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Ar si we- - jvwj ak i wr-- r- - t- aji SijS3Rtin r4 - - rsitsrrmr - t- K 1 -- fvfvj Hy -- gfe Jf icri-u4fr- -J 1 NVUJ I 1 J rv YOLTTME n Mifjli- RICHMOND MADISON CQIJNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1889 - Pressure EIGHTEEN EIGHTY NINE fluids daring the year but he also made a simultaneous vow that the rules might be suspended under certain contingencies 1 When oompumentary bottles of wine etc were sent to tbe office 2 When laboring under a sense of dis Â¬ couragement when a new name is added to the subÂ¬ scription list 4 When he felt tbat he actually needed something 5 On any special occasion However to offset this apparent relaxa Â¬ tion of the rules be also made a vow not to taste a drop under any dreumstaaees whatever during tbe year that has just gone or during any previous year since Adam was created The habit of promiscuous calling while in a partially inebriated condition which has fallen Into neglect in most of the large cities still prevails in an epidemic form in many towns The objections to this forced conviviality are very numerous During the latter part of the day although there is no dancing on tbe programme the enter-Â¬ tainment often ends with a reel by the caller It is much better to have a basket hung where tbe young men can deposit their ballots and then go about their busi-Â¬ ness The average young man can stand a good deal but when ten or fifteen pounds of soggy fruit cake moistened with forty dif- Â¬ ferent chemical abominations masquerad- Â¬ ing as French Cognac Genuine Sherry Old Port and other thinly disguised aXiattt I say when all these begin to penetrate his system he is liable to fodo away before another Now Years Day dawns Still another ponl threatens tho young man who calls that is if he pulls through During tho afternoon he Is liable to propose NUMBER 29 riWJBJONAlijCAIlJS DR A WILKES SMITH Practice Limited to OFFICE Dentistry Smith BaiMing Mam Street Office home 990 to 1200 M ieo to juness tf 4 00 P M J ii C MORGAN -- DDS sapariUa It pnrifies eiiruJies ami vitalizes the blood and thus strengthens every function and faculty of the body m valuable as IA ins liaracterixM these modern day The u Milt Is a fearful increase ol Brain and Heart Diseases General Ie WUty InAmnia lnilysit ami In- Â¬ sanity Chloral and Morphia augment the cil The medicine best adapted to do permanent imhI Is Ayers 3ar I have used Ayers SarsaparflU in my family for years I hare found it jum22tf OFFICE Mhid rtreet over Mndi National Batik iliobmoud Ky A Cure iDR J M POYNTZ AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Seeond tlreet next lo jnutfStf Viltes Drag Store G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Heoond street OFFICE june22tf DRS TAYLOR Grocery Store ASHE juut2t Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dyke Perry I have been a practicing physician for over halt a century and during that time I hare never found so jtowerful and reliable an alterative and Woful pnrifier a Ayers Sarsaiwrilla Dr M Maxstart Liouisville Ky 111 for Xerrotu Debility caused by an in acdre lirw and s low state of the bkHfd Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio for some time I have been troubled with heart disease I never fouml any- Â¬ thing to lielp we until I began using Ayers Sarsaiwrilla I have ouly uetl this medicine nix monllis but it has re Â¬ lieved me from my trouble ami euabled hh to resume work J P Carzauelt Down down throush tbo yoars we sWo la spite of wind aud weither Ttsse mores alooaaad will not stay Se ob we go together We ean not stop to chat with yoe Although yon seem so near Bat a we hasten on our way We wish yoa all a Hapry Year NEW YEARS DAY A Sconn lrom Colonel Percy lercrrs ClmruiIiiK BoinHstlc Cirelo The Season or Swrarius Ofl and Sinking Calls i EB scene is in Aus- Â¬ tin Tes and in the sitting room of tbe Ayers Sarsaparilia TREPAKBD BY DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stalm Residence at Cor Maiu and Tales Creek Avenue June 22 tf OflnrH lii- - ik oWmoijhI services to Hie publle Ofiiee in drug store on loupr Msiii jiily27 ly Street IUetimood Ky Dr J Inee C Ayer 1 Co six Lattice ti LoweH Mass Worth Ji a bottle 43 DR PHIL ROBERTS if Mil are Stoni CLAUDE SMITH Desires to ftiipotmce thot opited a new DR U- - C AMBROSE KY l vails it is colder in Texas than a dogs nose in Jinewerry to borrow ono of Opie Reads colored aphorisms Colonel Percy Yerger was seated near the lire nursing his lower limbs which owing to an attack of rheumatism abounded in almost as many curves as a pretzel Ho was in a bad humor Mrs Tergar was sit- Â¬ ting near the window sewing She was in a somewhat sentimental mood Jchnny their eldest son a student at tbe University of Texas and a very promising youth was en Â¬ lie lias gaged in tho manufacture of a composition on lip mansion of Colonel Percy Yerger An impression prevails in the Northern States tbat tho cli- Â¬ mate in Texas is al- Â¬ most tropical So it is in hot weather but in the fall of tho year when the Toxas sas I am glad If 1 oava been of service Mrs Of course it is Weed returned she best for me to go now but I shall always bold a kind retrard for you and the children that has grown ii my heart during my two weeks stay with you Then Aunt Grell loft the room Tho crunch of whecis on too frozen gVonnd re-Â¬ minded her that Mr Weed without and would convey her to the Corners Kiss rag the invalid and Rouig once more to the children Auut Grell made ready to depart Dont go aunty dont go sobbed little Malgc who was oaiy four and as sweet a child as the kind old maid bad ever held to her yearning heart That appeal and the pitiful pleading upturned face brought the tears to Aunt GreU6 eyes I must go now but I will come again said sho queried Johnnie a boy of To day eight who clung to Aunt GreUs skirts aud looked up with bright eyes into her face Not to day dear but soon Bat mamma says its New Years Aunt Grell and and when we was so sick jest Christmas she said when New Years come wedgetsomepresents men Madge Mamma says the doctors to pay and we cant get em I thought That might bring you something And I will my cried Aunt Grell quickly Before bed timo to night dear children look for something and now good bye Both children she kissed again and then hurried from the room and the house Mr Weed assisted her to a seat in tho old buggy and soon the two rattled away two pairs of us when a sound fell on hor ear the jingle of bells She must be near the rood With a last desperate effort she reeled toward th sound caught sight of a dark object mov Â¬ ing throBghttie woods then fell fainting la the snow Eh what is this A woman by Ju-Â¬ piter Robert Waraen sprang from his comfort able seat under the robes and lifted Aunt Grell into his cutter She still Citing to doll and skates the other presents having beeh dropped by tbe way Ah I understand muttored the gen Â¬ tleman It must be Geraldine Ward 1 Heavens 1 hope shes not dead Then he lashed his horses to a gallop and ten minutes later entered the Weed farm bouse with Aunt Grell m his arms A little later she opened her eyes to find h bearded countenance leaning over her Sho attempted to cover her face but he Geraldine he said hold her hands have you no welcome for me and New Years night too Robert oh Robert You knew I was coming Mrs Weed mysister has told mo of your refusal to pass New Years night under this roof because Iwos oxpected sho No no I did not tell them that Ifaltered But that was why you loft I know You meant to keep your word to the children and I saved you from perishing in the cruel snow Geraldine the life I saved 1 claim and But sir remember your wife Is a myth Im an old bacholor and Ho bent and kissed her was once a fool just as tho clock announced tho end of what proved a good New Years Day after all - norther a young brother of the Kan Â¬ p J M Merrill blizzard pre 2QB2- - FAREWELL AND WELCOME E bid farewell to you Old Year Without a sorrow or regret Although youve given us good cheer Theres much alas we would forget To realize oar hopes so dear You may perhaps have bad the will But yet you promised more Old Year Than you were able to fulfill Wo welcome a new friend to night The Naw year will make all things right FORD OIHee htfrt 2 leriHMw jiue 22 If 4 iolok in the af Hardware AND Stove W T SEXSMITil M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional services TINWARE HOUSE AT public MC aug to the 7 ivr Hbatic J F CoKNRieoN HEATH CORNELISON Practicing Physicians No 26 N Second St Armers old stand REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 20- - RICHMOND KENTUCKY offer their prle wtoiial frervtew 10 the 3jHiily IHibHc New Years Day Mrs Yerger sigheuTieovily Whats tbe matter growled Colonel Yerger have you got tbe rheumatism toot No I wan just thinking that a new year is soon to dawn upon this earth It is eh Well I am glad to hear tbat it is a now year that is going to dawn If 1 thought the same old year we have been having was going to dawn Pd take to the woods The idea of Colonel Yerger taking to the woods with his legs in their present in- Â¬ flamed condition caused Johnny to smoker lTI think you have a great deal to be grateful for replied Mrs Yerger pensively Yes I suppose I ought to be grateful for the boils I bad last spring You menaced to pull through I noticed they didnt affect your appetite Yes I pulled through until summor when your mother paid us that three months visit 1 survived that and now Ive got the rheumatism But I am glad Ive got your word for it that a t yeacis going to dawn for if it was the old one Id want to tH llKr BT CtJXTIXO AWAT TUB SKULL SAVED I eg s st DONT GO DONT 00 AUXTT t- - matches John No he said is a still whisper It was tbe only sound he bad tittered yet Well never mind I see better now John will to go up hot no J wilt For it must be I who stills that too confident voice to night Wait for me here at the foot of the ladder Ugh bow bfecft A cautious foot upon tho lowest rowd ohe two three vaguely with that quick oerv John ous laughter breaking Up her soft whisper fm herrMy into tremulous cadences frightened Im teartd But with sudden two three more One resolve I wilt rounds then again that delicate broken whrsperover bis head in tbe utter dark Joha because you are so good as to have come with me meekly I wdl tell you a secret a tttnt mind The bell shall not 1 tow aim ring no but A whispered laugh was Johns only an- Â¬ swera laugh whose faint echoes aseemiedÂ¬ to her with odd intimation of jubilant triumph as if the goblins perdu in this murky tower were weirdly deriding tbe words she bad spoken She RMtereU no longer ow so otaer whispers came down to John waiting paÂ¬ tiently there in the dark A mumte two minutes three end he beard her careful descending foutfalL In another moment she stood beida him Here take it please said she with tie- lighted self gratatation It is so dread- n re rv jua i luuy uoavy said John m an astoatebed What whisper Thebrfl niedapoar laughing You knew the real ose was broken and this bit of iron is used in its stead Now listen hide it in the coal closet there safely while I run to the chancel and lea veiny cloak on tbe rail to prote to Will Bennett that it was I none other who did this thing He will And it there when he comes in tbe morning chuckling softly to see what was wrong with the bell She pushed tbe vestibule door open vanished while John waiting a eaUois moment set light foot upea tbe ladder disappeared When she had groped her way fceek to the vestibule she spoke bis same softly John Yes Dd you hide it- Yes and m the velvet darkness Good John she nestled her warm young body a moment against him with a movement innnitely John held her caressing and seductive for in less than a half hear the sexton wdl come to rim in tbe new year Why did not I bring a lantern a eaadte a match i Any Ui I The Glotliier AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor First and Main Strssts - Richmond Ky fT X12IK KM HATS mtmm O-A-IF- S uEUo goods hums valises 41 t Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery ad ad A variety of Gloves Clothes for nit 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 aprlStf Uti TWEE WAS DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KKNIUCKY Office M FirM Soeet jaiiIy H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN mid SURGEON KY UICIIMONI street next donrto OFFIOK SwwmI White- - Dm Store KjmI HiteiUMHi given l JlHPM 01 ieal Hint ImiiiHiiI iHrUt i mimI UxMil ttlf iHilltatll body 22JutiHf Wjt5 i -- - THE DR CS HOLTON esd Surgeon KENTUCKY Tbso Feeb Mill Homeepithic Physician KlCHMOKD CUTTEB GHINDER AND Office Mam Street over D M Brights Office boors 830 to 1100 A M 200 to PM Special attention given to diseases of women and all dnhcult chronic cases SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Only Combined Feed Mill Made 4o Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad roayi6tiy dress Warranted to Give Satisfaction ree diaret sized Grinders cpoa tbe Cha rue EeaBy mjm ose Send MU1 at oay nsse fire mnfMnfa In far Areolar to DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 61 60 FKAZEIt iT 53 MACT Surgery Wllliamsljurjj Ind RED HOUSE KY can make S300 per prom veiiini our DR T J FAIN -- UNION CITY KY public Oilers SU x lfK i ba professional services to the Office at Powells store aeat for gl V rrunw for 2 25 bonfid aUo Japaneese Morooo UJustnUed circaUrs XEIIIK of tbe abort add iKU KTVLFA OF UtIU ILUMI IllOTGUKAPIl AIHf1I boiwed pllMl idt a gold eitsa extou aloa clasp boldlDfr 32 paos of Cabinet and Card it 11 ALBUMS We beat tbe orld for low pricea A Johnny Your amendment is adopted Johnny He was the first one but not the lost one who had his wife order him about replied Mrs Yerger You poor men lookingupfromhersewing you are always laying the blame for all the miseries of tbe male sex on Eve It was Adam who was tempted by Eve but if my reading of tho Bible is correct it was Satan who first tempted Eve and Satan was a male so all the human ills originated with the male sex after all replied Colonel Yerger Maybe so but squirming a little at this home thrust if Eve bad only inherited half the dissimula-Â¬ tion of some of her daughters she would have made an ignominious ass of his snake ship Read on Johnny You ought to say something in your composition Jdhniiy about men making good resolutions and turning over new leaves You might say Johnny that now is the time that leaves begin to turn but Once more Johnny snickered at the idea of the Ad man traveling What are you grinning about 1 What snarled Colonel are you doing anyhow Yerger who was in one of his most irritable moods Writing a composition on Kew Years replied Johnny Lets hear what you have got written The celebration of tbe Johnny reading first day of the year dates back from the highest antiquity The ancient Israelites celebrated the first day of the year with splendid festivities regarding it as the birthday of Adam the father ot the whole human race Humph sneered Cokmel Yerger you might add that Adam was the only man who ever had bis wife made to order Made to order him about interrupted travel matrimony to every lady ho calls on This is more dangerous than merely making a bonded warehouse of his digester Somo young men are so impnlsivo that even if tbe lady removed her falso teeth they would keep on asking her to fix the day Still another danger threatens the festive New Years Day caller It is customary to hire vehicles and ride from house to bouse giving each lady tho mechanical shake which is like working the pump hand lo up and down blending with a glass of wine and some cake and getting off the usual chestnut about Happy New Year I Now a few pints of Intoxicants will make a horse travel very fast particularly if the intoxicants are inside of tho driver and acci-Â¬ dents are almost sure to occur I remember that on one New Years Day some years ago in Austin Tex two ve-icles loaded to the muzzle so to speak with gentlemen who wero also well charged came together with a crash and for ten inmates there was a shower of the elite of the city One of these gilded youths in descending from the blue vault above struck a valuable fruit tree in a gentle- Â¬ mans front yard and bruised it severely with his head In fact a limb of the tree penetrated tho young mans skull but by carefully cutting away tbe skull the limb of the tree was saved Another dude was hurled so high into the atmosphere that he subsequently declared be distinctly saw the mortgages on some of tbe three story buildings For twenty minutes after tbe collision dudes could be seen fondling their sprained ankles and sighing for more bands to rub the places that could not be conveniently reached The vehicles were pretty badly used up and the dude who hired one of the teams from tbe proprietor of a livery stable be- Â¬ trayed a great deal of coyness when urged to pay for tbe wrecked vehicle The consequence or this shyness was that the stable man assaulted the New Years caller and people living several blocks distant re- Â¬ marked tbat it sounded like the patter of a mules hind legs on tho ribs of a hired man Â¬ Alex E Sweet AUNT GKELL Tho Story of Ono New Year In Hor Lifo WELVE SEARS murmured Aunt Orel as she gazed thoughtfully out through tho misty pane at the falling drizzle that was rapidly changing to I dont bnow know Inoverknew exactly how it hap Â¬ pened but we wero having a good time at tho New Years fonhre A TleTtatilii Ilnrlnriaii umo TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky SE Office in Cxikax building Corner Main and Second Streets up Btairs SAFETY LAMP Can bt lij in erery family Gir moro ii it tiftn tlir1 ordinanr laiaps Lamp pent by Express for uil Ve a baT tlio liirtv nt at liin tGHi P la the V a Seui for illustrated circolir to F0RSHEE McMAKINCinciftnatlO MWm itl ITS tinuhif their moner eriinr onr jJKAi s ti FiBibbt Corrugated lot tt 23 38 June 22 tf Attorney at Law KENTUCKY A R Itur OFFICE Willi l F June 22 U nam on First Street RICHMOND E T BURNAM X a t-- rlWFS WHfc LL LCst tMLS Beet Ooaefa Syrup Tastes good Dee in UmA xnid avarueaimA M J A SULLIVAN 3Lsaw Attorney at I 3 I 1 1 believe Fisos Curo for Consumption saved mv life A H Doiveix Editor Enquirer Eden- ton N C April 23 1SS7 9 M m H RICHMOND KENTUCKYr OFFICE on FiFet Mreet same m lormerly occupied by Couuty Judjie oct6 ly Miller CS Attorney atKYXaw RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street ffi B H B June 22 tf 9 The best Cough Modi- cine is Pisos Cuke fob Conscmptioh Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c ROare WHFRf 111 F1SF FaRS S a MOBERLEY XaOT Attorney W S RICHMOND Offlce corner Main and First streets up flairs ovt Ramseys atKY BostOoiirii Bttop Tastes good Dee intttne Bold bj drngriaU iuar7 ly I3MEMK Is prepared with an experienced set of hands to do all kinds of hwwe building and repairing Give hhn a call Contractor and Builder marytf rfljyjllft11Pji SS2itZi SLTI iVnirsiwiy Sb lsoe lltiohTplateaof coumrraad reoft popular timBemA the Jidet and jnfclislil and has the larcoK oauer claw of Wood 2 BUILDERS AND A ARCHITECTS Edtttefl of Scientific