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Digital page images are linked to the text file. esJs df ZTD VOLUME VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHTSICXANS Crutcher II Kkn VBr V 1 yvouhlrW RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY didnt there marryin wife if he married tjntt disectoet C1RCIIT COIRT I II Latest U S m NUMBER 6 29 DECEMBER 26 1894 Govt Report twldnt he If he be any use in Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power rott - S H Thorp ioner S E Scott Jury Kund S E Scott enes fourth Monday in an ond Monday in April and Monday in September and le- COlXTV COl RT t Att BA 1K KlcHMuNli SMITH PHYSICIAN AI - SURGEON - Ornct At Residence on Fifth Street 1K T J TAYLOR Richmond Offi c un S - CCh nault --C W Tudor T would there It foolishness It would de pend altogether on the woman he got Suppose he got dm ok here Nell You aint thinkin about marryin1 hiss air you Lowed I might as he aint got a cow and thats about all Id ask of him But mammy suppose 1 was to tell you that love him I would think you had lost your 1 Drjgtg Baking Iv ABSOLUTELY PURE an pcr Love Welcome the gentler way Wcloom the gladness of doing rood Weloomo fie Joy of Banish the serpent the and owl Welcome the child anrt dove EXPECTANT Elation of hihs hi liters Â¬ MOTHERS ONE DOLLAR BEWARE of frauds count- Take is a nu substitutes we have iSL Powcter cnn oi perl The regular nual meeting ofthe stock holders of the Richmond National Bank of Richmon Kentucky for election of a Hoard of Directois to erve during the -nsuins year will be held at their bank ing office on Tuesday January S 1S95 nothing but Simmon F Wage H H in - r Kknticky V eager Well D - Miier cet J Jewelry y w VYb m j BB-B to love him Yes I love him so much that I despise him and I could knock then I reckon I have for I T Hogg I Public Schools Mr ion mrt is held on the first Mori ASH B A UGH M D BOMEPATHI8T - KlCHMOM Mjmi - KENTUCKY of women a spec- Mr uh February -- g magistrate- - May nber -- Wm court Au street DR H PBYSI Richmond GIBSON IV AM SURGEON - day I P K Armer - rninons t Green B Million third W Kite S fourth Monday 5 Chenault strict J A Turpin first Sat R ond Saturday W A Willi Benton second nrd Satur- W B Kobinsor Douglas Young fourth Thorp third Wednes- W Cw Ic Ales Moore third Sat 1 I -- TABLES Willis fir t Satur third Wedi - - Kfnticky 18 i building and 20 Sec- - DR A H STEWART tt PHYSICIAS AND SURGEON KKHMNH - a ct John W Wm Kfnticky iAfr Covington Residence 61 H IP - i B i ratable 1 DR O Richmond A KENNEDY Kimukv 04 JST OUCJl AM 7 t I illOrV f 01 Hie J vl mnri SM Ni 4A him down Orccions alive the woman cried Yi uve upset the churn and all the milks gone Come back hcrj to me You 11 break your neck a rnnnin off down thar You rre the fetchtakedest creeter I ever seed 1 iie girl came back laurrhing an apology for the Mischief which she had wrought and the woman was scolding her though with lessening harshness when the mirthful apology and the reprimand were put to au end by the sudden 8ppearanee of a man who lazily turning a bend in the path that rat round a corner of the house came Blanching toward the woman He held up a piece of paper fluttered it and drawlingljr said iiot this here fer Miss Nell Ior me the girl cried running toÂ¬ ward him She snatched the piece of paper ran away a short distance halted and read the following lurt M others Friend 0UCCiST8 TO MOTHERS CO J E CREErVCEF Election of Bant Banish the serpent the h wk and onl Banish the man ma Jc Welrimc the brotherhood broad divine Welcome the m indeed Welcoire the brotherhood broad dlvire Banish th narrow and mea i So shall Bis klsf Auui be over the e King In the Nazarene tie the i - a d SCLD BY ALL Yrrite for book rs Mars BuiGFlELD REGULATOR ATLtTA tA HiS CHJtISTMAti GREETING It ELISA ARMSTRONG TOVES It i The regular annual meeting of the ond Sal Hank of Richmond Kentucky for elee ti m oi a Board of Directors to serve dar ill be held at ing the ensuing vear their hanking office on Tuesday January Â¬ R E TURIEV Qaslir Mitchell fiist Saturday le PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Main Street p IJ- - ict I JC Cm ct B Simmon- - Adams third Saturday m IKUL0 ucLbeoirHielulL bo Fmim lohn A Ham third S D Carjenter third Friday W Teator i John S Stapp third Vbrrt Whitloc third Saturday Eizie 1erkin- DR C J BALES PHYSli IAN AND Rll IIHU1D - Oirfst PGdeo wilL in ifo Iwuh U- ail whL0YKifi vvillT -- 5 - The cemetery gates dossd with a clang behind one man as he stepped out into the SHOW covered road it was almost dark and he nearly ran into the other man who stumbled along as if yerv weary Yonders th shortest way into town isn t it th- - latter asked Yep Most folks want to know th Now that I havo found out you Late ma arsl shortest way out he grinned don t want to ta kissed all the time I am sola Im glad enough to get out o uQl when I am one I know awev 10 be i i As he id will 1st me kiss you I was muttered the other ti pirt of the tlmo ct liast If I dont ber omp lighted his pipe the flame showed his I never v Ill come back aaln for beta a tle oaly way 1 can win your love for thai is the onlv way I can carn to tell you how mu h loke 1011 and when I havo doae that vol c at help lovln mt for then you will see my soul al Mazln for you 1 don t reckon I SSI gel to be a poet before Chrlsimat but I am sure I will bv tren so you may look for me rid If by any stranite possibility I b ime by dont get to be a poet In time to you just keep on a despisln me as mas you pie tsc but you must keep on a muh is tvatia and dont lot anybody else grab you up Ilk I the bass done the pearch for as I tell you rack life i Never tic lit he - Do You Need Stoves THE COLD WKATHFK WILL SOON SB LPoN YOU AND A His pi STOVE OR A GRATE HE A NECESSITY a aBBterAA SVMG BON KrXTlTKV n ran up the bill striking nt the trees with her bonnet A woman flushed Mie each I month Me lo F Adams Mar hal rt P Third Sat Street I SISEMOND c p EH r CTCEY It JOHN M FOSTER AND SURGEON KeSITCKY iiy col PHYSICIAN n Henry m A 1SM MJktZir C KinP H Sulli Police J D cm jT1bBLIIIkL m enev n Street reeman rt - held on I Ue first Tuesday month CITY C I T T Covington Mat or Jam X B H between Second and lC at corn- iS BOOKER VETERINARY Veten SURGEON a Specialty 1 cubin - iler Shop 40 Turpin K and on A E 1 1arkes Treasurer Pattie Clerk DE1TTAL S17EGES CE0EC3 EIEECTOEY METHOI Pas- E Chun tor Rev A Kedd S it II a m on the second fourth and filth Sjndays at Sabbath school p m each Sunday at 9 oc ck Iraver meetings at 730 p M VNELBY W BCRG1N DENTIST Richmond Ofi e Mi - - y Kfmiiky No vt Second over Ciiei Jo DR A Providence M E Church South Pas Â¬ tor Rev A kedd M E Church South B i Fv econd So r and night Prayer meet- Sundeinesclav night alternate -tiday alierntxin Sunda v Kirkville M E Church South Pa tor B F Cosbv -V WILKES SMITH hlSTM SURGEON - Richmond - - Kin If - J L HARRIS Richmond - M - D D 1 s Kentucky ternary M F Pas- Â¬ tor J Grider Services first Sunday id fourth Sunday morning and I alternate Praver mee night Sunday school every Sunday morning F presbytfr every Wednesday Presbyterian Pas Richmoi tor Rev I E McKee Services 11 a m and 730 p m vhapel Pastor Rev A S V Crawford Prayer Sundays morning and night me ting Saturday and Wednesday nights ndav sciiool every Sun at 6 dav at 10 a m Meeting House second and fifth 1 i J C V J A VATES Ham and 730 p m Pastor T D Sunday at Prater meeting MORGAN Richmond YATES DENTISTS of falling hit the ravine beloyv green under the brow of Brock s if hiding from a cow that stood in the hollow ringiiT her bell a hawk round antl round darling his covetous hungry glice at a pig sty wiiereunder a heu had taken refuge the gurgle of water pouring oyer a shelf like ledge of slate stone a boy and a girl standing under a tree dreamily gazing into a blue pxil The month was June the scene the baek- wootls of Kentucky If I was that bass down there said the boy and yu was that perch I wouldnt let them common fish corue a nigh you Oh youd want to She laughed eat me all by yourself lie gave her a look of troubled re- Â¬ You proach She laughed merrily cant take a joke yet can you she askt d Why yet he replied Htfnr youve got to 1k so well ac- Â¬ quainted with me she rejoined Is that a reason why I ought to take a joke Yes for I aint nothin more than a joke Well then he said 1 can take a joke I COald take you Hut that wouldnt Oh could you be a joke It would be awful serious nes leaning hack as thtmirh qmsttiog on the side of a If THF GIRL STOOD IN THE DOOR Kfnticky trect over Madi on National ATT0E21ETS STEPHEN I PARRISH Sund ATTORNEY AT LAW Kkntvcky Richmond Patents Caveats Trade Marks Designs Etc Report a- Formans Chapel fourth Sunday Pasior Rev Wm Crow Kirksrille and third Sunday- Richmond nd Third Saturday BAPTIST Pa or Rev M A lone- - - ity of invention tent Free of Moderate terms 46- write me Sundav E 11 9 a m each Sabbath rHin each Thursday night Richmond Piedestinarian Pa tor Kcv I Saturday and H liumam iv and fourth Sunday Inited coored Pi M Campbell Ihitd Saturday -- miday M each morth at a m and also 3 and 7 p m on sun school r n y ant Sunday- CH BRECK AT LAW - ATTORNEY Richmond nd KuilUI 1 tlffice up iron stairway at Crooks corner Main Streets 52 J A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW MND dav Creek Pastor Rev L P Rev J- - lohn- - - - up staias KeNTIXKY 16- - Pastor and Saurday Fork Saturday and Sunday Waco Pastor Rev T H Campbell Second Sun Jav and precedirc S Red Kick Pa tor Rev R L Am- Â¬ brose Third Sunday and pr ceding Sat- Pastor A tolowine Sunday B L Wills Officii 106 Main Street Anderson POWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Richmond Office same a d and angry 1 Hiking met her near the door and pointing to a churn standing in the shade near the corner of the house said Thars that thing standin thar all the mornin and you a foolin round down thar on the branch You air gest a gittm so yo aint no manner account on the face of the earth Who was that tlown thar a scrappin with you But you neenter tall me I know It was that Sam A trilliner wretch never lived on the face of the earth lies goin to be a poet the girl replied taking an apron off a lilac bush and tying the strings about her waist And whats that for goodness sake the woman exclaimed lied better be thinkin about cuttin them sprouts oaten that pore old hill side field that hes afflicted with Conscience alive I pity the woman he man T dont reckon hes old enoui yet tome to think about niarrvin anybody the to mo that wny girl replied Having tucked up her Nell dont talk Yni know why am stayin here you skirt Me had begun to ply ihe churn know thnt if it want for you Id go dasher away somewhere and be a poet You Not the woman old enough know the oehool teaeher said he snapped My bakes alive Id me any more aei I take eonldnt learn ee B fXl too young to think about it that when Hill Jimison cant learn gittin married these here days And I ly anything hes goin to le a warrant you tiat tbar air gals fool poet J unison told mo that I ought to enough to marry him Ob you neenter go away somewhere said there never jerk that dasher arour 1 for you know would be any chance forme here And its a fact I do believe youd lie fool tlo you reckon Id plow over yonder in enomgn yourself that blazin