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PUBLISHt tart BRV WEDNESDAY TfjfcHE lMAX POINTING e CO t n tttorneTr BSAI for ever since it was decided to hold the big initial barbecue at Woodland Park Well be it such for never In the Tat j SttBi history or this classic city has there ir JHp jfc t give tjiHttiMitnv bat il wU kr been stich a feast set for Ihe hungry As our prices change with eaeh days arrival of new good- it will he inix-i-il4- e vr -- CTIfc 15 mI ml nut t Mfc aim to name tiuures that will compel you iu flf tlerense to Ihiv from lis We ileal lit scmm here as that whicti Col John It Allen rs 4K S believe tl maxves will nutrontze that IioUm that sells the best letnttU for the leant momrv Amuill our itailv Mriv Eil Headley Gus Jatibert and a host f we shall place before our neonle some hiiid slides that are i silively bevond the wln per f enpeUiiii euMiriM 11 of other good worker set before Lex- Â¬ V raonoply Prices that will teach you in the silent logte of truth theilitlrreiiee tietwerii iltwHiiy with IhmoI with ttnMl Uim w ingtons guests to day in the beautiful ounrrs will thnnr men between the cash and credit system between the right and the w route way tr day after day new arrivals at Panic Prices We shall atfer hih Ii unanswerable arguments n an uClWr hourn can maleh woodland of the patk Twenty large Leaders and specialties at quotations that no other hmi e can idler stern and stuMtorn fuels that will level ytxir liet m tables are covered with the finest u will flad xiw This h the niii ie come ud hear the lices that crow I oorstmv the subject of Bargains 1C Southdown mutton nice old country We invite an early and repeated visit and lispeetiii Our stock wiH be rt pleuMtetl that will repay iHi tor comintr Kio f al and every few days and resieetiMy tibiultiel lo Ihe CA3II trade ooly Our stok oxisis ham and huge buckets or Hint inimi- Â¬ VS K OF L TVroS summer goods and they will lie sneiittceilVlhllibeanl of price-- You ean find any thing yon wait in Dry Uuwfc Xutiuttt table soup so dear to Ihe hungry Ken Lonix tile VoxU Shoes ami many other things too numerous to mention Fans Trunks Carpets Uttibfeitas Hats tuckiaus heart burgoo Great stacks R J M EOYNTZ The International Typographical of snowy white bread can be seen ATST5 AND 4 SURGEON Union in ao sion at Buflulo yesterday 8ICIAN on every hand nud the hungry mul- Â¬ ceiiMired the Knights of Labor for titude will surely have abundance FItE Second Mrert over Madi- - their boycott or tlio New York Sun County Drug Stoie1 and to spare Early this morning peoÂ¬ Titers has nlwas been more or less Proprietors -- Busy Bee Cash Store KiclimontJ Kjr ple began to pour into the city from bad feeling existing between these two EVANS M D every direction All the early trains branches of labor were packed almost to suffocation ANIJ SURGEON and the Knights the trades unionists YSICIAS and u solidification and by 10 oclock Ihe crowd at the FFKE srftMMi iteet over Madi of them politically or for mutual pro- Â¬ paik was enormous A large number Uuiity Drugstore tection seems impossible If the of ladies are iu attendance nud they Union Labor Party in the next cam- are lending nil their arts and beauty to T J TAYLOR naimi is ftfirnitintptf liv llio KSittrliru it Cl make the occasion one to be remem- Â¬ Ltitioner iii Medieintftnd Surgery will receive its strongest upttositiou by all who are here to day bered from the qunrter above indicate HKHMONDKy Many of the good housewives went to appeared Springfield three months aFICE Mfondst red over Mndi- - This is one reason why the labor vote later and it the grounds as early as 8 oclock to ranted about rebels as will never be cast as a unit e pi Comitj Irug Store witness the barbecue and burgoo mak- Â¬ Â¬ unfit to hold oillce he not only foring Eighty six mutton were cooked feited the respect of 6very candid man CLD JOHN M EOSTER In this delightful manner yeMerday J1ETT1M ON RACKS but he Incurred his active ot position j and this morning at 4 afternoon Turf Field and Farm MAIN STREET for a politician who is capable of such oclock Mr Jaubert had twenty more The political papers of both parties uubluishiug tergiversation is not the kixt Door to Stairs brought and put over the pit The are fairly united in pronouncing the kind of a man to have iu the White burgoo is made in six large kettles the legislature of the State or New York House CO R U C AMBROSE All largest of which is 500 gallons for 1837 a failure in that it did not of them contain about 1650 gallons originate and perfect any reform meas COALS TO NEW CASTIK The ladies were much pleased with FOltD KY ures of consequence It proved to be a CD Chicago Breeders Unzctte this wholesale cooking and think it a ItJVce limirs 2 to 4 ciook in the af- - rattier conservative body and much of great improvement over the stove A Denver paper more conspicuous 6oii 11 ards at Mr J U4LickeyV its action was too plainly influenced J-A commodious stand has been pro- Â¬ O by purely partisan considerations for the feeling than for the Candor CO vided for the speakers and around it Win W Bright A H M D Rut the jKirtion of the press devoted which il displays iu the discussion of st arranged iu the best possible manner range questions having occasion to like the Turf Field and Farm to the ffiffSIClAN and ORIEON are reals for the accommodation of at healthful and invigorating out door comment upon the sale of dressed beef RICHMOND KYi least 10000 persons Near this stand tports of the people will always bear in that market has a great deal to say Js rmWB MnHBiK9BMintfPIIVBlKSXrT where the Is a lemonade emporium ICE Second treet vtr Madi- - this legislature in affectionate remem- Â¬ about the shipment ol live cattle from ca c W H WlJKERSON cooling beyernge is dispensed to the fluty Drugstore brance for at last passing the law Colorado to Kansas City and Chicago a No intoxicating T H Eastin weary and thirsty for slaughter and the shipment of tlitfr il it uiriincii uimhtsioo mar i which legalized on the grounds of in lira Hi I one iii hicliiuoiid that uu- J W Daniel liquor iu any form is allowed upon the RaNing Ponies ami Donkeys betting which is carcasses back for sale And all this corjHirated tracks the tan It he thorough L C WiuqHt grounds and If the multitude can not with the idea of creating au impression fajSone anil Clienu try usejjof the the handmaid of racing asflpplied The farmers who propose to succeed G W Raeukn A F MUBCK satiate its thirst with burgoo lemonade must raise ou his farm those varieties E W WIGGINS that the rangellian is being wronged laliniHtioiiH of ttvues BlKHflllid b P Hunt or water the latter being rurulshed iu ljjiiunHti body I only BtVutiou legitimate profits ofhis oouofpartol the of stock aud produce most marketable new Yorks sunday law H C G haves nolle iiinm uim ijitiK great abundance it will have to re Â¬ business through some influence of the On and best adapted to his situation ylU ItpatlMClitil tueiicti exilnlua- Cincinnati Enquirer J V Bukdkidoe main thirsty or go back to the city low rich alluvial laud is power dressed beef men which lie SJradily it would not T J Noethcutt bar rooms Ntar the entrance to the pay to breed small The Sunday situation in New York less under present conditions to coin stock Broken ise Hakkison Behklky City tins reached a point where it really but But there is no law to prevent park some one has put up a cane rack rugged hillsides with short sweet TURNER provokes laughter They had up be the slaughter of Colorado cattle at REMARKS and throwing alley The merry voice pastures hi summer and natural pro- Â¬ The alKive change iu the real indict- Â¬ of the man hi charge can be heard at tection iu fore Justice Lawrence on what they home and it is not likely that any attorneys At winter or forest laud with two proprietors or one having occasion to slaughter them ment of the grand jury is a bold and a great dhtauce picturing the benefits occasional oneu glades for grazing called Itst cases MCHMOM KY impudent forgery whoever the guilty which will accrue to those who invest two of the largest hotels iu the town for lor home consumption would send are best adapted to raising ponies and iatTtiiiontnil t nbstnejing the atrocious o lie nee of permitting them to Chicago or Kansas City and party may be and shows that Mr Cor their money with him donkeys land incapable of adequate ihiiii ill lliuukv ivt guests to order and drink a bottle of bring their carcasses back Still less mlison was never tried by the indict The Lexington Artillery is encamped support for horses or cattle affords all iS E in Cmmu building wine with their dinners on the first likely is it that one set of men would mint of any grand jury but by an iu within the base ball grounds enclosure that the hardy little creatures require Main and rvfoud StreutiLun day of the week commonly known as ship live cattle nut of Colorado to diciment ot the prosecution changed to and these gallant young men greeted fur fully eight months of the year Sunday The Court held that it was eastern markets nud another set of suit themselves The dillerenee be- Â¬ the old war horse Gen Simon Bolivar During the remaining four months an offense under the law flued them men ship diessed beef into Colorado tween the Rreach of the Peace by as Buckuer with a Governors salute and some sweet Upland hay placed under Kept in the county ami will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city prices heavily and indicated that upon a to supply their place except for some sault and battery and au Assault right heart ily did they perform the tank shelter and most moderate it would We are also prepared to do ROOFING ami will guarantee to give you tlte best ami most satisfactory repetition he would bend them tojuil abnormal condition of the Colorado ami Battery with intent to kill is that All the noon trains were loaded down be safe to say a scanty ration of job you can get any wliere We carry a large stock of best brands of KO0F1NG TIN ILATE and will So it results that the forty thousand markets due enlrely to local illu the punishment of the former comes with persons for the barbecue conse- Â¬ roots aud a handful of bruised corn or not delay your work We also carry a nice line of IB HMONIi KENTlCKY people who dine at New York hotels ences And we have heard Colorado Uiuhr the Statute law and consists iu quently during the two hours from II oats given at noon and so placed that A pMUE with t F R Jiur- - on Sunday are prevented from having farmers complain Hint notwithstand- Â¬ fifty days imprisonment and a fine of to 1 oclock the crowd was swelled all the heids shall fare alike will t U bottle of claret or a bottle of ale or ing there might he a deficiency of 100 while the punishment for Assault several thousand Everybody is in the Iiri t Street bring out the ponies of Shetland teer with their food And yet tins is a beeves the Colorado butchers would and Battery with intent tokill comes best of humor and although the entire Exmonr or Iceland in full health aud Which we warrant for one year lesides a fair line of Tinware Sliolf Hardware Garden Implements glorious country of Ireedom A SULLIVAN only pay for them a pi ice eqnal to under the common law which was de Â¬ enclosure is alive with people every vigor at the end of a severe winter Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine 11nders Cultivators Grain IMHs ttc their value for shipping purposes ami cided by the Appellate Court lo be both seat around the speakers stand is The land over which ponies range iu order to keep the market down as line ami imprisonment at the discretion occupied wiili people drinking iu every should be freely supplied by nature CAKIlSrK AND THE SttKPIiUS F1KE BRICK AND FIKE CLAY IRON MANTELS AND GUATES nearly as possible to that figure would of the jury which iu litis case was word of Democratic gospel that falls with clear running water if not Hie 1CHMOND KENTUCKY New York World bring iu dressed beef from Kansas City fixed at 1006 days in jail sea recent from the Iip-- of ihe speakers -w Â¬ herds will not scatter but will es lllu tin i trt street same Mr Carlli les reported desire for an and Chicago to supply their trade Of judgement of the Appellate Court in the Followihg are some of the rominent pecially iu winter remain close aud y occupied by County XuJ sos sion of Congress to put a stop course there was money lost ou the cace of llic Commonwealth vs J J people pre eut extra Gen Simon Bolivar in octB the neighborhood of their water to the rapidly accumulating Treasury ten carcasses brought in but not so Cernelisou Buckuer Col James W Tate Senator supply The keep which would be C in- Â¬ to his patri- Â¬ much as was made on the hundreds of surplui is creditable alike From this it is evident that if tlte SL J W Bryan Senator Beck HolU abundant for ponies would be excess E S BRONST otism and to liis political sagacity home raised beeves which they wete dictment had not been middled with by John G Carli le Judge S G Kliarifllb luxury for donkeys These niucli- The country needs to be relieved of thus enabled to buy below their legiti- Â¬ somebody Mr Cornelison would have Col W P C Breckinridge Col Mat H abuseU yet interesting beasts seem to the burden or 120000000 of superflu- Â¬ mate value So our contemporary in Â¬ been tried for Breach of the Peace and Walton lion J D Pickett Hon RICHMOND KY thrive on hardships they are unlives ous taxes The Democratic party stead of inveighing agHiust eastern it punished to the exetit of the law Joseph E McDonald P W Hardin of hot countries still they are easily ce on Second street next lor needs to show before the full elections dressed beef men had better turn its vrc Uhl have i ufiered only 50 days im- Â¬ Jamei A McKenzie Fayette Hewitt ett House acclimated under the weeping skies an earnest purpose to redeem its pledge attention to its local butchers rings prisonment and 100 fine all of which James U McCreary Thos Corbtt of Ireland they 11 mrish aud iu u few to reduce these taxes ago Maj P P would have been over long Oil J Fletcher Johnston generations increase iu size au I stub J SCOTT may be Desirable as larill reform Now w ho committed this daring and Johnston Hou James H Mulligan IA10U SITUATION IN KENTUCKY iu Africa their lot is one of ll la tint wit i MMiMn lifir i ll Mn nrnp Who com- Â¬ W C Owen Judge Sautley Senator uorniiess infamous piece of forgery Louisville Commercial hard knocks and endless drudgery Ivai iticable as revenue reduction The assault Hanks and many others 9H Tr r The Georgetown Times has the fol- Â¬ mitted this sly and stealthy little keep The dangers wjiieh beset Jtiv main thing is to stop Ihe collection of upon John J Cornelison 1 Who thus The first t peaker or the day was Gov the lives of ponies and donkeys in ihe paragraph Oillce on Second Street an extravagance breeding i urplLH In lowing pertinentthe Union Labor insulted the grand Jury of June 1884 Knott wlm in Iiim happy way made a U S of Amerca are very oppositt to The head of parly She present state of parties iu Congress whole Common Â¬ speech which completely captivated HiOMj iu Kentucky i a lawyer without a and through them the in other lands here Ihe system lthorough revision of the Urifl is ini- II it was the the va t audience Kentucky wealth of CS this would restill of forcing prevails client a man who according to those Commonwealths n KJnipoible It ought to lie possible to SittKu Attorney did lie do Following him came wlio claim to know him best knows hi developing size and producing a au greeiipou a compromise bill abolish- nothing about an honest days work it of himself nloue or had he some in- - Bolivar Buckuer ami when he arose hardy animal than the parents were Hg the internal revenue tax on tobac- compliceiti the crime If lie was Hie nppIaUe was almost deafening RICHMOND KY loweriug somewhat the duty ou for the rea on that he never did one nocetit let the real criminal be found Afer quiet was lestored he delivered A A Talk Aitoirr Discounts Office on Second Street How he came to occupy this conspicu Â¬ tM principal necessaries of the leopIe of public a good old fashioned Democratic speech funny thing about country merchants ous position iu the new organization is out and brought to the bar id aiding to the free list a few of the full ff horse sense and elicied the raid a commercial traveler I innbiti Hut demagogues are ever condemnation n mystery ntials of manufacture A Thirteen out of the sixteen grand highi sl encomiums ty to understand the di cmiut business ready to take advantage of any new i here should lie an extra session of above statement The next speaker was the old war correctly Yu know a good deal of movement to make themselves con- Â¬ jurymen signed Ihe igress Called far this purpose One could not be found and two of horse Joseph E McDonald of Iniana business is done nowadays from a spicuous Dractice in Madloit distinctly remember the He showed up the weaknesses or the standard price list with discounts uliieli iiiaiijoiiiiiib The Times has gone to the marrow them did not lies aia in the Court of Ap eil- - j facts iu the case but thirteen of them Kepublicau party as only he can do rlncluaie as I he market ehsng s deaijs mjvr of the labor situation iu Kentucky Its 6e in Master Commissib wvs never tried He made one or the mo t poweiful tSoim Huns the di Count issiuil Couner JriiaL woidy and obscure leader L A Wood show that Mr ConulUon iver Circuit clerks orace 50 under their indictment but under a speeches of Ihe day and was applaud lOoir and sometimes it Is a srt of iBiiSiriMi 7ilwlilTroSiMsi5liii 1lie Legislature of Illinois never has wrecked the Union Labor party ou indictment obtained by fraud ed lo Ihe echo reg- Â¬ double discount 10 or 15 being the li at each session to go to lettering the shoals or his own vanity and am- Â¬ fraudulent 3 The number of ople in attendance ular scale discount which ot course is aut the high handed speculative ex- - bition No cause could prosper with such and malfeasance hi office Whoever may lie lotiml to be the is estimated at 10000 at 12 oclock and granted by the salesman who is aNo AND pit ot the Chicago Board of Trade a man furnishing the ideas that control of this crime which was dis still they come The dinner is all the allowed hy his hoii e to add a further lis stuff is exhausted in buncome de- - its direction He has never been a suc- Â¬ authors iVlKwCiruell8on only two most exacting could desire at a bar- Â¬ discount as the circumstance may war-Â¬ - cess except in the regularity with covered by luciation of margin gambling corweeks agotheybijlong lo that party becue Everything U going offin the rant In thi way lias sprung up the iOnd the like willLPver recurring which Jie basfailed0 accomplish any li3Tu a t1 tl I taw i a a M mjJL M JiM mjJ3l Lcustqm of giving such discounts as 10 WawaMWMiaMlliaMMMMaWMWWMIWMMlMMMairatKIWltlfaWtWMWW 1 EED SMITH Ajjorit Mils tXiuSTrsrJ7TutJii eiST eJii tbinc The Union Labor neonle onuldli tu jtisiee cioieiujr uue present grunu most ieriect maimer andJE3U so ou Of and boutngPiiere are somttluot have met with a greater misfortune jury for delivering honest judgment aWSi die a v mfiRwrv io 1UCHM0ND KY mi bang out IA 1 conDUr rMistoraeraialivayjS iC Anion the Northern Lakes practical llitngf uowever wiucui man to nave n oue norse lawyer aim u and would like toWeg Mr Punch in- Â¬ i loraa nig a uiscJunirtOsinueyaiigei srenls or excnangeai klndiof rt overlooked by llieHjiijoi Lgis- - nrofessioual demagogue at its head Wisconsin Minnesota aod Iowa are but nut oner in Ateof them under dicted for obeylngyiii order of court of ptate on reasonable terms and r T tr very jucli to Its discredit or Such men are more apt to drive people il - ure The criminal or clriminals who are hundreds of delighted places where one stands the true secret