BUILDER African W contain 0J2 CONTRACTORS The undersigned weuM respectfully announce to those contemplating building that they are prepared to contract for Â¬ guaranteed Estimates made free of charger Plans furnished on jinpHcatlon on short notice COLEY LONG apr ntf Contractors end Builders Satisfaction Buildings of Every Description oa etgn patentSJ paBteSeKrictiJ confldentlAL TRADE MARKS - feskisli books rtFrRItJirrSl forAodre procured CO chart ap iATENTMi Pnteat Solicitor t aokWJ JHTKN of that time now Twolvo -VWi ttft irtrTI ft A ttfr years ought to heal tbe ok wound and it does Ive enough on my hands enough to rack my brain without becoming senti- Â¬ mental With a sigh Aunt Groll came to her feet crossed the plain rag carpet and stood at another window Past this the road ran and beyond was a mass of tree and bushes TOP MianT ADD THAT ADAM WAS TJIE OSLT of recent growth tbe whole rapidly becom Â¬ MAN ing crowned with white particles that fell that after a few weeks second hand swear faster and faster as the cold north wind offs can be bought at the nearest saloon congealed the drops of rain It was not a pleasant scene The sullen for for Cokmel Yerger what do you pay for a schooner of beer said Mrs Ycrgor woods and long sweep of country rood unÂ¬ relieved by farm buildings gave the scene with a sdvery laugh Yoa neednt try to get oft any flabby sar- Â¬ a lonely aspect The Weeds wero poor people An epi Â¬ casm because I swore off and then went back on it There are about four million demic of scarlet fever had passed through women who start diaries on the first of the neighborhood Many of the first fami Â¬ every January and by the Fourth of July lies had lost their littlo onos and Aunt there isnt one of them Tunning on schedule Grell had been like a ministering angel When tho fever foil upon tho nraon c them time How is your diaryacoming on Mrs Weeds no one ventured noar save the coun- Â¬ Yerger It didnt play out as scon as tho fresco try doctor Mrs Weed was an Invalid and on your good resolutions wore oft Your her husband au Indifferent nurse clumsy swearing ofT is soon wearing off Never yet good natured and willing When sho learned of tho situation Geral you mind I am going to make somo new dine Ward went at once and offered her good resolutions this New Years Whats the matter with the old set you services She was kind patient and capa- Â¬ made last year They are about as good as ble and none in that country neighborhood appreciated hor tender regard for tho sufÂ¬ new I should think fering as did the Weeds Johnnie and Taking Johnny reading dance at the year that is past and geno Madge passed through the fevor and wero we find that we hare done many things wo convalescing when the dawn of Now Years day found Aunt Grell as Miss tioraldine should not have done Ward was termed musing in her room at iiterrapted Mrs Yerger Johnny the Weed farm house over the past You had better stop reading your compoThis was a solemn sad New Year to tho sition it disturbs your pa said Colonel Yerger here is patient olJ maid of Burktown Corners Sarah tho the twenty five dollars you wanted to buy While she stood at siftedwindow the snowÂ¬ against tho narswirled about and you that winter hat yon were talking about indicated a sudden way only dont say any thing mdre about good row panes in a in that increase of cold the atmosphere without resolutions The brown ayes ware filled with a yearn Â¬ This ended the joint discussion in the ing that remained unspoken even to tho Yerger family about New Years walls of he room The face of this The two prominent features of the cele Â¬ dumbangel of tho Corners was not beauti good bration of New Years Day leaving the ey on good looking one might say at ful feasting cut of the question arc swearing first not glance bjt weio you to mention her The New Years oft and making calls to a oittztm within ten miles of Burk good resolution although it is broken oftoc name Comci s you would be told that Aunt early has something of mans better town was the handsomest woman In the and nature about it Even the mere attempt to Grell up a bod habit is a step forward and world Ward did not linger but hurried Miss The good resoluoon like the ward the next apartment whore she heard a sonailing child In the theater should be into voice calling her name It was Mrs low carried out but very frequently this is not Weed who rcrlmcd in an easy chair pale done There is a g eat variety of small and worn yet with a grateful glow in her vices which men vow to commit no more eyes Profanity is one of them but the result is hollow son y wc can tot pay you for your I usually described by an unidentified poet services Miss Ward said the Invalid as follows Madge ana Johnnie arc beyond danger th- - will not swear Now men wJl swear tbe doctor teUs ma and wo owe It all to Thlr habits weanns ufr swear ob you weaw oa they still As time Tears filled the mothers eyes at the last And then swear ofl oa swearing oS calmly by her sWeand A Texas editor made a solemn vow on Geraldine stood sscooUieU her fadsd hsir with tender touch New Years Day not to touch intoxicating til fitA should I think party under Far- Â¬ mer Holmes roof and but why briKht eyes watching tho departure whflo two noses wero flattened against the cold window pane Shes gone auntys gone sjghed littlo Madge dolefully and when the falling snow hid the travelers Johnnie uttered a pro- Â¬ longed whistlo to keep down his feelings and walked away to see his mother lie longed to go out aud try the snow but this was strictly forbidden for the present and the boy must needs hide his troubles under an air of indifference which he did by whistling and stamping his feet loudly on tho floor as he walked I must find something for the Weed children said Aunt Grell passing boforo Poor tho store windows in the village dears they have so little If I was only rich bow much good I could do But I dont scorn to bo laying much by and Im already rowing oH Ah here is something Miss Ward hastened into the store and priced a sled and pair of skates that hung in the window She found them almost too high fer her slender purse but could find nothing elso suitable and purchased both articles and a flaxen haired doll for Madge The next thing was to get the articles to the Weeds It was now late in the day and the Weed farm was four miles from Burktown Corners Besides the storm of the morning had increased until a foot of snow lay on the ground and the wind was piling it in hugh drifts about the fence cor- Â¬ ners and about the trees Mr Weed bad returned immediately aftor landing Aunt Grell at tbe Corners Aunt Grell ceuld not afford to hire a con- Â¬ veyance and no teams were passing to day New Years was a day when the people of that community enjoyed themselves at home or around the tavern Are Ill go myself suddenly resolved Aunt Grell She boarded when at home with a widow Mrs Casper in the outskirts of the village and here Aunt Grell made her way with her purchases On reaching the humble homo of tho widow Geraldine found the door locked Having been absent two weeks Aunt Groll did not lrnow that her friend hod left town to visit a son some miles away a few days before and would not return till after New Years The snow whirled about tho slender form on tho widows step and seemed to defy her to face it But Aunt Grell was brave and she formed a suddon resolution Sho would return to the Weeds and carry tho presents herself Her heart leaped at tho thought of the pleasure she was to givo tho little Weeds on this New Years night for already tho short winter afternoon was drawing to a close thought Its four miles by the road through but I know the path Aunt Grell the woods and Ill take that Passing a neighbors house she mentioned the fact that sho was going to visit the Weeds and then sho hurried away bur- Â¬ dened with her armful of presents sho havÂ¬ ing added several small packages of con- Â¬ fections to the articles already mentioned I had no idea the snow was so deep uttered the venturesome Miss Ward as sho I wonder if I shall entered the woods have any trouble in following the path The snow hod ceased to fall and Aunt Grell found littlo difficulty in making her way during the first half of tho distance Then night fell and the wind increased while tho snow was swept In great sheets about tho form of Aunt Grell its fierceness at times almost lif ting hor from her feet Mercy 1 had no idea of this exclaimed tho slender woman leaning gaspingly against a trco Im out of tho path and Its a wonder if I aint lost After a short rest she moved on again but soon fell floundering in a hollow that bad been filled with snow I owe all this to Oh oh sho gasped my foolish haste to got away from the Weeds Simple John Weed did not know why 1 left them so precipitately to day He Â¬ 1 New Year with Joy we welcome you For us a smile the future wears For yon can make our dreams como true Can bring an answer to our prayers Can errors ot the past undo Reclaap the hands of friendships riven Make firmer bonds ot loving true And give on earth foretaste ot Heaven We welcome a new friend to night The New Year will make all things right GEORGE BIRDSEYE of ok Eli delightedly what a beautiful John thought Old Eli will never dare go up there to solve the mystery be says the okl tower is Itauntrt Tbe gate I breathed John in sudden warning and drew tbe flexible form out into the dusky porch behind a thick peters- - said be ia that still whisper of Let us see tbe fun Let us hide in the porch there and watch tbe mystification Listen his there Wt JL5 VV J3X LEo CO at CONCEDED Audriens Lovo How tho Bella Told SHACKELFORD GENTRY It HE WORLD slept Hearts confident of tho morrows dawn tbe dawning of a new year gave themselves to tho placid repose of that tbe friend who hod given them of his best and utmost should draw bis last weary breath while ungrievinjr dreamed through his dying throes The purple gleam of downy moonless slumber uncaring itxonacivtoKnD klesttucblx The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Â¬ iy or It a at 2 they ungrateful and IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR 310 RE IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a Urge stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of porum bush that thickly flanked one aide tbe all kinds as well s IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE low stone steps Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other fines She lay against him trembling wHh brigh Â¬ RIAL Special attention to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac far ter and excitement her warm bosom rising handle We are the agente giventhe mot cdcbralctl itarng lor in quick soft pants against bis side he held her with both his arms and waited with bis lips upon her curling hair A soft step a qraint old figure with a smoky lantern a wbeezv cough He went The I lou UCper cin fin I aV lw winh for kitchen or dainr up tbe steps close by them the light lu Mach m- nn Tr ir n Th F rhaint his rugged African features crossed mining M n r lt porch and disappeared in tbe vestibule the T n t Ik iil tui n C ii He had set his lantern on the threshold aad - i the on cxupU- - r -- tocl of Iron V ron its murky light sheened mistily on the I r n n nr N ti glossy leaves of tbe evergreen behind which those two crouched concealed it re- Â¬ MI vealed the whiteness of her two haatks linked in gay excitement and tbe gleam of her teeth behind her laughing lips as she peered eagerly forward John she murmured jnbitatitty m that one moment of waiting Jobs was gaawg with w lamtK t urn n mly employ tbe riN Sll at her lips her eyes tue pale light giving ng a practical mrchmmic bin elf wiB in tbe beautiful j yufhis features full U the i a ti Mm flOOFIVii GUT ER1SG RE- view of 3bv ejo which might chance to i C i if tl j look and a tbe sound of her voice he held v t c w it OS her close prcssm his heck to her hair m I tbe hotUMM one said ho aioud aad ae he Listen Dont loret tntvt you can always Cod tbe gimr to oar uitoit s spoke another stronger uid sweeter veiee h- hrst OOxl at IV Or liaMr rtouc of broke forth into merry clamor It pealed and toned aad vibrated with CO- full throated and exultant jubitesee lacing and interlacing tbe dulcet stleaee of mchzi-tt- the night with a myriad threaded network of golden echoes Audrien bad sprung to her feet facing her companion with tragic mien In the midst of tbe sweet glad clamor be spoke As surely as tbe bell rings in the glad as surely New Year Audrien 1 Aoteyou cried she vehemently wHb outflung bands Bat when tbe vibrance of the last great bell note had died from off tbe still air and Is the place to go if you want anything in tbe first breath of tho New Year stirred against the calm breast of the restful earth Diamonds Watches the eager young bosom of Audrien beat out II Clocks Jewelry Floe pants once mere against bis side its soft and it was upon her warm mouth as well as Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas upon her cool hair tbat the kiss of her lover II I HATE TOP CRIB SHB ITS l- oSll and stairs At the first landing sho paused looked over and listened A white hand clasped the dark cloak at her throat like a milk fair pearl Two lips pale pink as tho inner sur- Â¬ face of a sea shell wero gravely pursed together with anxious yet subtly mirthful curves and two eyes dusky as the night yot lit as the hall was with a lurking glow- peered open lidded and eager from a face as warmly pallid as tho chaste head carved en a pink cameo It yet lacked thirty minutes of twelve and mindful of the fleeing moments of that half hour of grace Audrien tipped on deli- Â¬ cate feet down the second flight of steps through tho hall to the front door It had been left unlocked for John and for f ear that coming in her absence John might fasten her out she slid tho key from its socket turned thj bolt and stepped forth into the velvet darkness Waiting a few moments on tho porch till her wido eyes had learned to penetrate a space round her in the gloom she went cau- Â¬ The stars tiously yet hastily forward wero shining hopefully at their far away posts tho air was balmy as only a south- Â¬ land winter air can be tho scent of wet grasses and perished leaves Inspiring its stillness with pungent fragrance Audrien had set her hurried foot upon tho grass facing churchward when a sud- Â¬ rested lias R Inos den sound a footfall smote upon her attuned car Some one was coming from tho About Swearing Off gate sho could detect tho vague blur of his A great deal of sport is now made of moving figure against tho denso blackness New Years Day as a swearing off time behind him is not uncommon to hear tbe question put In a trice sho hod sped to meet him It a sarcastic way Well have you In was grasping his muscular arm was speak Â¬ swore off yet The witty fellows on the ing in panting hashed whispers newspapors take It up and grind out In- Â¬ Shi come numerable jokes about weak minded men John Im glad it is you With me Wait Ill tell you To night on Newi who turn over n new leaf when Will was here you know he and I Year and turn back to it again in less than got to wrangling as usual and he vowed a fortnight But with all this fan and ridicule tho fact remains tbat the begin Â¬ ning of a new year is a most fitting time to leave off bod habits to resolve to profit by mistakes and follies of tho past and to go through tho new year better than you did the old one So pay no attention to the current gibes and jeers at tho custom of swearing off on and if yoa see mistakes tho New Year and follies that you desire to abandon and Â¬ folds close about the quiet rectory tbe quieter littlo church near by about the winter gross of tbe natural lawn about tbe crisp foliage of the magnolia trees nestling close to tho gray church walls In tho wide oaken hall at tbe rectory a dim night lamp sulked with steady misty beam placed there by mother hand to light home the first born from his New Year eve revels revealing in its vague glow the gray walls with their black framod engravings the polished floor with Its lamb skin rugs tho wido winding stairway with its lustrous balustrade It was like a dream picture so still so dim and like a dream form presently somo one a slender cloak curtained some one camo stepping down the shallow Â¬ night drowns velvet Farming Implements and Machinery -- you ir as e of i 41 Xi- - it I ji c the nglislt bead y asea yean THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS lMl Pi - are a net senp- - al -- ln n iroeer 4 IT 1 it- seracn jomces Demo- - or v- - SHACKELFORD GENTRY 4111 and D P ARMEE only JEWELEE Gold Headed Caoeg THE MAIN STREET K SajBL i V Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives Domestic Sewins aiacliines AND ALL KINDS OF SEWEJ G MACHINE NEKDLSS ALL KINDS OF jrEST Fine Watch Work DONE ON SHORT NOTICE I have Mr J E Wolvertoa ef Cincinnati a first class workman to attend to tbe watch repairing department Iwi Ft ffMrieG 3Sacy Mrs N JT Deuglaa Â¬ Â¬ rre urged mo to keep New Years with them but how could I when he was coming and bringing his wife Once more Aunt Groll struggled to her feet and leaned weak and faint against a tree Tbe blinding snow almost suffocated hor Where was she Heaven only knew She bad lost the path her hat torn from hor head was now scurrying away into tho darkness whilo face and hands wero stiff with the cold Lost In the woods with the mercury al- Â¬ most at zero no wonder a feeling of despair lifted the heart of the courageous littlo woman Once more sho essayed to move on Her limbs bewever seemed numb and asleep She staggered a little distanco andcamo near falling again She yet clung to tho presents she had bought for tho littlo Weeds I must find my way out some-Â¬ how moaned Aunt Grell with a sickening despair in her heart It was a terrible New Year to her Tbe datvn of another day would see hor stiffened frem lying under the trees half buried in snow I This thought took possession of her and shs was on tho point of sinking helplessly fCri LOST w to leave forever behind now is tho time to do It-- Tho fact is you should have douo so long ago One can begin a reform in his own habits at any time and should never wait until any particular day for making that start but having put it off until now dont delay longer Begin and ead tbe New BRING IN YOUR-- JFqha iO Sophronia Year right IS THE WOODS Accohdino to the eternal fitnessof things tho young man who has just pawned bis ticker for the wherewith to buy bis sweetÂ¬ heart tho usual New Years present wilt receive a handsomely worked watch case Twos ever rtnw AT TOE FIRST LANDISS SHE PACSSD Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the aMBSaMWrnjaWMaWMMaMaWaMPMOMl - WH ft k r TnomasJ -- fjf i to 7 P Kj9erel letter M CA j ai because Im so contrary and capricious and things of that sort that I did not love him and then whonlonlylaughodderlsivelyyou know he turned on mo la a fury and sold I OH love him I loved him daperateHi that I need not try to hide and conquor it for a lurduaslhelKllot that church there would rfner in the new year fo ntoM ust so surely I loved him And Iwos angry John and retorted