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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rw VOLUME -- V11I PROFESSIONAL COLUMN E3NTAL ST7EGEIIY Crutcher fii RICHMOND Kt sl KV Herald E3tvTlil cl 1879 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY i fol 1 X Highest of all in Leavening Tower Latest - 01iiXL2d liJstololislxoca 1007 WEDNESDAY APRIL 101895 i Rc iort i - R NUMBER wj s - 44 UNTY EISECTOEY i US Govt lolir arc bum -- - - bvapaaasai CIKCt IT COlRT rtv S K v BA Scott I S E Scott ii in Jan- Mondav m April ami easl MORGAN 4 YATES DBS 1 ember and le- KT rWaSBSEf ABSOLUTELY PURE so developed when he picked himself out of a swath of dead people lying on the river bank that he got ten thousand dollars damages he ciime a newspaper proprietor and grew rich and famous from lies writings ami it all bspjh Thompson was one day home from the scene of a western saloon brawl wounded and unconscious to a hospital It happened to bean Episcopal institution to whieh he was carried and it was more like a home than a hospital He had a long and hard tussle and w rest le for life but he came out of it at last subdued refined as by fire changed altogi thor for the better His native intelligence assumed a stronger swav than it had ever gained before and his heart turned to bettor things to home and Julie and religion lur ing his long convalescence ho had the almost continual companionship of the young rector who had charge of Uie hospital chapel Joe tiffed himself easily for confirmation in the church He had learned its catechism creed litany and general services when a boy for Julies sake he studied for orders wa- - ordained as a minister and was given charge of a western parish The time came when he longed to preach in the chapel at Porley and it was on the Faster Sunday morning of ii arrived unanis that ho did so nounced at Porley the evening before John Mieou had kept his promise With Julie as he always did with all iie had carefully used hs persons carte blanche to prepare for the Raster service the chapel that had grown to be a churh and she wore to church that morning the pretty and modes bonnet that John had s t hi bear pou her having though it was not probably the bra one in ilnvse p as he had suggested because Jtln didnt care Ur It was known by the vestry tsSit there would bo a minister in tbe oa tun of a temporary supply for the old rector who wis growing feeble it had be on the cuanisl of Iev Joseph Thompson thai his name should not ha announced until after the morning services The rentry appreciated bk wishes This was his native town To Julie t hero was no need that ilio name should be given even though the ministers hair w as w kite as hi r plico and twenty t re years had passed since she had Been that face She knew that her big brother John would never again rally her about her long lost sweetheart He had arisen Â¬ Or 1 Debilitated women I ss assai XI City Property SHOULD USE FORi BRADFIELDS Female Reoiilatorj National 3 - ame I K u Rurnani Cobb py et WELB Kl- BURUIX -- DENTBST together were V iMBll HMoMi Kkntvckv rry Ni Ronqunts for ranter The Easter bonqnal eif the Irish at the present day bears a strong resemblance to the- two yellow irises depicted by f lonardo da Vinci in his interesting Jj Every iuirredieut possesses supei properties and exerts a wander ful influence in toning up and strength eninc her svstem bv driviiur threueh easjaaal all iasanrilisa the areas Health and strength are guaranteed la lit from its bedFi tilcn fi wife wli i w mintti nftrr iisinir HKvrillEilS ieviaii iwo tiinlh - I kUuik wrii KKci roll I M JOHNSON ViiveniAr Lriiceitatl top hie SALE I have a Kine New Kejulenee iituatcd an Broadwiy aad some very in t lie first Mon DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SI RG EON -- 1 kILU 1 P V Armei KrVlc KV PS rodd t 5i - R R V t la - second J HARRIS M I I S Richmond itnb - Kentucky V Brat 5FT WW Kr 75 lSTEKUM V 53i JOvT wj Av- fcft rt - VW L laAwissfCSN a a 5 ii- - HHIM --V i C- - h jr jir Â¬ ii sists of a spherical ball of primroses carefully ti d together and in the center is placed a white petaled anemone or pasque Ih Warwickshire England they have veri similar bouquets except that the plume of the anemone is supplied by a branch of the palm willow In the celebrate painting referred to the Infant hrisl is represented ns standingbetween two yellow irises that on the sinister side w ith th petals downward apparently to represent the huiiianitv or humiliation of Christ while that on the dexter side had the jM tals upward implying the divinity or glorification Â¬ paintings of the Infant Christ It con- Â¬ tr DESIRABLE L OTS tjri BfiAOFIELD S REGULATOR CO SwwSSr1 Atlanta 6a WLDouclas Ota on different trect in the bc t neighlu hoeids in town AI o huu c and pulile corner lh lots suitable lor I iveiy Stable Mule hed S Manu factories or fiiulie u call on I II POWE1 at llimav Oftcc I JPWW 5 CORDOVAN jv aanfvW dflKL rif FOR AKING WHY PAY DOUBLE PREMIUMS FRENCH A CNAMCLLED CALF 4350 FiNc CAUaKAjKAMt 3P0LICE3 SOLES eXTUAFINt FOR LIFE INSURANCE I It is nonsene have lm ated in Kieh tnond to write pure hlc insurance lor the lent Savings Lite lasaraacc Socie- Â¬ ty of New York Onlv about haM the premium usually paul is charged by this company Let me write vour insurance and thus protect vour families J II KI NNEDY ATT0F1TETS tar Mai An - POWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW KEN1 - 5Wnl AROSE 3 VS W h7 satur Mar- CITY COt rzTC2Y IT an enev SH KELFORD N The light of the world fmaw from tomb It is not that in piivs hristian rUCKY Kfr t i NEIAS 4 t - v- Jfi11 st- - -- i APitv f- S1I - o ax vAU with his hack to tin- - fireplace in the living room lirst itn toit then on the V other toasting the soles of his heavy boot lie had Just pome in from his work of repairing the broken places in the worm fences n the in grass farm which lie had Bill ami mi which stood the log h he had made Ms first D ivhi earth fifty odd j ar 1 UN M1CO0 rTORXEY AT LAW k fop tens of thoosanda hut it is tlio - Rita sepulcher of the trimatlican about w liii h center the a tli ml the hope of nil believers The ages IumI Sloped In hri--neKK uutil the es lining ol the sublime Trni loh bad i ebi posit Â¬ jior STEPHEN n PARRISH ATTORXEY AT LAW cr livith angnished in- - hi h in- - also inl forth the in die hall linrr in ll Kim m - liv the Hebrew lif1 Hei l- hint and there soliliii there i a CHrH I DIEECTOET C II BRECK ATTORXEY AT LAW Kin on in out tin ii is not ni lise in ill it res The hristsdaj iven philoao- ii nied t he do trii the terror r terl i Ofl harden caatae and in His death and resurreition from the to and inuni liht The Chinese lii a Confneius t A Ml IIVAN AT LAW KKv medans a r h lie Moham-Â¬ of them t her and ruan hut tliey left the dogma of in jrbjomy n where they found i i nd Irayei M I liinr that men ill di lit not nx lv H B IIiKi A died and AT I A W who lived suffered houl a trace ns of other E CI Pas- - I Ki n B sMITH ATTORXl I III K The Nazarvne so lived o suffered and so died fKvrnitv stamped His words and His works bnt humanity was in Hisagon and Wo and in His givinjf up of the pliost As man that had been liK body was laid away in the tomb and disciples mourned as for a man that was not The announcement He is not In re Â¬ I t or ii a Kit i M He c I I M CHENAULT AT I - to quicken all ii dead into new sons into inmouth of humanity tiod lor tli till rlaii nation of irds to am t ne n h Mc K S a in R i ATTORNEYS p in If Kkxtickt I lc shall it ufv r t deal h and t m - is u i i Rev la 1ST and fifth y DR H prave ma look upward to tinlirist star of promise nd say with Paul grave wh at a new minki ii lav Win Ciow R GIBSON of et nature when the trees put on - PHYSICIAN AND SI UGEON Pa tor hath arian nv Pastor Ret S it DR 1 A II STEWART AND - ir lav an PUYSiCIAS ionu SUUGCf - Ias -- Kentucky 69 North nrdav ttusdai in each nontli at 3 and 7 p in on Sun S i Kcudace Street or Rev R L Am foil riav and Rev 1 DR Will lav Wills A KENNEDY I AX AND SURGEON - w ii li new ami the ground lifr when flowers spring up as by marii- and send fragrance out every where how tit intr that Caster day m- Chris resurrection day should b memorated in the midst of vernal t that the lieils shall v How ii ring glad uotes and that the service of the churches shall partake of the uni vcrsal gladness of naMre Christ is risen from the dead and Ihm le the fruits of Im n that sleep Hail ivy harbinger o man triumph over death when they tnat in Him shall he raised and join ord their Â¬ ithin a mile From Chinquapin biU stood the t Perlcr whoae spires ami other highest objects could be seen in almost any kind of weather from itude of the farmhouse Jacques and Iconise Mieou the founders oft lie meriean Mieou family had gone to the last rest hivI their children were ou1 in the world pros is people heads of families who gt gWrtkeof hinquapin hill as home and who with their children frequently to the old place for Bumtnerings a few at a time or many of them as circumstances were and it was always a haven when a haven was needed Of t In- s ns ami daughters of Jacques ami Iouise there were two however who had never left Chinquapin hill ex visits They cept on social or busiiu were John and Julie John yon have ahead v met He was the youngest son of the family and the master of Chinquapin hill and he had a glorious fain ily of boys and girls about u dozen in all and Mrs John was yet a handsome Itaircd quiet and happy matron of fifty e was the old maid of the family She was trim and neat demure and I faeed and beloved by the entire tribe and the especial love and butt of ber alÂ¬ most brawny yet tender brother John her about her old maid ways but frequently hugged her like a bear when she caate in his way and always n leased her with a gentle Ulss Late in the afternoon of a soft day soft as to the condition of the soil -early in the year of grace ISM while John Mieou was toasting the solea of iota before the lire as he stood first on one foot and then on the other lie was joking Julie as usual and upon bis favorite theme Joe Thompson will be in at Raster Joes hair must be a wont he Julie sight by this time if ho hasnt had it cutcny more than he did in those days That wonld be a atSYbe lies bald hy that is to say w Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sweet-manner- and yet the Thompsons were Methodists There came an Kasti r season just about the time when Joe and Julie were at the portals of manhood and vvomanhiMxl in which Julie with other maidens of the church for two or three dais before Faster Sunday was Imsily and devoutly dressing adorning and decorating the walls chancel and pulpit of the old chapel in the village for the approaching festival There were some young men in the little church with the girls helping them about the heavier part of their pleasant and congenial tasks and in the chatter among the young folks tlere arose some gMil iiatund banter Â¬ ing concerning denominational faiths One of the other girls remarked that there was redly only one Christian meaning church the Holy atholic of coarse its Protestant side and that bach denominations as Methodists Reformers Baptists and the like acre only societies The insane impulse is something to which nearly all intelligent persons are mon or less exposed at some time in some way The inclination to spring from a high place to the depths below to throw ones self under a rapfcH pass ing railway train to isay a harsh thing at the wrong time are perhaps some of the more violent phases of this im pulse and it was that kind of an insane impulse that led Joe Thompson on that Saturday afternoon to say More religion and less ceremony is Hut that good to have in a church cant he expaated in the Episcopal church of which the best thing ever said is that it doeaat bother with re-Â¬ ligion or politics Young Mr Thompson may have been urged to this under the delusion that he was saving something very humorous second hand though he knew it to be He hail barely uttered the words when he caught a look from Julie that made him fe el just as if he had struck her a violent blow in the faee with his clenched fist It was Ihe same look of the hunted fawn that has been mentioned before in this true talc He was heart ly ashamed of it but did not go to Julie with humble apologies and con- Â¬ tritely beg her parilrm as he should have di ne When tle work in tbe church ttM otcte-d Julie accompanied a school time friend and chum to In r home in the village and remained until time for services the following day Faster S1111- Then she went homo with the day others in the family carriage to Chinquapin Hill Sometimes when things start the wrong way H seems that the track is lubricated to facilitate swiftni ss It had Im cii arranged that Joe Thomp son was kn go to a distant city in duo time to take a place in business with a maternal uncle who was tbe head of a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LADIESThr sna- of Basbar The song of jubilee has gone forth and the old men are saying The Lord SEND FOR CATALOGUE is risen from the dead aaasl The young UUUULAa J men and maidens catch the glowing Over One Million People wear the theme and the little children scarcely W L Douglas 3 4 Shoes comprehending the source of their joy All our shoes are equally satisfactory w ith glad hearts rejoice beesure Jesus They Hive Ihe beat value for the money is risen from the dead All over the They equal custom hoes In style anl fit qualities earth tidings have gone forth and as ihfr wearing uniform are unsurpassed he price are on the valleys and the plains have been From to f saved over other makessola if your deaer cannot supply you we can Sold hy ringing out their praises on this bright Sabbath morning how many hearts have been singing Our Jesan is gone up on high Richmond Ky i Jl 2l7B0YSSChmSH0a aKK ll - ill 4 17 ro jv R K 1 ZBUCKEYEllUUs OINTMENT with joy unspeakable thai Jesus tin risen Saviour continue- - to lo I ord over death and the grave May every soul that is nearing the bound of life every sou tlwt is troubled and distressed be cause o bereavements every doubting weary pilgrim longing for heart the rest and peace of the Fathers house be tilled with the joy of Faster Weeping may end night but joy cometh in the morning Thr IT of thr VfornlngLct ns rejoice at this season SS ey Why lie I murn mnre t ViinX rlyboy rktnt see how I can help ik fyou imaiinc serious and i old boy my landlady holds my trunk fatal diseases result from for board and Ive got to stick bV her tritlinrr ailments neglected Texas siftingDont play with Natures A BMptaai Mc tim greatest gift health neve spring suit or cioilitaj I h t hoped I Id a crv - Smith Have ing Lent iskiI been fasting dur rmrenc In Poor Health t irSii a w Sr J m CURES NOTHING BUT PIlESg and CERTAIN CURE 7 IB years as the 6 BEST REMEDY for PILES m sm ti hv a il t rvrtrii tr bsajtst k t 100a j known for 7 A SURE iminT M aV 17 -J Mlil IIO COPYRIGHTS PtTKNTrn i -- ft I OBTAIN A prnmpt answer sssfl as Ml vv lions si r i tain them sem leal an IstTi- - takes tbnn s i W Knr a ni guo of roechan- - thue are broe But Fit I II had s t have i ny heart ta 1 upon 15 t It ren If nt ar bonnet For a to buy an E Browns h nerallv ex- lasted titt ius vnuare fevlinR rt sorts wcik sna Hi K J - v r s titil Easter day was drawing near as waa show n in he- opening gloriesof wood - Truth An Iniprovi nieiit and field around the- oli Carolina home Rev Mr Drowsie Did yon enjoy my where Bessie Thorn well had spent the days of her uneventful but happy life Easter sei moat Mrs Uaprack Very much I thought Honeysuckle and jasmine blossoms flecked the worm fences lilies of the you read it so much better than you valley violets buttercups and dan- did last year Truth delions carpeted the meadows while II All SOT A HAY Til SPARE trumpet flowers and laurel blossoms lent glory to the neighboring swamp The thrush cardinal grosbeak and S mockingbird filled the air with melody ming of the as though heralding tin Christ day The youth and buoyancy of the vernal season were in consonance i4 AHbbsbI with the life ami promise of the girl B W J j SM just budding into beautiful woman Â¬ I Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuialgia Hd rati t work J it OH r lUa- iir the mnM relia- Htfiw u bens latest MINN bCOl assa ami ph in entra ts tiv Vuik litil Bnvauvrar A Mr- tnu sfnetheinnaj m h is a Iron Bit- A lew mes from the erv tirt d ttmm your rth an J it plcaint tj take J ett xivioov and Trade Mirks obtaml and all Pat- - J business ciniticted for ManriiiTr rECS J Our Oricc is osPOSiTt U S Pstcnt ornci J v cant in uvc time hen un Ltasuisii w iiiuw f mm - riiA c 0 liil vac vail t - It Cures Kidney and Liver f p JHT S5rWi Â¬ i hood How supremely happy