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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 35fe- - t ff M CBS5 n WILKES SMITH LlTB TO DrKTTISTRY WKfa SSL f Ayers Hair Vigor L9 i- WS iAliJ L T i J W NUMBER - VOLUME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KETUCKYj WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26 1888 28 PKOFESSIOXiXjCARBS DR A PR C Dress the Hair uni Â¬ versal toilet usa It keeps the hair soft and nil ken preserves its color prevent it from falling and it the hair lias become weak or thin promotes a new growth To restore the original color of my hair which had turned prematurely pray I used Ayers Hair Vigor with en tire success I cheerfully testify to the of this preparation Ben 1UE cleanK ns beneficial effects on theIte for and scalp lasting perfume commend it ICE Smith BwWng Mate Street hours 900 to lssoe j tea to jtmess tf P M wsi l W J C MORGAN ja7 OFFICE i D D S W Ma Mam Mreet over Madl- Viiiona Bank BiebmoiH Ky Efficacy Ia tr DR J rnvsiriAN G M POYNTZ and surgeon Seeowl street next to OFFICE jaue22lf i its Drug Store W EVANS M D frteeotrd rilVSICIAN Ob VIVE AND street SURGEON tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE IVafiitioners in MedieiBe sad Ssrgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seeowl etreetover Dykes juiieKt Wi r ry Sne I was afflicted some three rears with scalp disease My hair was falling out awl what retrained turned gray I was induced to try Ayers Hair Vigor and in a few weeks the diseaxe in jny scalp disappeared and my hair resumed its original color Rer S S Sims Pastor U II Church St Bernice Ind A few years ago I suffered the entire loss of my hair from the effect of tetter hoped that after a time nature would I repair the loss hut I waited in vain M aiy remedies were suggested none however with such proof of merit as Ayers Hair Vigor and I began to use it The result was all I could hai e desired A growth of hair soon came out all over my head and grew to be as soft and heavy as I ever had and of a natural color and firmly set J U Pratt Spoaord Texas Alexandria Mrs P H David m - CNG Tears ol natch lng have dimmed her eyes Ayers Hair Vigor rKEIAHKD BY over her tem ples like snowdrift lies Tae looks once shone with tae purpled dyes Of the rich ripo Rrapeln the tree She dwells la a cotiac e high oerlrowned By elifls that shadow the breakers white And Cbntmaj ever It eomes around Strtl Onds her waiting with holly crowned Repeating with voice ot tremulous sound It it Cbrisiraas era aad the time it past The waiting and weeping are orer at last r raj- rovers come home to night The bells will rnz V the hour they said Blow softly what windu may blow I have deeked with holly ray Robbies bed That ooz ly stands in t j room oerhead With Us linen as white as snow As while as the snow oa the window sill As white as the anow that is lying still On the sun white graves below Â¬ tbesa Aad That once were br ght as stars 1 Â¬ DR JOHN M FOSTER N Tu -- Dr J C Ayer Co Lowe Mass BM by Dnwirta sad 1arfoaten Graves oaly the weak and the old for graves We are streaic we have nothing to fearl Comes the graad good ship oer the dancing waves 1 MAIN STREET TJp Stairs xt Door to Lxom deuce at Cor Main awl Tales Creek tf IS CO TO VIA TUB A Tiue ui 22 DR ru Mift i PHIL ROBERTS professtosal serviees to the drug store on lower Main iliclinxHMi Ky jaly27 ly i flr rs Lis uffi p in TANA ManÂ¬ St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway A MAGNIFICENT tLT TRAIN DR U C AMBROSE KOKD uiice boura 2 to 4 t KY oclock in the af-- IMin j - e2tf WHITE HALL KY SEBlC T SEXSMIT1I M D PIliSlCIAN AND SURGEON W C The Montana Express WILL BE INAUGURATED UT poic his professional services to the auK l7 Jr NOVEMBER 10 1888 Rlagmt M C HKATK HEATH J F COKNKLISOK OORNELBON Practicing Physicians That brings to ray bosom my rover braves My Bale and my boy so dear My mate and my red cheeked Bobbie to night Agate in ray arms shall meet And their thick earls gleam like geld i the light Of the fire that sever will barn so bright As when they sit at my feet Hell be ten years old when the dock strikes three Oar Robbie hes growing old Last April it was that my mate and be Who says they will never come back to me Ah God bat the night grows 00W The night grows cold but theyll soon be here Was that a step at the gate Or only the wind the lilae near The wind that startles lnv soul with fear - The wind 1 worship aad hate I dreamed whea was it a dream so dread I saw myself silting ben Awaiting my loves and there came instead Some strajgers Imaging them into me dead Both dead oa a sasle bier With the drip drip drip ot the salt sea brine Drip drip from their locks of gold In their uotd Mae eyes there waa never a sign My dead mate Uaaping his boy and mine As dead as himself and coW A dream bat it frcse up the founts ot my Â¬ 1 ence forever since he could love a nameless shop girl better than his sister who could boast of blood descended from tbe veins of some of Englands heroes Sbe dropped the broom as suddenly as sho had raised it Very well she said you may keep the dog Midget burst into tears and caught Miss Hettys hand Oh auntie she sobbed Midget bad girl Midget promised papa to be good I am not angry child Go and play with tbe dog Miss Hetty said quietly The snow lay thick on the ground and the air was still heavy with it as sho looked out of the window after breakfast Sho could not hunt up the childs parents to day sbe thought but to morrow sho would sure- Â¬ ly go Where do your papa and mamma live she asked suddenly I dont know Midget replied Mamma dont live anywhere Some mon came and took her away a long time ago Papa cried I didnt she added with dignity that showed painfully how little she realized ber loss Papa dont live anywhere either now He brought me here an ho said if Midget was a good girl you would give her some Kissmus cause he couldnt ho was going to find mamma Will you A sharp pain tore at Miss Hettys heart Going to find mammal What did that mean With a start she remembered that to morrow was Christmas Day tho thought brought so many memories in its train I Will you Will I what She had forgotten all about tbe child and ber question Dive me my Kasjmus No no child Dont bother she said impatiently What was Christmas to her if James had indeed gone to mamma if because of her stubborn pride and wicked anger she could never again see his yellow curls and blue eyes that mocked her in the baby at ber knee Midget turned silently away This last blow was too great for her to bear Sho crept into tbe bed room and throwing her- self on the floor wept as though her heart were broken Come here child suddenly called Miss Hetty No answer Sbe roso sharply and went into the other room A rough shako brought the littio figuro to her feet What is the matter Papa papa she sobbed I want to go home The sharp iron in Miss Hettys soul made her cruel She raised her hand and let it fall upon the little tear stained cheek Will you be quiet she asked You shall stay in this room now till I come back Sbe went out shutting the door after ber Sbe must do her marketing and the child would be punished enough by the time sho 1 entered the room Then after light foot- Â¬ steps in an adjoining room there catered a girl As soon as I saw her I knew that I must have looked bkea fool What could you expect of a green young follow unused to the society of ladies I say what could you expect of such a young fellow upon be Â¬ holding a girl wboso face must have been a pleasant contemplation to tho creative god of beauty and with hair ah what hair Its silken threads flit across my face now and dim my vision Kit said the old man squinting at his leather to see if ho was cutting straight this hero is Zeb Brown what works for mo She dropped a graceful Courtesy she could not have dropped another kind and gave me a smile that seemed to have dropped down from the glorious brightness of her hair Kit said the old man Zeb will eat supper with us Sho aint got no mother ho added turning to me an haster tend tor every thing hersof Supper was soon announced How well I remember that meal and how awkward Â¬ ly did I acquit myself I turned ovor a pitcher of butter milk upset a molasses jug and dropped a plate of batter cakes in my lap Kit blushed and I knew that she was ashamed not of me but for me The old man burst out laughing Wy said he after he had with the violence of his outburst blown corn bread crumbs all over tho tabic you kon handle a pine log bet- Â¬ ter than you ken a pan cake Blind old man He knew not tho cause of my awkwardness After supper Old Bill sat down to grease his newly made home strings Kit and I naturally fell into conversation no not naturally for tho blood treacherous fluid kept mounting to my face and my great red hands kept getting in each others way But I managed to talk especially when the girls cordial air had placed me more at ease I have some books that 1 can lend you she said I have a few very old ones full of poetry and songs I had great work I know in protecting one of them It was at a time when leather had suddenly becomo scarce Fathers passion for hamc strings here sho gave tho old man a glance of mischief naturally drove him to my choice book bound in leather He wanted the binding for hame strings and I do believe that the book would havo been saorificed had I not succeeded in persuading him that tho binding was not strong enough for his purpose Wo had talked but a littio while longer when the old man got up put his can of Â¬ was Kit lying on abed Oh what a chasge knees at thebedside and tried to take her wasted hands but sbe wound ber arms about my neck My face lay upon tho glorious hair from which tbo smile when I first saw her had seemed to fall Angel I whispered Sbe pressed me closor Angel I whispered Closer she pressed me closer closer and then the pressure was gone the arms fell I dont know how long I knolt there but when I Uf tod my head tho sunlight of a glorious Christmas morning streamed through the window Just then a man en- Â¬ tered Look here he said opening th door I looked out and saw Old Bill hang ing from a tree Tho mill boys the man whispered Opie P Read I sank upon my liTME BENSON Hor Grain of Faith and Accomplished What It 8 b U Q AMMA cant we have a real Christ- Â¬ mas dinner and be like like other folks Lutie Benson drew her chair closer to her mothers knee and laid her curly head in her kip The gUH Christmas time and Littie bad been It II 1 Jj 1 The Clotliierp AT McKEES OLD STAND m next mornings sun wouia usher in tbe Cor First and Main Streets Richmond- - Ky Camii vllYj i PEGGY Tbo Story of a Wedding in tho Cabin on tho Hill OM wilderness Tom was dead killed at Man assas in 1S61 Below the house lay a fiekl of corn bounded by a beyond the creek creek was a beech forest where Tom used to shoot squirrels with his rifle Toms chil dren tilled the corn now and the squirrels went unsbot for powder and ball were too scarce in tbe Confederacy to be wasted on such game besides Toms family was too poor to buy any thing They lived and that was all On Christmas Eve 1S64 a brigade of blue coated men marched up the road to GOREES wife daughter and two bUleboys lived in a log house on a hilltop in a Southern Â¬ gi Â¬ possibility aboa this once folks of being ifce er its own Mammas heart was Dror bitterness ber cup was fui -- nd it needed bat this little tilt which Lutie had uncon Â¬ sciously given to start the overflow that I know to morrow went out hi ber reply is Christmas dear but Christmas dinners do not come to us any more so dont bother me about it Ragged shoes faded dresses and empty cupboards dont promise much for to morrow Lutie Poor Lutie she knew what mamma meant She went back to tbe window and looked out Now if She ceased crying with a sigh papa didnt dnnk so why how happy they would be But then God knows all about it anyway and Hedoesnt think any more of the rich than the poor God meant Ask and ye shall receive any thing good you wanted and sbe believed tntnJac seriously acr nns XaOTlEMNG OEHTS 7 FURHISHIHG GOODS TRUNKS VALISES Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men 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 it battle said tho I love ter look at soldiers daughter whose blue eyes fair skin and yellow hair made more than one trooper long to stop and tarry awhile Im orshamed uv you Peg ortalkia tbatorway spoke Pete the eldest boy a black eyed fellow with bristling hair and thin quivering lips Didnt the Yankees Mamma she said shortly lets ask God to send us a nice dinner to morrow I know He will if wed only ask I should be thinking all tbe time that it would not come if I should so theres no uee in my asking answered Mrs Season O havent you any faith mamma It doesnt need much said Lntte How machdoes it needduighteri asked mamma with a smile O not much a pieoe as big as a mustard seed would do answered Lutie eagerly remembering another text of Scripture returned The stores were full of toy3 and Christ- mas goods Miss Hetty could not keep the -- ily k SSW V Stero Itfifi Cars Urawfag Rmh Day Caaebes HMHtaome KENTUCKY RICHMOND otter their pfofooutoaal services to the Jjaiily public M PREK CtraMBt Sleepers WITH K1TCHKN AND LAVATORY O warm with their Mutes Ill grow The hells are ringing no bo they toll Yes yes I remember blow wind ocean roll There Is naught but a mound la the snow Long years ot watching have dimmed her eyes souL DR GILES HARRIS SPEEDWELL KY THE ONLY LINE TO The That oncowere bright as stars i the sea And ever her temples like snowdrift lies The leks ones shone with the purple dyes Of the rich ripe grape in the tree CnAHLEs edoene Danes kill pap But tbo girl had gone into the bouse and his response was unheeded Before many hours had passed the loud crack of howitzers shook tbe rotten boards of the cabin roof and the popping of rifles and muskets like fire in a dry cane brake told a battle in the distance When even- Â¬ ing came men rushed hurriedly past those who went by in the morning were defeated Many wounded dropped in tbe road to die others pushed on A young officer on horse- Â¬ back with the shattered fragments of an arm dangling by his side and showering blood around him rode swiftly down tbe slope across the creek and dismounting lay down under a beech tree fifty yards from tbe highway Here the surgeons opened their cases and soon had plenty of work to do Well doctor they whipped us said tbo Colonel when his arm had been taken off Yes but theyve stopped the pursuit Theyre almost as willing to quit as wo jffTiiif SHACKELFOR 0 MAMMA T CO J GOD HAS SE5T 73 A NICE SINKER were 1 jsssS Tkrt Greet Cities ef Hantaan Oflers lite profesiotial serviees to the public juiHtr MIDGET A Story Illustrating tho Powor Of Weakness 1SS HETTY cleared the kitchen of the last traces of her SUE COZPT TO THE DOOK DR S M GREAT FALLS LETCHER HELENA and BUTTE For mape and iiiformatiou apply to 3our hotae ticket agent to suy agent of the eompany tr S I WHITNEY Getil Paw A Tkt Agt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office ou First Street jaitly WALL FOLKS ITS BED TIME grease on a shelf washed his hands in a pan in which he had soaked tho leather and remarked Wall folks its bed time Kit weve got ter bussle out early in the mawnini Zeb weve got a good deal 0 sawin to do H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE SeeoiMl street next door to WluteV Diug Store Special attealioH given to Mieroseop- icai Kud ftteMiieal examiitntHMis of tishUt H and fluids of be human hotly 22juuetf lew DR Hemeepathic C S HOLTON and Surgeon Physician Richmokd Kentucky Office Main Street ever D M B rights Oilice hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to 4 IMJ P M women and all difficult chronic cases Special atteatkM givea to diaeaMC of Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad may 16 1 y- driNs DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 50 Surgery RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Ofl rs hi profebstonal services to Iu lie Office at Powells store 12-- the PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND ICY FH ial attention given to abstraoting tiien to land in Eastern Kentueky OfTu e in CrJMAX liWiig S E up Hier Main mim SeoiHMl Streets June 23 tf fcaus Attorney at aaw J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F nani on First Street June 22 tt Attorney at Eaaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE oa Fin street same as Inrmerjy occupied by County Judge oet6Jy Miller C S Attorney at saw KY Office POWELL RICHMOND on Second Street June 22 tf InMadWoti CUiitiesand in tb Court of Aptealx filet in MAter CominisJloners offi over dretrtt Clerks otlce June 22 tf Attorney at mSeaw Vul praetic adjoining W rftce -- A J REED S MOBERLEY Attorney at Lsaw up ii RICHMOND KY corner Main aud First streets tv r Rainsevs l- - Contractor unci Builder --- t of Tpired with an experienced ii to 1o all kindu of hooae building j cainrg Give him a call rrz j is up the hearth and drew Iter chair into the circle of lamp- Â¬ light This had been SO- St Paul Miun her evenings pro-gramme with scarcely a variation lor the last ten years She knew theesact number of dextrous flips from tbe tor beys win jj necessary to reduce the hearth to speckless order thought lay on the floor ono littio hand Midget and could calculate almost tbe number of steps she must take between the sink and under her cheek the lips open breathing Midget The child did not kitchen pantry To night she glanced at heavily lifted her and or move tbe clock as she seated herself in the waitÂ¬ wakemoaned andMiss Hetty hoarsoly Sho muttered ing chair and noticed that