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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s o VOLUME soOawtt VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS fi RICHMOND - I1I fcJhWf s wj MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1893 I atest TJ S Ii Govt Report r T6 NUMBER 30 Bait CrKTT liEECTOET rmcilT -- n COlRT J -- n A vV J Pii tit Highest of all in Leavening Power er B A Crutcher rp 5 nwMoncr S E Scott W ol Juri Fund- t ith Monday in Jan ond Monday in April an i Monday in September and De COUNTY COIRT nonwvalths Auv C SMITH rSIi IAN AND 8UMGE0X RactmovD Kettvckv Omen As R id ML m Wfl F ill mM 1CW iOiLl DR T J TAYLOR RlrHVIMM ennd I rk T C W Tudor J A Sullivan v C Chenault H KeVUCKY Simmons F n t Vat Strrt ovr Yfapri I LLkt4sLS sa TEJ uflHuiSKHyitrs5s ifcirStagivfntL idES- m 1 V-- O - r4t r is8fafotfpytoj VjmsJ seJTJsV r ud BifcVLil S3 Jl Jl UMV - V ey wm vjr - Baking Rcftfrl Powder 5g5sv2j ABSOLUTELY vL anai EXPECTANT MOTHERS per BEWARE of frauds count ana suDstitutcs Take erfc EleltiiiD of Htm riank ol The renuar mi n a K- a aaF icr IM I IM PURE nothing but J E vs WffiHEti x puuy ftreaw sviouc f REEF Bmli n tiXr giiaa p tewttry r B ior James T Bogga Joel T Emhrv it I Miier J Mr- I ASHBAUGHM IIOMEPATHIST - r nNiTHfr w fii -- i v v A s WELL LAID PLN 5s sn Public Schools d on I he Bck e month or holding magistrates court t t o February Mav Au November nrt Mon RlCHVIOMl r KeNTIXKY of women I IJSPjaWLST it hronic Hisrisrs 3nr i il He iTlfiff II I I -- WWi I - DR H I STRATH A VI CONSTABLES fret Wm U i first Satur I P Armer third Wednesday table J I bimmi Million third cca S White fourth Monday R PHYSH RkHMunii GIBSOX IAS AND SURGEON KKsuckY rVhites nc K SCC27- - vAn s Young Mr Tawkrr m over lilts ii nama fact he would eonfe we i - much work of pr svr or 1 i Mothers SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTB aliv7r rilftiioi nl Ulcers the dur- - ns The regular annual ti in oi a It hi ing the e i VI FRAPnELD REGULATOR CO batcher than had c on that on n their calculat tlltMlll i 1 - v W jx V tsyy ryy sN vivrvHvvwsi tv r v rJrTTwrr Ji3ayCytPiL - jl Chenault J A Turpin first Sat R oond Saturday W A Wiliii ct V DR A H STEWART - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Richmond k - Wm Benton day John Moore Co itabtc W B Robinsoi ing fourth i second third S itur Kin trtn ft 4 n M1 A ircn alreet B C mtab I Thorp third 1 e W - Moore third Sat Mitchell first Saturday M Ala L Cole Wedne an awkward bird too much for one and not enough for two if Ellen lane doc Well ha v her whole duty in her nont was e t DIt RlCHVnMflfl KENKEDY - Coj PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - le H District I N BB J C Adam it KtNTtckS No n s - Its f athers inn s-- i w Aliee -- minl v Is Im i make a sofa etish- who hid a frugal beginning to get r remarked Horace and then they went to it IJut she sail coldly as she handed the handsome garment to Horace lour New Years present I hope it will fir Thank you very much said Horace his eyes sparkling with pleasure but I thought we were not to give each other presents this year W S I I t loan A Ham third Carpenter third Friday W Teato John S Stapp third third Saturday Sillfom third Satui day j TOiMunStrrptiii tv Its a noble bird and its cackling koine 1 by I DR JOHN M FOSTER YSH TAX RivHmmm Ovncii i - Vll A XD S I Ri I oV Vf ij tr s the laid on Ellen rt i Janes spotless white Oh that only cost half a dollar and we must eat 1 his cost only twenty five ceii won it in a chance at our church - theres the poose Kknti ikv in a each month M Third Sat Adams Marshal rt P F m ji May f all on wbiVh - 2iz en y ge stcey I CHAS HOOKER VETERISAUY SURGEON ii c llenrj C II s l n r Veterinary PciM Try - rr w Ich bttlmea tbe When that functionary saw it she lifted up both bam but it i a beauty missis An what a pity that they hed to abt lilrA- a burd Shoot it echoed Alice well dont they ulwi Xiin only wan its at a raffle I lucre me Tin say in as Mr Ever i it its a foine shot he is Im - threw back his head and tnmoderatcly dear little wife he asked when old tret his breath do yon know difference between twecdle dum Ulil hope I know the difference be- a an entertainment designed f r charity under the auspices of the church and a low ratHe with no other I Another little drop has sunk into the trreat tDcean of infinity Another trembling ray from mans life sun has been sent upon its ndssioa through Measureless apace Another round has been fashioned in the ladder of destiny and be f i re lis is the new ear Ail the mighty centuries with their agÂ¬ gregate creation of form from have been built from these uiwe of ti ne As the coral In the depths i beeosaes the basic fragment of S continent only when it has yielded up the body in which it was arnsate organism so our yeais precious to u- thrilling with the emotions that mark ne fragments of the worlds history only when ve lose our rasp of them and they are gone They ne imiierishalile only when to us they liave tsroppeil petal by petal then lays an 1 their color and fragrance have departed Time is the most profound of all mysteries the n ist t ble of all secrets Intangible yet potent coming whence who can tell Toin r whither who knows Each year is an epitome of all that has eoxne a in since t r t t indestrncti le at f pri in stT displaced the da mordial emptiness an wanderii the wings of ether found an insjderately left the r som when lis w re put a ray she returned AlTernoi si iil we iii make some New its ihit dear we rcai seono- Bat see ilevis- their 1 nary vi snd cm IP Ik Co Januarv R E ES aie of propertv TURIEV Qa5lir You kuo wiat plan Ive Vo- - SIMMONS s at c Vim What a bead you have 1 But will I remember just who up it once tie n STOVES Do You TH Lei limp to use so Ill give Need Stoves ivnL AND A COLD WKTHFR UPON SOON BE Vol Js STGVE OB A GRATE WILL BK A I School Teacher i II WE BOTH v a Spcriaty And pi surtts BSWfl told A in first Tuesday ts ea- - in ra T1 - un ru Mivur WELCY W rriMIIN -- DENTIST KlCHMOND K KNTOCJCV 3tal srr s Yuur heart will brrt the neanr to tbe ail A Ha ii alii Ah who 1 vn to raflle Alices heart zero Her busliand All her year of faithfulpn ne Where was the rafde she asked in a voice that she tried to malsc ikiu and A charity explain let in dear yon wouldnt bat the rattle was to tor the benebt of a poor my deusofatj Alice Xante the family connm who did not believe her husband May all the Drop II Ktm lan A E Ca I 1 prcious caartttei thit heul ar oar waltiag baDds and may Little Jakes mum yard There was a At in - v ia in rer Sirccl To all the weary touls o cm warn the y ytiln know tec to Pan Forh Id no s MEl IIUDlsr Richmoyd M E Church South Pasieea at n a in tor Rev A Rt on the se rond fourth and fitih Sundays at 730 p m each Sunday Sabbath school at O oclock 1rayer mertings at 730 p m each Wednesday r2 sxcxot DK A WILKES SMITH JUiXTlI SURGEON k M I nr bih of men an they do say Mr Eversham was the t it of the lot to i it the it burd and look ho the back i a 4 Ourl urcd ly tb Jiy that am Lmr knew what I Richmond a IKY Lfta j politen with our deeds of You ne dal cook it d said Alice in the bosom of the uari lies tie story of man ram the eradle to tii rave the unwritten history ofanbor nations the rise rnd fall of us and en riddle which an never be read by mortal eyes We look at the past and nits meaning to garner up a f sw sheawisdom We turn our eyes to th tttre enraptured at the mirage of waving fields of untrodden effort red for the sickle of the mind and looking baekward and forward the pn away and tu iu nnii be- present si Â¬ In fact vvc thing in iieen large this season Our -- a and r till the le AoS A Given Satisfaction Ui MAV I Who wants to keep abreast of e in hi- her increuseil salary niH t select liufil to attend in which hey can get value receive ilieir time and money the tims an -- l m ea Y A A ESATIiTG it to Eva Having so many ST07S A OOOKZeTB S70TE A EAT5E A 9BAXS AM EVEBTTHItfG wi Vou know that Ihe Klliott stitute is tiie place Make In- up i your Blind to enroll ma Depart t in our will il think it tht K ring the nearer to the sky tends above Mx a Watbkjiam lint your Ho mum husband since he fetched it down J L HARRIS Richmond M D k I n S tor Proviience Rev r B M E Church South r Pas- Â¬ Redd Co--- i Â¬ n ckt uTice in Qjgsjia P fS 2trRNCPLF 772 sticking oat an a Hash ts that rin an 1 Pom said with morin1 it its that said Mrs Kilen re Alice An Heir of all tip wof the old year Teat with promise It is well v the knee and lift the as the old passe th and the ne se of oat of the door of eosai NFCKsstRY SI CH AS TO hristnia- - an v castor ram not be 7ir Iiii - Hearths Siiaaey Tiles N want bowl il BMka Csli2- i KK VI Ml- rrsi3 V 3cc FOUND DEAD - v Church South Services second Sunday morning and niht Prayer meet ing every alternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday am F f i vy and she walked of Icav - iffaattl I future centuries sum its tion of days each bearing am torch awaiting the signal of the bridegroom No - KOI 111 r S - i Mr to J u C It was Horace w m t3l ksville Ki B HOICAN J A YATES J Payne J k rnd irt in in it n w M E Charch South Pas Â¬ Pas- Â¬ - irv M K tor J F Grider Services first Sunday ng and fourth Sundav morning and Prave meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sunday school eer ay morning tor F Cosbv MORGAN YATES DESTLSTS plain itely but had ncaaa raaaaaa1 ALICE 1U fl baid Kkvthkv Office Main Street V IRFsBVTFR A N Richmond rspoon Southern S and 730 namWednesday Rir an 1 pm d 11 - night Pastor T D ver Sunday at Prater meeting Pas 11 a STEPHEN 1 PARRISH AT LAW 70 Creek r Chape Pastor Rev A awford Vertices second and fourth Prayer is norning and night Saturday and Wednesday nights Saaafct school every Sun 10 a m L McKee pm Irtsbtterian Servcet m ATTORNEY Richmond I Kkniicky Desay Patents Caveats Trail Marts Kei r ns tjosurnasscd fa ilites Wilts Etc Tree of terms IMC dav at C H BRECK ATTORNEY AT LAW KnTTJCKT Richmond Office rip iron stairway iu streets 1 Meeting House second and fifth Formans Chapel fourth Sunday e Pastor Rev Win Crow and third Sundays BAPTIST r Rev M at Crooks corner Main 1 52 Fone a SUIXrVAN niSunda- Satmdays - kaa 9 a m each Sahhata r Tire ing each Thursday night Kchmond Piedestinarian Pastor Rev ruF ATTORNEY AT LAW KrNIKkV HrHUoND OFlCK 10 H Bu nam Sscaaitl Siturlav and fou kt Sil F st Initcd ru orrd 1 - an Main Srreet ut 16- - Pa- Â¬ ler am M Campbell I urda ach month a P L - r Kk S POWELL n Crt-t-- 3 anl Rev 7 on P un ATTORNEY AT LAW Kknticky hmond fitlinn lid Waler v -- dav k Iasor Rrr Past I hr Office sa ne as ireet jghl Co s on fr m S - and V ne tm Fork S toing Pastor A B Key w I Wills Sundav W R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW - Anderson atordav and it- - I I hrose T Pastor ndav and preceding Sa v Pi o ci nJ v r rd Sund H Suiav Canp Richmond KKNTtckY liTce over Rich Will practice in all the Courts aa- mond National Bank same as I ol Capertons urdav K iniun Chanel - Fi i nl sumln ui e Rev R L s uiri Ca vi mbroae Ia tor S - i n aaaaaas Pastor II Dim on an n ur la Su Ha s F rk Chuv la r I PastrRrv in Is Siturdv MTwl Rupard Unite Silweli Fi n S 111 fat Vyww k yS 1 Vi n s Nv in that cold It and jrlorionrs climate where tint ti iiii of the irth eting mantle from Deoemher to and March a nl the ni vtith a resinous tantr in the air iluto tho forests of odorooa pin- ra ere and the merry jingle of sleig hbelln in the little town of Brandon mule u harmonious di that reached the earn of who were haring U they their lives and v hat only known It an absurd anee one in a lachrym e the other iu a lielliirerent state It came alrotit iu ihe atrangest way taia quarrel between two mil lii 1 lovers who hi lied their lives upon a firm lation of principle and reap well as mutual love before they took upon thetnaelTes the responsibilities of wedded life Theas were the first hoLtdaya since their wedding and they bad antici- sc asoti of luiet enjoyment with y were hardly An there was no on ttpeaking terms one to blame hot themselves It happened in this way Aliee Mrs ham hud been very anxious to her u baud Horace a Kew Years press at but had refrained fr m prudential reaaOBS They were isuv vrj money to pay on a home and were exercising a rigid economy in which both were equally interested If lbuaee went without elgara and other luxuries his wife frave up hav- Â¬ ing afternoon teas and hire only one dome tic who worked by the day A n amount was reserved for char- -1 as Cie end of the year a p nd cold weather brought extra demands this fund gave out and were aeveral eaaea of destitution b they cor not relieve bat were died to hand over to the char f the hnreh own snp- Therefore it ws haaar ri i n thai I I vs ic o no There can lv no explana Yon have bn Von have broken your promj e to me said a lieu I f was telling the truth the whole truth ami nothing but the truth The faiinpskeya a poor family who have recently come here by they are the same people for whom we got up the bazar And for whom I helped raffle off the demoralizing 1 V sh Its the principle said Alice it is tV apxr Â¬ its fob iinmi new yiAits day un hk 1 1 i 1 Tap tan went her little foot there Horace felt were tears in her voice that he was a criminal yet if she only He was very would let him explain antrry Tin re was a ring at the door bt 11 The two composed themselves to meet callers The conventionalities of lifst must lie observed and no one mil t know that they had quarreled Put it was only a boy with a note and a package for Mis Everahaaa It was the dressir gown from the bazar The chance taken for Alice had drawn it- - Alice did not look upon it with horror On the contrary she could not conceal her delio ht at having won But my dear It seems to me the principle is the same whether its in the church or the saloon It is to get something for nothing I got the i hi got a uresMng gown which as H docs not 00 t anything you kindly donate to me It was late and a merry pal of bells ram out the pnthem of the New Year The two fell into each others arms S il the goose to the Linipskeys iriee And the dressing gown too said Alice with half a sigh And when we want to do a charita be act let us give from our own means spoken like a dean The lest prin ciplc in giving is that of sacrifice We wont make any resolutions hut well try to live up to our knowledge of what - right and true You