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Vi J VOLUME N u VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS RT I RICHMOND THE CITY OF IlLOOD DrTalmages Second Series of Round the World Sermons 6 1 RG EOS Kkmiikv Nana 1 1 1 m rS hi r Tars af v s fc s J R US Govt Report e l 6 NUMBER 27 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY and we will ride Ganges for which the liberated coin batanta and non combatants si from this place On our way Mr Let Hinted out a monument over the burial place which was opened for n intrenchment the well into which ever night the dead had i teen dropped Around it a curious memorial There an live crosses one at each cornel of the garden and one at the center from which inscription I to day DECEMBER 12 1894 Latest COUNTY XRECTOEY CIS Beast t tr wealths Attv B A Crutcher 5 H Thorp S E Scott irj Fund S E Scott fornenes fourth Monday in Jan nd Monday in April and in September and De Monda COINTY COLRT IU C C SMITH J 1 1 YSK IAN A ND - Richmond r - At Residence on Fifth Siree 1 sMb yvho loated tlvrr CnrruEe- AHllie Worst fwtmimm Mere mproji- aU d by Ih lllooi Tlilrt Dull Lai Cowardly Man Dr DR T Rich TAYLOR Kentucky r Uhrnsult lor ej J A Sullivan IT J V Simmons K Wag r H D 1 cet 1 Yeagers Jewelry y 1 and cxil ei ntcndent Public Schools M I I Hoggs Joel T Emh ASHBAUGH M HOMEPATHIST - Mrs RlCHMnMl d on the first Mon magistrate- - courts May Au STABLES - - Kl rmen spec-34- ith - ember February I DR II Ru hmokii I GIBSON - 1 -- Wa Armer S Wiil first Satur third Wedi pnrsn fan and surgeon Kkntvcky o Sec- - R en 15 Million third White tourth Monday ault J A Turpin first Sat R Wells second Saturday S DR A H STEWART PHYSICIAN AND W A A WMian W yVm Bcnlon second V res third Satur- B 8URGE0N Kentucky 14- - Robii ng fourth text self ted being-- Psalm 7 Our bone are Mattered at the grave mouth M wkMA one euttetii and eeaveth wood unto the earth But mine eves are unto TIc-e- O God the Lord Though you may read this text fioni the bible I read it as eat by chisel into the pedestal of a ct eath which lie many of the n at avnrore In dia To show you that Hindooism and Mohammedanism really are where they have full winr and not a repre ent imcnt of R and to d what an extent of errelty and abom Â¬ ination human nature may Lro when fully let loose and to illnstrate the hardening process of sin and to remind you how our glorious aritianitt may tittr its triumph over death and the prave 1 preach this my second aermon in the Round the World1 series and sua 11 lpealr of The City of Bkto 1 Talmage Sunday the press the second of his iound the World series of terMlona the aabjeet beinf The City of I tie 1 H Thorp third W 1 Wednes third Sat Saturday D15 t awnpore lntiia i instable S c S Alex V 1 Moor 0 PB A KENNEDY 7 IN A ND - so leC strict S SI G S Street S S D rt bird A Adams second Saturday Richmond Off - Kentucky Ham third Carpenter third Friday app third Saturday uirt V DR 1 BALES - PH SU IAN ASH SURGEON KENTUCKY m each month z Third Sat F Adams hal up stairs Two hours and ten mil r its rrenee Joseph Lee of the S shire regiment of F ot rode in npon the Cawapore maasacre lie first man 1 met at l awnpore I wanted to hear he story from whe had been here in 1857 and with his own ey noon the slang 1 heaps of humanity- eon wait until the horse were out carriage and air Lea seated with us - ene tin- story oi nne in contrast ail Mo I I - ds-a- bntcheriea It seems that all the worst - iw pass Â¬ t C tby Rio DR JOHN M FOSTER Kentucky PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON bet wren Second and r iCX in y in M Tuesday T T Co ington ler N 1 N 11 II V and A CHsTSCS SISECTOST 1 A METHOD M E v Redd S Pas- - II a m Sunday at it Jay Sabbath Prayer meetings at 730 p day Chardt tor Re r B South Pas- Â¬ A Redd E F Cosby Church ing even 3 Prayer meetalt nmc Wednesday night every Sunday ait j it Scilicet S second at E Church South M Pas- - tor J F Prayer lay morn tenan F Sswday ng and mcet ng every alternate 100 ei erv IRFSBVTFRI AN and namWed ties730 p Rie I in Pastor T D very Sunday at Prayer meeting bvterian Pas- McKl 30 p m Ulni Pastor Rev A and fourth Prayer morning and night dues lay nights Chapel rj Sun second and fifth Ki v B - Med am Chapel fourth Sunday W 111 Crow lone- - l r Key y - narian nited e Patoi Pa nth at n sun- - MCampbell m - 5 ud 7 day I - Vinrv Fork Pastor A Saturdar and SuWaco Pastor Krr T - B M Anderson Catfhrll Saturdi Sat- - unda and prr ceiing Fi - Tiie pic- ina Sahib in existence of him pi venue Europe ami America and familiar to u ail are au nmnaing mistake This CHAS HOOKER fact in regard U a law yer of Eng iand was called to VETERINARY SURGEON for the purx se of defending the of a native who hat with fraud Tic at ten lit y a Sj fully manage came and ease of his client that the elent paid Kv r hi- - service- him enor he went back to England talsin- with LBV sL SITE C him a picture of his Indian client After awhile the mutiny in India broke W BCRG1N WELBY out and Nana Sahib was n mi DENTD5T the champion villain of the uli fair and the newspaper Kfn Richmond yvantetl a picture of him and to interview some one on Indian arfirs 45who had recently been in i Amon others the journalist e 1U A WILKES SMITH upon the lawyer lately returned The only picture he had brought from DENTAL SURGEON India was a picture of his client the Keni Richmond man charged with fraud The attorney ave this picture to the journals Office M as a specimen of the way the Hi 4 and forthwith that pictur Used either by mistake r intentionally I M D D 8 L HARRIS for Nana Sahib The English lawyer lived in that his client Kentucky said he some day dread the Use made of Richm see would his picture and it was not until the death of his Hindoo client sawyer divulged the facts iffne hours 9 a m I said to our Mr Lee what is this iv lo 4 12 m as the carriage halted by an A YATES j c v is the Here embankment entrenchment where the Christians of MORGAN A YATES Cawnpore took refuge It is the reDENTISTS mains of a wall which a the time of Kentucky the mutiny was only four feet high KliIIMiMl d which with no shelter from the National sun the heat at Jio degree 440 men and 500 omen and children dwelt a month A handful of ACT0S1TETS and split peas win the daily ration and only two weils near by the one in which they buried tiieir dead because STEPHEN 1 PARRISH they had no time to bury tnem in the ATTORNEY AT LAW earth and the other well the focus on Kentucky which the artillery of enemy pi so tiia it was a choice between death by thirst and death by bullet or shell Patents C Krce of Ten thousand yellinrr Hindoos outside tiiis frail wall ami ltwo offering dy 46- r a piient write ing people inside In addition to the army of Hindoos and Moslems an inC H BRECK wt visible army of sicknesses ATTORNEY AT LAW upon them Some went raring mad nnder exposure others dropped under KeHTOCKY RiiHMONH A starving mutilated feapoplexy Office up iron stairway at Crooks corner Main vered sun struck phastiv irroop wait 52 ects big to tiie Why did not the heathen dash down those mud walls and the 1 ASDLLLVAN 10000 annihilate the now less than It was becanac thev seemed L W ATTORNEY AT supernatnrally defended Kkntkky RscMMOND Nana Sahib resolved to celebrate an anniversary The Id of June Iv 16- up staias Street would tie loo years since the battle of Plaasy when under Lord live India B POWELL surrendered to England That day the last European la Cawapore was to be T LA W ATTORNEY Kentucky slaughtered Other anniversaries have Richmond been celebrated with wine this was Other Light Co son to be celebrated with blood Office sine as Richmond Water 3 anniversaries have been adorned with incl Â¬ Â¬ I i 31 Â¬ Â¬ 1 -1 -- ated ly one man and lie Nna rt at Cawnpore Jo knew the man personally I n fnrtw re is no correct picture titury were to Ik imperson Â¬ Others have been kept with songs Rev it Spring R L Ambrose Pastor this with execrations Others with first Saturday Cane ATTORNEY AT LAW the dance of the gay tiiis with the Pastor Rev VVn Rupard mdav Klntucky dance of death The infantry and Inited Richmond Goodloes Clurwl Srxsedyvell cavalry- - and Nana Sahib made on that iastor II lljnson First Sat Office over Rich Will practice in all the Courts day one grand assault but the few iav in each month 42- same as Col Capertons moi fvatioaal Rank puns of the English and Scotch put Pastor Eider Pike Third Sat to flight these Hindoo tigers The and Sunday courage of the fiends broke against Hats Fork Third Sunday-- and prece that mud wall as the waves of the sea Saturday The cavalry Second Saturday and Knob against a lipht house Pastor Rev R L Ambrose ly horses returned full run without their Pastor Rev Kit rick cburch riders The Lord looked out from the T H Campbell Heavens and on that anniversary day A Jon s Republican Pastor Rev M gave the victory to his people yjfcJMMM d Sunday and preceding Saturday Therefore Nana Sahib must try some lay other plan Standing in a field not far from tue intrenchment of the English HISt IPLES or CHRIsT was a native Christian woman da Fat Woods Third Sunday nd pre bv name holding- high up in her hand rdav Pastor L EL Reynolds r It was evidently a communi Sunday J W Harding cation from the enemy and Gen Sunday and preceding Glad Fourth Wheeler ordered the woman brought Saurrlav Elder Collier She handed him a proposed treaty in K rksyjIlr Second Sun lav and prece If Gen Wheeler and his men would din Siurd Joeph Ballew pive up their weapons Nana Sahib Second and lotirth SunAlt Pleasant I am prepared to do all Jtinds of work days and preceding Saturdays Pastor would conduct them into safety they in my line and solicit your custom Sabbatii school ioa Hagerman march out unmolested the men m women and children they could pc BUGGIES WAGONS HARVESTING Zion First and fourth Sundays and the Ganges where and MOWING MACHINES down to i lav preceding third Sunday Pas d boats to take them in machinery repaired neatly and other t ir L M Reynold u Allahabad Wood woik and and satisfactorily Richmond Elder W F Smith PasThere was some opposition to sipn- SHOEING ever Sunday at n a tr tor Services IlOKsK inp this treaty but Gen Wheelers Sunday school at 910 a i n Mb A KPKC lAIaTV wife told him he could trust tiie na- er meeting Wednesday evening and so he signed the treaty engaged the services of Nick I have at 7 There was great joy in the entrenchSecond Snndai White recognized as one of the best White Oak Pond ment that night Without molestation workmen in this section for the year Pastor L H Reyn lentv of they went Satisfaction guaranleed Give me a Cnion Christian Church Sriond Sunday in each month and Saturday precedtrial to ill ing ringer and tbirsrt and ex Elder W S Gamboe Pastor mno- sun with th ther EPISCOr L B1ST CHLRCH mometer from 10 to Mo ning service and sermon at 11 o Corner First and Water streets rejoiced at the pi Fvening seryice and sermon at eir children The young Powell your insurance What about Ladies a1 4 oclock during tlie winter ladies of the Lntrrnefan 3L M Wilon Friday at 2 pm Turley in human kin Rector true morrow Tur-3-- 2 Insure that big barn Powell CATHOLIC were res fey Ma e too much ex Richmond Pastor Rs ryice and second SundaTs Pwell 4V Turiey A blaze will s rt at 10 a m Lecture and bene said Mr the same tnans Char and W K SHACKELFORD garlands this with drawn sworda I as you stood with such feeling But after the muti can not imagine lated bodies had teen thrown into the well the record of the scene re- Â¬ mained in the hieroglyphic of crimson on the floor ami wall of the slaughter my text house An eye witness sys that as ha Memorial church built to the memory wakel in the blood was shoe deep of those fallen at Ca The wall and on tiiis blood yvere tufts of hair are covered with tablets and epitaphs pieces of muslin broken conbs frag I copied two or three of tiie inscrip ments of pinafores childrens straw tions Those are they who come out hats a card case containing a curl of great tribulation ais The dead the inscription Neds hair wli shall be raised incorruptible also Ir love a few leaves of an Epi- the world ye shall have tribulation prayer book also a book entitle but be of good cheer have overcome preparation for Heath a Bible on the the world also The Lord gave the Hv leaf of which was written For Come darling mamrri from her affectionate nath taken away also unto me all ye that labor and are daughter Isabella lllair both the heavy laden one who presented it and the one to Mr Lee whom it was presented departed for Â¬ into the earr and we rode on to the Gan jes and got ever 1 said out at a Hindoo temple standing on the Mr Le2 I have heard that Now banks said Mr iee h indelicate things were found written the place to which Gen Wheeler and his on the wall No but H answered came nnder the escort of Nana these poor creatures wrote in charcoal I went down I the and scratched on the wati the story of margin f the river Down these steps the brutalities they had suffered went Gen Wheeler and the men womWhen the English and Scotch troops en and children under hs care They c ime npon the scene their wrath was stood on one siie of the steps so great that Oea Neill had the butch- and Nana Sahib and his staff era arrested and before beine shot on the other sine As the women compelled them to wipe up part of tne were getting Into the boats Nana fiir of this place of massacre this e aped ing the worst of tiieir punishment for and infirm women and children should t a Hindoo sj haes go on board the boat The young and as to tod attractive women were kept out When Hsvelock came upon the scene Twenty eight boats were nlled with he had thi order annulled The well men women and children and fwas now not only full of human lout into tiie river Bach boat con- - ies iint corpses piled on the on ten armed natives Then three The sol lie- were for many hours en- fastened together wen in covering the dead up and lien Wheeler and hi It was about j oclock in the evening Although I ame upon this place in Cawn Â¬ in orders were given tue boats were some pore Tne building in which the ma art how detained At tiiis juncture a sere took place his been torn down twelve years of aire h and a garden of exquisite and fragrant f the Bin on t flowers surrounds the scene Mr Lee the banks two flags a Hindoo and a pointed out to us some seventy mound Mohammedan Hag at which signal the containing bodies or nortioi boatmen and armed natives jumped ir s of those not thrown into the well from the boats and swam for the shore A soldier standi on guard to cep the and from innumerable