she had been fivo sbe sank for a moment pale and trembling longer Desires to Announce that he has minutes getting than usual thought grimly on a chair It was too evident what was old sho Im and the opened new Well why shouldnt I be getting old 1 Its the matterconfirmed doctor who camo a little her fears At this moment tberc later only ten years since She may live till morning was all be was a long drawn bowl from tbe wood Â¬ said shed long Ob Hes a Everythe struggle ofanthat longAt lastnight Drat the dog i she excluimed hour Miss minute was pesky nuisance Protection indeed Ill Hetty crept into tbo deserted kitchen and A more pro-Â¬ crouched over tbe dying embers of the fire send him away to morrow longed howl brought Miss Hetty to her All her pride was gone nothing but love AN- Dfeet She seired the broom and opened the and a great longing for forgiveness re- Â¬ wood shed door There were several mained sounding thumps a yelp or two and then she cried what James James Hiss Hetty flushed with victory replaced shall I tell him and took up her work the broom an door open She had not taking up nor icy wind blewheard the her cheek until a Yes Im getting old across AT and thought with her knitting where she had hoarse voice cried Hetty whero is my left oft Tea years more and in spite of child my baby my money wholl there be to take care of 1ST With a cry she was in his arms and there There was a rap ine when Im sick or tbe wholo miserable story was sobbed out at the door It was suoh a wee timid littio to loving ears and forgiveness asked and rap thatit is a wonder Hiss Hetty heard it received by both at all Five minutes before sho could not Midget darling its papa She got up and opened the door with a jerk you we the If ever are you doctor she knows Amklstacan saro hersilenco laud sake child what breathless had said And no stockings as 1 11 vol doingtbere shcopened her eyes at the sound of the Tbe little lip quivered and the choked voice loved voice and murmuring Papa sho Yousmy AuntEtty Papa said fell smilingly asleep with his hand fast sobbed so clasped in hers And so after all it was to 20- Miss Hetty drew ber into the room and Miss Hetty a glad and thankful Christmas whats your shut the door with a shiver Katc A Brad let sbe asked tho trembling littio fig- Â¬ name ure before her fcjSjf jB Za gCyS jrJfcfrf t S Zn 3JB 3 I rSsyfa THE MILL BOYS Its Hidget GSRfS WUfflt AIL USE IMS Whats your papas name Best Coogfa Syrup Taste good Use Miss Hetty was in know I I An Interesting Autobiography by ya5filtBj6Kl8sirffoTJrWBS despair dont What is your mothers name Ono of Them child she asked at last Midget brigbt i sbe said Papa called her Oara oned believe Pisos Cure I There ooald be no doubt about it than AM going to tell abit for Consumption saved Hiss Hetty sat down in ber chair such a my life A II Doweia of my own experi Â¬ fierce conflict of emotions raging within her Editor Enquirer Eden encean experience that she could not speak coald scarcely ton N C April 23 1887 that I am not likely think What was to be done with her to forget My namo Midget had Does you love mypapai has not a singlo vine drawn near and now laid a little hand im Â¬ or leaf of romance pulsively on Miss Heuys knee She struck flinging about its was almost a it oS with a sharp breath that sound in short my cry The childs lip trembled but tho tears namo is Zeb Brown eyes did not fall Sho drew that filled her I was brought up in step and folded her hands in a back a tho country withont patient uuchildliko way that tokl of ageing the advantages of ed- Â¬ sorrows borne even by ber young shoulders ucation but by tbe It was late that night when Miss HettyÂ¬ Cough Medi Â¬ The best light ot a brush fire laid her weary head on her pillow The litCube for cine is Pisos I contrived to read a CojfSTTJtrnoN Children tle one murmured in her sleep and crept few old books and into Miss Hettys arms but she laid her take it without objection permit me to say that sternly back and tossed and turned until By all druggists 25c a closo acquaintance daylight with a few masterful into a deep sleep from Then she fell books is often better which she was awakened by a httle cooing than a more preten- Â¬ rAILS OIS WHHfl- til hLSt good TJ30 laugh from the kitchen accompanied by tious education BestOooeb Srrap Tastes various snortings that ended in a big in time boia DrorngHia A short timo after I had attained my ma-Â¬ sneeze Sbe crept to the door Midget bad jority which indeed was all I did attain I mwgsisMBMmBiM dressed herself and hearing Hollos wentover into a distant neighborhood andbe-scratch at tho door had opened it softly gan work at a saw milL Tho owner ot the mill mar7 ly and to her delight let in a big black New Â¬ Old Bill Plunkett was a brusque old fel Â¬ foundland dog who rubbed bis cold noso low and so faros books were concerned Â¬ against ber chubby band and capered clum- was about as ignorant a man as I had ever sily around ber with joy though as silent Â¬ seen except possibly my father who after ly as if he understood tbe warning finger tbe cxtrcmest effort could not havo spelled held up to him dog setenUflc Now he lay in the middle of tbe floor Is tte idlest and most popular bai ttaa tarsatt Old Bill seemed to respect me not bo mectADiwl PPer publhl nl Wtb beside htm warming one lit- Â¬ cause could read and write and cipher a white sbe sat o its claw I PPer clM cf Wood cold band in his shaggy hair and tickling littio upon a pinch but because I was a Best tle 5 rollr Ulawrated ireeklT Snd tor pstmea Si 1 ubHsbea bis nose with a wisp of the broom held in very strong and active young follow and tbe other They bad both forgotten Miss consequenUy very bandy in rolling logs Hetty One day alter I had lifted tbo end of a BUIIDER Oh auntie Midget saw her first my log which had been declared to be boyond See I found him sbe cried SoiDntific American W Edition of the strength of any man in tho party Old doggier A great sbocwu Beb ime conUUns colored go homo and toko supper Miss Hetty stepped to the corner and Bill invited me to llthornBhle ttateiof country sad citTTertden- was a took tbe broom Boilo crouched for the with him This great surprise for bo had ftifYi and peoxfleationa for the ate of so a preference to any Si blew be know would come But Midget never shown boys holding himself as be ilLNN CO nmiimiw ct a oupj- threw ber arms around bis seek and turned of the otherabove them I went He lived did greatly g mar be recar ber blazing eyes upon Miss Hetty mill two a KN ed T apir Youshant You shantl she cried about housemiles from thosuppose not inthe to r Fi n tfe 1 Insrv Mm from as you would frame Bad twdountie r hiv Kail nrer that he owned a saw mill but in an old Her yellow curls were tumbled about ber fact daubed with clay and not well Mw Si PrteS bead her chocks were flushed and ber blue log house much to say as Corres IKSfSSliiindbSS eyes were black with excitement She was daubed either He hadnt and just as soon walked along the pondence KrtctJf ooaadaatteL truly Miss a very Medea in nor anger andHow many we we bad entered thoroad instead of exÂ¬ house as TRADE MARKS Hetty Geomed turned to stone tending to me tbe courtesy of conversation time had James looked like that when she bo fell to cutting bame strings from a piece bad laughed at his childish anger bow which bo took down from tbo well sbe remembered tbe last tme she had of leather C0PVRIOUTS forAddreM cloOK shelf etc HHotlr proowwl seen that look oa hl faoo when she bad Borne time elapsed before any ono else CO Pnirnt Solicltora MPSK bade bun her only brother leave ber pres Pesxkai Or rut hi BnoAirwAy Â¬ early tea brushed Haiflw are Store How Midget thought from ber mind would like this or that Finally she stopped before a toy laden window I will go in she said at last Midget could not know what a victory she had gained An hour later Miss Hetty entered the bouse and after disposing of the bundles with which her arms were laden stepped to the closed door and opened it A smile was on her face that had not known a smile for years and her awakened heart sent tho blood pulsing to the ends of her fingers I am glad I did not disappoint ber sho tomorrer I knew what this meant and immediately took my departure The night was beau- Â¬ tifulat least it must have been I dont see bow there could at that time have been any other than a beautiful night The weather was cold and I dont know but a sleet was falling yet above it all arises tbe fact that to me the night was beautiful I do not think that I was so handy at my work the next day for once Old Bill cried Look sharp thar Zeb whut air you out How am I doctor Not so bad as I first thought If thero was a human habitation near I would take you to it but I behove man was never in these parts before we came Whats that spoke the Colonel look- Â¬ ing over the doctors shoulder Whejrel asked tbe doctor almost fear Â¬ ing his patients mind was wandering A woman if Im alive an angel if Pm dead said the Colonel answering his own question It was Peggy If yer please sir I live upon the hill an come down tor see if I coukl be uv any Mfi I CLAUDE SMITH Hardware Stove TINWAEE HOUSE Second St No 26 Armers old stand SIlfNif -- mm J - 55 Colonel Brey Miss said tho doctor man has lost an arm and needs shelter and nursing It you could take bim to your bouse Fetch im orlong she replied The bed was mean but it was clean PegÂ¬ gys bands wero hardened by toil but to the Colonel their touch was soft as volvet said the elder brother Waal Peg youve fotch us cr fine Chrismas gif Hush up Pete said the mother you know Peg alters wuz er strange pusson Ef takin keer uv or sick man makes me strange then I reckn I am the girl quiet Â¬ ly replied Yes but or Yankee Hes er human boin cf ho is or Yan- Â¬ kee an them ez dont like what Ivo dono kin let it alone I may bo er fool Pete but Ive got some foelin The Colonel thrived Pitying eyes and gentle hands are wonderful holps at heal ing wounds if they do sometimes strike a fatal blow olsewhero Peg andthe Colonel sat beneath the tree where they first saw each other ten weeks before A spring like breeze was blowing On the tree top a mocking bird was singing a medley in tones so low they seemed to come from the sky Miss Peggy how can I thank you for your goodness to me By not thankin mo at all He was silent This untutored girl bad mother wit if she did know little of books He had discovered this before and bad often been cut off by her in this same way In truth he found himself in love with ber and was constantly driven from a declara Â¬ tion by her curt answers Will you listen to meP he began n Of courso I will What a funny ques Â¬ tion I lovo you What for Because you are beautiful and good and pure But you are rich an Im poor and never saw nothin o tho world furthcrn tho topo that there hill it KXT WAXTS TO SEE TOU 1 dont caro for that If youll promise to be my wife Ill come back when this war wife I had held her in my arms Old BUI ends and marry you suspected nothing at least he said nothing When tho Colonel left Peggy did not but Iknefrthatin his ignorance ho would away on tho not consent to our marriage One day when see him ride ho had Sho was sitting looking long lain bed whore I met Kit in tho woods I found her much through her tears at a goldso that shono ring excited on ber finger What is the matter angel I asked Next Christmas brought peace tho Oh something awful has happened Colonel and a wedding in the log cabin on she replied Father found the last letter the hill The cabin is there still buton tbe you sent to me and got some one to read it opposite bill is a largo- - farm house tho to him He didnt say any thing but a property of Peggy and the CokrnoL They terrible light shone in bis eyes live there prosporous and happy with more Dont bo afraid httlo girl I said He children than you can count at a glance likes me I think and when he sees that wot The old Goree estate 0103 been onlarged are determined he will give in There now and includes all tho land around for two dont bo afraid miles Tho cabin stands in the center a I went to the mill as usual tho next day consocrated house which no money could man bad not arrived I did not induce them to havo razed The old Plltake it all dread his coming Love had mado me brave back Peg said Pete last Christmas when He came after awhile Ho walked straight they wore talking over old times after hav Â¬ up to me ing dined in honor of the day and tbo wed-Â¬ Good morning I said ding of Peggys eldest daughter Pm not Great God he shot me ershamed uv you an you never wuz er Weeks passed before I knew any thing fooL Chaiues S Blacebubs j m I lay in a littio cabin where I boarded Win Remember that a Christmas gift gains ter came and I grew able to walk about nothing in significance by being costly and the room I had heard that Kit was a close ly confined prisoner One night the night that to seek to outdo others in pecuniary before unrisunas tnero came a violent outlay simply becauso you have the means knock at my door I opened the door and is vulgar staggered backt It was Old Bili Ar my son said the minister Tm Kit wants to see you ho said I glad to see yon in the Yea sir brought the wagon Come Is this your first Sunday Oh guess I kin How do you like it I went with him Neither of us spoke When we reached the bouso I could hardly stand it until after the Christmas tree Tvi DiU mounl the door step I went in There Â¬ studyin about Blind old man Ho did not know I waited and waited for the old man to ask me to his house again but he did not Any plow boy in the neighborhood was welcome there but as I previously remarked Old Bill with quite an un American spirit I must say held himself greatly above the boys who worked for him One day the old man with great flurry declared that he had left his pipe at home Iwill go and bring it lor you I ox claimed and without waiting to hear any reply either of remonstrance or agreement I leaped over tho low rail fence that sur- Â¬ rounded the mill yard and set out at a brisk walk along tbe road that wound among tho great trees Was there evor so long a dis- Â¬ tance At last I saw the house Kit opened the door for me She blushed I wondered Why a young girl should blush upon seeing so strapping and awkward a fellow I told her of my mission and then we both began to talk of the books wo both loved so well Ah What is sweeter and what can bo purer than the uneducated backwoodsmans lovo of books I suddenly thought of tho long time I was staying and sprang to my feet As I hurried along tho road a sweet remembrance camo to me It was that Kit and I should meet tho next Sunday at a place which we had appointed When I arrived at tho mill the old man pretty angry ho was too demanded tho reason why I had staid so long I camo upon a man whoso wagon bod broken down in the road I replied and helped him to mend it What a lie yes what a pardonable lie Tho cold frown ot whiter was softened into tho tv arm smilo of spring Kit and I bad often met She bad promised to be mr Â¬ AtrArti MISS SAID THE DOCTOR help self possessed She was very pale but calm and - fill Wiii U MCmm iW V I It wont be half as hard to get us a dinner as to move a mountain mamma Well it would do no good for mi to ask at any rate said Mrs Bonson discour agingly It wont do any harm I know said Lutie with an emphatic nod of her curly bead fO Im going to ask right away Weve put it off so long now that God is most ashamed of us Kneeling beside ber mothers hsee sfee O Lord please send us A said earnestly Christmas dinner mamma would ask but sbe hasnt any faith Then Lutie went out to where brother Johnnie was trying to make a snow man Were going to have a nice dinner Johnnie sbe said gleefully exclaimed tbe astonished Are we Johnnie dropping tbe broken shovel and opening his eyes very wide who said sot Oh I asked God a minute ago and Hell sead it Ikuow answered Lutie Of course said Johnnie brushing the snow off his knickerbockers and looking very mjch pleased Mrs Cntchfield their next door neighbor beard every word tbe little Bensons said Sbe noticed too tbe glad look of hopeful trust on each pinched face Ill do it she said to herself later those hens havent laid eggs enough to half pay for their keeping and the laiy things cant do abetter work than to furnish a Christmas dinner for those children Why Id rather lose the whole flock than to have the simple trusting faith of Lutie shaken and Mrs Critcbfield put ber hand on a glass of currant jeily mentally count- Â¬ ing it in for the Christmas next door After dusk when the streets illumed for busy lovers of tbe holy eve when Joe Benson had gone down to the corner grocery and while his wife sat gloomily with her mending Mrs Cntcbfleld crept slyly over tbe division fence with a well tilted basket Putting it down on the door stone carefully she rapped on the door and withdrew ejacu- Â¬ O my whos coming to see lated Lutie as mamma opened the door There in a great basket reposed the lazy Biddie flanked by an array of pastry deÂ¬ lightful to see Lutie rubbed her eyes a moment then O mam- Â¬ dapping her hands exclaimed ma God Aa sent us the nicest blessedest She stooped to exam Â¬ dinner I over saw ine a scrap of paper fastened to the basket As sure as every thing mamma heres a letter from God Mrs Benson took up the mysterious Christmas gift and took it over to the littio deal table while Johnnie clung to her skirts Then she began deciphering tho cramped ehirography of ber neighbor shouted Lutie lifting the O mamma plump fowl and spying a can of rich cream I think my faith must have been as big as turn mustard seeds dont you But what does God say in His