dont care lor lii i Â¬ s- I do very much It would make such good eating staffed with sage ami onions and served with apple sauce So much the greater sacrifice if you give it up And you know that ill I ISO iwn would fit you elegantly but old Mr Iimpskey is ragged and ueeds it KHre Ic shall have it And we will le gin the Kew Year poor but hi nest Then 111 ma two young people kissed and mad up while the bell rang out the wan tbe care the sin rang in the love of truth and right and the Iiinp Kkeys v ere the happier for the application i that often misinterpreted text to do evil that good may c Â¬ the goo Yes ia Sin F 11 eci er R lav I nl an rv Kan P Se- - Saiurdav Pa T Krksvie lrkcbuch I Re mlirisf or Renubr i ana fourth SoTav si n P-t- a j prt rt M Jon ng turda and pe-ci- Pastor L II Reynolds W Harding le Fourth Sunday and preceling Saturday Eider Colier KirkavMr Second Simla and prece ding S ilaWwWr Io eph Ballew Second and tomtit SunMt Peasant Pa tor day and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 a Hagerman Fat ling Saturday av DISCIPLES OF CHRI T W no Is Third Sunda Â¬ m Mt Zion First and fourth Sundays and S it irdav I H t Renoldf Rchmoid Eder preceding third Sunday WF Pas-to- - a m at Second Sunday White Oak Pond Pastor L H Remolds Union Christian Chur h Second Sun do in each month and Saturday preceding Elder W S oamhoe Pastor Morning service and sermon at u o- Fvening service and sermon at Uadies at 4 clock during Like winer L M Wil- ty on Friday at 2 p m kin lector CHRIST CHI RCH EIMSCOIAI 7o Smith n Services everv SumUv at m Sun lav school at 930 a Prayer meeting Wednesday evenrnij 11 a- Paa Si CATHOI it Richmond Pastor Rev Father firt and secooil Sundav at am Lecture and benediction on the umc evei she only pave a neg ative consent tor bhe would neither buy cor sell any f I am prepared to do all kinds of work the citauees IJut when one of her 111 my line and solicit your custom young friends took a couple of cha for her a dreaaiag guH u andehocolat-K-- t HUOOIES WAGONS HARVESTING and MOWING MACHINES she had said laughingly that if hhe won they might send them to her and other machi erv repaired neatly fcddr VK ik and and satisfacton iy She did not say anything aboat it to UOBHaf hllOKINfi Horace who was too much occupied A SPIUIAIaTV with the closing business of In of Xick to attend the bazar and knew nothing I have engaged the services the beat of this lottery feature White rcot nized as one fof the year r She would not have had him know it on men in this section Give me a any account inasmuch as he had faction guaranteed f games of chance when she martrial ried him and through her good in- Â¬ That fluence had entirely reformed tmbling which njr su ranch harm in the world had an abi linr plaee with norace bee mil ius inilueii - of hi re which BUCKEYE believed to be periniPent They had Wen Ik hildren until Horace cama bringing a fine goose tPKRES NOTHING BUT PjLES Its for dinner New Years day he sad holding up the white feathered I A SURE nd CERTAIR CURE bird at arms length Isnt it a beauty known for 15 years as the fat and plump PILES REMEDY for What tvill we do with a whole f BEST BTf AIL nKT eoiaTft asked Alie gooes MLB BCSAO60S WB CO jSTJO at it Jly father used to say that Â¬ BLACKSMITH1NG for the sale of cODtribtted goods and took the proceeds to ameliorate the conditions of their poor This was the beginning of the trouble When the aalea were over they took the things that remained un sold and put them up at so uinch a Alice had put her foot vlown chance iiwaa a very pretty foot ag iitst the proceedings but had been that it was perfectly rifht as the church would sanction it Still Â¬ iSa vaaSr LisTS im lU r- m rfnn i A Mt iKAK8 IHISOOK I FA AU WWJ J--- LJ i TaaT- K i aTTT av a Ii JlkaBTWt Xaflfl - 0 iSMssMsjaataTA Aprs KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and - to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live h- t r than other and enjoy life more with expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best prod acts to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid ve principles- embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jierfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds h ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to million met with the approval of the medical Bsion becanse it acts on the Kid Â¬ neys Liver and Bowels without weak g them and it la perfectly free from objectionable substance syrup of Figs i for sale by all drug- Â¬ gists in 50c ami 1 bottles hut it is man Â¬ ufactured Ci only j ke The Old gets it I iwiRB One Poll fair the longend hieago Tribune satl fylnc Illm said the captious have eailetl to find out what reason you can give for representing the New Year as a nude small boy That is done responded the art editor liecause the year does not get its close till the 31st of Doeeniler Then the captious critic went out and broke his nice new pledge Indi Â¬ anapolis Journal I like the pkr they live have their era of subsidence and emergence their tidal n and earthquakes their glacial c and their periods of teeming fertility of thought and achievement as well as Now and of glory and prosperity again they are shaken to their e and old forms give way to newer and In ter Thus is the miracle of creation made recurrent Looking upon the life chart of nations as it Ii out before us in his try we sea here and there an illumined mountain peak a Mohammed Christ Lather or I romwell and here and there a burned out crater of passion a Waterloo a Hodden Field a Gettysburg Mountain-peak and crater are a nrt of the great scheme of humanity abi places for the eternal sunlight gui un i to loftier heights of ptr and purity or warnings of the smol- Â¬ dering fcres which keep the earth il eig with heat and vitality when prisoned but unchained involve it in ruin The year that has gone has Ix en one of regret and disappointment to o people Like the prophet of old wo have looked to the heavens for a ign and found it not and bow ing our hearts we have waited with what patience we might for Time the healer to cause us to forget our wounds All that was in the o I year but the dawn of a new future shines upi us As we gaze upon its first roseate ray we pic- Â¬ ture to ourselves the gratification of We hear in the tones hope deferred of the bell still quivering with the dirge of the past a new strain It breathes of hope telis of si ife soothed to peace hatred quenched in forgive- Â¬ ness We follow the ray and it leads us to the embers on the hearthstone of the old year Looking closer we find it was kindled there Amid the asln s of shame and violence tires of patriot Â¬ ism and brotherly love still burned rric indeed will be the old year that hem quenched in our land darker new year t it gives no promise still of liberty under law and no respect for the Ideals of the na Another year would we linger in portals of the p ist where we have garlanded with love and joy or where age has clowned as with frui- Â¬ tion Behind us the crowding centu- Â¬ ries push like a great army hurrying in hot baste to the victory Onward they press sweeping all lefore them Alas we may not pause Reluctant or willing we are hurried forward toward ats which seen dimly again t tne Horizon may lie mist bhrouded and SO near at hand that the next step will bring us to the grim gates which open but once to every mortal and behind which there - a mystery greater than that of Time Those trampling centuries thundering forward with a tree like the mi the stars so load itdeafci ears are advanein f to carry n the highest pinnacle of hope and veinjnt Woe be to us if each day we join not the host is valiant soldiers ready to storm any fortress of wrong and prejudice willing to do battle ac cording to the strength of our souls and the justice of our cause -Â¬ matter whi li it hand sotm Good if Mr Did you deliver Eva i in an anxious tone CLAUDE SMITH 5 CO m that at our post hut a shotihl you decide to cast your lot with us we will he wide aw to our ilutv ami that you will m ike rapid advancement in will Ill - chance for her n oe with a tenancc found his wife in the anil was it W I Douglas 61 CBJsfa isthc st Pttsf -- studies Kfith onr experience in teach iir we present ourselves to pub leration helievinir thai at ten ill who contemplate school will decide that tliey i stWV a WllVL FIT FCS AKNG 3 CORDOVAN 4s3p Fine all riI nt she i where the silk-- was Oh m burst into what shall I d Wis its Sharpleigh pleased tlgcrnon how shall I ever tell I you had It was the ver she will never long as she livi GREAT afraid not and a place inside fitf f FRtssiiArLLECCALF UifciftNUMt 35PPCLICE3 SOLES 502 r B0YSSCHCaLSHCi - li I 32l7 IXTRA FINE- - rle no bHter than attend xhool LADIES- WLDOtlGLAa Over On Million People wear the StNDrORCATin5at At Kirksuiile If yon makesufh will a decision you tiry Saw it by in scak tin bottom she to me again as N W L Douglas I 3 4 Shoes DIsrrIXTMI Jss r value for the monev pwl coat tn shoes In and fit qualities are unsurpassed stainprd on nit the prices are unMorm Pi jti 5i t ci rvfrth r makes They irlve the t our shoes are equally satisfactory htt iiir TvearintF tle t supply yd we can fcoid by never re zrel it Mur Normal Department is now open with an invitation to come and persna vour studies w th us JASK FEEEHA Sft 52 nX i --- Eiclamorid St - If you want any information please drop us a carl for our logM and oilier printed matter Garnett House SaloonW STUART JONES letor S ---- mfh va Pure Whiskies Brandies I Wines c Uur Scientilic Departmen increasinj in the number el pupils and all express themselves as well pleased with our instruction i s m As the wliisky gil on I wi li Jett lnskey at 5 She I 1 c pe pure year old 2 2s per gallon I hve e gaged ihe services of Mr Robt Ten ill as bartender who will le p eased ti ave his trie mn r ifir As In i you can do no sei better than you can with uv have an excellent classic teacher for a New lie She He- - hear you Tears present gnfnlittc bi sn 4o 39 111 MINKS Aint ver Sec te Sew Saw te didnt want nobrndder nor no si ter ni iler I wanted a tigit Life in dor g an a pair o skates 1 Did yer want a sister BOLIDTRAIN8 CIXCINXATI ami ST LOUIS wn H PALACE SLEEPING CARS sT LOUIS am BIG Btl WASUIMCTON IA Our Preparatory Department is laraca HQt Saltss second to none in the state and now that the Public Schools have td Street closed we solicit your patronage tor the remainder of the year Tuition Fee sic Normal DepartClas- Â¬ The Wife 0a Kew Be i Tears waeo aha with a grain of sail DC ment sScientific Department Department 110 for term of 10 weeks Preparatory Depart2 and 3 per month ment Â¬ FuLK ROU1E M JOHNNYS SEW YKAKS URKAM IV- - J it elegant se vice offered by the Big ictvv con t in mnali ami Nijjbt hahis are by iio other line itche- c ac pflbc luest iiiijiioveil pattern mil W gner rs service ur the first time r and liiawmg lining Cam and uid Exquisite Ilutiet Siee ing tars 1h- -111 1 - Tie Board 2 75 per week Monday to Friday 12 from Addi v ahnion on in IJ Che-a-ue- t cl tl tfWWWb sSr K r with the Ser vice etteuds through shn UUIXTV PRINCIPAL Â¬ es etc or addiess I apply to nearesi ticket assal iWALDROP H MARTIN G P sV EO r T A M critic I II Ticll VI BNGLWRV TABLERS OINTMENT ilia aim ra I was so surprised when Mr de Jinks called to pay the compliments of on Me thing tt i No wonder Thats the only ver knew him to pay Insult to Injury Did he say i will not anything to you when he handed you the bill led me a happy IsNcv Well its about time to make some Nee Years resolutions Whats the use Didnt you break Wimt shnll we do with him frand all those you made a year ago 11l ler asked Certainly Thats why Ive got to pa Yovtni Detroit Tribune make new ones Ref iraed to CannihaUnv The greatest length ol the l nitea The natives of one of the Fiji islands States fr Jin east to west is on the par- Â¬ ited on the corner of First and Ir allel of 4 degrees north latitude that hnve returned to eannilalim after abÂ¬ They hive port Me on the stinence fnm the praetiee for eiifhteen is to saT from Cast and count Atlantic coast to a point on the Pacific Times are hard in Fiji sad of Salem white mans provisions scarce tllris exact1 Wa nd kinds oi Wine tnissionaries have prca Ore On the above parallel nt from and can Inrnisi Its greatest width il lowest c ll ly 2713 miles longto tie ct against the V devour bnni or send it at the bur or barbarism but now the luisfior from north to south is on the tood hem- are likely to leave the sa gree of ihn McTkhoa wid wait on a ime It has be through ti N D to ercd that r on direct line from greatest width the ij atv Point Isabel Ti I I1E- - CORNER SALOON i i - Â¬ i 0-17 tear L T WILSON Prop the climax tf ROCK VLUNBIDtl BY The Climax Printing 1ditii imiIha PBB VKAU TAN M Co ana n newest vanetv is moire velvet for carriage cloaks and those worn over evening drexsesKven richly repHl silks have the sleeve of velvet IkiiIi in leaatawiss sad rtassarisc Then BSSBC in the new bBcb1 col MB iiicean reil tasqaaaai lilne mauve - ami fnmi PKKK 150 WEDNESDAY ATTZETISIKG SATES nivclty in wnolen faorio is wnven in neii sqaares in imitation of the perforated cliitlm ami sell ets It is nsoalljr in large plaids and the small BOM spaces are in the cirners of the panares The fabric is ol solid color BO that it may lie lively above S contrastiiig col I liht to oranjre yellowa Â¬ II- N know Ii I ii dipl iial i - IIK imIhubb tin a call ltl Ul oeii stpiares slmw iug pink silk beneath dark blue with cerise skoariag through or black over anas No Kasiiimi MiLaines can furnish better and more reliable information on this subject than the Mipnlar McDoW mala mini as thev do from the m centre of the world In rice theriaaasas follows Both La Mode de laris and Paris Mbassof Fashion each for a years subscription or - a eopv Flit 1rench I ressmaker iier annum or 30 rents a copy As for La Mode a family paper oi unusual merit it costs only -- Viaveai or b If you are unable to proeiits a copy cure either of t best- journals from your do not take any substitute from him but apply by mail directly to McDowell Cot 4 West Nth New York Â¬ V ud ale tan with Â¬ DIED AT 1 J CASE with a pproarJlias Japan Air ii bra It was New Veins Sunday and all over tin laud in many Iboi mil pulpits men preached scniioiis filled with days Gca irity the glory and pathos of the day and the Dut whether