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SjHB A SBWa Jgppass TrwF 5 j YOLUME e3 n CARDS TO g I c y SJ t x I 11 W If RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1889 I NUMBER 30 work none that day twaz jus one year we wuz and arter we had all told the New track was laid in all the States Year number Published at the recog Â¬ after old Marser died we wuz all gath- Â¬ ole man howdy Mare Charles he step- Â¬ and Territories save two the excep- Â¬ nized horse center of Ihe world it is DR A ered round Uucle Gabes oublu when ped up an be held nut his ban to tions being Nevada and Rhode Island conceded to be the newsiest and best Two plain and simple words Miss Clara come down from ther house Uncle Gabe and sed Uncle Gabe I wuz Kansas leads with new miletge Cali Â¬ trotting horse weekly published Dur- Â¬ Yet none were ever penned Lugs no remedy is soaafe speedyaiid B B ter see us certain ac Avars Cherry Pectoral er brute wheu I struck yer like I did fornia comiug next ing the year It will coutaln at stated That nestled closer to my heart Practice Limited to Dentistry An iadiapenMble family medicine We all loved Mtea Clara Just ther but I is er changed mau now an I ask Intervals double page illustrations in Than those plain words Thy Friend At Cynthiana Bill Ellis and another I find Avars Cherry Pectoral an I prize it much to be called friend same as Missus fur she wuz er little yer fergiveness fer wbnt I done negro Dave Cralgf alias Brooker got two colors being portraits of famous invaluable remedy for cokte coughs OFFICE Seat BuRdtog Main Street Uncle Gabe he took Maw Charles to angel and she always brought Uncle By him whose fearless pen ailments of the throat and scuffling over some rabbits which horses aud views of great stock farms to 1200 M too to and other M S Office bows largest circulation among Gabe an me somethiti good wtien she ban an sed while der hie teaw rolled Ellis lungs Has scattered wide the words of truth BandaU SM Broadway M had killed Craig drew a knife It has the juness tf 4 oo P Albany 2T Y With graceful strength yet still in ruth cum Gabe be axed Miss Clara to go down his cheeks Maw Charles the and Ellis shot him through the lungs trotting horsemen and has gained it I bat reed Ayers Cherry Pectoral For all the rights of men up to the house aud ax Missus to come ole man neverbore yer no ill will fer AT McKEES OLD STAND Craig dying Wednesday morning in the shortest time Send forsrmple J C MORGAN D D S far bronchitis and down and see us cause he knowed she strikin him cause he knowed it wuznt Ellis said when he snapped That s sweetly lauded worthy lives the gun mentioning this paper Address Ky Maw Charles tbet struck him but wuz lonesome we Stock Farm Publishing Co IS Market Cor over martyrs graves Main Richmond Ky OFFICE Main street over Madi 3 Natioeal Bank Bkibmond Ky Â¬ tor which I believe it to he the greatest Mournedhelped to send the galling gyves cheer her up aud little would try an ther whisky whut wuz in him an I he thought the caps were off street Lexingtou Ky a And Well Missy son medicine in tho world Jamas Miller Died at his residence near Clinton Clara she run off to the house aud does fergive yer Mare Charles yes I From thrice a million slaves juoe22tr Caraway K C Speaking of the recent remarkable And Uunt Nancy vllle John Liver aged 73 He retired putty soon we seen Missus an her com forgives yer Aye friend I fondly hope it means My wife had a distressing coach M POYNTZ DR in back Then Uucle Gabe tole the knocked the ashes from her pipe and iu his usual health but died suddenly successful sale of Short horns at Dex All that the word implies with pains in tho side and breast AV from heart disease While quite a ter Park Chicago T Corwin Ander- Â¬ tried various medicines hat none did boys and gate they mus all give her we knew that her story was ended And not the written courtesy AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN If lam not her any good until I got a bottle of young man he came from what is now son of Side View says an Miss Clara er good time aud they Forgotten ere it dies OFFICE Second street next to Ayers Cheny Pectoral which has cored West Virginia and began to work for greatly mistaken the sale of the Duch- Â¬ all said Ihey would cause they all love TaVe no ofiense there s no design NEWS PARAGRAPHS her A neighbor Mrs Glenn had the juue23X Whites Dreg Store Isaac Van Meter of this county By esses and a few of the other highly MKUs same as we do We had done measles and the conh was relieved lij In this plain simple song of mine David McMurtry died iu Lexington dint of industry he acquired quite a bred cattle at the recent Huston dis the ate of Aycrs Cherry Pectoral 1 got em two cheers so Missus and To link with yours my name EVANS M D G persion will help the Slwrt horn inter- Â¬ hare no hesitation in recommesdins fortune Winchester Democrat Missy Clara sot down and when I aged 61 years I well know in the galaxy Â¬ this aaedidne Robert Hortoa Fore est materially in the near future as it AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Where your name is mine neer will be looked at Missus I seed shed been cry Â¬ Good jockeys are in demand and Dr Carver hit 00000 bails in 6 days man ifeodtfeat Morrillton Ark confidence of prom showed clearly ing and I knowed she wuz thinking at Minneapolis Ayers Cherry Pectoral cured me oi Nor did seek for fame scarce Isaac Murphy Jimmy Mc- inent breedew the the business and OFFICE Second street in a severe cold which had settled on my about Maw Johu For ah the road is all too steep Laughlin AVm Hayward Garrison jue22tf is Charles Wilson died in Woodford course half the battle Stop kings My wife says the Feetoral helps We suug all the ole plantation songs Fitzpatrick Barnes and othere are get- Â¬ this of Its chasms all too wide and deep FURHI SHIHG GOODS TRUNKS VALISES her more than any other medicine she county from accidental shooting importations and give us an equal GENTS we kuowed and we carried Missy ting rich Isaac Murphy is reported show in For my weak feet to try DRS TAYLOR ASHE ever used Enos Clark Mt liberty and the Canadian markets Roscoe Hudsou killed Bill Nelson in to be worth 5200000 and the New round ou our shoulders and some of Yet in the vaHey low obscure Practitioners in Medioine and Surgery we will nil be mmn our feet again very Gods sunshine may come down as pure ther boys danced for Missus till after Lincoln county Both coloted York World says he was formerly speedily My owu herd is in splendid RICHMOND KY Cherry Pectoral As nearer to the sky while she said she must go an she A colored woman died suddenly in owned by Mw L P Tarleton of Fleet Â¬ condition better really than I have OFFICE Second streetover Dykea thank us all aud said how we had made Lexington while sayiug her prayere wood Stock Farm aud that he now And gathered by less daring feet rSEPABKO BY june22t Grocery Store ever kuown it I have steered about her fergit her trouble fer a while an Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass goc there lo exercise the wcew He two thirds of my entire crop of bulls The wild flowers be as bright and sweet The finest opera house iu Texas gets 10000 a year for riding for Lucky SoW by H DruggfeU 1W 1 ix botttM then they up and took bofe cheew on DR JOHN M Their hues as softly blend this year regardless of breeding as I the shoulders aud carried Missus an located at Waoo burned loss 50000 Baldwin of California There may be just as pleasant dreams MAIN STREET think this the better until rangemen 43 Missy clean up to the front door Mis- Â¬ Beside the smoothly gliding streams Mw R W Lillard of Lebanon sis Â¬ Abram Smith a worthy colored get to buying agaiu and it will take a Next Door to Duxnns Up Stairs c sus she thank urn agin in her good ole ter of James T Craig of Lincoln coun- Â¬ Whose waters seaward tend Residence at Cor Main and Tates Creek mau died in Georgetown December year of good markets to bring them As up where in their mountain course stately way an then she aud Missy ty died last week Avenue 25rd at the advanced age of about 95 Into the field once more Clara went back in the house June 22 tf In dazzling light with headlong force j Deputy Town Marshal Woolen kill- Â¬ yenw He was the last surviver of The wild cascades descend Mars Charles had got terrible bad of ed Tom Graves at Georgetown the tbefamil over 50 in number of the DR There is a certain significance in the And trough its strains be all unheard late Use ter come homedrunk mighty latter resisting arrest grandfather of our townsman J C fiwt four words A spirit of unrest in professional services to the Offers his The lyre may have as sweet accord near every nicbt and ther boys hadnt emigrated from Culpepper public Miss Maggie Danahy the 14 y ear Lemon who Archdeacon Mackay Smiths article in When brushed by zephyrs wings hnrdiy got back from the house before Office in drag store on lower Main county Virginia in the year 1S03 and Harpers Magazine for Jauuary old daughter of T J Danahy of Lex- Â¬ It Is As up ion fair alluring height IUefarnond Ky- jiily27 ly we heerd him comiug He waz er Street pet tied at the Lemou homestead four an evidence that the actual state of the Where woke by some majestic might hollerin and caryin ou like mad Ail ington died ou Tuesday miles East of town where deceased DR U- - C AMBROSE Desires to announce that he has The grand storm anthem rings uv us wuz feard of Maw Charles and Thomas N Mills late of Pa lis died continually resided until after the late religious world to day is now openly recoguized by many of the clergy For gazing up among the stars opened a new we all got away from Ihar mighty suddenly iu Cincinnati He was head war Georgetown Times ZA5T The author fearlessly but sympathetI see some faces lined with scars quick I tell yer Uncle Gabe au me book keeper for Russell Morgan fc FORD KY discusses the readjustment William Liuville a mechanic livlug ically And some in sadness brood run iu ter the ole cabin and shut the Co af- Â¬ Office hours 2 te 4 oclock in the on Maple street while iu an intoxicat- which the churches must make to meet Not yours for more benignant fate doo and party soon we heerd Maw ternoon Grove Kennedy has bought a part ed condition was run over by a freight altered condition of life and thought iu Has made jou good by being great Charles talkin to hisself and swearing juue2 tf pro- Â¬ of the Jos New land tract of laud near tntiu on the C O road on Monday this country for being good And great Uucle Gabe he peeped through ther AND Crab Orchard and moved to it Jan Â¬ evening about S oclock Both legs Now with the prayer that worldly greed winder an he seed Maw Charles hed W T SEXSMITH M D uary 1st were horribly mangled Dr M S Uuworthy thought unmanly deed er big whip in his han and then he What Peculiar Means PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON May neer the good offend Frauk Green son of Thomas Greeuof Browne amputated the limbs but after Applied to Hoods Sawaparilln the lowed to me he kuowed thar wuz goin WHITE HALL KY To hope ou never may forget to be some trouble Purty soou lie this county was drowned while cross- Â¬ suffering intensely the patient expired word Peculiar is of great importance He was 25 yeaw Nor e er remember with regret cum up to ther doo and took ther big ing the river iu a skill near High Sunday morning Offers kk professional sen ices to the AT apr IS tf of age and the only support of his aged It means that Hoods Sawaparilla is Bridge Winchester Democrat public You signed yourself Thy Friend end uv his whip an beat on it and hol- Â¬ auS 7 parents His remains were taken to different from other preparations in C M Laustmaxx lered for some body ter come out many vital points which make it a Mr aud Mw John C Meek of LouM C Heath J F Coknelison Uncle Gabe wanted to go out but I isville are the parents of twenty chil- Robertson county for interment thoroughly honest and reliable medi- Â¬ Winchester Suu CORNELISON HEATH wuz feared he might hurl ther ole man dren seventeen girls aud three boys AUXT NANCYS STORY cine It is Peculiar in a strictly med- Â¬ and I didut think he would strikean Mr Meek is 40 and Mw Meek is 44 Judge Li W Andress died at Flem ical sense first in the combination of Practicing Physicians ole woman like me I shoved Uncle yeaw old ingburg witlt kidney disease He was remedial agents used second In the For The Climaxj KENTUCKY RICHMOND Gabe behind ther doo an went out to born In 1503 and has ably filled many proportion in which they are prepared BY W M 1 The New York Life Insurance Com Â¬ ofler their professional services to the PAIRING A SPEfHALTY He was Ihird in the process by which the ac- Â¬ It was the night before Christmas see w hut Maw Charles want He wuz pany has taken the bonds for the important public station 4Janly public elected to Congress in 1830 serving tive curative properties of the medicine and we were nil seated around a roar- Â¬ mighty drunk I tell yer an his eyes Commercial 20- Clubs new building until 1S43 He was chosen Circuit wuz all red an blood shut till he didnt ing tire Louisville to the amount of 223000 Judge of this district in 1S62 aud served are secured Study these poiuts well DR S M fjmndfather was nodding over his look like hisself no more Boon as I They mean volumes They make all that was needed until 1S6S Among the very few gen- Hooods Sawaparilla Peculiar In its paper and uncle James was fust asleep oped ther doo he grabbed ole Nanoy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON On opening a bunch of bananas at tlemen now living who were the col- Â¬ curative powers as it accomplishes with his pipe which had long fince by ther arm and mighty near jerked RICHMOND KENTUCKY Why didut you come the grocery store of Mr John Betts u leagues of Judge Andrews is the Hon wonderful cures hitherto unknown gone ont hanging litlesly between her down OfRcf o FkX Street Janly when 1 fust called ier Mars Charles few days since a snake about two and Harvey M Wattewon who entered and which give to Hoods Sawaparilla his teeth We always gathered at grandfather said I wuzmighty pceered then Maw half feet long crawled out It was in Congress with him iu 1SS9 as a Rep Â¬ n clear right to the title of The Great MD although we had sadly Will I tell yer suid Aunt Nancy as stnutly beheaded Georgetown Times resentative from Tennes ee est Blood Purifier ever Discovered Christmas she turned her ees toward me but I 30 34 scattered after grandmother died vHHMSOfiEjESSiiSP- Dr A E AlcOunald general super- Â¬ Burglars vNited the store of F P PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Mother had gone with me to attend tried to peer like I wuzeut an I tole intendent of the insane on Wards Cant well at Visalia Ky Friday night RICHMOND KY school in Boston ami uncle James had him I cum out soon as I heerd him Island N Y hs become Insane He A prominent Indianapolis divine has and blew open the safe and obtained OFFICE Second street nest door to soon after and gve to the call Maw Charles face got reder an was one of the experts who led to the 35 married in cash and a lot of postage stamps evolved a novel theory hi regard to the WhiteV Drug Store ever and he suid ju t as loud as ever he city to live conviction of Garfields assassin The combination was knocked oft final destiny of man Hev Dr Jeffrey Special attention given to Microscop Â¬ Nothing couhl induce grandfather to could holler You lie you black wench ical ami Chemical examinations of an he drawed lieck ther Among the seventeen pewons sent and powder was used to blow the safe pastor of the leading Baptist church leave the old Kentucky homestead take that tissues and fluids of the human body They also visited the tele Â¬ announces his belief that the uuregen dooropen Fayette thats where I was horn he vould big end uv his whip uu hit at my ole to penitentiary fromcourt werecounty graph office at that place and stole erte man has uo soul to be saved but 2juuetf Tom wid all his might Ole Nancy during the recent sny and thats where I am going to head -mt 1 a rJS343tecaC I flH thought her time had come then show Waltz for 10 yeaw and Jes e Atchiu aliout S0 in cash This makes four dies as ttie animal dies and the grave die C S HOLTON DR times iu the past six yeaw that Mr is the end of him Jhe regenerate man ole Uucle Gabe hobbled up sou for 14 years Both for manslaugh Jus then So every Christmas we would all Card wells store has been visited by however bus a spiritual body which Hsciepithic Physician and Surgeon tween us an grabbed Mars Charles ter gather at the old Imme place and arm an never will fergit ther words safe blowew and burglars aud they ou feeling itself freed from the pb stI CUTTER GRINDER AND grandfathers honest old face would Richmond Kentucky More lhau ten per ceut of the mar have cost him over 5000 Iu 18S3 eal body goes straight to the bosom of Uncle Gabe say to MawCharles Dont SHELLER ringed in Louisville last year resulted his store was destroyed by tire a few th Father with no probationary pe beam with pleasure as he glanced ole woman Mars Charles strike ther Office Maw Street over D M B rights Combined in One Frame The Only Iu divorce There were 1611 of the days after his insurance policy had riod or waiting for a general judgment around on our happy faces Office hours 830 to 1100 A Mj 200 to hesed dont strike ole Nancy what former and 1C7 ot Combined Feed Mill Made Uncle John hud never lelt him for a the latter Marriage expired day PM yer when yer wuz er baby an missed 400 seems a failure In the Falls city as well day carcely since grandmother died pushed