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Digital page images are linked to the text file. feleJ 5 w I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DROPPING DOWN X JULY 6 1887 RIVER mar f i YOLTTME I UMBEll - 3 THE CLIMAX rUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE SPECIAL e BARGAINS Climax PKICB Printing Col rEIl YEAR f 200 Big Prices will not do in these times wken even the wealthy can not af FRENCH TIPTON Wit G WHITE editors ford to waste their money and the poor require double duty of every dollar and every penny Professional Cards Ah our prices change with eaeli days arrival of new goods it will be impossible to give quotations but it will be our aim to name figures that will comiielyou in seir defense to buy from us We deal in good goods and not trash and believe the mattes will patronize lliat house that bells the best eoods fti- - the least money Among our daily arrivals we shall place before our people some land slides that are positively beyond the wlup r of competition comparison or SSTOFFICE Malu street two doors monoply Prices that will leach on in the silent logic f truth the difference lietween dealing with lie and with ilead men lietween the casli and credit system between I lie right and the wrong auy Unoti our counters will be thrown above Second day after day new arrivals at Panic Prices We shall afler such unanswerable arguments as no oilier house can match can ofler stem and stubborn facts will level your heml on C MORGAN D D S Leaders and specialties at quotations that no other househear the rices that crowd our store that will find some bargains the subject of Bargains This i the miit ie come and j ou that will repay you for comhiir We invite an early ami repeated visit and inspection Our stock will he replenished every few days and respeolfuly submitted to the trade only Our stock consists of all first class swing and tSTOFFICE Mam street over Mndi summer goods and they will lie saeinoedJuJmliuHnl Cash of price8 Yon can find any thing yon want in Dry Goods Notions fcon Natioual Bank Richmond Ky Faus Trunks Carjels Umbrellas Hats Boots Shoes and many other things too numerous to mention J DR J M POYNTZ AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Second street over MadiOFFICE son County Drug Store Â¬ EST CJLTA AKD SETE XJS Proprietors AT ONCE Busy Bee -- 8 Cosh Store Richmond Ky G W EVANS M D Â¬ AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street over Madi son County Drug Store Shackelford GentryWaiter O 02 - DR T J TAYLOR Piactitiouer in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Fecond street over Madi- Â¬ son County Drug Store ARE AGENTS FOR THE Wood Harvesting and Mowing Machines DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs DR U- - C AMBROSE s o Â¬ fcJD FOIU KY OHiee hours 2 to 4 oclock in the afBoards at Sir J C L tckeys ternoon 02 O O w t B Hardin W Bright A M M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON son County Drugstore I want it distinctly understood that I am the only one iu Richmond that un- Â¬ derstands the thorough use of the Microscope and Chemistry as applied to examinations of tissues and fluid of the human body I only mention this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ 23mchly tion RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street over Madi- Â¬ sfrsriasaa2 - tejgmPllliJ A F BllECK IF YOU WANT A O OOB E MiLGHIMS O IVXS US A GAIal W WIGGINS WIGGI MS BREOK PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special atienlion given to abstracting titles to lauds iu Eastern Kentucky Office Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Streets up stairs Huilders Hardware and Standing Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to he finest Mansion at city prices We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will not delay your work We also carry a nice line of E T BURNAM Attorney at Lam RICHMOND KENTUCKY A F OFFICE with iiuiii on First Street R Bur LESXRTGTOBJ BEXS COOK STOVE1S and RANGES JLNT P Sk jE1 Attorney at Miller J A SULLIVAN Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills etc IRON MANTELS AND GRATES Xzaw octC BLASTING POWDER entw w as wW jst RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE mi First street same as formerly occupied by County Judge ly Ek IShW Attorney atKYlaaw RICHMOND Garuett House Office on Second street JOE S BRONSTON rj tmtX JDYVAMITEr CLAY FIRE BRICK AND FIRE twv- - n tPsat vsWS eSEtBicdSa Eik e33 LcsTBbM next door to Attorney atKYIaw RICHMOND Office on Second T J SCOTT Street Attorney atKYIa ra RICHMOND Office on Second C S POWELL Street Attorney atand adjoining Iaw Will practice in Madison counties ana In the Court of Apieala Office in Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office A J REED ESTATE The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full REAL AND INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH line of Staple and Eancy Groceries his prices the lowest His goods are the best and jiaus Agent RICHMOND KY Fells rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Estate on reasonable terms and represents first class Fire and Life ln faurance Companies Office In J C Lytert Clothing Store HEW TaTE YY FIM aS2ffift itm RBGSST frPsTfon sm 3BV C5- - CLUDE HAVE SMITH CO and wellBelected line of WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO thle trade that we have a large CLOTHING FD OPENED A NEW Hardware Store onWest Main Street They carry a general lino of vSOi AND PALEN tke libcrtT to nst h oraef of tkeir tlaiiing a Fuy i la Hie fotowtag niined WELL- - c TKATMEW Y HATS TRuiarK ITAIalSSS- Etc in which you can find the ur PACr wcE- lnr- tcs1 cosjyII AtK Tiot F- - LK ca aiuva urs m JILirV HEAOACHtR i in i i Hardware Tinware Stoves and Groceries They have the newest aDd best goods and will sell for CASH at the lowest TlriPM- BEST GrQCXBS laovn pcnH wlw bye vV f lion dir Tvciteut r of C WiUiam r the FmiGW f 11 n f ID D KtSty MBb r fcuh or TCJ4UJ p kev Victor L Conrad Mi- - Lu ii r n Rev ChlS W Cnthinc Oacrrec Phill aadth rrvoassrioff jvluort N V Hon Wittam Peon Noon Edand me t or IntCTkem Chioigo 1I1 iaagc H V Vroomao aMiccks rll ac thojuids d othn In erwy rxm of th world J QaenemoKia V LJl COlPOUHOOXVCtH lTS MODE OF ACTION 1 the a book of -- U csently inn RESULTS Starker tile of Palen winchtwo hundred pares