she was as the grateful breaths of the mimosa reached - Flnireii her nostrils and as she looked out upon tbe groat forest tree- that gloried in She their delicate vernal robes thought reverently of the approaching day when clad in white robes and bearing offerings of Faster flowers she would take her first communion r widowed mother The only child of and tbe darling of her old negro mammy Ifanthy her young life had never known a care and she might have been utterly spoiled bit for a refined con ioiisness that forbade selfishness Mrs 3 -- Hsf 1 SssV si i U - fel M lf v Iji- BVy liet onlv llie eeiiume- - il luirros efl refl All others are sub- ihe wrapper i lii reee iiit of lm I stuule will send s t oi ten Beautiful World 1 Fair Ykrws and book free ii m nai 7jnor urv ncrM Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints t Jcost with J How to Obtain Patents --vad foreign countries J same in the U a dress sent tree A A 0 Senrl fnideL drawinir or photo with de We aa ise if Untable or not free oi J le Our fee not due till paLent is ecureti 0 PPMLCT 01 f rjru yAw A AvvrfsoNiJ Patent Orncc aVySlsiVi-Washington f CASNOWCO Ocp O C - Van Window Shades Oil H 1 Cloths Â¬ great manufacturing establishment A Â¬ Biddy Barnyard Ah children what a narrow escape you have had To morrow - Easter and if you had been much later you might have been boiled for Faster eggs - Golden 11S Two Visions h- noM a ilream of an Kastcr hat While her husband sat pale aad Oh then he sanl anil hunx hi hesJ I vc a nightmare of a bill Chicago Kxeea 1 ik T BnflBnBawVaBnnB iHrfraTX I S I Ill Ntair YSH Richmond KsurrucKY 04 and Sundav H Campbell Waco la tor Rev iidav and preceding Saturday Lick Pastor Rev R L Am i lira sunaay anu preceding i 1 Mam Si - lj DR JOHN M FOSTER 111 nans Chapel I lav Pu on First Sat Pastor Sundav in each month i Pastor Elder Pike Thiid Sat- and Sundav i Fork Tuird Sunday and prcce- 11 i or An Rev ring Caie ini1 first Saturdav i Iator Rev Wm Rupard - Chapel Speed -- Rl First Saturdav and lirsl Kh HMiiND IAS - AND SURGEON Kentucky iiskIchlc at M and am UMMI Mun k Avenue W EVANS D KestTVCKV An B Richmond Hi ami l IWI In I Si oiid Saturdav and Pastor Rev R L Am Kir- Pastor Rev ick cburch T II Campbell lblican Pastor Rev M A lones - ndav and preceding Saturdav and fourth Sundav K viumilY P Ill ill rar oer Bstmnt tis bore tiicin To vh re tin siinwilrifts lay In soft warm a rnis 11 bore them In far itT Northern hurl WinIn zmmi 1S c r M - JOHN KAII1KII Jt ME 5 lik a uatnral judgment agaUist him You must have hit him pretty hard to make bun lay away so long and him so tOO UK south Hinn cuigos inlieania iv DR T J TAYLOR r RlCtUIOND IMSi Slore mi T Ulse ll LEs of e HKIsT and Sm KtNlleKV ii- ln b thr ice kiig s liauil Till by an aniiiiii BSDlc The oieh mini m I thin fce 1I1 il Ani th here the bbow tres And ilaneei in neiirifi iiiooil sad fitters pelted pie Thiid Sunday and pre rdav Pastor 1 H Rev nelds S inday W Harding le Tlurd Sundav and precedm rZldn Caitvv right M ifJe Seiond Sunday and prece aturdav fo epb Ballew olid and iourth Sun- Paster and preceding Saturdav s Sabbath school 10 a Woods I Thf Ami 1 be icrs Jewelry 3- - The sip cM saitti it CHAS EteOKER VETERINARY 10U SURGEON Ami tie Anil hul in Us p All up mraiarea the hrauctiea fun Ontario The rUun h h bells raas the messne ris of nie n w Hi i red iy DcBtMtnr JllJ Serliy Kv 4s- - And The nr was rlca L 11 month Sunday i Reviiolds first Son K L Caitwright on lev Hi lily and of rose blinder W F Smith m aei White hi at ii a vn Sundav school at ojo a meeting Wedueday evening J -- t While men forcare their la McELREES WINE OF CARDUli trnif As om To lt b Re olds Sun Christian Chun u h month and Satuidai preced IV i Oak Sindai thai i CIlAHIis IVilNTi r o livening service and sermon at t4 Yoek doting the winter Ladies L M Wi on Fridaj at i p m ne Ktci t 11 III ng I aulKe P I I Ksll HI si ill rryce and sermon s e Iii biiioud mnt evening Si in a in n Father Ma and third Sunday ai Lecture and bcnedictioii on tlic an the BKSI Pi nters does t h work arid vol ght Gt I Alllillll Pasor Rev Til av cum Sec jI For FemalB Diseases our hope is in the f existence in another oiitiiii in after death ever world in a fter and we looh more- for death immedia than this r one Indeed what nly hiistiaie called resurrection of the dead wi at apt to call perhaps rrectly the immortality of the Humph in iLe lie nh tnat as the penitent thief had Hie prom day while his tlur and - i count on J in Pa of all belii Be a a calj ilso Julie gave a sly little glanee at her big old brother and something in her oye thit had the bint of a hunted lawn pal bid over them John seeing Jt caught her in his arms held her up as if she were a child and kissed her then sat down with her on his lap and said I think I would go and hunt him up and slap him over if he were worth the trouble Hut he isnt and never was and I wish you would quit thinking about him honey for I know you al ways are Im worth a ten acre field of Bach as him and youve got me For answer to this Julie turned her face to her big brothers shoulder and he said nothing more till she lifted her tear tinted cheeks and looked away trying to hide the weak John con Never mind honey Im going to give you carte tinned blanche ti decorate the church for Easter and hows your bonnet Well you thai have the best one in the shop Now run away I and the prettiest know you want to She arose and giving John the tiniest kiss mi the ear or somewhere in that neigiibuihexxl vanished in her gentle way I wi h that milksop had been born in licks ichistan and never left le John Mi mi remarked to himself as he tin bald head of one of 1li bra andironThe Mi ms bad descended from k that had originally Carolina am Ep paliaivjyn bad been their inherited re- ligirm Julies religion was second most Indeed nature to her allowed the iii and Julie Joseph term arts from their had bee ationof the two childhbod and pted hiiil g fact Ui the two faniilws who wore as irms ami could make t Â¬ 1 - contingency had arisen in the establishment that made it neeessary for him to start on the Monday morning sue ceeding Faster Sunday in obedience to a sudden message Oa his way in the early morning to the village- - where be was to take passage Jim called at Chinquapin Hill to say good by and also let us hope to apologize to Julie for his almost brutal words of the Saturday before Julie was ill and not know ing Ibat he was going so far away so suddenly did not see him Love is exceedingly sensitive and 4 eminently powerful in constructing mountains from mole hills Joseph Thompson as he pursued his way ruminating upon the subject concluded Of course that Julie was angry with Mm when indeed she hael never been angry in her life though truth to tell she was still suffering from the blow he had given He made some poor excuses for himself to himself but the foundation that upheld him in it all waa that he would smooth4 matters over if necessary in his let ters and he would see her in the summer Besides Mr Joseph Thompson felt very much elated somewhat con ceited and altogether self satisfied as rural young men nearly always do under anything like similar circumstances He felt proud indeed to think that the city could not very well get along without bun It transpired that the inexperienced Joseph fitted the city too well but his uncles business not closely enough The story is so old that to repeat it would seem to be a waste of time not to speak of its commonplaeeness Joes letters were just like nil such letters for a time and then they fell off just as letters do when young men from the conn try start in the eity on the pace that kills Joes dismissal from his uncles service brought him a con He went else sciousness of disgrace where indeed far off into then to accept a situation obtained under the influence of a boon companion Igly habits brought more bad results and thus the years went on Homeand Julie had become a befogged memory Hut Julio herself kept on in her devo tion to the little chapel and with Joe beside it in her heart w liile the bunted look in bor eyes hill aim more and more frequent and she grow to be tbe little old maid that she was always expect ing that Joe would come some day and then dear old big brother John would rpiit joking her alvout the lost sweet heart of way back yonder Strangely thipgs sometimes happen 9 change the whole course of n life A plain common every Â¬ For instance day printer who had just returned to ideof the country after the great waref sll fi seeking employment in the biack art that he had abandoned four years before to become a soldiea ii a steamboat explosion and came down on his head from his blowing up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Ive Matt mgSi i Carpets -sAexVlW No Weilillng This Kaster brings mc no content Th reasons plain to see She gave up many things la Lent Among them being me III HERE WE HAVE GENUINE BARGAIN Judga We have just roicived direct from New York a large stock winch we will offer at the following prices cento per yard Matting Wild tny Floor Oil Cloth 2o cents per yard thing during Lent 6 i Floor Oil Cloth cents per vard Higher About thirty dollars for ray 56 inch Table Oil Clotli 15 cents per yard wifes bonnet Brooklyn Life Carpets cents per yard The Height of Humiliation Felt Window Shades plain 10 cents with spring rollThongh liister is the time tbey sma and cents ipaipie and Linen Shades f 7 and s feet zo Annual Sacrifice Are you going to give J ij - - Win- It irnuian Is in ctover bo her a aorrj lm e bonaM is marte over i 13 An Kasler Vllll HF lis I All K M ANIltR Â¬ Mrs poem Celitur pav- - lonnet This hat is a perfict I She was innocent and pure as the lilies she gathered in the meadow and merited all the affect ion that was lavished upon her Mantiys hue lorderod upon idolatry Miss lies iell bo jis laiok de angnls in disser frock declared the negress as she held the garment up for the adI deaa miration of Mrs Thornwell wonder of any er deins os poof y she added Mantliv ejaculated the mistress mildly protesting against the Irreverence De brassed Deed I lines missus Lavvd done meek 1ier n ef darsany sr erits pootior n her don I jis clirn up oherde wail n peek at em While the mother and Minthy were sounding her praises Bessie entered hashed and exeitejt I have been cown among the bay trees and cypresses mamma and am so very tired she sad wearily The doctor came and looked grave Night shadows fell uixui the earth and deeper shadows fell upon the household A malhraaat fever bad attacked the maiden and tlw spirit of iireprossi The fragile irrow was present form waslod fast and then came the setting of the bum of that young life The wan face lighted in an expiring glance and the feeble lips whispered This mortal stsat put on iiuinor Â¬ Â¬ decline to Editur All the Bsore reason slouid FREE There vWWVWVUVVVWAWlMvv -w - - -- sw-- FREE v for it lirooUlyu Life This is a box in our vvinJow containing a number of live dollar bills In the glass case attached to the box are box has three different locks wenty five keys each differing from the other and numbered from one to twenty five Three of these kevs open the box and if the numbers on the card correspond with the numbers on the three keys that unlock the box we FREE one of the five dollar greenbacks will give you ABSOLUTELY Ask lor vour card with every purchase of one dollar Vanan VSa- - JassssnanTTf W XI ELDERS BARGAIN STORE 39 6 KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet Â¬ tor than others and enjy life asore with by more promptly less expenditure miaitiu the worlds beat products to the seed of pkrakal being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principlcx embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its exceileme is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas- Â¬ ant to the taste the refreshing and truly ieial proiK rties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative elFectnilly cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and levers illation KIITJ nurnmnunt - rlirillir Const O uisin saw- V JLl has giveu satisfaction to millions aad met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kidney- Liver and Bowels without Weak ening tnem ana H is periecuy irec iroul every objectionable ubstanfe ale bv all drag-s -- FRESH i I cnavBBBBBsvBSBsaaflblasp i m ar sLis3BSBBIBaSBBSBBBBBbBnBS MEATS OLD tality Tie OATJWDUNGANS STANDI that was to have her first communion was the il div of the young tirl The white garment IVoamo her shroud and the bells that weru to have pealed out glad notes over resurrection iuy tolled sobnnly for the young lifothat had Yet to the sorrowSo untimely ing mother the lesson of the lace that is to day h be found in all the world for tsbose who mourn aa she There came flottting on the prom the air of thi Â¬ We will always keep for sale the Choicest Meats ami PanV ufactureii and ulifornia I trv at the proixT seasons stu h as Beef 1ork Iatnb Veal Sau abge v as the hi We will sell at prii - tuni Tani Chicken etc So hring m Wc also continue to ha mile Farm Produce of all kimls Yon ioesc Ducks Egs ami Vtpetatless your Turkeys Chickens old stand lirst door wet of Hagapa vTll find us at J W Dtuuans drug store Main street strik Line i of re- - l wni iioii of humor aad put close t any substitute if oflerei J W MAY 8c CO courts in pursuance of the piovision of this act But no subscription of stock shall be made by said courts exvept to rCULlhHItl K FK VKDNBDAT aid infrviralel turnpike road com If Th8 Climax Co paiiies in the purchase of such roads ap have Ikh ii m mav heicafter In the c clusive owner or owners of sucb roads K K BOCK I and which have hitherto been operating sucb roads for tbe benefit of 6Qch incor PRICE IKR YKAK 150 inirate1 companies exclusively ami not mole than eight bundled dollars ht mile ADTSETZSXKO BATES shall If suliscrilied hy such courts to aid --i or in the purchase of an interest in such roads and said coarta shall hold such in E Ifl heretofme incntioiied for the sole us and It in ht el the traveliiii piihlic and no aaore tolls hall be charged and d for the use of men roade tlmn ICI f oo n as will tie necessary to keep tbe same in ii oo 17 to proper repair and other Beeeaaar mci denlal eapeaaaa lrovideil however the fiscal iriurt mav ukii a laroraMe 60 uo vote of the eople of the coiintv keep 80 00 keep up such turnpike roads by levying a tax not exceeding ten rents on the one feral rtiotr hundred dollars worth of taxable propernUr mii ty in the county instead ol collecting tolls ou such mads rrks THE CLIMAX Printing i -- The Sugar Trust has taken out a dis-Â¬ from their grasp and feel that I heir tillers license at Brooklvn and will short- brute orce and cunning cannot save ly commence distilling spirits thein Women are already mens moral siieriors and are fast becoming their inTin Kcntiickv Iduialional Association tellectual equals Their phvsiiiiie is im will assemble in Lexington July 1st and proving more rapidly than the mens continue iu session three days Altogether the outlook assures us al iim succeeded in making a sexual equality at no far distant date Whenever if arrives it will give a uni bond and will carry her bond suit to th impetus to program and mark a iiit of Appeals new and happier era for humanity for Mih u A 10111 for Governor is th right not might will govern and the latest wmtbicst wear the crown The brave women oi the past and present will n Ad in county Mi then be revered as the daring pioneers In the discovery of a New Heaven ami a Nt w Earth BKAVLKV olt ol WOMEN WASHINGTON nee Tennessee C Claflm ilr- LKTTKK nt 111 Â¬ MVs I RKPOBT I let urns of the imiitui e given this week show the condition of retail trade iu March tlironghoiil the country ami ANNOUNCEMENTS the distribution of BOO Is to final consum ers in comparison w itb the same month iu isoiand MHL While the leturns Iul J l given on other pages cannot In- con densed into a single coinpaiisoii and in 4 view of widely ditlering i onditions in WKINKS1MY hi isi ditlerent stt tions and branches might in that form l the less useful there is grat I i ifying evidence that in most trades and districts marked improvement over leTM aptkee is ajcita- - realized though on the whole trade is Everywhere alao hc public inind in Kentucky boh smaller than in Isi ni I other local topic the currence of Fjistcr in March last It lik lt it submitted to a year but iu April this year is found to ili in anv canatv will account for much difference in the volly Tin- - rantom ume of retail trade estecially in dry good and millinery and the severe weather Ix collic 11IKI will w ic tlir tirM and backwaidiics- - of the season also reWhile the volume of ituiiity nrtiKil In thro urt llir tard recovery