of discount figur IH nnl ciassjnreaiiu xjhd w Kart pie in the pending wheat deal away than to attract them CompaniejrC guilty of the forgerhr may escape the can pass the summer mouths In quiet l v sir IHHBBKflnLRpV2afrSfQYfc3fefem3H9EL mtKentucky just at this time is iu con- Â¬ law by virtue of ii mutation but should rest and enjoyment and return home ing They nearly all want the bigT in J C LyterV Clolhiug Lje fj lave a recurrence of a very famll- discount first For instance if I say to g trage Wheat is cornered and dition to listen to new doctrines and lo not escape the scorn And condemnation at the end of the heated term com Â¬ s a KxammxnanteKmrjmmwwBm5ztp wish You can have those goods for a man Dime holding the stock are not turn from old fallacies The Union of an outraged public the trade that we Each recurring 20 and 30 oil he is likely to reply pletely rejuvenated TflyfcSterilMpWBWBniHWiiirfW and well selected line of SffllMppHHHlMV sjcwrATttAtfcg Mny jg bus of having all Hie wheat In the Labor party may not embody the prin- Â¬ AIRPLAY seafcoti brings to Oconomowoc Wau Â¬ Make it 30 and 20 and Ill take em dumrnd upon them which ciples that the discontented element in AXE iiUTUiiiSKS kesha Beaver Dam Frontenac Oko His idea you see is that with Hie big Ucnjantin Franklin Discounted I be the natural result of the this Stitc are searching for but it boji Minnetoiika White Bear and In- Â¬ discount figure iirst he gets a greater re- Â¬ nt tnl nt IVfaill KtrpftWiiInorH r - - - - I --- t j i mw --a m xwr Two boys were flying kites Ono of McKeeuconter wliere 3ou williBrtf cially high pi ices which the possessed the merit of newness and jami was Yessup numerable other charming localities duction but in fact it comes out just whose is maintaining for the settle- - cleanliness not having been infected the lad n can supinj n ni rr ci lull with romantic uames thousands of our Taun Tnr rAnn aijla ruun Mnnv uftwuj jaxwi ne il It of short contracts So they slm- - with the disease of office holding Had when about 400 ynrdslof string haj best people whose winter homes are on the same Twenty per cent oft a hun- Â¬ rjkti jir nil MnHj V-- uuuuo dred leaves 0 aud 30 per cent oil that uuhuo his farther to write -- 11 tl t - n strong pure CA OTSPEPblA A5TV ICTASH HA FKVKt HfcACriB iJlil LtT and popular man been been paid out asked i either side of Mason aud Dixons line leaves 56 Now work tt the other way him taken In exchanze Meats irlVu message and send It uji to the kltn i m ine city aim me wueai found to accept the Gubernatorial nom- Â¬ mar a 3irmTc y1 and comfort at a moderate Thirty per cent ofl 100 leiives 70 aud charge PALEN Elegance ne jralgia m so liS tl free of - JJl 3 I rly re V imj A for uenvery on coiurucia ination and two old parties would The old man sat down aid wrote tills cost can be readily obtained J Dmwdtr i p A list of 20 per cent ofl 70 leaves 56 Bee i ptimiiueu r r t fvi It The mes Send some rain Vessuil r otiT ft a not be made regular for tender have had n serious contest on their tatltOat COM0NO OXTON til homes with all necessary in Â¬ works just the same with any discount lBi fctiVig Uic n th ab I A bird summer ik fallowing sui Ll must go into the elevator to be hands but the opportunity has been sage climbed up the r in HaMr win formal Ion pertaining thereto is being like that Take 60 and 5 ofl or 5 aud OK V I wm circling high in the air whled its way xtr Ine rrenl IE regular but the clique has so ar- - wasted and it is probable that the La Â¬ C K ucy V aj r vhiili it pecked distributed by Ihe Chicago Milwaukee 80 off the result is just Hie same 10 c- br S i ntaistv v lt -r ky wVictor Iu Cor id Cn ged things that it cant get into grange convention will be a-- diimal to the bit of paper Hi Paul Railway aud will be sent Why the other day a customer of K Cos uat ke W Ih hour later tOe kite was viciously Au elevators So the s eUers are failure The combination with Holt u on riwia rtx 1 tion Micpcn Ocui Ctu- -- wiuia paper was free upon application by letter to A V mine out iu Missouri thought he was VE OPENED A NEW H Vrawaai tar lmcr s iAcnr r nrtof Ac sujiy oeiraqueu mere suoutu oe a and the exposure hy the Commercial hauled in by the boy methe message H Carpenter General Passenger Agent such a fine figurer that when I ollered nr r TO Oimm ITj iu tatters the only part of u can find th 1 in whic- Eta every tender of wheal at weakened the Union Labor party remaining intact being lids portion of Milwaukee Wis tf law that COKPaU40 OXYGEN of ITS MODI Or ACTION Idd him 5 and 20 off he said if Id give 1 ink ibtttal twa kaadfcd yac AND BE8ULTS T CJf I Two hours later Yes Chicago In any form if purporting to Wood in responsible for Hint idiotic the slgtmturc On Siirkev an tle wlucn iwa Co Ml mniiww him 20 and 5 oft hed pay cash Instead came up and the ralu fell as to tns remark iUc cuxauv agese slm k itwmm of aortrayir mm T fbe the contract grade and offered for fiasco There is no way now lo recover a soueaster cute in a wnk mn of iJuooic cxKmtmf of dMa alkac Mac lioaiam Wanted a good ngent of either sex of 90 days Of course I accepted his Main Street They cany Hliisjiection shall be a lawful acquit the ground lost The race is made up iu torrents From the Abilenefrex wil be auiled fr to ay adtlrou oo apvUcao-ioiler Ontii In awhile but nut often Reporter Iu all principal towns and cities iu tlv LATEST STYLES llauce of the contracts This would and the Union Labor candidate who- Â¬ a general line of 1 Drs STARKEY PALEN3 1527 1529 Proposed lefonus United States to take orders for our youll run across a man who prefers 30 ever he may be will be left at the post odious system of fraud stop an 15 oil to a simple 45 per cent dis- Â¬ and and tjir LOWEST PRICES ivarc At a resent meeting oflhe Legisla Â¬ new patent low priced solid Bronze count That is pretty well understood Sjrup of Figs We bdld TBACnOH And PORT AS LE ENGIB6 of 0 Committee of the KnlghlH of La Â¬ or Nickle Door Plate Door Hells but the oilier is not tive irnrare f BOSAMSA THBESHEE for wlMat MtftSJ AtTE9ML- SHERMAN A DEAD DUCK 100 lo c From Manufactured only by the Uulifurnia bor in New Yorlc the following de Â¬ Street Numbers flutoj ESVOLVIKaSTSAwaTAuajaBsanasAWf AiwnMC V Stoves and 300 can be made iu n very short time iWrtta tte Free New YorK Post Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cai is mands were formulated V TT ii Ji rinaaaA1 A f Tlie colIe market which has been We do not intend to be UNDBItSOLl w nuoKtavn ThA Veek which uas elapsed since Natures Own true Laxative It is the - Fine outfit cases for samples free Groceries l That the Government take conunsettled lor some weeks jsistt reached and to our customers wo say we wilt teST i tittTa tlte iVellverj oi oeu a nr K I ora1U Q most easily taken and the most pleas Â¬ rtrolof the telegraph system In connec Wrlla for proof of what agents are Ml I gve joti lull value lor every dollar hi- RENT the nenrt and l a crisis at Niw York TiiPsiinv v l a l l I ill I for a1 A fill KnriniflnluV HI has sutliepd antly effective 2wil At wa dnug aud lint of unoccupied territory prices fell two I VH4iiti i remedy known to tion with the Post Oltice Willi ii mill we uru vim in Mv aa JUtTCgl v CriblB cents a decline of over gave iw aij early caUb pavmeat Gaveriinieutiseuts snr It will pay you to dirso We refer to applied P 2 That ibe tn ihow mainly its elfect For it has cleanse the system when bilious or cos ti a nin i ecimues towards removing the the edftor of this paper who has purÂ¬ six cets Jn two weeks T4re were practical ttiincu of r iinul n vpt v marked effect We tive to dispel headaches colds null IpreeeutiiterestbfiarinRdeDt It iai TTnt PKICFS AND l- h experience UireeTailUres as a result T inr and 11a chased one ofour ulales GmSr ILWA8D to the Conalllu- - i do not ijecall any ringlet nddress which fevers to cure habitual constipation Ol 110 HOrtr rnofliw l 8 Ail amenuiiiT Mijovn Door Plate co Hie b o pronounced indlsestion etc For3ale iu 60 cents uiun ihatSeiiatiinibcelecteilby ndreci t McKul0I Stand style atlloN est hnsbauA so prompt nuM irfiDkoi y- V Mai Qnmd BHRldrMrclipBhvJttttaToiif White JL 1 juue82H DPOJPIaT Stocktons volts ot Hie people euce not oulyi iou the per and SL00 bottles by While Stockton pose of advancing the price of collee on the ground of abort crop increased consumption tc Op to that time been prices Smith D D S per centhad certain forced one hundred Wilkes on grade and our re Krt told wlnt enormous profits lead Ih street two doors ing men in the trade had made OKFICK This e Second morning we have the other tide from 5 New York Prices went fc MORGAN D D S down with n tumblebroke andseveral caushg heavy fiiiluers and a panic in Hie trade n Main fclreet over Madi- PFIlT National Dnk Richmond Ky ONION vTGir THE COFFKK DKAL Cincinnati Commercial Jiiz ctte A few tluj8 ago we printed full par-Â¬ ticulars of the combination otherwise called a syndicate formed for tin pur-Â¬ aoiessihol CnrcLs Â¬ W PR the orator hut upon the Mantling of the party for which lie spoke As for the personal equation il may l said that m man ever made a shorter job in committing political suicide Senator Sherman had a remarkably high place among the lead- Â¬ ers of the Republican party If he had been nominated for President iu 1884 lie might oot Indeed have received the support of all independent voters but tlieie would have been no organized Mugwump movement against him After the election many Mugwump still regarded him as a man who might lead the Republican party back to power iu 18S8 To day he is not only no longer regarded as a Republican worthy of support for President by in dependent voters hut he is considered a man whose ambition ought to be op posed by right minded men To put it plainly he has forfeited the respect of the public We may consider a man utterly wrong iu his opinions still if it is evident that he holds them sincerely and adheres to them consist ently we respect him But when a man has one set of npiuious for the tnirty sixth degree of latitude iu March and another for the fortieth degree iu June we pit him When Senator Sherman after saying at Nashville last spring thit he had no reproaches to cast upon any Confed- Â¬ erate and no auologies to ask of him Â¬ Â¬ goiial fortunes of FRAUDULENT JOHN J INDICTMENT COItNELISON AGAINST GUEAT OUTIOUKING OF KENTUCKY DEMOCRACY The Commencement Agony Here is n circular that explains k 1 -- LuxiUp Â¬ itself and is attracting great attention Affiants William Sledd D S Lock ridge W T Howe W H Wilkerson T H Eastmr J M Daniel L C Wrixht Harrison C Berkley O W Raburu S P Hunt H C Grave J W Burbridge Thos J Northcutt say they were members of the grand jury of Montgomery Circuit Court at its June term ISS l and at that lime we as grand Jurors found only one in- Â¬ dictment against J J Comelisou and only voted on or agreed on but one and hat was for a breach of the peace by committing an assault and battery upon Richard Reid deed There was nothing said about indent to kill in the grand jury room by any of the grand jurors and we reported to the Commonwealths Attorney that we had found an indictment against Cor nelison for a breach of the peace by committing au assault and battery upon Richard Reid When the in Â¬ dictment was drawn by the Common- Â¬ wealths Attorney we were not pres- Â¬ ent and it was not read to us or iu the presence of the grand jury When we made our report the indictments were not read out in court hut all handed in together and after the in- Â¬ dictments were drawn by the Corn wealths Attorney they were signed by D S Lock ridge foreman in our pres- Â¬ of them being ence without any read to us Afterwards at the trial or Mr Cornelison or when the case was called we Win Sledd W H Wilk ersou H C Berkley were present and were surprised to hear the indict- Â¬ ment read as it did and for the first time to leant that the charge hall been changed to assault and battery with intent to kill in place of breach or the peace by committing an assault and battery upon Mr Reid We uevei informed Mr Cornell jon of the above facts until since the trial Wm SLEDD D S LOCKRIDQE Wm T Howe ISroclal Dispatch to The PoMl Lexington June 15 This is the great day The day all good Demo- Â¬ crats have been impatiently waiting a ai Now come the melancholy days when a long suffering public mutt again go through the agonizing tortures of the commencement exercise She time when one is supposed lushed teats over the profound eloquence of the young woman who says Friends schoolmates companions we must part For years we have been drinking at the fountain of knowl Â¬ edge and journeying hand in hau1 through the fields or learning Happy years gone never to return To day we Separate to day we launch our boats on the great wide sea or life to drift we know not whither While our hearts are heavy and our eyes tear dimmed we but we know all the rest Those of us who have lieen through it ourselves know that the au- Â¬ thors of Yesterday To day and To- Â¬ Light morrow Lifes Failures Ahead Philosophy vs Rationalism I he In- Â¬ Which When and Why fluence of Metaphysics on Society The Sovereignty of Change Iook Aloft Our The Mirage of life Anarchical Ten Â¬ Countrys Peril- dencies of Modern Civilization the authors of these papers essays and ora Â¬ tions will ten minutes after it is all over be saying I got nineteen bouquets Didnt it go off lovely Did my train hang all right How did I do anyhow I was scared nearly to death I was so worried about my hair Did my sash ends hang right You did splendidly So did you Your essay was just grand How lovely of you to say so Every tiling was Just perrect I just thougut Id die when my name was called But I remembered that my dress cost 90 and that helped me out 1 am afraid Hint not half the audi- Â¬ ence knew that the flounce ou my train was real lace Im dying to see what the papers say Itll be perfectly horrible if they Tid dont describe the costume Bits SPECIAL o 1 4 BARGAIN af- Jgkn Big Prices will not do in these times when even the wealthy can not ford to waste their money and the poor require double duty of every dollar and every penny ifiX -- to rir-el- -T m CALL Bts SEE US AT OXCE OLDHAM RAMSEY go ARE VCEISTS lOH THE Walter A Wocd Harvesting and Mowing Machines c Shackelford Gentry o o Co ick a ft jr an is i QZ3 ctr IF YOU WAIST A GOOD M ACHIiyB G IVE US A CALL fc PRISH i WIGGINS BRBOl an n Â¬ Lai 1 Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARaESTAND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Builders Hardware and Building Material LEXINGTON BEXaXaS T BURNAmS Â¬ orney at Law i COOE STOVES and RANGES RE 1 orney at I aw J ui3LvsrrirvG jovrisit sy JLsSJL WW rYisAiviiii2 H i ornev at T Ii WW a Jx a frA auy E TTUvn iinui at I ii POWELL ttorixey at Law G--- u ls iorney at Lab J REED ESTATE iSURANOEt The Enterprising Young- Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods arc the best and his prices the lowest d - i 3T u f i J m We nil mm III ill vwwr wa -- ffcrjc liti m rfHi jtialS yj 11 - to UaimnBfKm8Y rS CLOTHING ruiiiviuiiiiu 3f - jPEg sfSagjgsraganagi yaEjglf sfvlSPsSMjBW jufii r - uiraiuiii Innn ul yfai--TRED iuatism TSEATMSiT - 1 1 a -- Bi3 m 1 sim coff TRUSIKS r- rdware Store haififc - l BEST GrOOBS f- - r Arclund 50 m 1 hr Ju il -- -- KCPesr7 Jt v Otrais0l0 vi Ori5 - Persons wish okh db so by ca street Biehmo lTvTT- CJ V i 509B1 -- p l - - ll - - i - fe j fbW iBiLMWHaaai S - t 41 r - JHi The State Knights of Labor convention in eteion at LaGrange last weak made tlte lollowing FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE nominations For Governor A LieuII Cargin of Crittemlen WEDNESDAY JUNE si 1SS7 tenant Governor 0 N Bradbttrn of Louisville Attorney General John P Newman of Campbell Treasurer George Smith of Hancock Auditor John McMurtry THE CLBIAX Â¬ Democratic Ticket 8IMOK K BUCKXKK vtHmrt CetHttr Â¬ of Fayette Superintendent of ruuhc instruction K M Alcueatn of Marion Tlie Cornelison case continues to come before the public in a sensational way La6t week a circular which is printed 011 lite first page of this issue under the head of The Fraudulent Indictment was against John J Cornelison circulated at Mt Sterling and owing to its serious charges attracted great attention Circuit Court was in session and the Grand Jury at once took up the matter for examination The result was an indictment against Elder Thomas Munnell father-in-laof Corneliaonand also against Cornelison charging them with libel The same Grand Jury failed to indict Squire Stofer who recently released Cornelison on a Thus the writ of habeas corjntt Corneli ton case continues to claim public attention in one form or another and an anxious public would like to know wlten and wheie the end is to be found Several years have elapsed since it beginning Â¬ i i a aMiargc At a meeting of wholesale liquor TTnvn dealers In Louisville the action of tho Â¬ Association in de Manufacturers Â¬ ciding to shut down for one year was and a resolution pased indorsed JAMHS W TATK agreeing not lo purohase any whisky tt Vw4M OMMrtjr the two armies could not have been I 3 -- J V K A Mrs J H Helton who lives nejr distilled during the period of suspen- Â¬ LX given Now as Gen Grant said that emu awmbv owkal sion of of In Magan Ohio county Ky and who is the side arms accoutrements and J WATTjIMAKIKN Â¬ some eases fie horse of the Con feder- Â¬ only2i years of age Is the mother of Riohiml T Sparks of Nicholasvillo all ates should be returned to their respec- Â¬ eight living children tlie oldest of badly cut Katie Uttlnger n prostitute which is eleven years tive owners 1 do not see why the old iu Lexington on the back of the neck wtrierrK hkwitt Smith Anderson bought about 300 and while resisting arrest with a knife regimental ami company flags should 0f HiMM Count not vao go back to their original own acres of wheat Saturday at from 05 to a tew minutes afterwaid was shot in PlatetL 70 cents Ihey also bought of G M eis tlie muscle of the left arm near the JM MHM A IfCKKTT Tlie Cincinnati Commercial Ga- J A Lee 1800 bushels of old wheat at shoulder by Deputy Sheriff Frank 50 dozen Colored Bordered II S Handkerchiefs at Sc Rodgers Sjjc zette has put forth several of its 78 cents Dunville Advocate 50 dozen Hose at i denunciatory edicharacteristic Old corn is still advancing and some 15c Manufacturing 500 yards Handsome Sateens worth 20c at WW WW II a UX HTCB Ordvay FWl The Hall torials on the subject exhibiting predict it will reach 8 before tlie next TIKMH UUNIHRT boots and shoes 5000 yards Lawn wortli inore money at feeling as if tlie civil war crop is made It is now selling nt Company Nashville Onaiilr as much MMkn 5c 1 failed owing to heavy losses 111 their 5000 yards Lawn worth Sc at which ended nearly a quarter of a 2 65 delivered Bright timothy aud business Tlie firm liabilities amount 1 lot Dress Goods worth 25c at 15c century ago were yet in progress sheaf oats at 12 85 delivered Hemp to 190000 and individual liabilities to 1 lot Dress Goods worth 50c at 30c MMS AMAXMA T MILUOK When tlie G A K howl backed trade reported nominal at 450 per 46000 Total assets 200000 This is 1 lot Dress Itobes in boxes worth 750 at 500 cwt and Aery little unsold Lexing- Â¬ by Foraker the Commercial-Gazett- e SALTTATORY the only shoe manufactory in the South 1 lot Towels worth 12c at and other heavy weights up ton Gazette 35c and was believed to be doing a good 1 lot Table Linen worth 50c at T North reached the ears of the 5c J G Burnside aod Warner Slavin buiness Good awnttHg -1 lot Calicoes worth Gc at President he began seriously to bought a lot of fut hogs from Hausbury 1 lot Brown Domestic worth Gc at fOfIMAX PlttXTDW Oomfaxy The Association of Louisville has in- Â¬ 1 consi ler the matter The sugges- West at 4 20 per cwt J A Doty IOC lot Ladies Slippers worth 100 at t stituted suit against JohnB William- Â¬ 