girej to all loowrfn putiftthed by Dre md full Information as to this rcmaricaMe cuiatire agent ana a rpcora 01 T I cures la a wide range of chronic cases many ofthea after beinC aHJxtoned to die by ottwr pbysicia 1 1 T LfJNf v d3r iti i n l nf th fr Mr Smith in a practical tinner of LATEST STYLES several years experience ami ne w u do nil kimlx at tin work rooflDg and and THK LOWEST PRICES repairing iu the best style at lowest rates will be maflai free to any addnss on application t - Drs STARKEY i PALEN 1527 1529 Arch St Phila Pr ENGINES or aa etses The ftaons 7o tjufld TRACTIOS and roBTAs EON AN2A TH8HER f wfieat -- ta flax dpver pCMatuJ aH scos aadgraan Agents Jjun IlEVOLVEiaSTSAWSTACKERPtabAW Todd We do riot intend to be UNDERSOLD IfltTdto mir customers we say wo will THE give you full value tor every uouar in Are situated on Main Street two doors vted u iih ua ami we lirce you to from McKpV corner where you rail give us an earlycnll- always find a fresli supply of Bebf W-- B Pkesh Pohk Mutton Lamb Lakd tSt r Err Cured maats of all kinds Coun At McKebb Old Standi try Produce taken In exchange Meats mch30 lyr mar delivered free of charge Crandall BUTCHERS S WMiSJg jv tM f A -- Indiana yMVaL VJESs HSS jSjji WHITE 7 sf f xrJi ipivi r - - r szAm - jttxvJtajvjxx ircAi - TnTrf TTT J- H A ji- D - fc AX NEBRASKAS XBTftOitblS clamoring for the execution was natu- Â¬ ral enough but Unit in a oily hfce Louievifle 15H should devote the OorrotpotHleiiee of Tim CtiKAI hours of I heir weekly Itoliday to a vloit Omaha Nebraska June 18 1S37 We are dropping down Ufeii river On the avvre swiftly rWu lo the jnil - not to he aceoiintHl on I desire to remark uihmi Nebraska Till ve pwehaml reM forever any hypotiiesis creilitable to human ami iu jtiaiit City Omaha On tmt abure twrouil lit tklc nature Omaha Minuted ou the Mfeaowri the While vroMtlrirtlDC down the river capital of Douglas county ami the To a fatr inl brighter share KKNTUCKYS ILL1TEKACY metropolis of Nebraska is one of the Many frtemts Itoni ua unit seer Loataville Cniiiereialt Here to mdK and love no morii finest cities in the West It was eHtab TIio Coirliuercial bns lieeri severely lMied iu 1850 and in 1S60 contained They have paw ail on to forever crltiCiiod by the Demoeraiitt press of 501 inhabitants in 1S6 59U0 iu 1870 Het In hriiK BMmlty the State for telling the tiutli abtHit tiie 1GS3 iu ISfcO 0SI5 and iu 18tt7 Early they luve left Ue river LINCOLN HALL BEREA COLLEGE For the calm and tianqml k wolul aiiiiMinl of illiteracy in Ken- Â¬ nearly 1U0WX 1 am almost irafd to tucky It appears to be a iiectiliarity write fucli a table but it U what Dumcatkd TtraaoAV J Mourn not Ihen the hearts tlmteer tT tSS7 acitvr a bmmtk with 91tb aoor of ninny ol our Democratic contempo Tbo HiajMltini mny besMl the record show Mid has already been finish or massive oak ik ATimia rkslisk srvta C rfBno Soon well Join ilie n to forever raries that their ivarty mu t be defend publiehHl time and again AeeonliHg urrnioK Sin the prelaw of our Uod ed at all hazards no matter how Just to C Ii s c Wiiaiaia this the iuereae lias been in tiie lnt TO UKKKfl Berea Ky MUSES IX tho aeeiiMtlon is The Commercial two years upwards of 1600 every AXHtliA however ha not ehurgwl that 330100 mouth Notwithstanding this mar ISJitl raiSIt EDITORS These letters statwl far CkairtaiiqiiB KetiluckiaiiH over ten years of age ate veiwusly rapid stride it is increasing ette of Literary and SefcmtMfe Maw Orleans Tl we Palatum t I illiterate because the Democratic lwrty more rapidly now than ever before f tiie FUSG OOTTillt shkt3foiin lias had control of the otlloes ail these The influx of people is so enormous Sir Bdert Hleks MeittUey of Suffiilk the ost vaiwabte wrgaotaaHimu im iwteWgent ears It is probable that if the Re Â¬ lliat the present number or dwelling EHgland wlto represents a syndicate uiueteetith reHlury WadilitKloti rost j of leading EhkIMi capitalMs is on his man or uottxm In AmerieH eaM allord General Lee of Virginia will accom Â¬ publicans had been in power a similar houses dues not at nil meet the dement Htove eouditiou tif ailitirs would exist Every altliough new ones are hastily- - nnnplet way to Texas and Soutlieru California to remain ignore it f lUhi Â¬ pany the Bohert ELee Corps of Con alBed tiie federate veterans to Boston wliere tliey citizeu of the State bhould lake a pride ed daily It is estimated lliat if the ti in nect lantli tliere ottered for sale meiit which is se efcieefot in remedying such a monstrous evil city increase at the tame rate it has for In resiMiie to umMioMi ifMauiHletl dearest iitrests of humaa Mt Itie will be guests of John A Andrews a eotie Iostof theG A R What did you Neither Republicans nor Democrat- the past ten years iu 1S85 it will con- Â¬ by the reiiorter Mr Meiidley sakl AmerieaHe area retwHig rWft4i wlileh out the stain by abtiiing each tain 225000 people and there eems resent mi tikm Is to seeure if glance at the seneatiwial My suy John Sherman We oant quite can wipe j uook eotmlerprnra9 Ihe hear thai last remark of yutire SKaU other The wrong exists and it should to be good reason to supjioee that such possible grazing laiMls that will be of fills many a hlgli ami character as sad need there m amtotg be righted the same temiieroture tin Dont be afraid will be Hie case Several er dine of Mving awl thrkiwg The thofce of Notliern Arabia 9 Omaha the commercial center of a nor only exMs but it Mt for It TH8 MEXICAN LAND GKANT the ex- THE BLOODY CIIA3M vst tract of country com priMiig seven Knglish gentlemen uVsle to try rearing need MasigolBeanl Jaet that the Chnlaip Louisville Times peiimeiit on a large scale irf yew Vork SStar This area in Â¬ stale and territoiies Arabian burses on Aineriean soil Literary and SeietitiHe drele wlkii There is a growiug impression thai It iouW be well fur Senator Slier the Supreme Court of the United States cludes many vnualile mines ami some tir It wsaiil tliere are iorthHs of Lower was organised for the pWr of si miin and other wavers of tile bloody went ofFluilf cwlted when it rendered of the tin est agricultural html iu the California Aria urn awl Texas where plviiig this need has hi the Afat eight world producing hay wheat and cfii shht to take instruction from the ac Â¬ its decision upon tho Maxwell-laud-gran- t of soil ami Cli Â¬ year- - of its existence enrolled more in