trade in ipiantities of goods sold is llVf t the In h we nevertheless lugei than last vear but on untK the wlmle smaller than INKS the main 11I1 is lii liil with IH mi- in i oiiipaiison ll Hi Uial Ml tin- niiiitMil twenty- - loiiiiil in the geneial det line of prices lit 11I tlilualilieil voters ill i wlinb makes trade in value smaller even tu tlif iacal w here it is cleaily as large or larger in jiiantitv il urn in tinAccount- - ram the chief centres of has and keeping iii w hob sale trade are also encouraging tbis llpike ill i the laxpaveaa and the week There is not only bopefnl spirit pM white and but real gain in business though not equally distributed geographically or as an- BOB ruin to branches of trade a Hi ion tlit- c- icpairt-- mi the pin- - Ui tinllll 11IMII s y - A v - Â¬ Hll ii lilMUI H 11 Â¬ 1 HI- - i 111 Im- i - lu hum Jndge tiardner the Male inspitfor has it work tor wiiue weeks ill tbe Im pa im thi examination at a hatch of claims against M1llllid Iflllll the Male from Whitley county lb- be-Â¬ II till lieved that a large uumberof these were Ini From tin ml iiislly payable by the Male The re4 aeoportiuai of iln cent ruling of the Attorney- - ieneral on roads in the subject confirms the Inepectore Th is line view tu le laketi It will views and paatahm his ellorttlliit inanv ni llit- pikis arc a result iu the rejection of more than lno tliey will worth ol these claims Thev all came im ami aiil a A iarge pirt of li in Whitley county mania relieving them an- for aril in nmi etc in It tliat hut perhaps from Knox to Whitley The intly for linn bank- - ruling is that thi se laims can not Ik iiti- paid by the tate and ii paid at all must tlif be paid bv Very ami kimx no Km issilllim But Wash Hit- larmei Ip nil Men exceed in York Police Ci th lawless cou ill ie- - in which fair and is sii rior to physical ington breathes easier BOW We are iml reijoent- impartial the latter women in the former and it is trials were iinponsihle Irauk not desirable The are several nly towns in trade ami that this should be altered to lose our Teddy lit ipilal - in tin- - enmity even were it possible Vet it would add reasons why Teddy will mil become a Tin tirni at Winchester Ky eaax-- to the dignify of Isith if men were stron New inik Police Commissioner lb iniifiit says he does not wish to lo so And an Â¬ oi K HIll Hampton and J Boaiey ger morally and women physically wltere a system of free A modern Jimulved mi the 1st inst K 1 historian says Moral and other somewhat important reason is that ilampfoii retiring I io Irley will now rational faculties nun alike In- dormant Mayor Strong has not asked him to Secretary Herbert believes tliere ia much Inpikes Mill in all probability go it anuieand they will certainly so if men are particularly when it comes iii make the ur iieigblnir ilii The sun has wholly immersed iu the gratification ol in a bi it through again changed hands although the linn their senses Man is like a plant which to tin selection of a name for a new vessel As aoon m it was learned that the Secre tain till remains the Kanm The Mm requires a favorable soil for the full exitril if the tary was almost ready to lake ap the riiblishing Loinpaiiy K 1 Hampton pansion of it- - natural or innate power- The Ubav has icliied and the in w linn iacannpaeed It men had been shut out as women question of selecting names for the gun now being tonsil uctcd at Newport I Ruehry Ja ni of Mi have from Iln Beoadhnrat and their physical boats New- a the pressure iu favor of the la- 11 till I Adams KanWy will le faculties is ii certain thev would have cities which are competing for the honor lsly high edlloi and W I Alains lixal editor developed excess of physical powers linn k killi l I iy train- - said The new firm is oaonpaaad of splendid Notwithstanding her social disadvan began and it baa steadily grown stronger iui in intprove Uie stock l gentlenien and will add to tbepopnlarMr tages in this reapect woman has made an the end is not in sight The cities MX 111 K fill llili tliiln Willi ol the paH r Mr Hampton retires with her mark iu the annals of bravery His- having active partisans working in their a Im a it Ii tare pike the gi Hd wishes ol a numerous constittory affords numerous examples of great behalf are Nashville Chattanooga Lex- to purchase uency The Hilitics of ih napei will heroines many ol them too at a time iiigloii kv Mobile Norfolk Niagara and Ii fallow Mm k baa It- Keimblican a ol yore Winch ster when bar geneial position was that ol a Gloucester and other may enter the by something making it Icnioi rat Three states have slave but we can only note a fear good natured contest ami tin- iMHirttst of the Lenaaa of Attica bora the severest tor already put in applications to have their lb in en amm an- names given to one af I lit- two battle ill be worth the inaiiiiiini pi tare willnuit a word Telesilla the x n and ships aatboriasd to be built by the last iirtliir 110 iiirniukt iioiiin ed as a ciinlidale eteas made the Argolic women foariem again Kays that In- - not a candidate Congress Rhode Island Kentucky and ieeal in sell tu the count of death and disi omtited the Spartans lie ii iiiinds the writer of Heynmar of Pennsylvania but it will probably be a till Voters WITH Tliendora saved the basteca Kmpire long time In fore those names are selected Many of mil pikes pay well as Sea York aloK in the WMIitie- - lb Artemisia drank the ashes of het consort was coiitinually dii lining the nmnina- It doesnt require much foundation to ami llii a moil nt Camilla Qaeea of the Volst ians was be ii temptation to then timi tendered through the aa ilium of the lain righting at the head of her troops build a sky scraping cabinet resignation pel owner- - The fiscal courts will therefore aewapapera but wben tendered by the lioadicea encountered the veterans af rumor Mrs resham hippmml to convention accepted without a murmei Koine thetnaelve oonfroated with The Maid oi iiileans drove the mention to a friend that she intended Iu fact wanted it badlv ami the will imlii Fnglish from France karia stabbed taking the Secretary away for a rest in InIpv- tl wise statesmen it her ell to encnurage hei husband to die oniei that he might get a chain e to rek Friday night at a religion- - meeting hum tin- multiplicity ui coaaenl ami of in progress al AthoL Breathitt conaty Sf it aaaa BOt hurt dear Pactum she gain nis health which has suffered on acs Km to ensnare them they art-- 111- - two -- aid The tales of martyrdom are fertile count of his hard work during the w inter men Crouch and livan beeaaat If was telegraphed iu aiae ami beneficent in a diiticnlty when Bryaa drew of heroic women miug niaidens mel That was enough im- tliat will lie productive at the ii the most horrible deaths with placid every diiection that owing to a serious a pi lol and kilhil Crouch Bryaa i difference in opinion between the Presi Dumber now in jail at Jackson It is a title thing contempt if not with vehement jov In Madison count there are in pnuiil that Bnalhilt built a new jail and Secretary tin sham the latter No fiendish fmlures that devils could dent 11 last fall ni in liiinpikt at aM ln- certainly lias use for it now devise were able to shake the fortitude iii ic igu ineie is no uiiiercnce in opinion between the President and Secie third nt of liumlicrlcs- - brave women ialv owned hj Whether is said that a Nicholas county farthe iiHinty and has tmt fmui mi in under Nero or BislMps under the In- Ury lreslmin and the latter tas bad no idea ol resigning in theiiuiuediate futui- per mile Im nihil urt ni Haaj mer will plant thirty acres of red aunm quisition or the French fctnlatilBMlha utiles ol aneaeof the pikes owned bv in He has a contract with a pickle factory it wasnoled with surprise and aduiiration although Mrs lireshain would like bun dh ilualh rust at froml3mto SSjHS per We did not know but narhaaa he was that women dittl more bravely than the to do so and has it is said exacted a promise of him that be will resign next Kuppoae or the sake al an it ti in league with the d Was endeavor men winter if his health is But better than it mate we to buy the teuiaiu ing to gel up a miiiature hades or some Wih what grace and calmuessaiiil infiThere is little doubt but that a IwolhM interest in still pikt at thing similar nite tenderness tor others did Anne is now will bring him aroand all right mr mile IJI anhni at mi ananhi It is feared that a genuine case oi Bafeya and Mary oi S otlaud lay their hif tlnu it something ueiir tin lan necks apsa the black Kven the That he thinks so himself was shown lesmall jiox has developed at Hedges vins arranging to keep the Washington aimuinl f the Ilinli n ymi will lie calltil Clark connlv The case is Mrs Mary foariem lUleigh Mitlcr- - by coinpaiisoii nini wilhmil taking into ac for their queenly dignity excelled his apartments ixtupied by himsell and Mr- Ashland who ja visiting In r resbaiii light through the coming sumrmint t lit- - expeanec Hpaiiin saoie lather half jocular can m Mullins The l aid ol mer which be exunets to anead here a When we come to physical Health have the case iu charge giving ones life to save the mod the foreign complications are likely to be prorioea that Tiil residence Laaa Bam dear to us women stand alnnst alone make it necessary that either the Presiltaine4 lhil tlls neceaaary In keep tIkin was buitied Wedne dav night Whether to suck a pois med nana I M dent or the secretary af Slate shall alHi piki-i- - in Vf have Bat He bad Saa insurance oa bis house ami to inteivene and rtteive the assassins ways be iu Washingtou and the Presilinlieil the iiisiiiii Intake a flHoiihis furniture iu PayaanTa Big dagger or to nurse I he wounded ia Iln dent exit ts to go to I ray Cables early I agency In ptoiositHHi liutan His Ins till ba considerably midst nf battle or to watch by the touch in June ipIi ol Ijht ami ilesin to vie of pestilence or death or to commit the greater JKir Ihe Uiniix Babpjcl ami vaaah it ampathaaay hnhaaj suicide to save their own and their husMa iM ahanhj either shoot or give Hiimla bands honor they have acted without iiil lujlbe gun for if be anal watch mil The inilsjiur was allnoViI tu in Tin Womans iaapnha i f r free pik Inn the game will noun liemit of his reach I parallel on the part of men love is stiouger than her fears and there Craekara LaaaaaW palUtaVad in ilnas mi will aee il cawram with it renew e I He ha- - been Liking aim long enough is no sail itice which she will not cheer Cii It kpjwk tall whir- time since iniiilens im tin jiarkhors who are al The Spectator lull make for hiin who sways her heart ami Baa wry small burs like tlie chesttaninc nmli their load Mr II viii iv a lively 7Vv ear old What she aoaa by impulse man feebly nut lmrr each niiut like a nee lie and I7 nt Set af the lemial tries to do by calculation as a nettle to the lean widnwi and Miss Hicks j yania uld Another itaii amendtil in isvi fur But it is iu moral courage that woman kind erowK law and has sharper stiller were married last week They belong iu para shines lust as the greater strength ami prickle The soil is san Iy and nearly Kusw ll i oiiiity It a manv as tweuty rivc training of man makes him physically a way- dusty and Iim and the spur is ent of the ijnalirieil voter- - of anv Tin Unpale fet r is raging at Midway siiKiior so the moral strength and among the low scanty growth of lrrasfi tv shall sign and deliver to the fiscal The OHppnr says new wheejs arrive training of woman makes him morally and weeds ymi tramp on it barefoot and irh i ininty a pet 11 m riijtiesl- - each day and that quite a number of her inferior In loyalty truthfulness you irenerally -- et a move ou yourself bjed of taxatiou for the pin- - ladies are purchasing chastitv lidelity pity sobriety honesty 1 had one in my hand today Like mir wheels paaei liar the aejnaaaaha of turnpike and general perseverance in well doing own Inill ncttle Ihey always manage to etock iiientiiine1 in this ait shall be Wll- M the newly appointed she is immeasurably above him This break oil in your Ht sh and are nearly in- roterael the eonntv at the Minister la Mexico has arrived at his has lieen noticed bv irnat writei- transparent ui eounty or State elet tiuii to post of duty He will ba oflieially re every age and it would not be difficult The cypress tieeo art- just BBttiac out ha held therein thereupon the judge o eefved by IVeaideatOfaB thai week to discover why she is so much mans their feathery leave They usual v prow sard eourl shall order an election for this moral siierior Mandeville thought it only in low damp places and sometime paepaea ami if it be found that a niajor- EiiiiTiKN 111 xiKKii convicts are con- was because her brain was more accu- attain a treat size the aokanj voting are in tavor of fined in the prisons of Cissave pronounced cas sawval the Mate AUnit rately balanced We think however it shall Ik- - ordereil hy l njj said la im of this number are at Frankfort that it is largely owing to a higher stand introduced ae vend reafagoiroai BnunL said toiin and then such fiscal urbi and the remainder at Kddvville arlof moral conduct having U en con It is a tuber tawing from six inch shall have the rihl and power to levy stantly demanded from her from remot- two feet in leaajtb and one lu two and and canar to ha collecied taxes on all But she must insist upon onedialf inches in diameter Tli i got out a nice job of Horse and est times the taxable property in their counties re Jack bills further physical advancement and man grows fnttn one to three feet high and last week or B F Wilson apaetraaly not to exceeil ten cei leroy Ills Ciimax job work is appre should look to his morals that sexual brancnea out over lare space It is ireil dollars wjith al said harmony may result iata I woody and from these eane as the aiv oue year win slial he It is no wonder that the cowards and lop is catted oouithe Beal years supply applied v saii ojurls exi lusively to the Tut new Spanish Manatee is euioiile u hearted among the men are bit- - They are broken into foot lengths ami pavmeut Im all such stocks a uiay be New IVnuutn olilnimd Io the Dr Prices Cream Baking- - Powder rider the nrdfre of said rritb thij They see the IOi of t pping Awicd GU Medal Midwiatrr Mr San FnndKV 11 A Â¬ i tian-feiied i 11 I Imv I -Â¬ i toads ami said by an excellent Divine Washington D C April a 1888 That though many discoveries have The Treasury is today in better conbeen made in the world of self love there - vet abundance of terra incog dition than il hjs been at any time since It has 4eased nien to the present administration came into nita It tt In hinl For some time there has been a arrogate to themselves neailv the whole power of human courage and to regard womeaaa steady increase in receipts liolh from very timid and cowardly creatures when cantonal and internal revenue and they compared with themselves Now we do are expected to continue to increase right along Not the least gratifying not deny that somewonien occasionally have little atrectations which give a thing about the situation is that il is BOW Color to this opinion These are scared certain that no extra session of Cmigii at meeting har intern cows or oxen as will have to be called even if the though they were ferorioaa bulls They Supreme Court decides against the injump iii terror mi a t hair at the sight of come lax unless something now entirely a mouse All these however are errors unexpected shall make it necessary af education just as Imy- - are taught The Treasury will have ample monev to hum the cradle to despise girls for their pay all claims and the arrangement snpN scd waul of bravery and grow to made with the syndicate which Ixnight manhood without seeing their mistake the last issue of bonds basso far worked Vet Mandeville in his Search into the like a charm in keeping the gold iu the Nature ol Society avers that Man as Treasury Postmaster General Wilson formally he is a fearful animal nttindly But rapatook charge of Ins department yesterday cious love- - peace ami iiiiet ami he He was sworn in Wednesday afternoon would never tight if nobody offended by Chief Justice Fuller the ceremony him and he could have what he fights for without it This may In- true of being wrtneased by Mrs Fuller Mi man as a savage But civilization gives Wilson Mr Iissell and a number of the Mr ami so much skill and dissipates so many er- officials of the depart inent Mrs Biaasjl expect to return to Butlalo rors and terror- - lUat men have b arned President ami to be iuarrel oine courageous ami self in almiit three weeks reliant It would be natural to suppose Mrs Cleveland have invited thein to the mothers and sisters of brave men spend a few days with them at Wood ley before they leave would U