er Special attention given to diseases of Warranted to Give Satisfaction mother before yer Dont as Chicago women and alt difficult chronic cases He would never marry while pa tint diff exeat fiUed Grinder upon Ute Why They Lead CONCERNING FARMERS- Patients treated at a distance and Can useMffl at ay ttoe KeaBy fire ihvMtips la lived he had nahl and he kept his strike her Mars Charles but strike suae me fer Ise better able ter stau it then Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ During the year just dosed 18 per Â¬ Dr Pierces medicines outsell all ODCh word Charley and I had promised lo mayi6 iy dress she i Send for circular to sons died in Georgetown and Scott othew because of their possessing such gc down and see old Aunt Nancy after Mr W C France of Highland Farm superior curative properties as to war- Â¬ Mors Charles never would er doue it county whose ages aggregated 1394 bought upper so we quietly slipped from the of W H Crawford the bay R GIBSON DR Williamsburg rant their manufacturers in supplying it ho handt been druuk but he draw- Â¬ yeaw an average of over 77 yeaw loom and started lor her cabin It stallion Sentinel Wilkes six yeaw Â¬ Surgery Practitioner in Medicine oQ and we soon reached it ed back his whip an suid Take that The ages of eight of the number aggre- old by George Wilkes dam by Senti- Â¬ them to the people as they are dolug 7 53 was not far through all druggisN on such condi- Â¬ nn1 he hit ole Uucle gated 655 years you ole hound 61 50 RED HOUSE ICY and fouod the old hidy wailing for us nel for 25000 He is considered one can mnlte S3CO per veiling our murder and suicide of Harry of the most promising young trottiug tions as no other medicines are sold Charley was uncle James a boy Gube in ther head aud knocked ther The Now Day profit under viz that Ihey shall either ben- Â¬ ausiMS ne Deat ae ole man flat on his face Maw Charles Schoonraaker of Brooklyn ou Sunday IV orld for low price A and Aunt Naocy was an old negro serstallions in the country and will be a are all money DR staggered ItKI rLlMI PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM shooting bis wife and then himself valauble addition to the Highland efit or cure the patient who had been with grandfather latled kinder wild like aud vant tUzHU Embossca padtlid side Kd ega extra paid by them will be refunded The ofl to ther house Then all ther darkles is UNION CITY KY holdingand the fourth cose in a week where the Farm stud Lexington Press sa eiipwot for 91 32 pagY of Cabinetbound Card frince the war W rruu picture for Jtii Golden Medical Discovery is specific alo Gabe up husband has shot to death both his After bustling around for some time cum out an help git Uncle Offers his professional services to the ia Japaoceae Morocco liioFtratcd circulars FRCS A severe epidemic of Spinal Menin- Â¬ for catarrh Iu the head aud brouch ial Ol uc iDore ana He didnt know nuthin when he fust wife and himself ut public Office at Powells store she finally sat down in the corner gave NTYLEK OF gitis among horses has developed on throat aud lung disease it taken in too 12-the roaring logs a few punches and lit cum too but purty soon he cum iinrinnaii unto Only sixteen bodies have been re- Â¬ the farm ot Mr Joe Wallace near this time and given a fair trial Money hit self an knowed whut Mars Charles d nblfi their monr her old clay pipe Brliirn onr BKAhS covered of those lost on the steamer place Mr Wallace noticed several of will be refunded if it does not benefit 1 tsuhed Corrugated PARRISH Charles talked lo the old lady for some had done Hie ole man didut sleep Johu H Hanua burned Tuesday his horses and mule stock behaving or cure none that night an soon next morning HEFLECTffid SAFETY LAMP lime aud finally asked her to tell us a morning at Piaquemiue La The rather curiously and a Veterinary sur At Law Attorneys Ole he lowed he wuz goin away Can to mM In every famllj Gives Dr Pierces Pellets gently laxative story morelieht than three ordiaarr laznrs Maw John never struck the ole man exact number lost is not yet aud prob- Â¬ geon beiog called diagnosed the dis- Â¬ or actively cathartic according to a RICHMOND KY Fall sixed Lamp aent br xpre for Nanoy was famous as a Now Aunt Two flue ease as above mentioned the rents THnrt tfeirtr Dp tonree also baretns l beat story teller and Charley aud I ofl n in his life he sed an if I cant live ably never will be kuown Special attention given to abstracting dose 25 cents o win i ot in work mules and a valuable horse have Send for illustrated drcnlrrs to peaceful wid Maw Charles I lied better titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Prof William Wirt RIcheson died at evening sitting go away wiuter F0RSHEE McMAKIKClndnnaUO spent our BE whar I wont make no trouble Chester Mason county last Sunday already died and two horses are at this Office in Climax building Roads around Aunt Nancys big fire place fer nobody 23 38 Corner Main and Secoud Streets up Ayers Almanac For 18S9 When Uncle Gabe sed a He was one of the foremost educatow time in a dying condition Nicholas and listening to her stories June 22 tf stairs vllle Democrat thing there wuzent nn elcli thiug as Co Published by Dr J C Ayer Aunt Nnucv took a few pufis at her movin him from it an early next ot Kentucky and numbered among his The closing week of 1S88 will be re- Â¬ Lowell Mass comes to us in the shape pupils many who afterward became BURNAM pipe put her elbows on her knees and moniin he tole us nil good by and QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORFTB LINK TO membered as one of unusual activity of a neat presentation book of about i CMSK WHfBE ALL LlSh IAILS alter resting her chin lietween her went away He never would tell ns well known to the whole country Best Couch Sjte p Tastcssood Cee up of New Orleans among the breedew of fine stock in five hundred pages being made Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Maw Charles whar he wuz goin and intimo bold uranuoo hands finally said I dont think Fire reduced to ashes property val- this section During the week there numerous editions calculated for the RICHMOND KENTUCKY done told you and Maw Will all he knowed hisself he ued at 300000 and covering three were sixteen head of flue trottew sold latitudes of many lands A score or Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the A R Hur the storhs I kin think of Auntaney OFFICE with V F That night 1 wuz up to thelinuse acres of territory iu CinciunatI on at private sale and the amount they more of nationalities are addressed in believe Pisos Cure I Consumption saved June 22 It nam on First Street eeem to member things like she dont Â¬ for xi tin in ther kitchen cause it seem Christmas morning The Jacob Corbrought will aggregate nearly 15000 their own languages in this volume uster uo mo When TJuole Gabe died my life A H Dowkll dage Company and the Bott Street This shows the Increasing interest in aud could they all he heard clamoring A SULLIVAN lonesome like since Uncle Gabe left Editor Enquirer Eden broke the old womans heart it miw ton N C April 23 1687 somebody talkin in ther Furniture Company were the heaviest the business and the steady progress together for Ayers Sawaparilla and and I spec its mos ftma fur Vnnov to when I heard losers room Danville is making us a breeding cen- Â¬ Ayers Pills what a Babel would break go to she aint no more count to no- - next RICHMOND KENTUCKY The appearance of our formidable ter The detailed account of the sales forth Ayers Almauac iu its famil- Â¬ THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST Purty soon I heerd Missuss voice body now she so old and got the rheu iar yellow cover has long been known will be found under Horse Notes OFFICE on First street same n matlz so bad she cant do uo mo work she uz a cryin an goin on nn so navy three old wooden ships scared County Judge as the most accurate and reliable of its formerly occupied by wuz Misy Clara MIssusshesay Oh the Haytian government Into giving Danville Advocate But Miss Bailies mighty kind to the new iy MMer kind and if any one is Ignorant of the Trains The following sales have been made Mornins and old woman bless her sweet heart aud my hoy my boy what have you up tho U S Steamer forthwith which superior merits of Ayers medicines the Important Cities ot the Sonili wKheat ebaege Missy Clara say Oh it had seized and forced a promise that by Gen Wither of Lexington To ole Nancy do auy thing she kin fer her donean then CS and 8ufiera In consequence it Is not the have you done1 Then RtJNXiJfo tiihough cars ifit take the last breath in her ole brother what say somethln In his big all the bills would be settled ou presen- C W Bean of Auburn Neb bay fault of this enterprising firm who UUly Tino TWESTY EIQUT HOURS to Jacksonville Florida ix tation yearling colt Republican by Almont body But Mars Charles you ax me Maw Charles The best Couch Medi scatter their leaves by the million Travrirs have a chotee of two Umto of Mflnic dr oh C nnniol Vftf CO cine ia Pisos Cube fob fer er story Did I ever tell yer bout voice whut 1 couldnt hear After Our old bachelor friend Maj Jas Wilkes dam by Consler 1000 To J tiUEKJf AND CUB3CKNT UOOTB RICHMOND KY for the healing of the nations Ask dolrqUUtltllami Pullmans Finest Palace Baffet Sleeper State SeemMmmi feagftBt Dm CoxsrMPTioK emiaren Buffet Car Pattern Charles raized his voice McKeuzie of Jessamine has been M Vun Winkle Hutchinson Kan the time ole Uucle Gube hadter leave awhile Maw take it without objection your druggist for Ayers Almanac Office on Second Street June 22 tf an I couhl hear plain whut lie said Robbed of his independence Kny yearling colt Scientist by Almont Well Ill tell yer never all druggists 25c By Leading Railroads STcBSb the Nearly AU home I ftB5 It passengers boMIng tlhm via this line ar Urand Central UhIoo Depot la CluctnnaU 1000 To Aunt Nnncy stopped aud re lit her an he promised Missus that he would charming widow Mrs Lizzie Robb Wilkes dam by Dictator S therefore saved traiwfer aeress tho City and are assured a Jearir aWendcd with pet4 as all T W While of ML Bterllug Ky bay pipe and after giving a few puds she be a better man an that she would having captured the Ofphan comfort and cenvenleuee rusrs WriFBF in flKF AILS never be ashamed of him any more if of 1st Brigade are called Craddock colt Fairlawn by Nut- Â¬ Not so Bad as It Looked began the FielNfYeejne EcstCongh fiyrap Tasteseood 088 via- - Queen and Crescent Southern Stalea line of t wood dam by Almont IntiTno SoldbrdruficlBtg 3500 Dan Yerseeit wuz long before the war the good God would help him to woman You admit Magistrate RICHMOND KY Two of the condemned Gaaeral OBtH St Pltal Baltdlnir Wast FoHrlh St nhte Uucle Gabe hed beeti gone three Bradley of Lexington has sold to when Uucle Gabeaud me wuz blaves D O EDWARDS and live train robbers escaped Sam C Lyne Wlndum Ky the that you hit your husband with a JOHN C UAULT Office corner Main and First streets years aud we wuz alt sittin round General Mamger Aetlag Uwieml rv nmr1gint down in Missisaliiju mar7 ly sto70 lid and yet you claim thoro aro up stairs over Ramseys from jail at Ozark Mo Unknown filly May Ban extenuating circumstances governing Maw John hader big phmtaUou and tMlkln one Sunday when Liza whuts pewons from the outside cut through chestnut General SaprtBtlent- Ofeimt Pmht Afr t- J QUIXLAX General Adverttntnc Agent by King Bun dam Mayday 51000 happier set of nig Â¬ conkiti up to ther house now seen tho case you couldnt fiuder v up the road We the brick wall of theprison unlocked Woman Yos sab doy was a ex VST gers In ther whole lnd than wo wuz Maw Charles comlu the corridor and cells aud released the Hon Geo R Snyder of Louisville tenuatin1 circumstances Do stovo lid then I uer have eeener wither mati all got up to meet him fer wa wuznt prlsonew ZBBBBBBBP3CTsfJRflTlBBBBBBBBBB spent the past week In our city He Contractor and Buildfjr say warnthot K Y Sun and what wz as good as Mare John wuz erfraid or him uow au Liza she sdcnUfie has devoted much time and attention m Is prepared with an experienced set of JLiSSnlS iSiperpiblltihid and in thelareert If any us tiiggera got sick Mi sus what er uig change thars been in Thomas B Robinson the sou of to the present tobacco outlook and High water and consequent floods hands to do alt kinds of house building class of vooa KacraT iYtriiinatrti would come down herself and douter Maw Charles since Uncle Galie left I Gee James F Robinson of Lexington thinks If preaeut dry or cold weather aro often a boon to Southern towns and repairing Give him a call Send T S SSi MnOiTor FinrtnonUu PE80 em up and ther wuzent er darkee ou wouder whar the ole man is to day died Wednesday from the effect of a continues a while aud the large amount Tho Augusta Girontcfe of Georgia says Broadwaj Nr mai7tf KTausMBj J mSSn A I tole her I didnt know fall from his howe on Thanksgiving of the weed now ou the breaks becomes that the years after the freshets havo the place who wouldnt light for Miss anyhow BUILDER RCHITECTS Harriet with his last breth Mure butldellketo see her ole pap once Day Mr Robinson was a very prom reduced that prices will mend He always been the most healthy and thai A1 r American ww- cuiiium f ciaiifiR John and Miss Harriet never hud but more fore I died but I wuz fraid the ising young man of about tweuty two also says there wilt be a largo amount that city is to day one of tho cleanest The sowers aro flushed two cDtluo Mars Charles he wuz good Lord had took ole Gabe fore me yeaw of low grade tobacco this season Much in tho world the side drains scoured with white twenty then and MIssClara she Mam Charles come up an his face wuz about While handling a pistol Green of the late planting while of good sand ail w J -- j LZJL T streets as white as pin heads itManlate DQIiOUV wiiztut tnre n ten when all uver all bright like when he sed Anut Morse Deputy Sherlfl of Caldwell color and seemingly of good quality Thero the not a particle of vegetable ZZSfVZZ- i- iiCNN X co ruBiiMi AND x la - sudden Mar John took sick and died Nancy I ot some good news fer you county accidentally shot himself In is lacking iu body and what denlere BaaybeCHr4 mattor exposed to the sun Augusta mi far Duly- husband com 7 lag to iicssr life The prospects for fiwt- - enters the autumn like a man who has Missus mighty near went crazy and John says he seen Lizas tho right brexst Inflicting a fatal call nried like her little heart ln tip ther road an ole Uncle Gube wound A door suddenly blew shut cla3 crops are good while low grades taken a blue pill f tit Ar Twasnt long fore as he was taking the weapon from hlsi wlll necessarily sell at low figures The undersigned would respectfully an- Â¬ would break But the worst uv it wuz wuz with him JLjL Ther are 491 mountain peaks in nounce to those contemplating building to drinking Ihey come up ami wheu the gals nil pocket and struck it causing it togo Winchester Democrat mays tf J yr aeiipaienthat Mars Charles took boys all fiat they are prepared to contract for the United States over 10000 feet In got mixed up with some mighty I I -- sed the ole mau and the off and TRADE MARKS The weekly Kentucky Stock Farm 419 above BtiLDiN cs of Ernnr Description fee 352 plum him iurt nun in the village Missus use rIiook hands wid like a he brokeWell I The railroad mileage of the United a 20 psge seminar of the trotting height 12000 feet 253 11000 13000 63 above above baby aUsfaction guaranteed him an cry over him bur It down an cried itr talk to 2 per yenr above 14000 S above 15000 ad 1 Estimates made free of charge Plans vpr we wuz er happy lot uv darkles States was Increased during the cur- - howe news of the world book TJpVKimiTS torAMre charU m f rnithed on application on short notice didut seem to do no good One day I mil Dight Mars Charley I tell yer j rent year by 7120 mllss of rauiu trackiSeud 10 cents for Christmas aad New above 19000 cUsaksSr Reared COLEY Solleltars LONG CO remember Misses had tole us not to tbet JHTSOt Contractors and BiuMeti rntf PROFESSIONAL Best Getigli Cure a WILKES SMITH For all diseases of the Throat and 9o THY FRIEND JOHN 0 WHITHER if V WH TE f The Clotliier First and Streets Lung Diseases J W Â¬ HATS CAPS IN t Ayers Umbrellas Walking Canes FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS mm it vtnro A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosier A variety of Gloves Cravats CLAUDE SMITH Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men PSTSIC Â¬ Hardware Stove Â¬ TINWARE HOUSE Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times 1 ly W B WHITE No 26 N Second St Armers old stand Â¬ Â¬ D MAIlff P STREET JEWELER iRMER te TS at n- - LETCHER w IK t Â¬ iB or H W BRIGHT s ls all and THE you Trio Feed Mill i tttw ur as de of try OS Â¬ lose eycac 5nglis s uead ey ar or ti- - da n escu H Indj Groce- 44 IT T J FAIN Â¬ Dr Mix 3sli E tii t8 joany TURNER fl ii QUEEUT AND CRESCENT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate 4i Attorney at Law J ET Â¬ Attorney at Law POWELL PricpPois Sol East Nidit aM SiMest rasBBSl Attorney at Law W MOBERLEY -- aSSWaaS riiuu the Attorney at Xiaw H BCSXIaKY 1 nttoMsWltftta9lf9 two-year-o- ld Travel Bald-Kuob-be- w two-year-o- ld iHHiiJlMMAi Vi m BUILDERS 4S5S5SS - jtin v Â¬ Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths MTERS XI YANT Mouldings t to thl Rough and Dressed Lumber CONTRACTORS IATEHT RujfSfiaamfSaS rle Miuini Lime Cement Hair Main Street beloi 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky MlEKS i STBATTON Business fkaiBE TSLOUlSYILl E KY -- T Vt II THE CLIMAX El 1 II U II to a Lexington