abundance Through tills area too the same eharaelerioltes members of the Society of tion of the may be titan oue humired IImiumwmI aewbers grant was for pabs Originally the the great railway trunks of the mate as htaineJ iu Arabia stallions Has tlie C 1 S C proved itself eiual tho Army of the Potomac in inviting 100000 acres but by fraudulent survey found Willi tliorooghlMed the Society of tho Army of Northern it was swelled to more tluti 2000000 We t many of them converging to a himI dams it is believed a race of lunges to this self imposed task For an an- Â¬ point at thi- - place necessarily bring- Â¬ Virginia to meet them at next jeaia at the re acres Several years ago a Seeietary ing us the truflie produced by a large can be developed that under the judi Â¬ swer to this question eel e brut ion ou the twenly Hflh anninow in vogue ortis of the Chaulamjoa oltlee in Plain of tile Interior decided that the excels scope of territory The soil of the state cious system of training versary of the battle of Gettysburg was fraudulent and ordered a patent to N wonderfully rich ami productive would excel the original ArabiaiH iu fiekl N J showiug refiorls from more issue for the lesser number of acres but We have much of lie prairie but the jmiw er iMitiraiice and speed It sta nl tlmii forty tlHmsaml active working WHY GOULD DIKS a subservient Commissioner of the LuihI eye is now and then relieved hy the to reason tliat starling wilh tiie pure members of tlse C L S C a Ifet uf Cincinnati Enquirer thousand graduates f the pre Â¬ Office reversed the action of the Secre- Â¬ glide- - WimmI and given atklithHinl nutritUMi nine Every once iu a while they startle tary and a patent was issued for the tree and the hill ami as one in the way of varied gras es ami vege scribed four years eonrso hi reading this- - Iieautiful country he Wall tieet with n story Unit Jay gi enter area TheSupieme Court de along over salubrious ami local eireles for associated stnly in readily perceives tl at a divinity by a tlde food with a more Gould h dead ami stocks tumble cides that the Coiumi louer was war- Â¬ and a Kirer almospliefe the every corner of tle laud lhe wiy ex Â¬ combii atloii of circum- Â¬ climate Mr ranted in Lis action ami the decision fortuitous When they arc at their its orig- Â¬ pense connected with membership iu stances shateslhe events of a ihkuV breed can but inrove belter than this society is the annual fee of lifty Gouldn bunkers step in and buy Then turns qui of lioue and home hundreds Ihe counlry brings circum- Â¬ inal the priee go back to where tlify- - be- Â¬ of honest settlers and gives their all to life ami I am not deprecating your Ameri eeuls ami the cost f bowks aMwuut circumstance and link iiig to about seven dollars a year an long and the dead man laughs thebharks who bought fur a song the stance lo meet aunaN can stock but it is the firm belie of average f sixty cents a month Busy softly to himself and waits fur their old Mexican grant and stretched it oyer by link weaves a ciiain in the some of the most experienced turfman of history that shows superiority ami nest attempt to kill him world loss never leopte flnd lite requirements of Ihe C twenty limes the boundary it originally perfection ami savers of something of England that the possibilities tiiat lie iu LS C peenliariy adaptel to their culled for beyond the reach of ihe human hand yet een all the T1IKV CAN TAHT THK 1ITAZK Although limited opportunities for study while to this the lieel of a true Arabian TEXllR0Er EAl He S4es Mat how judiciously ihxiton Ulobe tliere - some ditlicully in securing the persons of leisure the special etiunea of superior hand linn woiked iu peopling yet money reading oflerevery fAeihty hr There is ix mistaking the state of the it w oukl liest Arabian bhiod now the East prior to the West Sfteeial DUpatch toTbe 1oU will place the liuest of Arabias herds work national mind so far a all atlemps to Midway Kv June IS The news have beeu dittkult indeed to induce a at th disposition or those who eau revive sectionalism ate eoneemwi iveoide to take ui their abode in a I lie raHile will not liave it Wlifttier lias readied iiere that Ten Broeek the country and settle it the greater por ailord tiie price Improvements in J eh we C Piekett only sow of Nathan been Pickett President f the Hwad Na Â¬ it is Hlierman in Oliio Tiiltle in Iowa fastest runner on earth has jost died tion of whkli was fores ruck ami transportation of late years have eighteen hmtrs great that lure is m trouble in hav Â¬ tional Bank Kokomo Indiana was Rosser in Virginia or Iairehild in after being siek about hill- - after having lived where things so every efKwt to Wow tilt with brain fever He is the property WieCiiMin ing them brought over to America arrestetl upon a warrant sworn out were accomplished with such etmipara embers of the old strife nto a llame U ofF B Harper of this county and tive case The 8il of this state is of a safely by II II Fried ley State agent for the was valued at 75000 reteiviil with a general Hihlic iiidilfei Koyal Insurance Company The Ma Mould varying iu KENTUCKYS kMPITATWX Phae- Â¬ rich vegetable Ten Broeek wastlieson of imp ence that i simily chilling fosh brothers now iu jail a notice of dejrfli from live to twelve ftet aud Is ton out of Fanny Holtwi she liy Lex- Â¬ which appeared several days ago hi the gra s crop of CovlBtjton ComRHHtweaUbl ington and wtw fiHtlded on Harpers enriched by tiie deeay of BANKS NATIONAL papers state tliat they were secretly The indications are tlwt it centuries M farm at Mldxvay iu 1S72 As i Of late years s much lias been Cinetnnati Commercial Oaaette takeu into the upper rear room of the iuland lake lie war a sickly looking colt was once the tied of a m Nirilirii newsiiar1 aboot Ken Â¬ Pickett McNeil hardware store ly The baiikiiij system of the United abundant fertility of the soil is tucky whisky ami di inking whfeky in never amounted to anything and the Mr Pk kett w here a contract was en- Â¬ States otlierwii e known as the nation- Â¬ and jHiiyeii by the fact Hint certain seetMitis Kentucky sonietines iu est but tered into between tliemeelves ami Mr Neither did his perforiiniiee as a three al hanking sjstemN the best halcvtr ear old attract attention At four have been croied for fifteen years in ofteiter by way of reiriMh tlutt tiie Pickett to burn