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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iUtl K ii it TT VOLUME I X UO 1100 IIHi I m EICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1887 which support command the man is the superior The queftion then remains does tiie right of Woman Suffrage overthrow He natural leadership of the fam- Â¬ ily i t think it does Politics lead to the most inti ikc hatreds and bloody feuds It the yvoman agrees with the man her suffrage is useless If she does not the difference is fatal to the family I do not say that man is superior in all things One sex is the supplement of the other and so the physical moral and intellectual development are in some sense opposite ami in that is mutual attraction A boarded woman and a bcardess man arc monstrosities And the sum of their facuMrt of all kinds may be admitted to be Hftfinl hot thqfr spheres are different and mans is the rphcre ol leadership and government In the exercise of the suffrage all the bulwarks vhich the wwloin of all the ages has placed around womans vrtuc arc leojedataw Tlie luxuries of con quering Rotc corrupted the whole people Then the chastity of woman was lost Then came anarchy conquest and slavery Cataltnc first violated the sacred scenes of the Ekmsinian Mvsteries before he attempted the ast asiination of the Senate and the ruin of the Republic Eighteen hundred years have not effaced The Repubthe ruins of vtonans fall lican Democratic Labor and Prohibition parties may flourish and may fade but Woman Suffrage gained all is lost like the dead worlds it may be forever Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T1 i H CLIMAX JLllVi A rRINTING I 1 i XAMLi -- VIS Ai ih rttr Af py NUMBER 9 1 2 rUBUSIIBD KVKRV WEDNESDAY BY THE JSPHHQH OF CASSIUS 3IAIICELLIIS CLlY AT 1ALE JUVE 2 1SS7 FOB THE CLASS OF 1S32 OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS A GLORIOUSLY GOOD TOWN IN MEMORIAM To I bcsan here The Grand Army of the Republic has Editors Climax snail ncic through a committee prepared a de Â¬ It is rarely the case that I see a com- Â¬ TJicanselH ImvexHtlieretl aiwttherltriKht soul afPRICE PETl VKAlt Clo better eitme L nu h e ijr ex pent nee covers fifty pendent pension bill which will be munication In the Richmond papers She euulo tliHiruxrii elirisJtaH lllte answered Big vrus calleat atid years more than twice the average of FRENCH TIPTON ottered at tlie next session of Congress from the Booming Slate of Kana lite cull Wm G WHITE f Editors lHHn lwe My father Groen Clay Some of the more silent features lead hence this letter which I rust may In tliutltiiess ami lultiiessof time was born in 1757 cnir joint lives extend to the unwelcome belief that uuselliidi prove of interest to some of my old A life roualit with gracious nml geodtlpst aver 130 years of Iiistory With such uess no longer exists in these United Madison county friends dealt antecedents I can not confine my remWellington U 11 city of IpS than A life filled with kindness unit love States As our prices change with each days arrival nf new good- - it wi be impossible to give quotation tat it will lie iniscences to the Class of 1832 nor even A W Ukes 9 15000 population which can lxiasf A life frill nf purity pxtienee nml filth aim to name figures that will compel oil iu self defence t buy from us We deal iti tjood jtuwls hmI lntli an t Yale I glance at timte great cunts believe the ma ea will patronize that house that sells the bet goods for the least money rrv 4 Akmmik tmr dteily truly of being mttropolitau in Was hers who has gH home hmv ruoiiinrriox in nkw yokk in which Yale lias her slurc lmf which p isilively hevtmd tlie whisper of eHtetiiioM eiwiriwii r people some all Eight Of all the aged pilgrims now plediling thro we shall pUce before ourwill learhyoii land slides that are the wt rd signifies Chicago Time fieg OFFICJC Main street two doors belong i the silent Iogie of truth Iheiliflereitee between dealing with live 1 mounply Prices that with to the human race God govern the years ago it was hut a ragged fron- Â¬ aUive Seomid life Uitoii ntr eoMMersj will b thr va men between the cash and credit system Iietween the right and the wrm way The immense prohibition meeting of coimo by universal laws ami the Ltntral can lie a few lays siue in Cooper Institute has tier village of less than 2000 soul- - Thore aie none over betterarrxyM rwimt the day after day new arrivals at Panic Prices We shall after such iiiuMiswerahle ti raiment sis iwi uther hot- - h in iiI one is pragretc Man ha ing mam ings Of at tho tiright aiqtrl Leaders and specialties- at quotations tlmt no oth r house can ofler s ern and suiMkhtii faes thiU will level yoor he D D S in C MORGAN been tliectitise of no little anxiety to withits one and iwo story frame stores Throne common with all tlie Fauna is alone in This is the mii ic come and Itear the tkes that crowd otirtore vou will Hitd ome burg the subject of Bargains Republican machine in that State and dwellings At Unit tune Washing ThereHte none tlxvt rp blighter thnn ho the e in vile an early m reiealed vti MisptetHii Our 4nek will be rej4en hfc creative power The inferior that will repay 3 ou for coming mat ton Avenue which is lo tlHy ihelimst every few days and respeffuly submitieI lo the Cash O ir stock as il doubtless soring taken in connection of all li rSTOFFItE Mum street over Mntll exhaust the proJucts of nature man in thehearts lias been with the continent feeling on business thoroughfare iu the State whs Yet ami rest tlmt elunc to her for cotHfnrt summer goods and they vvill hesacriticeilaliiiiheanIof jrice- Yi n can find any lliituc yam witiit in Dry mmrK Noth ii National Hank Kicbmoud Ky creases them This I30 years is unr aleJ cans J itiuks Carpets Umhrellas Hats II Mits hlioesi anal many other thiiiirs taio numerous to mentNin the part of the temperance advocates lined wit li old rookeiies Uiilt at small Ane crustiest hi their Kilef and their gloom in its developments Steam pouer eec i fall election will ex Â¬ cost The new picture however show s The lwHUly ami h lhtoe H ot earth mem that the coming BS- XJS trie forces the cotton gin tlie Inn sting j M POYNTZ DR enshrined hibit a largely increased prohibition a degreer of progress never s urjiassid machines the improved plow tl reeling on this contiiieiit Iu 18S0 occurred In the silence and so I of the toiub AND SURGEON 1IIYSICIAN strength machines and all that culininjyin in the the great fin w hicli marked the era of OFFICE Second street over Madi railroad and engine and tlie mourn for the loss of Ihe motherly hoi tteam fine marble stone and brick buildings And they on County Dmg Store Bee Cash Store Kiclimomi Kr Proprietors Vee ROUNDING TIIK CORNKRS ships All the sciences and all the arts people are so justly Tlie motherly smite nml car of which these Cincinnati Commercial Guzettc religion jntri fattH proud Since the completion of the For the f rienil who ws ever a friend In their G EVANS M F M move alonggovernment are and tied by a The break in the corner in coflee in first grand block which is solid plate morals ami need mod New York broke the corner in wheat AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN higher intelligence Religion lias as gl s front from street to street each And whose eve ry heert llirob wns to bless in Chicago and the latter broke the OFFICE Second Mrtet over Madi never before been subject to reason and every man firm hank corpora- - There aii empty nnn clialr In many a home Fidelity Bank or this city Pel Imps miii County Diug Store science and dtscushion but has lo t nnnc I lion and syndicate has tiied to nut do Theres a vohl in many a heart somebody will be fool enough to under- Â¬ of its hold upon tlie judgment and cflcc those preceding him in building un- Â¬ Whose sorrowful srwee will be filled never mote take to comer petroleum or natural til they have to day tkms of mankind TAYLOR DR Chriciianiti till holds the be t built busi- Â¬ Till tlmt meeting where none over pert gas There is a coiner in cotton that its supremacy as tlie truest of ness houses of any city of its population Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery remains to be broken It is not likely ethics lUelf being the same antral law Anil she weh omes them nil In her own lov- Â¬ west of the Mississippi river RICHMOND KY that any National bank will undertake ing voiee of self denial which alco lies at the bae One of the first great improvements THE CHAUTAUUUA And greets them with heavenly grace OFFICE l ccoud street over Marti Â¬ of all human progress is ne ith civilij to sustain it was the waterworks system which I Iu Hint glorious KIen of eternal lov e nson County Drug Store a ization Prapi these flow the corollary c venture tosay is unsurpassed by any citi Where shes pletHliu for each one a place WANTS MEAN UTTERANCES that a RepttWie is the best of all govern The subjoined jilensantly written in tiie Slate ami the water is as pure as Josle FrazeeCHppleman Okotonp Ml M DR JOHN Covlncton Commonwealth ments the greatest good to the greatest sketch is ciiiilnlitueil by one fainlltnr the meltings from the snow capped June ISth lvT7 So twx number v Dei est In- with that growing institution of learn The St Louis Globe Democrat a peaks of Colorado or California and as MAIN STREET K OF L PLATFORM the period named the gren t event is ing and good lie Chautauqua leading Republican newspaper of tlie the city grew and prospered with to Luxoiis Up Stairs Next Door tlie overthrow of personal slavery in the Within the last decade a new name We t says CO each and every month and contitiut d to United States the foremost of the has become a household word in thi The man who can say tlie meanest expand it became an absolute necessity The Knights of Libor in Slate Con Â¬ DR U C AMBROSE Nations in preeent and prosp ctive power country A new name and yet an old things about ths Democratic party is to have botji a cheap ami convenient vention assembled at L igrange adopt Â¬ our choice for the Republican nomina- Â¬ D nasties Governments and Religions one for hundreds of years ago the mode or means of traiiMrtatiou A ed the sitbj lineal platform tion The meaner the trutr have risen flourished and led but sla- Â¬ Indians gave Jo a Utile lake lying just FORD KY licaolvefl Fiist That we appraive This bigoted utterance no doubt em company was foimed a stieet railway Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in Hie af- very remained It fell to our lot to ac- South of Erie that beautiful mime dodies the opinion of many other Re- Â¬ bervice was put iu operation Yon can and indorse ubs initially the principles Mr Mr J C L iekeys complish more than all who went before Chautauqua When in 1873 Roaralsal ternoon publican journal which luck the cour- Â¬ evtry five minutes catcli a car going of the Union Libor partys platform us In all the Revolution heroes were lHvis Miller and Dr Vincent visited age to give it expression notably the North East South or West and all adopeil by the convention held at Cin- Â¬ highest in the T nple of Fame this lake and oil it shores planned an Hardin W Bright A M M D made except Gazette outside property is thus made conven- Â¬ cinnati O February 22 IS1 Commercial stanls immortal the name ot Lincoln outdoor Sunday School institution lit Cincinnati PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Either Sherman or Foraker would no ient to the business center S ock iu tlie tenth and eleventh planks which In a free State pirty narrtc and principles tie did they dream that the work begun the company lint found retdy pur Â¬ we omit to make part hereof as we doubt suit these venomous partisans RICHMOND KY are the pulsations of the li hest life and there was to aMime such vast propor- Â¬ chaser and pnjs a hnuiUumedividriid have he right to do under the option OFFICE Second Mreet over Matli aspirations of tlie peopk The Repub- tions But the work begun the ideai If theie is any one indnt iu which granted tlie Stales by that convention THE WHEAT AND COFFEE BREAKS hid t ounty Drugstore lican and Democratic pt tie of similar formed there have outrun the county these people an absolutely a head of Second I hat we regard the system Richmond Va DUpatch I waul it distinctly understoiid that 1 import in nomenclature and near approx- Â¬ the State the country which gave all rivals it is in gas works No -- trailer of leasing out the labor of convicts w ho Â¬ un- Â¬ Some of Chicago1 most astute busi tni the only one in Richmond that imation m principles and policies will not them biitli To day the name haii should visit the city w itliout looking are sentenced to penal servitude iu tjie derstands the Ihopmgh He or tlie be here considered A F 15RECK E AY WIGGINS The three otiters tntiquu is heard all oyer the civilized ness men are reported as saying that through these w rk- - The machiner is Micxo cpe anil Chemistry as applieit State penitentiary lo private individ- Â¬ -the Prohmlton the Labor and the world The little Sunday School insti- Â¬ the lesult of the wheat and coltee of the to examination nf ti stiff anil fluid latest ami most improved make j corporations i injurious and of the litininii body I only mention Woman Suffrage pirtie are worthy of tute has grown and expiuded until breaks will be to clear the atmosphere and it is the only city iu Kansas having uals or deliimcntxl to the interests of all hon- this for lnmet praa lectioii My signa- Â¬ thought and bring trade back to legitimate 111 to day it is with the exeeiitioii of the operation water gas It is so bright est citizens of the State and that we ture will be attached to each examina Temperance ell is temper- Â¬ public school system the greatest edu- Â¬ prices They think that the lesson is pure SSmehly tiois white and clear tlmt- - old condemn the present Stale administra- Â¬ one that will not be lost If this be so jmJ ance in eating temperance cational movement this country has regretted coal gas can not be compared to It tion for its mi iiinuaxemciit of State in drinking in all ever seen There are now enrolled in the panic is not much to be temperance Hundreds of luniiH light the streets iu pri on for the last four years thingr Uut sumptuary laws are forbidden the Chuiilauquu Lih ray and Scientific Iiispeihaps the proper thing to be all parts of the city Yet these people 1hiril As a remedy for the present bv all the wiet apothens of tlie great- Circle 150000 bHiii fide student in sorry for those who were caught but weie not sati fied as Col Pal Ballard system Attorneys At Law of employ ing convicts we re- Â¬ it should be leinembered that the ex est thinkers The worlJ is governed too more than twice n many as are in all vvoulii Miy it will be m and two commend that they be confined wiihin RICHMOND KY much Power is always stealing from the colleges mid universities in the perieuu of the few may prevent wild AND electric light companies were formed the walls of the penitentiary that they Hpechil aticntiiin uiven to alistracting the many to the few Temperance like country put together The movement speculation on the part of the many and at night ninety lamps make as tie employed at such work as vvill least titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky all the virtue comes bet by moral rule has f pread beyond our own country and thus avert wide spread business bright as alay Washington Lincoltis ii jire free labor and if at anytime it OnVe in Climax bnlrding S E and suasion Tlie Church and in England France Pru fcia Italy trouble and Haivey Avenues tne principal shall bee line neces ary to relieve Ihe Crner MhIh and SeomHl Streets up the family tuc common school Rus in Japan hiicI the Sand witch tuiis btisimss thornughfares and it is an over crowded condition of the institu- Â¬ A QUEER QUARTETTE must teach teincran e Drunkenness I lamN are Chautauqua students easy matter lo ncogin an aiquaiu tion they be employ ed by the various Kept in the cotinly ami will itirtifch from Hie smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city pui i Louisville Commorciul like other crimes jru t be punished by Among its counselors aie found some BURNAM tance across the street which are 100 counties throughout the State for mak- Â¬ We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee lo give yon the best ami nwwt satisfaeti n fine imprisonment eile and death if of the foremost thinkers and educator The State election will be held iu feet in width We carry a large stot k of best brands of KOOFING TIN ILATK and v I job you can get anywhere ing and improving county road- need be lhtt it i illogical to punish one of tin nation It appeals to no sect no about six weeks but neither Btickners We also carry a nice line of The telephone system is al o com Fourth Thiit we favor the calling not delay your work Bradley s bugle Foxs lor what another doe- Sthmdaiits are class Among its students are college barbecues ilele there being hundreds of local of a Constitutional Convention and RICHMOND KENTUCKY the good a medicines presidents and servant girl- - men 50 frenzy or the laboring candidates si- Â¬ of Deity subscribers You can reach all ctiutig tho revision of the present instrument thev-- stand against all the other thousand Â¬ lence have been able to arrest the at A It Hur OFFICE with C F j ears old and boy girN Boston theo that the State drugs of the shop I will not by my own logians and herdsmen living in dug Â¬ tt iition of the people of Kentucky long iinus stations Rome South Haven by the sovereign iiam n First Strtt t may occupy her proper place among Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Im piemen- Caldwell Genda Springs consent ield up the right to He but not outs on the Western plain enough to make the raee interesting Hunnewell Rearing Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers-- Twine Hinders Cultivators Grain Drills c Bell Plain Mulvane Derby the States of the Union abuse them Poverty makes more leligion in one hand and education in There is a reason for this apithy Oxfoid A SULLIVAN City Wintield Wichita Fifth That as the present system drunkards than wl ky The abolition the other she has been 11 welcome visi- Â¬ which is rapidly changing to disgust Arkansas ami many others of voting is productive of fraud and in- Â¬ IRON MANTELS AND GRATES It will be found in tlie personnel of FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY osr of saloons is a qiestion of expediency tor to till right minded people The hack service is deserving of spe- Â¬ timidation we favor the btillot as the alone The Kentucky Assembly is theSith in the several tickets The voters are cial mention which adds so RICHMOND KENTUCKY much only means whereby justice in elec- Â¬ The Labor partv is more securely the rciirs and we confidently trust that asked to become enthused over four as tions can be secured OFFICE ti Firt street Ninie n based upon the riy