1 Â¬ T rH CO flfl of tion of returning the Hags there bought 7 fat hogs to be delivered SaturlMnn Climu 150 StAHfofd k making an effort o uu i rr uuvol City Court Edward X Hit IjUUICS are 300 of them was made by day at 4 00 They averaged 275 pounds son Clerk of the v lipee LexiMgtous gigantic bar-Â¬ 200 SEARCY WITHDRAWS Henry Wolford 1 lot Ladies ivid Button bhoes worth if250 at- General Drum to Secretary ol A It Denny bought from George Jen- Â¬ Tierney City Auditor city of Louis- Â¬ 1 lot Mens Button Lace and Congress Shoes worth 250 at 175 becue and the Cily Treasurer the Democrat of Madito Oumtji War Fndicott and by him to the nings two mule yearling colts for 75 ville alleging that Williamson lias 50 Suits of Clothes worth 750 at 500 Daniel Manning says he thinks After nurture reflection ami with the President Upon reflection the each Traders say the mule crop will been receiving more in the way of feee 50 Suits of Clothes wortli S900 at G00 tJQuXiFdx sa be short next year us everybody is Mr Cleveland the winning card fail onttfe Ht ami advice of my ktmhikI President wrote 750 etc than tlie law allows and has in 50 Suits of Clothes worth 1100 at L mcaster Journal the game for President itext fritmlr I ltereby rew peetfnlly with- Â¬ 1 have to day considered with more breeding to horses 1000 IS TIIE AGENT AT RICHMOND IvV FOR consequence overdrawn his accounts 50 Suits of Clothes worth 1500 at Woodford of Nicholas is some 8777 draw from tins ree before the Primary care tlwu I did when the subjeet was 3 car Buckner election for nomination for Represen- Â¬ orally presented me tlie action of at Paris soliciting stock for the organi Â¬ The State of Chihuahua Mex Â¬ tative I feel that to continue in tli iKir Depaitment Ex Sherifl Wm Ramey and his son directing letters zation of another bank at that place ico is now slavering under two heated eoutet wowhl tend to disrupt to be addressed to the Governors with a cash capital of 100000 He lias Henry the latter twenty four years old latures and two Governors lite iwriy in the comity And hi order of all the States ottering to return nearly all the stock subscribed and we were riding from Morehead to their c n lea voting to make laws and to retain perfect harmony peace and if desired to the loyal states understand that the enterprise will be home in tlie country and when a few c nioree them during opened for busiuess in September Col miles from town they were shot lrom good feeitag all fcr Mitid I think the the Union flags captured above course in a duty I owe to 1113 tlie war of tlie rebellion by the Confed- Â¬ E F Clay C M Clay Jr Buckner their horses and perhaps fatally wound Â¬ Mr C L Searcy lias withdrawn friends my party ami mys elf To erate forces and afterward recovered by and Cateshy Woodford are the largest ed by unknown men in ambush It is from the race for HepreseiitaUve the many warm friends who have vol- Government troops and to the Con stockholders not known who the parties were that did the shooting and the fieki is left to Hon A T untarily given tlteir MiKH t I liereby federate States tlie flags captured by The Garrard county bonds were not Chenauit who will probably have tender my sincere titauku tlie Union forces all of which for many sold for tlie reason that since they were The statement is made that Jellersou years have been packed in Moes aud 110 opposition at August Respectfully advertised tliere has been a seUemetit Davis Simon Cemeron A P Kennedy are stored in the cellar and attic of tlie C LSKAHCY Haiinibul Hamlin are the only with tiie slierill aud it is found that the Squire Jim Woods the Prohi Â¬ RiebBwod ICy June 16tli S7 I am of tlie opinion county indebtedness is only about 32 and living who were member of tlie War Department men Â¬ bition candidate for tin Legisla -- - NTEHT that the return of the flags in the man fiXLE TRUSS ROD MD Tlie Iottisville Commercial has ner thus contemplated is not author- 000 in lead of 50000 It is now pro Â¬ United Slates Senate when tlie war t tire has KejMiblicait antecedents posed to i sue bauds maturing- - In from was begun Haiinibul Hamlin is also and forci- ized by existing law nor justified as an nnl Womans Kigiits tendencies a clear idea ol deals S000 each year hear tlie only living ex Vice President The one to four ye Executive act I request therefore that ing 0 per cent irs lie will nevertheless make good bly expresses itself as follows interest So that in four only living ex President is R B Hayes w no more threatening sril to no further steps be taken in the matter Tltere meat for Chenauit at August more years old Garrard will b- - out of btfcine of the country than the cor- Â¬ exeept to examine and inventory tlie A few days ago Mrs Thomas Golf of debt for which Praise the Lord Puck traces a marked similarity ner Touches of its damage ai e fresh flags and adopt proper measures for while walking North Middlttown Ixtween the red civilixatioti of tlie in mind through the recent coltaiie in their preservation Any direction as to At the Shorthorn sale of H Y Attrlll across the lloor of her room stepped Indians ami the red civilization of wiieat ami the Hiueese in eoliee Ttte tlie final diMsitIon of tliem should at Kansas City six bullssold for 4195 on a cat which bit her oil the top of the Ilt anarchists Tlie Indians lteld baekset to life Ciifcago deal in w heat originate ith Cougres Your truly an average of 090 per head 30 females foot Tlie foot and limb arr swollen to sold for 21930 an average of 731 per tlie knee aud the flesh has turned green Gkovkk CIiKykkakh their land in comuioii ami might was due to incorrect efetimattou of the load to It carried Tlie eikiiie found The anarchists nide right Thus the war of words over the head The whole 36 averaged 720 euch It is feared that blood iKiisouing has set All One Hi elf confronted with nearly twice as the same war worn flags ends as suddenly A J Alexander of Spring Station wasÂ¬ in and the limb will have to be ampu Â¬ tlie purchaser of two Duchesses of Ox- tated to save her life Brookaville Dem Â¬ mueii w neat as hail been counted on is it sprang up ford one at 2000 and one at 050 ocrat lion John FeJand of Ilopkins- - aitd retired in dismay litis fcjieeiee of The Col T S Moberley of Richmond pur- Â¬ ilk ItcfMiblican candklate for Hneeuiatiou is universally condemned THIN COLUMNal- Â¬ Doc Hill and James Johnston chased a Tliorndaio Bose at 1000 Attorney General declines to fiir- - au more damaging than tlie gambliug leged Indian doctors hired a horse and fYrfAc lier jwwsecute the canvass and rooni w lfere eardb are the foundation Burgoo is useful to contemplate as an The rice fields below New Orlenns 0 J Simpson of befoi- aside Here are Messrs instead of h lieat or joik yet tins w hole abstract idea lK as a food it is too have beeu inuudated and a great dam- Â¬ buggy from Mr P M Bloomfield last week They said they John Bennett and A It Ihtrnam laMlee world takes a jmrl in Histiing thtek to drink ami not thick enough to age lias resulted A strong easterly wanted to go to Chaplin They went Kcpublicans you can not do bet- - tlte evil along leetnriiK ami preaeli eliew gale began to blow Saturday and con Â¬ to Louisville and it is alleged tried to CO iK lo no good ami bitter experience t r than to take one of litem We demand of Squire Woodn tlie tinued steadily until Monday The sell the horse and buggy Policeman and bankrui4ey Mfldoii frighten the Prohibition candidate as to whether result was luundatiou of a considerable Smith arrested them and brought them The Masoik Grand Lodge of vietiin away frmi it ot not he is in favor of returning the portion of the Parish of Plaquemines to Bardstown Monday Thy were ex Missouri has dosed its doors to all The eastern portion of the parish forms aniinedibefgre Judge Fulton yesterday Itebel flags THi CHNFEIKKATK FLAtJS who sell whisky ami tlie j rous a long peninsula lying between the Why tlie thunder does a man write his Mississippi river aud the Gnlfof Mex- aud held to bail in the sum of 500 each Informed Presbyterian Church in They arc iu jail Bardstown Record house name in letters big as Nw York has closed its doors to Tlie subjoined letter from Ad Â¬ then paste em iu his tlte Cotutthe first ico which is about ten miles wide and SW hat and nil Masons Tliere are a few jutant General Drum has created An Ashewlie North Carolina tele Â¬ This section is cultivated in rice The RY- a commotion in Grand Army cir- Â¬ eimnce lie has walk oil with another 200 lice farms were underwater each gram wiys that a wonderful freak of CORRECTED WEEKLY narrow gauged institutions yet containing forty acres and it is expect Â¬ nature appeared near that place in lie extant notwithstanding the liar cles and attracted attention mans hat CO BY Mr McDowell as you will see else Â¬ ed that the growiug crop will be totaly way of 11 child just born The child litis in ludit of the nineteenth cen- throughout tlie country Tlie letLIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS AT CINCINNATI ter remit where iu tills issue has stepjied into destroyed two heads tlie faced being opposite tury UNION STOCK YARDS AND COVINGTON STOCK YARDS They Sir Tlie President of the United our shoes at the Itegioler ofltee Owing to tlie busy tinm witii the Tiie front face is perfect w hilo tlie one Tlie people of the South did State having approved tlie recom Â¬ tit him precisely excel they are 1 farmers there w as a very small crowd at at the buck is not regular Tliere is jSt7 1 not promote the return of tin mendation that all the flags in tlie jetle too sliort tje sale of the effects of the late Dr V only one neck lor the two bkulis aud the hair ou tlie forehead coined down Confederate flags they did not cMxIy of tlte War Demrtment be Tlie Tmx Column like our shadow V Owsley the farm undagood many Quotations are for good line smooth stock and it should ho remembered this phenom Â¬ join in any repuest to return them returned to tiie autltorities of tlie res Â¬ has followed us from tlie Register to of the things advertised to be sold were to tlie eyes Tlie arms of a heavy and that the value of coarse and rough animals of espial weight is much less enon aro covered with A CT Kf Statew in which the regiments Mild privately All they were not aware o such a pective Oil what a fol- Â¬ not offered and will be Tjik Climax office Shippers to this market fchould life direful to send no big jaw 2x11 CAUTION bote litem were organised fur Mich lowing we have in those two insepa- Â¬ The prices realized were not satisfac- Â¬ shaggy growth of hair entirely to the movement until the order hail been or other diteased cattle for the inspection here U very rigid tory tho bidders beingso scarce Horses wrists A number of people uent countermanded Titey do not final diosiion as they may deter- Â¬ rable institutions wild from 75 to 135 mules 63 to 100 from the city to tee tills mo nstroity v en care whether or not they are mine I am instructed by tlie honora Fountain Fox Bobbit Is announced 2 year old catile26 to 2S yearlings enterll ble Secretary of War to make you in SHIPPING CATTLE ever returned t Tlie idea origin Messrs John MacLeod Ciiief Engin- Â¬ tlie name of the Dejtartnient a tender for two speeches a day in Lincoln coun- Â¬ 12 to milk cows 20 to 30 hogs eer and Y It Ituggles Division En- Â¬ Good to Extra 1400 to 1501 Km 5 ated in tlie North was discussed of tlie flags now in this otHee belong Â¬ ty during tlie mouth of July lie is Veryltci tftil iy 1250 to ijoo Ss Fair to Good 5 cents ier pound The farming im Â¬ 1 too to 1250 Ks in tlie North and decided in tlie ing to tlie late oiunteer orgaiihsatioiis a Democratic candidate witii Prohibi- Â¬ plements sold very low 39 shures gineer of tlie Louisville Huotliern were Common ami Kmtgh up Good to Extra Oxen s North It was altogether a piece of tiie State of 1400 to 1800 tion proehvilies aud is spiliu to be Farmers National Batik stock sold at here Friday evening having oome - 1200 to 1600 s oo from Harrodsburg over one of tlie pro- Â¬ Fair to Good Oxen of Northern stupidity which gave Legislature In dteelMirging this pleasant duty I returned to the from 151 to 153 and several shares of posed lines between that place and BUTCHER CATTLE the Itepubticans a few short Ikhii s beg you will please advise me of your The withdrawal of Air Searcy from Dix Itlver Danville Turnpike at 16 Danville 1000 to 1200 tts Mr MacLeod sajs that this Good to Extra Heifers ami Steers 4o in which to -- wave tlie bloody wisltes lu this matter It is the in the Legislative race jerked Stanford Journal - Soo to co the life 3 portion of tlie line was let witii tlie rest Fair to Good Heifers and Steem shirt and that is all tlie cousola tention in returning each flag to give preservers oil tlie Hostel s and they 600 to 00 Hm g Heifers and Steers 3 Tlie June returns of the Department and that tho contractor who is to do Common to Fair aie lion anybody in the North can get its history as far as it is possible to do now reposing quietly ou to 13H Good to Extra Cows anil 3 25 Cincinnati the bottom of Agriculture indicate a reduction of the work has a ked when he may be- Â¬ Fair to Good Cows Soo to 950 Ks 75 out of the question Tlie una- so stating the circumstances of its cap Â¬ the jiolitlcal lake Will Squire Woods of nearly 2 per cent in the area of winter gin as he is about liuishiug his contract Common ami Plain Cow 2 oo3 nimity and violent manner with ture ami recovery I have the honor assist them from a watery grave 1 wheat In condition of winter wheat on tho Maysville aud llig bHiidy OKI Hough Cows Oxen and Stags 5 QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AD FAVORITE LINE TO which tlie llepublicans resisted to le very respectfully your obedient tliere is no change the average being Messrs MacLeod and Uugglea liojie to BULLS It may appear both Mulhattouish 84 9 a reduction of nine tenths of 1 per the return to tlie South of the servant It C Drum New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga 1S00 to 2200 be able to begin tlie survey of the route Itest Shipping 3 oo and indelicate but it is nevertheless a valueless old rubbish mere sou Â¬ Adjutant General 1SS6 tlie June average was next week after which they will be in Ilest Hotogna 1500 to 1S00 Rts 5oa fact that a physician In Itiehmoud has cent In Texas Meridian Vicfcsburg and all the 1000 to 1400 venirs of a quarter of a century Bologna In conversation General Drum a compressed 508 proa positiou to make a location Dan- Fair to Good Feeders up at 927 The harvest is already iu Soo to 1000 Ns air machine fitted Fair ago evidences plainly to tlie said lativille Advocate 600 to 1200 Hs 2 Common and Thin I 50 a cost of several hundred dollars for gress up to the 3Sth degree of north I South that tlie spirit of unificaWe ae going to return the flags to the purpose of blowing peoples noses tude Condition of spring wheat is good FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 15 F Remington of tills city Vheu tion in the North is painfully sliort all the States Korth aud South and I iu Dakota and qerritories westward 1000 to 1200 Its Extra 3 75 A careless cleik projecting with a but below average records in Wiscon- Â¬ went lo ustumebiiperiuieudency of tlie Goodto GoodSteers L oi what it ought to be and that am now having full lists made ol all Soo to lono tts Steers 3 Eddyvllle he Fair the South is much more willing to these trophies iu poseeeeiou of the de-Â¬ pistol iu Smiths store ldowed a ball sin Minnesota Iowa anil Nebraska branch penitentiary at oo 3 TIIE SOUTHERN IIOTJTE T TIIE PACIFIC C0AbT- 2 span the bloody chasm than is partment In a short time we shall have straight across the street and dug up The goneral average for spring wheat is took leave of his wife at the reshleuoe Fair to Good Light Stfkkere - 1 75 During Common and Thm Ligtt Stockerc 5 her former foe in arms the wltole collection so assorted and some dust among some men He was 878 which is lower than recent years of Jerry Frazer iu Lexington Morniiiff and 3fi5lit the w ar when he left with General John CO VS AN D C A L V ES ct separated that we shall be ready to pale as this paper aud wished he had but thirteen points higher than iu 1SS1 PIKiTIH CttWKNTIOX 45 0050 00 forward to every State in the Union been more watchful The Marshal did At harvesting last year the condition Morgans command lie took leave of Best GradcsGood Suck JACKMSVIiIRI1 w Only his wife at the same place Ou each of Fair to Good 30 0035 00 whatever flags In longing to State vol- Â¬ uol molest him so he breathes better averaged 80 15 O02O 00 was a death iu the common About fifty people assembled unteers fell into the hands of the Fed- Â¬ She found a photograph and a letter Two culls that were settled iu the these occasions there Special Totice Best Veal Calres 125 to 150KS S 50 5o S- leemr Stale Room PaMers ieo to 120 in tlie Court liouee in Kichmond eral army ami into the possession of the In her husbands desk and now the courts of Danville last week illustrate Frazer family before Mr Remingtons Fair to Good 4 00W s 00 loir ImHM OraiHl lMillmna Kinosl lHlaee v ho hud - 50 3 00 l0r Uailroads SSSTcfflienS Nearly All the last Saturday tlie occasion of tlie War Department I am having a careless husband wishes he had never the costliness and hardship that often return On the first occasion peniten- Â¬ Common and Heavy hard work to keep out of the boWliig tlskeK vl IbK lit jrand JMHrul Union IViotln lnclnimtT IMSWW LAMI5S SPRING County Prohibition Convention complete inventory of them made out been lioru We insist ou more atten- Â¬ attend litigation One caso was an ac- Â¬ uiweiwe avl rxiirer Hiruck llm City nn JHunsu a joaiwy auwnleri with ClM Mn 60 te 65 8 6 00 VCTxiirilu cwuvtriHfUCf 55 There were thirty or more Demo- with written statements to tell briefly tion being paid to the advice of the tion by a sewing machine company tiary from ami other f ktbel comntdet GomM JtJaivjr JUWAvAlter iootT uutctver --SfiJCSxJkL4 ti BMKmn crats eight Prohibitionists six as far as known the history of each venerable gentleman ol Foxtown Crcsqent Koothwa i States Line against n widow In Perry villewWvOlV made their escape Now he is engaged Fair Butchers 45 4S JLllllUl Yin- - Quccift women and a few Republicans trophy and the story of how It came to when you write to a woman write on traoted for a nuchlue atij ll 25 for in seeing that u penitentiary is built Common and Tail Ends 3 35 s CtnMnnaMCito OenemI Odires St Iaul Uuil Be HOGS It was essentially a Beren conven be captured AH this literature will a slate so you can rub It out which sum she execuMT a note aud secure enough to prevent the escape of t JUIIUHAUtT UniMtrnl IHumuut A ant be oom4eted and the trophies will be General Manager Select Butcher and Vleavr Shippers tion or at most a Glade preriuct JR X RYAN SS 5S Tlie ItegUter JPW0WJciraiMCS JjrrViH inorteageov Tier house and tot auy one larls Kentuckiau Citizen U CAltllOLL Fair to Good Mixed Packers Qeuenil Superlntenden Assistant Gonerel Paswmger nobody outshb of Mat ready to be forwardotlJitthcir owners tWMnramT French Tipton have pur to secure its payment The judgment c0 affair for y4 4 9S S Good to Extra Ligllts 15010 180 Us iu a fup xeks This action is not due chased the Hammond Herald 5 00 4 3e Tip was for 12807 and her Imme was sold precinct took jartln tlie proce -- While I am not a J ignt 1 igs 1 o to 1 jo jm A Kovbl But 4 00 4 Zo any pressure or any suggestion from knows ltow to run a newspaper and to satisfy tlie olaim The other case 1USS4 X IS o Hunting was ca fEBAV netting man tuid F J Cheney of tho Kougn ami acaiam 3 75S 4 5 ifside It had been iu ooutempltt- - we expect to see him make a daisy out referred to was an action on an account Urm of F J Cheney fc Co I considered ed to tlie chair and stated tin ItiiHi iu the Department for considera ol his J mi re