t he Dixon Bloek They best j was devised by man and is the manures years of agehiwever lie developed in suwen ion wiiiotit the use nf lias gone abroad tliat tiie lie vple were to receive 25 apiece as a reward of any that has at this lime an exist Â¬ of the hlea to a remarkable hore and won famous hoiI with no rible diminution of Kentucky are jarelty much given to for burning the buihhug ami a niiii e country in the ence iu any commercial ttu i o races In this year 187G he lowered crone Fruits of ail kind- rnied iu a i t tiro world Its circulation is abwtlutelj for 2 miles at Lexington to 4091 and moderate climat e artf very iirtdinc and ItHUIta HI llllCIMCIiv lie sIhiwh by of as moth inure w ben he ofatamed hi can ai rtM f - gross mistake insurance money In aeenrdanee with is as secure as he Govern- secure It u miXIII ten days later at Churchill Downs ran of excellent uualii citing ortteial ftgures If tiie numlier tiie alaive agreement ou the night of meut and the whole people are at the tiie finest grazing coun- Â¬ -the fastest four miles ever known ud iiishes siiiie of hIooos is made the criterion there back of and at the bottom of tiie Gov- Â¬ It has been Ihe nat- Â¬ of less intemperance in Kentucky titan January IS after three attempts they 15J try in the world never equaled or suriwtsed sinee is succeeded m starting a Are iu some hay hors e aud the ern m out As a 5 J ear old lie um even speedier ural home of the wild in either of eighteen North rn states bullalo Its grasses are nutrition aud iueiuding New Jersey New York that bail beeu secreted in the eeilimc and iu a contest against lime on May Soon the entire three story bfoek was cat- Â¬ TIIK SOUTH ON TUB FLAGS lowered the re- Â¬ abundant are eagtrly tlevoured by Maseaehusetts w rapped iu flumes ami 390 24 at LoiiisYillp Coniieetieut Ohio worth Charleston News and Courier tle aud on it they readily fatten with- Â¬ Pennsylvania ami Bliode Haml cord for a mile to 130 This 1m never property was burned too is t be found To paraphrase Ooniiiimtder Fair bten beulen A week Inter he also ran out grain and her i Here are the figures Jn the census childs fervid abjuration mi the hand two mllea iu 22i which still stands much blue grass tl at almost rival- - that returns of 1880 the number of saloons w hicli grows in the proud state of Ken- Â¬ be paralyzed that would receive them as the record Tliere have been about fifteen eased proportioi to the Inhabitants in eaeh important iudus- - hi tucky But the spirit of eace and hk the token of a He xlno had the beet 3 mile record no State is given It is mil neeary to of HHsteo in the whtUs of the as luui union ami good will unless the spirit to 1884 when Drake Carter his iiilrvof xlralk is now as it lias copy the entire censui iue touowiug tills week Ah fort as they appear the spread if not uni- - lowered it to 621 at Sheepshead Bay nlways liefii Us live stoek mtere t will answer our purpose hesinceieaud wide patients are removed to an isolated vernl Tliey were lost on the Held of September t But this only increased which amounts to nearly SlOOOOOfaK In New Jersey 1 sahant to ever 179 bnihliug ami every precaution is being honor Better that they shall never his fame as it demonstrated the sires yearly Tiie easy aceees to the mar- Â¬ persons taken to prevent serious reswlts Ip lie returned Ihtin that they should come power to Imimrt to his get Ins iecd kets of the world and tiie eomiwra In New York 1 safoou to every 12 t this time only one denth lias requit tlveiy small pittance it riuires t persons back to us dishonored as the emblems aud staying qualilus ed that of Jas It Kinehetoe of Hop this industry of a shallow fui ehnod perpetrated in Ten Broeek was not trained in Ids raUe the stoek makes Iu Ohio 1 saloon to every 225 per- Â¬ kins ouuuty win lots beeu aH inmate very Itera- Â¬ the name of a reunited country form aud his first atari was witli the western farmer a for several years The dfciiaiau was 2 year-old sons tive one indeed The year IS60 seem- He wi at Lexington as n Iu Connecticut 1 saloon to every 286 brought to the asylum by a female em crisis for this HKGI6TBU OF LAND OFFICII persons beaten by Arislides and King Alfonso to have been an itkye w ho was exposed lo it w hile on state In that year it iiail not a mile Itepablicaii Lootvlll in this j ear Iu the fiftt Kentucky In iMassHchu ett 1 safoon lo every a visit to her mother in Ohl ami who ami not a liiowght she hml hml it mtH she was 215 persons The office known asRegiterd the Derby 1S75 lie was ljcutii by Aris- - ol railroad in its territory single bauk Now it lias 3000 tulhs Laud Office i a nuisance and should j tides Iu Peiin ylvanki 1 sahion to every taken siek after her retnm About more building ami 263 TIn duties of the lie dlieneed with As before btnted however it was not of railroad with half of the M0 patients have never had jersHis to day it has over 300 well established ofliie can he ilinjliaryetl by a clerk iu until his fourth year Hint lie become a In BlKMle Islaml 1 saleen to every tueashr and a gmai many muoa may banking institutions ihe Auditors ofUoe nt a great saving of great horse Iho greateet probably aud prosperous 290 ersons be leokeil for in spHeaf evry ptveau engaged in a lucrative business As to money to tiie State The Auditor ttiis country lum ever won if not in the hi Kentueky I sakaiu to every 155 tam HopkiittiVihV Smith Kentuck Omaha I would ay that the great person rejvirts sliuw the oflfce a very expen Â¬ world ian sive one Tiie cost for Ihe years from He was the hem of many a hard majority of people wiio make it atheir I Kentucky stands 2S iu the hL good i nea and make sue- homes tiid to 1885 shows t h iiniec ngainel race and beat all the contemporaries Kentucky makes good whaiky and Waller Sharp of Sbarpsbarg oflered becoming exceed Â¬ a giaal deal or it tlwt is bu iuess but tlieKal- - It it a MrtrtliiiK tact that of hits day except Lnrillardu great cese ninny of them a notable hit of tbaei at ewe uf Ihe By the way Hon the i eiidittirte for salaries has grow i Parole whom he never met but once ingly wealthy the great bulk of it goes tuthe North- Â¬ aHciHuati warehouses oue day last of from 88530 50 iu IS8610 the sum f This was at Baltimore in 1S77 iu a spe- Â¬ Clias Ollultn son ol Iviiitneky ern States that is for eoiisHinptiou lliere were 1W hoguheads of week may well