letter nothing she was thinkÂ¬ Mrs Benson said ing of ber example of the day and wonder Â¬ ing who could have remembered drunken Joes family Spreading out the paper on Heres ber dabghters palm sbe read your Christmas dinner Lutie Benson that you asked God for eat it and be thankful God beard us said tbe little girl rever-Â¬ ently But Johnnie was watching the tears Mamma isnt glad on his mothers face after all God has be said sorrowfully done responded his sister O yes she is but shes sorry now sbe didnt do tho asking I guess said Johnnie much enlightened Oh and reheved That night Lutie whispered ctose down to ber pillow I thank thee dear God just as hard as over I can for answering my prayer The next day Mrs Critchfiekl watched the happy faces of tho little Bensons at dinner from her window and said seftly to herself K IOECMOKriD BLEXTTTCBLT The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Â¬ at a- - IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN t IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a urge stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of ail kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other Kdcs that w Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac for Tobacco handle Barns We are tbe agents for the moat celebrated i Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trsrr rhiimy Homes Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask aU to mil aad see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store bowse Titer wM find THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only pluj tbe Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic hinuiH wQl most competent workmen all work done in Hat line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ give special attention to C as he has done in the past PAIRING Our lone experience in our business enables us to be well up m it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price Dont forget that you can always fad the and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and tbe best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- -- mch2i tf D P ts3 LsssSr vV iiim-- - Js the place to go if you want anything m AMElt THE MAIN STREET JEWELER ay amm J H 1 I i - mmmfSmmOir ammmmmmmmHEy SrSM Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Beaded Cases Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives if Domestic Sewing Machines AND ALL KINDS OP SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES ALL KINDS OF SST Fixe Watch Woke DONE ON SHORT NOTICE I have Sir J E Woiverton of Cincinnati a Srst elaes workman to attend to the wateh repairing department VvfiLTEaBsnBW M vFeatml SseG KvMrs faes It is more blessed to give than to receive JlAND A L CeOCKER- - BRING m YOUR SPICE OF THE SEASON The Christmas time comes on acace and charity begins to hum The prettiest thing in a stocking ChristÂ¬ mas morning is a pretty girls foot Who Kris Cringle eomes down tho chimney it soots Kris and tbe children as weiL Old Gold and SILVER and get new goads for it or the TV t- fs0 qm hrofua - JtB I Sunday-school-atla- st Santa Class is said to be of German ori Â¬ gin fib favorite oatb wo presume is By Chimney The pawnbroker knows that Christmas is coming and so does tho young man and so does the girL A rACBTiouB dtvino got so many Christ Â¬ mas slippers that he said Do ladies think me a centipede A Christmas belle Tbe girl with tho ring in her voice who will always chime in when any thing is tolled Wrm many people Christmas presents will only como through tbe imagination which wiil enable tnam to exhibit great pres- Â¬ ents of mind There is nothing the matter with tho small boy who presents his mother with a pair of folt slippers for Christmas He Is just a smart boy that is aU The custom of having a rousing big Christ Â¬ mas dinner is not only aa ancient one but it is tbe most universal of any custom known to the ctvuised world l asssnnar JMassT m a2 T AtMaas J H re4 letter to7p O L i 3 - ST2 TaW JPM g Mouldings lltttlOXAL tflfttfcJcbest Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair majs tf AJ5 1889 Rongli aad Stressed Lumber Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky HP De Ho L X1TE3S err5-- A TTFSflST THE CLIMAX riELISHSB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Pbinting Co Wm G WHITE Emtrs 150 26 iSSS If rniCE PBR YEAR EDXESDAY DECEMBER I A -- House bill introduced im pose a severe penalty for bribery iu Presidential elections Henry M Stanley the African exorer is aot dead and will continue his explorations Â¬ If und thirty lives were lost turel on theIiseissippijSunday The steamer Kate Adams was Hon S F Sewell a classmate ff Caleb Cushing and George Bancroft and one of John Browns J iwyets died in Boston on Friday ged 90 years Charles K Kincaid the Wash ington Correspondent lor the Louisville Times is in such bad health that Ite has been taken to the Garfiehl Hospital Â¬ Many regrets are expressed on all sides over the calamity that befell editor Walton of the Stan ford Journal He fell on the pavement and broke his thigh or hip and is in a critical condition Â¬ Judge Lilly having had Boldiers the K O Tor the killing of her hus- Â¬ the recent meeting held there by Rev in Perry county was in Frankfort band Conductor McMicheal by the Fred Hale begging Gov Buckner for soldiers explosion of a car load of powder sev Wm H Stewart Louisville desires to accompany him through the re eral years ago Winchester Demo the address of the Superintendent of mainder of his district and added crat every colored Baptist Sunday school in tnat if he was so afraid to sro The following Irlo from Bath county the State among the people who had electwere married in The council of Hackensack New ed him to office he had better eloped Sunday andAtchlnson aged 30 Aberdeen W T Jersey sued the churches of that town resign as there are others in the to Miss Ollie Hendricks aged 15 J for taxes and the court decided iu favor district who are not afraid CitiS Vice 17 to Nannie Stewart 22 of the council zen of Estill avows that Judce Jas W Crain29 to Adda Colliver 18 Hev H C Morris has commenced Lilly is not afraid and asked for Only one couple intended marrying the troops to protect the juries but as they got an excursion rate of 4 the publication of a paper called The and witnesses The in the per couple Instead of So from Squire Old Methodist at Frankfort in con- Â¬ Courier Journal is therefore dis- Beasley they all availed themselves of nection with his pastoral duties posed of and the single question the opportunity Bourbon News Incidentally Mr Barnes said that of the propriety of troops to assist when he lectured in Atlanta a short Mr Will G McKinney who stuck time ago he could get no Christian in iiouung court remamsunless the point be made by somewhat of a to Ids post at Decatur Ala during the church but the Jewish temple was stretch that the words remainder yellow fever plague arrived Tuesday thrown open to him Courier Journal of the district might suggest as to spend Christmas with his parents Missouri Southern Methodist church- Â¬ He tells us that the fever has entirely sassins bushwhackers kukliix and left that stricken city and that those es are eujoyiug a season of revivals similar red handed individuals in who fled have returned and the place At the Fayette church 72 added and Estill county and the upper vicin looks something like its former self meeting closed at Boonville 30 ad ity where no really ferocious per- There were 156 cases and 56 deaths ditions at Columbia 72 addition aud son livesexcept the correspondent the most destructive to the number of meetiug continues of the Register cases iu the South Stanford Journal January 1st Eld J S Sweeney will We are opposed to holding enter upon his 20th year as pastor of The Chattanooga Tradesman shows court at the point of the bayonet in the total assessment of property real- the Paris church At the election reIt does not look like Eepublican ty personalty railroads etc which was by ballot lie in the October form of Government A judge ceived every vote cast by hia large con Irom the town of Irvine presided Southern States for ISSS to be S35S1 exception of one 740045 The Increase of taxable wealth gregation with the in that same circuit and never had during and that one was for his brother Zacb years is the past a soldier in his courts never had in Florida beingeight per cent greatest Paris Kentuckian 211 a court broken up by desperadoes comes next with 107 per cent Texas Rev R B Mahony formerly pastor and and never had a court officer Kentucky third with 50 per cent The of the Baptist church here writes that killed in the discharge of du- population of the States has increased although he was much Improved by ty It is the province of the nearly 5500000 since the census of his NewTTrleans trip he wa3 forced Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this week of different parties one huu- Â¬ dred 160 lb hoes nt4J which they will slop at Tyrone The wheat in this couuty Is in better condition just now than It has been at this season for years past and gives promlje of a great yield next season Cogar Vorls have bought In this and Mercer couulies over 2000000 pounds of hemp at about 41 cents They shipped It to Cincinnati and the East Danville Advocate The Western Turf Congres concluded lis session In Cincinnati last Thursday A schedule was arranged which will prevent a conflict of dates between the different Associations with their spring meetings The schedule rends as fol Lexington Mav 1st to 8th lows Louisville May 9th to 18th Latonia May20toJuue 21st St Louis Juue 1st to 15th Kansas City June 17 to 23d Chicago June 22d to July 20lh St Paul July 23d to 31st The genera scale of weights for all ages was raised four pounds with the usual allowance for mares but none for geldings One of the most important changes made in the rules was the one regulatiug selling races The new rule reads In all selling races the winner shall be sold by secret sealed bids po be deposited in a place designated by the Associa Â¬ tion within fifteen minutes after the close of the race The sealed bids are only to be opened by the presiding judge aud the surplus is to be divided between the second horse and the As Â¬ sociation Â¬ The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing B ver Shown in 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 - jLu sin 1 lull UGHT THEM -- I Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces Ail the Latent Styles m Suite Overcoats A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATB9 CAPS IK ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES o sheriff to summon witnesses see that they attend court preserve order and perform other similar duties If lawless men resist let him summon a strong posse and try the virtue of gun powder as Sheriff Hogg did in Rowan county when he cleared up the Tol liver gang Several doses of soldiers had been administered to Eowan county but the desired result was not obtained until the Sheriff took the matter in hand Soldiers are desirable fellows in their proper place but they are not built for holding court Â¬ 1SS0 The libel suit of one B Vance against the Courier Journal for 80000 ended in a hung jury after a four days trial Nine of the jury were for acquittal and three were for one cent and costs Mr B Vance will have to advance materially before he downs the Courier Journal in a libel suit Â¬ Thomas C Thurston the Kansas City lawyer who was con NEWS PARAGRAPHS victed eight jears ago of assault Miss Mary P Han is aged 17 died with intent to kill Col K D An thony the noted brother of Susan In Jessamine couuty has been pardoned out of the Mat Byron who lived near Owlngs penitentiary by the Governor of vllle aced 50 and uumarried fell dead Kansas It is not believed that Mr John N Cromwell and Miss Eva D enjoyed Â¬ Â¬ It kev his Christmas tur Berry were married iu Bourbon coun ty James Walker a resident of the has been erected in Chicago to Cold Springs vicinity was drowned in mark the grave of ex Mayor Licking River Long John Wentworth who Miss Bailie C died in October It is the largest Woodward were West andiuMr Alonzo married Jessamine cat stone in America except the county last Wednesday Egyptian obelisk in New York The Windy City should have Mr J FDunn and Miss Lucy West made the rock a little larger than were married at the Fork church in New Yorks big darning needle Uarrard county on last Thursday A seventy ton granite monolith Large pensions to the widows of deceased officers of high rank continue to be allowed by Congress The House Committee has reported iavorably the bill to allow Mrs Gen Sheridan 3500 a year In reporting the bill the committee said There has been decided opposition in this committee to Uee unusually large pensions to widows but this report is made favorable in tliis case upon the ground that Congress cannot well refuse such action after giving large pensions to others who are Â¬ Â¬ Maj John B Durham of Nicholas county and Miss Ellen Lane of Mt Sterling were married on the 10th Miss Katie Ed el en and Mr R God dard Miss Sallie Shelton and Mr C E Fuen St Louis were married in Boyle county last week The murderer of Jesse HoodatHar rodsburc remains a mystery Tom and John Freeman having been acquitted after a two days examining trial less meritorious Several negro boys were arrested Saturday for jumpiugon moving trains and on Monday morniug they were fined five dollars and costs in the police court Winchester Democrat A GOOD MAX UOXE Elder Isaac Errett The Christian Standard his home in Cincinnati Wedneedajr at an advanced age Elder Errett was perhaps the strongest and best known man in the Christian church and his pa per The Standard the most influ ential journal in that denomina tion Being in poor health his friends and admirers presented him with a purse sufficient to carry him on a tour of the Old Country including Palestine The finding of a successor equal in ability and popularity will be a difieuit task Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Queen City Boot and Shoe Company engaged in manufacturing editor of in the Kentucky penitentiary has died at assigued The company owe Mason on last Ford Co S5000 There are more than 60 Arms in this country making chewing gum and it is estimated that 510000000 worth of the article will be sold this year It is shipped to all parts of the world The stone house on Seminary Ridge occupied by Gen Robert E Lee during the battle of Gettysburg has been sold by Edward McPherson surviving exÂ¬ ecutor of Thaddeus Stevens of Gettysburg for 740 toa citizen AIDA LIKE A number of exchanges mentioned tlte name of Senator Cassias M Clay Jr of Bourbon J county in connection with the race lor Governor The J coming name of Senator John D Harris of Madison county is bobbing up conspicuously in the same connection It occurs to us that a certain well known lady now dear to both counties will presently oocupy a position similar to that of the heroine in the great opera of Aida This heroine was in love with the General of the Egyptian army and at the same time was the daughter of the King of Ethi Â¬ opia A war broke out between Ethiopia and Egypt and the heroine could not decide for the life of her which she desired to tri- Â¬ umph the General or the King We suggest to the exchanges favoring Senator Clay that he probably does not want the earth Â¬ Â¬ Friday near a small town called Santa Fe on the Falmouth and Mt Olivet pike Will Jett killed himself by a pistol shot upon the porch of his res- Â¬ idence but whether accidentally or have intentionally is not known Gen Jacob D Cox has resigned as Chancellor of the Cincinnati Universi- Â¬ ty ills reason for this action being the belief that the money paid him as a salary can be better expended for ap- Â¬ paratus or a library CONSIDER THE LILLYS This is a scriptural injunction which we do now proceed to obey The Eegisler in its last issue announced that it had nothing to do with any article it copies and upon that basis we could say that we have nothing to do with the editorial copied into The Climax from the Courier Journal concerning Judge Lilly of the Estill Cir Â¬ cuit Court and his requisition on Gov Buckner for State troops But we take occasion to say that the communication in the last issue of the Eegister signed A Citizen of Estill county exhibits a quantity of bad grammarequally poor logic and worse judgment The poor judgment consists first in writing to the Eegister instead of the Courier Journal with a request that The Climax copy and second in abusing both papers and then stating that they have been misled by correspondents Why didnt this amateur con tributor take the correspondents as a text and lavish his feeble efforts upon them But the Courier Journal the Registers editorial to the contrary notwithstanding was not misled by correspondents or anybody else That paper stated that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The jury in the case of Mr Frank Clay against the Kentucky Midland Railroad awarded 1050 for the right criminal lawyer named Star of way through and damages The key who lives in Chicago came to his Commissioners oQered 1001 to com rescue The attorney made frequent promise without suit The road bed trips to this city mixed freely with the will take up a email fraction over four porting element and made many acres Bourbon News friends among those of that class One night Starkey left this city to visit Yesterday afternoon about 2 oclock He was considerably un Wm Botner was shot and instantly Henderson der the influence of liquor at the time killed In Proctor by