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APRIL 8th. 1W9
Loulsvilo, K, Apr
(mil fairly active.
(lood to choice1 export $ 5.G')n 6. 75
Fair to jrooil shipping .. fi.00 6.50
Good to choice hatchers. . . $.ri 00 n fi 25
Medium to rikm! butchers.. 1.7(5 n 5.00
Good to choice Htockcrs, . . 3.65 n 3.85
Medium to pood Mockers JJ IK) u 11.25
Common to mediun Block-era
Good to dnico hutch .L75n 5.50
Medium to Rood butcher .4 00 a 4.10
Common to medium 3.50 a 4.0O
Good to choice Ftocker 3.00 a 3.50
Common to milium Htockcr
Good to cholro butchers 4 00 h 4. ill
Medium to hutchnrs 3 2" n 340
Fair to koxI IkiIokiih . . 3.50 a 3 75
Common . ... 2.25 n 3.25
Good to choic butcher 25a4.'5
Medium to Rood butchers. 3 75 a 4 25
Common to medium hutch-era
3 21 n 30
("miners anil cutrera .1.50 n tf.UO
Gmxl to choice mitchurs 10.00 a 60.00
Medium to kxI mllchor SO.O0 a 35 00
Common t pln'n tullehers 1.1 00 nUTi.Ott
G(mh1 to choice veaU IS.WVi 0 fin
Medium to Km!
Common S.RTt 4.M
Sheep and taml,
Gooil to choice ft phuep.. .0o n I.IU),
Fair to Rood mixed hdep.. 8.25 a 3.7
Rough nnd Hcnlnwnc. 2.50 n 4.00
Good to extrn Imping H.Jtfi a S ff I
Fair to Rood hurt 5J. ?o a
Choice yenrlinir 4 25 a 4 W I
venrHnirs ort i w i
Fair to rikk!
SprinR lamlei Ji uo n ikzs i
Or. M, Ravdin.
Practice Limited to Diseases
And Dofoots of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Ichol Block Cor. 3rd nnd
Main Glasses titled.
Second Class Col o n i s 1 1
Fares, March 1st, to April
30th, to stations in Alberta,
Arizona., British Columbia,
California, Colorado, Idaho,
Mexico, Montana, Nevada,
New Mexico, Oregan, Saskatchewan,
Texas, Ut a h ,
Washington and Wyoming.
To San Francisco, Los. Angeles,
SanDiego, Cal., $34.00
Portland, Ore. , Ta c o m a ,
Wash., Seattle, and Spokane
J. B. KEVIL
Abstracting a Specialty
Mfinr in IVm Building, Room 5
H'OV K rvri'HK
A BRIDE SPRAINS HER ANKLE.
While changing from one trnin to
nnother n few ilnys ago n bride wrench
ed her ankle very bndly. She wni
nfrnid she would be lame for houk
time for the rnklc pained her nnd wn
Hwclling rapidly. One of her fellow
passengers brought her a bottle m
Slonn's Liniment. The Liniment stop
ped the pain at onco and took ilo
tho swelling and next day her an' i
was almost as Htrnng as over.
Mr. L. Roland Bishop, of Scran
Pa., says: "On the 7th of this p
month, as I was leaving the bin .
ing at noon for lunch, I slipped nnd
fell, sraining my wrist. I returned
in the afternoon, and at four o'clock I
could not hold a pencil in mv hard. I
roturned homo at live oVlo"k nnd
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
and used it five or six times bofnru 1
went to bed, and the "ixt dny I was
able to jro to work and n mv hand na
usual. I thought sure I would be laid
up, and as we arc busy I wus very
much worried. I cheerfully recommend
Sloan'ii Liniment to nil persons
who may injure themselves in any
S25",1LD,CW LIKE IT
N NO ANA i UWN
AQED H008IER MEETS STRANGER
WHO PROVES TO BE WIFE'S
LONQ LOST HUSBAND.