Well if that was his test wo would abide by it and as surely as the boll rings to Â¬ night I love him John tie UUthall not ring Come wliri me The two figures hurried then as noiseless as bats across tbe dripping grass and into the church porch said tho girl still In Hero is the key tbat excited mirthful whisper I wonder can I find the lock Ah how dark John she caught his arm again as they stood in the block chill vestibule I mast be quick HOLIDAY SPICE The thought of a new year suggests great Our hope leads us to think opportunities of living through the twelve months and our Intelligence and coaseieeee urge us to make it a period of great spiritual profit BP x X- - Vntt4PrtvUrtan 3ME y- - Robbie who had played sad havoc with Mamma doesnt the Christmas cookies It make your bonds warm to spank met Why yes Robbie It deesH Mamma Robbie -- Wouldnt it do just all well then momma for you to go and bold em over the registerf Mamma My dear you must not quarrel with Reginald Did I net hear angry voteee Eugenie Yen in the parlor but evening surely must have been dreaming mamma I would net quarrel with Mr Pe Champ now for any Mag I trust yoa would net So foolish yoa mean mam- Â¬ be so rode ma It only looks- two weeks of the hall days S3 Mouldings f I SUE the highest Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Aqkst Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky WiMl mays tt Hongn and Dressed LtueW D a H MYERS r - smsmzimiMmwm Noland Jr and Tellia Park were united in matrimony by Rev Wills PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Tbe Good Templars of this place are making grand preparations for a boun Co tiful supper on tbe evening of Jaiiusry 23rd it being their anniversary They are going to have cake turkey ham FRENCH TIPTON - Editors and oysters in abundance Come every- Â¬ Wm G WHITE- - f body and get full of things to eat for They expect to have an able 25 cents PRICE PER YEAR 150 speaker to lecture nt 3 oclock before THE CLIMAX Climax Printing residence of Rev JI Wills Josepb family arrived In New York in good health and spirits RELIGIOUS cornetist one of the leading churches in Chicago for a handsome salary MATRIMONIAL Ky ot noon on Monday 31st 18S5 by Rev WEDNESDAY JANUARY Mrs James G Blaine taken the slase 2 1889 Jr has The Gnesapeake and Ohio road from Covington to Ashland by wav of Mavsville has been openÂ¬ ed The Circuit Court at MLSterling indicted twenty men for betting on elections and eight men for selling their votes Let the good work go on Joint B Bowman whose connection with Kentucky University is yet bright in the minds of many is mentioned as a candidate for Governor of New Mexico The College question has already been sprung on him and the Kentucky war of a quarter of a century ago is all to be fought over again but fortunately among the far away New Mexicans If a sharp eye is ih1 kept on the untiring John B he will be next Governor Â¬ Â¬ OVLY TWO LEFT The lion Harvey Watterson father of lion Henry Wafterson must indeed feel lonely In Wash ington last week lie said UI have jufet lieard of the death of Cardiif W Andrews of Kentucky a member of Congress in 1839 aged eight3 six years This recalls to me tlie lact that of the 241 members of Congress and 52 Sen ators of 1839 only myself and the Hon lhiliip Frank Thomas of Maryland are alive The leaves are falling Â¬ Â¬ EDEXTOX Woa Bogies wile died en tbe 23rd deep is of December of censucuptiwi Mrs SaUIe Dftvia is very low coH and oW age S5 years ekl H A Wjlle of Boone county visiting bis mother Wylfe Mrs Elizabeth Kaekiet Vinson went to Richmond iiud bad bis arm amputated cancer being tbe trouble KIRKSVILLE Miss AHie Walker is at borne from sebool Miss Ida and Pattie Willis are spend ing their Xmas at beme Mr John White is doing very well and will hmhi be out again Fever seems to be still prevailing in tbe neighborhood and several deaths F Mr W O Field returned borne sev Â¬ eral days ago from St Louis after a severe spell of sickness but under tbe good treatment of borne be is able to Â¬ Â¬ be about again As a forerunner to Chribtmas gay eiies Mr Henry Wallace gave a deÂ¬ lightful party on last Thursday A buutiful table good music and danc ing was tbe program of tbe occasion Willmorea new store room is Hearing completion and will add con siderably to the appearance of the vil Â¬ lage Tbe vacant bouses are being rapidly taken up for the ensuing year The sale of tbe Cs of the W C T U oame oft Saturday and was a perfect Â¬ Ir Â¬ success financially It was beautiful weather a good attendance and was a Boost enjoyable affair Tbe same so Â¬ ciety gave a substantial dinner of oysters bam turkey etc in tbe store Â¬ room of the Masonic ball on Thursday Dec 27 all were cordially invited to attend BEKEA Prof Wright returned last Friday J D Oldham ofXenia Ohio spent the holidays with friends in this place Miss Hoiliday tbe new teacher in drawing and paiuting arrived last week General Clay has Just made the Col Â¬ lege tbe recipient of tbe sword given him for valiant service in tbe Mexican war Mr and Mrs George Patterson of Boyd made a Dying call on their former school mates aud frieuds last week Tbe Hatchet Entertainment given by the W C T U was successful and notwithstanding the unfavorable weather there was a good house and tbe result was a handsome sum in their Â¬ treasury Tbe Prohibition Club held a public meeting at tbe Glade Church Saturday night There was music specially prepared by tbe college boys and a number of addresses befitting tbe oc casion Under the management and supervision of Mr Chaney tbe church bad been beautifully decorated with wreaths and festoons of evergreens Principal and Mrs B B Hunting eent out invitations to their friends to assist in celebrating tbe sixth anniver- Â¬ sary of their wedding on Wednesday night the 25th After the guests bad arrived an unexpected aud novel fea- Â¬ ture of tbe entertainment was tbe mar Â¬ riage of Miss Jissie Geai one of tbe lady teachers to Rev Mr Shimmin of Iowa wbo bad just arrived for tbe Â¬ Â¬ occasion UNION CITY Christmas went off smoothly Yonr correspondent witnessed a few days since quite a crowd of ladles and gentlemen in a uery exciting fox chase J F Oldham sold his farm near this place to Mr James Johnson for tbe sum ofSl500 caeb Farm contains 75 acres Milch cows sold at low from 516 to 23 per bead Sheep 430 per bead 426 per hundred Fat hogs sold at Horace Parkes sale The Masons bad a dinner on the 27tb Rev J I Wills was presented a wagon load of provision Christmas Eve Prof Frank Edwards will begin bis slngingchool at this place on Tuesday night January 1st Tbe Pro fsfeor understands hU business OnTbundiyDec 27tb 18S8 at the second Some four months ago Mr J J McRoberts sent u picture of himself Â¬ Mr McRoberts and daughter Miss Dollle to a friend nt Kearney Mo and since has been rather surprised at not getting a letter acknowledging re-Â¬ ceipt of them His suspense was re- Â¬ lieved the other day by receiving tbe pictures and a letter enclosed from Mr L S Jones late of this Stale stating supper that he found them out on the prairie Old auut Peggy Blackwell well known in Kansas and recognizing Mr Mc- Â¬ old lady of this place died Dec 22nd Roberts he sent tbem all to him The aged 78 years and was buried near her pictures were in good order but it home at Boxankle She was a pious would be hard to guess bow they got member of the Baptist church at Union there CHy She was first married to Louis The little State of Vermont has sav- Â¬ Pully and after his death she was mar Â¬ ing banks as well as green mountains ried to James Dunn Sr deceased and tbe report of the State Inspector Her last husband was Joseph Black of Finances shows that since 18S3 these well She survived him several years saving banks have been lending in the State of Kansas chiefly 4651274 NEWS PARAGRAPHS 96 to 650S79748 a year on farm mortgages At a recent court there George McAlister aged 2S years died 607 foreclosures of tho mortgages were at Stanford reported in six months in fitty two Joseph Ashhurst aged 67 years died Kansas counties Aud it might be at Georgetown safely added that foreclosures for New Ben J Yeiserson of tne late Dr Yei England loans could hardly multiply anywhere with so much verity and ser died in Boyle propriety as in Kansas as no other Mrs Susan Armstrong died in Mt State is quite so fond of kissing the Sterling aged 76 years bund that pilfers their granaries and Officer Waggoner killed Josh Brisco tillers C ourier- - Journal at Harrodsburg Christmas morning The TheCynthlana Courier says Mrs Susan D Linville of Clark suit of the Farmers National Bank county diedin Lexlngtonaged 00 years against the sureties of Paul King was Miss Eliza W Owsley and J W deoided Thursday in favor of tbe Bauk Flowers were married in Lincoln coun- The total amount sued for 4600 was awarded The suit was for arrearages ty in Mr Kings accounts during his Thomas B Robinson book keeper of clerkship in the bank F G Ash the First National Bank of Lexington brooks estate aud Wm Garrett were is dead the sureties Tbe suit in the Bourbon Miss Mary Kinnalrd the Louisville Court was agaiust Mr Kings bonds Â¬ ladv hurt In the Bardstown Junction men while be was cashier The bank railroad accident last Tuesday died bas now recovered about 7000 from tbe bondsmen There is still a short- Â¬ from tbe injury age ot 2000 in Mr Kings account At Flemingsburg Mike OUara but this occurred while he was a clerk aged thirteen accidently shot and with no bond Tbe whole discrepancies fatally wouuded bis eleven-year-ol- d found in his books in connection with brother Robert while out bunting the bank from 1878 to 1SS5 is over P H Williams and Miss Louisa 9000 Price James Smith aud Miss Mary for twenty Col W B Thompson Lancaster J C Oliver and Miss Mary Belle Shryock were married in Wood- five years a clerk at the Fhoauix Hotel died nt St Josephs Hospital last Sun Â¬ ford county day and was burled in the cemetery Rev V E Boggs D D a promi Christmas day Col Thompson was neut Presbyterian of Memphis will brought to this city on Thursday before assume the duties of Chancellor of the Christmas from his sons Mr Wm State Uuiversity of Georgia about the Thompsons of Versailles for better first of April 1SS medical treatment be being troubled Engineer McFerran engineer on the with some kind of heart disease but Cannon ball train that collided with was not ill euougb to alarm any of his another passenger train at Bardstown friends or family His death was rather Junction died from tiis wounds This sudden and unexpected Col Thompson was about seventy five years old makes the 4th death and was born in Woodford county A colored youtb by the name of He came to this city aud took a posi- Â¬ Charles Newton living on the outskirts tion as clerk in the Phoenix Hotel of Lexington bad his hand blowu oft twenty eight years ago and was there by the premature explosion of a cannon continually for twenty five years hav torpedo which he was boldiug up to lug only severed his connection with tbe amusement of a crowd of boys Phoenix three years ago when he The injured member bad to be ampu- Â¬ the married a Miss Brown of this county tated and went to live in Woodford county Owensboro Messenger says Some where he bas since resided Col wisebead having said in an interview Tbompsou was very popular with tbe that Logan McKee would control in a traveling public and very punctual iu large measure tbe appointments for attending to the duties of a clerk He this State of tbe Harrison Adminla was rather an eccentric man in many tion the Louisville Commercial breaks of bis ways but n perfect gentleman of the news that this gentleman is now tbe old school under all circumstances in a private eanatarium from which He leaves a wife his second and four it is feared he will never return with children as follows by his first wife bis mental aud bodily ills cured of Frannfort Wm Dr Thompson Mrs R Thompson of Versailles Died at her borne in Lexington Young of Versailles and Mrs Threl Wednesday Mrs Catharine Turner Lexington Press aged 69 years She was a native ot keldof Harrodsburg this county a sister to our fellow citizen Wm H Ragland and was for CONCERNING FARMERS- many years a resident of this city Her husband Benjamin Turner was Thirty eight registered Jersey cows a prominent merchant of this city a a century ago Winchester and other stock belonging to Van L third of Kirkman near Nashville were burned Democrat iu n shed The loss is put at 0000 Charles L Tinkler a youthful forger H C Traylor bought of McCormack who victimized the First Citizens and fc Bro 18 shoals 115 pounds at 4 Merehauts National Batiks of CincinCarter James Swope Jno nati on forged checks for 15000 and Bright then fled to London arrived in New Ferguson aud D B Stagg sold to same Â¬ York last week on the steamer Servia SI shoats same weight at 435 Stanford Journal in custody of Detective Hazen wbo went over especially to escort blm A telegram from California brings home Tinkler does not deny his information that the sensational guilt takes things coolly and appears Bell Boy trotted a mile Sat- Â¬ to have enjoyed his homeward journey urday at Los Angeles that State in to the penitentiary 2191 thus beating bis best previous Milton L McFerran engineer of the record three quarters of a second Cannon Ball train which was in the A special from New York says that collision at Bardstown Junction yes Â¬ tbe spring sales of Keutucky breeders terday Is a first cousin of Mis Harri Â¬ will take place in New York instead son the wife of the President elect of Lexington as better prices can be their respective parents being brother obtained Major W R Thomas has and sister Mr McFerran is promi- already shipped fourteen head of year Â¬ nent in 1 A R circles aud is reported lings Paris News to be an applicant for tbe position of B Ecton sold to Thos Lisle from the Louisville Canal His injuries in 600 to 900 barrels of corn to be fed 011 the collision were severe but he bears tbe premises The part fed prior to tbem with soldierly fortitude March 1st was sold at 175 after that Journal date the price paid is 2 per barrel Tbe remains of the late Gen John A Mr Lisle will feed about 200 cattle Logan were Wednesday removed from Winchester Democrat tbe vault in the Rock Creek cemetery Twenty one apples picked by a New to the new Locau chapel in tbe Na- Â¬ farmer completely Holland Penn tional Soldiers Home cemetery where filled a half bushel measure The they will permanently remaiu The largest weighed exactly one pound transfer was made without ceremony five ounces and the smallest one in tbe presence of the family and a few pound The entire lot tipped tbe eloee friends John A Logan Jr scales at twenty four ounces Â¬ pinned on the breast of each of the seven artillerymen who have guarded bis Tbe president of the society for the fathers grave a gold medallion bear Â¬ Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ing Gen Logans bead in bas relief aud claims that it bas caused a considerable tbe word Fidelity on a bar decrease in tbe trade in horse whips in Boston and the manufacturers of Mrs Nancy Wickersbam of Har- Â¬ rodsburg bas lived there all her life whips report this the dullest year for She is 86 years old never saw a steam- Â¬ their business for a decade Farmers boat and though tbe Louisville South- Â¬ Home Journal ern passes within 100 steps of her door Perhaps the largest crowd that has she uutil last Tuesday was never close visited Cyntbiaua for years was iu at enough to a railroad train too see in Â¬ tendance Court day Auctioneer Levi side of a coach Last Tuesday she took reports fat cows at 2 cents per lb plug her first ride on a train She weut to horses from 25 to 65 inferior mules Salvisa and wanted some of her friends brought 30 com worth 160 sheep to go with her to keep her from jump Â¬ good quality worth from 7 to 3 ing off the train Tbe town has bad There is a great clut iu tbe apple trains running to aud fro for 15 years market at present The crop not only county court day iu the apple growing New York coun- Â¬ Last Monday brought to town tbe largest crowd that ties but throughout the Eust West bas been here for a long time There and Canadas bas been enormous con- Â¬ was but little stock on tbe market and sequently the home markets are but few sales Everybody seemed to overstocked aud the export trade de- Â¬ be loaded with money and determined moralized owing to rcceut exception Â¬ to use it in a way to make this a good ally large shipments notwithstanding Christmas to themselves and to all which fact the exportation of apples about tbem Tbe immense business last week reached 1000000 barrels transacted here Monday was strictly One county alone in New York is said a Christmas business The merchants to have produced upward of 1000000 in every branch of the trade claim barrels larger sales aud more cash than tbey Concerning hogs tbe Price Current have bad for years Lancaster Cor says Fifteen prominent points have Stanford Journal bandied 2S0000 for the week compared Capt Slocum of the bark Aquid with 310000 last jear The approxi- Â¬ neck lost In tbe harbor of Rio Jane mate packing for all points bos been rio arrived in New York Friday ac Â¬ 320000 for tbe week against 360000 companied by bis wife aud two chil- last year and a total of 2870000 since dren having made tbe voyage of nearÂ¬ November 1 against 3575000 a year ly 6000 miles from Brazil in a small ago The movement of hogs tbe past sail boat only tblrjy flve feet long week bas hardly been up to expecta Â¬ seven and a half feet beam and three tions A few bouses have ceased tem Â¬ and a half feet deep The only cover porarily expecting to start again after ing is a small canvass deck nous January 1 Capt Slocum sailed from Rio Jauerlo Stetson fine soft bats vnrlety of July 24 last and though they exper 24- Mitchell ience eome rough weather be and higj styles at Covington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-old Â¬ At tbe residence of Dr R C Clien Prof Ed Fogg of Ml Sterling baa ault tbe brides father In Lexington engaged his services as for Richmond Chenault Mr G Barbour Asa C Runyon L December of of The Methodist Preachers Associa Â¬ Wichita Kansas to Miss EmmaE card received Mrs M W Pearce announces the marriage of her daughter Nahine to Mr Rowland Weight Thursday December 20lh 18S8 New York City Miss Penrce was n grand daughter of the late Dr Charles J Walker of Richmond Mr Shipton Parke and Mis Mary Eliza Parks were married at the home of the brides father Mr James Parks in Madison comity Ky on Wednesday December 19th 18S3 by Elder J I Wills of the Baptist church A- Â¬ ttendantsProf R F Scudiler Miss Annie Bowman Mr C L Tipton Miss Susio Parke Mr Leslie C Moores and Miss Mat tie A Denny were married at the resi Â¬ dence of Mr James L Whicker near White Oak Pond church in Madison county Ky 011 Christmas day 1888 Squire William W Willis prformed the ceremony in his usual happy way After the marriage a big dinner was spread and all present were more than delighted tion of Columbus O adopted resolu- Â¬ tions strongly protesting against that relic of barbarism the Inaugural ball