Daniel P Wade Mr Wade is Constable of the Proctor and on arriving at Junction City fell in witlrseveral parties who were dis precinct and as such we are informed was attempting to arrest the deceased cussing the bunko steerer Starkey who it is said resisted and was trying commenced to defend Henderson vigÂ¬ to draw a pistol Beattyville Enter- Â¬ orously and letting his enthusiasm get the better of his discretion he displayed prise a large roll of bills containing several At KIcholasyille a new banking thousand dollars which he said he house was organized Saturday The would spend to keep his frieud out of leading stockholders are Ex Senator the penitentiary The circumstance E R Sparks Andrew Brown former- Â¬ was reported to the officers who grew ly of the banking firm of Noland Wil suspicious and placed Starkey under more Co Frank P Taylor furniture surveillance A telegram to the Chief man and W R Smith present teller of Police of Chicago brought forth the of Xoland Wilmore Co Capital response that he was a fine criminal lawyer but a friend and associate of stock 5200000 thieves Upon learning Judge Lawrence of the Supreme being watched Starkey that he was left this city Court of New Xork returned a decision and returned to his home Since then sustaining the will of Mr Samuel J nothing has been heard from him here Tilden so far as it provides for the es until a few days ago when it was an- Â¬ tablishment of a reading room and li- nounced that be had fled to Canada to brary iu New York City The amount escape a criminal prosecution He was involved in this section of the will is the Attorney for the South Chicago about 4000000 The case will be ap Street Railway Company and was pealed charged with many offenses among Our Louisville letter claims that iron them being that of attempting to bribe can be made la parts of Kentucky at jurors Danville Advocate less than 8 a ton and this claim has been made before by those who have RELIGIOUS investigated the matter If Kentucky can make good iron at that figure aud The Paris Christian church claims a the question must be soon tested for praatical men are preparing to enter membership of 1000 U16 upon large iron developments The protracted meeting at the Chris Â¬ lutore of the State as a center of iron tian church In Paris resulted In 122 Interests is well assured Manufactur Â¬ additions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The infant child of Perry Begley who lives ou Sturgeon in this county wan burned to death one day last week Its mother went out to the spring taking the oldest of her three children a girl of five or six years old with her and leaving the baby in the cradle aud an- Â¬ other child a boy two or three years old in the room with it When she returned the baby was lying before the fire in a pile of hot ashes or embers and was so badly burned that it died next morning Beattyville Enter- Â¬ jurist with Talmage with Fischer with Field with Cardinal Manning prise and with Gladstoue The reason is The fiftieth annuul report of Mr C that Ingersolls position Is unanswer- Â¬ J Norwood Inspector of Mines for the able Do you not know if any one of State of Kentucky has just issued from the six great men had successfully an- Â¬ the office of the Public Printer at swered him the religious publications Frankfort This is the most compre- Â¬ would have printed the controversy hensive and beyond any doubt the and scattered the publication over the best report that Mr Norwood has is Â¬ country by the thousands But not one sued and by its wide circulation of them has dared to present Ingersoll the miueral regions of the State will and his opponent side by side He become much better known and ap- got the better of them all and the preciated than at present The coal reason was that they assumed to defend riches of the State have not before what is opposed to all reason I agree been so fully made known and that with Ingersoll that the God of these following its publication there will be men Is unjust cruel and hateful But an influx of capital there can be 110 I believe God is love and I get my doubt God out of the Bible though Col In- Â¬ gersoll says he is not there I do not Rev Harry Wilson the blind preach- Â¬ believe God ever harmed a hair of a er who was here Saturday in a con- Â¬ mans head and it is preposterous to versation with County Attorney J S suppose that an infinitely merciful Smith said that he was a red hot Re- Â¬ God ever drowned the world or ever publican aud that he made a bet of a destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah or fine gold watch which struck the time ever ordered the murder of babes in jvery fifteen miuUtes against 150 that their cradles Rev Geo O Barnes In Harrison would carry Iudiana by 10000 Lousville Times majority Also that he didnt expect to preach but a month longer as he would win a suit against an Indiana CONCERNING FARMERS- doctor for maltreatment of his eyes and then he wouldnt have to preach The Falmouth Guide says that the This is the same man who was arrested turkey crop has brought more money in Lincoln county for stealing a bible Into Pendleton county for the last two from an old woman at Harrodsburg or three years than the hog crop Bourbon News Rufus Lisle of Fayette county has Mrs Caroline Craddock Hardin sold to George Hankin Chicago the widow of Gen William Hardin form- Â¬ bay yearling colt full brother to Jacoerly of Frankfort died yesterday morn- Â¬ bin by Jillis Johnson dam Ayres for ing at the residence of Mrs J P Ful 4000 wiler 439 East Walnut street Mrs W G Walker bought of D J Curry Hardiu was born November 301601 Rue of Harrodsburg oue of the and was a daughter of Juge Hugh In premium crops of 40000 pounds of nes The latter was a cousin to Judge Harry Innes of the early Court of Ap Mercer couuty tobacco at S737J per peals who fills a large spce in the huudred primitive history of Kentucky Mrs J W Prewitt will ship to morrow to Hardin represented two prominent Angeles Cal thirty six Shorthorns families Her husband was a son of for himself and forty two for 8 D Gen William Hardiu the pioneer of GofT They will be sold privately Breckinridge county who laid out its Winchester Democrat county Beat Hardinsburg in 17S0 Winciiestek Court J A Ram- Â¬ built a fort ou a site of the town and sey auctioneer reports 160 cattle on in this fort his son the husband of the the market 38 head 1150 pound feed- Â¬ deceased was born in 1781 He be- Â¬ ers from 3 to 350 per cwt A good came a prominent man in the early many mules offered but few sales history of the State He served sev- Â¬ Henry F Judy bought of David eral terms iu the Legislature finally to Frankfort moved and was Britton 300 shocks of corn which aver- Â¬ many years postmaster of that city aged GJ bushels to he shock He At the time of his death in 1850 he thinks the Held which is a large one was lessee of the Kentucky peniten Â¬ will make twenty barrels per acre tiary He was three times married The price paid was 150 per barrel Winchester Democrat the deceased being his third wife Courier Journal The tobacco growers of Kentucky Slarkey the mysterious individual are forming Abstentin associations and staunch friend of Charley Hender- Â¬ pledging themselves to abstain from son the confidence man is the subject cultivating tobacco next year Ihese of an article in the Louisville Times of movements are ail very well when the Wednesday We give a few extracts price of the product is very low but that throw some light upon nisjidentity let the price of tobacco jump up before planting time and there will be such and his subsequent career When demand for plants and such burning Charley Henderson the confidence man was iu jail at Danville ou the of agreements as will astonish the Frankfort Capi Â¬ charge of robbing Dr Burke a well planters themselves tal known Â¬ Â¬ again to tender his resignation to the officers of the church at Newport but they refused a second time to ac- Â¬ cept It He felt however that he could not continue the work and ac cordingly gave it up preaching his last sermon Sunday They make the fatal mistake of de fending a fallacy That is why In gersoll was able easily to get the best of six of the leading minds of the world He was victorious in his con- Â¬ troversies with Judge Black the great HOWS THIS 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 CO Props Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years aud believe him perfectly honorable in all his business transactions aud finan- Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio E H Van Hosen CaehierToledo Na Â¬ tional Bank Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ nally acting directly upon the bloud and mucus surfaces of the system Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists 26 23 Â¬ tarkii Cure We ofler One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh thut can not be cured by taking Halls Ca C F J CHENEY A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods Local Produce Markets CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON ARNOLD SRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky Dec Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Hams iiacon nams country Cured Butter 1 Chickens 50 Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 Ks Oats in sheaf per 100 Xis Lard Tallow Beeswax and quality of goods considered 25 1888 We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments J3 Jc We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must 45c l5lHc see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and l5l6Sc 20I5C will do everything that we say we can do as 00 t Tailoring Estafelisitasn is complete embracing all of the at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship Latest Twangs to ise Found in a Farst Ciass 752 3 -- 95t 5Si ibftC 01 GOOBS M IARKEB Go7c 75 00 00 AT PRICES TO BEAR US OUT II MAT 5c6o Feathers Meal - i5ioc 2592 34 2O40 7SC we are mgWith 1 HAIE SAID f same thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance Very Respectfully Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed 455c 75 J Cloer Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed 753 6 506 i 2 75 50 00 75 JJ Gr JLr OJ JA JAM Mj JfflLL J-- Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes St 25 S33 7S3SB37 TjBJZISr UI1 XLl JUJU SISEE3X 7V LIVE STOCK HARKS EEP0ST By GREENE EMBRY Ll e Stock Commission Merchants at Clncln uatl Union Btoeii Yards aud Covluglou Stock Ynnlf- - REALS KIN S Cincinnati Ohio Good to Extra Fair to Good Dec 24 1888 SHIPPING CATTLE f I 4 Common and Rough 3 25Q Good to Extra Oxen 3 75 Fair to Good Oxen 3 oo Common and Rough 2 2 BUTCHER CATTLE 75 4 i Extra Fat Steers 3 Fair to Good Steers 2 Good to Extra Cows 3 00 2 25 rair to uoou Cows Common Cows 1 50A 2 00 Rough Cows and Oxen 1 00 1 25 BULLS Best Shipping 75 Best Bologna 2 00 1 Fair Bologna 75 1 75 rair to uood Feeders Common and Thin 1 25 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 50 3 rair 10 uooa oteers 3 25 3 50 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 75 Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 0050 00 Fair to Good 30 00 40 00 Common 20 00325 00 Best Veal Calves o 00 5 75 Fair to Good 4 50 5 50 Common and Heavy 2 50 4 00 HOGS Select Butchers 05 5 Jo 9 5 00 At avmeeting or prominent trotting Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights 00 5 o horae breeders in Lexington it was Light Pigs 90 5 00 agreed to open a stake to be known SPRING LAMBS as the W H Gentry prize It Is to be Extra 25Q 5 50 a head ring for standard stallion start- Â¬ Common to Good 2 75 3 -- 5 ers aud five of their produce The en- Â¬ trance fee Is to be 100 each all to go Louisville Tobacco Market to the winner aud the exhibition to By Glover Darrett Louisville lobaeoo Ware House take place at the great trotting meeting Sales on our market for the past here next fall To day the success week jut closed amount to 3012 hhd of the new stake was assured fifteen with reeeipls fqr the same period 1823 owners naming their stallions by April lihds tiales on pur market since Jan Â¬ 18 1889 when the stake closes It is uary l8tt amount to DOOflfMihds Sales of the new thought the value of the stafee not less 6870 hlids crop to this date amouut to than 5000 It will thus be without There lias been no change prices an exception the richest prize ever during the week for Burley in tobacco offered for trotting horses in Ken Â¬ The offerings have embraced an unus Â¬ ually large percentage of very common tucky tobjeco for prices tor such are very Here is a story from the Bourbon low There will be no further sales oa our market until January 2nd News which we give as we find it The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Mr M Swetnam of Blaiue Lawrence county owned a fine milch cow which resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash notcolory and tobacco dam Â¬ was seized with fits and pitched aged by freezing S2 00 toSS00 around iu a dangerous manner and Colory Trash S350 to 600 Common Lugs not colory S360 to exhibited mauy vicious freaks She w would strike her nose against any 50Colory Lugs 56 00 to 5000 available object until the skin and Common Leaf S700 to 900 fjesh were torn awny Alarmed at the Medium to good leaf 000 to 1500 16 00 to Select or wrappery leaf danger of her doing barm Mr Swet Â¬ nam dispatched the nuinial and 51900 made on examination when ou cut ting her head open 71 copberhead snake was found in her nose which had crawled up the left nostril over the bridge of the nose and down tlie right nostril where its fangs were firmly imbeded completely biding it from view S Good to Ejktra Fair to Good 3 f9 o p NI N G IT1 AJSTID XrcHos 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 in Sealskin Garments the world over Our heavy purchase of Skins prior to the advance hH placed U3 in a position to sell Â¬ At OF the Same Prices as Heretofore OVERCOATS AND Although we are the heaviest holders of Alaska and other sealskins in Richmond we cannot guarantee those low prices far in the future Now read on to your own interest OTJE CLOAK DEPARTMENT boasts of such superb and varied assortment of NEWMARKETS We have that it is difficult to select any to which Iccall attention among many others Inter Clothing Hats s EANCY STRIPES BRAIDED LIN TWILLS BER- Â¬ CAPS AIB PUE2TISHIIS LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES and a vast variety of OLOTHS in all the popular new colors with Monkey Beaver and other Fur Trimmings For quantity quality and variety of GOODS- - Walking Jackets we challenge the world There never was such a stock around hpre before GOOD BEAVERS FRENOH STOCKINETS DIAGONALS and novelties in Embroidered Vest Fronts PLUSH GARMENTS What we have said of the reputation 01 our Seolskinu applies with equal force to our celebrated Tailor Made Form Fitting Plash Garments They receive the same care and the same skilled work Â¬ manship as our Sealskins Plush Newmarkets Untrimmed Satin Lined Fur Trimmed etc Suits to Orderrom Samples fit GncrercTEEi to We will make yon a suit up see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at order from 15 PLUSH JACKETS s t Be sure and Eoe Ladies and Misses The now and popular shapes Modjeskas and Langtrys Plush Sacques are all the rage in the cities Oar Seal ers Record The pastor of he Methodist church The case of Mrs Florence McMicheal will preach a sermon on Nativi against the C O railroad was argu- ty of Christ Sunday morning All ed this week in tbo Court of Appeals invited by Judge Beckner The Circuit Court gave a verdict here for 7000 damages One hundred confessions at the against the C O and 5000 against Baptist church In Covington during Â¬ Â¬ John A Woods sold tills week to John Embry 40 1000 lb cattle at 3 cts GoHiiMGialGoiisge hcton A K Denny sold Tuesday to a southern gentleman 23 yearling mules at 58250 John Tewmey sold this week to Tennessee parties 37 yearling L0C4nM 09 cotton mnles at 584 J C ond D H Buttacu Sbort haai A Tpe Wrttlna Telrcrnjlij Yeiser sold this week 4 hogs weighing Chezpest A BsstBusinass College in the World 112 lbs to J A Ferrill of Shelby CItj 5fcW Viwri CoM Mrdul mr etiier CtUtfM u Yiorid KitwltUi for SMir r Roofe fccrvlnz Marion Brady of emj Enlnm SdneatloD 1 0000 flrndame Id atC cents net Kalteeu CoitorFiiUUiuUexi Washington county sold in this city SkOrWllAAd YviMtV4tl UIUH J Ka tifctltra SlivliuMUinua18me Monday 12 head of cattle weight 1 l 1 P kmb rtw Atou EpfcrafSTW Smith Viitttrwt L 8au 200 pounds at S340 per cwt WakoT wu ieu Ky xnun tM t v ueiu iuoftiauu an uvv uave uongm j- STOUFEBRS THE OLDEST CLOTHING H0DSB IX RICHMOND F1KST ST UEPABTKXKTa ow maj2 tf II All sorts of Elegant Visiles and Mantles that come under the head of Short Wraps are shown in our department Modjesku Wraps of Beayor with elegant Gimp and Ball Trimming some braided all over Ladies Cloth and Moscow Boavers quilted Satin Linings trimmed with1 Passementerie braided all over jpFSuperb assortment of Mourning Wrap sfeozRx Mm apllS tf wraeS lii i J m W2 ibictibiji TtV JI mm h wssm uwaiwvii XJULM I Cor Main and Second Sts Ond Ky f ji - szli thb CLIMAX jEbD AY DECEMBRR jfi iSO ct J Davis Grocers hnv dissolved - small bov has sas as usual not had so ranch v n Pamsh sold a lot m the Parriafe Sal jrJav to his mother for 300 00 je a stockholder the banks of - nj If- - ami nllior fiindlr anil u ouu Ift aceirLniston faf fUTl T aJ of MoberJey vna u Parkes sale M- - s iVoro ixajtiful old EstM Monte four Rithroond is for sale private r See a ertiement ic-- -- II F Turner is owt en cratches leroent of three weeks is bed a nJ ankle -- vrpmv has been formed ht Loots- ii I