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VOLUME MADIS3N COUNTY CIRCUIT VIII DISECTOSY fI I II RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL COLUMN B WEDNESDAY Latest U S MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of 1 MARCH 201895 A Co i F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ etA IMP wWuewtMW NUMBER I 41 WHOLESALE DIVORCE There are Many Infelicitous Homes in COIRT J C Mge Commonwealths Attv B A Crutcher k H Thorpe Commissioner S E Scott Trustee of Jury Fund S E Scott Court convenes third Mondar in Jan- Â¬ uary civi second Monday in April and the first Monday in September and December Â¬ T J Scott ssktal sraasBY MOIGAN j A America YATES J MORGAN Richmond Bin YATES DEXTISTS - One Reparation Kentucky over Maiisoa National Z Every Eleven Mar m unto or iHlniMee iivr Some Vt holesome A1 on House hold Morals First Oimrrls Etc Â¬ lor COUNTY COURT Orrica Main Street fudge lames R Biirnam Clerk John K White Attorney TevU Cobb Sheriff J P Simmons Tailer J F Wager Coroner M J Brown Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor I B Broaddtis Superintendent Public Schools Mrs Amanda T Million County court is held on the first Mem da in each month 1 WELBT W WJRGIN DENTIST Richmond Offi- Kentucky No 2 Talmape chose as the sub ject of Sunday afternoon 11 loll iu the New York Academy of Music a subject of national interest viz Wholesale Hivoiec The text w s aelccted from Matt xix 6 What therefore ioii hath joined together let not man put sands of infelicitous homes in America no one will doubt If there were only one skeleton in the closet that nifffai be looked up and abandoned but in many a home there is i fckeleton in the hallway and a skeleton in all the t pi rt mentis In happily married are two words -- ptive of many a homestead It - no orthodox minister to prove to adly matcd pair that there is a hell they are there now Sometimes a rrand and jrracious woman will lie thus incarcerated and her life will be a riH ifivion as was Usecsae with Mrs Si omiicy the jrreat tioetess and the treat oul Sometimes a consecrated man will be united to a fury as was lohn Wesley or united to a vixon as was John Milton Sometimes and jenerally both parties are to blame and Thomas Carlyle was an intolerable seoid and his wife smoked and aware nnd Fromie the historian nailed aside the em tain from the lifelong squabble at tiraigenputtock and Five Lhevue Fow Some say that for the alleviation of all these domestic disorders of which we hear easy divorce is a g nod prescription Cod sometimes authorizes divorce as certainly as He authorizes I have just as much regard runrriajre for one lawfully divorced as have for lint you know tine lawfully married and I know that wholesale divorce is one of our natioial acomgea am not surprised at this when I think of rluences which have been abroad Militating against the marriajre relji 11 -Â¬ 1 Rev Ir Street r over Chenatilti grocery Second asunder That there are hundreds and thou DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Kemicky Richmond IrricB Smith building oo to 12 M MAGISTRATES AND CONSTABLES Monday Constable Eugene Todd Third District R R Wells first Sat urdav Constable Fourth District Johr Doty second Saturday Constable Amos Ellison Fifth District S Maupin fourth Mon da Constable C C Lamb Sixth District U S Covle third Sat urdav Constable James W Bratcher nh District N B Coy second Saturday Constable J W Rroaddus Eighth District Elza C Million third y Constable Thomas Jones The times of holding magistrates courts are the months of February May August and November BEREA POLICE CO RT M P Armer third Wednesday Constable Wm P Simmons rid District Green B Million third Frst District D Main 4 Street Office 3- - Prictie limited to tlcn istrv 100 to I M J L HARRIS Richmond M D DDS Kfni dckt and bridge urk a peoaty Office in fcllins building Main street Office hours q a m to ta m 1 to 4 p m 33 22 ATT0S1TETS CS POWELL shal dav in each month Rawlines Judge J H Fourth Sat ur Gabbard Mar- ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Kentucky Â¬ Office same as Richmond Water treet CITY Light Cos 3 on Judge Henry C Rice Attorney P H Sullivan Chief of Police I D Ft enev Collector David Freeman rt is held on the first Tuesday in each month CITY COUNCIL till RT W R SHACKELFORD Richmond ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Will practice in all the Courts Office over Richmond National Hank same as Col Capertons 43- - T T Covington Mayor James B Stoufft r N f STEPHEN D PARRISH ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Kentucky B Turpin t on 1 H Veff Ed Rowland A E Carse John A Mershon S S Parkes Treasurer C D Pattie Cletk CHtfSCH DIEECTOEY METHODIST Richmond M E Church fSouth Pas- tor Rev A Redd Services at 11 a tn se ond fourth and filth Sundays at 730 p m each Sunday Sabbath school oclock Prayer meetings at 730 p m each Wednesday Providence M E Church South Services fist and third Sundays Pastor Â¬ Rev Church South Services second Sunday morning and night Plate meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sunday school e try Sunday afternoon at 3jo Kirksville M E Church South Pastor B F Cosbv PasCollege Hill Centenary M E tor J F Grider Services first Sunday ng and fourth Sundav morning and night Pravei meeting every alternate Sunday school every neaday night ay morning M Redd Colege Hill A E Â¬ Â¬ PRESBYTERIAN Richmond Southern Pastor Services every Sun lay at and 730 p m Sunday school 930 a m r meeting every Wednesday nighl at 7 30 Pas Richmond Second Presbyterian L McKee Services 11 am tor Rev and 7 30 p m r Creek Chape Pastor Rev A awford Services second and fourth Sundays morning and night Prayer meeting Saturday and Wednesday nights Sunday school every Sun at 6 oclock day at 10 a m Bethel Meeting House second and fifth Sundays Formans Chapel fourth Sunday Kirksville Pasor Rev Wm Crow First and third Sundav s nam BATTIST Pastor Richmond and Third Saturdays and Sundays Sun lav school 9 a m each Sabbath Praver meeting each Thursday night Richmond Piedestinarian Pastor Rev Second Saturday and E H Burnam Sundav and fourth Sunday Pas Richmond First United colored tor Eider MCampbell Third Saturday and following Sundav in each month at a m and also 3 and 7 p m on Sundav Silver Creek Pastor Rev R L Am Fourth Saturday and following Sundav Pastor Rev J I Wills Inion Third Saturday and following Sundav Viney Fork Pastor Rev J I Wills Second Saturday and Sunday Waco Pastor Rev T H Campbell Serond Sundav and preceding Saturday Red Lick Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Third Sunday and preceding Saturday Formans Chapel First Saturday and Sunday Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Cane Spring Calvinist first Saturday and Sundav Pastor Rev Wm Rupard Goodloes Chapel Speedwell United Pastor H Dunson First Satcolored urday and Sundav in each month Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Third Saturday and Sundav Havs Fork Third Sundav and preceding Saturday Second Saturday and Pilot Knob Sundav Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Kirksvile brick cburchj Pastor Rev T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rjv M A Jones Second Sundav and preceding Saturday and fourth Sunday 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or many years the platforms of the rang- with talk about a free love millennium There were meet Patents Caveats Trade Marks Designs Etr Report as to patentability of invention Free of injfs of this kind held in the ooper inCharge U orpsi ed facilities Moderate terms stitute New York Fremont Temple before applying for a patent write me 46- Host on and all over the iand Some the women who were most prorni C H BRECK ni nt in that movement have si nee been distinguished for great iromis uosity ATTORNEY AT LAW of affection Popular themea tor such Kentucky occasions were the tyranny of man Richmond the oppression of the marriage relaOffice up iron stairway at Crooks corner Main tion womens rights an e affinities and second Street 52 Prominent speakers were women with short curls and short dresses and very J A SULLIVAN lonir tongue everast inirly at war with od because they were created women ATTORNEY AT LAW while on the platform sat meek men Kentucky w th soft accent and cowed demeanor Richmond apologetic for ma culinitv and hoid ing the parasols while the termagant 16- Orrics 106 Main Street up staias orators weat on preaching the doctrine H B HOGG of free love That campaign of about twenty years ATTORNEY AT LAW set more devils into the marriage rela ons in the next Kentucky fifty than will lie exorcised went home Richmond Men and women from such meetings so peinanentiv Office No 13 First street up stairs 31 30 confused as to who were their wires and husbands that they never got out W B SMITH of the perplexity and the criminal and the civil courts tried to disentangle ATTORNEY AT LAW the llliad of woes and this one got aliKentucky mony and that one got a limited di- Â¬ Richmond vorce and this mother kept the children on condition that the father could Office in Collins Building at head of stairs 31 30 sometimes come and look at them and I those went into poor bowses and those D M CHKKAULT went into an insane asylum an I those went into dissolute public life and all ATTORNEYS AT LAW went to destruction The mightiest Kentucky war ever made against the marriage Richmond institution was that free love camOffice on Second street over Chenaults gro paign sometimes under one name and cery 31 30 sometimes under another Another influence that has warred PHYSICIANS upon the marriage relation has been polygamy in Itali That was a stereoDR H RGIBSON typed caricature of the marriage relation and has poisoned the whole land PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON You might as well think that you can Kentucky have an arm in a state of atortiftcatkm Richmond and yet the whole body not be sickened as to have those territories Office in the Joe I ollins building 18 and 30 Second Street over Whites new drugstore 27polyganiized and yet t he body of the nation not feel the putrefaction Hear DR A H STEWART it good men and women of America that so long ago as IMS a law was PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON passed by congress forbiddintr polyg Kentucky amy in the territories and in all t lie Richmond places where they had jurisdiction Twenty four years passed along and ats Main Mreet over Covington Orrics Mitchells clothing store Residence 619 North five administrations before the first Street 34- brick was knocked from that fortress of libertinism DR O A KENNEDY Every new president in his inaugural tickled that monster with the straw of PH YSJCIAX A XD S URGEON and every congress Kentucky condemnation proposingsoine plan stnl Richmond thai tified itself in Polygamy stood Office in Smith Building No 704 Main Street up would not work Office hours 12 to and 4 to 5 oclock more intrenched and more brazen and 13- stair more puissant and more braggart and lames Buchanan a more infernal DR JOHN IL FOSTER much abused man of his day did more PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEOX for the extirpation of this villany than administra K en rucKY most of the subsequent Richmond Mr Ituehanan sent out an tions OrrtCB army and although it was halted in i7 Main Street between Second and Third streets up stair residence at corner Main lis work still he accomplished more and Tates Creek Avenue tUTansomeof the administrations which At did nothing but talk talk talk G W EVANS M D last hot not until it had poisoned gen Kentccky Orations polygamy has received Richmond Having retired from the practice of medicine death blow several years ago for reasons best known to my Polygamy in Itah warred against country Â¬ i 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 3- i self I again offer my professional services to the Persons desirpeople of Richmond and vicinity ing my services will find my office nrst door north of the residence of N B Deatherage on Second Mreet DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Kentucky Richmond Store Office on Second Street over Yeagers Jewelry Residence on Third Street 3-- an awful sewer of iniquity sending up its miasma which was wafted by the winds north south east and west w ithout the whole land leing affected by it the marriage relation throughout the land It was impossible to have suii DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre- Â¬ ceding Saturday Pastor L H Reynolds Fifth Sunday J W Harding Glade Third Sunday and preceding Saturday Elder Cartwright Kirksville Second Sunday and preceding Saturday Joseph Ballew Mt Pleasant Second and fourth Sun- Â¬ days and preceding Saturdays Pastor Sabbath school 10 a Â¬ CHAS HOOKER TETERINAR Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Vrteriitary College Veterinary Dentistry snd Sterility a- Specialty Office over Richardson fv llittos Saddlers Shop 46- Maui St below First Richmond Ky trt Mt Zion L H Reynolds first Sundav in each month K L Cartwright on third Sunday Richmond Eder W F Smith Services every Sunday at 11 a m Sunday school at 930 a ano 730 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening m Â¬ McELREES WINE OF CARDUII j at 730- - Second Sundav White Oak Pond Pastor L H Reynolds Union Christian Church Second Suh dj in each month and Saturday precedElder W S Gamboe Pastor ing CHRIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL m Â¬ Â¬ ab Q Morning service and sermon at 11 oEvening sersice and sermon at clock Ladies at 4 clock duiing the winter S ci tv on Friday at j p in L M Wil Sinn Rector CATHOLIC Richmond Pastor Rev Father Major Services first and third Sunday at Lecture and benediction on the 10 a m same evening- - Emplovs the BEST does the Printer TIE best work and you mav count on the price uemg rigtu oive believing us a call cum v Foi Female Diseases VI 4 j Another influence that has warred against the marriage relation in tins country has been a pnstilons literature with its millions of sheets every choked with stories of domestic wrongs and infidelities and masscre until it is a wonder to me that there are any decencies or any common sense left on the subject of marriage One half of the news stands of all our cities reek with tne tilth Now say some we admit ai i these evils and th only way to clear them out or correct them is by easy Well beore we yield o divorce that cry let us find out how easy it is now I have locked over the laws of all the states and I find that while in si nie states it is easier than in others The stnte of in every state it is easy Illinois through its legislature recite a long list of proper cause- - for divorce and then closes up by giving to the court the right to make a decree of divorce in a case where they deem it exAfter th3t yui are not surpedient prised at the announcement that in one counts of the state of Illinois in I one year there were s33 divorces you want to know iiow easy it have only to look over the records of the states In the city of an Praacisco 333 divorces in one year and in twenty Is thai years in New England u00O not easy enough If the same ratio continue the ratio of multiplied divorce and multiplied causes of divorce we arc not fai from the time when our court Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ have to set apart whole days for application and all yon will have to prove niMiusta man wilt lie that he left his newspaper in the Middle of the floor and all that you will have to prove against a woman is that her husbands overcoat is buttonless Causes of di vorce double in a few years double in Prance double in England and double in the Lnited States To show how very easy it is I have to tell you tlrit in Western Reserve O the projiortion of divorces to marriages ccl orated is one to eleven in Khode Isknd is one to thirteen in Vermont OW to fourIs not that easy enougn teen I w int you to notice that frequency of divorce always goea along with the dissoluteness of so ict v BoBW for ive hundred years had not one case of divorce Those were her dayaoi glory and virtue Then the reign or vice began and divorce became epidemic If yon want to know how rapidly the em pire went down ask Gibbon What we want in this country and in all lands is that divorce be made more and more difficult Then people before they enter that relation will lie per- Â¬ suaded that there will probably be no escape from il except through the door of the spulcher Turn tuev will pause on the verge of that relation until fully satisfied that it is U st and that it is ri rlt and that it is happiest Then we siail have no more marriage in fun Then men and women shall not enter the relation with the idea it is only a trinl trip and if they do not like it tliev can get out at the first landing Then this whole question will be taken oul of the frivolous Into the tremend- Â¬ ous and there will tie no more joking aboust the blossoms in the bride s hair than about the cypress on a coffin What we want is that the congress of the United Mates change the national constitution so that a law can be which shall be uniform all over the country and what sbrli lie right in one state shall lie right in all the states and what is wrong in one state will be wrong in all the states How is it now If a party in the marriage relation gets dissatisfied it is one necessary to nine to another state to achieve liln ration from the domestic tie and divorce is affected so easy that the first one party knows of it is seeing it in the newspaper that Bev Dr Somebody on March 17 introduced in a new marriage rela km member of the household who went off on a pleasure excursion to Kewport or a business excursion to Chicago Married nt the brides house No cards are states iu the Union which ally put a premium upon the Legration of the marriage relation while there are other states like our own New York state that had for long time the pre eminent idiocy of making marriage lawful at twelve and fourteen rears of age congress of the lnited states needs to more for a change of the na tional constitution and then to ap point a committee not made up of single gentlemen but of nun of lam am their families in Washington who shall prepare a good honest righteous comprehensive uniform law that will control everything from Sandy Hook to the Golden Horn That will put an end to brokerages in marriages That will send divorce law yers into a decent business That will set people agitated for many years on the question of how shall thet get away from each other to planning how they can adjust themselves to the more or less unfavorable circumstance More difficult divorce will put an es toppel to a great est artipon marriage as a financial