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V g--- -- v V- - s5 n If Lungs so reuif dj u so safe sjteedy and S RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19 1888 road in the city out to tlie park mak Â¬ ing it at least 120 feet In width The United States Incnndesceut Gas and possibly 190 The center of the Lamp Company of AsUIaud has been boulevard will be devoted loan asphalt chartered with n capital of 100000 roadway to be flanked on one side by Georgetown Hnrrodsburg ami Nicb- - n suburban railway and en the other nlasvllle are dNcussIng waler workB by a bridal road for horseback riding I 1 Mavsville Newport Pari and Rus- - and speeding teams Fine walks will The seiiviiie want electric lights and Ver- Â¬ also be provided for pedestrians scenery along the mute Is very attrac- Â¬ sailles wants gas tive as the boulevard will wind Secretary Giles of the Ohio Valley thorough a number of handsome hills Railroad Company promises that Tlie elevation of the city is 50 feet trains over that road shall run into above the river and the plateau in the Hopkinsvllle by next May We will center of the park lias an elevation of take out part ot the present crop of 300 feet so that a flue vjew can be ob Â¬ tobacco he says tained from it of the whole city and the country By the popular vole Calloway coun- Â¬ surrounding There is nl- ty subscribed last Saturday S600001n J ready considerable activity in the bonds to the capital stock In the Pn ueigborhood of the new purchase in an- Â¬ ducah Tennessee Railroad This is ticipation of a heavy demand for in addition to the 10000 subscribed building sites It is probable that work by tlie Murry school district and 15 will be commenced upon the construc- Â¬ tion of the boulevard and the building 000 by the Murry civil district of railways ejrley in spring when the The new flouring mill of the Marshall improvements of the park will also Milling Co of Henderson is nearing commence completion and will be ready for cus Â¬ tom grinding In about two weeks Ten Tho Art Amateur mill rights from the Richmond City For December is the finest number Mills have been busy for a month or more puttlug iu tlie latest machinery ever published of his excellent art ma- Â¬ gazine Two charming colored plates Tlie Pineville people are hurrying up are given a woodland winter land- Â¬ preparations to put their coal on the scape with a man and dog trudging Louisville market this winter and by homeward just as the suu has set and January 1st they will be shipping it Hearts are Trumps a dainty young over the Louisville Nashville Rail Â¬ womau iu an evening dress of blue road It is claimed that the coal is tulle playing cards The black and of superior quality for grates and those white designs include a beautiful fe Â¬ interested in the enterprise have great male head for plaque decoration a confidence in the future of the mining large and striking composition of interests in that locality Shrikes ami Blackberries an admir- Â¬ The Falls City Malleable Iron and able thistle design for n carved panel Steel Works which was recently or Â¬ an orchid decoration fora plate a Roy Â¬ ganized to test a new process of mak- Â¬ al Worcester vase decoration charmThe Music Lesson ing cheap steel tools have purcashed ing figure desigu after Wutteau for tapestry painting iu Louisville nnd will toon be actively at work The contncls for annealing and flue embroidery designs fora cushovens cupola and moulding shed have ion and a piano stool Articles of es- Â¬ A Model leen let and the company will soon pecial iutere t are those on finely illusirtated be mHiiufucturliiK several kinds of New York Home tools If the expected success follows Louis Quiuze decoration art iu jade gifts in painted china and photographic the works will be greatly enlarged Christmas cards Flower paintiugtap Col Scott superintendent of the new eslry painting Royal Worcester dec- Â¬ Paducah iron furnace b getting things oration and wood carving are among in Miape for effective uork on the sub the pratical topics particularly discuss- Â¬ ject The foundations for the machin ed Amateur photography receives ery and furnace stack are all ready much intention ami the various edito vVithiu a few dins he exneclhto close ral departments are vigorously main contracts for all the buildings needed tained It is u marvel that so and put a force of 75 men at work plac much can be giveu for the small iug machinery Col Scott will try sun of thlrtv flve cents Mcintntnie to put the furnace in blast by Febru- Â¬ Marks publisher 23 Union Square ary and if he Is f uccessful Paducah New York will ko on a big splurge Aldeus Manifold Cyclopedia The City Council of Russell ville have The issue of the tenth volume under consideration plans and ppecifi catioits for a system of water works calls the alteution to the rapid which will supply the daily needs of progress which this excellent pop Â¬ cyclopedia is making the town and funiNh fire protection ular The The Russell ville Herald slates that a publisher promised the volumes at stock company stands prepared to con- - intervals of about a mouth he is stiucr the works if the council cm- - recently more hull keeping his word eludes not to take It A street car line The volume extends from Cosmo and an electric light plant are being graphy to Debry contains about 640 di cussed uid it teems probable that pages and about 1000 illustrations in a hort lime one or both of them handsomely printed and neatly bound in cloth all fur 5Q cents J The Mani Â¬ will be on foot fold is more comprehensive than any Tlie sudden spring into influence nnd other cyclopedia except Cassells which importance of the Louisville Comnier- - Costa several times as much including ciul Club is one of the wonders of Louis an unabridged dictionary of the En Â¬ ville About eighteen months ago a glish language iu addition to ordinary meeting of young men was held at the cyclopedia matter and though mauy Board of Trade one day at noon to raise of tlie articles arc necessarily brief subscriptions for a fund for tho purpose they are sufficiently practical and of advertising the cily The older men some articles are surprisingly ex- Â¬ had been at it for n week or two and tended for instance Cotton occupies the young fellows called their meeting 26 pages Cranuogs 8 pages Creeds together on one days notice and raised and Confessions 5 pages Crickett 4 nearly 53000 before the elders had fair Â¬ pages Crusades 6 pages Darwin and ly got into working order Darwinian Theory 17 pages and so ou It would be strange indeed if a cyclo- Â¬ The Owensboro Messenger records much activity iu that booming city pedia of such great merit published at A real estate agent told the Messen- Â¬ a cost so surprisingly low did not ger last week that in two days preced- Â¬ reach an enormous circulation A ing he had applications for twenty tive speclman volume may be ordered and John B houses Dearly all from good tenants returned if not wanted and for the better class of houses rang Alden Publisher New York Chicago iug from 12 to S25 per month So Atlanta and San Francisco much work has been and is now on Happy Homes hand in the city that it has been ilifli cult to get carpenters and bricklayers Heres a health to the wives and the mothers The contractors ou the public building Who set in our households to dar advertised to day for carpenters They want home men to do the work if there Who are glad when they brighten for others are enough of them but if not they The hours that go driiting away will send elsewhere Plasterers are May their eyes kocp the light of the glad- Â¬ also needed PROGRESS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E ph NUMBER 27 TOLUME PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR A eital Surgesa PiTUE Limited to Or IC r q t r- - Best GsiiEh Ours WILKES SMITH For all diseases ot the Throat and Dentistry 100 junezz u 10 XOTES OF KENTUCKY MANAGING CHILDREN T7hy They Should at All Tlmoj He Given Bouiothlni to Do sertata as Smith Building Main Street 7 v 900 u izroo An indispensable family aiedicinc I And Ayers Cherry Pectoral an invaluable remedy for colds coughs other ailracnta of the throat and M S radatl 301 Broadway lungs Ajers Chorry PectoraL ad j c MORGAN tOFOfE till D D S J- Albany N Y I liave need Ayers Cherry Teetotal for bnmehitis and Main Mreet over Madi- r -- etf H m - DR J M PH TV POYNTZ AND IAN E- cFFH t SewHHl Drug Store SURGEON street next to june22tf G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON Keeood street f PHWCTAN OtHlE DRS 1 TAYLOR ASHE oliic Put nners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seooud streetover Dykes j y for which I believe it to bo the greatest medkane in the world James Miller Caraway 2 C My wife had a distreeBins conch with pains in too aide and breast We tried various medicines but none did her any good nntd got a bottle of Ayers Cbeny Pectoral which has cured her A neighbor Mrs Glenn had the measles and tho cough was relieved by the use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral I have no liesitaUon in recommending this medicine Robert Hortoa Fore Â¬ man Headlight Morrillton Aik Ayers Cherry Pectoral enred me ol a seere cold which had settled on my Ihdrs My wife says the Pectoral help her more than any other medicine sht over used Enoa Clark Mt Liberty JCansae Lung Diseases I Ayers Cherry Pectoral Dr Bold juiict DR X Te JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET xi Door to IiHxohs Up Stairs leiee Ht Cor Maiu aiHl 1 ales wreck rEEI ABED C Ayer tc Co by all DroggifU Mce BY J LoweH Mass 1 tli UMlet i 43 retf DR Cfl flit PHIL ROBERTS profeseHHMtl r lna services to the OITAIA VIA THE CO TO uRi Jin- - in drug store oh lower Main jilly2i ly Iii liiuond Ky St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway A MAGNIFICENT Man- Â¬ DR U C AMBROSE KY to 4 oclock in the af- - KOUD u urs 2 j i W BIsLY TRAIH SERVICE AND SURGEON I T SEXSM1T1I M D WHITE i IIJWCIAN The Montana Express WILL BE INAUGURATED II ALL KY to the aug17 lyr professional services NOVEMBER 10 1888 Elegant Dining Sleepers Car H J F COKNKLISON CORNELISOK 11ETU Practicing Physicians HhATH r 11 Irsuin Reem llanilsuHie Day CoacLos EI HMOND c their profession KENTUCKY servioe lo the IJaiily aad PKEE Coleaht Sleepers WITH KITCHEN AND IAVATORY An important point in managing children is to always havo ready some Â¬ thing for tho littlo hands to do at thdsa times which Come quite often on rainy and other days when tlrod of play thoy listlessly gaze through tho window or wander aimlessly about not knowing what to do with them Â¬ selves Children at such timsa aro a great trial to the busy and often nervÂ¬ ous people of tho house and are quite likely to bo sooldod though such a course is so unwise and unjust that it can lead only to tho worst results in tho childs future Calm and reprov- Â¬ ing words kindly spoken aro necos sary with all bright children and aro usually very effective but words ut torod in a sharp scolding tone must in most COSG3 work an injury to tho childs disposition It is all tho more sad bo cause the matter could bo 60 easily managed by a very littlo attention on tho mothors part How often we hear mothers or older sisters say to somo littlo child who is full of deslro to do right if it only know how Do get something to do how lazy you aro I never saw such a child I am sure I dont know what is to become of you and a great deal more of such talk which alas most people have heard too ofton The child at such times is not in fault It is the mothors duty to see that suitable work is always ready and she should require tho child to do a moderate task for which she should not be afraid to give a due measure of praise after it is done Always bo care- Â¬ ful to see that the child is not kopt too long at one task as such a course would bo worse than idleness It is worthy of note that tho work given to a child has a great influonco in molding tho mind and tasto A child kept always at knitting stockings or cutting carpet rags will bo very prac- Â¬ tical perhaps too much so A wise mother will havo a variety of work both useful and ornamental Some parents think it useless to teach boys to sew or knit It is not however for there are many times in a boys lifo when such knowledge may bo useful I have often observed that many col- Â¬ lege boys could mend their own clothes while thoy were quite up in their classes I think tho subject should be thoughtfully considered by parents seeing to it that timo should never hang on their childrens hands for want of something to do American Agricu Uurisl tho heart is not Dy any means a sign that death must result from it in a year or a score of years The amount of damage indicted is not always indi- Â¬ cated by tho amount of abnormal sounds to bo hoard over tho heart Tho abnormal sounds murmurs may bo very loud and the disease which causes them ba of no secret moment or the murmurs may scarcely be heard while the damage may be of the great Â¬ est Importance and lead to a speedy In tho death ono case tho muscular substance of tho heart is able to make up for tho daniBges presumably growing hyper Â¬ trophy sufficiently to meet all demands made upon its strength In the other tho ability to grow and incroasa la A MARVEL OF DELHI The Moguls IVacock Throne anil llow It Was Destroyed Of all the costly wonders that tho fu DR pit GILES HARRIS SPEEDWELL KY jan4lf ins irifet- - MHtal services to the THE ONLY LINE TO Tlie Three Great Cities of Montana ttTr DR ic S M GREAT FALLS LETCHER HELENA and BUTTE janly For maps and information apply to your home ticket agent to any agent of the company or F I WHITNEY Uenl Pass Tkt Agt 20- - iHYICIAN AND SURGEON KH HMOND iili 011 KENTUCKY Stieet Fir t H W BRIGHT M D St Paul Minn Drug Store P ial attention given to Mieroseop tieinieul examinations of lci iiid ti j ami fluids of the human body int lf W PHY MCI AN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to t iw Haraware Desires to announce Store CLAUDE SMITH that he has opened a new DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon Richmond Kentucky r C 4 e ue -- wl attention given to diseases of r Ten and all difficult chronic cases IV icnts treated at a distance and H opathic medicines sent to any ad P M Main Street over D M Brights hours 8 30 to 1100 A M 200 to Hardware AND Stojre t ic mavi6 iy TINWARE HOUSE AT DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine Surgery 51 50 KED HOUSE KY No 26 N Second St DR T J FAIN OR 1 Armers old stand VI 20- - UNION CITY KY r Iiim profusion n1 services to the lie Office at Powells store ness PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Fper al attention given to abstracting In i to lands in Eastern Kentucky OTi e in CiJMAX building S E riier Main and Second Streets up ar3 June 22 tf RHRFS WHfRF ML lliL tAILK Se6tConshrrnp Tttetecood Us in time Sou bytSrafarists Attorney E T BURNAM A I believo Pisoa Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Dowell fiditor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1887 LIC HMOND OFFICE with C F Ban en First Street at Law KENTUCKY R-- Bur JiiDe23tl The best cine is Pisos Curb fob CoKSUJtrnoN Children take it without objoction By all druggists 25c Cough Medi Â¬ J A SULLIVAN Attorney at Xjaw Miier great iu view of tlie expectations of those engaged In it President James M Ray slates thnt the foremen of his coal mines and coke ovens Imth for Â¬ merly employee- of the Pocahuutas mines iu Virginia and thoroughly experienced men say that the Southeastern coking coal is superior to any they have handled and they are con- Â¬ vinced that the coke will be purer than any in be market Mr Ray lias been advised by handlers of the article iu iu Louisville that they will tuko the product pf 250 ovens if tlieooke is of good quality The work is progressing rapidly and there is little doubt that the coming year w ill tee the beginning The of a great industry in Kentucky St Bernard Coal Co at Earliugtou lias 43 ovens In blast making over 50 tons of coke daily Â¬ The development of tho coke indus Their hearts hold the fullness of bliss try at Piuevllle will probably be very That banishes shadow and sadness Â¬ And what need we ask more than this But how can thin huppiuess be kepi What hall protect those we love those who make u heaven of the home from the ravages of disease that is often worse