in gilded soxlito- iefta e eait- - tin me H- - lias or beneath rough hewn boards ii Uiair- iiioii in all ol the day was tilled with a diviner truth or tauabl a purer t to the than I lie senium that is in the death ol a simple honest and faithful muiitiy editor ol tin- - little town of am will He was a country editor His lite was loan a i rc- - jointly by two spent in the struggle to publish a paper in the communities where patronaf He did his own work He reviewed hi- wrote his editorials and feathered ap his news and the tj and Imked in the forms an with Ids own hand plied the little coun try press He solicited patronage made his own contracts and issued his own receipts lb was all in all a man of tod He was tin one man iii bis county who all the people And for manv many years he did all ml more and an man can lav a io ins ciiaracier lie nave seen him her and elsewhere often and olten always the same ready with a smile a aby and modest man with an air of try embarrassment that never did ike him This simple frucal loyal lite came to a We cannot know Bat the man was found dead at his case in the iii era Head at hi- - case w here bis duty lay wiiel m the night when ihe summons came What a now aboard have in mis iaii1 n every man w hose summons Jl be Ilimd at his ease with slick in half auitiel II ami publisher of the uingham Age Herald i Â¬ Â¬ sere ninie jat forth hi Tin sl h- that IV n at the liaiiillni any odds il kaoas ster Deooo-- uttr the in ciidiii tht- iiv a bibe will ill knew him i the minute you can Yes indeed Ill run all the way You dearfellow Oood by iiKsl bv throw me a kiss WOMANS PAKSOXAGE SOCIETY iiKsl by my treasure boy THE WEEK OF PRAYER The door bangs and I hear him go low n ttie steps ami 1 think the agony The Central Committee oi the Wom is ended ans Parsonage and Home Mission Kocie He goes out to tbe corner walking ics tin- follow int circular calling far backward half the way and fluttering the annual obserrance of the week of his hamlkerchiet player 1elruary 8 10 1895 catch sisrht of a dainty little bit of Preparation for the approaching annu- cambric waving from a window telov al prayer service should lie made hum- my room and drop into m chair in all itid gratefully acknowledging that the ijuerulousness and cvnicism of my the successes are due to Hita who prom- o bachelorhood and sav I will ised put my Spirit in von and Well I hope to goodness it will last ye hall live and will place vmi in hut I just dont believe it will HI felt your own land and ve shall know that I sure it would I I dont know but Id the Lord have spoken it and performed gt married myself ith the lori With this sure Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ -1 ceptible of being li nt tited bv the com pletion of the canal Tiiese facts ami lijrures though published nearly two years asn ara even more strongly applicable now than they were then In the letter referred to Mr Hester showed that treat Dritain annually ex Iorted nufsi tails from cotton amount ing in value to uore than pBOJtMfXO exclusive of MjMMM worth of thread hosiery lace and the like Of this vast ioreitfii trade unwinds of H 70000000 won are annually shipped to British Kast India China Japan Java and other Oriental countries In theyearin which the letter was written the Inited Stitcs exported to threat Britain raw lotton to the value of about sd70000iKHI It will thus lie seen that ireat Britain exported to the Ijist cotton goods of about the SSSBS value as the raw cotton imiKirtetl from the Inited States The exort tade of the Inited Elates to be Baa iscomparaliveiv insignificant the total for the year 1891 a good year Having oeen only 54Js000H0 lliclmiing all anii Its of eottoa ajoaJs alone the total exports were 8787000 or consid erably less than a twentieth of the ex Hirts of cotton goods to the Kast by Great Britain It is dear that the vast bulk of the cotton toous exported to the Orient bv mat Britain nearly all of which are aauiufarted from raw nation pur chased in the Inited States should in the natural order of things have lieen manufactured and exortcl bv the UniÂ¬ ted States As the Southern States pi o dace the raw cotton they should also manufacture it into g Is and thus save the cost of shipment to the I aneashire mills and the prolits which middlemen realize limn handling the staple The bailding of the Nicaragua canal would briny New Orleans and the other Southern teaports many thousands Of miles dose to tbe markets of the Orient than are the British mills at Manchester That cotton roods can be man ufactured as cheaply in the South as in any plans else in the world is certain hence with a convenient outlet to the great consuming markets as would lie furnished bv the completion of the the Sooth would lie given cm ry possible advantage in a contest for supremacv in the export trade Pfca vune Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nica-i-an- Oh Horace Kver and ever so much Fvery moment will seem an age My darling And you will come home just as soon as ever you can dearie You know I will Oh Horace Im so glad olad you are my own dear little w iley Yes darling Im a thousand thousand times iilad Ton old darling But now I really must go Oh Horace There there The little girl mustnt cry I cant help it Horace Its so hard Why must we ever he to see you go separated a single hour It is too cruel Be a brave But Ill lie hack so soon little woman I cant Oh Horace But vou must Im not worth eiying for Yes you are too Indeed I am not birdie Indeed you are Well well sweetheart Tin off now Just one more kiss He took a dozen and then gasped out Just one more Ive a mind to keep tight hold of you she then and not let you go at all Missou whispered What would you do with ugly me around all he time Id be the happiest woman in all the wide world No would Vou dont love me that much I ove you oh Horace You little precious You dear old boy Good by darling - it time for you to really go iood by birdie Indeed it is Good bv precious Are you sure your watch isnt too fast Oh its just right Oood by wifey I dear Bv by darling Come home just the i v ith- - ty jail it IrOMhSTH BIKDS OFTHECHINESE ble part of the - in I ina and of them consti- I and io nun Inited wbicb States in the report coiiMil at Chin- - Kiang each of which has iis peculiar I the WHIN Tlil pi II CAME x leeds the chow a white ii the collin at In and it is io kill one blood on the Imw ing the girls rood dav both and sprinkle the lor the propitiation of I rear ite inks are reared durin da h and salteil Thev are in tIK k ally hatched I Ue knew the birds are driven sboat where thew Uu are hi light under strict After iedging w from pond to noad Ij - lakes and rivers in a Staall boat one ity in the war of in- - man to every tenor twelve connoiants They stand perched on the Srdesofthe loat and at a word from the man thev thai ought to scatter on the water and In gin to look tor their BBBre They dive for the lab and then rise to the surface with the eiag hard catch in their bills when they are called bandall A back to tin- - lioat bv their fisherman pb and YA hey swim to their master pa purse and are taken into Ihe boat where thev titer lay down their prey and again resume aiueil BaaaaaV their labor The use of incubators in Rasa and Lara ha been known and practicl in China for several hundred in ancient Egypt lriN The apparati- verv primitive but the men encased in the busiues- - know exactly the dav vhen the din Wiseman chickens will come forth the press indent from ere is a rank and are prepared to receive themPop nee Moiithlv saaanja without giv- not onear THE NICARAGUA CANAL A Nil Till COTTON TRADE A-- iI discipline ami 1m i call xtr in flight ary intelligeaee The mandarin to nigbt iin k a smallei variety is reared for its i the I1U prised m sa easbelhsfa- at mciit to the artificial lakes aith which Hinds oi the areaftbl are adorned By virtue of their reflate far conjugal fidelity a pair of them are introduced aaoas Ti ved by a n culiar proceav altei liniail be which they keep for several years form an important part of mandarin dinners trip- pure white and ii gnat aae and M that of the swan aiiing de T1 tnrk ignert and sold and silver phraaanti are raisrid and the domesticated and trained rtnieut and to t a wonderful degree of intelligence for work - The ikea oat oa the i - tr fHlli Tjv vamrelicl population l is frequently the case that those whom you take to be your best friends outouring of i iods Spirit turn out to lie your worst enemies Iebrmiry lith coiiiincmorales Wesleys Thev advise you to go into things that landing in America lor the purpose of thev would not go into till SBSlll US SB J evangelizing it February 7th his learn- you go on their judgment and get caught ing from Peter Bolder of a deeper spiritina trap Sometimes it is the meanness ual lile I me date ia the anniversary of and sometimes it is the ignorance of soar the coming of Methodism to this counfriends It is much the best to goon try - far as Wesley embodies it and your own judgment utherof its spiritual birth Hence uo our week of paver fitly begins with I am The giggling girl Topics proposed I laugh ami snicker Wednesday February ith Topic Whir ntian love Inbetween Christian And scieain work the And raiM- the roof ted the foreigners Bible read Which is Mire proof John x Il i7 and selections That brains are not essentials from John xvii John iii and v All the time 12 7 To jar weak nerves Tim dav February 7th Topic the Is my liehght Spirit upon our meth To make ods oi working the workers Your hair nbers beers n teachers stand still like quills our litei it ii ami our I Bible poll r adings lets ii 1 8 and P is i Corin The fretlul phesiaiis iii H L Porcupine Friday Febn pic our treas Is bliss divine ury its importance iis needs ami our When I go up the tiuine duty to it Prorjoftionateand systesaatk Please write benevolences Maim hi iii 10 Il lrov- the shaft i eios xi ukc vi M Ad XX hi he died - Corinthians ix 7 That you might live -- Ex Sabbath Februarv 10 Tonic tne reli oo ious need of the alien fareaga and uue Â¬ Â¬ aÂ¬ faith may press forward with enthusiasm seeking a more borough knowledge of the work committed to us mciiici unless ior me services ami an promise OLD GUI MBLEli human mind has contrived to favor the dead should they pass on to a new and mystical existence or choose to return to life upon earth Old as tbe hills are the customs of the venerating Chinese who heap high beside the graves their delicate viands ol chicken and rice The North American Indians too were found to strew the mounds of their dead with food hihI hunting implements These ancient customs were the outcome of a deeper faith in certain theories than can prevail among enlightened people today and vet from experience purely in the natural realm preparations for the welfare of those supposed to lie dead should they revive to stay among the liv- ing may even now be witnessed in our country every day The ingenious iu- ventor appreciating the possibility of a premature burial and knowiug full well the horror with which the subject is regarded by afflicted mortals has come to the scratch at once with the most elabo- rate devices bv which the reviving person mav communicate from his aoasa to tin- Franz V ester of Newark outside woild N J styles his invention a New and useful improvement in burial cases or cotiins for the dead ami projtoses to at- Â¬ tach a chimney to the cotliu extending from over the face of the body up above the surface of the ground Within this chimney he would place a ladder and a cord leading out to a bell so that the buried person should he revive mav climb to the world without or comuiuni- esse w ith his mourning friends The machinery- of the invention for a similar purpose by Adelliert Kwintkowski of Posen Wilda Geruianv is much more intricate He declares that he has has invented certain new and useful im- Â¬ provements in safety cotfinsand proposes to arrange his apparatus so that an alarm will be given to the outer world by the slightest movement of the apparently tlead body To this end Herr Kwiat kowski proposes to connect the collin with the surface above the ground by a pipe or chimney to be herineticallv sesled and to contain near the top a blight colored signal tuft He would then surround the supposed deceased body within bv cords and plate a bridle lightly iiion lKth the forehead and chest Thus equipped the slightest movement of the IkxIv would release the springs mi a rod iu the pipe above and the bright colored tuft would be shot out as I signal to warn the living The breaking of the cap aoove woum aiso introduce more air into the underground prison That the spirits of Ethan Allen and Oeneral Putnam still lingers to inspire the jiatriot may seem to lie evidenced in the curious invention of C M French and W H Fancher of Waterloo N Y It is none other than a combined plow and gun which the inventors call an iin proved ordnance plow so arranged that when wanted for farming the farmer may have a plow causal if not superior in point of strength ami lightness to that implement as ordinarily made and w hen the occasion offers a piece of light or B dinance of meat value especially when H used in border localities subject to savage tf feuds and guerrilla warfare The inventors wax eloquent in their aflirmations as I to the good qualities of their device Tt V is unrivaled and in times of danger in repelling skirmishing sttaekaon those ea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PI Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS t swr LIPPIMGOTTS MAGAZINE 1 895 The special feature of rHBBajraajaaaaaaasjsaaaa j I TARIFF j tm Voc IiriI SCOTTS A In cm Ii I Complete Novel inniie t HttlBfl At i EJtXPSA FlMC 2 yfiiiTuttfy at uis - 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100 A YEAR 111 ier lnurtiiil The Weekly milker very lilieral terms to agents Kample copies i the paper and Pieiniuin Su plement sent free to anv address Write to C n ui Ki l it in COMPANY loiiisvilie Kentuckv CHEAP FOR RIPHMnNnSTFllM -v - - I B Itis GASH first class STOPFERS ajpoiiit b LAUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME in its THE OLDEST G mentis mid will he sold at a INDUSTRIES Clothmq House lsn ol ath night pri gramme i for this octa sion oir coiiutrv is A prepared ex - nUt It n putalioi ol thooe newspaper nnianm illy all news that comes