newspaper man on Friday The county is now controlled by law abiding citizens rUBUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY and any revolt or personal conflict between factions would be speedily put down Shootings and cutCo Climax tings will continue in that section as elsewhere but the bloody days FRENCH TIPTON Editors of Rowan are now and will conWm G WHITE f tinue to be only a sickening meTRICE PER YEATrJ 5150 mento ot the past and a reminder of a disrespect of law and order as is exemplified in the pence and WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1869 quietude now reigning in that section is bound to prevail jearge Denny is a candidate A FEW FAREWELL REMARKS for U S District Attorney for Â¬ Psiktikg KoHtacky The Legislature of West Vir Â¬ ginia wkich is nearly a tie is wrest ling with the election of Governor Â¬ The National debt on January 1st was 1194098552 a decrease of 81552398 since the 1st of July f i 51- - J i 1 fields of Cuba has passed Into the GOXE A CENTENARIAN hands of an English syndicate Sen Â¬ ator Alvarez owner of the Heury A Lexington special of Wednesday Clay brand signed the papers in this says Late yesterday evening Mrs city to day The amount involved is Dr J G Cliinu the oldest and one of about 54000000 Lexington Gazette the most highly esteemed Christian The Frankfort Roundabout says ladies in Lexiagton died at her home Anderson Parker found iu an old Â¬ in this city at the age of one hundred and two years Notwithstanding her Iudan burying ground near Furmdale old age she has been remarkably a silver medal about two Inches in strong and vigourous and gave every diamater with n bar one aud a half indication of living for a number of inches long attached to it by links years uutil about two weeks ago when On the bar was engraved the word she was taken with a severe cold Bart and across the face were the Dieu ct Afon Zrprt and im Â¬ which gradually developed iuto pneu- Â¬ words mediately under it A D 1500 On monia from which she died She was married thirteen years ago in her the reverse side was the following in- Â¬ State Guards Captured by Indians To The Duchesse de Galliera who This bushwhacker objects to eighty ninth year her husband being scription elgty two years old They were per Â¬ who ever finds this medal I give my recently died in France was a coming to The Climax office to get title the woman of vast wealth She was spanked and prefers neutral haps the oldest couple that ever marÂ¬ stone and estate described upon Mr with it The next day was a lady of left sixty eight million dollars in ground As the Register is his med- Â¬ ried in the Stale She to the spot personal property and great land ium of communication we suggest strong mind aud wonderful memory Parker returnedfor the stone and made but none greatest inter- diligent search ed estates She gave nearly all of a meeting at that office The Reg- Â¬ and was a source of the est to people who wanted to hear of of these found bore auy remarks upon it away and had the most unpre- Â¬ ister wont charge him more than Her them tentious funeral ever given a 5 or 10 the price he pays for the early times of this country fairly husband survives her and is in wealthy person the publication of his contribu- Â¬ good health The funeral will take CONCERNING FARMERS- tions and well bear half the ex place at the Main street Christian The Edison Electric Company pense Claude Higgins has sold his stock church to morrow morning at 10 farm of 130 acres near Lexington at lias been formed at West Orange As to the question of sending oclock 180 per acre N with a capital of twelve soldiers to hold court wo have million dollars This is a consoli- already expressed our views and It is estimated that in the United Ringing Xoises dation of the various companies of call attention to Governor Buck Iu the ears sometimes a roaring buz- States during 18SS hogs to the number Mr Edison and will give him bet- Â¬ ners letter in to days Climax zing sound are caused by catarrh that of 215000 were packed agaiust 225000 ter opportunities for developing disagreeable exceedingly and very of the year before his great mechanical genius in the GiVERXOR BUCKXEU TO JUDGE LILLY common disease Loss of smell or Gibbs Bros of Garrard county sold fiokl of electricity hearing also result from catarrh to J P Updegraff of Topeka Kansas Commonwealth of Kentucky Exec Hoods Sirsaparillu the great blood the 4 year old colt Hero by Red Wilkes The Ice Palace Carnival that is utive Office Frankfort Ky Dec 14 rercely to St Paul what Mardi Gras is to Hon H C Lilly Judge of the Nine Â¬ purifier is a peculiar suoetssful by url- - dam by Monroe Chief for 2000 for this disease which it cures New Orleans will not transpire teenth Judieial District Irvine Ky Joe Coffey has sold his farm of 140 Wood If you suffer this winter The winter has been Dear Sir I have fully considered fying the Hoods Sursaparillu from acres lying three miles out on the the Middleburg pike to a Mr North of catarrh try so mild that tltere is no ice with your letter of tu inst in reference to peculiar 30 medicine Pineville for 7000 cash Danville which to build a palace The St the condition of affairs iu Breathitt Advocate Paulians must content themselves county in which communication you SPEEDWELL with the recollection of how cold say that you are fully satisfied that John W Bean sold yesterday to J no the civil autuorities can not hold a it was last winter J T Henderson is erecting a new V Robinson his farm near this city Circuit Court iu that county and en150 acres were sold at 100 per acre barn The steamers 01 the lower Mis Â¬ force the law without the aid of the 110 275 acres at Wiucheter is building a new and sissippi and tributaries seem to be State Guard that the people are diÂ¬ Baxter Wells Democrat vided to such an extent that a Sheriffs house doomed to destruction The Paris A cattle train on the Saula Fe rail C Brown struck a snag Saturday posse will not be sufficient SevernI I D Todd has bought of H B Dil over night at Hermitage Landing and murders have been committed in iugham 120 acres of land at 25 per road bouud for Kansas City ran Ty a cow near Overbrook Indian dictthe county since the last acre went to the bottom losing ten per Â¬ and was wrecked About one hun Â¬ sons and the cargo This was tlie term and the otlenders are not in W H West will occupy the dwell dred head of cattle were killed and a ed and can not be unless the witnesses ninth steamboat disaster in those can be protected Charges store-hou-- c bought by L D large number crippled are made ing and waters in three weeks Todd soon against a brother of the Sheriff aud the D C Terhuue and F S McClelland of the jailer and the wit Â¬ The County Court issued an order on bought on Monday 21 yearling mules Prado a Spaniard has been for 100 guillotined at Paris France for nesses caa not be induced to go before Monday to close the old Amos Ellison for 2000 and one Rue On fame day of D J Curry the murder of a woman of that the grand jury unless they have assur- Â¬ laue of about one and a half miles and you further city Tlte jury was only one hour ance of Iprotection J no Baker son of Baz Baker ana they bought six yearling mules at 87 say as Judge ot the Breathitt and thirty minutes in doing its Circuit Court call upon you to furnish Miss Maggie Todd daughter of Jerry per head of W S Vauarsdall Son work and the big axe was not fifty A Todd were married Thursday Jan Â¬ Danville Advocate of the State Guard properly of- Â¬ more than a couple of seconds in ficered and equipped to aid the civil uary 3 18S8 by Rev T L Lawson The steamship Montana with 214 performing its part A small authorities iu holding said Court and James Evans bought the house aud live cattle and a quantity of beef was tjuanfcy of French justice infused iu enforcing the law farm of W C Todd on the opposite suuk in collision near Baltimore on ship onto the running gear of the courts It is needless for me to say to you side of the road from Ins own 70 acres Saturday aud all was lost Thecargo of this country would increase that iu a Republic the employment of forSSOO W O Todd bought the farm was valued at 300000 and the their speed the military arm iu enforcing the law of Mrs Mary Fry consistiug of 78 acres besides the cattle and beef at 250000 more is of rare necessity and the occasion for 51 000 Auctioneer W M Kerby reporls the The Richmond Va Whig one for its use should not be of doubtful C L Tipton bought of George Todd of the oklest newspapers in the propriety The law invests the civil a lot of good f boats at 4f cents and following from the sale of Dan Miller South has suspended It does authorities with ample powers to en Â¬ from Lloyd Tipton a lot of hogs at 41 on Dec 26 Horses 85 to 110 Milch seem that the people of the Old force the observance of law and ex cents and sheep at 1 per head corn at cows 25 to 30 Household aud kitch- Â¬ Susan Siler Dominion ought not to allow such pects those officials to exert their au Â¬ 2 per barrel aud fodder at 1 0 cents a en furniture sold high through G A Siler bought of Robt time ltonored institutions to go thority with reasonable diligence shock Laud 100 acres of land at 24 per acre down but we presume the When this is done there is seldom an Clark Garrett son of Benton Garrett in this county The purchasers come Whig like ite ancient neighbor occasiou when the military force can formerly Frogtown from Whitley county and we are glad the college of William and Marj- - be employed without detriment to the of Centreville to welcome them Lancaster News public interests and without bringing while on a visit to his brother-in-laat Williamsburg has tilled its mis Huston Barker in Irvine during Xmos sion and has now gone to join the the civil authorities iuto discredit had The Louisville tobacco trade made a an eye shot out by a Roman can- Â¬ ranks of the dead but not forgot- Â¬ When a people are taught that they dle in the hands of James Busby Jr highly creditable and promising open- are not theraodves the most important lug of 18S9 yesterday as their first act ten factor in the conservation of order in Young Busby came up behind young as a body was to re establish the organ Garrett and reaching around shot him The town of Jackson in Breath Â¬ society aud that they must depend in the eye before he Garrett whs ic union of all interests which had upon the exertiou of extraneous force been disrupted for many years The itt county has a newspaper The to preserve order aware of his intention so report says Tobacco Exchange is a type of a class Jackson Hustler and it is an they have lost amongstto themselves Garrett is 17 or 18 years old their title of institutions which have proven so oight page 36 colum journal at and are fit subjects for a military On Thursday evening last Mr Killis useful so promotive of harmony and that This is another evidence despotism and that the people are expecting at I do not believe that any portion of Daniel shot James Holland JrReport system so essential to the successful his death is expected hourly maintenance an early day the arrival of the this Commonwealth has reached that says Holland went to Daniels store at all particulars of market standard in that there Is no local Richmond Nicholasville Irvine degree of political degradation Bear Wallow aud called for a bottle of interest in any important commodity and Beattyville Railroad It is As far as Breathitt county is concern- Â¬ brandy peaches Hollaud finally gave in any great city of America or Europe the largest paper in Eastern Ken ed while there have been acts of in- Â¬ Daniel the lie over it for some reason so large as our leaf tobacco trade which tucky and the people of its re dividual lawlessness I do not fiud in when Daniel reached for his pistol and has failed to organize its Exchange or gion should flock to its support yur statement or from any other Holland sprang at him aud received Board of Trade and to sustain it This being as it is the first and only op Â¬ souree any evidence of organized op- Â¬ the contents of the pistol in his chest market has not lacked strength with portunity they have ever had to position to the civil authorities On Still Yates dont want local option out its help but it has lacked the de UvGK the contrary I am convinced that a system and harmony Mr Geo W Tiplou lias returned to sired degree of reasonable exertion of their legitimate Those essential factors of success are NEW PUBLIC PRINTER power by the ciyil authorities would the island of Navassa West Indies to now no doubt assured Courer-Jour-ncause the masses of the people to rally remain two years His son C L will manage the farm here dont know yet Dr John D Woods Kentuckys to their support more effectually than who is to be his cook but if report be The Turf Club of the city of Lexlng could be done in the presence of a mil Public Printer has resigned and true will know soon his sou Lloyd ton gave its annual reception on New retired to his home at Bowling itary force The latter whatever their will attend school at Kirksville or Years day to which a number of Green Why he resigned has not numbers oould not influence and ought Kingston the two daughters Misses guests were invited A splendid ban Â¬ been made known He has made not to influence the character of a tingle Minnie aud Myrtle will go to school at quet was spread and lasted from one witness grand jury a good officer and bad a year and presence before the a confession but their Wiucbester He rented his farm near oclock until midnight It was a would a half yet to serve Col E Polk ness on tlie partbe the civil of weak Boouesborough to Mr Tom Goodrich grand affair All the noticeable turf authorities for sometime in possession of the farm men of this section were present in Â¬ long and favorably before they had of Johnson made any attempt to cluding the venerable F B Harper known in connection with Louis- discharge their duties and to this exThe only turfman from a distance was NEWS PARAGRAPHS ville journalism has been appoint Â¬ tent would lessen respect for their au- Â¬ Mr Green B Morris There were ed by Governor Buckner to fill the thority and render the subsequent dis- Â¬ Gov Buckner has designated Friday plenty of good things to be had all the vacancy In addition to the duties charge of their duties more difficult of Public Printer Col Johnson A healthy public sentiment ami not February 8th lhSO as tlie day on evening but perhaps none were so which Jas R033 is to be iiauged ia good as the songs and dancing Messrs will edit the Frankfort Capital the presence of an armed force is the Meade county for the murder of Ben Â¬ B J Treaoy Mike Bowerman Joe best support of government and tlie edict Rhodes Ross is supposed to be Kirabrough and others made speeches THE POPULAR VOTE powers conferred upon a Circuit Judge same negro who murdered Jerry The affair was extremely pleasant both as a judge and a conservator of the The Democrats are coming to the public peace are so unlimited that Horn iu this county several years ago rom beginning to eud The New Harrods Yearu receptions of the Lexington the conclusion that the popular a firm and judicious discharge of his aud avoided arrest by High Turf Club will welcome an annual ex- Â¬ not the electoral vote duties will almost invariably mold burg Democrat vole and Everybody been pectant ought to elect the President A public seutiment iu support of his ju- Â¬ The coking iuterests of Kentucky are speaking pleasure as oue of has most about it the to become in the near future a destined joint resolution has been introduc- Â¬ dicial actions enjoyable events of the festive season Under all the circumstances I do not great industry Ooke Is now being ed in the House by Mr Springer Lexington Press proposing a constitutional amend Â¬ believe that the pretence of troops in mado at Jellico and there have just A Lexington special of the 5th says county is necessary to main been completed nt Pineville half a ment extending the presidential Breathitt King Ban the dead premier of Dlxi term to six years making the tain the law With every purpose to dozen large ovens It is reported by ana heads the yearling average iu 1888 support the judicial tribunals iu the ef- Â¬ those who Know that the ooul of this president ineligible for re election produces coke equal if not su- Â¬ Ids eighteen colts and fillies briuging abolishing the electoral college fective discharge of their duties I feel section to 49745 which is equivalent to 2137 50 the Couuellsville request perior and providing for a direct vote by constrained to decline the detach- Â¬ each He also has the honor of siring whieh you make to order a seven-year-oMyrtle Powell a little the people for the office of cheif the highest priced colt his son King State Guard to Breathitt ment of girl living near Shakertowu with magistrate But the Republicans county the If my own presence will be Thomas selling for 38000 All told but being in a majority wont see it of any service to you will take pleas- Â¬ her uncles family was accidentally the get of 126 stallions were sold at I but seriously shot Tuesday evening that way you to the last by au undo Young Wells who public auction in 18SS and these num Â¬ ure in accompanying Breathitt court if you conclude on re was carelessly haudlinga revolyer iu bered 740 colts and fillies The amount SHERIFF 11UGU SETTLED IT- realised by their sale was 475835 a consWeratiOD to hold it the room Tlie playful toy went off grand average of 04802 Other stal Â¬ In your letter November 13 you say No county in Kentucky was I will not attempt to hold courts at wheu it was