than death that is iu The question fact a lingering death is easily answered Dr Pierces Favor- Â¬ ite Prescription tlie standard remedy tor all of thoso peculiar diseases to which women are subject Li what must be relied upon to preserve the health of wives and mothers It pre- Â¬ vents those disease and it cures them It is a blessing to women aud therefore a uational blessing because it gives health to those about whom the happi- Â¬ ness of home centers and the strength of a nation is iu its happy homes Dr Pierces Pellets or Auti billious granules in vials 25 ceula one a dose Druggists rnry ttl HMOND KENTUCKY OFFK E on Fire t street same as occupied by County Judge oct6 ly ragresasjgirreBaaaii TURFS WhFRF 111 ELSE f 1 IS BoetConghSymp Tuuifood Ds in rune aoia Drornaffiai- - ducah C S POWELL jane 22 tf Attorney ai Eaa1 RICHMOND KY Orve in Second Street rnar7 m3mmmM ly zntwt Experiments are being made at Pa Willi the Fort man process of making aoit Bteel blooms Mr Fore man the inventor is a Louisville man and wasa workman in the metal while in the city The process consists n injecting into the mnltnn iron a streapi Â¬ Attorney at J A J REED ssransMna 1 PrJi ffi orrircuit Clerks offlee uie2tf W S MOBERLEY 1i p rarlici in Madlxon ami adjoining es and in tlie Courl ot ApjeI111 Master Cnoimissiouers - Iaw tba oideft and populir sdenUBo nd - SJnTwurtretSi PrinloiTeit of Wood tmBt daw month trUI onr i 11 ARCHITECTS AcrestnceM Js2rSrMWlc Txeh bulldinifc BUILDER American Ine eonulps epor1 Kumoroo ewrraTloej Attorney at Eaaw mverRainseve 1- RICHMOND KY rV e corner Main and First strfcts 8 - ft SWeSr pondene strict coaSdretlal set of han OT Ho rears1 experience snd hsro made orer Lmwa iATEHTS zsiTbeecar ppirBT io2 to Monk of steam heated until It Is reduced to Its elementary gases Tlie process it is chtiined eliminates sillivi and de carbonizes that iron iu a few ruhiue i saving heavy expeiite in puddling The me al Is then drawn off into molds and the operation Is complete After ending it is so cfeau and soft that it can be drawn at any biack smith force the same a any other soft metal It Is claimed that by tuis process the entire output of the Padu Â¬ cah Iron Cos blast furnaces now In process of coustructloD will not be common pig metal but steel blooms bringing from 25 to 50 per cent more In the markets of the world accordinglyIs perfecting Dr Scott of Lexington beiug sur- Â¬ geon iu 1812 General- - W II Harrison named his son Harrison Scott and Gen Harrison mimed his sun Scott Harrison who became father of Presi Â¬ dent Harrison Hon Harry Ward ex l4ngresmn of Cynthiaua says his father Capt Andrew Ward was with Gen Harrisons army In 1812 aud Name the vrotebick to his wife child when it comes Andrew Harrison Ward wether it is a boy or girl there Â¬ fore 1 sign A H Wurd J voted for the ururidfather Hanisou for President in 1836 aud in 1840 but voted aguiust the Kraudsnn in 18SS aud dont there Â¬ fore expect jny name or Harrison Ward The President elect will to count no doubt personally appreciate the kindly regard for his grandfather if the namesake did differ with him politi cally Paris Keutucklan Citizen Â¬ f Contractor and Builder 7- T Jtiot i -- ared vriU j Vinds of house building Give him a call an exterieiced SlctcdriidDoot COPYnifiHTS Gcuaux arU mspc etc quldcj procured AddreSolicitors COrt Patent MOSS Orncr SO Boadwm ft r- t plans al- Â¬ A Cincinnati man advertises for sale Mayor Jacob ready for building a magnificent boule- Â¬ a business paylog S10000 a year and vard from Louisville to the uew park no capital needed to run it Reasons Police are becoming sua recently purchased about three miles for selling It Is probably asafo Is prop sed to con pfcious of me south of town It tloua Third Btreet U9 finest asphalt cracklngbU3lness strength is soon exhausted Then tho blood accumulates faster than it can ho sent away from tho heart and tVs cavities thoreof become more and mora weak and givo way before tho con- Â¬ stantly increasing pressure that 13 dilatation instead of hypertrophy Enlargement of tho heart by ovor growth of its muscular substance is always a conservative process doing good and not to bo interfered with whilo dilatation of the heart from stretching of its cavities is always ot evil augury A vast amount of suffering Is drjG o the so called chronic rheumatism In Â¬ stead of one there aro probably sev oril different diseases confounded to Â¬ gether under this name They havo all some characteristics in common which doubtless occasions this confu- Â¬ sion Some cases of locomotor ataxy are for years supposed to bo chronic rheumatism or neuralgia while largo numbers of dry inflammation of tho hip joint are treated as cases of sciatica The pains often foit in the termed muscles and not muscular rheumatism aro often of a rheumatic nature in any sense Some recont authorities indeed hold that most of these pains are caused by the presence of tho tri cliina spiralis As every one knows tho trichina if present in sufficient numbers cause intolerable suffering fever and speedy death If only a few are present the muscles in which they finally take up abode become sore swollen and stiff for a few weeks after which tho pains subside and all goes back to the normal condition Al- Â¬ though this idea about ordinary mus- Â¬ cular rheumatism has not been fully proven it has to support it from a the- Â¬ oretical standpoint After all the nerv- Â¬ ous and muscular cases are disposed of as not rheumatic there still remain a considerable list of casos which aro TRADE IN DOG SKINS traceable to acute rheumatism in the first place or to prolonged exposure to An Important Item la thn Export Business cold and damp or to one of these of China Mr Edgar the Commissioner of The chronic rheumatism thus brought Customs at Newchwang in Mantoburia about may be greatly modified by care- Â¬ in the last Chinese Customs Yollow fully attending to the clothing habi- Â¬ book referring to tho trade from that tation and habits of lifo generally port in robe3 and mats made of tho Cold and dampness must be avoided skins of dogs and goats says it is gen- Â¬ like thefrankest of poisons and tho ac- Â¬ erally supposed that dogs aro picked tion of the kindeys gently encouraged up promiscuously wherever they may St Louis Globe Democrat be found straying destroyed and their skins 6old to dealers This however FEEDING IN WINTER is not tho case for although tho busi Â¬ ness may have had its origin in this now to Avoid a Considerable IVaste of Grain way it is now as systematically carried It is a waste of feed of any kind to on as sheop farming There aro thou- Â¬ sands of small dog and goat farms givo to stock upon tho ground and dotted over Mantchuria and tho oastern especially any kind of grain There bordo s of Mongolia where from a is always more or loss loss that with score to some hundreds of dogs good management could very readily are annually reared on each farm have been avoided and that would in and where thoy constitute a regular a vory short time pay for the expense source of wealth A brldo for in- Â¬ of providing suitable places for feed- Â¬ stance will receive as dowry a num- Â¬ ing Even the hogs ought to have a ber of dogs proportionate to the means tight floor upon which their corn can of her father It is probable says bo fed rather than upon the ground Mr Edgar that in no other part of Rough feed given to cattle sheep or tho world are there to bo found such horsoa if fed on tho ground is certain splendid dogskins for size length of to have more or less of it trampled hair and quality the extreme cold of down and loft Tight floors upon theso latitudes where tho thermome- Â¬ which tho grain fed to hogs can be ter registers 30 degrees Fahrenheit be- Â¬ thrown and feeding troughs or boxes low zero developing a magnificent to feed grain to tho other kinds of coat It is difficult to understand how stock with racks or mangers for all tho dog farmer can afTord with profit kinds of rough feed will prevent such to rear the animals when tho price of loss If all tho stock are kept upon tho farm that the feed raised will keop tho robo is taken into consideration For ono full sized robo say 80 inches in good thrifty condition it will pay by 86 inches at least eight animals aro to foed so as to avoid waste as much as required Putting the prico real- Â¬ possible And where a considerable number of stock are kopt it will make 3 CO ized at for robe a only allow this would about a difference in tho amountt of feed 45 cents per skin including the well worth saving selection for the skins must match in Tho arrangements for feeding should color and length of hair and cost of bo mado as soon as possible Take a sowing Tho animals aro generally littlo timo and plan to arrange conven- Â¬ strangled in mid winter but not before iently It will otert mako a consider- Â¬ thoy aro eight months old and then able difference in the timo required to the skins taken in a frozen condition properly feed and care for the stock how the arrangements for feeding are principally to Mukden and Chinchow where thoy are cured assorted and made A duo regard to the making mode into robes mats etc Last year and handling of tho manure should al- Â¬ the robes aro said to have been decid- Â¬ so be considered Tho making saving edly inferior in quality The reason and applying of all tho manure possi- Â¬ given is that ordors wont forward too ble should always be mode an item late and the farmers waiting till they and in planning- the feeding arrange Â¬ had news of somo demand kept the ments this should always bo considered animals alive until their winter coats The feeding arrangements need not bo began to fall off The value of tho expensive they should however bo trade from Nowchnng last year was convenient strong and tight so as to about 40000 against nearly 60000 savo timo and feed Prairie Farmer tho previous year Tho decline was Toacher What can yon tell mt due to depreciation in value and a de- Â¬ of Lots wife Littlo Girl Nothin demand from tho United creased Mother siys I mustnt talk about other States London Times folks behind their backs Critic Blobson who nover goes out oi INCURABLE DISEASES comes in without falling over an an Â¬ Disorders VtlttcU Travel Slo wlr But Sore Â¬ tique jar or piece of bronze persists ly to a Fatal End Tho class of chronic diseases is quite in calling his wifes collection Burlington Free Press a large one and is important from Wo might perhaps havo mora every point of view It may prove in Â¬ teresting to investigate tho question agrecablo weather if wo should substi- Â¬ why certain affections continue for tute coal for mercury in our thermom- Â¬ Coal Is going up much higher years while the history of others is eters Boston Post always compressed into a few days or than mercury Dont you suppose said a mom weeks That is to say somo are that a police Â¬ chronic from the start whilo others her of tho police force aro always acute There are others man knows a rogue whoa he seei No doubt him was tho reply still which stand upon middle ground but tho trouble 13 that ho does not sometime acute at other times chronic seize a roguo when ho knows him and still others again half way bo Lady If I givo you a penny tween thorn Boy Til say The nature of tho cause of a given what will you say disease- has much to do with its dura- Â¬ any thing that yon want mo to WolL say Thank you Lady Boy tion In tho so called essential fovers Not till I got tho penny I dont such as typus typhoid relapsing and Golden yellow fever the cause is a minute trust nobody now-a-davegetable organism that s5ems to at Â¬ Bays What kind of tobacco Is this tain its full development within a vory long cut or fine time after which it producos its asked the customer short replied tho dcal Connecticut progeny and dies There is no more cut chanco of ono of thorn becoming chron- Â¬ or A nd wlion tho man smoked it he ic than there isof raising several crops knew ho had boon told the truth nnd Puck of oats or barley from once sowing the llkowiso swindlod Lady visitor In penitentiary seed What wonld bocomo of you poor In a second class tho cause again a microscopic growth may go oa grow Â¬ man if yon should die In this wicked Hardened long termor Tbo ing multiplying and developing now place Such are warden ud stop mo tobacco aa sell crops almost indefinitely Burdette the malarial favors and all tho affec Â¬ mo to tho doctors mum Sophronia writes us lo know if tions classed among the miasmatic ladies leap year privilogos are expect- disorders Disease ot the valves of the heart is od to extend to the offering of Beats to not at all uncommon and follows gontlemen iu streot cars and offering acute rheumatism especially if it oc- Â¬ assistance to gontlomcn who fill on the sidewalk Most assuredly Bur curs in a child with great frequency Tho presence of valvular disease of linglon Free Press break-your-back ys palaco of the Mogul Emperors at Delhi contained tho most wonderful and the most costly was the peacock throne It was constructed during the reign of tho magnificent Shah Jehan and Was the work of a Frenchman Austin of Bordeaux who had sought refuge at the Moguls court It was estimated that tho value of the wonderful throne was 6 000000 pounds sterling or nearly 90000000 It stood in the center of the beautiful which Is Hall ot Private Audience still to be seen in a dilapidated state at Delhi and which then formed a fitting casketfor the jweled throne which it contained In The Archaeology of Delhi Beresford as quoted by Can Stephen gives the following descrip- Â¬ In this hall was tion of the throne the famous peacock throne so called from its having the figures of two pea- Â¬ cocks standing behind it their tails being expandedand the whole so inlaid with sapphires rubies emeralds pearls and other precious stones of appropriate colors as to represent life The throne itself was six feet long by four feet wide it stood on six massive feet which with tho body were of solid gold inlaid with rubies emeralds and diamonds It was surmounted with a canopy of gold supported by twelve pillars all richly emblazoned with cost- Â¬ ly gems and a fringe of pearls orna Â¬ mented the border of the canopy Be-Â¬ tween the two peacocks stood a figure of a parrot of the ordinary size said to have been carved out of a single emer-Â¬ ald On each side of the throca stood an umbrella one of the oriental em-Â¬ blems of royalty They were formed of crimson velvet thickly embroidered and fringed with pearls the handles oight feet high being of gold studded with diamonds Somo descriptions of the throne men- Â¬ tion but a single peacock but the best authorities credit the two It has been moun- Â¬ held that the famous tain of light was one of the jewels that ornamented the throne and as this diamond which has since come into pos Â¬ session of Victoria was owned by Shah Jehan the story may be true Shah Jehan was the father of the famous Aurengzebe who in 1659 wrested the empire from him and cast him into prison According to some historians it was Aurengzebe who built the pea- Â¬ cocks throne but the weight of au-Â¬ thority is in favor of Shah Jehan L When Delhi was sacked by the Per- Â¬ sians under Nadir Shah in 1739 the throne was plundered of its jewels broken up and carried away A block of white marhlo now marks the spot where once stood this famous throne The beautiful palace which once con Â¬ tained it has been turned into a fort by the English and hideous barracks dis- Â¬ figure the hall of private audieace where once the great Moguls sat in rough splendor Sic transit gloria Notes and Queries mundi Koh-i-noor S3 s Tlie ClotHier AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky fr KaOETl GENTS FURH1 SHIHG HATS CAPS GOODS TRUNKS VALISES 1 lIN Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Guffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men 4 Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr 18 tf ACKELFORD nELIOSEaCTOHNTZD GENTRY 3SE3KrTTJOSLS CO i Tlie Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Â¬ a I t IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN How to Efface Tattoo Marks IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 Europeans who have been foolish YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN enough either in youth or age to tat- Â¬ We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE tf all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of ait goods in other Knee timt we Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts handle c for Tohacco Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated s too themselves like Fiji Islanders Pat agonians or any other race of picÂ¬ turesque savages may be interested to hear that Dr Variot of Paris has dis- Â¬ covered a simple but effective method of removing red or blue pictorial devices from the human skin M Yariot has embodied the results of his experiments in an elaborate trAtise on tattooing in ancient and modern times which has been sent to the Paris Biological So ciety Further the doctor has experi mented on prisoners in the Central In firmary to which he is attached and on hospital patients all of whom have of course offered themselves volun tarily for the operations M Variot has also tested the efficaciousness of his method in removing black or brown beauty spots or moles from the skin of animals and has found it eminently successful His modus operandi is to rick tho marks or spots with needles until the blood flows then to inject tan- Â¬ nin and finally to cauterize with nitrate of silver Very little inconvenience is felt by the person operated upon un-Â¬ less of course the marks extend over a largo surface The wounds caused by tho pricking and cauterization be- Â¬ come black for a time then turn red and after a month or so the parts which havo boon treated aro almost indis Â¬ tinguishable from the adjoining flesh Paris Cor London TeUqraph THE all ad Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find alt he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chaww Hame Hay forks Shoels c The Carpenter and Builder can rind all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock tf Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask alt to come Mid see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 137 foot store house They wiM find A as ot f sea lisli THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself wiM movt competent workmen ghe special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE lAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables js to be well up in it in the way tf markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buv at the bottom price Dont forget that you can always Bad the and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - caa the ad are not xip- cer- - 5s mch2i tf D P AEMER fSrttrTvtiP J x - and IT-- dUNIORS RIGHT How the Toungest Ilorn Is Always vored In Song and Story ru The wide range of junior right is ono of the most remarkable discoveries of recent anthropological science Tho younger son inherited to the exclusion of all other collaterals Fairy lore has seized upon this idea with avidity Fairy favorites are of course always young and beautiful Cinderella is tho type of these fairy favorites She is tho youngest of the three sisters The two older girlaare old and ugly she la young and boautiful They aro cross d and badly disposed she is and gentle Tho fairy god- Â¬ mother has no interest in the fortunes of the two elders her cares aro exclu- Â¬ sively served for Cinderella Of course tho Prince falls in lovo with her for how should tho glass slipper fit any other than tho fairy favorite In tho Arabian Nights story of the Three Sisters it was again tho youngest whom the Sultan overheard express j ingan ambition to become the Em Â¬ perors queen consort The eldest sis-Â¬ ter had heon content with tho baker the second with tho cook and when tho youngest carries off the matri- Â¬ monial prize the others use thoir ut-Â¬ most endeavors to make her feel tho effects of their jealousy and malice With beauty and the beast again it is the youngest of tho merchants daugh Â¬ ters that plays tho title role But it is surely needless to multiply instances Whenever a deus ex machina is needed to marvelously relieve a difficulty to do a deed of daring or in any way to retrieve tho family fortunes it is tho youngest child male or female that will probably provo itself tho hero SL Louis GIobe Bemoeral sweet-tempere- Jk Is JEWELER Diamonds Gold Headed Canes Fine Razors THE MAIN STREET the place to go if you want anything in Watches Cocks Jewelrj Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Fine Pocket Knives mEkmP I SI mlsim I Domestic Sewing Machines 9 1 AND ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES IraiwIL- - -ill iO UTJ mi ll - - VkKJoBt JL i Eine Watch Wokk DONE ON SHORT NOTICE I have Mr J E Wolverten of Cincinnati a first class workman to attend to tbo watch repairing ALL KINDS OF department BRING IN YOUR- - Old Gold a Chicago Restaurant Waiter there Guest indignantly nro feathers in this soup Waiter inspecting- it Why so there are I thought I was giving you bean soup Its chicken broth sir In K Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths MTERS 13 JjL P and SILVER and get new goods for it or the o a s 3f Hy costs ten cents more Changes figures Chicago Tribune on the check m Rough and Pressed Lumber iLime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky I AtBJtsr girls have vigorous appetites Ono of them ate six bananas during a horse car ndo of a few blocks the other day tnayz tf it JJSj 11 2 -- fcj THE CLIMAX n BUSHED EVERY BY Patrimony Ed Storms Chicago nois M Illi- Â¬ 1000 The Lion b WEDNESDAY r 1000 Seaweed bc by Falsetto dam Pa Co tpla J Henry New York City 600 eight for 38560 an average of Prather by c by Virgil dam Lady 393 horseshighest price was for Auto Â¬ The Mt Sterling Olive P McNamara FRENCH TIPTON crat 3 years old by Prince Charlie Editors Ky 700 Wm li WHITE 3100 A chestnut yearling by King TWO YEAR OLDS Ban went for 1775 a PRICE PER YEAH 150 Once Agaiu J3 c by Onondaga dam by Luke Blackburn for 1000 bay colt by Longfellow 1000 Vantrim Black Maria M Young McUrathia WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19 18S8 naStud Ky S5995 2 years old went to Charleston S C Blue Rook b c by Billet dam Calo Â¬ for 1300 Senator Beck has gone South on mel W Gratz Philadelphia 4500 - Scrofulous humors erysipelas canker account ot ill health The Forum b c by Longfellow dam and catarrh can he cured by taking May same 2400 Queeno tlie Ayers Sarsaparllla I have used this The House has passed the Di Glocluier b c by Duke of Montrose medicine In my family for scrofula net Tax Refunding Bill dam Mrs Umbos Tracy St and know if it is taKen persistently il Louis Mo S200 will eradicate this terrible disease Â¬ Cowgraseman McCreary presid Vevay b c by Volturno dam Lin W F Fowler M D Greenville Tenn ed as Speaker of the House last dora J Henry 1000 Thursday The Lioness b f by Billet dam Vega McUlellau Roche Su Louis CONCERNING FARMERSÂ¬ Harper the Fidelity Bank Pres- Mo S10100 ident in the Ohio Penitenteary Corn is selling at 200 to 225 deliv- Â¬ by Duke of Montrose Retrieve ha gone crazy dam Patti Labold Brothers Cincin ered in the viciuityjof Kiddville nati Ohio 3080 A C Robinson sold to E W Lee 44 James C Motford aged 98 the Middlemarch b f by Billet dam head New York cuttle weighing 1525 Jaat member of I he Association of Bettie Lewis J B Payue Lexington pounds at 440 to 4 80 Lancaster Old Defenders of Baltimore died 500 News on Monday Mandolin ch f by Hindoo dam E A Tipton of Lexington has sold Mary B Bell Timberlake Moberly to J W Windloh of Cincinnati the Five white men were killed Mo 600 filly Brown Bess 231 J and seven wounded all mombors Century b f by Hindoo or Billet Price private but known to be about of a Sheriff posse by blacks in dam Calphurula W Gwtz 700 5000 Mississippi Moitday YEARLINGS c V T son Gen Hawktone b f by Hindoo dam Wither Withers Jr Stock ofFarm W TÂ¬ Morgan T Craft former editor Fairlawn Lex Queen Maud M Byrnes for J of the London Leader died of ty Imp ington Kyand Miss Belle WHorton Tmeid fever Monday He was B Haggin San Francisco Cal 3200 of Hutlalo N Y were married on Middlestone b c by Billett dam DetHoentlie elector for the 8th dis Â¬ Tuesday December lltb Bettie Lewis W Gratz 1350 trict W C France Highland Stock Farm Feruwood br c by Falsetto dam Quickstep M Byrnes for J B Hag Lexington Ky has sold to Samuel Stterif Smith has been arrested gin 2100 Gambal San Francisco Cal the wean Â¬ oh sixteen warrants for the Birm Â¬ Strathciair ch c by Onondaga dam ling bay colt Prince Red by Red Wilkes ingham riot deaths and has given Imp Lady Stock well J Henry S00 dam Mollie Stout by Mambrino Patch bonds ot 25000 each amounting Cherron br c by Duke of Magenta en for 2500 to 400000 dam Hashashia W Walker New Hwrry Holly yearling colt bv Vat- Â¬ York City 050 It is probable that Hon W C Prodigal Son b c by Pat Malloy ican dam out of the dam of Harry Owens and Mr J H Welch will dam Imp Homeward Bound W M Wilkes the property of McKee Tray nor and Potts was let go a quarter of be candidates for tlie State Senate Conner New York City 500 to sueceed Capt Sam Levy who Heathertou ch c by Hindoo dam n mile over Tray nor McKees track in the remarkable time of 34 seconds goes as Indian agent to Yankton Sungleam W Walker 1000 This is an 18 gait Can tlie world beat PhoMiix b c by Imp Mr Pickwick him Jo Jo another yearliug by Vat Â¬ The House Democratic caucus dam Bounle Wood same 1300 ican is almost as fast has adopted a resolution for the Sunderland b c by Onoudago dam admission into the Union of Dako- Â¬ Imogenej Labold Brothers 700 Nearly eleven hundred packing cases ta either as one or two States as Binscarth h c by Billet dam Luclle for shipping turkeys to the Eastern the people of Dakota shall decide Western JHenry 1050 markets have been manufactured by and for tlie admission of Washing Â¬ Coleraiiiejch c by Hindoo dam Conn Bros up to date this season and ton Montana and New Mexico Waif G M Walker Lexington as each case contains 200 lbs of dressed fowl It will be seen that 220000 lbs It is proposed that tltese States 476 Fuxmede ch c by Falsetto dam of Kciitucky corn fed pnhite tickllng shall be admitted by one bill goblers have leen slaughtered here Utah ilwas agreed shall be admit Britomarte W M Walker 1000 Frontenac ch c by Falsetto dam this season Winchester Democrat od htto the Union but by a sepa THE tonKy by Billetdam Vlda Young Mctiratiiiaua HjutlLexing V Climax Feinting - - and S H Stone bought Cape Race an it have declared their intention to aged horsa by Lexington dam Im- Â¬ withdraw from the church ported Zone for 400 The Georgia Synod has endorsed the BRUCE KIDDS SALE scheme of a Presbyterian University On Friday at Lexington Bruce and authorized the commission ap Kidd sold In combination ninety pointed at Atlanta to proceed in the Â¬ atives and more especially o his children our warmest sympathies for their great loss Jiesolved that a copy of these reso- Â¬ lutions be presented to his children I Committee J Our county papers are respectfully requ ested to publish the proceedings of William Arnold G W Maupin effort to raise 75000 provided the city of Atlanta would raise the same N B DEATHnRAQE two-year-o- ld amount Rev J M Crane told the Tuscaloosa this meeting Presbytery that he had adopted aud Wm Jenninos Preat was teaching the doctrine of sinners Tiios Thorpe Secy perfection in this life and that he was The Popular Science Monthly eays rejoicing iu the knowledge ot freedom that no flying machine which will fly from sin The Presbytery dropped his can ever be constructed until gravitaname from the roll of Its ministers tion is turned wroug side up Put in About 150 Congregatlouallst minis- Â¬ your time and money on perpetual The Largest and Most Oompl ete Line of Clothing Ever Shown i Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at Â¬ BF ters were in session in Chicago consid- Â¬ motion ering questions connected with home mission Dwelling for Rent It was urged by tbem that mission work be extended among the A dwelling house with six rooms on Germans the Bible being declared the Main Street most potent weapon against anarchy 27 J P Herndon bj For 2000years there existed but three versious of the Holy Scriptures To Â¬ day they may be read in 360 or the 6000 ongues spoken Iu 1804 there were in the world only 5000000 bibles in 16S0 I her were 160000000 copies Of the 1433000000 that people the world 35000OuO are Protestant Christiaus Exchange Dr F H Kerfoot returned last week from a trip through several Southern States in the interest of the Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville He succeeded in obtaining an addi- Â¬ tion of S6500 to the endowment fund of that institution In all since his connection with the Seminary he has added 14600 to that fund Midway Clipper Rev It M Dudley President of Georgetown Collegeremaiued iu Louis- Â¬ ville several days this week iu tlie in- Â¬ terest of the endowment fund for which he has secured S5S000 It is understood that a Baptist who former- Â¬ ly lived In Kentucky and now lives in New York will give 100000 as soon as 100000 is raised iu Kentucky Dr Dudley Is very anxious to obtain 42 000 to complete the 100000 and thus secure an additional 100000 Lex Â¬ ington Observer The most remarkable religious meet- Â¬ ing ever held iu Paiis has been iu progress at the Christian church for the past two weeks When the meeting began it was thought there would Â¬ The National Republican Commute sent a 5000 election fund to Denton Texas and the express agent Howe hogged it and then failed to vote for Harrison Howe he ought to be punish ed w PRICES THAN 100 EVER B HEM IT BE FORE Â¬ three-year-o- ld Pecks Bad Boy never could under stand why people would doubt the virtue of Gauters chicken cholera cure which is sold and warranted by Stockton Willis It Â¬ Â¬ Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces Â¬ All tK Latest styles ia Suite Overcoats A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATS5 CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLORS AND SHADES q Mrs John Clinch of New Mexico practiced with u revolver until she could hit a dime at ten paces and then locked herself in a closet while a one armed thief spent two hours in rob- Â¬ bing the house in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout H Pigga ia the cheap- Â¬ est place to buy dolls and dont you forget It It At M C Â¬ H C A managerie man at Hmaburg esti timates the number of elephants still living on the globe at 5500 and that they will not be extinct for 75 years yet Plenty of time to see the elephant Â¬ A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IIOWS THIS I tarrh Cure We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Ca Â¬ F J CHENEY Â¬ Â¬ rate bill Lerna S75 TMESWTMEKX QUESTION was given out Genesis third chapter said the joking County Attorney It was so recorded in our note book we not thinkiug of the er- Â¬ ror This remindusto repeat the joke on Will Thurston when he was CLAT AND HARRISON dent at Bethany College President Alexander Campbell was in the habit of questioning the students in Bible A Washington telegram of Fri history iu alphabetical order but on day sajs I got a good lip to day one occasion skipped from As to the from a prominent member of Con Ts and called out W A Thurston gress He said Do you know tell us which one of the Apostles be Gen Caesius M Cla of Ken Will was taken una- Â¬ trayedjChrist tucky I suppose you do Well wares and hunched a theological stuCash Clay is going to have as IHOPERTY OF M D RICHARDSON dent next to him for answer Jonah much to say about the patronage whispered the joker Jonah loudly Lanuer b c two years old by Long Â¬ I1EKEA in Kentucky under Harrison as called out Thurston and brought down any man in the State Bradley not fellow dam Wigwam G B Morris Mr Jerman is building a good resi- the house President rebuked the stu- Â¬ excepted I know that since the 8000 You should rather dents saying Chestnut colt yearling by King dence opposite Mr Fees election Gen Clay has been in di weep for the ignorance of the young Ban dam Wigwam G W Bcrog reet communication with Gen Har Misses Carrie Hedger and Martha man which more amused the sttP rison and a perfect and cordial gin Louisville 1050 Granger have returned to their home dents Will was a bright young man EASTINS SALE understanding exists between in Willoughby Ohio aud knew well enough that Judas was them While I do not think The combination sale of imported The short and severe sickness of the betrayer but didut think Paris Gen