feel proud has Since IS bO under the oteratinn of which S2 brought front cial nice against the great win of Learn whom she ll018Uin 1S83 to 17o0 money in the short time iKton and Tom Ochiltree Ten Eroeck made more here I nan lie would in two the Iucal 0Hhm law the numlier of Tite net proceeds of ihesaleti were SK was however out of condition aud had he lias been vhusus jiodbun politio saloons have been largely redueed 60076 au average of 1 1 77 per htmdred to lower lib colon to Parole who has yeaie lit his old home aud htt met To say malting of towns aud isolated Ttie Western Tobacco Journal saj s rblbxlelplilft TUtjS with such lauded siieeees that he would precincts tliere are counties with pop Â¬ Tiie- - misleiila erected dfWwood the since gained a number of conquests ou It is certain that Ibis ht of tobacco not return to Kentjcky were he assured ulations of 10000 15000 and 3100 Eaglibh soil innuumeiitM to celebrate their victories if ollered a month ago wenhl have H last appearance on a raee eoureo a practice thribble hit former one To whieh have not a sateou inside their failed to reaeii any wliere near prices in civil wars white their mtimiuieuip - ItoMtte was at the Lontevllle Jockey Clnb conclude Omaha the Cate City of the iKMittduries Furthermore the Local pakl but Mr Sharp had the patience tpoammeniomlovioiiesrtMa Toiif nifte West with its beautiful streets of oak Option law is generally enforced more and eonfklenee to waitad beshie Ins nations were of stone or enduring asphalt and the flashing ridigly than the Prohlblthiu laws of packings me- Â¬ heat race against Molliu McCarthy the granite aud have 6neii a repntatfon that meiids Tttty inteuiied that the who up to this time electric light to illuminate them its Maine aud Iowa the announcement of lite sale put the mentoes of civil war should pcri h with California crack of ruilroads tramway cable The largest crowd net work The fact is in the consumption of trade on their mettle tiie wars they celebrated while their had been unbeaten aud steam ita rapid progress iu the splritous lkpiors Kentucky is a tem- Â¬ victories oer oilier Hedpleshould stand that ever assembled at this track saw erection of public buildings and line perate State The harvesters ef Kealneky have for all the time They were wlber tlian the race which was for 10000 aside apd the track dwelling houses it3 vast stride taken in gone iota the fields this week te gather the deinHKOiruea of to day who seeni The day was very fcultry ail march of improvement in The National Bureau of Animal In- Â¬ iu the ripened grahi The crop is not to have no higher ambition titan to was so sticky that Mollis McCarthy fail the directions its phenomenal increase iu dustry has of late been engaged lu a a large as wo Imve harvested but by keep in perpettnl glow the embers of ed togo the distance and was shut out in Tliere no t is as small as has sometimes the first heat Ten Broecl was himself population and with Its most excellent battle with pleuro pueumouiu fnilernal ttrife pretty well flagged out What iu Hitttation is assured beyond a doubt are 30000 cattle valued atSllOOJiOffn been allotted to us The greater care anticipation was the greatest race ever n coiitiuuauce of Its great prosperity he Iufeoled district or UieStateof New in plowing aud use of bone meal and THE IjABOR VOTB OP IIBW YORK S C rtui turned out lo W u very tame for jeora to come York and the ollielais are energetically other fertilizers seems to he the remedy LoolsvUle a lair killing the disease by the slaughterbf against failures In the wheat crop such Dr McUlytm la not only iuftweil wiih Chautnasiu University After this he was placed in tho stud suspected cattle Over SCO head have as were experienced sometime in Ihe the Henry George land theory but like at Harpers Naturua stock farm where The Interest In the correspondence beeu killed already In all cases where years gnue by Tlie estimates place the latter he aotunlly believes the as a Mre lie has beeu very successful work of the College of Liberal Arts con- Â¬ any infected cattle were found the the crop eooiew hat below that of the United Labor party in Now York Is a Harnur was ollered SI00IW cash for tinues nnabated This Is very gratify Â¬ whole herd being tlaughtered One last years ami yet it wiM be sufiicient tnngiblo quaiKity wilh a prmaiiEiit him a day or two after Parole beat him ing tv the authorities More new stu- Â¬ herd of sixty was kilted The oflicial to bread our people arid leave some for possessing and Intrinsic at Baltimore but refused the ofler backing dents were added lo the various schools condemns all he cattle hi a herd uhere export ThepftHle and fall lu prices at accident of Iho Iaat slrenK11- in the mouth of October last past than only one diseased is found tlie distinc- Â¬ Chicago wine at a bad time for tltose mayoralty election in UiicIi Henry Anions the Xsrtliera Lakes during ouy other month of its previous beiug in thejallowanee or a who will wuut te sell unless a reaction Â¬ George polled 60009 votef Instill point- of WsCon in ulimieiita and Iowa are history The year has fairly begun tion made Inrger indemnity for sound than dis- Â¬ takes place before wr threshers start ed to ns an evidence of what labor dkl hundred- of deJiglited lnacei where one aud reports so fair received are most For diseased oattle the Farmers Heme Journal nid what St will do in the future Rut can pnH Ibe Minraier months in quiet gratifying as to tho nature of tho work eased animal Indemnity ieSSO per heml Government McOIynn can Imidly believe that he rest and enjoyment and return home In the Euglklt School Profeaser for sound eattle killed to prevent D Swigert ElmetMlorf Stud Muirs vtite for Henrjf George was more than nt the end of tho healed term com Â¬ McClintocIc is printing in neat leaflets and tlie spread of the eontagtou 40 is paid Ky has just received from Mr W an accident and if he doe he is pletely reluveuttted Each recurring hie directions to siiirteuU t jd his les-Â¬ Immense rich grazing fields and JGIlby of England the Week eolt lamentably mfstchen These leaflets were meadows where diseased eattle have season brings to Oooiiomowoe Wau son assignments Metallk 2 year eid a prise winning keeltn Beaver Dam Kronteuac Oko printed at Ttra CUjtax office aad are known to have been feeding are CHIMB AND SHNTIMENT The course of