Held if it want for you The girl was silent She had ceased to ply the churn dasher she stood mo- Â¬ tionless gazing down the slope toward the pool where she and the young fel- Â¬ low had watched the bass and the perch I do Yes the woman repeated believe that youd be fool enough to marry him yourself Well if I was to I might not have to churn all the time the girl replied resuming her work Thats a fact the woman quickly Yes thats a fact for you agreed wouldnt have nothin to chum Well Id rather not have nothin to I wish there wasnt a cow nochurn I hate em Ail the time goiu where about causin folks to churn If I was good-for-noth- in 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Ye The other man edged away aint been in jail Worn Penitentiary Ye need it be askeered though Ive had enough Didnt do it either but ye see I was kind Of good for nothin an the judge was running for reelection ro I went rah up Got out for Christm though on account o good behavior Im well so tis Christmas time folks oughtnt to be hard on nobdv Yours Sail now A change came with the reading of So I most took ye fer a Christmas the note The noon in her eyes so Â¬ gh t a bit ago bered into a twilight For the first Been working late Im a stone matime in her life she was serious She son and Id promised a rich old party turned to her mother and said am awful sorry I turned over that P churn Whats The woman was surprised the matter dear Never mind about the churn Whtits in the note Nellie Nothin only sam has gone away ii and wont come back teU heu a poet he wont be one before and 1maraid Christmas nd I want him now But maybe he can git the job before then Its a good while till Christmas and a good many things mout turn up twivt now and then Dont fret none But she did fret She fretted for Weeks at a time at mominrr whn she saw the dew on the trumpet vine at noon when she stood gazing into the blue pool at evening when the whip poorwill sang his sad song The season ripened the grain was reaped the leaves had fallen Christmas was ap Â¬ proaching coming slowly down it MABY LVOXH WAS THE NtMK seemed from the browning hills Christmas Eve Christmas night The to have a stone put over a ehil ls grave g rl stxd in the door listening No by In MM Blow sure He said hed like bounds except the faint hack hack ber to have something fer a Christmas hie of an evenings woodchoppcr far Tift and the lowing of a cold and des TiKir soul Im better off ef he it He did not rich ohste cow in the ravine Ill see my hid to nijfht My come brothers been taking keer of her The grass was green again the I was took Ill take her now an Im leaves came out the blackberry briars bound to keep straight for her sakj were iu bloom the water pouring over from now on That man got anv more Cie shelf of slate struck a sweeter sad Â¬ kids der note The season drew a long None This was only adopted be breath and another change came longed to some poor relation but he It was Christmas night and the girl loved her like his own Died sudden stood in the door The belated wood about ten days ajo he took it hard choppers hack hack hack was heard too said he was forty nine and she and the same cold cow was lowing in only about ten so hed expected shed the ravine choose hit headstone Good evening My girls most ten Toor soul Gracious alive is thisyou Sam now Yes he said still standing back Iemme see he lit a match from her The firelight falling upon consulted a paper as they w him showed that he was well dressed die was nine years eleven along Wont you come In Sam months and three days old It No for youll still have to despise pretty stone the boss says Nothme ings too good for Mary says he Why Mary Why thats my girls name Because Im not a poet The nuiteh here Lnme see that What are you Sam went out and his lingers trembled so I am an agent for a patent churn that he could not light another dasher said Mary Lyons was the name She sprang forward and threw her the stone mason gently Oh I am so glad arms about him Merciful God my own child cried And you may kiss me all the ex eonviet she cried the time Then through the still night air the glad church bells rang out A CONSIDERATE LOTHAUIO Â¬ I tet plr- f with its WE HAVE BOTH sur of pi man sha i1 net ull cs time ha- spirit of Je day Is a ben see Ills fai mists of mortaiitj Christmas the hi day May it- - ii gladden tll lit common i tiristmas be v n M thing in the heat cooking line Our sales have al been large this season and every sale has In fact we have every the Given Satisfaction COME School IachF AND BUY A Hr AIIUB STOVE A COOKING sV i yA 3I0TE A RANGE A GBATE irnrnmra necessary to SUCH AS iMPANY THEM THE TAD O Firs Brick Sarths Chin2s7 Tiles a T Agents Who wants to keep abreast of the times and advance in his or her profession as well as get an increased salary must select some iiood school to attend in which they can get value received for their time and monev You know that the Elliott In stitute is the place Make up your mind to enroll in our Nor mal Department as soon a tier Christmas as possible We will not be Cicilngr Utensils Ssc f ior Kkidg kFonnn Cele UKOItiHT SrEEl N s R iM CLAUDE SMITH CO W L Douglas FOUND - O SQUEAKING S THE BEST DEAD - A v S CORDCYAN E3S0LS tCCiHOES - sso2 BestDNG0 Ct LADIES 7S at our post but assure you that should you decide to cast your lot with us we will be wide awake to our duty and that you will make rapii advancement in your studies With our experience in teach we present ourselves to public consideration believing that all who contemplate attending school will decide that they can do no better than attend school mix Â¬ The man in the moon hai stocking Golden I Â¬ la Km Bin Uri le -- BROCKTON MASS Van can HaTr ninnry by ptirt battuai l I will Fiance sup ither hati Yen we supply jou we can 57 right away -- i than your sold by very anS ins CHIJI JACK FESEMAN WELSH Bkfa At Kjrksuille Proprietor Â¬ V GamettHouse Saloon W Sir RT JONES Pure Whiskies Brandies - Phair Dii yo mistletoe last night1 Yes and then went Iu fathers missile toe Wines c If you make such a decision you will never regret it Our Normal Department is row open with an invitation to come and persue vour studies w th 113 If you want any information please drop us a card for our catalogue and other printed matter lie whiskey t 11 hus been raised 2oc pe I wi h realtor sell pure Â¬ He W Surprised r her Mrs Gazzam Ive got a lox of cigars for my husbands Christinas present which will surprise him Mrs Maddox Women dont know how to buy cigars for men Mrs Gazzam I know that so I got brother Jack to get them for me -- tiv Richmond Water ci Light Â¬ Cos 3 on OH Id see that he didnt have a cow You can safely marry Sam then Hell never have one hell never have to marry a man QUIT 6IIE C1UED fm fPZil Jd Judge Stnitary I Lady II v yon t ence a vI Applicant Indeed cook of Mr and Mrs Teterby for three 1 Our Scientific Department is increasing in the number of puW STlAItT HINKS riarnett House Salooi pils and all express themselves as Sec nd Street 4 j9 well pleased with our instruction 11 Ieit whiskey at 22 per gallon 1 hive encaged Ihe services of Mr Robt lernl as bartender wh w be pleased to ill and see him years I SOLir TRAIN s BETWEFN Belli nnd BUU Why did you leave urday Formans Chapel First S iturdav and W SHACKELFORD Sunday Rev R L Ambrose Pastor ATTORNEY AT LAW Cane Sprirg Caivinist fir t Saturday P t ir Rev Win Rupard and Sunday Kentucky Richmond Goodloes Chtpel Seedwell Tnited Pastor H Dunoon Fir t Satcolored Office over Rich Will practice in all the Courts urday and Sunday in each month mond National Bank same as Iol CapertonV Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Third Saturday and Sunray Has Fork Inird Sunday and preceding Saturday Second Saturday and Knob Sunday Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Km- Pastor Rev ekeburch T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A Jones id Sunday and preceding Saturday i and fouitii Sunday Street anything Hell have a wife if he marries Dont you sass have it I Mrs Newlywed LTow I love to hear the merry Christmas bells Mr Xewlywed Id like to hear them too if Christmas bells were not so con foundedly suggestive of Christmas didnt leave them th CINCINNATI and ST ft me PALACE WITH LOUIS As to Classics you can do no better than you can with us We have an excellent classic teacher Â¬ They both tiied What of Alex Sweet in Texas Dyspepsia SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN Sittings A si LOUIS and WASHINGTON D VIA C 1 bills Don Juan ORafferty Sure shave smooth the convexity of me up- Â¬ per lip I want to make it aisy for the ladies until this missletoe busku over Texas Sittings Terr le r ence R a- in the ground for me to dig out my fortune and my fame are in the air and the woods Oh 6hucks Sam why dont you grabble all that foolishness out of your I reckon Ive head and go to work gone to 6chool as much as you have and I never have thought about bein a There aint nothin reckon me u- Nell - I wont YTou wouldnt sass you mammy T and 1 IJ A vTa u o DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre Â¬ ceding Saturday Pastor L H Reynolds Fifth Sunday J W Hardmg Glade Foiirtit Sunday and preceding Second Sunday and preceIn eph BalU w ding Saturday Second and fourth SunMi Pleasant K Siturdav rkvilie Eder Colier BLACKSMITHING Â¬ days and preceding Saturdays Pastor Prof Hagerman Sabbath school 10 a m I am prepared to do all Unds of work my line and solicit your custom 111 Pas Reynold Richmond Elder W F Smith Pastor Services every Sunday at 1 a m Sunday school 81930 a m n ti -- r meeting Wednesday evening S iturdav preceding third Sunday Mt Zion First and fourth Sundays and IlUGGIES L II Â¬ WAGONS HARVESTING and MOWING MACHINES and other machinery repaired neatly Wood ork and and satisfactorily 1 ji- HOBOS BBOBIKG A SslKtTALTY I have rt cognized as one of the best woikmen in this section for ihe year t Second Sanday White Oak Pond Pastor L H Reynolds Inion Chriti2n Church Second Sun Saturday preced ii each month and Jcr W S Gamboe Pastor CHRIST CIIIUCH EPISCOPAL 7o engaged the services of Nick Give me a While faction guaranteed trial Motning service and sermon at n oEvening sert ire and sermon a clock Eadies at 4 oclock duung the winter Society on Friday at 2 p in L M Wil kin Rector CATHOLIC -- rmJrirst and Water streets our insurance Powell i 3 4 t Turley What about Powell Tur- 3 are that big barn Father Ma t Richmond ioi Service m t in Pastor Rev ri i Ablaze will start Powell laney 32 Mavbe it is because you never have he replied half piti- Â¬ been in love fully Maybe so she rejoined and then Look there the in excitement cried And she bass has caught the perch had not more than said this when he seized her in his arms and passionately violently kissed her th quit she cried Dont I tell youl Mother is in the door and will see you Go away you you fool He released her and stood gazing at I despise you she said her Ah I have squeezed the truth out of vou have I If you have you put yourself to un Â¬ necessary trouble you might have known it before Yes I might for the poet always has been despised Oh has he But if thats the case you ought to be loved Nell youll force me to hate you I will But why should you want She took up to make me so happy Ikt sunbonnet which hnil fallen