ptodtnr of all kimls iiintr on lii kcns your Turkoys oc huk Ylxxs ami Veir talles V will jiinl us at J W Dim ans 11 sfatitl Hist il oor west of Ft a ga ii tlrtip stuff Main street i Itrtl Cliit kftis tc if lk Cnomm M at njm ami Veal Saaaage riit s M low as tlic liivvt st J W MAY CO Directors When truth makes a start it always goes to the front oo It will not make a lie any whiter to put it on a grave stone oo There is no man more nufortuuate than the one who is not his own master oo The largest half of men and some woiueu are committing suicide to day iu a slow but sure way oo It seems that the ladies have struck NOTICE The Directors of the Richmond Cemetery Co are notified to meet on Saturday tne ibth of this month at the Richmond National Bank at 2 p m Business ol importance will be brought up for the action of the body March 12 iSoc C F BlRNAM Watch STOVES For the We are the sole agents for 11 Â¬ i vr To the Creditors of Mrs Han vitt Tin If Cum vv Richmond Kv nan James nee Maier All the creditors of the above must file their accounts proper v proven with m E R ROWLAND Assignee Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DH Â¬ 4 il v 1 I CREAM K BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE A j cleit fru Awartfed OoM Medal winter Fair San FranciKo pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free t Ammonia Atum or any other adulterant qv icnivo mt aiANUAKLl I have located in Rich tachian Tube When this tube is in- It is nonsense flamed you have a rumbling sound cr mond to write pure life insurance lor the Provident Savings Lite imperfect hearing and when it is et ty of New York OnlyInsurance Socie- Â¬ about oue half tirely closed deafness is the result anj the premium usually paid is charged b this company Let me write your intur unless the iuflainuiation is taken out an J ance and thus protect your families this tube restored to its normal conditio II KENNEDY hearing will lie destroyed forever nine Bon 259 Richmond Kv 40 47 cases out of ten are caused bv catarrl wiitcli is notlnmf but an iurlamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will give Due Hundred Dollars for auy case of deafness caused by catarrh All persons having hat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Sallie Cunningham claims against Mr deceased are hereby Cure Send for circulars free notified to file the same with me legally verified on or before April 17th S05 or F J Chenkv Co same will be barred Toledo O A M DAVISON Sold by druggists 76c Â¬ Can ant Be tarrtl by local applications as thc y cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafuein ami that is by constitutional remedies Deaf new is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous liuinjj of the Baa WHY PAY DOUBLE PREMIUMS FOR LIFE INSURANCE Bridgefords Economist Cast and Steel Ranges Every range is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction We have oyer 50 of these ranges in Rich mond We also keep a full line of Stoves Hardware Tin ware c Give us a call Cyclone ir p NEW GOAL YARD J CLiHmco I have opened a new coal yard opoite the he factory where vou will alwavs find on hand the best BLOCK COAL at 11 cents other grades at ower tajaata Orders left at Cov ington Arnold V Bro and the Willis House will be promptly attended lo I ML WILLIS H Proprietor and Manager XR0BT THOMSON Breeder aiil liealei in msBsaam iratf STRAY MULE A dark bay mare mule three years old thia spring straved or was stolen from me court day Sonne trace chain marks A bridle and saddle on the ani in side mal hen lost A suitable reward will be paid for the return of the animal tfice Address CHARLK- IH Whi 27 45 3 UiMAI Al WAN HAKE COMMON RABBITS KA Administrator THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY MARCH ij 1896 W W May Co are selling im aeaae ipjaotities of meat and of the choicest and beat qualities We have sampled it andltttWw whereof we speak After two weeks sUy in the city Mrs Stone feels ready to meet the usual de Â¬ mand of the trade She is now onemmr bet springs goods and will shortly have hi Spring Opaaaag of trimmed gKKls later her Summer clpening She invites her old customers and those inter in Millinery k call and see her February I Id We the naderaigned citiaeaa of the immediate neigbbarhoad of lames W CarriHou do hereby make the following statement vix That we have b en ac ijuainted with Mr Ganfana erar since he has ivtHl where he now lives a k rksl of nine years that we bare bad more or less dealings with him and have always found him to be an upright honorable man ia his dealings We iie lieve that he wants all that lielongs to biro and nothing more At least we like his way of doing business mtili better than that of his ppeaaaaa and cannot heJ but think lhat he has baaa shot and has lost his aim without any justifiable grounds whatever Said Garriaoa has always Ik h one of Madison coantys hardest working men and we regret his loss and misfortune greatly Fugetic Borgia D Stevens Â¬ 1 DK BatMAX SMALL Ptl INKSTHTKS M UUIJUfTVI Mild Tyi THE s m leave to day D They go to Blooiniug Two lextlis from amall pox i nxtotTlf on da y at jtx Rwn Saturday Man a son t the wife of Cassine M Clay Jr can didate for the nomination ly the Denio cratic party fortovem Â¬ A Cain an libs iwrtner VVaite had i preliminary trial on the charge of oh taiim under false pretense last N ii lay aul were baU over to Circuit ourl in the sum of Mjn eat h B Jenks Chief Clerk of ftaarnaf Mail Serv e with heail- t at H it Ixiuisxille ha lieen reiuoveil Mark of Kuswllv ilk probahlv be apjiointett to the le Attention ie called to the advertise- Hr J H Kenueily in this weeks Mr KeniHlv has heen known the Madison county for Mam years Whv not jrive hi in -- ire in your iatroiiae I IV -- My vi- - eil for sale ly aahl on Thursday ft luirnatn fa C C Wabana foi Thus tea valuahle BfOpartf and went cheap in Richmond has got down mck pro on Main Mrs J I Sam Royce arrixon who was shot v Hall on the morning ot Noveinlier aaaanenea km an arm is Mill be in a critical condition onlle was over a dispiitesl fence BUI and Sinio th t ti atrip of land Mr liarri- Braa amputated km Dr I - Win Dealer A Stevens A B Hamilton I It KorUs R Carpenter T MH iuiie iC Clark 1 1 Jr M Powell Miarvey i hats aeaa electeil nt of Hihle College Mtcrl Gmaana Baaajand rahaiu will coiiiiuue to till the the Kentucky A M stivers Thos Williams S 1 Puree Smell Thompson Sam Shean r Philosophy as heretofore Davaeae of Kureka College Uod to the faculty ients have leen made to erect a lilding this spring r- loan T Powell B Doaier I Ioiel WEHIilNti KBLLS At three clock last Monday afternoon in the presence of ipiite a number of relatives and Meads at the house on the 1evee pike recently occupied by the groom Anderson Oldham and Miss 1nt TM A is in Richmond nrse of lecture of Central Iniversity on Danes deep interest has been already among the young oil the happiest results are antici- Iruf II I acknowledged mauler in his profession and ax a public bo equals ied Nannie Redman were made man and wile the ceremony leing performed by Rev C J Nugent Mr ildham is a native of Madison county hut has been a resident of his county fa number of years except the past two or tluee years coramanieatioa was received from a unknown writer this neik mailed at he has acted as guide in King Soloinans ninlcrlHid Gap He came We will he pleased to publish cave at back last Christmas to settle down I the writer will conform to t Andclever yomig lie and send his name Not lav Benedict man and every ImkIv is glad to have him n hut as aathorit Miss Nannie is one of Camargos r copj in too late hack fairest daughters and will make a g md oelled to hold Rani nmcatioDs to the otfice wife and their legion of friend- - unite with us in wishing them a long and iv mails happy life The bridal present were the fcfanioaarv Society numerous elegant and useful sentinel u church w ill have an DemK rit and haa sale at the store of The engagement is authoritatively IVatlerage ou Saturday the announced of Mi If I Hardin of nat lasting all day In the even- - Danville son of P Watt Hardin to the same day there will also be a Man I ulia siuveiiM iii ilaughtei of Vice it the Willis Hotel coin- Plcsidint Adlai I Stevenson lock Everybody ia ia- Thc admission fee at the caildv A Hon Misxino Kxerriae Iy the I In hi pulling will Ik only Id ceuts All come n Missiiiai Soriel wl the Lirls M K IIiuk I At the hour of 7 oclock p m the ieorge Kennan the noted traveler and lecturer will deliver No oi Melhobst church lKgan HI ling and hj the hour for commencing the iM rian subjects the bouse was al the coiitt house on tlie evening of the pievtotisly aiinounce J The lecture mentioied will be The tilled toils capacity wilh an audience oompuaed of the citiaeraof Richmond No one can al ford to miss this the greatest literary treat On the wall in the rear of tbe paipit a huge map of the United States u Rich id ud audience IHi juit b Uarcb C Ba- played Above K was the motto America for Christ li ivI1 at Covington and below Christ li The States and territories America were delineated on tbe map and in ad The editor of the Cl IM I i for the purpose of impressing one ipt of an iavitaleni th the immensity of the territory iu Im to the commencement which home missions are and should he