to be Radical so she will soon take rank in merit and ordinary men as ever were dragged to the metropolitan air of the city Sixth The past history and char lornifily KXipietl by County Judge cialUHiand ana re are juatl oatbide of Wellington stands vv itliout a superior A influence wifh her old sisters The from obscurity into prominence wlC ly- MilWr iu tlie way of schools Four grand nuler aif party leaders cause us to de Â¬ Â¬ pale of tnVtion and must stand meetings at Lexington begin June 2Sth the review of the four aspirants for Guberforever a crime Laltor anjl capital are mid continue till the night of July 8th natorial honors will piove the truth of edilicisof modem stv le in eveiy ropict nounce Ihe expiessioiis of sympttlhy S BRONSTON one in niost respi- - The iwllac well uie lluiride of the cilizens free la all for workiiigmeii ami prelemled opMsi Attend them ami get your friends the Commercials atsei lion The lootitioii of tlie Slate Normal tion to cmiiract convict labor and their duveloyed man - cqvtal he ataisls at to attend tliem Mukp the Assembly 3Lsaw times worth in p on a legislnte for our interests University has been secured for Well pramiees thousand dollars a success this year and it will become ANTI IMMIGRATION CONTEST RICHMOND KY ingtop by her public spiriied eitixens which they put into their respective Chicago Nows and with a thou ui i dolktrs more in estcil a Kentucky institution of which Ken mry platforms nsfal eaud hypocrit Â¬ Office on StCtMiil fctreet next dour to in education he - a capital of more than One of the most lemarkaulcsigus of These buildings vvill be the rao t im Â¬ tueklans will be proud ical cant designed coltly to catcli our Ganielt House is lh aiili immigralion con- Â¬ posing college building Hi the Stale tn thousand d ars Ss labor is capital tin limes unworthy of trust ami con Tod Muth fu rttie Kcnluckian m possibility a gold and silver etc test which in Europe lias attained an mid its ih i mltories v ill have a capacity votes ami fideiici iu fact as an ii suit to our iu to a ceo u modal e 1000 students capital in fact Labor must then be rl said the bois- international npcct J SCOTT Now gentlemen and which in They have three line roller process ttllfgeiKeaud mockeiy of our griev- Â¬ tovved a fair hennng mistJSerfprllifnted terous man in the smoking car this America threatens sooner or later to a separate prty If it tlflMksibJst in thirty be made a political issue tlie first in- flouring inillL two extensive carriage ances w hlch they brought upon us and by It thing of eating thirty birds RICHMOND KY must be piotett d in its rights In legis- Â¬ dnys Is eaiy enough to do unless you dication of which was the passage by Victories sev ral sa h dour and blind for which they propose 110 reinealy Seventh The labor question is now lation being tu tveaker party it must be are betting you can do it Now for Cougiess of the act prohibiting the im- Â¬ factories two large harness and saddle Office on Second Street manufacturing e tablishmeuts employ Â¬ tlie leading question lielore the people placed upon ai open and fair field in the instance I bet five dollars that there is portation of contract labor race of life ml then government aid not a man in this car thaii can take Iu Russia the opposition to immi- ing 2- - to 0 men each here Ihe cow Â¬ ami upon its solution depends the pros C S our Stale Hence the imior ceases and t Dev il take the hindrnost lliiity drinks in thirty days gration is of a very diflereut character boys supply themselves with all the peiily of I gery their hearts desire Half a dozen tuiite of ti ust woi thy information on Yes Labor has its grievances X will take the bet t aid a tall The from that which it is rapidly attaining Ihisapiestion not onlv toaitir Executive public lands - mid notbe allowed to for rawhone party across the aisle in Great Britiaiti nud the United States or iiUie large lumber y trds are located RICHMOND KY of our taf and Legislative deimrtments eigne rs nor to railroad corporations j AI right sir Where did you say Iu the Czus domains it presents the here carrying slock of from 5100t0 Office on Second Street State but to the industrial population nor to tlie t urches jior to any other you were from Â¬ S0u0 iich and thehu imss they do aspect of opposition to the immigraas vi ell To this end we demand the combination- - of Cn1tal save for the I am from the great Common- Â¬ tion into the western provinces of the is tiily woudeiful A Wellington can b Kist of the btst establishment of a State Bureau ad plant necc ary to comolrfcd industries wealth of Kentucky sir empire of foreigueis mainly German filliped Muk packing hotlsert to lie Ijidmr StatisticLa- Â¬ and moral a i intellectual culture w ho acquire real ami personal property fJood put up your money Eghth That it is never unconsti- Â¬ found West id Kansas City Tin pro Â¬ borers are titled to equal taxation to Here is lie chink Now what in the form of lauds factories work Will practice in MtidNoii and adjoining tutional to cdtirale the people ignor Â¬ prietor is J110 8 Clyioolaifmy native one ballot i i a fair count to an honest drink do you name shops warehouses and farms counties ant in liie Court or Appeal ance being the most powerful ally of said the boisterous Water On the other hand every efiort of town Bowling Green Ky anl the Ofliee In Master Commissioners currency 01 old silver and paper dollars brand of hams and bruakfrfst buemi he tyrann vaml intolerance We therefore of equal e It is not to be plundered office over Circuit Clcrkd office he put up a V the German government is directed to by dlscrh ation arB unequal freight Cos of fivorllie most liberal appropriations Water Water screamed the the Germinizatioti of the Slav provin- turns out livals Armour in educate the f Rich- Â¬ both State and uatioi The railroi s must bexyned by tlve Gov- Â¬ gentleman from the dark and bloody ces of the empire which are being Chicago III or Old Storys children of Kentuey and thus rescue ernment ued and paid for at afair price ground emptied or their original inhabitants in mond Ky Lastly but hi 110 means AND it will be cgreat sumbutitwillbctlieprice The money is yorn stranger Do order to make room for people of a dif- Â¬ least they have a few modest ami un them from old party partisanship and of Liber Theyj Jxrc entitled to the you spose I would drawn myself for ferent religion und of 1 race whose assuming real estate men who have corrupt ion Ninth We oppose the levy and col- Â¬ common chool for tfie safety of the State five dollars chief characteristics are in direct oppo- Â¬ rendeied tlliuient aid iu bringing lection nf a poll tax because it is an But the rhts of jiroperty in lands and AataiilaUdM rmmmmmmm sition to those of the races whom they Wellington prominently before the imposition on the citizens of this Com- Â¬ SPEED SMITH Agent severalty m other things is the base of displace So that iu Europe the antl outside public ami advancing her to monwealth Anton the Northern Lakes c ftPiRKr all civilization and must be held forever the public position she now oc- Â¬ Â¬ KIOIIMOND KY of Wisconsin Minnesota nnd Iowa are immigratinn contest has already large- cupies at the head of the list of tho best r SAfcri noV invioabu j i ly assumed a religious and race charac- r5 tofiaeH IIX There hould be a Statf militia an eff- Â¬ hundreds of delighted places where one ter ell rents or exchanges all kinds of Priin is it to see that thegreat political fities in the county Hannibal Smith Real Estate on reasonable terms ami icient - now National standing can pass the summer months In quiet ice and a Co Is the leading firm iu in this issueycamlHg tit the birth Is Curiously England the country represent firct cluss Fire and Life In- Â¬ army f the suppression of all discontents rest and enjoyment and return home which our protectionists have held up brnuch of business Tito gentleman the question of taxation State and surance Companies In Fra ce the majority of the people at the end of the heated term com- Â¬ as the bete noire of prosperous labor is composing the firm are all Keutuek federal The gestation began not long Office In J C Lytere Clothing Store - v atsfxns Each recurring WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO being Iind lioWers makes the Republic pletely rejuvenated iltis A Hunulbai Smith iheseaior after the tremendous industrial couvul reason brings to Oconomovvoc Wau- Â¬ being invaded by hordes of workmen member of the firm is President of the sitm oIIiq Motional war came to nu trade that we have a large secure when a majority ceases to love it Sms JfcssiK and well selected Jine of kesha Beaver Dam Frontenac Oko from the protected continental coun- Â¬ CO aDesriracy canno longerTxisTT But boji Miiitietniika White Bear and in- Â¬ tries The boaid of trade return jti t Stale Nathmr1 Bank nf Wellington and end All thai Imsr happened since then SMITH after c we do not want a strong Gov hails from Warren county as does W litis ljeen mi ordery and logical se- Â¬ numerable other charming localities issued shows that during ten years the D Murrill R W Sea is a native of quence of Hie theories of finance and erame t but a itrong Peqple number of foreigners resident iu tlie Wciian SWtirage Jjs the moW serious with romantic names thousands of our united Kingdom has increased from Mercer county and C L Hill recvuty taxation on which that strife between HAVE OPENED A NEW IT TRIEO I HE A I A qucsti n now pending Thq jimilyis the best people whose winter homes are on A 113000tol35K0 The wort phase of admitted a member of Ihe firm Is rum seml soverign States was carried on A I base f civlHcftibrr If can not exist either side of Mason and Dixons line this increase is that ihe foreign work- Â¬ Glasgow ASTHMA In the federal government the isue DY3rerev FOR CONSUMPTIOM wRho a head one will is the necessity of Elegance and comfort at a moderate HAY FEVER HSABACHB nBBiLITV TARRH StARKEY I find my letter is of greater length taken on tho form of surplus taxation men are forcing the native out of cer- Â¬ ami mu Utrwn NEURAWMA RHEUMATISM AMD PAUBK r- unit purposed and lest it should prove while In many of the State governIf two men ride of a horse one cost cm be readily obtained A list of DiMTiltTM tuTedw lrty to TsC ss and onWest Main Street They carry must need uJridc before Either the man summer homes with all necessary in Â¬ tain Hues of trade The former have than I of tketr v vefr la fnaf PtftY rg ttci increased 100 per cent iu the bakers an infliction to your readers musk put ment8 notably In New Yairk the ex COUPOUNP OXYSE- Nua a a general line of or w nan must be that lender Running formation pertaining thereto is being therM aM1 wa P11 -nwim W is uwftffewte - Hu trade and also largely in the cabinet on the brakes promising to w rite again istlng system n half century old has Im e trivi NtrrGaMt kaewB pctoni n tliroih all gnjmaUife the male is with distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee making and ready made clothing in- Â¬ in the near future and in which I tluill become no system at all irtiacil Man Bnoe mn r cmr Ila WHSall Ar Tralam of sr s Pll U Paul Railway and will be sent St r K ifev Metab rare xceptlons the absolute ruler The The mere polltli iaus Democrats and botkacaani an lysKa a dustries also iu the aignrand boot nud tay something as to the morals of the Hcv Victor L CotwaJ dnor Luttaartn free upon application by letter to A V itoaraaltoaii ctf no in community the railroad nud agricul- Â¬ Republicans alike keep clear of dis j 1 mak is siinoriorin size mind and courage Ohrrer Phli Rev Cau W Ciiimi Ed- nrta aad l tscVMn N Y Hon Wflham Peno Wlxeo H Carpenter General Passenger Agent shoe making trades Already tlie pro- Â¬ tural ail vantages the churches the fire cussing greenbick payment Certain 1ti ic uam iJuviif t Mwkfc o n kni IM rgkM s1 cac ucaam VL Inline H P Vroomin mr InmiVmn Stoves and tectionists and free traders of England muvJcm ill act tf hefflspncd with spurs his bill is Milwaukee Wis S ibo K inah oCoOt r innerrFartofllw woM OicntnoKn Etc in which you can find the cek are crying out against tliis new form of department hotels public buildings advocates of silver give the cold Groceries j Ja4er and strong for oflense atd defense COMPOUND OXYQEN ITS tfiODE OF ACTION and eifi- v s J LJU erf ked 1 the utfe of a book of two buodrcl paxtt AND RESULTS which they charge is and other matter of interest that may sliottldtr to bi metallism because they free trade w TLUhtA S Dn Sairkrr a ad Pakn vhkh dtb a ail il IPan They have the newest nud bet good Ii I seek at Asiatic silver basis and certain ncckJlie most vulnerable part is Judge Brown In the United States crushing the native artisan by the in Â¬ present themselves to my mind faU tobrmat oo as to Ou rtaawtkaM cnraiiTai aitnt acd a ncti It and will sell for Uftu at uie joweei cl icd with long thick feathers anj like District court New York decided that Ji gold bugs like Ue Evening Post Urge aires in a wmJc raaee of chronic cases rnny of them after betag ahaa3ta4Mc ty atott rT Very Respectfully flux of a class from whom the revenues prices wiB be mailed free to any address on appUattos Q of th tough and wrinkled hide of the bul- tiie actfoh of the Immigration Com a runno metallic gold staudasd The LATEST STYLES- Mr Smith In a practical tinner of the emplie receive littte support A M S Phila Pa PALEN 1527 1529 Arch DrsSTARKEY iu refusing tho seventy one im- Â¬ protfetioiiists like the Sun denounce fipverHLyrs experience and lie wll lae aiidllinane of the lion is a de There Is no denying that the prog- Â¬ roofing and fc c Npfic pf these arc found on the migrants by the Oily of Chester per Â¬ d all kinds of tin work any Interference whatever with the ex Â¬ ASDfllR LOWEST PRICES or this proteiitaua repairing ill the best fctyle at lowest fr nales SJ man is larger yan woman mission to land was not legal The ress Syrup or Figs isting tariff DoninqnitB like Mr Ban- VTa build T3AC7I0N and P0BTIBLE ES0ETES cf all slans Tio Cuaocsj contest will be watched with tho rates BOHANZA TiiKSS tlLK lorljneai 0ai3BatiaTBJ- petu ana au steu- ana rains Mauufaclured only by the California dull tvuuld solve the problem of surplus h haicsoj erlng his Jhroat as in the detention of the immigrants was tolely titmrst concern by the people of both REYOLVINaSTKAWSTACXEKaaifiHAW 14UJJ H HI Fig Syrup Co SnitFranciscn Cuj Is taxation by repealing the internal rev- varcuiars fil m rnto nr c cs namejfor a shield So in the ner- - ou the ground that the fures to this continents CO j ll ii aaw ROCISOM at - us vascitlsft anl nwscular systems man cotitito lid been paid by the Governti j Natures Own trmvLnxative Jlla the euutHiix oti tobacco nud Republicans We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD iRlsnmonKV i IkV v Vj 5Tlrr rm t tomers wewy we uiuian xTVfrfj ment and Judge Brown iu discharg- rai Jtp F C French Shelby county has 40 most easily takeii and the mtistplejs- - like Mr Sherman prefer n pealing the and to our cusvalue for every ilojlar willÂ¬ ands upeuor or onenc and defense THE BUTCHERS In 4 give you full i llTSlCatlJkUKWt ne is the leaner remedy knowp loliUttlesott imported sugars The lem- - vested with tif and we urge- you to irtnuH aien- - tig the immigrants said that this acreB nf clover already broke for the full antly eTefiyt Are situated on Main Street two doors legal ground for their being wheat crop He believes in early kcleaut theystejii when blllausnrcos- - perance feeling In Hie country Is too give us an early call In frm JIcKeerf corner where you will -- iljr hen ildc the samr rink cfTort all was not a to lafd The statute gives breaking and says last year ho broke 11 tlve no prohibited tlb pel iieadaehes colds and strojlg to ernit any prudent and sa- Â¬ always Bruin fresh supply of IlEKF ic vanea fclds of Intellectual laAMB J RISII 1OIUC MOTTO B gscMus poilticiati to urge the federal oman hilMver held the first place And as legal ground for prohibiting tlie laud part of the field etuly nnd part late and fe vers to cure habiinal corislipalmn Incapacity idlotc4 Of the crop 011 the early broke land was indigestion elc For sale in 50 ijents govtrriirient to remove the tax 011 dw self possession and Ingof paupers SJ At McKkbs Old Stand in exclise Meals o m courage in 1J-far better than the other aud 1 0Q bottles by While Siocfiton tUIeii spirits tnch30Iyr mar 9 3m jdgment and all the moral qualities unacy delivered free of charge - BAT11 JZ wiito iciitz anu SKIKISII PATRIOTISM Couriej Journal -- WEIJilNOTtlN SUMNKR Co Jime22nil 18S7 KN 1 the relatives awl fricmls of Mrs Ann R Martin PEGIAI BARGAINS 1 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 Professional Cards SrnilhDTD Â¬ 1 1 J Â¬ 11 inilely - it eMi-tlst- Ilr-4-c- 1 J CALL A1ST SEE AT OXCE RillSSKY OLDHAM Iny W hackelforci Gentry Co T J ARE AGENTS FOR THE Walter A Wood HarvestiDg and Mowing Machines FOSTER a c Â¬ bt m Â¬ IF YOU WACTT A GOOD MAGH1CEIS GIVE US A CAL WIGGINS WE KEEP THE LARGEST BRECK PARRISH TURNER Â¬ Attention Contractors BEST SELECTED STOCK OP V niMers Hardware and Hnildinsc Material -- E T Attorney at J Ixairir gt ZiSSXXETTOrff BSIxIaS COOK STOVES and RANGES Aiiornsy at laa JOE cri3LASTINr POWDER AIVI DYXAMITEi 1 Attorney at T 1 Â¬ Attorney at Xaw Attorney at POWELL Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ixaw7 Attorney at Iaw J REED - REAL ESSATS Â¬ 1 a Â¬ INSURANCE J -- The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest SEW FIRM C LOTHXtX orVi -v REG7k7 WE CM r zTysfi Vg5f5Zgi ft9Hh ftvggj ie itSS4f agjferg TL 206 V Hardware Store WEL gS Â¬ Hardware Tinware HATS TRUNKS P3 soo Atr l- -- t2ii ni Â¬ VAIalSSSS kpfsiHv f To fr Â¬ mist-tone- vurJWWl rs St - Todd Grandall- Â¬ jettzZF ito j - FlSS iu W WHITE I I POPI Agent IXCIiaiOI KY tt 0 u J THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY Wm G KILLING OF THE TOLLlVEliS A BIG BANK BROKEN AND THE PRESIDENT IX PRISON Â¬ WHITE 29 18S7 JUNE Democratic Ticket SIMON B UUCKNEIt of Hart County res GOVERNOR I OR LIECTENAKT GOVERNOR JAMES W BRYAN of Kenton County reR TREASURER JAMES W TaTE of Woodfenl County OENEAL rR ATTORNEYHAKDIN P WATT of Mereer County A FOR AUDITOR ih KEYETTE HEWITT of Hardin Couuty TOR SllrHnlNTEJfBENT INSTRUCTION JOS DESHA PICKETT of Fayette Couuty FOR REGISTER OF LAND OFFICE THOS II COKBETT of McCraoken County SAL For County Superintendent of Schools MRS AMANDA T MILLION i been reasonably plentiful in Cincinnati since the Fidelity failure at 6 per cent The main buildings of the ChiÂ¬ Money lias cago Packing and Provision Company were burned on Sunday in cluding lour hundred live hogs and Â¬ Â¬ seventeen thousand barrels mess pork Loss 81000000 of Â¬ Â¬ Gen James Speed U S Attorney General Lincolns administration died in Louisville on last Saturday On the same day in New York Freeman Clark Controller of the Currency same administration died Â¬ Â¬ The Democrats of Madison county are called to assemble at the Court house on Monday July 4th County Court day to select a County Committee This should not escape the attention of the active members of the party The primary election on last Saturday was devoid of interest throughout the county as there was but one candidate Hon A T Chenault is now the regular Democratic nominee for Representative Â¬ Three tobacco warehouses the Banner operated by B Mills Par rish Son the Boone operated by Brannin Brand Glover and the one operated by Sawyer Wal Jace Co Louisville were burned Saturday creating a loss of half a million dollars Three thousand hogsheads of tobacco were conÂ¬ sumed Congressman McCreary has returned from a brief visit to Washington He says Mr Cleveland is in good health since his stay of several weeks out ot the city and is not at all worried over the Confederate-flag break There will be no extra session of Congress General Black is looming up as the Democratic Candida e for Vice President Â¬ Â¬ T11E EVANGELIST The Berea Evangelist Rev John G Fees paper which some time ago suspended will in a short time enlarged in size It is a Prohibition paper During its former career it not only opposed the Democratic and Republican parties but the Masons Odd Fellows Knights of Pythias and all similar organizations It occurs to us that Mr Fee aimed to accomplish too much and therefore the wind blew through his whiskers In a speech before the Prohibition convention Mr Fee stated that there were those who opposed the Prohibition movement be- Â¬ cause it was a one idead instituVery well exclaimed Mr tion Fee let us drive right at one object and accomplish that Now it occurs to us that the Evangelist would more certainly prosper if it would cease to fight the ancient and modern institutions for the advancement of human good and drive right at Prohibition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be molested circulation Tiie individual deposits The above are sad facts in the were placed at 23S7G47 But that latest act of a deplorable tragedy statement was a month ago aud the a tragedy extending over several Banks exact condition now is not years We hope it is the last act known but it is believed that the lia- Â¬ and think it is Several of the bilities will reacli six million dollars gang remain but the hero and the while the assets will not leach two principal supporters are dead millions The Goverment holding the The- - treatment was heroic but bonds to secure circulation and hav Â¬ necessary Nothing milder would ing a lien on every thing else leaves have sufficed the depositors without any thing As There is but one remedy for the to the liability of the stock holders to outlaw evil and that is death the depositors that Is u mooted ques Peace to the ashes of the slain tion Their private property may or and best wishes lor the prosperity may not be liable The low er courts in tiie United States have decided both of unfortunate Rowan ways and the Supreme Court has not ATTENTION DEMOCRATS m SQUANDERED Rowan county on last Wednesday 0000000 morning the notorious outlaw Correspondence of The Climax Craig Tolliver two of his cousins Cincinnati O June 28 18S7 Bud and Jay Tolliver and Hiram financial crash since the notable No Cooper were killed by a Sheriffs assignment of Arch Bishop Purcell posse while resisting arrest The has so shaken the Queen City as the Tolliver and Martin feud had ex- Â¬ failure ou yesterday of the Fidelity isted for years and cost the State National Bank of this place many thousands of dollars but Night before last ugly rumors allect matters and grown worse of late ing the great Bank gained circulation The Logan brothers two of them through the city and by day light yeswere murdered only a few days terday morning people began to gather ago by the Tollivers and since before the colossal nuie xtory building that time ex Sheriff Ramey and on Fourth street Although the newsson were shot from ambush and papers contniued not a word with refdangerously wounded The Tolli- erence to the bunk the news of Its vers has nearly extinguished the shaky condition spread rapidly and Martins and were having their by 7 oclock a thousand excited individown way The law seemed pow- Â¬ uals were at the Bank and by 8 oclock erless Men were driven from tiiere were not less than two thousand home and property taken posses- a hundred of whom were women Finally Numbers of them were depositors and sion of by the Tollivers Logans went to Frank- they hoped to draw out their money one of the fort laid the condidion of Rowan the moment the bank opened There old ricli men and county before Governor Knott were young men poor men men men married and The Gov- and for troops and asked single men There Were poor widows ernor replied that he had sent sewing girls and lioiibe maids They but no all wanted their money and wauted It soldiers to that count good was accomplished that the badly Home of them wanted to break State was at an enormous expense open the doors and suck the building and he could not repeat the per- Â¬ but the brawny policemen were in their He suggested that Mr way The palatial rooms within wore formance Logan apply to the Sheriff have gorgeous beyond comprehension I lie a large posse summoned from The fresco painters unci other aitists Rowan and adjoining counties had completed a general re decorating dead or of the interior of the imjtoinj buildiog and take the Tollivers Logan then asked for and a cleaner brighter more elaborate alive arms but the Governor could fur- or costlier lot of rooms could not be nish him none But Mr Logan found in the city Ail this made the was a man of nerve and had made impending hardships on the depositois up his mind to crush the Tolliver appear tiie greater What was going ou inside There He reflected that from first gang to last more than two dozen men was a fearful struggle among the Bank had been killed and believed that oflicers and directors The day prethe Tollivers would die rather than vious Gen Eugene Powell a US be arrested But he went to Cin- Bank Examiner had entered the Bunk at its condition A cinnati and secured it is said and taken a glancesuflicieut to inform mere glance was several dozen Winchester rifles Â¬ that the haul was ou lC shot repeating guns and had him of destruction and liethe precia pice called them shipped to a convenient meeting of the Board of Directors The Sheriff Hogg employed a meeting disclosed a sad condition of place number of deputies and in the the Banks business Mr Brigxs most quiet way summoned a posse Swift the aged and wealthy President of about two hundred men They seemed not to know what had been assembled on Tuesday evening transpiring E L Harper the Vice of last week and were armed ex- President Ammi Baldwin the Cashier cept those who had arms of their and Ben E Hopkins Assistant Cash- Â¬ own Early on Wednesday morn- ier appear to have been managing the ing they surrounded the town business exclusively and the directors But the Tollivers had heard some- know as little as the President To thing ol the movement and were narrow the matter down President not caught napping The Sheriff Harper was the Bank and the Bank had warrants ot arrest for a num was President Harper lie owning ber of the Tolliver gang and meant 5323 of the 10000 shares of stock to ask the men to surrender without Harper had been operating a wheat and the Banks offering resistance But a collision deal id Chicago between one 01 the Tollivers and money and the depositors money had one of the posse brought on a gen- been lost in the deal Tiie Bank Ex- Â¬ eral shooting before the demand aminer said to the Board of Directors for surrender could be made that if they would expel Harper BaldSeveral hundred shots were fired win and Hopkins- and raise SI 000- and the posse had closed in 011 the 1000 with which to re inforce the Bank hotol in which the Tollivers were it could continue business but otherwise could not Tiie Examiner then stationed before an opportunity had it Harper Baldwin and Hopkins was offered the Sheriff to demand arrested on a charge of violating the a surrender The demand was United States banking laws and tiieir made through one ot the Tolliver bonds were fixed at 75000 10000 and women and the answer returned SI 0000 respectively which they gave was that the gang would die rather Tiie board meeting then adjourned to than surrender The posse then an early hour yesterday morning By 7 concentrated its fire on the little oclock the directors were assembled wooden hotel and the hissing con- but the 1000000 was not forthcoming ical bullets went through it as if it The hour of 9 oclock arrived and the was a paper house The Tollivers crowd outside thought when the door could not remain longer and tried opened that they would probably be to escape to the woods but were paid their money but the Examiner shot down as if they had been rats hung out the subjoined card which running from a burning straw read like a death varrant to the poor rick Several of the Tollivers unfortunates were wounded and also one of tlie This Bank is iu possession of Sheriffs men It is thought thnt the Controller of the Currency two hours elapsed during the fir- Â¬ j EugknePowklt ing The trains were flagged and Bank Examiner made to wait outside of town so 4 Tiie crowd could do nothing but that no injury could befall innocent parties After firing ceased swear andgo home and it did more of the dead outlaws were placed in the former than of tiie latter Soon charge of their friends and the the news spread to every part of the city posse proceeded to rest and eat din- and denunciations were loud and numner All the whiskj about town erous But only the three oflicerd w ho was destroyed early in the morn- had evidently brought ruin upon the ing so that order and discipline Bank and loss to thousands of deposi- Â¬ prevailed After dinner a public tors were censured Tiie venerable meeting was held and several President and the unfortunate Direc- Â¬ speeches were made the substance tors received sympathy There are and of which was that the law must one hundred last twenty live slock holders The statement m ado by be respected in Rowan county the Bank exhibited resources to the and that the men engaged in the amount or 57080340 of which killing of the Tollivers should not million was in U S bonds to half a secure At the town ot Morehead Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nervous and could not sleep Hopkins disclaims any intention or knowledge of wrong and says Harper is to blame President Swift says Harper is the man who has douo all the devilment Har Â¬ per has nothing lo say He was liorn in Who is Harper Pennsylvania about forty years auo and was poor boy He worked his way to Cincinnati twenty years agi aud got a position as sewing machine Co He pros Â¬ agent with Sumner pered aud soon became interested in iron mills and other large institutions and further along got in with the Third National Bank Some trouble arising he with Baldwin and Hop Â¬ kins withdrew aud organised the Fidelity National Bauk He will go to the Penitentiary Til CHAUTAUQUA IN MOTION SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD Largest and uiost complfte stock In Central Kentucky Our raotto Best Goods and Jjo est consistent Prices 77 tf MPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING B0YAL QUANTS AtootatelT POWDERS Frel tecma Alam Powder TIIWH nnno liUJXtVim 3 gg3il ssiHi gggarasn wwjMaBtai -- and 79 W Main St I CAllflOTiL Lexington Ky HANFORDS whm BEDHEADS CHARM Atom ra C-- dec22lyr gSBBSaBBgliitlW WSftmar Y r I 1Mlil rotSer GRASS GRASS Over 200 acres of Kod Grasi with plenty of waler for rent 1111 the farmÂ¬ of the late A M White near Rich mond ou the iliriies Mill pike Apply to me at the Second National Hunk amazon PIONEER CZAR Atan ClVYttJMVSliiBjM3ttfteW SanFrmdMO reto EgfgaiSGlJgaaaiBaB agfifgglf SSS2 esjmsa 37SS BafiitaWJEN tfa3gfaggH5ga gnffySH W8ttfaitfKssszas J Stone Walker DR PRICES SNOW FLAKE Orcr Administrator lewis PEARL Andrew HECKERS GILLETS KHwukte Jt Ce Â¬ Correiiontloiice of The Climax - KWS - Lkxington Ky June 28 1887 ANDREWSCORegarSl Â¬ Â¬ Every tiling is iu readiness and the great day has come that hundreds of our citizens alt over tiie State aud es- Â¬ pecially ol Central Kentucky have been so eagerly waiting the opening day of the Kentucky Chautauqua As Â¬ sembly Woodland Park a part of Ashland the home of Henry Clay is the place selected for holding the meet- Â¬ ings It is in the suburbs of the cisy and eisy of access being on a line of street railway The Park is a beautiful piece ot Kentucky Blue grass with her placid lake majestic forest trees of Oak Walnut and Ash No more desirable or lovely spot could have been found for the inauguration of this grand movement toward mental aud relig- Â¬ ious education that goes to make the truest Christian culture Upon en- Â¬ tering one is struck with the pleasing picture of white tents here and there rilling every nook and corner aud ail tlise with the back ground of emerald grass The main structure is a large tabernacle capable or accommodating probably 1000 people Iu this building the meetings will be held Besides tliis there are numerous structure ample in size for conducting special features class work etc There are 100 tents for the accommodation of guests and I learn that Mr Buckley has telegraphed for more In order to supply every demand At this writing every thing is in readiness aud the outlook is favorable- - indeed tiie Ken Â¬ tucky Chautauqua Assembly is already an assured success of which the city aud the entire State may well be proud It reflects credit upon the un- Â¬ tiring zeal of its board of manager The format opening was held this morning in the tabernacle ProfW D McClintock delivered a short ad Â¬ dress and Rev E H Pearce respond Â¬ ing Greetings in way of short speeches pithy aud to the point were made by Mayor Johnson Pres J K Patterson of the State College Dr A H Uiliett and Hon W C P Breckinridge At 23G this afternoon Hon Geo R Wendling of Illinois will deliver his Saul of Tarsus lecture on At 8 oclock iu the evening Mr W Y Marshall of New York will lecture on The Yosemite brilliantly illustrated by large stereopticon pictures Botli of these lectures have a wide reputa- Â¬ tion and those that have the oppor- Â¬ tunity of attending may consider them Â¬ selves fortunate In the evening I lie grounds will be brilliantly illuminated and after the last lecture there will be one of the greatest displays of fire- Â¬ works our people have ever witnessed One most interesting featureof theday has been the music Siirnor Vitale the Violinist of New York Trosts Cornet Band and the Assembly Chorus led by Prof C C Case have entertain Â¬ ed the audience at intervals during the 10 AFTER THE TIME TO GO TO RULE Ponder Kl RU2IF0RDSwaenwtrre Cl kt ES S3 P V REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS AstoPnpityanaVIiolcsoiiicncssortlioioyalIJnkin5Powdor I 6Ded market and find lTcompord have tested a package of Royl phosphates or other injurunu substances July 1 87 -- WKj2er opare wi wfcowe tagreeta-- It hwereaw ta r -- ent d does sot riU of a hurh We E- - O IJjf1 AND GET ONE OF UIS ItbascfentificfthtbeltofalBaktasrwwxie I have cxarafeeil a naekace of Royal Bakfe Powder l it entirely fr from lm terra alba at the market I Jr by ta - I WILL-- Spring Saddles rwrawrf ay tar Wwmm eeKja safc- - Â¬ Continue to Sell at Â¬ Â¬ REDUCTION MY EHTCRE STOCK OF A GREA- T- Â¬ SEAS CLOTHING TnY U3LK3 JJ KJJLb UNTIL IT IS At bottom prices full line of lie also lias a wWeh I have analvaed a pnctige of Royal Baking Pomler The malarial fSUes S Hatks State Amfr It Is composed are pure and whoksosw The Royal Riktoer Powder received taa MVt awanl wrer all jawfotllonT at at the the Vienna Worlds Exposition 1STJ at the Oatenrial MlfcdelpfcB American IiwUtute New Yiwfc and State Fans tbnwhnt Uw efjtoy No other artfete of luman food has ever leeeiwrt m Mr amnfeatieandnnt ot eminent chtmtaU phjstcwus aciiutfaU and Bear versal endorsemeaf fro Health all over tho work Note The above Diagram lilwH rates lac comparative worth of Tartoas BkMag Pewders as shown by CtHinical Analjifc and expertmenU amde bf Prof Sen alter ApouDd can of each powler was takes the total trarmteg power or veteia as indicated Tbfc praetteal test lor worth by each can calculated the re alt Praf Schedter only provrt what every observant amnncr of the Royal Bnrtejg Pewder knows by practical experience that white t eorts a tew eente ner BOQml mere than ordinary kinds it is far more economical and teehtea affords the ailaea Uge of better work A stifle trial of the Royal Baking Potrfac w coovfeot any fir miaded person of thete facts WMe the tffeKram shows some ef the hm powdors to be of a bbjber decree of streacth than otfc r powder ranked below then It ta not to be taken as nTent U alum powtbK nu ratter how MghtMr strength Imr that tbey have any vahw arc to be avoided as dangeRMM 0sa ber k single and double first class terial and best of wo k ma- Saddles and Harness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ NOW IS THE TIMS TO FIND rOUT HOW CHEAP YOU- CAN BUY CLOTHING FOB THE MONEY Ee Sure and Give A Call if - OLO BED OUT REPAIRED NEATLY AND PROMPTLY iaflisofl Bon Â¬ I2 Have just received aud opened a large stock of East Trenton Avcll selectcd Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles The Bonds issued in payment of subscription of Madison county to Louisville and XashviIe Railroad dje in February April July and October 18S7 and iSSS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Dank Richmond Ky tf CD CHEKAULTCom you want a Bargain LIQUOR per distilled whisky call on or write me at my distillery at Doylesville or W C French at Richmond Ky I want to sell and will sell at the Iouett figure mch23 3tn you pure unadultIFeratedwant to buy somesour mash cop old fashioned J H T jprfHi June 29 tf Â¬ SHELBY JETT Rom Silver Platefl toes m Foris qj Icsville Ky COFFEES DOUGLAS SUG ASS lay X Y Z BEREA Crawford V House ouse 1 and all kinds of Canned G oods TEAS S W Corner Sixth and Walnut Sts 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On Wednesday night tiie 15th one of the most enjoyable of surprise parties was held at the house of Prof and Mrs L V Dodge it being the twenty fifth anniversary of their marriage About half past six the faculty teachers and many citizens appeared at the front doorsaying we want to come in Although the affair had been kuown and talked of among the people even down to he children and servants for many days neither the Professor nor his wife had received an inkling of the matter and the surprise was thorough and complete After the crowd had been settled in the parlors and hall Mr I H Gerry in behalf of those present made some very pleas- Â¬ I haAre rooms and beds and a No all that the market affords and as good as the