to him b broadcast through the land The Northern up and in many ins - injury at of not only large or criiii milted but the basis or to firing n- u lied to tbe i ppress crimes and when taass shah have bean reduced to a trade of the East minimum mr natural resources mill do To us of the south the most iutereraatand with less effort on our part ing phase of the subject is in the oililies that the completion Ni i orB1 canal is now claiming the attention of ban House- - sfGssn and will I the order of the day in Wash ington until linally disposed of The ct therefore for some definite ac tion this BSasoabjr Congress looking to the resumption of work on the canal is One of the arguments which has attracted the most attention and won the most favor for tbe bill lielore Co is tbe showing that the canal would bring the Inited Sutt s into pnte close communication with the great consum ing markets ol the Orient thus placing Miiencuu markets w a nosBUJoa to com Iete sna efisfullv with Euror- - for the Â¬ Â¬ The Nicaragua - LAI winter It is eu Cloaks rA lunaum cauai WOUIU ojieil for Ihe extension of the cotton In a letter written in January in Mr Henry ba ler secretary oi the local Cotton Ex- MOST PERFECT MADE caaage luraished some valuable statist- A pure Crape Cream c of Tartar Powder demonstrate to niut from Ammonia Alum or any other aduiteranC of up tio c ur pastors are respect full v nrgad to adopt the snbjects proposed tor the here tnt a lover Met who died iuite wretched Welneslav night and Sabbath morning lapsaao ise ali through his life he was services and are re j nested to allow tht Too bashful t arvBVM societies to occupy tbe Sabbath night serhere was another man whose ways vice- with the instructive anil delightful His neighbors urcatlv pained mine I use he uidni know enough The week should In one of power and To go in when it rained ug for this is the confidence that All three rac fools hut worst of all we have toward Him that if we ask any To everybodys eyes is be wiu was a business man thing in accordance with His will He And didnt advertise heareth u and if He heareth us whatso Somerville Journal ever we ask we know that we have the i t i ti nt- nave askeu ol lllm Any one who has children will rejoice Mks Nathan Scrkitt with L B Mulford of Plainfield N J Gsatral Se retarv His little hoy five years of age wm kick Kansas City Mo with croup For iwo days and nights he tried various remedies recommended bv A IAINHT PARTING friends and neighbors He says I thought I wo Id lose him I had seen MoMINTsiir MoNl WBUH 11IK slJSTIMKN Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised TI iill IK SKCVIMII loii TIIK Iis and thought I would try it as a la l hope raw and am happv to say that after two doses We cant help but wonder how often he slept until morning I gave it to him the scene depicted so feelingly in Jid next day and a cure was effected I keep Uits as represented below has been this remedy in the house now and as soon acted with siindrv variations v the as any of my children show signs of croup numerous yoona married folk i I give it to them and that is the last ol it citv 25 5 cent bottles for sale by W F It was by the merest accident that I Powers and T S Hagan hapjiened Ui hear the following tag conversation between young Safety Alarau for Csffiss Csatbised faa- Mr and Mrs Mnstruck bob aid They had Traps just returned from their honcvmooii Elc and were shoal to undergo the mortal Noting America has long been suspi- Â¬ agony of their first separation for he cious that King Solomon was none the ing hack Io his ollice desk there w isaat of men and certain it is that the to remain for lour long weary dreadful author of the famous proverb Theres hours nothing new under the sun if he were How ever shall I live a w hole half day to return to the earth today would need -t-iara without you dearie mJ Mrs to revise his outlaw ed philosophy For Moonstruck every day here in tbe Patent Office brings You won t mi ss IlluliWj vou something new to and a stroll about darlii among the archives of the Patent Office Museum is like wandering in a world of Awarded oddities many of which have been called Highest Honors Worlds Fair lllto leilnr Iiv 19 fc vlc iuie iiiiuiis oi self ap- IHiinted geniuses who have considered themselves ordained by nature to do away with the old and to introduce tbe new At anv rate even a cursory examination of exhibits will suggest that whatever mav have been the accomplishments of reallv great inventors no small number of individuals have been impelled by the most remarkable views as to tbe needs of this exacting age and not a few haw concluded that their fortune would be made were thev able to produce some- Â¬ thing which differed from everything I 1 1 Â¬ i - There as a man who failed To in ilie longed for prize ln lio tml irjcrily He did no advertise Mm man fools gaged in peaceful avocation it may be used in the field readv charged with its deadly missiles of ball or crape The share will bold the guu finals on the ground and the handles can be used in raving the weapon pirectioti Hut not alone in frontier districts must the lives of tjeople be protected In civilized countries and express train ages when men can not overcome their desire to be whisked about from point to poiat all care must lie taken to insure their safe transportation At least so thinks Stephen Beottea ol Richasoad Va who claims to have invented a machine for shooting missiles at cows on railroads so that herereafter when the frisky cow venturers on the track it wiill not he necessary to derail the train to remove the carcass but a shower of gravel may be expelled at tbeoirending creature And still another inventor A Myers comes to the rescue of mankind the use he asks of being delivered from the tomahawk or rifle of the savage and saved from the frightful possibilities of the railroad wreck if you live to die bv slow degrees from the ravages of the tape worm And SO be propuces a trap lookiug somewhat like a capsule case to be swallowed by tbe patient who must previously cease to eat for several days in order to drive the worm by hunger Â¬ iiik uone iiroinptiv ni as well as anv other Luiml s v BARGAIN My reason for Belling is that my lime is wholly taken ap on in iin- - CrJkntnr PRICES NO HIGHER Sialy Home Ceopleand they will stand by vou l RICHMOND No 7 First Steet 21- the Climax OUT OF TOWN WORK - SOLICITED fWVysvW CURES Cramps Cholera Morbus Diarn tosa Flux Colic S F Rock FOR RENT BUTCHER SHOP - Siren January AliXM S AT oil 1 wlt j Lion in mis BREAKS UP 2S add SOc y- flLI1 AF Wl 1 e DUNCAN OLD STAND 1 into the stomach Nausea Changes of Water Etc Sold Evekwheiie But space will not ermit one to even teach aaoa all the baaaaoas devices m men and women desiring to bring forth something novel One scheme of N V Yeile is to impart a sudden jolt ot jar to the running gear of a carat the moment power is applied in starting the car to assist in overcoming the inertia Another plan is that of an alarm liedstead which first wakes the sleeper gentlv and if he does not arise within a prcscrilied time throws him out upon the floor Still an other is an improvement iu mustache guards designed to permit the lover of soup and the possessor of a flowing mus Â¬ tache to eat in peace and comfort and survive to a ripe old age Ca to Â¬ - aa HFUR MPfiiriVC ft uiiuiu No Pay iwo ana one nail times as much as jc bottle A COLD Pek Bottle Mo Relief Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Bit s of Animals and Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches HEALS V will keep on baa an 1 for ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS -- SLCM AS- - The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard Abo beadqaarten for And will sell at lowest prices THERE IS LUXUURY AND ECONOMY IN USING LESS SLACK ICE In any - ICE I i I i ICE i ICE 1 KINDLES QUICK LESS SULPHUR LESSCItiDER LESS ASH JELLICO HAKES LASTS BURNS HOT LONG FIRE quantity desires ii ii V we are thankful lor tui patronage ami solicit a Ilillt on iiinuuuilC II fit same us a fill ii nhi w ivi uuiH ii t win iuv a ew bio alvea m11 i t i CLEAN I W DUNCAN CO ill ia ad Ilsws Tills We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O We the undersigned haveknoun F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all busine transactions and financially able to carry out anv obligations made by their firm West Trlax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldino Kinnan mar vin Wholesale druggists Halls Catarrh Cure is acting directly upon the blood and mucous diuggists Toledo C taken internally 11 BLOCK best lump 12 cents per bushel STOVE 5 inch nut llcts per bushel Smithing Anthracite and Cannel Coal Coke Kindling Baled Hay Shelled Oats Corn c at Lowest Market Prices COAL 12 PEOMPT DEajrrrrRT ly iBARGAINni w lATTRACTllo NOTIONS IN- - Plow-TsBf-- Warsi surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all 9S OOeaaad Yard Cor ktaiaaad b Hbasia L R BLANTON c qaare fr ic 1 bottle cologne 1 IOC 3 NEW FULL Tablets oart hoose -- n jt Dlt w CREAl BAKING POWDfB H ways with perfect success He says I find it a perfect cure for our baby Madison when GeorgeS Williams Ailmr vs troubled with colic or dysentery I now r Circuit Geo S Williams widow Ac J Conn feel that my outfit is not complete without All persons having ciaisas saaiaat the a bottle of this remedy st home or on a of trip away from home For sale by W T estate notified s Williams deceased are hereby to Hie the saase with imPowers and T S Hagan properly verified as repaired by statute or same will be barred For rheumatism I have found nothing 8 K SCOTT Master Coin r IfadJaorj Circuit Court equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm It relieves the pain as soon as applied J W Young West Liberty W Va The prompt relief it affords is alone worth the cost 50 cents Its continued use will effct a permanent cure For sale by W Kimaining unclaimed in tlie at Richmond Ky for the F Powers and T S Hagan eek endingi January i 1895 i rice a hat or cap at btouflers with ta- Henderson Wm MB nWK riff off and be surprised rtei T zi t 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 COMMISSION ERS NOTICE II tolj TannorTr Waning Â¬ To Creditors due the Climax OHice up to the 1st of All the accounts LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Fat instance from time immemorial the human heart has followed in sympa thy the souls of the departed and the ley What about vour insurance Turley Insure that big barn Powell blaze will start Powell Powell 32 Tur3 - Hedges Julia W Nolund Offutt J I Yates Waller place them in the hands of an Iadlockjc ith two ke s Fine bra s lock 25c oncer for collection as I have OH cloth 15c yd Iaps 10 and waited patiently and do not ladies llai ani 40c 10 and propose to eztend further in- Â¬ Mi I uuaiJ tOOi are payaDie to sP3ndsc uarp c me and they mnst be settled Uai th brooms 10c Cravons 8c box without further delay If not Teaspoons 4c set Tablespoons 6c settled immediately I will Balls 5c c Hammers I Ink 4c Mucilage 4c - collar buttons 2c lacks ic paper Safety pins 2c cd w ii low shaces oc Lace curtains 4 Pole completeic Kibbn ic iard Childrens school handkerchiefs ae Hair curlers and qc himbles ic each Pins ic paper ceaics ic paper Tape ic Hair pin ic box s Ml WTO GOODS Are What We Are Now Offering Duriag the pass hm weeks we have been oieniuo 4c rvery day pscacr NEW GOODS ou Never before wa MVT Dton- Winan array ol im - ll stock so com t flP luanl of BARGAINS Boots Shoes Blankets Comforts Canton Flannels and Flannels Prices never heard of before at Si the ration Dr STANDARD Prices Cream Baking Powder Awuktf GoU MecUl Midwiatcr A Fir Su Fnuicwo I Tsrley 3 xaastor Post Office hours from 6 a m to 6 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a ni to 530 p m VV A POWEII m 7ire is a good servant Tsut a tad I mean business You can find me at the Climax Offce dulgence ELDER He wiil save you mom v rnt buy until you asj to Powoll 8s Turley 3 j J H POWELL n Sfc foTThat Pnrcunase i ilui C75fymav be wnrth 31 ask vnr VB w j ivu 9MsWsaWMt MR THE CLIMAX WEDS EMMY A Happy New I 1 Wanton pays that he ie never Teria Cobb County Attorney will r Hamiltons meat lice raaaaaad that we are to have the 11th ami - month I has larger iriulai 111 paper in itirlimrotd a aujcli and aoa lames Vulllli Kuli- - IllWJf ten 111 ad K C and the ii the railroads were - thing to - - He ail g enipirium you i ill will Ird unary an mi re- - rnarv - were unable V YV Richmond Lodge No 25 F S AM Hall Midway Plii ance AVonlerlanl met last Thursday evening at their lodge Show Jauaujse ELaar alachinery Hall j room and elected the following oflicer- - to Mrl lints Hall etc with the special SH Miinir vear attraction of lectures band concerts etc 1 rJaene V M 11 E Mit ell S W aha given daily i waft worth the en J UrBOaahyI V b S lirkea Cashier deavor of our citiens toapead thedaj BpecJ Smith Secy and S L MidkiH at this successful ExpoaaUoo Tyler Claude Smith was appointed B Whether the request of the public that 8 R Mowain J L K C 11 Cov the aaajaaajaaaeaa aattead the time for iiiKton and S P Deatherage Stewards closing the Exposition will he granted is The fraternitv gave its annual supper yet uuknown A suggestion -- attend which was well served and ma le a sea now son of enjoyment to the members and Killed by His Krifad visiting guest James Martin a well kanwa resident D C 1 ogan one of Lesjafteaa of Madison county who lived with hie prominent and icsperted citizens was wife and six children on bie farm mar in a djimg condition in the bach found Paint Lick was shot by his - ft inti his home on TUaraJav morning mate friend Horace Woods Christmas of last week The faets as to his death and died at oclock the following are brooded in mvatery A coroners lay As reported ill the daily papers jurv returned a verdiet that Ins death rase for shooting waa a most trivial by a hullet wound at the one Loth men were drinking The of an unknown partv The fam- affair is a sad instance of the fruits of in ily and many of his bit this teaaperance and the result deplorable opinion while others advance and Jaaaea Martin was a man with faults t slicidc str ngy urge that r Who is pertect He was alao a man He is re pitted to have heen financially with mmiv redeeming qaaliteaa kind embarrassed an ribc this as the luisoand and loving father MM of a suicide