puns tiie na e and dowers from being rutu I anh tireil on the boats B soldier if I and itteries above an i below take u rose as a memento and r ared with destruction and the boats mded me a cluster of roses red with their precious cargo I and white both color suggestive I i went down save three strong swim- - me the red typical of the earnag who got to the opposite bank enncted and the white for tho I iiose who str ir by were purity of those who from that spot O Nana Sahib and his sscended But of course the most absorbing 10 had not interest concentrated at the wed into well away from the which hundreds of women and children le young and attractive A circular wall dung or lowered women were not allow int of white marble incloses this well se were marched away The wall is about SO feet high Insiue this wall there is a marble pavement I paced it I Wil ami found it 7 pscesan T this inclosure an said Mr Again we In th mediately above the well of the dead took seits in the carriage and start dia- sculptured anpel of resurrc for the climax f despei sm Now yve arc on the way to a with illumined face and two palm summer Assembly branches meaning victory Tiiis angel rooms which had been built for recre king down toward theslrnnl st the ation an pleasure It had two beneath but the two win v 10 c La t I ay Mighty consolaand s They went down un- Â¬ and here were imprison tion in marble Some toys der the hatchets of the Sepoys they of Nana Sahib to take shall come up under the trumpet that got p s to their shall wake the dead 1 feit tronk and a own all s tremble as I stood reading the e tiieir promise the s on the stone that covers tne Summer Sacred to the perpetual memory of a great of Christian peo- of Gen W lielly women and children cruel return she afterwards married Mohammedan who had taken her ly massacred near this spot by the S poys amused them rebel Nana Sihib and thrown the s by thrusting children th dying with the dead into the well be Â¬ and hohiii them up he- neath on the 15th day of July rs in thi On the arch of the mausoleum yvere d and the cut the words These are they who til ag guari the crowded came out of great tribulation Sepoj But where rest the bones of the women and children waited then d its amid Herod of the nineteenth century No flies and stench and Nana Sahib one can tell ion men Two sent out to find Then Nana Sahib heard that Have the whereabouts of the daughter of Dg and his name was a lien Wheeler tracked Nana sahib dur- Â¬ ing a weeks ride into the yvildernes le women end thev were told that for a while af- Â¬ and children imprisoned in the slimmer house or assembly rooms should ter the mutiny Nana Sahib set up a litbe liberated he ordered that their tle pomp in the jungles Among a fetv should be cut The thousand Hindoos and Mohammedans were commanded to do the wirk and he look for himself the only two tents hau neighbor aterepted it but failed because the while they law of caste would not allow the Hin lived in the rain and mud Nana Sahib doo to bold the victims while they with one servant carrying an umbrella would go every day to bathe and peo were being slain Then one hrn to fire ronld gi and stare For some men were ordered through the windows but they reason after a while he forsook even fired over the heads of the itri that small attention and disappeared t and only a few were among the ravines of the Himalayan killed Then Nana Sahib was in a mountains He took with him in his rage and he ordered professional Bight that which he always took with butchers from amonp the lowest of the him a ruby of vast value He wore gypsies to po at the work live of It as some wear an amulet He wore He them with hatchets and swords and i as some yy ear a life preserver knives bejran the work but three of wore it on his bosom The Hindoo them collapsed and fainted under the priest told him as long as he wore that ghastllness and it was left to two ruby his fortunes would be pood but butchers to complete the slaughter both the ruby and the prince who wore Not a treasure on the t has vanished The struggle the sharp cut the blinding blow the cleaving through scaip outside of the bosom but a treasure in Â¬ ami skull the begging for life the side the heart is the best protection ieath agony of hour after hour the Solomon who had rubies in the hilt of tangled limbs of the corpses the words and rubies in the lip of the piled up dead only God and those tankards and rubies in his crown who were inside the Summer house leelared that which Nana Sahib Wisdom is The butchers came did not find out in - time can never know out exhausted thinking they had done better than rubie-has been Much criticism made their work and the doors yvere closed Henry Havelock and Sir Colon of Sir Camp Hut when they were again opened three women and three boys were still oell because of the extirminating work they did with these Sepoys Indeed alive My escort Mr And these were soon dispatched it was awful Lee iias told me that he sayv the Se Â¬ poys fastened to the mouths of cannon and then the guns wonld fire ind for a few seconds there would be nothing but smoke and as the smoke began to lift fragments of flesh would be found flying through the air You may do your own criticism I here ex Â¬ press no opinion There can be no doubt however that that mode of fi oally treating the Sepoys broke the ek of the mutiny Â¬ 1 Â¬ and not a Christian or a European was left in Cawnpore The murderers were paid fifty cents for each lady slain The Mohammedan rssassins dragged by the hair the dead bodies out of the Summer House and threw by which I them into a wall Highest of all in Leavening Power IWlK Powder ABQLUTE dei Homers Frieofl I Makes GUILD BIRTH Easu COLVIN IA Dec 2 1886 MOTHERS Mv wife used IEND M re her third con- fnement and says siie would not it it for hundreds of dol- s INOTHING- - PURE si - -- Â¬ -- IBe funeral of Catherine Oing who was murdered in Mini place at Auburn N Y ba1 The Cathode commits service was read by the pastor but requiem mass was not said as Saturday yvas a holy day James Keefer a wealthy farmer committed suicide near Chili Ind by cutting his throat from car to ear Dearly severing head from body with a razor The cause is unknown but is supposed to have been business re- Â¬ verses The Shanghai corrcsprndent of tho London lentral Netvs savs t ous outberak is reporteu at Wahu on the Yang Tse ITiing and that an Americau yvar ship and Admiral Fre mantie of the British fleet have gone to the scene of tne distnra Three masked men attempted to kill and rob Buck Summerlin age 7 had money at his house at Buchanan Ga The old man fought wit knife and kille 1 one of his assailants He tvas shot however and yvill die The other two robbers are at large The Turkish government has ap-Â¬ proved the project for the coi of a porr now a ve roadstead with an ugly dudes a tramway fron the port to tne town by the fa oraniro groves whose perfume is wafted far out to sea The president has commuted to im Â¬ prisonment for thirty days in the Wil- Â¬ cox county jail the ntence of ec ment for one yen rand one day in tiie Co Â¬ lumbus O state penitentiary im upon John L Boynton late postmaster at Kochelle Ga Boynton was con reh S last of illegally iiaulng money orders an last year The sight rec dock Mills it rrtuil on receipt k To Sold by all NEW That ly for several u Tni tire S II Pcr- - BRAprtrxn pnauATOR co Atlanta tia d by corn Twel Ii t i new t pupiN eoMJug in to Kirksville everv week to attend is it is nothing in the ll bbi i own his h the iand f STOVES Do You ELLIOTT years Tin re is a Need Stoves PON VOL Institute that lined a reputation lor twenty y liool c Hint THE COLD WE Kiiler nt a i rtrttrinr Cut 5 I TIIFR WILL SOON BE AND A a frei Saturday E nil naan east - STOVE OB A GRATE night fate yv ILL BE A NECESSITY WE H WE BOTH br rond after bound train wh i i by a west hidden by en of Millionaire Quarryman Schultz Â¬ other in fact we have every ms and cooking line ISS thing in the heat e a and evert O been large this season WILL Draw them They know they will be profited by attending that school To keep up a reputaood tion honest work nasi be donmands a strong i Given Satisfaction OME Ai- dehere Saturday morn A AND BlY- - KENTUCKY STATE NEWi The American Hebrew union has selected Louisville as the place for hold ing its next annual convention Â¬ Â¬ ES iTIlTG STOVE A C00S2N3 STOVE A SA1TGE A CEATZ AND thorough de - of EVERYTHING NECESSARY SPCM AS TO BOWUira GUKKv is crowded with visitors who rre present to attcn big poultry show Birds from all the country have been sent to ti ha never hibit and more than 1000 entries have Ohio t Trri tor Am stel been made Posnri Is Niaiiv IOoCO pounds of dressed tur keys have been shipped from S and 70 per cent of tue mi county thi the crop is still on hand Â¬ - Teachers ACCOMPANY THEM Fire Brick Ecarths Chimney Tiic3 Ziczs Ccekin TJtcasiis Van- UK y I Sec llRl IM1ST Unci - Cei e GHT SfEEI WEfeW ASK Io I -- Â¬ day J VY Martin Chewning E Chewning county vice and V 11 Oliver Restview county vice D A Hilton n igned it it The court of appeals di was not unlayvful f not being public agents md ocommon duty to the public erate together to proteel them by lawlui acts fiom u- HossJ Missis Hurst have beensworh in as mayor f PineriHe county scat of Hell cboth claiming to have been bEach mayo to th it otlicc organized his government com pie East LutBSTosi f for a big sorghum crop next year Tint fiscal court of Tripp county has appointed commissioners to take charge of the matter of erecting a courthouse at adiz Ix Kentontown Robertson county twelve persons whose average age was seventy two yeiirs have died within I I i iMsiis appointed the aria-si- CLAUDE SMITH until mme- - CO t os - It-Mi- - D I Ind W The oner Castor is of I thou moth 1 S riWiau IS THE BEST Vtf CUAr NGSaUEAKINCi - L Douglas 5 CORDOVAN Soles MQe - We have Teachers ot ability graduates of the Kentucky and Virginia 1 HJB IATRt NK - iiilds ve been niar- - f 1 SaulJCEa 25 W0RrKJ We have experienced Teachers Ability and experience insure ir IlK- in 1th rrreiiij LADIES- What better recommendation do you want I Â¬ anniver ary of the bhth of u in the Thi of War ami the day was gene many ai of A VM4HP WLLCiGiAS KOCKTON MASS mrney uiir Iaikla by poeeoaakai rhtr- a c v the can Bcau5 aes here the val the b prices ard With such a school no one need leave Madison couty to obtain an education il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the past car Tuk most interesting suit to be heard in the fiscal court v that of the of the Eddyviie prison for rescinding their contract Bowiixo Gkkkn is in tears Tne Street Car Co has suspended tions and the large number of ers of annual passes will now nave to wa k The preliminary conference or tne judges and judges elect of the new court of appeals which yvas to have been held at Frankfort has been doned The three hold over judges y Ili Heroic Wife than your Mr llcnpeck I believe Ive g ot the The fact is they come here from be Id by ucalr most her tie wife in the world Friend What did other counties in our State JA3E FSEEHAN V57 Mr Benpeck A burglar came into S E V r - I Bl and even from other States My wife the house during- m didnt scare worth a c nt She received I saw him Just as I him politely entered the house h Jumped thr Be was a the window ami escaped People know of the merits of the injr yoncnj fellow and g Proprietor Kirksville School everywhere Friend who knows her No wonder W STUART J he yvas scared Alex Sweet In Texas We refer you to those who have Siftimrs rvery- - GarnetfHouse Saloon Pure Whiskies Wines Brandies c -- v BLACKSMITHiNG Â¬ Â¬ I EGLISH - 1 Â¬ species of the weed which he claims is very profitable and next year an unusually large acreage will be put in ot piano has As an inducement a been offered as a premium for the best crop produced Gkx Wait Hahdix and Hon C M Clay are said to have differed as to the time of holding the next state conven- Â¬ tion The former it is said would like to have the convention called in May while Mr Clays friends say he objects and prefers that the convention le held not earlier than July or August The Warren county court is having up a rather novel point A distiller petitioned for a license to retail liquor but the distillery is only a short distance from the Allen county line just across in Allen is a church At a recent session of the legislature the church people had a latv passed pro hibiting the sale of liquor within four miles of their place of w orsh ip There is a conflict as to he county rights and the court doesnt know whether to CONDENSED NEWS grant a license or not TnE question is raised in some p3rts Gathered From All Fart of th Country of the state wnether the newly el by Telegraph justices go in office the 1st of January The Soldiers Home at Sandusky 0 or wait until May as under the old contains 1021 inmates the largest law Under the old constitution they lumber in its history wonld have qualified in Mat- Tne KNOWLEDGE simoon A Kitts has been appointed present justices were elected under tiie Brings comfort and improvement and storekeeper and pauper in the Second old law and it is a question of whether the new law cn shorten their term of tends to personal enjoyment when Tennessee internal revenue district Jere Haralson ex congressman from offee it being in the nature of a v rightly used The many who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more with Alabama was found guilty of pension right which they had acquired before by more promptly forgery and his punishment left with the new law was passed less expenditure adapting the worlds best products to the court Pensions were granted the other Two big gas yvells were developed day as follows Original Anthony the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid near Mnncie Ind one by Contractor Beard alias Henry MeCohnelL L inxative principles embraced in the Woodruff with a capacity of seven viiie James Ellis alias James George million feet per day remedy Syrup of Figs iilc Levi Linch Wapersvdie Its excellence is due to its presenting senator Camden has contributed 51 Estill county Additional Michael G in the form most acceptable and pleas- 000 to the fund at Clarksburg W Vs Young Highland Lincoln county ant to the taste the refreshing and truly being raised to secure the location of Restoration and Reissue T beneficial properties of a perfect lax by Broadhead Rockcastle county In- Â¬ the Chautauqua assembly ittive effectually cleansing the system ion Hender- Â¬ Judge E R Hoar is quite sick with crease dispelling colds