a capital ot fieoMM to inrett t n ning property is eira l h TkeFaMk SeJwl Rwk UP Mrs A T Mulioo County Superin Â¬ occur January nil at li Mills whereby MrSv tendent of PahBc Schools ha completed the annual visitations required by law ill retire from the Arm of all the schools in the county She re Â¬ s M Letcher will remove his of-T- ports better school bmkhngs than the ary St to one of the elegant county has ever had Six new houses f have been btiik mis year The trustees Dt A W Smiths building too have improved in quality There are ft d dr II will be given by Coot-r- - 98 districts and school has been taught in E K mucky State Guards at the every- - district There are 542 white tins evening at 730 oclock children and 2569 colored ones making a a m total of 8oi 1 between the ages of 6 and T HJ J Fellows presented Maj A J 20 in the county The per capita drawn Fas Grand Master with an elegant lit from the State was it hi ict ai uicir inming on atonaay 42255 that came to the205 making 16 county from the State This is 146465 less than the George W Tipton has bought of county pays in school taxes into the State T fen of Winchester the tetters Treasury Mrs Million says the teach- Â¬ the old home place near ers are delighted with the monthly pay Â¬ ments Altogether the schools are prosLiTwgh- perous and Mrs Million has sustained T of the Methodist church will her reputation for good work e ildren of their Sunday reheat unmenr at tne oaiaeu House lr What the Mr8rig Sea is SayiH r ng at 7 30 oclock That Charley Moore intends to chal Â¬ v- A T Million County School lenge Bruce Champ That Frankfort will soon lose one of vnieni has appointed Mr W her most gifted daughters lev an examiner in place of Maj That Central University will win the Reed resigned oratorical medal in April That the Authors Carnival at GeorgeT Ramsey and family wni town was a decided hit 3 rt iiliici on Mam street next to That Christmas will come next Tues Â¬ -- ies M Bennetts now occupied by day if the streets dont get too muddy P- - lien Wnn- and the laHc That a wealthy West End man has the is f January U S Senatorial bee in his bonnet 0 Ep That Dick Tates I O U assets will cpopal church and the Baptist l ach had an elaborate Christmas all be paid when the summer comes again That Ben Harrison is no slouch and Tie Episcopal church was beauti- decorated for Christmas day that Mrs Harrison is a gem of purest ray c 3 by Rev Mr Wingate serene That the chapel room in the new school building is the finest auditorium in the Celt by Express Mr Matt Arbuckle shipped to Staun- - State That several additions will be made to Va by express last week a colt the cky next spring aggregating over he had sold for 130 The box e colt weighed 800 pounds and one thousand lots That Mr Huntington is coming from cTess charge was 38 This is J colt Mr Arbuckle has sold to Chicago to T etcington over his own road one of these summer days That a talented and handsome young gentleman of this city is soon to wed a Xcw Barber Shf tmb and M C Moore have brilliant and beautiful young heiress in atd Themselves together in the bar- - Philadelphia That a distinguished young Kentuckian u iness at 106 East Main street wiH at an early day go to Ohio and claim to Roberts Wines drug store flower transplanted from this c both experienced barbers Their a beautiful is found etec where in this more congenial clime and hring it home cncnt Lexington Observer making many a teal rntmas Go tee uv it is done i Weather Signals- G Kennedy meteorologist w the atSjoined information con cenwg the weather senate hokted every day on top of the University building Signal hoisted at ten a m for the fol lowing twenty four hours White square Sag indicates clear or fair weather Blue square flag indicates rain or snow Bkck triangle flag is the temperature signal Placed above the other flags in dicates warmer weather below colder White flag with black square in the center indicates a cold wave or a small or rapW fall of temperature to below 45 de- Â¬ grees When several flags are used they are to be red from the top down For example The white flag with the black triangle below it indicates fair weather colder The blue flag with the black triangle above it indicates warmer weather rain or snow The triangle with whhe and blue flags below indicates warmer fair weather followed by rains The white flag above indicates fair weather stationary temperature The blue flag above indicates ram or snowtnthmary temperature Jnk Prof O The Climax week Â¬ of the action of the Christian church relative to Mr L E Francis an officer in that church This week we give the proceedings in fnll The report of the committee is as follows At a meeting of the official board of the Richmond congregation of the Christian church held in the revenue office Novem Â¬ ber 17th i88S the following action was taken Whereas After a full conference with Brother L E Francis one of our Elders we are persuaded that he bokte some views regarding one Schweinfurth ot Rockford 111 whom we regard as a fraud and an impostor and which views we think disqualify hira for the office of Elder therefore from hfm The Francis SeliweJBfartk Case Mrs S V Rowland and will remain gave a brief account last during the holidays Danville Advocate J ant will Ot Duncan Jessamine The attend- Â¬ be Messrs Talton Embry Charles Gins Jessamine Gen and Mrs Gentry went to Rich- Â¬ Cincinnati mond on yesterday to attend the china Miss Maggie Duncan Miss Mary Scott anniversary of the wedding of Mr and Nlcholasville Mrs W R Letcher Lexington Press Mr and Mrs W R Letcher celebrat- Â¬ ed the 20th anniversary of their marriage David A Gay on last Thursday the 20h inst by en- Â¬ in Winchester tertaining a large number of their friends Cincinnati to day to be present at the annual session of the Society of Modern Languages of which he has long been a member DIED 8r died at bis home Ky on Thursday 1888 Prof J T Akers Ph D will go to Deceased was December 20th aged 00 years the father of Mrs James sympathy for him personally and our confidence in his moral character is un diminished 2nd That we think lie ought in justice to himself and the church to resign his Eldership and we deem it our duty to ask him thk to do subject to the action Jietlved That w hile we differ radically tnjik views we have a kind R Burnam of Richmond aud of Robert and Warric Gay of Clark county whom he leaves besides his wife who was a Miss Beau of Mont Â¬ He was a member of Miss Alice Berry the charming daugh- Â¬ gomery county ter of Mayor elect A S Berry of this the Presbyterian church a great friend city and Miss May Queen of Covington of the poor a prosperous farmer a will be the guests of Mrs John G Car- Â¬ good citizen and leaves a large estate lisle during the holidays Newport Bismarck an English Journal that finished third in the Cambridge- Â¬ The Loyal Legion is in session at In shire handicap has been sold lo a dianapolk Gen R B Hayes presiding South American gentleman for 20000 Col Wm Casshis Goodloe and Col John and shipped to his new home He K Faulkner are the most prominent of will be raced next year and then the Kentuckians present Courier-Journplaced in the stud three-year-old al Harper For Jannarjr Competent critics have frequently re- Â¬ marked that the author of Ben Hur had in him the elements of a dramat Â¬ ist Their Judgment upon General Lew Wallace will be sustained by Ids play Commodu3 in Harperj Magazine for January The action of the drama develops several powerful scenes the vigor of which J R Weg- nelin the artist renders with fidelity in as many illustrations One of the drawing entitled This Baitlns thou forms the frontispiece of shait rue the Magazine There is a suggestion of tbo Greek chorus in the band ot Bacchantes The refrain of their song On to Rome dominates the whole drama it catches together in a phrase the leading thread of the plot It We Lead Them All Our large and well selected stock of HOLIDAY GOODS is now open for public inspection IE DO HOT -- CM JSB THING SHODDY OH OH THE FIRST-CLAS- CHEAP S- JOHi STYLE Jin YTrsEiwa Soonmco Sxacrshonldahrari be used when children era cutting twth It re lieresUioUUIesnilererotoaee itprodaccsnataral quiet sleep and the little cherub awakes as bright as a button it is yvrj pleasant to taste It soothes the child softens the gums allays all pain regulates the bowels and is thsbestknoimreciedr or diaxrhcoa whether arising from teething or other causes Tirenty STa cents a bottle 65 Advice to Mother OUR GOODS ARE GENUINE AND inest Illustrated Books Songs of Love among the most noted are Kip Yan Winkle Old Eolks at Home Library of Poetry and Song and Joy Lenore Sweet Nature Bits of Snow Bound Whittier Gems and hundreds of others too numerous to mention Full stock of Gilt Poems and the celebrated Alta Edition of Favorite Stories for Boys and Girls Dont fail to see the large and cost-Â¬ ly line of it C j- l--- s f -- Â¬ -- Parrhtk SnJe The ttW IWy Tarers 1imA Bush reports the sale of A telegram from Boston dated on last m Parrish near Foxtown on last Thursday Dec 30th says j - Milch cows sold S18 to 23 The old Doty tavern on Blue IIH1 Heifers 1630 24 shoots 65 avenue in Canton was burned last night per head horses 47 to 76 The building was a noted stopping place 3 100 bar- - in revolutionary times 133 to tSo Both Washing- Â¬ S6 per barrel The sale was ton u and Lafayette dined there and it is said that a rough draft of the Declarations of Independence was prepared under its roof The proprietor Doty who gave his My yiU gjnnCTTfr fMftfinJrPfcfc nunc to the ancient hotel was a brother to Azariah Doty deceased of Garrard coun- Â¬ ty and the latter was the father of the Miecn and crescent Koute an- - late VolneyJ Doty of Madison county opening of their through car father of the large family of Doty broth jT iorida taking effect Dec 23d ers so well known here The Dotys are of Travelers via this line can now French origin and were transplanted in o a Sleeping and Bunet car at Cin- Massachusetts a branch coming thence and go through to Jacksonville to Kentucky They have multiplied won r liiout change of cars in 23 hours derfully as Mr Enoch Doty of New Cjudoir Buffet and Sleepingnd York who is writing a history of the an CufTet and Sleeping Cars alter- family has found thirteen thousand of them Mr Enoch Doty is the father-in-laof Mr S D Bruce editor of the MHh Anniversary Turf Field and Farm the famous horse Mr and Mrs Harvey Gobb of Red paper of New York Mr Boyle Doty of aw celebrated the 4Hh anniversary this county has the family Bible It dates their marriage on last Friday glv- back two hundred years and gives much V an excellent dinner to a number of information regarding the family The ives and friends Ataouz tHoae Dotys arc fond of relics and heirlooms Mnt was Prof J Tevis Cobb of Mr C K Doty has a gold srJrson tRfcjroWest H3 SpeakiBg into a breast pin that his dollar made grandfather gakl that he is marriage Mr Cobb gave him when he Charles not the c4d feel like a nana man was a boy and he has worn it every il his wife was scarcely more than day since S but it seemed to uira that lie t could recollect when he was An iHeideat in The Siege necr faJ-ol-- K Â¬ w it stxty-year-o- FrrieJ Silver Creek Ky Thy poem k realty good It has feel- Â¬ ing vivkftJeseriptkHi and rhythmic fehc ky I have not a copy of my poem ie The Pipes of Lucknow with me or I D Yea Want a Pension would send ft to thee Rev Mr Lowell Tfi5 Three has written a poem on the same incident Forltc PnlTrkp save L- - C Phillios of Vmrinia the U Thanking thee for sending thy poem I a on Examiner who has made his am your friend Johm G Whittibr ld Jlftfrv at- tttic nkM MwM biiut tiu Of A 7lt has been anlerad to Rich- - That the readers of The Climax he now located and where 1 may better understand the poem Ave note 5 Vi the incidents embraced therein iijr icuBin aaab1 wck ercraai a X Lin modest geatteman well Lucknow 9k an important town in R d - ns position and made a host British India Cawnpore is a neighbor Â¬ i ationg our people Stfch men ing town During the year 1857 the ps are very creditable to the Sepoys raised an insurrection for exter tic service and ought to be re- - minating t lie British At Cawnpore sev-- - long as they are witting to eral hundred men women and children r positions May success attend placed themselves under the protection of ever he goes an innoenfial Sepoy who had recently visited England and had received- marked Not So Bad As Paints attention from the royalty and nobility Ctimax reported last week a But he betrayed his trust and caused the he Presbyterian church in entire party to be murdered A small J Firman refosed to ofler prayer army of English soldiers took reiuge at by Dr Hamilton in which Lucknow in August and were besieged ii The siege continued Unitarian as an exam- - by Uie Sepoys n cunsecration and stated through August September October and r nin n saU in substance nearly through November when a Scot I n uruiv not tish girl on the ramparts was first to hear were Ti oration or any other in the distance the plaintive notes of a Forman assures us bagpipe which proved to be the reinrc Tnisinferined as to the forcements principally Highlanders Tie ii ie vcrlencf or anv other piece played was AuU Lang Syne and He says that he knows our poetic friend has beautifully tod the propc in the Unitarian story in verse t manr good wabgs lie Tennyson has written a poem entitled - Uie ncint of CtJosecratiec The Defense of Lucknow -H A dCsBfie Chicago picture house sends irs saying that they will make you s c crayon portrait free of charge will show it to your friends as c ire to introduce their work You - 2 pliotograph and then you receive a circular stating that you must a frame to make the picture look A price list k inctosed When - get the outfit you dont feel that any S at all has been given you and that We paid mighty dear for your - ef LaekBevv On the 4th page of to days Climax appears a poem entitled Auld Lang Zyne at Lucknow written by Mr C M out Laostmann of this county The produc- Â¬ tion is one of considerable merit although the author is not all known in the capac- Â¬ ity oCfe writer We apoend a letter of a famous poet written after having read the Awesburv Mass January C M 2 18S7 LAtfSTMAXX Judge James II Embry of Washington CHy reached Richmond last Wednesday B J Nkwlos on a vkit to his old home He was a W B Smith prominent citizen here and presided as P M Pope Judge of the Madison County Court for a Tiios Baldwin number of years but has resided in Wash Â¬ Elisha Roberts ington since the war He brought from S S Parkes Washington a portrait of Associate Jus- Â¬ C P Williamson Preacher tice Samuel F Miller of the Supreme The committee having filed its report Court of the United States a native of Mr Francis answered as hereunder set Richmond and whose biographical sketch forth The Climax contained several weeks Beloved Fellow Members of His ago The portrait is to be placed in the Church I have somewhat to say unto court house along with other distinguish- Â¬ you I have for thirty seven years been ed citizens an onicer in thk congregation and have endeavored during all these years to be a TKIN COLUMN factor in the accomplishing of good for Gods people for you But now comes If you buy a safe isnt that a safe in- Â¬ a communication from the other officers vestment of thk body requesting and demanding of A man at Port Townsend died while me that I resign my Eldership my ofMoral Dont wait to ficial relation to you My reply to this being baptized communication is addressed to you the get baptized until you are big enough to die church ist I love my church and I love my The Indiana people continue to be brethren too well to ever think of com- Â¬ troubled with White Caps They plying with thk request should find a residence on some island in 2nd I cannot I dare not I will not do the North Atlantic where white caps so because God tells me in his holy words are fashionable all the year round and Let every man abide in the same calling they would soon get used to them so wherein he was called and brethren let they wouldnt mind them every man wherein lie is called therein Here is the best thing we have seen on abide with God I cor I am the Sunday School Ah my son everlastingly determined to obey God said the minister Im glad to see you in In my following and obeying God I am the Sunday school at last Is this your in duty bound to have respect unto the first Sunday Yes sir How do clearest light which he causes to shine you like Oh I guess I kin stand it it upon my pathway until after the Christmas tree Mr Schweinfurth who is a rock of ofÂ¬ You will have a more correct idea of fense and a stone of stumbling k such to those wlio stumble at the word of God how Winchester and Clark county arc being disobedient For lie is a teacher spreading out when we tell you that in sent from God He is the true and faith- Â¬ last weeks Democrat under the head of ful whne He is the angel of Revela- Â¬ County News appears a batch of items tion standing in the sun He k the man from Waco which everybody knows is in child of the Christ crowned woman the Madison county and twelve miles from wonder in heaven of these things his that point on the river nearst Winchester words and his works give infalable proof The contributor in Fridays Register I love him as the day spring from on who styles himself a citizen of Estill high He comes in the fullness of the county tries to say something about the light of Revelation which God gave unto Climax and finding that he cant suc- Â¬ him In him I behold the mystery of ceed closes with this thundering sentence