not loaded and sent a lions whose get averaged well are Sir girl Modred his eight head selling at ever worse than Rowan was a few Letotaer Knox or Breathitt unless you 32 ball Into the body of the little Harrodtburg Democrat Mortemers 2083 80 213760 each months ago Soldiers were sent send guards along Spendthrifts 146260 Frank Chase of Springfield N Y Hindoos there on two different occasions This is a matter on whiah tha Exec- Â¬ lias jtfet been notified that he Is one of 1390 38 Billetls 1565 20 Iroquois ifnotoftener and the Governor utive rcn take no action and several State officers accom- Â¬ It is for the Legislative Department the heirs to an immense estate iu Pike 125846 Gfeuelgs Sl2i333 Kyrle panied them the last time But of the Government to judge of the faota j county Ky consisting of 70000 acres Dalys 51050 Hoakhocklngs S1000 1050 Bulwark no good was accomplished Sheriff which will justify an official in thus ot mineral land The other heirs are aud Joe Hookers the giahddaughtr ofGeu Thos Mar Â¬ has the dlstluctlou of the poorest aver Â¬ Hogg tool the matter in hand and abdicating the duties imposed upon Utl Mrs Judge age his two offerings reaching the shall of this State paraiized the Tolliver gang A him by law Carale of Chicago A New York syn lusiguifioant figure of 60 each prominent citizen of Rowan said But on this subject I trust you will Â¬ Â¬ Judge Win M Beckner has takeH charge of the Winchaster Domocrat for the third time Bis weakness of intellect or of morals return is warmly welcomed by the we do not know nor do we care We quote one egregiously lalse fraternity throughout the Stale statement from his contribution to Count DeLeggeps will not down exhibit the weakness of tlie fellow Soldiers have been He is forming a new company and He says already has a large amount of stationed in Estill county ever This is said money subscribed for the comple- since I remember in aid of his claim that soldiers tion of the Panama Ship Canal sltould be sent to Breathitt and Bank stock in Shelbyville is up other counties to aid Judge Lilly On Saturday ten in holding court It he has arguto a high notch eSares of the Bank of Shelbyville ments but they must be more sokl at 167 per share and 40J truthful than the above quoted to shares of Farmers and Traders present lot them go to Governor Buckner as he has charge of the Bank at 176 permit me without obtruding on your consideration any views of my own to Invite your attention to an act passed by the General Assembly at its last session niul approved March 9 1SSS Â¬ Amougst other things this act provides Â¬ that If at any term of a Circuit Court the presiding judge thereof shall be absent it shall be lawful for any Â¬ other Circuit Judge of this Common- Â¬ Â¬ wealth to attend and bold such term of the court and while so engaged he shall have and cxerolse all the powers and authority of the regular judge of Â¬ such court lam informed that under Authority of this act some Circuit Judges have al- Â¬ ready interchanged courts if there are any reasons why you prefer not to hold Concerning the bushwhacker the court in Breathitt I have no doubt who hid behind the uncertain de- Â¬ that many of the Circuit Judges would signation of A Citizen of Estill be willing to interchange with you I and fired a column of happen to know that Hon Lucius P County senseless stuff at Tuk Climax Little is willing to hold the Breathitt tnrough last Fridays Register Circuit Court for yon if you will hold we have little to say He fails the McLeau Circuit Court for him be Â¬ to either comprehend the plainest ginning on the fourth Monday of the statement made to him or to tell present month I have the honor to be the truth when ho tries but respectfully your obedient servant 8 B Buckner whether this incapacity arises from dicate wishing to buy the lauu the discovery made RELIGIOUS Elder Frank Is to be the now pastor of the Christian churoh at Lancaster Dr Henderson will prenoh In the Methodist church in this city next Suuday morning and evening All are invited Rev H H Morrell of the Episcopal church Wheeling died suddenly last Wednesday Ho was recently of Owensboro Ky Rev I 8 McEIroy will act as finan cial ageut of Central University a year ills pulpit at Mt Sterling iu the mean time being supplied by Rev J T Keu drick of Paducah Alexanders Hotel Louisville is a favorite resort for newly married peo- Â¬ ple 117 couple having made It Ibeir first stopping place during 1888 Among those from Bourbon were B C Wheat to Miss Emma Carson both of Paris C M Skillman to Mis Mamie Bradley of North Mlddletown R A Woolums Woodford conuty to Miss Minnie S Letlou of Paris Auditor Hewitt has filed suiU against the Sheriffs and securities on their bond for Knott Kuox Letcher aud Menifee counties These Sheriffs have failed to pay a dollar on the revenue ofl8SS charged against them There are a few other counties which have not made the final settlements and which will have to be sued for a judg ment and recovery from the sureties on the Sheriffs bonds The New York Evening Sun says It is understood that the negotiations were completed to day by which the contract of the manufacture of the Heury Clay brand of Havana cigars as well as the most important tobacco Â¬ The Largest and ost Complete Line of Clothing1 Eve r Shown in M ichmond We have Just returned from the market where we Irave bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at Rev Robt W McDonel of Georgia a missionary at Durango Mexico sent out by the Methodist Board of church extension died on 21st ult Rev Preston Blake pastor of the Baptist churches at Republican Waco and Kirksville this connty has accepted a call to the Baptist church at Stanford He is a good man and Stanford Â¬ Â¬ is to be congratulated Rev I S McEIroy of Mouut Slerl- Ing ussited Rev W Y Davis in a meeting at Taylorsville preaching twice a day for almost three weeks The result of the meetings was sixty three aditions to the various churches Mrs Lee wife of A JLee died at Owingsville January 4th Mrs Lee was seventy years of age and was a daughter of Elder John Smith a dis tinguished preacher of the Christian church and an intimate friend and associate of Alexander Campbell Rev Dr Pratt received Christmas day a letter from George W Bostwick a well known grain dealer in this city twenty five years ago and since grown to be a millionaire in New York that he would iu a few days send him bonds to the value of 25000 to go to the endowment fund of Georgetown College which Dr Pratt is engaged iu working up The Doctor thought this a very nice Christmas present Lexington Observer - Our aim is to sell you goods- at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces - m CES THAN M EVER BOUGHT THEM AT BEFORE All the Latent Styles in Buite lAtTTSFXXIa LXN Md Wila eraoats e in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout H1AT9 QAF8 SO A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLORS AND SHADES Essa J Â¬ Â¬ meeting that lias been going on at the First Baptist church for tlie past week or two con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Dr Wharton of Bal- Â¬ timore closed on Sunday night There were some seventy additions to that church and probably thirty more who madeconfiession at this meeting but who joined other churches Those who heard htm were fascinated by the beauty aud pathos of his diction and the force and earnestness with which he presented gospel truth Lexington Gazette The protracted A man who has practiced medicine for 49 years ought to know salt from sugar read what he says Messrs F J Cheney Co Gentle- Â¬ men I have been iu the general practice of medicine for most 40 years and would say that in all ray practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of success as I can by you Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful aud would say iu conclusion that I have yet to fiud a case of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would take it according to directions Yours Truly v L L GORSUCH M D Office 215 n 11 Toledo O Jan 10 1887 complete embracing all of the Latest Things to ise Found In a First Glass TaaiGsing Esiaisiishment at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will ladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper- but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as is Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cuke manufactur 01 GOODS AEE IAD AT PEICES TO BEAR IS OUT II HAT 1 BATE SAID HWith thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance f same VeiT Respectfully we are son-in-la- w COVINGTO 218 577E3S83 1djJl OHELL SS35S3SSZ Summltt St Taken in- Halls Catarrh ternally We will give 100 for auy case of Catarrh that can not be cured with Cure t Â¬ GAI sSKINS c3-RA-2sr- F J CHENEY 363Sod by Di nggists 29 33 CO 75c Props Toledo Ohio D Ladios who contemplate purchasing Sealskin Garments slcnlJ remember that Sealskins advanced at the November fttr sales in Lon don nearly 50 per cent This means a corresponding advance in Â¬ LIVE Ue Â¬ STOCZ MARKET EEPORT Hy GREENE KMB11Y Slock Commission Merchants nt Cluoiu nati Union Stock YarUs and Covington Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio Jan SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 7 18S9 O P B NIN OF Sealskin Garments the world over Our heavy purchase of Skins prior to the advance has placed ns in a position to sell f 4 Â¬ 4 00 3 25 3 oo 2 25 3 75 40 3 75 Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 50 4 35 3 60 4 00 3 50 2 75 Al tlie Same Prices as Heretofore BUTCHER CATTLE Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers 2 75 Good to Extra Cows 3 oo Fair to Good Cows 2 25 Common Cows 1 50 2 Rough Cows and Oxen 1 00 1 BULLS Best Shipping 2 75 3 Best Bologna 2 40 2 Fair Bologna 2 25 2 Fair to Good Feeders 1 85 2 Common and Thin 1 25 I FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 50 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 oo 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo50 Fair to Good 30 00 40 Common 17 50 25 Best Veal Calves 6 50 7 Fair to Good 6 5 50 Common and Heavy 3 oo 5 HOGS Select Butchers 5 15 5 Fair to Good Packers 5 5 05 Good to Extra Lights 5 10 5 Light Pigs 5 oo 5 SPRING LAMBS Extra- 5 oa 6 Common to Good 4 oo 4 3 50 3 25 4 3 3 3 3 2 00 75 40 23 OVBROOATi AND Although we are the heaviest holders of Alaska and other sealskins in Eichmond we cannot guarantee these low prices far in the future Now read on to your own interest OtiH CLOAK DEPARTMENT boasts of such superb and varied assortment of NEWMARKETS that it is difficult to select any to which to call attention We have among many others 35 75 00 25 00 60 35 15 Â¬ 75 75 25 Â¬ Winter Clothln pats GOODS FANCY STRIPES BRAIDED LIN TWILLS BER- Â¬ 75 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 20 15 CAPS AND and a vast variety of OLOTHS in all the popular new colors with Monkey Beaver and other Fur Trimmings For quantity quality and variety of HMISHING LARGEST STOCK Walking- Jackets we ohallenge the world There never was suoh a stock around bore before GOOD BEAVERS FRENCH STOCKINETS DIAGONALS 20 10 Â¬ 00 25 and novelties in Embroidered Vest Fronts Â¬ Â¬ LATEST STYLES Many peculiar points make Hoods Sar saparilla superior to all other medicines Peculiar In combination proportion and preparation ot ingredients J Hoods Sarsaparllla possesses rf r ilift frill rnratlvft vnlnft nt trm best known remedte the vegetable klng- uom rccuuar in strength cH Hoods Sar- and economy saparilla tho onlymedl- whlch can truly cine o One Hundred Doses PLUSH GARMENTS What we have said of tho reputation oi our Sealskins applies with equal force to our celebrated Tailor Made Form Fitting Plush Garments They receive tho same care and the same skilled work Â¬ manship as our Sealskins Tlush Newmarkets Untriramed Satin Lined Fur Trimmed etc LOWEST PRICES yvv syof r fAftlMnA - S Suits to Order From Samples We will make you a suit to order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at cesaiavj Ov Â¬ rvT ld Peculiar In Its medicinal merits Hoods Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown and has won for itself the Utlo of The greatest blood purifier ever discovered Peculiar In its good name nome there Is now mors of Hoods Sarsaparllla I soldi n Lowell where It is made than of allyT other blood Peculiar in its VsaTtmn- nal record of sales abroad other preparaUon CTcr attained such popu larity in so short a time and retained its popularity and confidence among all clusses of people so steadfastly So not bo Indnccd to buy other preparations but bo sure to get tho Peculiar Medicine n larger smaller Domes rconlro larcer doses and donnt Iroduco as good results as Hoods TVriTir r ana TS Foil Ladies and Misses A J- The new and popular shapes Modjedcaa and Langtrys Plush Sacdues are all the rage in tho cities Our Seal - K 4 ITOUFPBRS THE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE lNRlCHM0Xb FIRST ST uiay2 tf All sorts of Elegant Visiles and Mantles that come under the head of Short Wraps aro shown iri our department Moujeska Wraps of Beaver with ologant Gimp and Ball Trimming some braided all over Ladies Cloth and Moscow Beavers quilted Satin Linings trimmed with Passementerie braided altver fif Superb assortment of Mourning Wrape SHORTWRAP cue mm t hot ScldbralldrcgEitt itlxtor3 Frepaxedoalr bjCl HOOD A CO ApothocariM Lowell Mvi IOO Doses One Dollar 20 23 Hoods Sarsaparilla ap18 tf Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky if 1 ligjflj w THB IicL tor sate- Go and see CLIMAX JANUARY See ad 1 Wi eos Sanfl Cincinnati O Dec 29 18SS J Waco Mining and Manvfaciuring Co Waco Ky Gbktlkmen We have given your sand a thorough and practical test and finditfaraupcrior to anything we have ever been able to obtain for the purpose of grinding and graining Lithograph Stones It is sharp clean and quick in action and will undoubtedly be welcomed as a great boom to Lithographers Respectfully yours The Donaldson Lithograph Co By W H Donaldson Treas Daniel Boone and the Legislature Some doubt having been expressed in print in this city lately as to Ds ic Boone ever having been In the Legisla- Â¬ ture or Virginia MrA C Quisenbcrry of this city says he was certainly elected to represent the county of Fayette when it was a part of the State of Virginia The whole State was divided into Fincastle and Kentucky counties and it was then again divided into three counties which were called Fayette Lincoln and Jeffer- Â¬ son and the time of this division in iron the records of the State of Virginia show mat Uaniel Boone was elected from this county to the Legislature of Vinrinia but there is nothing to show that he ever took his seat Lexington Gazette Licenses WEDNESDAY 9 1SS9 Office OP THE Donaldson Lithograph Co I - Buchanan T Greenleaf Ste iat Breck Phelps iiave to say fine Pljmouth Rock chickens for sale Capt P grandfather Tehu P-- Ballard is now a great De Witt Miller at the Court house Saturday night Madison fcv National Bank stock for sale See ad R P McCord - Mr J- W Heraden shipped a car of Jaii stock to Texas Saturday Gentry make their ap Â¬ Shackelford pearance in to days issue of The Climax The pUnets Mars and Venus were in jn conjunction ng- Looking This Way Mr John R Proctor Sute Geologist was in the city yesterday on his way to South eastern Keutucky He States that as a result or Mr Charles Dudley War- Â¬ ners Article on Kentucky in Harpers Magazine for January he has received a large number of letters from persons in the North west and in the East and that he has no doubt but what it will be follow- Â¬ ed by a rush of letters from England where the development of South eastern Kentucky is attracting extraordinary attention Mr Proctor says he met an English gentleman the other day who told him that in London investors were talking about Big Stone Gap Cumberland Gap Three Forks and Pineville who could not tell for the life of them where such cities as New Orleans or Indianapo- Â¬ lis were situated Courier Journal -Â¬ oa last Wednesday morni- Dr Hardin Bright wilt occupy one of the elegant offices in the Dr Smith buildingmm m ao-l- Bro have sold to Coiington ArnoM E B Wallace a tot on Hillsdale Avenue feet for 400 cash -o Masonic Officers The Masonic lodges In Madison coun- Â¬ ty elected officers on their anniversary day Below we give reports of those not already published Richmond Lodge No 25 F AM Jno Bennett W Mj Claude Smith S W T M Curtis J W S S Parkes B J Newlon Treas Secy N V White S D R 11 C Covington J D hi Mr Billy Green wiil have personal a sale List of marriage licenses issued for the property at the Mrs Karr placet month of December 1SS8 near Red House on the 22nd W L Peyton to Lollor B Park John The heaviest rain of the season fell Fri Â¬ W Duncan to Cordelia Masters W day night and the branches and creeks D Harrison to Lizzie Bratcher Wm nearly as big as Wacos hid a boom Shockley to Alice Ramsey Cassius M finest looking young fellow you Clay Jr to Mary B Harris Wesley The e saw arrived at the home of Mr and Conner to Mattie Cain W S Parke to Mary E Parke Garrett Gentry to Mary Mrs C C Wallace last Wednesday m Holland Wm M Shimmier to Jessie E Mr Thompson Ramsey and family Seal Wm M Davis to Elizabeth Hol- Â¬ changed their minds at a late hour and loway Leslie C Moorcs to Mattie A removed to the Col Holloway place Denny Edward Rose Jr to Nannie Kidwell Jame M Lynch to Isaboma Dr William Jennings will this week Lakes Brown Church to Elizabeth nih- remove his office to the newly fitted up son James Noland Jr to Tillie Parke Rice on Main rooms oer Wallace Jefferson Garrett to Julia Logston Joseph street m Durmay to Mary F