study gt off for three mentlw as forbidden shire horse He statnta etsteen band lwji Mlpnetonkn White Bear and in- Â¬ well clone truly weighed on his arrfvall IOT pounds Courler Jotirnnl numerable other charming localities in tine school has been thoroughly re- - i EroUBIi -- i -persons allowiue- their and Tiie fcntimeulal CQiiBidemtlon whieli with romantic unuies thousands of our constructed ami endered praoticabo stock to lange upon them are to hi pro SU of Figs is uiauifealetf for a man the moment best people whose winter homes are on ttml possible for all cceded against Courier Journal Manufe9tarefpel hy the California it is evident tlinl he has been guilty of eiiliersnm of Mason aud Dixons line Mcsars Pierce hylesiCo as a firm On Thursday night June 19 was Fig Syrup Co San Franeiseo Oal is a dark crime is one of the most tin Elegaiuv ami comfort nt a moilerate cost can be readily obtaiued A list of cnmposeil ol F F Pierce V H Lj les given tlio auuual concert of the musksai Natures Own true liaxative Hte tlie acoouutnble of all moral phenomena Ot Sunday over 1800 visitors calk nt summer homes wit Ii all necessary in- Â¬ W O Parmer and Lee Burford do department under tlie dlrtoiian of most easily takeu and the mea pleas Â¬ remedy pertaining thereto is being business wih head quarters at Gallatin H W Dubee prlncipai of tlie djpart antly efftotive Turner who was recently formal Kawu h th jail to coivuted of murder Tomer Is n liiitrtbulfd by the Chicago Milwaukee Teunessee where hey itandte mules ment The program conektqa of oleause the system wbe Wtfous or 0- anil- tog Ils St Paul Ball way and wil I sent cattle and at Nash twenty three vocal and Instrumental tlve to dispel hennsohes colds ami tmitul repulsive looking iregro orlhie waa utterly without excuse or frte tipfli application hy letter to A V vUhvrmtle horsed and catite iu season pieces- - There was a good audience ft vcrs J to cure bafettaU cnsiipatmB unHIntlon That an agQ crowd H fjarfpntpr General passejigfirAgetit ttiolr Bles last twelve iimatttB Bggre and lire concert is considered ine of rndtzestten elB For sale h SO ceitts bottles by Stoektou 4b Willis sijuU nt one time surround the jaif Milwaukee Wis tf BatinSHfcCOi the best ever glveu in Berea LIFES A A sL inut Â¬ ad gtl - kl lahra Â¬ kk Ioet V fr i- fr lhugh two-year-o- hi vi - S - i I V mt -- trar lO ACIT trackraJnlS0n Pt fe - ie in ieri - asdW I THE CLIMAX FRENXH TIPTON Wm G WHITB WEDNESDAY JULY J 6 CRIMINAL KOtORIfeTY WoodfonI county is visiting her son Dr J M Thornton Â¬ tSS7 Democratic Ticket FOK GOVKEOIt SIMON B BUOKNBR of Hart county FOB MEUTEXAST GOVERNOR JAMES W BRYAN of Kenton County FOB TBEASOBEK JAMES W TaTE of WooJford County FOB ATTOBSBT GKNEAL P WATT HARDIN of Mercer County FOB AUDITOR KBYETTE HEWITT of Hardin County fob sornniSTESTDBxr h steuciion JOS DESHA PICKETT of Fayette County The negro Turner the murderer of Jennie Bowman in Louisville was hanged on Friday morning Like all other men who die on the gallows he went straight to heav en winch leads us to think that it is no bad thing after all to be hanged Turner was a hero for days preceding his death People crowed to see him and gave him money and exhibited many evidences of sympathy The newspapers devoted column after column to his words atid actions for several days before the execution A visit to the city by the President of the United States or the death of the most promi nent citizen in Louisville would not have been accorded half the space The attention that this commonest sort of a murderer hag received is calculated to excite others to desperate deeds for the sake of notoriety We are clear- Â¬ ly of the opinion that prisoners and especially those under sentence of death ought to be kept from public view Crime would be curtailed by a great reduction in space usually accorded criminals in the newspapers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llrJ W Bales Las been section several days buying in this AN ACT CHAPTER 12 Iamk JULY 1st 1887 T5 GRASS AND FIELD Largest ami most complete slock In Kentucky Our motto Best Ceiitr Good aud Lowest consistent Prices 77 ami 79 W Main St Lexington dec 221yr 3 five cents being the highest price paid Mr A C Clark and family and Miss Nannie Ileitis who have been visiting here hae returned to their home at Boonevllie crowd attended the meeting at Republican some time since and abundant was the supply of eatables basket An immense The long and loUd taliedof work on the Methodist Church is nearlng com Â¬ pletion So Rev Mr AN ACT for lakpg tho sense of the aood people of this Commonwealth us to he necessity and expediency of calling a Convention to amend he Constitution and to provide for ascer taining the number of citizens entitled to vote for Beprcscntalivea within thii Stale Whereas Experience has pointed out the necessity of amending the Con Â¬ stitution and the expediency of calling a convention for that purpose there- Â¬ evangelising in the mountains can I 1 That at the next general election now return to more comfortable quar for Representatives to the General Assembly it shall be the duty of the ters several sheriffs and other officers of Rev R R Noel of Jancaster Is ex- Â¬ election to open n poll for and make a erting himself In behalf of the Forest return to the Secretary of State for the Hill Church and school house foriu ad time being of the names of all citizens to vote for Representatives dition to a very successful protracted entitledvoted at the said election who for have meeting there will furnish them with calling a convention for the purpose of re adoptlng amending or changing the a library Â¬ fore Be it enacted by the General Assem- Â¬ is Cookerel who bly of he Commonwealth of Kentucky Your ccoimts are clu e and re GRASS Please call and pay tyronrotlv and avoi d j mSm P CARROLL Jt E m Ky GRASS troufo lr oc JL9 C4ls5 MM j 1 5 am uujl GPA- w- Over 200 acres of good Grass with plenty of water for rent on the JanÂ¬ of the late A M White near Rich mond on the Barnes Mill pike Apply to me at the Second National Bauk Walkihc J StoneAdministrator ON ID IF B ing to collect NOW IS LEXINGTON Barley is light aud inferior The butchers are paying 3J cenls per pound for good cattle Hemp is fine aud still pushing upward at rapid rate Vegetables are doing well anil will be both abundant and cheap in the early Â¬ Â¬ FSB