brave also We look for cog M Mi H Twitched of tanaaaaa nate qualities in both sexes of other aniw ho has la cii I S consul at Kingston mals and are not disappointed Why Canada for nearly twenty years remt should mankind be an exception Why -Id it In- - imagined that men have all to the Slate department a cm ioaa method of discrimination against Americana the coinage and women a im poly of which has been recently put into effect timidity Simply liecause of mens Physicians The majority have by the Canadian authorities never given the subject a rational residing near the boiimlaiv line between thought They have exdndad women the Iniled Mates and Canada have for many years ever since colonial days in from their own favorite fields for the di fact practiced imliscriuiinatcly on IkiIIi pUy of nearer y and then pride them sides oi th- line but those who live on npon their vast nperiority Rat whenever Women have had ciiial oppor- the America u side of the line have been tunities thev have proved themselves no notified by the Canadian authorities despicable competitors with men in that thev will no longer be allowed to physical coinage and far ahead of them visit patients living mi the Canadian side That is an application of the iu moral liai les iicss doctrine of protection that should be Al a time like the present wben pubi lic attention hugely draws ma coin studied by Gov McKinley and his dipaiitivc view of the qualities of both rt pies Washington waa all torn up early iii it mav be profitable to draw atten li u to the bravery of woineii We do the week by the publication of a telegram fr New York saying that Mr Thendoie in t desiie io aade rvalue the coaapicaona elt our own incomparable Tedvalor ol men n the contrary we are dy was to withdraw his support frmn proud to recognise il to the full We only wish to point out thai women art the temple of national ci il service recapable ol the same great quality to a form and become a member of the mot profitable dweree ami that therefore il tley municipal aggregation which Mayor should be t in mirage n them as well as Strong is assembling in tbe name of re In short that in men Il i be men icliise let women form in New York city Teddy was to retire bam the Civil exhort each otln Service Commission to be conn a New No one can doubt that moral courage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It wa- - planted in the early spring The roots are nearly all starch indeed they make an excellent starch Most peopl them for puddings for which they are grated its pretty goid after a good cook handles it 1 beg leave to leave the banana and pineapple till they leave out a little Most people are cutting off their more orange and graefruit trees 1 think probably third to a half ol the smaller are entirely dead and a quarter of the largei The others are sproutim- - at the ground and few larger one higher up on the trunk There will be no oranges in this county this year and but few It will probably be ten years benext fore many are shipped from Florida Most people think it takes a citrus the or six yean to bear though people here say twice that w ill tell you of the gopher He re sembles the terrapin and turtle lives wholly on and in the land I think litis harmless hardshell except to green peavinea His hole is usually at an angle of forty to fifty degrees crooked slightly and eight to twelve feet in length The eggs are deposited in the sand at the oeniiig Then the skunks Â¬ WE HAVE THEM rm - MORE GOOD T WE CARRY AN AT WVMti Mild m nmqHfi J O ifiijrcil ejafra a fitit CLOTHING I ENDLESS VARIETY - thnjirfsl ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE UK Till LEAST MONEY THAN ANV CENTRA WK I Ready Made IN SWEET CAPORAL OTHER HOUSE KENTUCKY STUCK AN CIGARETTE H HAVE IN IM- - Clothing FROM WHICH Wl l ERY ITl slnod the Test of Tims MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED ui i MKNSK LINK OF live on eggs Spring cate heiself Many cattle have died here Charley Cornchson PostOface hours from 6 a m to p tin- - winter Col Moberleys far famed herd would refuse in disgust what our in Money order and registered letter a m to pm COWS choose with avidity The scrub is hours prompt the cow for Florida until the people can LIST PATENTS treat her like a cow Homebody in Madison county has cirGranted to Southern Inventors this culated a report that we are starving dis- week Reported by C A Snow Solicitors ol American and Koieign Pat- couraged and committing suicide iu con sequence AH nf this is a lie There ents pp TS Patent I Mine Washing- C has been only one suicide that 1 can ton l J fiest Mime V c hear ol in the state in three months ing machine C I Callaway Louisville V Tin- Mate Health Officer has promised to Ky D Carpenter Cart iipling nilorin meot any and will say inoreit Beam La Railway gate A H Cole V Newport News Va Weatherstrip this later on In noplace is nature more II Davie Federalsburg Ud Shaft tug lavish vt it Ii her gifts and living cheaper B G Donate Ipebmsas La AppaWe can raise everything we need to eal ratus for lifting water Kros Anniaton except w lit at There - no doubt some Ala Fork A Hege Hirkmille IfcL Shocking T Kline Savan what balder times than usual because nah Ca machine Car coupling V II Lankford ol the freeze Still we are mil distressed Senora Ga Horse collar T W Mabee or discouraged Down with such lies Baltimore MI Shoe protector IV B Mann Balti re Ml Dental chair V and slanders r Martin Salem N Separable but A Ca m K kb toa C Mellin Richmond Va Com- pound engine J R IVrfater hnstiaii burg Va Nul lixk A W Ti dale MoV A selle MiKS Tin kcr i Darton Tenn Train order box Vyae North Wilkeeboroogli N C Nut lock I P White Shallolte N Ha John Ball Must Fish or Cut hook I Wilson Baltimore Md S mil Imagine a rat that liven in the ground that flie question of arbitration was once ami has jaw pouches and yon have an before proposed by Veneuela At that idea of a salamander They have as time the Foreign IMlicegave the subject many bills as the pcaire dogs but uo most careful consideration a id then sub mitted a reply euibodving a nrojiosition visible opening and do not come out to arbitrate certain definite subjects if I is a variety of turtle The footer To this proposition Venecannot uudertnke now to describe the coatroversr or more kimls of tish found in zuela has- never made a rep y either achundred Kish exist in si s to cepting or rejecting the proponed basis Florida waters of arbitration ruder these circumstan suit the angler from BHUBOWa to whales Fish are caught by measure and sold by ces it is not desirable to proceed to a sec weight that is they are caught by the oad proposition ol arbitration when the g II and soltl by the pOOud but some tirst remains unanswered In any event Here are certhey an- caught by weight wail till you get a bile We have plenty of tain nirtioiis of territory to which Veue anv and all varieties ami vou do imt 7uela lavs claim winch under no cirusually wait long for your bite not of cumstances will be made the subject of the expected tish but of the cooked fish arbitration as they are recognised and Schools are closing for the year I established portions of the British dothink next letter will In- for the teacheis main and are not therefore a subject on which the judgment of arbitraand deal with the school- - of this state Nearly everyone here has a number of tors could be invoked Third The subject matter is one be cattle They feed on the prairies and in th- forests There is not as much ex tween Great Britain and Venezuela so pense iu feeding fifty as there is for one that the Bom olllces of the United States are not regarded a- - essential to a settlein Kentucky Iu the spring and sum mer 1 lot is conslrncleil on a piece of ment as it is not andcratood tha the ground which is to be tended next United States has assumed a protectoryear and the cows kept in this at night ate over Venezuela or has other interests than ihat ol a friendly power Such a piece has been cow penned The calves are usually let run with the cow- - until they are twelve to eighteen months old part of this time out with them the rest they are kept apart daring Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office As a coiiseiiuence the day m the night the cow dees not calve more than half as at Richmond Kv for the week ending April io iSo Mosj often as our tows iii Kentucky George Adams Amanda Harris Miss cattle here are like the razor back roach I aura Maggie Mrs Adams Haw ami ready They are small and very Charley Nell Mis Mary Recti Mrs cheap a fine cow brings from 1 to Ed some may be bought at S3 to -- - while Annie L Atkinson Isaac Miller 10 to 12 is tbe general run Sometimes Miller Mrs Kitt Bogie ohn R Brad V A haw Brown Bros Mciiis a cow gets bogged She wanders too fo a marsh and the soft ground lets Sowards Mrs Ida Tudor Bfehssa Warner Miss Maltie Miller Reuben Miller In r down until she is powerless to extriÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Suitings THAT WE ABE MAKING GENTS IT Furnishing AT I MODERATE Goods i PRICES All SCRirTIoN CHOICEST VAR11 IX IN STLK BtaShDont forgot that we make the LOWEST PRIC1 for the quality of goods of any firm in Richmond Come and inspect our stock YORIBS The LIST OF LETTERS Spring Campaign Against STOVES We are the sole agents High Prices - i Bridqefords Eccromist IN and Steel Ranges Every range SHOESSLIPPERS HATS CAPS is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction mond We cji have over tr Â¬ V I- GENTS FURNISHINGS and ii b 50 of these ranges in Rrli We also keen a full I Stone-engra- WALLACE WE HAVE RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND MOST RICES line of Stoves Hardware Tin ware c Give us a call COMPLETE LINE OF 1 1 1 Misses Gents Boys and Childrens Ladies Â¬ Kver brought to Richmond Our stock alwayi beautiful is this watou be ond coinpaiisoii in stvle and variety ea- Owr prio aon tower than ever are in met GENUINE HARD TIME PRICES WL- have the prettiest line of SHOES RICE CLUB IS Orna Maupin a I I I WW Miiiinsryand Ha irg pan Mr- - IS IT JINGOISM Â¬ TAN SHOES AND OXFORDS In the market at prices that will astonish vou Under no c ire urns tare should VOU liny elsewhere until vou have inspected uui stock We have in N TABLE upon which will be iKsptayed brakes si augn rated a BARGA1 and odds and ends iu Shoes Slippers Hats Cap and Furaithtna GimhJs and other tilings too numerous I mention These goods are north much more than vou pay for them and you will do yourself an injustice bv not taking a look Call early and get first choice Yaai Vc lor goad goods at low prices lL-rnrii-- i amita we have DRESSMAKINC spung and snanaei And ba- lit stk Bait Dacla Sam Must I saw B Has Got His runt in H And jiluihl Hie Monro bv lone af Aims on the Hili Seas iu Defease of Venezuela Mr 1K - J i iiMixii II Ki March Jstli I so 1eriect rils an rida trosaeaua We are located at Mrs pin eld stand on Mail and see us MRS A p WAll I I ii orn 1 -- l - - - -l I I 1 11 Â¬ i I I K Â¬ Â¬ I -- -- i i Â¬ - yr In - - i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 I The United States aqaadtoa under Ad miral General Meade was accorded an ovation at Venezuelan orts ipiite re centlv and steps were taken to commem orate the noxaoa ix rattis by em ting a statue to President Monroe at the capital of Venezuela Within recent days Venezuela has mated large concessions of fee Orinoco country to the citizens of the United States A strong hope seems to entertained on the part of Verrrzuela that Hie Cnited States will not stand idly by it a resortato force is made It is understood that the position of Croat Britain in declining the suggestion of the Â¬ Â¬ lI ackuow li dgin receipl Mutual Life Insurance Companys check for twenty two bundled and thirty two dollars and seientytwo cents 23272 in settlement of policy No on the life ol my late husTHE V April I iiim band Ccorge W Maupiu w ho lied Ali R N V WHITE has just returned from New York having It is stated by H rsoi in a position tu gns MH si I am pleased to say thai bought a full line of Woolen and Wash Drew Fabrics of the speak with authority that as soon m it is just like finding that much money newest and latest pattern- - There are Smokcy Oigindies dappled in Veneuela is conviln ed Cleat Britain bar pa the policy which wis issued has tii allv decided not fo arbitrate at Noveinlw r 1st 1887 had lapsed for non white and chilly blues ginghams running from cod gray Mzrch to nettle the Ixiuudary dispute as nggaated payment of premium due November 1st scarlet July in liued trills batistes circus yellow and violet favm lin- Â¬ by the Inited States through AmUissa si About sixteen months after my ens and muslins pink as azaleas or barred in pepiermut stripes piques dor BayanJ the Southern republic will husbands death when the policy as that charm the eves of the dainty misses and make them long for sumrejiretfullv but resolntelv resort to what found among some old papera iion the mer she laganla BI her last recourse a res rl suggestion of a friend I wrote yen asking plaid madras and corn pale embroidered swiss and at last tbe to force Venezuela fully reCOSBJaea the if the Kilicy had any value and you can novelties of the season cotton crepons whose crinkled surfaces colored great military strength f imagine my surprise hen you informed or white are strewn with llowers in their natural tints Also silk gingme that the policy under its extension BBITAIX iivi hams of the most beautiful texture for making fancy wa but it is declared that her people are clause was in force at the timeol mv husI certainly have every ready to We their homes and their cities bands death desolated and laid in ashes rather than reason to be satisfied with the prompt submit to what they regard as national s ttlement and take pleasure ii recom dishonor It is said thai the contention mending the Company to my friends who desire to purchase a policy o insur At prices to suit the buyer Our stock ol corsets is not to be surpassed with Great Britain is not so much m f territory as ol the sentiment and honor ance that is iion forfeiting and this side of Cincinnati Beside- - we have in stock extra side steels side Vary trulv involved So firmly impressed have the shields and celluloid protectors for the front that make an old camel all Kivvii K Mvn ix people becoeae with litis that opinion js but new All kinds of expressed that they would rather see Ohio City of their country go out ol existence than Statk okLucas County Toledo 1 into the practical control oi a forFrank J IhiViv makes oath that he With cmbroderies and laces suitable for making and tiimming under eign power is the senior partner of the firm of F J wear n iuii assortment of novelties in riblwus buckles hair ins Little doubt is felt under these circum Cheney Co doing business in the citv curung tongs lace veils in tact everything that enhances and makes stances that of Toledo County and State aforesaid more attractive KM II M and that said firm will pay the sum of will forcibly assert her rights to the disONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tor each puted Orinoco territory as soon asCreal and every case of Catarrh that cannot Britains rejection of a settlement is defi- be cured bv the use of Halls Catarrh For the house wives we have a full assortment of oil cloths nitely communicated This territory ex Cure mattings Frank J Chum v carpets and rugs window curtains cotton nd linen sheetings tends ebon UO Ailes along the coast towels Sworn to before me and mbscribed in table linen and napery running back thirty live miles to what is my presence this 6th dav of December We also keep Brainerd Armstrongs wash siiks nnd Uo at 40 ccata known as the Shomberg line Through A D iSSo a dozen or four cents a skein Indeed everything that con the middle of this strip i nns the I lrino--Ises a naad line ol Dry Goods can be found at the corner river commanding the commerce of it to W GlKASON j v rtl c cicouie SKA I WE ARE AGENTS FOR BCTTERCKs PATTiuv the interior of South America Notary tublic ireat Britain is already well intrenched there Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally with a naval station at the mouth ol the and acts directly on the blood and mil river 3V- Send for The interest of the Tinted States iu cous surfaces of the system the controversy has nronjaaned steadily testimonials free CHENEY CO in recent days It began with the cjorijinjmruinnjuwvuirtnruuui Toledo O friendly suggestion through Mr Bayard aWSold by druggists 7c 5 H von need harrows olows If you need hardware cutlery and a request from Congress that ireat axes caftan harness Biilain submit the matter to arbitration nails bar in n blacksmith or Sin of the - In iaeiaaati fjaia Ienn WALLACE FROA lalies N H 