to the ground and holding it by the strings stood swinging it like a pendulum li aVrad it you ut an taat H course y u have II III till me mi airable ail my life Yes yon have u rw All the time at school whenever u lookin youd all the time try t mc and 1 hate to be kissed all the time Why you dont know how tiresome it is There mothers caliin me and 1 just know shes goin to give me an aw- Â¬ ful goin over for standin round foolin with you Good by and 1 Ill never see yon again all the time tryin to kiss me Yes um she - poet Something for the Boy Office Boy Are you going to give me anything for Christmas Boss Oh yes a few errands to do Detroit Free Press TBa0 J wmiwiY I wt1 111 ue dear C 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every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed you will not atnlM M mbstitBle if oflered 1 -- pz BY Charles Eugene Banks I I is 4ymw iej rr n v MUH i tORN In a maDger at Bethlehem Tnorny the path He trod crosa He bore Mournfully heavy the Heir to the wisdom of God Mournfully heavy the crosa He bore Broken and steep the way Dearer Ills message because of pain Light of the world to day i- IH JS Dearer His message because of pain Like by Its like caressed Gracious as rain to the sun dried plain Ions those tears have blest Gracious as rain to the sun dried plain Turning the dull earth bi glit m because of Him Trut i Of LiiTllt be of Him cious memories out from the past and crowns the fnture with a nalo Out from of golden cheery promises the shadows come the festive times when Santa Claus was a verity with his fat paunch and greut rosy cheeks when on awaking stockings tilled to bursting greeted the eve and at eventide the flashing Christinas tree fairly laughed its satisfaction at the joyous gladness it was diffusing all around Day of the children An infantine lau h is the divinest of songs in the ear of the Christ who was once a helpless babe His only shelter a mothers loving breast The Man Christ took little ones in His arms and blessed them declaring that all must be as they in trust and innocence if they would be ingdoni heirs to His ev Day of hoaae brin ring and home gathering when the loved ones meet and unselfishly live in the pleasure each of the other Tender affection banishes self and man live in touch with his fellow glorified of the divine benediction of love He is nea r divinity who gets farthest from self and the gifts of Christmas tide are so many pledges of di for the recipients care roils a wax and mirth and good Â¬ Â¬ CI X marshals legions of pre- h r is t mas word Â¬ The elegant service offered by the Big Four between Cincinnati and bt Iouis is excelled by no other line Night tains are llut Ill get even with composed of new cars tliroughnit coaches Second Bad Boy How Normal DepartTuition Fee of the atet unproved pattern and Wagner first Had Hoy- - When t1 in service lor ihe first time ment Scientific Department Clas n expressman arrives with irs Day trains iiive Parlor and Drawing Room v Ii I 10 for term of odds trunk Iil KviLii ite Dining Cars and sic Department sad labels oil tJood News Pn ace liutiet Sleeping Cars be Tlirougi Preparatory Depart10 weeks I Veen St I ouis and Washington D C Jap ment 2 and 3 per month Ladv The feet f the ladies of vour via Indianapo is CiaciaaMi and Chesapeake iV Ohio Ky in connection with the believe country ar The Dining Cai Ser no madam famous F F V Japanese At 2 from Board 275 per week We in Japan vce extends through from Si Lskit to thai U a Chim For iu informat on regard sgtoa Monday to Friday i to their allow our lad es etc apdy to nearest ticket agent nol full size politely ever hope to rival yours madam D P MARTIN G P TA Truth IO Mi CORMICK PTM Address Trouble In the Mur-uDiVoud belter yo and look after THE freaks said the assistant in the Is Â¬ Â¬ - First Had Hoy Mrs btUC my mother that it was ie broke her windows while she was iu Europe BIG FOUR ROUTE 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 museum Whats the matter inquired the jeal aWwuv WVWIVlIH manager The cross eyed jriant two headed jrirl and ous of herself- Indicative What makes yon thinl going to propose to iiy CORNER SALOON ner ot First and Ir 14 year old An i me made whiskies All ages in the city rs Brandies and Wa any amount from a gallons at lowest prices lour bnsjay or send ii That tine big good hn Mershon will wait on i i Ani iini PRINCIPAL ry IWALDROP - They have j KirKsuill KxlptueKy we I niyht and eompl ir ookit the easy way in whi id its alt to hold my own A le xVjiqeyy t cr V i BXItlgtins CirramMiiiur Dad Brown Rob icu with pleasure L aS 7 very day on T VwiLSON rop may be for i JOB PRINTING AT- - THE CLIMAX OFFICE rc b J THE CLIMAX PC HlISH EU KVCKV WEDNESDAY I 5jyj j j - rri IN USING lEssstact LESSC LESS LESS C -- - to tlie This - married IJtb in ire iihJ MS MONTHLY CBOP REPORT THERE IS LUXUURY BND ECONOMY IT ted in the a 1672 rhil- - The Climax Printing Co dinai aaaisM iiify ntld l KI KAII - If I Wit- - HAY AVEr25 eates nianv tfarj Frances vtlt April ISth A an Irisli laly i i Mi of Service Jc - L in tlsfl mil John Crockett iii mentioned in 0th 1704 ii Dear Gantry Bay lis father after the 1707 - I XIV revisited that lie France iinini- - mho of - William American to the and moved to Manns 8 1717 The retorts of the correspondents to this office s to the area of land sown to wheal vary very widely some of them placina it as low down as 50 per cent one halt of an average crop But taking a resume of all the reports the reduction w ill not lie so great as many farmers had anticipated The long continued drought retarded fall plowing which caused the crop to be pot in very late and in many - I he farmer failed to sow as much as they expected The acreage is placed at St per cent The condition of the crop at t is reported as looking badly The crop was sown late the wheal was m ainating come up vary much of il perished for the want of moisture The plant is vtry small and tender to go into winter esptcially if t many trials as it had Hciid with last winter bat if it i throogb as well aa tlie last crop tlie farmer should beaatiafied The govern The crop of Is men statistician lays r than the me of the Stab imenal cr p of 1891 The yield in Kentucky is not so large hut the quality A large was rarely if ever excelled number of the reports were written on the first of the month and nearly all give a very distressing a count of the long drought hut that they were having a fue rain on ti The rain seems to have been general not sufficient to till the ponds and start the springs bat has up the holes in the creeks ami branches and has done an immense amount if good The condition of the crop December tirst is placed at 77 per cent -- MER6URIrU Is the result ot the usual treatment of The system is fllleawlin Mercury and Potash remedies - more to It dreaded than the disease and in a Lhnt hil l Im a far worse condition than before The most common result is I I f IISDLE TARIFF blood disorders i Is which A tew Domes wiu auoru recu where all else ha failed I unfforawl rmr A wTftre ttCK OI MerCUTiai Rhiiimmifln niTh infland less belnic swollen t niiiri ihnn twine thplr natural size causlniz 1 tlie moKteicruc latin pain a 1 spent hundreds or dollars wunoui renei but after takIns a lew Dottieti or lI 1 cnuroved rapidly and am now a well num I completelr cureo II lean heartllT reconi l mend your wonderful rnedlclne to anyone 1 amictca witn tuis piinru disease W K DALEY Brooklyn blevated 11 It Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to any address SWIFT SPEUFU 0 Ulanta 0a RHEUMATISM the most rename SSS for cure ASH MLiSO best lump 12 cents LASTS CENTS BLOCK per bushel STOVE 5 inch nut Llets per bushel - COAL IFr 12 CENTS trwtunrwwwwtfwww acreage ompared with last yesrbut what here is is better than that raised in 1898 Corn has turned out better than the farmers expected lxth quantity and quality Fully as much wheat sown this year as last looks very well ijuite a lot of rve sown early in September for winter purposes failed to pome up only in spots wont be worth much for graing unless the good ran which is falling now We hae causes it to sprout and grow hist a great many hogs with cholera Horses mules and cattle are looking c Smithing Anthracite and Cannel Goal Coke Kindling Baled Hoy Shelled Oars Corn cat Lowest Market Prices Largest line of Clothing Hats Caps Shirts and Underwear to be sold with the OfBee and Yard Coi L R BLANTON nl 7F ti wPtv it Streets only 1 Tariff Off h m Coort L Â¬ 1IIL AlUSi 1 11 well Kicnof Decembers A v McDo ki i Commissioner 1894 Griiiiiii I few months ago the Pantagraph of ll Sti5 I run I frV Before vou huv vour Suit Overcoat or Underwear see our immense stock and hear our prices with the a I j I rJJil B THRIFF OFF We have the largest line e nine me niiesi siit We have the lowest prices for fine custom clothing underwear hats - - Service rnlea araa not what the Demo The November returns for corn make cratic ganger wanted Since this baa 171 i neral average per acre in bosliela come aboot the principal kick seems lo 28 The late frosts have heen favorable be from the outs or Republican euing and drying up corn princi Jane Our fellows have bo remarks to pally on low mints and late planted corn offer ported from last month A Chilli KBJejri lily different are for The pleasant flavor gentle action and M ber of correspondents arai soothing effects of Svrup of Figs when N shucking out better coin in need of a laxative and if the f tlier or A correspondent mother be costive or bilious the mot me that he writes gratifying results follow its use so that it tion three hundred ffilal is the best family remedv knewn and evshucking it out ery familv should have a bottle on hand r acre In Any one who has children will rejoice v line The distillers have with L B Mulford of Plaintield N l barrels at two dol-- His little bov five veart of age w with croup For iwo days and nitzht he y bas pun llM thousand fire hundred bai rels at tried various remedies recommended bv I He says 1770 ne price for a linn in St Poniv friends and neighbors I wo hi he hen I had seen IVvoln is I remarked in my last report that we though ehter had made more corn with less rain than Chamberlains Cough Remedv advertised and thought I would try it as a last hope II ei made before owing largely to the mode and manner of cultivation and am happv to say that after two doses married Nearly all the Southern States report he slept until morning 1 gave it to him 1 keep corn crop and the Novemlier re next day and a cure was effected inty this remedy in the house now and a i Al- tunislrom the Western Mates show slight gain The l S Statistician says The as any of my childrer show signs of croup predjudiee formerly existing against maize I give it to them and lhat is the last of F 5 and 50 cent bottles for sale by W - fodder for horses and cattle is daily iig less in Germany bat little pro- - Powers and T S Hagan made in inducing the Leave your mea ut a suit to order erman- - to eat our corn bread A vast at StoufLrs tariff oft sale 11 33 ii of ey has been spent by out 101 0l Kewunl Government in sending out agents and The readers of this paper will be pli r recipe books to teach to learn that there is at least one dn the Germans hoa to make corn bread il Deems il has been