Clay has any aspirations for and native thoroughbreds held by Mr Milton Williams terminated in death Kentuckian a Cabinet place 1 do think William Eastin Wednesday at Treacy on Monday morning if Gen Harrison went to Kentucky Wilsons stable Lexington resulted BORN On Thursday night there will be a for Cabinet timber he would take as follows During the day 76 head sold for Christmas Concert under the manage To the wife or Prof E A Devore at Oaestus M Clay I know that the ment of the music teachers Misses Berea on December 12th a daughter 31110 an average of 409 President elect has always had a Bay Ally two years old by Duke of Blyim and Case Mary Holtou groat admiration for Gen Clav Magenta dam Kaskaskia G L Long At the regular mouthly Temperance MATRIMONIAL- Louisville 575 HORSE SALES meeting held last Tuesday night Rev Bucyrus b c yearliug by Hyder Isaac Hyatt of New Hampshire ad- Â¬ Prof Preston of Central University It is raainfest that the horse in All dam Mary Rowett D OBrien dressed the people left on last Thursday for Virginia his 550 Lexington tereetis growing greater day by Outlook cb c yearling by Ononda Rev Mr Porter who was driven native State where he will be married day and rapidly growing Dur Â¬ ga dam Sunlight M Young from Lane Theological Seminary fifty to Mis3 Johnson an attractive member 1975 ing the four dajs sales in LexingÂ¬ The Sheriff b c yearling by King years ago because of bis anti slavery of one or tlie promiment families of the ton last week 27G horses sokl for Ban dam Themis D OBrien 650 seutimeots is the guest of President Old Dominion 151731 or at an average of Patricia b f two years old by Ten Fairchild Miss Curtis of West Virginia who about 550 Full particulars as Broeck dam La Platto J Fenny The fall term at the College closes visited Miss Campbell at Madison Fe- Â¬ to pedigrees and prices can be had 600 on Friday next with an exhibition in male Institute last summer was mar by consulting report of sales giv Lida Gaines b m eighteen years the chapel The exercises will consist ried receutly to Mr De Long ot Lex on in detail elsewhere in this is old by War Dance dam Gossip L of orations and essays interspersed with ington who has frequently visited Prof sue G Straus Lexington 500 good music Hagerman of this place Mrs Hager Outside of those sales noticable Mamie Stone h f yearling by Â¬ Gospel Temperance Meeting at man and Miss Campbell weut to Lex The activity existed A Alexander Longfellow dam Lida Gaines J ington last week to the reception the Glade church under the auspices sold to WR Allen of St Louis Murphy Lexington 900 Egbert Jacoby of Henry county was of tlie W C T U was well attended Tenant b cyearling byTen Broeck the bay mareMaudeen last Sunday night Miss Nannie Raw married Wednesday to Miss Nannie 2 S5f by Harold he yearling filly dam Lida Gaines W H Simmons lings presided aud Miss Tillie Adams Roberts Secretary of the Lexington Hasina sister to Nutwood 21 Sf New York City SI400 Trauscrlpt Company The bride is a Landlady b f three years old by presented an able paper on and the weanling Espenade by iu medicine Preparations for sister of Mrs James Shearer of this Alecou for 30000 T C Jeffer-Â¬ Longfellow dam Brilliantine W R the Hatchet Entertainment to be city and has frequently visited here son of Lexington sold to Edge Letcher Richmond Ky 1000 held Weduesday the 26th are being Winchester Democrat Brilliantine b m twelve years old wood Stock Farm Terre Haute pushed with vigor The bride was a daughter of Mr brood mare lleina by War Dance dam Miss Gray G J the W illiam Robert deceased who form- Â¬ Victoria for 900 George C Long 675 erly lived near Union City iu Madison RELIGIOUS Tommle Bowling ch m eleven White of Paris bought of Back county Bowling dam Cati man Stony Ford N Y the bay yearsGold by Tom 625 Prayer meeting to night at the Meth Â¬ Long J DIED stallion Victor Von Bismarck by na odist Church at 7 P M Terracina Rysdicks Hambletonian for 15 Virgil dam br m five years old by Mrs Bradley died at Silver Creek Mr Hamilton will preach at Blythe Tarantella J Sugget 000 Natchez Miss 500 school house next Sabbath 23rd inst on Sunday and was buried In the We note the sale in England of Gleaner ch g nine years old by at 3 oclock p H Richmond cemetery on Monday the great race horse Ormonde the Glenelg dam Gong J Z Cushing The Presbyteriau church of Selma Mrs Lou Hagan wife of John C Ha winner of the Derby Minneapolis Mian 725 Ala has renewed its call to Dr E O gan died at her home near Kirksville by tlie famous Bend Or for 85 Bridgelight b c three year old by Guerraul with urgency iu Madison couuty Ky on Friday 000 Brigadier dam Romping Girl W The new Methodist church corner night December 15th 1888 In the 5Gth It looks as if the horse is to out Â¬ O Palmer Nashville Tenn 1000 4th St Catherine streets Louisville year of her age The remains were strip all other interests Better Idlewlld ch f two yen rs old by Iro-deposited in the Richmond cemetery blood is being infused every where guois dam Bergenia J B Malone was dedicated on Sunday on Sunday and especially here in Central 525 Eld E H Burnara will preach in RESOLUTIOXsoF RESPECT Kentucky The plug is not a Vendome br f yearling by Vander the Baptist church on Sunday next thing of the past and never will bilt dam Nina Turner F Hearing 23rd at 11 A si and 7 31 At a called meeting of the Associa Â¬ be but he will never again be so Union City Tenn 525 The usual eervice3 will be held by tion of Ex Confederate Soldiers of Gulliver ch c yearling by Glen numerous pastor next Sabbath morning and Madison county held at Richmond garry dam Emma Bell Timber the evening at the Methodist Church 550 Ky on December 12th 1888 the fol Â¬ lake Liberty Mo LARGE SALE OF HORSES Eld- - J I Wills of the Baptist lowing committee was appointed to Sardonyx imp b m five years The largest ami most Important sale old by Sir Bevys dam Onyx J C Church Union City held a protracted draft resolutions on the death of Anmeeting of one weeK in the vicinity of drew M McCord viz Wm Arnold of thoroughbreds ever effeoted In Lex Smith Toronta Can 500 The Rake Imp K s twenty four Doylesville and secured four additions G W Maupln and N B Deatberage ington was made last Tuesday by Col Â¬ H D Bruce of New York when he dis Â¬ years old by Wild Dayrell dam Eng Â¬ Rev Dr Drew a learned divine of who presented the following resoluBeauty Tyree Bate Gallatin Richmond Va preached Friday and tions which were unanimously adoptÂ¬ posed of the thirty eight head of thor lands oughbreds belonging to the melbouroe Tenn 660 Saturday evenings and Sunday at the ed Stables which brought 81 325 Whereas God iu his Providence Theo imp br in eleven years old First Presbyterian Church of this place The has removed from among us our com- Â¬ F and is continuing through this week yeariiaga averaged 1081 the two by Broomielaw dam Midwife rade Andrew M McCord Benson Sybil la 500 year oWs 2989 00 and the Bishop Lyman of North Carolina Ecsblved That in his death the 6800 The bidding upon some of deuces sale consecrated at Nice France Thursday community has lost one of its best cit- Â¬ 1a -On Thursday at Lexington S D n ImrcaoD uraa OYYtlffttrr H Episcopal izens his orphaned children a mot Following ua 111 oriuoee sold wun Bruce sold in combination sale sixty the American Protestant church of the Holy Ghost Two hun Â¬ kind and provident father and we a the prloe purchaser and purchasers four horses for 20736 averaging SS24 fifty Americans and English Â¬ comrade who was very near to us not dred posloffiee The highest priced animal was Medje men and attended the services only on account of former association 4 years old by Sensation dam Ferida The Christian church at Shelby yllle with him in times of trial and danger Galllfet oh c by Falsetto dam by Glenelg to Hon Wm Cassius Good hasiusthad an experience- A 1000 but for his many good qualities aa a India C D McCoy Charleston S C Ioe for 1075 Col Goodloe also bought Planeta organ was purchased and a number citizen and friend Unsolved That we tender to hisxel- Alexandria cb c by Falsetto dam rium for 750 Messrs W R Letcher I of members who were opposed to burden a thing as a Southern question While I am president I shall only demand that tlie people of the whole country shall obey the laws of the nation without reference to the section in which tlfey may live It is an insult to me for tlie Southern people to intimate that I desire to deal harshly with them It would also be an insult to them for me to anticipate that they do ot expect to obey the laws as they do and shall exist1 Ben Ilarrieon It is fallacy to recognize such Columbusrhompson has sold his crop to Mr br c by Falsetto dam of tobacco at ten cents per lb Goodpaster Kidd Hodgkin bought Patula H A Newton Coney Island several hundred hogs during the past 360 Bay colt by King Alfonso dam Im- week at 476 to 480 per hundred promptu T Cemedy Mt Sterling W B Kidd bought last week of S D Gofl91 cattle weight about 1500 at 4J Ky S675 The Tigress b f by Billet dam els for 71 and 360 for the remainder Vigna G B Morris Charleston 8 Jas S Kidd sold Saturday to W H Forman thirty five ewes and oneSouth C S8100 Raeemede ch f by Hindoo dam down buck at 4 05 each Everett Van Calomel W H Conner New York Meter and will Lewis sold to M Kabn 51 cattle at 4 cts and 63 at 465 City 000 They will be delivered during the lat- Â¬ Intrepid ch f by Hindoo dam Jaconet J H Miller Lexington Ky ter part of this month Mr Kahn bought in the county iu the last few 1560 Bluerail h f by Billet dam Juu days several huudred cattle average Timberlake Moberly weight about 1500 lbs at 4 to 4 cents laua Bell Among those who sold to him were W Mo 1600 Purity ch f by Hindoo dam Effie H Tucker Strode Bros Tom Tucker John Goff Everett Van Meter Will L P Corrigan Kansas City 750 Gilgal b f by Billet dam Miss An Lewis and others Winchester Demo crat nie JFIyuu New York City 500 Trinity b f by King Alfouso dum A clear head is indicative of good Veudu J H Davidson Lexington health and regular habits When the 900 body is languid and the mind works Venice br f by Powbattan dam sluggishly Ayers Cathartic Pills will Emeti J Flynn New York City assist in the recovery ot physical buoy Â¬ 5100 ancy aud mental vigor It Faeknfau Â¬ Â¬ C Jordan Nashville Teun probably be 30 or 40 additions which is considered a great meeting by the Paris churches but by the gospel teach ings as propounded by Elder Zack Sweeny and his brother Elder J S Sweeny the total number of additions to the church is 91 and will reach 100 if the meeting continues through the week Protracted meetings have been in progress in this city for the past two weeks but the people seem to never tire and many are turned away from the Christian church every night being unable to gain admittance to the auditorium which seats nearly 1000 persons There has not been a m night since the meeting began but The Harrodsburg Democrat came to us what some one made coufessiou last week dated December 30th but Paris Kentuckian whether it was last years just getting in we asked John or this years a month ahead we couldnt Where is the text Smith when Bear ye one anothers determine Â¬ m CO Props Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all his business transactions aud finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga- Â¬ tions made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Walding Kinuan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio E H Van Hosen CashierToledo Na- tioual Bank Toledo Ohio Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken iuter uajly acting directly upon the blood aud mucus surfaces of the system Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all 26 28 Druggists Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first is complete embracing all of the Latest Things to be Found in a FSrst Gass class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods npon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as 01 GOODS M IAD AT PRICES we are TO BEAR RS ORT II f HAT IE HAVE SAID With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of y ery jespecuuiiy same LIVE STOCK MARKET PEP0ET By GREENE EMBRY Livestock Commission Merchants at Clncln uatl Union Stock Yards aud CoTlnglon Stock Yards COVINGTON atu Cincinnati Ohio Dec Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 4 3 3 3 17 1888 SHIPPING CATTLE 60 25 4 75 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Common and Rough 25 3 Good to Extra Oxen 75 4 Good Oxen Fair to 00 3 Common and Rough 2 2 2 BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 751 Fair to Good 3 50 cxtra rat steers 3 251 Fair to Good Steers 3 751 ijood to txtra Uows 3 00 Fair to Good Cows 2 25 Common Cows 1 50 1 oo Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 3 75 3 Best Bologna 2 oo 2 Fair Bologna I 75 2 1 75 Fair to Good Feeders 1 common and inin 1 25 1 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 3 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo50 Fair to Good 30 oo40 common 20 00325 Best Veal Calves 6 5 75 Fair to Good 4 50 5 Common and Heavy 2 50 4 HOGS Select Butchers 5 05 5 Fair to Good Packers 5 4 90 Good to Extra Lights 00 eg 5 5 c Light 1igs 4 90 SPRING LAMBS Extra 5 35 5 Common to Good 2 75 3 4 50 60 25 50 75 MITCHELL 2xs wjjst iMraiisr steeset SEALSKIN S Ladies who contemplate purchasing Sealskin Garments should remember that Sealskins advanced at the November fur sales in London nearly 50 per cent This means a corresponding advance ia Sealskin Garments the world over Our heavy purchase of Skins prior to the advance has placed U3 in a position to sell Â¬ 00 25 35 90 75 OPENING OF At tliB Same Prices as Heretofore 75 l3 503 50 75 00 00 00 00 00 50 00 10 OVBROOATS AND Although we are the heaviest holders of Alaska and other sealskins in Richmond we cannot guarantee these low prices far in the future Now read on to your own interest OTJH CLOAK DEPARTMENT 00 00 50 25 boasts of such superb and varied assortment of NEWMARKETS We have that it is difficult to select any to which to call attention among many others Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ASSESSOR Winter Clothing Hats FANCY STEIPES BRAIDED LIN TWILLS BER Â¬ J cs county subject to the action of the 12- Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY 113 a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action ot the democratic party We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate Â¬ J HARVEY We are authorized to annouuee W for Assessor of Madison and a vast variety of CLOTHS in all the popular new colors with Monkey Beaver and other Fur Trimmings For quantity quality j and variety of FUEinsHnra goods LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES Sioits to Order Prom Samples Walking Jackets we challenge the world There never was such a stock around here before GOOD BEAVERS FRENCH STOCKINETS DIAGONALS ld ty Editor Climax Several for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ 3- - and novelties in Embroidered Vest Fronts your paper a call on me to become a candidate for Assessor of Madison county Signed Many Voters of Having considered the sub Million ject I have determined to become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their kind and I must say flattering expressions as to my Â¬ weeks since I noticed In PLUSH GARMENTS What we have said of the reputation 01 our Sealskins applies with equal force to our celebrated Tailor Made Form Fitting Plush Garments They receive the same care and the same skilled work manship as our Sealskins Plush Newmarkets Untrimmed Satin Lined Fur Trimmed etc Â¬ qualifications myseUas a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Very truly 13- C R Tjidor - I therefore annouuee- - FOR JAILER r Wa nro nnthnri7p1 In nnnnrtnnn JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county Bubject to the a- action 01 me uemocraiic party nrn Authorized tn nnnnnnnn JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subiect to the a- ictlou or tue OJemocrauo party We are authorized to announce SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub Â¬ ject to the action of tne Democratic XV a FIT GUARANTEED We will make yon a suit to order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at PLUSH JACKETS For Ladies and Misses The new and popular shapes Modjeakas and Langtrys Plush Sacques are all the rage in the