LATTER GONE FOR 33 YEARS
Mat Schmltt, a Highly Hetpected Citizen
of Jasper, Learnt Woman
Whom He Married aa a Widow
It a Digamist.
Jimpor, Iml. Te:inHon"B Knoch Ar-den
Iiiih lieen (Uncounted in an actuul
event right huru In tlio prumilc town of
A lew dnyb ms, while Mat Schmltt,
iiK'il 78, wan Kitting In a saloon lieru
dilukliiK heer with a strunger, ha
nmdo a "illarcivery which will cant a
iloud ovei the lemalnder of his life.
j While the fvo were enjoying a nodal
If . h Mr. Kehiultt nuked the Htranner
jUh mimo 'p. Htranger replied: ".My
nnmtl , crleham."
, .Mr Hclimltt looked directly at the
ura wr and nakeil: "What's your
'Itudolph Mathlaa." replied the
"Ar"' y,)li m"rr,,'(,?" "keil Schmltt.
i wua niarrieu, repnuu unotoim,
"hut I don't know what eer hecatne
of my wife."
"Whom did you innrry?" aHked
Schmltt. omewiut excited.
Mollle Mrnnle." mild Crletinin.
Schmltt liirnei! pale and atsked:
"Whero were you married and whore
do you live now?"
"I wrm married In Ky..
In St. Mnrllu'g ehorch. by Hv. Father
Lenndor. In Sopf ember, I&71. and fft
m U- In Novt.nltur, 1S75. and have
net it Ken her hIucp I am now an In-
mnte of Uie county ioor aalum of this
county." replied Cilesam
When Mr Schmltt heori! thin his
honrt aank within him. aa ho realised
that the woman had loft in
LoulKVllle wiih now his wife, and had
',WfM lc' December 7. 16. at which
1,mo '"' nn(' "1,,rr'd Mollle Crleaam,
,ni" u protiy widow with one mnall
l Ufilittif f I n.lia frsf fiinm linu luin
(Ml (Jt llllllll, " l" lll j hi n llflO UVi II
one oi tne moHt niGlily reset'ted cm
"Whom Did You Marry?" Asked
reus of this town and county, brooded
over the matter, and dually decided
to rnuKiilt an attorney He did to. and
as a ri suit has filed an action In the
circuit court here to have his inarrhiKe
annulled and lo quiet title to some
valuable real estate In this town,
which Mr. Schmltt snys he bought
with his own money and deeded to his
Crluhiuii said later that after he loft
his wife he received ono letter from
her which he never answered. No
court could compel him to tell why he
left her, he said. He wandered over
the country for years, once vIslttnK
n sister who doubted his Identity,
Itudolph Crleuam had been killed
In a wreck In Kentucky. He left her
without convincing her he wns her
Mrs. Schmltt Is resisting her husband's
suit. She says Crlesman left
her as he said he did, and she later
heard he had been killed In n wreck.
She waited 11 years before marrying
Schmltt. Tho son Is now a prominent
Catholic priest In Loudon, having been
well educated by his stepfather.
Schmltt's Knit will be tried at the
January term of tho circuit court here,
and the case has attracted the greatest
Woman Nearly Burled Alive.
Kllla. Kan. Tho timely Intervention
of n physician who was not sntlstled
wltb the appearance of tho body prevented
the burial alive of Mrs. Thomas
Chapman, wife of one of tho best
known citizens of this part of Knnsns.
Mrs. Chapman, who Is (50 years of
age, was supposed to have died sud
denly from honrt disease. Tho body
was prepared for burial, but was not
ombalmed. The funeral was to have
taken place In the afternoon.
A few minutes before the casket was
o be sealed a physician requested permission
to see tho body. After confirming
his suspicions, the woman was
I'emovod from the colli n and placed in
hod. While her heart Is weak, It la
hollered Mrs. Chapman will recover.
RfcMitlMs if Resptct.