One tact MRBCa His burial took place in the Richmond his having conimitlc i cemetery ou the 28th He leaves land the deed and that is that there were BO and life insurance to the amount of about r burns as is alwa 18000 and a debt of about ftt000 I la or pistol is tired at such Woods has sin relehied to the propel - report having heard short rang authoritiea in Garrard county where the f linirdci in the back van and illg occurred still others to man the place This is one of the Iisliictve lire anil hiiss of Life in ban to fathom hut it is caster order has been com- Millers Hotel at Lancaster Darned to the petpetrator will be found and the ground yesterday morning and K justice loeteU out to him coe the lessee of the property his Mr- two year old son ami mother-in-laPrior BreaVfB M norni ants of the building perPryorBroa has stranded made an assignment to ished in the names They wete in the - with her third story Mrs B this place A husband and child and would have pcr small Liabilities unknown ishetl also hut the heroic efforts ot a Sale af Eaaaerer W ilkfv colored man Alex Miller who not Ky II t heliault of Richmond withstanding the entire third story IV Leaf itt of Bnraon where she was wa- - enveloped in a mass of flames succeeded in raising a ladder Emperor W -- orge high enough on the building to enable Wilkes by Wiliiam nna by Pilot Jr for 46001 him to save her life which was done a tbe beat bred the risk ol his own He would have - in Kentiickv succeeded in rescuing Mr Pascoe and ild had not that gentleman in an hii1 rrltattft rlrctiaa rushed into the flames Madison lo lge No 14 met on the beaiing his little boy in hi arms There nit and elected the in the building as the i le lor the ensuing hotel wa- - to have changed hands yester II Thorpe It C Kirly N i term day aud i aa temporarily sus-W 11 It V i lis is I lie third tire 1 ne appointive orlicers has overtaken this hotel it the next meeting will Lm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I traveling around with bis fence racket EDUCATIONAL ne time Lexington Press Mr Heimbaaarb was brought here There were live applicants enrolled in Thursday evening and lodge I in tin pi Mliiin iiiainii elhin iia ITaaiiiilai lie was once before arrested in this the 23d ult The result of the exaim- couilty on Ihe same charge but forfeited nation is not yet known his bond The public school- - ot the county with PERSONAL Arone or two exceptions have closed rangements are being made in several Bates Shackelford went to 1 ouisville districts for winter terms last Thursday Miss Alice Arnolds school at Brooks Miss Estelle Ioyntz is visiting relatives town dosed Friday December 21 with in Mt Sterling Dr Ioyntz attended the Exposition in appropriate exercises Those in the ad Â¬ vanced grades attaining the highest Lexington Tuesday averages were Maggie Baxter 944 William Nellsient Tharaday and Abbey Shearer 92 In the lower grades Friday in Lexington D la Powell HiTevisHuguely M Two Mayor T T Covington spent Friday at prixea for punctuality were awarded to the Exposition in Lexington Dola and Taska Powell These little Jas A Stapp and family will move to girls were present at every recitation sometime in this month Mha Arnold has done ellicient work in this district and has proven such a faMrs J E Garner and daughter Mis vorite that the patrons are not willing to Ethel are visiting friends here give her up and are urging her to teach Miss Mattie Anderson of White Hall a winter and spring term is visiting Mrs Gardner Wallace An examination for the graduates of has Bodes the Revenue Collector the common schools will lie held aoaao of this district went home Friday time in Jannary and the pupils who J 11 Powell was in Cincinnati Wed Â¬ have completed the course should avail nesday and Thursday of last week themselves of this oppirtuiiity There Miss Ada berry of Lexington is visit- are a number of them who hy a littlo Mr- - Tom Berry effort on their part could jass a credita ing her grandmother W ble examination and receive a diploma Lark nee Smith Mrs John iiviiie Kla retained home last then be promoted to a higher grade in some high school or college week j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ fr Â¬ 1 Â¬ lie will be Bill Taylor trill laa- in the life he lluiram- ana lhaceon lettsaj Kaalr MeartH PraaaV1 - l the over hureh Sooth the work is progressing on tl le SCHIIOIH wii oe crerieu so the officers w ill stand 1 Judge I M It hh of w iliac Indiana a private in the 71st Indiana n the battle of Itegiment -- 1 here is joint put a mpii the court ho h re- - We ar in s Mir Irs cv R IV Mc Fran information and - of ihe journtIt is i ted V r rumor going the that Younger Norn an Is near the this purpose te it until I Uovce r of K d Mondai the estate m araa No farther lined as to the - jury n wh w ntal killing by a re cling to the leliel iniir lcred and robbed a harveatiag I Itifnl ice from the sur- If this weather holds rl time longer the Richmond bataaM business next sum- wi ek ago the company was Now lack Krost u lapetiuoa so strongh aa ut up bhop lor the - the barn miett moved llerndon corner lontei for altoiit h Kiltiehl A Co the Bennett build- where Tills IS on record in Ml nnett has aa long leeii with the corner his trieuds ouble in finding him in his rmick and W FScbooler will eek in pamphlet forma oid graphic ai count of the life Taylor colored a1 haa riuai the gallows The aeaaaaal es the harrowing details of his Daty his trial a Tin ad sentence Copies for sale on the hanging The pamphlet ontain perfect pictures of the and the slain and tbe jury before the criminal was tried and con- - of Middlesboro Ky ant call Friday He re- essaflairs as somewhat im- at the citv where loouis were tashionofthehour and with a of better times and a ooaaa ml for aaaaaaatfaaad articles industries will lie revived and ty make a steady growth necessary in the mechanical line there and nothing is wanted - t the wheels in motion market for their products ar A lirk -- I to induce Gear HcC rnor ami the complimen- - that are being said about him r the state ny papers ano poim cians must be gratifying to him as to his tliflll tliM model Co vernor and the n the estimation of patriotic kians and none is better entitlel V iiilu Kc aor and respect than he H the hole life haa fully demonstrated truth of the lines Act well your part tnereallthe honor iial uiai of the Wfliiamsport Circuit Court w riling to French Tipton concerning the - - his letter with the tion The drop ued evidence ot appreciation -i will Ik- inr feet And I can say that a great main nil laary lave died from the same N received in the ba Haggard died at his bom of had it not been for the humane Decemlwr 30th Winchester h His remains geneious action of the noble hearted inrlauiaiion of tl e of ic hi uon d ami Madison county he U ituhc ter ceil were who took our irk and wounded boys Mr Haggard was iy i many of proiniiient horseman a into their g nial companion and well liked by his them back to life and health At tbe last meeting of our Regimental Association this matter was ids death up and resolutions passed expressive ol v recks Kailraad our appreciation of Ibis generous treat - Two n the ment of nor comrades bf the peo I N KC ilivi one near your city and county and a copy of the The Modern lather r at Rivenud Ford and Ha- - found that her little one- - are imresolutions ordered transmitted to the al hours on proved more bv tie pleasant laxative Mayor of Richmond with a reqoea at Ford araa the Syrup of Fig when in need ol the lava ation in the papers of the city by defective trucks nnder a box I hope our Secretary has not neglected five effect ol a gentle remedy than bv anv car The rein ival of the lebris other and that it is more acceptable to to attend to it tbe wrecking crews Irom Uk hi Children enjoy it and it benefits There are many painful memoric and Livingston No estimate given nected w ith the battle of Richmond for them The true remedy Syrup of Fig- of the loss and BO lives were bi manufactured by the Caliiornia Fig all of us of the 71st Indiana but the Sy rup Co onlv II reivers Kfmrt treatment our wounded received alter the It N the battle was over is a bright spot in Fur Kr nt the dark pictun haa LA ipanv conveniently located - and operating best ice house in town Apply atOiMVN ft en Is of th road for the moo 11 luvv kli otliee eapeuaui The following roang people enter thie morning in iitr and l 30 3 - at ained quite a number of their friendOliiluary the Inited States Circuit Court TTT Tv Contractors total earnings for October araoont their respective homes during the holi F Park wife of John Mrs Louisa VAllKV VllW Sealed bids for the conatractioa of cat lelightful manner 28485 with total expen Park died at her home in Irvine on the Walter Carpenter will preach here tle pens in the citv of Richmond Kv Mr and Mrs Gardner Wallace on ding a balance of 7Hi34 as J7ih ult of congestion of the lungs The next Sunday will be receive until Saturdav Jamiarv ings For September tbe earn Tuesday night the 35th in honor of remains were brought to Richmond on S Ilerriug of Lexington visited u at 12 m Apply to J II Powell for inounted to 476179 with expeo their guest Miss Mattie Anderson of Friday and interred in the cenieterv plans and pectficatioaa i his fathers family near here last week leaving a balance of White Hall aea of 4028 90 here on Saturday A Stray Mulf Mis- - Nettie Todd on Wednesday night Lev R B Raird of the M II Church Mr- - I ark was a native of Madison the iMth in honor of her guest Mi s county Ky was the daughter of I irkin South preaches at Syloani next Sunday A Tiriivvn mule ajout liainl- - high alrndars Etta Gray of Lexington Miss Fmma Johnson attended the collar lioiie marker on both shoulders and Nancy Hume and was horn January We received copies of Hoods Saraapa- Miss Nancy Hall on Thursday night Haker Burgen wedding in Fayette last came into our stable Saturday from the The calender ie the 27th in honor of her cousin Hiss 11th 1830 She was the last of bar week rilla calendar for lsv direction of BuaeiaiQle Call and prove family all the rest having passed fathers Winter and Summer are Elizabeth Hall of Paris a wrk of art Miss Jessie Spurlock who has been property and pay cnarajca and cet your away before she was the loving mother each represented by child faces litho Mrs Bernard Scrivner on Saturday lh x as ebtaarr of whom with her visiting relatives in Ohio returned last animal of eight children six Winter is dad in araphed in colors the 3Ktb in honor of her sisters aged 30 31 consort survive anr1 mourn her loss week garments ap ropriate for the season and Misses Monie and Lucy Prat her She has been a devoted member of the Misses Etta and Fva Finnell of RichMothers will save money by seeino our out through a her bright face pee Miss Lena Cornelisoii on Monday lredesbnarian Baptist church about SO mond visited Mrs C C Burgess last prices on childrens clothing Stonlfer if sunlit curls partially held in night the list bringing the old year to a week place by a daintv cap Snow rlak close See Saaaffera tariff off prices on clothMr and Mrs Park vveie married by iranville Clark and wife from near you catch the artists inaptra the air and Mr and Mrs J P Simmons enter 21 33 ing hats and undervvear Lev Allen Finbry November oth 1840 Kooiiesiuirough visited Wm Ledford while looking at the picture tained the M M- - I I and C lub on tion Tbe attendants were Nicholas Hocker with sun hint week Summer resplendent Wednesday evening in honor of Misses and A A Curtis Mrs Nancy Moberlv last Mr Fnest Duncan of Jessamine her head cm wiied with a rose decked Ita hel and Jane Lilian visitors of Ii Misses Lmla and Alice Arnold on High nee Lipscomb and Mrs Julia Ellis nee countv spent Sunday near here at Pay your taxes now and save cost it aho appeals to foor sentiment Hume Happy Hollow must come now there cannot be obtained al your drug street Tlds was truly a typical ChristNone but those who have known her Jasjier King and Miss Callie Lyons of J P Simmons s send six cents in stamps for one inas occasion and the entertainment was daily life can appreciate her loving Jessamine county were married in for two to C calendar or 10 cents A generous feast was character as a christian a wife mother a joyous one AU fire losses pall by Powell Hood v Co Lowell M provided by the host and hostess and and neighbor always ready to sacrifice Nicholasville Christmas day Turley for the benefit and An entertainment enlivened with sparkling wit A Chairman Needed herseli in behalf of her loved ones and promotion of the Prohibition cause will The best companies adjust promptly Miss iiura Walker entertained at her always ready to do her full share of Ipon the organization of the Ken Turlev V Igmcaster avenue ou Tuesday charitable works She will be missed in be held at Millers school house at Per- Powell on tuck Bureau of Immigration and Infor- home Underwear and sox never were as low evening in honor of her guest Miss her home and in the community where kins some time in January mation Fiench Tipton KM offered the Miss Nannie Campbells Christmas in price as now at Stoutters -Dancing was en Â¬ Hood of Cincinnati i3J lor so many years she has lived as bride tree it the school house at Logana was Chairmanship of tbe Eighth Co gaged in Music by the Richmond Or- matron and a mother in Israel Kor Kent District but could not accept ear lonal loaded down with piesents for the The honor chestra A delightful eepper all of M House and font ares of land on West Other engagements iniihcrlat that Imly name scholars A large crowd was in attend a most enjoyable to make up iiiiii iny lu nin thcrcl a ijiish was accepted bv ediaor Bpotaaavoad of the which went ance aud all expressed themselves as Main street A desirable location if ft taac C II lno M Harrolsburg Democrat who now oilers evening being delighted with the affair Miss A ft for year- - of fame Chairmanship of Madi SHiilll o tin- I Judge Tijiton the uould nutteulcl hot crush Campbell has two more weeks to teach Mt Omvet Kv Dec LSth son countv which of course he cannot Lightning Hot Drops Rev Wm Crow Jr who who was so 1894 Li ii v Ky Dec accept evening the town was thrown into What a Funnr Name popular with his congregation here last Editor Climax excellent one a state of excitement for the third The movement is a Very True but It