go Homeopathic College on estaltliahed tbe names of tbe countries HI5 Mir voting friends larch China dapan Sweden and Norway iicr P Phelps Collins and Ivlwarl Byrnes niany Spam France and Italy were ar Smith are Member of the dan of ItWi on the map covering territory voung men on this eipial in extent to their own area arfnl termination of their stuilies instance Texas is eijual iu area to ileal To them life and its poabibilitiea arc aoa Britaia Earopeau Tarkey Bwitaerfautd and their future success le nds Ienmark Portugal and Palestine Arizona erauoal efforts and industrv and New Mexico to Norway and Swed-i rs 1 v i li time to turn grapevines and trees also the most favorable time to transplant trc I unite voui naked - an I set out shade trees on the curb stone lines iu fiont of your w pick up the old cans old Us and general rubbish froui ur premises and make the though some euergetie enterprising wide awake citizen made it of Islington Perry Croethwaitr made an assignment Tuesday to F I Hut hi n lb had been a very large u real estate Mr Crislhwaite wa6 at one time a resident of this couutv and was deemed to be a verv wealthy man Aler his removal to Lexington prosperity still seemed to attend him and Mi failure is a nrpiise to his numerous acquaintances We are sorry to hear of bis misfortunes Â¬ Â¬ -- en m ertain young ladv who Pieiit the winter iu Texas relates some fabulous M of that region which are stock iu Among among the natives these we note that during the dry season the parched earth cracks open making fissures that frequently have to Ik d h enable people to get about gaiu the heat is said to liecome so intense that eggs are fried and coffee boiled OB top ot the rails composing the railroad In come of tracks and that in sutlii ient size to sit ou Hie tret and bark m pass along It is unnecessary to state that the iw with her many friends Md Kentucky Home in her Tbe Confederate Veterans have leen illy jioiitied that the ceremonies of tbe unveiling of the m federate soldiers Cemetery at monument in Chicago will take place on May iJOth The Cnit itiment has do- to the in num nt commission four unions which ha I aeaa usesl during the war together with lOdOtt cannon shells and projectiles all of which u ornamenting tin Chief - army titteii General luderwood that tbe nanie1 iustrumeiits of war aie wiv to Chicago Sm h ien Nholicid n us soldier as Lieut Lieut liei Wade Hampton and dou iieut ien note have signified their nt There are mm Confederate I in that rs all oi whom died in prison dur ing the war representing every Southern d that many Mua will attend Dr refraaaa v is a member -Â¬ The exercises were commenced by the choir singing that soul inspiring old song America and by twenty five of the niemU rs ol the society who marched from the rear of the house singing a they went to the opening in front of the altar where all bowed while the pastor Rev Dr Reld invoked the blessings of iod on the work of home missions This was fallowed by resonsive readings by the pastor and congregation from pre pared slips which had lecn distill uted Tbeu came a solo by Mi A D Flora then a Scripture lesson by the pastor trom Isaiah 4 T hcu a iuartetteThey toil not neither do tbev spin At this stage Miss Relle II lJennelt read au account of the organization and extent of the work done its aims ind Miss Dennett desires for the future has kindly placed this article at our dis nosaJ anil we reproduced in another colThe uext thing on the program umn was an acrostic America for Christ by the children which as prettily rendered each of the little oik holding aloft in turn a letter and reK ating an appro priate phrase or vcrse After this the old hymn Alas and did my Savior bleed wat rendered by the ty and choir The program then had in store for tin expactant audience one of the nice things Sewral oi the young la dies ol the society personated Chi istiani ty Columbia a Cuban girl the North in girl an Indian girl a young ladv who made a plea for the cities a Moun tain girl a young ladv who made a plea for the sea ports and one for schools of these presented tersely and to the iHiint the needs of the liHalilies which they petasaated and presented a large fund of iirforinatioii w Inch w deep interest ami closely listened to by I astlv little tbe immense audience Nannie Hunt Powell presented her mile and w it li it her pretty p Then came the collection netting ten dollars and the doxology The evening was fill of enjoyment and none enaht sit through the varied mi and not feel that he or she should do something t further the cause of Christ in this our native land Â¬ 1 TheCiiMW is the pli horse We are well and jack cards printed eunippad lor the business arid to please our cuslomers riHk prices have Ihcii reached oa of all descriptions and the tendency now mi the near future el your horse or jack well advertised Ciinmeiice early keep them tbe pabiic and you will stand a l ctter chance for sharing in the business dur ti ing tbe season i What is known as the Itoar of Chun h Extension in the Nsnthara M K Church Dr INMcCorumckof Kaiwliugtireen 7was oiganicd in 1881 al the General President of the state l od of Health Coiif icnce held iu Nashville Tenn stniiaui at the Gab Uouse last night on Ih David Moilon of Louisville Ky his way home Irfun Laaiagton whcie he I lui ha ecu Ihe Cell ral Secretary of the In these close time- - when the tbe story yesterday made au investigation of the Hoard from the beginning bant ran they expert ami uVanand large return fiti tb cases of small po As its name indicates the Uiard was in that city The nsr -tare They expect a great deal for i little Econoas - Ike urn diK tor says that he visite1 the Pest organized for the paipueusf giving finanhouse and fomid there sixt en cases cial aid to places and societies that were of the masses Where can I get lie or niv i ine more catoo small or too poor to build B church was sent to the peat boose tion every one himself It - easily answered day and one already there for themselves Every place receiving yj Jy so with others ran answer the iiesiia by tbB aideiag required to furnish a certo end falallv in Urn coorae of Die t tion at uir store nm i in n tain amount of money towards the erecafternoon or night In addition to thane w ftfKWW IttUtB CBWing and having riil them al SPtlT tion of the house A small ass sstnent VII Ir McCormack found t in rarely was put on every church in Southern iuarantinel and under the proper super1 vv bled to sell them lower than the los ill ami Fit Ess ABSOLUTELY PURE vision in private houses These two Methodism to secure the money necesthan the lowest means with uv We have nothing fiir vihi hnl EDUCATIONAL sary for this work THE OLD RELIABLE were tbaf ral to bs detected and Besides this he gaiii and you will see that this i the cane in eve the pest house was wsilfl iaanillllh hv onests legacies and special donations The bright days have served to greatly will only investigate the matter the law forbiddingthe use of a hospital lor have increased the amount from time to hjfavtiuaa ffaaantl within one mile of the time J hiring the thirteenth year of its Increase the attendance at Caldwell High Tape le Iins Ic DtML l llar Bati city limits None but colored persona existence this Beard of Church Inten- School The highest daily average was reached Thursday week when there were Beam Iins 1 iro have U eu attacked hv the disease Ir sions and the Conference Boards which M Hat stood the Tet ol Time pupils present The primary de-Â¬ U McCormack are branches of it have helped to build thinks that the state of le Marbles 15 for Ic il Ftii h MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER 3309 things in Lexington is not nearly so churches making nearly live partment has been generally crowded liK- b Son 3 to BRANDS COMBINED serious as has hi en represented the churches helped for every week in that This crowded condition and the advanceHairpin Ic Tacks Ic lets I to ment of the guide has iHcasioued several cases of smallpox under his observation thirteen vears in jo promotions In I8SB when the General Conference being generally of a milder tvpe than Mucilage Ic Buggj Whip- - H was held in Richmond might have Ik cu aapposed from the re a the womans CLUB RATES loCaldwell High School is beaatifnllf 5 ami 10c Hair Brushes 10 el oinls Department of Church Fxtension or ports hitherto circulated Courier-Journa- l cated and the grounds have been nicely After due consideration we have conBrushes 5 8 10 and 15c Crurlsei Sccdlea Knitti the Parsonage Society ana organized Put what alsmt the shade trees cluded to nuke lul rati s with the grided This was to assist in building parsonages set Mirror- - I 8 10 and 23c DanAcn I 20 Is not this the proper Magazines aad newspapers iu the follow aid the grass Waaarki just as the other board assisted in build-Â¬ Chillis 5e Floor Oil Cloths yunl- - Sm1 -- k t ti re time to attend to such matters ing list These niles are for new ing churches Hundreds of stations and Nucely three months ago our people yard- - Spool Silk Thread 3c rolored Miss Mattie Broaddus of Richmond is subscribers or old ones re new ing their circuits were unable to huil I parsonages were rejoicing owi the wedding of Mr What about the country schools too 1 subscriptions the guest oi Mrs