speculation There are men who go into the relation just as they go into Wall street to purchase The female to be invited into shares the partnership of wedlock is utterly- unattractive and in ilispo ition a sup- - j pressed Vesuvius Everybody knows it but this masculine candidate of matrimonial orders through the commercial agency or through the county records finds out how much estate is to be inherited and be calculates it He thinks out how long it will he be- Â¬ fore the old man will die and whether be can stand the refractory temper If until he does die for he says can not stand it then through the di vorce law Ill back out That process is going on all the time an I men enter the relation without any moral principle w ithout any affection and it is as much a matter of stock speculation as anything that transpired yesterday in Union Pacificlllinois Central or Delaware and Lackawanna Now suppose a man understood as he ought to understand that if he goes into that relation there is no possibility of his getting out or no probability he would be more slow to put his He would say to neeU in the yoke himself Rather than a Caribbean whirlwind with a whole fleet of ship- Â¬ ping in its arms give me a zephyr off fields of sunshine and gardens of peace Rigorous divorce law will also hinder women from the fatal mistake of marrying men to refom them If a young man by tweatj 4ve years of age or thir- Â¬ ty years of age has tha b bit of strong drink fixed on him he is as certainly bound for a drunkard grave as that a train starting out from the lirand Central depot at 8 oclock to morrow morning is bound for Albany The train may not reach Albany for it may he thrown from the track The voting man may not reach a drunkard s grave for something may throw him off the iron track of evil habit but the probn tiility is that the train that starts tomorrow morning at S oclx k for Albany will get there and the probability is that the young man who has the habit of strong drink fixed on him be Core 33 or M years of age will arrive at She knows he a drunkards grave drinks although he tries to hide it by chewing cloves Everybody knows he drinks Parents warn neighbors and She will marry him she fi iends warn will reform him K she is unsuccessful in the experi ment why then the divorce law will habitual Jieoaiisc her emancipate dronkeunebs is a cause for divorce in Indiana Kentucky Florida Connecticut aui nearly all the states so the ooor tiling joes to the altar of sacriIf you will show me the poverty--trucfice streets in the city I will show vou the homes of the women who mar In one ease ried nen to rcf rin them out of ten thousand it may be a sne never saw the ccssful experiment successful cxperiitK nt Hut have a rigorous divorce law and that woman If I am affianced to that will su inrfn it is for life A rigorous divorcee law will also do much to binder hasty and inconsiderate marriage Under the impre sion that MM can be easily released people enter the relation without inquiry and re Romance and impulse rule ttectkm the day Perhaps the only ground for the marriage compact is that sne liKCs his looks and he admires the graceful way she passes around the ice cream at the picnic it is all they kuow about each other It is all the preparation woman that could notmake for life a loaf of bread to save her life will obey and cherish to swear A Christian will marry un atheist and nnd wretched- hat always ma no If n man ro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 in Leavening Power Pn fed iakLngf 2sS VWAwJl ABSOLUTELY PURE Ik life- i Â¬ Govt Report payable in gold 9500400 bonds of the city of Louisville sold to Parson Leach Warnina to Expectant euwitea dollar nor with your long Happiness Having read mucn ab ut love in a cottage people brought up in ease will go anil Starve in a hovel Pv the wreck of 10000 homes by the holocaust of 10000 sacrificed men and women by the hearthstone of the family which is the corner stone of the state anil iu the name of that ioi who hath tip that family institu tion and who hatli made the breaking of the marital oath the most appalling of all perjuries I implore the congress of the United states to make mm righteous uniform law for all the states and from oeean to ocean on this subject of nfarriage and divorce Let me shv to the hundreds of young people in this house tnis afternoon be- Â¬ fore you gie your heart and hand in hoiy alliance explore the disposition scrutinize the taste question the an cestry and find out the ambitions Do not take the heroes and the heroines of cheap novels for a model Do not put your lifetime happiness in the keeping of a man who has a reputation ing a little loose in morals or in the keeping of a woman who dr fast Remember that while are a Kindly gift oi vou wrinkles or accident may d them Remember that Byron was no more celebrated for his beauty than for his depravity Remember that Ab soloins hair was not more plendid than iiis habits were despicable Hear it hear it The only foundation for happy marriage that has ever been or ever will be la good character Ask liod whom you shall marry if A union formed in you marry at all prayer will be a happy union though sickness jalc the cheek ami poverty empty the bread tray and death open the small graves and all the pa life strewn with thorns from the marriage aiia with its wedding march and orange blossoms clear on down to the last farewell at that gate where Isaac and Abraham and sar dam and Bve parted -- the two governments on this very sub- jeet tinting back for many years Illp sit on taken by Secretary lain is in strict accordance w ith the assertions of our secretaries of state since the time of the Yirginus affair when a dispatch almost identical words with that sent by Secretary dresiiatn was indicted by Mr Kv Â¬ Â¬ arts The not Ame iean vessels to proceed lnited States government then inly insisted upon the riiht of through Cuban waters without molestation or i lterference but threatened war if this right was disputed Minister Sickles was instructed to wait for twelve days after conveying the ulti innti m of the lnited States in a voireous but as firm a manner as pos sible and then if a satisfactory reply was received to bundle up all the written manuscript records of the legation and bring them home with him leaving such printed documents as the oftiet mic ht contain to the care of any friendly minister in Madrid who would accent the charsre There is no doubt that this course would have been followed by Secretary Ureaaam in his future instructions to Minister Taylor had Spain shown any disposition to procrastinate unduly or to combat the contention of the lnited Mates But Spain profiting by repeated experience has hastened with com mendable wisdom to set herself right president since bis return to Washington has approved every step taken by secretary tresham and hi overealous friends w no expected that he would fimi fault with the secretarys actii n will now join in the choru of approval which this new American pol icy of the administrat ion is certain to call forth Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j WsnNrto March H The presi- cent and Mrs Cleveland took a long drive in the country Sunday afternoon 5 looking in exelleat health Tswitv IhiiiiMiid Mrrh mo March 18 The feature of tliest Patricks Hay celet ration here Sunday was a long parade coanposed of mi -- rrIIPFXT DR11F HIT ni let me s i v t 01 h o tills relation if mil make one man woman lianni- - von have not live n vain hrist savs that what lb is to the church you ought to be to each other and if sometimes through differ ence of opinion or difference ion ton make up vour mind that your marriage wasa mistake patiently bear and forbear remembering that life at the longest is short and that for those wiio have been badly mated in this world deatii will give quick and immediate bill of divorcement written in letters of green grass on quiet graves Ami perhaps my brother my sister perhaps you may appreciate each other better in Heaven than you have appreciated each other on earth And let me say to those of you who are in happy married union avoid first quarrels have no unexplained corre spondence with former admirers cultivate no suspicions rn n moment of bad temper do not rush out and te neighbors do not let any of the round abouts of society unload in your house their baggage of gab ami tittle tattle do not on your stand rights learn how to apologize do not lie so proud or so stubborn or so devilish that you will not make up Remember that the worst domes Â¬ tic misfortunes and most seandaioua divorce eases started from little in- Â¬ felicities The whole niled up train of ten rai car- - telescoped and smashed at the foot of an embankment one hun- Â¬ dred feet down came to thai catastro Â¬ phe by getting two or tiiree inch the track borne of the greatest do mes c misfortunes and the divorce cases have started froru lit- Â¬ tle mismiderstanainirs that were alÂ¬ lowed to go on and go on until home and respectability and religion and immortal soul went down in the crash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wide-soundi- t Mrs KsTfiEinrfK Tonn CiiiT rrxPEN window of the late Maj den Thos L Crittenden of thi- - state died at the Many internal remedies are being akin- - 9 I home of her nephew Kdmond II Tayfully and -- lib y Mivt illlor Ktena Park Chicairo after an Shorten Labor Lessen Pains of CaHaVA birtr ness of two weeks Funeral at Frankei ComiconA fort vrumau that a prep-l one weeks session the Christian MENSTRUAL DISORDERS county grand jury has returned fiftv six indictments Of this nniiiWr twenty-one indictments were returned for furnishing liquor to minors and six for veiling cigarette to minors under eighteen years old It is- enly hy persis A mkk im of representative citizens that tbe hoar of X of Nelson county was held at Barns Child birth is rubln d A its terror and no S rTi I r im irtli dnuo thiL Kef town the other afternoon to discuss MOTHERS FRIEND the question of free turnpikes John For further information address II Mattingly who was elected chair- Â¬ THE BRAOFIELO REGULATOR COMPANY man of the meetiny present figures which according to ni ATLANTA GA estimate would make the tax rate for maintainI M rttifiiing the turnpikes in the county in their present condition at public expense thirty five cent- - on the 100 A number of speeches were made and IS THE BEST C PVJ riTFoa a kins only two persons present expressed CORDOVAN themselves against making the turn Â¬ nSNCM a CNAMCLLEO CALF pike free 43 FlNC CAUKMGAAtn L O Dkativ a Frankfort convict 3SPP0LICE3 SOLES who was a prisoner at the Mt Sterling F50 2 WORKINjail when Thomas Blair was lynched has furnished Attorney A T Wood 2l7BcrcSaflH3HDQ a list of eleven names which Deatly alaV LADIE3 leges are some of Blairs murderers A A Run 101 revival is sweeping over fTV Kentucky from Rieiimond southeast to SEND FOR CATALOGUE VLDOUOLAaf the Cumberland mountains Kwva Over One Million PeopleiuaiA3i At llooktown thieves stole - netis wear the and set of harness W L Douglas 3 4 Shoes Pensions issued the other day Re All our shoes are equally satisfactory issue -- Stephen Cnnaey Cntahing LesThey give the best value lor the money Thay equal custom allocs In style and fit lie county Charles Keid Louisville Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed Jefferaon county James J Toliver he prices are uniform stamped en sole Prom Si to t saved over other snakes Freestone Rowan eoaaty If your dealer cannot supply you we ran Sold hy WUBI eonntv is contemplating ex tensive road improvements JACZ FEEKA2T Wilson has Diti rv oi r 111 5S Richmond Sy found only two jiersons in Mercer county who admit that tbcj are affected by the income taa law ivkb fifty deaths are said to have resulted in Fiord county from a disease ling cholera V STUART JONES Proprietor Till following notice sent to county I superintendents by Supt Thompson will tie welcome news to many leach Pure Whiskies Wines The era throughout the state treasurer is now assured that by the Brandies c t of April he can honor warrants for A1 the whiskey taz hb leen raised half the balance j el lue vour tea will hercaftr sell pure He can not confidently promise that Jet t whiskey at 22 per gallon the remainder can be paid Wlore I have engaged the services off Mr Roht fuly 1 Terrill a bartcader who wll he pleaded to I i - Mothers PATENTS Caveats and Trade all patent buvii mark- obtained ami My office ate Fees vicinity of the Patent Office and - for securing patents art ed Send model sketch dra tograph with description and statement a to advantages claimed siade tor patentability and tru the application will not be calied for the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled It containing full information tun tree Addr Franklin H Hoi nDC t Me treet WLDouclas CUAF wflvL ssa ax -- MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY WORMS WHITES CREAM fi- G- VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORN Remedies mi EVERY BOTTLE SOLD BY VI nRnm Trpmr4 hj viipu ink Co GUARANTEED Mti IM f 1 r r tC u PKT s t I mpIoyi i Young nH3wTrX P IMen mm lUIV aaMi Garnett House Saloon- prOrs Young Ladie- If iNv tnaodeil I Wnfe Im 1w1 mfMaW on hi turiculan iTthfT must be well retool - ACME CYCLE COMPANY ElKHAKT Vt INO - Z0DGS DiaZCTOBT M s imated there were twen- aand people n the parade rvjl crowas or spectators tnronge i the ine of march Kidman in the Iactfir 81 Pi It is reiiiii la March ported that all the Russian Mediterranean squadron lias been ordered to the Pacific to Ik- in rcadincsj to make a ixis ible demonstration in concert regard to the with Great Britain I B pi null demands on hina lT lailer of Irish and Catholic socie ta THE MARKETS i have liis friends call ami see him W FtoT fancy i f H i 70 is i vrt sri 40 30 Var hM ill JMB Hanietl HoaseSalaaa nd Street Richmond Lo meet second and fourth Tuesdays in each monti P Deatherasje Master J Speed Smith Secretar Richmond meets tinri P Armer Royal Arch Chapter No i each month IMUIIV t nV aarthwt 1 -- sAaNfasSfSfJJss 1 I winter red sotd ions- - c nh Whkat ncer No h at I7c n n mix d track it 4 4r li tm mixed ear h Nn an c 1 Hot I St Pons March 18 Parly Sunday morning the storage waicnouse and o dealers elevator of Hugh Rogi rs I and Lrain at the corner of the Levee and Rreuien avenue was burned causing a loss of tSOOOOOoa the build ing and contents fully insured The fire raged all day Wlirrclfe t rne fits Dof Nu Vohk March - a southerner arrested for drunkenness Sunday wore manv diamonds carried a revolver and had a hairless Mexican dog under his TCat ire at st Ioiii Kvr bin th - mixed at N oa track tent at t mixed Wft iii r Cattxi rs i v noire iv mrdlum bin JT1 tii pair food common s tJTjJ Vfai aivks Market iotv hut l air to foaal lirbt Until receipt ijo HOBS nni- rouuniu an Market active and firm - ft eiclier on hip-pe- In Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trilling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health cut ol sorts weak If ycu are Richmond Commander ular meeting the fin g Sir month iv invited lo attend SP Speed Smith Recorder D--- J HP i h i Madison Lcnlge No 13 at K Saturday evening before th K A moon in tverv inunth sW 15 M KI irv ston Lodge No 5 day evening moon in every n r I M Boen V M Waco Li irth Saturday in every morrli W K K V L M 1 1 I i butchers H JO l 7S ronh Hi1 il1 ep packet eouunoa and Seect r- snirp tjll rood to IAMW-e-he- choice llV Kood to choice Hoii Ui nit 9 SV Kv fio ulv common to Lambs Extra common to fair e1 uu WHfAr No OUJc red Im im ur Mn ch spot April oJ Hay and March It inline KENTUCKY STATE NEWS A YolNC Mens Democratic club has beer organized at Paris dogs in the White SiiKKiKrfiiNO Many sheep killed Stat on locality Ktivn rs from Whites Station and Silver Creek quote clorn at 1113 ami er rei Mar ytc steam Â¬ nixed No J COM HATS No - and March - Browns mi veil do ICTK So t walla NK V western X317c r sh SPAINS REPLY It is Entirely Satisfactory to Our Government Spain Says She Will Look Into the Allianca Affair ahi- - an Investigation rmn terifieit tv Kecrer Mean Spain Mill Fvpres in Â¬ Will Make Her Report time Her Vet-1- and if Copt Are Warned siiim roN March Is Spain has A disreplied to Greahama demand patch was received Sunday night which so far as it goes is entirely satiafactory a response to the lnited St a tea It to the last part of Secretary flreshams dispatch in which he insists that im-Â¬ mediate and positive orders be given to not to in Spanish naval commander terfere with legitimate merchant com merce passing through Windward channel and prohibiting all acts wan Â¬ tonly imperiling life and property nited lawfully unlet the llig of the W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 States That part of the dispatch which re Â¬ fers to be firing apoa the Allianca is re erved for future reply after an in vestisration by Spain as to the circum Â¬ stances which surrounded it There is 110 doubt in tiie minds of the president and the secretary of state that this an will receive a prompt disavowalunauthorized act and that due ex on of regret on the part of Spain will be forthcoming Secretary Gres ham comnuinicate1 the substance of Spains response to the president as soon as it bad been translated but he was unwilling to give it out for publi cation It is understood however that the dispatch conveyed the information thai orders have been issued to the commanders of the Spanish in Cuban waters not to interfere with legitimate American commerce and to use ever precaution to avoid any acts which might lead to any inan by complications ternational exercise of undue zeal The Spanish minister and those tak leir cue from him who have been living the story of ssman uad relegating the ea iticident to the realm of fiction will be faced Monday with the acknowledgement on the part of Spain that the position assumed by the lnited States is correct and inferent ith the ly that the interference lianea was unwarranted ian is If the affidavit of verified by investigation - it is be w ill dis lieved w ill be the pmrwnl The the act the present nt tiiulii of tindsi having Â¬ men-of-war Â¬ Â¬ 11 can not sec what other course have been adopted by spam in nentist lenee between s tate department Tint Pair a sociation of Henderson com ty will make an effort to hold a county fair this fall Thk story told by Convict Deatley regarding the Blair lynching is regardÂ¬ ed at Mt Sterling as impossible Woodbine aged PiiKsios EatXTOV about To years drooped dead of heart disease while in the waiting room of the passenger depot at Corbin the other morn in Tut court of appeals affirmed the case of Parson Leach ft Co vs The Board of Sinking Fuud Commissioners settling