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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j - -- x f BURNING THE DEAD Dr 1 RICHMOND an I1I Â¬ Â¬ A Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest 5 i 6 NUMBER 28 W R US Govt Report VOLUME VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN P2YSIC1ANS Crutcher MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19 1894 After you have seen the ghats the bird and if he ts tninaing 01 a cow no two great thin sin Renares that yon will go into a cow mut see are the Golden and Monkey Question I thought you said that temples About the vast Golden temple it leath the soul goes to Heaven or there is not as much gold as would iiel make an Knglish sovereign Answer He goes there by a gradual Tiie ai itself is asphyxiated Hare We see me pro ess It may take him 3 ears and making gods out of mud and then pu years ting their hands together in worshif Question Can anyone become a Hin of that which themselves have made doo Could I become a Hindoo cctottiieectoey CIRCl IT COCRT S H Thorp BA Talmages Third of His Series of Around the World Sermons Hmve Cram cl Idolatry tlM ir vn anliool l iilcxi iid in In Ill liliij- iouf yiarvc ls in 1 hat tuuiitr 1K Richmond Officii SMITH PBT8ICIANAXD8URGEOX Jrj i E Scott S E Scott ith Monday in an Bad Mondai in April anc Fund Unman Kkntkky 1 Ahmnaloiipil BriWiaa rrfilii RdVfekl Batons W aLT EXPECTANT MOTHERS ThivtoiirvcHni rful remedv Mothius which makes child birt n nf ail w have msrbc Willi reduce i the price to ONK DOLLAR per ember and Ie- - Ai Residence on Ffih Street ootnrrr fc T com DR T Kli HI TAYLOR M J W Tu SalHvan P Simmons K Wag B el ChrnaaK Practitioner in Surgery KkM KV Miler Residence J I Street over Veagers Jewelry m reel r Boggfc T Eir hhc ASHBAUGH - It - I Schools Mr Richmond BOM4EPATHUT Kkniicky spec--tre- Rev Pr Talmajre Sunday dcHvered the third of his series of sermon throiiirh the press the subject lieinsr the BurHfatw of the Doad and the text They have hami but tliey handle not feel have they but they walk not neither speuK they tjirou ii the throat They that make are like unto theiu Psalm ex round-the-worl- d J on the first Mon th magistrate- - courts February Mav Au - ber N -- TABLES 0 P Armer t tiiird B Million itur R Greea third ourth Monday - Chenault J A Turpin first Sat R ond Saturday W A W W M K rW i Robini Benton second es third Satur B Thorp W 1 E S Moore Mitchell first W B Cole third ng fourth W third Sat Saturday Cole I Coy i C Adams second third Saturday Simm ct lohn A Ham S i third v tenter third Friday Teator John S Stapp third third Saturday Court Third Sat P F Adams each month nzzr izst3BY in H ce Sul 1 1 Feenev in run first Tuesday TT Jam- Ma ler S B and nm CI 1 rer K CH0HC2 DiaECTOSY HOniST nond tor Rc A M E Chun - - Pas- - Redd s and fifth Sundays at Sabbath Prayer meetings at 730 p iav - at 11 am tor Rev ce M E A Redd Church South B Churc Pas- Â¬ S B F Cosbv Sunday morning and night Praver incet- alternate Wednesday night Sunday school every bunday afternoon at 3 - E Church IV South M Pa- - erarv tor J rig and Servicei fourth Sunday morning and rtinsj every alternate lay school ng- - Pas- Â¬ E first Sunday titri I PRFSBYTFR1 N Richmor rn - Pastor T nam c and 730 p a Player meeting - lav night Second Presbj terian Pas I I am McKee Service m very Sunday at Pastor Rev A world and fourth awiord S Praver morning and night iturclay and Wednesday nights iool every Sun Sttadaj -- Chapel 10 a m Nleeting House second and fifth nans Chapel fourth Sun Rev nrd sundav S BAPTIST r Rev lav Win Crow M I ne- - Saturda destinarian KM day- - jath ht i I Pastor Rev Saturday an Pa- I nitcci - n 11 M a Campbell i am each month at 7 third Saturdav p m J n Min- ohn- - 1a tor Rev L P - ir Rn J I iS la Pastor A B Anderson Saturdav and Sundav Castor Kev T H Campbell k n1a Kel licW urdav rd Sundav and pi ceding Sat- PMar and precediro- - Rv R SMirv L Am Â¬ nans Chape ay - Firt S Hirdav and Rev R L Ambrose Pastor rirvt Saturday ndai 1atir Rev Wm Rtipard S cdwell United lavtor H Dunson First Sat ad tastor Elder Pike Third Sat and Sundav Has Fork Third Sunday and prece lav in each month Second Saturday and ay Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Kirk Mi e brick cburch Pastor Rev T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A Jones Sundav and preceding Saturday urtii Sunday Saturday Knh MKSJUI Flat Woods e OF CHRIST Fourth Sunday and preceding Elder Collier Krksville Second Sun lay and prece dav 1oeph Bahew Mt Ileasanl Second and fourth Sun- Pastor nd preceding Saturdays Sabbath school Oa Hagcrman Mt Zion First and fourth Sundays and Pas- iav preceding third Sunday rdav Pastor L H Reynolds Sundav J W Harding Third Sunday and pe Revnolds Richmond Elder W F Smith Pastor Services everv Sunday at 11 a m Sunday school at 930 a m cr meeting Wednesday evening I H Â¬ Second Sunday White Oak Pond Pastor L H Revnolds In ion Christian Church Second Sun each month and Saturday preced v - Gamboe Pastor llISCOP Morning service and strmon at n o Evening service and sermon a Indies 4 oclock duiing tiie winter L M Wil- on Friday at 2 p m Rector CHRIST CHIRCH 1 o Tne life of the missionary is a luxu rious and muoient life Hindoo mii is r a rdiffiou that ouylit not to be inmen a J4- terfered with Lhr tianity is guilty of an impertincnip when it invades hea DR II R GIBSON thendom yon lruvt put in the same line of reverence llrauna Iiuldha PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Mohammed and thri t To refute Richmond Ki nttcky slanders unci blasphemies D v so prevalent and to spread out before - bttildiac 18 and 20 Sec- nvstian world the contrast be tween idolatrous and Christian eoun DR A H STEWART p eieh this third serin in in mv scries PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON In this discourse I lake you to the Richmond Kfmtcky very headquarters of heathendom to the very capita of llmdooi m for what Mecca is to the Mohammedan ani Residence 619 what Jerusalem is to the Christian Street 4 Benares India is to the Hindoo We arrived there in the evening and the A KENNEDY IK next morning we starte out early rs 7 l V I ND S EON amonjr other things to see the burning Richmond Kknuckv of the dcad We saw it cremation not as many rood in people America and England are now 04 Main Street up s sting it namely the burning of the dead in clean and orderly and refined crematoiv the hot furnace BALI DR smui I educing the human form to a FS IAN AND SURGEON txmder to be carefully preserved ia an Richmond Kfntucky urn but cremati m as the Hindoo practic e it We rot into a boat and p stairs were rowed down the River Ganges un36- til we came opposite to where five dead bxlics lay four of them women H Ti ftlSTKR wrapped in red parmems and a man rapiied in white Our boat fastened PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON we waited and watched High piles K ICHM1 rKD K KM x k of wood were on the bank and carefully weighed on big scales Street between Second and Maia according as the friemis of the deceased can afford to pay for it- - In niiny cases only a few sticks can be CHAS HOOKER afforded and the dead boiv is burned only a little and then thrown into tue YETERINAR V SURGEON Gangea Bat where Use relatives of ed are well to do an abund ance of wood in piece- - fo ir or tve feet a Specially Veterinary Dentistry ai loiijr is purchased Two or three lay Ky 46- ers of sticks are then put on the ground to recei the lead form fhwill pieces tdalwood an inserted to pr DENTAL STJEGEBT fragrance The deceased is lifted from there and put upon the WELBY W BURGIN Then the cover is removed from the DENTIST f the corpse and it is bathed with Kbmiuuli the water of the Jan res 1 Richmond more layers of wo d are put upon the body and other sticks ire placed on 45- both sines of it but the head and feet are left exposed Then a ouantity of DR A W1LKKS SMITH prcase Sufieiewt to make ever inflammable is put on the wood and DENTAL SURGEON into the mouth of the dead man Then Ken Richmond one of the richest men in Benares his fortune made in this way furnishes the tin Street Office M 4 fire and after the priest has dud e a few words the eldest son walks three times pile and then the J L HARRIS M D D D S appliesaround torchsacred the tire blazes and the y has short tim RlCHM Kknti ky up and in a ashes which become the the relatives w into the Ganges We saw floating past us on the Office in Ganges tne body of a child which had been only partly burned because the parents could not afford enough C MORi J A YATES J e we watched tiie floating form of the chibi a crow alighted upon it In MORGAN vV YATi -meantime hundreds of Hindoos DENTIST8 were bahinjr in the river dipping their KFNTICKY heads iillinp their mouths supplying their brass cups mattering words National of so called prayer Office Main Street Such a mingling of superstiiioii and loathsome ness and inhumanity I had never AXTOSNETS before seen The Ganges is to the Hindoo the best river of all the earth but to me it is the vilest stream STEPHEN I PARRISH that ever rolled its stench in horror to ATTORNEY AT LAW the sea I looked ail along the banks Kuhjci for the mourners for the dead I saw Richmond in two of the cities nine cremations ts Caveats Trade Marin ptiiaai Esc bat in no case a Bad look or a tear ta Irce of 1 said to pa How is this to a friend Moderate terms 40- Have the livinp no prief for the ra patent riu- mi I found that the women do dead C H BRECK not come forth on such occasions but ot account for the absence of ATTORNEY AT LAW all signs of grief There is another reaKj micky Richmond son more potent Men do not see the of their wives until after inar Office up iron stairway at Crooks corner Main riatre They take them on recommenda5 tion Marriages thus formed of course have not much affection in them A SULLIVAN J Women are married at 7 and 10 years of aure and are grandmothers at 3d ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Such unwisely formed family ass Richmond tions do not imply much ardor of love 16- The family so poorly put together 106 Main Street up staias who wonders that it is easily taken apart And so I account for the ab C S POWELL sence of all slg ns of grief at the creATTORNEY AT LAW mation of the Hindoos Kentucky llenares is the capital of Hindooism Richmond and Buddhism but Hindooism has Light Cos on trampled out Buddhism Office same a Richmond Water the hoof of 3 Second Street one monster on the neck of the other monster It is also the capital of filth W R SHACKELFORD and the capital of malodor and the capital of indecency The Hindoos say ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky they have three hundred million gods Richmond Renares being the headepnarters of these deities you will not be surprised Will practice in all the Courts Office over Rich42- tional Bant same as Col Capertons to find that the making of gods is a Here there are profitable business carpenters making woolen gods and brass workers making brass gods and sculptors making stone gods and potters making clay gods I can not think of the abomina tions practiced here without a recoil of Alstomach and a need of cologne though much is said about the carving on the temples of this city everything is sovile that there is not much room left for the aesthetic The devotees enter the temples nineteen twentieths unclothed and depart begging All that Hindooism can do for a man or woman It cioes nere Sot withstanding Ji Juit m v Have been said in its favor at the parliament of religions in Chi- it makes a man a brute and a woman the lowest type of slave I to do all kinds of work I am prepared would rather be a horse or a cow or a iu my line and solicit your custom dog in India than be a woman The HARVESTING HUGOIES WAGONS greatest disaster that can happen to a and MOWING MACHINES Hindoo is that he was born at all Benares is imposing in the distance and other machinery repaired neatly Wood work and as you look at it from the other side oi and satisfactorily the Ganges The 47 ghats or flight BOBttC HBOBOTG of stone steps reacning from the wa A 81ECIALTV ters edge to the bt I have engaged the services of Nick the banks mark a pn--- for the ascent White recognized as one of the best and descent of tiie sublimites The workmen in this section for the year wiiderment of eye I Satisfaction guaranteed Give me a torn I Â¬ Â¬ I 0 I 1 1 3- - Ill CJ Â¬ t -- Â¬ Â¬ - i I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Sacred sows waik up and down tin temple Here stood a fakir with right arm uplifted and for so long a tinu that he could not take it down and the nails of the hand had grown until they looked like serpents winding in an i around tiie palm The god of the Golden Temple is Siva or the poison god Devils wait upon him He is the god of war of famine of pestilence He is the destroyer lie has around his neck a string of skulls Before him bow men whose hair never knew a comb They eat carrion and that which is worse and drums here sat up a racket Pilgrims come from hundreds of miles away spending their last piece of mon ey and exaaating their last item of strength in order to reach tiiis Golden Temple glad to die in or near it ami have the ashes of their bodies thrown into the Ganges We took a carriage and went still further on to aea the Monkey Temple so called because in and around the building nronkeys abound and arc- kept L All evolutionists should visit this temple devoted to the family from which their ancestors came These monkeys chatter and wink and climb and look wise and look silly and have full possession of the place We were asked at the en Â¬ trance of the monkey temple to take off our shoes because of the sacredness of the place but a atribution in the hands of an attendant resulted in a permission to enter with our shoes on As tiie golden temple is dedicated t siva the poison god this monkey temple is dedicated to Sivas wife a deitess that must In- - propi- sse and and destroy lor spit fire has leen worshiped She is the id and skip and ter maganey in rosed to he a supernatural Xantippe hence to her are brought flowers and rice aini here and there the flowers are spat tered with the blood of goats slain in sacrifice As we walk to- - iav through this Mon key temple we must not hit or teasor hurt none of them Two English- Â¬ men years ago lost their lives by the maltreatment of a monkey Pa along- one of ian strc monkey did not soon enough get out of the way ami one of these Englishmen struck it with his cane Immediately the people and the priests gatl arouni these strangers and the public until the two English men were pom nti for having struck a monkey No land in all the - a monkey as Indiaas no a temple c other ter it One of the rajahs of India spent 100000 rupees in the marriage of two mon keys A nuptial procession was formed in which moved camels ts ti d palanquins of richly music sound ed the wedding march Dancing par-ti- kept the night It was 133 before the monkey and mo were free fn m their gay rtu s oi In no place but India could such a carnival have o Bat while we can not approve of the monkey temple the monkey s sacre I defy to hilarity any one to watch a monkey one minute without laughter Why was this creature made For the worlds amn The ms- f some animals is left dem and we can not nse of tills or that quadruped or this or that insect but the mi the ape is certain ier seated at the top of this temple in India or cutting up its antics on the top of a hand organ it stirs the ease of the lu serous tickles the dia Â¬ phragm iutoeachinnation topples grav ity into play ami accomplishes that for which it was created The eagle and the lion and the gazelle and the robin no more certainly have their mission than tne monkey But it implies a low form Lf Hindooism when this embodied mimicry of the human race is lifted into In one of the cities for the worship first time in my life I had an opportun Â¬ ity of talking with a fakir or a Hindoo who ha- renounced the world anci lives He sat under a rough coverin alms ing on a platform of brick Be was covered with the ashes of the dead md was at that time rubbing more of those ashes on his arms and legs Ho