headaches and fevers heart trouble at his home in Concord son count Milton J Mure permanently curing constipation A bran Columbia Adair county Mass His condition is considered It has given satisfaction to millions and critical as he has been rather feeble of Stanley K Rochester unty met with the approval of the medical late Original Widow- - Etc Mary J profession because it acts on the Kid Mason county A report from the U S engineers on daj Maysviile Liver anil Bowels without weakKlotter Louisville mnors of Andrew ening them and it is perfectly free from the plan of deepening and improving the haroor of Sandusky O was sent Neal Louisville every objectionable substance that Ir is now pract Figs is for sale by all drug to the house It involves a cost of Bvrup of Frankforts street ear lines have 225000 1 bottles but it is manin 5V and iug loan unexpected change for abandoned until next summer The ured bv the California Fig Syrup Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ judpes elect bnt the other three didnt come Judge Orace Was compelled to attend his circuit court Judge Psyn ter yvas in congress and Judge Toner felt a reasonable delicacy in coming Judge Cliffy returned home the other afternoon ari it is not know n when the conference will be held A LiiilTT county farmer has been Few experimenting with tobacco paying crops have ever been r there but this farmer has found a yvere on hand as was one of tne four Chinee to Prove Demotion Wife If you err t support no as I otifht to lie supported you might at least po to the r Husband What Do you want me to rramble on horse raees to encourage your extravagance Wife Of course not You neednt bet at all Iut society is always yvillin to make allowances for a wossaa if they think her husband is going to the dogs N Y Weekly Contil Not Dc ITes hi s the a been riiel lie pe gallon I wi h rrifair seli pure year-old Jett whisUeyat 22 per ga I have e aed the services of Mr Root Terrill as bartender who wll be pieased to have his friends cad and see him W STIART JONliS pone out from our school They know it is cheap Board is only 1275 per week Tuition 13 and 4 per month according to -- srade baruett lomeSaloes 40 39 Second Street Thev know the would be poet band d tyvo of his poems to an editor asking him which would be most suitaole for publication The editor having glanced through one effusion repliedThe other one But you have not read a line of it exclaimed the astonished poet Never mind it cant be worse than the first was the cnshin- reply A SOLID TRAIIS8 MINUS CINCINNATI ami ST yviTH LOUIS LOCALITY C PALACE ST SLEEPING CARS BM tFN LOUIS ami WASHINGTON VI v V Truth DIG FOUR ROUTE We have a cultured people and a j NOT A SILVER CliRTIFICATE The elegant service offered by the Dig Four betyyeen Cincinnati and St Louis is Night tiains are excelled by no other liie f new cais through nit coaches of the latest improve pattern 3iid Wigner Sleeping Cars service lor Ihs first time Day tram have Parlor and Drawing Room Dining Cars and and Exquisite Through In ace bullet Sleeping Cars be twees St Louis and Washington D ia Indianapois Cincinnati and ChesaOiiio Ry in connection with the peake V The Ser ianious K vice extends through from S For In informaton re ngton ii g vaes etc aj iy j neares ticket agent 1 111 hospitable community no place can beat it Come and see It is a most healthful place have several churches school is non sectarian We The ess I e o Mccormick p THE H MARTIN G P t T A m The best Send for a catalogue thing to do is send your boy to Elliott Institute No whisky here CORNER Ill ehang e dese greenbacks fer silver dollar dat I will Truth - SALOON Address Is located on Ihe corner of First and Ir Thev have 14 year old An An OIU Mertb county and home made wheakiss Policeman This is the navsrar vcr Al iron the city honor as shtole thiui shoes from in iiids oi Wines BranJies and Wa negans amount lrotn a Justice Were the shoes in his poe tpoontul to five gallons at lowest prices session your bc at the bar or end it PoUosasan No sor r to our house That tine big nocd Justice Whats the evidence then lie John Mershon will wait on Policeman Whin 1 rin down the ou with pleasure iS 47 Shtop thafel he1 shtrate eryin ped at wanst an looked back I 1 v - Ww 3 mvl r 1 1 1 1 x e j WALDROPJ PRINCIPAL Kjrksvill KWtueK7- - ll Puck A L T WIL30IM Prop Mean Trick ordir - Clara Why in the world did you en Â¬ gage yourself to that Mr Ilardhc Dora lie took me at such a tiisad rantage that I had to Nonse Ob bu at know fie pro- - JOB PRINTING - will not u opera been recalled to her THE CLIMAX OFFICE THE CLIMAX rCBIISHED KVKItY EDS BSD AT BY Tho Climax Printing S F IK Co HK Fditi i M Gks Man rwueu ikk - bab DBC IS i5o WEDNESDAY ADVERTISING SPA IC f SATES H x Z sf J 5 I f 7 enjrineer is dead The news came from Pari of his demise on Friday the 7th Pe Lessens was born at Versailles France November 1nti ItOtV His oue great work that brought world wide fame was the planinand sabasaaaBt baHdinjt of the Suez ChikiI This was desiirned bjf him in 1SV and completed in si- - and will always remain as a monument to his renins as will also tt sjigantic seboine and disastrous failure on this continent known as the Panama Canal The one brought in its wakk honor and emolu ments the other disgrace and poverty and brought to ruin a man anl family that the world desired to honor A oordinctotbe evidence on this trial the grand old man was more sinned against in the Ianama deal than sinner and while juihlic opinion condemned his ac tion- - on account ot his great age failing previous brilliant and record it was also ready to con lone his faults Â¬ i illus-triou- And speaking of these faulty addresses which result in far too many addresses supplied both for the want of any hi iter and liecause of the monumental stupidity of the sender the inscripti in of an eastern havseed who wrote Tar my Boa ont West lie drives red oxen and the railroad goes by thar is probably unique No help could be olfered this agd offender by the Head Letter OaVe but it is almost surprising that no solution was forthcoming con sidering the extraordinary accomplish Â¬ ments of these sharp witted clear sighted otlh ials Not long ago a letter reached its proper destination through the Iead Let ter Office addressed merely Mr James Ciinn Power loom Shuttle maker Ma s America and a letter sent from lios- ton Boston the Huh and the city ot letter-wanderin- prepared for all A s J HOLMAN V P Taylor Sec II CcllS feaSaBuflHt THERE LESS 13 SLACK LUXUURY AND ECONOMY GP Remember that Saturday Dec ism an examination will be held in the County Superintendents office for the beneficiaries to the normal department of the State College s Teachers will please remember that there are two reports to be made before they can obtain the salary for the latt First Teachmonth of their school Report BaBrxwX report of ers Term Chairman of Hoard of Trustees This latter report serves as a trustees certificate for the last month Â¬ Â¬ tti IBPBj IN USING HKDLE TARIFF WWW e aSS Cures I fll 2p Sting - Sores J j LESS SULPHUR LESS CINDER LESS ASH JELLECO ACE3 LASTS HOT FIRE LON the Serpents A no i RflMTIRIflllK t Ql 1- 1com- HEW YORK FASHIONS KVKMNo pleteli eradicated by BLOOD POISOI s- - 8- Obstinate aoren nd 0eer yield IU aaaaam- beallne power to re am It more the poison and builds op tue ayatem TBiMN In all IU sturna BLOCK bimw on n ait iu inacaMaai best lump STOVE 5 inch nut COAL 12 1 12 CENTS cents per bushel lets per bushel SWIFTS SILVER MINK H Kf- ir i ccfBUa lis f r hrt la j but a- - TSPAPEB V CHANGE The legend of the Swift silver mine pen the fruitful ranee of nine ii and many efforts lime been to locate this mythical soarcs of wealth While at Hindmau recently we met with Hr Jasper Bteaart of Knott countx who gave us what he km w boot - in Kentucky wift and hi- 11 He is the father of A rt formerly of the Sandy Valley M raised in Heaara that In- - crand- increased circu Knott county T Stewart settled at the witli the Ir- Ih of stinking Creek on Cumlierland river four n Rarboarrille v By tli- - boat 17so I roin his fattier William all its rt and hi- - ancle Isaac St war Hr Stewart lerned that Swift who p at gpuh lived in mder Stes to and retiirn- W i ns Va On his k at our mailing he slwa a vast a r money in saildle MH kets Ser led down it ii tly stayed several Mr Stewarts In Powells Valley red iron ore and thecouuterfc son oi mint in that ted it in quantities Kictimond I lie wi- - culture bearing the simple address Hr Washburn Roberts College was property forwarded to Constantinople tions in reek Syriac Chinese Bohemian and modern Knglish lsth amuse and worry these long suirering una of the public Naturallv many of the 7000000 letters and packages turning up annually in the Head Letter Office have brought with them no clue to the owners while they have contained articles of more or less value and curiositv Some of these have Ihcii retained hv the department and now constitute the mu euin of the institution Here for instance is a New Testament in Chinese and near by a blood stained knife used by Apaches in killing a western mail carrier Then there is a copy of the Lords Prayer in fifty four Jangnaaai and chips from the lloor in the room in which les e lames was brooght t bay and killed Coins of great historic value crowd the shelves as spend for display while stuflel birds en el pi bowie knives and f course nu other curios includinj merous siKcimens of minerals are also Â¬ Â¬ costcius ounrns hairhressixo ANSWERS urmi hosiery notes and SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta CU Willi Christmas and New Year enter- Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Smithing Anthracite and Cannel Coal Coke Kindling Baled Hay Shelled Oats Corn c at Lowest Market Prices yTrvKc vj i Largest line ofClothiog Hats Cap- Shirts and Underwear to he sold with the tainments at hand evening dresses as sume considerable importance and the perplexities of a varied toilet on a some waat slender basis confront by far the larger proportion of young girls A China silk white or black satin skirt will do duty with half a dozen different waisus which can easily lie made at home the special points being to have them very full the sleeves very large and if high neck two clusters of violets or roses on the collar at each side instead of rosettes with a scant outside chiffon ruching in which the flowers should be placed Festooned jet trimming is now used across the front of chiffon waists and colored baby ribbon is a second new ornamentation festooned from one rosette to the other at the shoulders CHINA SILK FOR SALE THE PLANT or THE 39 ce and Yard Cor Main and L R BLANTON i HVERT Tariff Off Before yon buy yonr Suit - Streets only aqnars from Court house or Underwear Bee and hear our prices with the Overcoat our immense stock MOUNTAIN SENTINEL IS OFFERED FOR SALE HE s lP2 - THRIFF OFF m to be seen them hv that it claimed that they had i e W - line around theii excluding all hut the tl workers Wiihin this dead line silver in e an ujrh the u of Kentarky ami pretended that ret mine where be obtained the Richard Smith who for many yean at the mouth of ne Creek and died there in itwith unty and ik Richard Smit I - nilies am who m i e remember all t this Dr Stewart had an Cade horn in 17 n whom he talk over a i in those lay- What little there was came from Mexico n for it oplc to Richard Smith in v and have wll etfeit monev to In ilars out his labor Hough to that well in the community held that l in and his neitdil the matter Dr -- tew at and had a large woaderfalW retea- and bis repwtatii ineiiiory truth and vera tit U1V imty H is a man of - toad and is well informed He ha- - not the xhadoa - illicit was - The exhibits comprise articles of both Ereal and little vilue hand painted miniatures on ivory a crucifix of gold and carnelian a sapphire rinj set with and another of lanSS SgStC lor attention withboxesoi wed- 1alse teeth bttles of salad oil iMt and numerous dolls a hat- nd a coat suggestive strondv of Josephl little garment of many colors KM gloves and other articles of feminine apparel wrapped in newspapers and various other coven calculated to aid some uuguler rrn one a sug- ii of the methods resorted to by who professionally defraud the Government or who are spasmodically tempted to become dishonest toe of the most interesting collections in the maseaaa not displayed to view but safely secreted and recorded on the office 1mm k is the lurid of hard cash collected from iie of it is found in letters which cannot he la tamed to the sender nor forwarded to lor whom thev were intended the office in packa- lew cent- - at a time Tli- moiev M it is called was oriinallv se Â¬ cured in letters and packages but ha been shaken ont by the violent handling ed while U in transferred from the mail hag crane at way stations to rapidly moving trains Tnos it is a com mon experieii e for the mail laddies boat in oar speeding postal thrust their hands into tiie canvas i find there a number oi roll vrs No other division of the Postal De- Â¬ partment serves the people lktier than the 1 eal Letter Office No other branch ie interesting in its management and methods of procedure No other department is more frequently inspected by those who visit Washington And r all this but little is known of the Iead Letter Office by the public at large Â¬ may now lie had tor cts per yard making a lovely evening dress and either skirt or waist mav 1m worn with other materials Crape cloth in white and all pale hues is another inexpensive fabric very showy for the price and made up with a perfectly plain skirt and waist trimmed with chiffon or colored satin ribbon and lace is quite as effective as some very expensive costumes All evening costumes are lined to the knee at the front with haircloth and to the waist at the back the organ pipe being laid and these foundations in me dium sizes can be bought at all the large stores then putting the dress material over them is a comparatively simple matter and in these days of plain skirts elegant finish is given by the S H M Bedfern bias corded velvet binding BLII r US AMI STOCKINOS should match evening dresses but where one does not care to incur the ex pense bronze slippers are the best substitute and black patent leather slippers w ith rihlmn bows are suitable to anv black skirt A pretty black beaded kid slipiier with two straps slanting towards the instep is called the Yale slipper With elbow sleeeves the mousquetaire is the iavorite evening glove having from sixteen to twenty buttons and wrinkling