to ao purpose Had disease lhat science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh Hi - were yen incut hired a dozen more old time Kentucky negro woaaenaa cooks Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure Lx K miii- - and sent them to iermany given them now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease resome good pare meal made out of go W quires a constitutiona treatment Halls white corn not yellow corn they could is taken internallv acting lie shown them bow to make corn Catarrh Cure upon the blood and rrucoi battercakes hatter bread directly fstem theieby destroying - and if tecessarv the old Ken cakes -- all of w hich could have the foundation of the disease and giving at much less o t and ere this the patient strength by building up iic oIL constitution and assi inK nature in do ii S jrnl ii ket for all the iN work i uch The prop rn raised Tlie the corn crop in Kentucky is con faith in it- - cural one hundred dollar- - tor any case that it h ii li ii issrown li t of testimonials Wm for the want of a market The quality of fails to cure Send for Co Toledo O Address FJ Cheney tin pi is placed at so per cent teSPSold bv druggists 75 Â¬ VI remarkel that the application hi IM fell V b etc Largest line ot Boys and childrens a 2 z iS V lit I ziammmmBi int nmr We make Suits to Order at from i M Tins isaTime of Sensations and in ordoj to kti up the Ir cilenncnt we make the Vollowii Fifteen Dollars Up and guarantee re v a KJ M Si- - K 1 n aq perfect fit rz a- 1 HOLlH mm i l l jr ncrv 1 1 dozen nts a pVk l Call and see our stock before vou boy I --ni STOPFERS l 1 THE OLDEST Clothing House 8 I jgi Ealing AppfcsSO i French Mix New Rai ens ci IN Iv 8 l cent pound Mfc rTi r3s I1 Nf i 10 cents n jiouiiJB -- RICHMOND A I h r x A nilMF f NO QFP t HP sr -- TTll m lirr - J S V Dan- - little tobacco strip- Â¬ ped up to this date The weather has been so dry and coW there has not been ii until recently The estimated number of pounds per acre is placed at 823 The quality is placed at l per cent ROUS n very Wlien of Bran- - iiit him ami take him ndvwine met Anthony Crockett it he even tvette thirty four illll 1X1 rsoN Y aunt It IN of PIKE give Mr II years aco in the Ci in thirty five 1 trust yen liefore wi W the armies and ireene in and Kl Be was i i i in the - uii- - one l He inar- - II cllons Ii t 8 M Mi tier of An- Mmv ii n Capt Hugh Powhattan eonoty He and in Teal life be married Sarah ied in Indiana in 1851 nothing oi Ins of llii It ii Pit Bell thanks to vou for the their When 1 D bly in Lexingl cli Pr pai f i ter of Va lrturril iahrel I int n i itl- - n old neck - Anns Pai Hand He married in 1784 the in Kentucky Robert child Mary i J mhi h trol prevented me fi wiil our Ib K Bennett with YouD- Henderson Murtlui K mrrie1 Dr jor died in Missouri kett i Aii I Kli- - lo lias ict TERN KKMI k fWIFTMUi uily brought nia by m tmily in 1716 1717 17 v The original name in i Crocketagni After the hnni protestant in faith they were f aiiiel Ii inuel W Price died in of John Watkiaa tt and Dr Jooepfa Crockett who SCLoaisio Ja- 1833 dren tinued from lat wc most famous counterfeiter in that n at tiiat tiate Mi old bill Spared I think he vaf Modeul oi Sol Mullins and was be caught He was an too si eccentric old man and roamed thi the mountains alone much of the time ing roneidorahh money with him dropping in at houses from the most un iiding his uarters b iMonev before going to the house He had consjderahie of good money and often loaned it on well secured paper On one occasion he hid a quantity of auney in tlie holloa root of a large pop- Â¬ lar in the moontains and when Le went to set it the coons had scattered it out a telling it he said it was all scat ugas white At the close of the Mexican war there jna eeeeiderable gold in circulation iy rea- oieut paying it out - on tim Jaaoarr 1740 He in IVnn vlvania men hs Many of the removed to Granville cooaty North -nth of irolina where he reared a family of rt tour sons and two laughters It ia lived for some he was the grandfather of the id but were alterwar te Javi Vketti wh by the Maurvs and La Kon- - killed at the siege of the Alamo in Texas tames as commercial agent in the wine in l8ag The father of Javv Croekatt lt bj the i1 were hia chil- Crockett mar -- r county Quite a number of counties report that a great many hogs have died from cholÂ¬ era and other diseases There ia still re a shortage in the Crop It is at sl per cent All other kinds k reported healthy and in very fair condition for winter Per cent I will give a few reports upon which 1 nay reports Prom the county of Weather dry and windy wells and springs nearly all dry stock water very scarce wheat very backward a large per cent not up yet No one can tell the future of the wheat crop It will go into freezing weather with but little growth and Ic Iiiiihig at this writ- From the county of Ful- Â¬ ton It has been entirely tw dry for wheat on many farms it has not come tip and in some instances has perished after sprouting Com light owing to li ought Tobacco bas had no weather suitable to strip yet Late tobacco verv From the county of and line Fayette The deficit for even months U of rain is now fourteen inches Only 138 this month Every thing - rain Many pieces of wheat have come up badly in conseuence of dry groaad Corn generally clially All stock being full feil From the county of Carlisle The w heat crop looks very bad on account of no rain The ground is very dry an wheat will peribli if we do no have rain soon The com crop tv oor in both quality and quan- Â¬ tity From the county of Christian1 The drought still continues He gener- Â¬ al rains since last spring Many farmers are hauling water to water stock and for other purposes The wheat is lieginning to suffer and late sown not come up very well From the county of Boone The most protracted drought has pre- Â¬ vailed here I ever remember to have known Wheat and rye sown this fall have made very little growth in conse- Â¬ quence Stock and even drinking water and that used for domestic purposes has been scarce bat at this writing a good rain falling and I hope the drought is broken The quality of tobacco is very fine and the quantity per acre much above the average From the county of Caldwell Tli oort in Mr Ira P Wettnore a prominent rea estate agent of San Angelo Texa- - ha used Chamlierlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv in his family for se era years as occasion required and alHe sa ways wih perfect succts- find it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery I now feel that my cuifit is not complete without a bottle of this remedy at home or on a trip awayirom home For sale bv V T Powers and T S Ha an Â¬ TOYS I BUTCHER SHOP I AT aLsaaw - aaaV- - in No 7 First Steet They ard the prettiest in tiwn gja and wfll be sold at closiuc outfcriccs Remember sll fpj we will ijot be undersold and it Sta j 1 mucin OLD STAND a baa 1 an 1 For rheumatism I have found nothing It equal to Chamberlains Pain I5ahn relitves the pain as soon as applied J W Young West Liberty W Ya The prompt relief it affords is alone worth the cost 50 cents Its continued use srill eff cl a permanent cure For sale by V F Powers and T S I lagan Mothers will save money by seeing our prices on childrens clothing Stonffer Ja llie Srai 1 will pay you well to give us a call Yours for Quick Cash bales 2SSSW p SUCH ALL KINDS OF AS H gji raroll - F Weckesser 11 I t FRESH MEATS The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard -- c 1 Fire is a ool servant out a toad Powell Turley master 3 See Stouffcrs tariff off prices on clothing hats and underwear 21 3 1 Â¬ t j 1 And will ell at lowest prices Alo hsaaaqiMitui for n I ICE aji -- ICE ICE ICE The R N ft H announce holiday fare for round rates of one a nJWne 22d to 25th trip Tickets nr sMa and Ie 2uftrxo Jan isrfaaip lited to Jan a tijf LI RICHMOND -- STEAMS td -- 2S LRUNDRY - Taxes Pay your taxes now and save cost It must come now J I Simmons S M Q Oiil iisjiai il PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES I PPIiHGOTTS MAGAZINE 1895 Complete Novel i 11 Y tiamity desired at factory prices are thankful for nst patronage aud solicit a continwaec of tke anie Give u- - a call an for yourself We will buy a few aiee veal eaiv S j In any I W DUNCAN CO The special feature of LIPPINXOTTS imp nn OB aTe Palmer 1 Work done promptly and as wall as any other Laundry in I he Country ELDERS A BAR GAINS IN- All fire losses paid by Powell ft Turley s- Save your oaoaaa ros K V PRICES HO HIGHER SiaMl by Home People and Ihey will stand by you in addition to the liita novelettes ocms dr all combined make one of the mo t dtsiriibigazine now pnbli hed We avoid iheobtection held bv somanv reade s to a continued story During the coming vcar novels mav be expected from In e cli issue short stories IATTRACTIONS NOTIONS 2c bottle IOC 1 Capt King Amllie Mrs Ri SMITH GlRTRI IE ArttERTON Who represents The Cnrter Dry Goods Comj any of Louisville Kentucky BED ROCK PRICES 27 36 Stkknfy Miss Train col jgne Mrs Alexander OUT OF TOWN 11 GILT EDGE GOODS WORK etectives 1 SOLICITED And ether well known writers Price 5 per year Single copr 21 cens Send live 2 cent stamps for specimen copv LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE Pun riEi phi IA I- itvl a Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR Wanted in every county to act in the Secret Service under irsrruciioii from Capt Grannan ex Chief Detective of Cincinnati Experience not accessary ished 11 years lrticulars free Address Iramian Detective liureiu Co 44 Arcade Cincinnati O The methods Remaining unpaid on the first day of Janand operations of this Ilureau investija ted and found lawful hy United States uary will be collected by sale of property Government 27 and cost added I P SIMMON SMC TAXES TABLERSDIT ux m 111 Â¬ sJSSBaaasjwsjasjBvai L Tape ic Hair pn ic box Hair curlers 4c Ink 4c Mucilage 4c i collar buttons Jc Tablets 3 and c Thimbles ic each Pins ic paer Needles ic paper I Duriiiir FALL Mil mm we have been mm opening Are What We Are Now Offering tin- past few weeks ii B2 1 OlimiENT Safety Dins Window shaue- - JOC vcc cincaci- - 4C Pole complete 15c Ribbcm ic yard Childrens school handkerchiefs 3c oojp 3 ana c - Tacks ic paper Every day Never before was on stock so coni- plete Xever befere wen we able to offer such an array oi m keard of NEW GOODS R0BT THOMSONS BELGIAN HARE CURES a1l8alt Fontanes had the Crrxkett who married Uc- know nothing of the Hawkins m thoae days sure Perro- - children of Col Anthony Crockett nett He son of a- haye jn u- bnel kett and was bora concerning the Huguenot near MonUuban in the Booth of France brilHh of the riJke aluih Yerv Julv 10th 143 In bemad the name Kineerely and truly vour friend of Crocketagni was changed to Crockett j x Malby In lWrl his father obtained i r Mm a po-sition in the houw The best companies adjust promptly XIV Ilia fine personal appearance Powell Turley 32 splendid iiorsemacslnp and his di lerwear and 6ox never were as low to duty drew at once the attention of the 21 33 King who was anxious to retain him in in price as now at Stouflers im as second in his service and to Dr Prices Cream Baking Id guards command us Awarded C olo Mfdal Midwinter Fr ScPowder rraaasco monopoly Ant ta jlin Breeder