41 MRS I B TISD is lisJ Â¬ DIRECT EAST NEW COAL YARD M I N I have opened a new oal yard op the ice factory where you will alwa find on hand the best BLOCK C cents other grades at oa Orders left at Cm ington Arnold Bro and the Willi House will be attended to i I M WILLIS M ft Iroprietor and A Full Line of Ladies YELLOW Misses Childrens Hose PINE FLOORING AND CEILING Poplar Weather boarding Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles Â¬ IM i yDOMESTICS HND LI1NE1NS Â¬ A Â¬ BEAUTIFUL WOMAN Framing Lumber Doors Windows All FirM t Ml Mb WHITE GIBSON rJ And Awarded Highest Honors -- Worlds Fair chains at farming implement of anv kind call on - gearpea hul oHj 1 oaeQoea i 1 Â¬ ymts CREAM DR UUITLTUTJ imxnsxruwuxnnnsuub uinnijinxtruiJAiruinjut Is Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE Mai JMt The Vulcan OAnrutJijijnnjuxruinnnAnjTnnxuvTariri I Chilled Plow Richmond cKnjuruiUTjiuuvnjuuvnxjijxfuiijxnxir5 5 HartWraro and Grocery FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST rirm ia TJvnj Decidedly The Best 1 Ml of lira BAKING POWDIR MST A nnrinnn nxinrurut ruuinjin atutq A uuinjTnjajTJijinuijiAJi c full stock of frvsh groceries line of ijueens - r Aleo a choice Salt lime cement ed oats S need potatoea and gnwe aecls of Saaawh I Mesa will si for the settlement trouble with PERFECT MADE ARS ware At pute plow bev A at uw er of the Climax a Iom to the read a pound - - from An THE STANDA1U j thru nJwruvrwuutmtrutnTUuinjuuuvinnnjiwinnnnniinnnnnMinnri i Cm- - THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Rev M AIK ills evinitneiue Dwataaisua SaiuM il - JI ei Mr SlratMn Kim coaasty iil K now lt n ult MN Ml III J Hattaaaa at on the ml at rea njtl m Mill t t m iaiuiiai bitten lv a raafM mtii ii v IMtMd TlliK- - in Uie i Hav Tlijp foniiiition i Lie re iiintriiiiitnv l Baited Sua ire Mi I Mum Mel K in in v MiH C rvine man I in ea ave been Mil - isj titan Bribe i brroei iin a tlii- - t the regular ani ml liiiiail aaaaaMser I i i l I Armi trAaia M n ii C II Prelate i -- lasrior Warlei i C mitli r Willi- - ml kin n Balder men county honest and lion tlte most ului a iie anl I Inn ton at the i the M etloca- - ii l u i Mcr Sen i ll I liil- - W I III llVfllllll III re will w Im Â¬ ll will jritl lu R pro lix lav to i Tin- Mtiu- - ii iti iiinoii iJI piTe a report of - of the moH In Ipiul and inten si lna i iiiond are eonlially not only tlte pofmUi it a do au will M I to oin div - sfcimiK 1llt la I 111 where of the Would liIllilld tillr liellllHl- - o be for the promise meeting that iimI let n- - all be inter- jirit o in - that be in our i 8 I In U hall of tl Mi- - niniitt e i M I im Oar - Ill Mr M tlI - ilita MVeliag hit CaToll is holding i ini n in m i liTf J3 hi h ni Tlie 1 Pickett rt im linn- in hard f t lli v sj makers aim il the and il from the should up liy the word Several im deal- - ofil while liliia - tioii durni ii Lave ml n i their to a at the ntli- - aoa or iioii- - uutMlllilie inteiuper- - and other and in miw- its effort I None and none lint nd In jr iii vv went Im atv Eastrr PrrparatiaaK n the in hi- - iaanraaee ny is now at h millinery trimmed aad u nt rimmed hats and bom Mr ii F Bradley employed as a H always welitmie and iter on the CJatiaaati Southern wlio Maoeiatg snarli giadm only with railroad was taken sick and returned high prirea qoaiitiea aad inluta nl my fo his home here on Saturday oHerinp will le an aRPNabta arpnaa Deputy Collect r Thomas Austin of Ohildreaa ami auana hats tastefully after aceacuaaaied by Meaara Burmade and trimmed ton and Collier left Monday for a raid Mm i Shaahaaaen lias just received among the inoushiners of K istern Kena tine lot of Bowera from Lexington tucky Silas T Green one of Richmond old which blie oflei it her lioine on stieet ii with an attack of Att nl to the iHjHrtii- - pneumonia At hi- - age M years the nily offered by Laaae flay lor parrfaaa chance- - for his iecoerv arc donlitful intra valuahle hoaae and lot on Main W Todd baa moved from Speed Mreet in lliiscilv See advertisement in well to Liasslield where with his In another collllnll be will engage in baaaMaaat D a Martins I M Shelliunie Tav r v ille Ky depot tore BrassfieM should and will town- enlil e was re- heafsjud boaiaeaB iint The Climas 111 vv ith the medal the jill wis the new eiitetpti the oi in m at Lexington lri lav loiaml Dv ie Letcher Central I nivei-ity- representative Mi and Mis B L Mhhlleton hi Tl lavlor it vva- - thuoghf would Ilanton Harry Bktnton Dr T I Taylor Im the vv itinei lull it was adjudged other- lohn D Keney Jr P Adam- - Jr and several others attended tin oratorical i at Lexington Mat Alarm last Friday night io who keei- - a salo in on Mi f Rirhu Maggie tiood who Main Mrei t Heal the K depot oa is employed aa governess in the family it Mr Sunday ninht Inard a invsterions noiee lam dins Millv ille Ky will a- - he thought on the inside of his spend net aerk with her parents in building and lioin the Round coujectured LichinoHil She will be ac oiupaniod on that a htirglar was at work on his Kile hei vi it by Mi Minnie Coins lraiik ert was passed around lrt Loiiudalioiit thiel Fii nev vva- - notiliel and sm a MiMv ni French id Richmond i f aUiut Ii men suiioiinded the j In i mister Mr- - Everett Ungnely armed with -- ht icunaaad pistol- ii Highland stieet Col Sam Stone and a rush was made on the burglar returned a lew day- - ago from a trip us in any wav resembling a burglar through the mountain- - and feels sure nad hut the noise continued and that lie will snrare the entire vote o uimiii close examination an old tin sin II Kentucky for Alldilol Win RWiugtng ia the wind an tfriking ami oh- - chester sun tnirtion was found to he the cause It Sunday la t was the occasion of the after twelve oclock Mr t Iirihdav anniversary i Mrs Riy up the drinks to the b Spear- - a well known resident Jeiwa- thiiMv crowd miue county and at her beautiful home in Spears was gathered a nuiulier of The Millrr Nral Tra triends and reatives who sit down to The kiliinj of Belt Seal wan a shock to his maiv friend - in M unity dinner together in the spacious dinning room decorated with sniitax and japoni- iiiiuy of vvhoin cannot bring tin lu In he olilii the lahle nc lied a oudtlcl j believe that lie was guilty pretty little lake surrounded by fresh v banc as to Im ileserving ol the gn on which lloal1 a i nitian punishment that can be inflicted oa a hirtln Lamaw being that of takiag his life and gondola lMiriii tle time day cake the handiwork ol Iter charming siidih him unprepiiii into the po - Virginia and Marie M- of liia mal sick The u ual hospitality of the Ben t Neal wan a uioat en Spears family was displayed to the plea husineSB man and as sucb had no epual till county la his dealings while ure ot all those present Svxsaer April on the lMikiit for the making -a bargain lie viatiitlv hoiiorahle and hi- - word was as his bond Iuriii the loin i OTTONBI la II u wbkii he etved - Deputy t1Mr- - Tilda Smith is si k with heart l iiiider Hon Iluinaiii hK hi ted w ith such tidelitv f trouble Mr Clayton Sanders little daughter is iniinni from Mr Ittir ick nain that be was one of the beat men he ever knew Mrs Rebecca Moberley - very loa killing irred oa Monday w ith coiiMiiujition i n Miller ho done tin I mted BaptiatjChan b af Gilead lered himself to the authorities died Iio A C Pike to preach lor on the -- ame evening Circuit Court lie- mother year lie has had the n iil iraud lui of tins church foi font years iiiipaniiled Iue- - lav and an indict men I The voters of this Million precinct oi manslaughter returned Tin in a short time have the opportunity trial on Thursday and a will to vote tiinii agaiusl whiskey each tained and a rer-k well to the interest of this voti noi guilt i rendeie hi Saturday locality lion A I ruinani acted a- - lUornei lor tie pi and 1iddell A Kid lei for the defendant nv Not having been able b obtain puti n Mayme Hume wa her than general news sent to the ville cdncsdav an form no ju coa Mrs Mary Boen Friend hi- n visiot the tbe ting here foi lays this week and cat h n Chi- - Miller of Centre College Daninnity in likii they We can onlt regret Hie liappen- - ville spent several days at home this Week d aain depiecate the hellish Mis P I Hume and Miss Cora Hinds carrying concealed weapons piutici Ilovv mam ol men have been thus have Keen atending the Pickett Sleeting ruthlessly ut ll a- - a result of ilns tern in Richmond lea o hie practice and by tic Mr Oliver Bolts left Friday morning which render such deed- - not for Millers Creek w heie he intends isi only possible hut in mat tiugsomeol his country friends ii the pari of the peretrator I W Smith of the Carter Dry Goods W are not Judging tbis ran Millet has Co who baa been in Louisville on husi iried hy a jury of his peers and icturneil home Friday hi ii not guilty thus throwing the onus A Rev MctInie and wife who death upon himself But visiting relatives here have been without their pi onveoienl boa returned to their home at Law reaceburg differently the case might have been Judge Robt Fluty of Clark county IhUSDNAI lias been attending tbis term f Cireuil Court lie still enjoys a good practice II Cheiiaitlt aa over last wivk Col among bis old friends here nl to Mc SkMr Wade Squire Tims Vaughn went to Rich ill yesterday mond Thursday night u the purp employing Hon A I buraatu for the d te lim a ulioii in the ca eofihe Commoii- tow ii last Sunday Mr Burnaaa arrived I Sbitllett has gone to the mountains wealtli vs Millet here in due time lri lay momiag Imying attle again A musical concert wa- - given at Hotel i Bradley isgotug to Mi Tudor la i Friday night for the benefit ton this wek on a visit of ihe jurymen ia the rase of the Com Cobb went to Bfooaaiagton Ills monwealth vs Miller As they had to iv p m on bn be kept together and it lieiug yet I mi Mi- from Schafliaiwen has returned early to retire this musical treat did to iiii nds in lipzington much to break the monotony of the sitMrs Judge W II Lilly Irvine uation tin city Moii lav and Til Died at the home oi her lather II B Miss May Moore and Ms Koliert Mc Wincmaa in this county Mi Laura Kee visited Miss Sallie Vatei last week Wiseman aged I- - years Interment at friend lohn hVed wa- family burying ground on the home farm relative- - at Dodge Clafk roonty la t Consumption was the eaoaeof her un week timely death The bereaved have the Col T I IVmaree will return with sympathy of the entire community his laiiiilv to MadiaoU count in the ileal The funeral of Den C Neal lMk place tut u re from his home on Millers Creek last k t Waddv was Tuesday He was a Mason and was Mr I W McColm of Zariag and family re- buried by the Masonic order lilge delegations from Irvine and Hardwicke cently V W Watts and iamilv w h have Creek IxMiges were present in connection InterIs en South Uirougb the winter returned with the Millers Creek Lodge ment tMk dace at Mt Tahor ek Friday night MiMavK HarWr who has s l elegantly entertainedMiss Mabel Bergman a number ol her winter M Ifiisfcm tesas the Mime Those present wci friends mined home Mayme Hiiuie Kolv Phillips Judith lle e flOlTge of Prof L Tudor Bessie Kidlell and Maude Emory Bfieodint some time in Ohio in the in- V L Vaughn Judge D B Bed f his wine J S Gardner CI us W Friend Be v E A MrCtnre and wife of Law 11 t has W Sale Liddell and B M reneetmrg made a short isit at the home Bergman IKI elitoi and wife la 1 week Miase May mc aad Lena Baldwin en Commonwealth vs Green Miller For lerlaitied a few liiends la t Wed the iurose of investigating the ahnva idge Lelwint enipaneied a special in a delightful mam iid Coiiniie o nli have Grand Jury the regular one having com- Â¬ pleted its lalMirs and been discharged c Ballard af ag Mi- They brought in an indii fment for ami ImiIIi sides being ready lw ii from Ir lu ttie Hiiuie at they went into trial Thursday evening lloline vine on Thisrsdav to attend the Judge Robt Kiddel for the defence and the M K Church Hon A K rurnam far the prosecution I nd vv ife Spearsv ille Ky will speak this morning Saturday M iy of their daughter This will close the argument and the case ingtoo Monday of last neck w ill go to the jury M Clay was in the city 1 tt His health Mi ii- t llartaua - in Â¬ Â¬ ready raised barns in their minds which will no doubt soon materialize The little daughter of Mr Fillmore Richards who has been suffering Irani nervous affection is being treated hy Dr Greea uf Ken York City and prospects are that she will soon be restored to health The many different types of mankind it tMk to make a world was suggested to me this week when 1 heard a little iv Ins father was going to gel eord ld hi- - bed He must he of the - aiilipie 1 fve pan v I -- I iii i - I The spring term of school oneued Wednesday Pearl Goff has returned to his Michigan home Whats the matter with the young man w ho is engaged to two girls Mrs Carlock is entertaining a sister ami i friend from Buffalo Prof Dodge has gone to Ohio where he will remain several months Lev Iasco will simiii remove to the Ieslei property recently vacated hy I B I Â¬ evv is -- - -- I hiii -- -- a- - Tutor Clay Derrick hits returned from Ihe Fast where he has Ih cu in the of Ihe college Miss louse from Indianapolis is spending a few days with our lady principal Miss Freeman Mi L Gay Taakeraley has gone to Richmond for a few months much to the recret of a certain young lady Miss May Preston of Berea eloped with Thos Thorp to Tennessee last night where they were married and where hey will remain in Ihe future Mrs Junie Searcy is suffering much with a lame fiMt caused hy her horse falling down w ith her as she was on her wav to Paint Lick a few davs since the students made good use of the short vacation Manv visited the pin nacles kuohs and raven while others worked rode horse hack aud some of the girls made a visit to Drip Lock and other places in the mountains Some of the young men engaged in a fo Messrs DiMilillle chase last week and McLaren were the foxes chased by eighteen other young men The foxes each carried a bag of paper cut in small pieces which they scattered hy the way as they ran that the hunters might keep on the trail At t steady pace the hunters cha ed their piey up hill and down until they reached Blue Lick where one of the beasts was caairht The other one having exhausted his supply of paper the chase ended and the Imivs returned home having gone a distance of about IJ miles Â¬ Dunlap of Jeffersonville Intl tal place The Nea pondent ferfhe Pan- announce that a drummer pal in his appearance at Do- that place M appearance of a commercial traveler startle the commuÂ¬ nity there so as BO an use and excite the newspaper man and cause him to record the happening in print and have it heralded throughout the land Here drummers are as plentiful as loafers who congregate aroaad Capt Potts office oi River John Heathmana much her alded blacksmith shop Mr Cochran preached here la t Saturdav night and the following Sunday morning He presented his siibjei ts in a ma terly manner and il is hoped that beneficial results will follow from the thoughts suggested Rev Otho Williams of Lexington came over Saturday ac cording to arrangements to preach on Sunday at II a in But Mr Cochran who also came down Saturday n Richmond occupied the pulpit The community regrets the OOSdUetiag ap influents These two able and zeal mis young men are working eaim tlv for the salvation of souls persuading sinners that he that believeth and is baptize shall le saved as is promised that all flesh shall see the salvation of God and they will find while review-Â¬ ing their labors in future years that bi many as were ordained to eternal life believed For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall Â¬ Â¬ m Im- IPIEOIPXjIE lYORYflliwRY 5oap of STUDY Vol are hard o eai -- Richmond and Madison County R INTERESTS It is a too well known lac t that times h must endeavor to make the dollar go as far as possible It Floats PORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY TMfc Where you can make one dollar go as far as When you need W HE CYCLONE STORE IS THE PLAC- Efive dollars somewhere else CLOTHING SHOES AND FURNISHINGSCome mti - PHOCTH VWlMUtE W- CINTI tt teachers umiii Several of the teachers called Million last Saturday and re ceivel their money The others will promptly earned when it is convenient for them to call Mi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THE CYCLONE STORE No 104 Main St opposite the Court house 4 WANTED A young physician to invest 2oo as partner n a medicine that will pav large la e tabhsh at Richmond Ky lor full tl LnjTJTjujTJxrru About sixty choice volumes have been pnntiBOOd for the Madison Coiintv information address 44 7 Teachers Library The committee is still selecting IxMiks and when