Elder L H Reynolds will preach at Mt Ziontlie first Saturday aud Sun Â¬ day in January at which time it will be determined at what time he will preach for thatchurch An elegant engraved reads The Largest and M ost Complete Line of Glothin gB 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 Sunday at the Presbyterian Church Rev Dr Drew and Rev Dr Hunter were put In nomination for a call to preach and then Rev Mr McDonald of Henderson who was called Dr James P Boyce a prominent Louisville Baptist minister died in Europe Ia9t Monday and Rev Dr Kerfoot has been made treasurer of the Southern Baptist Theological Semi- Â¬ nary in bis place The outlook for growth among the Christian Churches of America is in spite of their manifest aud confessed defects a bright one The vain dream of infidelity that a lime is approaching when men will live entirely in the brain aud despise the heart need not be feared Archdeacon Mackay Smith in Harpers Magazine for January Rer H G Henderson returned Sat- Â¬ urday from Mt Sterling where he bad been engaged in a protracted meeting at tbe Methodist church for nearly two weeks Large crowds attended every service and the meeting was iu every way a decided success Air Hendersons able and earnest preaching was the means of adding 15 members to the church Versailles Suu Â¬ Â¬ our line at LOWES PRICES T OU EVER BOUG EM AT BEFORE Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give yon full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces All tbe Latest Styles- in Suite - reoate o We Point With Pride To the name at home won by Hoods Sarsaparilla Iu Lowell Mass where it is prepared there is more of Hoods Sarsaparilla sold than of all other medicines and it has given the best of satisfaction since its introducThis could uot be tion ten years ago if the medicine did not possess merit If you sutler from impure blood try Hoods Sarsnparilia aud realize its peGood Â¬ culiar curative power m 29 Â¬ President Cleveland wrote a congratulatory letter to Geu Harrison after tbe Iatters election became a certainty I A Lady iu Sooth Carolina Writes and received a courteous reply Several My labor was shorter and less pain Â¬ letters are reported to have passed between the President and the gentle- Â¬ ful than on two former occasions physicians astonished man wbo is to succeed him I thank you for Mothers Friend It is worth its A Piece of Ilcr Mind Address weight in gold A lady correspondent bas this to say The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta 1 want to give a piece of my mind Ga 29 33 to a certain class wbo object to adver A man who has practiced medicine tising when it costs them anything this wont cost tbem a cent I suffered for 40 years ought to know salt from a living death for nearly two years sugar read what he says Toledo O Jan 10 1SS7 with headache bckuche iu pain Co Gentle- Â¬ Messrs F J Cheney walking or standing was being liter- Â¬ I have been iu the general ally dragged out of existence my men misery Increased by drugging At last practice of medicine for most 40 years in despair I committed the sin ot try- and would say that in all ray practice ing an advertised mediciueDr Pierces and experience have never seen a Favorite Prescription and it bestowed preparation that I could prescribe with me to the blessedness of sound health as much confidence of success as I can I honor the physician who when be Halls Catahrh Cure manufactur knows be can cure bas the moral by you Have prescribed it a great courage to advertise the fact The many times aud its eflect is wonderful medicine is guaranteed to cure those and would say iu conclusion that I delicate diseases peculiar to females have yet to find a case of Catarrh that Read printed guarantee onbottle wrap- it wonld not cure if they would take it according lo directions per Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr J J Green and Miss Alice Tip tou were married at the brides home Wednesday evening in Covington ot 9 oclock Rev E If 19th Inst Bransford performed the ceremony In bis accustomed smootli and felicitous manner in the presence of a small company friends and relatives of the contracting parties The groom is our well known and popular fellow citizen who was raised here in our midst and at present fuperinteudent of the Covington Tannery The bride the ac- Â¬ complished daughter of Col J M Tipton president of the Farmers Union Bank though a native of Kentucky has endeared himself to a huge circle of friends in Covington all of whom wish her an abundance of happiness and good forluue Elegant refresh ments were served at 10 oclock and an hour or two spent in pleasant conver- Â¬ sation which included congratulations and good wishes lo the happy young Weekly Recouple liptou Tenn cord Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes aud shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout lmm OF HATS GAPS C A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods EATJTXFUL IN ALL QUALITIES COLORS AND SHADES Tailoring Est aisSisBSsent at the very lowest prices for a first nnmniofo pmhmpinff all of the Latest YfaSnqs to be Found in a Forst Giass class fit workmanship and quality ot goous ccmsuiuruu We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to huy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper hut that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as 01 I00BS fgdjWith thanks IAD AT PRICES il TO BEAR US OUT for past patronage and hoping for the continuance I MAT IE HAI TVFASlXr SAID f same we are Very Respectfully COVINGTON MITCHELL S15S3DE37 218 1VEIST For all derangements of the liver stomach and bowels take Dr Pierces Pellets One a dose Yours Truly L L GORSUCH Office 215 MD Sumraltt St We will give S100 for any case of The Harrodsburg Saying3 and Doings Catarrh that can not be cured with says We are informed that in the Halls Catarrh Cure Taken in- Â¬ event Hon D W Lindsey of Frank- Â¬ ternally F J CHENEY CO Props lin is not in the way Col Phil B Toledo Ohio Thompson will be a candidate for tbe Sold by Druggists 76c State Senate in tbe senatorial district 29 33 of Mercer Anderson aud Boyle is impure thick It is thin and SEALSKINS G--AJSTl- D Health is impossible when the blood LIVE and sluggish or when impoverished Such conditions give rise to boils pimples neuralgia headaches rheumatism aud other disorders Ayers Sarsapa rilla purifies invigorates and vitalizes tbe blood It REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE STOCK MARKET EEPORT EMBRY lly GREENE Live Stock Commission Merchants at Clncin natl Union Stock Yards aud Corluglou Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio Good to Extra Fair to Good Â¬ Dec 31 iSSS 4 40 o p B NIN G OF Ladies who contemplate purchasing Sealskin Garments should remember that Sealskins advanced at the November fur sales in London nearly 50 per cent This means a corresponding advance in Sealskin Garments the world over Our heavy purchase of Skins prior to the advance has placed us in a position to sell SHIPPING CATTLE 4 io 4 25 Common and Rough 3 25 3 Co Good to Extra Oxen 3 75 4 00 Fair to Good Oxen 3 oo 3 50 22 2 75 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 75 3 90 Fair to Good 35 3 65 Extra Fat Steers 34 35 Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 00 Good to Extra Cows oo 3 35 3 Fair to Good Cows 2 75 2 25 1 5o8l 2 00 Common Cows 1 00 g 1 25 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 75 3 00 Best Bologna 2 403 2 60 Fair Bologna 2 35 2 25 1 85Q 2 15 Fair to Good Feeders 1 25 1 75 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 65 3 40 Fair to Good Steers 3 00 3 25 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 75 Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 a 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo50 00 Fair to Good 30 oo40 00 Common 17 50825 00 6 00 6 50 3estVeal Calves Fair to Good 55 45 Common and Heavy 2 50 4 00 HOGS Select Butchers 5 15 5 20 Fair to Good Packers 5 15 5 P5 Good to Extra Lights 5 10 5 20 Light Pigs 5 00 5 10 SPRING LAMBS 4 50 At tie Same Prices as Heretofore Tbe following list of desirable property has been placed iu our bands for sale We will lake pleasure in show ing the same and quoting terms aud Â¬ a Courier-- prices A new two story brick metal roof Residence situated on West Main Street rooms large aud conveniently located gas water works hot air fur- Â¬ nace good cistern stable aud iu every way a desirable home Two cheap houses on East Main Street four rooms each and kitchen Terms easy 200 Acres of Good Blue Grass Land large Residence near school aud Every tiling 3 farmer could church desire An unimproved Lot on High Street next to J J Brooks residence 200 feet front and 255 feet deep desirably located Size nf lot to suit purchaser A new two story Frame Residence on West Main Street ten rooms a de- Â¬ sirable home Seventeen unimproved Building Lots in Lyman addition nine lots sold 4 to 10 Cheapest lots iu Richmond OVERCOATS AND Although we are the heaviest holders of Alaska and other sealskins in Richmondj wo cannot guarantee these low prices far in the future Now read on to your own interest OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT boasts of such superb and varied assortment of NEWMARKETS We have that it is difficult to select any to which lo call attention among many others inter Clothina Hats EANCY STKIPES BRAIDED LIN TWILLS BEE and a vast variety of CLOTHS in all the popular new colors with Monkey Beaver and other Fur Trimmings For quantity quality and variety of JURHISEHSTG GOODS LAEGEST STOCK s Walking Jackets we challenge the world There never was such a stock around hre before GOOD BEAVERS FRENCH STOCKINETS DIAGONALS per foot Â¬ Â¬ 1 Two story Frame Residence seven rooms two cisterns good barn and Extra- 6 00 S large lot on Lancaster Avenue 00C Common to Good 4 25 A one and one half story Frame Cottage in Estill additlou just com- Â¬ pleted cheap A one story Double Frame Dwelling House on lot 100 teet front 212 feet deep on Irvine Stteet near R R 3 crossing A good investment CCUF09KD EaTMCTAJ A nice little Cottage Home for a small family ou North Street Two story Frame Resideuce with basement well locatd and desirable 490 Acres of well improved farming lands eight miles South East of Rich Â¬ mond Six unimproved Building Lots well located 60 feet by 150 to 190 with alley at back Two new Frame metal roof Residen- Â¬ ces six and eight rooms new designs IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIlltlnHHIl1 and Just completed on good size lots Tne Importance of purifying the blood can Â¬ well located not bo overestimated for vtithout pure blood Two unimproved Lots in Crow addi- Â¬ j oa cannot enjoy good health tion At this season nearly every one seeds a good medicine to purify vitalize and enrich A nice one story frame shingle resi tho blood and wo ask you to try Hoods dence 6 rooms Nqrtb Third Street Itstrengthens DosMiliar SarsapariUa up the system Good barn crib coal 144xl40 lot fCLrUlial 1 Dnni3 creates an appetite and tones the digestion house c while it eradicates disease The peculiar Five unimproved building lotg situ Â¬ combination proportion and preparation ated south of Madison- - Female Instiot the vegetablo remedies used give to 50x200 tute fronting on Second Street Hoods Barsaparflla pecul-- t- I u Ifcplf lar curative powers Ko feet othermedlcino has such a record of wonderful One unimproved lot corner Main and cures It you have made up your mind to Armer Streets 50x100 feet and 1 lot buy Hoods SarsaparSia do not be induecd to corner Armer and Francis Streets 50x take any other instead It Is a Peculiar Medicine id Is worthy your confidence 100 feet Hoods SarsapariUa Is sold by all druggists 6TIf you desire to sell or buy call Prepared by C L Hood Co Lowell Mass on us for terms IOO Doses One Dollar Respectfully Â¬ and novelties in Embroidered Vest Fronts LATEST STYLES LOWEST PKICES PLUSH GARMENTS What we have said of the reputation ot our Sealskins applies with equal force to out celebrated Tailor Made Form Fitting Plush 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 Order From Samples J7TT G XJItlVTEEI We will make you a suit to order from 815 up Be sure and see our styles aud prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at FLHSH JACKETS Eon Ladies and Misses The Tiew and popular shapes Modjeskoa and Langlrys Plush Sacques are all the rage in the cities Our Seal All sorts of Elegant Visiles and Mantles that come under the head of Short Wraps are shown in our department Mottf eska Wraps of Beaver with elegant Gimp and Ball Trimming some braided all over Ladies Cloth and Moscow Beavers quilted Satin Linings trimmed with Passementerie braided all over SPSuperb assortment of Mourning Wrape SHORT WRAPS ClfiOKUlIffl apU8 tf 8TOUFFEBS TI1E OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN RICHMOND FIRST ST raay2 tf ftOBHSTOI 29- - - Smith PowLii J923 Con Mainland Second Sts Richmond Ky o 9 -- - f w I THE CLIMAX EDNEbDAY JANUARY Baldwins coal yard Fonnan 5 t At Old FclloAVs Election the semi annual election of Madison New Hardware First The Kentucky Central railroad which Capt James T Shackelford has sold for over a year has according to rumor his interest in the hardware firm of Shack been sold and resold dozen of times but clford Gentry Co to his son Mr D which has never according to fact chang- Â¬ Bates Shackelford and the new firm of ed hands is at last to be sold and it is re- Â¬ Shackelford Gentry began business ported that the Louisville and Nashyille yesterday is in the field for its purchase and will Capt James T Shackelford hat been shortly make a bid on it Mr C P in the hardware business for twenty years Huntington who owns a controlling in- Â¬ has been decidedly successful and having terest in the Kentucky Central has de- Â¬ acquired a large run of custom desires to cided to sell out and has issued a circular leave it to the new firm which he in every advising all of its stockholders that by de- way endorses and recommends positing their stock they can obtain the Mr R L Gentry has been thirty years same price for their holdings that he him- Â¬ in the hardware business yet he looks self is to gel for his 51 per cent of the little older than that and thoroughly shares He does not intimate just who is understands e ery department making the to buy his part of the stock or who wants mechanical branch a specialty He will to buy the remaining 49 per cent but the be found at all times at his post of duty idea is prevalent among informed railroad glad to see his old friends men that the East Tennessee Virginia Mr D B Shackelford has been in the and Georgia will realize one of its pet house for a number of years and has been schemes which it has been nursing for for some time one of the firm He is a some time and scoop in the Central in good business man and will be found in order to give it the long desired line into the house always ready to wait on his Cincidnati Mr Huntington it is said numerous customers is to sell his stock by January 1 and it is The new firm will add materially to the very probable that a great majority of already extensive stock See the several the holders will dispose of their belong- Â¬ cards elsewhere in this issue ings at the same time as the stock is now PERSONAL quoted at a comfortable figure Courier G Â¬ The K To Be Sold k now open vrW Stones coal yard Lodge No 14 Richmond Ky on Mon Â¬ 1889 day night December 31st the following officers were elected C C Wallace NG II J Streng V F Stone open Secretary J E Greenleaf Treasurer GJ thortj So snow to speak of se far and Httle ice A Lively Wedding FAST LINE BETWEEN We wish to announce lo the partial readers and the variety and ex- Â¬ you want a good suit of first class If at the cellence ofits literary contents which in Â¬ quality at very low price go to Coving public that we have just opened clude serial and short stories by the beat 24- ton Mitchells fit it No 8 No in the house next door to the Gar- Â¬ No2 Dolly ExJSbb and most popular writers widest for the pe Â¬ the Lord and the Commonwealth of V7 R Letcher Ces coal yard is range of SOOTH BOUND Ex Bob rusal of people of the A large and well selected stock of nett House on Second street a Kentucky and by authority of Mr Tom tastes and pursuits Supplements are fre now in running order quently provided and no expense is spar Thorpe and these license I pronounce Hats Caps Ac at reasonable prices at fresh stock of the best brands of an 24- Ivc CovlBgton 83P a 82s pH vjoo pm ed to bring the highest order of artMt c Covington M Christopher wiM continue at you man and wife Mitchells Mr J KalitHwtli Le CynthiuMi KC03 a mat p 43 P ability to bear upon the illustration of the Lve 110s Â¬ 3P the Baldwin coal yard and FANCY You can decide for yourself where the MCjopaa 510 pat changeful phrase of home and foreign his 1140 a Arr 1arls The best line of Gloves in town Is to V iry pa fcie pai tory A new work of fiction froas Arr LsliglHi laugh comes in after having read the i3jo a at A colored chiW was burned to deathv yaopal pen of William Dean Howell and one by Part it be found at Covington Mitchells three paragraphs following 3S P ua pat fcos pai Capt Charles King will be amotm the Arr Winchester Sa rday night by being lelt alone ma 24- Arr mhraoinI 200 The Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat of leading features of the Weekly for iSBn room ftopm Arr Ianetster ocoo p last Tuesday Dec 28 had the subjoined Arr Stanford Hiss Holms Brnsb Donelson uses the best material that Ive Itiehmond 5P p F Adams wiH sett pufeHcly his home bitter editorial i The Sentinel-Democrthe market atlords and the best work- Â¬ The gifted artist whose portraits are yo p Arr Berea-Arr LivlnKtou- - 545 P seldom uses second hand matter but men He puts up none but the best and 00 acres of land at Cortege lint on described below by the Courier Journal that can be had in the cities We PER YEAR when it does it gives credit or intends so work Buggies carriages etc made Jamarj lith is well known in Richmond where she propose to sell to do to the exchanges There is no more to order Call on him BOUKDi No 3 apr4 tf No L HARPERS WEEKLY- No 5 NOnTH 4m Willis has soW to Mr has many relatives and friends and has Sure W despisable thing in the newspaper busi- Â¬ HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 ao often visited Samuel Dejarnett a tot of 11 eo pound Kanus Specific will cure Rheuma HARPERS BAZAR 4e ness than stealing items from other papers At Esootts there are seen two artistic HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE- - 1 os IJvingston- - 83o ami cattle at 34 cents An editor who clips news for his paper tism or money refunded Price 75c at Come and see ns and be convinc- Â¬ Lve uerea ara isve specimens of Miss Katherine Helms Ac A Pestege frte t aU MWrni 1145 a Arr Iliehmoml without giving credit is devoid of con Whites Drug Store becoud street ed that we have a first class stock Ive btanliml Mr W B Turner is removing his dry- - brush the more ambitious of the two Journal United States Ctttoda r AfaiMw 5- ant 730 scienccnd cheats his readers and broth- Â¬ near Garnett