I said spoke English under m How long have you been He replied seated here Fifteen Have those idols which I see rears He said power to help or destroy No they only represent God There is but one God Question When people die where do they goto Answer That depends upon what they have been doing If they have been doing good to Heaven if they have been doing evil to helL Question But you do not believe in the transmitration of souls and that after death we go into birds or animats of some sort Answer Yes the last creature a man is thinking of while dying is the one into which he will go If he is thi nk ing of a bird he will go into a Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ at-n-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yes you could Answer Question How could I become a Hindoo Answer By doing as the Hindoos do Hut as I looked upon the poor filthy wretch bedaubing himself with the ashes of the riend I thought the last thing on earth I would want to become would lie a Hindoo I expressed to a missionary who overheard the con- Â¬ versation between the fakir and my self my amazement at some of the doctrines the fakir announced The missionary said The fakirs are very accommodating and supposing you to be a friend of Christianity he announced the theory of one Cod and that of re- Â¬ wards and punishments There are however alleviations for Benares I attended worship in one of the Christian missions The sermon though delivered in Hindootanee of which I could not nnderstand a word thrilled me with its earnestness and tenderness of tone especially when the missionary told me at the close of the service that he recently baptized a man who was converted through reading one of my sermons among the hills of India The songs of two Christian assemblages visited in this city although the tunes were new and the sentiments not trans Â¬ lated were uplifting and inspiring to the last degree There was also a school of MM native girls an institution established by a rajah of generosity ami wealth a graduate of Madras univer- Â¬ sity But more than all the mission Â¬ aries are busy some of them preaching on the ghats some of them in ehnrehes in chapels and bazaars The London Missionary Society has here it- for young men and its schools for chil- Â¬ dren and its houses of worship for all The Church Missionary Society has its eight schools all tilled with learners The evangelizing work of the Wesley 11s and the Haitist are felt in all parts of llenares In its mightiest strong Â¬ hold Hindooism is being assaulted An i now as to the industrious malign ment of missionaries It hasbeen said by Â¬ 1 BMlr4f il r FuikSD ABSOLUTELY PURE Jamks t S BEWARE of frauds count- Â¬ Take erfeits and substitutes nothing but B as follows Original David Leigh Ia ducah McCracken county William F Peyton New Castle Henry county James W Sapp Caneyviile Grayson county Noah 11 Oliver MooresvilTe Washington county Increase Leslie C mt- Carman Yosemite Reissue William Snoween Kaughns mills Estill county William wards Greenville Muhlenberg county Frederick Ohne deceased Winona Original Widows Trimble county etc Frances A Mersaon Stanford Lincoln county Sarah at Cox Winston Estill county Catherine Ohne Winona Trimble county Martha Wickliff Muhlenberg Greenville J storekeeper in the Sixth internal revenue district of Covington 1knsions were granted the other day Strotiier has been appointed elation are to ire naiiK ns re plan Th id by the jfy v barks to uaran be firs a bv the the controller of the currency Mr Springer sretary roved of the treasury and M eg BSSBSu others Friend TO MOTHERS CO SOLO BY ALL DRUCCISTS may find some aid in iigii the house to get oi by the present condition of the gold re- Â¬ On Monday when tl serve be introduced the gold will nearer ninety million dollars than a hundred us ami Mr Carlisle w ill sadly be in need of aid but even this will not republicans to withdraw their opposition and sound money men of the north will urge tiie hoi Washington- - Dae IT Write for book iree THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR s1 Iriwri Ir- - ATLiTk It STOVES Need Stoves Â¬ - America or England that the mission are living a life full of indolence and luxury That Is a falsehood thit I would sav js hbrh as Heaven if it di I not go down in the opposite direction When strangers come in these tropical climates the missionaries do their best to entertain them making sacrifices for that purpose In the city of IJenares a missionary told me thai a gentleman coming from Hn land int one of the mission stations of India the missionaries banded togeth Â¬ er to entertain him Among other things they had ham boiled prepared ami beautifully decorated and the same ham was passed arotmg from house to house as this stranger ap-Â¬ peared and in other resiiects a con- Â¬ spiracy of kindness was effected The visitor went home to England and wrote and spoke of the luxury in which the missionaries of India were living Americans and Englishmen come to these tropical regions and find a missionary living under palms and with different styles of frur iiis table and forget that palms are here as cheap as hickory or pine in America ami rich fruits as cheap as plain apples They find here missionaries sleeping under punkas thee fans swung day and ni rht by coolies an I forget that four cents a day is good wages here and the man finds himself Four cents a day for a coachman a missionary can afford to ride There have been missionaries whr have come to these hot climates resolving to live as the natives live and one or two years have finished their work their chief use on missionary ground being that of furnishing for a large funeral the so far from chief object of interest living in idleness no men on earth work so hard as the missionaries now in the foreign field Against fearful odds and with three millions of Chris tians opposed to two hundred and fifty millions of Hindoos Mohammedans and other false religions these missionaries are trying to take India for God Let the good people of America and England and Scotland and of all Christendom add ninety nine and three quarter imt cent to their appre ciat on of the fidelity and consecration of foreign missionaries Far away from home in an exhausting climate and compelled to send their children to England Scotland or America so as to escape the corrupt conversation an i behavior of the natives these men and women of C od toil until they drop into their graves But they will get their chief appreciation when their work is over anci the day is won as it will be No place in Heaven will be too won good for them Some of the ministers at home who live on salaries of 4000 or 15000 a year preaching the Gospel of I im who had nowhere to lay his head will enter Heaven and be welcomed and while looking for a place Yon- Â¬ to st down they will be told der in that lower line of thrones you will take your places Xot on the thrones nearest the King they are reserved for the missionaries M an while let all Christendom be thrilled with gladness About 15000 converts in India every year under the Methodist missions and about 25000 converts under the Baptist missions and about Ta000 converts under all mis ions every year But more than Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ travelers after their return t Do You county The other morning about 330 a report was heard in the neighborhood of the Star Milling Cos flouring mill h inTHE COIn WEATHER WILL SOON BE Nicholasville and two hours later volving reduced pay also pr LPoV YOL AND A waa discovered that the safe had leen blown open by buro received shorter hours and the men regard it All the for their labor about seventy five cents as a victory for them men were taken back Saturday morn- in coppers OR A GRATE Iun aii has just put its new Com - man Vahinton Dee IT mercial club into goo running order e populist Jerry Simpson of K and expects to go after all the WILL BE WE HAVE BOTH NECKSSITY things that are to be had in the way of known early in vem- Jerry who wa development r re election denies that he has The asaeased value of Lagrange is any purpose to move to Indiana and In fact we have every thing in the heat Our 35 53a which is than last run for governor to succeed Gov inn nd cooking line seasonsales have al It been larjje this and ever year The assessed valuation of Leitch Matthews He states that Kan has tield property is Sltil000 good enough for him and that though The appointment of Will A Wilgua defeated be will return to his adopted as postmaster at Hopkinsville n that and attend to his farm of A A Edwards as p atmaster at Dc he raited Wasiiim Iineville have been confirmed by the Mates will take no part in the in senate COME AND BUY gation of the Armenian out Tin Daviess County Confederal Finding that the limitations im ion has laid the corner stone of a by President Cleveland and upon the A HEATING STOVE A 000211TO confederate monument The shaft w functions of United States Consul STOVE A 2A2T5S A GSATE stand in a corner of the courthouse Jewett were sucn as to prevent his square joint action with tiie representatives M EVERYTHING NECESSARY TO Samiei Owins the convicted mur of the other powers the saltan dcrer of Samuel Oglevie was rem Irawn his invitation to ACCOMPNY THEM SICH AS to the branch penitentiary at aim a South ville on the Ch qaently Mr Jewetts appoint Fire Bricfc Hcartis Chimaey Tiles western train leaving Iadueah the ment not without the other midnight but Dec Backs Cookir Utensils 3tc AslUNl ION Il vsident attempt on the part of a mob to secure Dr and accompanied by him Just at the outskii ts of Padncah OKe D Kvans and envAgeat for BRiDGaroana Ceie the train was halted by a mob of Charles Jefferson Economist Waov6HT Steei left Washi awaked and armed men who lire and Cast R v Sunday aftern eral shots compelled the engineer and a banting trip Bremen to leave the engine cut tiie The trip in contempt CLAUDE SMITH air brake hose broke open the doors since early fall and is taki Â¬ settlement between the ers and conduct the officers of the Metropolitan Street Railway Co having been arra the men started to work ra are running on S i Â¬ i t School Tea Â¬ c Â¬ STOVE A - Who wants to keep abreast of he times and advance in hi tler prolission a well a- - pH an increased salary must stect some good school to attend in which they can get value received lor their time and money You know that the stitute is the place I Given Satisfaction Elliott In- Make up your mind to enroll in our Normal Depart men n alter We will hristmas as po- Â¬ not be I Â¬ FOUND DEAD 1 i Â¬ tH iftvjB Â¬ heathenism and not a city or town or neighborhood of India but directly or ectly feels the influence and the day speeds on when Hindooism will go down with a crash- - that Christianity is undermining srbaaaal Bas x KENTUCKY STATE NEWS Tik Hopkinsville city council has Â¬ BLACKSMITHING trial WM EIVG U8HL Comer First and Water streets fc s at close by tie 4 at What about your insurance Turley Insure that big barn A Powell 3 2 large and attractive Tiie seeming gold in many cases turns out to be brass The prethe wall turu out to he - The expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Svrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ly cleansing the system ative headaches and fevers dispi and permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and with the approval of the medkal profession because it acts on the Kid- Â¬ neys Liver and Bowel without weak Â¬ ening them and it is perfectly free from ible substance every up of Figs is for sale by all drug and 1 bottles but it is man- in -- contracted for water works One huu Ired hydrants and ten miles of pip ing will be put in to start with A Brings comfort and improvement and reservoir to bold 00o008 jTallons and to personal enjoyment when a stand pipe 110 feet high will be built riirlitly used The many who live bet- Â¬ rs marshals Danrrr Ln ter than others and enjoy life more with found a big moonshine distil iery on KNOWLEDGE - rc lea Ridge in Cumberland county It was in full which they destroyed operation when they arrived but the shiners had got wind of their coming and escaped In view of the recent disorders at Hazard Berry county and the at tempted assassination of Judge Hall Cov Brown has detailed L H laither of he second regiment Kentucky Stafe guard to go to Hazcrd and re- Â¬ port at once whether troops are necessary for the preservation of order and the conduct of the courts n county grand jury has fur reti rued nine more indictments for of Â¬ fenses against the election laws The Watts steel plant at Midiles- boro the largest basic steel plant in the L rated states has been started employment to five hundred Â¬ of the coach in which Owens was situ time in t ated and tried to secure iiim The benefil the president in murderer was hastily locked in the remnant the rhenmati toilet room by Deputy Grady wh im fended him though felle with a elnb Wasiiim ion Dee IT The I while Deputy Potter went ahead ami delegation headed by Dr Bar in be had the train started a king sen ting the Unit of gan to move rapidly the lynchers made CORDOVAN 3 r KLN fc tAMtLLLLl CAI F Saturday in ii spent an atar their exit without the prisoner leav conversation with Secretary Gresham 4s3 FiNCAisICUaWam Lug a rope intended for him lying in nrgin in by 350pOLICE3 SOLES the ear tile rnin nt n W niiE killing h lgs on the farm of hristian Armenia tary s2so 52 WORKING EXTRA FINESamuel Crowley rear Richmon heard their represents t de S2i7SBGYSSCH0ttSH0tt n fell into clined to commit him other day his lS y the scalding trough and was scalded LADIES l ii uiiii KilU d to death L3 2bestDng Boi SV Tin olilest house in Henderson built l re- F SrNOr3RCTAL33UE by N P Baggies in the summer W- - L D O UO LA3 spondinfr to an alarm of fire Sander rs wiTLJ iajs Sr and occupied at one time by John J ii hose carts OverOni Million People wear tne Audubon collapsed the other nigh ion at a street corner W L Douglas 3 4 Shoes and is a total wreck It was occupied hall speed tire- AH our n illv c ti start nrv rrr by Negroes and there were eight in- men were thrown in all direel hey give the bet value for the monev twice tiie lieutenant side at the time it fell Strange to say i hey equal c jstjai hoe In atyie and fit Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed no one was seriously hurt nstantlv killed bis skull The prices ere uniform stumped on i apt TnE state conference of the peoples crushed and Frank irafton o From i trt - a i over other makes sole party will be held in Louisville Da the Ninth was seriously injured and if your doaier caanot supply you ve can Sold by may die cember 11 and January V 57 JACK FREEMAN The board of magistrates of LivingsBag lllare at Moiiiithi ton county has appropriated tS500to S E WELSH Hi Dee 17 Mkmimiis Trim Klerator repair the county jail l of tne Kmpire Elevator Mill ami In the Boyd county ease of Mead vs Warehouse Co was totally Steele for circuit clerk Mead the in- by tire at 1 oclock Saturday men cumbent and a democrat wins - will reach Ben Whkkkson living near Sodman which alKiut 100000 is covered by in Â¬ station Logan county and three of his surance The plan Proprietor d was one W STUART JONES children were returning from church of the largest elevators in the sonth a buggy tiie other night when the Manager Andrews said it would be rein horse became frightened and ran off built Pure Whiskies Wines throwing the occupants over a steep embankment One of the children re Brandies c ceived internal injuries which will As the whi key tai hs been raised 2 c pe CONDENSED NEWS cause its death wiiile the other two gal oa wi hr pur 5 year old children were seriously though not fa Gathered From All Parts of the World by lett whiskey at 2 25 per gallon tally hurt Telegraph I have engaged the services of Mr Robt The new tobacco crop has beeun to Forty Indian territory U S prison Â¬ Terrili as bartender who will be pleased to appear upon the market in sufficient see him quantities for prices to be made with ers have been lodged in the Detroit have his frie of correction some uniformity W STUART J0NKS iarnrtt Huuse Saloon The sultan has withdrawn