the balance of the subscriptions have been collected ft Hy as manv more UMiks will be added J A BUSBY frv inc Ky 5 DO YOU 3 W7S1NT m rvip A Â¬ Valuable Property saved Mrs Druey Oahora of Fortwortb III is visiting Mr- - Baker and family Rev Otho Williams of Lexington preached at forest Hill about tw o miles from here at p iii Sunday Sunday school has been organisad lure with A K RimmI as Superintendent and it is n eless to say that with him in charge it will progress finely J W Master- - of Perkin- - last county court day applied to the Madison county court for merchants license to retail whisky by the quart which was granted him J w Fi F i The representatives of the Courier Journal have placed alnud twenty live sets of the KacvrJoaedia Britannia with the teachers ol the countv This good investment and is one evidence of a genera literary awakening More ed ucational journals arc taken more ImkAs being pirchased and reaM by teachers than was ever the case before They have at last realized thai this is necessary in order to keep up with the de mands o the profession FOR SALE If not sold privately before I will on the i t day of May iS put up my house and lot situated on Main street Richmond Ky fur sale Title guaranteed For particular- - addrcs- - I BARGAINS In First Glass Goods READ THE FOLLOWING U LALNEY CCA Stanton Y III II Kv COMM mm ALE H New goods -- J STRENG YOU JVW1MW k t t EDUCATIONAL 1 v t i l I mi-lit- i v i 1 v - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - v inan--iaujht- i -- d in their in iiid justness of hi J Lev Min hi- 1 -- w ho did Iter and lluMi ole tej Wickey editor of the n attendant at the bataday Bight milMKSloW The inusical talent ol Mr John Mc Kinney lends pleasure to our evenings re t Planting gardens fishing and house will have as her ad a n elv in order cleaning ar vi ck Miss Walker niiday nijrhl balmy da hmoiid- 1ii akinatoit ill Uar fru The wind and hail storm did some od to ml was of a cy- Â¬ The Creel e the the clonic nature ves Monday for ille where she will stay ith her urnal Mrs D F SUi Mius Maine shilfiett ha- - returned from is worthy of mention that the last It where she attended an eaitertain Tta ii this ii in bun mouths kecpi and H I Shiti i j 1 vv i -vv This kiil Buffalo baa forty nine public school and eight more are in process of erection Of this number however one is to lake the place of an old building which w ill be abandoned making the aaaabarol Bebaol buildings for the coming vear liftv six The building of six more school houses has also Imcii reccommeiided by Henry P Fuierson superintendent of education and the new buildings will in all probaimmediately began bility The present High School building and its annex are already overcrowded so a new High School building to be a hiimKI rtt of its kind is -- non to lie erected on Mas KBEN los ten Park at a cost of not less than one John C Warren is very low with ty- handled and twenty five thousand dolphoid fever lars Nine hundred and eighly sevcn Plowing is booming in this section of teachers are now employed in the public the county schools Of this number fifty eight are RP0KT laiM THE oIom SCHOOL Irvine dosnre was visiting friend at in ii and the remaining nine hundred I unci pal of colored city school J and twenty nine women Ihis place bad Sunday White aakeathe follow ing report In IHfM the city paid W0b658s25 in sal Ben Fvans passed through here lasl We have an enrollment of To pupils Blim to the teachers and the total coat t Sun lav enroute for Richmond with an average daily attendance lor the maintaining the public schools last year Mahala Walters of Jessamine county month of March of 215 lieing leas by -T HI I liver of is visiting her father Vincent Within two yeata the registration in than the attendance during the fall and this place w inter months ihe schools ban increasedTaeven thousand Dr Perkins is having his house weath five Yiiti ig the lower departments Friday hundred year the total niim Iast the 23d inst I stopped tirst with Mies erboarded and ceiled hn Sanders is registeted was forty four lima ll I beard Mackey teacher ia first grade doing the work seven hundred and thirteen Mackey was three classes whifo Mi Reagan has just returned from Robert There are thirteen night schools in ses- busily engaged otherwise and found her Cincinnati where be lioiight a large sion diiringthe scIumiI vear twelve of pupils alive to then work Miss Mackey k of spring goods stiM which are held in the public school giMil use of the blackboard and Elisha Warren cut a Ibcaat free hat buildings and one in the High School makes the elementary chart she hastheual made two thousand slats two cot free text luniks are supplied in the day ities of is gim teacher wood and two hundred post- school and next year provision will be I vis ted the department in which W T Wylie killed live snakes the made to furnish them for the night I let Mrs Mis J ACvvyiiu is teacher other day all in one pile and il aas not Schools also Owvntiresl while I heard recitations ia a very good day for snakes either The compulsory education law which reading spelling geography of Kenlord Wylie and Simpson Warren is operative in New York state is strictly tucky iiid phvsiology Here I find enforced in Buffalo via agents are teacher and pupils wide awake One et np and git make old Beynard employed by the department of education may imagine what an Sort Bights out of every week ahout put forth to look alter the children found in the if there is a probable chance for promo The steamboat with sen mill attached has arrived at Paint Lick where it will streets and force their parents to send tion hi the Ilincipal Stopping with A truant school isaooa stay for a few days to se see if they can them to school this grade tiger than I expected it was to be erected where delinquent pupils rather late when I entered the fourth get saw ing to do it not it will pass on up will lie stint grade rnlortiinately foi are found the river It belongs to Baker The saethod of teaching music and the teacher dismissing her grade I r drawing has been changed ami this work would have callled on her before writing M via ir in is now done according to the latest and this article but I have a report Itoiu her The farineis are busy preparing for most improved metbode giade and a knowledge of her ability to their clops Bparial teachers in these branches are work C II Baker proposed I m citien employed to lav out the work for the Our school ranks with the leading to swap hoises offering him four for one grade teachfers and instruct them how to MhMils in fourth class cities The books Most all Ihe sheep owners in this lo- leach their pupils These special teachfor the readitigcircle placed in the hands cality have sold their Mocks at various ers visit the schools constantly and keep of the ibrarian are being used with a stink surveillance over the work marked interest by all desiring to teach A siei ial teacher is also employed as i W Anderson bold a nice bunch oi Iu addition to this manifestation ol in t nee fourths of the colored teach John Gabway of Paint Lick for supervisor f the primary grades She meets Ihe teachers of these grades month- ers in the city have their own library linns J K fst5 per hundred ly and gives them talks on the beat T1 by supplemented OT Chaanbera methods to employ in presenting sub- Britannica Encyclopedias Thus the I VNoi jects to their pupil Hei services have reader may know that the reading class Died of childbed fever April Ith Iflgf done much to improve the ipiality of of colored people are reading solid matMis John Cafes leaching in the lower grades ter We no longer grovel oar way as do Bom to Mrs Jos Williams aeon the Manual training is lieing iiitriHluced the catapillars A ray of intellectual tenth child eighth sou Joe says Imivs into the routine wink of the public light lieatning through the dense atmosBy the way he is Bcaonta ami the results of Ibis gradual suit a poor man best phere lodges within our lowly cabins cleaning up his farm He means to introduction have been highly satisfac- and is visible in the minds of both young make his boys self suslaiuing Joe is tory and old right Of the fen kindergartens now estab Fldet D C Combs closed he Bear lished in Buffalo six of the ten teachers Teachers who desire to collect their in charge are paid hy the city and Ihe salarv from the County Superintendent Wallow meeting Thursday nght Sevkindergarten work is partly under the should mil in person or send a rcprcacB eral additions jurisdiction of the department of educa- tative The increasing habit of teachers Ties will be loaded again this week tion partly in the control of the Buffalo remaining at home and requesting the Considerable bail mixed with the Free Kindergarten Association SuMiii lendenl to send checks am reheavy rain Sunday evening hie of the free kindergartens is located ceipt through the mail i an incoiisidera Work on Ihe foundation of the new in a public Baboo building and it is only tion lb it should not Im imposed on thai church has Inguu a matter of a short time when the free officer of course the Superintendent A perTy went to Muddy Creek Balling kindergarten svstem will form a part of takes pleasure in accoinmiMlating the Saturdav night fishermans luck th public school work teacher- - but it should remembered Kindegarten teachers employed by that there are abowf one hundred and The barber got hold of Iucle Billy Carr and he looks Lf years youuger but the city are obliged to qualify before the twenty five teacbera m this county and board of school examiners and are ap such a iietlmd of transacting bnsii Aunt Susan sav- - shes here yet POthted from an eligible list furnished by not approved the hoard to the superintendent of eduVI IKY V1KVV cation JMI Blanks for the census report- - have ni - on the si k li t In speaking of the educational Niola of Cleveland Ohio has methods employed in Buffalo the coui been mailed to every board of tn but it it possible that mistakes have been returned home after a stay hereof about ineadahle work of the lard of Behoof made in the post office address Ac and ten days examiners must not Im eVerioaked the blanks vv ill not reach their de nation Mi s Flla Harrison of Lugaaa spent This board consists of live 1 Bashers In case of such a failure the chairman of Annie and Alice who are appointed by the mayor one Saturday with the iMiard should apply to the SuperinRichardson each year for a term of live years The tendent office for other blanks IJeinem BtearpbUet teariaaj away board has two duties to perform ber the ceusns of the school popalation his old saw mill and erecting a larger First it examines all candidates for po- Â¬ is due in April one to meet his growing lumber trade sitions as teachers make out a certified Hi- - hv latins From Sallie Bleeding who has been list of the successful competitors leaching a school at Millers school this list the superintendent of education Ol medicinal agents is gradually relegating the old time herbs pillb draughts must make his appointments house has gone to her home in WashSecond it inspects all the public and vegetable extracts to the rear and ington county bringing into general use the pleasant and AI Asher of Big Creek was here schools at least twice a year and renders an annual report of their condition to Ihe effective liijutd laxative Syrup of Fig- ek to contract to furnish logs to Common Council Buffalo N Y Com- To get the true remedy see that it is manhere He is an uncle of Ike M ufactured by the California Fig byiup Co mercial Asher of this plat e v For salt by all leading dtuggista Jm Slivers of Athens is a regular ha The county Superinieiidants consider Sunday visitor to out town ceived one haif of the remainder or one Lit htning Hot Oops is il usle s to say what the attraction fourth of the last months salary due tin What a Funny Name girl might object Very True but it Kills All Pain A little boy of Robt Kellys Sold Everywhere Every Day A Fresh Supply of Baldwin broke bis teg while playing at Without Relief There is No Pav Dr Elmer Wtheutl was called and set the broken member Lumber For Hale To the gentle and affable ftrookstoara Call lit the Climax office and get inC icut I would say that Mr 8 formation about a choice lot of poplar Oil Bitters are splendid Baldwins and oal lumber for sale minus the oil like that he fixed up tion Cheap for cash when in our section last P Howard Â¬ Â¬ i I We often wonder il the read ing circle other counties has been so industrious M C Heaths Trustee PUT Notice f as in Madison Judging from the number against of Sale of manueripts which are already tiled M C Heaths Creditors lifts I in Eqty in the county superinieiidants Othca we Hv virtue of a judgment and ordci of will have fully one hundred and titty tale of the Madison Circuit Court renof these papers The books rccomintmdd dered at the January teim thereof iso for the circle have been generally in the above styled cause the undersigned read and digested not only hy teachers will on but hv thixsc who are contemplating Friday 19th day of April 1895 teaching Beginning at about the hour of 2 oclock Prot iValdrop Principal ol Flholt In- p in on the premises in Richmond Mad on countv Ky proceed to capoae to stitute who is conduct ing quite a suc public t ale to the highest bidder the folcesefal normal class now will open a lowing described property vi summer normal for teachers beginning First two certain lots of ground adRichmond Kv nd continuing for eight weeks joining each located June lot- - contwhich will be free to them The inter- on Letcher street one ol which ain- about syj sipiare poles of and and est in this school is growing and we the other of which lots contains about bope he mav make a great since- - of it square pole- - of land upon which although he has tailored from the be- lot are a large and commodious ware ginning under adverse circumstances house and other improvement aud loca ted on the track at L Ai N R R depot Mr Wa drop is an energetic man and a iu Richmond Ky This property w II be giKMl teacher and deserves a fair patronb-div ided by the Commissioner into age from Ihe people of this county and several lot- - and offered for ale eparatc-Iv and then the same will be offered for eepeafediy in the vicinity of Kiiksville ale - a whole and sold in the manner where the Elliott Institute has been such bringing the most money Pot a more an important factor for many year- particular description of aid property reference is here made to the pleading The State Teachers Association will exhibits in this case aud the taaoe arc made part hereof meet at Lexington Ky June 2K J7 and Second on the same dav in he above All Kentucky teachers should lie in styled case on the premise- - in Richmond Ls kv at about Ihe houi of Jjo oclock p attendance in i 111 ---a-- OFFERS TO roming iniltiiU new BARGAINS Offered with the npeniasgof earcfy Bsarkaaj s Jiep Loiltidale Cotton es I1 iril cash fij centr yard Mtsin ille ntt Ill iVpiKTcll retelie Slieelilli e li I 11 ml - M 1 pCT IK raid In I Pepprrell Unbleavcbd Shertiug ea li wots per 5 irl rajah lOeeats per yard Pillow Case The Biggest TurkUli Towel yoa ever tw lor ceato The Fas Black Ladies Hose jrua J 41 iii li I ttn cent- - lt 1 The Best Fa cent- - t Black Childrens Hose yoa ever saw at Toliaie Cotton at J ami JA rents ht yard A Beautiful Line ol Colored PiaM al I2 rests Greal Bargains in Hanilwrgaal 7J aad 10 rents per van I in the undersigned wiil -- ell to the high est bidder the following described propei A hhv Lot No ty vi Ad NOW IS your time 1t Â¬ dition to Richmond Kentucky litnatcd at the ccrner of North and Fourth streets routing on Foiuth street to feet and on North street 120 There is located on this lot hand ome loi new fiame dwelling house con taining about nine rooms This property - well located lor residence purp Third immediately atler selling aid bouse and lot No o the undersigned will on the premises sell to the highest and best bidder the following property viz Lot No S in A hbv Addition to Richmond Kv fronting on Fourth street so feet and running back 130 feet and adabove described joining lot No v -Â¬ Â¬ TO BUY ur New Spring Line - in and Karoain you ever heard of -- A CARPETS are areoflering the i qafc ---- TEBMti Sale will j Â¬ -- i Â¬ with approved security lor the paimcnt ol the purchase money to have the and i licet of a judgment bearing legal intere t Iroiu the day of sake with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purcliasc money is paid JAS R BCRNAM Special Coinr Made Circuit Court tt 4s 11 Lie made on a credit of and r month- - in vipial payments The will be required to give Our real Pants Sale U till going oa with Iota of new additions We have inaugurated