Kliza Anderson sack paying one ear in or furnish Domes for the pica her and H II Howell and Mis- - Mary B Cole Trunks jj ti u Telewoprs all n This is the proper time for the planting advance Mrs Laura Daaeaa of Richmond who bis family without aid especially was of trees both of Millers Creek Fslill ounty Shoe- - Hat- - and mis at pi nl - liiiiii and sowing of grass which are was the guest of Mrs Kliza Anderson this the case in W Ky It was a general feeling among all the little tow ns and so greatly needed in some of the barciii ue was called home last week on account of country places and on the western yards The progressive times demand seal a common saying what a nico conph - SIC aerioas illness of her husband frontier Dr Morton says In the liist and how well suited for each other Rut the lilon Charles Oklbam of the firm ol ildham six years following the organisation of beanty as well - uomlort and conven- W scarcely bare the acboea of ear praises icnce was in Richmond this week If the Womans Parsonage work there were ceased until the grim reaper Death Ml sterling Journal - as built one half as many parsonagethe came and took from Ihe side of the beauNumerous applications are being made For seed oaN clover sctil seed jota On last Mondav the editor ol the Cl - church had to show for all its previous tiful young bride her idolized hushand This lot awnafem in scIuhiI districts mv Mr P A one hundred years of building was favored hv a call li No as- is right and shows an increasing interest tocs plow gear and the best plow in the of S few short weeks It is md to see this child wife we might almost say iu Wade attorney at law of Chicago Mr sessment vvis put on the church to raise on the part of the patrons in the educa world all ai the lowed price sec Parley Bros below you buy SPRING Wade is a Kentuckiau by birth and edu this money It came under the head of tion of their children this her gnat heieavenicnt Air HowTrustees should cation but is now a resident of the that long suffering and nondescript show no disposition to retain pupils ell died on March the fiom an at He is a criminal lawyer of title W ars Work Tbe women wl en not conveniently located for the is the ty stock of carriages b tack of typhoid fever in the LIMh year of Windy City handsomest and mot itylkh in the wide reputation was the leading attor were authorized to organize themselves sake of adding a lew dollars to the dis hi age He was not a member of say country Give me a call church but has always led an exemplary ney iu the defense of Prenduusst tbe j int bands or societies walh s member trict f and Every district is sBsared a Rk iimos i C IB BfiB Will lie is lileuiet sad sober ready to listen to slayer of Carter Harrison defending with ship fee of ten cents kt month ami li months school and there are numer S L Midkirt Piopii lor v the whatever else tbev might choose to give ous teacher- to till every position the gHnl counsel of older persona By us now for the purpose of whom the authorities have in It was the few and not tbe many women natuie and practice be was generous li m Aicvoiiinii iostrraace kind ami industi ions mil lie will be hoc for swindling tbe merchants on a the case in all chinch woi that did this Trustees have been erv slow in com Â¬ ui it Powell Ai Tuilev I bogus collecting agny scheme Mr meeting often with disconragemenl and greatly missed not only by his family plying with the law pertaining to the in Wah- is a pleasant and allahle gentle- disapproval from the pram her himself biiwl for Shirk ami Iliullry Ten but by the entire neighborhood The suiance oa school bouses against tire man whose acquaintance we are pk At the General Conference held in Kverv year bereaved ones have the sympathy of the Thcdloid i H1U k aught i prepared Ihe schools of this nnuiii to make St Louis in this organization was softer loss of t Ins kind which has gen epcviallv to tsk a- - well as man mil entire community Col Samuel II Stone of Richmond a einpowcieil to do all kin Is of home rally been some new and well eipripped lor that purpose M old m tin cans hold Dr F Dickersou one of the oldest of Senator Harris has hi mission work and its name changed to bonae Trustees would not risk their fast one hall pound ol medicine ioi and best known of our citixens died noaaced himsrlf s candidate for Auditoi the Womans Parsonage and Horn Lambert Franklin County Tenn own property then why should they are now receiving the most elegant stock ridav at the Willis HoOSe He was oa tbe Republican ticket lie received n ietv The General work of neglect tht impUttBlll duty which the i Man b seventy four vears old and has Ihii a his education at Hie Id burg Germany the sm ietv is of Spring Goods ever brought to this city Our stock ooodacted bv a central people have intrusted to their care I have used all kmj ol medicine but I Ihe piacticing physician lot mar ball a cen and is the gentleman whom Mark Twain committee of twelve woman in connec- old clay flues should Ije replaced by would not give one pa kage ol Black is varied and extensive and embraces the very latest tury He was bnried under the auspices christened The Fighting Kentuckiau tion with the general board of Church stone This ia a reiiirciiicnt made by Draught lor all the others ever an It foreign and domestic effects of the Masonic fraternity oa Saturday iu his Though Extension It has sent out baadreds of every insurance company and it is proba is the best tbing lor bor InnoceTits Abroad or cattle ui The funeral services were held in the still in the prime of life it is said thai in thousand- - of prossams leaflets and bly for this reason that many school tbe spring of Hie year and will core cluck pallors of the Wiliis House The doctor his lime lie has fought twenty six duels blanks fee report- mite boxes map- - houses are without insurance en choli a miv time was related to mauv of the best families and while ai the German Pmversity von cards ami other items neoibsi losV tcuiic K R BvLvs n oI in Madison and Jessamine counties laurels al fencing Peaityville Enter- the work One ol its members Vary few of Ibe district treasurers bare of Louisville Ky Mr Prow n lee Yates 8r died at his prise Col Sam is a mighty good man edits the of- ma le any reports as required by law to Your attention is called to our line of Spring Wraps Lightning Hot Drops and neighbor and we really dis ficial organ Our Homes a bright inter home on the Speedwell pike six miles citizen It ia im which is exceedingly handsome in cut and finish It the County HnpuriiiUndeat from Richmond yesterday morning in like t sm- him sacrifice himself for the esting paper winch has paid its own way What a Funny Name povtaal that these reports be liled oa tbe was selected with great care Dont you all know he from the start A gonl reading tin- siitl year ol his age Very True but it Kills All Pain Mr Yates WSJ mkeof his party nc nds of the olhcc for future reference one of the oldest of Madison countys will stand no more banco i Iiug has beea planned and recommended to Wi hope this notice will prove sawk ienl Sold Everywhere Every Day citizens having been horn here and elected than Bill Bradley will of bring all the local societies City nissiobaries lot those who have not implied with Without Relief There is No Pav have been employed missions among spent his life in agricultural pursuits President the law lb- was a historian the poor opened with sewing schools tamiliai with Ihe Memorial Owing to the late decline all goods have been A new line of buggies carriages sur kiudergailn classes Sunday schools Kverv Mate and Territory iu tbe Unearly history of the county and state The Thomas B Collins Camp of the cottage prayer meetings ed down and we feel sure we can please you in regard bible readings ion except live nave temperance educa rics barouches and wagons juat received and w ilhal a contributor in both prose and iiitd Confederate Veterans hereby childrens services mother- - meetings tion laws The live are Indiana Arkan They aie dandies Come and tee them poetrv to the county papers Hi natuto prices Call early and examine our goods places on record this brief memorial ol Made of the lest material and gnaran rescue work among fallen women and sas Tennessee Ueorgia and --oiith Cai ral abilities were far beyond the average their deceased comrade Lieut James men jail and work house visiting night Respectfully Yours Price lower than ever before teed ol those with whom he was thrown in olma Tevis who died suddenly in this city Kil il MOM CAKBIAOB Wokks canape assigned for the dismiss schools and special training cbnaes with The contact As to his political views he on Saturday March Stth S L Midkiii Proprietor special emphasis laid on the duty oi of li High school Principal iu Jersey was staunch Democrat and during the James Tevis the son of Joseph and every member to visit the siik and al- - CitY recently were that be was lacking war a s nipathicr with the south in made Schlegcl saIlizabeth Harris Tevis both of Madison dieted the xxii and indigent and min- Â¬ in atlabihtv was in debt drank lagei their struggle for independence He a success in K icliinond for sixteen years county was horn Match 2nd s7 and ister to their wants temporal and spirit lecr and smoked cigarettes on the sch nil