Kills All Pain Hear Sir The following is a list of summer preached for us Sunday mornand aeaaehody ought to take hold of the time this week when it became known Mr Crow is a fluent by llerea Lodge No HIT ing and afternoon Sold Everywhere Every Day Information tan that J W Heimbaugh the slick indi- officers elected work in this county speaker and wins the admiration of bis M A E T Fish Dec 27th F Without Rolief There is No Par be hal at this othce or of Chairman vidual who came here from Falmouth LC WM iabbard S W C A auditors We would be glad to have weed or the President Col J Ky about a week ago w ith his wife and him preach for us during the comiug Moore J W EL L Bobiaaoa Sery A Ieave vour measure for a suit to order Stoddard Johnstone of Louisville I et little son has been arrested on a charge year T Fish Treas John Johnson S II 2 a of bigamy 33 at Stoutters tariff ofi sale the good work not stop for want off N I Charteen S M Hart J 1 WASHINGTON LETTKlt Heiinbaugh was considered here James Mr county chairman An elegant new Chickenng Piano for Respectfully He stopjied at the best A T a high roller 15- sale Apply at this office Mister Has Cuaie E T Fish ex Secy lent the boaao in town drove a span and had A fall of six inches of snow was the Powell L Turley Are you insured Dec 28 ism WVsllJMliN Ii Hi- - wile was a Joh i Ballard a deaf mute was the best of evervthing sensation on the dav following Christ pretty and stvlish hwking woman ap Â¬ I Iovkj bolder of Ute kev to Eiders Fortu 3 Although there have not been at the mas commencing at aliout I oclock in parently thirty vears old while he was na Box outside more than seventy tive members Tariff eft means tine clothing at trash the morning and continuing all day and not far from titty of Conjires s in Washington at any one prices at Stouffers 3J The Climaxs illustrations form a time during the present week that has the following night This was auginen patent fence He came here selling a will he Fires like death and taxes have ted bv a further fall of about two inches ami everyone thought Mr Htimhaugh pleasing feature this week and not prevented those industrious gentleenjoyed by its numerous readers Thursday night the mercury went down a hail fellow well met men who niake a business of manufact- been in the world since its creation But yester3Pcwell Tnrlev A f amaatm eorreapoodent of tbe In- - uring Washington news for sensational Knt about 2 degrees above zero day evening when the ollieers received alThe oldest clothing house in Richmond and it has since been beta freezing Kv saving terior Joiirnal evidently has his slmn- - paers sending out detailed programes a dispatch irom Richmond Stoufler 2133 is where to buy clothing most all of the time It is decidedly Mr Ileimbaugli was wanted there to iisturhed by his neighbors roosters each entirely ditierent from the other There of what disposition Congress Will make Dont neglect your insurance Powell winter weather and is widely extended in answer an indictment for bigamy the as mav be seen bv the following tarty direction reaching over the are at least a dozen ciowing roosters on Lot the Carlisle Currency reform bill As Turlev people were surprised 32 ver 5 distinguished philosopher Josh entire peninsula of Florida ofttaers arrested him he in- Â¬ Richmond street that could well he dis that When the froLooz out for fires as well as storms w ith 000 boxes of oranges are said to be They all crow in different Billings used to say it is better to le differently remarked that this was the pensed St Turley 3 zen on the trees It will take several third time be hud been arrested on a keys one venerable old Shanghai fur- Â¬ ignorant than to know so darn much Powell While President CleveIt that aint so Dont go to sleep over your insurance for the vv hole brood vears for the trees to recover from the similar charge nishes the has 23 and Bee rotary Carlisle as wall as Powell a Turley leJthafreena lee formed in ba He claims that he has been married to is said that the rooster would be much land and other vessels outside ot more opular bird if he could onlv be in Chairman Springer who is in charge ot woman who was with htm the Powell Turley pay all ure losses far south as Tampa duced to feel that there is no real vital the currency bill hope and believe that ke lioa u ie 32 some shape ty for his reporting his where it will pass the House in hraiarky Kxpositiea a tirana c i a I IBtf her husbind and r LriiBS Turlej3 2 Fire insurance Powell a m neither of them would attempt to mid night and to believe that he had another wife abouts btween Sarerae aould We know that he is at home in the lively say that the House would or would never so cheap as now at sc Clothing at Richmond sands of its visitors from tins and living So are we hut we not nana it although these irresponsible Sloulfers olde t clothing house in Kich- is family i him any place and would not le o ite mtiia V othei do not get up in the Bight to brag about scribilers do so daily mond ratcl irom him for 1000 a day I fact no man living is in praise it is indeed a great success Its If there is any chicken raiser who is that she will it But the supposition ter Who have the bet c iS nlll lUas- Hall hasten th crow at night a poeuioe to state with a reasonable de-Â¬ - she will follow tiiui to jiii when can expiaiu why roosters Turley rnUflc ex will be the fate of Powell gree of certainty what tratioi W it is now in order for him to d they arrive at Richmond currency bill and all attemps to do Shirts drawers ures concerts and meetings ot Masonic ty well known Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder the He tr ith t It was well understood it guesses Odd Fellows and other fraternal orgamWorMf Pair Highest Atoeal sad Diploma rlal in this lwtrt of the Â¬ 1 U -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ -1 Â¬ Â¬ J no J ii Ige Notwithstanding the fact that it has Hus been announced through this column Texas to day that there are two reports due the Supei- Fred Smith left Tuesdaj morning for intemh nts otliee from each school and rille wliere he will attend lectures which must he tiled there before the at the Dental College teacher can draw the last months salarv Park ot tbe this seems to lie not yet fully understood mother of Prof Central 1niveraitv left for her home at Tbe teacher a register mast be left with Bedford I nil last week the Chairman of the Board of Tru- Teachers Term Report aud tbe au- Ed Lowland spent Wednesday in Lex ington taking in the Exposition and Bnal report of the Chairman must he returned to the office Any indifferent looking alter his coal inten W II Watts and family will leave on carelessness in tiling these reiorts will cause a delay in prompt payment of that list for New Orleans and Hous last months salarv spend the winter ton Texas to Mr- - D N Sharp of ShelbvMr and Caldwell High School closed its doors pending a few days with their on the 1st lor a much deserved ten days Middleto liter Mrs holiday Mi ses Mellie and Bttie Hamilton ol were guests of Miaaec Estill cou tv Probably it will not prove an uninter Pearl and Corinne Gentry last week esting fact to manv of Prof Henry S Mr Robert Blown alter spending the fi mains friends in Richmond to know Brown holidays with his brother that be will conduct a normal class in Harrodshurg Academy of which he is has returned to his home in Livingston Principal The class will be designed to Mi an is W A and L M Atcbi of Kearney Mo were guests of Misses meet the wants of teachers who feel the Pearl and Corinne Gentry through tbe need of more thorough preparation for their work in the public schools Prof holidays in a circular letter that Misses Rachel and Jennie Billiard of Greene slates young men and women who propose to Lawrenceburg who have been visiting the ranks as teachers next year and Misses Louis and Alice Arnold returned enter w ho desire to take a thorough review of home Monday common school brancbea will find this T A Garragin representing tbe B A course a most excellent preparation for 17 and II F Bowsber represent the examinations and for their work ing the M K iv T Rys were in Rich t the same time ample opportunity will Thuraday be given to ambitious and capable teach tpend- MissKtta lirjy who lit themselves by study of the lane holidays with Misses Nettie Todd guages higher mathematics aud other and Im lie Harris returned to her home - lor better aud niore lucrative in Lexington yesterday positions in their profession Al McCoimick the polite telegraph COttRESPONDKNCB operator of the Western Union at this place has returned from a pleasant visit BBOOKSTOarx - at Maysville He reports a Services at Paces Chape Sunday Jauu pleasant time but says he prefers Ricb- to any place on the lobe irv 6th Conducted by Rev Cosby S if tbe Climax force Wm F Trusting you have had a Merry ChristIy burned Christmas night in mas I now tender you a happy New it hand by an explosion of a pack Year of tire crackers which he took Irom a Sleighing ice gathering feeding and He last hut not least eating now engage our small boy who bad tired the fuse has been off duty for several o people Misses Minnie ami Ann Crutch Our Sunday School has had some good Richmond Ky are the popular gm meetings of late Will meet next Sunthe Misses Thompson on Howard ave day to organize for the year Mrs Alex Thompson of Richnue 8 C Baldwin spent a pleasant Christ- the guest of Mrs W L mond Ky inas with his r datives in Winchester Mrs Neale on North Lpper street Hi- - son Rib returned with him for a few Emma Hamilton has returned from a days hunt vi it to Richmond and will spend the A young lady of this place received a bob lavs with her parents Mr and Mrs present of a case containing some sheep I Lex F Van Meter of Kilklevington shears hroth picks etc says one of ington iazette our old men i I W II Sale and family and family leave and Mr L T for Sherman Mi bv tbe Democrats of the House when the adjonrnment for the holidays took place that the recess would be devoted to a study of bow the bill might lie improved and that no conclusion was to le reached until they came together again It is a Qeved bat even that has not been deal nilelv determined uon that the fate ol the currency bill will be settled at a Democratic caucus to he hel as soon as Congress meets again At any rate it can be set down as certain that the Democrats and not the sensation mongers will deride the matter If Spain persists in making the duty upon Canadian Boor shipped te Cuba 7 cents a barrel less than the amount charged upon flour shipped from the United States she may wake Bp some fine morning and find herself reading a proclamation issued by President Cleve land that will shut Cuban sugar out of the United States markets There is no doubt about the Pieeklenl having ample authority fortius retaliation and little hut that he will exercise it if the Spanish Government refuses to favorably resjiond to the representations which Minister Taylor has been directed by Secretary Greaham to make on the aubfect Secretary Carlisle made public this week the plan for the reorganization of the othce of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury which is to take effect January 1st 1895 Under the new plan the Architect will have to ileal only with matters which should properly come under bun all the lest will go where they properly belong Every body who knows anything about the business oi the office admits the pro posed change to be beneficial in every respect The othce of Architect is now vacant but it is expected to be filled soon after the reorganization of the office There are twenty five written applications for the office on file They are making things livvlv lor Rep resentative Asher Caruth of Kentucky around his usual Washington haunts because of his having told a guides- - re lorter for a local paper that he had no use for a present sent him from Philadelphia The aforesaid present was in the shape of a liook and had a title reading Chips that lass in the Night by Jack rot Inside instead of reading matter was a iiker layout including cards and ivory chips The Col ie ac cused by his friends of trying to bunco that poor reporter and through him the public and the reKirter is said to have beOB discharged for accepting as true the tatement that a Kentucky Coi man had no use for a poker lava ut Gov Oatea of Alabama is spending the holidays in Washington but his visit is one of business a well as pleas ure When Baked what broogfa him to Mv Washington at this time be said chief aim and ambition is to help con tribute to the material development ol Alabama which is so rich in natural resourcesNatural legislation is needed to help on the good work The people of the Siuth are short of the capital requited in building up that section and so I hoie at the present session C will do something to relieve the oecessi ties of the country by some kini of finan Â¬ cial legislation The Carlisle bill may not be perfect but it is a way of relief and should he paBBC Chairman -- avers of the House com is with a mittee on Appropriations number of his colleagues working right through the holidays on the appropria tion bills Â¬ -- IVGfcY a - ATTENTION FARMERS 3 J rst O0AP Uv - pay tie - Jtyest Tarket price 0 c UU h -- 4varrwvwefvviafWw4 IT A T4 k w rv - 1ml Mt Floats BE5T F03 5HIRT5SO - KlM rr On uyn Fors KI JJ GUSTOA GRINDING EVERY DAY For every bushel of good white ear corn we will give 25 pounds of good flour C -- GIVEUSATRIAI 32 MILL CO J W ZARING GRAIN Brv J pp - CNTI We Are WE CELEBRATE cooked- THE PEOPLE M -hat bo have knocked into a all the Old Fogy in the boot and shoe business The 100 per cent Profit and Bantering System is a thing I the past we point with iiiie to our The close of the Year in a Profitable Man nor to our Customers - kil hung IMEG a iaaaajf a v Irak Ii LlE WE DESERVE only is we ITill Always ready to help out late purchasers by giving tlicm For the style of oar business in- Â¬ spires confidence Y advertise arc pn pared to sell BARGAINS THAT ARE -- UNLOOKEDTOK Look Yoa save money here These are only irt oar bargains 1 Look 16 HOW HE WILL DO vrvw yoa - IT aa oil u 1 Ladies Genuine Dongola tun Iat Tip 1 Ladies Genuine Lace 90 cents Ladies Glove Solid 1 Ladies Sq - But lie inlar pri v n all CI On Dress Goods we will give from irom wo will --rive Pebble rain Goat Underwear oil from 