the invi- Â¬ Soars time ago Prof M II Crump of id Street Bowling Green waa employed by the tation to our frovernnient to investi Â¬ 40 39 gate Armenian outrages roads department of the government The post office at Jumpir- Branch to prepare an article on Kentucky Va was robbed of sereral pi Highways History of the Old and New One contained He has finished the article tered letters Systems BETWEKN Fire in the Denver Times ortiee re- Â¬ and sent it in and it will be published CINCIXNATI and ST LOUIS sulted in the flooding of the linotype by the government and distributed WITH throughout the country in the interest machines and resort to hand work PALACE SLEEPING CARS Robert Nelson was brained at Mill of good roads BETWFEN Judge Mask of Bourbon county edge ville lia by a patient named will contest the election of his repub- Â¬ Alien of the Inebriate asylum Nelson ST LOUIS and WASHINGTON D C lican opponent lie was defeated by had taken liim out for a walk VIA The overdue stermers Montserrat only eight majority BIG FOUR ROUTE Owensboro with a population of and Keweenaw from animo an about 15 000 pays annually 5130000 to missing The cutter Richard Bosh has The elegant service offered by the Big gone out in search of the two vt fire insurance comoanie Font between Cincinnati and St Louis 15 from Iort Town send excel ed by no olher line Night t anis are One of the Clereland iO mason con Â¬ compo ed of new cars through ut coaches tractors Julius I Firehow was of the latest improved pattern and Wagner charsreci with violaticir a statute Sleeping Cars service tor the first tune which makes dishonest work on public Day trains have Parlor and Drawing Room Springer Will Report Carlisles buildings a criminal offense Cars and Exquisite Dining Cars and rs be Dr Wm S Uooze has retained coun- Â¬ Through Pa ace Baaef S Currency Bill sel and will contest the seat of Harry tween St loins and Washington D C via Indianapois Cincinnati and Chesa- Rusk the democratic peake dliio Ky ill connection with the The Way to Its Final Passage Will in the Third district of Maryland who famous F W V The Dining Cai Ser was returned as elected by 530 plural Â¬ vice extends through from St Lov is to Be Clogged With Amendments ity iagtoa lot lull information regardExecutions amounting to nearh s eic apply to nearest ticket agent The Republicans Will Take a Strong Hand 0D0 went out Saturday against Joab or add D P MARTIN G P Hattys Sons yarn manufacturers in Opiiilion to the Bill The Falling TA m E o Mccormick p Gold Reserve Will Also lie lse aa Philadelphia The firm made a0M s Strong Lrer In Favor of It pounds of yarn a day The lack of profit on sales brought about the firms THE Washisotos Dec 17 Mr Spring er e in ha rraaaaaent had a full meeting of the committee on Public Examiner Mayers of Salem banking- and currency Saturday and S caused the arrest of Steven by a strict party vcte decided to report Wellies treasurer of MeCook county at once to the house Secretary Ca- on the charge of embezzlement his This arrantre rlisles currency bill showing a shortage of about ment was agreed upon Friday and al- Â¬ waved examination and though the bill is still in a most incom- Â¬ was placed under 2000 bond plete and unsatisfactory shape tiie Peter Anderson of Ft Worth Tex Is located on the corner of First snd Ir democrats will do everything possible recently obtained judgement against a vine streets The have 14 year old An wh countv and home Mr to rush it through tne honae construction company for 7000 Sun Â¬ dersOa beer dailv from the made All ages city Springer however will fin it e day his dead body was fouu and kinds of Wines Brandies and Wa ingly hard to push the bill as reported a railway trestle It is supposed ho ters and can furnish any amount from a of the mem- Â¬ was thrown from the trestle murdered Already a large number spoonful to five gallons at lowest prices bers have expressed their determina- Â¬ and then robbed of his moi at the bar or r your buggy or send it tion to offer amendments to the bill The committee of the grand encamp- Â¬ to vour house That line bi good and beyond doub a number of them ment 0 A R appointed to ir tg polite John Menshon will wait on will be tacked onto the bill and thus gete tne charges that certain money you with pleasure 4S 47 je Among the amend contributed to Phil Kearney post of bloc LTW ments row waiting to be introduced Richmond Va for decoration pur rop posed and a number wh has been diverted to a fund for a large nnaii in the inn md Army post halt build small banks whose capital is urn Monday and begin arriv cr of A laiv 000 or 8100000 sup members of the he a farmer was halted by Jotr port financially th se small Wm Hclntjre and his son D at to An old feud was re- AT permit government bonds and ap- Â¬ 1 SCO at our post but assure you that should you decide to east your lot with us we will be wid awake to our duty and that you will make rapid advancement in vour stud WLJJoycLAS S3 SiiOEhtfor With our experience in teach we present ourselves to pub insideration believim that ail who contemplate attendini school will decide that they can do no better than attend school i 11 ir 1 At Kirksuille It you make such a decision you mver regret it On Normal Department is now open with an invitation to come and persue vour studies w th us will 1 sh-w- Â¬ Â¬ Ifyoaj want any information please drop us a card for our catalogue and other printed matter Â¬ Â¬ GarnettHouse Saloon Our Scientific Department is increasing in the number of pupils and all express themselv well pleased with our instruction Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ As to Classics you can do no V better than you can with us 1 have an excellent classic teacher O Our Preparatory Department is second to none in the State and now that the Public Schools have closed we solicit your patronage for the remainder of the year Normal DepartTuition Fee ment Scientific Department 10 for term of sic Department Preparatory Depart10 weeks Â¬ - JSOIII TRAINS ment 2 and 3 per month Board 275 per week Monday to Friday 2 from WASHINGTON Addi 111 Â¬ WHITTY nnmriini i KU KKiN KirK5viH wwiMI m - k WALDROP -- t amm KueKy- I aa fOCr 1 Â¬ CORNER SALOON 1 IS0N JOB PRINTING I CATHOLIC Powell Tur- 3J Richmond Pastor R lor Services first and secor at to a m Lecture and benediction on toe nine evening to images of 1 will nut tute if onered-- blue wl start Pwell Tsjrlty ben fan dro trem past few days have and the ring from ir the circula- - THE CLIMAX OFFICE i a WAS i roiUSHIl K CLIMAX IVKBT n EDMWDAT BT The Climax Printing Eothmi am i Co Mavaobb IMUt K IKK VEAH DEC 1 flSO WLINrIAY ll When vou have an agreement with a The judge with do smashed in twain Proceeded on the road aiaiii tainement Madame It man on any kind of business that is to Washington Post I vous be transacted and wound up in the fu- Â¬ HV T W PA - voir Hola limn ami z z ture write it down and sign your name 2 ft stop ue smtrez vous spacf ller You must Jllilur IhuUi r Men are to it and each one hold a BOB lv Ze snake he take not pick ze apel verv forgetful especially when it is to hood until I was hi reading vour article on Sw ifts say of hnun he An one pinch grown my family j their interest and it will keep down law mine which was copied into the Courier SDenr a lortune oo 7 oof i ur Adam do you not know how suite and unpleasant feelings Journal have come to the conclusion trying to cure me of this disease re Busing prohebet ze ladies 00 ic oo 23 25 visited Hot Springs and was treated to contribute to your paper and through 00 4 00 1 am glad that Madame Iv ermit me to oiler you some foot hall was not fash- Â¬ by the best medical men but was not SO 5 oo it to the public what I have beard Bad 4 00 M fruit defend it zeeM- forbidden Denemeo ionable wheat I was a bey If itjiiadibeen EDfTlMI When all learned of the operatioBS of these coun- I things had Iv she make one DO wfM failed might have lieen dead ami forgotten or jo 00 So 00 fruit terfeiters having been a citizen of the determined to try S S S and in snake lie till lier parasol wiz ze apx walking with crutches to day four months was entirely cured The of Kentucky from 1K4 to Kriiis si hi liis Monsieur mountains 00 terrible bczema was gone not a sign mil other parts of the State from Adam be will eat ze appel lie will of it left my general health built un Christmas time is drawing nigh matthe latter date to the present excepting and I have never had any return of Office and Yard Cor liaiDBad i Streett only equare from Courtd like one lieu know n HKkI and l7 30 So be on hand with your pumpkin pie five years spent in Indiana lut you Madame lv CBBBOt New corn meal and cinnamon beer I was brought from Powells Valley to BB B w nw e atore of a goddees than you are Christmas comes but once a year rmmmnH4 rn rt TbLis Harlan county bv my parents in ls4 rrj S S S to a number f friends for skin dis BOW An zat feenish Madame lv But let it come and go out eases and have never yet known a failure to A boat ami remained there till 1841 Tribune Mt Sterling But do not let it leave any old debts latlj W IRWIN Irwin Pa lnn Lut a this time one SoL Mullins who lived Never falls to cur rtJfB about even after all other Tiik Courier Journal of Wednesday a way hack in the mountains 1 think remedies nave Our I 00 TreaUneon Blood and M FOrxn ilTY ANP GETS published a dispatch from Hazard that alMiut the head of Sandv river was the Skin Disease mailed rr1 Ki The wl informs the public that the free to any address Monday much talked of man as a counterfeiter the court that convened there SIX MONTHS BEHIND THE B lantagraph devil C Pud Smith is to SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta 6a had Ik iIi broken up theJodge having and be was -- aid to be an adept in the nave a new pair 01 stockings to hang up foailade hav-in- - bosiru hot at and a general We are satisfied that the His DMde oi ojieration was to take pure Christmas night occurred From reliable information Pud w ill have to have a guide to find as mtumtmtmi 1nioa v that then no truth silver or genuine coin and put in alloy so are eat a riiiiiitli- them as he trails altogether by scent in the report The court is going on and as to make at least three dollars out of Old Grumbler suggests that he make mty jail at Chicago anl has been attempted one but if bis customer desired he of the old ones and have a feast lantfi in tbe would make even more hut it was said soup out Jackson Hustler for the prints three nimitlis You are to be congrat- Â¬ Notwithstanding the assertions of the that the three to one allov could scarcely - Vice-once-a-yeindn idtials there - a dbv lie detected bat men who acre more ulated Charlie on changing pirn Howar ifficient magui- - greedy and took him the silver would turhance in Ha TIIK OLDEST REPUBLIC iiirn1 to send tol have f ur or tive to tme of the allov but sirt1 in K II Gaitlier of tiie 3d regiment on the in was one easily detected It was SAN llINo KOI MKI 1500 YEARS Alo ll the determine whether or not u said that he had his shop a long way II s 11 NT I1AII ITS HIENMAl ElKt in viola orh red out from bit house in the brushy recesses of il TloN OK REoENTS te authority r j ri the mountains and none but the initia- Â¬ OK THK Ik- - stupiillty in us tint w It may The oldest Republic in the world is ranting tiif in- led were allowed to visit it and he de V - e that P Ilrei kinridge is San Marino a rock patch of land on the than Madeline Pollard They are fied detection When he died and how I Adriatic surrounded on all sides but the iljj guilty of the same crime The Stage do not remember that I ever heard but sea bv Italian territory many anderatrikera all through Ex- Â¬ H0W1 lv ileniil to her permi-i-io- n This mountain folk has leen ever lov- pear before the public in a drama the mountains of Kentucky ami Vir- ai to nseii ami iu institutions iid in tliat is IS and we believe it was ginia and mm h of his money was put the reason why neither Pope nor Kaiser float Col Breckinridge should receive the ever swallowed it up in the evil davs In Harlan county there were imitators treatment This thing of damming ltd the when the foreigner overran the linha of Mullins in a small wav ainl consid living the man is riea Marshes A Republic in name it is hih of ei base coin was put out but IS OFFERED FOR SAL- Ecriminal We would not lower the erable and always has Iteen an oligarchy in it was too base to pass many hands with- Â¬ ml by which a measured ut if the men fact The Council of Sixty which makes l Si out detection so was not profitable to the a hut we would use the k for v unlawful the laws is composed of twenty nobles manufacturer lln tler 1liMi their twenty townsmen and twenty country Â¬ Some twelve mile- - below the countv pan a men from the adjoining hamlets all of ounce to a Muiicie Ind pram seat lived one W who was e whom are elected for life Whenever a rekji ling pounds in this lii iness but he issued such a r in la nor in vacancy occurs the Council chooses rn to Mrs Havdoii who it acarcelv ever passed article that FOR itv some suitable erson usually the son of 5 lit 85 yean The father is 90 triil liai nnna - Ioiien in il cilliciies i Ii me the mil old and is the parent of 18 chil- - ot the law and came near going over the lire un casrl vouiicuur lO II II i the Constitution is careful to iiard It - very road but somehow got Hand hired one I ilc againM the concentration of power in the - a lake storv e id nt ti r3 r of his Ixys in my father for two vears to hands of one family For no one can be sty dollars to pay expeaaea He uY- elected to the Council during the lifetime erv KMr man and a very inexpert mm A mh k ms at AsUbsla Ohio has nto of his father nor may more than one of counterfeiter and hi shops were a cu- heen a epidemic of dinh- a family of brothers living together be It is first class in its appoint i which it rairin there He was rioeity Straagen dropped in on him chosen as B Senator In the whole hismentsand will be sold at a and professed to be bnntincfor Swifts - t attack and peddled tory of a Republic there is no instance of mine which Iran the nine qna bob of all is iatrons and bv this act Lie wl an attempt on the part of any of her citiAbout zens to Batablfah a dictatorship hroogfa i large pari the mountain counterfeiters h pu hed one Bartholomew came in there Ble The two Kegents w ho are elected by id with Mr C tor sometime and the Council hold office foi only six iistillery atTyr ne iiTt- alwavs in secret conclave ed the months and act each as a check upon tioii on i It will mrtholomew lir t gave out that he was Large Florida Orange- - 15 cent a dozen the other Moreover they are not ell i it full rapacity a mu h Hoadly toe CooBecticBt clock ma- Â¬ Besl Eating Apples 30 cents a peck gible again for three years One of them Ilia rcMiinption ker and thai be had boogbl a large apple My reason for selling is that he a noble the other is chosen French Mixed Candy 8 1 13 cents a pound must piovment to abool 30 orchard at Mulherrv tian Teim ami from the citi ns of it liitliv tniiuil jt my lime is wholly taken up on New Mixed Nuts I2 cents a pound die had the tree all sawed up and the lum-U-- r from the country folk of the provinces the Climax in seiL oning and was going to open a New Raiaens l cents a pound from Victoria nya that the They look very imposing in their rolies He celebra ol office New Cream Nuts 0 cents a pound islaml of Anbrim New Hebrides wis branch clock factory there with the grand cordon of the ted his departure from there by sprinkaction November ling Eijuestrian Order of Sbb Marino The New Cocoanuls cents each S spiiiis ot nitre over the bed of Mrs r the 13th A native village with all its in- Repablieaaa of Baa Marino believe feS l m Hetijey and ruining a nice double aeil no bv tin greatly in titles and derive a portion of wove coverlet because she gave a their revenue from the sale of these dec Tin Brooklyn Tabernacle property very decided di sent fiom the wav he i it v to lis orations Every visitor to their city has mm the 8th inst under the ham and C her brother-in-lawere doing seen in the square or Iianello opposite Mr dam T Wills or the sum Mrs 15 had In h blood in her