is that he has always given satisfaction several grandchildren wife and was educated iu the BcllOOH of the coun ual are the lines uou which the local prenii children having preceded him to that and has tallen wilh the price of pictures n the i H ol Octohci isslic was ty auxiliaries such as this one in this The American Association for the Ad country from whose bourne no traveler luuTJT TLru uxnnruxtu wutjuuvxtl utj ju uvrun ru LnixnrLn uuTXtriu married to Mary C Raassll who with church are working The young people vancement ol Science wiil meet iu San and frames to suit the times retains The faaeral services will be lout sons sin v ives him and children have been organized into IVaricisco net year The National Idii Carriage- - wagon- - and buggies over- Â¬ held al his late residence at II oclock I loin the beginning of the war be societies also and are being trained All fiends are invited to attend to lav jn lalional Association will meet in Denver hauled and painted at the very lowest tween the stales Mr lev is was all ardent all these branches of church work Many thousand teachers prices All work guaranteed to be a In or Seattle The community were startled Saturday sympathizer with the South and not Â¬ the past two years gnat efforts have will then cross the continent good as any in the Stite evening to Icain of Ihe sudden death of withstanding there were so many tics ecu put forth by the society to Tbe oldest library now existing iu the estab RhiimosI Carkimf Works Judge James lev is one of our most binding bim to his home and little fami- lisb permanent schools in certain secS L Midkitf Proprietor In ted States is the New York Society 3iy- citizens Mr Tevis left his place ly be enlisted as a soldier in the fall of It was founded in 1700 as the Library tions of the country for the destitute of Lnsiiiess on Irvine street about t30 p J isui and became a member of Company Dont wait until ion arc binned oat degraded or alien oor There are -- dJHJU J Public Library This was incorporated m in his buggy and started home When P Collin- - Captain of the ltd Cuban cigar makers in the state ot with the New York Society Library Powell Turlev opposite the liclmioti Hotel lie grew Regiment of Kentucky Cavalry com Florida with almost no mission or school foil ided in lTilanl the joint organiJ Powell Turley prompt and trustsuddenly sick and slopped at the Hotel manded by Col Walh Chcnault Two good schools lioi under the name of the younger worthywork among theui V office to rest and take some medicine served through the wu OuiCi ade have been opened lor them but money institution was incorporated bv tieorge We have lac liest companies Poascll READ THE FOLLOU IV WHH II which he carried with him In the sharing the perils aad hardships of the 111 in 1772 This venerable library is needed la make then permanent 3- ii Turley short space of three minutes after taking cinip and field He was in nearly all In the mountains of forth Carolina still continues to exist in a thoroughly the medicine he was dead Mi Tevis the battles ami engagements ol Morgans Fire is a good servant but a bad Virginia and Kentucky there are more active and healthy condition It conof the many good traits of command was captured oa the Ohio was possess Powell Sc Turley 3 master than half a million of wretchedly poor tains aboat BAjWO rofaaaaai The Li character which will caose his name to raid and held a piisoiicr until regularly and degraded people Our own brary of Congress at Washington con- Â¬ go to sleep over your insurance illiterate Dont be long remembered In generosity and exchanged win people need help and need it tains H50OOO voluinns - Central Meth Poweli Turley 2S kindness to the poor lie was une jualed II is enough for us w ho survive him to now The obligation is on us to give it oditt Turlev-VFire insurance Powell He was 58 years and a few weeks old at sav that be was a Rood soldier dischargto them- - Hie society is trying to build the tune of his death He joined Capt ing all his duties with intelligence coin will lind a letter largest oneof which schools for them the Hlow the teachers All fire losses paid by Powell ft Collins Company of Chen suits begin cut age and unswerving fidelity to tbe cause w ill be iu our ow u Kentucky mountains which will douhtless prove interesting to Turley in the fall of W82 March IN83 was elected he had espoased At the close of the Xew goods coining intlnilv ami leal than a bundled miles from Richthem The best companies adjust promptly 3rd Lieutenant was on the noted raid wax he returned to his boase and cheer Â¬ Fi WKniKT Kv March ii V To day and to night all over mond Powell U Tar with Morgan through Southern Indiana fully took up the ta ks ol domestic life Soiilherii Methodism the little hands ol ioitnhi Siifn rt nt inh nls Turley Powell Are you insured and Ohio and was taken prisoner with and promptly assumed the duties of a State ienlleniaii The women and children arc holding than ladies and 5others of his cooimand He Was not good citizen and his whole careei since services collecting the pennies dimes Treasurer ia now assured that by tbe 1st ieki Offered with tin- opeoing of eTerv exchanged hut held until the close of has been marked by the confidence and and dollars to help in establishing these of April be can honor warrants for half What about your insurance Powell 7 I and l7s he high esteem of his fellow citizens j- the war In the year schools Little books of ten shares each of balance yet due youi teachers He il Turley was elected clerk of the Madison County For eight years he served faithfully as Look out for Are s as well as storms share have beea sent all can not confidently pronsies lhat the re 100 ilale Cotton cash eiit per vnrd Court serving eight years and in 1892 the clerk of the County Court of Madisoa throughkt societies asking the mem mainder can be paid lretore the 1st of Powell Turley 3 the 0 B cents jxr yard Ma onvile otioii was chosen for Polite Judge which office countv and for two years he was Judge hers to take or sell just as mauv as they Inly Kur Ural he held two years His remains were of the Police Court of the citv of Rich- can l hir young people come before you Iepperell Bleaebed Sheeting msb li jht Teaseto give notice at ouce to all coii House mid lour acre ol laud on West mond over which he presided with to night to try to inform and entertain interred in the Richmond cemetery unand advise them that nothing Main street A desirable location van I K of the I der the ausp ices and dignity ability and impartiality always you and to ask just as as many of you which il was passible to do iu their in C H Pi 10 I Pepperell I nlh ailiel Slieeti r cut- the Tom Collins Post I C V in lstli of Uinperini justice with mercy as possible to give flW or whatever yon teresf bus btju ueglectetl here yard Hut it was in private life that the char which fraternities be was an honored Dont neglect your insurance Powell Yours truly can and make a good offering to this member The services other than these acter of our comrade shone most con cause which they represent I Turley nt - nt yard ton raalt i Inch Pillow Fl Pom Hi TlloMl son were conducted at bis bate residence by spicuously His high generousand manJ he Biggesf Turkish Towel you ever saw A blaze will start eenta Turley Powtll sat Rev Lajsley Mcklee pastor of the ly character bis scrupulous integrity and The teachers of Caldwell High School C0KUB8PONDKNC1 The Beat Fast Black Ladies Hose yon ever mm iSecond Presbyterian church The de unspotted honor his humanity ami kindhave organied themselves into a lileiarv Who have the best companies Answer VALUCY viaw cents ceased had been a faithful member of ness of heart his unostentatious charity circle whitb meets twice a month on Iowell Turley W Mr and Mis i A Boy have returned the Southern Presbyterian church He and generous hospitality his devotion to i Tbe Best Ka i Blaek Cbirdrena Hose job A different subject Tuesday afternoon leaves his wife and four sous Hugh his friends and family these qualities from Cincinnati Powell Turley pay all flro losses is discussed at each meeting some one lent- William David and Joseph to mourn his will live longest in the memory of those W teac icr leading with a aaperJaUy preBrace Adams of Waco visited Ja Tobacco Cottoa at ami J centa per yanl who knew him best and loved him most Adams and family last week A large niiuibeiof his friends departure pared paper Yesterday the discussion Fires like death and taxes have A Beautiful Line oi Colored Piques al I The summons came to our brother and acquaintances attended the funeral I B Miller went to Lexington last was lead by Miss Mary Campbell tbe boon in the world since its creation wit boat warning bat it found him not ceremonies u- per ireat Bargains in Uaiuhurgs at 5 7J ami l week on business pertaining to his grist subject being Keading 3PcwoU 3c Turloy For years he had been a mill at unprepared Perkins rard TurIn ure that big barn Iowell Th Mnileni Way member of the Southern Presbyterian PKK80NAL The IvmxI Lumber Co commence sow- Con ley V- in-nends itself to die well informed to Church and those who had his most I01MH timate confidence assure us that he was ing Monday They have about do pleasantly and ellectually what was w mIi4 at Vna Man