tiie validity of SoOoon in bonds issutsd by the sinking fund commission ers and made payable in gold The contract to pay in gold is held vand A van by the name of Fisherman living on Buffalo creek near Paints villc is strangely missing and fears are entertained that he has been murdered He made his appearance about two months ago with plenty of money TiiKRE are in Kentucky at present t gistered physicians Pi nsions were issued a few- - days ago Wesley Powas follows Additional Increase ers Lot Whitley county Thomas i Watson Furnace Estil county Pleasant shooprnan Glasgow Bar en county Tiik following postmasters were announced a few days ago W R David- Â¬ son Davidson Nicholas county vice C Iezekiah Borders resigned and liar nan Havs Warren county vice K ti Ferguson resigned A sfiv opera house and several busi ness blocbs are to be built at Shelby viile in the near future CAFT Smith ook the Kentucky giof the ant aad late sergeant-at-arm- s Kertucky legislature has quit his wifes bed and board at Shelbyville and gThe west to grow up with the He is seven feet six inches country hig 1 and has a good start Mr Cook is one of the most amiable men in the county and the cause of the coolness is not stated A mmbkr of business men of Owens lioro are agitating the question of a free ferry lictween that city and various points in Indiana Thk widow of J Howard Mason killed in an elevator accident at the Louisville some Coiimbia buildipg time ago has been given judgment for floOOO damages CtiARirs Sfgaik and Harry Strong two professional gamblers who were tintd 75 and costs each at Paducah for conducting a game called oontz at the New richmond hotel were ar res ed the other day in Murray on a wa rant sworn out by the county at- Â¬ torney of McCracken county charging them with setting up a game at the Palmer house They had skipped out as 10011 as they bad been fined About wnt v young men pleaded guilty in the jkiI ice court to gaming and were fined 1e and costs each Tmk Louisville bar has lost the first anil oulv woman lawyer it ever had Mis Nora Z OConnor who had at tracted a great deal of attention since sJm began practicing more naa won a ease in t upui s court juu ia uo nu r Thadueus J J jieaer a Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ g barrel red store and elevator 6i1t ic f MMjc b KKUfBHc afloat K un Â¬ a761c graded red No 1 northern I M c afloat Vc steamer mixed hnNo Rvr Whfat Western No 7c Nrw York Marrh Id i Iron Bitters 1 Dyspepsia Neuialjria and freuera hanst have no apjtte and ca i t wirif beein at oncrtak- ine the most rrlia- J 1 medicine hsh is Brown s Iron Bit- Â¬ ters A few bot tles cure beiieht comes from the Ttvu i lilC Saturday in nion Lity meets every month John I Haiiilton W M lohn L Grigg Secretai Daniel Booac Ltxige N Boones horough meets third Saturday n every Wm Bennett W M S Old month ham Secretary Berca Lodge So iav in each month sp m E L Ro h T Fish rctar Master O I oF John Hamilton Lodge No -- S at tat or MICIIUIEIIIll i Atam your M J - SIV Hats No hca -- pieasant w take ci No white wetern r7 c4llsc Tirio O March Whkat -- No J red cash MfKe Hay is e July nKc Amass sc No i red cash 58c rn No 1 mixed cash fksci No 3 white - Btlxed western 3ocfi 37S7i4c so 3 while white state and It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments I A son Lixlge No 14 meets everv M un Monday at their street - H Thore V R CKirhy J L I Krazee Secrrtary very Boone Encampme lirst and third Thurs Hall on Main treet Richmond FJ Lipscomb C P L J rrazer S Kichircrd Lniionn Degree meets sevond Thursday in each month 5 C R Tudor Cap- it Odd Fel tain L J Frazee Clerk -- Oats No tradinc pnl 3V Clovebseid March BSSPiiiaaajaca March in Cattle Prime KtafkUe toad ntd rood butchers f4046 roneh fit 3M9 4 Pliiladelphias H734 m best mixed i lv st Yorkers HSSt0 common to fair Yorkers and pifrs 140 MV Kxport wethers HW40 extra sniEP MflflO Rood l8iinfi fair KM common f12SailO best lambs Sl50 pood lambs W SOQaSO rommon to fair lambs -70 Womens complaints it has crossed red tV wTapit Ail others ate sub- stitelcs t ii receipt of two 2c stamps we j will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds 1 Fair tew s and book flee liirs Get ortlv the trnuine 011 Amity Lodge No i K of H ever Friday ev ning in the Odd F H C Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Row ian J Reporter KSKn rs or honor aatsam oe r- rn in V BD0WN CEMiCAL CO a- awfwaiwfSS vvvv s ine un White Lo Ige No 43 K P meets everv Wednesday evening at dd Fc CC hall at oclock CW C C Hooker K of R at City Property I 1 All persons having claims ag Sallie Cunningham deceased are hereby notitied to file the same with me legally 111 i or eriueti o i or oeiore piu same will be barred A M DW IsON o N Y March Is rATTLS Market steady ami firm Market steady at yesterday s closine Hnfs prV s pijrs rood to heavy fA So SHEEP ami Lambs Market strong lambs BtrrAi FOR I 75gs0u sheep SI 7VniS00 CATTta mixed day s CASH H Z l 0 choice liht- - Jl 4045450 Sheep Market quotably steady at yester Â¬ p- Hoc s Good to choic - Market quotably unchanged heavy S436W470 Imi asapoii Ind March 1 SALE I have a Fine New Residence situated on Biuadwiy aBd some very Administrator spring patents 3 Ur SsO No spring wheat ftfVSflOc No 1 spring wheat nominal No 2 red SMjimSr No 3 eorn MWtSNa I oats 9c No I white 3 ni c No 3 white uJV4c No 2 rye svic No 5 uarle No 82SJMo on different streets in the best neighborAlso houses and I hoods in town public corners Avi lots suitable lor Livery Stables Mule Sheds Stock Pens or Manuor further description call on factories I IL POWELL at Climax Office QroTATios Flonrwinter patents Inn aio Marcn 1S50 YELLOW DESIRABLE LOTS -- iie PINE PLOORING AND 2k KNOWLEDGE I THE CORNER SALOON CEILING Poplar Weather boar ding Cypress Shingles Cat Poplar Shingles 01 iouisyuiv f ampeeia holds valid and Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with by more promptly less expenditure adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physicaLbeing will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tbe remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax Â¬ ative effeetuaily cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kidneys- Liver and Bowels without weak- Â¬ ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug Â¬ gists in 50c and 81 bottles but it ia man- Â¬ ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whose name is printed ou every package also the name Syrup of Fie and being well informed youaill nut accept aiiv substitute if offered Â¬ Is located on the corner of First and Ir vine streets They have 14 year old An derson county and home made whiskies Fresh beer dailv from the city All ages and kinds 01 Wines Brandies and Wa ters and can furnish any amount from a spoonful to five gallons at lowest prices your buggy or send it at the bar or That fine big good to your house looking polite John Mershon will wait on vou with pleasure 4S 47 - Framing Lumber Boors Windows Blinds L T WILSON Prop All FirM Chiss Goods And mCAVtAI TAN I HfUJt MARKSaV a t Wi For to i I OBTAIN COPYRIGHTS PATsWT A MlsN4kCO snhsveHLlnHsnt uu an snneas sejiawav tti TuV landbkof Masatsoa eoBcanuac rateais and bow to asv tain lAwnswrt free Also a eatalajaa at aisni IcsJiuid irlsutiao laseaaisgat frre Mane 4 Co rseelts WF yuasswisaeeinthesfa-leMUeAaserlrsiuj-illonstnetro8iJtuU J la-I Cheaper Than Ever AE Mai fs vst dT- JrJ d wsafy siwsatly Urastratsd has by CY i etrcalatiou oC any seisMtae work In to egltosssil free CARSE Near K hSam Iwlta atiSrTacwvoaaasn aasssabloss iSSSSHwiSwuZ MwiowaT THE CLIMAX I U EMKY DIUMKUA HI ThG Climax K r KHK KniToii Printing KA1C Co iMinv Miviiik PUH K IhK flSO AVERTISXNG RATES turers to make and sell their devils broth mthcut a shadow of restraint and with no fear of the law before them aDd contributing little or nothing to- wards the support of the gnverniuent all imiKrtfc are to be taxed by duties whuh must reach the colossal 6um of This annually over fM860MGBi amounts to a prohibitory tariff at foreign exporters will a4 send their goods to intry for market and pay such duties and each clafas of conbumerscom- ixx ed ot iaraaeaa laborers on hanics and -t- onal men mil ie at the mercv M Tit- countless trusts which a we have al icalv alrd iuiil fostering life under 1 i oMu NKIAY l Ji lv- Illl i KKSTEP JAYHAWKEB SPEAKS nttv aired his Kentucky the ill that lulm - 1 is full x that were sad ling ciinm by the when its dire may with partv in mil control evils the hope arty iinlei and llV 111 the IImHMMmI I the iliey lie the lo- - - than there Tit i it In the nothing ithci awl ton why tin limlieV lV than hile National lianks will men in the olllv whi kev de- waiehoiises recognized and lv the Hnlistic gray He Ask i ele- - liel matt Cn it to run - no ur fellow a Populist be Nation- IIi-v- tbe Internal seraafai satiiv l I t lialliel He rapie ot Ken- Iitt want to know why it is that tlieir cliattels aie assessed al aliit east valuatioti and P J K tliiofl whi in some tune out of ImiihI no tliiit the lew barrels on ly at the Ibuagfa worth No tin- - whiskev internal revenue whiii law is interview lectiug and lollecls v hiskev maniitac it iihnm s into the ami wholesale farther ther He Bay M pet- - nothing toiuiiiaiivlHilv bill to lake no initherto stieiiulhcn the- us-U- the cweis that Im at Waasaaa- ijMietlc and ni I the VI41skcy lie wants to agitate the iues- r the peuple an- tboroagny to - of 111 reaaarka that tie ell to nominate a caiili w ho i and ten with such a partv -- si put a 111 Kentucky nislatnre and Initeel States Seo- with then- - views and plank in its platlorm of this inl and that lastly 10 rev iou of iff should attempted hv the ihlnan party e next l Â¬ i hepn irty which does not con- - II ol the internal revenue What then And that tue ultimate all revenue nereMSary for an eruooeaic administration of the emawattw hv duties levied solely upon ti iiiieriV Ah here is the meat coroanut here ic the cat in the meal bag and its name is Protection and - tiest tyfe lei No question his fealu tin hVpuhlican pally f turned laaaa iihu whiskey ujanufac- - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS facturers under a generous protective time for oar Government to embark in opera Â¬ tariff system but Mr Speaker no party the business of constructing and has ever gone so far as it is now proposed ting telegraph lines or railroads I read to go for the proposition now is that this with some interest a statement made by MilHnsry and Dressmaking Government for the first time in the his one of the Senators from Nebraska pub- tory ol our Republic shall embark in the lUhed in the Congressional Record CURES Having purchased the millinery busi- Â¬ busiiess of building telegraphs which which he said that he thanked the advoMaupin and Miss Ma- Â¬ ness of Mrs L must lead to the building of railroads cates of the Hawaiian cable amendment ry S Smith we have decided to add In the eager- for their concessions to the controverted also But that is not all DRESSMAKINC ness of the Senate to put this amendment doctrine of the Populists And have secured the services for the is a verv important Mr Speaker this upon this bill the usual safeguards which spring and summer season of the noted It is one in which I think go with every measure for the construc- question modiste Madame Tiller of Lexington tion of a telegraph line or of a railroad every member of this House should take Perfect fits and satisfaction guaranteed Bridal trosseaus and mourning suit speca interest The time has not come have been omitted We are located at Mrs Mau ialiiek position CURES There is nothiug in tlje amendment when we should depart from the niies rid stand on Main street Come w hich defines when the work shall be- Â¬ we have taken in the pa6t There is no WAGERS MRS N and see us to TISDALE gin or when it shall be completed There necessity for this telegraph line MRS L The an a knumiatratioaa 444 is nothing in it which requires that there Hawaii Theere is no emergency that I t riiuient can not le the telegraph To the Creditors of Mrs Han- Â¬ way as witness the effects OVer the bonds upon the plea that the shall be a board of directors or other justifies the construction of a this officers to look after the work and to line to Hawaii on the terms proposed 01 the Mchinley Kill The miseries of rafUiad not complie l with the terms of nah James nee Haier is no the people will be augmented manv the cotitnut and the case will he taken make a report to the President or to the by the Senate amendment There All the creditors of the above must file Congress of the United States There is commerce that demands it There is Appeals times the credit of the government inc- tl their accounts properly proven with the nothing in it which requires that the nothing that demands it And I ask tinvahlv ruined It will never do to und rsigned on or before May 1st 1895 work shall be completed as soon as prac- this house to vote down the motion to or they will be barred turn the reins of government over o WLSltnutMacwwB DRAWN tical or that the telegraph line when recede and adopt my motion to insist E R ROWLAND Assignee parti llopian dreamers We are even 40 42 completed shall he managed effectively upon our disagreement to the Senate 11 iw recoverini from the evils of this FOB There is nothing in it which limits the amendment Applause --ouun nol FROM Till KA K K K RtVM IN TON CI1W 01IIICIISIrtl Hill Ulll uir win Continued next week amount of expenditure in any way whatoMMISslosKH of JVC Illl tl11 HE I have opened a new coal yard opposite have no more of it We admit with Col MclKiwell gave to the Danville ever that the eniocratic party have the ice factory where you will always A meeting of the lot holders of the Rich- Â¬ LETTER WASMIXeTON In the haste to ingraft thi6 amendNeil unable to cure the many ills under Advocate on the morning of the Kith a find on hand the best BLOCK COAL at mond Cemetery Co will be held ai the cents other grades at lowe- figures Richmond National Bank on Saturday which we sutler but we have made ef- card to the public withdrawing his name ment ou the diplomatic bill which is 11 From our regular correspondent not in order according to the rules of the Bro forts in that direction that have already troui the lace as follows Orders left at Covington Arnold March 23d 1895 be ween the hours of 9 Senate and which provides for an apWashington I C March 15 1S95 Danville Ky March 13 largely relieved the distress We are in and the Willis House will be promptly a m and 4pn1 for the election of seven trustees to serve during the ensuing propriation which in my opinion is not President Cleveland returned to Wash- attended to favor of reform in all branches of gov To the Tublic year Each lot held entitles the owner to of ington and Secretary Gresham resumed several months ago I was induced by authorized or warranted by the Constituernment where there is need but J M WILLIS one vote either in person or hv proxy - the usual safe- his duties after ten days sickness just in the sweeping changes advocated by the the Mattering solicitations of inv friends tion of the Cnited StatesC F BURNAM Proprietor and Manager 30 44 guards have leeen neglected in different parts of the State to antime to give Spain a lesson in interted lavhawker never Mr Speaker it is said we should connounce myself as a candidate lor the national courtesy by forcing her to her TOM SMITH CROBT THOMSON II LTV of Commissioner ot Agriculture struct Ibis submariue cable Itecause it knees as an apologist for the action ot TO oflice Since then my will improve our commerce with Hawaii the commander of a Spanish cruiser who which office 1 now hold WoKKKO OFF BV THE BOfE health has In come greatly impaired There is no country on earth that has didnt have any better sense than to fire Breeder and Dealer in hoi TI We desire to call our attention to the and feel now that I am not phvsieally been so costly to us as the little country on a United States mail steamer in the I A Ireathitt counlv jury in the open sea eriroute from Colon to New LOP EARED HIMALAYAN ANGORA fact that we are readv to serve you in atiiwai IWllHjtl to aaJTII a canvass Dur of Hawaii Thouias smith ot lreathitt on trial for jn niv ter f office I have tried most In lsTcl we made a treaty with that York merely because he had a suspicion Dressmaking in any and all stvles CutBELGIAN HARE Our the murder ol Dr Rader on Feb Mb faithfully to discharge the duties and country by which we allowed heitosend that there might be supplies for those ting done by the Taylor system AND rendered a verdict Wednesday the lith natter nivself that I have done so to the into the United States free of duty engaged in the Cuban revolt on that and satisfaction prices are reasonable COMMON RABBITS ot gatltv and hed the punishment at satisfaction of all who are familiar with many articles but the principal articles steamer Come and see us Our dressgiven Senor Muruaga the Spanish death Catherine McQatM is also under niv work I am most grateful to my were sugar and rice and we have already minister tried to get his country let Street Memphis Tenn making room is in Mr Schlegels gallery ffice 236 Front indictment lor the same offense At the friends for tlieir assurance of suport lest leecause of allowing Hawaii to ship down easy by hastening to the DepartRespectfully Send for Circular 27 45 sugar and rice free to this ountry S5V ment of State ahead of the official notifitime of H deis death Smith was living I shall always most pleasantly rememMRS NANNIE MARTIN with Mrs McJuinn whose husband is ber their partiality and kindness With 0004100 From 1887 down to this time MISS SALL1E OLDHAM cation that the flag of the United States LITERARY NOTES in the lunatic asylum at Islington regreat that I cannot make a canvass 1 I have the figures before me Hawaii bad been fired upon and saying that Smith had rejieatedlv asked Ir Kaderto do now withdraw from the race with has cost us in consequence of that re Spain would apologize if any offense or The fahion books for April are now to to Mrs HcQnnmns and stav all proioandsat thanks to all who kindly ciprocity treaty Yet it is indiscretion had been committed bv the 5fi000000 hand among those intended for popular to presenile foi him as he offered to aid me in the contest now proposed that we 6hould expend commander of the Spanish cruiser niht in older In Dealers in had a nightmare or tit every night 13006000 more to construct a telegraphic That minister is smart he is He hasnt use there can be no difficulty in award Very respectfully palm to Toilettes both for its use to this reuiiesl was at the lilac Why should we build this cable Mi DoWFI l Nic cable forgot the last time Spaiu had