Godliness God manifest in the flesh He that must have caused a frightful rattling is fulfilling all the word of God I receive among the several pill boxes in his pock- Â¬ him I hale him as the word made flesh ets If any one is very anxious to know as the manifestation of the eternal logos whether any of the Lillys are cowardly In so doing I am true to the word of or not they are at liberty to proceed with God I am true to my brother officers I any test they prefer at any time they like am true to my church I am true to you There now this Citizen of Estill coun- Â¬ my brethren ty gives the Lillys liberty to test their A door k open in heaven and I stand bravery and we are waiting to 6ee what ing with illumined face beholding thk choice the Lillys shall make In the sublime achievement say unto you what meantime if the Citizen of Estill coun- Â¬ hath the Lord wrought and joyful are ty wants to experiment on his bravery the words The spirit and the bride say let him apply at the Climax office and come And let him that h athirst come get spanked with a barrel stave until he And whosoever will let him take the doesnt know quinine from ipecac water of life freely I am ready for any thing that you m ay PERKINS do for I read that in thk day when the son of man k revealed a mans foes shall Mfv Florence Wright of Frankfort be they of hk own household is visiting relative at this place My Christ has told me they shall Born to the wife of J Ii Sowers a put you out of the Synagogue Yea the son December 18th James Strotlier time cometh that whosoever ktlleth you Mr Arthur Moore has bought of Mr will think that he doeth Gods service And these things will they do unto you H 15 Robinson his stock of goods and because they have not known the Fathen business is still going on at the old nor me These things have I said unto stuml you that you sliould not become eAended Mis Russie Hayden graduate of or ensnared Elliott Institute Kirksvilie closed To day I look toward the ring of a new school Saturday at BuQulo Xmas day the sun of righteousness which has tree was a feature of the last day arken and says Lo thk k our Godwe Died Mrs Mary Robinson wife of have waited for him and He will save us this is tltc Lord we have waited for him H B Robinson December 22nd after several months with the we will be glad and rejoice in his salva- Â¬ lingering consumption She leaves a husband tion Now I say unto you f am in your hand and three children to mourn her death do unto me as seemeth good in your sight She was beloved and respected by all If I go forth without the camp bearing who knew her the reproach of my Christ my sacrifice SPEEDWELL I do it gladly But I go only as I am led out POT OUT Mr J 0 Logsdon recently sold about By the grace of God which is in Christ 70shoteaatS4 25 Jesus my Lord I will endure shame suffering wrongfully knowing that the spirit J M Hendren will again embark in of grace and glory resteth upon me I the mercantile business about January to day avow myself as in everlasting al 1st legience with the Christ of my Bible Elder M Elliott will preach on the whom God has made Mr Schweinfurth to fourth Lords day in each month the be coming year instead of the first The God of heaven has visited the earth Mrs Mllly Laylor sister of Mr Jas and Leay out of Zion the perfection of Evans has returned home after a stay beauty God has shined I say thou art more excellent than the mountains of of two weeks with him for the benefit prey I say as I have heard so have I of her health unimproved seen The Lord is in nic Holy Temple Mrs John Ann Junes wife of Geo let all the earth keep silence before Him Jones died of consumptioa on the 9lh The church then took action upon the inst leaving an infant two months report and excluded Mr Francis from old Her sister Maggie Dalton died the ofce In fact in hk remarks he February 20th last of thesarae disease asked the church to sustain the report leaving a little girl two years old They were granddaughters of Mr O Maupln who died last March - of the congregation T S Bronstox -- Young JIan Attend This College W H Kelley will build you a good Hundreds of young men and n large house cheaper than any man in town mar7 tf number of youug ladies who graduated the past year at the Commercial ColRanns Specific will cure Rheuma lege of Kentucky Uulverjity Lexing tlsm or money refunded Price 75c at ton Ky have made use of ItiPir Whites Drug Store Second street knowledge as Book keepers Clerks uear Garnett House c In Banks Railroads Mercantile nnu official business Scores of clerks Underwear very cheap at Covingtou 24- doubling their previous salary and Mitchells farmer boys surprising all by their She Was Completely Cnrsd Â¬ Â¬ 5- A daughter of my customer missed menstruation on arriving at puberty her health was completely wrecked At my suggestion she used one bottle of BradOelds Female Regulator which cured her J W Hellums Water Valley Miss The most powerful nation on the face Write The Eradfleld Regulator Co of the globe is America aud the moed 25 28 Atlanta Ga Â¬ powerful remedy on earth for chick en cholera is Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure sold aud warranted by Stockton Willis It Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office at Richmond Ky week ending Gold Pen Found December 25 1SSS A large gold pen in gold holder was Augson Makeroy Shinnaw Dock Alfred Tanner Lucy found on Main street Saturday It Brooks Mrs Frank Tcvis Noah Elder A Parents Best Gift to a Son or Dangliter Martain Miss Sarah Warflbrd Green Miller David Wale Rev Mr A thorough practical business edu- Â¬ Post Office hours from 6 A m to 7 p cation at the world renowned Com- Â¬ M Money order and registered letter mercial College of Kentucky Univer- Â¬ hours prompt 7 a m to a r 31 J B WILLIS p m sity Lexington Ky is an imperish- Â¬ able legacy By commencing at the Commercial College of Kentucky Uni- Â¬ versity Lexington Ky in January and be instructed by 13 teachers in Book keeping Business Arithmetic Penmanship Commercial Law Bunk Â¬ There will be a meeting of the stock- Â¬ o you will be prepared ing Practice for business by spring to get a position holders of the First National Bank of Richmond at their banking house on aud for any emergency that may await TUESDAY JANUARY 8 18S9 for you iu the future For Illustrated cir- Â¬ the election of Directors to serve the cular address W R Smith Lexing- Â¬ ensuing year 28 29 J E Greenleaf Cashier ton Ky It The gentleman who by mistake at the Garnett House got a new 7 Stet- Â¬ son foft black hat with Covington Mitchells name iu it will please report at this office It grand success It BOHEMIAN r CDI GLASS BOTTLES SaETTSSRS -- from 3000 per pair down We make thisa feature of Holiday 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 ESPEOIL 7T8Ta0t 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 you dont want to buy come in and look and listen to the handsomest music box ever brought to Richmond Price 500 ffiIf ELECTION For Bank Directors ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK ASSESSOR We arp authorized to announce V J HARVEY for Assessor of Madfefui county subject to the action of the 12- Democratic tarty We are authorized lo announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses Â¬ sor of Madison county Mibject to the action ot the democratic party to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of Madi on county subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ 3- ty We are authorized ADRUFF IDHICn CEHTRAL B B BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west FAST LINE BETWEBX A toilet luxury in every respect Ayers Hair Vigor never falls to restore the youthful freshness and color to faded and gray hair It also eradicates dundrufTand prevents the hair from -- ELECTION For Bank Directors Lexington SOCTH BOUUD Lve CiiviaetOB Cincinnati Kxim MC03 Ko2 Ho 4 Usity iKxwt Â¬ There will be a meeting of the stock Â¬ holders of the Second National Bank their bAtikiug limine Covington Mitshell have the lar- Â¬ of Richmond atJANUARYS 18S0 for on TUESDAY gest and best line of Overcoats at very the election of Directors to serve the low prices Call and see them ensuing year 24- J Stone Walker Cashier Important to Parents and Guardians 28 20 If you have ambitious sons and wards to educate you should select a responsible college and a college of reputation for successfully preparing Its students for responsible elevating and lucrative positious in life The Commercial College of Kentucky Uni- Â¬ There will be a meeting of the Mock versity Lexington Ky is eminently holders of the Farmers National Bank of Richmond at their hanking house lilted lo procure these results It on TUESDAY JANUARY 8 18S0 for the election of Directors to serve the Physicians prescribe Ayers Sarsapa ensuing year rilla in cases of scrofula and in every 28 29 S S Parkes Cashier form of chronic disease because this medicine is safer to take aud is more highly concentrated than any other preparation It cuu only De de pended upon as an eflective blood puritier It PLACE falling It Edilor Climax your paper a cull weeks since I noticed in on me to become a candidate for Assessor of Madbon county Signed Many Voters of Having considered the sub Million ject I have determined to become a DEALER IN candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their Kind and 1 must Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and say flattering expressions as to my qualifications I therefore auurfUuce Plated ware etc Special myself as a candidate for Assessor of attention given to Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic arty Very truly SETTING DIAMONDS Several Â¬ Ive KalnMHtlh Arr irw Arr LxtnloH Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr Lve Lve CyntbtaiM- - 1105 1140 a lrfei Winchester 133 p RlehmofH- i- 300 p Lancaster cio SJtnnlont KiehxHMMt 31 ily ss H KS too ai ai nits a sous a m was pi KKjopi 1130 irs P 3P r p Pi Saopi jp ELECTION For Bank Directors Arr Hcrea 3aolH Arr unitgawB- - 5U5 p NORTIt BOlXNW Lve Uvt Lve KkbMMMH- iKU hiHiitMl 13- - C R Tudok FOR JAILER AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES to announce - For Sale Privately JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Promptly done and in a workmanlike We are authorized to announce manner JAMES O LACKEY a candidate for Jailerof Madison county subject to the 3- - Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver action of the Democratic party 3- We are authorized Arr Arr Arr Lve HSFiLIRIXff Lve StfcHttott Lve LaacMter tio oo 1 730 as 30 P aa as Arr Arr Pftria Lve IxtBtlKm Lve linn Lve Cviitbtm Lve falBMMtlh CorlBSfUm WinetMHter j15 ps 7oas fcaS as yxu pi 3apB rjs 30 P 90 s ai 33 P 4 06 P ai Pa 1003 si 451 P 5aS P 3SP too pi 35 fcjoai in nd 1 THE ESTILL Ten Cents Will get a first class shave at the Gar Â¬ nett House Barber Shop Clean tow- Â¬ els and sharp razors are plentiful rear None but first class workinmen are Ho I Land employed Give us a trial Entire 400 Acres of well Improved Good Brick Dwell 16- satisfaction is guaranteed ing fine barn out buiIiliiig good orchard never c is for If you wantagood suit of lirht ciass sale privately failing spring purtuerbhip to elo se a very low price go to Coving therein This place wus formerly quality at ton 24- Mitchells owned by Col O K Estill For fur- Â¬ ther particulars enquire of Stetson fine soft hats variety of I C Vanmeter Jr Winchester Ky styles at Covington Mitchells 24- or J W Caperton Richmond Ky Dec 2 1S83 23 33 A large and well selected stock of Hats Caps c at reasonable prices at 24- DISSOLUTION NOTICE Covington Mitchells - Owned by J R Estill and Mr and Mrs M C Esllll of Clark county bit uated 011 the Speedwell pike about f ur miles hum Richmond containing announce Dont forset the plaee next door SAMUEL BIGGBRSTAFF a candi- Â¬ to the Poet oflice Ricbmood Ky Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county subjan4 lf ject to the action of tne Democratic We are authorized to ipssi Daily MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve Mwysvllte Jo4Mft604t party 3- - Kxgtm fcoaa lastly ou as or PCs 8KB 105 5 We are authorized to announce THOMAS S FEUUELL as n candi Â¬ date for Jailer of Mdisin county sub ject to the action of the Democratic 4- party We are authorized to announce JOHN HILL as a candidate fur Jailer of Muilisoti county subject to the ac 4- tion or tne Democratic party FOR COUXTY SUTKKINTENDE2T rr ram- - Orl Mlliiimhiirg fc33l Kaoa 5 1135 a a pa P rss J4P CovtttgUHi LexIngtoH 35 P scao pa fcao sea isl atl pa as UlR U are not rlp- eer- - NORTH BOUND jBFyjgfMwSKfeEajEj tin Lve Oovioajteti Lexington KxS lastly Xskll Isasrjr We are authorized to announce J B HARRIS a candidate for County Su Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools subject to the actiuu of the Democratic party 8- Arr No JnfcttMHI MayMville rtulMe ram Mlllentfetwg ai ai 57 ai eras ai 1015 a iocjass K3D 1 r see pa 7 less pa 7 Â¬ - THE PERSONAL Mr Terry Carr of Lexington was here last week Len Harris of Versailles is visiting relatives in Richmond Mrs A Wilkes Smith and children are in Look vi lie fur a months stay Dr J Prof D M Sweets left on Friday for Elizabeth town to spend the holidays Mr Miller Ward was an attendant at the Berry Cromwell wedding in Bourbon rrll -- Â¬ Â¬ Dr J C Morgan went to Dayton Tcnn last week hk old home and will return to day Mr and Mrs A D Underwood of Stanford are visiting Iter mother Mrs Mitchell near the depot Misses May Miller and Katie OConner are spending the Xmas holidays with Mrs R R Green of Fayette Mrs Gen Ransom entertained the numerous friends of her daughters in Lexington Friday evening Mr John Farrkh and family of the Foxtown vicinity will shortly remove to Randolph county Missouri their future home - -- a Â¬ lr - Mr W N Potts of Stanford the well last known miller was in Richmond week to yisit his daughter Mrs J B Stouffcr Mrs Stephen White and children of Richmond arc with her parents Mr and 1 -- 1 Th e best line of Gloves in town is to The partnership of C E Berry and 1 be found at Covingtou Mitchells T J Davis doing business in the gro- Â¬ cery firm ot Berry 24- Davis has this day dissolved C E Berry retiring 5sSi5X JrlLsf IE5y The C I St L C Ry will on the having sold his interest toT J Davis THE MOST who will assume all the debts ot the 24th 25th and 31st 1S88 and January firm also collect all accounts due the EXTENSIVELY ADVERTISED ist 1S89 sell excursion tickets between firm C E Berry all stations main line and branches also 28 29 T J Davis LAMBY BLUE iH THE WORLD four principle stations to Chicago at one HO FREEZE and one third fare for the round trip Glass sr Dsst Excursion tickets for the use of children NEVER BSraBa I la between five and twelve years of age will El 48 Ki u EwK0 CjSft be sold at one half the adult excursion 02 SFATIEEi 20 iter rate Take advantage of these low rates and KSTVriiTniVMii5a clHrajH r irnt to go and see Santa Claus at the various better than any other bluing In the worlii 106 E MAIN STREET headquarters eat turkey at the family re- Â¬ BLUINE Is more convenient than any oUicrlriuing We have associated ourselves togeth- Â¬ 13LUIKE Is more economical because ycu cm put union make New Years visits and to in just the exact amount and no more er In the Barberiug Business and are enjoy yourself generally during the holi- located at 106 E Main Street in Ram Â¬ BLUINE Is clean and neat no dost 110 spattering or spilling days sey building next door to Roberts BLUC9E is In small sheets packed in a handsome Wines drug store envelope and would bo an ornament on any Donelson uses the best material that Firet class work guaranteed Shav Â¬ UWe 10 cents childrens hair cuts 15 BLUINE ts tne cheapest because it Is the best the market nflords and the best work- Â¬ ing men He puts up none but the best cents Please give us a call Satisfaction Twenty Four Washings for Ten Gents work Buggies carriages etc made insured SQUIRE COBB cribs are full the smoke- Â¬ to order Call on The corn 23- npr4 tf him M C MOORE Wanted at sit timet General Agents Salesmen for houses contain plenty of pork- sausage Wholesale and Retail TraJe also men women bojs and glris to do adrerttsins in every vicinity Â¬ spare ribs and the apple bole and and Sanns Specific will cure RheumaOne Â¬ Tree otDozen Sheets In a package ror 10 cents Samples cellar can stand many visits Surely tism or money refunded Price 75c at Crocen or by mail ot ths a jolly winter with Whites Drug Store Second Btreet it should be BLUINE JlFG CO TTest Acton Mass 6- all tbl and such papers as The uear Garnett House 2440 periodicals with Climax and Road horses trotters and runners which lis clubs to beguile away the shod in any manner desired I have long winter evenings Our latch Just received an extra lot of four year string hangs out Full old second growth timber for repairing all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ care- Â¬ MATRIMONIAL- anteed at the very lowest prices Shop On Dec back of Brookss drug store Capt vV F Dndridge the proni Respectfully 18S8 1 will on the premises offer for sale iuent railroad builder and Miss Mollie 8febly S L M1DKLFF without reserve my farm containing Winn sister of Mr James W Winn Donelson will make you as good a of Mr Robert Miller of this place were married iu Winchester on buggy or carriage aa can be bought first in two equal parts and then as a anywhere in America apr4 tf Thursday evtuing December 20th Said farm is situated six miles whole from Richmond on Otter Creek half Handsome invitations sent out last If you want a nice buggy phaeton mile from Ked House Htation on