best All for 150 per day Dont let the price keep you away It is hard times prices Will be pleased to entertain you table Very Respectfully taken the management of this Have put it in good order Clean T fcroSlESS1 IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR FRAXffK ant and appropriate remarks and pre- Â¬ J OJLKES Manager igB iii THE CELEBHATED ing at Winchester on last Satur day The Louisville Cincinnati and Virginia Railroad Company propose to build a road from Winchester by way of Irvine to Beatty ville to be completed within twelve months after work begins and it is agreed that work shall begin within three months after the vote is taken Lee county will be asked for 50000 and Estill for 75000 How much Clark county will be asked to contribute wa do not know but the county is in favor of the road and we learn that Estill and Lee are even more favorable to the project than Clark There is every evidence that the road will be built The President of the company resides in New York but was present at the meeting and said the money was ready so far as the company was concerned This road will be the death of Richmonds prospects for a mountain road She lias had the Three Forks in her grasp several times but Jet go with theidea that a bet ter arrangement could be made in the future Lexington rested on her dignity when the question of extending the Kentucky Central Railroad was presented to her and lost the road Lexington has ever since been mad with herself and luclimona has grinned with joy It will soon be Richmonds time to tear her hair and groan and Win chesters time to grin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You are requested Co assemble at the Ky on Court house lu Richmond The counties ofClark Estill and Monday July 4th at 1 oclock lo Lee were represented by solid select a Democratic County Committee business men in a railroad meet- Â¬ J Btone L C L V R R Walkrii Chairman COMBS- Born June 12th to Hie wire of Mr Fleas Cox a daughter Rev Henry Clark preached at the residence of Mr John Cox Sunday Miss Ella B Clirlsman who Iin been very III fur some time Is fclowly im- Â¬ proving RUTHTON Several cases of fever but none fatal so far Miss Hattle March has gone to souri ou a short visit Mis- Â¬ Our Sunday school is increasing rapidly Mr Sid Bogle Is superintend- ent Several ladles from Uiclimond went bathing in the creek near here this week and stirred up the whole neighÂ¬ borhood We have quite an acquisition to the community la f lie persons of Dr It A Stappand wife from CampUiMsbun Dr Stapp has entered upon the prac- Â¬ tice of medicine and Is proving 11 success ills wife H cultivated moMcsan and is from Pennsylvania Her sitter Miss Maudo Channel x of Pennsylvania an accomplished younjf lady has opened n private schoul at tie residence of Dr filapp at J Thp bcslUtrgulus for the least moicy C Lytera sented a beautiful silver water service A Xovki Bet -- While I nm not a RELIGIOUS and several other pieces of valuable betting man said F J CliPiiey of the and useful silver ware After extem Â¬ To day June 29th being St Peters day firm of F J Cheney Co I considered pore responses by IkiIIi the Professor open at 1130 it my religious duty to make that fel- Â¬ and his wife President Fairchild offerÂ¬ the Episcopal church will be low a bet You see he was about dead ed a touching prayer Then followed for services aud 1 guess he would have died before congratulations and the company Rev George O Barnes closed His meet Â¬ Spring if I had not got him on the were served to cake and ice cream ing at KirksilIcon Sunday and left Mon- Â¬ bet You know some men had rather under the superintendence of Mrs J day for Somerset accompanied by his loose their lives than lose a hundred A Gerry Every thing went merry wife and two daughters well he was one of that kind and we as a marriage bell and it was an oc Â¬ both came near being out but I saved The protracted meeting at Foid concasion greatly enjoyed and long to be my hundred and it only cot him ten ducted by Elders James W Harding and remembered doilaw Hows that He Pent for me M Elliott closed last week after an exof ten days The additions num- one day and taid the doctors had all istence THIN COLUMN- given him up to die with the catarrh A church was organ bered fifty seven I told him that I would het him S100 all decided at Sheriff Hogg of Rowan county seems ized with seventy members that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure It is certain that the money of the to have hogged the whole Tolliver family him or I would give him S100 if it failed Bank that of the depositors and all IRVINE A doctor in town is acquiring a reputa- Â¬ He took the latter proposition the collaterals ofcttstoDiers are goueand This tion as a horse trader He sold a horse nothing to fchow for it Whether Miss Maude Embery of this place is was three mouths ago you see how he Harper loaued the money to parties the other day for 140 and a week later viitlng relatives in Millersburg Ky looks now dont you as well as any one and a dandy Americau Toledo who were engaged iu the Chicago cooly offered the man 100 for the horse and Miss Carrie Smith Is in Viuceunes wheat deal or whether he operated the The funny part is the man accepted it 0 Indiana deal himself through parties as agents A young dentist is so delighted with Estill Springs are now in full blast The Babies Chy Fon And the is not kuown A man named Wil- Â¬ the science of plugging that he has not Among Us guests are Miss Mamie old folks laugh when they Hud the tshire a broker has been arrested only plugged ins teeth but also his head McOann of Kirksville aud Mrs H L pleasant California liquid fruit remedy charged with complicity and pocket In plainer words he has Witherspoon of Winchester Syrup of Figs is more easily taken and The Bank Examiner continued his bought a plug hat and a plug of tobacco Dr S T Bowman a farmer living more beneficial in its action than bitter Investigation yesterday and in the He ought to swaptor a plug horse near here had his valuable barn thlrty uauseous mediciues It is a most Val- Â¬ afternoon swore out warrants for the The Bourbon News says we started flve barrels of corn five tons of hay uable family remedy to act iu the re arrest of Harper Baldwin and Hop Â¬ to Cincinnati last Thursday but made and a great many farming Implement bowels lo cleanse the system and to kins charged with peijury conspiracy a mis lick and went to Carlisle Well burned a few nights ago Strong sus Â¬ dispel colds headaches aud fevers aud misappropriation Their bonds the car went on to Carlisle and car- Â¬ Manufactured only by the California picions rest ou some parties near were fixed at 515000 55000 and H5000 ried us along in it The j e of the I Fig Syi up Co Sau Franciheo Califor respectively which were given Register will furnish the car icature The credit ystem has played out at nia For sale by White Stockton To day Comptroller of the Currency Friday Lyters Call and make a purchase for Trenitolm arrived from Washington A small donkey a small cart six the money and go away happy bringing witli him skillful accountants Do you want pure drugs and the best aud a gentleman to become Beceiver small children a big woman a big You can buy a first class suit of brands of tobaccos and cigars You big dog passed through Rich Â¬ of t lie broken Bank He took possesÂ¬ man aud clothes from J C Lyter at your price can find them at T J Brooks sion of the Bank and discharged every mond 011 Saturday The doukey was now Call and see him attache iu the building He an Â¬ pulling and the man pushing the cart nounced his intention ot going right to The donkey took he sulks and so did Mr Mary Clayton Black a daughter the bottom of the whole matter aud the man aud they came near fighting of the late Jeremiah Black is about to having the guilty parties punished The man said you want me to pour publish a biography of her father As mv and holding the stockholders responsi Â¬ water iu your ear go darn you and she has all his papers she should pro Â¬ for all they are worth cold water at that The doukey didnt duce au interesting book ble Bomehow the bondsmen of Harper say any thing 13 J A Hunter of Curiam Ill a large and Hopkins became dissatisfied and Bruce Champ of the Bourbon News is ranch owner as well as h prosperous I will Tjfler for sale pnblioly to the high Â¬ asked to be relieved from the bonds as mild a mannered man as ever uore a farmer ami stock feeder marketed 103 est bidder Accordingly Harper and Hopkins were buttonilioltjioquft or parted his hair in again arrested and given until 7 tiie middfsKnd is not a believer in b lud shorn Southdown sheep to day averag Â¬ oclock to give new bonds But 7 but well bet a share of stock in the ing 117 llw for which he got S l 50 in Richmond Ky mi Main Street oclock came sooner than tlio now Natural Gas company agatnst a share of Chicago L S Commercial It consists of seven rooms with gas bondsmen mid the time was esjended stock in the Fidelity National Bank of throughout cistern at tin door side to midnight A lew minutes ago at Cincinnati and backyard House Is nowly cov Â¬ that Bruce is glad Craig Tolli- Â¬ 10 oclock HarpefVvnd Hopklnii after ered and paiuled aud in good repair ver is dead You sec Bruce looked so In every part 1 oiler I hi property for avnn endeavor announced their In Â¬ much like Craig that there was hourly sale iu consequence of having removed ability togtyebBnil aiMere taken to dinger of his being shot by one of the Iheijtato I will oiler for sale privately at cotb from at 10 oclock roesMnu im Â¬ theeounty jail Martin faction Wholl take the bet Sale for0days the stock of Sash DMrpr mediately Parties desiring to exam Â¬ Harper has all along been puueu jni Lumber Lr11ip etc belonging to C ine fi actious and Immediately upm be Â¬ the property will plejjsecall nu J Co Ilobt CJurKe of Cincinnati StatFord at Richmond Planiug Mill E Greenieaf at First Nnjlnnal Bank ing Incarcerated dtsronpd wentllo bed have recently puoliahed 43000 copies WALKER J STOKE 5t J I McINNEY and was booh nBleep But Hop k ma was of a single book Assignee 9jili4t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Steaks Fork Sausage and iyXutton AT THE LO WEST PRICES The Premium Saddle Stallion Is prepared to supply his customers with the best The Biatcher The are about closing up their business and have oi hand over 4000 of them PiSTEHT WIEIBT E E FARM WAGONS lite ROD SID TUBUUB AXLE -- - Manufacture all styles and sizes vvhich they offer at Jr rjrsr gf-y- Stonewall Jackson ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES it Resiflence For Sale ON Wednesday July 87 Will make the season of 1S37 at our stable at Kirksville Madison County Ky and will be permitted to serve mares at 10 THE SEASON or 15 To Insure A Living Colt The jplendid record that Stonewall JacksojJr has made in the fair rings combined with sale of his coHs stamps him as one of the grandest To show the estimate f res in the State of his breeding we have the record to proie that five of his colts raised by the Messrs Harrs have licen sold for 43 3SQ while a number of colts belonging to other parties have sold from 200 toroo Stonewall JacksovJr stands full 16 hands hich beautiful bay color magnifi cent carriage and action and shows in the stable lot just as well as he does in the fair ring He was itred by Stonewall Jackson 1st dam Belle bv Messenger Jr 2d dam Saljie Cook by Helms Yorkshire 3d dam Dob Mosbys race mare by H amble tonian Stonewall Jackson by Wash- Â¬ ington Denmark he by Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford Tt dam by Cru sador he by old Whip Messenger Jr bv Young American itt dam by Ohiob e Young America by 1st dam by old Sweeper a very fast pacer e bv Do wnings Boy Messen- Â¬ ger 1st dam by Nedlcy Thus it will be seen that he has the blood necessary to make him what he is The great and successful sire of horses for all purposes lastoragc for mares tt reasonable terms P S Colts will stand for the season Season due when main is parted with Â¬ Wake-up-JakWake-up-Jak- M laps larranlfiu For One Year The Best Material h Call on Mw The Easiest Terms wagons Pope and examine the Donfe buy before doing so VpBSTEE WAQOll QUEE3ff CO ANi CRESCENT EOUTE AXD FAVOHITK LIKE TO Cincinnati Soilhsrn and Associate Boads QUICKEST MOST DI REIJT New Orleans Florpa Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Principal Points MY RESIDENCE Assignees Sale We the undersigned have bred to and of the well known hnrsc Stonewall jACKsdNjR and it affords us pleaureto say hej h a good breeder the Important Cities ot the oiith wllWt eiaBge His colts have given latisfactton in every TO J Only Line particular a number of them have devel oped well as combined animal and have SllPftijll NYHfA XTMsrIave00rfw M ntsieerfWs Ur enyM UeantBoawon the premiums Jn the show nngs dolr buffet Sir und Pullmans Z QUWIU AtftBSCKSTHOOrr-MMc-Fines lSlicc Buffet Sleeper S M Peter T Gentry Grivile Cecil Chat T ewwient with lb CftSKKN Leading WorthingtonTlios D English William Rue nr OBUtralUiitan Depot In aiietefitt piunBen heMteg Oehefeviit Uti line n wvwltraojfer across UiedtrlBa are assured Jnoraejr nUeiJeU with eeeil THOS B WjiLKER BROS comfort convenience Il apl o tf Una fit the seen the cotts Â¬ v THE SOUTHERN ROTJTE TO TIIE PACIFIC COAST- - kMast anil SouHest Nearly All the lrr JMtem8 l Fourth 31 Itailroaas jHaero Travel via- - Queen aim Crescent St SuErSSZ Kilo Salutarls Water brought direct from St Clair Springs Mich Kept only by J C Hughes General lltHces St Paul Building General Manager It CAIUtOLL General Hupcrlalemienl Clnesnnatl ttaoorai Passenger AeHk R X R AS Awttfluut lieaeral Pasjangnr Aga -- JX Estill Springs Ghii Johns Wllhamsjind M A WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 j l8S7 W Hamilton of Montgomery county Hon Thos G Stuart anil Col J H Hollow ay of Winchester Rev Mor- Â¬ Joe Pigg niul Harvey Dujlajs are ris Evans and wife of Lancaster and hustlers on a burgoo committee n number of others nr sojourning at Dr Win Jennings Is onicing with that delightful old resor Estill Springs Dr Johu M Foster on Main street Dr Willittss Lcclure Tliere will be a public Kale of 27 town We are informed by telegram from lots at Ford about the middle of July Claude Buckley malinger of the Lex Â¬ Dr J T Akcrs is organizing a class ington Chautauqua Assembly that the in French and German for the sum- Â¬ date id Dr Willlts lecture on Mental Dyspepsia has been changed from Julv mer 6lh to July 1st also that reduced rates The Odd Fellows of Louisville will may be had on all railroads during give a concert and picnic on July 4th ttie meetings at Lexington THE CLIMAX at Arctic Spring Souvenirs Mayor Mitchell tells us that the tele- Â¬ uuring me uaiue in ISO two or phone to Eeattyville will certainly be three caution balls from the Confeder- Â¬ built this summer ate batteries struck the side of ML Zion Mr V E Ltixou has sold to Mr church near Kingston this county Stephen D Parrish an acre lot and The balls buried into the brick wall house on Irvine street fur S10G0 but did not go through They were picked out mid carried away years ago The contract to bore for natural gas Recently while repairing the church lias been let to Wiser Brothers Cleve- Â¬ the holes were filled up At first we land Ohio and woik will begin within thought that should not have been done the next week but upon reflection it is hi accordCirand opening ball at the Arlington ance Willi our belief that the Rebel Hotel Blue Lick Spring Juhj 4th flags at Washington ought to be burnCait Dan Turney ays Richmond is ed and thus aid iu etlaciug the bloody chasm especially invited Â¬ Â¬ The finest home raised peaches we have seen were sent to this ofllce on Monday by Mrs m She has tomatoes large Dudley Miller is goose eggs of five hundred dollars in gold with fees paid for next year This h the Mrs M Barlow has the ttrt copy of highest honor attained this year by the Herald that cune oft the press any young Keutucklau studying at February 5th 1879 It was presented home or abroad and adds to Mr Kas Mr to her by Judge E W Turner who tlea already nbuddant laurel Kastle won the Governors medal in was one of the editor the Slate College this city three years Mr Alexander fribbles health is so ago much improved that lie expfcls to be in town next Court day He pro Â¬ Madison County Leads theAUrldy nounces his cattle finer and latter than Gen C M Clay sold last week to lie lias ever before had Mr Cloae of St Clairsville Ohio 32 Triplet a graduate head of pure blooded Southdown sheep Hon Geo V to go to South America Mr close lias of Central University ami editor of the been over Europe aud this country lias Messenger writes to a OwenolMiro fripiifl pro Hint lm linn the finpst Imv seen all the leading hcrd anil selected Y Gen Clays as the best he ha found iu America at Ids house The price paid is not stated He will Gen Cas ius M Clay representing hip them to Brazil probably by way the class of 32 delivered an oration at of England at a cost ofS320ufor ship Yale College commencement yester Â¬ ing expenses alone the price paid for day See fir t page of this ismip The them not included Madison county is noted for its fine horses aud cattle and oration embodies food for thought this looks as if the sheep were equally June is gone and did not produce as good Gen Clay has made a study any more picnics than did the month of the sheep business for half a century of May Picnics in Madison county A Landmark low- grow fewer in number every year The circus has probably superseded the Last eek Tin Climax merely an p n nounced that the oldet residence in Foxtown burned on Monday When jrrYed Mr Green I J Turley has the house was built or ly whom is from Hot Springs Ark much im- Â¬ not known It was an old house when proved in health The physicians told General Clay was boy and a has been him he could le entirely relieved of occupied by vaiiou persons It flood rheumatism if lie would return next on the right hauri tide of the turnpike year on Main street going toward Lexing Mr Thomas Owens of the law firm tou next to the comer store aud was of Ro s fc Owens Carlisle was Deputy for many years used as a tavern It Circuit Circuit Clerk of Madison coun Â¬ was a popular place iu the long ago ty thirty years ago under Mr Shackel- Â¬ when musters were iu vigue Dinners ford He has not been to Richmond in were prewired for the public on all public occasions It was at tills house a number of years that the famous Turner Clay trouble The Democrats of Madison County occurred The old hou e had witnessed ought to roll up a rousing majority in numerous exciting evenis It was the August Theres a million iu the fight reurievouz fur the soldiers of the war of Mr Amanda T Million having been 1812 At Inst it ended mi smoke nominated for Superintendent of Com Â¬ mon Schools Maysville Bulletin Toor While Trash If there is any one