Dora Wilson is visiting relatives NOW IS YOUR TIME resting in simple earnest faith on tbe logs to convert into hunber forrreily dorc in the crudest manner and at College Hill Six young men to travel aud liWe neg Capt K M Spuriix k is Ihe proud disagreeably as well To cleanse the sys Â¬ He has mercy of the Cleat Redeemer ative and orilers tor line craroa irr anil wiie aie visiting John Hi--ovel the river and is resting un ixjssessor of a white ral that be caught in tem and break up colds headaches and relatives al livi le a wire trap of the trees fleets use traits aud Iran feveis without unpleasant after i der the abade Simiki o- Jk Dowaaaa Mis Nannie entry is visiting relaM Spurlock who has lieen the delightful liquid laxative remedy SyrTo the stricken household the widow Mm Kientnoiui ry jo in Springfield I tives and sons of our comrade we extend our visiting her daughter Mrs Charlie Gib up of Figs sincere and heartier sympathy and ss baas at For retained home Thursday A R Ptirnam and wife left for Louissure them that we share with them the ville yesterday afternoon Miss bailie Breeding has returned from Mr Simpson Nrris and wife of Col- Â¬ great sorrow they are called to bear in a visit to her home in Washington the loss of one who was dear to ns SB county and resinned her school at Millers lege Hill are visiting at Irvine well as to them and we commend them school house Mr W K McKtnney of Winchi Our New Spring I in- - in ami we areofltring th to the loving care of him who savs He Wanted- - Iy one of our merchants a e on business la t week ge t Bargaiaayoa ever heard a will not break the bruised read nor barrel of sorghum for which be will pay Chancellor I H Btantoo DIk spent pleach the smoking llax To Capt WWUWIM maple syrup prices Tie has I ic on -- vwvuv WWWW some time at Jackson last week Wyganf and the cadets of the University hand at present that was boagbl u thorn nr ireat Taut- - Sale U -- rill goangoa with lots of s Ida TbasaSS is visiting friends Ialtallion who Beted as a guard of honor terms We have inuiigiiniteil a Sale and relatives in Richmond addttioBS al the burial of our comrade we tender Soys Suits Mr B F Masters who wis formerly Mr T J Snilh Jr wenl to Louisville our grateful acknowledgments We have It t that nnt t be sold uit Z If your boj VV Mattel lan lor Resolved That a copy of this memo last week with a shipment ol tobai is full t of Iorl Kerfith Ail Uur houe call anil see them fin mi ih d to the family of our kins hut now Mr Frank Irench of London is visit- rial be FORTY MILLION CAKE5 YEARLY if W Masters a nice cd brother and the papers of our sent his sister Mrs ing Mr aud Mr- - W C IrretM h at Kse- UAMWf CO- - CtN rt HE PTTOCTWH city be respectfully requested to publish Steak of venison last week raaan Tbe Southern Lumber Cos mill shut Job Im i ins the sinic Miss Pattie Push lal of the ein- down Tlnu hi i r y- Mrs V nngi isiling iiiioned B Ih ill every lme COUM ami gtVC OB k and for on Ihe Irvine pike the ease of Jesse Howard tor killing If v we will load you down lalL Tin m le up Dr W W Rnigin came np from L H iirAvroN for trial Tu isville and sjKtit a few days last week with his parents Martha Holiday aged about Hi years HnviiiL riiiKnislicil lii stack of trrowrie wil li tie v and Irish l Iiiicctorv n the Mr arid Mrs F M Iliignclv and little STAND at lira eoods will continue luisincss at the Dirertory on the and unmarried residing about o miles l md the daughter sen Sunday with Mi and fourth page me of public interest and ilfering with partial par- - a corner of Maiu and B streets lie propones oof to lie lich U He iovites the vili- imderHoUl should be correct We have no n ine iiitn i fair Mr W K V a utility a ot knowing win V tei lliat Ui ounty Marble W sons notify us Information fas her fur lie nasi wevk selling ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR -- OBELISK njTJXrcn n n n n ru Host f the Iasrs of a - Â¬ Ingells of Ravenna Ohio through yesterday en route for Irvine ami Rss Creek where he has huge lumber interests ami Mis Brutus J Clay returned VMlav from their trip to Bolivar where they have Ik cu since their marriage mi FltWr Parsons of the Missionary lap- tist Church of Station Camp p through last week for Bockcsitle county in Ihe oiganization and building up ol hiiicln there Miss Lucy Gregory ol Richmond is visiting relatives here Mr I itzpal riik a student of Centre College is at his home in Richmond this week Danville Cor Central Record Capt W H Adams will spend some weeks among relatives in Michigan Capt Adams has been in failing health -ine time and seeks rest change of food and climate for a short season with the hopes of regaining lis accus loincd vigor Mr Smith of Winchester fad Be is prospect Was in own this week ing for a pump factory nd has been through tbe mountain districts of Breath clt and Jackson looking at the timber It is likely he and other advantages w ill settle al sonic point in the near fu I - ton Judge Atllrssun lluatt Missions KTT 1 0 Â¬ Â¬ men responded to an invitation hv Mi and Ars M F Wharton Saturday evening at their home on Main streetwheie a loohal greeting Bras extended them The company comprised some of our vocal talent The young ladies present were Misses Fannie Spurlock Nina Havidsoii Haiti and Mary Taylor Haden Mary Jones Mollie and attic Howe and Mary Singleton of young gentlemen i isaiiles Tbe present whose gallantry cannot lie ex- Â¬ celled vvre Messrs Ceo W Hutchison Rollin and Ernest Rood Cbas Sanders Leslie Taylor and James Cuzick At 10 oclock they hid their host and their charming daughter Miss Siua good night Â¬ N Â¬ Â¬ I swt a0 -- - i il Greot Expectations I ped tt l A V mt a-- k- tiujiiS 3 i I SWEET GAPORAL Â¬ CIGARETTE I - Â¬ Â¬ I lIik 1 m u- I - ELDERS BARGAIN STORE i Â¬ - White m Gibson We - Â¬ I li i Â¬ 1 Have Their Say I m I - i Â¬ SPRING WRAPS JORICES CORRECT - - Â¬ mirk Â¬ 1 WHITE GIBSON - Â¬ Â¬ DO YOU iAZHIST Â¬ BARGAINS First Class Goods H Â¬ In Â¬ Â¬ J STREN6 - OFFERS TO YOU new BARGAINS Iii 1 Â¬ i 9 Â¬ Â¬ 3- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ --- e Â¬ I Â¬ XQ BUY CARPETS - ilVORYSOAW IT FLOAT5 Â¬ I I AD Smith 999G- bargains HJSTRENG n n f 4- - Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder WotMaFUiCMntl Wis S S SSSSSSftSSS SSSSS8Si fKi3g53asgs- - HH asSs1- A BANKRTTT POLONY A QUEER LAKE DEATH TO SQUIRRELS The Modern Hunter and His Le SOME COLD WINTERS Record of Bltazards and t old With ing Fourteen Hundred Tears w Dar- Iifagh f I I Hi Ani Ad Iowa Colony That Has Been It Freezes in Warm Weather and Thaws When It Is Cold Dissolved retabMshed hr French Soriallst a Cen tury o Tbr Pmpert t Be Divided Among the Mcinher Mode The History of Seneca Lake In New Turk orate and Its singular Revela Â¬ tion Some Notable Events on the Ice -- structive Methods r iiTiig Instead of Firearm- fie Use Ax Paw and Bulldog ard But Few of the Little Tree Climbers Es- Â¬ cape Him The memWrs of the Icarian community three milos of Corajaf la hae niMtuaily aprMl that a division tf Uaeir iHUfiei ly and a dissolution of their s ietjr is to the best interests of Bed and steps are now boinp taken la that end The interests of ised memhrrs mitlnthir et lejTH appoint a receiver sad matter into the hands of the court though no animisities a alever exist MaaMaK the inenlMrs of the community niiuunity says a recent dis- istic in the extreme Its at founder was K Culiet and its inception dates back to a perid just previous to 1he lr neh revolution when aliout six- t niiic wxialistsemharked from Havre as and located near the 1rai in lanin eonntt Interna prirat ions dis- eouratred the band anil they rvii s as alet who to N still in I ranee leanaed of this base lie sailed f Lie ti it advis- pari the J sn i al sm i f the ssitmed pergoncolony nder his Nauvoo I Â¬ i rliich place had just been dem after the kill Here the learaaaa m us pursuits and were in their entrrpriaea for a ietr maile ihership a boat two huu the Ho w ever in- II and and alnnit one hundred 4 his adhereiis left the nder and went to St Louis under of learia when n the same year Meantime ttlcd in Ailaius uiiti In and were incorporated un of tin state as I liere ever In usand di at Mow betweea vhen ed and action mairin jiirs- t ho or ne from During until the nier haa serve l community and the very efli- - jsi S haps the only if not in the upon such nit ar to its citizens in BMRV re- - iiman hrada i lanilj i fa in- Â¬ fo d all snp- - thcr er and and so on At milt published an la Iterni Iher indnsl njr ts of the com- forth in a Ira jiara- re mi Mished in humanity in de oeinir in orV of society iimunisiii happy and to prore realizable el the ivc of ithor- - were took rum paid him me in Were ins in re- - interfere tvitli any of the ilars inriubcrs ORIGIN OF POINT LACE The lrM e I in realty nd will be Wa Invented bjf Hartiara MinHn a Bbsmsi w iiiitii naii is jNil- inventive that afforded by Saxon t and her Butuufacturing li has menl to millions of and which in its line had apparatus pincushion bristling ngvd to outline the pat fron lie theproc nliar until the design is completed The apools or bobbins are paipowly so as to be easily of d and difficult f d tlina ver sK pins the Miss allow- a - Seneca differs from nearly all of Its The old time fiquirre hunter is many sister lakes in