For the first time the silent mcB
nnper has entoncd our midst and on
Sunday, January HI, 1000, called to
Ins long home President J. F. Snyder,
rour last Treasurer,
Our brother was a Rood mat) in
ovcrv hcdhc of t tic word, over rcadv
to extend a lielping hand to all in
in nerd, n devoted husband and fat It-or,
a pond neighbor, n devoted
tncrnbor of this Iiiidge and Chapter
and honored and rcxpejtcd by all
who know him.
To hia loved ones our hearts uo
out in sympathy. Bo it therefore
That in tho death of Bro. Snyder
hit wife has ot a kind husband,
his children a loving father, the
community one of its best and mom
honored citizens and Sheridan Chap,
tor one of its most devoted members
Resolved, 2d, That a pago be
set apart in our record and then
Resolutions be spread thereon, nnd
that a copy be furnished the famih
and a copy b'n given the Record-Press
Resolved, 8d, That this Chaptei
have tho memorial services over our
Bro. at Union cemetery on Sunday
May HO, 1000, at 11 a. m.
Con a .1 Mooiie. )
KrrtK I.ovk. ' Co iinmittee,
Want IVn Olliiir.
N, (i. McDonald, Merchant, A vou,
Ky . .i). l Inn die kpvcr.il Mock-food
it ii (1 hug tcini dirv. but m eus
tniui ri want Hnurboi Hog Cholera
iti'tiirdv. An epidemic of Imir
cholera broke out in this locality and
it cured oven onm in which it was
used " Sold by Hanc & Taylor,
ONE DAY ONLY.
Kahn Bros., of Louisville,
fine Ta loring Suits to measure,
'in the latest styles,
shades and cuts at our store
April 12th. Our word for it.
You will not regret it if you
want to select your Spring
suit from this most superb
McCONNELL & STONE.
Marion. - - Kentucky.
V. P Jr., Paris, Ky,,
"I luvc had great succcs with
Poultry Cure. On several occa.
sions have cured chickens that were
loo sick to walk or stand up. Have
lo"t hut one old chicken this year "
Sold by Havnc it Tavlor.
Louisville is going to have
an exposition, April 12 to 24,
please tell the people that for
the Southern Electrical and
Industrial Exposition, Louis
ville, Ky., the I. C. Rail Road
will sell tickets on April 12,
15, 17, 19, 22 and 24th Only.
Limit for return April 26,
rate, $6.20 for the round trip.
W. L. Venner, Agt.
Misery From Your Disordered Stomach
Goes in Five Minutes.
You can eat anything your stom
acli craves without fear of a case oi
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that
your fond will fermont or sour on
your stnmaoh if you will occasional
take a littlo Diapepsin after cat int.'.
Your meals will taste good, and anything
you eat will bo digested; nothing
can ferment or turn into acid or
poison or stnmaoh gas, which causes
Hclching dl'.zinrss, a feeling of
after eating, Nauea. Indigestion
(liko a lump of lead in stomach),
Hillousncss. Heartburn, Water brash
Pain in stomach and intestines or
Headachs from tho stomach are
absolutely unknown where this nffce
tive remedy is used. Diapcps i n
really docs all tho work ol a henlthyj
stomach. Ii digests your mcalc
hen our stomach en 't. Fa eh
triangule will digest all the food V"
can eat and leave imthitig to kr
mom or sour.
Get a large 50 cent case of FapeV
DiapcpBin from your druggist nnd
start taking today and by tomorrow
you will actually brag about our
healthy, strong Stomach, for )ou
then can eatauything and everything
you wan i without the slightest dis
comfort or misery, nd every particle
of impurity nnu Gas that is in your
stomach and intestines is going to be
carried away without the use of laxatives
or any other assistance.
:i:i 37 41 4.').
73? TSAL -? "
NORAH AND THE SPAGHETTI.
WI'NT out to the kl'cheji
I 'omul Nurali
ApitKlirttl on th tub)
Hc'..iil'" my Norsn.
"I'm no iIiiko!"
Tlie nnnty mufT II
riuik fii w nick;
Iiidiiilf. mum, and I'll
nrver rook It.
Thc say It lun't wormy,
F.x. lm thlm long
mirks do look It!"