class of human S S Pentz first a lawyer then n Methodist Minister thru nil Episcopal beings for liom the average colored Minister and who once had charge of citizen has a greater contempt than the Episcopal church here for a short for any other It is that which is de Â¬ time has thrown aide the ministerial nominated as poor white trash roie and gone to practicing law at Not long since Mclin Johnson a tough specimen of a while female who Washington City wasonce on the rock pile in Richmond The Kentucky Central will run an charged with canying concealed excuri iou to Dayton Ohio July 10th a deadly pistol aud appearing other- Â¬ at So for the round trip Excursions wise rieadlv went t the house of a from Columbus Xenia Springfield and colored family ueir here She was Cincinnati will be run the same day treated gently the tir t visit but advis Â¬ and a matched game of base ball Ken Â¬ ed to stay away Mie however return- Â¬ tucky vs Ohio will lie played ed and was rather unceremoniously fired She apjieared a third time Mr C L Searcy of Waco received whereupon a common ordinary second money on a prize essay pub Â¬ every day thrashing was given her by lished In the Shoe Dealer a trade the inmates of the house Melisna Journal printed iu Louisville A seemed to then bbwome offended and number of essays were entered iu the left the place Both parties acted sen Â¬ How to sibly on the occasion of tjjejastvist ointest The subject was Run a Country Store 1 Â¬ Â¬ Charley Mackey rode to the Berea commencement on a bicycle 14 miles and made the distance in two hours He is a colored youth of thirteen miiu mers scholarship at Johns Hopkins University last year in chemistry lias this year taken the fellowship in the same study which carries with it mi an aril Another Honor to Kentucky nrier this head Lexingtou Observer has the following Joseph Hoeing Kastle of this ciy who won the Tj Â¬ Frightened toDcath Mrs Nannie Geulry widow of the lateNathau Gen Â¬ try iiccompanled by her son N B GeiiO recently agroceryman iu this place went to the house of Mrs Cath- Â¬ erine Cuzick widow of the late Wm Cuzick who built the amphitheatre at Gentrys wife who the fair grounds was a granddaughter of Mrs CuzIck lad left home on Saturday aud since Leeu at her grandmothers It is said that Gentry aud his wife had not been living happily hence her absence from home uentry became enraged at his mother aud made an assault upon her His wife undertook to separate them aud at that moment William Faul coner a brother to Gentrys wife apÂ¬ peared and thinking Geutry was as- Â¬ saulting his Faulcouers sister struck Gentry with u stick on the head mak Â¬ ing the blood flow freely Great ex- Â¬ citement prevailed in the house aud Dr Poyntz was sent for to attend Gen- Â¬ try While dressing the wound Mrs Cuzick was discovered suffering In a back room The doctor took her on the back porch and sealed her iu a chair where she died suddenly Gen try and his mother left town Yester day County Attorney Sullivan ordered an iuquest and one was held by Squire Ariner The verdict was that deceased came to her death from heart disease superinduced by the trouble Geutry will proba above mentioned bly be arrested for assault and battery or breach or the peace He was in- Â¬ dicted last March for assaulting his mother with intent to rob her Mrs Cuzick was 77 years old The burial occurred in the cemetery yes terday afternoon On Monday afternoon PERSONAL Miss Lillie Logan has returned from Hairotlsburg Miss Sallic Ellis atteneded the Baptist convention at Danville Hon Chas Offutt of Omaha Nebraska was in town picnic day Mr Gentry Lisle of Chattanooga visiting relatives in this county is THE RUSH THE CRUSH a FRENCH 0RQERMAN I dr Mre to take a cla3 in ehher FRENCH or GERMAN fr the sum- Â¬ AKERS mer SojunSw The Cheapest Store In Richmoa Central JT Univeiiy THE UEW PALACE Dry Goods ANDy ASSIGNEES NOTICE GENERAL EXCITEMENT ARE- - Mr Thomas Phelps went to George- Â¬ town last Thursday on business Miss Taylor of Clark county is visit- Â¬ ing her brother Dr T J Taylor All parties indebted to C Station will plt ie call and yettle at iinee Those huviiig cliiinis against fame will please present them It J t TONK Walkek Assignee Shoe Clothing Hou Judge Charles L Lytic a prominent attorney at law Carlisle was at the picnic Eider W D McCIintock returned from Kansas last week and is now ton KEEPCOOL John DvVcs will furnitdi ice to the citi zens of Richmond and icinity this season Xow is tlie time to make contracts for d lhery 11m headquarters are at thegrocerjr store of J E Dj kes on North Second St apr 13 tf Â¬ of at Lexing- Â¬ Mr C E Tipton and wife and Miss Alice Tipton of Iexington were at the picnic Misses Minna Crutcher and Alma Ha gan will spend next week at Crab Orchard Springs FOR A GOOD SALE STOCK OF Â¬ TF c- - xxAir Dr W G White is attending the Lexington Chautauqua See his account of it elsewhere Miss Maggie Duncan of Sicholasvllle has returned home after a visit to Mrs D II Myers Â¬ DOM T BE FOOLIS Miss Julia Adair of Carlisle made a short visit to her brother Mr F H Adair this place last week Mrs L O C Lamar Jr who has been visiting the family of HonT S Bronston has returned to Washington -- MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in Mad We will be glad to ison county show the stock to anv one wishing HIGGlNS to buy ELLIS jun22tf Silver Creek Ky and pay big prices for goods it wont do these hard times when even the realt can not afford to waste their money a the poor require double duty of every d rmTxnTmrm n OF OUR- - lar and every penny MOT bMJliunu E OTbo Can Tell The Waste of lYToni lierea College Commencement Day A Great Messrs George Phelps A F Dudley C B Hume Caleb Shearer and R G Dunn attended the Lancaster hop Mr and Mrs S V Rowland of Dan- Â¬ ville are visiting their daughter Mrs Capt S B White on Second Street Mr J B Enson manager of the plaining mill for C Staffords assignee 3s doubtless one of the finest builders to be found in Kentucky The Episcopal church tills place and Lincoln Hall at Rerea which he lias jist fin- Â¬ ished are ample evidences of the fact Â¬ Col T S Moberley went to Cincinnati last week ami met the business nun of the city together with a num- Â¬ ber of live stock men relative to inau- Â¬ gurating n Fat Stock Show in Cincin Â¬ nati tills fall but tliere was such a depression lu fiuauces that action was postponed Â¬ A Madison County Teacher Miss JoMePeltu- - nuwjif Lexington has become a veij successful teacher in the West Her many friends here will take great plea tire in reading the fol Â¬ lowing from the Marshall Mo Dem- Â¬ ocrat Orearville Public School is iu Saline county Mo situated about iiIiip miles East of Marshall the county seat The school lias been taught for the past 11 of Lexington Ky a hiiudime bru Â¬ e should judge nette of about twenty two summers She is young hi the business of teaching but worthy and well qualified evincing very rare qualities of uiud and deportment for to Bales Maupin have within the past her occupation Miss Josie came en- Â¬ this school imie months since an few days shipped twenty cars of lambs tire stranger to patrons and children from Red House and Silver Creek and not since the organization of the Bought at 5 cents a pound From common school system do we remem- Â¬ ber to have witnessed of Richmond two cars cattle J F confidence and siujeresuch evidencethe affection by Wagers from Richmond four cars pupiis iu aim tor their teacher as we Mil- Â¬ wituessed at their closing exercises sheep and one of cattle Clark The disposition deportment and gen- Â¬ lion two cars hogs eral appearance of the children of a You can go on a four days trip in community furnishes a correct aud re- Â¬ search of a suitable place in which to liable Index to character style and general wurih ot the inhabitants We celebrate the Glorious Fourth this predict for Miss Josie Peltus a brilliant year as the General Passenger Agent and successful future Sne is not only of the Chesapeake and Ohio route has an honor and likely to add new lustre issued instructions to all agents to sell to the fame of her great great uncle G Pettus Secrethe lamented excureiou tickets to all C ami O sta- Â¬ tary of state Wm under Gov Boggs but tions July id 3d and 4th good tore may now with propriety be enrolled hi turn until July 5th at one fare for the the history of the times as a creditable representative of the Athens of her round trip native State -Â¬ nine months by Miss JosephenePettus Save Trouble 3 Honor Roll By paying attention to the notice published elsewhere in this issue re- Â¬ Prof J B Harris on last Friday garding examination of teachers by closed an interesting school at Runyon Grove The following are those who the Board of Examiners are entitled to honor in the various The Fourth of July olasses- - The Post office will be closed next Speljng 1st honor Nathan Kolatid Monday July 4th from 830 a m to 2nd honor Leila Harris Reading 4 p m The four banks will be closed J 1st honor Lelhi JJarris 2nd honor also the Revenue office County Court Nathan Noland Dictionary 1st honor will transact business of minor impor- Â¬ Aunie Gentry 2nd honor Olivo Gentance and continue the balance of the try Grammar Primary 1st honor business over until Tuesday Dovie Parish- 2nd iiouor Mary Parke Point Comfort The annual excursion Jo Old Point Comfort leaves Lexington Ivy July Htli at 1145 am Round tiip tickets from Lexington to all points on the C O Railroad 12 from all points on le K C Railroad 13 Tickets good for 15 day Blnji over privileges en return Special mles at hotels Tick Â¬ ets for ae at ail stations on the C O and K C Railroads For lurther par hculars apply to J B Wright or James B Jones 34 E Main 6t Lex Old Â¬ Kloii Ky 1st honor Olive Grammar Practical Gentry Ida Hisle 2nd honor Anajsisit honor Evans Dozier 2nd h tlor Amanda Gentry Geogra P3 Primary Is hriiior Joel Gentry 2nd honor Dovie Parish Geography Inlet inediatg 1st honor Anuie Gen try 2nd Iwwr Hello- Harris Arllh ntjc Practical 1st honor Elmer Panh 2nd honor Louanna HIle 1st Arhiuedi Progressive Higher 2nd honor or Evans Dozier R jert Davis Punctuality 1st honor Mthnti Notnud 2nd honor Johu Karris Those who have never been present at a commencement of Berea College have no conception of its magnitude Everybody has heard of Berea College and many people have visited the bright little town fourteen miles South f Richmond on the Kentucky Central Railroad There are numbers who have visited the school ami admired Howard Hal the spacious Tabernacle the massive Ladies Dormitory and the splendid Lincoln Hall Yet tliere are those who have never attended a Berea commencement We were among the derelict number until last Wednesday June 22ud which was the 21st annual commencement We can assure those who have steadfastly re mained away that the loss is theirs hi the forenoon of last Wednesday three special trains left Richmond for Berea carrying more than six hundred people Upon reaching the grouuds the exercises hail already begun and everybody aud his sister and his cousin Two thou Â¬ aud his aunt were present sand five hundred people were seated In the mammoth Tabernacle and pro Â¬ bably three thousand were scattered nbout the grouuds on the outside Not fewer than two thousand horses were hitched on the wooded campus There were horses willi addles tliere were hordes that had brought one person and horses that had brought two per Â¬ sona aud three persons aud even four persons Tliere were horses iu harness and they had drawn carriage- - and buggies and spring wagons and tliere were horses witti gear that had drawn heavy road wagons and great farm wagons anil carts And those vehicles had hauled any number of persons from two to seventeen we counted seventeen persons getting out of oue farm wagon The people w ere from every where from the cities and towns and villages and they were from the mountains and the pennyrile dees trick and from the Blue grass Region Tliere w ere rich people aud poor peo ple great people ami small white peo- pie and black old people and younj educated people and ignoramuses Dem ocrats Republican Prohibitionists Knights of Labor and Mugwumps There were christians and sinners botli male and female Jews and Pagans and there were babies a dis tiuctive feature of Berea commence- Â¬ ments The costumes formed a pan- Â¬ orama of styles for a quarter of a cen- Â¬ tury back There were the latest from imported fashion plates Tliere were silk hats fells wools and straws high low broad and narrow and tliere was a coon skin cap The sun bonnet was conspicuous aud the plain old time dress without tucks folds loops or other extras It was there Jeans clothes mixed brown blue and gray were represented Linen cassi meres and broadcloths were abundant As to shoes there were brogans calfs kids morocco and patents Booths and refreshment stands were about lliecanipu and private basket dinners were numerous But let us look inside On the right was a solid array of colored people on the left were whites and iu the centre they were smartly mixed On the ros- Â¬ trum the seats were filled with whites but hack ofit were thestudents who took part in the exercises and they were black and white male and female In fact the catalogue exhibits 431 students of whom 251 are colored 180 white 220 males 205 females Kentucky far nisliea 3S1 aud eighteen other states 50 There wero but two graduates Miss M A Lamson a white lady from Amboy Illinois aud W C Taj lor a colored man from Lexington Tliere were nine orations by male student aud six essays by females The orations and essays were carefully prepared and reflected thought aud research Nearly every oration and essay con- Â¬ tained a thrust at the saloon One orator Noble Hill of California-declarehimself a Socialist but claimed that tlie Declaratiou of Independence aud the Constitution of the United Slates are socialistic Instruments Miss Lamson inveighed against socialism President Fairchiid presided but the famous John G Fee the founder aud preserver of the school was on the rostrum and seemed never happier than during the exercises After din Â¬ ner Rev It G Hulchings of Oberlin Ohio delivered a polished address to the vast audieDce aud thus his reÂ¬ markable commencement closed At dinner we enjoyed the hospitality of Prof W E C Wright and family in comany with Rev Mr Hulchings and wife of Oberlin Rev A A Mytrs and wife Williamsburg Miss Wright and Miss Hoxley nieces of Prof WrUlit and more delightful people would be difficult to find Berea la not a soliool after our own heart but it Is one of the finest schools in the South d T T Covington made the first of his summer series of trips to Falmouth to buy flour last Saturday and remained until Monday Miss Iula Byrns and Mrs Mary Reardon of Shelby county who were visiting their cousin Mrs A J Reed have gone home Ail person holding claims against the slate of Jno II Iarrish deceased are Iwrehjr notified to file them properly proven and verified with me or my attor Â¬ Ky on or ney W It Smith Richmond prior to the fiit day of Jly 1887 If not filed on or before that date said claims will be barred All persons indebted to aid estate will settle inline with me wtlhmit further delay AtlmY Jno II Parrtob may 4 qt when you buy your goods of houses tin BUY AND SELL ON LONG TIM New advanced ideas crowding out the o Jas V Parkimi deceased Senator Bennett handsomely enter- Â¬ at Madison Club Friday evening to meet Miss Katie Helm of Eliza bethtow n tained a few friends The Whole Country ft yu fry m-- is ura Glad Closing Out DirrERMINED H AVING entire Mock of out my to close Pluck instead of Luck- Cash instead Credit Brains in the place of Cheek a Science and Ability - BeatiM Back Mrs Loulie W Johnson of German town is visiting at Capt J A G Wil- Â¬ liamsons Aspen Avenue She is a sister of Mrs Williamson Miss Katie Fox after a ten days visit to Mrs Chas Butler returned to her home at Richmond last Saturday Paris Kentuckian Citizen Miss Pattie Brown of Paris daughter of the late N C Brown this place came over to the Odd Fellows picnic last week She is now a grown young lady Miss Linnie W Crutcher left Saturday to join her parents Eld S W Crutcher and wife at Louisville She has been the guet of her cousin Miss Minna T STKEnsra 7s MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE MUSIC MAKES OTHEHS DANCE EKar-yngrf7-iTw-Mata Virr Roots and Shoes E MJRGIX Ttee Moonshine Merclii 15y July first I will sell them at a small margin until that time Call ami e me and he convinced that I mean Respectfully All tho e nwiiiK me on account must call at once mid skttik or I will lie ompelled to make the money hv law E 1 meh 30 3m with their tough and tremendous lu time prices What is the use of wastin dollar when you can save it THE ALMIGHTY DOIXA We invite an early and repeat visit and inspection Be sure and go the Cheapest House in Richmond many The New Palace Dry Goods Clothii and Shoe House of We have begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture and complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our Dissolution Notice The many have too few and the few - SMALL PROFIT SYST33M Leave Your Money Crutcher on Lancaster Avenue Richard Clark formerly of this county now with Wilkie Sleet Co live stock commission merchants of Covington at- Â¬ tended the I O O F Picnic la6t Tuesday His daughter Miss Ella and son Johnie accompanied him The firm of White Stockton i this lay disiilvt d by mutual consent W retiringThe Ihimiim will Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods any U White he conducted inder the rirm hereafter where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to Willis Those name of Stockton having claims upmost the old linn will With Us The following persons from Kirksville are attending the Kentucky Chautauqua at Lexington Eld M Elliott and daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Minnie Misses Ida and Pattie Willis Miss Mamie McCann and Miss Tillie Hall of Stanford Claude Thomas Democratic nominee to represent Bourbon county in the next Legislature was in town last week Mr Thomas is one of the brightest yonng men in the State and will be the youngest member of the next General Assembly Mrs Daniel who has been visiting the family of her father Mr T S Ellis left last week for Danville to attend the Baptist Association in session at that place Thence she will return to Glas- Â¬ gow where her husband has charge of a Â¬ Lawns at 3 cents per yard Lawns at 5 cents per yard Linen Lawns at 15 cents per yard former price 30 and 35 cents Handsome Dress Goods at 10 12A and 15 cents per jard reduced from 15 20 and 25 cents Ginghams for Dresses 7 cunts former price 10 cents White Goods 5 7J 10 and 12 cents former price 7i 10 15 and 20 cents Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from 6 Elegant Box Suits at 1250 reduced from 20 Only a few left Elegant Box Suits at 1750 reduced