tnis section of the pictured as tall and stalwart decked state in the matter of its seldom freez- in the garments otvhe wildwood whose ing over writes a correspondent of the every feature dispwys honor and courIloehester Democrat and Chronicle age He has come out to get a dinner from WatWns N Y This is due to and picks a target on a far away tree the preat depth of the lake and the He matches his skill against the dis taet that it is fed largely by springs tance and wins With the flash of the along it shorts and as many believe long rifle the nearer stpiirrels hide away and a moment afterward bark at its Iwittom During the summer season the lake absorbs a vast amount of lustily at the retreat of the intruder heat hut owing to the non conduct iig Daniel Home or Davy Crockett might be the model for such a picture properties of water it is slow in throw The new sjuirrel hunter is a Very different ing off in the winter Tor this reason on many cold winter I in a llis methods are like those of mornings the lakes surface is covered the drag net fisherman that sweeps with vapor which indicates that the from shore to shore leaving no way of water is warmer than the atmosphere His work if unchecked means This vapor is always densest over the extermination deepest portions of the lake showing The new hunter says the New York that the water along the shores in the Star has nothing to recommend him to shallow er parts has to some extent be the public except possibly his courage coawa Bolder As the surface of the Fear seems to be unknown to him His lake cools Ihe water gradually com equipment might not suggest peril It mingles with that below and finally consists of a gun an ax a saw climbthe whole Imdv of the lake aawoawa ing spurs rope a stringing licit and a In addition a heart lwIy of bulidog cooled With the first snow of winter snow melting in the springand flowing he begins his work work because it into the lake especially in ease of a is vocation and not a recreation or freshet tends to cool the water and pleasure After the first night the render the lake liable to freezing if snow through the forest is lined with a rface is not too much disturled network of tracks that lead from many by wind lor these reavuis the lake quarters to some mammoth tree There iines freezes over very late in the may be a dozen trails all centering at spring even when the temperature is this iiit some from the distant corn from tifteen degrees to twenty five df Wehls others from near by logs iu crees allot e ero as for instance a thin where a supply of nuts was garnered film of ice covered the lakes surface on for winter Probably with the pooraasfn of May 5 MM May IS thunters coming a red fox squirrel ISW Mai UOt and April M Met bolder than the rest barks from the n many mornings the mercury has upper boeghs at the intruder and been down to zero or below and at lashes its long fiery tail through the Monterey one day recently the thermom- - sunlight Its iMisitim would delight a registered thirty degrees below sportsman for it would afford a superb et the lake had not sufficiently shot but the pot hunter has no senticooled to fuejDB over for no snow water ment There is no quickening of his liasrun intoit thisseason However the jCilse as he unslings his gun for it is try tributary to the lake is now cov not to be used but is piled with the en d with now to a depth of from two other accoutrements at the foot of the tothnsy feet and if the cold should con giant tree while he prepares for the for some time yet and the heavy coming sir lighter bo It of snow go off in a flood the lake The climbing spurs are already undoubtedly freeze over buckled to his txnits The ax and saw In a description of Seneca lake Ap are slung to his belt and with extend pletons Cyclopedia states that it was ed arms he measures the tree than setnever known to be frozen over until ting his iron heels into the bark the March IWe but vrmling to WW ascent begins With each reach of his liauit i m of lturdett he anda party long arms he leaves the younger forest of about twenty skated across the lake lielotv The line of the pawpaw tops is from ilen Kidridge to Watkins and passed the silver birch is distanced in back on the morning of HVbtaaiy 98 the upward reach and at last the The ice was then five inches thick climber comes out into the open skv in the middle of the lake and was clear long before the hunter has reached n March i lsis the lake half the height the fox squirrel and solid again froze oter and in ls75 for a pe alarmed has hurried to his nest The iod of four weeks and two days prior climber reaches the point where the to March 14 it was frozen over so that squirrel disappears and finds the enns mid cross it many miles from trance to the nest a hollow knot which head On February SI IMS it had been enlarged by the sharp teeth of froze over from shore to shore out as the little fellows The hunter now far as the eye could reach and four knots the rope about the tree and un later grand carnival was held on der his arm Then imliedding his iron in tlie evening Aboatt onethou-M-rsonheels deep in the bark he hangs out assembled coming from from the tree at an angle of forty fire a and other places by train and degrees It is a dangerous position from all the surrounding country in his safety lies in his ability to keep his The moon nearly full rode muscles rigid and the iron spurs buried is high in a cloudless sky and the scene deep in the tree Should the spurs slip was one of a most inspiring nature or the muscles relax the death of the hinese lanterns and torchlights lent pat banter would be assured After harm to the surroundings while attaining this position he removes his f rocket sand bombslightcd up saw from his belt and makes a deep cut the fikj A band ttas present and danc just below the entrance to the squirrel ing and skating were among the sports den the black dust telling him when ed ht lias cut deep enough Then the saw January 16 1803 an unusually early is dropped to the ground and its crash date ihe head of the lake froze over awakens the bulldog to the fact that from shore to shore out a distance of his part of the programme is about to about twenty nxls but the ice only begin Before this he has sat motion lasted a few days liv observation many Now his dull eyes flash He M to expect the lake to takes up a position at the foot of the r once in every ten years and tree bus short neck bent backward as according to such a series it should he looks steadily upward awaiting dethis winter for by reference to velopments the dates mentioned above it will lie The climber liegins splitting out thai it froze over in 18SS in lVis block with the ax There is a rainthe of in i i ami in IMS chips iiid at last the ax penetrates the interior and the slab is pried open PAPER CABLES Already the squirrels have been plan Tlev Are sld to Be heaprr and Better ning to escape and as the light en rs liiBitlaletl Than Kuhher One tin home one of them springs out of lor many pu poses paper next to the knot hole The others would have wire is an excellent insulation audit followed but the climber sets tin steel Late ouc extensb ly into ase in blade of his a across the opening and telephonic and other cables Hut it is the slab springs back to its place barrnot v known that Baehaaia- - ing further es ape The squirrel that jumped from the tree strikes the snotty tas beta tried under water This is however the fact and one ground and endeavors to esape the smh cable is now doing excellent work rush of the bulldog A quick spring to at the bottom of the Hudson river at a neighboring tree would save it but it New York right in the track of all the hes not recover from the shock of the stic and sca lxinnd traffic f fall ijiiickly enough course the eij js lead covered and The sharp fangs of the dog are set in othcrw is protected but it depends for its back There is a cry of pain minits insula ion electrically tin thin gled with the crack of bones and a spirals of paper around each stranded vigorous and prolonged shake of the interior wire The laying of such a dogs head ends the squirrels life few Then the climber releases another vicnl a place might years ago have been considered little tim and in this way the slaughter conshort of suicidal but experience has tinues until half a donea dead squirrels deuioiisi rated the perfect practicability are scattered in the snott of the scheme The profits of his calling net the hunIn considering the laying of such ter only a scanty living because the s in such situations the fact is im law prohibits the general sale of squir portant that a one hundred pair paper ies The pot hunter has IhhH defended insulaod lead covered cable can be by assay who believe that no other callbought for fifty cents a fiot while the ing is open to him but this excuse has rublier insukitcd cable would probably little merit A climber of such daring cost not leas than three dollars per foot could easilt earn from two dollars to while Ijrared OB the basis of epial three dollars a day as a telegraph lineIrical effectiveness the price would man aud uot work half so hard or so c fifly or a hundred to one ill favor of long the psaer cable othu coaaaderataoaa left out It will thus be seen that even AS AFFAIR Or IJONOR if