KenWednesday announced the marriage rockaway carriage barouche or 27 28 tucky Central Railroad on good turn- Â¬ of Mr Sam A Deatherage of Madison coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t convenient to churches good pike county and Misa Hallie Welsh of c schools On the farm is a good ran malto lf6o prr comfortable Dar iirat Miuff our Jessamine county to take place in the The Queen and Crescent Route will ALBUkS Vfo baa tfee World for low pneH A on during the holidays sell excursion tickets Christian church Nlcholasville KU XlXttll PHOTOCUCAFII tlUlW Wednesday Jauimry 2nd 18S9 Mr between all stations on its line at one fare M x WW aib4t4l padIt 1 id e u vitft pita 33 and Dealherage is a prominent young farm- Â¬ and a third for the round irip Tickets Ion due- ht4iuertM iaf oC JU toorn Cumo One hundred and fifty acaes in grass sent tor tor Ewn rruTs 9 er aud Miss Welsh is one of the bright good going December 21 22 23 24 and Scare tore and f Il a trntodxx rcrrsn3fi8H5 twenty acres in wheat and remainder to or the n a fc S 83 S S fSM go in corn At same time I will sell scttisn or est young ladles in her county After 25 good to return until January 3rd the ceremony which will bo at 1030 Also good going December 29 30 and 31 Clnclnnall Ohio trESsaif Zr STS is it- - tLir muiioy 100 BARRELS OF CORN m b a oclock a 31 the couple will leave by the good to retnrn until January 5th Now if tl Jfiiii Cemestl one hundred shocks of fodder Cineinnnti Southern for Atlantawhere is the time to visit home and friends i 2 horse wagon and harness 2 good harness horses several weeks will be spent Elder S Further information furnished on applicaCan iw rtat In frerr fsatity OiM some young cqttle plows harness c W Crntcber of Belton Mo will per tion to agents of the Queen and Crescent irore iiht than tbm onHaarf Ihih Terms will be given on day of sale r all txeil Lata sen tqr Kipru for The ushers will system In addition a special rate of form the ceremouy thirty criti ik h Sale commence promptly et 10 U 8 tllinjr loup l ot In Uttawt oclockwill M be Messrs M B Arbuckle S P Dealh- Â¬ 3 00 will be made bttwecyi Cincinnati A tod for lllD irrox cirtnt r to FORSHEE M Phelps of Richmond and and Lexington tickets good December 24 erage D U3HAKiKClnelsst0 SAML BIGGERSTAFF 2S 38 j6 8 Messrs CP Perry Robert Duncan lo Jenuary 5 Z E Bush Auetr KM tsati gig Trio Feed Mill OIJTTEE GRINDER AMD SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Only Combined Feed Mill Made Warranted to rmrt hTm Give Satisfaction traa tie fM4Teret sized Grinders Hew Barter Shop COBB same vm as any ume 8Lsa3 one Seed for drcnlar to uomaj utd nirfwiw is FRAZEIt L7 53 MOOKE Williamsburg Ind MACY ar 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m rives Paris 755 p m Isote No 3 Daily between Kichwssa1 Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covins tow Lexi Â¬ ngton and Winchester Direct eonBeetion in mad at Wlswhcaaer wlth Cbempeake and OMo for Jtt Tlsjsllaaj AslilaiHl HulluUH ITiarttansm W Yaw aud Eastern titles FAST LI SB No 3 and 1 nut via Wln eheMroild Train with Iallaaan Cars netween Cincinnati and KIcnamasLYa and WiBcto wter and Waahlnsjton D C Throogh Tickets ami Haannga Cheeked la any desiinailon reached by a railroad Kor fnll ixtrtleMlars atMrcM oreatlati any agent of Mm Company w S F B XOH8B R H BACOX Gen ramY AfcL Tmv raa AtCoviUBtoHKy Lextncton Ky H E HUNTINGTOX FBCARR Asa Geu Manx cer Ktchsaead Ky General Offices Covington Ky 3 BeesBM- - and - Â¬ A1TTI H ft CHICKEN J SPEED SMITH CHAS S POWML SMITH I POWELL 1 Cholera Cure 11 MC 53A V J llldlli IttVv Mill artTa i - 9 Amid the excitement of buying and selling fancy goods c for Christmas want Medicines fully prepared and dispensed to go to dont forget if you PUBLIC SALE Thursday 27th son-in-la- Whites Prescription Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House J Â¬ -- - im Brick Residence We represent ten of the strong- Â¬ est Fire Insurance Coxpasik in the world We represent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest raid un caoital in the world the Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that povs its losses without dis count and does not make you of dollars worth of agree in iin poller to wait sixtvThousands days after a Are to get your money chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than All Companies charge the same all other diseases combined But the rate then discovery of a remedy ib2X fluitivtly Why not Insure in theBest cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Insure vour house and coniaata one hundred chickens It is guar- and sleep soundly it will be too anteed If after using two thirds of late aner you are rwrneu out a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Out Coiiipitnies have ever 40 satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken 000000 caoital and over iiOO- Cholera return it to the undersigned 000000 asaits vis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - a x HE Â¬ iI a -- and your money will be refunded 10 18 STOCKTON WILLIS Liverpool Loiiooa Glow CoOMDCTCiBl AanLta iaavytA Enfant Guardian 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articles on Art and Ilewe Deeera tim Secure XJW 3 MOSITHS IP-R-lSIEa I a Including five Colored Plates namely a STORMY COAST SCENE m Oc Â¬ and a tober a WATER LILY MOONLIGHT MARINE in Novem ber a WINTER LANDSCAPE and a charming Female Figure HEARTS ARE TRUMPS in December Â¬ all that 1st the kend together with VS time to January and secure for thk advertisement Before is fc UAUL7 MV ottered above KXTBA COLOKKD STVOIKS Srme Fern including four Uei Coast Little Rose Hud Ciild Birds of Paradise making 4 1889 33 COLORED PLATES r h Who Suljsorlbe rr TheseDoeomlier In i The TwenU four Colored Studies for 181 uill include Autumn Landscape Winter Land cape Sunet Landecaie Svoaet Marine Jacqueminot Roses Car nations Daffodils Tulips Apples Girls Head and others not yet chosen 2fn are iu- - itcd U slate your preference lailk oml delay Address JWXTAGUE 26-- Â¬ MARKS 23 town SqHsre N Y FOR SI f KtU American Naturalist and The Cli max Andover Review and The Climax Art Journal and The Climax Art Amateur and The Climax THE NEXT SESSION WILL OPEN Atlantic Monthly and The Climax LArt and The Climax Wcdncsdav Sept 12 88 Bankers Magazine and The Climax Bradstreets Journal and The Climax Commercial and Financial Chroni- Â¬ cle and The Climax The PREPAitATortY Department is under tbe supervision of ibo Faculty Contemporary Review and The Cli- Â¬ max and no paius will be spared to make this Electric Magazine and The Climax Edinburgh Review and The Climax Electrician and The Climax Fortnightly Review and The Climax all that eau be desired Our aim is to The Grapic and The Climax prepare boys for College and at the Library Journal and The Climax time give a thorough practical educa Â¬ Littells Living Age and The Climax tion to tltose who can not take the reg Â¬ Medical Journal and The Climax- ular course Special attention will be Musical Courier and The Climax given to Writing Composition Book The Nation and Tlie Climax Police Gazette and The Climax Keeping and Civil Engineering Nature and The Climax Attention is called to the following oointuunicution from one of our pa- Â¬ Nineteenth Century and The Cli max trons a prominent citizen of the com Â¬ munity Mr Burntim states clearly North American Review and The Climax tbe methods pursued and the character nf work doue in this department of the Popular Science Monthly and The Climax University Port Folk and The Climax Richmond Kv June iSth iSSS Delineator and The Climax Quarterly Review and The Climax Dr L H BLANTON Scottish Review and The Climax Chancellor of Central University St Nicholas and The Climax My Dear Vector Last fall I Spirit ot the Times and The Climax started my oldest son then in his twelfth 1 un neia ana r arm ana 1 ne Climax year with some misgivings as to the wis The Voice of Masonry and The Cli max dom of the step to the Preparatory Department of your college and during the Young Ladies Journal and The Climax second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ Young 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boys You ha e been China Mail and The Climax 3630 fortunate in securing instructors for this Melbourne Australasian and The Climax department who arc gifted in this respect 1055 and I earnestly hope that their services Calcutta Statesman and The Climax 2560 may be secured premanently to the young Journal Des Debats and The Climax 19 55 boys of this community and that the high Artiste and The Climax - 14 70 grade of proficiency that now obtains in Blaetter fur Literarische and The Climax this department may continue 9S0 Deutsche Rundschau and The Cli- Â¬ I am verv truly yours max A R BURNAM 670 53 For further information and Forllj emmet and The Climax 330 Copenhagen Folkcts MUe and The Catalogue apply to Climax 430 L H BLANTON 5- The above list embraces only a few of Chancellor the vast list of Periodicals and Journals that club with The Climax We can secure for The Climax subscribers any periodical or city daily or weekly at re- Â¬ CEHTRAL UNIVERSITY School Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ killed The red remorseless sun rolled on Lexington is endeavoring to have a Oer Lucknows brazen skye Through weary days and weeks and fifty thousand dollar Chamber of Com merce building months Like some great glaring eye W E Fairclotb a grocer at Mun 4 30 That looked with fierce relentless gaze dayaFerrv Woodford county killed 45 On us whose hope was dead Boblsom colored 45 Who counted life by short sad hours John Baughman aged 77 years and 2S0 As breath by breath they sped Mrs Jane Leouard aged 98 years died 490 iu Lincoln couuty 390 We knew the fate that Cawnpore met 280 We knew the sepoys hate The Relief Committe at Galnsville 400 Despair had settled in resolve 3 7o FIh will return to the donors all sur- Â¬ To die but shun the fate 53 plus funds subscribed to yellow fever those we knew but could 45 OfWho trusted sepoy faith not save sufferers 5 5S 470 For woe was theirs in woes worst form A man in Washington Ind got up And then at last was death before day aud started to the barn On 5 35 the way he fell and his neck catching We had a few short hours to live 4 50 between the pickets of a fehce was If life was in the gloom broken That held us while each joyless face 630 Seemed gazing at its tomb was 555 Robert Gentry a braneman 600 And Hark right through the cannons run over by two freight trains near roar Stanford and so cut to pieces that the A womans voice rings clear largest fragment would not have 630 Dinna ye hear the slogan lads weighed ten pounds 630 The Highlanders are here The elephant Chief who has killed 630 A pause and every ear was bent eleven meu was executed at the win- Â¬ The welcome sound to hear ter quarters of Adam Fureoaughs C 00 But none were blest it only came menagerie at Philadelphia His own- Â¬ 530 6 55 To that Scotch lassies ear er was afraid of his vicious dispositiou 400 Who nurtured mid her hcatheren hills Chief was valued at 5000 465 By lock and roaring linn 1100 Carter B Harrison a resident of 630 Had caught her countrys battle cry Murfreesboro Tenn is a brother of Through roar and storm and din 5S0 President elect Harrison While an 970 Then cheeks that faintly flushed with hope officer iu the Federal army during the Again grew deathly pale war he met the widow Lyttle and 530 And sterner grew each warriors brow after the war returned to Murfreesboro 555 And sadder womans wail and was married 495 As over each desponding face 585 Dr E N Yelland of Philadelphia Gathered more deep despair 530 who has made several gifts to Wllber 855 As night and storm take deeper gloom 6 30 force University is Bald to have recent- Â¬ After the lightnings glare S55 ly transferred to that institution one 6 35 Again the cannons bellowed out thousand acres of mineral lands in 465 Sad suller deep and slow Eastern Kentucky iu return for the 4 15 degree of D D recently conferred 4 So But dauntlessly their British throats Belched back the dastard foe 670 upon him When once again that clear voice rings The late Centennial Exposition at 5 30 Dinna ye hear it noo Cincinnati has a liquidated debt of 555 The slogans ceased the pibrock rings 083000 and an utstauding debt or Dye hear I told ye true 42000 making tbe total expenditures Aye true bagpipes fierce and shrill 725000 at the outside Tito receipts Screamed vengeance at the foe amounted to S400OC0 There will be 495 Then fiuted low and soft to us collected from those who gave guaran- Â¬ 495 As if to soothe our woe tee notes 35 per cent of their face value 395 595 Oh blessed pipes how well they played to meet the delinquency Their music teemed divine 530 The Wesl Point Terminal System And lassie twas this tune they played of Virginia has absorbed the Richmond 43 This same sweet Auld Lang Syne aud Danville 858 miles tbe Virginia 4 65 Oh well I love the Highland pipes Midland 313 miles the Georgie Pa- Â¬ And well the Highland tongue cific 516 miles East Tennessee Vir170 But fondest dearctt best of all ginia and Georgia 1603 the Georgia 310 I love this sw eet old song Central 2200 miles Total railroad 4S0 Its followed me through all the years 6859 miles aud total rail and water 100 Across Ute land and sea Hues 7372 miles The total bonds 2S0 Twill go down with me to my grave and stock are 57614061 215 Where eer that grave may be commission appointed by Gov 1 And there are tears in mine While float to us this summer night The strains of Auld Lang Syne Ah if it brought my memories up To you youd mock no more For heaven may have sweeter songs But earth has none Im sure John C Waggener was killed New Haven Ky on Tuesday Pittsburg has a fleet of 2j290000 bushels of coal on the way down the river John McAlee a Louisville butcher fell by accident on his knife and was A private letter to a gentleman in New York from the Argentine Re- Â¬ The public South America says LRpYALKSSfJI best of all business here Is gambliug legitimate I mean Introducing Amer- Â¬ ican running trotting and carriage horses selling the last named aud racing the first two in one or two races Tbe best then disposing of them horses from England France aud Rus sia are going there tbe Eugllsb and French horses for racing purposes and the Russian horses for carriage use This year some thirty trotters have been sent from the United States One with a record of 226 sold for 17000 another Pickwick for 21500 in gold and I dont think as yet we have a horse that can beat 220 I haye ecu 33000 pool tickets at 2 each sold in one room on a trotting race of a dusli of 3500 metres aud have known of S160 000 more wagered on the same race In A marvel of This powder never varies the other three pool rooms in town purity streiia tl and wlioleMinienem More economical loan the onliuary Something similar occurs every week eannot be told in competition with the mul and titudes ot low test short welslit alumeana Bold only in A most singular state of affairs ex- phosphate powders koYAt IlAKiNo POWDKRCO 10b Wall Street ists In Fayette county regarding the New York 2lM value of land It is a Tact now being demonstrated by nearly every sale that occur rs here that the lands of this county have depreciated ns much as from 33 to 50 per cent and yet nine out of ten of the owners of Fayette ILL M THE- - P Greatest Bargains of IP YOU FASL TO Your Life liSIT BfflKLEY BROS KTX 3r PLACE Absolutely Pure DT Â¬ Â¬ 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for XI Of 16 Yards 4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for xioo 12 Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for S100 Clothing- Boot- and Shoes Hats and Caps and Ladies aRf Gents Eurnishing Goods is Complete - couuty laud would be glad to see it de preciate more and a large majoriiy of tbetn would be glad to fee it fall lo ten cents an acre There are two reasons for this One is that they hope that the depreciation in the value of the lands will reduce the amouut of taxes another ia that they do not want to sell their homes and do not want their children to do so after them nearly every oue of them has a sneaking idea that some of these dajs he will bo able to buy a little more of it The result is that there are few men among the laud owners of this country who want laud to go up and nobody ever hears of a farmer here trying to boost the price of land until it is found that he has to sell Lexington Transcript FROM THE WEST Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the only medicine or Its class that Is jrnar- UlDDAUTm I a a diseases for wak n It 18 recommenuu the money paid for It will be promptly rerunaea Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors or eruption from the common pimple blotch poison salt to the worst Scrofula or blood rbeum or Tetter Eczema Erysipelas Fever sores Hip Joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and Swellings Enlargred Glands Goitre or Thtek Neck and 31111 Sores or Ulcers Golden Medical Discovery cures CoosimP tion which is Scrofula of the Lungs by its invigorating- wonderful blood - purifying and nutritive properties II taken In timeÂ¬ For Weak Lungs Spitting ot Dlood Short ness of Breath Catarrh in tbe Head Bron Â¬ chitis Sovero Coughs Asthma and kindred It 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IRVINE STREET Next Door to Post OiRce Finite ProoipUy Repairing And Story of the Merv ODonovan Memorie and Rime Joaquin Miller The Bowsham Puzzle Habberton My Musical Memories Haweis In the Heart of Africa Baker The Fortunes of Rachel Hale J Wit Wisdom and Philosophy Richterr- Himself