cities Our Seal All sorts of Elegant Visiles and Mantiee that come under the head of Short Wrap3 are shown in our department Modjeska Wraps of Beaver with elegant Gimp and Ball Trimming some braided all over Ladies Cloth and Moscow Beavers quilted Satin Linings trimmed with Passementerie braided all over jgfiTSuperb assortment of Mourning Wrap party 3- - Â¬ to announce We are authorized THOMAS H FERRELL as a candi ilnin for Tnllpr of Mudlson countv sub ject to the action of the Democratic three-year-ol- party - We are authorized to announce JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac Â¬ 4-tion of the Democratic parly FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT STOUFFER S THE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN RICHMOND F1RSTST wrupSshort WE apUS tf - may2 tf THRBE-YEAB-OLD- S - Â¬ Wo nr nntlinrlzpfl tn sntiounee J B HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party i BliTT HMOT Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky - -- A z THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19 18S8 Solid Cash hibit Individual deposit to the large amount of 69284308 The loans and See Mrs Bourne notice discount reach the grand sum of 1391 98781 Dr J P Hemdon has a Main Street for rent See ad dwelling Supplement- Thomas McKce was killed in Jess nunc county by a man named Dickinson Thereoortsofthe tour banks of Rich mond published In to days Climax ex Â¬ Â¬ plement printed on both sides For an m account of the Three Fork Investment feet Albertzart the oe anned sign painter Co and much other local and State new On Wednesday Dr L J Frazee old left Richmond after a sojourn of sev Â¬ please consult the supplement hs to Mr David Chenault Jr of Cane t eral j ears Davids Doings Spring a cottage on Second street for The prettiest sleigh ki town with bells Mr David Chenault Jr sold his farm 2400 robe and whip is on exhibition in Gorm- - of 100 acres the Cabell Chenault form On Thursday morning Dr Â¬ this year that the Western turkeys have Jennings sold his residence on William lejs window at Cane Spring last Saturday to Messrs Main street hi who was Griggs Grinstead for 4000 The per cut any figure in the market but now the known as the Caperton place recently cut by Mr John F White Western birds are offering Kentucky a owned by C Stafford to Mr James P Ed Rice Tuesday night has gone sonal property sold well and amounted to 3 ong Mr Chenault will open a grocery fair rivalry We have no figure yet from Tribble for 4000 900 Rice gave bond home On Thursday morning Mr George H in the house on Second street next door Fayette Scott Clark Montgomery Nich Myers sold his new residence on West Dr Martin the veterinary surgeon who to Garnett House See notice of Durchase las and a few other counties in the Blue grass but it is not too large an estimate to Mainstreet to Capt John C Hagan of localed here has removed to Lexington of residence elsewhere in this issue say that the Bluegrass district will have the Kirksville neighborhood for S5ooo the center of the horse world 930000 Is tbe Size of It shipped 25000 turkeys at the end of the On Friday mofrtlhg Mr Myers bought in Dont fail to see the 4th page of Climax The town lots in Richmond went on a season Paris News the lot on West Main street opposite his and nd page of supplement for excellent tear last week as will be seen by refer- Â¬ About six thousand were from Madison place sold the day before and adjoining offer of books free to subscribers ence to report of sales elsewhere in to Â¬ county the lot of Dr JohnM Foster from Mr ii days Climax W R Letcher for i2oo The lot is Not less than 30000 The small boy accidentally shot by 10 worth of lots changed hands and the 74x260 feet and was bought by Mr None lint Orthodox Need Apply year old Tasker Polk 6on of the editor of good work goes on this week but we are Letcher at public sale last summer lie Drummer at Lexington has died Peculiar religious views seem to have not at liberty to tell everything we know for 1000 Mr Myers will build upon it become a burden to the church people of George Becker the Cincinnati cattle What we have told however is good a handsome residence long established and standard principles On Saturday morning Mr Myers buyer has made an assignment catching enough for one week in Richmond and at last a movement has bought of Mr Letcher a lot adjoining Boarbon connty farmers in the sum of been inaugurated to say to the encroach Duncans Sale the above named for 900 It cost 787 fiooo HI It was a bad day but a powerfully ers thus for Shalt thou come c On Saturday afternoon Maj A J On last Wednesday night the Rev Dr Mrs Maggie Watts has removed to good sale said auctioneer Z E Bush Reed offered his property corner Main Richmond and occupies the residence on upon returning from Mr Wink Duncans Hamilton of the Second Presbyterian street and Aspen Avenue at public sale Lancaster Avenue opposite the Episcopal sale last Thursday One hundred and church preached in the First Presbyterian in lots Three lots fronting 40 feet on Church six sheep 472 weanling steer calves church He referred to a certain London the Avenue and running back 92 feet ix 900 lb yearlings 3255 hors Â¬ cobbler a a model of Christian consecra- Â¬ sold as follows One to W G White Mr L P Sanders the cigar manufac- Â¬ tion at the same time being a Unitarian es and mules sold well A pair of 3 year-old 395 one to David Biggerstaff 400 turer has returned from a successful bus mules 116 I mare 125 one Vatican At the close of the sermon Dr Hamilton one to Sam Rice S150 The corner lot mess trip through South eastern Ken Â¬ colt 200 one mare 135 one eolt 200 called on Rev Dr Forman to offer prayer 120x40 feet went to County Attorney J tucky and Tennessee Dr Forman arose and said he would first A Sullivan for 600 and the last lot one mare Sioo one colt 95 Gray Mr David A Gay a prominent farm Â¬ mare 165 bay mare gray colt make a few remarks and then consider containing the cottage to C C Wallace 75 the matter of prayer He said he did not for er of Clark county father of Mrs James f 130 yearling colt 151 Tfle sum total was 2752 1007 feel like praying after hearing such heresy R Burnam of this place is dangerously but the right being reserved to offer the Excellent Lecture from the pulpit and in substance denom- Â¬ tck at his home in Winchester property as a whole it was offered in that It is to be regretted that a larger crowd inated the Unitarians as hereticsnot capa- Â¬ way and bought by Sheriff elect Bales B Miller tells us that the did not greet Trof Green Col L P Sanford in his ble of consecration or any other good for 2802 This property cost Maj Reed coored school in Richmond is booming first lecture before a Richmond audience thing Upon resuming his seathe was again about 2000 atorg with 275 pupils and four teach Â¬ lastThnrsday night All the persons pres- Â¬ asked by Dr Hamilton to pray but flatly Later in the day the Coal Elevator ers They need more teachers refused Prof Willson was then called Lumber Company sold their coal yard ent could easily have been seated within HI The subject of upon and offered prayer Dr Hamilton at the depot on Main street publicly Mrs Claude Smith has a black cake the bar in the court room Col Sanfords lecture was Old Times and then stated that he had merely used the It was bought by Mr W R Letcher that will be six years old in February Unitarian cobbler as an example as a cer- Â¬ and others for 6720 being 220 more I i kept in an ordinary cake box and New and he handled it with a masterly hand holding the attention of his audience tain distinguished Presbyterian divine had than the company gave for it some month tLc cider it gets the better it gets from the beginning to the end of ther lect- Â¬ done without any intention of endorsing ago and the property not now in as good The Terrill farms near Ellklon adver ure From his accurate discription of an- uniUrianism but as the act had created condition tised for sale in last weeks Climax were cient things in the world it was mani Â¬ dissatisfaction he would hereafter be more Immediately following the above sale particular w idrawn as it was found necessary to fest that he has travled most extensively the same company sold six lots on Orchard On Sunday morning of last week Mr street in the Estill addition They were hare a decree of court to make the sale There is not a kingdom in all the world that he has not visited and his knowledge L E Francis long a deacon in the Chris- Â¬ purchased by Parrish Powell and othei The barn containing three horses and a tian church was summoned before the at prices aggregating of countries together with his happy fac 1194 Dut the com- Â¬ quantity of farm produce the property of ulty of lecturinggave instructive entertain Â¬ judicial bar to show cause why he should pany reserved the right to choose between Judge Faubusat McKeewas burned ment to his audience for nearly two hours not be deposed from office for espousing the sale in lots and as a whole and offeron the 7th by incendiaries who are now m m the cause of Schweinlurth the new Christ ing the lots together they were bought in laiL Going A way Mr Francis replied that he had a revela Â¬ by Messrs DR Forman and Cy Stone for Maj AJ Reed and family will re- tion on the subject and felt it his duty to Twenty deaths have occurred in the Stone will immediate- Â¬ 1250 Forman unity of DoylesvHIe within the past move to Louisville the 1st of January continue in the office and as between be- Â¬ ly open a coal yard four months the result of flux and sore their future home Mai Reed came to ing deposed and renouncing his new Following the above sale Covington tLroat One entire family was thus re Richmond a few years ago a poor boy a religious convictions he chose to be fir- Â¬ Arnold Bro sold publicly a lot on same stranger without friends and without edu- Â¬ ed whereupon the tribunal pulled the street to E B Wallace for moed 375 cation He developed an unusual amount trigger and Deacon Francis was discharg- Â¬ Mr Wallace sold the above lot to Mrs Mayor Collins has contracted for one of energy and tact acquired a good edu- Â¬ ed in one broadside into outer darkness Horton for joo of the business houses in the new hotel cation read law and secured a profitable It is whispered that several persons in On Saturday C S Powell bought of He filled with credit the po- town holding unorthodox views may be Rev Wm Crow four lots in the Crow ad Â¬ building and will remove his stock of fur- Â¬ practice In a remarkably excluded from the churches niture thereto as soon as the room is sition of City Attorney dition for 600 short time he climbed from the position completed On Saturday C S Powell sold two lots of a new member in the Odd Fellows to Lavinia Rodes colored for 325 S Dinelli Co have a word with you Lodge of Richmond to Grand Master of elsewhere in this issue of The Climax the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of Ken- Â¬ PERSONAL They have a choice stock of Christmas tucky Maj Reed has been offered a de Â¬ candies and fruits and want you to call sirable partnership with a prominent law- Â¬ Mr Junius Davenport of Virginiavisit and see tliem yer in Louisville His extensive acquaint- Â¬ One hundred and fifty new hands ar- Â¬ ed friends here last week Â¬ ance throughout the State will be of ma Mr John C Ballard took his little son terial benefit to Mrs F Conner of Louisville is visit him in the Falls City rived this week to work on the Kentucky to Cincinnati on Monday to have a Union between this city and the Junction ing her daughter Mrs A J Reed courts wounded eye removed The eye was Winchester Democrat Dr Ashe left on Saturday to spend the More of tbe Same Kind hurt last summer by accident a knife C Ry will on the holidays at his former home in North The C I St L The circulation in Winchester a year penetrating the ball or so ago of an anonymous publication 24th 25th and 31st 18S8 and January Carolina The grand jury of Fayette county fail- Â¬ which raised a great rippet among the 1st 1889 sell excursion tickets between Mr Duke Tipton and wife of Winches- Â¬ ed to find an indictment against Dr How Â¬ church people by attacking the ministers all stations main line and branches also ter are visiting Capt George W Tipton ard Switzer who in July last in a diffi will probably be recalled A similar one four principle stations to Chicago at one at Speedville culty at Yarnells shot one Martin King appeared last week which the Democrat and one third fare for the round trip Mrs Dr C C Smith of Elliston has formerly of this county describes The Catholic church is left Excursion tickets for the use of children untouched The Episcopal church is dis- Â¬ between five and twelve years of age will returned from the summers stay at De- Â¬ Mrs Dr Pettus of Crab Orchard who troit Danville and other places missed with a contemptuous allusion An be sold at one half the adult excursion had been visiting her sister Mrs P P old and exploded slandei on Rev A D rate Take advantage of these low rates Mrs W K Argo entertained a number Ballard fell near the depot in Richmond Rash is rehashed and imaginary troubles to go and see Santa Claus at the various of friends Monday night to meet Miss Friday on her way home and received a in the Baptist church are alluded to headquarters eat turkey at the family re- Â¬ Bennett of Richmond Danville Advo- Â¬ severe contusion of the hip Eld Harding is characterized as an emis Â¬ union make New Years visits and to cate M Mr Tom Baldwin will open a coal sary of the devil who divided his church enjoy yourself generally during the holiThe Misses Fisher Lexington avenue yard on the 1st of January at his recent to further his own ends and who has not days gave a progressive angling party Fri- Â¬ purchase on RaHroad Street near the enough ability to keep it from falling to A number of well known citizens held day last in honor of Miss Bennett and Mr Elder Kendrick is an ignoramus a meeting in the Boyle National Bank Besides all kinds of coal he will pieces depot Bennett of Richmond Among those handle corn wheat tobacco hemp and and lover of slang and his church has not Monday eveningfor the purpose of formu- Â¬ preientwere Misses Bennett and Chenault had a preacher of ability since it dismiss Â¬ lating a plan tor pushing the project to other products Richmond ed Eld Tully because the female mem Â¬ build a road to connect with the L N Mr W W Watte and family have re Â¬ bers thought his wife looked Senator and Mrs C M Clay Jr had tackcy Railroad at or near Shelby City A com- Â¬ moved into their palatial home on Lan Â¬ He charges that there is no harmony be- Â¬ an elegant reception given them at mittee composed principally of the mem- Â¬ caster Avenue and Mr Willis Hisle and tween Dr Taylor and his church and Marchmont the home ofJames E Clay bers of the railroad committee appointed family have removed from Muddy Creek the latter is pining for the handsome face p p to negotiate with the Louisville Southern last evening from 5 m to 9 m The and are occupying the house vacated by of Dr Young again Dr Chisholm is was selected to wait upon Mr Milton H splendid mansion was handsomely dec- Â¬ Mr Watts charged with being lacking in backbone Smith vice President of the L N orated by Mrs Holliday the Parisian in that he refused to invite his predecessor and ascertain what assistance his road florist A fine band from Cincinnati Messrs Stockton Willis the well Dr Van Lear to occupy his pulpit when would extend to the enterprise Messrs J made sweet music and a bounteous feast known druggists have on sale as per an- Â¬ he visited the city recently because a W Procter J W YerkeesJ A Cheek was partaken of There were about nouncement in to days Climax a re Â¬ couple of wealthy members threatened to W J Lyle Geo Cogar aud Dr A W forty guests present including Senator markably fine collection of Christmas leave He- Â¬ Johnstone of the Committee called upon and Mrs Harris parents of Mrs Clay the church if he was invited goods and cordially invite your inspec Â¬ roic remedies are recommended for the Mr Smith at Louisville Wednesday and Paris Kentucklan tion of the same adherents of Bro Barnes and it is thought had a conference upon the subject They Christmas Goods The largest ecclesiastical funeral held advisable for that divine and Mr Jones have returned and