Jenkins Charles On the first page of this issue will be Noroll to Belle Johnson John Baker to found another poem by Mr Laustmann Maggie Todd and a story for boys by a local story The Livest Han of Ilis Age in America writer of merit Mr James McGuire of Rockcastle Bourbon countys five banks show in Â¬ county called at The Climax office dividual deposits to the amount of 439 yesterday He was born at Three Forks 30561 while Madisons four banks show of Kentucky River in 1S01 and conse569184308 quently is in his 89th year He left home i There was plenty of money in town on on last Saturday came by train down to Monday and the banks and the merchants Richmond staid all night and on Sunday had a big day but the stock trade had a morning walked through the rain and rather slow time of it mud down to see his son ten miles from town on Kentucky River below the Jehu De Witt Miller the humorist will mouth of Jacks Creek Yesterday he at the Court house Saturday ecjre returned and tripped up into The Climax nyht for the benefit of the Y M C A office like a man of thirty or forty It of Central University is wonderful to behold a man on the eve of 90 talking with unusual ease and rapidGear Day Z E Bush auctioneer reports One ity hearing well in fact remarkably well seeing without glasses walking without hundred cattle on the market and about a cane and using his own natural teeth half changed hands best selling at 3 Jcts Talks intelligently laughs heartily and 76 45 broke mules sold at 175 per vigorously and never utters a sigh The head Plug ltorses sold at 25 50 usual resigned done gone up expres Good crowd but dull day sion nearly always conspicuous with peo Â¬ ple of greatly advanced age is entirely ab- Â¬ No Gas Tlte City Council has had the gas shut sent in the case of Mr MuGuire He off the street lamps The gas company says that his father lived to be 96 his offers to light the la mps at ten cents apiece uncle James 105 and his uncle John 107 Mr McGuire voted for John per night The town is out of debt and years old Quincy Adams for President and has has money in the Treasury Why not been voting ever since He never took have gas any medicine in his life never had a Bis Corn tooth plugged never smoked or chewed Mr AJ Broadus of Perkins Madi Â¬ tobacco but has occasionally taken a In fact he was a distiller until son county has hought to this office drink three ears of white corn to match with the Government put such a tax on whisky the Rev Mr Stanbcry who claims to he could no longer afford to still The have raised the largest corn hereabouts live old man cut and made one hundred and Mr Broadus says his corn will average twenty five rails one day last week and fifty one ears to the bushel and he is says he can do about as much work as he particularly anxious to see if Mr Stan- Â¬ could half a century ago Not one idea or expression in this account is in the bcry can beat it Lexington Press least overdrawn Mr McGuire is certainMills Closed ly the most remarkable man we have ever The mills at Ford have completed seen their runs for the season The cut this Real Estate Transfers season was a light one as they failed to For the month of December secure the requisite amount of logs They Jerry M Kay lor ux to John Dickincut however about ten million feet The son 4 acres 35 lumber from these mills is rapidly acquir- Â¬ W B Smith to N W Tevis 70 ing a national reputation and is shipped to acres 575 all points in the North and East and Margaret Blackwell to Wm Brooks 13 some of if to other countries Winchester acres 1155 Democrat G W Harper ux to Joseph Wilson The Xctv Sheriff 1440 James B Gwyn to Henry Loman 2 Mr J W Bales qualified on Monday as Sheriff of Madison county and gave acres 10 bond in the sum of 150000 with J E Commissioner to E W Powell 6J4 Greenleaf J P Beaty J J Embry Joe acres 802 P Simmons Socrates Maupin C J Commissioner to L T W T Griggs Bales T J Smith 178 of Yates D M Terrill J Stone Walker C D Chenault E D Ballard to Mattie Burnett n acres 1310 James Mc Williams This is a good tTond E D Ballard to D M Terrill t acre The Deputies are L D Maupin and W C Biggerstaff The county continues 400 ux to Robert Eades M A Adams to have a good Sheriff and good deputies 49 acres 450 Males Solomon Osborn to S D Parrish 20 The mule market has been active in acres 200 MadUon county the past week and good F M Lutes ux to E H Ballard prices have ruled Mr Armstrong of ui2 acres 4000 Kingston on last Wednesday sold to Harry Crawford to Wm Brumback 8 Gentry Brothers thirty three mules for acres 100 3300 On the same day Messrs John II K Middleton to Trustees School W and L A Ballard sold to same party Desk No 6 acre 50 twenty one mules for 2275 Dr Hum- Â¬ Thomas Turner to Samuel Long 94 phrey Bennett sold to J G White acres 2500 Son twenty mules for 2100 See Court D Ross Heirs to T S Burnam 15 day report for sales on Monday acres 525 Abraham White to Edward Black 250 The New Old Coroner John Jennings to Abe White H acres By some sort of carelessness we have 100 heretofore signally failed to mention the John D Harris to Harriet B Camp- Â¬ appointment by the County Judge of Mr bell 63K acres 4768 B Dudley Miller alias to Old Stump James McIIendren to Mrs Frank the responsible position of Coroner of Thorpe 13 acres 700 Madison couuty Stump was once E W Powell to L Parrish 71 acres aforetime Kurrcner and sat on many 700 an unfortunate fellow who fotch up in Wm Shearer Ex to D B Walker a mysterious way Stump is going to 214 acres 35 6S sit on every fellow that the law requires Dave Chenault to C L Griggs 72 and Magistrates he says need not trouble acres 2463 themselves Dave Chenault t8 A E Grinstead 29 acres 1537 Central University Lyman Parrish to S D Parrish 63 The Board of Curators of Central Uni Â¬ the acres 600 versity met in the lecture room of Firt Presbyterian church this city Wed Â¬ J T Oldham to J T Johnson 77 acres 1500 nesday for the purpose of considering the TOWN LOTS affairs of that institution The members D C Lyman to J B Harris 260 present were Rev Dr Rutherford Rev Wm Crow ux to Wm Gentry 225 Dr Douglass Rev Dr Glass Judge D C Lyman to Henry L Perry 550 Cov- Â¬ John Quincy Ward Mr Collins of Henry L Perry to Hannah Mouir 60 ington and Dr Blanton One matter Henry L Perry to Mary J Hunley dismissed was the selection of a Professor to fill the McBrayer Chair in Bible HisÂ¬ 575- Commissioner to J A Curry 301 tory No definite action was taken Mr L E Francis to J S Collins 2202 McBrayer gave the institution 20000 be- Â¬ Alonza Hay c to J J Brooks 125 fore his death and devised ro 000 more in S E Higginsc to C S Wllmore his will which will be paid in June Lex Â¬ 100 ington Observer W N Coy to to Marion Coy 52150 The Week of Prayer T T Covington c to M J Rice 400 Wm Crow to C S Powell 600 The week of prayer is being observed in union effort this week by the churches A J Reed c to J W Balcs 2802 Elevator Company to Coal Lumber of the city began Monday evening It Letcher 6720 at the Chritian church Short address Blanton S D Parrish to P Roberts 300 of twenty or twerty five minutes Elder Burnam making the first address Tues Â¬ Joseph W Bales to Socrotees Maupin day at the Baptist church if5ress by Dr 1850 G H Myers c to J H Aimer and Hamilton Wednesday at the First Pres Â¬ byterian church Address by Dr Hen Â¬ J J Hagan 5000 W R Letcher to Annie C and Geo derson Thursday at the Methodist church Friday at Myers t6oo Address by Elder WHHaroson the Second Presbyterian churchAddress HooUh Sarsaparllla Is a purely vege- by Elder WMiams Saturday at the mill nreDarauon ueiiiK use uni in baptist church again Mass meeting jurious Ingredients It ia peculiar In Several short addresses jliactiraiivs jkwcj m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of R Lalor Tyler J D Hamilton Lodge No 573 at Union City John Hill W M Martin Gentry S W Irvine Asbill J W T J Fain Secretary Thompson Keene Treas- Â¬ urer Martin Bowman S D J G Taylor J D J W Bonny S and T Berea Lodge No 617 E T Fish W M W B PiggS W C E Hostetter J W C M Rawlings Secretary AT Fish Treasurer T C Davis S D S W Pigg J D T Coyle S and T Kingston Lodge No O C Mc- Williams W M N B Creekmore S W A R Todd J W T C Witt Sec- Â¬ retary W Boulware Treasurer Wm Rourk S and T M EEMitchell WGWhite Stewards The Louisville Southern will lease the Versailles Midway Railroad Col Bennett Young says that he will have an army of men at work on tlw Louisville Southern between Lawrence Ten Cents burg and Lexington in a few weeks and THIN COLUMN Will get a first class shave at the Gar will have the road completed by June 1st nett Hotle Btrber Shop Clean tow- Â¬ Mrs Goforth has deserted her husband That the road will be built is a certainty els and sharp razors are plentiful and they have got to hustle in order to in Jessamine county None but first class workinmen are When you criticise a mans grammar employed claim thecounty subscriptions Versailles Give us a trial Entire and he calls your act a cowardly thrust Sun 10- satisfaction is guaranteed humorists should look well to their laurels Col Bennett H Young and several 2000 LJjs Flour The Stanford Journal relates that a man Louisville parties were in town last Friday Covington Arnold Bro have just taking preliminary steps toward the con- drove to town and hitched his horse to a M R R with the post on the street- When he got ready to received 25000 pounds ef Acme Flour solidation of the V 30 33 Louisville Soutliern Their visit here go home he could find no trace of the started many wild rumors one of which turnout Is it possible that somebody IS LIFE WORTH LIVIX0 was that the Monon Route had purchased stole the traces Â¬ The manufacturers of agricultural implements in Louisville report that Messrs T T Covington and Edgar up to this time their business has In Â¬ Turley accompanied by their wives at- Â¬ creased 40 per ceut over that of last tended the Deatherage Welsh wedding at year ulthouKh last years business was an increase over the iirfcaling year of Nicholas ville Wednesday 30 per cent B F Avery Sons are Mrs Curtis F Burnam gave a charm Â¬ workiug their large force bolh night ing tea on Friday evening Among those and day oresent were Prof Preston and bride Also Mrs Knapp of Santa Fe New CAUTI0X TO JI0THEUS Mexico Every mother is cautioned against Hon Curtis F Burnam attended the giving her child laudanum or para annual reunion of the Alumni Aassocia gorlc It creates an unnatural craving tion of Yale College whieh was held in for stimulants which kills the mind of the child Ackers Baby Soother Is Cincinnati on last Friday night Capt Gedrge W Tipton left on Satur- Â¬ specially prepared to benefit children day for his third trip to the West Indies and cure their pains It is harmless It was his intention to remain here but and contains uo Opium or Morphine W G While Prescription the weather and a good salary were more Sold by Druggist than he could resist There are manufactured iu Louisville Maj A J Reed is back from Louisville three times as many ax handles as iu for a few days to settle up his business He has been appointed General Manager any other city in the Uuited States in Kentucky for the Covenent Mutual Although this seems to be a business of yet oue firm in Benefit Association a position that pays small dimensions Louisville gives employment to several him well hundred men Dr Emma Chenault Runyon came Use nothing but Covington Arnold over from Lexington last week to bid her Bros celebrated Acme Flour the many relatives and friends good bye Her 30 33 husband left immediately fter the mar Â¬ best in the market his home at Wichita Kansas riage for Abram S Hewitt retired from the where she will join him next week mayoralty of New York and from pub- Â¬ Miss Minnie Walker of Kirksville has lic office forever after spending 40000 for the last few days been visiting Miss to be re elected and succeeding In de Â¬ Lizzie McCIintock or Millersburg Miss feating Cleveland Margie Turney spent Sunday with them A Lady in South Carolina Writes Miss Walker will visit Miss Margie the My labor was shorter and less pain- Â¬ latter part or this week Paris Kentuck ful than on two former occusious ian physicians astonished I hank you Mr James G Givens or Louisville is for Mothers Friend It is worth its mentioned as a candidate for the weight in cold Address and the State might go The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta much further and fare much worse He Ga 29 33 is a clean handed and brainy young man Torkel Tallakson of Grand Forks a philanthropist by instinct a money devil by circumstance and an all around Dak lies at the point of death from the effects of a bite on the hand re- Â¬ good fellow Lebanon Standard ceived iu a fight with another Nor- Â¬ The two pretty twins Misses Madge wegian and Mamie Hart aged 14 or Richmond accompanied by their aunt Miss Mary Acme Flour the Best Flour Made Clay Lilly were guests or Mrs Bush sold by Covlugton Arnold Bro Hart over Sunday Pleasant Lilly the 30 33 noted trader was grand father of these twins Miss Maude and Wm Shropshire Covington Mitchell have the larof Jacksonville were also guests or Mr gest and best line of Overcoats at very and Mrs Hart Sunday Paris Kentuck- - low prices Call and see them 24- i special train for left SinJay afternoon by A DUTY TU YOURSELF home people H1 use A common ordinary pill when they call secure a valuable Eugllsh one for the same money Dr Ackers English pills are aposllioe cure for- aud all liver troubles They are smallsweet easily taken and do not gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ tion Druggist sick-headac- It Is surprising that I Donelsou uses the best material that the market aflords and the best work Â¬ men He puts up none but the best work BUggles carriages etc made apr4 tfi toorder Call on him in Sanne Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 7nc at Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Garuett House Uuderwear very cheap at Covington Mitchells 24- - THE NEW FIUM OF AMNOUNCESV1ENTS FOP ASSESSOK We are authorized to announce W J HARVEY for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the 12- Democratic parly We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY oa a candidate for Asses Â¬ sor of Madison county FUbject to the action ot the democratic parly A J WILLOUGHBYasa caudidale for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ Shackelford Gentry We are authorized to announce ty 3- - Lieutenant-Gover- norship Several weeks since I noticed in your paper a call ou me to become a candidate for Assessor of Madison Many Voters of couuty Signed Having considered the sub Million ject I have determined to become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their kind and I must say Haltering expressions as to my qualifications I therefore announce myself as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Very trulyr 13- C R Tudok Â¬ Edilw Climax will continue business at the old stand and will endeavor to mer-Â¬ it the patronage of all friends of the old firm as well as the public generally whom they will serve - with increased fa- Â¬ cilities i FOK JAILEK Â¬ authorized JOHN F WAGEIJS ft Jailer of Madison county action of the Democratic Wc are We are authorized to announce candidate for subject to the party to announce 3- JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailerof Madison couuty subject to thfi action of the Democratic party 3- 30 29 SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi Â¬ date for Jailer of MadUon county sub ject to the action of tue Democratic parly fo Â¬ We are authorized to announce IM FIRM C3 THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF CO fe 3 d A m e M and would fire the present the V Joseph Rather was hanged in Texas on employes and take possession at once last Friday In Kentucky the juries Versailles Sun would rather he hung but in Texas they Frankfort Jan 4 The first spike of would rather it was the other fellow but the track of the Kentucky Midland rail- Â¬ they can e as close to the Kentucky idea way was driven to day in the presence of as possible and said Rather be hung the directors and other prominent gentle- and so he was men by Mrs Judge Lindsay and the sec- Â¬ In closing the marriage ceremony of ond by Miss Marion Lindsay wife and the Deatherage Welsh nuptials Wednesdaughter of the President of the road day Rev Sam Crutcher pronounced the The Louisville and Nashville ran out a couple Mr and Mrs WeUh This is a switch line to connect with this point yes Â¬ good joke but everybody knows sam terday Workmen are now hard at work Nicholasville Journal laying the track Which Sam The Lexington Transcript says work Miss Anna Field the temperance lecton the Kentucky Midland Railway from urer says I have become convinced Frankfort to Georgetown and Paris is that the way to check drunkenness is to being vigorously prosecuted The grad substitute light pure cheap native wines ing is finished and ready for iron from at tables for tho perpendicular drinking Frankfort out to Buffalo Trace a distance between meats of distilled spirits of a mile and a half and the laying of Anna what kind do you recommend for iron will commence within ten days horizonal m Gangs ot laborers are busy all along the Penoh blow cheeks and rosy lips line to Georgetown22j miles from Frankdeep blue eyes ami curly aujuru hair fort The line crosses Elkhorn at the Four are possessed by the lovely girl whose Forks four miles from Frankfort on a fuce adonis Hoods Sarsaparilla Calen- Â¬ bridge is no other stream There short dar for 69 She wears 11 dainty bon Â¬ until nearing Georgetown where Elkhorn net an I the head