and Dealer in LOP EARED HIMALAYAN ANGORA STRAYED From old OR STOLEN on Silvpr lirlt in iicii 9S - yLi0 CREM AND COMMON RABITTS Office 27 45 BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant A pure 236 Front Street Memphis Tenn Send for Circular Creek 01 instant a lijrh astersLsJInnii 3EST REMEDY for PLCS 2 Firsoiun jy a i Jiuroi3T parea tyS SBaaTSfli JOB ST TTf sy CO -- Hearth brooms 10c ii Crayons ic box A SURE reaspooii nd CERTAIN CUsTc vCt knowt for 3 3arff nstho Tablespoon 6c a- 8PTHINS BJT PILES BARGAINS Our stock of Dress Goods Boo larger and more complete TH AN Balls V M Hammers re Padlock with two Fine brass lock iiih hois- mule kes Je FOR RENT The Saloon on the corner of Main street and Estill Avenue fronting the K C Depot is for rent Possession given Jinuary i i8o This is well known as a saloon and is one of the best stands in Richmond 7 30 ADAM S GOTT I sheared tail s war hind knot tarhotstrils I re livery HH mule ugh inane lately last Bprint 11 HOTEL LELAND S R and a snutl liberal niatii WM Oi cloth 15c d Caps 10 and 25c Ladies hats and 40c 25c 2 BROOKS Proprietor Mirrors 23c 4 10 and Kur Kent Short street one square from K U JDapot LEX ING KENTUCKY New Builii New Furniture Light and Gas ted Uiroughout by hot water ELDERS He will save you mon I Boots Shoes Blankets Comforts Canton Flannels and Flannels at Prices never heard of before Iont buy until yon go to Ml W JIB 5 fn With every purchase of mm JU9VQaamS 1 40 YEARS THE STANDARD house and four acres of land Main street A desirable c 1 KKY m mm it may be worth IfrltlllWWUlaaill iTTirrr ask for that 25 to YOU i n astasal 12 0 THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Mt CURIsrUs bail iiKtn6 iinf t WEUMMJ CELLS - - i s4 world It rrv Christina with I iiessin our i - Um lius far Couples w marriage amm n n - seem- - t on the iiau llie i wan- - n i II ih l Al t men Bkiaj the bar- I iur m leliiliize niuilu in iliin darks tne i ixirurton lys Mr Harri ills in ruelnnonu me of t lie Bf rnmitv normli n hii visipl Exposition last COKKESPONOEXCE t nrm otSMiiiiiti went home Sumlav tn isimas with Iris family in Clark it 18 runic rtHl that tne sinilin faee if W L Leeds and the genial cheery l i pirit of Mr- eds with the eutertain- ing prattla oi their baby boy will be lost to 1an lu lv January 1st Tiiey goto Bidtnoad Baeeeaa to them shipping ha8 been hintawd llere TOn siieral v of late for want of cars About 10000 worth of eras ties have been shipped in the ban three weeks and the yil is not cleared yet Mr Lvans representative of the Ver- 8 Flooring Mills hi here often sells mueb llur - Mih - Rood cl eer and no heartily wekoeaed by every in m m mian and child tlian he At the rate at which small game it b ing destroyed rahbita and birds there w be none left soon It would astonish one to note the qoantities shipped from this point daily Some are patting in ai their time banting and trapping If i raters desire to have any of the luxu- ris left on their lands thev will have to niaki iih ii lln Ian Our Times a bright newsy little ablished by E L Kellogs Co NV is upon our table If every school and family in the land would take this little jewel for supplementary reading graphv history and civil rntnent would beiomemore inter- est ing and practical Thirty cents a year could not be better spent I speak of this to call the attention of parents and is to this educational help in order hem and the children not the - ai generally closed now arid will not be open again until Jul v Shall all study be laid aside and the long winter evenings lost ik not some kind of literary enter tainments be organised at most of the school houses throughout the county in which paients teachers and children would he greatly benefitted Subjects of l sseo paptis upon nnected with school work and a taste for something beside and sausiee eralified and strengthened Papers for instance on the civil government of the school dis-triet the niagisteiial the county the etc atHlld be profitable tjues- I tions in arithmetic both niental and wiitteu would be liood And so iiaes- i ns upon phvsiolojjy ienrraphv bis- t ny etc could be arranged with inter--- i Now if every school an profit liislrict would thus organize the iutel- lectoal advancement and even moral that could be made would be A better idea of beyon computation the responsibility of citizenship could 1mpained and such an interest awakened as would bring patrons and schools in touch and next year our schools would start off with more interest and a better understanding of co operation in ginning Perhaps our worthy Su perintendent with the County Board of Ixamiiiers might arrarge subjects for so that all might be doing the same work at the same time and s might be made to them and the What wi rk encouraged in manv ways siy the npeiintendent examiners and ers Will von think of it a t ing she would ret trn to them in spring time HUlies ui iv VISW Â¬ firo wl sad ami on uierted then ills of Jndea where the afaep iniuu l irley in ior iv ii is T T Covington and T I J V ruiioIy hav w AT I lvt -- Scott vgI hand 1I1 ii ml st of tl frijtht- unon their jov I I 11 a slantl old tinilly M if 0 follow tlie tinc lion red ilstum oi hiide Tli re are more a- lowaim in januury we Have ml tion that leads us to think there will be v H inthe Bsrond vteriiin church this place will ex- - rbanre palptta neai snnd MtM v h nlknerOI iml Large two ie will be absent fl il surrender their i 5ril1- I ual libertieaaad link their Uvea and for-P1 will he supplied with able talent - v with Rr r rinvo cent years in our citj Wednesday afternoon of k G n nt n the a - iiiircham dr Fisher l ml lurk Biaeh I tt in the rfeWnm Tfc rmiti Im rev daoghter of of Mr vent band- r this Logan will spend the holi- Â¬ the In a l iiurcli had been ed in hi jinia who has not been to Florida day I and e lw II R Walker and u with who is still con- i n o inn luvuif in tuif nv r an Rand ny with Mr - i r the ick the M led forth Fain spent Sunday with is Preaching next Sunday by a Presbyterian divine What was supposed to be a ma was killed here last week H C Iiuglas a popular Richmond dude spent part of last week with the family of w CL Biggeratafr Romantic Frank Brisoo baa a position with a Chicago firm and we predict for him success on the road Mrs George liurdine is visiting her sister Mrs Watts in the Watts settlement near Hanly Jessamine county Died Saturday night the 22d inst a son Jof McClelland Richardson Buried m the Richardson burying ground Jet samine county II H Poatoas father and mother returned home Friday to Patriot Ind after pleasant visit here II II Poston is our clever and popular ticket agent Miss Winnie Maupins si Friday and Miss Maupin sister of the teacher and Miss Washburn of Richmond were present on the occasion B T Masters and Miss Mary were married in Richmond Thursday and thence to the home of W J Million near here where a bountiful repeat was prepared for them Â¬ Â¬ Ivory 5oap K - ATTENTION FARMERS Ia O 311 wnmrl - pay tlpa HiVest Tarlet Priee For -- - a J XRttWfi i- lf 70 and CORNS a J a -- CUSTOM GRMDIiG EVERY DAY a For every bushel of god white ear corn we will give 25 pourda of good flour GIVE US fc A TRIAI V3C7f ssc BE5T FOR 5H1RT5 fl PTOC7EH GAM3LE CO SSSaSSaStSsfSs -ONTT J i t yy 7AiiH opium u imiii Lnuinvj s7inii x iill rn v v Â¬ nnn g rgi I AT yif ri rnniTr -- s j HtltLtDnAli The close of the Year In ji Profitable Manner to our Customers a i Mii -- iiiin NSW ADVERTISEMENTS REPORT ol 111 I i iKt tne tiunl r lived on the Madi the eoBdliloaof ins a Ioi the Male of KeUIUnky Dec 18 uf in sinr ii i Bask tlr Secomi Rt 111 i Io Zj litJ ltfI c If yy n hC ienin W Joan M Anderson ty Rivw ii Chri River RiworncEB I mnmv 5 li 5 - much i uiir rnn over by a at the stei lietore running net when foun Lite Â¬ Loans ninl discounts K eriilall a nil dm- un-ii eelli rs hiimls insecure l ein ulallon Nai Hna JankH ioi re- in ngeutft - all Iia nk s Mle f roll Slule Hue from upproveil rnervt1 Chertm ami tler ali Notes of oilier National Bank UckelM iai ma a ami cenls I aw fnl money Reserve ill Kmk vis I I ki n luij a crepi hve ubciiied loco We must - 5 5 5 WewastoV tfW ii - - J - f f V i 1 - f w 5 r houj J winhjc v Sj the Mr - Ii jal Tendi KeOemptloo f una with U nrer S per cent ufcireulal s- ene fere V V iThL Always ready to help oat late -- air Ilai v v hi ih- Total oil 75 I v r - Ii Alii III napttal stork paiil I mli nli I in A 1 iviiis liM Uifl lit I Sin holar- e Uwen m who i to Mr Ine ring ciiKhion by Miss cousin of the grooni m iiiv jiroiits less ixi alll llMs ilil mk Holes oiitstnmliHue ii other Nate mill Rank itState Ioksioij hankers Imlivi ual subject lo check liII in reft itieati s of deposit Notes unu lulls le dlseoinleil Ar t nWCMAMI it -r j mru rj7ajuxn njuTjTrLn ruajTjTjTjrLTLn txltd i IK T ii r c purchasers by iviiiir them - Ki 15 va sB9Ba iieiis vi We Are BARGAINS KE i UNLOOKED FOK i Nannie During the Wcjion siiccesDy -- Prof efers to m TofAL STATE OK KESTUCKY i 3 - ntale - tin- - ira - The Palins one of Lebuk J Lieutenant Ural setectioae was played as a treuialu business positions with tine effect After the benediction was on at two pronounced the party gracelullv n pi ini trim K from the church while a selection awarded I rot me thine ovu wa- llavii pla iiiiv iiii n ii in with the ciist iurv vei l in i 1 Iiio niversiiy di- - is I r the with- in 1 hodling m her nimr i If vl I Wl ll - circular of t reliable Wli it ii sxniii Ky I K Tnrl y Cm In r of Ihe sained bank 4o woleinnly swear that ihe ltHVe slatelllelll is true to Hie ijc t of m OWiedaje and belier R K TCBLHT Sulscr ied nei sw oru to Ii l remeli ii of Ill s P IlKATHKIlAIF Notary Public r Atle t J BTONE UALKKi D J II Im ELL rn R vn or viis THE PEOPLE Who have knocked into a ed hat all the Old ideas in tli boot and Bhoe busii KM per coin Profit and Ban System js a tliitip ol the past and we point with pr or HOW HI WILL DO iive you oil UiSUU oAT On all Dress Goods we will from the regular price On all Clothing we will jrive you regular price all j Irom the WT TKV- 1- I re you ff off trot will and rei When von vi to have j I tin in tion imih 1HNK at Well MOMI NArioNAI at tlie in file Slate of Ken lucky UBM of bus ie- - Dee i OI e- iroin w i Â¬ tion chari unite out a break or a Baa Barn ition Inn cam- - RBBOUBCEs all Bl mkets we iii e will gii with tar The at rarj I aiis Warrhaase I I in an rl lti Yi ami Neck lrken iiver Ira I loHn- - n a Itisiiii- i - Â¬ s Bonds ii s lniiiiiuisoiii n L nk seecu and uiiseeiueil ru circulation il and tain in the- niicertiintv of human life was exemplifie by the terrible ident bv which apt Inloid Allen lay afternoon H David S the wan ii i was con vi rsing with some one building HavÂ¬ - work ing til there he called to to the r bhn Wiekline was there o for M II iaolller I vhiell Mr if I i ii r l con- iiiiiia r Ii tne wot A the g the the fp 111 - m to not hreaki instantaneous an pica rap- in present eing nee so that tlie un e k -- s - II Md -- In A - visiting Mi- with of II ille is ly take eiiai Idtllf lie was liked by everybody spelled low and clieerv his the world wits belter for his He was a man of in it ictiOIL and never h sin ot war sounded he lantly - afternoon the images- - We t Uelt to till n r Hi Will and arrestee he Irvine - He i of the - unable to bnt lu - i pinion