Again Goldsmith The Home in Poetry Hollow ay Rutherford Fawcett tbinn Ten Years a Police Court Judge A Yankee School Teacher Baldwin Life of Wickhff Wilson J3eware of Imitations True Lathrop Christmas in Narragansett Hale TNSIST upon nobblns Electric Dont tale Working People and Their Employers a Macoetic Electro Magic Philadelphia Electric or any other baud simply because it is cheap They Howard the Christmas Hero Holloway win nun clothes and are dear at any price Ask for The Hero of Cow pens McConkley Destruction of Gothem Miller 3 OBlUSS ELECTKIO-O- and take no other Nearly erery grocer from Maine The Coming Race L tton to Mexico keeps it in stock If yours hasnt it he Life of Martin Luther Kostlin vrM 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undersigned would respectfully an- Â¬ nounce to those contemplating building that they are prepared to contract for Buildings of ZtrTZZZr1m PKtIt ihlE bt Evert Description le 2C tf wuu 27 Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plans furnished on application on short notice iONG COLEY apr ntf Contractors and Builders B h 8SS Solid Gwld WaUku Midwraivu vtuuiawiy g t WUCUIMWWM VftfflBdl tut narisPEmBEjlBSIl raatao naary KimSsJFSxRsi iJSs3KBKssJi 3 eaa aarqra aaa fraa urgx ajwvai Ktla Vm of IIoauchalc1 febjaaaplcse Taea aataaira aa r aa KM WKU wr pck 8rV- aad aftatr raa tava tk aaoaxaa aad aaawm taaa or tVcni la 9W boa vrba aaaykava caUaa ttey caaa yaw aw jrrawtj wr T av ww waaa as caua aa aa aaia a4raa aad tMUMpfie 4L Wanay aD axptvM IMaata UutiafUMt aad reat aia wta warkj aal caM of aeat valaa nS Cine Veraoaiuaaca la- caiti h4 oaa 2qi lafttra FOR SALE OR RENT I The handsome known as the bricic lesidence torftr Eolloi7iTay jE3Lcto o for pale or rent Also beautiful new collage on North Btreet for rent Apply to Db G V Evjuss or 21- - f k4 on Hillsdale street ttUcaOAd Co MX 812XaTtlu4KUlnc J Speed Shim For 150 you get The Climax one year and any three of the following list of books Macaulays Essays Light of Asia Arnold Manliness oftChrist Hughes Imitation of Christ Kempis Rowland Hill Charlesworth Town Geology Kingsly Salon of Madam Necker Ethics of the Dust Ruskin Mr Horn and his friends Joan ot Arc Lamartine Thoughts of Aurelius Antonius The Hermits Kingsly John Ploughman s Pictures Pulpit Table Talk Ramsey Bible and Newspaper Spurgeon John Calvin Guizart Sharps Culture and Religion The Nutritive Cure Walton The Persian Queen Thwing Ingersoll Answered Parker Blood of Jesus Reid Reminiscences of Lyman Beecher American Humorists Howels Highways of Literaturelryde Charlotte Bronte Holloway A Winter jn India Baxter Jewish Artisan Life Delitsch French Celebrities The Clew of the Maze Spurgeon Chinese Gonion Forbes Archibald Malmaison Hawthorn OH Sailors Yarns An Unfttunate Woman Turgenleff The above books are equal Th erery res pect to tbe preceding ones except not as Urge Buckner to audit the due bilN of ex Treasurer Tate consists of Attorney General Hardin Judge W P D Bush and Col John Barrett These gentle- Â¬ men are now in session at Frankfort and will complete their task at once Col Barrett thinks about 25000 or perhaps 30000 of the 60000 can be C M Laustmann collected Courier Journal The Carlisle Mercury says Judge NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF W P Rosa went lo Vauceburg TuesTIIE UNITED STATES day lo attend Court He is engaged iu a case involving the will of Hon Oakland Cal Dec 6 18S8 F M Bedinger who was a soldier in Superintendents School Officers lo the Revolutionary War Representa- Â¬ Teachers and the Friends of Educa- Â¬ tive iu the first Kentucky Legislature tion generally from Bourbon aud Nicholus aud alter Greeting The next meeting of wards twice member of Congress this Department will be held in the Bedinger wrote a very lengthy City of Washington D C on the 6lh Mj will with his own hand and the case 7th and 8th of March 1589 Nothing will be left undone by those now in court arises over a reversiou of property in charge to make this meeting of the Department of Superintendence take rank with the most notable of its pre- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS- decessors iu point of attendance gen- Â¬ eral interest aud real profit to the The 8300 imported stallion Torilla Cause of ducation Clay Lex Â¬ To this end a most cordial and press- the property of Ferguson ing invitation is hereby extended to ington is dead you to attend and participate iu the Farmers of Hancock county Ohio proceedings are said to have realized from 150000 A strong programme will be prepar- Â¬ to 200000 out of their crop of clover ed in accordance with which live sub Â¬ seed this year jects iu the general field aud in special Messrs Hnudman Haas have lines of educational work and thought will be presented in able papers by about wound up their slangbter of tur Â¬ prominent men aud women and keys During the season they have ample time will be aflorded for their killed and shipped 2000 head approx- Â¬ imating 200000 pounds Danville Ad- Â¬ thorough dUcusbion The widest possible representation of vocate geographical sections aud individual St Louis is the greatest mule market opinions is earnestly desired in the world The sales amount to These Department meetings at the over 6000000 per year Atlanta Ga Nations Capital have been productive comes next and takes iu over 2000000 in the past of much genuine good to The stock 13 raised in Tennessee Ken- Â¬ the cause of Popular Education In- Â¬ tucky aud Missouri deed no small part of the progress made Buford Hall sold to Mr Henry Mar- Â¬ within the last tenor fifteen years Is tin 011 Monday a pajr of work mnles traceable directly to their influence R F Pack sold to Burgess for 250 possibilities in this direction so The Fields 50 hogs that averaged 341 fur from being exhausted suggest such W H Leach pounds Price S cents meetings as aflording tbe very best sold 10 Jan Carroll of Nicholasville 31 possible opportunities for still further cattle weighing 1040 pounds at 3 cents directing aright the educational per pound Nicholasville Democrat thought and aud activity of the coun- Â¬ At the sale of personal property of try It may here be noted that the results the late Capt F Gano Hill near Cen of the meetings of this Department are tervllle Jas Long bought Norma not circumscribed or ephemeral the brown mare 2 years old by Alexan- Â¬ proceedings being published by the ders Norman for 950 Thomas Car Bureau of Education and sent grat- Â¬ rick bought Sallie sorrel three years uitously all over the country as Circu- Â¬ old by Expert dam Miss Hawkins lars of Information It seems but for 405 Louis Cook Norma Strath proper and right in this connection to more 6 years old by Strathmore dam record thus publicly the obligations and by Alexanders Narmsn for 610 grateful acknowledgements of this De j Thomas Carrick Strathford bay colt partment which are justly due to Hon foaled 88 by Abbottsford dam by N H R Dawson United States Com- Â¬ Strathmore for 270 missioner of Education for valued asSays the Farmers Home Journal sistance attentions and courtesies James Tuggart of Finchville Ky The time of the meeting has been gold recently to Stanley Veech Mc fixed In accordance with suggestions Corroick of same place his d received from many quarters It Im- Â¬ jack Golden Cross by Caldwells mediately follows as will be seen Giant for 1500 We reported last tbe dale of the inauguration of tbe week a sale by Mr Taggartof the Jack President and thus affords the oppor- - Silver Crown at 1000 to same par- Â¬ tunlty for those who attend to be pres ties but on last Saturday they decided ent also at the ceremonies of that oc- Â¬ to take Golden toss instead at the casion If tbey wish with little addi Â¬ above price This leaves Mr Taggart tional expense or loss of lime still the owner of Silver Crown wlio It i Loped aud believed that a ma- Â¬ won the sweepstakes prize at the terial reduction from the current rates Shelbyville Fair last fall of transporlation will be secured for The New York World says The thote who attend this meeting steamer Tower Hill got off yesterday Suggestions looking to tile efficiency of the coming meeting will be gladly for Loudon with 342 lieeves for Mr Goldsmith and 1320 quarters of beef received for Mr Morris The 342 cattle included Very cordially yours 323 Kentucky Shorthorn steers from Fked M Campbell Bourbon county that averaged at home President 1823 lbs for which Mr Goldsmith W R Thiqpen Secretary paid Mr C Alexander some weeks The corner stone of tbe Good Saraar ago about 6c per lb live weight at itau Hospital for colored people was home and which when lauded iu laid at Charlotte N C Tuesday In the London about fourteen days from yes presence of an immense crowd of both terday will stand the owner Mr Gold Â¬ white and colored people The build- Â¬ smith 140 per bead It appears to be ing of the hospital has been undertaken conceded that u better lot of steers was entirely by white people aud- - under never sent from America to England tbe auspices of the Episcopal Church Mr Gold uniih also sends from Balti- Â¬ ThM5iilored ministers who participated more to day or to morrow hi the in the exercises expressed their grati- Â¬ Mteamer Grecian for Glasgow a lot of tude at such an evidence o iru rellg 290 mainly fancy Kentucky Bicer Ion from tbe same lieMuky farm of Mr And he the glorous Highland chief Whose years too quickly sped Still lives in eery generous heart Though sleeping with the dead And when he entered heavens gates The happy hosts to join The greeting song the angels sung Im sure was Auld Lang Syne Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-olm Â¬ av AV f W - X y l VSSYS1 When The Climax found VV a its way into our little city it did not ffRonTHiY fiud it the king of cities as its name iQriCQ during seems to imply but found Its way into ofrenf elcniccruqutiqe of cMl he atfOickeL one of the many jewels that bedeck Aei2Sfcr txcKMewagfc Werner the crown of the King of Hopes Toinffrtn Uff tit nfnn f n as none have such endless source of diir DllfcuqtuuLniunvu ATXiAXTTSL GA caoruiys natural wealth as this the grand old 25 23 of Missouri Especially do the Slate peopleof North west Missouri enjoy the high state of cultivation to which tills favored district has attained to and loudly announce to the world that the JS TUS X ITfEST ASD BEST Latch string hangs out That we are not hedged in by a high vote of taxation that no uuwise Iegiulnlion of oursjias any tendancy to drive a citi zen from our midst or pa1 eastern emigration over into the arms of our neighbors that we have a public school system equal to any State in the Union Besides these there are thou Â¬ sands of other reasons for my making these broad assertions That tbe pros- Â¬ pect of the best market in the world is just drawing to our people by this I mean that In a very few years we will be living as it were almost in sight of three of the greatest cities except New York these are Kansas City St Joe and Omaha Then our beef aud pork will be packed here and transported across the continent at a less expense It stands at the head ot all good onran Those who desire to hare the best orxan thoultl acquaint then ot oor liiKrasienta Do1 tm witu tho than at present thereby leaving thou Â¬ take our woil forBH riU we sarSjut anil MM our what ice sands of dollars iu tbe pockets of the latruaienl If 110 itoalcr sella onr oncaaa ia yoax locenty write to the factory farmers that would otherwise go to the J3XJY railroad company where our grain will all be garnered thereby affording Address MILLER ORGAN CO Walojuesde m 3LEI5AfOrf Ta us the opporluuity of being the earliest bird and catching the worm besides 9 34 furnishing us with a market for our dairy and poultry products The real estate will demand prices equal to our distant eastern friends But returning Tho OWginal Wins to our little cily yuu find it one of the C F Simmons St L001 Fropr M A Simmons Liver Medicine Estd fourth class with about 1000 inhabi- Â¬ 1S40 m the V S Court defeats JÂ¬ II Zulu Propr A Q Simmon Liv tants ten years old a well represented er Regulator Etd by Zeilin 1S68 1 M A fA h business four churches and the various cured Indigestion Bilioisnem civic societies no saloous or a single ITSFErSIASlCK HZADACHBLOST ArriTiTTt Soi r bTOMACH Etc drunkard 31 miles north of St Joseph riev t 11 Beams FaatorM K Church Adams Tenn writes on a branch of the C B O surround I ik 1 snouia nave Dcen dead bat ed by an agricultural district that can for your Genuine M A Sim- Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I have not be excelled iu beauty or produc- Â¬ sometimes hid to suhstitiite 9 Zeilms stuff for yoor Medi tion fanned by the gentle breezes of csrs cine but it dont aaswer the summer and stiffened by the cold purpose urj n orares inator Tht of winter A view of tills dis- Â¬ frosts -- -trict in spring summer or fall would 5 v TWM U4TW Medicine and have ased half of it compare favorably with the peep Itworkslikea charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer Â¬ Moses had of the Promised Land but tainly no mere ofZeiuns ssizterc every bitter has its sweet aud when the northerner calhfupou us and orders the mercury to take a seat at about 30 below zero we are heard to complain 49 40 forgetting that such is nature Then there there is the cyclone that swoops down upon us on short notice dealing death and destruction on every hand Its the thoughts of the monster that causes terror stricken women aud chil- Â¬ dren to seek a place of safety at the appearance of auy little cloud whether day or night Yet I would not ex- Â¬ change this for the Sunny South with all its sweet remembrances All these things are forgotten though wbendame nature has finished her works and awarded the farmers with great fields of golden grain who seemingly un- Â¬ conscious of what has been or hi differ-Â¬ ent to what is to be merrily costs bis earnings into the numerous red barns that ornament our beautiful Pha POTmlftf TJWtt bAnr that I greet the weekly visits of The It is with no slight degree of pleasure Climax y VjeSycfAeKyrjL y ot oxev t r M 4i GOKMLEY Lfc CO iTlir j Sickness wJmTjkJmbM iMihntT6 rwii Iff Wi AND klrflLLEBORSAN BSB3lJ9eill jaan iy -- TTTO-8 3 Â¬ MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY I JfOOTIISit To The Public SOOTS SHOES ATO EATS K- T WILL AC Fall--and--Wint- er- P Goods Â¬ We have an immense stock of CONSISTING OF AEaXa G RABS3S and from tho medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought good to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share ot youij patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Respectfully mek2i iy WLLGE RilGE THE L8VETT V PhlMl SEAT FASTENED country - Many summers have passed since witnessed the parting of friends beiug too small to comprehend a separation Yet fresh and lasting ou my memory are the names of many individuals that are made mention of in The Climax Wishing it unbounded suc cess which it fully deserves I take the liberty to proclaim myself its friend Â¬ Indianapolis I Cincinnati LAFAYETTE 3ullmji Glsaplcsr Cars and Elegant Ito Choir Cars on Night cllnine naii SrliiBS THIS IS TIIE ohicag o end Kit IWHlfflfcl SEAT FASTHffiS Tlj Entirt Tnlsi Un TH8CCCH wt Clinr Trains Uasndficcnt Farlor Cars en Day Trains SOZal 3 C ZXt-is-CXiJ- f3 EYM ISY1STED U typj the seat firmlr and tmmovaelT asd an Tt It eaa be rhaaaul bisaute TS f- Satf by maU cents In stamps or Sia -to parties parch alns territory tSeSj Sat yEuSSs Sri W CETWEBX- - - J T Wagers Distanced in the Race THE gists possessed of such wonderful cura- Â¬ C I St - C aad T U W Short Mas tive properties as to warrant their Commodious Rocllnine Chair Cars lrWEEH manufacturers iu guaranteeing them to cure the disease for which they are Via SHEIiBOlI You get a cure or recommended CIStLa C and TV WBTIds mouey paid for them returned The at rhlc go St toals and re oris dase ird Doctors Golden Medical Discovery wedlste connections are- tnide itllb all Usesta to and from the northwest Wfst aad Seathweot cures all diseases caused by derange Â¬ Esggrt ment of the liver as billiousness in Â¬ Tnct Ticitts ulot any tstds to all rds fil Matt Can be obtained Ticket 0oe C I SL L digestion or dyspepsia also all blood Ii C It y also via this line at all Coupon Ttcatt Offices Ihrnwirhowt Ira country skin ecalp diseases tetter fall rheum IOHN ECANOeaIPanaadTtjpsct scrofulous sores swellings and kindred dSCrNATlQ T- Why should Dr Pierces medicines not distance all competitors in amount of sales as they are doing since they are the only medicines sold by dug and Tasdalla Line Pullman Tuflet Sleeping Cars Pullman RecHnfoc Chair Cars New First Class Coarhe Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through ilhout change between Cincinnati and St Louis Cincinnati tand St Big Four Louis TIs the I St BiHn iT L C a - I TlCo5m1 M- - WATirj RTt Aiilmrn rrv V Cincinnati and Peoria HI VIA Elegant Reclining Chclr Cars BETWISH StiOHLER FAXD VP CLPJXAX oiioi2sr3rAax 02110 SO STOCK 900000 0 j 00 r MANUFACTURERS ailments Dont hawk hawK and blow blow everybody but use Dr Catarrh Remedy aud be cured ay disgusting 8ages Business and Pleasure Vehicles Bssrs Propriators ui Sale A new bank with S200000 capital has been organized at Nicholasville GEASS Largt AND FIELD stock in motto Best BEND OB CATAIQt 1035 wl f SscisfrVtefmri rVfssft- - RfC --- -- SL 3 Central Kr nmcky Gtfr Goods and Lowest Coiwfetrat Prices Mr J M Cromwell and Miss P CARROLL Berry were married in Harrison couu Â¬ 77 and 79 W Main St ty on the 12th XfcxiNGiojJ Ky janiiiy amfmoat complete Ea BRYANT 1 STRUT iASSaSiitS3SLOUlSVli IEKY Mmw COLLEGE