veins ORDERS InR the new Government House a beautiful than it ami when she discovered the dama e marble fSJ n re- K W SMITH of the Republic The ladv statue mm t sparing in her denunciation ion who gave them thia aha was Hie wife of no represent I lie Larter Dry Gxds jsraJJ B ardly and malici us deed their diplomatic representative in Paris Win mm K ViMitimn and uuianv oi ioutsviic Kentucky r-o ili Mini n f II t fol Ifiiiii was ewateda duchess Duches6 of Ac KLT ROCK PRICES AT lion and w may be Biaioed or a day or two and left without fci nil i a further intiiction of qaavia ia return and not a few distin- Â¬ their d GILT EDGE GOODS the neighbor Knowing whothev were guished persons Prince This is contra or where Bismarck All these men pretend Hum their in the da among them are patricians of San jja ed to be hunting Swifts mine but there rmo was no digging or prospecting done by CIVIL SERVICE EXTENDED fore rimk But the most cuncus survival in their any of them Mr at one time bor- - Constitution is the way in which their Wanted in every county to OLD STAND act in the n chemistry -nt Cleveland rowea bit latl Secret Service under instruction from and kept it about six months and when judges and doctors are appointed The the paitii extended the rules of the civil service Cap Grannan three judges must not be natives of the ex Chief Detective of We will keep on band and for ami I will - U tike und r its pro-- heielurue1 it my lather said Cincinnati id hi- Experience not necessary Republic but are elected for a term of see what Mr C has K en studviiiL most Fstabished ll years Particulars free reke p rs iraiiLers and three years from outside like the old Address Grannan Detective Hureau Co - in the internal revenue am mm and on turning through the look he Podestaat Milan and while Florence Salaries at 44 Arcade Cincinnati O The methods R ehaptoroB the Treatment of by all The extension eekeepera and operanons of this Kureau iavcttin San Marino are low Even the Regents inc thuinljed almt black ted and found lawfal by United states onlv get a small indemnity of about In the spring of 1S41 our family and lv clerks Government -Sdi0 and their two Secretaries of State to Breathitt county and settled are handsomely remunerated at the rate A SERIOUS ACCIDENT R0BT THOMSON on the farm ophite the mouth of Quick of jlciO The dix tors are elected and sand where he lived seven years Jn SUCH AS- Breeder and Dealer in ey Iyle while pra ticing in IS41 or Is IL juiie an excitement sprung paid by the Council and kill or cure any won free of charge LOP EARED HIMALAYAN the peniten- the gymnasium of the Kentnckv Cniver up through the country over the sup ANGORA The Kingdom of Italy has been very 51 ral aity in U xmgton fell fiom the ringaand posed discovery of Swifts BELGIAN HARE palled mine on kind to the tinv republic within its bounrSTSJ the brain She Swifts tamp now Campion and people EM me for the SCZXZ OrTS ZCM AND daries Sig trispi teleirraihed bis iwvwl lghter of the late well known turf- who were believers in Swift s mine Aim win -- ell at lowest prices Ao were w ishes to the Regents COMMON RABBITS ijuarters lor last week and the man Bafaa Iyle Her family have been on tiptoe of excitement but when the sovereign has given them Office 236 Front Street Memphis Tenn his bust in ma-Â¬ nN A broth find was teeter it turned out to be mixwhich the Iresculiarly Mili 7 45 Send for Circular er met death in a steamlHat explo i ture of sulphur and copperas found in jolica for their new Senate House Nor own from a buggy by a kidneys in the coal and slate all through are they less promi of the portrait of r Washington which Mr William Warren runaway horse and killed and her moth ITICAI NOTES ii Kentucky factory prices We m thankful tor pti t J u ir1 T T M Tucker of Boston the lienefactor of er had a limb broken Miss Iyle I bus swiits mnu l continuaoee of the mine came to grief again their Give as a rail nn H library once presented to them as T but lKgus silver was in circulation when x siniiauie young ialy about 21 y r vtir-f- e will buy a few Dice veal calve RICHMOND STEAM M i tbi S R BROOKS Proprietor a memorial of their younger sister across 37 3 mo oeiongs to tiie le t societv in old work it of In 184 the Atlantic iLiivu lunoiiaie ior wovernor Short street one square from K U JDapot the blue grass capital a young man was prosecuted in Jackson tion in Kentucky i The Italian Government navs them a lor shoving a bogus ten cent LEX NG I ON KENTUCKY 0f pei piece on lived sum pertaapBBv might I Till TIIK END every year calculated at so Mr Thomas Sewel in part payment WORD New Building for much per New Furniture PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES head of their population of his sapper Electric Elevator Eleciric Light and Gas We may as well lace the fact that un iyKJO inhabitants The Seventh Hay Adventists of Kl on condition that they Ooiii Heated throughout by hot water leas we can have harmony restored in wxkI Indiana hav- again set have no custom house In order to The special feature of LITPIXCOTTS a time for A RAILKOADEkS me raims oi ne jH iuocratic partv we nieeiii i things terrestrial They Work done promptly and 1IiAYEK avoid difficult question of copvright sav will lie lH aleii when next we come Ir-e- January 1st will usher in pi un no uooks ana iriere is no as well as any otlier Laundry A railroad man is responsible the linal act for the ior A They behave the abode of the righteous following newspaper in the whole country Per Â¬ prayer in I he Conn trv Oh Lord now that haps on the earth after it shall have I have tlagged is the reason why they have that mall majority obtained by Demo- - wite Thee lift my feet from off In eneh issue In addition to the crats at tiie last eledion has encour- - teu purified from unrighteo inual the rough road of life and plant them had onlv one war in their historv Rii Are you a slave to the ihort stories novelette essavs poems If Thev have lately had a revelation bv a safely they hae admirably executed coins of you are No to bac wwl tobacco habit bm Bepaablinaaa to look fee a vic- on deck of the train of salvation etc all onibined make i one 01 the cure vou It has no i that Iiecemlre r wull witness the Ict me use the safety their own ami their stamps and post cured thousands Trv it the next race They are full of desirable magazine- - now published Address The lamp known as PRICES NO HIGHER Sterling Remedy Co Box 200 Indiana BlSaBBj We avoid the objection held bv so many cards are the delight of all philatelists confidence and will make a hard right eanhly atlairs and their Irudence make all couplings in readers to a continued storv During the and therefore a considerable source of mineral springs Ind Hardin are most jirominentlv preparations are with a view to this end train with the strong link of Thv Bible coming year novels may be expected trom Some fellows might go up there now And nientioned as candidates for Heavenly Father keep all switches revenue to ths State Their budget is a Capt King Amelie Rives and buy cheap farms tow n propertv etc igii the daily pajers re entlvmen that lead off on the sidings es- marvel of business like care Everything Stand by Home People and IN- NOTIONS Of course they wont want pronertv ameven to the sum expended on boots for tioned the Hon lohn G Car pecially those with a blind end Gektridf Athkrton hey will stand by you Oh A connection qc bottle cologne If Carlisles financial plans longer Lrd if it be Thy pleasure have every the little army of twentv eight men and NEW FALL How ridiculous the idea that a mere Mrs Stickney Miss Train an item for a new cloak for Bigi the bea- Â¬ IOC are endorsed by ObBBBBBI in the BBBBC semaphone block along the line show GOODS dle is carefully noted down and uniike Tbltts 3 and c of laws on our statute looks he an handful of people like these should le the white light of hope that I mav Mrs Alexander make their great neighbor Thimbles ic each In amounts of 3000 or more on first class farm and ally they have have aioiost any office in the gift of the lieve or that they of all the world have me run oi nie without stopping rins ic paper And other well nown writers OUT OF TOWN WORL And a balance at their well light and knowledge on such an imporPrire Are What We Are Now Offering bankers only y it ing lands3 jwi located at 6 per cent interest for a people of Ken tuck v Iord give us the ten commandments per year Single copy 2 Needles c paper Aaaress as is true but cents Send Tape tant event However it is with a feeling a schedule HENRY WATSON still a balance New York me 2 cent stamps for specimen copy N T Hopkins of the Tenth ic and when I have finished ongrea 73 SI Sterling Kentucky oi piiy rattier than ridicule that we the run Hair pin ic box and have on schedule time World iooal Ihstn all the way from Tike II PPI SCOTTS MAGAZINE Hair curlers 4c read of their vagaries Dariag tkc prnti fmir weeks we have been pulled into the great dark station of law written to Hon John Langlev Ink 4c opening Clothing never o cheap at now at death mav Tfaon the superintendent ot PlIILNDEI PHI Mucilage 4c Washington D C that be was going t PA the universe say with a smile Well Stoufferfc oldest clothing house in BALL AT Ml NO FIELD 2 collar buttons 2c contest the aeat of Hon Jo Kendall ami done thou good and faithful - ic paper 33 Baked Mr Langley to take charge of and come up ami sign the pav roll servant The Saloon on the corner and reWe must confess to a distinct disap- Â¬ Safety pins 2c cd and Ese ourcnecK ior eternal happiness Everv lay Never before was our stook so Who have the best companie Answer till Avenue fronting the K of Main street for rent proaecute tiie case Ire fore the House pointment C Ievnt Window shacesoc com- Â¬ at the wav in which the t oneision given January i 1805 This is well Bugle Powell ComniiUee He has since tiled the nec Harvard Turley Lace curtains 40 plete Never before were we able to ofler known as a saloon and is one of the best stands in y2 Yale game of football at Spring Kicnmond Pole complete 5c BBamry papera and aervel proper notice field was such an arrav ot un heart of 17 30 conducted this year The ADAM S GOTT Awarded Ribbon ic yari 1100 Reward - HAIU LOCK 100 promise of reform in rules and discipline Highest Honors Worlds Fair Childrens school The readers ot this paper will be pleased handkerchiefs 3c Representative Caruth was at the have not been kept up The numlier of All the accounts due the to learn that there is at least one Soap 3 and 5c morning and saw disabled men was unusually great and dreaded Harp 5c disease that science has been able to leveland in the intereat ot there were several serious injuries that Climax Office np to the 1st of C1JBES W0THIS6 cure Our stock of Dress Goods Trim Hearth brooms in all its stage and that is Dometics BlITPHFg1 CraionsSc box10c B Hoke of Ixmisville who these were in every case Boots Shoes Hats tirs Hal catarrh Halls the result of January 1894 are payable to A nd Cloth Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure a beConaul General to Cuba Sc aa more complete TH A N EVER BEFOKK accidents it seems to be difficult to SURE and CERTAIN CURE 7 Teaspoons 4c set In now known to the medical fraternity Ca- Â¬ me and they must be settled oa question from Caruth the aiinin me rules may be amended to Balls tarrh being a constitutional disease reDt stated that the present Consul any exfajBJt but it profits nothing if they I wiinout mrther delay If not BEST REMEDY for PILES Hammers c quires a constitutional treatment had been in office a long time are not and cannot be enforced The Halls Padlock with two settled Immediately I will v atarrn vure is taken hly understood the duties had penalty for slugging or for purposelv internally acting kes 5c av nM alaa1 directly upon the blood and a Finebras lock r to apeak the language and that attempting in anv way to injure an an place them in the hands of an mucous sur- Â¬ I have a Fine New Rrrsidence situated Oil cloth ic vd Dont buy until you j0 t0 or face of the system thereby making a change was in- tagonist cannot be too severe or too se- Â¬ destroying Broadway effcer for collection as I have ci iB a sooa servant but a lap 10 and 25c and some very the foundation of the disease and st went up from the peo- - verely enforced if this game is to bp bad Ladies kaU 25 giving the patient strength by building up j07reU Turley waited patiently and do not master 3- au rasewireTt uiam and continued as a competitive sport among Mr ihe DESIRABLE LOTS constitution and assisting nature in doing Mirrors 4 10 and timated bis purpose to let First selections the best Palmer men That a player may with propose to extend fnrther in- Â¬ wur He will sive you money -- ral to Cuba re- me proprietors have so much on different streets in the best neighborimpunity jump on an antagonist pros- I mean business raith ia its curatfve powers that they offer hoods in town Also houses and lots on dulgence iraie on tie giouml witli the ball after MOST PERFECT MA DP Ch tiatmas gifts hirth day oifts wed- one hundred dollars for any case the whistle has been blown and dislo- - A that it public corners Also lots suitable lor Livery You can find ms at the Climax dinj pure Giape Cream of Tartar Powder presents ol evi fails to cure jSend for list of Stables Mule Sheds Stock Pens or Manu Free r J ices Cream Baking Powder testimonials uld bean rom Ammonia Alum or any Offce ask for that other aduit rant CcM KkU MatwBarr Fa Saa Foacittw Address P J Cheney or further dseription call on KEY Co Toledo O factories wnpoIt may be worth 25 to TOD umpire dos YEARS THE STANDARD 40 H POWELL by druggists UtifSold J H POWELL Jt at Climax Office AEVEBTISXtf 0 EATES Tm is a Frenchmans version of the fall of Adam and Kve Monsieur Adam he vake up he sees une belle demoiselle aslip in ze garden Hon jour Maiame Iv de la chance Madauie Iv she vake she hole her fan lefore her face Adam jut on his evt gla to admire M talleaux and Mf make von tiromenade Madame Iv she feel hungi es appel on ze arbre Serpent e proinene nr larbre make one walk on ze tree Monsieur sav Iv vill vous not have ze baste t Vr- la peek me some ape jair- faim not see however is supposed not to oc cur In so tar as the umpire is blind he may at least in that particular be said to be a rei the best really miss some of the incidents of the uiidiron Had the pen- Â¬ alty of diaqaalificatioa however been rigidly enforced from the beginning of the first half 0 this game there would we are convinced have leen fewer sul BBaaeat accidentsand Surgical Journal OLD GRUMBLER The frost is on the pumpkin And the fodders in the shocks The base hall seasons vanished Likewise your hard earned rocks The county fairs are over And the melon days are gone The ciclyenne soon will cease To put her bloomers on The squirrels chitter in the tree tops Where the hickory nuts are ripe And the hen pecked husband snorts and swears While putting up stose pipe OO MAlD MlLLER fP TO DATE Ataud Mutter on summer day Calmly fanned the flies away The judge came riding down the road And checked hit horse near Mauds abode How is it Maud he slowly spake That you are out without a rake Why dont you do as in the lay And rake the meadow sweet with hay The meadow hiy and een the rake She sighed art but a poets fake We hn dc iactt maids I wot Rake nothing bt t our Psyche kn t q i iiyhiidv uin tucdc lJ LU iU Uil rllL III J LTPOMnyv R 1VJ 1 IN USING lvJlVlTl IfflDLES QUICK l LESS SLACK LESS SULPHUR LESS CINDER LESS ASF TARIFF JELLiCO MES LASTS BURRS HOT LCWG FIRE CLEAR - Boston Medical OOUNTERFEITING EASTERN IX KENTUCKY SWIFT MINK ETC charmes de Mm 1H BLOCK ECZEMA cents per bushel STOVE 5 inch nut Hots per bushel best lump COAL pi2om 12 9i3 CENTS ms tP rF e P hP 9 9 1 1 4 - Smithing Anthracite and Cannel Coal Coke Kindling Baled Hay Shelled Oats Corn c at Lowest Market Prices Largest line of Clothing Hats Caps Shirts and Underwear to he sold with the Â¬ I - L R BLANTON a t dsljIveht Tariff Off THRl lF OFF 11 rurssnH iinwnnn B JParr7HJEraJ7dl flrJWfJirjpJlpJa Overcoat or Underwear see our immense stock and hear our prices with the Before you buy your Suit ii -- EMU FOR SALE