from 20 Have only a few A GENERAL REDUCTION ON ALL DRESS 100DS OP FIFTY PER CENT please present them fur pa meiit All parties knowing themselves to lie in debted to the rirm either by note or account w ill please come forward ami settle Viiitk Stockton Â¬ Â¬ In retiring from the drug Imsiness I do so with very many resreis ami I take this npiMirtiiiiity of llnmkiiif my ml friends fur their liberal patronage especially for their couthleHee manifest Â¬ ed in mi many wis I nio t cheerfully cmiimeiHl iie Hew Willis a entirely linn of Stockton worthy of the ptiblie patronage ami Very Truly confidence Wm G Wjiitk Richmond Ky June S 1SS7 ECS w c peyto IF1 O PROPOSALS FOR BIDS HT HAS RECEIVED A church Dr E D Standiford who is making an active canvass for the U S Senate to succeed Mr Beck and vho is making many friends Is about to lead to the hy- Â¬ meneal altar a handsome young lady of Louisville His supporters are of the opinion that he will be as successful in the prosecution of the other suit Mr Joel Lipscomb an old citizen of this county now of Johnson county Mo has been on a visit to friends and relatives here Mr Lipscomb is a brother of Mrsf Dr Moberly and of the late Mrs Amos He went to Missouri up- Â¬ Deatherage wards of 6o years ago His last visit here was in ts8 nearly 30 years ago He and Mrs Moberly have gone to Clark county to visit a brother Mrs Bettie NcCall of Lexington formerly Miss Bettie Dean of this place came over to the Odd Fellows picnic She has lived in Louisville Mississippi and Colorado since leaving here fifteen years ago In Colorado she spent some time on the ranch of her brother Mr John Dean and frequently was alone at the house which was four miles from the nearest neighbor Her husband is man- Â¬ ager of a tobacco house in Lexington Â¬ Heavy Brown Domestic 5 cents per yard Bleached Domestics at G cents per yard Ladies Hose at 10 cents a pair well worth 15 cents Ladies Hose at 25 cents a pair well worth 40 cents Ladies Hose at 35 cents a pair well worth 50 cents Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 50 cents a pair worth 75 cents Ladies Silk Hose at 75 cents a pair worth 125 Childrens Hose also at greatly reduced prices Ladies Kid Gloves at 50 and 75 cents a pair well worth 1 anl 125 Ladies Linen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs atS eta Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and quality at greatly reduced prices Ladies Kid Button Shoes at lr0 a pair worth 2 Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 2 a pair worth 275 1 Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cents a pair worth Mens Shoes at 2 a pair worth 250 Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 Mens Shoes at prices that will astonish you Our entire line of Straw Hats at half price to close out Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents All our Mens Colored Shirts go at half price to close out All our light colored Mens Hats go at half price to close out Bids will be received by the City Council at their next regular meeting Tuesday night July oth 1SS7 at the City Council room fur lite iHiving of side walks in the City of Richmond as follows Iu front ol John Farleys Second street in trout of Win Myerss property on Main street in front of Isaac iMcCnllums property on Main street hi front of II N Wellss htirs property 011 iMnin street iu front of heirs projierty on A M Whites Main street iu front of James C Halls property 011 Maiu street 111 front of JD II Myerss and S D Par nslis property 01 Main street iu front of M Barlows on Main street At the sain time ami place bids will be received for the repairing of culverts one nil Madison avenue one 011 First street one on Second street one mi Main street at Ihiuaui Millsine on Main street at Jits Work The right to reject any and all bids is reserved Done by order of the City Council 3t S Iakrisii City Eu gineer CjJIR X iOj OF THE CELEBRATED We Have Conic To Slay jyLipLk MITCHELL WAG0X For which he is sole agent for the eouu of Madison and Estill PY A correspondent of the Richmond Va Dispatch writing from Lexington Va concerning the commencement of Wash- Â¬ ington and Lee College said The class valedictory was delivered by Mr E S McCord of Kentucky and was an address of more than passing merit It was well composed and very gracefully delivered Alter Mr McCord had concluded his speech Dr Talmage with Professor White came down the aisle and took seats prepared for them on the rostrum Gen- Â¬ eral Lee then introtuced Dr Talmage who was weeomed with long and con- Â¬ tinued applause Dr Talmages splendid address was listened to with unflagging attention during the two hours occupied in its delivery The undersigned having rented lh Mens Suits at 400 reduced from 500 occupied by Ij O shop fnrmeriy Schmidt in itichmoiid Ky is pre Mens Suits at 500 reduced from SG00 mred to do ail kinds of Mens Suits at 750 reduced from 1000 Carriage and Buggy Wc rk Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 Mens Suits at 1250 reduced lrom 1S00 Repairing Painting Boys and Childrens Suits from S200 uji to 750 reduced from which will he done at the lowest fig Â¬ 300 S100 500 eG00S750 S1000 81250 ures ami hi a workmanlike manner SPLENDID BARGAINS IN CLOTHING c We have made a general reduction in the prices of every thing in our House Orders taken for any style of Vehicle Having communication with the liest Manufactories in the country can order any kind of Carriage hi a tdior time and gimrautee perfect wti faction in all cases The people of Madison county know me and 1 hope to receive a fairsliare of their pntrnnaixe with many thanks for past fa voi s I am Most Respectfully A D SMITH P S Call for Lou Smith ZinplSm This wagon THESE GOODS MUST GO Our stock must be reduced to make room as we need it and are determined that the goods must go as all who enTTOTT3 have used it can testify NOTIOB CoVINOTON I THESE ARE ALL FACTS INDISPUTABLE FACTS Come The material in this wagon is warrani with fair usage for twelve months I E B WALLACE AND Our accounts for 1887 to July 1st are ready and those wno are indebted to us will please call and settle at once AKNOLDBrO - and See For Yourself BUILDING Those who owe us for 1886 will save cost by calling- at once C A Bbo THE MIDDLE OF THR YEAR N B Examine Critically and Compare jCare GOBJTB ACTOR I prepared to do all kinds of fully every thing is under price ALL KINDS OP AT THE MOST WAG FOR Sell You A Good Thimtte Skei O AND CONTRACT WORK The first day of July Is at hand nud our accounts are all made out and are ready for settlement All Indebted to us are earnestly invited to call at once and make settlements This is of great importance both to our customers nnd ourselvt j Please attend to it L JE fc O C FRANCisa Sixty One Dolla Ssj JtJL Persons wishing to examine this wii can do so by calling at my store on street Eichmond Â¬ DIED M G Taylor nineteen ears cashier of the Clark County National Bank died of I want to sell all of my ready made Slights disease on Monday Clothiu Be sure and call it you J O Lyter James IL G Bush aged 29 years son want a bargain of Ambrose G Bush who resides near Now is the time to buy your Cloth Boonesbirough in Clark county died or ingi while tho great Inducement is Wcdncsday June aznd offered by J C-- Lyter jtmeis Mf and SISOSSS HATSjac are away down in pries at RUGS and Oil CLOTHS TRUNKS DRY GOODS ClaOTHURG BOOTS Reasonable t Rates H J STRENGS Mammoth Xxouisville Sjtore anil in lIiTfbest man nor IIo is a thoroughly eutioateu Carpenter and builder and those eontem pitt Â¬ ing building will do well to secure an estimate from him OOice at his residence on IlaiHe Irvie apr t Street - tj tf Patronize J- J Brooks the droggfet W a pEr2To PrUShosthrch THE GREAT NORTHWEST Ob CONCERT OF ACTION Uoir THE TRAVELERS TREE RELIGIOUS ly AND EDUCATIONAL ABOUT ENSILAGE FATHER AND SON Chances TVrousM In Parcnital euco in the Course uCa Ccutory OUIt FATHERS AND TJ8 177C CONSTRUCTION OF WELLS X Method Which t i 111 t i t ie hat Ire 3 TU n ol ii 3andredln Annliararj ofIU Ceulom Adrantagrs or United Effort Among Cor to the United State mercial Agriculturist Tie cession of the Northwest Terri- Â¬ Most persons hare noticed that indi-Â¬ tory to the Fedoral Government forms an iranortant chanter in the hUtorv of viduals enjrnjred in the same kind ol I business in a larsro city are likoly to tu- ii ersh p of the land ivhich the various congregate n one quarter till they givo Wall street SUUss claimed at the far West was one it a distinctive character New York contains most of the brok- Â¬ of the most serious obstacles to an agreement upon the Articles of Confed- Â¬ ers1 offices of the entire city Another eration As early as 1778 Maryland short street is almost entirely occupied insisted that the western limits of the by the manufacturers of and dealers in the newspaper offices aro Stat ought to be restricted and the run together In this city one entire title to the vwstern lands vestedin the Â¬ United States Her argument was ex Â¬ street is given up to the general commission business Nearly all the grain in- Â¬ pressed the following year in the Â¬ structions of her General Assembly to commission houses are in the immedi Â¬ ate vicinity of the board of trade build her delegates in Congress Suppose for instance Virginia in- Â¬ ing while the dealers in cattle hogs Â¬ disputably possessed of the extensive and shcop arc about the Union stockand fertile country to which she has yards The groat manufacturers of set up a claim what would be the clothing arc close together though the prolable consequences to Maryland of quarter they occupy possesses no such an undisturbed and undisputed special advantages for this branch of pos ession Virginia by selling on manufacture and trade As the city the most moderate terms a small pro-Â¬ becomes older if it escapes great fires portion of the lands in question would every kiad of business will be likely to draw into her treasury vast suras of concentrate in sonic particular locality money and in proportion to the sums Individuals firm awl corporations arising from sch sales would be ena Â¬ engaged in the same department of bled to lessen her taxes Lands com Â¬ manufacturing or trade arc of course paratively cheap and taxos compara Â¬ engaged n sharp competitions tobut be tively low with the dear lands ami they find it to ihcir adtantage taxes of an adjacent State would close togetltcr Each likes to see and know i hat all tlie otlters arc doing quickly drain the State thus disadvan Â¬ tageously circHrustanced of its most Each tM derives considerable advan tage from the others There is much useful inhabitants its wealth and its in any lu anca of comity between coiuequence in the scale of the confed Ihkmbcss They rivals infrequently ex- Â¬ not erted States would sink jwcoinniHiato those Delaware ia 1779 presented to Con Â¬ change goods and who happen to have a small stock of gress srveral resolutions of its Legis- Â¬ some standard article lature declaring that as the tract of Tlwy common andvaliw in giving in are of mutual country west of State frontiers would fohnatiH alxHtt the reliability of perÂ¬ be won from Great Britain by the Cus- Â¬ w1h come to buy goods blood and treasure of all it ought to be sons tomers too derive advantage by hav Â¬ a common estate The resolutions ing dealers in the same clats of goods also included the following located near each other Country KMeJeri That this State tfeteks It necessary for tse peaee aad safety et tbe States to bt ta merchants are likely to conduct them Â¬ clodVjd la tte Uuon that a moderate extent et selves as city women do when they go limits beM be assigned fer such of those out chopping If they do not find SUt as eiatai to tbe Mississippi er South Sea anil Jiat tbe Catted States ia Congress assera just what Ihc3 want in one place they bied sboaM and eecnt to Bare the power of ax go to another and steps ami time are ing tbeir western harts saved if similar establishments are in Ill the spring of 1780 New York the immediate ncighlHirhood pasied an act empowering its deleObservation also shows that persons gates in Congress to cede to the j engage department of corn- United States the territories in which it mercial farming fruit growing or claimed a proprietary right giving as stock breeding are more likely to pros- Â¬ a reason that it found the Articles of per if they are surrounded by thoc CotJederation opposed by some on the who arc engaged in the same pursuit ground that a portion of the waste Enthusiasm is inspired by number and uncultivated territory within the Tlicre s pleasure as well as business lim ts or claims of certain States ought advantage in the companionship of to be appropriated as a common fund those engaged in the same calling for the expenses of the war Its ac Only a person possessed of great ability tioii nas expressly declared to be un- Â¬ knowledge pluck energy and perse- Â¬ dertaken to accelerate the Federal al- Â¬ verance is likely to succeed in any un- Â¬ ii arce by removing the dertaking if he is isolated from those impediment Congress there who are engaged in the same work upc n aked all the States having claims lie is obliged to stmly every thing out to the Westers country to follow the bj himself while he derives no benefit example of New York This Virginia from the experience of them There is wa- - foremost to do In 1764 Massn no one within a reasonable distance cht etts Connecticut the Carolinas whom lie can consult if he is in trouble am Georgia followed In several cases or in want of special information He if not in aM proprietary rights over finds great difficulty in procuring suit some tracts were retained but these aWe help as so few are acquainted were small in proportion to those with what he is doiur He is oblired jie ded to educate persons before their labor is Virginias ivcble gift was the North Â¬ profitable A man may be a good gen- Â¬ western Territory out of ihich were eral farm hand but may not know how duly formed Okie Indiana Illinois to shear sheep raise tobacco plants Michigan ami Wisconsin with a part cure hops or harvest broom corn Out- Â¬ of Minnesota It was promptly ac-Â¬ side of obi dairy districts it is difficult cented and a temporary provision to procure good milkers Green hands made for its government This gave are awkwanl and slow in picking small way to the famous Ordinance of July fruits bunching asparagus or blanching 33 17b7 the final article of which pro- Â¬ celery vided that there should lc neither A sheep raiser by himself generally Elarery nor involuntary servitude in has a hard time Most of his neighbors the Territory except for the punish Â¬ will keep dogs that arc fond of muttons ment of crimes expressly adding how- Â¬ ami think it is fun to worry sheep but ever a provision for the return of fugi Â¬ will not run after a fox and will flee tive from whom labor or service is from a wolf If a dozen men in the lawfully claimed in any one of the same neighborhood keep large flocks of original States sheep they will generally procure the Two ferte already existed in this enactment of a dog law ami will see of the Ohio and the or that it is enforced territory north They will resort to diiiance ef 1787 expressly provided for measures that will result in reducing tiu property of the French and Cana- - the canine population ef the vicinity to di n inhabitant ami other settlers of the smallest number that can do the the Kaekaskta St Vincents ami the legimate business of the neighborhood nc ghboring villages w ho have kerct They will unite in killing wolves and foie profe ed themselves citizens of other destructive animals They will Yl giiiia Ilutitwas in the spring make a home market for wool to which following the asage of the ordinance buyers will come A generous feeling of 1787 that the first regular colony of rivalry will result in bringing up the sa sent from the original States un Â¬ quality- of wool in all the flocks They do General Kufus Putnam ami estab will practice economy in changing lis jed itt lf at the junction of the Mus bucks They will liold meetings and kiiiguiu with the Ohio naming the set Â¬ dicuss the merits of different breeds of tlement Marietta General St Clair siteep and wild finally-- find the one that - new Governor of tinthe Territory ami is best suited to their locality Before Wiiithrop Sargent the Secretary soon many years they will gain a reputation followed and the place was strongly not only for tlieir wool but for their fortified X Y Sun breeding stock This will attract buy Â¬ ers of lutcks and ewes to take the places A PAGE FROM HISTORY where sheep raising is a leading indus- Â¬ An Incident AVhoxe Authenticity Can Not try Large buyers of lH eeding stock Well lie Disputed especially of sheep like to go to a During the reign of the Tyrant place where they can obtain a car load wliose name is too familiar to require and where they can make a judicious repetition or mention in these page selection of animals from several th Lion Heart was so hard pressed by flocks his enemies that he was obliged to seek If a man has sufficient land capital refuge in a cave fat cavo abfijuaUdatus and belli and enough cows and build est literally to eave in While medi- - ings he can establish a dairy farm and taung upon ways and means one make a success of it even if all his morning he observed a spider aradkni neighbors are engaged in grain raising da dmneeiieus mending his wob or the production of meat fruit to-Â¬ Ninety nine times he succeeded but the bacco or wooL But if he has not vcry one hundredth effort was a disastrous largc capital he will be likely to find fa lure Throwiagdown hissword and milk production or the manufacture of erring Make way for libert- - he butter and cheese unprofitable if none rushed upon the Austrian spears and of his neighbors are engaged in dairy as he did so a second arrow fell from ing lhe milk of about live hundred For what hidst cows is wanted to warrant the estab- Â¬ beneath his vest ex Â¬ lishment of a commercial or thou that arrow ncath thy vest To hold it claimed the Tyrant creamery or cheese factory Unless dew n replied TelL for it was he thus a man has a very large farm he will nieing a little good history but antici- Â¬ not find it convenient or economical pating by several centuries a well worn to leep more than twenty five milch joke Thea muffling his face in his cows As this is the case concert of mantle he fell down at the foot of action between twenty farmers living statue by Phidias where he within a radius of abeut two miles of Pmpeys was caught in the arms of his faithful the factory will be necessary to insure daughter who with her rosy lips its support Observation in most parts sucked the poison from his wound At of this country as well as in England this moment the sheut was heard on Holland and Denmark shows that the distant jdain They fly they fly dairying is most