base Wo liojie he will tlie obfect of tlie meeting was to ble time You se every now and spare his readers the Infliction of the for thirty cent wherein judgment was it my religious duty lo make that fel Â¬ Stanford entered against tho defendant for 390 low a bet You neo he was about dend twiwever Thin nominate a candidate for tlie Leg then we were receiving inquiries from Journal Column The lawyers fees if they employed aud 1 guess he would have died before Rev John G Fee the i various stales about the flags 111 which islature Yes we had decided to abandon the counsel would add considerably to the 1 i I Spring if I had not got him ou the m made a speech ot length in which they were particularly interested and Thin Column altogether but the fol- Â¬ i bet You know some men had rather both the Democratic requests to have them returned These lowing doubted barrelled alt wool joke expense he denounced July 13 PROPRIETOR OF THE I loose their lives than lose a hundred Avn and Republican parties and un- requests generally came from North- Â¬ from tlie Journal compelled us to con Â¬ I 9 I U1 NEWS PARAGRAPHS well he was one of that kind aud we I will oiVvr for snle publicly to the 1 InIlJ dertook to sliow that there wa6 ern Mule and from time to time as tinue the institution of omnoiated des Â¬ We I est bidder being out but I saved H both came bat one great question before the the requests were made they were grat- Â¬ cription Just to accommodate the afore Â¬ The Illinois Legislature has prohib- Â¬ my hundrednear it only cost him ten and people and that was Prohibition ified At length It occurred to thedepart said joke I I prepared to do all kinds MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN ited tlio unit ol tobacco to boys under dollam Hows that He cent for mu One of our Kugiisli settlers Mr sixteen years of age He deprecated both Local Option tneut officials that It would be a good mi Main ytreet in RiclnnoHil one day aud taid the doctors hud all Doors UILD1NG A2ID CONT up George John Hemming who It consists of seven rooms wit I Jand High License and believed tiling to return them all at once Tlie sugar coated nop corn came puts the all throticbout cistern at tlio dror hide MrWH McRobertP of Stanford Kiveii him up to die with tho catarrh solely ami exclusively in Proba- Â¬ law relating to flags captured from the way lo town the other day to tell us WORK told him that I would bet him JIM and liaclcynrd House is newly ent Â¬ Judge John D Goodloo enemies ot the United States did not a good joke which was that a negro and Miss Besslo Thomas of Louisville I tion ered mid painted mid in uoixl rennr that Halls Catarrh Cure would our were married last week -- AT de--- d believing that the corn grew iop apply to flags taken In the Civil War In every part THE MOST- 1 cfler this property for as noiwnwtod but gracefully him or I would give hlw 100 If H felled for a consequence of Having removed iHt Henry Tooker a youth of 19 bliot He look the latter iiruiHxitlon This The Grand Army Posts all over ped IumI asked Mm some few seed so Blinds U was insisted upon in Mouldings smelltlie State forhlmselt he could raise from ffr3 eaihos by Squire Woods the country grew excited and at int laughed ourselves to death at the and dangerously wouuded his father was three mouths ago you bee how he We Salo at XO oclock IoMesciim m- tt Henting and Mr once adopted resolutions condemn- joke and Ikhw all our tiatrous will do Bee Tuuker iu Oasey county Door looks uow dont you as well as jtny roedlatoly Purtlcs dssiring ti Ym in the best manner B lie steadfastly ing the return of tlie flags Gov- Â¬ site same ine the pniperty will please cnlBffJ and Of lite hundred thousand Inhabitants oue aud a Candy Arueriouu Tyfedo tliorouuhly educated Ca - ernor Foraker si ureemcar at tnrsi iNutlonnl iHffi Fee was nomof Ohio telo of Cllcla a fertile plain in Asia Minor JUKI aid builder and those conl JB1 gs but firmly graplted General Boyirton J I McKIN at eighty thousand nro destitute H C in buudme will do well I 1 Squire Washington to go before the Jam R G Fifc died of Brights dneaw Tub Bajhks Cky Fmi iv And the Sullie Cowherd stubbed and killed an estimate from him old folks laugh when they Hud the iiinatcd United States Supreme Court and at hi home in Maditon county Ky on Emma Duhoney nt Lebanon last week 1 Im Office at his residence or li- vote sue out an injunction against the Friday June 17th 1887 ge 53 years tho weapon used being n barlow knife pleasant California liquid fruit remedy Irivine Street Syrup of Jigs is more easily taken aud he removal of the flags and tele- - The Amend occurcd at the rcUeace on jonn uyKes win lurahli ire to tht till Dr J JS PnniBtnf for fifty yeure 0 tuore tpsof Kichmond iind vicinitr tins itason in its aetiou Jhan bitter pr 13 tf Cleveland as Saturday and the burial in tlie family J graphed President Profytsor lu Georgetown college has nauseous medicines It is a most val- Â¬ jow iqc urae kb maKc oomratrtKttevda- burial ground joirows livery lis hcadmtarten are at resigned There is an eflorjtjo remove uable family remedy to aot on the x ujKvtim nonn I most earnestly protest against cma ot Amos Dcatherage died at his home on tliepllfge to SlwlbyrtWe theystem and to jgSPpce li8ts and Estimates promptly furnished on application aiuicuij l bowolsto oleaiise w apr3tf linn The patriotic people of this Muddy Creek in Madii on count Ky on I a MnHLeteli3r Owsley oj Lanoftiiter dispel colds headaches and levers nrrmnwifs si e shocked and indignant be Â¬ SaH rda uneiSth 1SS7 aged 74 tears ttua fifeliilnpit llironivh FTnll T H Ma Manufactured only by the California f9 Ark altaated on Main Street lli ing I cm express and I K j B CalilT- reary an aiWiinnjeiit to the I b Fir tiy rup GJbftsftUSjmcUro Sfebre McKeeN corner where j 1 w iesf j ou to m ke the or-n had t i ie was lie ISavtH ttlvr ays find n fresh supply q oi Mie oyvyuus tsotocKiwi uii I Aueiiy ai Aunnpols Sfcfl stwtt unqualified father f ShenB N B Deatbcmge jiad tu viiius In the best towu in Kentuck fotegant Er sir cuced tnaals of Tho on hutidrol and tenth aiiniver tht odr son f Mr Sallic Pcalhcrage all hi4 T f Xtures and a rire stni it of T Patrouizt J J Brka the drugit A li IT- r i fy Produce taken In exchangf KJ ear saryof e aJirtxn r Mm Bters and uk- uc t -a lie iw l v gtan14 tty to the edir of tins paper li ueilveriil lrwnl oorns ft 1R Mum W AWT 0VBNK JAM IK WMtYAN f Kiibii Ouimty Union oflicer ami present MApScJONCEFINING FARMERS pomattox says I wa9 present at Iheseeond Interview A lot of 21 lambs was sold In Clark between Generals Grant and Lee when county last eek at four cents They the oonditlona of the surrender wre averaged 00 pounds agreed upon and General Grant au- Â¬ The exports ot live cnltle and dressed thorized the Southern forces to retain English mar- Â¬ their tide and other accoutrements and beef from Boston lo the kets last week were 1515 cattle and return to their home lu peace Those of us who hadsecn four years of war bur 2000 quarters of beef ied all animosity aud hatred under that Mr Vincent Cromwell of Lexing- Â¬ old apple tree at Appomattox and in- ton lost two Bed Wilkes yearlings stantly became brothers aud friends which were struck by lightning For before General Grants order to supply one he had refused 1000 and the other the defeated army with ratlo us could be 1500 executed the Union soldiers threw James Garland has purchased the their knapsacks upon the ground and tw filly Snow Drop by Joe divided their rations with their former Hooker dam Laura Winston by Norenemies A better illustration of the folk of W B Toduunter Fayette friendly feeling that existed between county for 2000 Â¬ Â¬ stripes as the national flag was brated Tuesday at Hartford Conn cele- Â¬ m MMHianiMMMM Guy Webber of Cinoinnnti repre- Â¬ senting Eastern capitalists- has pur- Â¬ chased two million nares of land In Sonora Mexico on whloh it is propos Â¬ ed to found nn American colony Tlie Masonic Fraternity of Kentucky have made arrangements to celebrate St Johns Day June 24lh witii nic nics at Louisville and elsewhere for the benefit of tlie Masonic Widows and Orphans Home WJdJJiJ TO- - MPHHH Vf WE TOLD YOU BE ON YOUR GUARD and see how low prices we quote you This week we give you still lower prices on manv new things Head the Araluable information given by IJLN --- - 1 n mst received and opened stock of East Trenton well selecl Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles wm Also a large lot LI SVILLE STORE Glassware and Water Bets kinds and styles Â¬ I Rotas SilYer COFFEES Mies ai wm TEAS i 3c SUGARS 8c and all kinds of Canned G dtods h Â¬ lt II il uu Iuu n -- ii Iis CAEPETS CARPETS CARPETS THE CELEBRATED Â¬ Â¬ We offer an immense liiie of Carpets at Greatly Reduced Prices in order to reduce same special Bargains call and see WEBST FARM WAGONS Manufacture The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them Â¬ them Â¬ ad-m-a- ti-ps all styles We have a sreat many new attractions which they offer at this week which we arc unable to give prices of on account of space Should you ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES want anv thine in the way of Corsets Gloves Embroideries Laces Dress Goods Year luMifiu For Dry Goods of any kind Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Carpets Trunks Furnishing Best Material lae Easiest Term come and sec our prices Goods c just Call on Mr Pope ad examine tlc and we will sell you as we have the wagons Dont buy doing so and prices that will make them go Till and sizes tapis H XSEammoiZz J STRENGStore latmisville o WEBSTER WAGON Â¬ Drawford House LIVES STOCK MARKET RESPQiRT WEBER LOPER Corner Sixth Walnut Sts Â¬ Â¬ ciisrciisTi oheotxjie issr I have taken tlie maifgement of this House Have put it in mod order Clean Â¬ Â¬ rooms and beds and a table all that tljffood as the best the market affords and r olju pur any 7lKJ- let the price iui iur keep you away It is had times prices ain you Will be pleased to PRAMK J OilK S5 Klanagcr Associate Roads qums and ORESctasT aouTB la Â¬ Southern Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Principal Points Soirtsi anfl Sontli Wesl Tlnillilatl51JWnS0 - LinoilW7ow SiJlffir1Xarn Â¬ wjuclltn3rf JiU fiCi ResMence Fo Wednesday TAFPORD -- mmLMm or m ttstv j Tjria Â¬ LAirara m Sash Balusters Newel Posts MY RSSZDELEff Cl COBJTR R GT d tV -- -- Â¬ yit Window Frames Mantels Eeasoaable E A Stairs -- Stair Railing Pew Ends Church Finish irr cB Lumber Lath Shingles Weather boarding flooring etc etc KE3SSP 1 COOXs tifrfry 1 11 Ti- - KY f A ti kiids of mswm wm Hi ICHMOND Drug n Li For We iP oacs es Brandts thr nvi in idwia i - 1 t I r tV - r y m TSHf afriT ttr - - H1 11 i K r tt 4T IS fi Jlil t Li fcfl t 1 S ax 1 im 1 t Confiscated ed the chair of English Literature at Gar- Â¬ Mrs Margaret Kincaid and Mr John field University Wichita Kansas Teropleman are neighbors In the South Â¬ Mr Ezekiel Davenport of Virginia ern part of the couuty Mr Teinple who had been visiting Mr Brutus J Clay mau owns aud keeps in rep ir the line and other relatives his gone home Mr James Armstrong a prominent fence A mare and colt and mule colt Odd Fellow or Indiana is belonging to Mrs Kincaid have for visiting his son New Castle Armstrong Mr Hugh some time been tresspassing on Mr this place Templemans lands Last winter he Dr J Lett Harris brotlieritllaw of Dr notified Mrs Kiucald of the Tact ext Akers and a pupil of Dr A Wilkes Smith time he found the aforesaid htiiinals on has located in Borbourville in the practice his land he put them in Ills stable and of Dentistry Miss Lena W Luxon of Lexington refused to give them up Mrs Kin Â¬ caid sued fur possession of the animals recently editor of the Hamilton College Monthly is the guest of her cousin Miss and the case was tried by a Jury iu May B Luxon ago- Common Pleas Court last week Judge I mm Mr Wm T and mer- Â¬ Billy Devore had a successful four Scott Instructed the jury to find that chant BlufTton Green plantervisitirg his Georgia is Afpolish Art the animals under the law belonged to friend Mr Wells Union City and cnach excursion to Ciuciuiuti on last The subjtilnet special telegram was Templeman if they had tresspassed aH is delighted CT Kentucky with Sunday- sent on last I lay from Lexington to above set forth and tlf6 verdict was Mr E R Odor of Cynthiana has been In lown the pan wbek representing Ihe J3li tHlggins are closing out their the CinciunatiCommercial Gazette accordingly rendered New York Life Insurance Company and Last nlglii Ed Bixter a young t and will quit business at good at man receiitlT from Hicliraond Kyt has drawn up several policies Mr Jlillcrs Dcaih ilr i fret attempted to commit suicide He has T v Notice was made last week of the Miss Sadie Wilgus a charming young been quitejniiate uilli a pretty Miss Im W O Bradley Republican Morgan knuter of the lady with suicide at Earl Park Indiana of C lady from this city left yesterday after caudii e for Governor will speak whom he boards for wmie time They Irvine Miller formerly of this place noon for Richmond to spend several days have had eferal lovers quarrels re- Â¬ His brother Circuit Clerk W H with friends Lexington Transcript here ou uly 4th cently the 1st one taking place last Miller has Mr Thomas Francis of Alabama returned from Earl Park Dr A W timltu is nt home every night AfVrthls last one the young formerly proprietor of the Matlory the week the dental fcchool at man took big dose of opium but by and says that the health and mind of Springs this county is visiting his old day in the promr use of restoratives was the deceased were good up to three home after an absence of thirty years LouhMlehaviig closed saved ar this morning there is every wpeks before his death He was a Mr A gentleman irora Jerusalem lect Â¬ prospect t his recovery Justice of the Peace sold agricultural studentJohn Van Lear of Winchester a at Central University has secured Mr Baxter writes to say the above ured at le Court house one night last implements on commission aud had a a good position in an office at Harrods Is iucorrt t to small audience weet machine shop He was doing a good burg but we have not learned what kind business anil his books were accurate of an office Jt is Clerktaml Collector Anuniber of communications were Mr I G Dun if has been appointed and showed him not indebted to the Miss MayB Luxon one of Richmonds cruuded uiit of this issue by tlie burgoo City Cfcrk to succeed Dr C D Paitie State or to his principals His mind most accomplished young ladies returned dedication and other articles of length andjiii entered upon the discharge of began to give way possibly from too home yesterday after a visit of several n city and much to Sullivan of this place came Uie dales of his office He can al- Â¬ hard study oVersonie patents for which weeks to friends iti this young the regret of a popular gentleman being taken oft with a dose of ways b found at the store house orH he was about to apply His domestic Near Lexington Transcript pot on at Lexington one day last week S Strjng anxious and ready to supply relations were good Remains were Misses Katie QuisenberryCordie Clink t tue44utsor the public Mr R A buried at Lawrenceburg Indiana the enbeard Winchester Willie and Maud Mr Staffords liabilities have footed BarIV has leen appointed City Col oiigiual home of his wile Ouisenberry Isa M Wilkerson Annie up 5000 yet he ought to pay out dol- Â¬ Senior and Rebecca Wilson Mt Sterling lecypand has entered upon the dls lar far dollar and have something left cIiJFe of his official duties He suc were among the number of charming Church Dedication young ladies who attended the picnic The handsome church building erect- Â¬ A number of guests are at that deÂ¬ cejs Mr James Tevis and can usu Miss of Christ friends inLizzie Bennett entertained her lightful old summer resort Estill nljfbe found at the Richmond Mills ed by the congregation a charming way at the home of are cood selections Spring- - Its water cant be beat any Â¬ Tjpse and Church Protestant Episcopal on Lan- Â¬ her grand father Mr Samuel Bennett Sr tiff Citys business will progress as caster Avenue this place was conse- Â¬ Foxtown on last Saturday eening where dancing ljio change had been made Thegeu crated on last Sunday June 19th by Music features and a delightful lunch were of the TJ Million and S A Deatherage tlnen who have gone out of office Bishop Thomas U Dudley of Louis- Â¬ was complimentary evening The party to Miss Helm of sold to Chas Clarke for Cincinnati dfccharged their duties faithfully ville assisted by the Rector Rev Win Eli7abcthtown and Miss Raymond of partie 3K hogs average weight 240 Y Sheppard of this place Rev Mr Ohio See Thf Pfograhu pounds at S4G0 Sneed of Mt Sterling Rev Mr Lock Mrs R C Stockton entertained at her 2 The Kentucky Chautauqua Assem wood of Realty ville and Rev Mr delightful home Miller place Lancaster Mrs Betlie Green was rittacked bly to be held at Woodlaud Park Lex Â¬ Barnes of Louisville The ministers Acnue on last Friday night complimen- Â¬ FoHed Angus cow in Col C R Estill1 ington June 28 to July 8 promises to robed In white aud preceded by the tary to her niece Miss Ada Nuckols of Versailles The yard was illuminated yard one day last week and painfull be an educational event of much im church officers Messrs J Stone Wal- Â¬ with Chinese lanterns and a string band though not seriously bruised ortance a move in the right direc- Â¬ ker W R McDowell A J Reed and furnished the music Dancing and a nice tion We most heartily commend it A F B Crooke entered the church at 11 lunch aided in whiling away the happy Mr Harvey McDowell son of Mrs J P Herndon Mrs R R jute h Jiiim 11 McDowell lias e- - review of tlie program caii not fail to be oclock and iu the presence of tlie con Â¬ hours Burnam Miss Nettie Stockton and Mi s come aitanteditorofthe Register id of interest to very many of our readers gregation the deed to the property was Pattie Miller assisted Mrs Stockton in re Program giving full information as read as required by the regulations of cei ing we predict for him a prosperous ca to each day entertainment may be the church Relative to a former citizen of Rich- Â¬ Mr Miltvard Brown begatTIasIjeek obtained free of charge at this office Miss Mattle Bronston presided at the mond the Columbia Mo Statesman I ft will nPnllf as asMstant azent at the Adams J press Vu1iiMttnt Ttili The 6th of June being the 50th organ and in the choir were Mrs Sam- Â¬ says anniversary of marriage office He was for several year- - with Ahe most interesting day to the people uel Bennett Jr Mrs C D Chenault Mrs J S Rollinsthethe childrenof Maj and and grandM H Stockton In the furnitu bus of Richmond Prof C T McCliutock and Messrs J L Howe Ed Palmer children with their golden gifts gathered anese and Dr A A Willils so favorably Harvey McDowell aud A D Flora at LaGrangc where all of the former eleven in number and The children of the M E Jhurch known to most of our citizens will each Tbe consecration proceeded according of the latter w ere born the eldest of each Relics both rich were delightfully entertainer on last lecture in the afternoon Dr Willittss to the beautiful and imuressive service and rare were there to tell the tale of the subject Is Mental Dyspepsia Katiirtltiy at n picnic in the iieautiful laid down in tlie prayer book Bishop long ago among them the wedding dress i Dudley preached an able sermon that and set of pearls worn by the bride half wx ilHiid 01 jir wm Anfild near The bW Yet the Morst a century before which adorned the per- Â¬ RichmiHid The Lancaster Journal gives particu Â¬ held the audience throughout son of a little grand daughter now only N exceedingly The church building she being the only member 12 years old lars of the trouble between Wm Best Miss Currie Duke will takeparl in an of singing school notoriety and his modern