to go down ing the con where be was murder l This is the This withdrawal dears the field for Are we justified in departing Irom all the on her marrow bones and in addition to external appearance and its general tents It is indeed surprising how such li penalty in Breathitt county at of Nail the Far- usages of the past and mcurriug this give up good Spanish gold for her failure Ion Col and comely publication Tinware in Stoes and is received with general satistaction mers Home Journal than whom no bet- enormous expense to pay proper respect to that same Cnited a substantial ib that it can be sold at the small figure of 20 cents I lite eople ter man Nail can le selected for the The advocates of the appropriation say States flag circulation new era This is the seventh place and the Ciimvx would le glad to it will give us the commerce of the A large stock kept constantly on hand Attorney General Olney may or mav Presumably the immense murder n mmitted hv Bwitli Hereto- - see him have the suport of the press Hawaiian Islands We have the com not be personally opposed to an income which the magazine has now sec ired enha alwivs im ceded in evading The LoanmUe Post 6avs that Mr Mc merce of that country now and it is tax but if he is opposed it is certainly ables the publishers to issue it upon a lion iiiiilei some tchnualitv or Dowells withdrawal is of considerable costing us about three millions of dollars not upon constitutional grounds or be small margin of profit a gratifying proof FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural ImMi- - Mciiinn will inlert inasmuch as it will now make annuallv on accouut of the privileges we could not have made the great and mas of its growing popularity lying in the othei plements of all kinds advertising it has begun at mice Boyle county one of the battle grounds extend under the reciprocitv treaty but terly argument he did this week before amount of good BUILDERS arhi the 1ith 1 special in the gubernatorial contest the admission of sugar free of duty from the Supreme Court in favor of the Con- to carry The full spring styles are We keep in stock everything in athi i iii ot With Col McDowell as a candidate the Hawaiian fsland did not cheapen the stitutional right of Congress to impose tistically set forth in this special Easter the hardware line that you need lone Met Jiniin lor omjiiciiv in the nmtdei the countv would not have instructed price of sugar to the people of the United an income tax Mr Olney is no orator Number in about 180 high class half tnrned a idii of guilty but with him out of the way it ieopen6 States engravings which show the details in in the popular conception of the word We make specialties of irdei in ti each case with a minuteness and dis-Â¬ in tied the oil fight lKtween the Hardin and Another argument relied on by the ad but there was a confidence in the tone in Iietlielll III the Clay fin lions which was so warm in the tinctness that cannot be too highly comTIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING vocates of this appropriation for the which he talked in a plain matter of fact fill illl former canvass and which resulted in Hawaiian cable is that if we do not straight forward way to the court show- Â¬ mended Twenty four of the illustrade- Â¬ 40 26 i hall the hottest mass convention ever held in speedilv build it Great Britan will build ing that a decision against the constitu- tions aie devoted to novel and dainty signs for costumes suitable for children tht county a cable line from Canada to the Hawaiian tionality of the income tax would re- Â¬ Illl II I iTIUW PAKTYTOHOI D Mr Hardin may have had an eye to Island- - This is the same old threat verse no less than five previous decisions of from 3 to 16 years this being one of Jill IB li I S MAY 3 IN this emetgincv w hen he was there Sat which has In come too common in the of the Supreme Court which was far the elements in the publication that KHs have rendered it the leading favorite for urday mixing with the leaders American Congress and it is worthv of more convincing to ordinary minds than of the edition the tricks of oratory resorted to by some the family The tidbits the gentleman who make it Let Great TheKepul lican Stit Central Com Pol im s are waxing warm in Mercer are the beautiful full page bridal cos- Â¬ of his opponents The Supreme Court and Ili dlev had an executive Morgan Chinn is announced as a leg- Britain take care of her affairs we are tumes although there are other equally amply able to take care for ours I read took a two weeks recess today in order ug in lonisville on the lith inst He is for Blackburn islative candidate attractive models for every day wear treaty of Article which to prepare decisions in this and other and liveil on lhth of May as the Bator John H liriines will an from the important cases Should the decision be is as follows HABPtRs MAGAZINE FOK APKII iiisviile the place to nounce without much doubt in a lew His Majesty the King of the Hawaiian against the income tax the Treasury ivention at which they days He is au exceediuglv opular Under the title Personal Reco lections We are the sole agents for Â¬ ineut various would In- State gentleman and will be strong lor Mc Islands grants to the United States the would be very much embarrassed on ac- of Joan of Arc a new historical rolh nominations ill coiuse Creary He is on a local eiuestion in exclusive right to enter the harbor of count of the consequent loss of revenue mance will begin in the April number of Bridgefords Ecoromist Cast Iearl River in the island of Oaiiu and to and an early extra session of Congress Harpers Magazine Iirei Iiadlv will head the ticket hut lavor of Free Turnpikes C B SulliIt will be published ring water flowing van has the question also under advise establish and maintain there a coaling might have to be called Already nearly anonvniouslv although the author is one and Steel Ranges Every range 20000 income tax has been paid into of - mothers refu- He will it is said go iuto the and repair station for the use of vessels ment the best known literary men living is guaranteed to give perfect lildn n ami men eeaae to ad- - contest unpledged to either of the Sena- of the Cnited States and to that eud the the Treasury and will continue through the remaining Kx Representative McAleer came over United States may improve the entrance We have over iiiit pnttv women ere the Democratic torial candidates named numbers of the vear Illustrations from satisfaction in Kentucky will permit a Kepuh- McCroslcey will leave the foloni to said harbor and do all other things from Philadelphia this week to invite historic material and sketches made Ton Â¬ the President Vice President several amid the scenes of Joans career will be 50 of these ranges in Richted to the oflice of Chief hope and liear the banner for the Re needful to the purposes aforesaid Imler this irealy the authority is members of the cabinet and some other contributed by F V Du Mond The mond are no objections to publican party It is said that Tom has We also keep a full clearly granted to construct a submarine prominent gentlemen to attend the antheir calling con ventiona making nomi- - an eye beyond the present and dot Number will open with an artirle on line of Stoves Hardware Tin- Â¬ cable to Pearl River Harbor and this nual S Patricks Day banquet of the - iml indulging in vain imaginings the division ot spoils when the RepubliOur National Capital by Julian Ralph harleor is only a few mile6 from Hono- Hibernian Society of that city an organihut the line is diaw thus far only is can victorv will again place them in with illustrations characteristic of Vash ware c Give ns a call lulu and soon eiterprising business men zation which ante dates the Revolution iugton edict position to rewaid their taithful followers A fleeting and occasional phase of the United States and Hawaii will The society was foruierlv known as the of the French capital will be treated by Till HAWAIIAN CAI SPEECHES Of II11N JAMKs B lie build the cable line as other submarine Friendly Sons of St Patrick Ou its Mr Richard Harding Davis in an article cable lines have been built which now membership rolls are the names of Gen entitled Paris in Mourning with illus CBEABY OF KENTUCKY We have the pleasure of giving to our connect the commercial centers of the George Washington Gen Anthony trations by Mr C D Gibson Mr eek two aide seehi s ix THE Hocsi oi vtivks maÂ¬ United Staes with the commercial cen Wayne who was at one time its presi- Joeiah Flynt will contribute some enbj Hon lames B McCiearv on ters of other countries dent Robert Morris the great financier tertaining observations of Club Life il AB1 1 xn 21 the Hawaiian Cable amendments to one The Hawaiian Islands are 2000 miles and others of national reputation Its Among Outcasts 3 J5 Yenice in Easter The House having under consideration the appropriation bills and as the from San Francisco Thev are not on present president is Mayor Stuart of by Mr Arther Svmons will describe the the bill II R 8334 making appropriad therein coincide so the direct line from the Cnited States to Philadelphia Nearly every President of most picturesque modern city during a nearly with our own given through the tions for the diplomatic ami consular auy important place ou the globe The the U S has been a guest of thissocfety season of interesting religions observance lot the fiscal year ending June 30 Cum ax sometime ago and as lie so service sfughtest and shortest line from San PAY DOUBLE PREMIUMS Secretary Herbert very readily under- Mr Alfred Parsons will contribute a iiiantully onaMaed the bill and success 1895 and an amendment projcsed bv Francisco to Japan and China runs over stands that all of our naval officers and descriptive article on Autumn in fully defeated it it is a great pleasure the Senate FOR LIFE INSURANCE 2000 miles north of the Hawaiian Is- their families would like to visit Kiel as with many beautiful illustraJapan Mr McCreary of Kentucky said to be able to send broadcast among the lands and the shortest line from San the official guests of the Emperor of It it nonsense I have located in RichProgress in the Public Schools tions Mr Sjieaker the Diplomatic and Conthousands who re ad the CiiMAX such Francisco to New Zealand runs nearly Germany and take part in the ceremo- during recent years will be discussed by mond to write pure life insurance lor the sterling letiiocracy We commend the sular appropriation bill having leen 1000 miles south of them The line to Provident nies which will doubtless be elaborate the Hon William T Harris United ty of New Savings Lite Insurance Socie Â¬ eruKal of these to our readers agree to except a Senate amendment York Onlv about oue half Australia is the nearest and is over 500 and enjoyable in connection with the State Commissioner of Education the premium usually paid i charged by Apropos of the aleove we see by our ex--- s I move that the House of Represetatives miles south of the Hawaiian Islands It formal opening of the Baltic and North this company Let me write your insurthat negotiations are now pro insist ufKiu its disagreement to the Sen- has been claimed that we will need this Sea Canal but he also understands that REGULAR OLD MAN KAN- ance and thus protect your families looking towards the laying of a ate amendment which is as follows ii J H KENNEDY submarine cable in time of war business always comes before pleasure The President is hereby authorized to GAROO PERFORMANCE Box 2i Richmond Kv cable from the Iniled states to Hawaii 40 47 This claim is too remote We have no and for that reason there is no probabilcontract for the eutire work of laving a prospects of war and through to Japan with bran and I hope all sub Â¬ pressure social and The worlds record of twenty nine feet the French islands America Russia telegraphic cable between the United marine cables will have time to wear out ity that the great i11 otherwise brought to bear upon him to eleven inches for a hop skip and a jump Stales and the Hawaiian Islands and to before we ha e France Japan and Hawaii will join in another war but if we add other ships to the San Francisco and was broken on the 2th inst at a contest this gigantic enterprise God 8eed the dire t the prosecution of such woik have a war with any foreign power a the Marblehead which have been orLV LVam Wal whenever such a contract shall be made am 1 I v work cable 2000 miles long could be easily cut dered to attend the canal opening will at the Boyle Humphrey Gymnasium in und as a part of the cost of such cable Danville by T A Hendricks who made BEXNETTYOU5G AND TH the sum ot 500000 is hereby appropri and I can not understand how we could be successful There are more impor- Â¬ get news from Hawaii that would lie tant reasons for keeping our ships else- Â¬ a record of thirtv feet and four inches Awaali GIVES JUDGMENT FOB klIul a Jall rw vefcaiauHj tTA Vf i lauc ciiiis uumuau suu i tl ated said cable to beow uel and operated cnt bunness conducted for Modck ate f ccs 0 beneficial when we were at war with any where flOO Deafness Caaaut Be Cared by the Iiiiteil States liovernmeut ww wa i en i vrri1- vrrivi vrrvani of the great countries of the world and we can The Senator Gorman celebrated his fifty by local applications as they canuot J remote fromsecure patent hi lets time than those J I am opposed to that amendment It Hawaiian Washington I Islands do not furnish even seventh birthday this week and few men Ben II slIeES bend model drawing or photo with detcrip- in momv w ill lee observe that the Senate amend- Â¬ good coaling reach the diseased portion of the ear tion We advise if patentable or not free of J stations and there is no of forty are more spry Among the lodge lohn I fKedil who in the ab ment seeks to put the iovernuient in the charge Our fee not due till patent is secured S coal there and we will have to transport souvenirs of the occasion was a hand- There is only one way to cure deafness How to Obtain Patents with A Pamphlet sence of fudge Kiwards heard the ar business of building owning and operacost of same in the U S and foreign countries J coal there if we establish a coal station some ivory handled gold mounted horse and that is by constitutional remedies t in the now famous Estill ountv ting telegraph lines acui use Auuresa 0 Our Government would be much more convenient and whip presented by one of his Washing Â¬ Deafness is caused by an inflamed conShis morning handed down au im- - has never yet been in that business This It dition of the mucous lining of the Eus- Â¬ rtint opinion w hiih is a great ictorv is a departure from the usage we have profitable to establish a coaling station ton admirers who knows the Senators tachian Tube When this tube is ino PtTtNTQrrirr WicuiacTnM n r on one of our Aleutian Islands south of fondness for driving a double team The for tlnese who lurnisliid the funds lor the adhered to lor a century There are to-Â¬ Bering flamed you have a rumbling sound or 30 2 Sea rather than to have a coaling Senator and his family will not go to completion of the Kichmond Nicholas day nine submarine cable lines connect station at Pearl River Harbor The Europe as has been stated but expect imperfect hearing and when it is en- Â¬ vi le Irvine and Beattvville railroad ing the United Stats with the foreign Aleutian Islands are said to be within to spend the summer traveling through tirely closed deafness is the result and ol lie illicit H Young of this city countries Fvery one of those cable lines unless the inflammation is taken out and 100 miles of the shortest line between California and probably extend Mr C D Cheiiaull a liiihmond bank the trip this tube restored to its normal condition were built bv private subscription Not the United States and Hongkong as far as Alaska returning in time for er Hon John D Harris also of Madi- - one dollar has ever yet been given by In all administrations from Washing- the Senator to take an active part in the hearing will be destroyed forever nine uiity Mr W I lirantaiid others this lioverument for the construction of cases out of ten are caused by catarrh ton to Cleveland our Government has campaign in Maryland iul up the money for the completion of submarine telegraph lines If we are which is nothing but an inflamed condi always refused to do that which is now It is expected that the new arrival in the K V I and ft nad to Irvine cm now to embark in the eoaatrnjctioa and provided for in the Senate amendment the Cleveland family will not put in an tion of the mucous surfaces the Kstill County Viurt ojieratioti of a submarine telegraph line law giiaiautee We will give One Hundred Dollars for to surrender certain IxnJs to them which to Hawaii then we may also build a sub- Â¬ I can not believe that a time tried and appearance before the close of spring7 any case of CURES NOTHING BUT PIlESj deafness caused by catarrh time honored rule will now be violated The family will probably remain in the wne td as su lis n prion to the road marine telegraph line to Samoa to Japan and our Government required to build White House until that important event that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh 2 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 7 e tin road was completed to Irvine tina and other countries of the Cure Send for circulars free known for 18 year as tha although it has been their custom to the BatiH County Court brought suit to world If we are to embark in the busi- own and operate a telegraphic cable Cheney Co fc BEST REMEDY for PILES Mr Speaker I desire to see this sub- spend compel hdwanl Conroy the spring and early summer at a trustee 111 ness of building submarine lines of teleToledo O marine cable constructed in the way that their suburban residence But what B whose hands the leoiids had Imicii placed wlo graph we should also build overland Sold by druggists 76c v rnwtiitKaunn uartiGirn xa co srwtns render them but the plaintiffs telegraphs to Guatemala or to Buenos nine other submarine cable have leeen mother would care to leave the White constructed The enterprise and busi- House under existing were induced to dismiss the suit circumstances Ayie s in the Argentine Republic If ness enegy of the capitalists of our A flei the mad was finished to Irvine our Government should build and own country and the capitalists of the OKLAHOMA at winch tine ace eerding ti the- contract telegraphs why not railroads and if railKILLS CIGARETTES the bonds were to le delivered to the roads why should not our Government Hawaiian Islands will soon furnish a sub Â¬ railioad pniiioters the ccmnty brought own and operate mines and manufacto marine cable to the Hawaiian Islands The House to dav