THE PLANT -- ar 11 Iull--ira-- v JustThitikof It following We have the largest line We have the latest styles We have the lowest prices for tine custom clothing underwear hats etc 1m- I Largest line ol Boys and childrens Clothing We make Suits to Order at from Â¬ MOUNTAIN Â¬ -- SENTINEL This is a Time of Sensations and in order to keep up the citement we make the Fifteen Dollars perfect fit Â¬ CHEAP -- STARTLING FOR THE Up and guarantee PJ rail-uit- h OFFER buy Call and see our stock before vou fegj STOPFERS THE OLDEST IN Â¬ pel Â¬ HOLIDAYS only Â¬ BARGAIN i r- Clothing House l ip Â¬ Â¬ S F Rock Save your RICHMOND 7 First Steet I Â¬ w -- mwm AND SEE OUR - tl 1 TOYS a call Hi Â¬ etectives Ir-id- They are the prettiest in town and will he sold at closing out prices Remember we will not he undersold and it will pay you well to give us J BUTCHER SHOP m 1 imcin J1 Yours for Quick 2- Cash Sales ii m ALL KINDS OF F Â¬ Weckesser IDD FRESH MEATS -- Â¬ The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard Â¬ Â¬ ICE ICE ICE ICE Â¬ H0TELJLELAND D VJT Jtrrrrrrn Ju8 w ue LHUNDRY i MAGAZINE 1895 TW DUNCAN CO HERE IT IS Complete Novel MnBARGAINBE y p a n u te 7- ATTRACTIONS Mil WIITEE - Hose to Loan I T -- Â¬ o SOLICITED Rich-mon- FOR RENT City Property Timely Warning rtmEirsrSI BUCKEYEI NEW GOODS mm BAKING POWDER dr illUZ I 1 OINTMENT SALE 1 FORV BARGAINS i Blankets Comforts Canton Flannels and Flannels at Prices never heard of before Â¬ Â¬ I ELDER evy -- J S I 1- When the CiiMw went to press last the tiial of Wm Tavlor for the WKPNKSPAY DEC IS lv4 I K t y Viis in DM numb The iwurt appointed ttorneys Tolbert Between the Acts Jackson and Usees t lay to defend the red D Ij to- itipciDutor prisouer Ipou tlieir motion tne plea nl guilty was withdrawn and that awl D a vat tlie guiltv suUtiiuted The trial was thor ough and impaitial every witness called tor by the defendant was hrought into t tlit- kit u re to night at court and gave testimony The princi- Â¬ rt lmuse pal W a ere Miss lncv The Kveninp News published at tnllen the aunt of Mr Dotya deceaaed - suspend wile who had charge ol his hoisehoM publication atlairs 6snan Kavauaugh a colored man is fast learning to liuih who worked for h m and lived in a cabin will make a world beater if lie Lee near his house Will Taylor the defend ant and Ahe and Tom hit hrnthers The Mi Murray will preach in evidence was most conclusive hut all Rev H tliurch at Kingston next Sun- - dmiht was removed by the evidence of the defendant or confession it may le more BvnfCrly termed which is a lol- 11 will have a pnhb est Saturday at 10 We shucked corn on Fridav In the afternooon I went to Mr htys harn rnlow Jameson a well known and Unseat Itavaaaaajb asked me to help the uiirht him and Mr IKity to do some work on at his li of the ham Hmthers Tim and AIk- - came down We bitched up - for rent team and hauled corn and ireen helped Wance to put team away and fed He asked in a izx location me what time we would start that night 1 told him very soon s anl lor whisky They 1 got pistol and saddle withft me Uirday nijjht out thought of murder just as ajcga who ap on a frolic I went to the harn oeued it caught mule and had bridle in left hand when Mr IiMy walked up beÂ¬ iii the lrei l tween the lance and harn He said ptaat and EMer Smith up which frightened me He n churches haii came closer and I shot him The mule broke and ran and I went around oppoe - Steplx site I the i reek oiiie in Apia and vertook the lsiys They said who f apoplexy kacetnber Rth was that aborting reckon I did were buried on the hilt 1 didnt use the had laniriiage tin about bijeh reported I am a preacher and pro- christian and never swear iloud Th laughter in court room indue reproved the Main i I W audience lireeii K asked it bridle WM lr on mule anil he look off bridle and li Mr Irewitt oi carried it hack to barn by upper side not near Mr Ilitvs ImkIv I never n touched Mr Doty when I slut him ta Saturday several weeks before 1 asked the Madison courts lie Mr Doty if he had rented our hoi coun- next year He aid he had not hut sl 1 did t of making a change not in the examine pistol Knew it had fnur loads carried it in riirht hand to harn then in t to stahle alter supper wil- - pocket little cloudy Pat Dutys Iroui t n the bridle on mule and had mule out when venue to Hold up He said wn a five nothing inure hut had his hand in his in iuirove I and walked toward roe I drew and the but said nothing and we looked at ity are tn tlier fur a uiiniit the nnile be as It en I shut having drawn II Mvci out of harn I did i away aim He did not He fall at tirst shot hut turned without limit know what did after a two mid time He was to harn door I never touched r 7 -- Mi I I went and joined the boys him had the nerve to shoit rr hut I sai I if I have killed the mrt-liinÂ¬ 1 THE CLIMAX The Duty Murder PERSONAL A Letter to Sauta Clans Bw Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 it 1 1 H tuber t - em sorry for it went to lied Green went ti Didn liarn m different direction him until he come to get spur ai Duty a and he a an 1 1 llkll HiUIlds r jury brought in a verdict at noon the lLih instant ii W - deliberation of guilty of murder in the liist degree and tixed his punishment at death- grounds for a new Hisatti Nichoi the trial which was overruled by the court Irvine would le a Saturday rooming The prisoner was irt by the jailer ade paper seat crowd ever assembled in the w S W siui- - coart room and sentence of death WM iixin him by Judge Scott loii in to tin tsked if he had any legal cause to spun iittle pal- how why he should not he a irter wide Brother that he had not that he had we thinL we understand tha committed the deed and bow regretted than j -- it coart then stated that the crime A corresondent ii tlie CoariersJoor- brutal and atrocious int in a rommuni ever committed and without any pallia tea tin- fol that death was a lit pan lowing fnnnv mistake in reporting tlie iabment fur such a deed both under the r trial mandates oi divine and human laws At HHti to day the jury which eon Notwithstanding the brutality of the act graphed In the which merited dath the law in its chari Â¬ Tavlor w when eiuitetl will appear oho ty woulil give him ample time to prepare i the three paper which have for his appearance before the Supreme the newa of the tragedy and jit de Judge of the Universe rately rats an arlv and He therefore ordered that the Sheriff r Jotirnal the LoaaariOe Tinier of Madison county should hang Win ii Kentucky Register This pictuit Taylor by the neck until dead in an in- oerenir o Insure in the Court house yard in the em where in nond Kentucky between sunrise and r hearing and n Friday January 11 lor there is no doerv Taylor showed indifference aa to his ivlor will die on the raaokL fate and expressed himself as nut caring now sahji the dav would come all right and ftive i and Tunes penner credit Iw WhlllllSi hf all the news sent them b Wednesday at the residence of Squire undent hut how in th he writer riant las D li le Mr Waller Quisenberrj Lisle Hev I T Creek rarv the Beejeter which and Miss Kmm the murder eoceiT officiating Attendants Mr J L Mc iiiav morning the 14th Cord and Miss Reed Haggard After two days alter all the occurreti remony a reception was tendered id our coin pre them at the home of the groom near this nurse he has refereuct city where they will reside The groom Ianlagraph lnitl is one il our hest farmers a highly culti caane out in the interim be Mien gentleman while the bride of the most gentle and lovable of Clark tween the murder and dale of Wim lence and contained full and fail countys fairest daughters ta of same of eon Democrat n his part and the ph The anvriaaa of Mr F D Sane which he speaks should show ti junior member of the grocery IrmefG r lantagraph instead of the Bajue S and F D Gaines of Lancaster to ler lamie C Curry daughter of Theo Christaias Flaar announced to take place Zaranga latent Flour is the it the Christian church next Wednes S tisfaction Try it lav evening Decemler lit at 5 oclock For the Ix netit of tho e The contracting parlies are leaders in sowho want nice Christmas flour we havt ciety at this place and are verv popular ecially for nice looking Mi Curry has long been a lelle in LanTry it caster society while Mr Gaines is one of A Mill Co J W Zakim Gba the most promising young business men F2x in the county liar Fare ta Lexialaa Kr- I -i Â¬ Â¬ KxjKisitiou the kn v Ohio Railway will sell round trip ti Lets to Lexington at one fare on Iec 17th to Jan tot IMl Kv- n act iiiiiit of Thursday evening December 7th at the home of the brides cousin W A larrish Decatur Illinois occurred the marriage of Mr Albert King of eryone should visit Lexingtou during Athens Ky to Miss Hattie Powell of liday season while these low rates that city Only a few relatives and are on Excellent novel entertainments The wedding ar friends weie present heen secured by the ExjMisition rangements were uuique and elegant and management and the merchants are the ceremony was performed oy Rev ading themselves on large assort - tie ortre F Hall of the Decatur Christian miailfi of holida goods church Mr King is one of Fayette v nVuancr I V A countys prosperous farmers a good business man and opular in the section A art w here he resides His bride is a former iajr Richmond lady being a grand daughter r correspondent from Valley View of P F Adams and niece of Post wag dearly in error aliout the repairs to Powell of this place She is a refined urch having been stopped for rea young lady of estimable character and tel Iecause the repairs are done has many friends here who wish the UlanLon preached for the people twain eternal sunshine and happiness in the church there Saturday evening Mr and Mn King will soon return to and Sundav morning and it is announced Athens to reside that Walter Miller a student from the Far Keat College at Lexington will next Sun lay morning and evening A house and four acres of land on West seems to be a perfect understand- Main street A desirable location CHP ing in Valley View that any religious denomination can use the church for preaching when it is not eaeanei another This seems the right way and By law we are compelled to collect all the christian people of Valley View taxes now Come and settle without de- w juld like to see the church used every Sunday morning and evening in Â¬ Â¬ the Taxes Mrs Joe Can is visiting in Cincinnati this week Mr Thompson Human and bride have returned home 1il Will Hart of Somerset made a short visit here last hr Miss irginia Chenanlt has returned to her home in Mt u i Hon C J Hroii ton of Lexington was in town on business last Krid Mat S Cohen the saddle horse man is tle AT HOMK Till KsliAl MJUMMI in HllstonvUI thw umuL Miss Hettie Hall of Paris is visiting J Dear ulil Santa My mother told me if I would he her coiiMii Miss Nancy Hall in this good bo and let her wash tnv face with lit v ul r ol11 writ vu wllt l H Mrs Dim A Jackson was the guest t I always cry whei Mrs Alex Anderson of Danville last bring me Christmas 1 am washed hut I didnt cry this morn week ing and will not cry any more if you will Mrs Then Hacker is able to be out bring me what I want I have beea again after her recent sick spell of sever sucking uiv tongue ever since 1 was I al weeks little bahv but 1 am getting to be a bkj Allen Smith of Louisville boy now and am going to tin it it if can of Judge Hoke was a caller at the Cum IX am goiiit wherje my mother wants ti office Monday go and will not cry to come home unti Miss Lacy Laekey who has ecn visit- she gets ready to come Mother says I ing in Ilark county for several weeks tear up everything she buvs me but has retained home didnt want her to tell you but please C W Miller of Irvine a student of bring me what I want and I will quit Centre College dropped in to pay the taking the arm off of my chair and will not ti ar up a single thing you bring mt Climw his respects Monday Well Santa Claus Mrs F Weckesser and children have this Christmas I had better tell you what I want so I returned from an extended visit among can get pa to mail mv letter so you will friends in Illinois and Missouri get it in time for Xmas Mrs W W Barajp who has ln en Well to begin with I want a little ren quite sick for the past week is much im- just like Jims It just shouts with a proved and will soon be able to be out stopper and will not hurt anybody again want a little horn I have a drum so Miss BettieGatea accompanied by her ymi neednt bring that My mother is nephew Master Willie dates of Paint going to make me a little uniform suit Lick neighborhood sjent last week in and Archies mother is going to make our city him one and we are going to march heal Judge James Flannigan of Winches- our drums blow our horns and have a ter ansa visitor in Richmond Saturday good time I want a train with an en He is a well known and popular visitor gine and I want a bi vcle so I can go up town and come home with pa rate Hot at man the gentlemanly piNow Santa Claus haint asked you ano tuner of Lexington well known in for many things so I think roo wili Richmond has accepted a position in the East and will visit his patrons here no bring them I am a little boy just four yean old Mother says will not get more anything when I get to he a big hoy Miss Clara Merahon a very attractive wish could stay little all the til young ladv of Stanford came ocr Mon can get what I want hut I know wont day to visit relatives line Merahon for I am nearly aa big a- - pa now ao you visited here last summer and made must bring me lots of things while I am many friends who are always glad to little I guess I had better close for this welcome her return time I will write to you again next Drand Mrs Povntz assisted by their Christmas Remember me Cbtiatmaa is daughter Miss Kathleen entertained the ill a k Your little friend faculty of If F I last Friday evening Ci n R TiioitiR The occasion wis highly enjoyed by the P S Santa Clans mother savs she aaeata The host ami hostess are not would like to have something nice if excelled in their cordial hospitality and your nionev dont give out betore you I dont know what it is delightful to lie numbered among get to our boose the entertained iii their bright and cheer- Â¬ she wants You can bring her anything ful home vou want to C K Tiioiiie L L Doty of Lancaster was here COKKESPONDKNCE Tuesday frmn Richmond where be at tended the burial of Sjuire Doty KDKMiX Bryan of Texas who visited Mr- Phillip Hill paid his mule W H Hill H A Crutcber is now visiting in Rich Mrs Chenanlt and daughter a flying visit the othet day mond Mi- Dr TJ Fain and family will in a have removed to Richmond Anna Crutcher of Richmond is visiting short time move to Crab Orchard T B CrutchMrs Ben A Cretcher Squire John A Hans has moved up on er Jr was in Richmond Tuesday in a Mam street so as to be handy to hi social way- - Kicholasville Democrat store John If Burton and family have gone James H Marcum one of the leading attorneys of the Breathitt bar was coun to porta unknown They left in the sel for the defense in the ease of the night Commonwealth va Nun K Patton and Esekiel Hendren of Jessamine county SO well did he handle the case that his has been visiting friends and relatives at client was scqoitted of a ehargi this place which it was thought he would be con There is a good tide m the Kentecky victed Mr Marcum - a young man river at last Look out for saw logs you imt he is able to hold his own in a con- Â¬ mill men test with tkoae of atore mature age and Major Given T Stapp of Buckeye we predict for him a billlint career in Garrard county died December 10th the line of his profession h was nearly eighty years of age It is a source of gratification to the pa A basket supper was given at Salem trons ol Mrs Hoggs select school as church for the lienetit of the church well as to that cultivated lady to note Baskets sold at prices ranging from fifty the rapid progress her pupil- - are making cents to four dollars They received in all departments particularly in that about S45 doilai of art We had the pleasure recently of Dr John Perkins has purchased Oliver inspecting the work of one of her De