between the wrist and elbow light colored four button kid gloves aia well adapted for general evening wear with long sleeves Black stitching on pearl and white is in great favor aod also on delicate tints which sometimes show stitching in another shade of the same color Â¬ CHEAP FOR COME Santa Ciaus In all his glorv has arrived and Bftarie our store bis q natters Everybody cordially invited to visit oni whether purchasing or not inordei to be convinced oi the magnitude of oar immense and most beautiful line oft vs French candies California fruits aud famv groe iaily of the insignificant una HAS We hare the largest line We have the latest style- We have the lowest prices for fine custom clothing underwear hats etc m m Largest line ol Boys and childrens Clothing We make Suits to Order at from IB CASitV It is first clnss in its appoint ments and will be sold at a H I A I ll en UUI1U5 rmi Up and guarantee a Cn sTs son 4 n BARGAIN My reason for selling is that my lime is wholly taken u p on the Climax perfect fit m ii S F Rock -- jnJ i HoSlilflii i aasBsnBasaSBBasaSBYwsafsasHeasaaBran frri buy Call and see our stock before vou Pisploy H ijj STOUFFERS THE OLDEST Savejtour ORDKRS I OR IP Pal K W SMITH Who represents The Carter Dry Goods Company ol Louisville Kentucky BED ROCK PRICES Notice a few below Best stick eai mtoper pound rwo iarge sticks of canlv at 5 aents Best chocolati cents per ponod French nixed cr pound Ilandiiiidi cream camlin per pound New oucoanats sch New mixed nntslo cents per pound New cream nuts 10 cents per ponmt Florida oranaes 15 cents per dost n Best eating apples 30 peck The Grand Opening of onr Holidav Display on next will tako place -- i Clothing IN House IIAIKDRESSIM 7 30 GIIT EDQE GOODS m pH rSJiij TrJtS - nt in Iier-- be had gotten i lie the true theory mine Swift became from the effect of the metal and in hi- - work He had back iron Pennsylvania tae from whkh r EDUCATIONAL Department Piblk Inmi ti on FiMNKioin K v KlNil i KV I KH I Nov II 4 I llt ie i I which nek and at In iian fields in Clark county silver ha--- it It -- ecu that 111 n Bl In li- - ti CaSBptaa his crime nvr arp i of the eoimterfeiting done in nuiiv parts of the uittei Kentucky mountains The deep ravines - i uninhahited coun Â¬ try furnished secaiity to the Workers if the frozen ui t reek in this in Mag Hi n county we are lune iients told that the old excavatiom- - can still I where the baser metals became Den- us by them the of the Government Hustler the bride fcer WASHINGTON LETTER i 1 man can BBS THAT IHVK BUaCABJUBD - VAI1A- - lost Ta urg work house n m TDK not ana acanra in tmm iv Eli hurried iasarad OLD i HEAD lrTTKK OTTICX FASHIONED HA Bag men and women datx ed at an entertainment given at rii in Meridian Miss recently rarely seen and folks can go through is FECIT TBEES AND SHRUBS the Climax was recently invit d by Mr James Molloy to look over the ornamental catalogues of fruit trees sbrullr ry and flowers for sale by aines Co Ihiyton Ohio isplay is unequalled by their rs and while we have not the pleasure of a personal acquaintance w ith the gentlemen compiling the firm we from their home reputation that are all right and will carry out acts to the letter Mr Mollov -- ntleuian representing them can unci at the Willis House and he von al on hjn an look at bis displays even if you do not to purchase r of -- IMII IOCK tirst took hold ithern he was greatly annoy aims for horses and cattle kill rainoftlie road on way through Kentucky It seemed as though it were not possible for a train th through Kentucky ding either a horse or a cow And every animal killed however acraw by or anaeanMt it mav have beer t always figured in tiie claims sunsequently pre sented as one of the best- blood ir Â¬ day I dont know anythiuc that an like crossing it aand Pe Leatepe the noted civil inin clerk g the other daj in say study lost to the world in delightful rec- bna of iiiv recent rambles in the covered mountains of Faillpl iLl shrill whistle of the ostinan ni heard and a moment later my attention was all Baud on a curiously marked letter whi h had been dropped into un hand It was a letter written and lis patched by a friend in America while I was exploring the forest of Thuringia and after CMaswag the ocean it had followed me from ity tociiv and country intry oulv to return bsbjb across the stormv waters bearing on its envel ope the i ostmarkso many principalities esile that of old Munich famous for iU- art and its liecr crowded a curious triangular postmark which at once hat of the Dead Letter Orli e I said Ah Now 1 know how that letter wa returned to me and through what final channel it arrived at tination And yet this associates tne with an institution beside which I have lived ail my life and have never ed The next time I was in town 1 ran into the I lead letter tiice and these are a few of tue novel attractions 1 saw there ne hundred clerks or more were busily -- d at various desks handling and disposing of thousands of letters which lor one reason or another had been turned over to this department were occupied in attempting to read the odd handwriting shown on the ill fated letters These thev would take up look at steadilv turn over skew around hold up on end and in most cases all of these evolutions resulted in successful deciphering Then when a record had Is en made of tiie truant letters they would dispatoied with all haste to the whither they ought to co Other clerks finding no clue on the outside of the letter as to whom it was intended i from whom it came aaieUy ojene I the missive and M eaacwiy sought out the inner address Thousands of such letters as tliese must be opal ear f love and theaorrowiul talus iie which now and then p e of the exam- Â¬ I Â¬ Krwara The Saloon on the and Fs The readers of this paper will be pleased till Avenue fronting corner of Main street for rent 1 the K C Depot is PRICES NO HIGHER Possession given January 1805 This is well to learn that there is at least one dreaded known as a saloon and l enc of the best stands in disease that science has been able to cure Richmond Cait King Amelie Rives ADAM S GOTT in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls 27 30 Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure Gertrihe Atiierton Stand by Home Ieoplo and now known to the medical fraternity CaI hey Mrs Stickney Miss Tkaix will stand by you tarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Mrs Alex ander Halls On the 28th of November bay horse The Madison County Teachers Asso Â¬ Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting with harness marks strayed a light my premisesmule And other well known writers from on Price ciation will meet at Antioch church in directly upon the blood and mucous sur Station Camp Please deliver said animil to per year Single cop v 2 cents Send Josiah P Simmons Sheriff of Madison county M tne 2 cent stamps for specimen Million precinct Saturday Dec laces of the system thereby destroying uui ur iunw burn c auH4uic iciarn Ni4 copy GKNTRY JAMES at 10 oclock a m The following is a the foundation of the disease and giving 27 Wagersville Kentut ky 1 LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE copy of the program which has been ar- the patient strength by building up jhe FJ ranged for the meeting Oiiening exer onstitution and assisting nature in doing Philadelphia Pa cis Address of welcome Dr Elmer its work The proprietors have so much Northcutt response D Clark Does faith in its curatfve powers that they offer our School System need any more Legis- one hundred dollars for any case that it TD LQAS lation J B Harris I W Wafers mmA fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Miss Mamie Baldwin for discussion Addres F J Cheney Co Toledo O Relation of the Public School Teacher oJPSod bv drugi ts r to the Community Solon Taylor In next 30 davs apply to I Keid C La r gal Duties of Directors nehson Awarded Richmond C F Brock Kentucky Office wnii S Highest Honors Worlds Fair Parish Climax Buildinu ibjeets to be obtained in teaching readI have a Fine New Residence situated on ing W BL Griffith and Miss Maggie MURES NOTHING Biff Broadway and some very Powers What our Schools need li F Scudder followed by discussion 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE LOTS What Discipline is best suited to Pri4 known for 15 years as the M mary pupils on different streets in the best neighborMiss Jennie Ford and J BEST REMEDY for PILES W hoods in town Stone Moral Training Also houses and lots on C J D aoil BY Atl DBlOOIsTH PrewrttrgSEaMSOM KS CO ST MUI8 Clark and Miss Mary fsaiphull public corners Also lou suitable lor Livery LitA Farm with good imnrovemrnt erature in tiie Common Schools -s- hould Stables Mule Sheds Steele Pens or Manu200 or 250 acres in this or an adjoining factories required should prizes or further description call on counv Farm to be from two lie offered K Lee Davis Should Ian mnesofthe county seat on a good 0 pike I H POWELL at Climax Office Cal at this office or address R Lock Box giage lessons supplaiit the teaching of 51 Kichmond Ky Primary Grammar in the Public 2o 27 For rheumatism I have found nothing maeral discussion Paper Dr equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm It The property known as the Bourne res- A H Stewart Iave your measure for relieves the pain as soon as applied J uence on me corner All IsachrTS trustees and frien VV Young West of Main and Third at Stoufters tariff oft sale Liberty W Va The education are invited Dinner will le MOST PERFECT MADE prompt relief it affords is alone worth streets PSWell Tor lev aramtrtun f A pure Grape the cost 50 cents Its continued use will For particulars apptv Worthy Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder rorn AmmoniaCream of Tartar Powder Free effect Alum or any other adulterant a permanent cure For sale by VV Awarded Geld Madal Mldwtotcr Fair San E E N N fundi 40 YEARS THE STANDARD F Power and T S Hgan Fire is a fool servant but a bad IIUO 1 Â¬ the schools which were liegun early in the year are about closing I think it important to call your attention to the fact that teachers last year made mistakes in ai v county bv returning the grade b k totheonVee of County Superintendent instead of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees Please to note that Section IM requires that this book elivered at the close of the term to the Chairman who shall le responsible for it and deliver it to the teacher at the opening of the next school 1nlessthis ietlv complied with the plan of having the teacher who comes newly to tiie district proper v informed as to the status of the school of which he is to take charge inevitahlv proves a failure as teachers are apt to rest under the im- Â¬ pression that the books are in the hands of the County Superintendent as was the old register and is not to ne furnish ed them If you will immediately no- Â¬ tify all your teachers of this requirement in older that none may he left to plead excuse it will tend materially to insuring that system for which the law provides To make the County Superintendent re sponsible for these is to burden his oases with a great deal of matter not intended to be tiled there and it cannot be ex that contrai v to the requirements of the law he will bunt up and deliver to teachers in every district next vear the grade book used this year The law requires that the teachers rejiort monthly as you know to the Board of Trustees At the end of the term the Chairman must make up from these reports and the district record book his annual report to the County Superintendent and from the aggregate of annual reports from districts the County Superintendent is to make up his annual report to this asses Yours truly Ed Poena Thomisox Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ varied enough to suit all tastes and a mass of soft twists or puffs at the back of the head is now much more in vogue than the Psvhe knot which has not entirely diesppeaiwd High coiffures are almost universal for evening and large plain shell W ha or several fancy pins seem indispensable Waved hair is so becoming that switches are kept plaited and the advent of side combs seem to retain the unbecoming front part noma and answers Ella K You could not purchase a m irejuseful orgeneraly acceptable Christ mas present than a liottle or box of Mur ray e Lanmana Florida water refreshing and delightful at all seasons of the year Jennie M If vou think that your crimson silk waist is too bright cover it with black Brussels net put on very full and scallop the edges at the neck and wrists w ith black silk Nellie Salters The antique fan is now-- the most fashionable size made usually of crape with figures or land eapea painted on it and bluet spangles on black gauze is also very stvlish Emma Chase The most stylish evening hat are very broad at the front and a Rhrine 6tone crown with narrow bam passing to the back trimmed w ith velvet loops is the latest style is Â¬ Â¬ Wanted in every county to act iu the Secret Service under instruction from Capt irannan ex Chief Detective of Cincinnati Experience not necesry Established u years Iarticuars free Address Graaaaa Detective Bureau Co Arcade Cincinnati O The methods 44 and operations of this Bureau inve tiga ted and found lawful by United Mates - ic Government 2- Detectives H ffl R0BT THOMSON Wednesday Decernber 13 1894 RICHMOND No 7 First BEST FLOUR IN RICHMOND St eet Just the kind to bake your Christmas Cake New currants - 45 CMtfS cents 0 sock of-- m mm BUTCHER SHOP r wa r5ssW Breeder and Dealer in LOP EARED HIMALAYAN ANGORA BELGIAN HARE AM COMMON Office RABBITS 236 Eront Street Meanness Tenn Send for Circular 27 4S mz 7 rents poaad Pare leal lard 10 cents per pound Good suxar corn 8 cents a can Beat 3 pound can pit- peaches II cants New raisens in wntsperp Apple batter cents per pound standard tomatoes 1 pound can s cents lVt pooad can reliow table peaches 15 ir I 1IIC1I I OLD STAND rs1 m ng w e will keep ob hand aad foe sil HOTEL JJILAND BROOKS Proprietor Short street one square from K U JDspot New Building Electric Elevator S R We will make special prices to parties baring in large ipian tities It will he to your interest t iv us before bovine elsewhere Most Bespectfolty ALL KINDS OF LEXINGTON KENTUCKY New Furniture sfTti fjtutg F Weckesser Eleciric Eight and Gas Heated throughout by hot water ill I FRESH MEATS SIX H AS The Cash Grocer and Confectioner ajjjj Verona Clarke Christmas gifts birth day gifts wedding presents of every description at Palmers 26 28 See Stouffers tariff off