paeaed a bill prohib We now have before the Committee iting the monufacture or giving away of iUioier suit Al this oiiit Col Young ries The limit of the proposed policy on Foreign Affairs and the and his associates tiled suit for the bonds can hardly lie defined cigarettes in the territory nnder penaltv StaWaaBBBBBBBBBaWJaWaTBa SfmYiAM VA PH has authorized me to report it and weic granted a temporary injunction of a 500 fine one hall of which is to go I am opieosed to this new policy 1 favorably a bill tor the construction of a to the Government lining Mr Conroy from turning the lielieve yBH KKBal feat that the Senate amendment Evening Post submariue cable from San Francisco bv lionds over to Kstill counlv and Judge should lee voted down 1 believe it way of Hawaii to Japan Admiral Ikslds decision was rendered iii this should be defeated in the House of Rep - iABBBS taaawl m-m Awarded William Irwin Alvord William H Highest Honors World Fair saf ABaaaal resentatives hf the Cnited States Loud Diemond Alfred S Hartwell John D I lie main issue was as to whether the applause on the Democratic side Spreckles and a number of other men v Court had a right to submit the Mr Speaker the amendment of the proosition to a vote of the people Senate is a sugar coated and carefully of wealth and enterprise have asked Congress to incorporate them under the Judge Dodd decided that it had disguised proposition but when it is Aa to tie charge of bribery against the properly scrutized it means not only an name of the International Cable Com pany with authority to build a submarine be said he paid but little attention appropriation of 00000 at present but Of the many witnesses who had given of 12500000 in future to build the tele- Â¬ cable from San Francisco by way of Hawaii to Japan These men will con- Â¬ deixwitions aorue of wheni were officials graphic cable to the Hawaiian Islands We will always keep for sale the Choicest Meats and PouJ- struct the submarine cable line to and prominent people all testified tljat we have had subsidies on In the past Hawaii and to Japan when they are briliery had been resorted to on both land and we have had subsides on the try at the proper seasons suci as Heef Pork Launb Veal Sausage and that bribery is common in all sea and now it is proposed that we shall incorporated and authorized to do so by the Congress of the United States and Iard Chickens etc We will sell prices a low aa t lie lowest ious held in Estill countv The have a sultsidy under the sea Laughter I hope the House of Hearesentatives court is nit disposed said Judge Dodd Republican Congresses have granted We also continue to hapdle Farm Produce of all Linlv S brin SJiH to give credence to witnesses own in- subsidies to railroad corporations by do Â¬ will insist on its disagreement to the LThis is no time for TI n famy but I am bound to believe that nating to them millions of acres of the Senate amendment juu xurKeyb vmcKeus ucete Lucks Efrgs and Vegetables You money was used on both sides to in- public lands and indorsing millions of a departure from the usages to which we will find us at J W Duncans old stand first door MOST PERFECT MADE for a century This is no west fluence- votes but do not think enough dollars of railroad IhiiiIs They have have adhered A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Fret drug store Main btreet suit giauied subsides ti ship owners They Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder rotn Ammonia Alum or any other adulteuelL Com- - have granted large bounties to mann- ntinuing th Judge said Awarded Gold Medsi Midwinter Fur Sta Fructsco YEARS THE STANDARD 34 j liiilir 111 mon honesty and ordinary good faith re quires the county of Eetill to comply with its contract and pay the 50000 due the road on it completion to Irvine Let a judgment be prepared giving the plaintiff the 30000 in Iwnds and let the other BaaJ UK worth be returned by the trustee to the county the road not bav ing been completed to Beattyville Judge Dodd gave the defendant two weeks in which to except and prav an appeal if desired Col Young and his associates heard the reading of the opinion and were very mucn eiaieu Its a i tory tor us on everv point Louisville Times said the Colonel The fiscal Ourt o K lill county em-vened March 1Mb and refused to turn Â¬ SCROFULA BLOOD POISON s FOR READ What a Few of Our Prominent Educators Have to Say of the Â¬ CANCERj ECZEMA TETTER S THE 5 BLOOD Courier Joumols Â¬ NEW COAL YARD I Â¬ NOTICE Encyclopedia Britannica I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OFFER -v Â¬ Â¬ THE LADIES 1 Â¬ Richmond Ky Maul To whom it may concern mM I have examined the Encyclopedia Britannica edtion row being sold countv by the Courier Journal Co Cousidering the matter contained sold I being it being complete and down to date and the price at which it is the work as the best and most reasonable work now being offered tor sale library in itself and the fact that it is now being sold by the Co urier ourria A Sulli should be considered proof of its worth - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Richmond Ky March 14 To whom it mav concern I heartilv endor the Encyclopedia Britannica and would be peased to J D CLAaa Respectfuiiv set placed inevery home in Richmond Richmond Kv March 7 The Encyclopedia Britannica is too well known to need anv wor commendation It is rrgarded bv those capable of fudging as being the m It awo has the advantage ive and complete 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hardly say I have your veoik Richmond Kv Marc e Robert R Bcrnam Â¬ nil STOVES 1 Â¬ Richmond Ky March adding to the many high testimonials as to the merit Enclyclopedia Britannica my most hearty approval of the work At the pre terms of payment which the Conrier ournal Co is now offering the work hooves every one to seriously consider purchasing it No one can affo W G Whit opportunity I take pleasure in - Â¬ ls 1 - Â¬ The Text Books can now be seen for a limited time at Dr Whites Drug and Book Store Â¬ THE CYCLONE STORE At 104 Main St opposite the Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ iuiiM Â¬ Â¬ Li SMI Â¬ rI is here Court-hou- Hat- ap- - WHY The best place in Kentucky to buy your Clothing Shoes Gents Furnishing Goods Trunks and Vafiaea It will visit our store We can save you from Jo t 4 er cent lar on everything you buy We are selling our goods times Come and be convinced on the dol- Â¬ to mit the jav vu t Â¬ THE CYCLONE STORE 41 44 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DIRECT fhT EAST N V WHITE has just returned from New York having bought a full line of Woolen and Wash Dress Fabrics of the newest and latest patterns There are Smokey Organdies dappled in white and chilly blues ginghams running from cold gray March to scarlet July in hued trills batistes circus yellow and violet fawns lin- Â¬ ens and muslins ink as azaleas or barred in peppermint stripes pique that charm the eves of the dainty misses and make them long for summer plaid madras and corn pate embroidered swiss and at last the novelties of the season cotton crepons whoie crinkled surfaces colored or white are strewn with flowers in their natural tints Also silk ging hams of the most beautiful texture for making fancy waists Â¬ MR Â¬ 1 aa pi 1 1 Â¬ r- - m -- A Full Line of Ladles Â¬ Â¬ e Misses Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MyAiVVjV riABLEsmrnS DOMESTICS HND LINENS ZBUCKEYiriUUi OINTMENT With embroderies and laces suitable for making and trimming under Â¬ wear A full aasortment of novelties in ribbons buckles hair rins curling tongs face veils in fact everything that enhances and makes more attractive CASNOWCO J Childrens Hose 1 At prices to suit the buver Our stock ol corsets is not to be surpasse this side of Cincinnati Besides we have in stock extra side steels suie shields and celluloid protectors for the front that make an old corset ail but new All kinds of Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ FJ bt all Â¬ we have a full assortment of oil cloths mattings carpets and ruga window curtains cotton nd linen sheetings towels table linen and napery We also keep Brainerd Armstrongs wash silks and filo at 40 cents a dozen or four cenU a skein Indeed everything that comprises a good line of Dry Goods can be found at the corner where you are welcome rorthehouse wve BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WHITE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a jf JKyJa ft FRESH r OLD STANDI 39- - GIBSON S jj If you need DR MEATS harrows plows 5 hoes axes collars harness chains or fanning implements of anv kind call on p g U you need hardware cutlery naila bar iron 5 hul 1 blacksmith or 5 carpenters tools spokes xc See felloes t JuvuiruvruTj ixiruvrurHj uu uxruvtj uuTjuinjTjirinjTJxru Â¬ 4ATJOMANS a The Vulcan OAnnnnAnnrinAnjiriJvvixinjiriAnn I j w OOAM Chilled Plow FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST sicamona r aard arara and Grocery Firm in 5 la Decidedly The 5 s BAKING POWDER RT i c irtruuxuxfixuvviVAnp A full itoek of frpsh groceries 5 Also a choice line of queens- varavA A cvuvruuvmnjvuvvmjnjnnn 5 Salt Â¬ - 1 oTHanl 4 5 40 33 J s 3J37 lime cement seen 01 seed potatoes and graas seeds of every a met can be bought at lowe8t prica From fc t W MAY CO THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY THE KENTUCKY - - MARCH 20 1896 tf Mr Maty Fair Ladies Will Urak thf Battle Win Â¬ At the reception given last night by Mrs J F Stone having returned from the city with a new stock of milli- - Senator and Mrs Gorman to meet the B invite all her friends to call Gridiron Club Mrs Carlisle took occa at the Spring 0ening Friday and Satur sion to urge Secretary Herbert to name one of the new battleships for the State of Kentucky A protracted meeting will commence Kentucky said Mrs Carlisle must at the Methodist church on the 28th inst have one ol the battleships named after Rev Carter Helm Jones will begin a her and unless you do it vou will hear at the Baptist church on April from the people of the Bluegrass State G The public is invited to attend The Secretary said that that being the the case he did not know how he could Sato tere Tea at the Hotel very well refuse ion Saturday afternoon from four oclock Doiatiaa t tat lafraary fur February Miss Ada Hunley oat meal and pad Another new house is going up aa Mrs K V Gibson milk buttermilk r street That part of town is Mrs Thos Moberly buttermilk as rapilly this being the seventh Mrs T J Smith meal corn e new street Mrs Zaring 100 pounds bran iiam Cornwall Sr the hither of Mre Henry Streng matches onions wall Jr ex Secretary of the oat meal fruit fcC died last week at his Miss Man- Smith one pair of sheets n Louisville and was buried Sat- Mr T J Smith loan of cow and load urdav of kindling The Ctnaa favors Mr J White has sold his farm of Mr Brawner KM worth of work Goggans lane just South of Dr John Foster invalids chair MeCord farm to Mr Jack Mrs J C Miller jelly per acre This is considered The Courteous Ten of Kings a fair sale Daughters Ei Judge James Stewart of More Mrs J C Miller chairman 72 pounds lied on the 13th aged seventy lard B f an uncle of Dr A T Stewart of Peak Sisters Tei v ho was called to his bedside The Nine Old Maids arraved as the cram some days before Peake Sisters under the supervision of A man is going about the countrv Miss Carrie Barbour gave a delightful what purports to economise the tea in the parlors of the Hotel Glyndon oil lamps Those who have on last Saturday afternoon at from four t sav that it is an unmittigated to six oclock the receipts of the enter Islington Gazette tainment are for the benefit of the organ fund of the First Presbyterian church The old house of Mr Lancaster will Notwithstanding the fact that the young aue under the same firm name as it ladies were attired in rather homely en know for forty years and at costumes they were enchanting and en the same stand The heirs mill conduct teitaiDed with much grace and ease We iciuess Lexington Gazette teel inadequate to the task of sufficiently It is earnestly requested that all the praising the efforts of these vonug ladies in their commendable work They are - Daughters and Sons and those deserving of success and we trust lecome members of the to see at their next entertainment will meet at the Infirmary on on Saturday afternoon a larger ay March 23rd M t oclock attendance The tea and choco StOM having retujfsirl late prepared were delicious but while ty with a new stock of milli- - partaking of the refreshments the thought - invites all her friends to call involuntarily came to us whether or not spring opening Friiay and Satur- - these young ladies with all their lovely traces of mind character and persons had culinarv skill sufficient to concoct ut two hundred and twenty five such delicious beverages or did they led at I ancaster mi In call to their aid some professional we k two young lading in differ schooled in the art of cooking We rt of the State have been sent to have had the extreme pleasure of an atic asylum having lost their rea- - acquaintance with the members of a - means Ex Cooking Club in an adjoiuing town nd our knowledge of the wavs and Mis s Emma Willis and Teropie thereof makes us in have returned from the city neans committee Call skeptical I large stock of Millinery ear Opening Sale March SMh -- MissC Hartman has just returned Mat Place of business over W from New York where she purchased a haul Cor Kirs and Main Ktroot fine stock of Millinery goods Her place The five national banks of Cincin- - of business is at the Hotel Glvndon no March 5th in loans and where she will be pleased to have ladies 41 COttO lawful money re- - call and inspect her assortment gold 1017000 and in Tk Late Brawn Lee Mas ridoal deposit 119433000 The The death of Mr Brown Lee Yate on held was 2t40 per cent the 12th inst removed from our midst nnati Post not only one of the oldest citizens but a v j j to Miw Ann Maria Wallace daughter of Dr Wm Wallace and a sister of Mrs W H McBrayer of Lawrenceburg Ky By this marriage three children were born but only one the late Milton W Yates reached maturity But there are now living five grand children who make their home with their mother Mrs Edna Yates and one great grandchild Mary Lee Collier Mr Yates was married a second time to Mrs Mary Haggard nee Eubanks of Clark county by whom he had four children all of whom are dead On Thursday noon the 14th inst a large number of neighbors and friends gathered at the old homestead where a brief funeral service conducted by Dr L H Blanton was held and the remains of oui venerable friend were buried in the family grave yard Hi was a devoted husband father and grandfather a true friend and good neighbor He was a charitable man and beloved by all who knew him He had Imt a limited education and yet he had a decided taste for literary subjects He read and wrote a great deal and his hand writing was remaka ble for one of his age clear round strongly marked and as plaiu as the printed page With the advantage of early education he might have distin guished himself in the world of letters Perhaps no man in Madison at the time of his death took a deeper interest in the pioneer history of our county and treasured up as many reminiscences of that remarkable jieriod B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - called to the new ad- ment of Meadames Wagers e in this edition of the Yimax iilie have embarked in business litenuined to win a fair rtiori of your patronage on the thev carry and the of work thev do Call on -k theiii iile pUyintf with a revolver that had been left on a window sill Willie - x years shot his cousin is Walton aged ten vears in the center of the forehead killing him instantly The accident occurred at the home of Peter Waltou three miles from iles on the Midway turnpike Thursday afternoon Courier Journal Â¬ Ferd K Boltz son of G J Roltr ue of the tirm of J J Bolt of Irvine was struck by the log arnare at the mill of the Peters Lumber toiu and instantly killed yesterday afferent bnrninc of the tniil in which he was interested he has been putting in part of his time at the last named mill in the capacity of saw The details of the terrible accident have not been obtained but the news of irrible death fills our heart with and with sorrow for the stricken v - The Leader of Monday publishes a nif official statement relative small pox cases in Lexington new cases of small pox has been ed since last Tuesday the 12th month There are only seven ases at the Small Pox Hospital of those will be well enough to to the city by the last of next are doing well one case which will probably the next twenty four hours a man from 15 Bowyer street The now in a better condition as regards small pox than at any time since the outbreak F O YoiNG President Board of Health A well developed case was treated in Ashland recently as measles and the dif e was not discovered by the physi cian in attendance until many persons e had been exposed All the remainder I Â¬ Â¬ Mia J E stone having returned from v with a new stock of millinery m ites all her friends to all at the niug Friday and Saturday McCreabv has a taking way of sooner or later everything he goes after The few who know without liking him can liken him to the tortoise like but they can not gainsay umaro and luminous fact that he has a wonderful faculty and facility of ag there ahead of the more fleet footed and glib tongued and discharging public and private trust as well as If ex Ml in the public service Representative Sreiker ex Governor and Wonld be Senator McCreary is mere Â¬ ly a mediocre man the bast grit this State and nation can ask of the cood lord is maay More of him Louisville DC Ti Patrick Bay Minday March 17 was Shamrock dav and all Catholic Irishmen wore or should h tvedoneso an emblem commemora tive of their patron Saint Kt Â¬ Wed at Coviagtai Mite a flurry in yooag society cirsfes wm created in Ricbmoad oa the morn ing cf March 13 when it became known that Mr A W McMurrajr of the Davis v wing Machine Company of this city and Miss Cora B Willis the eighteen-year-ol- d daughter of Mrs D B Willis of Kirksvilie and niece of ex Sbenff Joe Willis had doped to Covington where they were married at 10 oclock Mmi Patsy Willk sister of the bride accompanied ityuw - ijav Two Voug RirkasMd Poafte njist uniijiiH character and a man of remarkable family connections the old men who are oonne1ing links lietweeu the pioneer days of our county and the present generation are fast passing away it may lie of Mime in- tj your readers to gather up a tew threads of the earlv history of three fani- ilies who were among the first settlers of Madison county The Wallace Estill and Yates families