KBSISTER OF IAKD OFFICE THOS H CORBETT KEPUBLICAX CONVENTION Pursuant to a call of tho Chairman Mr J C Woodward of this county Col JW Caperton the County ReFOR THE LEGISLATURE has been nominated by the Prohibition publican Convention was eld in the Â¬ A T CHENAULT Court house this place on Saturday party as its candidate for the Legislature last Hon Curtis F Burnam was For County Superintendent of Schools called to the chair and Mr James Corn is in fine condition stands well MRS AMANDA T MILLION McHeudren was chosen Secretary has a fine color and rooting deeply dur The objects of the meeting having iug the dry weather of harvest time been stated the first order of business A dry June for a big corn crop The Democrats ot Harrison county propose to give a grand was a committee on credentials which R H Courtney a banker aud broker Barbecue in the woodland pasture was composed of Ij V Dolce James of this city lost 2750 by the Fidelity Risque of F J Meggibben near Cynthi Bennett and W Jreported Bank failure in Cincinnati The committee the number National stock to that amount in the He held ana to morrow Â¬ 1 of McCracken County fall The Union Labor party and the Republicans in Covington and Kenton count have fused and nominated a candidate for the State Senate A good Democrat will now be elected The Inter state Commerce Com missioners find the long and short haul clause a vast source of trouble They cant adjust it nor can they satisfy the people that it can not be done Their positions are more lucrative than pleasant Seiwtor John D Harris made a speech lor General Buckner at Lancaster on Monday of last week County Court day The Senator wants Kentucky to cast an unusually large Democratic majority and especially Garrard county the home of Mr Bradley the Republican candidate Â¬ Â¬ Another of that noted class of fiends who kill the wrong person first passed away in Louisville last week Gus Berning killed his wife and then himself The same day another of this execrable gang Hesekiah Lewiskilled John Koach in Simpson county and then committed suicide What can be done Â¬ wrong-end-foremost of delegates to which each precinct was entitled and the same were seated In specified localities The next business in order was the formation of a county committee as follows Richmond precinct A R Burnam Foxtown J W Baxter V A Union Powell Elliston E O Grinslead Yates James Mc- Hendren Glade L V Dodge Kirks vllle T S Burnam Poosey Jame Chandler Million James M liong A sub committee of five from each precinct was then appointed the duty of which shall be to aid the central County committee A resolution was then adopted that no candidate should be nominated for County School Commissioner in oppo-Â¬ sition to Mrs Amanda T Million the Democratic nominee Nominations for a candidate to rep resentthe County in the next Legisla- Â¬ ture beiog in order several names were proposed but finally Mr John Taylor ex Postmaster was declared to be the unanimous choice of the convention Mr Taylor was cheered and called for hereupon he arose and accepted the nomination in r few emphatic woide There were not more than seventy five or eighty Republicans present and a couple dozen Democrats dropped in as spectators The convention ad journed after adopting a resolution requesting The Climax the Register and the London Echo to publish the proceedings concern Wm Christie for forty nine years connected in a responsible position with the Northern Bank of Kentucky died in this city last week About 1800 in gold and greenbacks was found in one of his trunks Hon John G Carlisle was present and took part in the exercises at the Chautauqua Assembly on July illi National Day Mr Carlisle is a gentle man ol whom Kentuckiaus irrespective of party are proud and they love to do honor to his ttatesmanship The wheat crop in this section of lie State is now all in the shock in as line condition as wa3 ever known The heads are long full and heavy the straw clean and bright aud the shocks stand thicker than witnessed in this State in many years One very valuable feature is the good condition in which the wheat leaves the ground showing uniformly better farming than ever before Even at the present low price the crop will bring in millions or Â¬ Â¬ Shorthorn A iiiportation scheme is brewing in central Kentucky The Shorthorn Journal says of it The plan now is to got about 20 of the leading Shorthorn men to form a joint slock company pay one or two of their number to go and look over the herds of England and in case his report is favorable authorize him to purchase such animals as they desire The cattle to be brought over and sold at public auction the stockholders and public generally to have an equal show at them The amount of and number of shares will be determined after the 20 members are secured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Philadelphia News has been looking at the Washington heavy weights to see how they dress and sums up the investigaBayard wears tion in this wise a black suit of light weight and a light colored ping hat with a black band Endicott wears a suit of gray Fairchild still clings to his close buttoned Prince Albert He thinks such a coat makes him look taller Vilas looks well in a new brown Â¬ suit Garlands summer outfit defies description His alpaca coat is cut like an overcoat It bulges at the shoulders and flaps around his legs A pair ol baggy trous- Â¬ ers a white vest and a straw hat help to complete his strange attire COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE l In accordance with the call of the chairman of the County Committee the Democrats assembled at the Courthouse in Richmond on the fourth day of July and selected the following committee to serve for the next term and until their successors are duly elected C D Chenault Chairman Joe S Bronston J A Sullivan C R Tudor W O French Wm Ben- Â¬ ton F M Hill J C Miller J P Simaions W S Jones and A B Newby J Stoke Walker Chairman Joe S Bronston Secretary Â¬ Â¬ A DERBY WINNER KG H Todd and that sounds like a Madison county name won the Derby at Chicago in 236 and baeced the 14000 thus com bining the best time and the largest purse of any Derby this season xoaa is au uunuutvu California horse and nobody dreamed of his winning But he belongs to Mr Haggin which probably explains why he was so little known Mr Haggin never makes much