Is cut out so as to is again crossed The company expects look quite realistic Hoods Calendar to have the line opened for tariff by next is easily the best of Us kind and like June A large force is also at work be the San aiKirilla it represents U a good tween Georgetown and Paris and the thing to have in the houe The pud whole line may be completed by the time harmonizes with the extjuIMte array named of color above while the dates are A week ago when it was announced easily read Hoods Calendar may he that Munday Co who have been at obtained of your druggist or by sending work between here and Tyrone had en 6 cents In utamps to C I Hood Co tirely suspended operations and their Lowell Mass It canceled contract had been the DIED- railroad outlook herabout seemed a little dismal to not a few though a Mrs Ella Moss Walker wife of J majority and those being best informed Stone Walker died iu Richmond never lost confidence ordoubted that every county Ky Madison on Sun Â¬ promise of Col Young would be carried day January 6th 18S9 after a brief out to the letter And it was but a little illne s Deceased left three children later when this confidence gave place to the youngest only six days old The certainty On Friday last Col Young burial occured on Tuesday In Rich Â¬ Major Stine and Mr Price accompanied mond Cemetery Rev C J Wingate by Col W R Woodard Superintendent officiating assisted by Hev W Y of the Monon came up on business Sheppard m that left no doubt of their intention and John H Fisher late of Jessamine ability to immediately build and equip the road from here to Lexington Col Young county died in Arkansas and Woodard went from here to Versailles All persons indebted to Covington upon business in the interest of some con Arnold Bro please call and settle at nections there while Messrs Stine and once 30 33 Price remained here upon real business of John C Dent a brother of Mrs interest to the people of Anderson Ther had the books showing the autograph Grant died at Carthage Mo aged 73 subscriptions of the best and most promi NOTICE nent men in Louisville and other points All persons knowing themselves in Â¬ the amounts aggregating over 60000 for the construction ot the branch Better debted to mo for legal fees or otherwise will please call and settl- - on or before still they secured withou trouble and in January 15th 18S9 After that date a few hours over 25000 more from citi- Â¬ these items of indebtedness will be zens of La wrenceburg and they are ass- Â¬ placed in the hands of collecting of- Â¬ ured more can be had if wanted It is un- ficers This course is rendered neces- Â¬ sary bv icasou of my having removed derstood that 635000 of these bonds for from Richmond to Louisville Mr J which the subscriptions arc taken are to A Sullivan will attend to all iny cace be issued and therefore the whole amount in court now unsettled and is authoriz Â¬ is practically already raised It further ed to collect fees Therefore I also take peothis opportunity of thanking appears that the suspension of thovork ple of Madison for their liberal the patronby Munday Co was not as some sup- Â¬ age iu the past A J Reed It posed for lack of money on the part of the railroad people but for lack of push on The Royer Wheel Company of Cin Â¬ the part or these contractors and that a cinnati was burned out on Wednesday new firm or contractors have been engag- Â¬ with a loss of 30000 ed that work wilt be resumed as soon as possible and no let up till the road is com Axworthy the treasurer of Cleveland plete and cars running over it which is who skipped with all cf the citys not to be later than September next money has sent hack SIG0000 of it There is therefore no more room for doubt If you owe Covington Arnold about the Lexington road Lawrence 3083 Bro go eettle with them burg Mews Hronek the Chicago anarchist was PERSONAL sentenced Wednesday to 12 years im Â¬ Â¬ Mr R E X Biggerstaff is now with prisonment forcoiTSplrlng to assassinate Inspector Boufield Mr II J Streng Miss Gertrude Barrett second laugh Miss Lizzie Wherritthas gone to Vicks ter of Lawrence Barrett and Joseph burg Mfcsfor the winter Anderson brother of Miss Mary An MrChdpel Heath gave a swell party derson were married Thursday In at the St Nicholas Friday night Boston Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ announce We are authorized THOMAS S FEBRELL as a candi county sub date for Jailer of Madison ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer Not if you go through the world a of Madison county subject to the 4- ac Â¬ of the Democratic party dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets tion are a positive cure for the worst forms FOK COUOTY SUPERINTENDENT of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency We are authorized to announce J B and Constipation Guaranteed and HARRIS n candidate for County Su Â¬ sold by W G White Prescription perintendent of Public Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party Druggist 8- Acme flour has taken the premium four years at the Madison and Bourbon Fairs Sold by Covington Aruold 30 33 Bro MR JOHN E GREENLEAF 1ms bought out the intert of Mr W M Ballard in the late firm of Ruchanmi Ballard aud the undersigned will Cli tiuue the 3 c- m ae be eil Ala FURNITURE AND M S - p Jag uMer ug c As all itea per Business G IE 30 3 At the same place They will keep ou sale the Iate9t aud handsomest styles of Remaining unclaimed in the Post- Olllce at Richmond Ky week ending 8 1SS9 Hatcher Geo Y Hill L W Iloffer C -- Write for Catalogue VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE CINCINNATI OHIO U tat 3 S A Phelps Mary Thorp John Hughes Thomas No suflerer from any scrofulous dis Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 i ease who will fairly try Ayers Sarsa- - jr Money order ami registered letter parilla need despair of a cure This hours prompt 7 a M to 6 p jr remedy purges the blood of all impurÂ¬ J B WILLIS p sr ities destroys the germs of scrofula and lufuses new life and vigor through Â¬ And everything else iu their line out the physical organization It Their prices will he as LOW as the LOWEST If you want to make a nice cake They will nlo attend all calls iu the uy of Covington Arnolil Bro the Black Jack that Undertakers line with a LEO III a 30 33 celebrated Acme Flour has proven himself to be a good breeder A large and well selected stock of JAMES COSBY Waco Ky 30 31 Hats CapsHc at reasonable prices at They solicit your patronage 24- Covington Mitchells A C BUCHANAN 30- JOHN E GREENLEAF Tlie best line of Gloves iu town is to he found at Covington Mitchells Will receive two car loads on or about 24- March 1st Not having room to store same I must reduce my present stock to rDIPLRS OX THE FACE make room hence I make prices that will Denote an impure state of the blood make them go at once So call early get choice of patterns and the advantage of and are looked upon by many with prices that you may never witness again suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will GEO M WILLGING remove all impurities and leave the 26- Richmond Ky Jan 7 1SS9 complexion smooth nud clear There I keep at my yard near the depot lu Richmond all kinds of is nothing that will so thoroughly ulilic Sale of Bant Stock build up the constitution purify ami strengthen the whole system Sold and guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ On Saturday Jan 26 1889 and the famous Youuhlogheny Coal tion Druggist Also Anthracite I will haudle front of the Court House door in Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ in Ky I will sell publicly to Richmond tism or money refunded Price 75c at the highest bidder Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Gamett House of stock of the Madison National Bank AND TOBACCO Stetson fine soft hats variety of of Richmond Ky Sale at 2 oclock pm R P McCORD styles at Covington Mitchells 21Orders left at W G Whites and C 30 32 E Smiths drug stores and at A H Donelson will make you as good a Lalors grocery will receive prompt at- Â¬ buggy or carriageaa can be bought LIFE INSURANCE tention apr4 tf any where In America M Christopher will always be Mr AT ACTUAL COST found J the yard aud will take pleas- Â¬ at Off West Horace Greely said Persons desirous of obtaining life in- Â¬ ure in watlug on all customers young inau but wo suggest that surance at actual cost should write for fair share I hope to receive Ea BALDWIN of patronage T everybody who raises chickens get a circulars to 29- bottle of Ganters Chicken Cholera Security Mutual Benefit Society Cure If it fails your money will be 233 Broadway New York Willis refunded by Stockton It This society claims that for six years Stop that cough by the use of Ayers the cost to a member of m iddle age has Cherry Pectora- l- the best specific for been Less than Twelve Dollars a all throat and lung diseases It will Year for each thousand dollars of In- Â¬ The 8ECOND TERM of the present 30- session of this institution will begin allay inflammation respiration and surance strengthen the vocal organs Ayers Almanacs are free to all Ask for one HARRISON D MILLER 21st 89 Monday If you want a good quality at very low price go to Coving- 24- ton Mitchells suit of first class January BED BOOM SETS Parlor Sets Wardrobes Martin SL Mavay W H Bedsteads Chairs Breck Phelps HAB DW A IR IE A Choice lot of CUTLERY in abundance tho for 1-5- 1 Jen- N at JACK FOE SALE Fe N 106 W Main St next door to Second National Bank A variety of STOVES of the beet make including the BAYLESS COOKING RANGE Cooking Stoves open front and Cannon Heat Â¬ ing Stoves Anthracite Base Burners and other styles Russia Iron and Corrugated Piping Grates Mantels and Hearths taral lit jata lire Tit Bey IS Of FULL LINE OIT edge tools of all kinds TIISVItE Builders Ilardwut PHELPS 3Tr3 fill 4 HANDSOME HEARSE ROOFING and GUTTERING DONE to ORDER 30 29 ef all e and J8 WAIali PAPER BRSGS Uiiena Da COAL YARD WADRUFF Jl r 1 s you Jour as ride of reary iSON bey can for the HI nee NEW PIRM NEW GOODS Wo wish to announce to the public that wo have just opened in the house next door to the Gar nett House on Second street a fresh stock of the best brands of a Kentucky Coal fc hend bey are t do not frescnp- - English NINETEEN SHARES LUMBER GRAIN BALED HAY 3ts STAPLE and FANCY ITClWJEttfElEI DEALER IN perwi GROCERIES Watches BttliX a Clocks Jewelry Silver ami oouniy m that can be had in the cities propose to sell We Elated ware He Special attentioa given to CHEAP for CASH at SETTING DIAMONDS I Come and see us and be convinc- Â¬ ed that we have a first class stock AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES 1 END EST Reasonable Prices REPAIRING Proaptlj dose and In a worknaHk8 If jou want a nice buggy phajton curriage or rockaway barouche 109 IRVINE STREET coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t Next Door to Post Office Advice to Slathers IfreWrssLOKsSooTnrsoSxBurihouldahraji used when children era catting teeth It re lieveitha little suflereratotice- - it produces natural quiet tleep and the little cherub avakeaaj bright as a button It Is very pleasant to taste It soothes the chfldsoftenstberumsaUaysallpsJn regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy for diarrhoea rhether arising from teething or other causes Twenty ure cents a bottle 65 Toe Friluro Repairing And manner We shall aim to secure a fair share Cash Paid far Old Gold and Silrer But students will be received on and of custom by square dealing and after January 1st and charged fur the Dont forget tlte plaee Best deer I the handling of desirable goods Term ouly The to the Post ofllee Kiebmosd Ky DAVID CHENAULT CO jan4 tf January Commercial Department 9- - Upholster Promptly CARPETS LAID IN FINE Give him a Call 24- STYLE J SrEED SMITH CIIAS S rOWELL will be in charge ot Messrs J I Clel land and J M Duncan Special at- Â¬ tention will be given to BOOK KEEPING AND Fine Carriages ITew Barber Shop COBB MOOKE 1W E MAIN STREET We Iwve asoeiated MKseiywa tagetta er in the BarberiBg Bwlmeo a ltd are leeated at 106 E Main Street hi Item -- 1 HS PEOPLE EVERYWHERE TELEGRAPHY Which will be taught without extra charge Mr L T Davidson of the Courier Journal Compsny has gener ously supplied the necessary upparatus for the Department L H BLANTON Â¬ Mr W H Park and wife of Irvinet visited relatives in the county this week Mr George P Deatherage and daughter Annie have gone South to spend the winter Mr James B Asbcraft of Irvine was In the county this week looking after his landed interests Mr A Trigg Moss of Louisiana was present at the burial of his sister Mrs j Walker yesterday Dr Ramey of Cincinnati came up Sat urday night on professional business and Â¬ Confirm our statement when we say that Ackers English Remedy 13 In every way superior to any and all other preparations for theTbroataud Lungs Iu JWhoopItig Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once We oiler you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guar- Â¬ antee by V G White Prescription Druggist Prune your grape vines and trult trees shape up your yard trees now Employ P F AdamS who will be CHICK EXS FOR SALE hero for 30 days Call at STparrfshs Fine Plymouth Rock Chickens both or drop a card Sutisifaotiuu guarau 28 30 teed male and female for sale by Mrs R P McCokd Road horses trotters and runners Red House Ky 30 32 shod in any manuer desired I have The engineers declare the Q strike Just received an extra lot of fmir year still on but as it has cost them 420 000 old secoid grvjh timber for repairing it Is niiiimil nil kin Jh of wukoiis All work 10 support the ttriken that they are getting sick of It at the very lowest price- - Shop Buy your groceries field seed grass back of Brookss drug store Respectfully seed salt and lime of Covington SO 33 M1DKIFF Sfebly Bro Arnold uar-autet-- d SMITH POWELL 29 32 fire Iiswasice Wo represent ten of the strongest Companies in the world we represent the company that has the largest capital the largest paid up capitaf the largest assets the only company tlmt pays its losses without discount aud does not agree In its policy to make you wait sixty days altera lire to get your money we write at the lowest rates given by any company then Chancellor sey building nest door to Roberts Wines drug store First clas work guaranteed Shav Â¬ ing 18 eeuts enlMrena bair etMs 15 eeHte For Sale Privately Owned bv J R Estill aud Mr and Mrs M C Estill of Clark county sit- Â¬ uated ou the Speedwell pike about four miles from Richmond containing KENTUCKY JOHN DONELSON Propkietor apr4 tf Please give ua a rail KatfefeeUoa insured SQUIRE COttft 28- M MOOSE r a Fire Insurance THE ESTILL PLACE CARRIAGE WORKS near fEjais DIGEB laiat Ptst iife nd BSecttre i mro AND TBANSPLAHTEH 8L well Improved Gqod Brick Dwell good out not Insure in the Best INU line barnfailingbuildingi c is or- Â¬ t pring for chard never eU a partnership If pnv fiv an- - biekwl liy fvr Our omiiiii Hit- - pacv was formerly Iiffhii 42 IQOJHiU capital hiiI nvei SI25oOOH U Etll For fur- Â¬ oiiHl In Col U are assets It will be loo lte burned nut Call and iee us before you ther p utlculurs enquire of lu urc elsewhere Our rates and terms I C Vanmktbk Jr Winchester Ky or J W Oapertok Richmond Ky era tiio best 23 33 Dec 2 18SS 29 23 SMITH POWELL 400 Acrfes of No I Land Why itice of A LUht Staple Streac Bis soli Â¬ It fe the only 1 BMii ABtl MB btf UMd tm of soil bo matter tune tOtkjwWl ftrfect IWMOTW ait other dtnenlB feet WHhttamuieu aMJty it v I to lbs havxH J afr The firm ef B ilUrtl Buchanan lo in a furniture huainess in RlebruoiHt Ky has thl Iny diesotved by muliml consent All parlies owing the said firm will pleae call at pnee and settle W M BALLARD December 31 K Ml loaaiBwespec T H tierocjfcgty tvtt vr- WyetTTlreglr raMed Price 1 C 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to copy tits ad vertisement without tie express order 0 Harper Brothers Address HARPER BROTHERS 23- New York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wzm thmm 4 sju J tar 3 i vu ntUuudk solid rii UUlj ncM ItJBfktaiM I fJSHrk2M rthtU wuri u ui vrarM Vm r E um ffiSlifimtJPwS trell rststeo uaavy iMwrua i UdW swrc aiianrii OnoIVnsanUiutiri a J th totaTtlaT wttk mrnr taaMa hm af eaiiir Hunplc rfcaaMkaTa la Tatv iii far 127 UaBO 28 Siu aple tfca r thtm ad S BMtattu ar awa prajtty U TIhm ItWT a ba rai f fwaatvtm X lrVAfcla lfajy an afra M Ira rttau JLd4raaa ax aiPrtaaaaCAlac mmwmrm P rte rt aftvt rw hava kvc Ilot weUeld Tkaaa aaak aa watHk ara ar4 wif om frvtv -larx iM FULL OF FUN NEW YORK FASHIONS BABIES ON EXHIBITION homeward Things That Are Absolutely the Very Clerk at leading book store Tha Cause Treatment and Prevention of Baby Shows Are Conducted In Dogs do not scorn to onjoy thoso How Rural Districts of Pennsylvania the IntellectNewest and Most Chlo or Their Kind an Annoying Ailment What can I show you sir ft may porhaps be comforting to odors that please us A dog will turn The farmers in certalft districts of Another London fancy in the gowns ual-looking Tvohecrd Customer the victims ot hay fever to know that away disappointed and indifferent from Pennsylvania have a laudable custom that are now being manufactured for a good deal about a new book callea Chicaqo it shows a marked preference for per- Â¬ the finest of perfumes Except tho of entering their babies tor competi- Â¬ winter wear is for cloth drosses of that Kobert L Smear Got it sons of cultivation Sir Andrew Clark scent of those things which he would tion at the county agricultural fairs peculiar shade called sometimes to Tribune refers to it as choosing the man before like to eat I have never found any