prices on clothing hats and underwear 21 33 First selections the best Palmer 26 28 Â¬ HERE IT IS Are you a slave to the you are No tohac will cured thousands Try Sterling Remedy Co Mineral Springs Ind tobacco habit If cure you It has it Address The Box 200 Indiana 27- - The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard 111 vim mu Mn h lowest prices Also headquarters fnr 11 Â¬ Â¬ ICE RICHMOND ICE v - ICE 1 ICE 1 STEAMS TLIPPINCOtTS n AA We have large line of gloves and Mc Intoshes at Stouffers tariff off sale 21 33 Money to Loan LRUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME m n kuy N n r t t IT r III quantity desired t r II at factory til iu are tnanktui tor m t c n i irrt ni ir nu itr i tne same inMiaiifiliive us a rail an sen iur yoarscii H e will Imv a tew nice veal cal 37I i J wk T Mothers will save money by seeing our prices on childrens clothing Stonffer Clothing never so cheap as now at Stouffers oldest clothing house in Richmond 21 1 INDUSTRIES In amounts of 300 or more on class farming lands well located at 6 per cent hrt interest for a term of 5 years Add HKNRY WATSON Mt Sterling Kennuly 37 y 1895 The social feature of TWDUNCAN BAR G X i - CO LIPlINCOTTS Who have the best companies Answer Powell Turley 3 2 lo FOR RENT Work done promptly and as well as any other Laundry in ihe Country A Complete Novel in A I addition to the short stories novelettes essays po n etc all comhinel make i one of the ilcsirable magazines now pnblUhed W -- rxA il c a u uuicuion nciu o so man v readers to a continued a lory During the iiuveis mav De expected from 6 In e nh issue Nmi WINTER 1 25c IOC K ATTRACTIONS IN- REWARD 1 NOTIONS bottle cologne 1 HEW FILL Tablets Â¬ SOLICITED 1 City Property Â¬ SALE DSIRA0L 1 FOR 10DDO and sC Thimbles ic each Iins ic paper Needles ic paper Tape ic Mair pin ic box Hair curlers 4c Ink 4c Mucilage 4c 3 2 UD 0022 Are What We Are Now Offering During Ike past four w t ks hae been opening BUCKEYEriIllli OINTMENT Safety pins 2c cd Window shaces2oo 1 collar buttons jc lacks ic paper DH i 1 PjtKi -7 Childrens school handkerchiefs 3c Harps c Hearth brooms 10c Crayons Sc box leaapo ma 4c set Soap 3 Iace curtains 4jc Pole- complete c Ribbon ic arj and c Every day plet NEW GOODS N Xevvr before was onr stock so COni- ivcr before were we able to offer real an array ot un heartl of Â¬ i WAiNTED BARGAINS Our stock of Dress Goods TlTlBWisi Dome Boots Shoes Hats Caps Not larger and more complete THAN EVER BEFO Tablespoon Balls ec Â¬ CREAM Hammers jc Iadlock with two keys 5c Fine bras lock Oil cloth 15c yd Caps 0 an Ladies hats 5 and 40J Mirrors 4 10 and -- Â¬ She3 blankets Comforts Oanton Flannels and Flannels at Prices never heard of before BAKING FOR RENT POWDER 23c ELDER He will save you mon KEY II Dont buy until you go to Witt every purchase of SI ask for that it may he worth K5 to T0B 1 aaatw ioweU5cTarie7 3 j ev - - Sullivan prosecuted the case the prisoner was kbfj defended bjf S D ParrLsh an Green Clay WEDNESDAY The grand juiy having returned an in dictum jgahM Win Taylor colored iiiit-r Mlver for the murder ufDnrW Hoty the case Justice llauk forms at the Climax RMkaad on the docket in deference H Palmer t pular reuet and on Tuesday the jewelry following jury was impanelled and the case is now in progress Win Foster S Kr fab rk of all kinds call at the H t Thorpe Sr Beu EBennett Climax office Ira Million las K laikes J II Weil ling imitations and in lines s l cn F rrown Saml work a nvialty Phelps Jr Price Williams Jas B Captain J M Thomas Amm having IK rry ilHihlicau club a lltirnMe Kratii n the morning ot the d iiikt little II ate cards show toll Samuel Crawley the son of k bv the Ci im w Mr S Craw lev on lacks Creek fell of all backwards into a scalding trough where ami malleable iron Majestic iicr and some helpers were just raid p piiikly ta ken out bui Iuiied in ti irible rutfroa ami New Years are drawer and all old accounts should be manner and died the following morning up Aunt Saab ia Bar Sphere Made Brery oue it i - The Southern Magazine filed a dead The 1mx siipMi gotten up by Mrs nuient on Moiiday afternoon to - Wornell for Ijir church was a rk grand success The oinmittee na boxes ristmas time is waring and we Kendall Houts and furnish the most ek Petticord Seventy fire boxea were am iir friei off by Mr Speaks of Ku dies Bidding was lively Imxes liriiiL- se with the Climax which ple than Bayoiber pa iii - cents to a prettily arnaaged ng at S3 Gentlemen doing in the county the buying then escorting lady donating T il and malleable hie where thev enjoved exhibition at Shack- - the contents Mrs Tom Woruall and Vou are expeetoJ to Mi aura Chandler had the oodae in see it charge Mis lvile Drmatoa had a frail stand arranged BKMt artistic anil dif ha again as- Mt su riing GaaeMe Be i of all stock on hand Misses Mattie han- V iid Addie Taylor temptingly dis- Hail stepping down and out of law taraed all into Ex The lemonade did wonders a id Kemember wiien vou are making up Kiel Fannie Camera r great that she was ertit c raacb the unable to supply the demand Tin ill county irroaad ho aboweaaasd great meiri- nic it and surprise Mrs T J Phi r tin- Covington bavins it in her care Iisi s Fred I was the cake walk Mr Tom Kiley and will be Mrs Tom Woruall proudly carried off of your time and money ke whidl was the envy of all as Pout take it nation from Aunt Soph Wor kfaaic on the violin was contrihu- nniaed Mr James Wornall The airair will publish the Eastern was mosi harmonious Cvnthiana 1 ines rat n aeekly paj r sun will le editor and Killed In Insou tiatu Frank Meyers a convict from the was licit j Frankfort penitentiary from circuit court in Lexington in the run a first dam last Friday where be had just testified ToIk has snored in favor i J M Fitzgerald who wa oa fur having barglars toohi ia ln ail aroun im ion in company with Meyers and ited to visit our -- me time in September Meyers and Wc t were sent up lor six veais a ater while Fitzgerald had a bong ial was in pi jury i I his testimony he was over to Depnty Jailer W B Wil- to lie returned to jail At the M ie jail he made a motion to nder foi strike the jailer who oaickly tnrw maker Usd bun lie then ly from castod 1 H P Pain on a run doarn Short street an oli ii- Wilkerson called on him to halt and pistol and tired not dk art in the jrround beliiad the fieetag man Irvine The second time he fired at him a ran vrlay dom shot and the third taking deliberate p in Irom t truck Meyers in the head just in above the right ear the shot penetrating When dete-te-- l the brain rerer The grand jury then in s He v and iiiii Meyers fully exonerated Wilxerson Banna oi Cleveland this ptrirkea with perah and taken to Hot Si lhcl liv His own Hand ifleted While tl The people of Iticliinond were st and ha been broii ht lav morning i hear of the death litioii in an almost he ide of James K Harris a aoa of iipatliy of all who know the well know u brick iianulacturer and Â¬ 1 I 1 v 1 Â¬ THE CLIMAX A DASTAltniY BKBOL Swift Legal Hangings in the Olden Time I Cold The Auaxsia Oae sf Hjh Tenants David Doty a prominent fanner and one of the newly elected Magistrates residing in the Elliston Pie in t Madison county six miles from Richmond was foully murdered by one of his farm hands Mardtred ia lUd Â¬ Pmr Â¬ t i Wi -- Â¬ i I -- Aboat tbe boar of two oclock ia the ription to inorniiig he cane La where ois brothel and renew ei A it tent to hint a keil whether or not lu re himself ami fam Mo led saying that h- ily stlrli kill a rabbit in the yard and industrious ten minotea alter he went out he countv tint heartily omniend with the gun hi brother heard the noise home liim to tl diacuarge and after waiting a Sea went out to see what iiiiiiu - The Satellite Hall at I onisville will the delay and found his iian any of its brother dead the charge had entered me an event in k of ihe ear and came ial world of the State and i look- oat oa tbe opposite side near tbe top oi rnanaec class rf of the sju proTiie his head The muzzle ii the greatest of interest truded through the ghastly wound in sKaking of the a fence had He taken oaTeate shoe and pulled the trigger -tnord Ky will he r with his foot rjr Pre ittthe handsome niece A ntc was found in his pocket sayiag ner of this city Miss live my love T cannot live any longer ille often and The young man to rtttieand I N P ar in loca had the reputation of beiag one of the is respon- A Lonisville Til is in the State and was t industrious and hardfor the following from this city try wife of a prominent working with no had habits His death merchant of tlii- - ci iock to the communitv and the rertrom rheumatism for five months family have the sympathv of all in this iin at tiues rendering her aacaav their time of trouble Iuring one of tbeee delirious Prul lltidse After tlie Kake Writer ayrlh recently her family was startled WBi Bgaaa Kv Dec Ibe unconscious lv tl rer who has no musical talent whatIn raapoaae to vour invitation to tar ever from lieginning to end of the well nish the saaeatial facts regarding the re- Â¬ If vru love me darling known ballad cent prejudicial rejiorts from Berea I - with vour aj sang faultlessly Her lms- - take pleasure in complying- rv 1 The wiiked and dastardly accounts tiid four children are gifted in mii sent to s veral BBpeBI to the effect that a play and sing in our local coti visited Berea with iil the mother has no talent what- - band of white caps the intention oi destroving one of the that line This is no fabrication her hand comes from I college bnildingn are entirely unfounded ihe No institution in America is safer than of the family iter this one Boaght a Para z In some papers appears an account Ir Povntx rwently aaaohaaal the purporting to be a correction of the le of alxive which data us almost as great in- Â¬ farm S milBrae gton on the Lexingnn pik justice This states that the basis of the r acre It is said to be a stories alloat while not a grievous infracirm and well improve tion ot civil law was a reckless act in defiance of college regulation and inAirideatal Siiaalin on whose volving discipline of the participants A aafpa 1kv Harvey Ihel In fact no perof the faculty ot Mr Thomas the part BJ on the farm son is under censure Much less has nault shot himlf in the abdomen one been brought before the faculty for while handling a pistol It connection with it a ease of attempted suicide What then 1 Simplv this that the ii let struck a rib and did no seri- participants for a mock trial in the Phi - damage Delta Literary society were understood and approved by the faculty We knew Vatral Trast faaiaaay vg B V B-- K R that something resembling a real offense Central Trust Compa would le done though not in the form ae of the The participants kba Ii N V B R R was argued which it would assume were very anxious not to violate any Bad States Circuit Court of Ap and have ncinnati last week The cae w Uh of the college authorities themselves conscientioiisthrough up from Judge Barrs Court shown out The so called victims were neiliieand is one of much ia nor offended Had raoaa in this locality and involves ther terror stricken it not been for a malicious and menda ayment of several huudred thou cious newspaer correspondent the chief aars sensation in Berea would have beeu a tirrait Ceart passing smile or a hearty laughe has been accomplished in our Tne uncorrected report would have aa far as the time ha principally done us a great injury But through the a up with the triai of S E Pat kindness and sense of justice manifested I it ho was under indictment bv the press in seeking for and publishE tw ertificatee of stock of the ing the correction we tnav well hope that era Laaabar CV valued at 2000 lU ome will at least be harmless L V Dot ie This occupied false pretense all of last week and n Saar the inimitable Bob Taylor to-in an acquital In the case of Jesse Visions and in his lecture indicted for the murder of There is but one ex Governor Todd a jury was obtaim Bob Taylor and you cant afford to miss I thee took the ease under ad bearing him rieeaieat Mondav The jury returned a i esterday morning of guilty and Our new line now on sale Palmer xed his penalty at lifetime imprison A rney Mat Coauaonwea Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Crotcner and County Attorney J A Worn raw ragaaa -- 1 Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ IÂ¬ Â¬ boat fc oclock Friday night For some weeks past some person or persons bad lollowed the practice ot entering Mr Dotys stable taking out and riding his horses or mules Mr Doty had been watching for the miscreant for ttm nights and a colored man in his em plov knowing el some entertainment amoaa his race in the neighborhood slg that it would be well to watch the barn that evening Accordingly the man Kavanaugh and he visited the bcxa about 7 oclock and tound everything all right Mr Doty re turned to the house and spent some time in reading and about his usual hour for retiring concluded that he would again his barn and went out alone This was the last time he was seen alive as the murderer was on hands and evidently in the act of taking one of the c left his saddle laying upon tlie ground Mr Doty was abot four the last shot being through the bead and from ao doaea proximity thai his face wis powder burned His negro Kavanaugh hearing the sound of pistol weal to tl band the holy called the aunt of the murdered man and thev together bore the body to the The proper officers were notified and suspicion resting on some ne groes residing on the farm thev Will Abe and Tom Taylor were arrested aad in jail On the person of one a 38 caliber revolver was found which showed evidence of recent use The of officers consisted of Sheriff Simmons and ex Sheriffs Deatherage and Bales with several deputies They also placed under arrest the negro Kava naugh The suspected parties lieing separated in the jail and diplomacy being brought to bear began to divulge the truth and on Sunday Will cool fully to the crime exonerating the others lie had gone to the larn tor the parpoaaof getting a mule to ride to the country gathering mentioned and en countered Mr Doty who was unarmed and Dotv demanded of him the mule which he was leading out whereupon he immediately opened lite upon his victim The first abot tok effect in tbe abdomen tbe next through the heart the thirl after Mr Doty had started to walk oil through the head from the hack and the fourth was delivered while the murderer held the already dead man by the coat collar and was through the tbe powder burning his temple Much credit is due