as the luerii hill partii told thi t p - flfi M oger to Win- tleman Thos I i benauit und Ti fat ittle that n tlie In matini oter to incur the iii will of er duty it is to walk up tlier addition crime MK It is rep Iled that two of the leijfliborine hoys w el e in the p illy and witnessed the t Their names were not s nt t the tliv A v irried tie did the weapon te of - - a few iKii t ivel-di- l- beiui dunned i ty you The usual re- mav stop my lucl is - omen in this Ian pbia iri rl is so asod- WlllaotCO to bed while the terver ii iiill for fear her breath wili A Malvern woman come will not bathe in the SBSM rOOSO v ith po- has pii ked out r it er thought rs are human Tlie Wings has i and raiment when they sow sent an accoun class ng t burg maiden eiaiu watch chain attache to use the watch has h An ianerson girl locks herself in her hand she vows she will never ig anv drum niajor who para A Iacific Jin ir skin Dakota thai City a table where letshe r And IJakers as a young lady who alwava i i am uioui gn y undreased kids about her a fellow feeling special from Danville the Louisvi A Kentuckv nd horse- - - maa ot tins countv w ipeavad from Wim hest ir in baa als lost as bis proM it v has - wife and chil mi - W K Smith k rollec tnrky hex Kfll aV- - firmer Jsbv k and arrangen jrfuition and quire with his father for an eduWiii auaTire f slip the I has inomtrWwr This is a hasa found of the missing man over a Jglja attention gi He was a amat admirer of the running luatet horse being an owner of several and it seur K Smith Iex- u- u iA i nz is inraii iouiii uiai iir wouio ni i - t our bannt IliA gminaifffa of tlih iim ril Uia ne please- - n he left hle not in hi rurht mind those in search of him hs in at anv of the innr rmnii RsLnr Pnailrr PMhor juta WorMs Fir Hsrastt hU4ml m Dtoteaa Ptf Pririt liens Hoots Hi h To r- - ill Madison George S Williams Aduir the action and did solid 160 vs Circuit lie left with the rank of Geo S Williams widow ex J Coart ind wife i lie was for some time on the All jiersons having claims against the W C P Breckinri Boys Boot High Top all estate ol Geo 8 Williams deceased are lb- never held ciil office but was 1 hereby notified to file the same with me solio for B ilroad properly veritied as reijiiireil IV sUitute F W t B II sale and G K prominently m or same will be barrel nor under the present almin- r in town Th lihy EL SOOTT Just received a line of knit slip- Â¬ i and was a candidate for that Master Comr Madison Circuit Court the time of his death lb pers in all colore see Window 29 30 tent Wed- I hlI U Ti9 Reliable and Trustworthy Firm pro dnent part in the organization of Display y and Tl last week in in the Dillingham buiMir Veterans be was Vice fichu TTT aril Main streets RICHM if the Claik County Confeder r lour attention tj the fact that thev fudge J C Bemohill and Hoa B II ate V ion and Adjutant of Remember we have the largest BItOOKSTOWW ING BUSINESS AND LOTS OF if in Richmond Monday Tomlii Hanson Camp of Confederate Vet stock of Boots and Shoes of any A wee form of feminine loveliness i rd He was a prominent member of OUR NEW STOCK OF came to the home of Mr Ben Boegs house in Richmond i Cincinnati Mr IIu i n Baptist church and bad been for Dec 1Mb ith his n Visions of the holidays and the accom- Â¬ Richmond Investment Co Plff Notice ii West Main si He leaves a wife formerly Miss Hol We are beadqoavten for Ladies of Against low ay and tie follow ing children Mrs panying delicacies now disturb the minds Mrs lames Benton and children of Sale Beattyville Real Instate Ex- fine Shoes in all the latest styles Bnford Starling Mattie of the people in change ic Defendants Winchester are spending the holidays Maya Kqitv Will Stuart and Jeannctte Miss Mollie Williams returned Wed- lizie with Dr C C Si t He had feu thousand dollars insurance nvslaj from a protractel stay with her Mens fine Shoes in all varieties By virtue of an amended judgment Miss Kua Gray of Lexington arrived sister at Ieattvville and order of sale of the Madison Circuit shapes and price- in the city yesterday to spend the boli on his life TO Mrs B P McCord and daughter re Court rendered at the Decendier term wilh Mis- - Nettie Todd thereof ISM in tlie above styled cause The members oi Roger Hanson Camp turned Saturday from a pleasant visit to Elder Jesise Walden of liarrard coun the undersigned will on In addition to this we handle a rats Veterans are requested to Tennessee Tlie formers health is i ty w as a guest of friends in the countv meet at the Court house tliis morning at greati impioved Saturday January 5th 1895 full line ot Underwear Handker Â¬ and Kichniond Saturday and Sunday ten oclock to take action in regard to Miss Kina Huguely a matriculate of Beginning chiefs Collars and Cuffs Mens Mrs Imma Fife and daughter Miss the death of Comrade B A Tracy at the hour of 1 oclock p m Garranl College came home Saturday to in front of the court house door in Rich Hosiery Suspenders Hats Cap- Mollie of Richmond will be here to day i nris BF Commander spend Christinas She will entertain her mond Madison county Ky proceed to Woodcock Danville to visit Mrs i I expose to public sale to the highest bid and a full line of Umbrellas young friends Dec 27th 1804 Ldvo to der the following described property The lark County Confederate Associ The farm of Mr George Williams de- viz Miss Jennet Powell and Helen Baker ation is called to meet tliis morning at 10 The following lots of trround located in ceased will be sold Jan Id Mr John of N cholasAille are sp nding the holi oclock to take action m regard to tlie we The Tiibble who resides there has rented the addition made to the city of Richdays with Miss lelia Rami and other death oi Comrade 1 A Tracv mond Ky by the Richmond InvestStephen lieenes farm at Green Oak U P Bcobkk Frea ment Company and being the property relatives here il formerlv owned by H B Dilliacbaja Mis Alice Arnold closed a most Miss Margaret Glass who has for some Ijts Nos 5 7 19 20 and 21 in block Stati Militia school here Friday Dec Llsi lime been a guest of Mr- - C D No 4 and lots Nos 21 LV 4 25 and 26 in Mercer county has finally perfected The hoaas was filled with appreciative block No 7 and lots Niks J 17 and 19 and Miss Annie Letcher has returned to organisation of the Military Cotn- - listeners to the following in block No and lots Nos 2 4 ii and Dont neyicct your insurance Powell k her home in Somerset 78 Turlev Address of Welcome Zerelda Baxer S in block No 10 and lots Nos 4 lu n Miss Nannie Huate is spending the Diflogue Tobacco Chas Brookshire 9 and 10 in block No li and lots red in The coioiniy viil 3 Look oat for Ires as well as storms 9 11 13 15 and lti in bloek Ho tS and v vacation from her studies at Mil else- Call on known as the Watt Hardin Rifles in Lewis Powell 3 7 8 10 12 14 and li in Powell Turley lots Hon I S lege vvith her mothMargaret Baxter block No 14 and lots Nos 2 4 26 y Fashion of lien P Watt Hardin Chas S liisle at Waco er M1 and 41 in block No 16 and Ibts Nos Dont go toslaepover yoar insurance Captain W ATaylor First Halite Powell - Annie amine Fe I irtltrnant DeWitt Bonta Second Lieu 23 Turley Recitation Lizzie Davis Marcus Eads 1 3 5 7 14 IS 20 29 i XI SB and 36 Poweli in block No 16 and lot No 3 in block male Iiistitntespent S indav with It tenant It appears from the apathy shown Albert Eads 8 9 10 11 12 No 17 and lots Nos i loro Teyis Huguely J and 13 in blok No 18 or a sufficient s ill i iiiv oononi Powell Tor ley par all fire losses Dialogue School lit lirir kli ii nut t Irtino Miviiilni t on- - that Madison will not take hold and or- To quantity thereof to produce the sum of joy the boliilay period with relati 3J ganize a company as per the proposition Harrife Shearer So toil - the amount of money so order- Â¬ Essay Alcohol David McCord John K Deering of Lexington was reoeatlj made A jod strong Military Turley 3 J Fire insurance Powell be made and the costs hereof Dialogue The Man of Bangor Saml ed to here several days last week His frequent ompatiy located here would be a credit TERMS Baldwin Abbie Shearer Zerelda Baxter j indication that we will the town Zerelda Hughly s fairest datiir Sale will be made on a credit of six J A Ramsey auctioneer reports Recitation Sweetest Thoughts Dola months The purchaser will be required By law we are coniellel to colli Mrs James B-- McCn iry baa gome i nie on the market on court day at Powell Taska Powell Anne Baxter to give bond with good security for the taxes now Come and settle without de pavment of the purchase money to have DOUGLAS TURPiri 4 CO POSITIONS GUARANTEED Winchester nearly all common rou h Margarite Baldwin the force and effect of a lodgment hear- lav and sive cost 4h work si stuff A few yo isonabi out rai J Faris ing legal interest from the day of sale y JP Oppressive Times iC 1I J I c aflord it catilcrjuc Wll 7 J trongbt 3 eeuus Inferior grades with a lien retarved upon said property Id never so cheap as now at AnSaULSGlS Clothing DiaaoUonFractical Business CoUeft J to 2 j rente Dialogue The Pretty Preacher Mar- Â¬ until all the purchase money is paid tetiM Stouffers oldest clothing house in RichS El SCOTT ajkMiHlp w far c nashvilleenh Breach of Promise garet Baxter and Lucy Baldwin mond Master Comr Madison Circuit Court T 2133 SK HmmM BookluMirj eek county was in I we spend aura mctuiIw xatmat ol 29 30 Jndge John C Chenault filed a peti- Â¬ rrash Valedictory Abbie Shearer 204 E inui QTDCT RICHMOND KY than halt the Bimw id is our SmptormentDeparthMpt Miss Who have the best companies Answer urt of this Two surprise prizes were awarded Dola tion Monday in the weeks by our matkod CoUeawtakauiaa nridod visitiup M Turley 32 liiniiaaai 4aJ to 12 weeks by taa wscban I B announce rates of Powell I raying foi county Prwell and Taska Poweli for punctuality old plan It taaoherafeOO adents past year no nu Advot and return on cifications for vacation enter aarJhne CnaMaaaaD We hare Will furnish plat Tlie i the suit are Miss Hattie A delightful treat ot candies and nuts 3010 to recently Shirts drawers s x gloves hats caps ail kinds of mm lafcr nf siiiybooks8TUDYX adaptod to thoaWMahern Educational As ny Kelly both prominently was afloriled by our teacher and an- - account Mr Rx H4ME with tariff off at St same at the c u- sj jri After supper sociationarf ickets oTace 1ec 220 pies by Zerelda HuKuely Wri and e Sent n 60 da4 ti llt R We nor r mi with tin Price a hat or cap at le a sensational i tagn at Mr W O Powells a tally ho party and 2jff imited to elevenwars from date iii iss asnuaa sniiw sss msw iihici W 7 38 the train all bop- - of sale ime Laaca Â¬ u iy in tra1 11 The Iantagraph a bright newsy little visits to our table regu- sheet larly along with others of our county papers and is duly appreciated Its o- lilor however is a little too par- iisit for tie good of the Iantagraph No lithe same lung power more vig- tooted the calamity horn before election laying it all on the Democ- Having aided the too oi course I alls in Si arillif illnll i to staying at nonie to let tne get Away with most of the immediately began to sing - if prosperity and now says it is a d idea to talk bard times Meantime business improvement is making about the same progress it had been making for some time before the election This makes it appear that if