report a pleasant con- Â¬ we suppose he means Rev Sam to be ference with President Norton as well as Tbe ladies of Hiclimond are invited in New York for a long time was that of Very Rev B K McLoughHn of Court circumcised and sent to the ranks of the Vice President Smith both of whom to call nt Mrs J V Bournes and ex- Â¬ land nearly two hundred visiting priests Isrealites seemed to think favorably of the project amine a handsome collection of Fancy m m being in attendance and decided to send their own engineers Work suitable fur Christmas Presents He was the uncle of Poor Historians before purchasing elsewhere Â¬ It Father EJ Healy of Richmond who at The Richmond Register and Judge Tom over the proposed route and have them prrpare estimates of the cost The sur Â¬ tended the funeral Cardwell of Harrodsburg are the poorest Covington Arnold Bro remark once and until com- Â¬ historians in the Stateryet both are locat- Â¬ vey will be made at A Sale oPCii rather positively that Fritz Brothers pleted the affairs of the new road will be cigars cant be beat 27 For the benefit of the Woman Chris- Â¬ ed in cradles of State history Last in statu quo Danville Advocate week The Climax contained a notice tian Temperance Union Kirksville Ky wedding The Queen and Crescent Route will JJonelsou uses the best material that the ladies of said Union will have on Sat Â¬ of old grandmother Tipton dress carded spun wove cut and made during the holidays sell excursion tickets the market affords aud the best work- Â¬ urday December 22nd beginingat jo Â¬ a m in the store house of the Masonic by her in 17S8 a century ago In Fri between all stations on its line at one fare men He puts up noue but tbe best following and a third for the round irip Tickets work Buggies carriages etc made Hall a sale ofCV Everybody is cor Â¬ days issue of the Register the good going December 2122 2324 and to order apr4 tf Call on him announcement is made dially invited Judge Tom M Cardwell of Harrods- Â¬ 25 good to return until January 3rd Hanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ burg sees Tips 100 year old dress and Also good going December 29 30 and 31 Jane Speakers Price 75c at goes him a quarter of a century better good to retnrn until January 5th Now tism or money refunded The Epiphyllidian society of Central Whites Drug Store becond street He has a piece of dress 125 years old is the time to visit home and friends University on Ust Friday night elected 5-by his grand mother Mrs Sarah Further information furnished on applica- near Garnett House their June Speakers They are Messrs worn The cotton was raised in tion to agents of the Queen and Crescent Covington Arnold Bro say that Boggs and Bronston of this county and Cardwell county and was spun and woven system In addition a special rate of Fritz Brothers cigars are indeed excel- Â¬ Curtis of Scott county The election Shelby dress by herself 300 will be made between Cincinnati lent Call and try them 27 was supplemented by an oyster supper at into a Every school boy ought to know that and Lexington tickets good December 24 Mackeys have not The Philalethean Donelson will make you as good a 125 years ago Kentucky was a howling to January 5 beld their election buggy or carriage as can be bought wilderness into which no white man had The Louisville Southern Railroad was any where in America apr4 tf ever ventured much less a woman At Work Mo Everybody knows that Daniel Boone leased on last Thursday to the Prof Kennedy manager of the signal If you want a nice buggy pbseton Louisville New Albany erected hi fort at Boonesborough in 1775 non Route service station C U- - has his barometer carriage or barouche thirty years There rockaway Chicago Railroad for coupe go to John Donelson thermometer rain gauge and other instru Â¬ only 1 13 years ago right here in Madison apr4 t will be no change in officers or arrange ments in position and with his assistants county The site is yet visible and being The building of the Richmond W H Kelley will build you a good almost immediately under the omewhat ment Messrs Duncan and Cook i taking ob Beattyvillc Rail Â¬ bouse cheaper than any man in town Nicholasville Irvine aquiline nose of our neighbor the above ervations The Government weather road will continue as if nothing had occur mar7 tf telegrams have not yet begun to arrive break in history ought not have occurred B ed More than that the R N I Then Tom Cardwell lives on the spot but will do so soon Ten Cents pushed through into Virginia and where Fort Harrod stood and claims that will be on to the sea Closer relations will be Will get a first class shave at the GarÂ¬ Sew Drns Store it wa built only a little before the fort established with the Cincinnati Southern nett House Barber Shop Clean tow- Â¬ Mr Arch Woods of Nicholasvllle a at Boonesborough was erected and yet he forming a gigantic system The Mo els aud sharp razors are plentiful former well known student of Central is raising cotton in Shelby county first class workinmen are first shovel of dirt non run from Louisville through Jeffer Noue but University was in Richmond one day twelve year before the Give us a trial Entire Gosport employed Mitchell Bedford sonville was thrown in Harrodsburg ast week While here he made arrange 16- is guaranteed These historians remind us of young Greencastle Carwfordsville LaFayette satisfaction ment for opening a drug store in one of who went out Monon and other important Indiana e business houses in the new hotel lawyer In a ncighboringtown Ifyou want a good suit of first class branch on Spencer Creek which is probably not towns to Chicago and another building quality at very low price go to Coving Indianapo Â¬ 24-far from KiddHHe to make a turnpike run from Cincinnati through ton Mitchells He w a mere boy and greatly lis and Monon to Michigan city The The Day Fixed speech Stetson fine soft - hats variety of men Cincinnati Southern runs from Cincinnati Metsr Van Lear and Tyler repre embarrassed by the array of older through Chattanooga Birmingham and stales at Coviugtoti Mitchells 21- He spoke as follows enting Central University met with the around him and Meridian to New Orleans and a Fellow citizens Not more than forty ecutnre committee of the Underwear very cheap at Covington runs from Meridian to Jackson Oratorical Association in Lexington nor less than sixty years ago the wild branch 24- Mitchells Vicksburg and on to Shreveport and and oa Saturday The committee decided logins were a cuttin1 and a slashin up Thus you see that Richmond is on a vast A large aud well selected stock of the next content should occur in Lex down Spencer Creek like any thing from the Lakes to the Hats Cups C- - at reasonable prices at this juncture an old palsied soldier system extending Ston on the first Friday in April which At 24- Mitchells J be the 5U1 day of the month and ofiStawitha squeaky voice arose and Gulf Of course the Louisville Southern Covington financially by the in youngmanIpromise you that is greatly strengthened only one priae shall be awarded a chimed The best line of Gloves iu town Is to years a boy lease and all contract and engagement gold medal Mr Adams of Arkan is a lie For nigh onto eighty Mitchells S will be fulfilled by the be lound at Covington tt wil be the orator from Central Uni Â¬ and man have Hived on Spencer Creek made by the L 24- eed t Monon versity and nsrry a d d Ingin have I The Climax is so full of news this week that it runs over into a large sup Â¬ The Tnrkey Trade Messrs Gifman Brent of this city have shipped 25000 turkejs this season from this place Richmond and Flemings burgi aggregating- - 227233 pounds net Over half of them were shipped from here They averaged about 9 pounds for which they paid an average of 6 cent per pound The country appears to still be full of them as they are coming in ff om all sections in great droves Clay Stone brought in 500 from Little Rock precint Friday and Jesse Duncan an old colored man brought in 900 from the North Mid diletown precint in one drove These gentlemen are now paying but 6 cents per pound on foot owing to the market being glutted with Western turkey It is only Activity in Town Lots Last Wednesday Climax noted the sale on the day- - before of three lots by Mr S D Parrish to Mr George Myers in the Parrish addition and the sale of a lot by Squire J H Powell to Sheriff Deatherage in Powell addition On Wednesday Mr Parrish sold to Capt J Speed Smith two lots for 400 each one to Dr Phil Robert for 350 and one to E B Wallace for 350 all in the Parrish addition and are 60x146 Real Estate For Sale BANK REPORTS Â¬ Having bad numerous calls for Reil E late for snlo or rent we have con 52ai -- 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ cluded to publish n partial Hat of what December lzili 1 has been placed with us for sale RESOURCE A two story frame residence with Loans and DIscoants 1312632 82 71SK m I Overdrafts- six rooms besides kitchen aud porche 50000 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation two cisterns every modern conven- Â¬ Other stocks bonds and mortgages 6718 8S 17509 11 Due from approved reserve agents ience Rood stable and large lot Dae from other National Banks 6689 1686 eo A two story frame residence on Dae from State Banks- and bankers 8117 21 Real estate furniture- iind fixtures 388 12 West Main street six large rooms and Current expenses and taxes paid 2000 CO Premiums paid kitchen Admirable home 2XJ0 00 Bills of other Banks Eighteen unimproved building lots Fractional paper currency nickels 10 52 and cents 6800 00 in Lyman addition 150 feet deep Bell Notes as many feet as you desire Cheapest Legal Tender fund with UH Treas Â¬ 1000 W Redemption 2200 00 urer a per cent of circulation 10 to 10 building lots In Richmond 179376 60 per foot J Total LIABILITIES Two cheap homes on East Main KO000 00 Capital street four rooms each besides kitchen Surplus stock paid In 50000 00 fund 1908 25 Undivided profits Terms easy tSOuO 00 National Bank notes outstanding Two hundred acres ol excellent blue Individual deposits subject to check 1267 52 Z7 other National grass land good 1 esidence near school Due to State Bauks andllahks- - jm 2837 82 3033 Due to bunkers and church everything n farmer could 5179376 C8 Total desire STATE OF KENTUCKY a A two story frame residence on Coujtty of Madison West Main street AH modern conI J E Greenteaf Cashier of the aflove named bank do solemnly wenr that the veniences Nearest residence to Court- Â¬ above statement is true to the best of ray knowledge- and belief house on Main street J E OnEEKLEAF Cashier Twenty Unimproved building lots Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 17th well located 60x150 to 190 feet Alley day ot December 1SSS Juo W Ckooke Jk Notary Pubilc 10 to 20 per foot at back A one and oue half story cottage Cobuect Attest CAPERTON J W home In Estill nddltlou just complet- Â¬ WmMIHVINK J Directors RX WHITE ed and cheap Two new resldencestwo story frame or the condition or the Second at metal roof new designs never occu National Banlr the Richmond in the elate of business State of Kentucky pledslx and eijjht rooms well located December 11th 1838 at Two unimproved lots In Crow addi- Â¬ RESOURCES tion 40x100 8SIS3 IS Loan and discounts Four hundred acres of well Improve Overdrafts secured and unsecured W12I 87 circulation US Bonds Insecurereserve agents 50000 00 ed farming lands 8 miles South east Dne from approved 40GH0 93 30193 20 Dae from other National Banks of Richmond 4821 16 expenses and taxes paid Current Tenant houses on Irvine street In- Â¬ Bills of other Banks bmoo paper currency nickels Fractional come from rents unsurpassed 60 75 and cents 12878 50 An unimproved lot on High street Legal Tender Note -Â¬ 5000 UU 200 feet front and 255 feet deep De Â¬ Redemption fund with US Treas2250 CO per sirably located Lots to suit purchas- Due urer 5U Scent of circulation Treasurer other from than S per cent redemption er Price 13 per fool 90 00 A two story brick residence on Lan- Â¬ 530189 CO Total caster Avenue LIABILITIES A two story frarHe residence with Capital stock paid In J200800 00 iJ0 00 Surplus rmid basement Well located aud very desir Â¬ Undivided proflls 9m 08 OMJO 10 able Price 53350 National Bank notes outstanding 41 Our list is too large to mention every Individual deposits subject to check 183fo8 71 L8SI Dne o other National Ranks 672 75 piece but we can furnish whatever is Due to State Banks and Bankers 25tl3 65 Notes and bills re discounted desired 330138 60 Total Those desiring to sell or Buy would STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 do well to consult with us as to terms Countv op Madisox f Cashier of the above IJStone Walkersolemnly swear that the and prices named bank do We will not adverllse or try to sell above statement is true to thebetit of my knowledge Rud belief fancy priced real estate J STONE WALKER Cashier Respectfully Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th Â¬ Â¬ VILLI U We Lead Them All HT QHT -- 55 Our large and well selected stock of HOLIDAY GOODS is now open for public inspection HE DO UtlllG SHODDY OR OH THE FIRST-CLAS- CHEAP S- WW ffllL OUR GOODS AHE GENUINE AND Finest Illustrated Books Songs of Love among the most noted are uRip Van Winkle Library of Poetry and Song Old Eolks at Home and Joy Bits of Snow Bound TVhittier Sweet Nature Lenore Gems and hundreds of others too numerous to mention Eull stock of Gilt Poems and the celebrated Alta Edition of Eavorite Stories for Boys and Girls Dont fail to see the large and cost- Â¬ ly line of i BOHEMIAN CDI GLASS BOTTLES i We make this a feature of Holiday from 83000 per pair down Presents Our line of Fine Shaving Sets Manicure Sets Dress- Â¬ ing Cases Work Boxes Perfume Sets Gents Leather Traveling Sets Smokers Sets Whisk Brooms can not be excelled We call ESPEGiL ATTEfSTIOia to our complete line of Triplicate Mirrors handsomest ever seen in our city Hundreds of Childrens Toy Books from 8200 to 15c Full line of Scrap Books Albums Childrens Blocks and Games fg23HLf you dont want to buy come in and look and listen to the handsomest music box ever brought to Richmond Price S500 27- - Hmith Powell Â¬ IJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Profitable Business Those who take an agency for a re liable enterprising house learn their business and stick to it get on in the world People who have any Idea of engaging in any canvassing buUiness will do well to write George Stinson Co Portland Maine the great art and general publishers They offer the most exceptional advantages to those who are sufficiently enterprising to be willing to make a push in order to bet- Â¬ ter their condition It costs nothing to try Women make successful canvass ers as well as men Full particjlars will be sent to those who address the firm their full address is given above Â¬ day of December 1SSS R E TURLEY Notary Public Coebect Attest W T TEVIS T D CHENAULT JI Directors JUNE WALKER of the Farmers REPORToftue condition Richmond in the at State of Kentucky at the close of business December 12th 1W3 RESOURCES 22 2176 Loans and discounts J4W nvonirnfta secured and unsecured 50UUO 2 00 U S Uonds to secure circulation 5200 Other stocks bonds and mortgages 51061 00 91 Due from approved reserve agents 321 W 09 Due from other National Ranks 75U0 0U Real estate furniture and fixture 160 40 Current expenses mid taxes paid 116 83 ChecksF and other cash Items ntliapPolitrU Utlla 378 00 Fractional paper currency nickels 189 nnd cents 7557 50 Specie Redemption fund with U B Treas 2250 00 urer la per ceuu oi circuiunuuj TOTAL -- TIEUE IPX iOIE TO BTTZ GOOD THINGS FOR CHRISTMAS ZS jJI e 1 a g s o r JACK FREEMANS CASSAEDS Jl at o 27 Grinding Done - -- 111215 SO Wedo custom grinding on Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays Usual toll taken We make and deal In meal flour and mill feed Your patronage solicited LIABILITIES 1150000 Capital stock paid In 50000 lunu 9111 Undivided profits 4oIU0 Vatlntotl Rnnk notes outstanding Individual depoMtssublect to check 150121 W Due to other National Banks 932 Due to State Banks and Buukere TOTAX 00 00 fil UU at n- - 49 JO 79 50 1 J 114245 s s Â¬ Richmond 4- - Milling Co Formerly Barlows to Mothers STATE OF KENTUCKV CmtlSTMAS CANVASSED THE FINEST IN THE WOULD HAMS It m Mrs Wimovrg Soomraa Sibuf snonldsltrsTi ba used