Jailer John Wa gers for wresting the truth from the lips ot the wretch Speedy justice will he meted oat by the court which is now in Taylor had been warned by Kavanaugh that he might run onto Mr Doty and get shot but remarked that be Dotyi would have to shoot quick I ahead of him Fii ii Tiiton Much talk ot lynching has been in dulged in and the most intense PERSONAL meat prevails groups of men wire to be a the street all through Satardaj Sunday and Sunday night but at If im Grace Hacker ia visiting In LexÂ¬ this hour Monday morning better oun- - ington ni to prevail and the law will Ik Dr R B Combs of Madison was here given a chance Clay City Chronicle on Tuesday Poyntz Bean of Mt Sterling was the m iiklls guest of his uncle Dr J M Poviitz Sun day A K McCowo The wedding of Mr Mrs J H IeaW nee Miss Cora Pigg and Miss Annie Chenanlt was dulv cek brated aa baa heretofore been announced of London visited relatives here la t would be the case The happy event week tixk place at the home of the brides Jim Adams of Winchester one of the parents the old Tribble mansion near best printers in the State came over the city at half past seven OB last Wed Monday sight seeing evening The beautiful cere Mr and Mrs J T Halt left last week was performed by Pev Carter for a visit to relatives and friends in Helm Jones of Louisville The house Clark and Montgomery counties was decorated in the most delightful man C B iMiller of Louisville a lormer ner with ferns and crysantheiiiutii agent for the lighted it was tilled with the well known cii zen and brilliantly t is here on a visit Expreas numerous friends who came to v Mrs A D Flora will spend the winter the happy scene Trusts band from Lexington was stationed just outside the at Orlando Fla She is now in Winches ter lor a few days preparatory to making parlor and regaled the ears of the of music a bile await the jonrnev in company with relatives with the sweetest A J E Hays the popular day clerk at ing the entrance of the bridal party contemporary dearribes tbe entrance in the Central Hotel at Winchester was here Monday Mr Hays makes friends the following beautiful language The audience waited for the entrance wherever he goes and has many here who are always glad to see him of the bridal party which came at last and moved down an aisle of satin ribbons Miss Marguerite Parrish of Richmond stretched by the little sisters of the bride was a guest of Miss Mary Fiaser Wednes Carlisle and Klanor The attendants in day evening passing on to Cincinnati pairs walked in and stationed them Thursday to visit friends at Mt Auburn Miss Lily Cvnthiana Times n either side as followsCheiiault Maid of Honor in a handsome W F Schooler foreman of the Rich brocaded silk aud diamonds Anna Ward mond Cum x is in the citv looking as of laris Mary Pattie of Soineiset Mahandsome as ever and savs Hem v Heil tilda Tribble and Zedia Einbry of Rich cant leave his best girl long enough to mond all wtaring snowy chrysanthe Mat S Cohen the come home mum crepe chiffon and satin ribbons noted saddle horse dealer of Richmond Messrs T P Cheiiault Jr Waller Ben- is in the city and expects to take some nett of Richmond and Messrs Jardiue ad Hers home with him if they can Mr and Robertson of Mkldleaboroacb be found Mt Sterling Evening News Loyal was best man who ushered the Mrs Carter Helm Jones and daughter groom to his place under the chandelier Misses Mclherson Walker Ciilbert and At last through the open door stepped Hood of LoniaviUe Mrs Watt of Faya vision of girlish loveliness the bride ette county Miss Tribble of Danville baaing apon the aim of her tatWr and Bridgeforth together they trod the dower laden path Â¬ Miss Bell of Atlanta Misses Mt Sterling Misses receded by and Cheiiault of way to the waiting groom Somerset Miss Jones Pattie and beeatiful little Kathenne Jones the Miss Weberof Knox flower girl Here Mr Chenault surren- of KansasCity aad ville were among the many ladies pre- Â¬ dered the hand of his daughter to him sent at the McCown Chenault welding who was soon to take the place of prolast week and Messrs Witherspoon of tector and husband to the child over Ixjuisville Wood and Williams of Paris whom he bad watched all these years Bar Ashby Jones of the Universiu of with the ceaseless devotion of a parents Virginia Judge Saulsberrv and Messrs heart Cabell Robinson and Loyall of Middles splendid supper followed the cereA boro were some of the visiting gentle- Â¬ mony and everyone preseut was waited The presents men upon with an abundance in number were both beautiful inanv DIED Mr and Mrs McCown and serviceable left on the midnight train for a bridal Ballon A ngie the little daughter of tour to Florida and Cuba Their home Mr aud Mrs Ballon of Lancaster died Middlesborough Ky will be in at the home of her parents of diphtheria on 7th bant We glean the follow ing from the Cyn Goodloe Gregory Emma the thiana Democrat of last Saturday At four oclock and thirty minutes the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Gregory wedding ceremony of Mi A S Ashbrook died at the home of her parents near and Miss Mary Ietitia Gray was cele- Kichuioni on Tuesday The remains brated iu the Christian church at Cyn wei hu ied iu the cemetery at this thiaua the Rev Dr Mathews of Des place BiRBRiiKiE Gen Stephen G Bur Moines Iowa officiating The church bridge the most cordially hated man iu was beautifully decorated by Honaker of lexiugtou aud was thronged with the Kentucky during the war died in Brooklyn N Y at midnight Dec 2 He comfriends of the happy parties Again at 7 oclock another wedding manded this military district for some txk place in the same house which wib time during the rebellion and ruled with that of Mr Baily Dawson Berry and Miss unparalleled tyranny In a pretended Elizabeth Clay Withers before one of the effort to wipe out guerrillas he sent many brilliant assemblies the building innocent men to their doom Burbridge ever held Honaker again transformed was born in Scott county in 1S3I and the church into a scene of southern educated at Georgetown Cqjlege and splendor The services of Dr Mathews the Kentucky Military Institute He were again in requisition and soon the studied law under Senator Garrett Davis words were spoken that bound two lov- at Pari6 In lNdo he left Kentucky beÂ¬ ing hearts indissolubly together Immedi- cause of his fear of assassination Gyn tbiana Times ately after the ceremony a brilliant n n was tendered tne briual punt olok Harry F Goodloe aged 20 at the home of Mr and Mrs Withers years son of John D Goodloe of Whites Among the the guests we note the inline Station departed this life at the resi Â¬ of Miss Margerite Parrish of this ciu dence of Mr J Speed Smith on Tuesday night Tbe day previous he fainted while working a problem at the blackboard in his tass room and w as carried By law we are compelled to collect all home He never nuhed but con- taxes now Come and settle without do- until the end came II lay and save coat pall over VMOVS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In the early part of this century even after circuit courts had been established n the property of Thos C Bill- Â¬ iard killed Jim the property of Joseph Kennelv on a Christinas night Nelson was tried in a court held for Madison in the early part of February count by Joseph Burnett David C Irvine and William Ooodio the jury returned a verdict of guiltv on the same day of the trial and Nelson was promptly banged on February Slat Humphrey Joins wM the Sheriff But about the close of the last century at a court called and held at Madison coart hoase Milford by John Miller and Robert Bodes gentlemen one Wel cher was tried by a jury on a charge oi and found gniltv The order thereupon entered if record by the judges is in these words It is fore ordered that the Sheriff of this county hang the said Weicher by the neck until he iadead d thr hour of 3 oclock i tin afternoon The of coarse are mine but the order of court was that of two of Madison countys best known and most valued and successful men The only other information the court leaves of record is that Weicher was the property of a man named Saiterwhre if what the felony consisted is not known The two cases cited above demonstrate what has been done in Madison county Is there any reason why the same certainty and celerity should not be employ ed in this day Much is said about the laws delay but let us iiiijuire if there is not more lack of nerve on the part of juries than defect or super abundance of law Not long ago a man was tried for assassinating his brother stealthily in the night time hwas not hanged but sent to the pen- Â¬ Was that the laws fault or itentiary No it was the the law vers either1 jiins fault or at least a part of the jury When case is in the hands of a jurv and it is discretionary with that juiy whether or not the accused he hanged or imprisoned and the verdict is returned for imprisonment the matter li clusively with tho jury The jurv finds the accused guilty Whose shortcoming is it that the fellow is not promptly axe The jurys and no other cute n last Saturday and Sunday nights everybody expected mob violence and nobody seemed to care if it came to pass But it did not The patties most con cerned said circuit eoart is in acasion let it take the case well be satisfied with That is the correct view Mob justice law is always to be deplored but there be times when patience ceases to be Ion ger entertained and the law is taken into Now the court the hands of individuals has an opportunity to make a fair and impartial investigation of the case of the fellow who is charged with about the worst crime that man can commit against man If he he innocent that ends it if he lie guilty employ the order of John Miller and Robert Bodes iot and the community and almost the entire community attended the body to its last restingplace The bereaved father has the heartfelt sympathv of the citizens oi Richmond and of Madison county in this his great bereavement Only a short year ago he was called upou to give up a younger son who died here of typhoid fever The accompanying resolutions express not only the sentiments of the stndeuts at the Iniversity but also of the friends of the family kksoii tions oi- aaararr Whereas A Merciful Father in bis allwise providence has seen fit once again to permit the Angel of Death to enter the bounds of our Iniversity and deprive us of a true friend and fellow student Harrv Falkner Goodloe Be it Resolved That notwithstanding our deep grief and the loss which we mourn in this sudden bereavement and un uiiielv death we recognize and humbly submit to the disptIation of an omnis Â¬ cient father Resolved That we who knew and loved him give testimony of his grea worth his noble and virtuous life and herein record a feeling of great sor- Â¬ row and pay a tribute of profound re Â¬ spect to our departed friend Risolved That we tender to his le reaved relatives our heartfelt sympathy ami com mead them to the one who doetfa all things well Â¬ visiting here last week Mrs Dyehonse is very low at this wri nid her recovery is thought doubtful Â¬ Saxtous Southern minstrel troup per formed at Stanford Thursday night We learn that they did not make enough at that place to pay expenses This proves that the piople of Stanford prefer going to hear a good sermon ratbei than attend the minstrel show We would that all other towns would treat them the same We understand that Mr Saxton way claims the reason for their bad luck was that they had striu k a sanctified town If this iB what sanctitication does we would be glad to see every town in the country receive the same blessing Â¬ Ivory Sgap3 It Floats S BE5T FOK SHIRTS TOCTEH 1 ATTENTION U FARMERS 3 - pav the Hiobest market Priee For ii ntLn yy zjt c n i w n - T4 i - Mrv Miiu n r o ki uun iwj GUST0A GRINDING EVERY DAY For every bushel of good white ear corn we will give 25 pounds of good flour GIVE US A A riiiii KnjnN TRIAL The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow-- its use so that it is tbt best liiniiy rCSffdr known and every family should have a bottle prilind The R N announce rates ot 3010 to Galveston Texas and return on account of the Southern Educational Association Tickets on sale Dec J2d 23d and 4th limited to eleven days from date 27 28 of sale I Â¬ W J W ZARIiHG GRAIN S MILL CO igrrWJrTrf4 RTTlliri-r- - 1 - 31 - ILd iPHliill k lAWDLT re CINTL Holiday ErestiDs E H IE CELEUTE The close of the eat 8 Profitable Manner to our Customers mm laxes Pav your taxes now and save cost It must come now J P Simmons S If C 1 is no death the stars go down To rise upon some Tairer shore Ani bright in heavens jewelled crown There P PALMER Jewt They shine lorevermore The well known Watchn Â¬ B announce holiday The R N lb solved That a cepy of these reso- Â¬ rates of one aid one third fare for round lutions lie sent to his afflicted family be on sale Dec 22d to 25th published in the City papers aud the trip Tickets and Dec 29th to Jan 1st limited to Jan College Magazine 3d- 7 aS J H CitAN piEn neglect your insurance Dont Powell J R Rioos Turlev L W Dooiw 3 2 J M Pe wisoy out f cr tires as veil as storms Look y Ca ri es Powell ft Turley 3 2 Commmittee for the Students go to sleep oyer your insurance Dont Poweli 2 3 Turley cr looms boldly to the fr ml and line of goods to bis pal - tail to call on hi n anl look at the elegant assortment and hmr his lov Dt COHHESPONUKNCB VUIEY Handsome Candelabra- - B Ro r Roval Stuart Dres- don Crown Oxford Or - in Tea Rall Silvi N Checks Glove But Hat Marks Coat Marks Bcok Marks Paper Cotters Sterling Silver P Spoons Birr Fruit i Meal - CASH PRICES erg Powell TRW Gilbert Masters of Ricos Station is visiting his aunt Mrs J W Masters at 3- 8c Tuxlcy pay all fire losses Powell Crean - Always ready to help out late Fire insurance uils Tnrleyt a Â¬ Perkins S L Bakers hat came by express from Xew York yesterday niade-to-ord- Shirts drawers sox gloves hats caps c with tariffoff at Stoullers ta- It number Price a hat or cap at StoufTers with -- im3 riff off and be surprised Gold and Silver Bracelets V every kind Ie elrv in of design Rings set with a the pre- Link Cuff Button with Diamonds Elegant line of im ported carving rt -- purchasers ly giving them 16 28 V Miss Annie Brinks school at Forest Hill closed last week An evergreen full of presents far the little learners was an oecsaioanf delight to them Miss Brock received about Jo presents from the pa trons as testimonials of the esteem and appreciation which they cherish for her C F Brack gave the patrons good advice in