in design being of red brick of the family who could get into the dress enteriaiumeiit at Paris nelt Tuesday wife at Piint Lick last week as fol Â¬ without lines square with steep slate night to aid the Conferate Monu Â¬ lows Mrs Best as from home and roof four gables aud tower Two crosses RELIGIOUS ment Fund Shall Richiond liavc a a draft had been sent her which surmount the building The basement Confederate Monument up with lecture room and study she failed to receive at the time she s lilted Winchester ib to have a new Baptist If you dont want your utock confis- Â¬ expected it After her return home the A flight of massive stone steps leads upÂ¬ Chuch cated see that they do ijot get over a draft was for warded to her post office from the Avenue to the capacious medi Bishop Dudley preached at Concord lawful fence five fee Vigh Into your here and in some way her husband aeval door which opens into au ante school house Sunday afternoon iieiRlibws prenijies Wee case of Kin got hold of it and spent a portion of the room From this two doors open into Rev W C Barnes is preaching every amount This seems to be the start Ihem main body of the church The au- Â¬ cail vs Teisimaii issue Ou Friday last Best and his mother dience room Issquare saVe the space morning during the week in the Episcopal Tlie Stanford Wheel Club will give were preparing to come to town by the ante room iu one cor- Â¬ Church and every night at Bybeetown in a occupied 200 in premiums to bicycle contest- Â¬ buggy when his wife made some ob- ner and the tower in another The Rev Dr Wishard of Louisville ants on Saturday July 2nd A half jections to his driving tlie horse which space hi tlie tower is utilized for a roll preached at the Second Presbyterian mile heat for the championship of he wished After engaging in a war ing room The entire floor is covered Church in this place on last Sunday mornMadison Gurranl Boyle Marion and of words his wife went to tlie house with Brussels carpet aud the polished ing and evening Lincoln wilrbe run procured a pistol returned and fired ash benches arc trimmed with walnut L Elder G W Yancey began on last SunThe ceiliui conforms to the steep roof Mr B H Neale has sold to W Gar- Â¬ three shots at iier husband which put and is in panels of oak The waius day at Lancaster a series of sermons on ter PemJylvaniH a Count Marcus him to flight She then got into the cottiug is of cherry and the door and Husbands and Wives his first subject filly 8 yejrs old for S70O Mr Garber buggy which heriuband had intend- Â¬ window frames of walnut There are being A Good Wife and a Bad Husband bught through Million Fox a car ed driving and repaired to her fathers four large windows the grandest in Cen- Â¬ The Lords Supper will be administered or horsesjiit prices rani g from 100 house in Lower Garrard Since that time William has sent for her and as tral Keutucky set with cathedral glass at the First Presbyterian Church next tc230 7 it seems the hatchet has been buried and containing emblems The South Sabbath Dr Keady of Cynthiana will window is a memorial window inserted King Cultoas taubark train pass Â¬ preach Friday evening and Saturday by Mr l B Crooke in memory of his morning and evening Metals Awarded ed throivii yesterday j eturuing from All are invited Rockcastle and Madison where they At the close of the commencement deceased wife and consists of a figure Rev George O Barnes began a scries of have gotten out about 100 car loads exercises of Central University the of the Virgin Mary with the infant this seasen and sold at 10 to Si 1 per handsome gold medals were awarded Christ In her arms and on either side services at Kirksville on Tuesday of last week and will continue through this week as follows Richard Hawes Prize best are adoring angels one having a vio- Â¬ cord Stanford Journal will scarcely haye an opportunity to average iu Greek D M Sweets De- Â¬ lin and the other a harp It bears He Gen C M Clay attended the To the glory of God come to Richmond this inscription claimed Medal J H Van Lear Win- Â¬ services of Joel T Hart the dis Â¬ chester Bennett H Young Every Sunday school in Kentucky is Prize best and In loving memory of Molhe F tinguished sculptor at Frankfort ou set of notes on the Geology of Madison Crooke entered into rest November requested to send a contribution of one last Saturday He pronounces the Couuty Launey Clay Madison county 13th A D 18SG It is the small Â¬ cent for each scholar enrolled and ten oration of Judge Wm M Beckuer of Chancellors Prize best Speakers Med Â¬ est of the large windows but like the cents for each officer and teacher to Mr Winchester an able one al RF Offiitt Georgetown W R others in form is a square surmounted James F Hubcr Secretary of the Ken- Â¬ Jason Little known as the Breathitt Letcher Prize iu Mathematics J C by a semi circle The large whidows tucky Sunday school Union which will county wife murderer and who was Bedinger Boone county Curators are composed of twenty five lights hold its twenty second annual State concolors red pink vention at Henderson July 12 13 and 14 for some time in the Richmond jail for Prize in Latin S C Lowry Troy T and embrace eight geen amber aud All Sunday school workers are invited safe keeping several years ago and A Bracken Prize in Greek Harvey blue brown yellow gold The North window exhibits the who cost the State a large sum of HelmStanford A WilkesSmith Prize The nuns of the Ursuline Convent have money to convict has been pardoned in Physiology H P Rhodes Eliza cross aud crown sheaf of wheat bunch moved into the historic Hampton Preston vllle Wm M Irvine Prize in Chemis- Â¬ of grapes baptismal font aud the let- Â¬ mansion Columbia S by the Governor C having pur- Â¬ try first to J A Wight Shelbyville ters I H S The East window presents chased it for 27000 This mansion was Mr Zenie Douglass for several years second to E T Smith Texas D X a passion cross a crown a Iamb a saved from destruction and given to them Adams Express Agent hi this place Collins Prize for best general standing platen and chalice Tlie West wiudow twenty three jedrs ago by General Sher- Â¬ has gone to Winchester taken charge D M Sweets Elizabethtowu Chan- Â¬ lias a mitre bishops staff dove bearing man in consideration that they use it as a 0 the office there and Mr W E cellors Prize for liest notes on Gov candle and censor There ore four convent their own having been burned 71moy of that place has come here Knotts lecture on Capital aud Labor small windows of cathedral glass The After the war they If Mr Muncy should make as good an J M Duncan Kloomfield Jas B Mc walls are white A grand fifty light to General Preston returned the property and now again take agent as Mr- - Douglass hell do well chandelier of burnished brass with im- Â¬ possession by purchase Creary Prize for the best Essay In the itation candles iu porcelain was pre- Â¬ Mrs Atlautis Miss Bessie McDowell Rich- Â¬ Commissioner Tlie School The sented by Dr J I Ashbaugh mond Amanda T Million has ended the MATRIMONIAL altar aud chancel railing exquisite in 0I100I Trustee trouble In Richmond by A Great Day for the Odd Fellows design were presented by the children appointing Messrs Henry Hargis and Old Dan Rice the famous circus man Yesterday the day set apart for the of the Sunday school The building W B White Dr Frazee and Mr third annual State Celebration of the is an exceedingly handsome one and so well known in Richmond has married Rowland withdrew and Mr Sullivan Odd Fellows dawned bright and beau- Â¬ is a monument to the Rector and those Mrs W C Robinson the richest person refused to qualify thus leaving the tiful Richmond was profusely deco- Â¬ members of the congregation who so in Lavassa county Texas two vacancies which were tilled chief rated with flags aud other evidences of nobly assisted in its production Miss Mary L Maddox of Lawrence- Â¬ The Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday appreciation aud the entire town and of whom wta Mr J Stoue Walker burg and Judge Buckler of El Paso Ter says Detectives arrested D A Craft couuty seemed to have turned out were married at the Christian church at a brakeman on the Kentucky Central The Odd Fellows of Richmond aud PERSONAL Lawrenceburg The couple will take a Rrailroad ou charge of forgery Craft vicinity evidently did their duty bridal tour to San Francisco They will forged an order for 5185 the amount in working up the burgoo and picnic Col O H Chenault is at Estill Springs make thcirhomc at El Paso due Jack Perkins another brakeman The trains from Lancaster Stanford Mr of EllistonTaivdl Miis Margie Glass is home from school Tlie order was paid by the paymaster Livingston and other places were at Danville cuwry m ivicnmona were miss ixannic in Covington Tlie forgery was dis Â¬ crowded and four special trains from r arricd at the home of the brides mother covered when Perkins applied for his Winchester Mt Sterling Lexiugtou Rev lid A iSurnam is at home fromii -I Irs Susan Tane Embry Silver Creeki money He spent all of the money Paris aud other places were filled even vtrtur in Vircrinm except12 and 150 he paid for a sliver to standing room Richmond has not Miss Allic Dunn of Danville is visitin niauiuil liming riy uu if cuncauajTj Rev JohnR Jarries June ith 1S87 watch and chain Craft is 27 years of for many a day seen sucji n crowd At Mrs J Speed Smith officiated 11 age cock the procession was formed Professor Henry of Central University witjli orators aud Grand Lodge officers went to Ohio last week r Squire turner and Miss tmily Xotiee Carriages Mr T J Adkins of Pa in Barnes were married at Mt Sterling on Madam Louis is organizing another All bills due the Herald are payable dupah Grand Marshal The imposing dancing school at Winchester Tuesday of last week June 14th The to Stephen D Parrish and all out- Â¬ anil martial looking procession was bride is a daughter of Mr Fielden C standing indebtedness will be paid by hejaded Â¬ Miss Katie Bush of Hawesvillc is vis Barnes of that place Mr Tu ner is a by a brass band and several him otjiera were Interspersed along the line iting her sister Mrs W T Tevis son of Hon Thomas Turner and well Tlfie Hue of march was up Main street Mr White Forman and wife of Paris known here The Male Suit Tlie case of Huguely and Shearer toBurnam Avenue In to North are visiting at Mr J W Crookes Miss Marie Lackey Park and Dr A L Mrs Wm Willcerson of Lexington is against Harber was decided in Com Â¬ ai ound through Aspen Road to Main Norfleet will be married at Liberty Mo visiting her aunt Mrs W w i igg mon Pleas Court last week In favor of oijt Main to Estill Avenue and thence the home of bride this evening June plaintiffs The mule was bought some Miss Carrie Farley is in Kansas City the amphitheatre where an address 32nd The bride is a daughter of Mr J D Mrs Taylor Price f welcome was delivered by Major A visiting her sister time ago and proved to be unsound were - Mr Reed Rogers of Mt Sterling is Park who formerly lived near Speedwell Plaiutifls sued for damages and Reed D G M of Richmond Canin this county She spent the winter with awarded 130 with costs which Is per Â¬ tjjn and n response by Grand Master visiting his friend Mr ETutt Burnam relatives here and made many friends haps as much as the mule is worth G Elliott of Lexington Other Misses Mary and Annie Huls are spend Â¬ The groom is a practicing physician at peeches followed Then came tbe ing some time with relatives at Winches- Â¬ Kearney TJo and a reception will be Poisoned inuer A trench thirty feet long by ter tenderd the couple in that place Miss Lila Chenault and Miss Lula case hree wide and deep bad roasted 22 A seusatlonalntl probably fatal Mr J H Green and Miss Jennie Mason of voodoolsracame to light In Lex Â¬ beep 50 hams aud vast quantities of Bronston attended tlie hop at Mt Sterling last week a couple from Garrard went to hear were countless ington last week Belle Braxton a girl eef and pork There Col W M Irvine and wife repaired to from RiohtHMRd went to the house of a umbers of chickens 500 gallons of Villa Gladstone last week for a short Brother Barnes preach at Dripping Springs Wednesday and became 60 pies recreation negra voodbolst on burgoo 1500 loafs of bread 2000 Aunt Eliza greatly imbued with his sweet gospel of purpose of get land an ocean of Ice cream All tnis Jeflenou street for the Messrs W B Bright and T J Smith g medicine which would give her was spread on 1000 feet of tables and Jr went to Mt Sterling last week love that they made a personal applica- Â¬ tion of It between themselves and decided power to see into the future and lenble continued from 12 to 3 oclock Re Â¬ to the hop to come here and get married They were to retain the love of her paramour freshment stands and numerous amuse Mrs Annie Knight and little daughter a ments dotted the grounds Horse Edith of Philadelphia are guests of Mrs both of age and had no difficulty in procur- Â¬ Tlie old negro womnu gave her about ing the licenscafter which Rev John Bell half n glass foil of green stuff She races and sack races nffon d fun for Mattie Alverson in his most hall 90x20 II p multitude took sick at once and while going home A ilauchiK Mrs Mollie Walker of Danville and Gibson bound them together to a place kept by Susie Tillett grew feet uttracted its quota of the crowd T B Roberts and family of Lexington approved style in the parlors of the Myers House Stanford Journal worse and four physicians were called Xext came a grand display of the Patri Â¬ are visiting Mr E Roberts In She showed evmntoms of parls archs Militant Including Regimental will return to Rich Prof R T Irvine and become green poisoning and had severe hem- - uriii ami iiresj and SSniSTlUta- mond inofSeptemberUniversity one of the Do you want pure drugs cigarsthe best faculty Central e You brands of tobacco and momorrhage from the lungs loang gKue nrocessioa for a few ci II l1r gnuou 01111 1 ou 11 BJ Pinkcrton of Burgin has accept can Mud them at J J Brcoka uinou lueilKh Onr First Laj Filior Our old friend Mrs Qeo w Park was the first lady at he nlcc WEDS BSD AST 1S87 of JUNE 22 e showed us a The Cijmax handsome jewelry bo that she had re- Â¬ fien8 Buckuer was nt tlie plc- - ceived from her no6fci SuiunerPark 11 ic a prominent whole grocer of Kati MwIkou couutys wheal crop Is as City The IxiJTns made of twenty different kinds Orreclou3 8t05 a Be good lected from the mVug regions of Col Â¬ Tlie ujtleat resideuce Iti FoxtoWD orado HhealsoJi with her quite a curiosity in tlie burm onJMnnday of a handkerchief It was of pure ilk full forty Inches Miss Helen Browu will give an elo square feored aul waa useI cuttoiwryitentertalument at an early hy her maroon fother mo than eighty years day TBp CLIMAX SEEDS GRASS W ifBOYALrtKflljJ ysr AN3D fflIB FOUND AT THK CASH The Cheapest Store In Richmond t Largest and most complete stock in Central Kentucky Our motto Best Goods aud Lowest consistent Pr es 77 THE HEW PALACE liOtilE w H POWDER Till powder never varies A mnrrel ot purity ntrenRth and wholcxomeness More economical than the onllnnry kinds and cannot le old In competition vrltli the mul- Â¬ titudes of low text KhortwelKlii alum or phos In Bhnta powders hold only Wallcans N ItoVAI Y 1oWDEit CO 106 St and 70 V Main St Lexington Ky dec 221yr P CARROLL GROCERY OF BASS GRASS plenty of water for rent xou the farm of the late A M White near Rich- Â¬ mond on the Barnes Mill pike Apply to me at the Second Nntlonal Bank Over 200 acres of good Grass with Dry Goods Shoe Clothing House5 OF- - JLJ X JLX JLJJ D ON J Stone Walkkk Administrator Nortli Second Street A full mm and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY HAYS 1 Absolutely Pure TOE TIME TO GO TO c ASSIGNEES NOTICE All parties indebted to O Stafford will plbitsc ball aud settle at once Those having claims against same will pleuse present them 4t J Stone WALKER Assignee AND GET ONE OF UIS Spring Saddles and plenty of every can not afford to waste their money and thing in my line the poor require double duty of every dol Â¬ This house is lar and every penny FOOUg T Confectioneries Canned Goods and pay big prices for goods it wont do in Glreen and Zried Fruity these hard times when even the wealthy 0v iuiuuy xBnsi -3 GROCERIES FRENCH I OR GERMAN devire to take a class In either FRENCH or GERMAN for the Hum- Â¬ mer J T A ICE ItS Central University 25jun2w OX A- - Strictly CASH Basis Who Can Tell The Waste of Hloiiey when you buy your goods of houses that FOR SALE Â¬ A GOOD STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE country stand in Mad- At bottom prices He also has a at the best lull line of ison county We will be glad to show the stock to any one wishing to buy ELLIS I1IGGINS jun22tf Silver Creek Ky single and double first class material and best of work Is beating them all making the best Saddles and Harness The hest goods arc BUY A2TD SELL ON LONG TIME kept and sold on very close margin for cash Kew advanced ideas crowding out the old Pluck instead of Luck Cash instead of GIVE THIS HOUSE place of Cheek and Credit A Ii Science Brains in the A and Ability TBI Â¬ M BAEEOW Dissolution Notice REPAIRED NEATLY AND PROMPTLY grade of Mm Ml These lisle Mercian V w Â¬ The firm of White Stockton is this day dissolved by mutual consent W G White retiring The business will hereafter be conducted inder the tlrm Â¬ tis Â¬ The Bonds issued in paj ment of sub scription of Madison county to Louisville and Xashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1SS7 and iSSS will be paid on maturity at the Madison In retiring from the drug business I National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT Com do so with very many recrels mid I tf take this opportunity of thanking my friends for their liberal patronage mid especially for their confidence manifest Â¬ ed in so many ways I most cheerfully commend the new Willis as entirely firm of Stockton worthy of the public patronage and Very Truly confidence you want to buy some pure uhadult Wm O White eratcd old fashioned sour mash cop per distilled whisky call on or write me Ribhtnondi Ky June 8 1837 at my distillery at Doylesville or W C French at Richmond Ky I want to sell figures FOB BIDS and will sell at the lowest PROPOSALS SHELBY JETT Dojlesville Ky mch 23 3111 Â¬ Willis Those name of Stockton having claims acaiust the old firm will please present them for payment All parlies knowing themselves to be in Â¬ debted to the linn either hy noe or account will please come forward and settle White Stockton laflisofl Bonis 1 HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND ALSO with their tough and tremendous long time prices What is the use of wasting a dollar when you can save it Meal and Coal Pa s highest wh price for THE AIiMZGHTT BOLiLAB The many have too few and the few too many VTc invite an early and repeated visit and inspection Be sure and go to the Cheapest House in Richmond The New Palace Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe House of LIQUOR A W IF WHEAT D RUFF -- Â¬ Â¬ t Bids will be received by Jhei City Council at their next regular meeting Tuesdiy night July 5th 1S87 at the titv Council rooms for tho imvinir of slde wulks In the City of Richmond as rollows in front of John barleys on Second street iu trout of Win Myerss property on ilain street hi frout of Isuiir Mf ollnnis urnnprtv mi Mnin street in front cf H N Wellss heirs property on main street in ironioi A M Whites heirs property on Main street in frout of James C Halls properly on Main street In front of D H Myerss and S D Par nshs property on Main street iu front of M Barlows ou Main street At the same time aud place bids will be receive for the repairing of culverts one on Madison avenue one on First street one on Second street one ou Main street at Bonanza Millsone on Main street nt Gas Works The right to rejeetany and nil bids is reserved