1 iiittun al f from On all n all 1 Blankets we will give yoa Hats ai 2 iular price the from Pat Tip Dot -- i Button 150 Par Tip Spg Heel there are llu in il Ladies Sq 8150 Mens Boots olid nigh Top li all BY An An An H 1 4 OFFWE MEAN J150 i Boys solid 1 Top all Just received a line of knit pers in all Display slip- Â¬ Ana An culr see Window An I - Remember we have the largest stock of Boots and Sinus of anv lions- in Richmond We are healquarters ir L fine Shoes iii all the latest stvles Men- - u article all vvhn We araDl es hiKs line Shoes in ail varieties and priees In addition to thi we handle a lull line or Underwear Handkerchief- Collars and Curl- - Mens iTrHJ Hosiery Suspenders Hots Cap- and a full line of Umbrellas HJ ftiil--rbinfa STRENG - WJtLLACEH COMMISSIONERS Richmond Investment Co change vVc WHITE r I P GIBSON j ing on the south- - Taxes The Reliable and Trustworthy Firm Who are located in KV aie STILL DOING I 1 S Ate 1ilf Ix- - RICHMOND thai they BUSINESS AND LOIS OF IT OUR NEW Sotice of Sale in STOCK OF i Â¬ Â¬ Ajaainat Beattyrule Baal Karate Iefendaiits Eqity Â¬ Â¬ VV of an amemled ju liiiient and order of sale of the Mi lisuii I irenit Court rendered at the December term thereof 1804 in the ahove styled cause the anderaigned will on Iv virtue NEW GOODS Is now on our shelves WE BOUGHT TO SELL regardless of what our competitors may do OUR STOCK IN 1 Â¬ 1 Saturday iimiirI bmupgfth 1895 p in int Â¬ Uadieon county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the hihist hiil der the loilovving descrilel property viz clock Ixiinnin at the lid in front in the eonrt nonar door in Kich LACE DEPARTMENT 1 Â¬ The lolkrwuts lots of etmuhI located iii the addition made ti the city of Kieh mond Ky hy the Knhmond lnvest raent Company and being the property formerly owned by II I Iiilliniiham 7 IB 30 and 21 in hloek Lota Nos No 4 and lots Koa 21 2324 and Ill in 7 and 19 hlH k No 7 and lot- 4 and in block No 9 and h 8 in blK k No 10 and Iota Soa 4 9 and 10 in block No li and 11 and IS 16 and 16 in blink No 7 10 - 14 and lti in lots Not I L Is complete and adapted to the season The only inducements we offer are first class Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 ami Tits Non 30 and 41 in block No 15 and 7 14 In 20 29 31 33 in block No hi and lot No s9 So 17 and lots Sea 4 and lo in block No 18 Of a brock No 14 25 U7 BARGAINS Call on us before purchasing else- - lot and 10 11 3H 12 in block where sullicient Quantity thereof to produce the aoaa of Slitilii 86 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the coots hereof T Sale vvill K RH Â¬ DO NOT FAIL v j I To Visit Our Â¬ i Â¬ v 1 -- Â¬ le made on a credit of six The purchaser will le reouirsl bond vvith iriMxl security Inr tht payment ot the pnrchaae money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest irom the dav of with a lien reserved upon said property ia paid until all the porcha si s er Comr Madison Ciicuit Court months 29 MEIER JJsU-J-JSji-JJijl- Y DEPAHTMENT J HOTEL LELAND Short street i RBT- - Thomsons IIMALAi VRE A Breeder and Dealer in H U KV Taxes Uy law we a HhJK t btl New Heate i Me phi faJeJ 1TKXIXG OVER BY Pfcr spiKrTtj A NEW LEAF II ISA RMTIilNO 1 The Rrotvusmiths were preparing- to retire the arlr clock had been franlen covered r ami the key to the en under tlie mat Mrs lir ivnsmith indow- - I So - it i n spurn her husband how I intend ucaud haveut 1 If I g iven it a thought my gtaoiness Look IkkIv under the sof I wick to-Â¬ aW- - 1 will v 1 rn rr ivate a little bra Ill turn over a new leaf know Im a nd ou I liave I arlj after this lost- - the put lack all the lie abed so very Youve often o iut you never he e afraid of ht - - Utlll Him window 0 y Mis s One and it on re- - tile Llthily Ilont h hat ar- Â¬ il in hen I n- - PERPETUAL Tni eiioij WHRLGIG Younystera an Mak It the Baals for awAaa Novellie ut aoe eiffhtli v i i from the 1 from the cir- - acn tan- nick lu- Lrft hmaal g ti t 1 v inj hole t the pure D en- - T B-- O-ii ed and I i he ura- - e rea- - k n i noulil lie vet the I ie - 1 U- re placing ton the U LUr- - hen the - poi- - rove its ri lit to revolve at a rapid rate and this it will keep up rdinc the anoant of camphor To ald I e I may lie cut out and disk or a needle atandnv i may he GeeaaaYted with a p i i and made t gi a an oddly srev like motion to the epparataa In fact inrnionn rl Yvill find etnaJ a liasis f nufel lt outis Compani c i i N appropriateli aair col- - ralae Kry at alcohol may do good because for a moment it Kirmji to do was well answered by a sponse to a man who was Bomewhat tH much given to the pleas e This man had said to th Uhal do yon think of the influence on the digestion doctor I think that its influence is bad said the physician But a little whisky taken just be fore a meal is the only key that will my appetite doctor I dont lielieve in opening things with faise keys sirf answered the lac- Â¬ Wdulilil This response waa particularly applicable for a falsely stimulated appe re prelude to indigestion Com pi killed Jiiat la TtmM husband who had been out shoot ing but w iio had not been successful rather than return home empty handed stepped into a shop and purchased a hare There my ducky he said to you nee I his wife on returnii am not o awkward with the gun after A It desir said the wife as she car-he animal to her nostrils and put urn with a grimace you were t in killing him to-r- jasoriDW it would haa mu inn late- - THOROUGHBRED Astrlile m Pneomatle Ttrtd Th rl Triunphf Over a Hnrw The thoroughbred race hoise is beÂ¬ lieved to be the wiftest animal on the globe o when the king of racers Sal- mile on a straight vator covered park on Augustas track at have slwsys luntrta irom writes ii is still the record vSi ofuls for which V tried 52- he probably various remedies sad many reliable jut the distance in less DhTSIclans Mil none reiieveu uir niicr than it was ever traversed Ivforc or liKing o HOlliram I since by a living creature of any kind I am com we m very Kri fu moving unaided over the surface of the earth Had anyoneat that time predict that It saved me ansmtestemtinjtg from a life of untold ituny and shant ed that within live years a man on a bitake pessure In speaking only words cycle would propel himself over the f utsTss for the wonilerful medicine ind in recommending It to all distance on a similaror any other track in faster time than that of the n Blood Trpit- thoroughbred he would says Harpers and Nltin ltraVM mailrKl free some Weekly have been considered thing more than merely vision ry M SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY that time the bicyclist was eometing ATLANTA with the trotting hone but that ha would ever eoual the runner was not dreamed of even by ultra enthusiast And vet this unlreained of feat has now been accomplished Since the advent of the pneumatic tire wheel with ball liearings records have been falling In fore the bicycle more rapidly than before the trotter notwithstand ing the phenomenal advances of the latter until of late several wheelmen base been going miles below two min- learing the trotter quite out of the race But no bicyclist has come 9 i within striking distance of the speed of even an ordinary thoroughbred until of a sudden a professional racing JOHN OAKY As ioVI rtSOIt r MITM cyclist John S Johnson the western l AIMlllN A wonder took fourteen seconds off the birthday hainr bees Ixirn on the I5th bicycle record at- a single clip and ne but all thorough slurv S of October The Mr Evai s la a irraduutc of Inion breds by riiling a mile in 135 re Scbencctady and a lawyer by feat was accomplished orer a straight Poplar Weatherboarding N Y October 94 M he ivat elected to i in makers were four men aajtjem- the lower house of the em-rat Cypress Shingles blj receiving the support at all polit- - mounted n a ipiadruplet machine Thus for the first time in he world s Cut fanWum of the deaaoeraei Poplar Shingles history a man has propelled himself iluriiiff his t rm was not regarded a mile purely by muscular exertion Itr Keeleeted in Mrtisan Tllll Framing Lumber in the muscles of any other K iillman was elected when living creature ever carried it orer nor be at one- beeaVaM an As a triumph of Boor it lis surface Windows In 180 Mr formers Ilia human development aided by the inrted to the slate senate f human ventions ingenuity over unl his readiness adroitness and All First Class iools mere animal development this achieve Â¬ s as lit hater at placed him in the leader hip of ment is therefore unique and worthy the reform majority in that body In of record quite apart from its interest be introduced and to the sportsman eiuitie red to pasape the county SOME AILESBURY HEIRLOOMS lOwernnient bill and the dispel Thij USaftmaS a swurd si J to Haw Keen bit via- - not the author of the latOitned ly llnli rt Cruce ter law but when in the closing days The statement that the missing of the sessjin as nromis between the licetuae id Ailesbiuy bcirlooma have been discov ered lias doubtless lccn read by many les and the prohibition ista i who do not know of what these family ssiv ires consist says the Westminster skill that it vas whipped through Among the principal curiosi- ts of an obstinate lludgel again Sarernake were three ancient minor swords one of which is said to have Mr Evans jot Tillman belonged to Robert Brace king of r in carrj ind in ancestor of the marquis of of reform ly In his effort to enforce the Ailesluirv whose family name is llruee The Scottish arms are repeated six or Ian and times on the hilt of this sword al intimacy came much of the stn Near KC Depot Main St Another was the sword of the Itlack b whi h enabled two Douglas and the hilt inlaid with silin the Til Imanite stroi gn lk f m aaaamaVw be carried twenty - ver Iiears lh prim rnificent hunting-barn of an elephant formed r mountings which titute the with he rru e family lias Imanites f this horn is said to Ih- The n erauvt- Cathcr was the title under which the wardenforesl is held under a Nt ii in of Saveraake r by li ward VI to the bo ha- ay Protector Soosei born is about In ernor two feet long and Bfty three inches in end Tie claiu but also i silver mountings represent in a latlief in ralli- te tiLlire argues that they a bishop a huntsman or warden with means so much more than hat he will en of the forest with different animals f ase There is a tradition among you marine serious and t v the anti- - the keepers of Savernake foreal that lie is th m fatal diseases result from this horn was formerly earri d ami lii n as one of the keepers in his ward trifling ailments neglected the king when he y haliitually sjHak of him Dont play with Natures hen is entertained at Saver- greatest gift health BRYAN CF NEBRASKA the king on taking hit leave of If you are feeling lis of Ailesbnry of the day A Yiuna out of sorts weak h I ngrr4ftmoi lla Oulte a and generally exhim that be was greatly Kutur Ili furc Him hausted itetvous d with his visit but that there William Jennings Bryan who nt have no appetite Von have tor- and car t win it I ii st Ncl the begin at oncetak l said hi to blow t in congress attained eon ing theniot relia He strengthening fame by rnnning for United your tenure horn When a king of medicine which is England comes here and that horn is on the popnlist-denio-cratBrown s Iron Bit i omes for- ters A few botticket ir Bryan not tles cure benefit leiti d to the crown Well sire 111 n in Han comes from the was the r plj couldnt get an er infl di se ti id out of it tven t stain your Tins pica until nding his ttetk and its and pleasant tu take ville in IsTT eom- - avoid nrse and was grad- QUEER EFFECTiJ OF A HURT it h hin h honors in ss attc Mhum Life Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver r two Ior1 lie 1 t nr of Inion s IVrfcct IEIank Neuralgia years daring which time bewaaeon- Troubles In the village of Lubec says the i i ith til of Kx s Constipation Bad Blood Lew iston Me lives Clem loiirtial Malaria Nervous ailments be was a boy alut Womens complaints u ers of aire he went out to ft rtnlv lir or Titiitif it ria rrrKH rrl his fathers pasture to catch a frisky lines mi r stitutes tht Jiiwrapper of All others are sub- colt As iie was aiHiut to place a halter rereMit ln sr Mnmtis wt will semi Kt n lea Beautiful World around hi neck the colt kicked him in f uir Views and book free the bead making a ragged wound Ronuvu rwFMirn m rai TiunDc un The wound healed but it soon became h lay y rtaaWatly apparent that the man was slightly demented and his hallucination took pcculiar forms He would travel up and down the bay on the steamboats claiming the proprietorship of the lat- od refusing to paj fare The steamboat men humored him as he BTaaaaaSaB JBVBXaKaBnBlVaBVal as considered daft ami be was the Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat- - j butt of the small boys jokes and banter ent business conducted for Moderate rccs lie has lived in the village sine- and is rttio flrnrr ic flPOfiCiTF LI fi PlTfNT OrriCl sixty years of age About six Jnawecan secure patent in less uxae than those J ago tin- local physicians deter siicmnte from Washington or photo with descrip J weeks tad model drawing mined to experiment on his case They I We advise if patentable or not free of J carge Our fee not due till patent is secured S that a portion of his skull had J A Pampmlct How to Obtain Patents with j WILLIAM J aatTAJL or M UIIAsKA forced into contact with the J cost of same in the U S and foreign countries J 5 rain by the blow and by a skillful I sent tree Address In gan the iinntiee Lyman Trumbull removed operation the pressure of his profession at Jacksonville 111 strange to say the man has now reLOpp Patcnt Orrict Washington 0 C J removed to Lincoln Neb in lss7 He covered his reason and the first ques never held an elective flk e until tion he asked w hen he recovered from sp jit n to represent the First Nebraska the operation was Dili the colt get ict in the lijtv second eOatgreas away Wallis Uperfeetly sane now He was reelected two years later his but forty liv years of his life are a term of oflice to expire March 4 iiext- perfect blank to him rt inatlnc llir Kiile In Itattle lonc Iomt Color Western national will do well to Fifteen yean afti r tlu y aere lost in of the laianesc improvethe lisistr at Isaadhlwaam la Zulu ments In warfare notably the organ hind tin cremation