along with their fat steers mammoth tho great delectation of the funny par Myrtle Hes awfully attentive to This elephants breath the woman the educated before the thing that seemed to delight a dogs pumpkins rosy cheeked apples and agrapher How far has Lily her you know ire St ignorant the gentle before the rude sense of smolL Thco B new fangled threshing machines Tho is trimmed with the yellowest of Very far Im Myrtle it gone otter but it is a bravo afraid Ho hold her prayer book up Â¬ and the courtier before the clown Nicholas baby crop is duly catalogued number- Â¬ -brown woman who wears it it may be re- Â¬ side down at church yesterday and further as preferring tho temperate ed and displayed in a separate annex FACTS ABOUT POISONS to the torrid zone tho city before tho and a tempting array of gifts and marked Im sure I heard him say a woman A pretty steamer gown to be worn instead of amen country and tho Anglo Saxon before And Some Valaablo Particulars as to Their prizes is offered for the infant which Time Antidotes according to tho popular vote out- Â¬ by a New York girl in a trip across tho all othor races Thero Tramp in a bar room Doctors disagree as to tho dotormin When ammonia water has beon points all tho others in good looks ocean is of dark blue sorgo and has a was a funny discussion going on in from ing cause of tho annoying group of drank vinegar and water should be amiability and othor desirable qual- Â¬ skirt laid in narrow side plaits Pittsburgh when I left It was on a symptoms which in their entirety are given freely and on the instant This ities in tho offspring Every person the waist down There is a long Di point of grammar and tho question rectoiro coat which reaches the skirts commonly called hay fever While may be followed by copious acid drinks attending tho fair receives at the gate Which is correct lets you and was otc A a slip of paper on which the numbor edge in the back and is cut off at the 1 some contend that it is purely a neu- Â¬ lemonade orange juice take a drink or lot you and I tako a roses the most general opinion is that generous dose of sweet oil will also bo of tho baby preferred is to be written waist in front It opens over a draped Humph Philadelphian it is caused by the pollen of grasses useful ice frooly omployed will some- Â¬ to sorvo as a ballot The amount of waistcoat of scarlet china cropc has drink enough Easy Lets you and I tako a and flowers and hence it is prevalent what control tho inflammation and canvassing and whooping up that Is big buttons set on each side of tho Thanks dont care if I do only when they are in bloom In tho opium will be needed to subdue the done by persuasive mothers and pretty front and collar lapels and cuffs of drink Philadelphia Record Â¬ United States the pollen of the Ambro- pain sisters cousins and aunts in behalf Of blue velvet I havo Miss Maud ho said The color of colors this winter will sia artemiticefeiia is regarded as boing Arnica is sometimes drank by mis Â¬ the respective baby candidates would como in this evening to ask you a chiefly causative of hay fever though take for something else To empty astound a politician Stranger or no be as it has been during the summer ring This powder never varies A marvel or the rose comes in for its share of odium the stomach thoroughly with an strangor the visitor is pounced upon grcon in all its shades tho lighter question and I have brought a parity strength and wholewmenefts More jas a factor in the production of the dis- Â¬ emetic then follow with a generous by whole bevy of fair creatures who tints of course reserved for tho ball with me Now before you try it on I a economical than the orttluary kinds aud you that if you feol in- Â¬ cannot be told in competition with the mul ease dose of castor oil if it can bo borne press upon him cards inscribed som c and tea gown while for street wear want to tell weight alum and UtiKles ot low test short moss and clined to be a sister to me I will havo sage olive bottle Lincoln In explanation of the mechanism of are tho first important step3 in troatr what after this fashion fcSold only In cans phosphate powders ltoVAL Baking Powder Co 106 Aall street absinthegreen will bo worn combined to tako it back as my fathor objects to the disease it has been suggested that meat Paregoric will subduo the pain 21 20 dia- Â¬ New York granules of the pollen colls which and if tho headache persists employ your Vote and Intitbkce are RE- - with brown tan or gray The color my sisters wearing such large the And Maud said sho would sPECTFCLir Solicited for is monds which comes next in popularity are much smaller than corpuscles ouÂ¬ a hot foot bath put a mustard paste to canary mat clear paio snauo 01 yel- Â¬ keep the ring Jewelers Weekly ter the blood vessels by actual pene- Â¬ tho back of the neck and give one half j ABRACADABRA SWARTOUT Are you Miss Tipity Fitchet low will be seen in bonnets in house teaspoonful of tho bromide of potas- Â¬ tration of the walls and that it is not VS THE improbable that the malaise experi Â¬ sium dissolved in water wear and above all In the tulle ball- Â¬ sure you have never loved any other COMPETITIVE BABY SHOW Quito Goodman woman Mr gowns of tho young women enced in hay fever is due to the pres- Â¬ When children drink kerosene oil or And no Miss Tipity Fitchet AT THE polonaise and redingoto in- Â¬ sure ence of this granular matter in tho mothers administer too much of it to Tho Mr But whatever may them carelessly tho symptoms are t crease in favor nnd in striped ma woman has ever loved you SCftABELEniLL COUSTV FAIU For run down debilitated and overworked general circulation Tipity Never Miss women Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is bcthe cause of this malady tho dis- Â¬ great pallor of tho face blueness of tho terials are very becoming to tall full Goodman the best of all restorative tonics It is a potent tressing symptoms Then sir I must really de- Â¬ Fitchet often tax the in Â¬ lips drowsiness feeble pulse cold- Â¬ Specinc for all those Chronic Weaknesses and Tho affrighted visitor receives all figures They aro drawn back slightly cline your offer I cant marry such Diseases peculiar to Women a powerful gen Â¬ genuity of physician and patient for ness of tho extremities and great pros- Â¬ tho corners forming long points of theso solicitations in a smiling way eral as well as uterine tonic and nervine it Railvoay man Somo methods of tration Give mustard and water to drapery and tho drapery in tho back an inexperienced imparts vipor and strength to the whole system their relief in vain seems more It promptly cures weakness of stomacbnausea Â¬ treatment depend upon the mechanical empty the stomach and if vomiting that possibly to promisewithoutthan he is very slight or else absent altogether Kaos prosperform stuffing can lsdifrestion bloating weak back nervous Yes he hold mo on his Aggie tration debility and sleeplessness In cither sex prevention of accession of pollen grains does not occur at once the fingers the ballot box Then he furtively the long seams being continued down lap my head was on his shoulder with It is carefully compounded by an experienced to susceptible mucous membrane and should be thrust into the throat the back with the fulness plaited in physician and adapted to womans delicate scribbles on his slip of papor a num- Â¬ one hand he caressed my flowing curls organization Purely vegetable and perfectly others upon the uso of agents for tho Brandy and water is injected to restore ber which ho would not reveal for the beneath them For young and slight his lips met mine his eyes boamed Harmless in any condition 01 tne system relief of irritation already set up women the Directoire coat with its heart action Favorite lrescrlp whole world drops it in tho ballot Maggie breathlessly medicine A rational method of prevention In arsenical poisoning the first thing box Ho knows that when tho result big buttons high collar and full loveand Warrahted tlon is tbe onlydruggists for women sold by Aggie And then he said Well cunr- under a positive or price would seem to be if tho pollen theory to do is to expel tho poison from tho of the vote is announced there is go Â¬ draped waistcoat and hugo buttons anteo of satisfaction In every case This 13 beautiful weather he said of causation be accepted removal dur- Â¬ stomach using mustard and water as- Â¬ ing to bo trouble takes tho place of the redingoto vldib Kuorcuueu uas inxu llijuu reiunueo ing the accustomed period of attack to sisted with large quantities of milk and printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully Tho latest addition to tho now for the season is it not Miss Agnes It really seems as if with such a jfotore Topics carried out for many years dresses is the sash Not only are im- Â¬ large illustrated Treatise on Diseases of a locality freest from vegetation and raw eggs milk and lime water oil and fine lot of babies as those competitions For Women 060 pages with full directions for especially the noxious Ambrosia ar limo water or flour and water In tho call out more John said Mrs Hawkins as mense sashes worn on every thing es- Â¬ than one prize ought to home treatment send ten cents in stamps Â¬ Address worlds Disfexsart Medical teminafolia a condition perhaps best meantime send for the only true anti- Â¬ be awarded At a big fair in Lancas- Â¬ pecially to outline tho edge of a point- they were going home from church Association GG3 Main Street B iffalo N Y secured by an ocean voyage Since dote hydrated peroxido of iron which ter County why did tho minister call the dovo there were thirty ex- Â¬ ed bodice and then be tied in an enor- Â¬ 25 21 prevention is however impracticable should be administered moist and in hibits in this line and tho little fel-Â¬ mous bow in the back but they are that brought back a grcon twig to the I dont know replied for the majority palliation of or relief large quantities after vomiting is in- Â¬ low who carried the election scooped also draped into tho side draperies ark he John unless that it was that if the from the distressing symptoms is what duced Finally a generous doso of in stakes to the value of 500 Frank A black tulle gown mado Tiy Russell is chiefly demanded and hero the castor oil should be given Stimu- Â¬ Leslies Weekly of Bond street London goos a point dovo had been a female she couldnt anaesthetic properties of cocaine would lants ice and opium are used for beyond any thing hitherto seen on this havo kept her mouth closed long SEA GULLS iN WINTER Many medicines aro seem a priori to make it a valuable their purposes side and is absolutely tho very newost enough to get the bough to the ark1 remedy Experience has justified this prepared with a very strong alcohol This sash and there was ill teoling in that house- Â¬ A IScautifnl Sight Frequently Visible In and most chic of its kind lloston Harbor assumption and when intelligently ap- Â¬ and children have beon known to bo is prodigious and is not only of that hold all the rest ot the day Judge -V In the ice timo when many days vivid red which is vulgarly known as V plied cocaine will certainly mitigate if poisoned by an overdose of it For MP KiTiJCa Skuse me sah Uncle RastuB aWU treatment the child should bo hold in and nights of bitter cold have filled 23 not actually dissipate tho symptoms hell fire but on It were brocaded but am dis not Mistah Johnsing whom Sir Andrew Clark in tho local uso of the arms and its head be given a good the harbor with drift ice the gulls bunchos of ragged robins and bright I met lant night Mr Johnsing cocaine in hay fever suggests three douching undor cold water from faucet walk about upon the smooth white blue That sounds pretty bad but the Da same sah an dis am Mistah The effect Is in reality tremendously swag Rastus Whitewash ef I mistakes not methods solution spray and nasal or pump until consciousness is re-Â¬ surface with evident satisfaction bougie He prefers however to ap stored Then an ometio of mustard or seals lift brown heads to peer over gor How is yo feelin sah artor the effecks Zknser c Life MoUur Ghll ply a five to fifteen per cent solution ipecac should bo givon followed by the edge with wondering baby faces Poo A charming gown worn at Lenox by obdo obenin Uncle Rastus and drag their soft shapeless bodies a newly landed New Yorker who has ly sah pooly Wud yo jine me in er with a camels hair brush Tho bougies aromatic spirit of ammonia iV VRcAnriiiLD RiTciJLRfonCo Poisoning by opium or any of its to a perch beside the gulls A gull been replenishing her wardrobe in drink Mr Johnsing are made by dissolving one fourth of a Wif pleasure X TlATTTVVV and a seal riding off to sea on a block Paris had a skirt of tan colored crape Mistah Whitewash Ob cose I dont grain or more of the hydrochlorate of preparations morphine laudanum 29 33 cocaine in a mixture of golatine and paregoric etc is remedied by fifteen of ice in sereno and contented com- Â¬ in fine accordion plaits from the waist blieve in bein promiscus but oben glycerine The use of carbolic acid is grains of sulphate of zinc in a little panionship one sometimes sees I It had no drapery but a Directoire chicken coop acquaintances sometimes lauded as a curative agent Tho com- Â¬ water If this can not bo obtained at have a very pleasant memory of a cer- Â¬ coat of pale blue brocade 2Y The waist- Â¬ turns out to bo pleasant sah bination is one ounce of glycorito of once use mustard and warm water or tain stately solemn gull I once saw coat was of tanc51ored blond lace a Sun carbolic acid hydrochlorate of quinine salt and warm water and aftor vomit- Â¬ admiring himself in a pond of water deep ruffle of it falling below the folds J5 tiiv fixvst axd vest one drachm and enough bichloride of ing give plenty of strong coffee put a that lay in an ice blook Tho water of tan surah that defined the waist in a THE BOERS WOOING mereury to make a 1 2000 solution In mustard plaster around tho calf of each was very dark all round the ice and tho long point This lace was carried up How Widower riet Courted and Won Cor- Â¬ tho preparation of this solution heat leg and if the patient is chilled and tido was carrying tho ico out to sea inside the high collar of the coat and pulent Taut Sannle is necessary Tho following is tho sinking givo frcoly of spirits and drifting its pretty freight part buoys fell over the outside in another deep In South Africa ono of the forms of method of application Clean the nos- Â¬ water Dash cold water over the face and beacons and passing vessels Tho ruffle There wore big smoked pearl Boer courtship is an up sitting or trils with a douche of warm water and shoulders and walk the person to gull shifted from one foot to another buttons enameled in blue on eithor all night vigil by tho lovers containing boroglyceride in propor-Â¬ keep him from going to sleep for that keeping one warm under his plumage edge of tho coat fronts and they were Aunt said the young man ex- Â¬ tion of one ounce to tho pint and the means death when tho drug is yet act-Â¬ while ho balanced himself on the also on the wide cuffs turned back plosively can we sit up to night other little pink foot which rested on from the wrists where wore deep ruf carbolic mixture is applied with a ive in the stomach Taut1 Sannio hung her head and poisoning by sul- Â¬ the bare ice C For treatment of laryngeal brush Medical Classics N Y half closed her eyes but finding that flos again of the blond lace With head bent this way and that World phuric acid oil of vitriol muriatic her little wiles were thrown away tho acid and similar mineral acids givo ho arranged his feathers looking into THE SCENT OF DOGS young man staring fixedly at his hat THE WORKING WORLD magnesia chalk whit- Â¬ the little pond mirror before him Ho instantly either she simpered yes and went away to Facts Clearly Demonstrating tho Power ing lime wator soda saleratus mixed took a sip of water and still another Industrial Xotn Condensed from Home fetch the candles of Canine Sonso of Smell ami Foreign Papers in water or what is hotter in milk having lost all fear of mon and cagor Our sense of smell is hardly keen Taut1 Sannle took two candles out of As a genoral thing shoemakers sub- Â¬ noss for food in full enjoyment of this enough to enable us to understand how and water If neither of these profits are better in this country than tho cupboard and held them up tri-Â¬ happy hour of gull hood A steamer winking all round tho it is possible for the dog to do all he stances is within easy reach knock a passed so close as almost to crush tho in England An American shoemaker umphantly can do with his nose We can not for piece or plaster off the wall pound it little ice craft into its wheels but tho can make at a cost to himself of 66 room Â¬ in milk or wator Whatinstance distinguish by the smell a and give that Hes asked for them she said gull did not flinch or look up Though conts what an English shoemaker has glass is used Does he want them for his horses rabbits foot from a piece of bark ever solution two or give a wino full every three minutes the raft tipped easily in the wake of to pay 1 for whilo in manufacture of ribbed back asked Gregory new to It rtasd at the bead of all Rood orcass Those wbo which it seems most to resemble tho steamer and the swell rolled over ladies1 shoos tho expenditure of 25 Warm wator and mucilaginous drinks to have the be organ should acquaint tbem the bark is the such as linseed tea barley wator milk it even thon he did not put down his cents in this country is equivalent to up country life jew who tbe rot ru ot our twtnuueBts