profitable in localities asked the dying hero Who Sy that are almost entirely given up to it Hoas fly rcjdied a cavalry sergeant In dairying as in most other industries Come t ray arms roy noble boy skill and profit from the inter- Â¬ exclaimed his father I would rather change of ideas result The largest yields of of lost all the trees in the orchard than milk are generally obtained in the This inci Â¬ great dairy regions to of had you told a lie In dent has been related in rnany lin milking stock is weeded them the poor Persons guages hence there can be no doubt ol become export milkers out childhood in its authenticity Burdettf m Brooklyn and atan oarly age are good judges of Eagle cows while they understand how to iced and take care of them Swedish Wood Oil Concert of action is of groat advan- Â¬ l WfcJ of la yuaAa An tilamM bmIa nt tage to the breeders of all kinds of Sweden from the refuse of timbcrcut- - stock The high reputation of American tmgs and forest clearings and from merino sheep is due to the united labers stumps and roots and although it can of a few careful breeders in Vormont rot well be burned in common lamps The generous rivalry excited by the of- Â¬ en account of the heavy proportion of fering of large premiums at State and carbon it contains it furnishes a satisÂ¬ county fairs made overy sbeop raisor factory light in lamps especially made anxious to sec his name at the head of for it ami ia its natural state is said to the list of prize takers They desired no lie the cheapest of illurainatingoll5 higher honor than to see in the local Thirty factories produce about 4CMKK newspapers their names associated liters of the oil dally turpentine cre-- with the heaviest fleece of wool pro-Â¬ lote acetic acid charcoal coal tar oil duced in the State Similiar causes find other useful substances arc also resulted in bringing up the quality of obtained from the same material fast horses in Kentucky of mules in JSoslon Budget Missouri and of shorthorn cattle in mm Central Illinois Raising tobacco suit-Â¬ Artificial Rubies able lor cigar wrappers became profit- Â¬ At the laris Academy of Sciences able in the valley of the Connecticut meeting M Fremy road a momoir on chiefly because a large number of per the researches which he has made with I sons of means and ii telligencc engaged M- - VeraeuU to artificially produces J in the business The like is true of tho rauy ab siHmlna crucible was used success that attended ltop raisiiig in as to avoid the presence of silica Central Now York and Wisconsin and l rhich ha the oflect of imparting a the broom corn production in Eastern lamellar strueture to the product Illinois Success in almost every in Â¬ Under such conditions with alumina dustry depends on united effort and on iparated from cncium fluoride by a collecting the exporienee ef many poi Â¬ erferted platiBHni septum they have sons The mlnme details of doing any obtained perfect crystals of alumina kind of work are learned by watching rhich being colored with traces of operations as they are perfoined and chromic acid wore an exact connttjr listening to oral explanation- made bj the natural stone Seiaaih those who have had longcxpoiienrn -- Its Various J arts Arc Utilized by thoNntltesof Madagascar A European travoler on his way from the coast of Madagascar to the capital Tananarive in the interior had emptied his water flask and was suffering from thirst He asked one of the natives of hk party when he should be able to obtain water Any timo you Tho like said the native smiling European saw no sign of spring or water but the natives conducted him to a group of tall palm like trees standing in a cluster on the edge of the Jcwolol white man gazed admirably at the tree You think it is a fine tree said the native bull will show you what it is good for He pierced the root of one of the leaf stems at the point where it joined the tree iith his spear whereu ton a stream of clear water spurted out which the European caught in his water can ami found cool fresh ami excellent to drink The party having satisfied their thirst ami taken a supÂ¬ ply the native who had spoken went on This tree which is good for us in o call the trav- Â¬ more ways than one forest with straight trunks and bright grecii broad leaves growing from the opposite sides of the stalk and making the tree appear like a great fan The elers tree But wliere does the water come asked from that the tree contains Is it taken up from the bite man the soil The Oh no said the native leaves drink in lhe rain that falls on them ami when it has passed all through them it becomes - ery pure and sweet Are there manv of these frees on the island Tlierc are so many that sometimes one see no other trees for a mile and very often we lake no provision of water when wc travel lecausc we know that wc shall find the travelers Â¬ tree And you say there arc other things that they arc good for The natii c answ cred by asking another question Do you remember Â¬ ay before-mention- ed the village that we passed through this morning with its wooden huts roofed oer with leaves Those huts were made of nothing but the travelers tree The wood splits easily but makes tonsil planks for floors and the walls of the houses are made of the lKtrk With tho branches we make the rafter and the leaves cover the roof But this is not all that the good tree docs We are coining soon to a village wliose people I know and I will show you more The native was eager in his haste to show to the traveler what the tree still had in store for him and the European for his part felt no little curiosity They arrived soon at the village and the guide conducted the traveler to the hut of a friend who received them very hospitably and sion spread a meal for tliem First he placed upon a sort of table a spread made of some vegetable substance very light and pretty then he set before his guests two drinking vessels of a material which the white man did not recognize and then ho gave tliem two utensils which although rude in shae served in the stead of knife and fork In the midst of the table he paced a large bowl filled with cream of very appetizing appearance In another vessel there was a quantity of oil with almonds floating upon it Before we legin said the guide I must tell you what I promised Every thing that there is upon this tablo comes from the travelers tree You sec this table cloth It is made of the libers of the leaves of the tree Those these plates these drinking cup knives arc made of the wood cr the liark of the tree What you take to le cream is a dish made of the seeds of the tree pounded up with niiil and mixed with a kind of milk drawn from the trunk of the tree What you think arc almonds arc little cakes made of these seeds and lhe oil is pressed from the skin or shuck of lhe seed As for the water you are about to drink you know that already And we get not only these things Imt some of the people of Madagascar have made a kind of cloth that they wear out of the fiber of the wood Youths Companion m he said Aii4trueinjriiaceuin inirSHoV Tho first requisite m proparing ensilaliantly h5 construction of a nronor silo ge-is ThcFinns have had tho NewTesta- - aVhiirgjoat latitude both as to material mont for somo time and now I iHndiornTcmv be allowed yet exper Testamont is to bo translated into their ience has shown that a silo should bo language built of such a sizo that with the ma- Tho Religious Tract Society of chinoryat command for filling it con London England has just roecivel no iiuea soraniuiy Uiat tho l roc ess 01 copies of the Japanese Pilgrims Pro- Â¬ fcrmcnfiitipn or ilecayf wilt not pn gress produced at tho costof the so Â¬ cecd far cnoudiitoiiriiuro the fecuin ciety in the Japanoso language quality of the product The best feed- Â¬ United Presbyterian ing for cattle under any circumstances Miss Chandmmukhi Bosc a nativo is green grass or Indian corn when tho Christian lady has been appointed Su- Â¬ stalk has attained its fullest develop- Â¬ perintendent of the Bcthuno School of ment both in sizo and maturity but The Indian Messenger tho before the seed has commenced to ripen Calcutta organ of the Brahmo Somaj cordially and the stalk has become dry and hard endorses the appointment But green jn iss in June or Indian corn Mr Geo A Jarvis of Brooklyn when in full flowcrcan only be obtained has given 40000 for a now building at certain seasons and in preserving for the Episcopal General Theological ensilage it is well to bear in mind that Seminary It will be called Jarvis tio more nearly it can be preserved nz Hall and will be put up on the Ninth it was when it was first cut the better avenue front of tho grounds tho feeding quality will o The graduates and forinor pupils The firat process tho corn imcon oca of Whcnton Seminary Norton resid- Â¬ whan it is out and put into thoJsHo is ing in and about New York havo formcntati5n Saiau tists disngrqe as formed an alumna association with to whothor fermentation ji produced Mrs Kate Upson Clark of Brooklyn for from a little plant they call the yeast president Congreyttionalist cell or from a little animal they call During tho past twenty five years bacteria Without attempting to de- Â¬ the British and Foreign Bible Society cide when tho learned men disagree hate sold in Italy 185405 copios of tho wo know from practical experience entire Bible 450177 New Testaments that th j first product of these yeast and 5 459 portions of single gospels cells or bacteria is heat and carbonic etc making the total issues nearly a acid gas Tho latter is thrown oft in large quantities and is instantly fatal million and a quarter There are said to be about sixty to this kind of life Take an animal of Protestant communities in Spain with any kind enclose it in a tight cell and in the course of a few hours the oxygon 14000 openly professed Protestants and hardly a large town without a reg-Â¬ in the air is all absorbed carbonic acid ularly organized church It is just gas takes its place and the animal dies eighteen years sinc the first Protestant So supposing your silo to be perfectly air tight or rather gas tight around chapel was opened in Madrid the sides and at tho bottom the mo- Â¬ The late Thomas Foster of Now Â¬ buryport by his wUl divides tho resi- ment the corn is placed in the due of all his property among the silo the fermentative germs stirt North Congregational Church of New into life and liegin to evolve carbonic This being heavier than buryport the Home Missionary Society acid ga and the American Board of Commis- air sinks at pnee to tljc bottom sioners for foreign missions in equal and forms as it ware a5 pooh Mliieh rising higher as if it wore Msatfirrdrfvcs shares Two hundred and fifty thousand out tho air that was in the cells of tho dollars has lieen subscribed for the now plant and the interstices toftno lensil e missionary school to bo opened in Chi Â¬ age until the top is reached fermentative germs iircnni B John cago by Moody and Sankey 100030 Mrs Georgo nicrscd in a bath of carbonic acid gas Farwell gives McCormick is down for 60000 and the they aro removed and the fermentation 100000 is subscribed in at once stops The product is as it remaining were hermetically sealed all further sums of 1000 and less While I am hero I will be a child decoy is arrested andjthe product re- Â¬ at home with my God the whole world mains in Statu quo IHic life of these shall be His house to mo and when I germs is supported ayis all life upon ascend into the upper chamber I shall the oxygen that is contained in the air not change my company nor even which is brought into the silo either in change the house I shall only go to the ensilage itself or in the interstices between Tho longer their supply of dwell in the upper story of the Lord oxygen lasts the longer is their life house forever Spurgeon and it will be seen therefore that the A writer in the Popular Science arid tho Monthly says college work is by no more rapidly the silo is filled more quickly and effectually thq air mentis injurious to female students is pressed out of the silo the less oxygen Young women in college aro in far betÂ¬ ter health than young women in society there will be for the germs to live upon tho more quickly they are health r as seniors than they wore and own accomplish their as freihmen and average fewer cases will of illness than are shown in mens col- death by drowning in carbonic leges while statistics show that they acid gos What is known as wilting enjoy a sum total of twenty per cent or the destruction of the firm texture better health than the average woman of the fiber and the cells of the plant materially aids the weights which Henry D Coggswell of San Fran-- To lve really is to act energeticalLifo is a batto to be fought val 2 mt Thu Trm-j-a- o trl hVornU ngse Correspond- - Dear and most respectfully esteemed son Slay one- Who stands to you in the tender and eVcn affectionate not to say intimate- relation of father for which privilege I hope- I am not un- Â¬ duly grateful bo permitted to plead the brevity of human life among other things of far lesser importance as ono of the many reasons of whichI am - I - f Â¬ fcliejnio-mont-th- however none tho loss sensible be- Â¬ lieve me resected sir for ctirtaiing which follow tho brief suggestions heroin to their narrowest limits com Â¬ patible with a clear understanding of the matters which it is my respectful ambition to urge upon your attention to which end I beg your indulgence for pnly a brief portion of tho current year It appeared to me during your recent visit at the humble home which it is my good fortune to share with you that I could detect at porhops not infrequent intervals as it were cer Â¬ tain defects of extravagance rather than faults in your conduct and recre- Â¬ ations which I am constrained to deem it my duty as a father whoso sense of faithfulness to his children is ever striving for tho mastory with that other sense of the respectful attitude which he should carefully and circumspectly maintain toward them to direct your earnest attention to with a i icw to thoir correction if I may be so bold But alas the flight of time reminds me noeil 1 say that human life is all too short for the complete and satisfac Â¬ tory performance of those tasks and duties whether solf imposcd or as Â¬ signed to our hands by an all wise and and I now overruling Providence perceive that although I have already exceeded the limit of time and space allotted to me for tho writing of this letter I have not as yet completed tho preparatory introduction to the exor- Â¬ dium of the same and must of neces- Â¬ sity therefore perforce submit to tho further postponing of tho thing if I may be pardoned for using so monosyl- Â¬ labic a word when a much longer ono would havo much worse answered my purpose and rendered my meaning far more unintelligible which it was my earnest and most respectful desire to Your grand- Â¬ communicate to you father wishes me to convey to you his most dutiful assurances of his contin- Â¬ ued ami most distinguished considera- Â¬ tion and 1 beg leave to subscribe my- Â¬ self my dear son as ono who has tho honor to be very respectfully your obedient father Attention has often boon called to the impoitanco of pure water for drinking i nd other purposes by our scientific friends who warn us of tho dire effectsÂ¬ ef impure water Water i3 often im Â¬ pure whon its impurity is not mistrust ed Impurity is mainly caused by drainage A well acta as a drain in proportion to its depth We know that the deeper the ditch tho greater width itwill drain When a ditch is out in poaty soil wator oozes into tho ditch from top to bottom Unless it rains tho wator ceases to come in at tho top ot the ditch and this cessation continues If a down as the wator is exhausted ditch three feet deep drains tlio soil from two rods on cithor side a well twenty feet deep would drain impuri tie from a much greater distance The water drained from a great distance would bo woll filtered while that from near the woll would l more impure Typhoid fever and other kindred dis- Â¬ eases hae been spread by tho drain Â¬ age into wells Four years ago I was visitingjn a hoavily timbercd country with slightly rolling clay land Cellars could not bo used unless a sufficient elevation could bo had to allowed of drainage The roots in the ground con It Commend Farmers for Various lteavn FOUND AT THE CASH HUMPHREYS D3EuXEB37irBQE Cloth lift f JT3 Ce4d Binding Wi4 ran Biu iut ma r o v M ISfrariBf T urrornuarM GROCERY OF- HOUSE Fever - J ox D utw urnria retw rilnz l oii r ic ioiukoi imiuh or Attnlt Diarrhea ul ChildrenHilion a lobe IljnenteryGTvnr CIaIvb Unrhua UrorhU ioMhCL CTTrnigia ArrvZi Tv Icadaene wick imw ItOrBU - I or nation InfUmmattmw - ilsoi cc2 nucz 91 M 9 zr Si 55 2 2 25 25 HOMEOPATHIC tooPwfmaPirWi IrOUP CoOltn wincnnjrrwnM Wlille pi 11 K--J- iS alt HHCHIB rrr iw- wytwi North Second Street A full and complete stock of ttarrh lnfinrna xd n jCrnrrul lrMIUyFhji- -- l lies HUM or 4 Abhj jil Jtatam - H ad 50 Mi 5D Wki i STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned oods Green and Uried 2Priiit t bafcl by llnuntmu w price- BlirtlBJilaaSBKUE ta SPEC1 F1Q8 PP iikaiw I WtMn UmI if thw Hewfl 1 lritmtK lftO SO lOO tacnpt J VaMnM XJ i Tiieophilus La Lafayette St 1887 Amos Berkiegii WE AND OUIt SONS Â¬ Â¬ cisco has devoted 1000000 to the founding of a school of technology where any boy or girl over fourteen years of age shall receive free instruc- Â¬ tion in those practical studies in which the common school systoiu is deficient Pupils will first be instructed in the use of tools and how to handle them Suc ceeding to this preliminary teaching the pupils will Ins carried by easy and regular gradations through a four years course at the end of which time the graduato is expected to be turned out a finished workman Chicagolner Ocean WIT AND WISDOM Ef vo want a jrood se use rit one ob a lazy man Judge The heart is a magnet whoso op II W posite poles are sorrow and joy kins Proverbs A small boy and a gun arc harm- Â¬ less when apart but they mnke a ter rible combination It is all right to build a castle in the air provided you can manage te put a foundation under it afterward -- jrtJ ttrvrfcan - Chicago Ttmu A St Louis woman has invented sib next to me and to think its you a wash board for which sho has boor Im ever so glad ofiered 3000 It has a pocket in it U hold a cud of gum Im more than glad And Ive a GRATUITOUS ADVICE whole pound of caramels You ask in what poets can be use And lVe marshniollows in this ful Simply this in permeating civil- Â¬ Lofty Mrs Pompadour Experience With package a Youi- i- Woman llry Gooils Clerk ization with light Art for arts sake How lovelyV The assurance of the average young may be very fine but art for progress Its to 3 lovely to think of our having woman clerk is simply refreshing is finer still--- - Victor Hugo soats right