I told hir how to flx II
With chffno nml with
n1 m alter inir. lirefp on tho top.
Hut iikmIii. tl. rouk wii cross.
'Ai'f iiM'nm. tHit I fink tin- chaw
' mlirlily (fimtl anl ililin tnnmtles,
r.i.l i row ih. olil Ai;l.f:il nut,
t'id Ivb oM pratli'st"
H"at slightly the yolks of threu
gi.ii. then gradually two cups of very
pold water, and bent until foamy. Stir
this mi to two cups well sifted Hour, ma-11
u 4ipnoii ha'ter, then strain
through a sieve. Add onevftlf tea
salt and one tablespjn melted
butter. Mix well, stir ' ne heaping
"fispoon bnklng powder nnd the egg
whites, beaten to a froth. Uakc In hot
Take lean pieces ot veal; pound thin
and season with anlt and pepper; put
one good-sized oyster In each piece,
fold oiT and fasten a ploce of bacon
jn top with a toothpick Pack snugly
in pan with onehnlf etlp hot water.
Season well, and hake about half an
hour, or until brown. ThJa la a nice
From a boiled dinner when the cab
bage Is cooked In the pot with the
.neat; when the latter Is cold it will
taste too strong of tho cabbage. Doll
only delicate vegetables with the meat.
From maion lats that are not
u?hly sterilized before putting In the
fruit. Cans and tons should be nut
nlo cold water and allowed to come
o a boll.
From very fresh bread for sand-niches;
thoy should be made of bread
baked the day before.
From the housewife who takes a
thick peeling from potatoes; tho best
of the vegetable is next tho skin.
From the very pure white flour; the
best Is cream yellow.
The best known pills and the best
pills made are De Witt's Little Early
Risers They nre small, ea-y to take
fcntle and certain, are fold by all
Druggist. 40 3m
fC i. l pr J - AS LEGAL TENDER
In Titrcs. and After, Weed
V. is Locked Upon aa Money
in tl e South.
Ill colonial timer, nml indeed after
the independence of the Tinted
.States had lit en ttlutceo
was legnl tender in the .oVni
'tnti'.s. Tims in Maryland and
all government f es and tac3
uiiiv niivahlc in tobacco mitil 1HM5,
when federal money was substituted.
Hut in' the meantime the District of
Columbia had been ceded to the fed-oral
government, with Midi laws as
were in force there, unless spci it-ally
altered by congress So. as a ton-
eiiiena' of the pressure of other
vork and interests upon congre, tobacco
remained legal tender in the
District of Columbia until recent
tunes. As late as lSSIl the fees of
the clerk of the supreme court, for
evnmjile,' in any transaction whero
thi' federal government was itself a
party, were still appraised in pounds
of tobacco and settled at the treasury
by the old standard of valuation. It
is possible that there remain some
exceptional fees overlooked by congress
which may still be settled in
VU f iiil .!-,
. &'' t
When evervbite vou
and vour ttomach anr!
Je$ discomfort, it is an unfailine sicn that your entire
system needs a thorough housccleanine.
tree t.s fAT
cures flatulence by eliminatinc the cause of the
liver. Take an NR tablet to-night
ana you ll teel better in
Better than Pills for Liver Ills
"Did you see tlie Alhiimbra while
you were in Spain?"
"Friend." nnswered Mr. Ciimrox
in n superior tone, "you are mixed
in your geography. No, I did not
visit the Alhambrn. But while in
liondou I took in the Empire and
Swept Over Niagara.
This terrible calumity often happens
because a careless boatman ignores the
river's warning - growing ripples anil
faster current - Nature's warnings arc
kind. That dull pain or ache in the
bnck warna you the Kidneys need
if you would escape maladies
Dropsv, Diabetes or Bright 's disease.
Take Electric Hitters at. once and see
Backache fly and your best feeling return.
"After long suffering from weak
kidneys and lame back, one $1.00 bottle
wholly cured me,' writes J. U.