some of the Republican papers could dash the coun try business to atoms by calamity bowling theyd do it if the party could only t aw iy with the ollices Now when the skulkers who were intimidated by Bad out bow the Panta the howl gntph along with its ilk worked the rabbit foot on thein theyll come forth tl e maddest set of men on earth and the Republican party which has always sought to hide its true object a historical fact will be smashed into smither The high protective policy of the Republican party and its financial sys- tern as anyone reading Mr Ca isles re Â¬ port must see are the principal causes of our business troubles But what I meant to say isthat the press todogoc nuiat be i undid and consistent so as to impress readers that it is bincere not inwling for party effect simply -i Â¬ Â¬ iltlilule Mini house IiIUles m Natuiiial It nks not He- erve Atienls D tit Stale lUiiks ami Ii inkers Ihi- olll npro il re-saentH N es of ail el Nal lii o tl oi K nick- ai una pa er euro ne lino eIIs Iiwiul Money K- erve in Bank ii - lie ii s Rapidly Ira n all Hats and from iil u iL h We line will not permit lo ennm WE DESERVE IT For the style of our business inWe advertise spires confidence only is we are prepared to Look -Â¬ Spuie iz BY - MEAN leial no Tender Sou piioii mini Willi i i ei nlo I eiiculnt- IS IKS Mill ii Siiiinis fuud stock alil in 7 l Undivided pioiits less expen and taxes palil a Bank uoteouttandiuy Doe to oiuer National Hanks Due losiiitt liniks a ail Malkels Imlivi lua ileposiis suiijeet to cheek I Look on iave money here These are only i part of our bargains Ladies Gennim ton Iat Tip 1 i VI BTA I Of K 1 OVM V ol I J K Up 111 Total nel - a M i I KY rut- - A1II ON ii r that In sol ii at is to Ibe le lot lav above li f knowledge aia J K UK1 knii vi- i a Id i ribeil ninl worn lo fore me Ihls Jl i day of Dee lsHI I iii i otitis iiIkivc- - lte Ladies Genuine Lace 90 cents Solid Pebble We wan Jno coiiiCT W Ckook Ju Notary Pulilic Attest J Wl APEBTON M T K BURN tors I i M BKIUUT Ladies Glove Grain Button all tl Si j Ladies Iat Tip Dongola Button COMMiniOTICE To Creditors 160 Ladies 8q Pat Tip Spg Beel 1160 VrWW WHITE GIBSON JSTRENG t r-- 1 Â¬ COMMISSIONERS SILiIEi Â¬ N tin now on BOUGHT E GOODS our shelves WE SELL regardless of what our competitors may do OUR STOCK IN Â¬ LLAGE DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ Is complete and adapted the season only inducements first class Â¬ Â¬ ULUCERICE r- offer are BARGAINS us before purchasing where Visit Our Â¬ i DO NOT FAIL i S- I MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Taxes -- 1 jr1-- 1- MnCrS J -- 11 frJeJ MV i PPr i GIFTS pairiUd in the proved and eli iii con- i table to the imi vide ojMUi i vnk b vi iun a worry resents to aril 11 rt to float Harpers Magazine I2sT lraneiseo WIm t H1 Dmi When veuth cavalry which is or lea ex 1S95 vhit 11 vUillr i MARRY I THEY PLEASE r r- - he was ion she rn Alaska of al eonjineiilitU have accomplished le c Si lie estimates the popnl two tilh iboat will - tit at Mescali M- - ii p 1 ltrow an evil had s without mpanim prove successful trou If h is ri- found to tent tin - western Indiana and iv especially amoaa Hione in a bet--- a s Al Whoever mav be ones favorite among English novelists it will be conceded bv all critics that Thos Hardy stands foremost as a master artist in fiction and the Simpleton mav be expected to arouse enthusiasm not inferior in degree to that which lias marked Trilby the most successful storv of the vear Another leading feature will be the Personal Recollections by the Sieur Louis de oi loan of Arc 189 Â¬ The Simpletons a new novel by Thos Hardy wiH le begun in the December number 1844 nd continued to Novembei 1 mm rJsS g FOR 1 1 Ii rU HOEVER YOU ARE HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE - CROCERIGS at reduced prices at Mai 51 FRESH OYSTERS in bulk or cans A red it Mrs MJ lout 3 rouble on this iii frequent ill mar- - It often pre not of his her rela ral times man the all living s his r parents and live together liave lu re then - r fur p ixvunvl parents heir girl r thirteen or Hoar Â¬ I s He se of it usually separate I Conte Northern Africa is attracting more attention than at any other time since it was The next volume of the seat of empires Harper Magazine will contain four illus trat d articles on this region and three of them wll depict the present life there luiin Ralph will prepare for the Maga zinc a series of eight stories depictii g tvpical phases of Chinese Life and Man Besides the long stories fiere wi in is begin in the January number the first chapters of A Three Part Novelette by Rich ard Harding Davis the longest work vet attempted by this writer Complete short stories bv popular wi iters will continue to be a feature of the Magazine Send far illustrated prospectus The olunics of the Magazine begin with the numbers for June and December of each year When no time is mentionI pa FSfp Ski Sfgl 1 iritis It with her parent- - often her husband do all s to ve to- Â¬ rs married I - friend to chance of loss Newspapers are not to copv this ad iav baa tiiree vertisement without the express rrder of Harper ft Brothers d Â¬ hem ed subscript ons will begin with the number current at the time of receipt of order Cloth cases for binding o 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 iarg We are going to take stock in a few weeks and we want to turn our goods into money before that time Our loss is your gain Dont buy until you see our prices which will give you 2 worth of goods for one 500 Mens suite worth 10 for 350 200 Boys suite worth lHl for Sl25 S80 knee suite worth 2 for 140 250 Mens oven oats worth 10 for 2 Mens shoes worth 150 for 75 cents Ladies shoes worth 2 for 80 cents Childrens shoes worth 75 cents for 25 cente 500 ladies cloaks at 75 cente Mens caps at 10 cente each Mens boots at 25 each Calico 3 cents a yard Cotton bats 5 cents a bat Cotton i cents a yard Oinghain 3 cents a yard Silk handkerchieis 10 cents Handkerchiefs 5 cents Hose 5 cents Socks 5 cente Wide riblxin 5 cents Ladies vests 15 cente Pins ii papers 5 cente Remember everything must be old out Dont buy elsewhere until you get our prices we will be lower than others Come to Us and We Can Satisfy You GREAT REDUCTION in iiriH rifs for ihe next 30 dajl at Mrs Ma HfiS pel mm sSraj ajjS We keep the very want clean tender juicy steaks call n us best meat of all khuN None hut the beat butcher- - employer ami make a specialty of delivering meat promptly and at the exact time it is wanted Ladies especially invited to call and see our new shop and the way we lo business If you and Confections at Mrs II CHNDIES Millets im im 3 i ezlmz C I03ST Manager cSc CO R N I B R R T WELLS i THIS afrvl ruuxruin njxriiTJTjixuTJXTLru ruTjrxirji jiJxriJTJxriruariJXru Time Table No 22 In fect Nov 18 1894 EAST BO i Ef- Â¬ rr PiJ c S rJ JNEW HARDWARES l 1ST CLASS Flirt rJ Up W1 Nichola- riiiiiin - 55 57 sfp rft NEW YORK STORE 5 I have opened a New Hardware Store at No 14 Second Street and shall handle the best line in town 5 E Valley View Richmon SfrtJsrrtJJrthS iiaBffrijarrsrrsiTn fEMfE tSJJSJTJfJEJTIJfTJSJJ WjtJJs hShEITriiSfTEfTasiTsilSh Js irSJlrrrllarWi frliEgfrarPorrrrl mr vU T Mi-MS- rrrilrar3l s ntilatafrHJ -Mjw sj COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- TIN ROOFS Mobry d s CUTLERY GUTTERING Irvine WEST BOUND t 3 irg prrtjr res I HARPERS PERIODICALS Harpers Harpers Harpers Harper Magazine one year Weekly Bazar 4 r employs in giving In every 00 00 e is a eourt tailor the honor of mp- uniform rerse and f the heavens iteri- - Young People 4 00 4 00 2 Postage free to all subscribers in the United States Canada and Mexico NOTICE TO iPgiS Tri jTi rtU BpBrtiJ AND FARMING 2 IMPLEMENTS None better 2 I handle tiie noonlar Bissell Cnilled Plows frvine 3 in I also have in connection a Tiushon with V D Bucklev the c lotsi tinner in the State in cuarge Guttering ami rooting done b 5 p on short notice 2 S cjiJijinJTJTJTJiTTjmnrijuirujT nd Valtev View N Addres HARPER BROTHERS P O Box 959 N Y City 1- - his Harpers Bazar tails D i erage a humor lliese n he ooor l eat - SLEsPLE Si 3 r met Ills never not rave Hllllii Drivlcra n ere - liu Day and it lay was ome al- - tral -- Yes ition indeed e up that N Y re in of lis creature r we had er know she It it ade Hall now I requisite An American serial Dr Warricks n Rebecca Harding Davis a American life partly laid in Pennsylvania and partly in the South rill occupy the lasi hull the jear Social Chats To this de partmrnt Spectator will contribute her charming pipers on what we are doing in N Yoik societv An vers to Correspondents Questions receive the personal attention ot the edi tor and aie answered at the earliest pos tite alter their receipt Send for Illustrated Piospectus 1 lie volumes of the Bazar begin with the fust number lor J inuarv of each vear hen no time is mentioned subsci iptions irin with the number current at the time ot receipt ot 01 th case tor each volume suitable lor binding will sent b mail post paid on recept of each Title page an ni x sen on application Ren should le made by post- office nionev order or draft to avoid is Elegant and exclusive designs for out 0 or and indoor toilettes drawn from Worth models by Sandoz and Chipu s are an important feature These appear every we k accompanied bv minute des Â¬ criptions and details Our Paris letter by line de Forest if a weekly trans the latest styles and caprices in the mode Lnder the head of New Yoik fashion plain directions and full partic fabrics trim Krven as to shapes and acci tsories of the costumes of e std women Childrens Cloth- ceivea practical attention A fort pattern sheet supplement enables rcaiiers to cut and make their own gowns The woman who tikes Harpers Bazar is prepared tor even occasion in life cere Â¬ monious or informal where beautiful dress V rr 1895 THE PEOPLE OF if Ril KF- - bh3 THOS H KHRR quails bar r is between Cit H can la e SraJ jkii S gJS rrcJ gJnjTjxnjrnrxnjTJXTLanjTjxnjTJin 2 If yon need barrowa plows S C hoes axes collars names 5 luins OT fttrniiii- - iiniU iientsS of any kiml call on sTiriruTruirijTjTjxruijuTJTjariTjxri gllyooneed hatrdware nttlt ry iron 5 any ti I blacksmith or 5 g B 3ui MADISON ADJOINING COUNTIES From now on to January I 1895 I will sell goods at half price Articles that heretofore cost ycu 1 you can now buy for 50 cents provided you tome to the right place which is to A FELD Proprietor of the Cincinnati C heap Store on irt stieet Pa SM SJtil i iJTJTnxiruixirrLrLnj 5 5 Tjxnjxrurj 5 S H A1ABJS J W IlOCK MIDLAND ROUTE1 Finikbrt vuca Unilied Plow Ii i li L SSl j rrUrSJ t- i 2 FARLEY BROSf0 THE EardTrare and Grocery Firm in 2 I k f Sichaoal j 5 Th B toptm ui Hid A t g criJTnjxRnruxarijxnriruxririnirirt fu i i i 2 Wcchessr ixnjnjTJTnxLaTjajTnjTJiiJTriruiJijp - ta rtL E r3 71 d Also a choice line oi queens p 5 c g ware A- t- - iri groceries5 13 ls IV94 i can lie bough I at p u 5 The following the middle is a sampe of the way I have cut prices into n J y y If a s PARIS JH0R j 7 DLAND a m pect much hi -- Al didnt ex s Â¬ sift- - Newepaner are not to copy this aiher tisetnent without Iheezpreu order ot liar per Bi ot lives yV y 4 nV IKOE OS5- - IIUI rot hk I fc it M to B ir and and means so much more than you imagine serious and