Done by order of the City Council 3t S PAKttldil City ISuglneer JSk a mmmrri raSSa m Walchmaker Watches Clocks IF1 CD DOUGLAS and Jewelry W C PEYTON Jeweler Silver and SIZS HAS RECEIVED A 1BALEK IN Plaeil tvircele Special attention given ttf SETTING DIAMONDS VLAi cJJ OF THE CELEBRATED AND OTHEtt PRECIOUS STONES workmanlike Promptly dune aud Cash OaT Iu a Â¬ milliner We Hits Cm To Slay Paid for Od Gold and Silver occupied by L O formerly Schmidt iu Richmond Ky is pre Â¬ Is prepared to supply his customers pared to do all kinds of with the best shop The undersigned having rented the Carriage and Buggy Wcrk tr Rcpairiii ftj Painting c The Steaks Dont forget Ihe place next door to the Post ntliee KicImmxI Ivy Wr-TT-Gn- n Â¬ 1 which will be done nt the lowest fig Â¬ ures aud hi a workmanlike manner Order taken fur any stile of Vehicle WEST Having communication with the liest AT THE Manufactories hi the country can order any kind of Carriage in a idiort The Premium Saddle Stallion time and guarantee perfect satis Â¬ faction iu all cases The people of Madison county know me and 1 hope to receive a fair share of their patronage with many thanks fur pa t favors I am c Most Respectfully A D SMITH First Street RichmondKy Call for Lou Smith P Will make the season of iS3 at our stable 27apl3ni at Kirksville Madison County Ky and will be permitted to serve mares at io THE SEASON or if 15 To Insure A Living Colt The splendid record that in Stonewall Jackson Jr has made his the fair rings combined with sale of colts stamps him as one of the grandest sires in the State To show the estimate All persons holding claims against the of his breeding we have the record to estate of Jno H Parrish deceased are prove that five of his colts raised by the I have just opened a New Bar Room hereby notified to file them properly Messrs Harris have been sold for 3350 on First Street Flue proven and verified with me or my attor while number of colts belonging to nev W B Smith Richmond Ky on or other parties have sold from 200 to 1100 prior to the first day of July 1887 If Stonewall Jackson Jr stands full 16 not filed on or before that date said claims hands high beautiful bay color magnifiwill be barred cent carriage and action and showsin the All persons indebted to said estate will stable lot just as well as he does in the settle same with me without further delay fair rinir He was sired bv Stonewall Jackson 1st dam Belle by Messenger Jr Jas W Parrish Admr Jno H Parrish deceased sd dam Sallle Cook by Helms Yorkshire Vi dam Bob Mosbys race mare by Ham may 4 9L Stonewall Jackson by Wash- Â¬ bletonian ington Denmark he by Black Denmark on dam by Cru he by Imp Hedgeford sador he by old Whip Messenger Jr by CALL AND SEE ME Young American 1st dam by Ohios 1st Young America by dam by old weeper a very fast pacer e bv Downings Bey Messen- Â¬ DETERMINED to close ger 1st dam by Nc iey Thus it will be HAVING entire stock of seen that he has the blood necessary to make him what he is The great and successful sire of horses for all purposes Pastorage for mares at reasonable terms By July first I will sell them at a small P S ColU will stand for the season margin until that time Call and see Season due when mare i parted with Steinway Sons me aud be convinced thai I mean busi- Â¬ Respectfully ness Hazleton Bros We the undersigned have bred toand E BURGIN n the colts of the well known liorse Christie STOitWALljACKSOXjR and it affords All those owing me on account must us pleasure to say lie is a gooa Drecocr England call at ouce anil settle or I will be His colts have given satisfaction in every compelled to make the money bv law narticnlar a number of them have devel and other Pianos EB oped well as combined animals and have mch S0 3tn won tne premiums m uk niu iuis Peter T Gentry Granville Cecil Chas T Cottage Organs Worthington Thos D English William Chicago Rue A A SULLIVAN J THOS B WALKER BROS PIANOS AX lORJIAtNS FGtt RJSfT apl 30 tf Rcafc apfifti a part payment RICHMOND KENTUCKY YRrntKe JR xd Tbic brought direct from Satntarls 4 WX- - u OFFICE on First street same ps U rive itJUFHivi JJair S wyw Mich lCaptSonly formerly occupied by Couuty Judge and 10 W Ham St LeiagiHiry by JitC Hi jrygr oct8 ly Miller Pork Sausage Whiskies and Mutton LO PRICES I D HUE - -- DKALKH IN FINE- Brandies Wines MITCHELL WAGONS For which he is sole agent for the counties of Madison and Estill Oigars a Stonewall Jackson Jr This wagon has MTORS ITCE H Bi Constantly ROOM NO SUPERIOR as all who have used it can testify Â¬ WRISKLES BRANDIES The material in this wagon is warranted with fair usage for twelve months I can Sell You GIGAK3 ETC Hand A Good Thimhle Skein Bte -- Closing Out it Wake-up-Jak- e EBHtfK -- Wake-up-Jak- FOR r BSi Boots and Snoes9 Pianos snd Organs New iixty 03ae Doilafis OT Tf V Persons wishing to examine xms a can do so by calling at my store on i Tate ry iLttoffne- at Isthj fi ssb street Riclimondi 1 iiirntl - W JS- 3l v ZEPM s gpJluf jy KY i Ingrain onrpeta uood to bo shaken Everybody know that dinner wa The traveling public has long been qftonor than Brussplg aa from their wont to bestow approval upon railway nearly ready as tho combined odor oi more open weave tlio dust percolates engineers for the silf saerificiiig spirit boarding house vegetables had beeenic through thom so painfully intense which they exhibit when the- lives on my arms und pegin Sauce for Fish Tlio yolks of three Old Mr Bottle wandered down stairs trastetl to their care are endangered Veil once upon sometimes dere ono toaspoouful of vinegar eggs and in the annals of the rail these oc- Â¬ on tho oarly bird principle anil look vr5 a leedle poy who vha badt Ho currences arc so frequent that passen his seat It ma have been owing to art quarter of a pound of butter a littlo preserves und he shteals sugar und Tho Protostant baptisms through- Â¬ Stir over a slow firo until it rain and wet weather outside but picture the mau at tho toils lies und runs avhay und by und gers generallylocomotive as a hero by tho old man was not in the best humor out Jaimn avorajrc at tho prosont tinio salt thickons the throttle of the liy oafrybody points his finger at dot Those opinions Ho acted as though the world had hus- Â¬ about ono hundred and twonty each J To cloan bottles put into tho bot poy und says he shall pe hung on der virtue of his position and it would be tled him tlos some kernels of com a tablospoon sonio and he wanted to drown week are doscrvedlv held gallows Sot pots faddcr hangs the grossest injustice to detract from sorrow in dinner Tlio boll rang as Knox Collego has sont into tho ful of ashes pour it half full of Avater down his head mit shame und his the honor which self abnegation al- Â¬ ho sent a pair of foraging eyes about foreign fiold in alii eight ordained mis and after a vigorous shaking and rins- Â¬ xnuddor cries all der time und sooch of rail- Â¬ tho tabic and the other hoarders began sionaries ami oignt assistant icrnnio ing you will find tho bottle as good as troubles you Deafer see Vhell one ways merits but there is nclas way employes almost entirely uu to drop in The Two Maiden Ladies missionaries now 0OVI dayvhen dis badt poy goes avhayto known to passengers whose responsi- Â¬ wcro the first to arrive then the Young Amherst Collogcs memorial of Ono teacup Onke Sponge of iBl rob an oWt woroans who lifs all clone bility is so much greater and whoso Lady Boarder attended by the Ilank MtC powdered or fine white nugar throe in der woods he falls down a hill und slightest omission might jeopardize the Clerk and with every hotly following Boccher wilflio a ondowinont of the Professorship of eggs ono fourih of a teaspoon of soda preaks his leg Dot makes him groan lives of people on trains more than any No one noticed old Mr llottles Physical Culluro ono hnlf toaspoon of cream tartar one und call oudtund pe afraid hut no Â¬ oversight on the part of conductors or gloom The Bank Clerk was in such iV The Hebrew Christian asserts that teacup of Hour flavor with vanilla body comes to help him In place of that it is indeed strange that high spirits that his sallies with the dot a big bear mit two leedle cubs engincors so seldom mentioned in the Young Lady Boarder occupied tho at- there aro 100000 Jews who aro Chris- Â¬ Exchange they are tians though there aro only 250 mis Â¬ It has been demonstrated that tlio oomos omit of her den in de hill und tention of the table public prints sionaries to tho Jews in the world quantity f meat produced by sheep de- Â¬ oop to dot badt poy und says vbalks shocked Christian Union The elder Maiden Lady was Ths class is the train dispatchers livered to the butcher at tho precocious Vhell who you Tfcas whose every order is implicitly obeyed at such a flow of spirits am1 remarked A half contury ago in Turkey it ago of from nino to fiftenn months costs I vhas Peter Bad by trainmen and while the crew of ono it to her companion who ate three was considered a shame for a woman exactly half the expense of thoe fed Uad bow vhas it you come here and said it was scaudalotts responsible for the movement I bas going to rob dot oldt train is train alone the dispatclier liohU olives for tho Bank Clerk he was in a to read To day two schools in Con Â¬ to double the As of that The only way that farmers can be- Â¬ stantinople have boon established by woman his hands the lives of ercry individ Â¬ reckless state He devoured two plates tho Sultan himself come intelligent influential progres Â¬ CWWrencofle here says dot oldt in ual on every train on tlio rood and on of soup without scrutinising the comBaptist missionary Diaz says there sing men is to read listen obfervo and bear ts her cube und Then dey vhas a road having a large traffic the duties position and chatted affably across tho says some more oome aroundt her she arc three thousand converts in Cuba 1ofloct Thoy must keep their eyes ar- Â¬ table with the Young Lady Boarder very great and to be and oars open Thoy must acquire I Hke you to know how it vhas imposed on him are Had quite an adventure to day he waiting to seize tho opportunity duous the vigi Â¬ knowledge as other professional men Die poy f rst tells some lies to his mod His position in tlic railway service is remarked spilling some cranberry immersedtheby night to eltido do priests dor don he shteals some sweet cake unique were all trains running on time sauce on the table cloth and putting his lance of Milk may he canned just as yod and sfaagar like a tief dee he goes oudt ami provided for on the periodical butter dish over the spot The Waldensians at tho Gonoral would can fruit Bring the milk tc mit some badt poys und shteals apples time talde is netl by the company ho The Young Lady Boarder w3 all Conference at Florence Italy have tlio boiling point a- - d fill your jars to poacher den he shteals some would have no duties to perform but interest immediately and so was every decreed that hereafter women members the brim with it then shut air tight money from his mudder Pooty soon shall be allowed to vote but not to trains will got delayed ami occasions body else except old Mr Bottle This will keep any length of time and he vhas a robber und haf some police will ri o requiring extra trains Or 1 was up in Connecti- Â¬ speak at church meetings You see when looking for him If you doan pelief trains without any specified time or cut last month said Uie Bank Clerk Sinter Marj Innis an inmate of be just as good when opened aa when was put up some bad poy Thill come to a badt end rights to be run over the road and I lost my umbrella It rained so I Mercy convent Pittsburgh Pa has do-Â¬ it Here is a good way to hang up the shttst look here It vhas shust as nated 100000 to the sisterhood of in- Â¬ ices are necessary to avoid had to sail into a country store and theu his true ash go6pel dot der weeked peo hours of sen The money kitchen broom Instead of hanging by vest a dollar and eight cents in a which she is a member delay pte6 dean lif out half deir days If had trouble with that will be used in the erection of an a string that always breaks at the in family cotton I All trains on railroads are divided dfe poy whas good lie doan1 wast to umbrella right off It wasnt spread industrial homo for girls and a chapel wrong time just have two wooden pins rob eomepody if he doan want to rob classes according to their importance put into tho wal far apart enough to Chcago Timet fi eight ten minutes liefore the dye began to swnepody he doan come here uod generally two passenger and Tho English Baptists show a con- Â¬ admit the handle betwoeu thou rest tho run and the water fell oft the ribs in preak hk leg My chiMren dis vhas a ami all trains of one class running in a great brown drops just as though it stant advanco in foreign missionary broom part on them specified direction have the right to the sadt warning to you dot tor vhaj- - of road Seek out tho cause of bad smells or need keep no look out for was raining molasses I hurried to work The society last yoor accepted der transgressor vhas liardt und now ami root trains of the same or a lower class run- Â¬ catch a train and when I tried to furl twenty one new missionarios It wholly in stables and outhouses clean then iall to und we shall cat him oop und ning in the opioitc direction Thus that umbrella the stick was swelled I sustains 117 missionaries and assistant them out Make things pick his pones so clean as a whistle smell and you will be there will it is assumed that on a certain railroad had to climb on the back platform and missionaries 33C native pastors and safe from be nogerms of disease that Uad der bears eat him oop the tHJHIl N Y Witness trains running eastward have the right it took me twelve minutes to get that evangelists Connecticut cotton together To day I Christians aro like the several lurk iu filth There is no other safety of way over trains running westward Und he vhas deadt Farm Field and Stoektnan then an cast bound passenger train can whittled the stick down ami tried the flowers in a garden that have each of fa Yes Fried apples Make a batter of rim the whole length of the road in en umbrella again There was a crowd them the dew of heaven which boing Uttd hit mudder und fadder doan1 another on Wall street but I was hurrying shaken with the wind they let fall at two eggs a pinch of salt a cup of milk tire disregard of all trains nofer see him again Slice whereby they and six tablespoonfuls of flour passenger train going west need only along and thinking pretty hard when a oach others roots Xefer again look out for the cast bound passenger seedy old cove in front of me calls over arc jointly nourished and become paro and core tart apples as thin as Uad some tears came mit my leedle Saratoga potatoes Dip them a spoon- Â¬ angry as can Bungan train while the freight trains must pays eyes und he creeps a little closer keep out of the way of both passenger his shoulder as yon young rascal nourishcrs of each other has expended ful at a time in tlte batter and fry Eat be Hey there The American Board to me und may be der seed sowed in with powdered sugar and cream or a is get your umbrella out of iny collar and his mind mid dot leedle shtory takes trains and of the freight train which as sure enough added the Bank Clerk in the first half of its fiscal year about liquid sauce Boston Budget running in the direction prescribed 40000 more tlian for the same period rpet potter dan all der j ermons he shall Buttermilk and creamery skim in the crowd last year This is on account of the chuckling mmoderately baring the right of road eafer hear Detroit Free lress Every one understands that all a rib of my cotton umbrella had got large number of missionarios sent to milk though excellent food for hogs trains arc charted or have a time given wedjjed between the ohl partys neck Japan last fall and to the new open- Â¬ should be fed only as a part of the ra- Â¬ A COMMENDABLE START tions as tho hog will be compelled to for passing each station which time and collar and was dripping molaases ings at Sendai and at Shantung China Tlio Scheme or a HrMe 1Tlio Was De Â¬ can in no instance be anticipated ami colored rain down his back Dr A D Mayo says thoro is a drink large quantities in order to pr At this point old Mr Bottle turned State industrial college for white girls vido themselves with a sufficiency hence all train men know where ail termined to Have a Peaceful Home When Mr ami Mrs Callboard rc other trains ought to be at any particu- Â¬ red and suddenly put his hinds to the at Columbus Miss not yet two years The better plan is to allow a ration of jttt A tomed from their wedding journey lar moment if on time but as trains back of his neck old which has about live hundred ground grain in connection with milk You young wretch he exclaimed frequently ami generally get late the The temperature of water should they settled right down to house-keepin-g date teachers and pupils doing earnest and Happier doves never nestled in a train of inferior class must have its in tones that trembled with anger successful work Ho calls Columbus be 70 deg to 80 dcg but 80 deg is epu v Not content with poking your um- Â¬ flat and Mrs Callboard determined to movement expedited by some extrane- Â¬ one of the most attractive towns of usually better reli hed by the cow than ihs higher It is preferable that the cow home happy for Charley from the ous cause or it may be delayed for brella into me on the street you make tho Southwest make Congregaiionahst vert hours awaiting a train that may have a jest of it in public The rudeness start No future misunderstandings The Baptist Social Union of Boston should drink where sho stands in the kena should arise in their domestic arrange been wrecked or has been kept back and flippancy of the rising generation is trying the experiment of giving first stall that she may drink as unmolested and choking with class sacred concerts for workingmen as she oats It s easily arranged so Then is past endurance meNV if her wisdom and tact could for some other of miny causes a QG prevent When they sat down to tlieir tlte duties of the train dispatcher are indignation and soup the old mau hur- Â¬ and their wives on Sunday afternoons that a cow may open the ltd of a waterÂ¬ r He will probably give ried out of the dining room meal Nellie helped him to an of importance and it is claimed that the experiment ing trough the lid falling back when There was an appalled silence for has been a most gratifying success she withdraws her head This trough Itkc opaque slab of something about an inch an order to the delayed train by tele Â¬ ate tMck that fell on the table with a dull graph directing it not to go beyond a some minutes The Bank Clerks hi- Â¬ The concerts have been held in the is bost placed on the inside front of in oo There is some home Â¬ certain place which he thinks it can larity was already two miles and a half Harvard Street Church The projectors the manger two feet above the bottom sickening thud made bread like your mother used to reach without difficulty and he directs away and still moving sixty miles an of this mthcr novel religious service STYLISH TRIMMINGS site said the opposing train to proceed to the hour At length the Young Lady believe that through music they will be Charley make dear there pass the other Boarder said she preferred dark meat able to lift workmen up to ths concep- Â¬ ISibbon to Iwj the 1rlnripal Decoration for 1kw to make that same place an sweetly I learned nil So t of Cotton Cou in solid circle of roller composition around train and in that manner the trains are and the Landlady as ked every body to tion of some of the grander possibilities What are they trimming cotUii the middle of the loaf when we were enabled to pass each other without any keep their spoons for the nest course of a religious life Mfbiigowns