were of Scotch Irish origia and were closely allied by marriaire lioth before and after their settlement in America And their descendants the Kavanauirhs Millers Capertons McCrearys and oth- ere are numerous not only in Kentucky but are to le found in great numbers all DWBT the land eeaecsaVj in Virginia Tennessee Mississippi and Missouri The first of the Estills of whom there i any public record married a Miss Wallace of Scotland ad removed to England during the protectorate of Oliver Cromwell He w itii many other Irish families fled the Mother country early in the 17th century and settled in New Jersey and it is claimed that the first son of the original Estill was the third male child born in the colony and he was the father of Wallace Estill the great grandfather of Brown Iee Yates The fifth child of Wallace Estill was Bn sannah Estill born March 5th 1744 She married John McCreary and their only daughter was the great grandmother of Governor James B McCreary She and her husband lived and died in Augusta county Va Wallace Estill at the death of his sec ond wife married Mary Ann Campliell of Argyle Scotland who came to this country with her parents when hut ten years of age The father objected to the marriage on account of disparity of age Mr Estill being 47 and Miss Campbell 17 and on account of the numbur of Estills children But the lovers like many matters into others before and since their own hands and ran off and were married By this uuion nine children were born and lived to maturity among them Capt James Estill and Col Saml Estill who were pioneers to Madison county and bore conspicuous part in the early history of the county and ComCol James Estill married monwealth Rachel Wright and was the grandfather of Col James W Caperton in Estill fell Col Clifton and of Little battle celebrated the Mountain in Montgomery county Col Saml Estill went back to Virginia for a w ife and in 1782 brought Jane Tees as a bride to his home at Jort Estill They were the parents of nine children the second of whom was Sallie Estill Yates the mother of the late Brown Lee Yates XiL Saml Estill was from his early youth a trained hunter and soldier He was in the battle of Point Pleasant in the 19th year of his age and fought ail day from sun rise to sun eel without relief and without water Be and his two brothers built the second e- w c tk uv r lTL IU Mjo laUIBWU wuuiy of Madison countv and in first Judge 1779 was elected to the Legislature under the first Constitution of Kentucky The three brothers were in the fort at Boonesboro during the long Beige and the mother of the late Robt Miller was born in the fort Mary Ann Campbell Estill after the death of her husband Wallace Estill in Virginia came to Kentucky and made her home with her daughter Mrs Ruth Kavanaugh and died in the year 1800 By her own request she wm buried at Fort Estill As already intimated Sallie Estill the second child of Col Saml Estill marYatee the son of William ried John Yates a Virginia patriot and a great huntar and they were the parents of Brown Lee Yates who wm born May 22 1809 at the borne and within a few feet oi the spei where be died March 12 Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1895 Mi Yates was married Feb 19 1S4C of her sister Mrs James Q E C Geddes is in Beattyville in the EDUCATIONAL Winu the past week Winchester interest of the Nicola Lumber Co Democrat Wharton Perkins have opened up a The blanks for the census reports will I Mr Alleh Douglas who has been so daily meat market which nllsa long felt be distributed by April 1st They are unfortunate as to lose one eye is now want at this place gotten up in a more convenient form siifferlag with the other eye His physit is suggested by Mt 1 WfW CIim Fielder of Edenton made his than ubusI cian hopes to Mve it Million that districts receiving railroad regular visit here Sunday A pair of tax should also ascertain the number of The Confederate Veteran Association blue eyes is the attraction -in the boundary of their of Kentucky has appointed Mr J M J T Perkins living about two miles colored children accurately estimate the Poynta President of the Honorary Asso- from here had a very valuable Jersey district so as to ciation for Madison county heifer shot recently from the effects of amount due the colored districts I T 1 OSullivan representing the edu which she died last week It wm done OK Madison county will this year have by unknown parties who were supposed cational department of the Courier-Jour-- J one or two additional school districts WM Mild fc Cxtk T m nal is in the city on business connected to have tarried long over the bowl added to her present list of one hundred with the Encyclopedia Britannica Mr S C Baldwin of Brookstown Several school houses will be condemned Mr Charles Lester of Berea was in spent a few days with J W Masters and for new timidities and others for general JUtfKM IWttts OWUT itiCCKIC- towu this week He is one of the sub family at Perkins last week He re- Â¬ repairs Notwithstanding the fact that stantial business men of that place He turned home Saturday accompanied by about fifty new school buildings have CORSETS EMBROIDERIES LACES ABSOLUTELY PURE wan here to consult his physician who Mr Beverly Broaddus lieen erected d iring the past six or eight THE OLD RELIABLE Mrs Susan Battleton of near Clays advised him to live ijuietly years the good work still goes on A Ferry visited friends here hist week the report to V P Smith and Thos Williams Jr the Siate Superintendent about passed through this city Saturday en family of Wm Ledford ten years ago stated that Madison Mr Ansel Campel and his daughter route for Irvine They had been at Mt county has school buildings not fit for Dont fail to see our full auil complete line Olivet Robinson county on business Birdie of Irvine accompanied by his horse stables At that time this was Mrs Susan Maguire visited true of many Estill county Dnaoajl sister-in-laconnected with the and we yet have one or Hat stood the Test ot Time GERMAN IMPORTED HOSIERY Mr Wm Iedford the tatters Bank two of this kind MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER last week They returned home Friday BRANDS COMBINED F M Miller one of Richmonds best bir v rv low price- - on by the way of Winchester where they What penalty should be inflicted on business young men has accepted a posi stopped to consult with Dr Brown in re-Â¬ trustees who get themselves elected for tion as traveling salesman for the live gard ladies to Miss Birdie Campbells eyes the express purpose of keepine down all wide awake tirm of Trimble Bros of this Mr Elard L Haden wm was in Nicho- expense necessary to A KB firm is ready to legin business the interest of the city Mr Miller is a hustler ami there is lasville on business last week wil tartlc you No eeoiul nor catch penny trinket- We have a few ot this kind in iu Beattyville at the old stand of R srhoo no doubt but what he will keep several The correspondent for the Register at Madison Hill under the firm name of James Har shipping clerks busy during the summer gis iV Co The new firm will erect a Perkins gives me a punch occasionally months Mt Sterling Journal about the sawdust joke and catamount The voluminous manuscripts of the ware house in the rear of the present Harry W Shepherd a native of Estill story and his latest thing to write about members of the Reading Circle are com- building opposite the court house Mr county but now a resident of Chicago is a piece of cold deer Well dear me ing in rapidly The Board of Education James Hargis was in Beattyville last with his wile spent Sunday at Mr the dear fellows mind must be wanderweek invoicing the old stock of R C Claude Smiths and on Monday went to ing from dear to dear and he cau get no has our sympathy since this vast amount Hill and preparing for the opening of of work is required without any compen Communii ated Irvine Mr Shepherd and Mrs Dorothy reply to his persuasions from the dear business by the new firm We take sation whatever Irvine Ky March Hi I8K F Sauve also of Chicago were married pleasure in commending Mr Hargis to Being actuated by emotions of Christi- at the Gibson House in Cincinnati on that he so dearly loves This dear versathe business people of Lee county and anity we feel it to be but justice to Elder Sat unlay afternoon by Rev Johnson tile young man should run an ad in Many ot the teachers are taking ad all the dailies after this form we hope for him prosperity in this his Wanted I1 G Combs of the Christian church I Mvers vantage of the favorable terms offered bv A siuation by a dear young man who latest venture Hustler evangelist for the counties of MadiEducational Department of the Arnold Building SXCHM0N2 K7Judge Holison of Richmond is among will for a slight consideration and dear the son Estill and Jackson to speak of a Courier Journal for the Encyclopedia 0 4 attending meals teach dear children the rules of CLCB RATE- series of meetings recently conducted by his old frieuds this week Britannica curt Perhaps n man ever lived in etiipiette to their dear mothers will alsj now making itieir representativesof are After due consideration we have conhim at this place and to express the a thorough canvas the w hope that the good seed there sown will Breathitt county ho was more hated by wash and iron clean windows take care countv This work is without a rival cluded to make club rates with the the lawless element than Judge Holison of children run errands do carpenter bring forth fruit a hundred fold and is an indispensable aid to teachers as Magazines and newspapers in the follow town work plastering and stone cutting will Bro Combs has not had the advantage As Folice Judge be redeemed our it is self educating ing list These rates are for new of or- Â¬ run an iron foundry or a hotel dry goods of a classical education but for many from a state of lawlessness to one subscriiem or old ones re newing their For this work he has the or a hardware store keep books scrub der and ipiiet years has made the word of iod the The value cf public school property subscriptions each payiuc one vear in graditude of all god people Jackson drive a carriage or a dump cart cook or man of his counsel his guide He has bake do anything and do it well Ad iu the Inited States at the present time advance Hustler made the bible his text book and by the dress at once Deer Perkins Kv N is estimatedtobe 1000000000 and of all the I light of pine torches has obeyed the COKKBSPONUKNCE property used for educational purposes Thr aue t Wetk Cinuunati Esqvwci B Will also do editorial work The Southern Magjtnc scripture injunction search the scrip 1000000000 Jay Eli E s The Csmoiitn tures and as in the days when Christ rti li VVt iiuti Health IuiidmI 17 berk was upon the earth he saw fit to select tf Dr Sheldon Jackson iu his last report The orator of the day is O H Brewer BRXIKSTOVVN for his teachers the meek and the lowly just from the Government press states so it seems Bro Combs has been chosen Rev T L Martin of Winchester fillKennan will be with us on the 24th HERE My stock of carriages buggies Sic HAVE BARGAINS that ttie school population in Alaska is to preach The Word ed his pulpit here Saturday and Sunday inst is the handsomest and most stylish in the if this population from 8001 to 10000 Bro Combs came to Irvine at a time S E Welch is to have a new drug Mr J M Hodgkiu and Hon James 1KUwere enrolled in the thirty one country Give me a call when the people were on the ijui vive a store soon Winn of Winchester sent few day schools in operation duritn the year Richmond Carkiaoc Works We hae just roceived direct from New York a large stock which we wiV to religious subjects as thev had just i Powell the at t week closing June 90 IMS S L Midkitt Proprietor 51 at the following prices A series of meetings begun at the with Mr W In the sixteen listened to a series of meetings under the The weather was fine for fox hunting cents per yard Matting i chapel last Sunday days schools which are supported enauspices of another preacher We trust It not ge Arc vou in it insuiincc 1 A Turpin has recovered from Mr 4 1 Kloor Oil Cloth 2o cents per yard tirely by the tiovernment ttiere vveie There is some prospect of a new BapÂ¬ we will not be considered as prompted in it Powell Turley j 6 4 Floor Oil Cloth cents per yard a well developed case of muscular rheu7s and 1436 in the fifteen contrail by prejudice when we express the belief tist church being erected in Berea j inch Table Oil Cloth 15 cents per yard matism schools which are supported jointly by UoimI fur Stsrk anil Poultry Ton Mre Joe Williams died at her home that his cool logical uianner of repreCarpets 11 cents per yard Mr Robert Boggs Jr has whooping the tiovernment and the Ireshvterian Thedfords Black Draught is prcpaied senting the gospel was as a balance w heel near Berea on the night of March oth Kelt Window Shades plain 10 cent vita spring toi Moravain Episcopal Methodist Congreespecially for stock as well as man and and brought the people to a calm con Rev Parsons of Drip Rock is holding cough aq 5 and Opaque and Linen Shades cents 7 and S teet jo 2 gational Lutheran and Roman Catholic for Dr D S Trice of Winchester was call sideration of the same subjects from a a series of interesting meetings in the tht purpose is sold in tin cans hold ed Saturday to see Miss Hattie Huguely churches ing one half pound of medicine for 25c state of excitement consequent upon the chapel w ho is still on the sick list Lambert Franklin County Tenn preaching of a new theory ot sauctinca F F Ambroseol Berea and Mi68 There are forty thousand New York March j is tion r was taken Mr Raymond Shearer Hunt of Scaffold Cane were married sctHK toys now members of ttie Bovs I have used all kind- - of medicine but I As no church in the town was suffi- March fth severely ill Sunday moining His brother-in-Anti Cigarette League Branches have would not give one package of Black ciently large to accommodate the vast Mr James iordou has returnlaw Several persons were baptized Sundav been established in ninety five grammar Draught for all the others I ever saw It assemblages that came to hear him Bro the result ot Rev Kelleys meetings a ed from Indian Territory and is now Thi There n a box in our window containing a number of five dollar bill schools iu the citv and in many of the is ine nest ining lor Horses or cattle 111 Combs preached in the Court house and few with him In the glass case attached to the box are weeks since box has three different locks primaries The boys are organized in the spring of the vear and will cure chick his auditors nightly filled that spacious Mr L tialdwin who left here some each school have their own officers and twenty five kevs each differing from the other and numbered from nn Miss Anna Fay of Bracken countv building time past for the Indian Territory is now wear their buttons as a badge and are en cholera every time twenty five Three of these keys open the box and if the numberon the card has bought the Wright property and Boylano Bro Combs is certainly an honest man 30 RR in Missouri and I hear is doing well we pladgod not to smoke until thev are correspond with the numbers on the three keys that unlock the bo now an inhabitant of oui place and preached Gods word as he believed Mr Beverly Broaddus of Lexington will give you ABSOLUTELY twenty one For the organiz ation of rRKE one of the five dollar greenba The new town hall and drug store that the scriptures teach Ask lor vour card is now in our community with every purchase of one dollar this admirable league jiarents are inLightning Hot Drops Although there was no excitement it is being erected bv A J Hasson will le debted to Sin hi Commissioner Charles Mr Rolert Baldwin of Winchester is evident the seed was sown on good quite an improvement to our town What a Funnv Name B Hubbard He says that ttie boys Very True but it Kills All Pain ground Although there was but one The reeular monthly temperance meet- was home Sunday to 6ee bis mother take up the subject with earnestness and Baldw ins oil bitAll should try S confession and three reclamations we have ing was held Tuesday night March 5th Sold Everywhere Every Day In one eek he presented enthusiasm the hope that much good was done An interesting address was given by R ters Without Relief There is No Pay the subject to five thousand school boys His sermons were characterized by a P Lyman after which 8 new names Go to Mrs Silas Baxters for maple of whom less than two hundred tailed to spirit of Christian Chantv and were de were added to the temperance band sugar enroll themselves A new line of buggies carriages sur void of anything to offend one of anttt The joint oratorical contest between ries barouches and wagons just received QnjiiruTJTJojuiJVU-ijvuTJTJiruother faith In almost every sermon he the Phi Delta Orio and and Alpha Zita IVNOLA Thk Attorney General at Frankfort They are dandies Come and see them extended an invitatiou to anyone tocome literary societies was held in the college - the figures on the chess board have Ky on Marel let returned to the AudiMade of the best material and guaranto him in a Christian wav and inform chapel on the evening of March 8th the moved round the latest result is N ti tor the final opinion iu the matter of Price lower than ever before teed him if he was in error for he claimed to trio heine the voting ladies literary to Brassfield with bis brother Tld vbiakoy license for druejrists An abRichmond Carriage Works be a seeker after the truth while the others are conducted by young ti W as a partner in the dry goods bus- stract of the opinion is briefly as follows S L Midkiff Proprietor 31 We subjoin the texts upon which be men The exercises consisting of eulo- iness They will occupy the store room First as to the penalty if the drujofist discoursed trusting they will be bene- gies on Washington and Lincoln and of D G Martin at the depot came promptly forward and paid the Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ ficial to those who will investigate them music by the voting ladies chorus class Born to Mrs Thos Million on the 3d license immediately upon the decision hauled and painted at the very lowest A test of gods Text 1st Kings Theme Prizes in inst a boy were exceedingly interesting of the Court of Appeals he would not be prices All work guaranteed to be as 18 20 21 the name of Rev Wm E Barton of IlliIn the case of good as any in the State No one shall kiss his or her children liable for the penalty Theme The simplicity of the Gospel nois were awarded to Miss Barbara Rob- Â¬ failure or refusal to settle promptly after RlCMMONIi CARRI KOK WORKS Conon the Sabbath or feasting days s Text Isaiah