toeiir Nothing daunts her And the manner Do not imagine my boy that you Ive dozens of things to toll you in which she airs her opinions and aro the luminary around which society And I you And I dont care a bit preferences indicates a degree of gall revolves The cock imagines that his for this old concert that would make the fortune of a book crowing awakens the sun but the fact Nor I I only came because every agent or lightning rod man is the sun awakens the cock Boston body else did and because Madam Madame rompadour lofty Transcript Screamer is to wear two now cos- Â¬ and frigid as an icicle sails I hez bin movin round on top tumes haughtily up to the lace counter ami dis yairtli moos eighty yars now an Js she How lovely Imsogladl demands that some jetted oscurial lace it am my solemn belief dat de pussou came be shown her The frijH lsd and banged who pays do least attcnshiin to dc So am I particularly since vouro young woman behind the counter weather enjoys lifo thirty three per horc coolly sticks Iier peneil back of hor car cent de best How good of you to say so ami says An esteemed cotomporary excited- Â¬ Ive becu counting- tho now bon-Â¬ Escurial lace yesm Wc have the ly demands to know For whom w s ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT nets newest patterns but its not worn as the Wc think that rrth made Have you I counted nearly ono much as it was last year What did question will have to bo d jded by ar- Â¬ Vliy Stock IlalnQT Should Carefully Study hundred at our church yesterday you wish it for please the Idecta i f food Â¬ bitration There a great uny claimThere are more than that horc to-Â¬ The cattle and horses raised on the For trimming a black silk says ants Ijowell Citizen day And somo of thorn ate just loctly farni ara justiwhat their trjospectivc madam coldly Ye School Masters Way breeders miko of them foi thoir charÂ¬ Ill show yon whore they arc Theres Oh why dont you get black passe- Â¬ Right learned is ye edagoguc menterie then Fulle apt to reaJo and spelle Its worn almost en- Â¬ acter and usefulness in after life de ono at tho ond of the first row on tho And eke to teache ye parts ol speccho tirely Now if were you Id get me pond almost entirely upon the manner loft side in the dross circle Ami strap ye urchins welle ii Isnt it lovely in which they are treated when young as tis raewte to soake ye feete For Perfectly so Show me the lace if yon please The feeding of animals to the host ad- Â¬ Ye aittBge beade to mendo Yc yonkers fate to htlmulate Yos and thorj comes Madamo miss says madam in a tone calcula Â¬ vantage is a very simple matter with lie beats ye other onde How do you like her cos- Â¬ ted to make ones blood run cold those who thoroughly understand the Screamer John O Saxe But Mis Cash quite undaunted says composition of the animal body and tume What He Saw Housekeeper You what they need to produce tho desired Do you like it Oh certainly maam but really seem to bo regarding that pie very in- Â¬ No not much laec is worn little this spring and effects Failure in feeding is gonurally tently Do you sec any thing in it the result I think itsAornU passementerie is to fashionable and of this knowl- Â¬ Tramp Yes madam I do House- Â¬ edge and of ignorance the farmer or Bo tako some moro cara- Â¬ So do condescendingly the better I think it would keeper For heavens sake what j look well on yon Now it dont look so stock raiser nndorstapdji thoclcmenta mels I wtll if youll tako more of my well on at least not a great deal Tramp I sec horrible sleepless nightsÂ¬ which compose the animal structure of I sec terrible dreams visions of reof it for Im so his cattle and hQBsesvtheboftcrwiftbe marshnialluws Will you havo the kindnossto lot morseless dragons Madam I am poor his success in raising them Let us not stay any longer and hungry but I can not eat mines Very well Well go out and look mo see the laee I asked for Every part of that bpiis continudly Oh certainly was just looking for pie Bring on tho wine and charlotte woaring away aiyL tfjjoursjpmust be at tho now bonnets in MadamcyFlowers a new pattern in passementerie I feel russo Puck supplied and bo contained in the iood windows A father never thinks his sure youd like better than the lace Thatll bo lovely given to them dailyjnud it is hercthat son is stronger than a horse until tho breeder uses hisknowlioof flie - So it mil oh here it is Now if were you Id he employs him to turn the grindstone eloments requii T And thcygo make my dress with a ei ant feeds his jjtock Which is too lovely you going to let me see that to sharpen the old a to thatis about as accordingly soaS to reap the best re-Â¬ dre for all who sharp at one end as at the other Tho sults with iholeistp03sblaopqnOj lace asks madam frigidly sat within flTtceirfeot of thorn Betroil old man boars on until tho lads cyos i And you dont like the passemen- Â¬ In raising young stock it is not only Free Press terie We are selling a groat deal of hang out and his trowser buckles flies Lthcjiiateuial oLthaJuodvvtiiathastG bo J Discreet to Say the Least it Oh how wonld you like a narrow off and just bofore he bursts a bfi od WlfutlUl1 tivtITfliJgafgliiyo ma l band of the passem enteric as a heading vessel his father cncourage5 IiimTvlth tonal supplied lor new growth anil Ho applied at polico hoadquartars for Tlnoo ir titrn ltur1 to your lace I slmuhl think youd thf mmfiriiMi 44ttir4 stoikf tHsi Should I bo a position oiitiicrcefgrec He did Thousands of boys have run away from Mwfll g5 totthe not look SMf Kotvas tho right kind of like it J wenld It would look well on homo and became pirates and desper Strjngtheniis fo3dif hu a jmuscle j Myi s you Being so large you know you ilefconmentl a man to handlo the rough customers tiuura 111 UlUCI w v i upu sucuiiu sei o rather than flesh Nevpr feed on strict- - Jahe could wear more trimming than I could pollca have to deal with so one of at the grindstone Texas Eiflings Here is a levcly pattern iu escurial Iy fattening fo j1 for a caf or cow can j the policqmon just for the joke asked sow Willi tuts narrow pa6sc lace Courting With a Brass Band bojtamA tb dMtJf myjbeing fed on him what ho would do if ho had to mentcrio it corn alonerivhiIolTio may ho so fat arrost a drunken able bodied Austin Charloy I hoar your girl has gono thcycan bn I dont want any passoniBntoric hack illy move The bono and I bruiser who was public figljt bn you miss muscle iiuufcibb supplied with Inotirh What would J do Thats right No Its very stylish A friend of raent ami all parts built up aliko Yes what would you do What was tho trouble i lyi mine has just had a black silk niodo honitliJand good form avfien Ifuliy How do I know what I would do She got mad because Pcourted hor with ten ynnls of wide passementerio matured I reckon the first thing Iypuld do with a brass band if-on Keally 1 havnt seen any laee The young stock does not need any would be to wait and see what he was Well that uras u peculiar melhdS worn on silks made this season Now fattening food at all and should not gojng to do Texas Silings if were in your place Id at least DiiciEiiouiu uiinicstio would iiavcfelt have it supplied for flesh is not what complimented rather than angry have eight or nlno of these jot orna- Â¬ jBhouh be desired at this ymo Jrd- How She Understood It She didnL She said sho wouldnt ments on a panel at tho side or how sleek-loohnvo any thins to do with n follow who though itmay givo tliem a were you thinking of having vour dress 4 A ypung man wjio was contemplat- Â¬ but lhe ban effects couldnt come to tin front with a solid I ing aprfarance will not made thus produced Justify tiro ex ing matrimony opo dny called upon Washington CriLc This is more than a Pompadour gold ring TperimtJuV large framo should ab tho lady ofhisclioicc witii a painful can endure and tho madam stalks out ways be- - aimed nr and they should be iiiiiuiuiiuiiieiiu A Successful Boycott while her would be friend and ad isor rl ive just mauu a junrci luu sum ir lyii tutu una uujutii 111 iuw lor iu ia shifts hor chewing gum to the othoi Say Titmarsh Jts about time you always nlejsfrablo to have both for trtrt linrf iltcpnvrv side of hor mouth and says to a partner cliangcd that shut breeding WhatisJgsTah and market purposes A in gall Oli Im boycotfag my washer WestcrjulliiumtaHf Im a somnambulist Vr SITU Dont believe she wanted any Ihiny woman OhisMaall Religion makcrno The Idea of putting escurial lace cm a Tie olij timer ivho lias not built What for difference to mc iWhy my father was black ilk uhen pssenienterte iall the Why she strmk for fifty cents a hog house should reflect when he a Catholic and mother was a Syedcn rage She nni t be crazy Zcnat dozen so Im boycotting her borgian but they got along just splcn N T I inws a basketful Of ora into mud Prairie farmer JDanc m Tid BUt r did Youth t Companion i- - tjut Â¬ awe-inspiri- should be placed upon the ensilage to drive outif he airjSuftpongJliQwevcr that the ensilage is ptaceu slowry with- Â¬ in the silos and that no weights are supplied The quantity of air and ox gen is sufficient therefore to allow fora rapid arifl enormous dttvalopmcnt of the foHnontative germs - In lii lng they generate heat and this heat in tho course of a few days will rise so rapidly that the heat itself will destroy them This bv experiment has been ascertained to be about 122 degrees Fahrenheit but before this heat is at- Â¬ tained certain aeids and products for eirn to that contained in the cniilarc in its green state are produced Among thee ore alcohol acetic and lactic acid and still later butyric acid a most offensive and unwholesome produc- Â¬ tion It is the formation of these chem Â¬ ical products the direct result of de- Â¬ cay and putrefaction which gives toon silage that strong unwholesome smell to which nearly if not all the failures can be directly attributable If the en- Â¬ silage has been subjected to careful so that just the degree manipulation of boat has boon obtained throughout tho entire mass necessary to kill tho fermentative germs but before tho process of decay has gone so far as to produce a more noxious chemical pro- Â¬ duct what is termed sweet ensilago is got This sweet ensilage has a strong pleasant odor the starch has beon simply converted into glucose or grape sugar and the feeding value has This not been seriously impaired method of curing ensilage has been warmly advocated by many well known chemists and othqrs Where however air insufficient to produce tho necessary degree of heat to kill the germ has been leit in the silo and their terra of life has been lengthened be Â¬ yond what it ought to be certain acids have been formed iu large quantities giving a decidedly sour smell to the product but not particularly injurious I to stock Agriculture college last month bills to the amount of 8iG7 which you had contracted at several restaurants a livery stable and one or two other places not necessary to itemize were presented to me I paid the same but have charged tho amount against your allowance this quarter which will leave you so short I fear you will be reduced to the neces Â¬ sity of going out where you can see tho town clock when you want to know the time of day I dont want to bo hard on you but you arc old enough now to know that money doesnt grow on trees If yon dont know it by the end of the quarter go out into tho woods and try and shake some down This leaves us all in good health and hopo you are the same Your mother and sister send love and your grand Â¬ mother sends you 20 which for prn dential reasons aforosad I withhold until later advices Have said nothing Dear Bon After you wont back to to her about your pranks Your affectionate father T L Stamsberry Burdetle in Brooklyn Eagle AT THE CONCERT How TwoSoclctyAncelsSnccectlcrt In Hav Â¬ ing a Good Time ducted the surface water into cellars also into the wells to such ra extent that the water tasted badly Stones suitable for walling could not Ikj had in the vicinity The following plan was adopted upon my advice A shaft five feet square was sunk to a depth of six feot In this a curb was placed so as to leavo six inches between the curb and the walls This intervening space was filled with small stones and water lime JJUOliiuOu uLilliliy cement This cement wall was then X A plastered with water lime In tho bot-Â¬ tom of this square shaft a round well a little more than three feet in diame- Â¬ ter was bogun and as it was sunk two coats of the water lime cement were put on the walls Care was ucd to OTT3R33S make the joining between the squaro Scratch Cstret 1 Sciatica on and round parts of the wall water- Â¬ Lumbago JIsot Sfraias tight with cement At twenty feet Eruption- Strains Bhenrnatwre deep sand was reached and our well Stitche XoAi Surafi Stxt r EtUTJciati Scales He The game is up digger said tsrx- Backacke Etiags found however that he could dig one GIYE TIIIS IIOUSE Bite foot and cement it instead of taking Sac lis 31 Brnisij Satm four feet at ono time The well was Bunioar continued until water was reached at Corns Cracfa A tub four forty feet in quicksand THIS GOOD CLD 3TAWD EY feet in depth was sunk and a cement aeeowpUibesrortnijfcoilyrMpftljr nlwfr aun connection made with its top to the ce- Â¬ J t forlt OntotjMimtmtitLs 9 ment wall Plenty of good wator has the Mustang IMwal fe foalaM MiT ril Srjtl-iiicJ-liIle-been supplied ever since I beitlng them all making the hot oppIicatir Tli JnrairmaHelllearr roTho frost would break the walls grade of ThcHiiUwclfeflanforjiaialfttMWTi it was said as wells twenty feet deep TUcCniaeriieatrorllteaa-lh-r- i had been known to freeze over in the The tfccbublc aerih It aiars bench vicinity Two layers of two inch plank T h o 31 nr wrOm tt m cart of raawfTT1 were put over the top and a good The rianceriawittt eantfta t Kj it three inch cylinder iron pump with one The Farmer ami iiin U boum lts tc sail hti sinck jtrd and one fourth inch gas pipe for tubing The SteanibentmnnortJw Bmlnwan was put in the well A late examina- Â¬ HE HAS A IJIG S POCK OX HAND It In ItberatMpplraaaatamlavlMmw tion showed no failure whatever in the Jt a U The narse Jiiaelrr also cement or in any part of the work The friead awl aafot rcllasce The tiaek erwr aetils ft It wJ3 3m great care taken to prevent the effects thmnaiaCs of dolUrm ami a wortrt f uoaMr of frost is not needed further south or TIinCallrsnBMaatXJsliiailviawl where the well is in a building Where kwsaBllfelsaroaMoracciirt aanJJ- fa nir Pays highest cash price for The KueltivM4aaMia neatla It Tl re there is less danger of frosts the cc Inglke It as ai antidote for tlie la xr to j montingon the sides of tho well can be ltab and comfi t wuc2t sarroui il Use pi nr r Cir- Â¬ commenced nearer the surface The Merchant aaeaa teaboot kawtere nl hfe employees Aicideal wUI lnrf cular brick or stones can be used intkeMeoataeXrouogLtaiaBrmairei stead of the grout where they can be Keen3tle lathe lioaac Th t procured Common sense teaches us reoeomj that a well constructed in this manner Iveey a Bcttls Ic He Tori c rr iu Jil I is of CM In caae of accident csve must remain free from surrounding Keep a Bottl Always ir to ial impurities if twenty or more feet deep ise iThfR nnuteJ Such wells would prove of great value to all who get their water from wells Particularly in villages and where BETTER THAU wells arc nonr stables is this plan worthy of adoption It commends op itself not only for its intrinsic value and purty of water but also for economy of construction F C Cur lis in Prairie Farmer and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Strictly CASH Basis iexioan mmmm The best goods are very kept and sold close margin for cash Liniment A T M BABLOW SJ 1 i - H U L Ii U JLia 1 - Meal and Coal - - 1 Â¬ WHEAT A D -- RUFF Whalebone Horn KEEP ONLY THE BEST Why Erery Cow In tho Herd Should Up Why Mamie is this yo Why Sadie x it possiblcV IIowht you happen to got the soat next to mine got the soat for mo How perfectly Oh perfectly T vo just been wondoring who would 1 o voly so Idont fcnour really Brother Jack I i ld 2V k- if to the Highest Stauilard In dairying as in every other kind of busiuoss what it pays to do at all it pays to do well It is not a mark of economy or good judgment to keep a lot of nondescripts in a hord of milch cows a lot of indifferent or noarly worthless creatures to keep down the average and reduce profits It costs no more to keep good cows than poor ones Every member of the herd should be up to the highest possible standard In this line of thought and suggestion a writer says If the farmer finds sheep profitable on his hill pastures he studies their peculiar- Â¬ ities calculates tho market and finds what is for his interest to breed whether for wool or for mutton or both and shapes his course accoiding ly So in tho dairy if fine butter is to be tho specialty cows that give a good quantity of rich milk are desirable Vory likoly the mind will run to the comely Jerseys for in this breed it will bo conceded we have the best dis- Â¬ tinctively butter cow But every cow of whchovcr breed may bo chosen will not possess to a deÂ¬ sirable degree those qualities which will make hor continuance in the dairy desirable Not overy cow because sho happens to havo Jersey blood in her veins will make butter of a quantity which will suit tho present fastidious-Â¬ ness of tho market One cow of a dairy may givo a good quality of milk but her butter lack good color and even right texture Ono cow of this kind in a herd will deteriorate the product of several bettor ones if the cream is all churjied together Tho patrons of creamery a portion of them may have cows deficient in tho particulars just named If there are quite a numlior of such cows comprised within the circuit of tho cream gather- Â¬ ers route tho product turned out at the creamery will be effected more or less The butter will be lacking in that texture which is very desirable to suit the palato of a fastidious market The work of color can be remedied but it is not so satisfactory to customers when told that thoir butter is artificially col- Â¬ or d The natural rich golden product is what makos a market for itsolf at good prices Here thon is a study for tho dairy Â¬ man What is for tho interest of all patrons is for the good of each individ- Â¬ ual Every patron is bound by a sel-Â¬ fish interest if by no other motive to make his individual herd of cows first class in every respect for it is only by having first class cream that first class butter can be made Tho individual may think his one or two cows in so largo a number as the aggregate will make no difference and so may his neighbors on his right hand and on his loft hand and over on tho cross roads and among thpm all they defeat tho ends most desirable to gain as good butter product as can bo made Itis not good economy to keep a cow which docs not 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