with some one inquires stopping at her house last week if you ilelay to cither His great responsi y Y Tribune GH Woll velvet embroidery laee and should ever want a change 1 can make Itility consists in that he may have t WIT AND WISDOM e4e In fact in the above all ribbons WAYS OF LITERATURE thread whiter than snow and lighter dozen other trains in his charge at the 4e Three things to wish for health a world of decorations riblmns nre given than sea foam but this is the kind your same time and in directing one train aefi the place of honor On faiiit hued mother makes ami I thought you to go beyond its usual place to meet Intcrcsttas DNcmslim on tho Origin of a cheerful spirit friends lamlliar Quotation Look on the brisrht side of life ifl fabrics the sateens lawns aud bat-Â¬ might like it the first day to keep you anotlter he may neglect to give an who was the snake Say ciel lavender cream tsls That nice order to the second train mid in such spake ami It spake with theeditor of a cares do weigh heavily upon you and istes in ro from getting bomesic he air life seems hardly worth the living an event a collision would probahly Jlile irrcen suid the very light mode cake she added seeing him thought know how man aweary of life Biches will never take wings and shades used cither as solid eulors or ftdlr endeavoring to indent with his ensue much property be destroyed and to use a concordance I dont any how Where fly away if you sprinkle the salt of morely for backgrounds ribbon dec- Â¬ probably lives le lost c fork a dark brown pyramid of elastic orations are abundant They form It will readily be seen that the slight- Â¬ do you find this quotation that goes on economy and prudence on his tail such is a cake as ooaerete ha est mistake of a train dispatcher might something alniut Winter lingering iu IretxeVs Weekly flots outline flounces and are made voor annt Ellen used to make I got Pre the lap of spring fnto epaulettes rosettes and sashes The man who doesnt know much the prescription from her I dont eat cause serious results ami in this re-Â¬ K IMr An embarrassing silence followed the and his name is legion is the one most indeed they are as liberally displayed myself but it is said to be harmless spect his resMiifeibility is probably it question ami the album editor feeling anxious to display his knowledge as upon the ball toilettes of the winter if not taken to excels These irregular greater than that of any other individ turned on msec On mulls and fine mualius they are Drakes Travellers Magazine fragment of leather belting are dough ual under who- - charge the publie are that all eyes werethe quotationhim said he never hqard liefore Two mtte like those your grandmother placed A pilot on a vessel may lose Imagine a man and his two sons used with equal lavisKness sounded as though it might he she taught me how to make Lis reckoning but the fact soon be- Â¬ but it make married to three sisters and thon figure shados are usually seen in them tlwt of t the Conventicles them and I had a coroners permit to come apparent to other- - and his capac- Â¬ from tho children of the gown and the ono deemed its The asked the be-Â¬ out the relationship of make thee Those ghastly remains on ity for mischief is thereby lessened and grandchildren Fosters Health special complement but one color smke editor alone is occasionally noted aud this the plaUer are all that is left of the other railway employes may neglect wilderedConventicles The Solomons Song Monthly heiocawst that is a chicken roasted their duties and rush headlong into Did may cither harmonze or contrast with A sentimental writer asks after the favorite prert ription of your danger but their associates generally you know thesaid the album editor we you ever wateh a dear baby waking in the dress Soft grosgrain with a fancy Conventicles realize the danger before any unfor Â¬ call them sMer Jane Ami this Charley dear Many times It genÂ¬ edge continues mot popular and long Oh yes the snake editor said the morning die continued pouring out a coal black tunate results ensue but the slightest erally occurs about five oclock and loops and ends are preferred to short I hail forgotten enables the father to get up a splendid much cut up lows The epaulettes are liquid not quite so thick as the Mis- Â¬ bcltest of a train dispatcher must be greatly reassured Â¬ souri river but far more odorous this obeyed without question even though j ou belonged to the Church of Eng- appetite for breakfast Dry Goods of ribbon loops with Vandyke ends formed into a circle the net founda- Â¬ is coAee like j ou used to gut at home to do so would jeopardize the lives of land But lind it for me I want to Chronicle use a Chester County I make all these things somewhat dif- Â¬ those receiving the orders though of item it iu yot something heremoccasia Husband What arc you going to tion being fitted to the bhouldur and that will Ive ferent for myself ami will use my own course until an accident results the tako that scrap of lace along for fastened down Moire and velvet rib- Â¬ bon vests cotton recipe as a rule after this but any train men are ignorant of tins fact that set your teeth on edge indeed Thats my ribbon aro seisin width bodices theÂ¬ The allium Bible and Wife Scrap boing tB6 usually em rou want things as you used to they have been given wrong dilutions tried for the alitor took theawhile and handkerchief O thats it Yes Conventicles Instances of oversight of dispatchers ployed for childrens sashes and quite them at home dear I can fill and by the way I forgot to give you ewtry trecription in the diarmaco are extremely rare much less than of then gave it up remarking that the yours Its up stairs on tho Never wide enough for the purpose neglect of conductors ami engineers to passage only occurred in the revised mind dear High collars and turn back cuffs of vna and dont you forget it Ami a postage stamp Ive version velvet are noted on most cotton cos- Â¬ he didnt That was twenty- - three adhere to the orders given to tLcm A letter has just been disentombed The commencement editor who used years ago and not one of the six young and while they perform these onerous in Pompeii just whore tho district tumes and are seldom cf a diflercn QaUbisaWmC ean remember ever to have duties almost entirely unknown to tho to read proof on the Chicago Times messsenger boy lost it 300000 years color from the gown except whon tin hoard their father so much as refer to people whose lives they have in their said he had read the revised Bible clear ago The boy is supposed to bo still latter is of cream rose rr some faint the doughnuts his grandmother used control anil therefore never receive through and was positive tho quota alive and slowly wandering along in shade and then a deeper tono of the to make when he was a boy littrtlelle thcmced of praise due them travelers tatiou wasnt from the Bible at all same or black oc brown velvet is chosen The young man wlio does the book the direction of the house at which tho A faint heliotropo sateen will have ought at loast be made acquainted with in Brvokyn Eagle letter was to be delivered Burdette Thats thuir duties and the important part notices said it was from Pope oither royal purple brown or green It Matters Much they play in the raptd and safe move-Â¬ what made me think it was in the velvet collar and cuffs a rose may have Smarter Than He Looked It matters Utile where I was born Bible said the snake editor hut ment of passengers 1hiladelptua garnot olive or dark bluo a ciel may Or whether my parents were rich or poor The swart young clerk who tried to Times which Pope was it Theres morn a Whether they lelt the cold worlds scorn havo dark blue prune or garnet whilo raiae a laugh at the exieneeof aooun huiMlred of cm isnt tliere Or walked in the pride ot wealth secure a mode may have goldcu brown olive Discouraging Information lint whether I lite an honest man try u iinin illustrated the truth of the Th i art editor who had twice gone dcop heliotrope or absinthe And hold integrity firm in my clutch old aphorism in regard to looks boing A young man who went to the West abroad with Crooks excursions said I tell yen my brother plain as I can The striped and plaidcd cottons ait lie received his lcs-- filled with enthusiasm and a desire to he never saw the quotation in any of vary deceptive It matters much usually self trimmed though velvet Â¬ It is not what a man has soon but collar ami cuffs are always allowable grow up with the country surprised the European libraries and the obituee that country cousin over thore his frionds by returning home after an ary editor said ho never run across it what he has read that makes him As tliese gowns aro for morning and by the merer inquired a Harlem clerk absence of but three weeks in his reading It was the general learned It is hotter to know one great house wear they look best when simph of anoUtei as a rural appearing custo He said that while he was out land opinion of the convention that the re-Â¬ mind than it is to visit throe groat completed the combination of plait mor tmtored and glanced curiously hunting in what he thought was the mark was not a quotation at all but countries Tho wisdom wo got from and fancy materials being in many ir about the store nuMMT garden spot of America he came across was original with the snake editor books broadens tho mind tho experi- Â¬ stances a decoration iu itself Von YosIsehm What of it a boarded up claim shanty On the This eontplimeht the snake editor mod- Â¬ ence wo derive from travol sharpons often tho plain goods will bo made sub- Â¬ Wateh me take him down Say boards nailed across the door he found estly albeit rather feebly attempted tho wits servient to the fancy fabric except Hi lift miotor the cute clerk continued ad tliis inscription which explained his to deny I know he said I have An Absurd Proposition Lily Sec when a bizarre contrast would result Ootirt drwMetug the supposed greenhorn Â¬ seen that sentence iu print some- retary of tho Cooking Class How and in this way many unique offbets departure for the East Uirday we dont keep whfeky where girls wovo learned nino cakes two aro obtained Fore miles from a naybur A remarkable pretty TlVall sonny all Ive got ter say is Hero it is shouted the accident kinds of angol food and sovon pios costumn is of pale pink gingham f Tr Sixteen miles from a postoGs U save you a pile of travl cf wore that Jfd editor I know I had seen it too but What next Susio engaged Twonty fivc miles from a raleroad Dioks showing an inoh whle stripe formed of for the life of mc I couldnt tell where oight jw M was the prompt roply fnthor says I must loam to make bread A hundred and atcy from timber sovoral hair liues of white Tho skirt Here it is Broad 260 foot from wateu Indignant Chorus Absurd is quite plain but its graceful hanging i and And ho held up n copy of tho Cider What aro bakers for Pittsburgh Bul- gives it a smart air Tho lalAier is Theres no jdaco like home Wovo oseenti On the Fast Train gone East to spend the winter with my YaOey lUadutm and pointed to the letin round in outline but very Ions tho r at nips local column Youths Companion Excuse mo sir said a young plaits that confines the fulness being Look heresftid a traveling man to wifes folks for nob m April days man nudging a follow p songcr in a laid from the waist down rather thau at tho conductor as he passed through ot tools A Little Ones Complaint Cold nights Youve made a mis back drapery is Chicago car ywi have a apock of soot the side Tho tho train Burn your rubbish on tho end of your nose In Maxio was tho little round effect but tnkfc Thats also the oh Dont ehftnge your flannels been thoro for eighteen ypars replied very full and at each side it is daughter of a clorgyman who had fill what way Prime mess mackerel at Haddocks the passongor jjoctof You toW mo when I got on that takon great pains with her religious in- Â¬ Its a peculiar kind arranged in coseade fashion showing ate avcj of a mole and you aro tho ninth man nu underfacing of plain i oso gingham thfe was a fast train I novor traveled struction and had held before her the to ask me to sponge that noso since The bodice is of the rounding shape goodness of tho Supreme Being so that Winter lingering in the lap of spring so mow in my lite e Re A good deal of quiet followed this breakfast this morning As a rule the and is smooth and plain in the back I assure you that what I told you she should have in her mind always afipegpi plaited plastron that gives but has was correct This is one of the fastest His kindness ami mercy as well as rovelation The snake editor was the avorage is about twolvc a day loan first to speak Well he saia thats One morning her mother power A witnoss who was called to prove a graesfid fulness iu front Tbo high mine on the road Well come to think of it I guoss passing the open door of the room in it I remember now I was reading the correctness of a doctors bill was collar and the quaint oaffs aro of the that voure right Youve no objection to which the child wa playing saw Miss seen paper yesterday and I must have asked if tho doctor did not make sever- Â¬ plain goods and a fold of olive ribbon it there but I was sure I liad read al unnecessary visits did not continue isthoir finish A olustar of olivo rib- Â¬ Maxie standing on a chair before the my going back to the rear platform and mirror with her face close to it scru- Â¬ that very thing a thousand limit haj oyou his professional calls after the patient bon loops and ends is at one side an And the commencement editor sat was entirely out of danger To which falls far down to tho skirt whilo tin Ko sir But what do you want out tinizing her little phiz with great earn- Â¬ bolt that confines tho round bodice isol estness and with s long sigh she re- Â¬ down and wrote a long and confused li- he replied after a littlo reflection 1 tbewf I dont see how God could able article onunconscious cerebra Â¬ Woll no Tho fact is you sco the olive ribbon with a buckle The hat is 1 want to see what the blamed marked ana t liurdelt pationt wouldnt bo entirely out of a turbau of light straw and tho trim- Â¬ have given me such a nose when He tion and latent impressions Merchant Traveier thing is fast to ud Irnews how particular I am Harpers in Broth yn Eagle dangor as long as tlio doctor kopt visit ming is provided b- - olive velvet and unateti AKH T 1 fMH rAi la A will lirusAf Magazine pink crush roses By tho judioious use iughim N Y Ledger m lie was 11m nvL iuir uovx r wv - Hu w Plantation Philosophy of ribbon and velvet ono may impart msvv C5 Parafine dhould to a very inexpensive gown the caecl A Careful Calculation coautry A belief that they above the temperaturenever be heated De ignunt man no matter et he has of distinguishing tho toilettes of famous istestnags- lns always been at hightr temperature boiling water got mo woirey don cr smart man aint Bwttt Oirl Uiko that rocking chair modistes is partially it -- it 1B l till lntaliTh Arab horse It is not necessary that a nigh ezmuch use tor de curmunity but Im afraid itisn i strong enough to combination be loud in order to be - Fee W lSit2 ttx tluulif AtMfut mnm decomposed and lie resistance dimin Ever1 yeah Iso mo an mo vinced hold two ICSjbufefih JKiiothor Similar ani ished It is well to warm the vosel dat yer daring the deft mingling of two us kafut guago do ccrii o ot Furniture Man No miss those usual tints is sometimes 03 quiet ef- Â¬ can keep up containing it by moans of a water bath man by whut httsays Do haug soucah S oauuttloNaml in Xi rntioas haa any othor in tho seme wnj glue Is usually heated jtetez loud won ho aint lurrtezwon chairs aro very frail but I thought you fect as it is smart rn said youAVoro engaging furniture in In an ordfiiitry glue pot Botton inhere else -- Braids aro in vogue but inoro decid- Â¬ he is advance so as to got my bnrgain Budget edly on coats and wraps than on gowns Jo man whut hns4f mos Mens is prices ISome short coats aro entirely covered of extermination is being Another exanuslc of a rise in tht de man whut uSjcs ism de loast De S Q I am Woro not rping to a the English sparrow in value of a picture b the prca paid for only way ter liab cr nice coat for Sun- - housekeeping for six or eight months with braid and appear to bo mado of gray Y They tre thot by tlio The Horse Fair painted by Rosa day is not ter ivar it mon oncoci F M Six or eight rmJrths after some novol cloth In mode jackets holiotii w and nbsintho thes tld lo provision dealers at Bonhcnr at llm racnt Stf wirt sde week- - Arkansaio Traveler you arc married are decidedly smrt and they have miartor cents upiccc Thn The pnid a i S300y whIe tus S G Yes bat one drawback Malaria is the name of a new post tliirt stvcn and a hal pt said t i cost hi r ri vrart F AL This will be strorg enough to tlemjsr trarB they arc only euit d -ofllco in Mcokloabeqg County Ya for tiieni for pot vica miss Tid Bita iri Tho Tectonic Sape Tell a Story of a B Hoy and Soine Bear If I had a leedle poy aboudt four years oldt to come und sit on my knee in der oafnings und ask me to tell Mm a slitory I should hug him oop tight in An O Uclal Vfbo Holds the Ufo or lansenger In Ills Ilaiul Eftrj w Torlt Hoarding A Strictly Veracious House liplsotte - 3 tl Thcro are ono hundred and ninety college papers in this counhy The Methodist Church gained ono hundred thousand now mombors in tho United States last year Aliotit ono hundred boys aro in tho plumbing class of tho Now York trade school ongagod in studying tho Dont needed J j I Â¬ ac ud Â¬ f rt sn i6 es Publicist and Statesman Casbelar is kuown throughout Eu- Â¬ rope s really tho most complete ox prefwion of Spanish eloquence Ho currioj his worship of form almost to idolatry his eloquence is music his diction the slave of his oar He says or does not say a thing or rather he saj sit better iu one sense than In an Â¬ other according as it rounds or docs not round a lveriod He has a harmony in his mind he follows obe s it and sarim es to it all that offends His pe-Â¬ riods aro strophes it is necessary to hear in order to believe that human language without poetic measure can thus approach the harmony of poesy and of song He is more the artist than the politician he has not only the genius hut the heart of the artist the heart of a child incapable of enmity or of malice In all Iris speeches there is not to be found an abu ive epithet in tho Cortes ho has never pro Â¬ voked a serious rorsonnl encoun- Â¬ ter has never recourse to a satire nor ever makes use of irony into his most violent phi5ppics ho never infuses a drop of gall ami this is evi- Â¬ dence of the fact that a ltepublicaii an opponent of every ministry a journal- Â¬ istic gladiator tho peqietual accuser of whomsoever holds jMiwcr and of all who are not fanatical for liberty he has made himself hated by no one And with all this his speeches are enjoyed and never feared his language is too beautiful to be terrible his character too ingenious for him to exercise a po-Â¬ He does not know litical influence liow to fence to plot to trim his sails he it fitted only to please and to shine His eloquence when greatest is tenderj his most beautiful discourses draw tears For hlni the chamber is a the- Â¬ ater like a political impi ovisator in order to have a full and calm inspira- Â¬ tion he must speak at a certain hour upon a determined point and with an allotted time of liberty to himsalf For this reason the day on which he is to speak lie has an understanding with the president of the Chamber that his turn will come when the galleries are most i rowded and all the deputies are iu their places his own paper an- Â¬ nouncing his speech the evening previous in order that ladies may be able to provide themselves with tickets He has need of this excite- Â¬ ment Before speaking he is uneasy aud can not