it lc admitted that the paper cable Is risky under water its cheapness is such that one can afford apparently to throw it aw at when it ha developed serious defects and to put in a new one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i s Â¬ C -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pilot Charles H iawson keeps a vhich among valuable scrap book other records contains the following on cold winters in this country and in Europe The information says the St Loais Republic was obtained from records of the St Louis Cathedral over forty years ago In the year 40S the Black sea was frozen over In 781 the Black sea and straits of Dardanelles were frozen In 803 the Danube and Elbe froze over and bore heavy teams for a month In 860 the Adriatic sea was frozen In 991 general freezes occurred all over Europe Crops failed the following season and famine and In 1067 pestilence closed the year travelers were frozen on the roads in nearly all sections of Europe In 1133 the River Po was frozen from Cremona to the sea wine casks burst and trees were split by the frost In li0 the Dauulie was frozen to the bottom In 14is the a ines furnished to the soldiers in the army of Flanders were frozen In and had to be cut with hatchets 1684 the ice was 11 inches thick on the Thames river and coaches drove across on the ice In 1715 booths were erected on the ice of the Thames river in which fairs were held In 1744 and 1741 the strongest ale when exposed fifteen minutes was covered with ice one eighth of an inch thick Like events occurred on the Thames river in lsto and 1S14 The same records contain entries of floods in the Mississippi at St Louis the first being made in 171 S by Francis Navier Martin but the height is aot given Uerere records a flood at St Louis jn t7r1 and Go Sargent in 1770 1783 and I7s In I2 the water was up to Main street Records of floods are also made in ISS3 1S44 and IMS but the height is not given From his own experience tapt Law son recorded the results of some cold winters as follows In Jauuary IS14 the Arkansas river was frozen to the cut off aliout twelve miles above its On January mouth of the same year the thermometer recorded 20 de grees below zero at St Louis which is supposed to be the coldest weather ever recorded here On January 5 177 the Mississippi ritcr was closed with ice from Tcrrence to the fojt of Oark Island below the mouth of the Ar kansas river In January 1S Galveston bay was partially frozen and the Ouachita and Arkansas rivers were frozen COUNTRY RICH IN FOSSILS Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 17 rrfi kjrY CURES Colic Cram pa Nausea Changes of Water Etc DiarrHoaa Flux Cholera Morbus HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLD Cuts Burns Bruises Scratched Bites of HEALS i I 109 fim 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN 0m hortwft ntwati to Br- innati satm aniTFV- - IOCKSMiDIaAND Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good --- Animals und 0 - SUD EnnrWHEHE 25 AMD 50c Pot Bottu Mo Rcuet Mo AV 50c size contains two and one half times as much a jc bottle SPRHNOFIELE HERB MEDICINE CO SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS 4 O ern all nllo VIA P M 2 V Ol - f tlie m C JJlJSJuSJJSsUl THE OK V JL a d m inrv Tn sj v mnui Shlhrrll- - d Lirrutrhir lift withatHuleJtrMastonlllHatiSoatK K V riinmnr Irir I Itt Iiv Tsrh lll inn VM V Ti mnctiua -idfi r ii ii nwlo i Krui TitanI - r - Lrito BLUE GRASS HERD VaBBaaa k Stories M 0nl ranI BIXEARSOV Ac CuiinaaU 3 3 7 05 Lv Lv - Winchester IS Georgeto Ar 0 5 10 04 II QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 6 00 At Ar Fmnkfrt C I Daily except - BERCAW C JIDl IJliJ WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS of this famous A splendid lot of pigs for salt from registered stock breed of hogs in several States Address SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited BREEDERS BEST WORMS MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALIT R N I B R R WHITES CREM Condensed News scellany R H BRONAUGH Crab Orchard Ky VERMIFUGE YEARS I Time Table No 22 In fect Nov MSIBOUNU - Ef- Â¬ A WORD TO THE PEOPLE HOUSE OF THE OLD RELIABLE SHACKELFORD GENTRY Â¬ With a history covering jc years of successful and honest dealing with the good people of Madison and adjoining counties are still in the lead with a full and complete stock of the best goods known to the trade Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything EVERY SOLD BY RirHRISO FOR 20 nil WORM Remedies ue iodBOTTLE GUARANTEED Alf DBlWT rroiMsrfsl M 18 1894 2NfCLAS A M 1ST CLASS No i Ex Sun Ex Si 10 4 MHHi LOT1 8 55 ville View I Employ la Rich 11 n r 57 11 m r m IMca frihih tyry t uuiig j Irvine sWILL BE FOUND DL- - the WEEKLY Courier Journal Oliver Chilled Plows Vandiver Barlow Corn Planter Haworths Check Keystone Di c Harrows Old Hickory Wagons and many smaller tools ot Also a full line of Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges Mystic and make Roofing and Guttering specifies Workers in tin and sheet metals I men ts 111 part nayinoo I hlcycti huh v -- tntt fhtui t work don until the bicjcie amtcs autl prove- VEST BOUND Irvmf - i If noTsoraTirls ij i Young Ladies ic i Vvitvj iui Lii aoplf tbey must be welirccom- - t 11 mai Umou Rickni C I M ACME CYCLE COnPANY a Bonanza to the Dnrlnc teolofrlral students The Had Lands said Horatio Garrett one of the most earnest rock tlel colparty ntl of the recently from Princeton Bad lege that visited the Lands of North Dakota and Montana to collect fossils area stranpe combination of desolation horror and in comprchensible freaks of the primeval world There are lofty peaks hare sod brown Inked into spires of burning rock by the hot miu of a million years The valleys between are white deserts covered with the hitter dusty lilimlinjf alkali that has made all that eonnty a desert worse than Sahara ever was said to he The lit era run white or turbid with this alkaline concretion in winter and are dry and dasty channels in the summer The paks the valleys and every feature of Ihe whole region in fact seems to le thrown down upon the earth in natures angriest mood a hideous conglomeration in which even the geo logical strati arc displaced and eu tanpled This stranpe repion wasonee the sa It washed bottom of a sea and traces of the receding waves arc visible on every hand The fossils which were Hint our main pursuit are mostly aqaat ie animals Few birds and those mostly of the semireptilian character are found amon them tthile innumerable liones of gigantic saurians dot the shale and sandstone of the valleys Mingled with them are remains of bear antelope and buffalo and relies of an intermediate age the bones of the mastodons and elephants not mammoths and of a three toed equine one of the ancestors of the horse Nome of the saurians of the eocene and miocene periods were indescribably hideous Looking upon the re mains of these monsters and paying on the awfnl scenery of the country a bit of hades upturned to view one might say- - is it any wonder the Indian- shunned the Bad Lands and said they were haunts of ghosts and the limne of evil demons 1 tee Hat I itiel tn Rower the best others 373 Â¬ Â¬ ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper Henry Wattereon is the Editor PRICE 00 A YEAR The Weekly Courier Journal makes very liberal terms to agents Hample copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to A 1 Lo w ELKHART 12 IND Vjllev V Vraille rv I ville A y C 1H McELRL XWINE OF C n Ul n Â¬ t lea c kii bi F W H A I COIRI ER JOl LODOE RN A L COM PA NY Louistille Keutuckv J DIRECTORY MASONIC -- Â¬ We want a Name and will pay for it li 30000 ltlSTAGB Richmond Lodge No 25 meet second S and fourth Tuesdays in each month P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith KENTUCKY CEHTRAL R t- - which wr Vrkft Floral yimd ror l Brfsnt hlM AJfcr wH IV Vepe-l- -i 4 pfeteaof VT tfrjcrlpMoofl ut iii Gold Flower Honrftl ihi tratin 1 rir mirniMl imnspianiina i it ii is htnlfton ri n ipt of 10 cent- - wlttcta MalM hJ in I7drrnt roton d Inks Bflv irftetiuticfJ fifin flliiliiistal Via SeMiconuin m germ or ur ntalra For Secretarv Iliin- Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 D meets third Tuesday in each month P Armer H P J Speed Smith Secv Â¬ CHOICE SWEETlo PEAS Wli SiiiHii Iricr QiifsntitjWta FAIH A npc piinmiPTof n tpi- tm have Cfoori Swf t TvMic f it S va- Tinnk quality to to nb1 to crirc our fri ritisa r ii 40 CENTS A POUXD th1 tonsnf jnnrtrr ronnl KjpcbIi HA f Cr MWTrD UULU r UKI ril riceleiit for VV tn5crniM cich pound on lirt n Ml mil nnn no una ounce 10 rentau riant 23 Richmond Commandery No 19 Reg- Â¬ ular meeting the first Tuesday in each Visiting Sir Knights are cordialmonth ly invited to attend S P Deatherage E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the full BLUE GRASS ROUTb I Fdt male Diseases ir 1 fSAAAdhafc Adtsafcafssft A 3Q 46 Â¬ Conlera cent XA m trrofor aVcruata COLUMBIAN RASPBERRY rfMMM lr111 Innilif lirrlif fmil vrv Inrcr rolor dark bnt berty l w eaaolnf rMainins Hrr tmh r mil llaror lone eami of fmttloc liiirli qnilin of late In lern not rh ori n c -does nol iin Lin fnilt nillieim 1o r Pirellcutslilrprr wowlerfntlr j rililn- over wlnuir ii i iiB Iimeil trial atwl vn lnrii lrand lniltGrowcrs Siujle i