rearing and educating children in an extempore address which was thankfully Â¬ Dont Powell wait until you are burned out Turley yz The best companies adjust promptly Powell Si Turley 3 2 in WHAT m m - - -- THAT BARGAINS ARE L X LOOKED FOR Underwear and sox never were as low price as now at StoufterX 33 Are you in it Powell in it is insurance Turlev If not get 3 2 iim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rercived William Jenkins of near Newby and tike Taylor of near Baldwiu were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William Taylor last Wednesday The attendants were Miss Mollie Howe cousin of the bride and Mr Lather Sanders of Jessa- Â¬ mine county Tne groom who is a wor- Â¬ thy young man and respected by all is to be congratulated in winning one who well loved The wishes of their in my blends go oaf to them as they set sail on an unknown SSSL A young clerk who is a little absent minded at times got himself into a di lemma recently He had been wrapping up randies for a fair one when a kid of 14 summers entered with a rabbit and a coal oil can He politely asked What will vou have The boy replied Give me the worth of the rabbit in coal oil lie took the can and rabbit hung the can on a nail and began pumping coal oil all over the rabbit when the by standers laughed It was then the hallucination of love lit eyes left him and he is now congiatulating himself that it was no vorse These are facts Rev Walter Carpenter preached here Sunday aud Sunday night to large con- Â¬ gregations Preaching again on the 4th Sunday by one of the same denomination We thought that the church erected at this place was a union church or in plainer words that any christian minister might proclaim from its pulpit the good news of salvation to oue and all Bat alas a Campbellite fine does not siiisomeof our Presbyterian brethren A member of the Christian Church dona ted the grounds on which the church was erected besides contributing in funds to help build the house as did many others of the same denomination with the understanding that any preacher who holds forth the true gospel could preach in it But by denying them the privilege of building a flue they have indirectly denied them the use of the church A movement is to be started at once to raise funds to erect a Campbellite church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The oldest cloihing house in Richmond where to buy clothing Stoufter 21 y We have the best companies M j II We must Ml on g - 1jwci 3 2 Turley On account of the stringency in monev markets we can no longer do a credit business and have decided to do busi ss a ID rtJsi This IS HOW HE WILL DO IT - we will give yon off from On nil lrthe regular price olT fri On all Cloihing we will give you regular price Any one who has children will rejoice with L B Mulford of Plainfieid N J His little boy five years of age was skk For two days and nights hi with croup tried various remedies recommended bv I friends and neighbors lie says though I woild loe him I had Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised and thought I would try it as a last hope and am happv to say that after two doses I ave it to him he slept until morning I keep next day and a cure was effected this remedy in the house now and a as any of my children show sins of croup I give it to them and that is tbe last of It 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by W F Powers and T S Ilagan r 0NLYF0RCASH hae money regular Onai na Underwear we will Irom the regular pri - The nnv way to do this is come to CASH Pas as money and a on a les margin than we do We want to live and let ie all Blankets regular price n vejou J off from oil 1 the all II ii- - ami ive you the regular price We have complete line oJ everything and there J of them t re yon ind time will not permit to eniinit ra thai the credit sstem S Granulated gai 20 pounds for Brown Suuars 24 r a d llar lice takes ef fect immediately -- HE area great many 1 r a nutTMAiu i -- r BY An An An An 14 0FFWE MEAN i cKru njijxnJTrinjTj-iruTxij-xnj-Lru-- n rux LnrG We Are TAXES Remaining unpaid on the first day of January will be colleced by sale of property and cost added T Â¬ THE PEOPLE ho have knocked into a -bat all tho -- Old Fogy ideas in the boot and shoe rMtaness The 100 per cent Profit and Bantering System is a thing of the past and we point with pride to our A An arti An rt A cocked- An An An An An An An artk art article we sold for arti article we ld for - 7 - P SIMMONS S M C 1NOTIC Notic2 is hereby given that I will no longer be responsible for anv cebts or accounts that mav be contracted or created by tv wife Kate Einbry or so i Lewis Embrv 26- IAS ALLEN EMBRV 1 g We cordially We want to n - but a rlonati that alwa Rapidly Isinsir Trade MADISON COUNTY WE DESERVE IT For the style of our business in- Â¬ We advertise spires confidence uniy as we are prepared to sell Vou save money Look Look here Those are only a part of HJSTRENG prag I TOBACCO FAIR In order to further advance the interests of the growers of Burley Tobacco in Mi ison and Garrard counties and promote better cultivation more careful assorting and producing a finer quality of the weed we have arranged a Â¬ T our bargains Dongola Iiut- Pebble Goat Â¬ T T T BEREA SERIES OF PREMIUMS WHITE fl I GIBSON 1 -- Â¬ filnf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E A Beagles has returned from In- Â¬ diana Rev Pasco gave an interesting prohi tiou lecture here Thursday night A number of lads aud lasses enjoyed a birth day party given by Miss Marga- Â¬ ret Robe a few evenings since J Coyle did not go to Paris as was eapectad S E Welch thought he had killed the goose that laid the golden egg when he had his warehouse finished but imag- Â¬ ine his great surprise when just as it was completed A J Hanson and E T Fish unloaded a car of wagons The First District School closed with an exhibition Tuesday night which was a perfect success The house was crowded aud people stood on top of the desks all over the house which indicated great interest as well as bad manners Mrs Daisy Carlock has returned from Indiana where she has been in the in- Â¬ terest of Berea College A young man that will ride ten miles to see a girl and fuss at her half the time because he thinks she has looked at a neighbor boy in his absence must be crazy weak minded or beside himself Young men beware of the little brown cottage on North Main street That is when the old lady answered a young mans rap at the door with a get away from here and dont you come back anymore while the other fellow skipped around the corner of the house You know the voting ladies had company home from the lecture Sat lrday night a negro robbed a coun- Â¬ try store near here of considerable pro- Â¬ visions He will doubtless do time for the deed Â¬ Ladies Genuine To be awarded December 22d 1805 to the best sample of the several classificaton Pat Tip Â¬ The Reliable and Trustworthy Firm Who are located in the Diilinijham buildiniron the second and Main streets RICHMOND sire to cal your attention to the fact that they KY are STILL DOING BUSINESS AM LOIS OF IT 1 tions as follows Colory cutting leaf tirst premium 2nd jrd Bright leaf 1st premium 2nd 3rd Best red fillers first premium 2nd 3rd Best lug first premium 2nd 3rd 15 7 i 2 1 00 00 50 vi 250 750 Ladies Genuine Lace M rents Ladies Glove Solid 1 Ladies S 0DR NEW STOCK OF rain Button all I 4 gjaa 7 jo All samples entered in the above premiums must weigh not less han five pounds and to become the property of this company whether a premium is awarded or not Competent judges will be selected and competitors can be assured of fair and impartial awards 25 27 250 91500 750 250 competition for Pat Tip Dongola Button Ladies 150 Sj Pat Tip Spg Heel High Top all NEW GOODS now on nnr shftlvfis WF BOUGHT TO SELL regardless of what our competitors may do OUR STOCK IN Tct r 1 150 Mens Boots solid I i 160 Boots 1 J B WALKER BRO LACE DEPARTMENT to Real Estate Boys solid High Top all FORV BYV G W Just received a line of knit Blip pen in all colors see Window Display Remember we have the largest stock of Boots and Shoes of any house in Richmond We are headtpiarters fine Shoes in all the latest for Lit the season only inducements we offer are The 1 Ii complete and adapted first class VANS SON Â¬ BARGAINSl Call on us before purchasing else- - For rent or exchange an elegant residence of 8 rooms in a good locality for boarders Also the best coal and lumber yard in town with new store house and office Fairbanks scales in the office Everything complete re dy for business Will exchange for a good faim or rent for a term of years cheip attics ot Richmond A FARM in 2 per acre Good improved land at 12 A FARM directly on a good turnpike Good tobac road 5l5 miles from town co land and tobacco barn Price I50 per where I Mens fine Shoes in all varii shaiKS and prices DO NOT FAIL To Visit Our I MII1MHY 1 In addition to this we handle a Â¬ ttr ROWLAND full line of Underwear Handker- Â¬ chiefs Collars and Coifs Mens in 1 douglas turpin co Architects 204 E IA- ri DEPARTMENT riTx POSiTIONS GUARANTEED ss Our FREE H wa can sOord it 5 Â¬ Mrs Arnold of Crab Orchard was acre A Taxes Â¬ miles of FARM of S3 acres in t Richmond Good land and improve- Â¬ We want every housekeeper in the ments 50 per acre payments countj to call at our store and witness ALSO 14 good houses desirably located the ccoking exhibit on the Celebrated Economist Steel Range Dont buy your in the City of Richmond that must be sold aud will sell at a bargain cooking apparatus until ycu have seen this range in operation Come and eat ALSC anch with us This pro Claude Smith Co Hosiery Suspenders Mats and a full line of UmbreJI Notice d BuildersBen is WALLACER1CE AU fire losses for cauussas rVisianWp art Tio- Swrthard vc spend nm ssonsy latas mi its as the B sincss aatDsyssnassa ceu by our sssSSM Vrie Mfc ytk bf ttH past ad wks Wi specilly uoy to pail y Powell J Turley WASHINGTONS atonal KlnUr or PRIDE nl It markablv Uirh IIKtorj -- When she wa Eoci and her la NH ubiUt th sHiit under it nrn home while in - her i her ne irns Vet Of Conn h on thful Apollo be nelling-l lount Twrnia ifrom tl Indians name rjK aiiiDiT Snowy Mountain is 144 i4 fI abruptly nds of which MM and s ns is a symraet- I le a ma and from irairif it shows it timf in which climber can make the m either S r Ta- - He 1 0 A IKW op MIX SI it Uai- - rn anv i iiei limb the moun- sur- - iak and a new novel by Thos be begun in the December lies iwsnhrr lSgj and continued to Novembei her family Whoever may be ones lavonte iSy and friends i Brooklyn but her heartWhy Be Wept amoni Eaflish novelists it will be concefelt herself drawn more Jones What makes you iook so blue ded bv all critics that Thos Hardy stands ami mire lo the old elm in the park Smith My OTily brother is going1 to foremost as a master artist in fiction and that the marry Miss White the Simpletons may be expected to arouse enthusiasm not inferior in degree to thai haunted spirit of 1 dont wonder you feel bad about which the most suc v led her the t your brother marrying that heartless cessful has marked Trilby Another leading story of the irar mere for tlirt feature will be the Personal Recollections permi ii the tree O it isnt that I want to marry her of Joan of Arc by the Sieur Louis de nd in a myself This j s Alex Sweet in Texas Coute short time the i Northern Africa is attracting more atn tion tention than at any other time since it was he- A loor Illustration known as t The next volume of the seat of empires mother a lief of th Dont know how many three times Harpers Magazine will contain four illusfrequent in preat ten is Now Iiarry said the teacher trated articles on this region and three of here if one loaf of bread eosts ten oents them depict the present life there irit had wouldnt three cost thirty cents Julian Ralph will prepare for the Maga a May be so at your bakery but we zine a ferie of eight stories depictii g found a rastiug pla deal with a baker tiiat fives three fora typical phases of Chinese Life and Man silent boor under t besides the long stories there w l ners xujhl m mneh of quarter Tammany Times begin in the January number the first cha N u the jd tt- is goat and do one ters of A Three Part Novelette by Ric with the mark is able to ard Harding Davis the longest work THE MARKETS iution of tin- mystery of its attempted b this writer Complete sh n is disapneara stories by noni Ny - iers will continue Cikcitxatt Dec h held it sprlns 5e a leature of the Magazine rmrR sirnK nee tree bad bee Epri is funulv BtMajs4S Sent for illustrated prospectus o Uicj iSi The volumes of the Magazine begin Therecelpti iind the TTl V t and with the numbers for June and December i at yesterdays ried stiess plate dni of each year When no time is mention track at 4Hc ed subscriptions will begin with the num3 white track at 4S c mixed ear at tlMje No ber current at the time of receipt of order return it to tie pi I track at 44 c rk a mnj The market is Ciolli Coses lor binding 50 cents each bv mail postpaid Title page and index slew Pries are saoes sniet sent on application NQ7 UP ON DAND DISCIPLINE v Good shippers 14 10 Remittances should be made by pot office money order or draft to avoid thrtfiuiv r ticisro if Konaas Fa- MaaJrsI as i ai er Fair ta esse light chance of loss Newspapers are not to copv this ad Â¬ 4 to to vertisement without the express order of 5c higher than k of Brothers Harper M fair e lrk Biona Â¬ Be stayed sot ocl laic He never was seen on o lie never complained of his Income Though elegant clothing he wore -Don t wonder this gem of perlc Was a dummy at BosculhuJs store Boston Transcript ii the ntlit time spree Harpers Magazine iasr 1S95 fsrlJSfr5sfrirffril fril rrJfMlfrS 111 HOEVER srfliJrSirS YOU ARE R N I B R R HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE Hardill The Simpleton 2 FOR 1 1 Br Le rtJ - Sift-ing-- i pis 3 1 era m We are going to take stock in a few weeks and f want to turn into nionev before that time Our loss is your onr in min Ilont bnv until von see our prices which wil give von J worth of goods for one 500 Mens suits worth f 10 for 3r0 tUW for SJ 11X Boys suits worth 250 knee suits worth 2 for 140 Lr0 Mens overcoats worth S10 for Mens shoes worth flofl for 75 cents Ladies shoes worth L for SO cents Childrens shoes worth 75 cents for 2o cents 500 ladies cloaks at To cents Mens caps at 10 cents each ar - rtJ i oome to Us and We Can Satisfy You If von want float tender juicy steaks call n us We keep tlit very best meat of all kinds None hut tin- besl