Â¬ Tudors house and lot at this place and is lias Clyde Talbott in crayon and going to live here and practice his pro oil which is highly creditable to that 0 He ia a good young doctor and accomplished young lady who is di we are proud to have him in our town toned pursues this study with earne-t- - He is a KM of T K Perkins of FoztOWn tther pupils of the school ai TTT R doing remarkablv well in art liLUEA Mrs Kniina Walker Herr of the IllusThe mock trial given under the aus trated Keutuckian has been the recipf the Phi Delta Literary Society ient of several handsome complimentary Six young was held here hist night attentions since the fox chase in Bath men having been arrested for kidnapping county a few weeks ago which occasion with intent to kill were tried before she graced with her presence adding Judge Dodge the acting President of much to the pleasure of others with her W D Caiuh e the victim College bright the never waning enthusiasm and her of the assault swore that he recognized Alter conversation and feminine wit some of the prisoners and his roommate the chase she received a beautiful grey B P Iy man testified to another Later fox skin a joint gift from eastern spott Mr Iiman turned States evidence and ing papers and she has also just received confessed being a party to the crime a superb red fox skin The Kilite attenalleging as his reason that Mr Caudee tion of A I F Kenney of Worcester talked in his sleep From his testimony a lover of the chase owner ol the Mas positive evidence was secure against and who admired the en ii leading to the leader of the criminals thusiasni and dariug horsemanship of his conviction and sentence for uinetv Mrs Heir at the late chase The chase nine yearn During the progress of the turned out badly as far as finding any trial one of the prisoners escaped but and it seems that Mrs Herrs was recaptured friends are determined that she shall not At the close of the trial a statement le without trophies of former chases at made by the leader of the gang developed auy rate I xington Press the fact that two of the real criminals t w ing to the purchase of a large body had served ujmju the jury The trial was of land in Mexico by the Embry broth held iu the rooms of the Phi Delta Society ers lalton tmtiry Cincinnati iienrv and was largely attended and Wallace Kmbrv LoaJeviUe John Ii It has excited a more than local interEmbry Nicholasville and O J Wiggins was by some under est as the ciime Cincinnati Nicholasville is to lose one of stood as real and as each has been widely Â¬ its most valued citizens Johu B Em circulated through the pijers of the bry who leaves for Mexico Tuesday to country locate ou what js known as the San Miof land has an guel Ranch Tlie tract VIEW VALLEY area of 45000 acres and is in the exBora to the wife of Robt Adams Dec country be treme southern part of that tween the Isthmus of Tehuautepec and 12th a boy Miss Winnie Maupins school closes the town ol Coatzacoalcos and about 40X1 It next Friday of the Citv of Mexico miles south wa- - purchased from the Bank of Eng Preaching here next Sunday by Mr land John H Fanbrv will reside on the Walter Carpenter of Lexington land and have all the care and manage Miss Dunn of Clark couuty is visiting ment of the products of the ranch About her sister Mrs C B Dunn this week 20000 acres will be cultivated in cotton Mrs Susan Maguire returned last tobacco rubber corn oranges pineap w eok from a visit to friends at Rogers and indigo The vanilla jepper ville woodland on the ranch is mostly mahog Â¬ Dr Blanton of Richmond preached any aud ebony Included in the purchase are about ti000 cattle and a large here Saturday night and Sunday to a number of horses Coflee and sugar lar crowd 11 11 will probably be the largest products iostous father and mother o there being about 500000 coffee trees on Patriot Indiana are spending a few davs The residence on the with him here the plantation ranch is built entirelv of mahogany The flue to the church since our last The nearest town is Coatzacoalcos about writing has been built and the members 25 miles oh with a population of 1800 of the different denominations have beaud has railroad connection with the come reconciled toward each other and City of Mexico There are 120 Indian with one voice they praise God for families living on the ranch who fur- which we are thankful nish the labor required to cultivate the One day last week two Jims from up land and look after the cattle The men the way passed through our midst acting work for 8 per month and the women gay aud grand One young lady we er year There are no heard was scared at their gayety Good Mexicans in that section of the country will sometimes feel lively after but the Indians all speak Spanish Mr feasting at the source of evil which is Embry will have an interpreter He will in the charred staves of oak not take his family with him on coHtrt Ttt of the illness of oue of his children 11 VINE Our community can ill nlford to loe so Countv Court day last Monday atvaluable a citizen as Mr Embry but he tendance not large No stock of conse is so enthusiastic over the ultimate suc I his venture that his friends here quence The new jail is now occupied by Jailer hope he will return soon to his Kentucky home a millionaire Jessamine Powell He is much pleased with the change from his old quartern He hat Journal several boarders Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The icvestigation of the bank bo Wortdt Fair Highest Meonl aa4 OtatosM As the Climax is supposed to be ii some occult manner in communicatioi with Santa Claus the following lette found its way on our desk and is duly referred to the liver of goodly pr uihmI cheer von tna so Iimihear from the letter We heard of an- n ljue Qne ju8t 0 missive to Santa who after writing coi j t the thuiies that the spirit oi Mt coiiespondence might go out as r to the old saint on behalf ol so far completed that the assignee are thle to state that there is a shortage in If cDoweUa aceounto of alout 17000 in PINEVJLLE IX a FIX Â¬ liif -- j ujr -- son-in-la- 1 1 Â¬ ash besides several thousand dollars of insurance and other notes many his own that are left as collateral for money The entire shortage is reported as ibont 13000 A small tide in the river enabled Judge D Ingell to run aliout 800 logs from Creek to the Bottl Mill where they are securely boomed Sawing will com Â¬ mence at once and a large number of idditional logs are ready to come down when the stage of the water will permit J C Potts has been assigned to a place as storekeeper and goager at A D Pow ells He has in consequence resigned his position as teacher in our schools The vacancy will be tilled by Rev B lones John M and Walter Park were ob served on our streets Monday P L Hume and Hugh Riddell went to Mt Sterling Sunday to be present at Court day sales J C Gribbin moved his household fixtures back to Toledo Tuesdav Miss Mayans Hume gave a Spook Party to a number of her young friends on last Miss Wednesday evening Hume entertained her guests with her usual graceainl all left with a deep if gratitude to her for the pleasant evenÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ing Miss Louise Hume of Atchison Kansas who has been the guest of her brother P L Hume for some months past returned home Monday she will be in Irvine society Â¬ Pineville has two mavors at least two gentlemen claim to have been duly elected to the ofijee Of course one will le left on the final summing up but just now they are both mayors in their minds The board met according to the Messenger on the night of Decem ber 3d and elected Mr F G B temporary chairman When the question of elei ting a mavor came up the chair announced the following rulings 1st the vote should le a secret ballot 2d a majority of the board should elect and 3d no candidate would be allowed to vote for himself As the result of the first ballot Isaac Heskina received three votes f Hurst two C Herat one The chair refused to allow Mr Hoskins rote on the ground that he voted for himself Query How did he know it being a secret ballot Allowing Hums vote he would have had a majority of all the votes but the chair called it a tie The second ballot was taken giving Hoskins three and C Hurst three Huskies vote again having been thrown out under the ruling The chair again declared it a tie and cast his vote for Hurst declaring him the choice of the board Hoskins has taken the oath of office and the city is now doubly blessed The question of election hinges on the fact that ao protest or exceptions were made to the rulings by Hoskins before going into the election Ivory I ATT ENT10 N jU w F A RM ERS 1 VW aha 6 0 AP hi Pay the Hiobest market Price For w Ikw hIEAT and CORN g GUST0tt GRINDING 25 pounds of good flour GIVEUSATRIAI J W m J EVERY DAY For every bushel of good white ear corn we will give I k t fFloats VJ a GAMBLE CO - ZARIttG GRAIN 5 MILL CO i i T - BE5T FOX 5HIRT5 OK PROCTER fefnllr BIB P l- OB HalidayGreetingsll WE H LtLEBRATt Customers m JpBBnnta P PALMER- Taxes Pav your taxes now and save cost must come now J P Smimoss S M Our new lines now on sale 6- - It C ur young ladies and gentlemen have foimed a dramatic club ijnd will give an entertainment December 27th for the In iietit of Irvine Lodge No U F iic A M The well known Watchmaker and Jewel er cornea boldly to the front and oners a com pie ti ro his patrons Do not fail to call on him and jok at the elegant assortment and hear his low down kfrtl The close of the Year in a Profitable Manner to our Palmer Any one who has children will rejoice with L B Mulford of Plainfield N His little boy five years of age was sick with croup For iwo das and nights he tried various remedies recommended bv friends and neighbors I He sas thought I would lose him I had seen Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 1 Mrs Jas Kelly of this countv who with her husband has been spemlint sometime away from here passed through Irvine on her way home Friday When she had gotton only a short distance from town she was taken ill on the Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised roadside a passing farmer seeing her and thought I would try it as a last hope condition hastily dispatched himself for and am happy to say that alter two doea physician but before he arrived she he slept until morning I gave it to him had given birth to a bouncing baby girl next Jay and a cure was effected I keep She inquired what the gentlemans wifes this remedy in the house now and a name was and on being told Rhoda as any of my children show signs of croup said My baby is named Rhoda The I give it to them and that is the last of it physician took charge of mother and 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by V F child until her friends arrived Powers and T S Hagan Two men were arrested here Friday Leave your measure for a suit to order night suspected of having robbed the ex at Stoufters tariff oft sale 21 33 Ihce at lieattyville They refused B announce holiday The R N I to give their names and business and were jailed They had a number of let- Â¬ rates of one and one third fare for round ters in their possession some of them trip Tickets on sale Dec 22d to 2sth from a prisoner in New York The jail- and Dec 29th to Jan 1st limited to Jan S 27 er telegraphed the Sheriff of Lee county neglect your insurance who came and took charge of the pri- Dont Powell Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Royal Windsor Roval Sti on Crown Oxford Omamc - in Tea Balls SiWei N Match Case Grip Clucks Clove Buttonera H it Marks Coat Marks Bcok M Paper Cutters SterliiiT Silver Pea Berry Snoous Fort Fork- wis Chi Meat lu Cream Ladle Lettuce Forks Forks acd S Gold and Silver Bracelets Watches ot every kind Je elrv in endless variety - t with all the pre cious stones Link Cuff Buttons set with Diamonds Elegant line of imported earring Â¬ CASH PRICES Handsome Candelabra Banquet Lamps Sfrrl eaaEHBaBni mm WM ftk SfrH Aiwa 8 purchasers by giving them ready to help out late g- Pi - b p BARGAINS THAT ARE t XLOOKED H JB FOR f WHAT tAMVWW T I m tySiy This IS HOW WILL DO n all Dreaa Good we will give you tlie regular price On all Clothing we will give jron I VI J off ii soners Turley 32 Â¬ EDUCATIONAL Saturday being the date an nounced for the association in the Million district a number of teachers trust- Â¬ ees and patrons assembled in Antioch church where a very pleasant day was spent The discussions were not so enthusiastic universal nor interesting as has narked some of the previous meetings However we came away feeling that it was good to have been there This complete the list of the county as sociations with the exception of Richmond which will not be held until the new building ia completed After which ociations will assume more of the form of a literary circle and will continue through the winter and spring Last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Look out for res as veil as storms Powell 3c Turley Dont go tosleepover your insurance 3- f On account of the stringency in money markets we can no longer do a credit bu iness and have dei ided to do luisi - 0NUYF0RCASHJ We must have money on g We want to Jive and let Iie The only way to do this is to ne to CASH Pay us nionev and we w js on a less margin than we do on the credit si stem Grai Sugar 20 pounds for a dollar Brown Suears 24 pounds tor a This notice takes et tect imn Poweli Turley 2- - Powell 3 2 Turley pay all fire losses Powell regular price On till Uoeierj we will give yoe from the regular pri e On ill Ladies and Childrens Underwear we will off from the regular price give you n all Blanl off from the regular price On all Fire insurance Shirts drawet suits o Turley the regular price We have complel llas and Caps we will giTi oil from 32 us hats caps with tariff off at Stoutiers -- area great many that p 1 Â¬ Price a hat or cap at Stoufters with tariff off and be surprised 13 The best companies adjust promptly Turley Powell 32 in ot then thai we rive yon 14 tune will not perm i to ennmer I T A rurwAi 11 -- r BY An An An An An An An An An An An At 1 4 QFFWE MEAlN CJ Â¬ Underwear and so never were as 21 price as now at Stoufters low 3 We Are article ne sold for art ai is The oldest clothing house in Richmond where to buy cloMiing Stouacr 21 Â¬ The competitive examination which has already been twice announced will be held in the County superintendents otlice next Saturday- - Let all who desire one of the four beneficiaries be present on that day take the examina- Â¬ tion and strive for the highest grade Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THE PEOPLE Who have knocked into a cocked-hat all the Old Fowyw ideas in the hoot and shoo business The 1Q0 per cent Profit and Bantering System is a thing of the jwst and we point with pride to ur if Bank Ofa m J article we sold tor arti article are sold for article we sold for irt ii The reguar nual meeting ofthe stockThe Inion City school taught by J holders of the Richmond National Bank Kentucky for election of a E Laater closed Saturday night with a 01 Richmon public entertainment Inion has one Board of Directors to serve during the enduing ear will be held at their bank of the largest schools in the county but in ollice on Tuesday Januarv S 95 not the proper facilities for a first calss school However before the beginning J E CREENCEPF of another school year the people of this asriir district contemplate erecting a new and commodious building aI An An arii An art An art - - 11 We cordially invite all who We want to reduce our stock and offerunc these Bargains aun i t clap trap doilee hut a alwa - r por-- Rapidly hug Trads Â¬ ii The schools of the county have been furnished with about sixty charts which after carefully as should now be look the schools are closing and the houses are being left vacant for the winter These charts should receive prompt attention and be placed in a chest or box where they will be well preserved The charts though thought to be expensive have proien to be what the schools so much needed The time has also arrived when no good teacher will attempt to teach without them of km Â¬ V7E DESERVE IT in- Â¬ Â¬ The regular annual meeting of the National stockholders of the Second Bank of Richmond Kentuckv for election of a Board of Directors to serve daring the ensuing vear will he held at their hanking office on Tuesday January 8 1886 For the style of our lusiiiss We advertise spires confidence only as we are prepared to sell Look You save money Look These an- only a part of - R E TfJRlEY Â¬ tasijr 28 30 lire our bargains Ladies Genuine Dongola ton lat Tip 91 But- Â¬ HJSTRENG S m JfJ 1 r ifp iSovTiJ - WHITE GIBSON Â¬ Â¬ Ttf The Superintendents office has been STRAYED OR favored with a program of The Southern Educational Association which is to be held in Galveston Texas December lii From Geo Masters farm on Silver l7 and L8 Kentucky has the honor of Creek on Thursday nijjht the llth furnishing the President W H Bar- Â¬ instant a light bay horse mule 3 y ears old past 1 hands high mane latelv tholomew of Louisville The names of sheared and tail sheared last spring some halt dozen other prominent Kenscar on right hind hock and a small tucky educators appear on the program knot on nostrils I will pay a liberal Among them that of Hon A L Peter reward for delivery or information so Hotel rates have as to get said mule man of Lexington WM ROBERTS been reduced for this occasion by the 28 28 leading hotels of the city to 2 per day Railroad rates from all points distant 100 miles or more from Galveston will be one fare for the round trip to be sold SIO ft The Reliable and Trustworthy Firm Who are located in the Pillinuham building on the south- comer ot Second and Mam streets RICHMOND ion to tne tact tnar KY desire are STILL DOING BUSINESS AND LOIS OK IT 1 I Ladies Genuine Lace 90 cents Ladies Glove Solid 1 Pebble Goat rain Button all OUR NEW STOCK OF I 1 Â¬ Ladies Pat Tip Dongola Button llod Pat Tip Spg Heel NEW GOODS Is now on our shelves RfVrTfi j ft ft Â¬ Dei ember Â¬ Â¬ of ten davs from date of sale Head Remaining unpaid on the first day 01 Janquarter of the association will be on the main floor of the Beach Hotel overlook- uary will be collected by sale of property ing the Gulf of Mexico and cost added J P SIMMONS S M C A Child Enjoys Â¬ 8 L4 and 25 with final limit TAXES Real Estate Ladies Bq 1160 Mens Boots solid High Top all HT TO FVtfTT rPO nrHlftas nf what our competitors may do OUR STOCK IN WE 1150 Boots LACE DEPARTMENT Boys solid High Top all j I The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing eftects of S rup of Figs when in need of a laxative and if the father or mother be costive or bilious the most gratifying results follow ita use so that it is the best family remedy known and every fatnilv should have a bottle on hand Â¬ II line of knit slip- Â¬ colors see Window a FORV 0 Just received pers in all Display Is complete and adapted to the season The only inducements we offer are first class Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Ira P Wetinore a prominent real estate agent of San Angelo Texas ha used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for several years as occasion required and al I He says ways with perfect success find it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery I now Teel that my outfit is not complete without a bottle of this remedy at home or on a trip away from home For 6ale by W T Powers and T S Hagan Â¬ BYV W EVANS SON Â¬ For rent or exchange an elegant residence of S 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 ready for business Will exchange for a good farm or rent for a term of years cheap Remember we have the largest stock of Boots and Shoes of any hoiisp in Richmond We are headquarters for Ladies line Shoes iu all the latest styles BARGAINS I Call on us before purchasing else- Â¬ r where ft DO NOT FAIL To Visit Our ft Mens Hue Shoes in all varieties shapes and pri miles ol Richmond A FARM in 2 B announce rates of Good improved land at The R N I ii P- acre 3010 to Galveston Texas and return on A FARM directly on a good turnpike account of the Southern Educational As- Â¬ Tickets on sale Dec J2d 23d road jJi mile from town Good tobac sociation and 24th limited to eleven days from date co land and tobacco barn Price I50 per 27 28 of sale acre For rheumatism I have found nothing miles of A FARM of 83 acres in 2 It equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm Richmond Good land and improve- Â¬ J ments relieves the pain as soon as applied 50 per acre pay men W Va The - WMWl douglasturpinsco Architssts 20 E DEPARTMENT POSITIONS GUARANTEED EH 96 psa College C In addition to this we hand full line of Underwear Handker- Â¬ chiefs Collars and Cuffs Mens Hosiery Suspenders Hats and a full line of Umbrellas and STREET Build JJ RICH1 Dragons Practical easiness J KASHVtLLE TEMH Â¬ Young West Liberty prompt relief it affords is alone worth the cost 50 cents Its continued use will a permanent cure For sale by W K Powers and T S Hagan W f-ct ALSO 14 good houses desirably located n the Citv of Richmond that must be sold aud will sell at a bargain wmm 11 IAIN eej Book-kee- Skortliaaa Write or caatacot Pwrnamhip and Tet- - OHMMM tnan Ban me tmsmtn iter 60 furnish p lans and specif- - jjal to U weeks acbeis BOO students pat jear ao inr tilie books especially adapt OJ HOME ALSO a number of well located lots Mothers will save money by seeing our ace Stf irfei rlnthim This c Are losses pall Turlry ny FowtU T I WBmm I m mier dinner he Ut a cipar and gave iiikins To you think It is true that his friends the benefit of his observa- Â¬ the love of money is the root of all t In Children Gom rrrnstan tions trail y Hraulta U Imbecility dont believe there are more than evil Noteley That depends upon whether public- prints have laUly been a dozen Bucks of these imported quail mentionthe circumstance of an Al Â¬ in the county he said but they she will marry you or not Truth abama woman who has reached the travel around so much they are seen Anki il Bat Not Wanted ars without increase everywhere and in that way pive the Fie who liis just proposed And can rood that of a babe of impression that the fields are full of you pive me no reply is indeed them I met if I asked every frrmer And she gave him a Xo reply N 11 the more so from the there were any quail alwiut The an Y World fact that she remains in fa1 health swer alu a v wis Plenty of them I No Doubt and in iKvsrssion of 9r physical saw a bip Book yesterday or the day eussinp this lusns nattine before Now I feel sure that many of Nodd I have been so worried ard a tor into matters thrar farmers saw the same flock run down that I think I shall have to antlir lou al related to a reporter When the little native quails were take a sea voyage inquirer sour Todd It will probably relieve you ifu they didnt travel alxmt with this and two much A flock would make its home of a preat deal Brooklyn Life or three are worth reproducing in a cornfield a here there was plenty Self Torture h Academy of sienee of food inl coull le found there or ia He Yes i admit I frequently talk aakl much attention to a neighboring1 field at any time The myself is They inn ithin a couple of to She Bow bored you must be Alex of a lad w ho at f - of them before they would rise four feet nine and never knew them to 11 y further Sweet in Texas Siftinps at his shoes He lifted than forty or hlty rods A Georgia Item Besides they ease two hundred pounds and was never flew except when disturbed and Hows real estate in your neighbor much heavy work as a when the does struck a trail thev could hood man Hit his un- - find the flock by followinp it When First class Six candidates to the r than is hunted the lirls would fly back mid front foot Atlanta Constitution ama ildren of his ape and forth in a couple of field- and it was ere his fai to kill a whole Ik vv in an f I uizar e i Jf course that was why the na Â¬ THE MARKETS ustitntioo tive iuail pot killed off ff jointed till four Hut these new fellows seem todoa IMINNATI DeC IS this time lot of their traveling on the wing If fiSoKjATS FLOCR- - Spring patent spring ng family fancy INlUt a fcedinp prouud doesnt suit them io J 40 appetite they fly to another Half a doen times low trade f five his - trailed a flock over a rv Northwestern rve tXjj27U cite his lslv lie farm only to find thai tile Hints perbrl six years flown Win at he market continues about steady I belli Hock now has a emand but ihe r eipLs are ThiT et and his lvat of a dozen or more farms over rowtfa was which it tra M the birds are is No 3 mixed track at 44c 5 cars li hi- - clothes seen at different times oa all the farms ear track at 4J4c tul wider liv- Â¬ niiiiid the receipts ara farmer thinks he has a flock as offerings are quite small at iiess nor pain ing with him just as in the past and lie that is the eaase of the opinion that stronp 10 it Market botes Good snipper lUtidred and fifty quail are plentiful t to me Ml1 ry it w ith ease AI brings home a dium BS5 t ifl run men K The sjx rtman who VtAI Ciivis Marlct lower Fair BSCSafl and his half a dozen birds this year does ummond and large f JvjJ sia his well thouph it was by no means un- Â¬ v heavy and usual for a good shot five or six years it shippers W45 11 I f ma- - ago t twenty or thirty Him 430 common aad in him It was sled the quail are rtainly pr ith the result even thouph SHEEP ami UiiBs Ma ket firm Eitra ut such t killed many yet for they OB common lief ire say that such wary birds can take p trimt Kx 40 commoa and will in care to fair h ilimin- Hut very plentiful RAITrjiRK Iec 15 he sank dubious of this and say that an old- Will at --No - isrd si iiied hard winter will kill on Iebruary No f ref by iple of w inters Besides they ry mild have lan he bards are rather Mav Be stupid an weather whit r the westen in fact then- i very little use hunt Â¬ x0 four ing them on But thouph inches in mbters among the mnrToaa fee i thev all approve of the at Jnal No i Milwaukee tempt to restock the county with nto howvc Wai for her ever it lie is ant of the United Empire ired Coa that he uir old mixtd 53 think- be a law passed to ricm game out of 2 hirapo S tc f the the country le sees in this attempt stern thev were tad wm with Toledo d let u Yankee quail an effort to foment au- Wh red cash ft heir N pirl Coaa So j nixedeasaai SURE SIGN OF EARLY DECAY 1 leo narper s I2sT iviagazine 1S9S Â¬ 1 trHJB -- i I f - I rj I Conte Northern Africa is attracting more attention than at any other time since it was the seat of empires The next volume of Harpers Magazine will contain four illus trated articles on this region and three of them wffl depict the present life there Julian Ralph will prepare for the Maga zine a erie- of eight stories depict typical phases of Chinese Life and M inrs Bcsidesthe long stories there begin in the January number the first ch ters of A Three Part Novelette by Ri ard Harding Davis the longest work attempted by this writer Complete sh stories hv popular writers will continue be a feature of the Magazine Send for illustrated prospectus The volumes of the Magazine begin with the numbers for June and December of each year When no time is mention ed subscriptions will begin with the number current at the time of receipt of order Cloth cases for binding 50 cents each bv mail postpaid Title page and index sent on application Remittances shoud be made by post office money order or draft to avoid chance of Newspapers are not to copy this ad Â¬ vertisement without the express order of Harper Brothers Â¬ anions Enghuh novelists it will be conceded by all ciitics that Thos Hardy stands foremost as a master artist in fiction and the Simpletons may be expected to arouse enthusiasm not inferior in degree to that which has marked Trilby the most suc cessful story of the year Another leading feature will be the Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by the Sieur Louis de The Simpletons a new novel bv Tho Hardy will be begun in the December nivnber iSVj4 and continued to Novembet 1891 Whoeer may be ones favorite rails mm mM as tj llf ibiilJTJiri Sill 2 FOR ajrpig 111 HOEVER YOU ARE KEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE m - R N I B R R 1 VriniJI 3 in Come to Us and We Can We arc going to take stock in a few weeks and we want to turn our goods into money lxfore that time Our loan is your gain Dont buy until you see our prices which will give you 2 worth of goods for one 500 Mens suits worth 10 for 150 200 riovs suits worth SooO for 2J 2 knee suits worth 2 fot Si 40 250 Mens overcoats worth 10 for 2 Mens shoes worth IM for 7 cents Ladies shoes worth 2 for SO cents Childrens shoes worth 7 cents for 25 cents 500 ladies cloaks at 7 cents Time Table No 22 In fect Nov 18 1894 1T Cl- AAM UlllK11 Ef- Â¬ 2N m Hi If yon Satisfy You want clean tender juicy steaks call on na We ken tin- verv beet meat ft all kitil Nunc bat the Ix st bntcben empioved and make a specialty of delivering neat promptly and at the exact tjnn- it wanted Ladies -- ncialiv ltivitiil to call ami see our new Imi ami tlif war we do business - r 7 M AM M 10 A M 1211 57 m Richmond r 8l2 30 5 y JC M I II p Lnon at 1140 ffilB Si pfljj Mens liootfl at Sl 25 each Calico 3 cents a yard 11 Mens caps at 10 cents each m ffflsl frvrnc WEST Irvine wk sfgl pa ami Erg pa Cotton hats i cents hat Cotton cents a yard Gingham Scents a yard Silk handkerchiefs 10 cents Handkerchiefs 5 cents Hose cents Socks i cents Wide ribbon S cents Indies vests l cents Pins li papers eaajML Remember everything must be sold out I nt buy elsewhere until you get our prices we will be loner than others Hf ELAJMZC C TOIT cSc ca i T WELLS Manager r M P H Mohr njTjTjTjTJiruTjijru mil i iruxnjirtn ruUUXruniJijuvruTjjTjarL 6 10 A JNLW El J- HflKUWflKho HEATING Ver ai M pen t new YORK I have opened a New Hardware St re at No 14 Beeond Street and slmll handle the best line in town COOKING STOVES WARE flerSOlJrMlijl iSgflJlfHH rsnwsratSMtiirarrHJrfli hja0fWkiB - mnisnvfc - jsnJfiiiirU r STOVES GRATES TIN ROOFS TIN- Â¬ W II CUTLERY GUTTERING HARPERS PERIODICALS Harpers Magazine one vear Harpers Weekly Harpers Bazar Harpers Young People 4 00 4 00 4 OO 2 m ITMeTrWWrIWirilJs nPaTSriTrtlirrtl o rn te1 rtu ta rtU tei rHJ te frtU raj RiJ ri- rFfcLI HW misj maLWfth AND FARMING I IMPLEMENTS None better J r miBitii 11 00 1 -- Postage free to all subscribers in the United States Canada and Mexico Addre s NOTICE TO handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows f MIDLAND ROUTE 3 Sl HARPER P O Box 959 N Y City BROTHERS Pi1 ml I also have in connection a Tinshon with W D Rnckh v thp best tinner in the State in charge Gntterineand roofinir done on sliort notice c r f S rjTJXinjXrUTJTJ UTJTruuTJUXrux u P 11 II n i KMKK miii aisaa at P r liaaiti -- iaa usen M Harpers Bazar IlsT 1395 THE PEOPLE B IS pglii fTri rLnrLnjuxTLn r- rurnhxtrinjxnTuiuajinrixLnrLnji harrows plows S nnn rLruxTLrui c 3 5 j rall5 Â¬ Â¬ ei- - the Ouecr Tilings About h ire three things that i attract traveler from the states ieral dulli ine is ess t rata i tiiat apnea bare-ther is ad poliee-- tnrity ai- - iaav nil it ia and London - blacked AL STATISTICS lass for One Vear In tmsett me ins of the b vc and a rk so lie made to do it over n neint siiM rslil ion I r t just f that a I in any in the the tilth of sew out certain incauta- n the disease to a r other was burying of the plaster Then if it up he ind the ill man was lalady This is an old uried out ac Capt Itonrke by the Mexi can In It is probably of Spanish origin llo v Â¬ Â¬ Eleirant and excluive designs for out door and indoor toilettes drawn from Worth models by Sandoz and Chspuis are an important feature These appear ererj week accompanied by minute de criptions and details Our Pariii letter bv Catherine de Forest is a week v trans dipt of the latest stues and caprices in the mode Under the head of New York Fathions plain directions and full particulars given as to shapes fabrics trimming and accessories of the costumes of well dressed women Childrens Clothing receives practical attention A fort nightly pattern sheet supplement enables res tis to cut and make theii own gowns r4c catil 44c No 3 whits The woman who takes Harper Bazar is Ob prepared lor every occasion in life cere Â¬ Nv tradiss monious or informal where