lanlsEOcU onedozin rlautaS HlH IV I lla HI UCkrr mVrZ Â¬ Â¬ j V l J S Â¬ Â¬ 1100 YOU WANT A n w r 5 rKKPAKlNCi FOR EMEROESCIES CARRIAGE CAN m 5 A tjueer Suicide Â¬ in rt js li A ttman tliousands nee her time w hen in- s ran etn among lave been inoarporated action cf machinery by el at tt onder- rd yet Barbara ftt s to Warn alL A young printer in laris committed suicide recently in a Baost strange manner lie dress himself as a pretty in ball costume pink tullc woman gown a wreath of flowers to match am rose satin shoes after lighting a pan of charcoal he lay down an his bed and when discovered was found to lie dead The articles of female attire be longed to the girl that left him behind her forever JiL u7j30 Iq Wiff iwn days ef el 4 iwcgefnpnef Dei a l i viLi aL ri Jt pitoliadueididftbi The tirelt Yrrr from Mlerohea A vert novel combinat ionof interests ais now being consummated in some of t he w Patera cities bj the union of plants Itypir bullcfs collided luiilt for the produition of light with If plants for the manufacture of ice the same iimpaairi nitrndinn lutiawiali I he So Ifjfj xjvet wii wa very poll r wo plant as a joint enterprise This idea lias also taken root at home and ilu- plans for a gas and ice plant in a near b city are already in an ad vanced Ktete of preparation elopmeat of the artificial ice biisines has been brought nlmut largely b the improvements made in tlie process of ite manufacture which not only material improved the prodaet but reduced its HE hU THE RIOHT THING to a point which seems to assure a veiy large profit even at a price much below that possible to those who get their supply from natures stock It is claimed that the plate process enables tin proawcttebe made entirely free from impurity of any sort freezing from a plate outward tending to expel all the in purities which by the can prou ss of freezing from the four sides ne If FfietKli i nu Know of the cake are lodged in the center of Ue have tried hanl to get our chil- the Mock The plate process obvi dren to say tai and mamma said the d of the riccessit y for raising father of a faaajly Inst it aVaraal the temperature of the water before it pusKibki Someliines the think of it is frozen and the best results so far u hear otic anil then au- gained by the plate process indicate lit mamma or a product of lea and five eighths tons kI night papa bnt usually it is fron a single ton of coal where r and mominer on all artificial heat isdemauded in supplying most say thai like topper and BMBbV power for the manufacture ictter than Mi s WtMend lintjuirinfrtyl In the can process the llow is are papa and luamina and I believe that said to have never exceeded results tons it Mr Ieuox you and Mr Lakewood seven mimon use of the familiar to a ton f coal and the average were such friends and now you act mj ue to ilu- fi t that product hesbeeu much less What has come haturjiM than this strangely simpler and more propori ion The plate process neces you formal and wore affec sitates a heavier investment in the Charley Inox eagerly--T- he awatt tionate and look for the time whon original plant birt gives a higher per est woman in the world popper and znommcr will hold full sway centage of return upon its cost when Three days later Lakewood was told ulr in the human heart bat in Um once in operation she could only bu a sister to him- cold and formal diction Truth Thrualis Odd Fanev A rOBaaf Vi on thrush takaa from last summer and raiscil hy hafid has a bath and a run every morn ing on in all the other birds t r in Harpers Young People A few days ago he had Ids freedom as while wa at bn all fail m my return a glance at Sfjajeky disclosed something hanging from his bill an Inch oi aac in length The bird was caught ami it was found had swallowed a w hieh it had found in the sewiug be rabbe white elolh and saja u bini had mistaken this ien the short time it had ham in the binls alf of it had hailed careful management and it ti sured six as as lig around iic li wrapping ftvine It is ilson thrush that tbaang an aaorahaf i 1 i 1 - riate PrK e Maid to Bender lee Fn J c5uf mcf w c a coiricied The free and unlimited coinage of LOWER silver the product of American mines If KNIUHTS OF HONOR of mitv odge No CH K of H meets at the old ratio ot 16 of silver to ver Friday ev ning in the Odd Feilows gold is the only solution of and hall at 7 oclock HI Rice Dictator remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ M E W Rowland Reporter n factory condition of trade manufacKNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ture and general business of the counI KEMTUGKY CARRIAGE WORKS White Lolge No 43 K P meets evtry The surrcptiiious act ot 1873 4 ery Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows CI hall at oclock C W Tudor C C divorcing silver and gold in our mone38 as C C Hooker K of R and S 888S tary system was a crime of untold You dont want to have your picmagnitude It was the rankest kind ture taken in tht shape of class legislation in favor of the Yes do QJinnjinjnxiruiJJTJTnnjTnxLnjxruTjxri ninjrintJTjajxrLaric Wouldnt you rather wait until the wealthy against the producers of 9 If vou nee E If you need hardware cutlery 5 harrows plows swelling in your face has gone down wealth and hostile to the prosperity No Indeerl if I did the picture lioes axes collars harness nails bar iron blacksmith or of the United States It was an act wouldnt le of aajr use to me I am iiiiiiK or fitriiiinit im iitenients Miing for a divorce and need some carpenters tools spokes felloes I of treason because done at the instance T J J Jll yaTcau iuu iauc iiisiKuituicu suiu an DI proof to show how the old lady has of any kind call on 5 hubs Ac See cot business conducted for moocratc rtct of a European syndicate and for bribe Oyn Orncc is Opposite U S Patcnt OrnctJ Fliegende Hlaetter used me up JtrurnjxruurjxruiJuiJTJTJxruinrLrb txui iAJtnjTJxruxruxruirjiii uinrLruc and we can secure patcnt in less time than those J money giving aid and comfort to remote from Washington AN INVESTIGATOR Send model drawing or photo with descrip t our countrys enemies To shield tion We advise if patentable or not tree off charge Our fee not due till patent is secured the guilty parties the well rrthenti OTLriniisiunjrinijiriniujirirLfiri How to Obtain Patents with J A Pamphlct 18 cost of same in the U S and foreicu countries t cated facts often published have been jscrt tree Address Vulcan vigorously denied P ueciaeaiy The Enquirer will continue to exChilled 2 Eardvare and Grocerv Firm in The Ofp Pstint Ornct Washington d C s pose this unpardonable crime until E pow Eicamond Best 30 2 mjuuiJutuuuinjixinjinTjTnjinnjinnji right and justice are done the people by the full restoration of silver to its rJ old companionship with gold We FA t BluV V ftfiT ajrnruTJu uiruuTjTJuin nruTJinui rurnxuin ruxruxrui njiruiruvrirurLp need the assistance of the people in A lull stock ol fresh groceries 2 Salt lime cement seed oats disseminating the truth to which end seed potatoes aud grass mcs of Also a choice line of queens- we invite all in your selection of paevery kiud can lie bought at pers for the coming season to include ware At lowest prices From s TJK the Enquirer that costs only 100 a KiafSin mjmjrnjuijUUuiJtnnjTjTjTrinjuijin SL SaiiaV S year Issued twice a week J 3S37 Kui Liberal commissions and cash reHe in a spirit of investigation Why wards given to cfub raisers dont you marry Sample 1 WE SELL AS LOW AS WE ti g THAN EVER REEORE m WE HAVE TOO MANY WE ARE AFTER CAS i n A I Ross W moon in every month M B F Cotton Secretary Kingston Lodge No 31 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the lull moon in every month T C Wit Secretarv I M Boen V M Waco Lodge No 33S meets fourth Saturday in every month John F White WM J H Turpin Secretary Hamilton Lodge No 578 at John 1 Union City meets second Saturday in month John D Hamilton W M loan L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone I odge No Boones borough meets third Saturday in every Wm Bennett W M month S Oldham Secretary Berea Lodge No 617 meets the first Saturdav in each month at 7 oclock p as E L Robinson Secretarv E T Fish Master IOoF Madison Lodge No 14 meets every Mondav at their hall on Main street R CKirby N C S H Thorpe V G Frazee Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets every t and third Thursday in Odd fn Fellows Hall on Main street Richmond FJ Lipscomb C P L J Frazee Scribe Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No meets second Thurdai in each month at Odd Felloes Hall C R Tudor Cap ton L J Fiazf e Clerk Â¬ shortest and Quickest Koir Kentucky to All Po and South west - PATENTS ate Fees vicinity ot cilities for ed Send N Through rain service between Cincir nati Middles borough Ky and Knoxvile Tenn Caveat and Trade marks obtained and all patent business conducted for Moder securing patents areuns My office is in the immediate the Patent Office and my fa and L t s or NRR 1st itn 4jat model sketch draw ing or pho tograph Willi description and statement as to advantages claimed No charge is made for an opinion as to patentability and my fee for prosecuting the application will not be called for until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled 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