Blankcnship, of Helk, Tenn. Only 50c
at Hayii'is & Taylor's and .1. H. Orme's
AS FAR AS HE GOT.
"Were ou upheld in your
poll lies by the recent election?"
"No," answered Mr. Dust in Si ax:
"I wasn't upheld by the election, but
I was held up by a campaign collector."
SHOULD STAY DOWN.
"Vou Americans shouldn't have
much trouble keeping your meals on
ea voyages," observed the foreigner.
"Because yo bolt them down."
l 3 m ADtK. Frtth. Rtllablt, fura
fflA taariMMtf la Pltatt
Krerr 0rdner ind
Pliotrr iboulU tot the
DDcrlor menu ol Our
Northern O ron 8td.
FOR 10 CENTS
we will lend postpaid our
I .Ir.eAPif T..IM ... tO
I !( IrlnM.i K.dl.h 10.
I i ir. ffrlf4.rwiaff VmUry to.
I rllf Irfrw.Wfcil ffcfctr u
I ilr lllrl. tUrk.ll.tliM 10.
1U. Ii Wrl.IUifk.IM IUw.rto.4a til
lTrlU kxU;' 5od 10 tmb la b.lp fy Uf n4
Mhlnf fcn4 rrtwiv. th. .Iv. 'F.mo Colltclion," to-
r.lbtr with otir tw .nd In.trticliv. Urd.n Ould.
ISItllAT NOUTIIKKN SKK1 CO.
13."U ito.o St. Itockford, Illinois
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infpctinc rtic vnn -,l
GRCAT IOCS CF l '?..
Probabh no render has the least
idea what is the total amount of imprisonment
to which 0 Mender in
this country are sinr"H iverv
year. The figure arc reuiar. .' "
round numbers !."0 people receive
sentences of 1,1200 years' penal servitude
and lOo.OOO people receive sentences
of l(,(i00 years' imprisonment.
That is a total of J0.800
years. What a dreadful loss this is
to the country! Not only have all
these people to lie fed, clothed,
housed, guarded, but they are practically
idle or, at least, their work
is of little value. The great majority
of them are in the prime of
working life, aged from 'JO to GO.
"You do a great deal of personal
correspondence?" ventured the interviewer.
"I do. indeed," responded the
head ollieial of the gigantic corporation.
"And do you add 'II. S. V. P.' beneath
vour personal letters?"
"Oh,' no; I add T. B. It. A.'"
"And what does that mean?"
"Why, 'Please Burn Right
Mnrie I think Chollie in a delightful
dancer; he's so light on hk
Lillian When you're better acquainted
with Chollie you'll discover
that he's light at both ends ! Towb
HIS OWN REMEDY.
Borcleigh Yes, Miss Doris, I
auffah dweadfully from insomnia,
Miss Dorris (suppressing a yawn)
Did von ever try talking' to
"What's your objection to the
"The land appears to be sunkenJ
"But that's owing to the heary
and the more you saatch the more you itch, Your
skin is on fire your lips and mouth are dry with the
agony of ityour whole body b worn out with the
constant suffering STOP SCRATCHING! you
can't put cut the fire with your finger nails.
Littell's Liquid Sulphur
Stops Itching Instantly
And because of its wonderful penetrating and germicidal qualities
comes in direct contact with and kills the germ thut causes the disease.
A positive cure for any skin disease on earth Eczema, Psoriasis, Herpes,
Tetter, Shingles, Acne, Ringworm, Baiber's Itch, Itch, Poison
Oak, ly Poison, Hive J.PirnpIes.Boilsand Carbuncles, Sunburn, Prickly
Heat, Bites and Stings of Insects, Cuts, Bums and Scalds, Erysipelas,
all diseases of the skin or scalp whether caused bv heredity, contagion,
weather, accident, chafing or impure blood.
bottle sent postpaid to any address for 1 0c in
stamps. Ample to prove to you the curative
value of Littell's Liquid Sulphur in all skin
North 2nd Street SU Lais, Mo.
SOLD BY J.,.
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