House Lve Lancaster 8k ara gooJs to the house recently occupied by being a life size portrait of the late Thos Dr T J Taylor has returned from er editors At the same time that at Arr Ittclunoml- - 1100 am he ex- Â¬ A CHILD KILLED Helm Marshal of the Louisville Chancery is C Francis LE Lve Itlehrauml Ohio 130 pm Waco Mining and Manufacturing Co 50 am The Volumes of the Weekly begin with hibits himself as a thief and a cheat he Arr Winchester X1S P n Court Not only is the portrait a ery 740 a Another child killed by the use of the first Number for January of each year Arr laris y5 p 835 am This company was organized on last Mr George Phelps has returned from sets forth the fact that he is too lazy for Molengraft charged with stealing a close one but the artistic pose and color Â¬ subuciiptkm opiate given in the form of Soothing oo pra When no time k mentioned yoo pm r 3S Lve Lexington the dogs to bark at Yet such men think 815 am 3 jo pra wilt begin with the Number current at 2tk of money about 15 from Mr G 3 40 pm Lve Pari ing are perfect showing the high cultiva Â¬ Friday with a capital stock ot 200000 a trip East syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ P m9x6 am 43 P 4 Lve Cynthiana time of receipt of order C Francu was held in the sum of 75 tion Miss Helm has received since in the with privilege of increasing to 500000 Mr John R Gibson was at Lancaster they are making a great show in the world dren such a deadly poison la surprising We shall aim to secure a fair share Lve balmoum 45 Pra ME03 amj S P Bound Volumes of Harpers Weekly and some people are so ignorant that they 600 pm 1135 ami 630 pra Arr Covlnjrton art schools of the East The second is a The liabilities are not to exceed Siooooo on a visit last week when they can relieve the child of its for three years back in neat cloth binding call said alleged editors clever fellows and of custom by square dealing and MAYSVILLE BRANCH H McBraycr provides childs picture the most difficult attempt Â¬ The officers elected are T B Smith Pres In his will W will be sent by mail postage paid or by peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby Miss Mollie Fife attended the Christ- Â¬ their papers newsy ident Cincinnati O F Gridcr Vice provided tbe express free of expense Uia las subscription of 30000 to Cen- Â¬ ed by any artist executed in the most adNo M No K Soother It coutalus no Opium or the handling of desirable goods mas hop at Versailles Dally Dally President Waco Ky In the same issue the Sentinel-DemocrWin Benton freight does not exceed one dollar per vol Â¬ SOUTH BOUND tra I niversity shall be paid within three mirable manner Miss Helm has done Morphine Sold by W G White LjQBi Ex Sua ita ume for 00 per volume Congressman Roswell had this CO Dr J M Feland of Bath county visit DAVID CHENAULT many notable portraits but none which Treasurer Waco Ky C L Searcy Secyf r Prescription Druggist Cloth Cases for each volume P Flower has added immensely to his for- Â¬ Waco retary Ky Directors Jno relatives here last week 29 600 a ra 105 pm for binding will be sent by have received higher praise from artists Lve Majsvllle tune in the last two or three years His 14s pm paid 35 am Johnoou The Good Templars Lodge had a potxtd and public than these two latest examples Weyer Zanesville O S D Amick Bal- Â¬ Donelson will make you as good a oa receipt of 1 00 each Miss Anna Frazee attended Mrs Gen Carlisle timore Md L T Andru Nashville money has been made largely in promot- Â¬ buggy or carriage as can be bought am 1 5 pm partv Friday night and realised consider- Â¬ of her busy brush Sllllersbtirg rsi am Remittances should be made by Post Ransoms reception in Lexington 5 Pa Sm Arr Iarw Tenn Thos S Moberley Richmond ing railroad enterprises and in big stock any where in America able They have a nice lodge room and apr4 tf Lexington 913 am 6cio pra Office Money Order or Draft to avoid D In- Â¬ and bond sales Mr Flower is worth 6 Ky T T Covington Richmond Ky Prof Morris Long of the D u am fcoo pm chance ot loss CovlBgton 60 members about Donation of a Historic Sword If you want a nice buggy pbteton W D stitute Danville was here yesterday No 11 000000 or 7000000 Joel T Embry Waco Ky tvfy MM No 9 Xevtsafers are not Gen C M Clay has presented to the Rucker Waco Ky Dally Daily NORTH BOUND vertitemtut teitkut the exres tnltrmf carriage or barouche Mr Albert W Logan of SHefcyvttle M Lackey Waco On the same day Dec sSth another rockawuy Ex San Ex baa Harper Col John P Barrett of Louisville Brothers AdoVeos apr4 t L T Griggs Waco Ky The isited Mr J Speed Smith last week paper 30 miles from Mt Sterling had coupe go to John Douelson a former student of Central University library of Berea College an elegant sword Ky BROTHERS that has a history It bears this inscrip company will begin work at once and will HARPER this Congressman Roswell P Flower 200 pra a located in Richmond n charge of W tion on the scabbard Covington- Lve New York 23- Mrs P F Adams of Waco is in RichLexington 735 am 4 as pra Advice to Mothers coal yard purchase a diamond drill and bore for oil added immensely to his fortune in the has R Letcher Cos a 30 am So p Pari- MrWnriKowsSooTnijio8Ticrtliotiiahrmy Presented to Cassius Marcellus Clay and gas The Elliston mill will be con- Â¬ mond undergoing medical treatment I keep nt my yard near the depot in Arr Mtlleriburg 5 47 P KS7am last two or three years His money has t uaed nbfli eSiildren ere ratting tetth It re Itiehmond all kinds of i anisic 911 am 6S1 pm tiara theUttltraffcnrat once it produces natara Messrs Roy C White and W S by the citizen of Madison and Fayette verted into a tiling and fire brick manufac- Â¬ MC15 am Miss Bettie Weathers of Lexington is been made largely in promoting railroad qaiot sleep uidlht uttlachenibawakeaiM bright ro P Johnson 1889 counties 184S mcjp a 740 pra Mayville ia Terr It tory The company have thoroughly visiting her sister Mrs Dudley Tribble enterprises and in big stock and bond u button childItaofteoa thepleannt to tastepaia D ncan left yesterday for Cohmhus Ga gsnMallaTi ill soothe the On sales Mr Flower is worth 6000000 or KguiataatheDoveuaaaMUieteitKnoira remedy No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p ra ar Â¬ wJia lot of good males and will have tion the hilt is this additional inscrip tested the glass sand and find it will make Dr Low of Jellico Tennessee is visit- Â¬ ferdiarrhow whether ariaing from teethiagor rives Park 755 p m plate glass ot finest quality A Boston c hers sent them in a few days 7000000 otbRcaoMs TwcatjflT ecata 0 bottle and the famous Youghlogheny Coal Dont kill the men they are innocent syndicate is negotiating for several acres ing his brother Mr A G Low of this Note No 3 Daily between Richmond t 66 Also Anthracite I will handle Henry Duncan Is running the stable Lexington and Covington January 23rd of white clay Expert glass men from place ILLUSTRATED Co a new I only am responsible Messrs David Chenauk No 4 Daily between Covington Lex W II Kelley will build you a good 1847 Prof and Mrs R L Preston arrived corner ot Second und Water streetB Louisville Baltimore and Akron have nn have opened their new house and ngton and Winchester It will be recalled that Gen Clay and a pronounced the glass sand equal to any in on Monday and are at Mr Rutherford near Dnnelsons shop Horses hitched house cheaper than arjy man in towu Harpers Bazar will continue to main- Â¬ n w goods next door to Garnett House Direet connection is Biade at WiireheMer or fed Call and see him court day and mar7 tf number of other soldiers were taken pris Â¬ the United States and all say that white Blantons with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt hterflnir tain its reputation as an unequaleii family Read their ad and give them a call Huntington Charleston V Va Ashland 11 all the other days journal Its art illustrations are of the oners by the Mexicans ami came near sand and natdral gas are nearly always Ranns Specific will cure Itheuma its literature U the choic Mrs Coffee and daughter Miss Saun- Â¬ AND TOBACCO and Eastern Cities 3 and 4 ran via Wls- - highest order its Fashion andofHousehold The K C brought a corpse through being put to death He saved the men found in the same locality There is no FAST LINENos tism or money refunded Price 7x at kind and WE CAN AND DO in ItiUman SteeplBfc est clieterolkl Trains with and Richmtmti Va departments of the most practical and Ruimond from London one day last by the utterance of the above sentence doubt of the existence of natural gas ders of Danville are visiting relatives Orders left at W G Whites nnd C Cttrs between Cincinnati Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for lt Whites Drug Store Second street DC v ei going to Paris It was of a young and himself by the aid of Masonic friends Wlicn the old salt well was worked 50 Richmond 5- near Garnett House E Smith drug Mores anil at A H and Winchester and Washington Cheeked to economical character Its pattern sheet supplements and fashion plates alone wilt Through Tickets and man who jumped from the train and was so it is said Upon arrival home the peo- y ears ago gas was struck which destroyed Mr James Heath nephew of Dr M has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo Lalors grocery will receive prompt at- any destination readied BaegnRe by a railroad save its readers ten times the cost of sub Â¬ ple of this country that it is superior to Underwear very cheap at Covington tention ple presented the sword as a token of the works k led His name was not known company also hae sev C Heath was here from Camden South all The any scription and its articles on decorative For fall particulars other preparations tor blood dlsens 24- Mitchells Mr J M Christopher will always be asentot the Companyaddre or call oa their esteem It has a jeweled hilt and eral other things on their lands that will Carolina last week or art social etiquettee house keeping cook- Â¬ Mr V M King will remove from Waco es It is a postlve cure for syphilitic found nt the yard and will take pleas- Â¬ ery etc making it indispensable to ewy an immense curved Made the scabbard be a surprise to the country which will be V B MORSE E H BACON S Prof M J Treadway Superintendent poisoning Ulcers Erustions and Pim Â¬ GUARD AGAINST THE STRIKE tr station Camp C B and C W ure in wating on all customers Its bright short stories and household Trav Passr Agt Uen Tasor ARt gold mounted and was worn by Gen developed soon Lexington Ky timely essays are among the best publhn of Public Instruction in Owsley county ples It purifies the whole system and And always have a bottle of Ackers CoingtonKy Million of this place have removed to I hope to receive a fair sharp of II E HUNTINGTON F BCARR Agt Clay while Minister to Russia visited his friend Mr F M Lutes at Red thoroughly ed and not a line is admitted to its col Â¬ T E BALDWIN Mercer county and V W Hardin of builds up the constituEoglish Remedy In the house You patronage Richmond Ky umns that could oSend the most ftwtkHons Uenl Manner 29- House last week Union City has removed to Lexington Whiskey and Temperance in Kentucky tion Sold by W G White prescrip- Â¬ can not tell how soon Croup may General Ofllces Covington Ky taste Among the attractions of the new New Furniture Firm strike your little one or a cold or cough Miss Florence Barlow Miss Pattie Mil- tion druggist volume will be serial stories by Mrs Fran Â¬ There are many distilleries in this part Ex Mayor J E Greenleaf lias bought cis Hodgson Burnett Mrs Alexander John Edwards Adams Express Agent may fasten itself upon you One dose UNIVERSITY deal of whisky ler Miss Bessie Miller and Miss Fannie C1IAS S POWELL J SPEED SMITH the interest of Mr W M Ballard in the of the country and a great Frune your grape vines and fruit is a preventive and a few doses a posi- Â¬ CEHTRAL William Black and Thomas Hardy and was attacked by Monroe Thompson Williams attended the Dandridge Winn is made I am not defending whiskey a series of papers or nursery Ballard treei shape up your yard trees now tive cure All Throat and Lung troubles last Wednesday and the latter came near furniture house of Buchanan wedding at Winchester at least any that is less than thirty years by Mrs Christine Terhune Herrick SMITH Employ F F Adams who will be catching a 3S buKet in his carcass Dont and the new firm of Buchanan Green- Â¬ old and has attained a medical quality The SECOND TERM of the present yield to its treatment A sample bot- Â¬ Congressman McCreary was at home here for 30 days Call at S Parishs leaf began business on yesterday Mr monkey with any you now Monroe tle is given you free aud tbe Kemedy session of this institution will begin Til express my opinion that Christmas but his wife remained in Wash- Â¬ II or drop a card Satisfaction guaran Â¬ guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ Greenleaf cannot leave his position in the But I want to buzz saw Periodicals this is as temperate as any region in the ington They were dined by Speaker and teed Monday 21st S9 28 30 First National Bank beings the cashier so i PER YEAR tion Druggist Mr and Mrs L MulKns have enlarged he has secured Hie services of Mr Tltom United States There is a wide spread Mrs Carlisle before the Governor left But students will be received on and For more than forty years Ayers HARPERS BAZAR 4 on their green house on Orchard street to as Chenault of Lexington w ho will act strict temperance sentiment and even for home after January 1st and charged for the deHARPERS MAGAZINE Cherry Pectoral has been successfully 4o immense proportions and have nov fif- as salesman in Mr Grecnleafs place prohibition prevails to a considerable Term only The ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Nellie Gaugh of Lexington the prescribed in cases of consumption HARPERS WEEKLY 4 Whiskey is made and stored and teen thousand pots of growing flowers Mr Chenault is already well known here gree We represent ten of the strong- Â¬ HARPERS YOUNG PEOPL- E- 2 very fine looking assistant at Prof Will This medicine always aflords great Â¬ and plants Still further enlargements and has many relatives and friends in the mostly shipDed away rightly or wrongCommercial FOH ASSESSOR U sttitrirs ht tkt iamsonb College at Richmond returned relief in pulmonary est Fire Insurance Companibs in Fret ly it is regarded as a legitimate business diseases Ask will occur in the spring county We are authorized to announce W home yesterday after a visit to Miss Bet your druggist for it the world We represent the Uniitii Stmlts Caimd r Mtxic is conducted by lt J HARVEY for Assessor of Madison will be iu charge nt Messrs J I Clel Mr A C Buchanan has been in the like wheat raising and Â¬ A colored man in charge of the water Special at- Â¬ Company that has the largest men I believe this to be the tie Cromwell of Cynthiana Paris Kencounty subject to tbe action of the land and J M Duncan w furniture business in Richmond too long honorable AND CONTENTMENT The HAPPINESS tuckian tention will be given to tanks on the the K C beard at Shearers 12- capital in the world the Company the firstVolumes of the Bazar ofbeg1 year that drunkenness does not pre Democratic party Number for January ench and is too well and favorably known for truth7and Station that the tank at Whites Station paid up capital When no vail in the neighborhood of the distilleries Mrs J SWinn Winchester Mrs J Canuot go hand in hand if we look on busi- AND that has the largest Company that will begin time is mentioned subscriptions We are authorized to announce JOEL BOOK was empty walked the entire distance comment here He understands the with the Number current at in the world the nor did I see anywhere in the country I Blanton of Cynthiana Miss Carrie the dark side of every --little obstacle Asses- Â¬ in every branch even to embalming T EMBRY as a candidate for about twenty miles to refill k No train ness has the largest assets in the world time of receipt of order evidence-- of a habit of dram drinking of Barbour of Cincinnati Mrs Emmett Nothing will so darken lifo and make sor of Madison county subject to the dead Bound Volumes of Harpers Bazar for Ackers action ot tbe democratic party was going that way soon enough to suit the e offer Dixon of Paris Mrs C M Clay Jr of It a burden as Dyspepsia traditional Which will be taught without extra the only Company in the world three 3 ears back in neat cloth binding Mr Greenleaf will add greatly to the the him ins whiskey as a hospitality It is true Paris Miss Emma Chenault ot Lexingt Dyspepsia Tablets will cure tbe worst charge Mr L T Davidon of the that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ will be sent by mail postage paid or by business of the firm by his extensive acWe are authorized to announce that mint grows in Kentucky and there on Mrs J S Winn of Winchester were form of Dyspepsia Constipation and A J WILLOUGHBY as a caudldate Courier Journal Compiny has gener- Â¬ count and does not make you express free of expense provided tne Dr U C Ambrose of Ford will re- Â¬ quaintance and popularity Indigestion and make life a happiness for Assessor ofMadlson county subject ously supplied the necessary apparatus agree in its policy to wait sixty freight does not exceed one deWar par are persons who would win the respect of here Christmas move to Boone county in a few days to Mr Ballard w iil first devote his time to for 00 per volume and pleasure Sold at 25 and 50 cents to the actiou of the Democratic par- Â¬ for the Department concoction of in days after a fire to getyour money volume Cases 7for each volume miUohi L H BLANTON take charge of a lucrative practice Dur- Â¬ settling up the affairs of the old firm He a tide water Virginian the 3- Mrs S J Embry very handsomely en- Â¬ by W O White Prescription Drug Â¬ ty Cloth a julep And no doubt in the mind of 29 32 Chancellor All Companies charge the same for binding will be sent by mail post Â¬ ing his residence at Ford he has built up thanks the public cordially for a generous tertained Mr and Mrs J S Hocker gist Kentuckian there is a rooted bepaid on receipt of ft 00 each rate then Editor Climax an extensive practice and the people will patronage and hopes the new firm will the born m Friday night A number of of Mrs Em lief that if a person needed a stimulant made by Fost Several weeks since I noticed in Remittances should TO THE PDBLIC immediate friends and relatives were receive a like liberal share of trade regret to learn of his intention to leave brvs Why not Insure in theBest Omce Money Order orbeDraft to avoid the best he can take is old hand made your paper a call ou me to become a Winchester Democrat Tlte new firm will continue to occupy present and a most delightful evening was chance of loss candidate for Assessor of Madison whiskey Where the manufacture of the large three story building on Main I desire to state to my many friends county 8Igned Many Voters of spent An elegant supper was one of the Insure your house and contents Newfafers arr tut to py Mi mivtf whiskey is the source of so much Geing Sooth Having considered tbe substreet and will keep a full line of goods Stanford