a Sale lv- - Suits We have list that must le gold Ifvour boy needs a nit call ami ee tliem Our house - full --- I aw r i g sp cSP in every line come and given iimiiiv we will load von down BARGAINS a look ami or a iittle c I My stock of carriage- - In handsomest and most stylish in the jiv e me a call country is the 1 1 Rkiimonii Cakkiaii Works Proprietor v S L Midkitt H rijuiJTJTJUUTionjxruTJxnnxu-uij- J - STRENG f Fires like death and taxes have been in the world since its creation PcviellSc Turley 3- - Â¬ uotKi for Slock ami Iuullr Ton Thedfords Black Drauglvt is prepared especially for stock a- - well as man and for that iiurjios e is sold ill tin cans holding one half Kund of medicine I Â¬ j Lambert Franklin County Ttnn Marili jj i yj I have used all kinds of medicine but I would not give one package of ISIack- Draught for all the others I ever saw It is the lest thing for horses or cattle in the spring of ihe year and will cure chick en cholera every time R R Bqilasd 39 6 of buggies carriages barouches and wagons just received Come and see them They are dandies Made of the best materia and guaran teed Irices lower than ever before Richmond Cakriagk Wokks S L Midkitt Proprietor VjA new line r-ries - for 25c WE ARE READY ITH TK CHOICE LINE OF Dry Goods CORSETS Notions H LACES Â¬ EMBROIDERIES Â¬ Â¬ DYnl wait until you are burned Powell Turley f out Ladies1 and Gents nt tail t Furnishings ot J 3 a Â¬ sec our full ami complete line Fovoll worthy Turley Turley prompt and trust 3 2 GERMAN IMPORTED HOSIERY e have the best companies Powell Fire is a good servant but a bad Povoll Turley master 3- uzn -- V Dost Poweli ley go tosletpover Turley your insurance 23 m m mm nz No seeeatdB nor catch jienuv triuket- - Our very 1iv prices mi will tartle vou i Insure that big barn Powell Si Tur3J Se Oil ii Mi---- -s All flro lossos paid by Powell Tuiley Powell - Â¬ The best companies adjust promptly V- Turlev Powell Turley Are yoa insured 3 K STRICTLY CASH At What about your insurance Turley Powell WC 41 R Arnold EcHding T HAYS EICHMOND E7- - j J Look out for fires as well as storms P owell 9c Turley 3For K at House and four acres of land on West A deferable location Main street 88 io - c 11 l AD Smith 9 aa Dont neglect your insurance A Powell 3 1 Turley IoumI i I ion as saw filer 0 ii Ihiok Â¬ Kings of the Platform and Pulpit is the title of a subscription book now being sold by Mr Benton It - a enmpre- ume of the hu or wisdom v and religion of th centurv liook puts the great lectures and of one hundred lecurers a V --k -- Ux-k of groccriea wrth new ami baahT II Mwda v ill ctmtiiiue business at the STAND at the He proposes ml to rner of Maiu ami B streets iti- He invid undersold hj anyone FOB tASU M zens ol Madison eounty and Richiond to give him a fair Having relcni lul his trial - Free delivery of gooils to all parts of the city ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR OBELISK Her tKjok to Powell Who have tlie liest companies ii Turk y Answer 3 2 hauled suit t -- goo P owell A re TutIot CANDY If Ajrmt P7 H Art losses Carriages wagons and buggies orer and painted at the very lowest All work guaranteed to be aa as any in the State vHKUBI WowKS nil would Prices JrWot rd Cream taking Powder Highest snii A Maze will start Powell 4 Tartey H4bI and Osaitsaa r NvijMflMiflMfBMBMnSMMIlMMKSSSSSSSSK- - SSSSs0 saiaaJ vvvasssSf sAVvv bX -- DO YOUJNAHT A I SURREY than eveb before m wy k too h i I HOUSEHOLD INGENUITY rasproTtaed Dnk Whlrh 1 Vrettr I fol and Very leonnmlrtl York dweller in Ants hn The Np developed wonderful ability since the asal fciions hniMer psve him thcopjior tnnity t cultivate his inrrenuity in devising-silk parsea mi of sosra ears The Mowaarjp f spu f Bjeaeaamrj in Mpartmcnt li inp has brought Hl iit the cvnliitinn o4 vim rimariiable pieces of furnituie mi U sell Mil as low as we can loweb CASH Mill The writing desk illustrated in the ipan inp sketch may be ineludiil in the list nf household wonders direct ly attributable to the necessity of fittinjr that most useful household article in a i When closed it b ten ipirlment really occupies the very siuillcsl amount of roam imaginable and f r the youuJ KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS - CHARMING LITTLE DEN Hints That Mt Prove of Value to the A NoTrlty Tht Will Fie Welcomed bt fihl Tfho Needs Int Many Tired Mothers Every girl wants some spot be it A cradle set in motion by clock work mechanism is certainly a novelty and never so small for her very own Confi wili be welcomed by many overworked dences are Ml easily exchanged in a mothers amkmirM s In outward ap com where she is constantly subject to iiitetrnptions from the friends of her pearance this novel cot is much th mamma or her br sister or where the same as the ordinary wire net i nette suspended between two upright younger children have the right of supports the motor being inclosed in a nay Some place there must be where metal casing which is fixed in the she can talk over the last party with front part of the cot The mechanism her dearest Aminta or sit and dream of the last dance at that party and of certs wound up with a key and started b a button when it will produce a steady tain sweet whispered nothings a sanc and noiseless rocking motion at a very tum c lure jie an perchance let her speed lasting from maiden famies overflow in rhymes too slow and gent one to forty minutes The swinging sa red for any t e f t his can be n part motion can b stopped ami restarted at from her bedroom so mm li the batter will b a simple contrivance and the There is often an unused hall that can be taken for this purpose and only needs a little ingenuity on the part 01 the fair owner to make it a very holv of holies Such a den has been evolved by a Brooklyn girl with her great-grand- SELF ROCKING CRADLE MM1 WHAT - aaaaattaansaBnaaUatUnaa - - llalSWJl Is the result of the usual treatment of if blood disorders The Bystem is filled with M Mercury and Potash remedies -- more to M be dreaded than the disease aid m ishort whila - Is tn a far worse ewlliionlj I than before- The moat common result is B - fawawaar rf- qfa -- St ta s 5i ROUTLwrA Vj El I IV X YMsjXrWRIaviW X ssNkTV nSSt2N JtCMr H J fill I la the most trllabl for which S S cure A few bottles will affora nlief where all else has failed a Isuffosd from a severe allsrkef Marrnrlal I in Rheumatism oi iaanrl leus nelnit swollen 7 M mure limn lien thoir llflt lirft site Cnilfinil 9 li On nna urrniMnr Idlin ISUOllI InUlflriHlS i ol doilnrs wlthnul relief hut afler lalef m m W aanWJ WAT HW - -- - 1st aasnWaannnV waaVatannBBBBmBr awjaaaaaaaaaam w- mm mm - lllaltl YU MAI lfll - aaKaw1 sMwjjjjTx j aaaaaafarwafs aaV w iA 11 1U aaaatv III Asm V T VJ ml - rm few bellies or 1 Inienwed rapidly and itn new a well man I rnmpltely cured J JwfJH rsn hesrllir recem- mend your wonderful medicine to anyene t fflirled Willi litis nsmfill disease V V HAlRY Brooklyn Elevated R I isepn aiool snd Skin Plsesses m Our Treat free to sny address s tlanls STflfT srVI IHf CO stWMd atataVa Ing a SEm BKamSOr annBanni - ttr Aa W aP i LsCi- Mlv i M jssltw Lk Vs Vt V ss o0lS V s ii aw tsc j Hf Vw s r c 7 - aS nnwb- - BT aw V - VVNV i WW - Leg PATENTS Caveats and Trae marks ohtainel and all patent business e iducted for ModerMy office is bl the immediate ate Fees vicinity ol the Patent Office and my facilities for securing patents arc unsurpassed Send model sketch drawing or pho tograph wilh description and statemen as to adarttages claimed No charge is made for an opinion as to patentability and mi fee for prosecuting the application will not be called lor until the patent is allowed Inventors Guide A pamphlet entitled furnishet containing full information Address free vavvv 10 iv ruin mill uv y I I lid n IVIHI LHUU inn ii mi I1U II r HIV ITO n R N I B R R CURES Cramps DiarrHOB Colic Flaw Nausea Changes of Water Etc Choi ra Morbus LIGHTNING HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO at i Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bites of Animals and HEALS s IKI TIV lotlXKK IT WOlID MVKE ANYBODY LAUGH TO SHE PLOPLE PAY TWO PRICES FOR GOODS INSTEAD OF GOING TO A FELDS CINCTN NVIT CHEAP STORE AND BUYING THEM ATONE HALF THE PRICE CHARGED ANYWHERE ELSE IF YOI ARE IN DOUBT AS TO THE TRUTH COME AND SI E THE GOODS AND PRICES AND SATISFY YOLRSELVES HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLES OF MY Time Table No feet Nov EAST BO 22 In Et 18 1894 2 AW a mas brocade curtains for irxr nocKnce chadle mnto isbd ii student - m Sold CrurwHciic LrireR 2S 50c Pen Bottle Ho Pclicf Ho PMr aSSaWa two ani ass half times as much si tjc bottle ad MrniciM tn PRiNonEin o d THE BLUE GRASS HERD of- - jic jm 111 m m m lid lot of Bl ST IIKKDSof this famous pig for salt- - from rttilered stock Ad cd R H BRONAUGH Crab Orchard Ky AWORDTOTHE PEOPLE Mil olu RELIABLE II i SE Or SHACKELFORD GENTRY J aiinii fed v itli Willi at the good pro lull ail J i OIlllLtL Ns X aaUa BBBiaBBBBBBBrr - UTUa ft or in tint hedrooma when- aMsM is at a premium it is uninue ancl valuable The material may be nak or such wMi as otic fancies jtinc enameled in n kite or black is as good so long as it matches Ihe woodwork or furniture of the riHun Two strips of the irood each two inches hj three feci are attached s the to the wall lo loag aereti top of these are placed three shelves almt fi e inches wide supported by brackets of brasBetween the two upper oils partitions are glued into A curtain is hung form pigeon holS from a nl to afford decoration and con cealment Krom four to si inches from the lower end of each of t he strips of whm1 Is firmly placed a strip about two inches wide to which is hinged the shelf that forms the desl This is upheld when iien by brass chains sa sees in the sketch When it is desired ti close it it is merel shut to the trail the chains falling into place The ledaT upon which the lid is hinged tortus a firm for the inkstand and other sar Btmenta of a desk sgamst the wall between the sup porting strips may he five I a Japanese panel or some tapestry or ilk a taste dictate picture ran he so fas tened to the panel as to form a good letter or card holder It he w hole affair is simple and easily managed am g carpenter will make the ncessary woodwork for a It is one of the few very small sum Yankee notions which eomlttne utility with beauty and durability- - N Y Times s us clockwork is constructed to rock a child up to thirty pounds in weight eorrenpooding w ith the age of eighteen months The rocking motion is not affected by the movements of the child London Qneetv - i DINNER GIVING Some Hints lor Ladies Who Ilk This Enrol of llospltatlt v Dinner giving should not be a great tax on any housekeeper her domesti affairs should le so arranged and in such good running order that the mere fact of having a few extra persons to entertain is of very little moment Table declaration to be in go taste should be very simple There was a time onl a few years ago when we ran into tremendous extremes in this regard says a writer in liar pern Bazar At dinners favors were sometimes giran which for many per sons it u as an embarrassment to accepts But we hare seen the follj of all this and have modified our ways and now we entertain it a more temperate and in a match more If fined mancertain ner An ostentatiousdispa of wealth is vulgar and is generally so con si d ABOUT Â¬ SOME COMPENSATIONS Unjjnter side There are many compensations in economical spending To be ah bu all one needs or likes v ithoul f w a vs and means is consideration doubtless a pure joy lo some minds Korto spend lavishly d s not imply sclfi hiiess The w hi h arc broadened and enriched by prosperity and comfort and peace and helpfulness others spring naturally up in their hearts s sHn as the pressure o tightened circumstances is reFronomlrHl Spending Is Not WttleeiT lt HaworuVt Check Rower ami mam smaller tools ol lis Ranges Mi 1 and others i fr Â¬ B M il pay ntaName If tmmamsmsm lir QAA AA s - I In ml f CHOICE SWEET PEAS lif1 aple IVi 111 x IlVIw I I M T 4 DAIVhr t rcnla onnrr I I I carta fNHIIrr A f- aaaaaaaaV naPaanl rni ii riiiiri j tiuii n ut rmrrn As gl I1 td i asaaaalsaa l lt r s ten i Idli l if i IO r ii uoil r f lifl i ItlTDDV - MnnlM iiiinmii iit - i1uli Il- laxed And yet there are rompensatioaa to be found in economy To save and ooa trive through long daya to obtain some coreted bit of household furnishing or some longed for treat carries r ith it mm a gratification liesidcs the mere he arrange attainment of the desire metit and the planning which are fla vored w itu many anticipating thoughts of the pleasure t hey are giren for the expectation and satisfaction of count ing the fast accumulating hoard and then the tinal Joy which extends be jroad the mere getting the glow of delight at the accomplishment of a setÂ¬ tled purpose which is the crow ning reward of the Domical soul who rejoices ever with a ten fold satisfaction at obtaining what he wanted and worked for so long all these are com vensa1ioMs which the prodigal never knows and which to many natures are all sufficing Harpers IJaar tin tKif EktfH 5ar--wi- cliACAiirirc wr iifduzrn iilaatatl CAMcffiS wirvN ROCHE STERNY 17 51 IT 109 23 90 J 1 clent Supper Ht h ma e an exceeding ly good supper dish prepared as follows i in raw potatoes in thin slices put them in a bailing pan sprinkling each layer with salt When the dish is nearly full xur in suffk lent milk to the potatoes and l ake them in a slow oven about two hours stir them occasionally taking are not to break the slices and if the milk is reduced more than owe half add a little more as there should be a g m1 ileal of mots tnre when the pnx ess is finished This mode of cooking gives a peculiarly delicious flavor even to inferior potatoes Ladies Hosaa Journal fanned potatos m Â¬ WHAT DOIIS IT MKAN SOLID VESTIBULED Ilftlntr 1iHMerTm of Klnwem Women can make for themselves some dainty conserves of flowers that are Sfiectatljr II nillli Hill ll as giving a dainty perfume to the breath and ips They are made from violets or very highly perfumed roses r carnation TRAINS W i MMAfSiV Anal t u iiafti i O pinks she half a pound of loaf sugar and moisten with rose water melt the sugar slowly till it reaches the boiling int have your violet or rose or carnation petals ready and stir tem quickly in the liquid then xnr the whole into shallow dishes or pans I Â¬ QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE - RGEATEST EVER BEFORE mi- WeflTS irV Shes All Richt She cant maks bread And she can t make Hut she rsn mike Ime In s way ihj suits me -- ta Herald Â¬ NY fi frV fEifrV frtJiajJteJhi - SrbJ--lr- rrHJfailTyj J - rtil 12 fPsrSjfSj hSlSlfrV r CLEARANCE SALE PEOPLEOP COUNTIES Isiin AM known TO THI 5URROUNDING Ml Prepsrlne for Km-rr- -o Ie iotroT hen I agree to your marrying my daughter you may know Uiut 1 am insane ioldbrick That will le very randy in case we want to hrepk your will Tow 11 Topics Fsrsdoxleal to buy Oui laai arica will enable J a sj he Ma n ou to put for - erl vorth for jjo Men worth ti2 tor 5 lioi Suitb worth lor i Bos Knee Suns worth 17- - for 74 cents Mens OvercosU o th for 3 50 rvercoaU worth for f Mi aa Shoes worth nts Cap 10 cents worth 45 cents Childrens Shoes for tents worth ya cents - centtMens Boots for worth soo Wool Overshirts worili 50 tor 50c 500 I adies rtts with sleeves worth 3 cents tor 15 cenU Ladies Bad M Stars Cloaks for M cents Canton PkutaeJ at 4 tents a aid Blown Ctiaii at tents a ard Cabjoo t j lenl- - a laid worth I 5000 vu sti aham at 3 cents a yaicl ridcrshirte at M cents each 1000 Ladies Handkerchiefs tor j cents worth to All our Ladies Cioaks at your own price ie bargains Dont buy elsewhere until vou Everything must go t make room lor owds Kill dollar room set given away next A new lot ol p turtcd Kuiti- Mr Jack I dont think 1 care far the new woman Jess -- Why not Jack She is usually too old X Y World So io ie ISL jsnl paper leariiig his butinens heading1 Master What did you do Rejected Ms on a postal card Brookl3 n Life Til Tat He proposed to me on fr n sheet of j- 2- - Jo The Reason Xewly Married -- My moth is coining to Hatt us for a month Kriend Yon dont seem very sorry Xewlv Married No she eari cook X Y World An Implied Insult exquisite silk and linen texture and of the most fashionable and delightful shades of blue The dour leading into the hall was taken from its hinges and one of the w id curtains hung in its place from a In the pole of cream enamel and gold deep witelo- a seal was titled and cushioned with blue corduroy Moorish fretwork was placed acroae the top and from this fell a second curtain divided in the middle and looped back at cither side Close to the glass under neath the hades the window was cur tained villi sheer