when children ere cutting teeth It re lieves the little raffereretonce itprodnces natural quiet sleep and the little cherub awakes aj bright as a button It is very pleasant to taate It soothes the child softena thegumsallaTiallpaln regulates the bowels audls the bestknown remedy rhether arising from teething or for diarThcea other causes Twenty flTB cents a bottle Advice 6 5 Comity of Madison 1 S S Parkes Cashier of the nDOve narned bank do solemuly wear that the nD0Ve statement Is true to the eai 0f mj know Â¬ ledge and belief S S PARKES Cashier Snbscnbed and swprn to before me this 18lh day of December lbW Jno W Crooke Jit Notary Public Cobrect Attest TUOS J SMITH U F BURNAM Directors JOHN BENNEIT J of the Madison REPORT of the conditionRichmond m the Bant nt Slate of Keutucky ut the close of business December 12th 1KS RESOURCES Loans and discounts S106S11 53 Overdrafts secured aud unsecured llWMOO U S Bonds to secure circulation 50W 00 U S Bonds to secure deposits- 75VU0 00 Due from approvtnl teserve agents 8S129 19 Due from oilier National Banks 484 43 Due from blate Banks and bankers 1S1 Real Estate furniture and fixtures- - 6900 GO Current expenses and taxes paid due 97 Bills ol other BanKs 7uo UU rnicuuuai pupur currency uicKets and cents 34 29 Specie 6100 00 notes Ltal tender fund with lsao uo Redemption US Treas- Â¬ urer 5 per cent of circulation 2J60 00 MIA CAHNED APRICOTS EARS MUSHROOMS and Ranns Specific will cure Klieuma tlsm or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Garnett House She Was Completely Cared A daughter of my customer missed Â¬ menstruation on arriving at puberty her health wa3 completely wrecked At ray suggestion she used one bottle of Brudttelds Female Regulator which cured her J W Helltjms Water Valley Miss Write Tbe Bradfleld Regulator Co 25 28 Atlanta Ga Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in nurpius imm Undivided profits National Bank notes oulstandius Indl vldual deposltssubject to check United btates deposits Deposits of U 8 UlstmrKlug officers Due to other National Banks Due to State Banks mid bankers Notes and bills re dlscouuted Js77se 32 Remaining unclaimed in the Past Office nt Richmond Ky week ending December 18 1888 Ballenger H C Hughs Mrs Bettie Black Thomas Hurst Henri Black Rov J T Lindsey Lucy Black Albert Macaulev J D Bates Annie Phelps Lula Brockmah Nannie Pinkerton Wm Slaven Turner Broadus James Sullivan M O Burnett Major Campbell Airs M Smith Mrs Joseph Doty Christopher Wilson A a Floyd Miss Tiney Wilson C T Hocker Sallie Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p Money order and registered letter M hours prompt 7 A M to B p M J B WILLIS P M -- LETTERS 200000 00 7tMX 00 22100 56 43000 00 11 74 EVAPORATED PEACHES Cross Blaekwells Celebrated Chow Cliow Mar T2een Olives fresL and Une Colter vin Tomatoes Yarmouth and Challenge Corn Eieans Peas all full weights Monesnch Mince Meat without which nobody conld have a good Christmas J all awl you r as e of ry asea 7 jliflh can the eatl- - are not icrip- oeer 17 6B1 S SI 53W 12913 38 7001 21 178W 71 677282 32 STATE OF KENTUCKY l s Connty ot Madison J I C D Chenault Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Ls true to the best of my knowledge aud belief C D CHENAULT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this ISlh day of December 18 8 P DEATHERAGB Notary Public Coebect Attest A It BURNAM 1 H B DILLINUIIAM Directors N B DEATIIEKAOE I - Raisins Citron Baking Powder and everything else kept in a first class grocery Oranges Lemons Bananas and Cran- Â¬ berries all kinds of Candies imported and Key West Cigars Sx ircoo n and DXTELLi dk CO CHRISTMAS IN GREAT PROFUSION O-A-IfcTIDir Amid the excite- Â¬ ment of buying and selling fancy goods c for Christmas PUBLIC SALE OF I Ul UUi X UJ1 II ipteisils C r KT reBuft2 HOUSEHOLD Â¬ I will offer to want Medicines care- situated seven the highest bidder my farm miles from Richmond near the Irvine pike containing fully prepared and 50 ACRES OF LAND dispensed to go to ft has upon it a good house for small family good stable with four Whites Prescription pondsin one never isfailing springstalls three and good well yard and under good fence with Drug Store 2nd St sufficient it timber for fire wood andgood re fencing Thirty acres strictly near Garnett House land The place is within aoo yardstwo of house Â¬ dont forget if you On Thursday Dec 20 88 AND OE EVERY VARIETY 27 28 PUBLIC SALE On school near two churches and mills and the Three Forks Railroad is bound to run near it making it a splen Â¬ did opening for a man of small means The crop consists of about 200 Barrels of Corn Amongmy FARMING IMPLEMENTS have i 3 horse wagon I new Oliver chilled plow t harrow I corn drill I c cutting box scalding box shelter I have also 1 COS AT S DINELLI mpsoiis Candies in Boxes Cheap Candies isG Mrs Thursday Dec 27th from lOcts up to 25cts P 3 lSS8 1 will on the premises offer for sale without reserve my farm containing 2 Good first in two equal parts and then as a whole Said farm is situated sis miles from Richmond on Otter Creek half mile from Red House Station on Ken tucky Central Railroad on good turn Â¬ pike convenient to churches good On the farm is a good c schools comfortable Substantial Horses -- iBricls go in corn Residencei acres grass One hundred and fifty in for farm work or harness both safe for ladies to drive The farm will be sold on twelve months time without interest the purchaser giv Â¬ ing bond and good secunty with note made negotiable arfd payable at the Farm- Â¬ ers National Bank of Richmond Terms of sale of Personalty made known on day of sale Sale to begin at to oclock A M w Mcpherson 26 27 Finest Hand Mads Cream Candy 35 CENTS fto PER POUND rtNAL kfcbest BEST FLORIDA ORANGES and 40cts a Dozen FIGS RAISINS DATES in Great Variety 25 SO j Inter-Collegi-- te twenty acres in wheat and remainder to At same time I will sell 1889 EST 100 BAERELS OF CORN one hundred shocks of fodder I 3 horse wagon and harness 2 good harness horses c some young cattle plows hamess Terms will be given on day of sale CAR LOAD JUST RECEDED promptly at io various sizes at factory prices Sale will commence GEO M WILLGING oclock A M Z E WIDOW GLASS IN 26- - MALAGA RAPESr20c PER FOU3JZ SAML BIGGERSTAFF 36 aS Bcsu Auctr December 12th tSSS Richmond Ky Mixed Nuts 20c Per Pound mmSSSSVmmSmSmnmmmlmSVmVmSlBm9SmVmVmSSBlmlm8HB9SHtBBSI BmmmmmmmnamaammmmmmmmmmmmmmHmmmammanHmmm rGmSBmVmHiKHHKmVmVmV9mlKnWmmmttBHmmmmnmnHBmVi aXlmmmmfimmRBmmamammSamvlfflSffelilSm ifimaam9aBmummmBmSsmaEammaiB r- aBammmmwmmammnammmmanmamamammmBanmgsmtt affMBajETaaHmlalMaMaTamamaBBaMm amKswanamammmmmmmliiv x - - - Nt W - - - - - Tsm CLIMAX CLUB POR 1839 THE The Lowest Rates Ever Offered the Public CURIOUS LONDON CLUBS Peculiar Social Societies to Be Found in the East End ol the Metropolis A short tour through the East End Of London has convinced us that tho clubs thereabouts aro equally as singu Â¬ lar as the curious contests held in that quarter Greatest Bargains of Your Life IF YOU FAIL TO VISIT READ FOR YOUE SELF PERIODICALS Harpers Monthly and The Climax Harpers Weekly and The CKmax Harpers Bazar and The Climax- Harpers Young People and The Climax The Century and The Climax Sctibner and The Climax Demorest and The Climax Scientific American and The Climax American Magazine and The Climax Puck and The Climax The Judge and The Climax The Forum and The Climax- Frank Leslie and The Climax Magazine of American History and The Climax Magazine of Weeiern History and The Climax Alienist and Neurologist and The 450 4 50 f 430 Limehouse 260 490 Ono of tho most amusing is Tho Judgo and Jury This is a society formed for tho purpose of trying mock charges among its members and is usually held in tho parlor of somo con Yonient public house Onco a week ia tho winter months and at stated in torvals at tho present time Stepneyi BRfflKLEY BROS PLACE 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 100 16 Yards4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for 100 12 Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for 100 itiu 3 90 280 400 370 530 4 65 5 55 470 535 450 Our Stock of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete Ml BHINKLEIT BROS ST N2ZT 2003 TO POST OFFICE RICHHOITD To The Public BOOTS SH0ES AITS HATS a17 WALLACE PRICES Goods I We have an immense stock of Fall--and-Winte- r-- CONSISTING OF AX from tlte medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit tlte public and to do it we have bought goods to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but rood lionest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share of your patronage if prices are a condition I GRABBSand FRIGES Climax 630 American Field and The Climax 555 American Journal of Archaelogy and The Climax 600 American Journal of Science and The Climax 630 American Law Register and The Climax 630 American Law Review and The Climax 630 American Naturalist and The Cli- Â¬ max 5 00 Andover Review and The Climax 530 6 55 Art Journal and The Climax in Art Amateur and The Climax- 4S0 Atlantic Monthly and The Climax- - 465 LArt and The Climax 1100 Bankers Magaeine and The Climax 6 30 Bradstrets Journal and The Climax 5S0 Commercial and Financial Chronicle and The Climax 970 Contemporary Review and The Climax 530 Electric Magazine and The Climax 555 Edinburgh Review and The Climax 495 Electrician and The Climax 585 Fortnightly Review and The Climax 530 The Grapic and The Climax S55 Library Journal and The Climax- 6 30 Littclls Living Age and The Climax S55 Medical Journal and The Climax- 6 35 Musical Courier and The Climax 4 65 The Nation and The Climax 4 15 Police Gazette and The Climax 4 80 Nature and TheClimax - 670 Nineteenth Century and The Climax 5 30 North American Review and The Climax 555 Popular Science Monthly and The Climax r Port Folio and The Climax 8T5 Delineator and The Climax 235 Quarterly Review and The Climax 4 95 Scottish Review and Th Climax 4 95 St Nicholas and The Climax 395 Spirit 01 the Times and The Climax 595 Turf field and Farm and The Climax 5 30 The Voice of Masonry and Tlie Cli- Â¬ max - 430 Young Ladies Journal and The Cli- Â¬ - 465 max Young Peoples Magazine and The Climax 170 Youths Companion and The Cli- Â¬ max 310 Texas Sittings and The Climax 480 Detroit Free Press and The Climax 100 Arkansas Traveler and The Climax 280 Burlington Hawkeye and Tlte Cli-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whltcchapol Spitalfields and Other typical East End localities all have their Judgo and Jury Tile charges aro always of a most outrageous as well as humorous de- Â¬ scription Many years ago bird fanciers club3 wore much in vogue but there aro very few in existence now One of these was for the purpose of relieving a bcothor1 bird catchei when In distress of a peculiar kind The law only allows birds to bo caught at certain times of tho year and representatives of the lime and twig found laying down their bait out of season were subject to severe pen- Â¬ alties A weekly payment of three ponco or six pence to the funds of tho soci oty was sufficient to secure a prompt payment of the penalty if caught thus infringing tho law Another club peculiar to tho bird catching fraternity was once a rec- Â¬ ognized institution and wo believe although it is not conducted on such a lareo scale nowadays that interested parties still meet and talk the mattet over in a small way Tho members aro known as Tho Canaries and thelatst idea or dodgo discovered in transforming thehumblo sparrow into a more aristocratic bird changing its coat to another color was discussed and experiments mado on tho table authority that these men wore in tho habit of further experimenting on tho birds by piercing them with red hot needles in order to mako them sing better but one of the oldest dealers in Bird Fair assured the writer that this latter experiment had never boon dono to his knowledge You will find in the East End clubs for pickpocket and their brethren clubs for beggars who mass their takings in tho way of victuals together and par- Â¬ take of a meal from tho same dish but one of the most curious is tho Teapot Club This society is supported by tho frequenters of cheap lodging houses whose limited exchequer will allow them to occasionally partake of the fragraiit cup The teapot of the lodging houso par- Â¬ lor is the common property of the ton ante and in many of the housos a woman has it given into hor charge while those who wish for a mug of tea every evening can have tho same guar- Â¬ anteed on payment of from Id to ljd per week With the subscriptions from tho lodgers Vslf tings at Is por pound aro purchased and brewed accordingly A clubtooexists in tho East End only opon to men who have met and con- Â¬ quered some recognized champion in tho pugilistic world but among somo of the- - most curious we aro inclined to number those devoted to gambling for such small stakes as permit lads to enter the arena of speculation and lose There are scores of theso places In London When standing at Spital fiolds Church you are within easy reach of a dozen of such haunts and we are now about to enter an East End gambling saloon London Tid Bits It was said too and on good The Duluth Paragrapher and The Climax ttltlMllllllttsltlftttllllllH aI t 215 25 30 Respectfully WALLACE S BICE The London Times and The Climax The Queen and The Climax Truth and The Climax United Ireland and The Climax The Lancet and The Climax China Mail and The Climax Melbourne Australasian and The Climax 930 830 330 3630 8 80 THE L8ETT PATENT SEAT FASTENER illS IS THE NEATEST M AM BEST iipflT i1 1 T to arn M lock aaaM MON386 I H SEAT FASTENER EM INVENTED lIADGETt Aculirn T tae at flnnly and Immovably mm yt Jt ran be ehansrd la an Instant Sample sent --at stamps or 3W per doaf n set v Town Countv and State Rights for Sale jaiiamlai fc rrttorv tese Seat Fatteaers will be sold at a very low figure Address and V Doles -- Electric Soap CENTRAL UNIVERSITY THE BEST FAMILY SOAP li THE WORLD THE NEXT SR85I0N WILL OPEN ItKSricBylte UBifiraiQaantylffCullCSte -- bknch uhiies m taioR aad fltanels sand blankets as TT VttfHE enciaal formula for which we raid 50000 J I twentj rtart ag has never been modified or J ousted in ac slgntot Tills soap Is The Preparatory Department is m B identical In quality to day with uinler lliesuierviiu of the Faculti- tknt FBAdo tn enty years oo aixl on piis will be spared to make coataias nothing that can in jure the Hnentinbrle Itbnght tiiia St 12 88 1 M the world doe without ibnakiog timm soft aad watte and like new wrta bo other soap learwg Madison County School Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the time give a thitnHili practical educa Â¬ tion In thoe who can not lake the Bpeeial aitentiiiu will be Riven to Writing Composition Bonk KeepiiiR and Civil Eiigineerinj Attention is called lo the following communication from iineof our pa Â¬ trons a prominent citizen ofthe eoin iniinity Jlr Runmin mates clearly the metltodri wrtmed and the character j of work iloiie in this department of the University Richmond Kv June iSth 1SS8 Dr L H BLAXTON Chancellor et Central Unii erity My Dear Decter Last fall I started my oidet ton then ia hk twellfti ear with some mUivings as to the wis- Â¬ dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart Â¬ ment of your college and during the second year which has jutt closed ray special and critical attention has been constantly directed to tlte conduct of that de Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also ia mental training and capacity for application The system pursued in the department h one that trains the pupil to think reason logic illy and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the minds of young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their sen ices may be secured premanentiy to the young boys of this community and Uiat the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in this department may continue I am very truly yours A R BITRNAM For further information and Catalogue apply to L H BLANTO2C Â¬ READ THIS TWICE Una TJeanc nil that can be desired mind because of separation from tho home of a llfc tlmo would excite sym- Â¬ tri1 pathy in those who have passed through T IKE al best thincv It is cxtxaCrdy iffli-H tatedaadconateriehed the same experience of lonely sorrow but pity is an unknown quantity in