batchers employed ami ike a soecialtv of delivering meat nroniptlv and at the exact time it is wanted Ladio especially invited to call and tec our new ghop and the way we do hii iness - Time Table No 22 In Effect Nov 18 1894 east 1 Â¬ Nichr Valley Vi Million Richmond Union Moberly Brassnclit eriiev A M F M A M 6 7 T 8 8 3 8 55 10 55 11 jg a r jjj m jo r jo M 1140 rail llfrll SiTrlli EfrjJ - t -- -- fiui 1 - mm EfSJ jtii cents a yard Calico Cotton hats 5 cents a hat Cotton 3 cents a yard Gingham Scents a yard Silk Hinikerchiets 10 cents Handkerchiefs 5 cents Hose cents Soeks 5 cents Wide ribbon 5 cents Indies vests lo cents Pius l papers i cents Remember everything must le sold out Dont buy elsewhere until you get our prices we will be loner than others A -- Mens boot at 125 each vdl HE Z3ZvdIZX iTOT do CO ruvp WEST BOtM A M Irrine v q ruiruxnjnuxaririixuxnjxnunjTJxnJiTJ new YORK ST0RE fgi - fflp sra iri rtJB c q 1NEW HARDWARES I have opened Ver I 2 Second Street New Hani ware Stun- at Nn ami shall handle tin best line in town 1 1 Hrion a lijjrSJ m nJWfSm pJlfrlJsrgJWreJW rtJrt Jiarajka nti thi rajurrHJnara UgJsjs raiira rtiJWfrTJJ S TbL rrSI 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mm ill ill i riTrrL rSlrVi m I also have in connection a Tinshpp with W Buckley the best tinner in the State in charge Guttering and roofing done 5 on short notice c I T N I f i r f i rs i irurnjTJTrmUT ruutruxriJTXuu nvo n rsMrf T tegitcii uutjtjtjijtj-utj-- u truTj rJinLrLTLrLri c arth- I W In- - disci it it WflEi ieb- - it i I her i if f the r n the lx- - Elegant and exclusive designs for out door and indoor toilette r drawn from afloat Worth models by Sandoz and Chapus white rao are an important feature These appear every week accompanied bv minute des- Â¬ criptions and details Our Paris leter bv Katheriae de Forest is a weeklv trans R cript cl the latest stvles and caprices in - SStc the mode Under the head of New York c No 1 yellow Fashion plain directions and full particulars given as to shapes fabrics trim mingc and accissories of the costumes of 570 iary weli dressed women Childiens Cloth im receives practical attention A fort riTT BfROH Tec 8 nihtlv pattern sheet supplement enables ronga fat v 7 r reiler- - locut and make their own gown The woman who takes Harners Bazar is prepaied toi every in life cere- Â¬ lixr1 iiid monious or informal occasion beautiful dress where 0 C MADISON ADJOINING COUNTIES From now on to January lSK I will sell goods at half price you can now bay for 50 Articles that heretofore cost you provided you come to Uic right place which is to A FELD heap Siore on First Stieet Proprietor of he Cincinnati pal mm ilili uuuuul 5i 5 barrows plmvs axes eo ars harms hues chains or farming implements of any kind eall on S S njirLTL LTt nnsLrursrunnsnif d H yon need hardware eutlerv 5 NOV IS lM a Cni t rarpenti lj Oui TJTJxnJxrijxnxiJxrLr smith M lxurnjoruuixuxTLruixLTLrD uxTLTLrvru I 5 5 The Uu rial 1 ra mi a 5 art m ran Chilled Plow PARLEY BROSJ THE OLDEST S cKrLf uttutjtjtj Tjixltixux iruTjxrLTLf ruirLrurn nswuirLn nsTLrunnnrn ruvp la Decidedly I ENTUr LAND UartfTrsr sn g g Pichaco4 GraierTr PJ i i 5 cj The Best v - i frfir Vork- - Si trtu 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for each volume suitable No An i - SfS - LV m TIL The following the middle is a sample ot the way I have cut prices into in pri tv kind ran le Isouglit luuet prii c ri uuuuiiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumnuimuuuirtnArULTnuirmnjmusruuuirjt i q K choice line oi qneena jj 5 - Ar for 75 cents Fall suits worth 7 go for 50 Hoys suits worth 150 go for 75 cents Ioys long pants worth 150 go for 75 cents Mens shoes worth J2 go for 1 Mens shces worth 150 go for 7 cents go for 1 50 Mens boots worth Past worth 150 go be 1 p XEITOCIT CERTNl II m Hi lite Wt 109 INMANAP tIS lad lBC 8 run the inm and hcaTj sxi te ii tiie BaiklASBBBBBksSBBBfeKaafy lemnioa for binding will be sent by mail postpaid on recep of each Title page and indes sent on application Remittance should be made bv post- ottice monev order or draft to avoid chance of ios Newspapers ae not to copy this advertisement without the express order of Harper Broth 1 Â¬ mm jp miiily i a i attii 01 time at e is j Fanny low Who is My i In Poor i Health j yU lillcXillil- 3V1 1UU3 HARPERS PERIODICALS Harpers Mag zne one year Harpeis HarjK Harpers WeekU Bazar rs Young People 4 00 4 00 4 00 2 m mm 00 Postage free to alt subscribers in the L nted States Canada and Mexico Address HARPER ft BROTHERS P O Box 95 N Y City mm Ladies shoes worth 2 go for Ladies sloes worth 12 go for 6 cents Boys bonis worth 150 go for 75 cents Childrens shoes worth 50 cents go for 25 cents Mens under wear worth 75 cents gi for 37n cents Mens under wear worth 50 cents gp for 25 cents Mens over shirts worth 50 cents go for 2 cents go for BO cenis Mens over shirts worth Mens fine shiris reguar 150 g for 7 cents Hoys ovei shirts worth f I go for 50 cents Boyover shirts worth 51 cents go for 25 cents Men and lo s hats worth 2 and 5 go for 25 and 50 cents Ladies hats worth j go for 12 Men and ioys caps worth 0 cents go for 20 cents A better lot worth 7 cents go for 3 ct Tabeoil cloth regular price 30 cents go for cents All sorts of handkerchiefs worth Crass lo to Ic cents go for Linen colars worth lj and 25 cents go at 7 cents Linen cuFs regular price 25 cents go for 12 2 cents 1 1 lj M a rt rnj 23 90 w - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Qiickest Route from Centra Kentuckv to All Points North South WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN SOLID VESTICULED TRAINS Ja and South west Through train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on LJkNK Sihrtlale R ii ESVet No Jan 1 hi llHily 7 1S94 S m SO Til J o silTH HllMi ealL ttn u Ia QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE ith til Dully a Kx 5 Accom Dally Sun 8ii Pin 325 pm 941 a m 1210 n d i means so mucn more tnan clllU Harpers Weekly TZ Harpeis I have a stock of goo Is to numerous to mentin your hetter plan is to come and see for ycur elves and more than sati tied that I mean just what I ay -- 1 u will he S3 1 m breed ol riiiii TIIE BLUE GRASS HERD OF Lv Paris Arr WiuhMlr LVf Wine rt Rich iiMilid i am LvrK Lve Lve i 125 p m fcat p m 651 pm ic55 a m 710 p m BM p 1143 P m - latal diseases result fromi f trilling ailments neglected Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health 1895 Arr Livii rvIoo Krra m n m Browns that fel- - Ifyruarefeeiint 1 out oi sorts weak is man ami sa- Mauili a lea- - Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia Fanny eniru Why 1 didnt know you were I Maude - Neither am Truth WORD HEKKIT his BTia a rl it a l pleasant to take 11 s and generally ex Â¬ hausted iietous hae no appetite and cant work begin at onceiak ing the most relia Â¬ ble strengthening medicine which is Brown s Iron Bit Â¬ ters A lew bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the ery first dose it tvent ttarm ycur M tf iuria- itb he Unt nueh eeessjrv ami he is a man lion to a ie Iono-- It Cures Kidney and Liver Taii s me and dont He Is a well educated at Ians- bpbs Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints n iiuani ICQ w I rimes Ikesnastier All others arc sub I stitutes On rccemt of two 2c stami sws 11 Troubles 4 011 f rir r BROVN CHEMICAL CO v ill send set of Ten Beautiful ikwj and Dock tree Worlds 4 MD kt and VVlrV BALTIMORE in li but ras born nt- - YELLOW Mrs Patrick 1 thosyht ez said ye would put the money awav for a rainy day Mr latnck So Oi did and th next uay 11 rameu t Louis Kopubiic WOILD MEET AGAIN 1 THE NELLIE TREE PINE FLOORING AND Romantic Story Connertod with One of BBBBS ol rnsBMV Park med yes of et Kirk as well as the 1 to risit- f- - Brooklyns rinjr what has vhich tree in a h avenue ixire Wsjh r5- ii rk Trihum - 8BU- CEILING Poplar Weather boarding Cypress Shingles Cnt Poplar Shingles Framing Lumber Eccrs and there in a ro- mantir story connected with it The the landmarks in I riv whioh passes it runs throuph what is krmwn SA ltattle pass Dnriakf the simmer most beautiful rk and thousands hare ntion haa teen at r n It liore The name r Windows All First Class Goods The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines mm rrUi at tiie old ratio of 16 of silver to of gold is the only solution of and j remedy for the disturbed and unsatisÂ¬ Qjfrri IraL factory of trade manufacmm BntiiBnandar rli 7cU S- irfcLTM mmm ture andcondition business of the coun- general mmmftuiisjm SJJvn try The surreptidous act of 1873 divorcing silver and gold in our mone L0DOB SXBEOTOBY tary system was crime of untold magnitude It was ihc rankest kind MASONIC popular writers Send for illustrated prospectus of class legislation in favor of the Richmond Lodge No 25 meets second The volumes of the Weekh begin with and fourth Tuesdavs in each month S wealthy against the irocuceis of the first number for January of each vear P Dcatherage Master J Speed Smith W hen no time is mentioned wealth and hostile to the prosperity suksciirtions Secretary will begin with the number current at ie Richmond Rnval Arch Chapter No tfi of the United States It was an act time of receipt of order D meets third Tuesday in each month of treason because done at the instance Cloth case for each volume suitable P Armer H P J Speed Smith Secy Handle the lest STOVES in the for binding wil be sent bv mail postpaid of a Europeau syndicate and fof bribe Richmond Commanderv No 19 Reg- Â¬ They have various sizes st les and world makes on receipt of i each Title page and inular meeting the first Tuesday in each at low figures money giving aid and comfort to dex sent on application month Visiting Sir Krights are cordiallRemittances should be made bv post y- invited to attend S P Deaiherage our countrys enemies To shield oftice monev order or draft to avoid E J Speed Smith Recorder the guilty parties the well authenti Â¬ chance of loss Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville Newspapers are not to copy this adver meets Saturday evening before the full cated facts often published have been tisem nt without the express order ot HarW Moore W moon in everv month vigorously denied per Brothers M R V Whitlock Secretary The Enquirer will continue to exKingston Lodge No tc at Kingston HARPERS PERIODICALS meets Saturday evening before the lull SHACKELFORD pose this unpardonable crime until GENTRY keep in Harpers Magazine on year T C Witt W slock all sizes anrl stvls of HR ATIS right and justice are done 4 00 moon in everv month the people Harpers Weekly M A R Todd Secretary You cant afford to use a broken grate let 4 00 Harpers Bazar Waco Lodge at Waco meets fourth ting your coal through into the ashes s get by the full restoration of silver to its 4 00 Harpers Young P ople 2 00 oxiuiuir in every rnonir jonn r w nue a new one old companionship with gold We W Ii J H Turpin Secretary Postaee free to all subscriber in the need the assistance of the people in D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at John l nited States Canada and Mexico Union City meets second Saturday in disseminating the truth to which end every month John D Hamilton W M Address HARPER BROTHERS we invite all in your selection of pa YOUR ROOF LEAKS lohn L Griggs Secretary P O Box 90 N V City Daniel Boone Lodge Na 454 at Boones- pcrs for the coming season to include oorougn meets tnird situruay in everv the Enquirer that costs only 100 a You must have it mended or a new roof month Wm Bennett W M S Old8IIACKELFOKD GENTRY can do ham Secretary year Issued twice a week -Berea Lodge No 617 A M John right and fix your gutters too Liberal commissions and cash reJohnson W M wards given to club raisers Sample o Weekly is a pctorial history It presents every important of the time event promptly accurately and exhaust ivelv in illustration and descriptive text of the highest order The manner in which during 1894 it iias treated the Chicago railroad strikes and the China Japanese war and the amount of light it was able to throw on Corea the instant attention was directed O thalittle known countrv are exam ples ol is almost boundless resources lulian Ralph the distinguished writer and correspondent has been sent to the seat ol war and there joined by C D Wel donthe well known American artist now for many ears resident in Japan During lixj every vital question will be discussed with vigor and without preju- Â¬ dice in the editorial columns and also in special articles bv the highest authorities in each department Portraits of the men and women who are making history and powerful and auntie political cartoons wil continue to he characteristic features This Busy World with its keen and kind y comment on the lesser doings of the wi remain a regular department da Fiction There will be two powerful serials both handsomely illustrated sever al novelettes and many short stories bv You will also hnd bargains in musical instruments guitars violins banjoes secordiaa and tiings jewelry -- such as c iVc ftiitlj PONT MISS THE PLACET mm la - ap r r immin m BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM T1IK BEST HERDS in several Stitt s splendid lot ot pte lor sale ti SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited swin -- e Lve Hari Yvillr Lve PIimi CnmM Lv riiiuM A it Ki j Arr torb4n 352 a m lis this farros red tock Addi ot iie Arr MM acxj a 45 p rJB iTSJ A FELD Cincinnati Cheap Store FIRST STREET R H mm 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IYInt-i-- t Sucrttnyr of the GROCERI8S at reduced prices at Ml Maiers FRLCSH mtnatii by every SupennHD Â¬ OYSTERS in bulk or A tti- served at Mrs Maiers KNIGHTS OF HONOR Analysis made by the Mechanical gineering Department of the State lege of Kentucky CARSE -- Amity Lodge No 115 K of H meets everv Friday evening in the Odd Fellows hall at 7 oclock H C Rice Dictator E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS T - SHACKELFOED GENTRY en page eight column Democratic Neu spiper It t best of every thing going Henry Watterson is the editor 100 a Yea- pre- Ite pa- - s 55 7 111 Dr Worlds Fair Highest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder Main Near K CD irLion 93 39 51 Ash E s WW GrX KT Uhw f l Jri u 3- v r meets ev Tsfta 14Va 2 2 ery Wednesday evening it Oud w - sw uu ia a aiiVB Whaa h- t oclock Lee Miiupin C C F ocea in the world aiaco its crsatica W Miller K of R and S Powell k TTirloy means tine clothing at ti prices at Stouffers 21 33 oft Tariff The Weekly Courier Jojrnal makes very and for 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