latal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected ax in Poor Health T V 1 Harprr Harpei Harpei I UAKIERS PERIODICALS i Karper Mag zne me ar Weeklr Bax ir Young People oo oo 4 oo 4 4 2 OO Postage free to all sutisrribtrs n U d Stat s Canada and Mexico P n the KJ Address HARPER BROTHERS Box 9ty N Y City a Pants worth 150 go for 75 cents Fall suits worth 7 go for 5 50 Boys suits worth 150 go for 75 cents Hoys long pants worth 150 go for 75 cents Mens shoes worth 2 go for Mens shoes worth 150 go for 75 cents go for Mens boots worth 50 Ladies shoes worth 2 go for Ladies shoes worth 25 go for 65 cents Boys bvott worth 150 go for 75 cents Childrens shoes worth 50 cents go for 25 cents Mens under wear worth 75 cents go for 375 cents Mens Baser wear worth 5 cents go for 25 cents Mens over shirts worth 50 cents go for 25 cents go for 50 cenis Mens over shirts worth Mens fine shirts reguar 150 gn for 7 cents go for 50 cents Boys over shirts worth Boys over shirts worth 50 cents go for 25 cents Men and boys hats worth 2 and 3 go for 25 and 50 ce ts ladies hats worth 3 go for 125 Men and boys caps worth eo cents go for 20 cents A better lot worth 75 cents go for 35 cents Tabeoil cloth regular price 30 cents go for 15 cents All sorts cf handkerchiefs worth from 10 to 15 cents go for 5c Linen collars worth 15 and 25 cents go at 7 5 cents cents Linen culls regular price 25 cents go for 12 1 1 1 1 1 S JT Sp V 8 fcarjTl j p - X 17 -SS l f IX KMIlS p m tLi j Vv jg ro JS WHAT DOES 17 H Sunday J 4 7 SOLID 1 V 3TICUIE3 TPA J c l bfkcaw r p av a 11 il S -- 1 fttii i U LRT LinlnEl n CUEEI1 Kriltllllll MPKa n itfe if- CRSCEiT ECTE E GRASS ROUTE hortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North 8outh and South west Through daily train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Kv and Knoxviile Tenn and Points on L NR R Â¬ Harpers Weekly X2sT I have a stock of goods to numerous to meniin in detail 0 your better plan is to come and see for yourselves and you will be more than satisfied that I mean just what I say - rt4BBsea SrtU BREEDERS Tin BLUE GRA3S HERD OK 1895 m You will also find bargains ri 1 i ft iwii i JGLy nui itaiuiL greatest gift health 3 Browiis or perhaps a I out o sorts weak and eenerallv ex hausted neivous J and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing themost relia He strengthening medicnew hich is l own s Iron Bit- Â¬ ters A few tot tVs cure benefit comes from the me II you are feeling naC 11J dJpvrillC billow and Iron Bitters Dyspepsia the highest order I be manner in which during 1S94 it has tieated the Chicago railroad strikes and the China Japanese war and the amount of light it was able to throw on Corea the instant attention wan directed o tha- little known country are exam ples of is almost boundless resources luian Ral h the distinguished writer and correspondent las been sent to the seat lot war and there joined by C D Wel- don the well known American artist now for many vears resident in Japan During SU- - erery vital question will be iliscusstd with vigor and without preju- dice in the editorial columns and also in special articles bjr the highest authorities in each department Portraits of the men ami women who aie making history and ul and autic political cartoons will continue to be charactensiic features his Uusy World with its keen and kind Ii comment on the lesser doings of the 1 of the times It presents every importart event promptly accurately and exhaust ielv in illustration and descriptive text of Harpeis Weekly is a p ctorial history guitars violins lianjoes accordians and strings in musical instruments jewelry such as fcc DONT MISS THE PLACE Mm breed m hoe m red stock WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST A uplrndid arveral State SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correpondei in 11 umm Sffeedule ii Kfwt Jai tvxpr 1st 1894 No 5 A mm m Ccininnati Cheap Store FIRST STREET FELD Kentucky RH nua BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Ky SILVER COI3TAGK OF OUTH Lve Lve BOUND No 1 Dsily 811 am 819 a m 948 a m Daily 755 803 908 950 5 So 3 Aeeora Daily pa frl Jta S Clnclni r Phi is FREE wont slum tetth and picdistnt la Uke J it your us sra t tills rs bat if have bee worth It Cures f mr Richnioiid UPlMMMiU MASONIC ti ta laus rs tnsurai vill re- sand - Neuralgia Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Maiaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints Hues Kidney and Liver i si Tffir gjijgJiMi BfiUBriuaritusritiia fSIsrSJsiSJ iii ta I pt J ta ptii a frfc l ta enterpiisu m mght to have it ar after would hold hrist- t you nt wear are The trip of the Monarch was one from had in a t intioo ha crossed red others ate sub stitutes 1 i reCeiM of two 2r slamns we set of Tei Beautiful V urltil rair iws ani book fieeBR0WN CHCCAL CO RAITltnRC Itn u it Ml rCt me slip- - ALASKA itjr I Period of l and All lourUliina ai s viKiat tlw Na nor of Alaska iual report to rior of the gvn- territory lle the i with tows of that kind havii j uiuiosoii u 111 laani in methods of lashing eastern gale whieii ha nueh the shipping in the north was too much for the ti on and when th use abo a lay October Ifi after hi tied with the i oar nights they diviii what was left of their tow much for most of it had ed it self long before The Ml raft com meneed to oa nd the heavy chains which held tliem together had Ion since In en nothing- but drag an- Tha Monarc li 011111 not possibly mna- anv headway and the hr t ni rht out she to lie in the trough of th Ilea 11 the time There tinue the chain is why abandon tin ir tow and oast th adrii - YELLOW rvwvi wi remain a regular department Fiction There will be two powerful seiials both handsomely illustrated sever al novelettes and many short stories by popular writers Send for illustrated prospectus The volumes of the Weekh begin with the first number for January of each vear When no time is mentioned subscriptions will begin with the number current at he time ot receipt of order Cloth cases tor each volume suitable dav LODGE DIHEOTOET Richmond Lodge Nolj meets second S and fourth Tuesdays in each month P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Secretary Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 D meets third Tuesday in each month 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 cordialS P Deatherage ly invited to aitend E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month J W Moore W It R V Whitlock Secretary Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full T C Witt W moon in every month M A R Todd Secretary Waco Lodge at Waco meets fourth Saturday in every month John F White W M J H Turpin Secretary John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Union City meets second Saturday in every month John D Hamilton W M John L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Boones borcugh meets third Saturday in every S Old month Wm Bennett W M ham Secretary A M John Berea Lodge No 617F Johnson W M 1 Stoves 3hocKelford at low figures Gentry PINE FLOORING AND will 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And Widows Blinds ii in they meet them their Much t All First Class Goods siuk them ing hi NO Bsattyvi Coal indignation among the men wi men who bai that the rafts dmeiny storm plish but into 1his porl wuen tut- interests Cheaper Than Ever Hi h - SULPHUR NO CLINKERS Ris oof Madison Lodge No 14 meets every GUNS AND AMMUNITION Monday at their hall on Main street E R Shrewsbury N C L J Frazee Secretary Boone Encampment Nr 40 meets every Boxes for scalding hogs zinc lined made first and third Thursday in OJd Fellows to order Hall on Main street Richmond FJ Lipscomb C P L j Frazee Scribe Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No A GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE 3 meets second Thursday in each month AND CUTLERY at Odd Fellows Hall C R Tudor Captain L J Frazee Clerk Â¬ The free and imHrnited coinage of silver the product of American mines at the old ratio of 16 of silver to 1 cf gold is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatis tactorj condition of trade manufacture and general business of the coun- Â¬ try The surreptiiicus act of 1873 divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ tary system was a crime of untold magnitude It was the rankest kind of class legislation in favor of the wealthy against the producers of wealth and hostile to the prosperity ui me vjiiucu oiates it was an act of treason because done at the instance of a European syndicate and f bribe money giving aid and comfort to our countrys enemies To shield the guilty parties the weil authenti cated facts often published have been vigorously denied The Enquirer will continue to ex Â¬ pose this unpardonable crime until right and justice are done the people by the full restoration of silver to its old companionship with gold We 110t llA- asiisuiucc 01i me u nsnA people m disseminating the truth to which end we invite all in your selection of pa- Â¬ pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer that costs only 100 a year Issued twice a week Liberal commissions and cash re- wards given to club raisers Samp a copies free Enquirer Company Â¬ 1 Â¬ PATENTS Caveats and Trademark obainel and nt business conducted for Mixler ateKrs Mi office is in the immediate vicinity ot the Office and mv fa tor recuririK patt nts are unsurpassed Srni mndH akrtch drawing or pho h with den r ption and stateueat t as d advanta No charfe is made Sot an opinion as to patentability and mi fee for prosrcotng the application will not be called for until nt is allowed A pamphlet entitled Inventors Guide full information contiiiim furnished Iree Address Arr Lexington Lve Lv -- Lve Vrr Rliioutli vithiiiiM 1043 am 11 18 a m 1210 n n 1125 am 1210 n n pm pm pm pm 33 Pm pm 540 pm 1015 P m 10 53 p m 1055 P m 55 ltnt WnictlMijr r Klehmond Lve Rich nioiid Lve Kerea Arr Livingston Lve Livingston Lve IjuiIim Arr torliin- Lve Corhin Lve Hartrrville Lve Lv rr Itris Vin lieter Pm ui pm 125 Arr ie Arr Knoxvllli Lve Orbiii Lve Wlllinrusbg rr - lve ill iiinond rr Row iid i f tuuii Plnenllr MMdlesbti iimd iin ip p31 1143 pm 800 p 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m 9 50 m 10 m 15 am am m m m 339 ami 425 am TEED 5iiL r J LiCJiTS i i inns J- - Lve Fatni uth Arr ovtiitioii rr riiciimii Lve Lve Iyntniana Parifl 455 m 425 am 517 608 711 ni 911 am am 1030 a mi 725 pm p am 4 40 p m a m 5 30 m ami 6 42pm am 6 50 pm 2 30 3 so 3 28 4 4 07 p p p oip ta n n m m m m 4JfcVyy43aj WEBSTERS INTERNA TTONAL DICTIONAR Y I MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve fe KxSun Ex Sun 700 am 808 a 7M5 Daily No 12 Dsily neinnmi t01 Tt J- tfg9Mk2al Sucffs1 - Vnahtilid uil i yj pm 710 pm 35 P 325 pm Cincinnati O HERE IT IS Are you a slave to the you are No to bac will cure Try thousands Sterlin s Remedy Co Minera Springs Ind tobacco habit If cure vou It has it Address The Bex 20J Ii 2 lac irtie ot nearly all the SchoolbookS Warmly mm- mcndeil b and uilier 1Iiii a most without rumber A 87 N t Mnyville BODTH BOUND 911 am a 7I9 P 8e pm ttjpa No 11 Dslly -- in tve Vrr haun pm pm 317 p 350 pm M Â¬ sAtlll KKIGHTS OF HONOR at til if the opi made by the Mechanical En Amity Lodge No K meets 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