remain still for an instant He enters the Chamber leaves it re- Â¬ enters turns togo ont takes the round of the corridcrs and library where he turns over the leaves of a volume in a word he is in a fever of excitement It seems to him as if he could not utter a syllable that lie must excite ridicule and lie hissed In his mind no longer remains a single lucid idea of his speech ever- - thing is confused everyHow is your pulse thing forgotten his friends inquire of him with a smile The supremo moment arrived he springs to the Hoot with head bent pale and trembling like a criminal about to be executed resigned to lose in 1 single moment the glory acquired through so many years ami with such indefatigable labor At this install an enemy even would compassionate hirt condition He rises throws a rapid Sena- Â¬ glance around him ami speaks He is safe hie courage is re- Â¬ tor stored to him his brains is again un Â¬ clouded his speech rearranges itself in his mind like a ktug forgotten melody Thij president the Cortes the galleries disappear he seen only his gestures hears only his own voice feel but the irresistible flame that enkindles the force of his own matchless eloquence It is beautiful to hear him say of himself I do not see th walls of the apart Â¬ ment even I behold distant htntU and peoples which I have never seen He speaks for hours together before and not a Deputy hares the hall not a voice interrupts not a movement dis Â¬ tracts him Not even when he violates Parliamentary rulo has the president the courage to interrupt him Clad in robes of daiuling whiteness and crowned with roses lie portrays at will the image of the Republic ami mon archiota do not venture to protest for thus arrayed they oven find her ill Castelar is lord of the assembly He Hashes ami fulminates scintillates and lieams like a feu dartitice he pro Â¬ vokes a smile or he calls forth enthusi- stic shouts ending in the midst of an outburst of applause ami vanishing from the Chamber with his head in the clouds Such is thi famous Castelar professor of history in the University a most prolific writer on politics art ami religion a publicist who draws from American journals ten thousand dollar yearly ait academician uuani Liously elected by the Spanish Acad- Â¬ emy pointed out in thoroughfares feted by the populace loved by even his opponents a young man poli dicd generous a little rain and a favorite of fortune Edwards Amices AND JUDY The Original Version at a Story Fhinlllar In Jtany Ijindj The romantic story of Punch and Judy is in its original form as follows Mr Punch a gentleman of great perÂ¬ sonal attraction is married to Miss Judy by whom he has a lovely daugh- Â¬ ter To the baby no name is given in the piece the infant being too young In a fit cf horrid to be christened and demoniac jealously Mr Punch like a second Zellieo strangles his beautiful offspring Just as he has completed his dreadful purpose Mrs Punch enters witnesses the brutal havoc ami exit screaming she soon returns however armed with a blud- Â¬ geon and applies it to her husbands head which to the wood returns a Exasperated by jeal- Â¬ wooden sound ousy and rago Mr Punch seizes an- Â¬ other bludgeon and lays hor prostrato at his fret thon seising the murdered infant and expiring mothor ho ilings them both out of the window into tho PUNCH Im Picture or the lamons SpanliUOrator Material Vtotcm JIado b Jleprejenta tlvcs of tho Colored Itace John W Cromwell a nugro journal- Â¬ ist in Philadelphia has owpHed an exhibition of tho btwinesa condition of his race in Amenoau Tho Oarolimis tako tin load in tho number of wealthy negroee North Carolina has twenty who arovjrth from 10000 to 30000 aauh In South Carolina tho negroes own 10009000 In ChartetoH wortlt of property fourteen men represent BX000 Tbos K Smalls is worth 18000 and ChatC Leslie is worth 120X1 The family o Noisettes truck farmers are worth floO000 In tho eity sving3 bank the negroes have 12109 85 oHtwposit Oho man has over 5000 Ho recently bought a 10000 plantation ami piud 7000 in cash John McKce is In Philadelphia worth half a ndllhm He owns fom hundred houses Several are worth 100000 Tlio negroes of New Yo k own from four to six million dollais worth of real estate P- - A White a wholesale druggit is worth a quart r of a mil- Â¬ ium and lias- - an annual business of 200000 Catharine BUck is wortlt 3150000 In New Tonwy th negroes own 2 000000 of real estate B iltimore lias more negro home owner than any other largo city Nineteen men aw worth a total of 500000 John Thomas tho wealthiest is worth about 150 000 Lew thin 100 negroes in Wash Â¬ ington aro worth a total of 100303J In Louisiana tha negtvis piy tares on 15000000 in New Orleans and 30000000 in the State lone Lafon a French quadroon is worth 1000000 The Moreer Brothers clothiers carry Missouri hal a stock of 900000 twenty seven citizens worti a million dollars in amount ranging from 200 000 to 250000 The richest colored woman of the South is Amanda Enbanks made so by the will of her white fathc - she is worth 400000 and lives near Augusta Ga Chicago he home of 18000 col Â¬ ored people has three colored firms in business whose proprietor represent 20000 eaeh one 15000 and nine 10 000 A J Scott has 350CO invested in the livery business and is worth 100000 including a well stacked farm in Mehigan Messrs John Jones and Richard Grant are worth 70000 each A G White of St Louis formerly purveyor to the Anchor line of steam- Â¬ ers after financial reverse- has since the age of forty five retrieved his for- Â¬ 30000 Mrs tunes and accumulated M Carpenter a Sin Franchcn colored woman has a bank account of 500A and Mrs Mary Pleasant has an income from eight houses in San Francisco a ranch near Stn Mateo ami 100000 in Government bonds In Marysville Cal twelve individuals are the owners of ranchs valued in aggregate at from 150000 to 180000 One of them Mrs Pi ggy Brcd tn has besides a bank account of 40000 r These statistics show that the brother iu black is making some headway in the world He is learning to tote his Y-- Y Witness own ski let A PECULIAR SQABBLE Croat Incitement Canted hj ths llodj of ail nc4ent itiiHiitn Ladr A Roman coffin containing the skele Â¬ ton of a lady was dug up at Pliimstead lately on a spot which appears to have been a Roman cemetery The disposal of the intcrcstiiigs relics gave rise to some difficulty The vicar of the par-Â¬ ish who docs not aitpear to be an en thusiastic antiquarian caused the re-Â¬ mains to be buried in the parish church This disposition of the relics yard was objected to by the owner of the land ou which they were found aid was aliH protested against by a repreÂ¬ sentative of the Kent Archaeological society The county coroner also com- Â¬ plained of the remains being disposed of without his authority while virtu- Â¬ ally in his charge and as tie cof- Â¬ fin is in some respecU unique aud in remarkable preservation the an Â¬ tiquarians intend to make strenu Â¬ ous efforts fur its recovery Tho Iam Journal r marks on these preten- Â¬ sions Tho claims of the coroner that the remains were in his charge was altogether inadmissible The coroner has no general control over dead bodies but only when there i reason Â¬ able suspicion of death by extraordin Â¬ ary causes and his juridi tion being practical and not historical does not extend to the investigation of the de-Â¬ cease of persons dying some fourteen hundred years ago The claim of the proprietor to the body was equally without foundation Not only is a dead body incapable of iHing the sub Â¬ ject of property but to disinter from whatever motive a dead hotly from consecrated or uncone rated ground is a misdemeanor at common law The disintcrme t in this instance wU acci- Â¬ dental but none tho less a breach of that respectful treatment of a buried hotly which the law requires and tho least th it tlte discoverer of the botly couhl do was to re inter it Different considerations apply to the coffin which is tho subject of property but although so many centuries have elaps Â¬ ed since the death of the lady the right of property in the coffin rested in her representatives luis jievcr boou abandoned Even if tho owner of the soil has any right of property in tho coffin it is only as trustee for tho pur- Â¬ pose to which it was obviously devoted namely the reception of that body He wou d be relieved from this trust only by tho impossibility of finding anyone entitled to assort It Whether the vicar of the parish has any rights or duties in the matter is doubtful He has duties toward the boil es buried iu his church yard and he is bound to bury all baptized persons but to insist on the reinterment in the church yard of a body buried for centuries scams in excess of his power The proper course is to apply to tho Home Secoetary for a license to remove tho remains Montreal L gal Ar Â¬ Come Front and Nearly all the t 151 satu dealer reeenv Iu this country nee and Oar- Iv Is brought fi in thotc coun- obtoi many It ii tries ftom the iwMwafi rK The Ber lin and Pars mstx imts semi their country dis- agents out threugfe tricts and rlMW ne of thexe agents meets a teSvi bit fine rron oi to bargain hair he immediately iiib Know with her As a rale tb so utterly so little of the woridkfti tli n jjs thai hmorant of the vstBc thev generallv soli Ih lib ur at the It ii most ridk nlously W H a French nothing iincnniHWH to HliMwt mac- peasant girl 1 -1 talned hair tliat is sold B3EBH2H27r250 ill rf4lfc Mm CkrtfcCeBiiW riteHKij a lT D I OTXXBcita I SOS worm KSLEir 3 HQMEQPATH1G Uh CoW ru-- -2 i iiii Ll llAZ7Z r i vrMatiiM ZT nn TT i I Mirbu Viifltlg lr ill Ovpriwui opirel B1- - r l if -- trilip XalC Ithrow Cooh Oilt 7 nm 1Kili gVK Bw-tti- - I J h unn pmiPittini i soil for seventy ftp dl worthless ear 1 - HerchautS looking beads It a nc mmt rtiJ Tn vnJisir Ml md meet a girl on th rfj4 -puHtracts them they HOMr gn iHar in i m t girl time to think rr home ami consult bar fcin nt -A moment she ws V8 out c tCihoir her m shears and off gmts hair ami the poor i hil return is a wortMws trin i j iBOftm y-t soems sad but swift is I 14 f the ft V1 least hair nvn haat W J- hair has been all caMecfed and Kklght into Paris ami lSerfht fc is th li put through a cletiiinrWrss and a edaml arranged On all hair comes from the head tftep- - is no JL 3MB taVJv ter how clean a neraMt tries to Ken Di H S3 dand M heror himself mora or The hair w passed twaugrt a so rTi a wire net or chain th ytf res of w Lch EH are so close together that the h r themselves can scarcely pas throujiV Yoii would think this would cut trV hair but it does not It only gets the dirt off and it does so most effectual tali Bli After the hair is thus thoroughly cle k aa a ed it is assorted in proper colors qu VnI EsSjassis uJsra ites and lengths Then Mm black hai rvv airain run over and thrsa more pil dpi ya jet are made of it the hmg black hairs 1 11 I Camet f the medium and the show Ine Ugh 1 lu1 I V jdai Inhn -- hair is similarlr assorted Then the Jdealers mix the black and light hairs larai Kaaf JkO Stitches j Swrr together and make frow them differ Scuts SttMh Vnraw Backache out shades By mixing a jet black fw 3t Sen li for instance with a color two Saa aGaOf Scree black Hrbee shades than jet lighter B- eBiAtcr Scavtx one Co ttactly you get a color Gratia ami this is the shade lighter MI 3 GOOD OLD STA3 BY rule all through the diffhint combina Â¬ tmm acron shoe for crarjlwtr tions of hair colors A color mixed for it with another color that is two shades the iMBtnlalt wr Lintmrat nlTrnl H- i- EiClTHXT lighter than itself will praduee a color npi t In c mfec rm h Â¬ one shade lighter and a shade that ap nen He pears to lie perfectly natural If the Th lorncrdalttorVeaomi1 II The hair is mixed with a color that is more f The tbaulc nek R aiagrs than two shades it wiH produce a Veaeb tt 31 Irr we Th which is of streaky combination The l ideerneeiUii course to be avoided hut when the Mtib it U The Fa i mixing is properly dowe not even an aal ala st BwlHMWfcl iHMtt MtM OT f The St expert can tell the dineraaae between ill ill r u ltla libera the real color and the cotov that is the The II fancier result of this skillful manipulation friflndasu needs tt It wRI saw lam The s tec The French aro the most axpert hair nrixers in the work and maay a blonde tbouanLS of MtullvaMaltKMM aiir Tbo Kail roandofacctiIeatoaaatijri or browu suit of hair that looks so per-Â¬ kmguaijluV TaBiaata UnekW The fectly natural is in reality the product tidute tor tTaa iU7i lol hwlka of two different heads Mai all the re-Â¬ Dab aal It aj a kaca aarsaaaa Ac comf sult of the ingeniousFreMh hair mixers - wfca What does a bead of hair oast Well hl emrforo JMHdeaU wUl lull rr of course there is in hake as in every- - ameon She Stdtac Umtmemx fewav Keeps Batik iDMliaa TtoiBOaa thing else an immeasw variety of eeoaoKir ami consequently kinds an im- - Keea a Route HWairat tcry runana it v- mouse variety of plmj Heds BBC til caiaof ridalliavve I - - - - - hltlff Keep risttla fLuy of hair can bo botqpbt as low as icj vraal t fifteen dollars ami thcreara many that i LJi JT yifTll IIMCT bring seventy five dollars For this latter price I should say that the very BETT gAM best suit of hair that ea bo foil d in Boston can be purchased It docs not cost a woman or I shatild probably say in order to keep in Am fashion a Mrs Lady as much to jmrakase her hair now as it did thrcar ftir years ago The Mrs Ladies de not wear near so much hair rovfsjts they did then as any eoe even Mr Gentle- Â¬ man can see by glancing at one of their heads Consequently while it formerly cost a fashioaaMa female from one hundred to one hundred aud fifty dollars to perfectly adorn her head supposing of coura that she Prtcatea Feb 8 18S7 had no hair at all to statt with the Guaranteed N3VES to treik jnne female can now buy the rrry be t head gear in Boston at from fifty to JLITEE STBOUSB 4 CO 415 Vxnj 3 T Xaaafaetaren seventy five dollars Is there much FOR SALE BY false hair worn in Boston Oh an im Â¬ mense deal of it I imlulgin a exagÂ¬ Bloom Co geration when I say that thorware not five women in ono hundatd who do buuisuiuuc rvi not wear some false hafct Boston dipsf liiHcetit gitit of bmhsm Mrh -- Feer huh IUiimI ir InAiM laET ih Wak - - J -- nufBbt m tfiat would LVs for a iVW bri-h- t- v JriMTl llrMHtTn LIU HLaa Ih bllHy VrrYou i lr bi - fc Wetline rVd SPEC F1CS Trr rrW orpiti t 1 m mum we 1 r h--- s nav rsn i n jbpii Bya Hsiffiiip wwtMJJn aifc l isiinianf - p zrzr i ta I rtW erJfr -- rcr tMacili TkMerciiilataIWacw -- m Whalebone wliom Bamberger aid STARVING SCHCE THE TEETH What Fooil Mnko Them Strong anil Abte to Itcsfet All Forms or Deeaj Teeth are just as easily starved to death as tho stomach sahli a lecturer before a Brooklyn audienc the other night The fact is tbatyott and jour fathers have from generation gener- Â¬ ation been industriously starring vour teeth In one way it is a bjeoping to have been born of poor p rente What food the poor give their childfaH is of a variety that goes to make stNg bones and teeth It is tho outsidaaf a the grains of all cereal foods thatQMifcuns B SIWIH6 MACHINE WITH Atetkt df tumiifig Cjlia the carbonate and phosphate hnic and traces of other earthly aatlK which nourish tho bony tissues anifMal the frame up If we do not furnish to tho teeth of the young that pabttffmr they require they can not possibly b fcuill up It is the outside of cock ants wheat barley and the like ar the bran away 8ift to the swbic that the teeth actually myMta for their proper nourishment Th wis-Â¬ dom of man has proven his felly shewn generaiia of in every succeeding teeth which become more ttatftre fragile and weak These iipmir mills in Minneapolis are working jle strnction upon the teeth of every woman and child whopartakesof ir fine bolted flour They si t 0t3Jhe carbonate ami the phosophates in order that they may provide that line wliito Hour wnteii is ptot whitened sepuleure to the teetm meal is ono of tho best food ft plying the teeth with nonrisl nmkos tho dentine esrnenthwH oaauiel strong flint like and resist all forms ot decay If yo cbildron never allow any whita Graham bsQtti upon your table made 01 whole w cat grounC A bolted so that the bran whh mM nmis mo nuntuo quantities oi umm jl present Jo make a gootl who take two nourishing broad of wheat meal and one or bolted HoHr of whito Ni mako by tho usual process is superior to Boston brown b bono and tooth building This out of rye meal ami corn mcaL beans too have a comideriblo of these lime salts and should h1 your tables hot or cohl at three times a week The teeth bo cleansed at least tivc times Without this the particles of which contain acids and adhcrev gradually into the onamel Use tiio or other good soap hi the Powdered olialk ami castile soap tho bost duntift ce In brushii teeth alwsiys brush up aud doivi thainim instead of across or tc tho lecture in tlte actual wonts of lecturer vBrudi away from the and ou the grinding surfaces of teotju- - Albany Argus called and feed so EMe Tho ELDBEDGE that ifea X03 B is sold with the guarantee of being tfca BEST that can te MABEL 1 reifen wafti mtmHA Terntor nn ELOREDGE MANUFACTURING CO 363 and 3eS WABASH AVE CHICAGO efne ttTj street Â¬ tf -- KSj j ff m li -- v Tho dead bodies having boon found police officers outer the dwelling of Mr Punch who flics for his life mounts his steed and the author neglecting like other great poets the conflicting unities of timo and place conveys his hero into Spain where however ho is arrested by an officor of the ter-Â¬ After enduring the rible inquisition most cmcl tortures with incredible for- Â¬ titude Mr Punch by means of a golden key a beautiful and novol allegory opens his prison door and escapes The eoiw lnsion of tho affecting story is Tho satirical allegorical and poetical hero is ut first oertekon by weariness and lasrness in the shape of a black dog whom he fights and conquers dis ease in the guise ol a physician next arrests him but Punch sees through and dismisses tho the thin pretense doctor with a few derogatory kicks Death at last visits the fugitive but Punch hiys about- - his skeleton careas so lustily and makoa the liones of his antagonist rattle so musically that Dealt his deaths blow then reeehred Last of all comes tho dovil first un Â¬ der the tppearanco of a lovely female but afterward in his own natural shape to drag tho offender to tho in- Â¬ fernal njgior6 in purgatory to expiate his dreadful crime Even this atiompt fails and Punch U loft triumphant over dootors death ahd tho dcvIL The curtain falls amid tho shouts of tho conqueror Irish Tics - in Tin Cans An ingenious improvement in the manufacture of tin cans for preserving food is being introdutd the plan con- Â¬ sisting simply in so forming thu lid that it is merely pressed a ami the can is hermetically sealed so thnt no inter-Â¬ nal pressure oan r movo tho lid Water bailed in x tin thus closed has failed to f orco it off although tho steam pressure lias burst tho can itself A penny piece however used as a lover by being placed under a tire formed around tho top of tho cover with the shoulder of the can a a fulcrum raises the lid with a remarkably small expen- Â¬ diture of power The prinwpU in Â¬ volved in tho devi e is that f th wedgn and lever The neck of thn tin on which the lid fits is formed at a vory Ehghtnnglofromth3 vortical and tho rim of the Hd is mado at a corwpond ing angle no solder boing used to form the joint By means of this ar Â¬ rangement therefore the opening of cans is rendered a remarkably clomi quick and simple operation contrast Â¬ ing greatly iu theso rospoets with tho inconvenient method cf opening now in voguo N Y Sun Improvement Pnmmnrninl PnllnrrnCfKT Ciecest inrml ISaUca UUIICHGlimu UUIIGKG LEXINGTON u v ONrVERSHY KY Mnac flm wAoaa void 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