beautiful dress is requisite An American serial Or Warricks IlTTSIlIHuH VC IS Daughter bv Rebecca Harding Davis a Catti r rrim strong novel ofAmeiican life partly aid in Pennsylvania and partly in the South will occupy the last half the year Essay and Social Chats To this deVork partment SiH cttor will contribute her common i charming papers on hat we are doing in New York society i st Answen to Correspondents Questions to tail Ian receive the personal attention of the edi tor and are answered at the earliest po Bcvraiio n y sihle date after their receipt A Send for Illustrated Prospectus iT 1 he volumes of the Bazar begin with 4 H0J the first number lor January of each year When no time is mentioned subscriptions TS ood mixed wil1 begin with the number current at the time of receipt of order Cloth cases for each volume suitable UIIIs for binding will be sent bv mail post paid on receipt of each Title page Doc 15 hii ami index sent on application Remittances should be made bv post office money order or diaft to avoid Â¬ ii hMN liMriiA IIML roillls J t d chains or fariniiiL implements 5 3 of any kind all o- n- rinnrLrirLnjxnLrLrLrir Too Dead hardware i bmL 0W- 1HH1 et NOV IS IiriiKslliitii or SInKtS 5 -- s - l v v JK V lUTJxruinjuTnjTJTainrtJTJTJiruiri 3 g 3 5 hnha 4 3tji fgjsl MADISON ADJOINING COUNTIES I will sell goods at half price Articles that heretofore cost you you can now buy for 50 cents provided you come to the right place whuli is to A FELD Proprietor if the Cincinnati beap Store on First neet Kroni now on to iii 3Jgl raral Hli2i SJal X 13 ELKH0RN 11 2 vuican Unlea Plow 5 FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Hard ware and Grocery Firm is EicHmord ui g uecldeily Ttiii Best 1 g immrrtl xsrjur n tiiJiAuwiu 11 1 - x ri 1 i uii c Leave R p o rL ot HI j 3 dxnjuinxLOjTjirLariJTJXiiriJxruTj Mir i January J fSg 1 cjnririjTrmririnrijinnrijuijTjruTJip rs1 2 A lH SU p 5 Also 5 annruxriTin aruirmnajiriJirinC oats 2 2 every kind can r- pi a frtiS r 3 niri iffS The following the middle is a sample of the way I have cut prices into in IP rtllS t li vi rrris line of qoeena S 5 5 r nan s j If a bonglit at 2 i r r lowest r 2 - - m irSJ tI ao 1 So 2 i c chance of los- Newspapers a e not to copy this adver tisement without the express order of Harper Brothers M y Ji IV Mil TT - ted in v - l li i Au- - Eftf - the It is year and i ii means so much more than i serious and i fatal diseases result from f jr trilling ailments neglected X Dont play with Natures greatest gift health In Poor Health HARPERS PERIODICALS rs Weekly Harpers Bazar HariH Harpers Mag zine one var 4 OO Young People 2 00 Postage free to all subscribers in the United State- - Canada and Mexico Address HARPER BROTHERS P O Box 950 N Y City Harper 4 00 4 00 s Bra Pants worth fl50 go for - cents Fall suits worth 7 go for 5 50 ltoys suits worth 150 go for 75 cents Boys long pants worth f 5o go for 75 cents Mens shoes worth 2 go for Mens hoes worth 150 g for yt cents Mens boots worth go for Jo Ladies shoes worth 2 go for Ladies shoes worth 25 go for 65 cents Boys boots worth t5o go for 75 cents Childrens shoes worth 50 cents go for 25 cents Mens rmler wear worth 75 cents go for 7 cei Mens under wear worth 50 cents go for 25 cents Mens over shirts worih 50 cents go for 2 cents Mens over shirts worth i go for 50 cenis Mens fine shirls reguar fl50 go for 7 cents Ifoys over shirts worth go for 50 cents Hoys over shirts worth 5 cents go for 25 cents Men and bo s hats worth 2 and 3 go for 25 and 50 certs Ladies hats worth 5 go for ft 25 Men and boys caps worth 50 cents go for 20 cents A better lot worth 7 cents go for 3 cents Tabeoil cloth regular price jo cents go for f cents All sorts of handkerchiefs worth from to cents go for 5c Linen collars worth 11 and 2 cents goat 71 cents Linen cuffs regular price 25 cents go for t2 ecu 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HUICIT CUTNl B7 Hi -- r -- m m ji Sfffl ftil l 109 23 90 BLUE GRASS ROUTE fC n Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Points North Mouth and South west WHAT DOES IT MEAN SOLID VESTICULED TRAINS Through dailv train service between Cincin nati Middlesborough Kv and Knoxville Tenn and Points on LSNR - R Srhrilaie is Effect Jan T It No I Duilr 1S94 ft l ti o OUTH BOlND ji Mk K- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J Daily Ext resm NO 1 No 3 Aecom Daily felz sua P nciniiaci rlngtoa 3n ai rss p raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaCSHB L 1043 a m 1210 o n 33 P 442 pi 1015 p m 1055 Pp lm 5L40 P 3S fyou imagine Harpers Weekly P rt St I2ST iM have a stock of goods to numerous to inentiii in detail your better plan is to come and see for yourselves and vou will more than satisfied that I mean just what I say I o - rr Wln r i 1125 be BLUE GRASS HERD 1895 of Hurry theres a row outside Officer Murphy Officer Murphy Vis hadnt ye bolt th dure St Louis Republic a Browns tr 1RAYING FOK If youarcfeelifi out of sorts wea and generally ex nausted nervous j 111 aaa en nraetie- - New ith Japan hina deserv laws f man will that cni- man at this peril hJ of the It seen s to ic MlK l ONTKOL Iron Bitters Dyspepsia and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing the most relia Â¬ ble strengthening InfHn in u In K ic Broun s Iron Bit- - 1 ters A lew bot- Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the ery hrtt duse it wont siaim xour teeth and pleasant 10 take J 1JVIJIC us ciate the litaet It Cures Kidney and Liver can bi pment of the Japanese with a feel- ument progress usual- roeeeds with a p but in apon it coes with leans that Bern yeutlemar fur- thoughtful men in the vateh the de- Marie tell yer yer are fIse False to the marrer of yer hart Ive trusted you blindly fondly unlil the present moment and now I loath and despise yer Eleurette Heaven pive me power to restrain myself or Ill knock the neck off her Life 1 aim from the high- - current through f- - v Neuralgia Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Maria Nervous ailments Womens complaints iriiiirsoii iM t Ilv r YELLOW anc Dook BROWN CHEMICAL CO s w - 1 01 Iwo ii jc send Ed mtl of Ten Beautiful World MijMjr K muiiic 11 Allnlhr iree nas croi rsK Slamisu MO Harpers Weekly is a p ctorial hisforv ol Ihr time- It presents everv important evmt promptly accurately and exhaust ivrlv in illustration and descriptive text of the highi t order The manner in which during 1894 it has treated the Chicago railroad strikes and the China Japanese war and the amount ol light it was able to throw on Corea the instant attention was directed o tha- little known country are examples of iis almost boundless resources lulian Ral h the distinguished wiiter and corresponoent tas been sent to Ihe seat 01 war anil thrre joined b C I Wel donthe well known American artist now for mam years resident in Japan During 1895 every vital question will be discussed with vigor and without preju dice in the editorial columns and also in special articles bv the highest auihorities in each department Portraits of the men and women who are making history and powerful aad auntie political cartoons wi continue to - characterisiic features This Bus World with its keen and kind K comment on the lesser doings of the da wi remain a regular department Fiction There will be two powerful seriais iotn Handsomely lllustrateJ sever ai novelettes and man- short stories by Â¬ Â¬ 1m- You will also hnl bargains in miiMcal instruments guitars violirs banjoes accordians and strings jewelry such as ftc IJJJ3 DONT MISS THE M PlIcT if H ryj OK P 7 mx jnai m -- BREEDZRS SAIL--ACTIO- N A RichiTiond Ceininnati Cheap Stoie FIRST STREET FELD Kentucky rUlJanJrrHJ IrHJITtJJfrHJrrHJg-L-f WERE SELECTED FRfM THE BEST liFkiis- wi ui w us loiinnr TT1 sntt- - A rncil lo- 01 pVs far nk red stock GUARANTEED Correspondence soic ALI iw Lve Barbrville Lve Pi ve M rr UinM Lv tuiuM Lve Berea Arr Liviin liii Lve wvny Lve I jonii vrr Cm bin ve Corbl ti LVr R 1x39 pm 125 pm Upm 310 p m 4 45 P 4145 P j pm m 800 p m 1143 P m im 7i j ni in c3o pm 651 pm 105 a 2 A 125 a m 17 a n m ni 530 p m 600 p m p 55 P 653 p 800 a 45 fijo m rr Knox 111 m m m 310 310 352 430 505 525 tSOO am a ai a it am am RH v v BR0NAUGH PI Hrl rf u Crab Orchard Ky Lve Corbl n Lve irillhiaaMhi Krr Jellteo Lve Uif liiiioiiI 550 p m sao p m So P A 358 a m 425 a m u -- S3EVEK COIXAUJB OF rr Rowbmd pm FREE VORTH all BfJsrJlTgJ s sr9MgJfrgJj a mtmtmmmmtmammmmm m LODGE DXSSOTOa MASONIC kwi BALTIMORE wV THEY WONT BE SHOT American Quail That Axe Trou- Â¬ bling Canadian Sportsmen Tfc PINE FLOORING POLITICAL ITEM Itirds Are So Swift or Wine That tho IlDUtors Arr I to liaj-- Them sumr Obje ttcMis to the Yan kee loTsdrrm nll Â¬ L i h - for bi ding will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt of each Title page and index sent on application Remittances should be made by post office monev order or draft to avoid chance of loss Newspapers are not to copy this adver lisem nt without the express order of Har per Brothers 1 popular writers Send for illustrated prospectus The volumes of the Weekl begin with the first number for January of each year When no time is mentioned subscriptions will begin with the number current at ihe tune of receipt of order Cloth caes for each volume suitable Â¬ Â¬ AND HARPERS PERIODICALS Harpers Harpers Harpers Harpers L Tw vuail baeaaaa verr scarce in this part of the province of York Sun and usiastie sportsmen imported le of K vies from the s utbern - and turned them loose This year they are reaping- their reward it Wind they expected tl0nrh That live quail are plentiful everyone agrees but up to date very tea have pladdened the hearts of the H nether the feathered col Â¬ onists have acquired new habits since emsniaa under the Itriush flag- or have simply brought with them the spirit at Independence peculiar to the republic no one knows but they are able to take care of themselves They are wild native Canadian quail are easily flushed When flushed they fly straight for the thick a re it is difficult t at them They think nothing of g half a mile to reach a thicket and often instead of alighting on the ground they perch in the trees where o dogs can find them The other day the sportsman who had most to do with bringing in the foreigners tramped tin sunset ana on the customary question - replied ssefcTul man but not a ther I never saw such inaariahly flushed before 1 got within fifty yards of them de lor the woods where it bneoatlble to ul tksjJL CEILING Poplar Weatlierboarding Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles Magazine one year Weekly Bazar Young P ople 4 00 4 J 00 00 Postage free to all subcrib rs in the nited States Canada and Mexico Address HARPER BROTHERS P O Box 959 N Y City r raming Lumber 1 QR D Coal tu kn run and is Good Ned Witbs Maa in the hands of his friends Mamma Yh I He has abi ut decided to jiral kitwills Daniel Boone borough meets month Wm ham Secretary Berea Lodge Johnson W M Richmond Lodge No 25 meets second and fourth Tuesdays in each month S P Dcatherage Master Speed Smith Secretary Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 meets third Tuesday in each month D P Armer H P J Speed Smith Secy Richmond Commanderv No 19 Reg- Â¬ ular meeting the first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are cordially invited to attend S P Dcatherage E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 1J3 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening herore thr full moon in everv month J W Moore W IC R V Whitlock Secretary Kingston Lodge No 31c at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full moon in everv month T C Witt VV M A R Todd Secretary Waco Lodge at Waco meets fourth Saturday in every month John F White w M J tl 1 urpin Secretary John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Union Citv meets fecond Saturday in every month John D Hamilton W M John L Griggs Secretary Lodge No 454 at Boonef third Saturday in everv Bennett W M S Old No Stoves Shackelford Gentry Handle the best STOVES in the world They have various sizes st les and mases at low figures GRATES GENTRY keep in all sizes and styles of GRATES You cant afford to use a broken grate let ting your coal through into the ashes get a new one stock SHACKELFORD YOUR ROOF LEAKS 617F AM You must haie it men led or a new roof SHACKELFORD GENTRY can do it John right and fix your gutters too All First ClaM Goods CoantinE Uidnt Help lllm Mamm- a- Well Ned Ta count d seven hundred and t u ami Im just as angry as I was before N Y Recorder Bobby Ned Von taU me that when I felt angry with you must count ten And every time Bobby cant have his own way he runs at me and pushes me and kicks me like everything Fond Mother Bless his little heart Hell be a famous football player some daj-- Good News Kurse Bent Please maam Cheaper Than Ever A E CAUSE Main St Near K C Depot NO SULPHUR NO CLINKERS Secretary Boone Encampment No meets every Boxes for scalding hogs zinc lined made firt and third Thursday in 40 Odd Fellows to order Hall on Main street Richmond F Lipscomb C P L J Erazee Scribe J Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE 3 meets second Thursday in each month at Udd Fellows Hall AND CUTLERY C R Tudor Cao- tain L J Frazee Clerk KNIGHTS OF HONOR IOOF Madison Lodge No 14 meets every Monday at their hall on Main strett E R Shrewsbury N 0 L J Frazee GUNS AND AMMUNITION - to adrantagca claimed Vrr The surreptitious act of 187 12 55 n a No charge ia made lor an opinion as to lve a 30 p m divorcing silver and gold in our mone- patentability and rr u 425 am 3 10 pm mi fee for proarcotag lve 700 am 3 28 p m iplicatioa will not be called lor until tary system was a crime of untold rr Pari 73 am 4 01 p m ve Lexington the patent m ailo 700 am 425 a m 4 07P m magnitude It was the rankest kind 752 a m 505 a m 4 Pm A pamphlet entitled lve Cyntblana atcatotV 4 46 pm oi class legislation in favor of the lve Fiiiiiniiili lull information fur 911am Ao8 am rr iviriBioii Add wcvithy against the producers of tree io4 a m 711 am 6 42 pm Xrr uriiinHli 1030 am 6 50 pm 75 Franklin Honcat wealth and hostile to the prosperity 935 F street Wa linijton I C MAYSVIIIE BRANCH vt ine unutu oiates 1ienr on thi- paper it was an ret W of treason because done at the instance NORTH BOfMj MOST IN QUANTITY Dally Ihilly BEST IN QUAUT Of a European syndicate KxSiiii Kx Son and for bribe Lve Cincinnati money giving aid and comfort to 325 pm Lve Ci vmir m 351 pm our countrys enemiesIslington a m 710 pm To shield 700 6 35 pm the guilty parties the well authenti Xrr MlllerHbui 3o3 a m 658 pm Carlisle Sit 2 w 719 pm cated facts often published have been Johnson 911 am 80s pm MnyHville WHITES CRQiH 950 am 4s pm vigorously denied No The Enquirer will continue to exSOUTHBOUND Dully Dally Kx Sun Ex Sun pose this unpardonable crime until Lve Mavsville FOR20YHARS m S4 right and justice are done the people US P Johnaon Hasledall WORN Wmrtio 020 a m 124 pm Carlisle a m 308 pm by the full restoration of silver to its EVERY BOTTLE filiftjiliTEFn r01 Ulllentburc 72i a m 37 P Vrr Pari SOLD MV AIi dbBooist old companionship with gold 74S a m 350 pm We Lexington 835 a m 37 pm an niRiKiii atun is i need the assistance of the people in a m 633 pm 1024 liifiiinatl 1030 a m 650 p m disseminating the truth to which end V BKRQ c P XTMORE we invite all in your selection of paTraffic Sluiwier uen Pa Agt pers for the coming season to include Ueueral Offlcet Louisville Ky the Enquirer that costs only roo a JACKSON SMITH Asst Oeul na Agt INTERN ATTOK AT Jfflce Chain Iter of Commerce Building Clu year Issued twice a week C11111HI1 o DICTIONAR Y Liberal commissions and cash reSuiveasor nthe wards given to club raisers Sample Unabridged copies free -Exouirer Company iiljrl of the at reduce prices at Mrs liint- Cincinnati O The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines at the old ratio of 16 of siiver to 1 of gold is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ factory condition of trade manufac ture and general business of the counÂ¬ PATENTS Caveat and Trademark obtiinel am all patent husinr conducted for Moder ate Fte Mv oCcc the 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