inson and J T Baker representatives of S L Midkitt Proprietor 3j- necticut Blue Iaws Heres another decision a penalty should be collected Theme Seeking Text Matt 7 7 the Orio and Phi Delta Second no license is requred where he No one shall eto mince from same Theme Character Building Text 1st READ THK FOLLOWING U HJ H Dont wait until you are burned out The hearts of many were made sad at pies dance play cards or play auy in- sold alcohol for compounding of medi10 Peter I Turley the loss of one of Bereas best women strument of music except the drum cines or nostrums nor sale of alcohol for Powell 32 Theme Christian Armor Text Epb Mrs Lizzie Robe who died on the 2d trumpet or jevvsharp Again No medicinal purposes or to be used in the 6 10 Powell 8c Turley prompt and trust Â¬ inst For more than a year she had one shall travel cook victuals make Uds mechanical arte He may keep spirits Theme Proving all Things Text 3 been in poor health being confined to sweep houses cut hair or shave on the and wines and use and sell them in com- Â¬ worthy IstThes 5 2 We have the best companies Powell her room the greater part of the time Sabbath day Suppose the Mayor and bination with drugs iu preparation of Text 1st Sam 10 6 Text Matt 1123 30 Ail that loving and gentle bands could City Council Turley 3i of Panola should copy medicines tha are not beverages and no Acts 2 40 John 7 10 do wm done to relieve her and for some these Hsjeod then what Hendrix component psit of which is sold as a Fire is a srood servant out a bad Rom ft 16 Acts 3 lt weeks before the sad end came friends woutd be threatened with bankruptcy beverage without paying the special tax master Powell 8c Turley 3r Matt 12 20 30 Eph 0 13 were hopeful that she would yet be and Cncle Bill Carr would abolish the as a liquor dealer James last v Rev 1 17 18 spared to them But a sodden attack of city government afore mornin Dont go to sleep over your insurance New goods coming indailv and Rom 3 4 John IK 7 10 OLD MINISTER DEAD 23 pneumonia seized her and in a few Poweli 4 Turley T J Smith of Richmond assignee of 1st Cor 15 2 Acts 4 12 hours she was no more Her spirit had Acts 4 12 fr Harris was here Wednesday conferLuke 12 32 Turley 3 J Fire insurance Powell Rev M M Linuev late ot Danville flown to Him who gave her life Her ring with the building committee of the died at RichtEond Va of paralysis ot Theme Sanctification Text Joshua 3 illness was borne with great cheerfulness 5 and 7 12 13 proposed new church with regard to a the brain He was for mauv years a All fire losses paid by Powell Se Offered with the opening of every package and when death came she was found lot There will be no trouble about k The Christian church are building a Turley member of the Kentucky Conference M ready and waiting for the summons nice church house and as an organizaThe best companies adjust promptly Mr Jackson has returned from a fac- E Church South Evening Post Her life and character wm such that tion are in a fairlv progressive way and Powell Turlev 3J tory in the East where they are making Lonsdale Cotton cash 5i cents per yard those who knew her best lored her with the help of God will soon be in a Coikt convened on Monday morniug Powell k Tarley Funeral services conducted by a spud for the well here Ir James most Are you insured Masonville Cotton cash til rents er yard better condition to give to the rich and Rev B S Hunting were held Sunday in thinks when it arrives they will soon and Judge Recwine instructing the Grand 3 in 1 Pepperel I Bleached Sheeting cash 17J cents per the poor the sweets of Christs religion Juiy said Crime in Breathitt county the chapel after which the remains unloose the tools What about your insurance Powell B F Jacobs yard There was a good audience out to lis- is due toa great extent to the negligence were taken to Berea cemetery Pall- Â¬ Turley 3 T H Bakkkk IU l Iepperell Unbleached Sheeting cash IK cents per ten to Rev Anderson at Viney Eork of the juries and to the light verdictf bearers Misses Gertrude Candie Grace S L Ti POK Look out for fires as well as storms I have been surprised and astonished Barton Mattie McCollum Mollis Settle Baptist church yard B H Sale 3- when a jury goes into the box and swear Powell 8c Turley Louise Maltbie and Ida Gay The subscription for the new Baptist 12 Iuch Pillow Case C ion cash 10 cents per yard they have no conscientious ecru pies that Mi68 Carrie Hartman begs to anAnother correspondent For Keat church is growing steadily There is a The Biggest Turkish Towel you ever saw for 10 ceuts that will prevent them from rendering a nounce to the ladies of Richmond and large seOBO of country here destitute of House and four acres of land on West BEREA of death when law and evidence verdict The Best Fast Black Indies Hose you ever saw at Jo vicinity that she will have a Grand A desirable location One of i aeries of balls to owpven by church and Sunday school privileges warrant it ami then bring in a verdict of Maiu street Opening of Fashionable Millinery April M The people are poor and must have help C II Pi cents Robert Gillen of Slate Lick came off not guilty or light sentence when the 2nd and 3rd 1805 and trusts that she Remember it is to lie free for any re The Best Fast Black Childrens Hose you ever saw at Wednesday night March 6th It was a defendant ought to have been hanged Dont neglect your insurance Powell J may receive a share of your patronage grand success in every particular there spectable denomination to use when In my opinion the juries of the past Turley 3J 15 cents 41 being present about 50 couples from diff- Â¬ not used by Baptists Brother dont have been responsible for the state A blaze will start Tobacco Cotton at J and 2l cents per yard Powell It Turley open your heart and pocket erent parts of the county Music wa6 say no PKKSOiNAL Jackof affairs in Breathitt county A Beautiful Line ol Colored Piques at 2i cents 32 The Lord lovetii a furnished by the Berea string band book and give son Hustler Mr Blackwell Karr was in the city last which of course was excellent Persons cheerful giver remember Who have the best companies Answer treat Bargains iu Hamlnirgs at 5 71 and 10 cents per Powell Turley week 32 Tse Mo4era Way Someone interested in town lots here fond of music and dancing should not yard Mrs Claude Smith is visiting friends misfo these balls which will be given dur- can well afford to give a small church Commends itself to the well informed to Powell 8C Turley pay all fire losses in Irvine ing the coming spring and summer at lot It will enhance the value of all the do pleasantly and effectually what was 32 rest Come now dont wait for formerly done in the crudest manner and Miss Arabelle Barnett has pneumonia this noted watering place A new platNOW IS YOUR TIME Plres like death and taxes have To cleanse the sys form for dancing has been erected and a good people to build a church and en disagreeably as well but is doing well been in the world since its creation C S Powell spent a couple of days in new spring has been dug which will af- hance the value of your lots 25 per cent tem and break up colds headaches and Powell 8c Turley y ford an ample supply of water for all but help do it yourself by giving a lot fevers without unpleasant after efiects use Maysville lasteek big barn Powell Tur Insure that and then when you are selling lots at an the delightful liquid laxative icmedy SyrMrs Wm Devore Sr who has been visitors ley 32 advauce you wont feel like a sneak up of Figs TTT y ill is reKirted lietter Let us have more residences mote VIEW VALLEY Miss Katie McAfee of Irvine is visitRev Jesse Caldwell of Lexington shops more stores and everything else ing relatives ra Nicholasville preached at Bethel Christian church that goes to make a live place and evL Boswell of Winchester made about two miles from here last Sunday erybody will feel good effects the Climax office a pleasant call Mon- Why not bring the sparkling water to a large and appreciative audience Amu from some of the springs on the eminenOur New Spring Line is in and we are offering the Big i of near John Howard and PHfiss Carrie Poyntz of Mt Sterling is Richmond visited hisfamily mother Mre ces around here in pipes down to town gest Bargains you ever heard of suing Dr and Mrs Poyntz on third Noth John Howe Sunday returning home to refresh people and live stock street ing helps a place like making everyone Monday feel pleasant that visits it A fountain Hugh Riddell one of the leadiug at Our Great Pants Sale is still going on with lots of new Mrs M Jones of Union and her j torneys of Estill county was in the city with watering trough and ciij would additions We have inaugurated a Sale ot Boys Suits daughter Mrs Dudley Pearson of Col i yesterday- ana to ttie pleasure ot tne public and lege Hill visited relatives near here last We have 100 that muwt be sold If your bov needs a suit help our town Wholl start the paper Col John McLeod Receiver of the R week the family ot T J Jones call and see them It wont co6t much round ur house is full of B R R was a visitor in Rich NI FORTY niLLION CAKES YEARLY Mrs W L Sowers visited Mr and Another thing mond Monday Remember newspa Mre R M Broaddus and family at Rich- Â¬ OAMBbE 60 THE PROCTtlf per are potent factors in building up the Irs L Z Taylor has returned from mond Friday and returned Monday country The Ciimai wants to lend a an extended visit among friends in Wes A rise in the river Friday caused the helping band to all to aid in building up VSA ternMissouri and St Louis Southern Lumber Cos mill to shut everjiuiug Kuua ruoecriue lor 11 ami f Mr and Mrs Waller Quisenberry of down and put their force of hands at in every line come and give us a look and for a little see how soon vour children will be anx Â¬ Clark county were the guests of Mr and work on its booms money we will load you down ious to read the Panola news and other Mrs A T Cbenault last week Jemie Howard who has been confined items Drop notices of births deaths W L Leeds of Panola was a visitor in the Nicholasville jail since last Sep- Â¬ marriages visitors sales of stock or real Having replenished his stock of groceries with new and reset at the Climax office yesterday Mr tember for killing Robt Jones last estate anythiug of interest even a fight gouijs will continue basineat at the OLD STAND at the Leeds will move to Richmond at ah early fall has been granted bail and is now at into the Climax box when you come to corner of Main and B streets He proposes not to day Panola and see how- quickly it will ap home with his family undersold by any one FOB CASH Be invites the citi Â¬ Richard Sobam of Louisville is a In giving the names of the young pear in the Climax It will be worth zens f Madison county and Richmond t give him a fair of Dan E Dongherty Superintend men who attended the social at Mr and many times its cost to you and help to trial Free delivery of goods to all parte of the eity I the Water and Light Company of Subscribe now Mre W E Whartonls in my last report educate vcnir children ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR OBELISK this city the name of Mr Elan I L Haden was Dr iruxnO nruuvinru ivririri runnnnjvjnnnruivvvinrunjinjb Prices Cream Baking Powder NOiibc Bessie Miller of Richmond was made conspicuous by his absWorMt Fair Htgiiest Aleda and Â¬ the guest iPr nQ M WE ARE READY WITH CHOICE LINE Â¬ Yi T Dry Goods Notions IMC Â¬ j SWEET CAPORAL Ladies3 and Gents Furnishings CIGARETTE son-in-la- Â¬ 3U--J- 1 m wm im V Â¬ m Â¬ m mm cue R - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WC T HAYS Oil Â¬ Â¬ Window Shades Cloths Â¬ VV Mattings WE Carpets Â¬ v GENUINE -- Â¬ vVvWvvvMvWWMvvMvWvWMvwvvwtifcv Â¬ FREE FREE vvvvvvWvVvwWvvlrtWvvvvvVvrvvM Â¬ Â¬ ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Â¬ Â¬ j gs DO YOU WHNTN Â¬ BARGAINS First Class Goods H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 J STRENG 1 OFFERS TO YOU 1 new BARGAINS wiwwiXivviriwiiwMyiiWfj 7- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TOBUY CARPETS Â¬ - Â¬ jyORY60AW Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ AD Smith BARGAINS H Â¬ J STRENG 2 I RKAR ADMIRAL MEADE I HAWAIIS lllnokalanl EX QUEEN A Â¬ DIED HI FOR HIS DOG Ona THE MAGIC SWING Said to Re a Rrallr Royal Hearing Weiltro Minis Touching BeTotlon ta Canine Pet Now in Command of tho North Atlantic Squadron An lam an HBrn a I nc W nrr Piola Mini I niforn Tor I ithlwn lara Ha Itorn to-tlw tually hi a UbM ral ni biri Woram txiarl the Korth Atlantie Iiirtlv in IliinnranH rtnnity fur IiliiHkalani the deposed and im prisoned queen of Hawaii succeeded to the throne after the death of Kinpr Kalakaua Prior to that time she had been rnmnmnl known to foreifroers as Princes Ivilia or as Mrs Oominis She is lio v past her fifty third year in fairly n al health of eimely person and pleasant address Her name is less intricate than it may lok Try this a lannv Lil Aeeent firmlv the ee and run the whole fjlibly off the nvnns Her tnnie Itwho was known for many husland years baton1 r iicessin to the throne im I mi lis took rank at that time He is a prudent gentleman of American birth and Honolulu mercantile education John O minis fur several years held the office of jovei not of ahu Th v Â¬ Â¬ ee-woke i I i lii t hat il comes itified ra t mtrv and eitv nr 13 t2 SB In hir- - m - at tir r v y AS AM till HI he - iiiad heen married oxer thirty rear and have no children Mrs lminis long held a prominent hare pla-i- U np In rad liftT tll if- - madr society associatinp the more cultivated ladies of the capital amonjrwhom like n Kmma and he late Princess liiuohi Bishop of honored memory she I her early education She has a perft Knflish a food literary ly pixKl musical culture Iter manner is peeuliary winninp her leariiir nolle and hecominfr the er a rharmcteristic of Hawaiian Hrsons were ever more v and impressive than many of he r lie up Ill oasion t mall private fortune the many years enioyed a iieen she re r annum A sumptuous maintained for the e all his was he inenme of the rntvn anted durinjr her perhaps 7ion per year is were then regarded as an state 1 in Honolulu yoQtfa with Stories are not uncommon in which faithful dog s have died for human heinps hut those are certainly rare in which human hemps have died to save the lives of dogs Such a case recently occurred however at Omaha As the passenger trains on the Chicago t Paul Minneapolis t Omaha railroad approach the station at North Omaha they are accustomed to slow up in order that the engineer Bat see that the tracks are clear and the signals all rijrht One forenoon lately the fast train frm St Paul slackened its speed as usual The track was clear and the train pushed on When within a hundred yards of the station the engineer saw a little yellow do run out upon the track Immediately an old man rushed after the dog in frantic haste intent upon ilnigping hii of the track The engineer blew Ills u hi tie put on the air hruke and revei jii the engine Hut it was too late The pilot struck the old niun and killed him instantly The little dog which had crossed the track in safety and was untouched rushed about fnntically after the accident The old mans name was Patrick Rohan No one know s for his death followed instantly whether he saw the approaching train or not It is known that he was partially dcif hut he could see perfectly well and in all probability he believed tluit his pet do was in danger of being run over by theap proaching train and that he could seize him and drajr him off in time At anv rate he lost his wn life in endeavoring to save that of the animal ROGUE ELEPHANTS One ot firm IIni a Terrible flrnrtce Â¬ ot the Mrsterlea of the Vallornla fair Fxplalnril A Tiagic swing attracted much at tention at the last midwinter fair in fan Prancisco The visitor was ushered -- tHiiiinniim mmmm IT TICKLES YOU MCM THE Â¬ INSTANT RELIEF roil BET no into hamber which contained the sw ing a kind of platform vith scats hanging- from a bar let into the walls When as shown in mr illustration the seats vere all JCCBUStd by visitors the attendant closed the door and gave s slight oscillation to the swing Presently he oscillations grew larger and larger until at length the swing mounted to the ceiling and went right over the bar as pictured The passengers however felt no discomfort of any kind and their surprise was the greater in that between the urn ami Â¬ Â¬ LIGHTNING HOT DROPS CURES H Sold Everywhere at 25c fire ronsiua i HERB MEDICINE CO PhrHiTthis If ill your wisdom you see cause to reject advice per se it is the ker If money making your motive be read what follow If you trade with some people they talk sweet as honey But A Feld is not so he gives bargains for money Come and see the bargains I have by the score Dont miss the place the Cincinnati Cheap Store i kn XL 9 I If V vS M PARIS RflllTF 7l 9 Smell3 Good Tastes Good Does Good every time no so ray and d4 one Cone Tramps Diarrhcca Flux Cholera Morbus Nauv a Changes of Water etc Cuts Burnt Bruises Scratches Bites of EALS Animals Serpents Bugs etc B R EAKS UPtxl Colds La Grippe In tuenra Croup Sore Throat etc 60c far Botte half tlm at morh aj V botle seller VIA PM 3 A -- sJKZ 5PRIN0nElD O M 6 20 7 05 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHHian THE 30 Iv R 3 13 im telling the honest truth from my heart very deep At the C ncinnati Cheap Store youll buy goods very cheap I 5 10 6 oi 5 BLUE GRASS HERD OK close quarters for money in eighteen ninety four If you will trade with A F Id oul have hard tines no more Wed Ar i Daily except - aaPaaa Ekg mii jra eed BREEDERS WERE SELECTED breed oChoga in aeveral States SATISFACTION FROM THE BEST HERDS of this famous of piga for salt from registered stock GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited Address A splendid lot ii These are neither jokes nor fakes I am selling goods jut like hot cak Do not ask me the reason why But simply come yourself and try R N I B R R df THE MAGIC SWING pp R H BRONAUGH Crab Orchard Ky The forego ng is true in effect And the truth every one should respect I sell a lour ply linen collar And ladies fine shoes at the very low price ot one dollar Time Table No fect Nov EASTBOIM Versailles Valley Vie Ulilion Richmond Union Moberlv Brassfir v A 22 In Ef- Â¬ For 83 cents I have 18 1894 2 r A WORD TO THE PEOPLE THE OLD RELIABLE HOLSE OF the reiling there was appaientlT no room for the swing to pass At last the oscillations diminished and the With a history covering j years of successful and honest dealing with tfe good peoswing came to rest The effect was ple of Madison and adjoining counties are still in the lead with a full ard complete really an optical illusion similar to stock of the best goods known to the trade that