tho of Imitations breasts of college boys of the second I year They arguo that It is but doing THSIST asee Dobbins Electric Dont tale as thoy havo been done by and that it n fc iw IIIIIIJUIJ iiiumor aay ataer naad amply becaase is cheap Theyj is tho only cure for the chagrin which was sate ckttaes and are dear at any price AsJcfer arlses at memory of what they passed o jnoBnurs electbic-j-through during their first year and save se ether Nearly every grocer from Mane It is said that college faculties havo a Mum Lseas it m stock If years hasnt it be was arfder from ek nearest wholesale grocer made repeated efforts to put a stop to X3 EAD caRnafy the inside wrapper areasd each J- - bar aad be carafid to follow directions those practices If this is true it does eaaaaaeimali wrapper Yoe cannot nflord to credit to their desiro to do right hut it wait longer before trying for yoandi Uus oW rebable aadtfaly waaaerful reflects greatly upon their ability to control and direct thoso committed to Dobbins Electric Soap their care The extontto which these 27 53 brutal practices aro carried can not be known because thoy are dono in tho night hour and victims aro as silent as executioners it being considered unmanly to report their persecutors The number of cases of extreme bar-Â¬ barism which are mado public war Â¬ A man who appeared lo ho about rants tho assumption that it would be For 150 you get The Climax one difficult to exaggerate the evil year and any three of the follow ing list sixty years old accosted a patrolman An unmanly cowardly at tho Central Market yesterday with and so utterly and American practice of books un college Sir I dosiro to 6pook a few words professors should transfer somo of the Macaulays Essays you with eloquence employed in their lectures Light of Asia Arnold Go ahead Manliness of Chrht Hughes sciences chapel in I am business I never boat around upon occult of deeds to tho might not Imitation of Christ Kcmpis denunciation which tho bush Do you know tho woman in Rowland Hill Charlesworth be so bad if confined to Apache Indians tho fourth stand Town Geology Kingsiy but which aro at war with all tho Salon of Madam Neoker I do teachings of humanity and gentlemanly Ethics of the Dust Ruskin I want to marry her I am in town conduct Chicago Herald Mr Horn and his friends to select a wife She fills my ideal KENTUCKY Joan ol Arc Lamartinc A Problem Settled Have you spoken with her Thoughts of Aurelius Antohius Not yet What do you think of CABRIAGS The Hermits Kingsiy Mrs Simpklns ovor hor newspapor my chances John Ploughmans Pictures Â¬ I Pulpit Table Talk Ramsey Shell hit you with a cabbago the ing see John that tho papers aro takJOHN DONELSON 6- CHANCKMOR up tho question Is marriago a Bible and Newspaper Spurgeon minute you mention marirage failure It would really mako your John Calvin Guizart And refuse me apr4 tf FitoiwinTOR Sharps Culture and Religion heart bleed to read tho letters that are Yes The Nutritive Cure Walton That settles it and Til go further sent by some of theso long suffering The Persian Queen Thwing HARRISON D MILLER Sorry to have wasted ten minutes for wives Ingersoll Answered Parker Slmpkins a long suffering husband Blood of Jesus Reid I am full of business but Til mako It Hml Well my dear I dont dispute Reminiscences of Lyman Beechcr AND up somewhere else Good day De- Â¬ t9 IRVINE STREET American Humorists Howels it If a woman really 6tarts in to make troit Free Prat marriago a failure she can succeed Next Door to Pot - Highways of Literature Pryde Charlotte Bronte Holloway The laziest man on earth has boon without half trying Judge A Winter in India Baxter discovered in St Louis He was ar- Â¬ Tho value of tho collection of post Furniture And The undersHrned would resriectfullv an Jewish Artisan Life Delitsch rested on the charge of idling and his ago stamps recently exhibited in Boston to those contemplating bunding French Celebrities Rouace name appeared on th docket as John is estimated The Clew of the Maze Spurgeon at 100000 It contained mat tney are prepared to contract tor Smith because he was tpo lazy to give many rare groups that command fancy Chinese Gordon Forbes BCILDINGS DESCRIPTION OF EVBRY Archibald Malmaiscn Hawthorn his name When arrested he told tho prices Done Satisfaction guaranteed Old Sailors Yarns officer he did not work beomiso ho was Estimates made free of charge Plans An Unfortunate Woman TurgenicfF too tired and in court ho was loo lazy Bicyclists arcallowed the privilege furnhed on application on short notice Thi- - abo e books are equal in every res P- - Tp C ARPETb LAID IN FINE to speak When asked if ho was alive of pedaling without a license Detroit LONG COLEY pect to preceding onei except not as ho replied hp did Free Pro not know I TYLE GlreWma CalL Contractors and Builders large ispriitf tion rPlHERE is a rreat xarlnr of time of labor of soapot tueLaodof the fabric where Dob Soapa used nccortliiigr to direc Â¬ J fNn trial wiO deraoastrate ks great Berk It w3l nay you to snake that pswars - Fie Ca mm m55 Calcutta Statesman and The Climax 2560 Journal Des Debats and The Climax 1955 Artiste and The Climax - 14 70 Blaetter fur Literarische and The Climax 980 Deutsche Rundschau and The Climax - 670 ForH3 emmet and The Climax - 330 Copenhagen Folkets Misse and The Climax 430 BROTHER JONATHAN The above list embraces only a few of Origin of the Name as ROFrequently Ap- Â¬ the vast list of Periodicals and Journals plied to Americans that club with The Climax We can When General Washington was ap- Â¬ secure for The Climax subscribers any pointed commander of the revolution- Â¬ periodical or city daily or weekly at re- Â¬ ary army he went to Massachusetts for duced prices the purpose of organizing the forces of Any city weekly in the United States which he had been put in command for 1 00 and to make preparations for the de Â¬ fense of his country There was a great ueed of supplies necessary to BOOKS For 150 you get The Climax one carry on the war successfully against He had many difficulties year and any two of the following list of the British to contend with and found it was al- Â¬ books most Impossible to obtain arms or am Â¬ With the Poets by Canon Farrar munition in 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neatly Chicago MaiL bound One More Failure Â¬ FOOD FOR THE BIRDS Cerfciu and Interesting Facts About th Cosy Caterpillar Tho mission of the catorpillar mayi bo considered as twofold He has to reach tho chrysalis stage from which ho will omorge as a butterfly or moth and then perpetuato his spoolos and he is an admirahlo machine for the conversion of vegetable matter into a form in which it can be digested and relished by birds He stands to tho feathored world Indeed in exactly tho same position that tho ox and tho sheep occupy in relation to man Al- Â¬ though partial to seeds and fruits birds are not vegetarians in tho broad sertso of thd term and would starve had they nothing but leaves to devour whether tho leaves of the roso or thd cabbago tho caterpillar thon comes to tho rescue and forms the intermediary link He possesses an appetite of ex Â¬ traordinary voracity and in the course of his not very long life eats many hundred times his weight of vogeta bles and converts them into a rich and luscious food for tho birds It may bo said that in somo respects at least tho instinct of caterpillars must bo defective or knowing that their plumpness is their danger they would oat less This is no doubt true but as It Is true also of sheep and bullocks it can hardly be mado tho subject of reproach tor the catorpillar But after all vast as is tho number of caterpillars who go to feed tho birds It can not be said that birds aro by any means their chief enemy Their great foe and relentless exterminator is the ichneumon against whom nono of tholr cunning devices of conceal- Â¬ ment avail but who can discover them in their inmost lurking places Tho ichneumon varies In size as greatly as does the catorpillar himself Somo of them are as long as wasps although with a slendor body nO thicker than a bodkin somo so tiny that they can scarce bo seen with tho naked oye but all are alike in their habits Watch one largo or small as ho set- Â¬ tles upon a leaf Straightway he be Â¬ gins to hunt up and down with quick eager motion liko a dog quartering a turnip field for part- Â¬ ridges Up and down below and above prying into every cranny he hunts hurrying fromono leaf to another until ho finds a caterpillar Ho wastes no time with him he thrusts the long ovipositor through the skin and places an ogg snugly there Ho repeats this two three or half a dozen times ac- Â¬ cording to his own size and that to which tho caterpillar will grow His young ones must be fed when they are hatched and it would not do to lay moro than tho caterpillar can support What the sensations of tho caterpillar are when thus treated no one has so far attempted to explain It gives a little wince each timo tho operation is performed and then pursuos its voca-Â¬ tion as quietly as if nothing had hap- Â¬ pened Thoro can beno little doubt that it is profoundly discouraged it must feel that all its efforts to evado the foo have been wasted It doubt- Â¬ less knows that it has received its death wound that it will never soar in the air as a bright winged butterfly but that its chrysalis stato will bo its last It speaks well then for tho sonso of duty of tho cater- Â¬ pillar that it goes doggedly on as before eating as largely and steadily as if nothing had occurred and showing no signs of pain or dis- Â¬ turbance at tho birth of foes who soon begin to gnaw away in its interior It is to be hoped indeed that it suffers but slightly The organs of tho cater- Â¬ pillar are simple It is a small tube and it is probable that its sensibility is slight still it is inevitable that it must suffer more or less but it goes on until just as it is about to assume tho chrysalis state or just after it has done so it dies and tho littlo ichneu- Â¬ mons mako their way through the skin and after a brief rcposo fly away to recommence tho deadly work of their parents It is calculated that fully eighty por cent of caterpillars are slain by ichneumons Tho caterpillar is distinguished for its imperturable good temper no ono has yet witnessed a good stand up fight between two caterpillars Even when browsing in hundreds upon a leaf each catorpillar continues its work of eating wholly regardless of the multitude feed- Â¬ ing around it London Standard COLLEGE An Unmanly FACTS -- FOR FARMERS Neglect of salting tho cows pre vents good butter good cheese and good milk The rutabaga has beon recommend Â¬ ed for cattle food these seventy years and ovor fifty tons of that tubor- - may bo grown per aero The smallor potatoo3 can bo util- Â¬ ized by boiling them for stock Thoy aro as valuable for that purposo as tho larger ones Tho ducks commonly found in this country under tho name of Fekln aro not of that brsed at all but aro much Thoy aro the Whito Ayles smaller qury Tho Peklrt is a royal looking bird nearing a goo3d in size The Cackter v - KMLEY c3j 00 0m against thinning forosts by tho annual removal of wood as needed and in favor of making an ontiro olearlngeach year and then either replanting with valuable timber or using the cleared land for other1 purposes Pure water is essential to hoalth Diphtheria dysentery typhoid fever cholera aro very often caused by dis- Â¬ ease germs in drinking water Wells should bo at least ono hundred feet from manure heaps the terminus of kitchen drains and every deposit of foul matter Rain water properly filtered is tho best drinking water N Y Tribune Tho peach does best on its own stock in a light rich warm soil and in a warm climate moderately free from winds At time of planting tho tree should not be more than a year old Somo prefer to plant dormant buds others want seedlings where the trees are to bud to the varieties wanted tho following year It is certain that seed- Â¬ ling peaches nrd surer to live and do well The farming of the future must bo gradually contracted in the number of Less hard work over broad acres fields and closer attention to special paying crops on the fields that sur-Â¬ round tho house Moro pasture moro flock and plenty of ensilage this in- Â¬ sures tho purchase of less commercial fertilizer and tho very best results from the contents of the barn yard To cure gapes put the chickens in a box tio a piece of coarso sacking or cheese cloth over tho top spread somo fine air slacked limo on tho cloth and then jar it so that tho fine lime will sift down among tho chicks Tho lime in- Â¬ haled by tho chicks affects tho gape worms so that their hold on the wind Â¬ pipe is loosened and also causes the chicks to sneeze and cough and throw up the worms With the increased consumption of celery improved modes in its cultÂ¬ ure have been adopted by progressive agriculturists Numbered with theso improved modes Is the plan of bleach Â¬ ing celery by setting up boards a foot wido edgewise on either side of a row of plants and pulling the soil up against the lower edge of tho board bo that tho light is expeled The boards aro kept in position by short blocks notched to fit them and placed across the top or any other 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to light on this side of tho Cowardly and Utterly Un water Hazing is practiced only upon tho students of the freshman or first year class Tho uninitiated might think that tho youth who are distressed in Tho influence of tho wind break is local and almost entirely mechanical It prevents the fierce sweep of winds over the surface of the ground and therefore tends to diminish evapora-Â¬ tion from tho soil and from plants especially in cold weather and to lessen the mechanical Injury to trees and bush fruits It is apparent to all good observers however that wind breaks aro sometimes injurious Therefore there must bo certain rules to govern their planting Tho most important of these rules may bo briefly stated 1 Tho wind break should not ob struct atmospheric drainage Cold air Is heavier than warm air and it there- Â¬ fore settles into the lower areas Ele- Â¬ vated areas are consequently warmer than low ones in still weather Inas- Â¬ much as these high lands are moro wind swept than others it has be- Â¬ come a common impression that tho wind itself is in some manner a pro- Â¬ where Â¬ tection to fruit plantations protection as tho really comes from atmospheric drainage Tho wind break upon most of the elevated areas therefore should bo open enough to allow of tho freo drainage of air In such localities a tight wall of ever- Â¬ greens is apt to be positively injurious Deciduous trees with perhaps a sparse admixture of evergreens mako the hotter wind breaks for such places It should be borne In mind that tho ob- Â¬ ject is not to stop tho wind but rather to break its force to check it Break- Â¬ waters are often made of a network of naked spiles rather than a solid wall In many interior localities a denso wind break on the north and west ex- Â¬ cites an early growth of tender fruits thereby Increasing danger from late spring frosts Hence 2 The wind break should never bo denso enough to force the buds on fruit trees in thoso localities which aro sub- Â¬ ject to lato spring frosts It is evident therefore that spruces and other over greens should bo planted sparingly in such places and that deciduous trees which do not come early into leaf should be chosen One of the most disastrous effects of winds in the orchard and especially in email fruit plantations is the sweep Â¬ ing of the surface of the ground caus-Â¬ ing excessive evaporation carrying oft the snow and thereby exposing the roots and crowns of tho plants to dan-Â¬ It stands at the head ot all good organs Those wbo desire to bare the best organ shoald acquaint them selres wlta the merits ot our Instruments Dont take oar word for what we sarbat see and test our Instrumento If no dealer sells our organs in youx locality write to the factory 3 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- - this train tuns through to Richmond rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sttn ay only Direct eonnmtioa ia mada slWi No 31 leaves Fataouth at 43 P- n v rives Covington 630 p m SuoVy amt Eastern title- onJr FAST 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