Journal and the public generally that I have Million enjoyable features and sleep soundly it will he too tisement aeMfnt the exfr treUr revenue and is carried on with decorum H M Linney has sold for Mrs A C BnoTHBKS sold my interest In the Hardware Arm ject I have determined to become a There will be a meeting of the stock- Â¬ late after you are burned out HARPBR of Louisville Prof of course the public sentiment about it Dr John Barbour Many Voters of Dunn her pretty home place on Lexing Â¬ Co to my candidate I thank Valuable Real Estate Sold of Shackelford Gentry Address Million for their kind aud I must holders of the First National Bank of Our Companies have over 40 diners from that of a community that James Henry of Versailles Dr G W son D B Shackelford ton street to Wm Reed Esq of Mercer and that I say flattering expressions as to my Richmond at their banking house ou 000000 capital and over 100 HARPER BROTHERS Mr W W Pigg has sold bis vacant makes its money by raising potatoes for Stagner of Louisville Mr Thomas Rice 18S0 for county We welcome him to our com- Â¬ lot that lies on Main street between the have retired from that line of business qualifications 22- New York I therefore nnnouuee TUESDAY ofJANUARYto8 serve the 000000 assets viz Directors of Stanford Mr Tom Moberley of Fay- Â¬ For twenty years have dono business myself as a candidate for Assessor of the election munity and regret to lose Mrs Drtnn new lHtel and the store house of Coving- Â¬ starch Where the horse is so beautiful I ensuing year Liverpool London is inNew Haven fleet and profitable of course there ette Mr Sam Phelps of subject who goes to Georgia to make her home ton Arnold in the firm ami retire with the satis- Â¬ Madison county party to tbe action of 28 29 J E Grkenleaf Cashier Assets 40476673 Bro and was formerly tense interest in him and the general Conn Mr W O Parrish of Lily Ky Globe the Democratic 1889 with her daughter Price of the place occupied faction tiiat I have had a liberal and Commercial Union 24476165 Very truly by his livery stable that public take a lively pleasure in the races all late of Richmond came home Christ- Â¬ Guardian 20603324 13- profitable patronage aud have made a C R Tudor 2too Danville Advocate burned Mr A R Burnam was the but if the reader has been accustomed to mas Home 8061183 great circle of friends to whom I am purchaser at 6000 The lot is 41x265 associate this part of Kentucky with horse Lancashire Xew Insurance Firm 7289585 FOR JAILER Mrs Judge W M Beckner of Win- Â¬ under lasting obligations I recom- Â¬ We are authorized to announce feet The old brick on the lot brought racing and drinking as prominent characQueen 6050025 Messrs R R-- Burnam and C B Hume chester will recieve New Years evening mend the new firm to the public aud Hartford 5238604 ILLUSTRATED the additional sum of 663 Mr Burnam teristics he must revise his opinion WAGERS a candidate for have formed a partnership in the fire in- Â¬ assisted hope the same generous patronage may JOHN FMadison county subject to the German 2187173 She will be from 6 to 10 oclock will erect two excellent business houses Jailer of Charles Dudley Warner in0Harpers FiremansFund Farm- Â¬ 2181925 surance business with oftce at the 3- There will be a meeting of the stock Â¬ by Mrs D T Buckner Mrs Wash Mil- Â¬ be accorded them action of tbe Democratic party Harpers Magazine is the most useinl Col J W Caperton has bought of Dr Magazine for January 2006857 holders of the Second National Bunk National Bank They have nine ers National entertaining and beautiful periodical at ler Misses Mamie Holloway Fannie 1 wish also to state that I am anx- Â¬ G W Evans the second and third stories We are authorized to announce of Richmond at their banking house Im- Â¬ strong companies North American Among the attractoos far Morton Annette Mabelle nd Mae Van ious to have the business of tbe old JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for on TUESDAY JANUARY 8 18S9 for Total 119121514 the world hallway and back yard of the First Na Â¬ 1S89 will be a new novel an American Hanover Amazon perial Springfield Tbe Bine Grass Girl meter Julia Spurr Rosa Justice Leila firm settled as speedily as possible Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the the election of Directors to serve the Bank for 5000 Dr Evans recent- Â¬ tional story entitled Jupiter Lights by Con- Â¬ apriS gm 3- Niagara and Pennsylvania Germania ensuing year The limestone and the blue grass to- Â¬ Bean Addie Hodgkin Lizzie Willis Mar Â¬ therefore parties ludebted will please actiou of the Democratic party stance F WooIkhi illustrations of Shake Â¬ ly bought this property of the Masons Connecticut They propose doing busi Â¬ Â¬ J Stone Walker Cashier speares Comedies by E A Abbey a who owned it and occupied the rooms as gether determine the agricultural pre- garet French Sadie Prewitt Annie and apply at the old stand at an early day We are authorized to announce ness from the ground up and you had as series of articles on Russie illustrated bv 28 29 eminence of the region and account for Lee Croxton Kate Wheeler and Llew Very Respectfully BAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi lodge rooms T de Thulstrup papers on the Dominion well go and see tbem date for Jailer of Madison county sub Jambs T Shackelford Samuel Biggerstaff has sold 105 the fine breeding of horses the excellence eelyn CloudT Winchester Sun Mr of Canada and a characteristic serial bv ject to the action of tne Democratic Richmond Ky Jan 1st 1869 three Nof Charles Dudlev Warner acres including the brick residence the of the cattle the statue of the men and 0- Capt D L Cook has resigned his po- party Harks of Esteem ewgian Studies but they hae by Bjornstieme Bjom Mrs Lucy Ann Karr farm near Red the beauty of the women Co of sitition with Howell Gano a historical son illustrated Commodus new year with tbe Angelina Walker a colored woman House to his son Mr Da rid Biggerstaff social and moral influence also It could We are authorized to announce Cincinnati and will in the future travel In beginning the play by the author of Ben- - llur Olustrat Â¬ as a has returned from New York City for Mr Biggerstaff sold to Mr not well be otherwise considering the re in the interest of Kruse Bahlman Hard new firm I take pleasure In referring THOMAS H FERRELL countycandi- Â¬ ed by J R WegueUn etc The Editon 4000 sub whither she went to be present at the Haywood Jones 96 acres of the same tract lation of the physical condition to dispo ware Company the largest house of the to the success and reputation of the old date for Jailer of Madison Democratic al Departments are conducted br George ject to the action of the Â¬ Â¬ meeting of the stock- Â¬ There will be a We should be surWilliam Curtis William Dean Howclls sition and character in stating that it shall be our party marriage of Miss Nanine Pearcc grand- for 4- kind in the West Their place of busi Â¬ firm aud 190 holders of the Farmers National Bank Â¬ and Charles Dudley Warner daughter of the late Dr Charles J Wal- Â¬ Mr S D Parrish has sold to Mrs prised if a rich agricultural region health- ness is Nos 11 15 and 19 Pearl street endeavor to sustain the fair name and banking house We are authorized to announce of Richmond at their Â¬ ker to whom Angelina once belonged a lot in the Parrish addition ful at the same time where there is abun- and occupies fifteen floors one hundred merit the patronage that has heretofore JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer on TUESDAY JANUARY 8 1889 for We have of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ the election of Directors to serve the Conspicuous among the presents at the for dance of food and wholesome cooking is feet deep They will add 100000 to been accorded the house 300 4-eiifuiti year one of the largest and best stocked tion of the Democratic party Harris Clay wedding was a valuable Mr D B Seackelford has sold to Capt the rule did not e8ct the tone of social their capital stock on January 1 18S9 PER YEAR 2S 29 S R Pakkes Cashier present from the colored servants of Sen Â¬ houses In Kentucky Yet we shall add D Feeney a vacant lot on trancis life And I am almost prepared to go Winchester Sun J HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 00 FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT many important article and leave ator Harris further and think that the blue grass is a street for soo HARPERS WEEKLY 4 00 Elder S W Crutcher of Belton Mo We are authorized to announce J B nothing uudone for tbe convenience specific for physical beauty and a certain HARPERS BAZAR 4 00 Masonic Election HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ preached at Kirksville last Sunday and and good of our customers We shall HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 2 co graciousness of life I have been told that Opposed to Female Suffrage perintendent of Public Schools subject At a meeting of Daniel Boone strive to do the best that can possibly to the action of the Democratic party there is a natural relation between Prcs will perform the ceremony at the Postage Fret to att Smkxriktrs ht the Judge Mike Saufley in a letter from byterianism and blue grass and am point- Â¬ Lodge A Y F A M No 165 held marriage at Nicholasville to Â¬ be done by our customers United Stales Canada r Muica 8-at Foxtown on Thursday December 27 Wyoming Territory to the Interior Jour Â¬ ed to the Shenandoah and to Kentucky as day Elder Crutcher is an active man Yours Truly the following officers were elected Wm nal says D B Shackelford evidence of it Perhaps Presbyterians During the past year he baptized one 106 MAIN STREET The rohmes of the Xasaximk begin When women unsex themselves when naturally seek a limestone country But hundred converts and did much other Bennett Worshipful Master JW DEALER IN with the Numbers for Jane and Decem We have associated ourselves togeth Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Post C FrankHn J W they abolish the distinction between male the relation ifit exists is too subtle and good work He lives within twenty miles Baxter S W A ber of each year When no time is After so many years ot residence and er in the Rarbering Business and are Ed P Mil- and female spheres they may certainly the facts are too few to build a theory on of Kansas City and next thing you know business career In Richmond I am yet Offlce at Richmond Ky week ending located at 106 E Main Street in Ram- Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and specified subscriptions wilt begin with the Madison Burgin Secretary January 1 1889 Number current at time of recast of order lion Treasurer sey building uext door to Roberts Tine Lankford S D and reasonably expect the usage which Still I have no doubt there is a distinct he wilfill the pulpit of the largest church convinced that- - it is the most pleasant Bound Volumes bt Harpers Maga- Â¬ Lindsey L W Plated ware etc Special An exiled variety of women known as the blue grass in that live city He and his twin brother and best point can find for a con Coffman Joe Wines drugstore Thomas Williams J D Lucicn Rains man receives from man I Martin W Ferguson Jas M zine for three years back in neat cloth First class work guaranteed Shav Â¬ attention given to queen may inspire us with respect but girl A geologist told me that once when William each received a handsome gold tinuatlon Mullins Dr W H 3 ing 10 cents biadimg will be sent by mail pot paid I have very receatly Fumer Chas childrens hair cuts 15 Muconden Ladelle on receipt of 3 co per volume Cloth she who abnegates her sovereignty only he was footing it over the State with a headed cane on their 50th birthday pres Â¬ visited several southern cities Includ Â¬ Gentry W M cents The Drill Philups Jennie DIAMONDS Cat es for binding 50 cents each by mail Please give us a call Satisfaction SETTING to indulge her lower tastes excites our geologist from another State as they ap- Â¬ ents from their only sister Mrs Duerson ing Memphis but saw no peopla whom Holcman Sallie post paid Rolston Margurete insured Hones Thos H SQUIRE COBB The special drill by Company E at the disgust I place ray uncompromising proached the blue grass region from the Index to Harpers Macazixb AlphaShelley Ellen I liked so well as these here nor did I Homes H 23- M C MOORE Court house Wednesday night was wit Â¬ hostility to female suffrage not upon the southward they were carefully examining AND OTHER PRECI003 STONES betical Analytical and Classified for VolToohey Patrick find any business point that I preferred Hones George THIN COLUMN who ground that women are not intelligent nessed by a large number of people ume t to 70 inclusive from June 1850 to to this I have been thirty years in Howe Charles W Turner Erank the rock formation and studying the sur- Â¬ Holbrook George Turley John June 1SS5 one voL Svo Cloth 4 00 pronounced the performance a most cred Â¬ enough or good enough for the ballot which were usually HARRISON D MILLER A m an took a pound of salts the other hardware and shall employ all my ex- Â¬ Hurse Henry face indications Remittances should be made by Post Warren MrsSallieF itable one Capt Smith delivered the that would be a false premise but upon marked on the border line to determine night to the pound party perience and knowledge in tbe further Jackman G F Office Money Order or Draft to avoid Williams Mrs J T remarks of the evening and Lt Bigger the ground that they are too good to be exactly where the peculiar limestone for Promptly done aud in a workmanlike chance of loss Williams Frank B trade for tbe mutual La May jonn 109 IRVINE STREET A boy informs us that the most fun he auce of the firms staff was presented a medal by Sergeants brought into contact with tlie questiona Â¬ to cefy tits adver NeTospafers are manner mation began Indications however are saw this Christmas was eating turkey and good of our customers and ourselves Lewis Ren tisereent vitiant tie express arder of Barlow Rice Tevis and Mershon and ble methods which party politics has wanting Suddenly my geologist looked Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p Next Door to Post Office X take special charge of tbe de- Â¬ Harper Brothers Address cranberries Thanksgiving day Money order and registered letter Corporals Luxon Brown and Rice The made respectable We are told that they up the road and exclaimed partment of roofing guttering tbe H Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver prompt 7 A 11 to 6 i M HARPER BROTHERS Purify drill closed withipper atDineHls popular elections that she manufacture of tinware and of repairs hours would purify Mrs Story told Mr Foundry We are in the blue grass region now Nsw York J B WILLIS p it Furniture Repairing And 83T Dont forget the place next door 23- 1 To purify a cess pool do we indeed asked the other would marry him on a certain day at I shall be at all times glad to see my How do you know Hand Mangled- to the Post ofliee Rlcbmoud Ky Which would likely failed to do so Should friends and customers in it Flemingsburg but place a rose Persons hav Â¬ Why there is a blue grass girl AMt Sterling telegram of Wednes Â¬ receive the greater influence from the There was no mistaking the neat dress it be said that she was true to her name ing bought farming machinery from jan 4 tf Â¬ Uplolskrin day says Quite a serious accident hap- other Do we take our wives and daugh the style the rounded contours the gra Â¬ announces that us will find me always ready to secure The Winchester Sun pened yesterday morning to W O Chen- Â¬ ters to placet too horrible to mention cious personage A few steps further on been buying hogs and the for tbem duplicate parts at small cost Promptly CARPETS LAID IN FINE ault Master Commissioner of the Common that the latter may be purified If we the geologitts found the outcropping of Mr Pigg has Beattyvillc Enterprise recently relat Â¬ Wishing yon a happy New Year I Pleas Court While his dnHdren was mix snow and mud is the latter purified The firm of Bnllard Buchanan do- Â¬ STYLE Give him a Call 24- Charles Dudley ed that Mr Hogg had been buying am o R L Gentry the blue limestone ing a furniture business in Richmond ccebrating Christmas with the usual fire Â¬ or the former soiled It is a lamentable Warner in Harpers Magazine for Janu- Â¬ pigs Ky has this day dissolved by mutual cracker and Roman candle early in the tact that evil influences are more potent A DUTY TO Y0UBSELP ary consent All parties owing the tai PLACE Oh Im just crushed with trouble morning one Iktle fellow about two and than good ones fRyais Patent Post hole Men are already suffi Â¬ once and settle call It Is surprising that people will use a firm will pleaseW MatBALLARD exclaimed he as he sank a large ciently corrupt Their morals are not a half years old unnoticed lighted Owned bv J R Estill and Mr and The steamer John H Hanna with Im miserable A tt BUCHANAN Mrs M C Estill of Clark county sit- Â¬ Whats the common ordinary pill when they can cannon cracker and when observed by improved by the bajlot as the ballot is now 2300 bales of cotton aboard look fire into a chair and gasped TRANSPLANTER DEfltfO 29 32 December Slat 1888 uated on the Speedwell pike about No secure a valuable English one for the was asked his tather was holding the lighted cracker abused and will continue to be abused Christmas morning at Plaquemine matter family sick four miles from Rlobmoud eoiitalnlue Dr Ackers English Light Simple Strong and Effectlre Well sing it same money in his hand The cracker was about to so long as there is party strife Popular La ninety five miles above New Or-Â¬ got no family but wife near pills re npoWii e cure for The explode when Mr Chenault seeing the elections are simply necessary evils fiow leans nnd wns entirely destroyed Of out let us hear whats the matter I Land and all liver troubles They are DISSOLUTION NOTICE It Is the onlr self clenfoi TMcser 400 Acres of No dangerous position of the little child in from the necessity of civil govern- Â¬ her passenger most of whom were poor fellow gazed far away out the win- Â¬ made and can be csed In any kind ot welt improved easily taken and do not Good Brick Dwhli Â¬ small sweet crked the lighted toy from the childs ment which U foanded not in the virtues soil no matter bow siieky with perfect colored people not more than twenly dow and in a half exhausted manner re gripe 8old by W Q White Prescrip Â¬ good or- Â¬ INU fine barn out buildlHg ease It tbos possesses great adTan The partnership of C E Bmy aud hand and attempted to hurl it away but but in the vice of mankind If women fiive or thirty reached the shore lated that his wife had ten cages of birds tagesorer all other diggers in the mar chard never failing spring c I for KENTUCKY T J Davis doing business in the gro- Â¬ With It a man can easily dip 300 sale privately to otoxe a partnership to tion Druggist trt holes per daj It is exceedingly before he could disengage it from his are to be brought into the vortex God It is probable that more than and two aquariums and that he had toiOO in its pretty women cery firm of Berry E Davis has this This