white curtains like In the wall at the rest of the house the right stood a capacious bos lounge covered w ith the brocade The pillows had washable covers of white linen em broidered with tlc motif of the bro cade in blue Roman floss In the bos underneath some of niademoiselles party dresses reraaae nt full length ttppoaite nearly the whole length of andles are used for lighting dinner the room stand low book shelves of tables chief because the liglU is sup oak filled with rare and dainty ediposed to Ih softer and more becoming tions of her favorite authors while the These are placed either in single top is used for the display of brie a candlesticks displaced in some regular brae and souvenirs of her last trip way on the table or in low candelabra in the right of the window as abroad Shades arc used or not as one prefers you enter is placed the low bamboo If they are used the table decorat ions tea table with its pretty appointments should It kept harmonious in color am at tlu left is the oak desk coily There is an asbestos lining which can littered with writing materials Two be bought separate from the shades low easy chairs a work basket and and can he readily used This prevents some beautiful etchings and photo am danger of their burning The graphs in oak or white and gold fraun candles themselves should le very complete the charming interior cold and if they are laid inn chest all day they will burn evenly THE ENGLISH IVY without an- of that disagreeable meltTraining- Ihe riant So That It Always ing which is so disfiguring to the candle Look Fresh and lirecn and so damaging to the candlestick Old plant growers do not need to be of deThere are all sorts and kinds told of the good rpialilies of the Eng vices us d as a substitute for candle lish ivy for n successful Indoor climber but the best taste is to have the real but those who are just essaying house thing and with just a little thought plants may le pleased to learn that given to the mi bject the wax candles with this plant they can have a climber ought to barn satisfactorily Small to train np and along the wall and lamps are often used and some over pictures if desired and that tlere is no light on the table itself i always looks fresh and green illumination denendirtg entirely upon a leaves are thick and of a leathery drop light which with a handsome its texture and are capable of withstandshade casts a mellow glow on the ing the effects of considerable changes tabic and is absolutely no trouble at ia temperature of dry air dust and all all to arrange have seen n pretty the other disturbing agencies to plant effect produced when there wa- - a life which arc present in living rooms chandelier directly over the table by Planted in ordinary potting soil in a arranging an open Japanese umbrella medium sized ot it is ready to so that the light was softly diffused a growth which will continue through this medium and at the ansae fir years if only it is supplied with time ones head was protected from the water and kepi free from insects It heat of the gas should be trained in such a manner Flowers should be odorhs if pos tin t if an be taken own anil restored sible when used for a dinner table again to its position and this can be decorat ion as strong scented blossoms done by the use of a go d strong cord are apt to make some persons feel faint or a wire It is morn or less subject to Of course violets rices and the like green fl as are nearly nil other plants would not come under the head of and it is liable to harbor scale insects heavy perfumes Ihe floral decoration If the yonng plant has no scale insects should be kept low so as not to oh on it and there are none on other view a r SS ue table A struct the plants in the house it may remain exlxintonnicre is often placed at each empt from them indefinitely It is better gentlemans piate and a long stemmed therefore to guard this point in start rose at each ladys Itfka pretty fash- ing plant Green By of course is ion sometimes observed topni a few easily overcome by the well know n violets in each Bnger bowl The center usual methods Sulpho tobacco soap piece ran be so arranged as to be fash perhaps is the best for the purpose in ioned of a numl er of lsiiciets so that connection with this and other house after dinner the man or maid can pass plants Yicks Magazine a tray upon which these bouquets are llalnty Almond Macaroons placed and each lady may select her Pound four ounces of blanched own Besides the flowers and the candles almonds Hue in a mortar with one there arc also placed nai the table tallcsp Kitiful of rose water Beat the whites of four eggs to a stitT froth and plaint silver bonbon dishes containing then gently stir into theni half a pound candies cake etc of powdered sugar and the pounded When Selecting a Veil almonds Drop them by teaspoon The salesgirl at the veil eoiintet has fill on buttered pans or on the white paper some gid ideas Buy a wide enough dust them lightly with powdered sugar veil she urges always double width and hake them slowly for about twenty unless it is over a erase Isinnet buy a minutes in a rather eil oven Almonds good quality the flimsy rags are the are blanched by letting them lie in most expensive in the end snd never boiling water for a few moments until look well at any time of their service the skins rub olT easily with a cloth select one of tint net with a far apart N Y Ledger small dot the cross barred meshes 1 imphiir I tires the Orin make lines on the face that are exactly Doctors generally agree that cam- Â¬ like wrinkles and the sprigged and be phor is the deadliest toe to grip that is figureil ones are equally unbecoming dont use an edged veil it only makes now known A drop of camphor on the a thick look about the throat as all tongue is excellent to break up an incipient cold but it is 1 painful remedy veils now are gathered under the chin as it burns like a coal of tire Much not left hanging- free and above all r to take is a little lump of cam dont wear a veil after it is torn a slit phor gum allowed to slowly dissolve in across one eye or on the nose or showing a bit of hair is intolerable and the mouth The burning sensation is spoils an otherwise effective toilet and very much lessened and the help seems ipiite as certain finally always pin never tie a veil At a recent gathering of notable men tame Natural the after dinner chat turned upon perJess When yon were introduced to sonal experiences and a distinguished Lord Iorgivnz did you addressed him jurist rebated this as in ion After graduation he migrated to a lis Certainly that expression western town months of idleness with popped out directly I set eves n binv no prospect of improvement induced -- N Y World him to seek a new home Without money to pay his fare be boarded a The Sweat Younr Thlnr n for Nashville intending to seek She 1 had the greatest lime I ever trr employment as a reporter on one of the had in my life daily newspapers When the conductor Me Hid you break the record I She dont know but papa says I called for his ticket he said 1 of came very near breaking him Detroit Ka am on the staff of the uville I suppose you will pass me Ire Press The conductor looked at him sharply The editor of that paper is in the Proof Positive Thats the girl pointing to a smoker come with me if he identifies you all right young lady and her escort He followed the conductor into the JBnt why do you think they are en smoker the situation was explained gaged Because he has stopped taking her Mr Editor said Oh yes I rrcogniae him as one of to the theater and goes to church inIT i is ail right stead Life Hi fore leaving the train the lawyer Hoabandrj sought the editor ThTe is a kiil of tnistianrtrv Why did yoi say vui recognized Th t sir iifoly well sun- - 4s fne Im not on your paper When a widower In clover I am Weds a widow In her sssesa editor either Im IJrooklya Life traveling on his pass and waseared to death lest yon hould give me away HUE KNEW a starting point The room a second story hall room in a wide old fashioned house built when land was something less than thousands of dollars a front Foot was vacant by ii mini of the fact that the son and luir is aw a at college The paper a pinkish cream and gold ami the woodwork also of pinkish cream lent themselves rcadiU to a color scheme of blue and cream suggested by the aforesaid brocade curtains of an GOT PRICES Ladies Black Hose Mens Halt Hose Mens Black Half Hose Men- Drawers Mens I inlershirts Mens Outside Shirts Mens Suspendera Mens Pant Mens Pants Mens Suits Mens Blue Overalls Mens White Overall Mens Neckwear Mens Hals Mens II its Mens Working Gloves Mens Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Ladies Button Shoes Boys Shoes Chi id ens 8hoes IM 1ST CLASS T M H Hot r street Washington f2S Mention this paper H MOST IN QUANTITY Franki in Bat D 2S C 4 worth IOC nt 5c worth 10 at cc worth 25c at 2 Li c c at 25c worth 1 Vcnailku N Vallr Million Yiew BEST IN QUALITJ- - 7 gd WORMS WHITES CREW worth 50c at worth rJC at worth 10c en at 7c worth worth i at 2 worth io at 5 worth 50c at c wor h 50c at worth 40c at 15c worth 3 at worth at 50c Jc Rthnvnl at jcat 1 ll WEST Irvine Hi UN D 1 1 Rrisrirld Richmit - M Â¬ VERMIFUGE YEARS FOR Has led all WORN Remedies It worth 75c at c wort 150 at 05c worth at 15 1 20 I Â¬ Â¬ EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD 11V Ali illiniGOWTIt Prrar rmamiisies unut im tit st loi is Inlaundred Shirts I Hundred Shirts Linen Collars Linen Cuffs Celluloid Collars Boys Suit- Bo Knee Pants worth 4 at worth i7S at 0 at q c worth worth 7sc at 3c wmth sC at 35c worlh i at 45c worth 15c at7lc 1 I Â¬ Â¬ JFr AAtA 4 tfccf I i We - Employ jYoLinsr worth worth worth worth at ujC oc at 9c at q ct at 20c return any i QHfhiC fr JMen AGENT FOR JOHN CHURCH 4 CO CINCINNATI MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS C M BKm N i distribute advertise iimhumihi purtridc Airie part poinenr i luirli N whn h wr send them on approval work done ratal tho bicycle arrives ami pnive laeiory employed en the sune tcrui If boysorairld apply ihev wast be veil roconi- luc inletl Wrile foe particulars KENTUCKY CcNTBAl Ri- - Young Ladies ACME CYCLE COrlPANY ELKHART IND I Hav Too Many Bargains on Hand To make mention of them all but I guarantee that it vou come once and invest gate these ou will say that you have never seen goods sold so cheaply BLUE GRASS ROUTE 39 - TAYLOR BROS Dealers in ortesi ana Quickest Route rron Kentucky to All Poii nd South west It is tor Â¬ Through dail- - Â¬ H ARDWHR E Tinware our own benefit you are asked to come to rain sec vice between Cincin ui Im- eiNGIrMATI GHEAP STORE WHETHER 7 2 lati Middlesborough K tnd Knoxville Tenn and L strh dale A Point- N A large stock kept constantly on hand YOI BUY OR NOT A RR FIID Proprietor Richmond Kv FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural plements of all kinds n Kferi No 1 Jai 1st Mi Accon 1 Â¬ BUILDERS iOCTH-BOUND 1 We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that jou need We make specialties of Kx Dally press 8 No I Daily 7sS P ive Iovlngton Kalmoutii lve CviiiliiHiia AdaUn inaUaywlssal Lve Cincinnati it am ml ate 1043 a mi am iato n n pm TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING 40 26 Â¬ i THE Arr Lexington lve Pari Arr Wlnel Lve Winchester Arr Richmond lve Richmond Lve Ilerea Arr Livingston lve Llv illusion Lve London Arr torlun Lve Arr ni3 tp m I 1055 I m 6 to pm o p al 114 11 p 43 pm 235 p n 310 p m yja p m 530 P 600 p m 640 p m 441 P m CORNER SALOON HORSE AND JACK CARDS jC torhin bra Baihrville Lve Pineviile lve Middles Arr Illtnil liap 310 a tr - lv luinil Itap s 5 a i Â¬ Is located on the corner of First and Ir vine streets They have 14 vear old An del SOU COuntr and home made whiskies All ages Fresh beer dailv from the city and kinds of Wines Brandies and Wa ters and can furnish any amount from a spoonful to rive gallons at lowest prices r send it our baggy at the bar or to your house That tine big good looking po ite John Mershoa will wait on ou with pleasure 4S 47 L Arr Jellico Arr Knox Lve Kichmontl rr Rowland a Lve Corhln Lve Wllliaaaabat C P m NORTH- - BOISU No 2 Ex San M Dally S m Daily 7 No 4 Daily Lve Ritwlaiul Arr Richmond Air Corhln IOi Lve Knoxville Lve Jellico Lve Wllllainshg Lve Cum Lve Mittdlesl h Lve Pines ille Lve ttnrhrville Lve IS 7 00 jm T WILSON DIRECTORY Prop lsfi anT 58 C V 11 LODGE 8 10 Richmond Lodge No 25 meets second S and fourth Tuesdays in each month P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 meets third Tuesday in each month D P Aimer H P J Speed Smith Secy Reg Richmond Commanderv No 10 ular meeting the first Tuesday in each Yisiting Sir Knights are cordial-i- month invited lo attend DI Armer E C J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the fall A J Boss W moon in every month M B F Cotton Secretary Kingston Lodge No 31 1 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the lull moon in every month T C Witt Sec- Â¬ retary I M Boon W M ii Waco Lodge No meets fourth Saturday in ever month W F Fielder W M J 11 Turpin Secretarv Hamilton Lodge No 57S at John Union City meets second Saturday in every month lohn D Hamilton W M lohn L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 4154 at Boones borough meets third Saturday in every Wm Bemelt W M S Oldmonth ham Secretarv Berea Lodge No 617 meets the first Saturday in each month at 7 oclock p m E L Robinson Secretarv E T Fish Master 1 1 -- 0 aJgS1 fir 1 rf Arr Cornia ak Lr Secretarv PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE Arr Ilvinyslon Lve Iivinicsion Lve Berea Arr Richmond Lve Rn hnrninl Air Wmchcstrr Lve Wlnrhesler Arr Pins Lve IxhibIoii Lve Paris Lve Iynlhiaiia Lve Knlmoulh t Iimhui - x 7- - I 10 a at 4m 4 ji 30 m 12 am 11 iz 3 tin a 55 a at n a iP p at 700 am 475 a m 6o3 a m am s am 4 01 Sji 9 11 Arr Arr ovinoii am am liP ICIS No 07P m iiirinnxtl MAYSVILLE BRANCH aaaaaaaaaaaaW NORTH BorND Kisuu 700 a m 745 am 808 am 847 a m 01 a m Daily Ex Suu Dailv a pm Â¬ Lve Ctneinnatl Lve ivvIiikIoii IexliiKtou Pirls rr Milleislurj Carlisle Johnson Mms je sa- - S 511 pm iia 7 37 P 11 Â¬ atnftr SfHT a 4 nN Lve MOUTH BOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun Ex suu Siiii trx 74- No Maxsville Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Lexington Covington Cincinnati 552 am am 4 1024 am 1030 am 835 a a lasas am - 701 m 145 pm 214 pm 6 r 327 pm 350 pm 637 pm oo F AT THE LOWEST PRICES aaaamPnnl BaaaCaflBaaaamBaaaaaaaaaaaV aaaVBSas Madison Lodge No 14 meets every Monday at their hall on Main street i R C Kirhy N S II Thorpe V Boone Encampment No 40 meets every first and third Thursday in Odd Fellows Hall on Main street Richmond L Taylor C P L Fraee Scribe an tickets or freight uthlrss Ticket aud EuiioOtoii Agent Kichiiioiicl Ky For rm thei inform r 1 carr j LJ Fraee Secretary rCSarS R1CHM0NDSTEAM Â¬ LHUNDRY n PATRONIZE sv Â¬ knights ok honor Amity Lodge No sir K of H meets every Friday erasing in the Odd Fellows H C Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF IY HOME INDUSTRIES aV I WS4WWV ill I AS K P meets ev4 ery Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Hooker K of R and S White LoJge No Aork done promptly and i well as any other Laundry in Ihe Country She Sing to me only m ith thine eyes He linsultedj What it the matter witli my voice Truth Keentnc Them tint Witherby When we get our new house I want to have a room ha mv- self- - a r iom that no one else will think 1 ld r IE new YORK ST0RE nteriug Witherby Thai ranged my dear lil let wall paper for it yourself Mrs t Tuck ar the iMsy Dr j Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award Mr Brown Fve got a cold or some Â¬ thing in my head MrbTJrown It must be a cold dear f Id Ml r The Mr links lomlni 1 our daughter to read those sentimental Heroine wish you wouldnt allow WANTEDJT KNOWN I received have been induced lo rent foi another yea the Harry Wikes Driving Park 1 have the best track in the count on which to train light harness hi and I humbly ask for mv shaieof the pat ronage of mv friends Mv terms aw tollable Having had 9 years experience in driving and breaking horses I feel that I can gie satistaction in what you entrust D S WILCOX to me Muberly Madison county Ky Mrs Jinks She isnt reading a sentimental novel Tlie heroine doe nt marry for love Well the modern society novel in which the heroine marries for mOBM lust as bud She isnt reading a society novel Then what is it Its an advanced novel Â¬ Fiom the liberal patronage car I AT THE CLIMAX OFFICE a 1 V PRICES NO HIGHER Stain by lioine People and hey will stand by you I B v M last H fartCaaaal JaaaxaaC pull The heroine marries for apolitical N Y Woekly Whats that flPNhrr ii M I I OUT OF TOWN WO FK SOLICITEPI