Uont probably because taie oar word for what we MT but nee and test oar 6trongest smolting with No said Taut1 Sannie indignant- Â¬ substance HmraseHtA If o dealer 6el our organs ui youz etc should bo given freely for tucked up foot At last in the climax that of 31 cents in England laoaHty write to the factory which the foot usually comes in con- Â¬ gruels A chanco for mechanical genius is ly were going to sit up and sho of restfulness of soul and body ho somo time after a sufficiency of tho an- Â¬ tact walked off in triumph with the can- Â¬ BUY NOOTIIEU tidote has been taken A common nestled down on tho ice and rested his offered by a railway department in But not so with the hound or even poisoning is by oxalic acid which is soft white breast on tho cold slab with- Â¬ Switzerland which has issued an or- Â¬ dles Address MILLER ORGAN CO Wont you put your feet on my with many common cur dogs Not taken by suicides and is also mistaken out shivering der competing all engines travoling said Taut1 Sannie only will they recognize the scont of for epsom salts tho latter howovor They are to often quite alone in thoir more than forty five kilomoters an stove 9 84 No thank you aunt said the the foot itself but hours after the are bitter and the acid is sour Tho est or amusement that they have about hour to uso a speed indicator which rabbit has passed along they can fol- Â¬ romedies are tho samo as for oil of them a dignity and reserve quite pe-Â¬ must mark correctly tho variations of young man and both lapsed into quiet- Â¬ low him unerringly by tho scent Louie Lyndon to themselves speed A good market is open to ness vitriol poisoning Good Housekeeping culiar yickolas At last Taut1 Sannie afraid of going of the spots where he touched in St whoevercan furnish the beat article his light feet to the ground What The Original Wins Stqre keepors and janitors who havo to sleep tapped a strong cup of coffee HOME SWEET HOME HE KNEW HIS DEER C F Simmons St Louis Propr proportion of the odor of the their brass ornaments railings and for herself and handed another to her M A Simmons Livir Mecicine Eud foot can there be left upon a spot A Story from Georgia That I Pleasant Wonderful Manifestation of Canine Intel- Â¬ signs polished at the exponse of somo lover This visibly revived both 1S40 in the U S Court I defeats Knoagh to He True ligence lu Claiming Property II Zeilin Propr AQSinmons LiT How long were you married cous- Â¬ where it has merely rested for an in- Â¬ er Regulator Esf by Ziilm 18O8 By far tho most interesting part of money and considerable hard labor The little city of Dalton in North stant And yet a dog with a good J- - - 1 nas lor 47 years can save thomselvos much trouble by in Cured iiiEaiiu-4 1IKISNESS Ton months aunt nose first will find an invisible track Georgia 125 miles south of here rich this hunt to mo is yet to come Tho simply dipping tho brass into a liquid DTSFEPSIA SlCK llEAnir uc lniT How old was your baby1 and then will determine by snuffing in war memories has othor traditions voices of tho two dogs as they passed composed of equal parts of nitric acid Awetite Soi a Stomach Etc Rev T B Reams PattorMK Three days when it died for a few yards back and iorth which of a more pleasant kind and among along tho mountain had boon recog- Â¬ and water The brass should not re- Â¬ Church Adams Tenn writes I nized by thoir owner and both claimed uuna 1 Mould have beer dead but way tho animal passed Then he will them is one about John Howard Payne Its very hard when wo must givo main in tho acid more than a few mo- Â¬ your ocnuine M A Sim ior follow all the windings and doublings When the Cherokeos were corraled for the door Such things havo been known ments and then should be carefully our husbands and wivos to tho Lord mons Lvcr Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute said Taut1 Sannio which tho animal has made either in exportation from North Georgia and to cause a bitter feud One was sure rmscd in ruunmg wator OFTk Zeilinsxtoii for jour Medi East Tennessee to what is now Indian it was his dog and tho other was just She was such a good wife aunt1 search for food or after ho is up icWT3 cine but it dont answer the The well diggers vocation is not purpose Territory Payno was one of tho whitos as sure it was his but the question of in escaping his pursuers without its dangers and serious ac- Â¬ Pve known her to break a churn stick K Graves Edttnr Tke rJ If this be wonderful what is to bo at tho frontier settlements of Cros3 most importance to bo settled was cidents frequently happen to tho mon over a maids head for only letting I receiveda oaekaffe nf vnrTvi said of a dogs never confusing the Plains located where Dalton now which of tho dogs Btarted tho deer JUdicine and bnc UK J half of it who follow it A Nebraska man met dust come on a milk cloth Taut1 Sannie felt a twinge of jeal Â¬ It works like a charm I want no track of one rabbit with that of an- Â¬ stands Many of the Indians loth to Tho deer was brought on shore and with a singular piece of good luck better Liver Itegulatcr and cer- other After a dog has once seen that leave the homos of their childhood laid on the green sward where oven whilo at tho bottom of a well in Nor ousy Sho had never broken a churn tainly no more 01 Zcilms mixture a rabbit is dead he will never notice its and of their tribe for generations tried tho ladies gentle creatures admired den the other day A bucket was bo- Â¬ stick on a maids head I hopo your wife made a good end track again but will set off upon some very ingenious methods of dodging it Soon the boat arrived with the two ing lowered to him when tho rope asked other track which often Is much fainter officers Payne several times shielded dogs and one of tho old hunters cried broke He saw tho bucket coming and Did sho leave any messages than that of the one just killed though them Complaint was mado against out Send thoso hounds up here and braced himself in tho center of tho well Taut1 Sannie Never No but the night before sho died I tho two may cross each other and him a warrant was issued and let us see whoso deer this is Tho bottom of the bucket struck his be intermingled in innumerable places he was arrested afterward by having heard so strange a story I half head and broke into fragments while was lying at tho foot of the bed I felt The bloodhound which is tho keenest Sheriff Underwood at the homo of in doubt said What nonsense is that the rim and the hoops slipped over his her foot kick me No nonsense doc- Â¬ scented of all dogs can follow his old John Ross hereditary chief of the you arc talking Piet1 she said body and buried thomsolves in the Annie my heart said I master or his victim no matter how Cherokeos whose log cabin still stands tor wait and see ground at his feet Being deeply interested I approached My little baby that died yester- Â¬ many others may thread in tho same in tho now suburbs of Chattanooga An English inventor has perfected an Payne evidently with the thoughts of closely that I might better observe tho day has been here and stood over tho path Ono of them walked up to appliance which will be of great value wagon box1 sho said Wo can hardly bolievo that these the homeless Indians in his mind be Â¬ animals gan to sing tho first stanza of his now the deer smelt him all o vor and seemed to firemen It is a respirator with an things are done solely through the What did it say1 1 asked quite in doubt Then tho other dog India rubber mouth piece and is de Â¬ sense of smell but that is tho best world famous song then unpublished It said that if I died you must signed to enable the wearer to breathe The pioneer came up with an angry growl smelt Homo Sweet Homo marry a fat woman that science can make of it as yet and work in comfort in dense smoko I will I said and went to sleep There are many other facts which sheriff stood stiff as tho words fell the deer and deliberately laid himself and poisonous gases Tho device is down by the animal whilo the first again demonstrate tho power of tho dogs upon his oar fastened securely by a band around the What song is that he asked as dog quietly placed his tail between his That was a vision from the Re- Â¬ scent I once knew a hound which logs and walked away I could not head and a flange lying between the deemer said Taut1 Sannio would never eat bread and yet was the first vorso ended whilo a projecting Its a little composition of my own help expressing my amazement and teeth and lips grasped small the teeth The young man nodded his head quite fond of raised biscuit tho samo by still doubting tho fact I said to my old piece may bo answered Payne mournfully thing in every respect eavo that it con- Â¬ guide That dog that is lying by tho The air inhaled is drawn through a Sing me somemore sing all of it tained a little shortening One might I suppose thats why you came to deer has been the master of tho other series of small filters containing wet me said Taut1 Sannie take in one hand a piece of bread half oxclaimed the frontiersman sponges cotton wool dampened with On the con- Â¬ Yes aunt and pa said I ought to And Tayno did sing it with such and has cowed him the size of a pea and in tho other tho Tho Popular Iiine between tho dog glycerine and animal charcoal The get married before shearing time samo amount of biscuit and tho hound bpirit and understanding that tho trary said my informer It filters aro provided with valves so that Cincinnati IndianapoliSj would smell of both and never make sheriffs feelings got tho bettor of him that gavo up tho deer is tho better the breath expired from the lungs is is bad if there is no one to see after and he told Payne he could help tho fighter and whips that dog ovory time things then and tho maids waste such a mistake in selecting the biscuit LAFAYETTE and sent direct to tho external atmosphere The power of scent of even tho Indians as much as he pleased Chat- Â¬ 1 We learned duringhe day that tho Spectacles with India rubber rims a lot of fat deer had been started ten milos down Tho next day at dawn as Em passed keener nosed common dogs such tanooga Tenn Letter The EiUn Tnhu EH TEEOrCH VUhtct Court tho river by the dog that claimed Itand fitting tightly to tho cheek and brow through Taut1 Sannios bed room she as tho bull dog can bo tested by Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elegant Be fastening the sound of his voice drew the other protect tho eyes found the Boer woman pulling off her Lifes Mole Hills and Mountains a bit of meat to a clinine Chair Cars on Night Trains one about four miles below tho lake dunning Parlor Cars on Day Train boots preparatory to climbing into bed aiaeniflcent string and dragging it about the Where is Piet Vander Waet Mrs Do Cash O yes my plan of confirming the test and proving tho Unpleasant Work Which Is Apt to Lead yard when the dog does not see you XSLJCCa hiding it at the end of tho trail and managing a man is to let him have his wonderful instinct of tho hound For- Â¬ to Unpleasant Results Just gone said Taut1 Sannio and BITWEIN then afterward putting him on tho own way in small things and then he est and Stream The necessity of being scrupulously rm going to marry him this day four and 6earch for it where you started If he is moie impressed when you oppose careful to whom credit is granted is weeks I am dead sleepy she added Improvements in Keys Til the a L St L C Ballnay Bis Four and Tandalls Mae acknowledged by every one It has the stupid thing doesnt know how to has a good nose he will go over the him in great things It is simple Pullman BoCet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclinine A recent improvement in tho form of been said that the best way to collect talk love talk at all and she climbed same path you took and find the meat enough and easy Chair Cars New First Class Coaches Second Class Coaches and Baggag Cars all run through Leave no string on the meat however Fair Young Bride But what do you keys presents some novel features tho bad debts is never to give credit to into the four poster clothes and all without change between Cincinnati and St Lous object aimed at being to render tho bad debtors but that is a rule which and drew the quilt up to her chin as it might injure him to swallow the call small things 1 Elegant Reclining Chair Cars O smoking in tho back library sit Â¬ pins tumblers-- and bolts of the lock is quite impracticable string because no ono BETWKSN The Lesser of Two Evils All hounds save the greyhound run ting with his logs crossed neglecting more difficult of access when dosirable gives credit to persons who are known Cincinnati and HI entirely by scent When thoy come to proporly adjust his necktie and so that it should be so and also to keop to bo bad dobtors or if thoy do and Dealer I say Jake its beginniur C I St u 1 C and 1BJW Short Line upon too faint scent of a track thoy on Theres no uso fighting about such foreign matters from the lock by pre I lose tho debt no ono pities them to rain and thore goos old Neverpay downwardly curved surface The most careful merchant will got across the street with the new hat he Commodious Rocllnlng Chair Cars will work along it until it grows fresh Â¬ things But when a man begins crit- Â¬ senting a hole The form in this case caught occasionally rrwai er and then begin to bay or give icising mllllnora bills it is time for a to the key and it is no got here last week Take him out an Philadel- Â¬ is that of tho Ordinary Yale key ex- Â¬ wonder that patience and good temper umbrella or hell havo it ruined before biipolb him ills as Esohki lo tongue There is always a corre- Â¬ woman to assert herself cepting that it is curved and the samo are lost trying to Via SEEXDOH spondence between the baying and tho phia Record in collect bad peculiarity also distinguished the slot Tho temptation to use strong debts he gets home CLfiLUa and T P A W It Pdi trail An experienced hunter can toll terms Clerk Why sir hell keep tho um Â¬ or cavity of the barrel this being and to place the name of tho debtor Chicago St Louis aad Peoria close and 1m Examining Horses Eyes by the baying not only whore tho dog It brella xaedlats conneetloas ire mads with all Uses to curved to conform exactly to tho before the public in an is but by tho fretjuonoy and confi Â¬ and from the northwest West and Southwest unenviable Dealer No matter hurry up Id curvature of tho key Tho koy la A majority of people in examining strong Tkltti as Ktfjii Ctwti tt all rriidjal Itlsti dence of the sound how fresh the rather lose tho umbrella than trust him Ttrh obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L-- trail is that is how curved edgewise and the bluings light is Can be dose upon his the eyes of a horse turn them to tho way aftor But that is not the Coupon C Ryalso via this line stallcountry Ticket game the dog is All hunted animals light Very little can bo told by such which oporato the pins are of the all and temptations ofbest character for another hat Detroit Free Press this Offices throughout the ordinary form or any othor approved must bo have a way of doubling or run Â¬ a view unless the eye is very defective A Slandered Mans Protest resisted Right here tho law IOHH ECANOenIPaaEdTatlEest ning in circles Hence if a hunter First look at the eye In a stablo not style and therefor the bolt of aYalo stops in to help frail human nature CXtfCIHNATTa My friend said the head waiter at observes by the baying that hU dog is very light Thon bring tho horse out lock may be used and operated in tho and makes it unlawful to dun in an goin away from him ho waits paÂ¬ of doors and if the pupil of the eye usual manner Tho curvature ot the unbecoming manner through the mails tho hotel a3 he tapped significantly on tiently somotimos for minutes some- Â¬ is much contracted it indicates good slot and key may be varied in differentÂ¬ A merchant would rarely be guilty tho shoulder of a man who was mak I times for hours until the oircle is eyesight If the pupil is nearly tho locks and thus the liability to tamper of such a thing personally but thero ing his exit from tho dining room made and ho hears tho dog approach- Â¬ same size in dim and in bright light ing become greatly diminished the bavo sprung up collecting agencies havo dropped on to your littlo game ing Then he is on the alert for a shot tho eye is poor and tho horse is likely sposial curve of tho boy being required Â¬ which aim to add weight to their re- Â¬ This is the ninth time you havo eaten Largest and mostcomplete stock in for the game is probably not many rods toga blind The windows in a stable as woll as the special form and num quests for remittances by inclosing dinner hero without paying Sir oxclaimed the man drawing Central Kentucky Our motto Best in advance of the dog should bo in tho rear never in front ber of bittingsir T Sun them in envelopes with the words Bad Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices himself up with offended dignity and Abound is seldom lost His noso is They should bo so arranged as to It is said that tombstones are the Debt printed conspicuously upon the looking tho presumptuous official stoni Â¬ P CARROLL his compass Whenever he pleases he throw tho light on the eye obliquely Otily property out west that aro not outside or sending dead beat letters ly Main St 77 and 79 W lithe eye its tho fifteenth CftiV to the delinquents Atchison Oleic mortgaged Lexington Kt can take up his masters track and find Horseman janiwy cage Tiibune HAY FEVER VICTIMS him or he can retrace his own stops To The Public BOOTS SHOES 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