place was formerly light ret very strongly mads and warÂ¬ therein hand it exploded tearing bis left hand help us I drowned or get up at all hours of the night to feed Berry retiring day dissolved C Kentucky boasts of fifty persona were either ranted PriceH ownrd by CoL C K Eill Fur fur Â¬ GABBIAQE fearfully Two of the fingers of the left blue grass and her cele- Â¬ having sold his Interest to T J Davis burned to death Some of those who the birds and to pick the fishes up off the fine hors ther particulars enquire of who will awume all the debts ot the Do you sutler with catarrh You can Inmnml overboard stucu fast in tue floor and put era back in the aquanumi brated C FETEESEH 8 60 hand had to be amputated by the phy Â¬ Gaulera Chicken Cholera firm also collect all account due tbe I C Vasmbter Jk WlHohesfer Ky JOHN DONELSON you take Hoods BaraapnjH sician and it is thought the fore finger of be cured If v ed t0 I Here is a ceremony used by a well Cure which is sold on the mmAly or J V Gafekton Richmund Ky 20I2KE C E Bekry firm the right hand wBl be lost Tdr Chen irilla the great blooU puriner 23 28 29 2 Willi plan by Btocklon T J Davis Dec 2 IS33 aprt tf I known Magistrate at a wedding lat week J2S88 death Fserattroic 29 all druggists ult it MiSering much from the wound to date Conductor Butler and family are holas St We copy bodHy and soully from the Bourbon News the subjoined A gen- Â¬ eral fight occurred near East Hickman Monday night in which three men were shot one probably fatally Sci Thomas was being married in the church and a Madison crowd got drunk and broke up the ceremony by shooting out the lights in the church A Jessamine man named George Jones shot five times into the Mad Â¬ ison crowd and wounded three The Mad- Â¬ ison men lelt the county Jones was arrested All colored Â¬ Read it and if you like it and want to get married let us kndlv and well give God you his name The Squire said made Adam and he put him in the Gar- Â¬ den of Eden But God saw that it was not exactly right for Adam to be alone and then he made Eve and gave her to Adam to keep him company So mar- Â¬ riage is of divine origin it started in the Garden of Eden right at the time when God gave Eve to Adam and it has held good ever since Adam and Eve multi Â¬ plied and spread out and set us a good example Now therefore in the name of Covington Mitchell have the largest and best line of Overcoats at very 24- low price Call and see them Ten Cents Â¬ Dal CMai Co KENTUCKY CEHTRAL fl ft i88g Will get a Clean tow Â¬ els and sharp razors are plentiful None but first class worklnmen are employed Give us a trial Entire 16- satisfaction is guaranteed nett lioue Barber Shop tint class shave at the Gar- Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Cen- Â¬ Harpers Weekly ILLUSTRATED Harpers Weekly has a weU estaMssned place as the leadine illustrated newspaper hi America The fairness of its ejitoriat comments on current politics has earned for it the respect and confidence of all im- Â¬ ItfEW GOODS tral Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west Lexington Cincinnati STAPLE jp GROCERIES CHEAP for CASH Je te at Harpers Periodicals Â¬ i5 Seasonable Prices Â¬ at Â¬ COAL YARD t Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Coal LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY Harpers Bazar Â¬ W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k POWELL II U 19 January Fire illSUFi Harpers or at n- Â¬ - Department Psfe at KEEPING TELEGRAPHY to y It or matter-of-cours- srs i- - Â¬ all and ELECTION Por Bank Directors you Â¬ f ir as ok e of ry I Â¬ use a y can Â¬ ELECTION Por Bank Directors Hurons Magazine nglish bead y are r the o not scrip- - Irocer- - 417 rsT ircoD a Demo- - ELECTION For Bank Directors ADRUFF b offices till and only Harpers Periodicals Xtfew Sartor Shop N Death-erage-Wel- COBB LETTERS IOORE lICHiMtMJEiElEfi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UtSOTKT ST Â¬ tjihe Poatj Â¬ REPAIRING- Si wrieG ffifeugtas a wy Mrs st s IjL fH lepfcroriia ffcetca J CbasO nee oiDissoliii Por Sale Privately Fine CarriMr CAi l0 a-M-- 7 - JsaB1r sr THE ESTILli IHtXAllO bK l sick-headac- vJiMSs afcAaK J WMKS Hi srlmsi m rmH jL AJSTTEH5 CHICKEN TIOIEJ THE ENGLISH CLIMAX DEPOIEi CLTJB Cholera Cure 1889 Tlie Lowest Bales Ever Offered tlie Public BEAI FOR TOUBSELF PERIODICALS Harpers Monthly and The Climax t4 3 Harpers Weekly and The Climax 4 50 Harpers Bazar and The Climax- 45 2S0 490 390 280 Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than aM other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy thatfasUmfy arts it has been made and to be con viaced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for owe hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded 19 18 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Harpers Young People and The Climax The Century and The Climax Scribner and The Climax Demrett and The Climax Scientific American and The Climax American Magazine and The Climax Puck and The Climax The Judge and The Climax The Forum and The Climax Frank Leslie and The Climax Magazine of American History and The Climax Magazine of Wee tern History and The Climax Alienist and Neurologist and The 400 37 53 470 5 35 45 465 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Burlington Hawkej e and The Cli- Â¬ max 2 5 The Dultith Paragraplier and The A Branch of 3InsIo In Hare Ifever Been Exceled We picture to ourselves tho old halls of England in tho times of good Queen Bess stately dames and gallant cour- Â¬ tiers rise boforo our eyes hoops and ruffs doublets and hose make briDfant coloring against oak panels with hero and there the glisten of nt mofi and that nothing may bo lacking to this brilliant spectacle there is also brilliant sound Some such madrigal as Morloys Now is the Month of May- Â¬ ing flows on with its rare fooling of revelry from no musical hirelings but from the gay throng itself proud to do honor to the English art of tho day to that music in which we stand now as as we stood then in tho first and fore- Â¬ most rank as composers Where should we find such a gathpring to givo us that beautiful love lorn pastoral or merry making music at the present day Instead of that wo spend 500 on a concert to give supposed satis- Â¬ faction to a similar assombly often with a very dire result musically lit- Â¬ tle remaining to us of tho ovoning but a general sense of hurry as we sduffle on to something eise nelthor place people nor performance having givon us tho slightest gratification One of the simplest methods for the cultiva- Â¬ tion of musical taste we believe to bo genoral participation in it when it forms an evenings ontortainment Why is a ball so much the most popu- Â¬ lar form of gathering Because every one has his or her active share in tho Will the timo ovenings proceedings ever come again when goneral society will givo us part music as wo have roason to believe it was given in tho when the number time of Elizabeth of dels too used by composers must have doubled ordinary musical study No one in those days was considered a properly constituted member of society unless he or sho could at sight take a part in those famous choral produc- Â¬ tions No mean standard of excolcnco either A sorry hearing would bo tho result of an amateur or professional reading of them nowadays Then no- Â¬ body cared for solo singing the ingenu- Â¬ ity displayed in writing vocal music in many parts was eagerly welcomed by the court and by the country add to excel in the production and perform- Â¬ ance of such nunc was the nighest ambition alike of the musician and the amateur Coming at a date when all that was great in poetry lay as it were before them assisted by the real encouragement of Elizabeth not only as a queen but as a musician if she ever performed half the pieces con- Â¬ tained in her Virginal book our madrigal writers were determined that the sister art should not be a whit be Â¬ hind the age in whfch it lived and in- Â¬ deed they succeeded in their ambition In this particular branch of music the English have never been oxcoled or we venture to think equaled by other nations For a period of fifty years madrigals led the way in music in En- Â¬ gland and were almost all for which popular taste asked Their 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oontents of the that club with The Climax We can testines of the flies that fed upon tho secure for The Climax subscribers any spit cups containing the sputa of con- Â¬ periodical or cky daily or weekly at re- Â¬ sumptive patients They invariably duced price found present in this excrementitious Any chy weekly m the United States matter the bacillus of tuberculosis tho for 100 demonstrated contagious prinoiplo of consumption They also found these bacilli present in the dried excrement BOOKS For 15030a get The Climax one of the flies as it was scraped from the rooms occu- Â¬ year and any w of the following list of walls and windows of the pied by consumptives It has been books well r demonstrated that these germs With the Poets by Canon Farrar possess wonderful tenacity of life Christmas in a Palace Hale and they suggest in their report Life of TwingleGrob how oasily the air or food and drink Story of the Men ODonovan may become polluted by the dried re- Â¬ Memorie and Rime Joaquin Miller mains or dried excrement of flies Tlie Bovrsliam Puzzle Habberton My Musical Memories Hawek having access to the sputu of con- Â¬ In the Heart of Africa Baker sumptive patients Thoy further sug- Â¬ Tlie Fortunes of Rachel Hale gest in thoir report that a suitable reWit Wisdom and Philosophy Richter ceptive soil is quite as necessary as a Himself Again Goldsmith suitable seed for successful implanta- Â¬ The Home in Poetry II oik way tion and propagation of tuberculosis Rutherford FawcelU Ten Years a Police Court Judge Tho practical deduction from these A Yankee Sclvool Teacher Baldwin experiments is the great importance Life of Wickhfi Wilson of promptly and effectively disinfect- Â¬ True Lathrop ing the sputa and spit cups of these Christmas in Narraeansett Hale unfortunate patients either by tho Working People and Their Employers Howard the Christmas Hero Holloway complete destruction of the sputa by The Hero of Cowpens McConklej fire or by a strong solution of corro- Â¬ Destruction of Gothem Miller sive sublimateor of phenic acid This The Coming Race L Hon report and the practical deductions Life of Martin Luther Kostlin therefrom only more strongly con- Â¬ By Laws of Literature Wlieeler firm us in the opinion that too great Illustrations and Meditations Spurgeon care can not bo observed in the ex- Â¬ Scientific Sophisms Wain right Historical and Other Sketches Froude posure of the well to this disease Scottish Characteristics Paxton Hood that consumptives ought not to cost India What can it Teach Us Miller thoir expectorated matter upon the Nature Studies Proctor ground and upon the floor of churches Successful Men ol To day Crofts and public halls to be dessicated and Bam Hobart Fulton set afloat in the air to bo breathed Essaj s of George Elliott Sheppard Collin Clouts Calendar Grant Allan into the lungs and to contaminate our Flotsam and Jetsam Bowles food and drink Then too greater Lives of Illustrious Shoemakers Weeks conveniences should be 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combination is efÂ¬ The Persian Qiieen Thwing fective Jewelers Weekly Ingersoll Answered Paiker Blood of Jesus ReiJ In a race between a zebra and an Reminiscences of Lj man Bercher ostrich held in Zanzibar recently the American Humorists Howels prize was given the rider of the zebra Highways of Literature Pryde Charlotte Bronte Holloway although tho ostrich came in a hun Â¬ A Winter in India Baxter dred yards ahead The zobras jockey Jewish Artisan Life DeMtsch claimed that his rival woa on a fowl French Celebrities and the judge sustained him Harpers The Clew of the Maze Spurgeon llasar Chinese Gordon Forbes Archibald Malmaison Hawthorn A Michigan woman by actual count Old Sailors Yarns caught 19000 lies on fly paper in nine Att Unfortunate Woman Turgenieff flies like fly paper in fact The above books are equal in every res days The pect to the preceding ones except not as they are stuck on it Chicago Her-Â¬ ald large ine UMWon Â¬ the Labor of Their Fcds 7t is often said that literature is not a profitable calling and that a vory large majority of those who have do voted themselves to it have found this saying to be true There is little doubt that thd average earning ill tho law and medicine and even in divinity are larger than in tho profession of authorship Yet on the other hand to a very limited few writers of genius or talents the writing of books has beon a source not only of profit but of fortune It is only a little moro than a hun Â¬ dred years since Br Samuel Johnson taught his brother authors to look for their profits not to the rich patrons who paid them a larger or loss sum for fulsome dedications but to tho fast Yet increasing public of readers long before Dr Johnsons time there lived now and then an English author whose work was woll jaid for While Milton rccoivod only 5 for Paradise Lost tho poet Pope not many years after received no less than 40000 for tho far less laborious task of translating Homer Similar inequalities of rowards to authors ap Â¬ pear at a little later period Gay got 5000 for a small volumo of poems Beggars 2000 for his Opera and 5000 for his play of Polly while a far greater poet Gray only gained 2000 for all his poems and actually gave away his im- Â¬ mortal Elegy in a Country Church- Â¬ yard to his publfshor Tho publisher made 5000 on the poem Goldsmith considering his genius was very poorly paid The Vicar of Wakefield brought him only 300 and his poem the Travelor yielded only 105 Johnson himself had to be contont with moderate rewards for which was his work for Rasselas written in a single week in order to pay the expenses of his mothors funer- Â¬ al brought him 500 whilo tho Lives of the Poets only yielded 1000 It is interesting to note that now and then prose works brought substantial rewards in the last century and early For his novel in the present Fielding received 5000 Amelia and Hayley received for his Life of Cowper no less than 55000 Tho life of the philanthropist Wilberlorce brought its author 20003 As we approach more recent times we find yet larger sums pouring in upon the few popular authors who have succeeded in gaining a wide pub- Â¬ lic hearing For instance Sir Walter Scott made and it is sad to say squandered a brilliant fortune solely the labor of his pen He is believed to have made out of his poems and novels as large a sum as 1500000 Yet he spoke of authorship as a good walking stick but a very bad crutch An eminent publisher offered Tom Moore 15000 for a poem as long as Scotts Rokeby and the result was the production of his famous Lalla Kookh When Thomas Campbell was only twenty one years of age ho got 3000 for hisPlewures of Hope The English historians of the high Â¬ est rank have fared woll in a pecuniary sense and the same may be said of the throe or four leading American histori-Â¬ ans Hume got 3500 a volume for his History of England and Macau ley received once a check for 100000 on account of three fourths of the profit Gibbons receipts from on his history the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire were probably not less than History 50000 Robertsons prosy of Scotland brought him 30000 and Lingard received 23000 for his his- Â¬ tory Charles Dickens is believed to have made a yearly income of 50000 by his novels It is certain that he made and by lavish living spent several goodly fortunes Bulwer is said to have made 1030 03 by his novels and Disraeli for Eu dymion aione received 30000 Three or four American authors who are still living have made largo fortunes by their books Sometimes a single work liko the life of Grant and Mr Blaines Twenty Years in Congress and General Wallaces Ben Ilur has earned a fortune for not be given sometimes warm and over my postage stamps Life somotimes cold but with regularity Mercy Sweet Girl Its ten or else the pigs will miss it greatly Has lima evjr passed so oclock Keep the manuro heap under cover quickly with you as it don now De Â¬ so as to bo able to work it over in win voted Lover a traveling salesman tor Bains should never fall on the Never except at a railroad dining manuro at any season It is of great station Philadelphia Ileeord advantage to turn over the heap in Yes I enjoyed tho Miss Clara winter create heat and thoreby do opera last evening very much Ethel composo the materials in order to and afterwards the supperat Del This powder never ariex A marvel or More wlioloomcness nurlH treiiRtli roilder them fine and in good condition monioos Mr Featherly is a delight- Â¬ ceonvimcul llian and ordlunry kinds nnjlÂ¬ thethe cannot be old in competition Willi nlqm mulforspreading on tho land in spring Miss Ethel a bosom ful oscort and titudes ot low let uliort weight A cow known as ShadelandMaud ld only In cans Do you know Clara I think phosphate powdew friend 106 Vail Street 1UYAI IlAKiso Powder Co that died in Crawford County Pa re-Â¬ you would make a very skillful violin New York 21 2U contly was widoly known as a wondor Miss Why Miss Clara player in Ethel derful mlker As a You have such a natural apti- Â¬ OFFERED 1887 sho gavo in one day 113 pounds tude for working a beau Sertbners of milk and in one week 730 pounds Magazine In one month of that year her yield of Looking out of the window into a It for an Incurable cose of Catarrh milk amountod to 3033 pounds more rainstorm xJl aaafaaIn fllaJinnil proprietors of janil iy 33 the Head by the fPL9triv little Willie inquired be than a ton and a half Mamma where does all the rain k UK SAUfc a UWlMrmi ncmtun Headache Pastures should be grazed down come from From the heavens Symptoms of Catarrh Into obstruction of nose discharges fallingacrid and no tall grass or weeds should re-Â¬ And do people drink all that water profuse watery and throat sometimes purulent Yea main Not only is it injurious to al- Â¬ continued the little fellow at others thick tenacious mucous WVttA IIUBU16 wwsi low the weeds and grass to remain expecto- Well rejoined the was the reply offensHe but stock will be inconvenienced in small wit I should think it would be smell and taste impaired and teneral oetoHty wot seasons unless the frosts come very unhealthy to drink there are so Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres In con cases Thousands Bo3ton entatonce and end in the of e result oarly Dry pastures should be pre- Â¬ many dead people up there pra sumption bealinjr properties ferred in rainy weather Tall grass is Budget Uy ts mild soothing- and Dr Saires Kemedy cures tho worst cases 50c vory injurious to sheep getting them Guest registering to Hotel Clerk The Original a wot and causing distemper a I am Editor Styggles of the Buck IXTTIE PG If farmers lived to the reputed ville Gazette but I havent er any i iyfr Pills a rea bgo of Methuselah and all the rest of baggage with me Clerk hospitably VeuxtHKEi WYfea1Wo PurIv VtQtta the family