department which regiaaent colors of the Twenty fourth the Suth Wales Uorderera foil s of the bare beea reeorered They came in By tcr a battle some ivav into the hands of a filial 1 t his practical yet simple system o th- - chief sanitary difaculties of a noblemanthe arha has just transferred them to British military attache at campaiim is at once disposed of For rent or exchange an elegant rtsi Far is dence of 8 roim in t good locality for lquipprd hoarders Also the best coal and lumber Are von ally to jncet that solemn yard in town with new store home and Blair and Lincoln even n existence the sew Med ffice Austin Biair the war governor of year v Kirbuks scales in the office var- ucilitative man Michigan who died recently once told Imaiiayaa v r tiling conpete ietd to Va replied his lippaat a correspondent how his feelings to frie for Will exchaniee fot i eoaad laim 01 r nt o aiave more material ward Lincoln underwent a change suea ii than I ever had before in term of ear die ip I was greatly opposed to his Baal he my life Washington Star be- Â¬ nomination and it was a long time A FARM in mill ol R ch nnd fore he won my entire confidence He Mi r Saiith who is reading a humor vva not only a strong wise man but jwi acre ous penerr I dont see any fun in these faOttd improved anl t he had the great faculty of knowing jolvs about big bills for ladies hats A FARM how to bide his time Las well as oth- pia rct on a- a Mr Sinilh 1 dont either Tarn rs believed a proclamation emanci t C e road s2 miles Iio u Kiwi aiauy Times pating the slaves should have liven is I CO land and toSacco barn ice 50 per ot Without Honor Ezrept- sued meoths before it was done Fiere Pennyroyal Its funny I have never nally weary of urging and waiting we called a convention to meet at Altoo-- jet seen a woman who did not rave A FARM of S3 acres in 2 g miles of a The very day we met the pres over Uri leys poetry ut larid and improve ritie You have never met Drivleya Richn ident issued his emancipation proclain er acre pavments ments wife then Judge m leaving us little else to do but send to him a delegation thanking him 11 U Lucky Day good liou-fiteirihU located AIs for what he had dune It was hard to Mrs Tipton thought you were go Â¬ in the Ct n Ri h ion that inns Ih-- d ha start of him and he seemed ing to the races this afternoon nt aud w s bargain to know just when the opportune peTipton Yes I was confound it riod had arrived to perform a public ALSOamiM located Kits but I missed the train act Mrs Tipton An Wednesday was al Tli s prfpertx will be od nt a SHcrifice ways your lucky day Puck Wanted Water tVaSaajanai During a continued dry spell in south Elder Berry Did the natives of cen Â¬ Florida reptiles often are obliged to re- Â¬ sort to unique methods for obtaining tral Africa give you a warm reception Ileturned Missionary Yes indeed fresh water One need not be surprised w hile pumping water to sec lit- - They were so tickled to see me that own frogs issue from the pump thev wanted to eat me up N Y and one man waa rather startled while World pumping to see a snake two feet long Noae of Ilia Ltuxmraa issue from the spout and upon strik- Miss Irene The odious creaturel he ground quickly crawl under I have a Fine New Residence situated on house The reptiles crawl into the She turned and looked at me after we Broadway and s ime very pump to enjoy the water held up by had pushed each other C the valves It would be impossible did ousio Jack How do you know she t hicairo Tribune em to come up from below as the DSIRAt3L UOTS well merely of a small ile Al tba Mauurrade Ball - uS K A1 WS VS S IST1 deep into the ground having a Mae i sc you are Uippoiuteit now hood- iu Vsa houses and lots on trainer over the lot n na8 I have o0 ots uitahle lor Livery that taken off the mask of the deprts stock Pens or MtTta lie treaiffnedly O no I didntotf t much Alex Sweet in T on Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder r- Diher description callOffice anl fT- d - j y W H he t Award TIi nt Climax OUTRACIMG Man th A 1 YOUNGEST GOVERNOR John Gary riant Hi- - New hie Kirn tive of Sfuh Carolina The Tillman movement in South Carolina ha N en the niakinjr politic- Â¬ ally of doens f vo mir ni i lVw of those who have supplanted the poli Â¬ ticians of arhmt is known in the lal state iv the old rcfriuie have middle life Tin is especially illustrated in John Gary Evans who hmt just lceti not only the Mr Lvans v ill youmrcst chief executive that this Has had in many years but pMv ably the yoaugeajl in the 1nitcd Hta lie has just paaaed his thirty first jiiJBfajpiilBTti rSffllilM9pnRl J II HOEVER YOU ARE Hi hEREVER YOU ARE IB HATEYER YOUR TASTE CROCERIGS m a U3 ft- W al rsdtieartl rc - MaierV FRESH OYSTERS rred it Mrs vl L S frril2J lam X J L V L - Â¬ Â¬ CT Â¬ Cured HI Life We are going to take stock in a few weeks and we want to turn our eooils into money before that time Our low is your gain Dont buy until you nee our prices which will give von 2 worth of gols for one 500 Mens suit worth flO for 60 for C25 2lX liovs suits worth S80 knee suits worth lot 1140 Vl Mens overcoats worth S for S2 Maal ahorl worth IJS0 for To cents Indies shoes arOftfa L for Sll vntH Chihlrens shoe- - worth 7 i ents for 2o icnts 510 lailies cloaks at 7 cents Hii rsJ Come to Us and We Can Satisfy You f you want clean tender juicy atOakfl all on as W keep tin very Nunc hut the best butchers employed and liost in at of all kinds make a specialty of delivering meat promptly and at the exact tune it Ladies especially invited to call and see our new nop ami is wanted tlie wav we do business GREAT REDUCTION in Groceries for the j divs at MiIS Maiei - m i W m rEJI rfllal CHNDIES and infections at II Mr- - Maters Mens boots at afenl caps at SB 10 cents each Â¬ YELLOW Â¬ PINE y PLOORING AND S cents a yard Cotton bats cents a bat Cotton centa a yard iinchani 3 centa a yard Silk handkerchiefs lOceata llandkenliiefs cents Han S cents SM ks 5 cents Wide ribbon cents Ladiea vests 16 cents Pins ii papers cents Remember everything must be sold out Dont buy elsewhere until you get our prices we will loner than others o i I lali each il il zzfrzi C Tonsr 60 co R N I B RI Et- T WELLS Manager ruvp rrUi OJTJinruxuruiruruTJxrtruTJTJTJTJinjtnjiT Time Table No 22 In NEW HARDWARES I j feet Nov EAST BO tN 18 1894 2 Â¬ SSI I NEW srrrJJsmilsrrUls YORK STORE liavr opened a New Hardware Stun- at No 14 Secoad Street and shall handle tlie best line in town - A U I s i Â¬ CEILING nauLi b frtu I fftii m 11m fflfMlflBfl L L inkj 71 -- t iEkj v JK rv raJ u 1 L- frHJrHlJi i S COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ TIN ROOFS ti y CUTLERY AND GUTTERING mmmmTWmzinnvmn r7raJUrai rraJ t tti eitu I FARMING IMPLEMENTS None better Irvine I iRr74J raraJ raroi raraJ nv - nvl tv L I 1 i NOTICE TO LE handle the popular Bisseil Chilled Plows I also have in connection a Tin hest tinner in the Stall- in charge on short notice V liMp Rneklev the Guttering and roofing dotte s with W c BrsHr THOS H KHRR And EfrHj - Â¬ Â¬ Cheaper Than Ever THE EOPLE OF 311 aixrirLnTirunruruniruruTJTjjnsnsfiru 5 If von need harrows plows C hues axes eollars barn eliaiits or arming iinplt 1 1 1 3 M 70a need hardware cutlery tb r nun- - m 3Li ijjxnjjTJUUTJXTLrLr or P of any kind call on uxrururLnj UTTLnruTj uiLruTnjiJxrtrO uxrurLrtru t MADISON ADJOINING COUNTIES goods it ball price u Ji you cm no boy fm 50 cents provided you come to the right place wliicli is to A ITI l Proprietor of the Cincinnati heap Stoie mi I irst ieet 1S9 1 W II J The Uulcan qjxnnjTJTJxruTnjTJTJxruiruxruanjiri 1 -- A E CARSE Chilled Plow c THE arivaro and Crcccry Bichmoiid riii - a oldest jiYwcp s nj njxruxniinjTrtjiJTJiJTuTxuTj Decidedly Th Firsi in Best ltuiutjtjti LrLTLnrvn MIDLAND ROUTE 1 s In Poor Frnii niw on to Jaaaarjp Articles that heretofore cost y ill e i i g nrLrLruxn ruruTru ui rLnjxruxnriJ j J tllll SPH N in lll su iM il ItS 1 IKIIIIlllll qjxn ixnj Lnrui rLTLnTUT n n il a 3 a clioiee line of queens 5 i ran lie 10111 Inn h f laUllltl a I wire At ui ruijxru uxruTJTJV urriJTJxru II 1 in -- 111 ins The following is a sampe of the way I have cm prices into in the middle Pants worth 150 go cents 7 Fall suits worth - go for 50 Hoys suits worth 150 go for 75 cents Boys long pants worth 15 go for 75 cents Mens shoes worth i2 gu for Mens shoes worth 15 go for 75 cents go for Mens boots woith 5 Ladies shoes wo th 2 go for I adies shoes wonh I 2 go for o cents go for 75 cents loots worth 15 cents go for 25 cents Cinldiens shoes arortB Mens under wear arortfa 75 cents go for 37 2 cents Mens under wear worth 5 cents go for 2J cents Mens ovei sh it- worth 5 cents go for 2 cents go for JO cents Meal over siurt worth Mens tine shirts reguar 150 g- foi 7 cents go fo 5 cents Hoys over shirts worth Boys over shirts worth Jo cents go for 25 cents Men and ho s hats worth 2 and 3 go for 25 and 5 ce ts 2 go lor adies h ts worth Men ind boy s caps wortk JO icnts go for 2o cents A better lot worth cents go for 3 cents Tab e oil cloth regular price 30 cents jo lor cents All sorts of hanclLeiclnefs worlh roar 10 to I cents go of 5c Iinen collars worth tand 2 cents foat - cents I men cutregulr price 2 scents go for 12 cents 1 I 1 uinjriru ijt NOV P 37 is 1 Health fi 1 BJ mm 17 Vv i 3 PARIS ELK HORN j tits 109 It L 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN SOLID VESTICULED TPAINS i Lnii ITTT Tlj airiiui aU LllULnllU fm YY Browns Â¬ Leave ftfflW hi m Arnv- - ic Iron Bitters Lar Arrive Winchester Â¬ Â¬ ii to p - C D BERCX It Cures GUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 1 ij al and UCKY CENTRAL I Ml rtUrS sra Fat I have a slock of goods to numerous to mention in det il your lietter plan is to come and see for yourse es and y u will more than satisfied that I mean just what iy 1 so FREE COSXAtiE OF SalAKU The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product ol n mines at the oid ratio of 16 cl silver to 1 of the only solution of and S1J V0 A u ioi iiii uiui uu uiu LiiisaLii- iciii tactory COndltlOll of trade manufac- ture and general business of thecoun- try Ihe surrent ious act of 1873 livorcino silver and old in our mone- tpty system was a crane ol untold niagnuuuc 11 was me rankest Kina of cliss legislation in favor of the wealthy against the producers of wealth and hostile to the prosperity of the United States It was an act of treason because done at the instance of a Euro ean syndicate and for bribe and comfort to ou countrys enci ies To siL ij the friUy panicsati-calcd facs often lWbed hare bteen be PATENTS and Trade niaiks obtaire and all patent buamraa cawlucaed for M i M ate if- in the iiiitiicdate vuiniti ol the t tent Ofnce and oi i cilitie for aecurinar Datrntaareunil sncl model sket draarint r ph e- - r nfion ph well and state enl t -i BLUE GRASS ROUTF Quickest Route m to AH Points Nort Through outh west -- fA J You will also rind bargains in musical instruments guitars violins banjoes accordian- - and strings jewelry ch c as ttc Ei s H IPl BlrCJ Centuck rai iYVraiiTfi sfl al M H DONT MISS THE - A HJrSj - Â¬ Ccininnati Cheap Store FIRST STREET FELD I gjjl PlflCT fr tl 1 ten C Teni e boriuiH - made tor an opinion a to fee tor prnoecut n- ht appIcfion in ot be called for until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled Invent rs Clu d contain rt foil inrormit ion tur Add Tee - 7io drantage claimed No patentaiditv chmr ind I M P int o and mi NRR heflai is KtVt Jap Nt MM I No N Â¬ jCASNOWCO Real Estate lell 025 F ll ti- - street Washington l l t FR NNKIIN H 1111 C -s it r ve llidniall ton rajnioutli ir S Sn Jir - v Â¬ Richrnondj Kentucky mSSmSjmSSmImmfWmWM 1- AIOST IN QUANTITY 1 BESTINOUAl ir lltilSllH a BfBJJgrrtJJarJ argjr-jr-ir- -l - rUlfflrrryirair3iSjS tap i vigorously denied ljf WI WHITES v I rr Vrr v Â¬ SAIjE 1FORV LODGE DIHEOTCET MASMC Richmon n 0 w evans son 3v -- i Â¬ hmoid Ro al nhChpte No 16 D in each niHitii meets third I ne d P Armt r H P J Speed Smith Secv Richmond Commanderv No 19 Reg- Â¬ ular neeting the first Tuesdax in each month Visitint Sfc Knitfhtf are mtxtl Handle the hest STOVES in the world SP v i vited to aeatfcerage They have various sizes sules and ma e iti nd E Smoh J at low hguies M l oo lvlg- - 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A Colleaje Il eaident write Tor eaae with which the ere Bnda the word ought aniirafy of deHni- II in t r effective methocLs in indi- aattaa pronnneiation for trrae yet omprt Uenaive stateiuni f facta mid f r praitiral use a a working dictionary WrbHters Int rnatioatad excels any other single volume TZij One Great Standard Aathuritx- t Hrewer Jasti So wites Uoa Ha t1 aJaaaat out ni mier rr Phtw ve lexinetoii ve ye ve rr Wine tuifi II ij iiKii j 30 p so p 415 la 339a B na 3 y a at 736am 4 700 am 455 a at 4 lpa pa P m fr lve Vrr 811 a m V 1024 a at 1030 911am 611 op so as am 1 la 72s as 711 am a at 6 v a 1 t HP1 t t s pal MAYSVILLF RRANC1I NORTH BorNI Lre Clncinnali Lve r iaa M I Suptenie curl O Sr C ME UMAX CO tirtnsneia ifce --- HERE IT IS Are you a slave to the you are No to hac will cured thmisinds Try Sterling Remedy Co Mmeial Springs Ind tobacco habit If cure yon It has it Address The Box 200 Indiana 27 tv A poMakea for f ns pampblet iap repnais nr nlnt rdMaaa Mass US Publisher Iaaimloii Pi rr Mi erbnra 700 a at 745 a at feat 1 in 5 fi pat P 31 P 7 10 635 P iiriirnutmi SOUTH BOtTNl 827 a aa 91 1 a m fcj pai 719 pa 5 aat P 45 P Â¬ LJ KNIGHTS OF HONOR etectives Wanted in every county to act in the from et Set vice under instruction t Grannan ex Chief Del biperieace not ne Iarticuara free elective Kx Dallv a Mm sa Kxuii 14s P So II Dally LtraMayfville M Jrdmnon 1 Amity Tjxlge No tic K of II meets even Friday e ning in the Odd Fellow hall at 7 o clock II Rice Dictator E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS A GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE ANT CUTLERY Money to SHACKSLFDRD Sc I Worlds Fair it rft Awarded Gold Medal Midwisitr Fair Sm White Lo Ige No 43 K P mert civ Wednesday rveaiag at Odd l hall at oclock Lee Maitpin C C W Miller K of R and S ev GENTRY hi Arr HUlerabura I It Y a mP a y pa jaua j7 P 745 a a V5P 835 aa 6 37 pa 833 pa 1014 am jo pa 1030 a a fcao a 70 a 541 v RU C P ATMORE Gen Iasa Agt Ueneral orncee lamiaviile Office Ity litiga al hy United ernroeat 37 JACKSON SMITH AtUenl waa Aajt anMlm Clav Chamber of i oni mere Ctuuatl O ii