experienced on seeing a railway train gliding past the train in which we are seated and causing us to think that ours is moving at the same speed The swing itself did not turn round the bar but the chamber turned round the swing and the illusion was so perfect that the occupants involuntarily clutched their seats at the turnover to avoid being thrown out The furniture of the room including what purported to be a kerosene lamp but was in reality electric and could be inverted without danger was all dena signed to keep up the illusion which was further helped by a babys pernm Oliver Chilled Plows Vandiver Barlow- Corn Planter Haworths Check Rower bulator anil a chair with a hat on it Kevstone Disc Harrows Old Hickory Wagons and many smaller tools of the best Once a Week make Also a full line of Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges Mystic and others Workers in tin and sheet metals Roofing and Guttering specittjes 37 3 ADVICE TO INVENTORS Â¬ - bargains to offer in jeans pants for gents Worth a dollar and a halt for ninety five cents tanjnat t rh in so small a kinjrdom al- Kinff Kalakaua cotill never riemi In aore than the prin to the persuasion nr itiins of chiefs rlenien rmuia ami akatui in finjr to Anglican Kin Iuirililo and retained her seat one rharra connected with -- ton Lilliaokalaal - mane rears neurlter of the womans us and an Interested neetinfrs She has v active and mnnif- - fund iif the Kawaiaht ning native jrirls and up to In teachers and she rave evidence of at heart the moral wel- r p ople she has a large itc1 a somewhat de- IMPLANTED TEETH Nerrelea- - Unlart I hit enirnt TlirmarlTea in Ihr liwlxnr 1 -- teeth mounted on oid plates may soon The process of Ssd teeth in holes tic which wa first -- 1 Dtal ht siirc crv in 1888 san Francisco has r II and Illeil I nami ii lie the nd a An il nd JAUBiM iw up in favor t irs proving it to le nable method of replacing lost MM PJr imKieo of the school has made eieven implantations w ith marked success His method of prKelun is tirst to inject im a solution of cocaine to ny pain make an incision down to the overinirof the hone which is turned back as shown in the aceom- small piece of the by a trephine and oth is firmly driven into the id held there by ligatures or oaiatus The whole operation is ii if ill aaud under thorough antiseptic prcantiops At first the tooth aeteas a n body and nature endeavors to edded root If however tooth is sufficiently firm and the idition of the rtient is pood in- thrownout BeeeaBeshard and the tooth and the bone are as it red together and it is im- the tooth without e1r I 1 II THF ci MoslNfi F I 1 j nr ah itned was Admiral of varieties of forest trees than any of the territories of equal area f the Mississippi river a greater Miehigiu or California unnlar than and nearly eighteen per cent of the species of tbt nited States I Tree In Arizona has grantor number A A YANKEE lir 1 BANANA FARM w J laltM MiO ti in i t KmploM aravst tamaiia are This t t and has i -i w ith a sur- -nn-arrv more i ies of the annual if baa- - f pimento Ipwai sehag both aegrues some 4H of the and another im- aheart to U Then Ill know hat the miserable hypocrite is making that kind of a face u and yon can liet I 11 po back wit h h lex Sweet in Texas Sift- Snhtle Rut Ooatly Vrnsaianra Mia Nayl orly What on earth are yon poing to invite that odious Mrs eiahier Mrs Murray York has been visiting Mouse friends in IhiHdc Iphia A few Iphia lady said to her gni So yoa expct your husband over from New York on the nr train Are going- - ba k to New York with him Thai all depends If be looks happy and jolly then Ill know that he is having a tr d time while am away and thm Ill to back with him and put a Stop lint uppose he looks sad and mis Hill of w Â¬ 1 For scrcial lonT DiarMialtion wiiii pal daily irry the fruit from the barge addil ept on the graahag the companv nber betwet p Po Baltimore t rk ami winR Hnd asliips of I iron for speed hieh point in transport Btil recently the cat bat is-- aaaenger a commodat ions and the added to the aaaaanj iarpe and elegant Smithlins to your swell dinner for I thonfrht you batted her Mrs Sweethipg Do you suppose Im going to give a o a plate dinner and not make her see me act as hostess at CMaaaw- Ileeord A r enaiblc IUr On i niieday what do you see atmve your head when yon are out in th untry rupil The sky s hool laapfiilin flaal when the sky is hidden and it is raining Iupil My umbrella XY Recorder if - Â¬ fc aaawataa oklnc caoo rou at rtled tbe praiaa ha toadiy aM that aha ntw iMaas fa frarteec vaya Tnua coat Artist Oh Certainly Fact is you know I am an animal painter Humor e llnak and Karnrl ient - I lmve called on the recommendation of a friend to have my porHut I should like to trait paintel know if you can take me in my fur Blatter I The complete history of rogne ele phants would make an interesting chapter They seem to have decided toawnpe awaawrooga agaiast their kind Some years ago one rorue topossession of a stretch of country in India forty miles wide by one hundred Ion and in - business like way pro ceded to demolish everything in or alxiut it The animal rusht d into the rillagea tKik huts upfin bis tusks and tore them apart or towed them until they fell iu splinters It chased the people away or killed them whenever it could or standing by th el houses it ate the grains and stores This elephant seemed remarkably m teUipent It entertained in particular a fmidp e against the watch towers or scaffolds Whenever this rogne saw one lie would creep slyly spring at it push it to the ground and kill its ocen The WMrlnni of Finding Out What Other pant Have Oone A famous rnpw elephant named Inventors may be roughly divided inManilla was owned by a rich man to three lasses il Those who as the near In bbulpore in central India Sud result of acciilent and momentary indenly it ticR an to develop the charac spiration think out one or two devi es teristics of a rofrue and attacked hu hating no special relation to their ordiman beings wherever seen It killed person them so cruelly that it became widely nary pursuits or needs known as the man eater We Name He was who have a well defined mechanical finally destroyed by an organised effort genius and are regularly employed in will pay and some manufacturing trade and a good of English army officers for It For partirtilar deal given to the use of tools and the Floral initio for a rhib VrkBminhipjr Aster Fwrrt 15 Veire- Another fnnous rogne took p s of Vik re - IIukus mxl OoM FliwT u t rations dpyriitK ns n sion of a public road and attackl d every study of problems incidental to me itad litntBHi win TTil transplaninc rrint chanics and S experts ii electricity passer by suddenly darting from the d in 17 different oolmed iTilt MMlfd n receipt of lOcerta which E4LV mav tedduiicd fioiu brstoider Vicki Plicontla to germ of lif peering steel and iron jangle it would rash up to an ox cart works r gonef other industry who are sei7e the driver w ith its trunk and disappear Ifcpcat d mids of this Uiiid so constantly employed by some one else Sm 11 Uiantiies at VVholaIo Prices terrified the people that POSTAGE large trad at a salary to improve existing methods PAID and appliances The first two of these of land was to all intents and purposes TYV have tops of Swet Teas t IW nnrt summer of a very fine rrn cive our deserted but finally an English hunter classes together constituting ninety quli friudn real treat Tlmk f A pound only 40 rrntm hull pound relies ana colors mixed determined to rid the country of the nine per cent of the whole may b cru in iiartir pound l cent ounce 10 rem called without disrespect or disparage- Â¬ rogue By careful inquiry he found rHT n rr rWKfVO HwH GmndPfy3dprChArTnincP1tTlant UULU T LJ VV EI Firellfnt for Bortlers riauts 25 ceuta that the elephant always seized the ment amateur inventors Those con each tvrofor 40cccta stituting the t bird set are really pro driver and if there were two arts in POT TTMDTAW DACDDUDDV Toit or trmzortirrfessional inventors Some excellent Fti ovfrAliothh vubuiiuinii nnji h rronaimtioii by tips noun m A suggestions offered to the latter in it- vir ormis rrvWtnar droni irPTT fruit iTr larjrp color drk red berrr for ran nine retmnina ft Engineering Magazine by Henry HarTHiifJ AaTor hmir praivm of fruiinir hieh quality of late In fmit rison Suplee deserve consideration by ti tlhfctitem notdroprlnit do not rrnniMeper Uirtn Idrkiiirr r client liipTT Wndrfuiv proline over the former men reiryitnrthr Imm1 tv rsoftr1al end tented by Fxpr rinent one dozen plant 5 MMIikal Jniltroncrsi51nPlepliuita60ct3 This writers first recommendation is that when a man pets an idea he go to work and tind out what others hav done ip the same direetfcnm so that he lS will not discover after throw ing away lg a Trraa a lot of labor and time and perhaps money that someone idse has tried the same thm and succeeded or has tried VSA BJid failed All failures should be careSSSSSSaSSSASSa8a y fully studied so that he reasons therefor cm be detected and a repetition avoided It is well to collect facts either in- the form of clippings or writM i ten memoranda ropha of patents or manufacturers catalogues abont other j devices like that which the inventor has A - A riti til S kovis V1TI in mind Above all it is important t company it chose the driver of the that a man before trying to solve a problem carefully Inqalie whether it So he arranged two ox- - aris puttla worth solving ing-a dummy driver apon the second Merchants while anon the arst was and consumers should he constout bam- Â¬ boo cage in which the hunter was to sulted to see whether a thing would sell if perfected and put on the mar sit rifle in hand When all was ready ket Finally mechanical laws means the two ox carls starti one day folWE SELL AS LOW AS WE CAN- - LOWER m lowed by the hopes and best wishes of of accomplishing an end simply withTHAN EVEB BEFORE b immunity The fatal district was out waste of power or material and soon reached and about half way dowa fundamental principles should be eaWE HAVE TOO MANY the road there came i crash and the gerly ami thoroughly studied in books WE ARE AFTER ASH by personal observation and by inmonstrous elephant dark and ugly quiry It is the inventor who works dashed upon the party Making dialong these lines and looks upon invenrectly for the last cart with a vicious awing of its trunk it si iaed on the tion as a science and not as a j KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS John Donelson dummy man and made off receiving as affair who makes the greatest hits PROPRIETOR it went a shot frmn thr ragr Bat the commercially oxen alarmed by the uproar ran d rhntnerapha away leaving- the road and taking to 6 Prof i V Boya says that to take i VV VSVVSSsiNXSVSJiiVV the open country They tinned the cart over nearly killing- the raged photographs of a bullet as it is beinj projeeted through the air at maximum driver and the Krplish sportsman pMhle speed it is necessary to have V hat the elephant thought k iien it rseto a method of illumination tore the lummy into snreda mus- - In infinitely more rapid than that piven imagined Some months later however this rojrnc was driven away and by an elet ic spark For this purpose a steel mirror so mounted as to re caught -- P P Holder in St Nicholas volve at the enormous speed of 1000 ilrmentoea fro- - Vunt Vernon times per second is used This mil ror OeaastonaUy it is possible to satisfy is not larger than a silver Vt maH pieoe the without doing any and the beams of lirht given off from damajre in particular This is th it pass across the eraeu at such an unat the tomb of Ueorp e Washington in thinkable rat of speed that it enables Mount Vernon A lady had just picked the photographers to Laka pictures of up a pebble from the walk in front of the bullet on eapoanraa of only one WHAT DOES IT MEAN the venerated spot to carry home with millionth of a second her when a workman came up with a old ontainl In Sra Wafer wheelbarrow full of gravel which he inil- ahirtnt innnaali i S W llrldaas jnnirhni Prof Ioliv believes that all the to I hatUaKa Atlanta cr JackaonTilla Plonda mile inur nt dumped on the spot Have you fixed old now found in the ronka and suivl up the place that way recently the was SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS deposited there from solution In lady asked in a slightly apprehensive wet n nV of th IW voint I Virkntmra nl Shr sea water In Rapport of this tiicoiy it Ill ess you miss tone OTt Ln tin runmna was the reh apj fiaemnati to Knoxtllte and Aflflll Iitt nun t rn ml U ply we have to do this about every is said that sei writer eontains a little u New Orltu r H Shrf tfiMift Auk aatnti akunt i nn rhr 8hlhrrill and LarrBcthurit tipi- rouweuao it made at two weeks so as the tourists can have less than n grata of goM per ton ao ixinio with Tululca trtUM t ail jrgiata toutfi eording to nrhlcj estimate tho be consomething to carry away for motnen W r RINKARSOV tains UKMnoo limes more arold Viihri GcqI Paacr Agent CucuiKaati 0 tums lias evei been extru ted from the roel- How a Toad Waa pperil QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Spomaneou I nltlon of BprjKtna That aatoniahtng possibility of build-The fact is well known that petroleum fcat ing up living animals from parts of -spirit or lienzine is largely used in tha animals has been demonstrated silk and wool industries and in chem- Â¬ by Ir C Horn a German physk logist ical cleaning works as a solvent for The experiments were made with tad greasy impurities It ia extremely vo- Â¬ s poles and other larvae of amphibions rilTiJfTilTSITirsfSEMnaSI fili FiL latile and inflammable and has often Kach of these was cut in two and different part were placed together in been suspected of lieing the cause of roUsa various ways when some of them those mysterious fires which occasionunited the hinder more readily than ally break out in works and factories frnJ the fore parts Two hinder parts each where it is mmh used One who has with or without a heart united in J4 studied this phenomenon declares that EVER itEFORE KNOWN TO THE PEOPLE OF MADhours the monstrosity living and crow- theignitior of this spirit is spontaneous ISON AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES and is caused by electrii al excitation ing for a week or more A built up Now is the time to buy Our low prices will enable you to put larva having the forepart of a toad and that is in certain states of the atmosgoods away for future use phere particularly when it is cold and the hinder part of a frog or vice versa dry the spirit becomes excited and exas easily produced I arvae of dif- ii I s e hibits sparks and flashes of light to the men ouus worm J7 lor 2 75 brent genera were joined by the Mens Suiu worth fi for aaareoaer with su h Baeeaaa taatt accompaniment of crackling sounds 50 Men SuiK worth 12 lor I5 it seemed possible that the doublet and the ignition of the spirit may take Boys Suits worth 5 for j place at any moment tmVht be grown into a green frog havBuys Knee Suits worth ing a black toad with red spotted beily 175 for 74 cents Malaria In Drinking Water Mens Overcoats worth Ji2o for j co on its under side Invention 3 In on article on drinking wator in Bojs Overcoats worth ro for ij5 mplaria diseases the secretary of the MM Mens Shoes worth Ji 50 for 75 cent North Carolina board of heaith cites 250 Men Caps 10 cents worth 45 centi ARCTIC JEAIOI Children Shoes for 25 tents worth 50 cents numerous caws where neighborhoods mm Mens Boots for 2 cents worth 250 almost uninhabitable on account of S Wool Overshirts worth i 50 tor coc malaria kaaaaaa healthy when artesian 500 Ladies Vests with sleeves worth 35 cents for It cents water was substituted for that from 200 Ladies and Miss s Cloaks for o cents streams or surface wells Most well Canton Flannel at 4 cents a yard pF3 informed physicians are now convinced Blown Cotton at 3 cent a yard that drinking waterJs the chief agent Calico at 3 cents a yard of infection in malarial and many other 5000 ds serge Dress Goods j c worth 15 diseases Gingham at 3 cents a yaid Men s Undershirts at 20 cents each Worn Than a Itomb 1000 Ladies Handkerchiefs for 2 cents worth 10 Tupenny 1 found a burglar in the All our Ladies Cloaks at your own price kitchen last night Come and get the barcains Dont buv elsewhere until you Bilda4 Did you shoot him have seen our prices Everything mat go to make room for Tupenny No I didnt hare my remy Spring Goods Fity dollar bed room set aiven awav nPi volver but I grabbed up my wifes month A new lot of pictures ju6t received fruit eake and threatened to mash him and he surrendered on his knees 8T0RETown Tonics NEW How stuok up 6he is because she has frrllS HTrlJlTrBJsrfrlJ n frrlMrrP Ira ifS I carS f raroJlrarJl a seal skin while we have to go around Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder in our bear skins- - Harpers Bazar j Worlds Fair Highest Award Â¬ Â¬ trtea SHACKELFORD GENTRY Towera A fine hat 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 day a heap But still this fact dont make them sell Roods very cheap Now it will be your own fault in this case If for bargains you dont come to this place Please take my woid lor what I have said And regret not opportunities fled m Â¬ 8 n i r m 8 8 r m WEST BOUND Irvine Braufie Union Kichmon1 b S ah r M Remember that to do yourself good when you can You must always trade with the cheap bargain man If vou want genuine bargains go to the right door This ic the place A Feld or Cincinnati Cheap Store A M Ladies after having read all the Climax news Come to Cincinnati Cheap Store for shoes Gentlemen Trains between f And for only fifty cents Ive laundried shirts jou have collars in pink blue and wine choice of something fine spend three I will have more to say at some other time But a quarter spent with A Feld saves a dime any ticket W H ADAM - want a 30000 Feld or the Cincinnati heap Store is my name All come here for bargains yon have a right to the claim A KENTUCKY CENTRURY- - Â¬ I H- sT i Â¬ CHOICE SWEET PEAS A FELD Proprietor Cincinnati Cheap Store AGENT FOR JOHN CHURCH 6 CO CINCINNATI MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra H Kentucky to All Points Nor H 40 CENTS A POUND unn iit tPi-tc- - pASVICKS SONSSR YOU WANT A and South west Through daily train service between Cincinnati Middle boro and Knoxville Tenn and Points on NRR L SritUlr u OUTH BOfND Lve Cincinnati tve Iovington ive Kalmoutli Lve IynihiHiia Effect Jal 1 lt s Daily K -k- Daily 8 8 1 No Â¬ - r DO ti am nn nn am s n K rr Fiirls Arr Loalngvou 1041 am lve Lve rr Pn Wiiic W I iaio 1125 125 12 manufacturers Â¬ CARRIAGE Â¬ HORSE 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