ditto there would be more Glad to see you editor that wont TS3 Uc IlarmUsu USJlBv sense in reminding the farmer it costs make the slightest difference Guest Smallestcheap UneaualedasaHverPUI to make a start in any kind of a little rTrv My not having any baggage MtRSt to take One Pellet a Dose tdacbe BUlou MUtf improvement It is no use to talk No your being Editor Styggles of liizzliicDS Coiifctipatiou IiidlKestion about heavy expenditures any more the Buekville Gazette Two dollars UillouH Attacks and all derangements of S5ctsbr druggists the stomach and bowels in introducing improved blood into the please Epoch 25 21 herd The mlin who raises a half Briefless entering the office of a QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO dozen calves cant afford to own a fellow dtsciple of Coke and Black- scrub sire Hoards Dairyman New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanoog How goes it With you Quib- Â¬ stone It is advised when packing ap-Â¬ ble Its as dull as ditch water with ples in barrels to make first and me Im not making a cent Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Quibble second qualities and in cases where Same here Nary client Briefless 1 1 Tl TIT fl Tl 1 JLTI j there is a small portion of unusually Suppose we go into partnership large fruit even a third quality In We might mtko a more respectable this way uniformity ia size which con- Â¬ appearance as a firm Quibble for- Â¬ tributes greatly to the appearance caa getting above mutual admissions be preserved and while one quality a Hm I dont know about that You THE SOOTHERS ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC C0AS1 will sell higher than a lower one the see that scheme would divide profits V aggregate amount received will be and double expenses Judge larger than when large medium and Customer That was splendid in- - Dancer cf Life kMowerGJuld L CIelnU and Lexi small apples are packed together Morning and Niclit Brnmt Lars to a sect powder you sold me the othar day tor-- toorjTo hjarijCRS apiltaWjtrte the Iraportaut Cities ot the booth without change Ntfd Exposure to rain for a lengthened Mr Oilman Mr Oilman with justi- Â¬ r period will cause serious injury to the fiable pride RUNNING THKOUUH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE f L Ivr LllIlO TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Yes I think its pretty UHIj T skin of horses and colts The skin be- Â¬ good the best in the trade 29 33 Cus- Â¬ Travelers hve R ebte tf two kiads of Sleci CNtrtsiiril comes covered with a hard thick coat-Â¬ tomer OlrCLlUl lOlltU QUEEN ANDCKEhCENT HOUTS Manii I Ill take another couple of ing which consists chiefly of the soft pounds of it please doir Uuffet Car ami riillmaah Flneat Palace Buffet blooper State Heem latlerMr Oilman matted or cotted together underhair connect wild t Two pounds Yes Customer Leading Nearly CKFX r N 1 This prevents healthful action of the please I gavo the quarter of a pound passengers holding tickets n t iitd Central Union Depot in Clnelnuatt skin which is thickened with a cover- Â¬ that I bought before to a black beetle rerore sa eti transfer across tne uiy ami are anHireu a JoonMjr attende t k IS THE FIXEST AA1 BL8T lfortand ceDveuienee ing of dead tissuo forming a hard and it made him so ill that I think if I x Crust This should be carefully loosensimvr I1nml keep up the treatment for about a weeii lllUUM illlU JLIiliUl till- - IlilAnn miff KlUaUUJll beaitbera btatea ed gradually by thorough ourrying T may manago to kill him Pun General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Ploomati Ohio and brushing Tho way to prevent it D G EDWARDS JOHNCUAULT Actiag General Pawenser A General Manager is obvious LAWYER AND JJDGE R X RYAN R CAHKOLL Farmers dont begin feeding hogs General Pre General Superintendent J QUINLAX General Ad vertlitrAeat so early as they should says the Indi- Â¬ An Ohl TInic Missouri Attorney Who AVas Not liimly lut Down ana Farmer The fall months are the Mr Peyton K llayden was in his best part of the year to feed in Tho corn is in the best condition time one of the prominent lawyers of More pounds of meat to the bushel Missouri but he seldom read any with less labor can be made in the fall thing outside of his profession hihI ootter than at any other season The was laughably ignorant of history and Once in cross examining farmer does not get the very best of geography State if you pork who puts off feeding until corn a witness he said matures and then feeds on all dry corn please to what nationality you bo diet Green food should be provided long 1 am a Dane A as late in the season as possible sir answered the late planting of evergreen corn comes witness You are a Dane are you Now in and lasts up till cold weather sets in For a later green food resort must be will you be so kind as to tell us when It aumdi at the head of all good ttnxas Tooae who laalii to hare ira it st rrcan hral ooqnAlnt them you left Dane had to roots mt wiUt Ok- - m-- nu ot our limnieate Doet Den- Â¬ take oar word fr what we sct bot see and U wir I never left Dane sir I left lawroroetiU It ho dealer sells our orgalM m yom CHEMICAL ANALYSIS leeunty write to tbc factory mark Its Unrollabllltr When Applied to the Ex Every one in the room laughed and BUY KOOTnEU amlnatlon of Soli examination eame to a sud- Â¬ Address WIL ER ORGAN CO It is often thought that a chemical the cross den end oxaminationof any soil will reveal the rtiKUaviMaifrcm L23IiANOT Pa Mr llayden was not always so easily true value of the ingredients contained 9 34 put down however lie seldom used in it Many consequently have the idea that to analyze the soil chemically the termB plaintiff and defendant but Ono is sufficient to show what elements are spoke of the parties by name present and how much of these ele- Â¬ day he was pla vding the 033 of a Mr its author and as he went oa repeated the Tho Original Wins These instances however are the ments can be utilized by the plant in Jones C F Simmons St Louis Propr name again aid M A Simmons Liver Medicine Kitd rare exceptions Fortunes come much the process of its growth And further judge interrupted ajain finally tlie PalI--and--Wint- er-him iSo in the U S Court defeats J more seldom to authors than to other that by knowing the mineral constit- Â¬ IIZlinProprAQbiminoiM Lir Mr llayden will you do m a fa- Â¬ er KrgulatorEstd tyZtiliiiS6S workers in intellectual fields nor uents of the matured plant and the total 1 M has tor 47 years Md should such cases as have been de- Â¬ amount of these constituents extracted vor cured Indigestiov Biliousness CONSISTING OF Certainly your Honor with pleas- Â¬ DrSMPSIASlCK IlEADACHELOST young people into by tho crop it will be an easy step to scribed delude irraTITB 13 SOtK OTOMAC1I ETC Key T thinking that authorship is the path- Â¬ ascertain what mineral fertilizers are ure Reams Paator M K and Church Adams Tenn writes I thought said the judge hesi Â¬ needed to apply to the soil to make up way to wealth Youths Companion uunic 1 snonia nave neen dead but any deficiency caused by their absence tatingly if you have no objection you from the medinm price to the highest It is our aim tor your Genuine M A Sim- Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I have from the soil or to make good what is might be willing to tell me the name of THE NEED FOR SALT to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods 3M5 sometimes had to substitute your client rrr Zeihns stuHforyour Mediextracted by tho crop to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but Is Not as Frononnced as Wo Ilavo Itecu It lCKITS cine but it dont answer the A general roar greetod this sally Director II B Battle of tho N C purpose Taught to llellevo good honest goods at honest prices We handle the Of but Mr Hayden at once replied I It Graves TWItnr Tit Dr The importance of salt as an article E S says that the fallacy of this rea-Â¬ course sir my clients name is William BaHtst MemDhia Tann aava- best makes of custom goods and want a share or I received a package of your Liver of diot according to a scientific writer soning lies in tho fact that a chemical your patronage if prices are a condition Medicine and have used half of it Jones sir He lives down on the Moro is overrated A continued use of large examination of the soil while it does It workshte a charm I want no just below Jefferson City sir His better Liver Iteeulator and cer Â¬ Respectfully quantities of saltjiroduces scurvy The give tho total quantity of its constitu- Â¬ sir tainly no more of Zeihns mixture ents does not give the quantity avail- Â¬ name is William Jones sir popular belief that an appetite for salt I thank you said the judge pro is universal among tho lower animals able to the plant such as can be coed with your argument utilized by the plant This fact is all is without foundation in fact Dogs mchsi iy Mr llayden proceeded and taking cats and other carnivorous animals Important for there may be plant food up a certain point went over it and show no fondness for it and the same in abundance in tho soil yet in such 49 40 a form that it is impossible for tho over it till the judge again grew im- Â¬ is true of the fruit oating animals plant to derive any benefit from its patient Even herbivorous animals do not eat fr- I wish to know Mr llayden if you JF 5F 3J5 3 ypBA salt regularly with their food but only presenco though it may lie in intimate will do me another favor contact with its numerous roots Many at long intervals which suggests the Certainly sir thought that perhaps they take it as of our ordinary ieldspathtc rocks con- Â¬ Then I wish to know whether you tain in every 100 pounds as many as 10 a vermifuge In certain parts of tho SEAT FASTENER dont think that when a lawyer has world whore salt is unknown ante- Â¬ pounds of potash Yet these 10 pounds to 100 pounds of said the same tiling one hundred and rays almost equivalent lopes abound in countless numbers J T ainit are in such an insoluble un- Â¬ fifty times it would be well for him to IS THE and in parts of Africa where available form that they are absolute Â¬ move on salt is abundant tho antelopes show No sir said Mr Hayden I dont no fondness for it There are many ly unserviceable as plant food unless BEST fflATEST instances in which flocks of sheep and by some process of disintegration and think any such thing and I will tell they may become you why I suppose sir that if I had herds of cattle have been reared suc- Â¬ decomposition cessfully without salt In certain parts hanged to a form which the plant can mentioned the name of my client once SEAT FASTENER I had done so a hundred and fifty timest of Central Africa salt is more scarce ako up The thorough chemical examination but after all your Honor sir forgot than gold and to say that a certain man will givo the quantity f va3n pros- - his name and was obliged to ask mo EVERfflYENffl eats salt is to say that he is very rich ent and likewise the quantity of the what it was So now my plan is not Yet the people living there have exist- Â¬ ft lct the seat firmly and Immorablr and ret It but the sci- Â¬ only to say a thing but to rub it in if I ffS -- IS -be e ed for ages and have enjoyed the best other chemical olaments by anil a cenU in stamps or fcLCOnerdnzraau anil Hft Youths Companion can Tho Fopulor Lino bsiweon of barbarous health without a tasto of ence of chemistry has not yet devised Y-an exact method for determining the S UADGEH Atrturn salt from infancy to old age Salt is not Cincinnati The Next Naval War in use in Siberia as a common constitu- Â¬ proportion of those constituents which LAFAYETTE and ent of food and the same was true of is available to tho noads ol tho plant It is an open question whether in tho North American Indians previous and which can be used by it in its the next naval war undefended tow ns Th Estlra Trains En TttCSCl WKWat Cfcmt to the discovery of tho continent by growth But doos a chemical analysis of the will be attacked In past wars thoy Inillmpn Sloepinfr Cars tend Sletrant Tte PAID VP CATHJLL STOCK 200000 Europeans and for many years after have not been but somo think that clinic Cair Cais oa 2ight Trains OIISrOXlfI-N-T- X and is still true of thdTampas Indians soil no matter with what exaotnoss it they will be in future that is to say Magnificent Parl r Cars on Say Trains Good Housekeep- Â¬ is carried out show with sufficient ac-Â¬ of South America XT rVX7XTS curacy the contents of the soil Can thoy will be given the option of paying ing BITW3EK we depend on its results to show witb heavy sums of money in a short timo tho idea definiteness what fertilizer to apply to or suffering bombardment and The Drummer as a Teacher Tia tho C L St L A C RaTtirer EI3 roar SO being that the more money obtained the soil to render it more productive UJ sad Tto4jia Uae There has been much written of late For this distinct purpose the chemical and the greater misery generally in- Â¬ Fall man BnCrt Sleeping Can P llman RecMniav C3 Cars Firat Clas Coach about tho drummer as an educational analysis always so delicate and accu- Â¬ flicted the shorter will be tho duration Chair CoachesNew Baggage Cars sit run Second a and Class throats A cubic foot of of tho war and this mRy very possibly without change bet wet n Cincinnati and tit J am CO institution and whon ono thinks of tho rate is inadequate Â¬ different business methods obtaining our average upland soil from results bt true That small cruisers of the en Elogant Reclining Chclr Cars V tho emy will if they IShu sink our mer-Â¬ now from those of fifty years ago obtained at the Elation in nrmtx 110 weighs An chant shipping and leave the crews pounds there seems to be something in it In post and ia thi the old time the country retail mer-Â¬ icre of this soil 9 inches deep to take their chance of sink or swim in C I Rt T b C a4 1 1 ft W f i t T Ine own boats is moderately certain SIAMJFACTUKEnS 8F or a their chant visited the big city once or twice weighs 2835062 pounds Nine inches for such tt cruiser could neither afford Commodious Rcolinlna Chair Cars A year saw the new styles and learned fraction over 1417 tons Bnwira of progress that had been made in his are taken as an average depth reached time to rescue the crews space to stow iHIGLES lino had a sort of semi annual fresh- Â¬ by plants roofe with cotton the tap- Â¬ them nor men of her own to form a Propristors and Sola Ussrs cf Secblers iBfrsygd Psrfedfei nftl WCEL Tk SEEUJOK prize crew Blackwoods Magazine ening of his wits as it were Now some root grows even much lower than this St LA C red T P W U Pd sin nam uuaraateed as Eeprcaenirel visitor from a big city calls upon him The ordinary application- of ammoni An Evidence of Insanity BEND TOB CATALOGUE AtfMeaffsSt foals md IrxrU ek e ztA In every week and tells him all there is to atod fertilizer is 200 to 300 pounds to rnodUto ca QMrtlans are nad ritk all llati tc Sir YoJer your daughter Irene ad frost tAe Rarthwt r at d SoatLne t know He has the advantage too of tho acre If this application of 800 ruirfjaiJ Eajssp Oath Fsisit his grandfather in getting his informa- Â¬ pounds is thorougly mixed with the has given me her prmiaelon to ask of Iliccji oMamed at en Tlek t ta all lrferffi1 51 OfSee C I in j ei t all C cupon you her hand in marriage but before not from ono source of supply toil and an average sample obtained tion ocClVTalaovialhiali Ticat OCSS iSrrrotit oroitrlra BUSINESS COLLEGE but from a dozen Tho brightost men then by no chemical means no matter I ask for your formal oonsent you will IOHH EGAH Geairwa aJ Tit itct in the business aro his instructors and how delicate can this ammoniated fer- Â¬ pardon me if I make the inquiry as CifCTtmaTT o Tho tilizer bo detected and yet this appli- Â¬ it is a matter of lifelong1 consequence they come from everywhere cation changes the yield from an un Â¬ to me whether or not there have over modern storekeeper sees the product in sample of every factory in the productive to a productive ono and been any indications of insanity so Poail horses trotters and runners country and now ideas are almost draws the lino between success and far as you know in your family shod lu any munuer deired I have 800 pounds Not only can not You say Irene has accepted you forced upon him Ho owes much to failure just received an extra lot of four year the instructive drummer Shoe and to the acre be detected by chemical Mr Hankinson old second growth timber for repairing means but it is also the case with 500 I am happy to say she has Leather Jteporler Largest anj most complete stock in all kinds of wagons All work guar Â¬ Then sir said the old man shak Â¬ pounds with 1000 pounds with ono Central merr RECEIVED it is my Goods an K ntfckj Oar motto Best anteed at the very lowest price Shop niB You have heard a cat prnrrl ton to the acre Wo can see there ing his hand dejectedly J Loutbt Consistent Prices various tbssat factory price fore how little we can expect f ron a tljty as her father to tell you that I Yos asked the Judge back of Brookss drug store luppose - P CARROLL GEO M WILLGING of a soil Rural tlilnk Ireno is showing decided indica Â¬ replied the Major But outside of chemieal--analysi- s Respectfully Richmond Ky 77 ana 79 W Main St New Yorker Chicago Trilmnc tions of insanity you never heard a Cowjper poetry ib Ky DccctBfecr isth tS88 Bfebly jann iy 8 L M1DKIFF Lsxutjjtox PVeama go by contraries Bat I this is something a fellow never oau bottoms add fronts made of slate and seem to remember whon he is asleep Burlington Free Pre have them elevated at loast a foot aoove the floor The question Is asked why women Pumpkin seeds aro rioh in nitro- Â¬ always with exceedingly rare excep- Â¬ gen and oiL They aro nutritious food tions button from right to left and and cattle and hogs aro vory fond of men from loft to right them Some have attributed the suc- Â¬ I received two orders to day cess in fattening hogs upon pumpkins dne for a full morocco the other to got out wrote a book canvasser to a as duo largely to tho seeds Any food scalded or only givon In firm of publishers employing him a warm stato to tho pigs will help them Im so sorry you spilt tho irik along wonderfully especially in cold said the poets wife Has It gond No confound it weather Whon this is once begun it over j our poem should not be discontinued food should returned the poet sadly it wont If you want potatoes to keep woll in tho collar put them in bins with GORMLEY iiHoLjLJ AND O lfflfiFTiiSi Absolutely Pure f S ld vs MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY IKSlS as 9 qimm and orescent eout Cincinnati Southern and Associate I iiiuiufli ruiiiis muui mm mm uuttuii m If I SEVft m fcfaWiWJJfc il4i zm J Trains VJr - The Mum Organ All the Railroads Â¬ flr To Tlie Public SOOTS SHOES rn Am HATS RICES WALLACE ITHAT FIBHT We have an immense stock of Goods AXjXi GRADES PRICES WALLACE R3GE mi L9UETT PATENT I LlTr j ras m LltlS iovyt Inulancpol I tT CHIdAO SOTjXD O ECHLEB CO OHIO Cincinnati St Louis Cincinnati Peoria IB Business and Pleasure - d 1 YANT STRATTON lESIBJDS- - aiLOUlSYlLLE w tnn KY GEASS AND FIELD DOW GLASS Â¬ Ii J