noise about the value and possibilities of his horses and hence when uie urne comes wtcs all In sight Todd sold in the pools 1 to 20 Next to Kentucky Californias soil contains elements the most suited of any in America for producing the best horse flesh A Novel Bet While I am not a or and it shall lie the duty of such sherilf or other officer to post one copy betting man said F J Cheney of the ofsaldactat each voting place and firm of F J Cheney Co I considered another copy at some other suitable it my religious duty to make that fel- Â¬ TF 1 ou want to buy some pure unadult- public place in said precinct four weeks JL crated old fashioned sour mash cop prior to tiie election Any officer fuil low a bet You see he was about dead per distilled whisky call on or write me ing todischargevthe duties prescribed and 1 guess he would have died before at my distillery at Doylesvillc or W C or this act shall be fined I want resentative within the State It shall in this sectionevery failure twenty dol- Â¬ Spring if I had not got him on the French at Richmond Ky figures to sell Tor each aud be the duty of the said officers of elec- Â¬ bet You know some men had rather and will sell at the lowest lars to be recovered in any court hav Â¬ SHELBY JETT tion to propound to every voter the ing juTwlictwii tliereor loose their lives than lose a hundred Doylesville Ky mch23 3m question Do you vote for calling a well he was one of that kind and we effect ami he 11 constitutional convention or not If iu 2 forceThis act shall take passage from aud after its both came near being out but I saved such voter shall answer iu the affirma Â¬ THOSE FLAGS Approved January 18 18SS my hundred and it only cost him ten tive his nanje shall be recorded as vot Â¬ ing for said convention if such vofer dollar i Hows that He sent for me shall answer in the negative hit name one day aud said the doctors had all Mr Jefferson Davis speaks forth his be recorded as voting against said shall mind on the Rebel llag problem He convention aud if sucli voter makes Remaining unclaimed iu the Post given him up to die with the catarrh I told him that I would bet him 100 no answer his name shall be recorded expresses himself clearly in a letter to or registered as not voting upon said office at Richmond j fxaay535wJS2rs that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure New York Sun saying the question And it shall be the duty of Audersou Bigie Million Leaner him or I would give him 100 if it failed If the object now be to unite the Monday Perry the officers holding the election at each Bell Miss Mattie people of the North and South as breth- Â¬ This voting place iu the Slate to certify the Barnes Dr W L Montgomery Lucy He took the latter proposition ren in the Union as a means to Unit Moore T G was three months ago you see how he total number ot voters registered and Black Geo C end every sign of past conflict should the number voting for calling the cn Bowman Annie Moberly Slielton N looks now dont you as well as any as fur as practicable be obliterated To Morton Nannie titutioiial convention and to make Chenault John one and a dandy American Toledo retain as a point of pride a flag captur- Â¬ McDonald Joe out a duplicate certificate showing said Curd Lewis P ed in battle by either the Union or Parish Nunnie A O facts The registration biok shall be Demure if U Confederate soldiers would be equiva- Â¬ by them immediately sent at the ex- Â¬ Dtinu Miss Sallie Phelps Bettie lent to renewed exultation of triumph gate Bite Bettie And the pense of the Commonwealth by mail Field W O The Babies Cky Foit by one or the other aud surely not a to the Secretary of State at Frankfort Gooeh Cornelius Roache Hartney old folks laugh when they find the step toward the restoration of peace DILI Tribble Eliza KentucKy ami the duplicate certificate Harris Callie pleasant California liquid fruit remedy Flags captured from a foreign enemy attached to the poll book for the elec- Johnson Chas P Taylor Julia may be retained as trophies after peace Syrup of Figs is more easily taken ami Walker Queeild Mamie Melon ten ear old daughter of tion of State officers aud return there- Â¬ Jones F C but here a cessation of hostilities is not more beneficial in its action thai bitter King Mrs Mattie Walton Georgia in with as npw directed by law pretended to be equivalent to fraterni- Â¬ Hamilton Melon died at College Hill Sarah Mann nauseous medicines It is a must val- Â¬ i 5 The Secretary of State in office Miller M FsMira Wainens DH zation I have heard of various in- Â¬ Msdieon county Ky on Monday July Williams Mi at the convening of the General Assem Â¬ uable family remedy to act on the stances in which Southern soldiers 4th 18S7 bly next after the election in August Miller Louisa having retained flags captured in bat- Â¬ bowels to cleanse the system and tu tle did after the war send them back Stephen B Eubank a native of Clark 1887 shall immediately upon the or- Â¬ dh pel colds headaches and fevers organization from which they county Ky who once lhed in the north- Â¬ ganization of tho same transmit to to the Manufactured only by the California eacli House a statement prepared by House and Lot For Sale were captured and I have heard of no county died at his him from the said registration ud Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Califor- Â¬ instauce when such trophy has been ern part of Madison displayed at a reunion of Southern home near Burton Mo recently aged poll books allowing how many votes Stockton nia For sale by White were at the said election ciut in favor en i soldiers to manifest their success in 74 3 cars The nice Cottage formerly occupied of said convention ami the total num- Â¬ battle over their Northern brethren by A G Daniel Mrs Sallie Burnam mother of David ber of voters registered whether voting Uur men fought for a principle aud Do you want pure drugs ami the best for or against or not at all The report Situated on Main Street that they have not surrendered but K Best formerly of this county died at You shall be made up by counties He nearly opposite the residence of H B brands of tobaccos and cigars rather hopelessly lived to see the good Uie home of her daughter Mrs sense of the Northern men revert to McCormick in Garrard county on the shall retain the registration books for Dillingham Has been lately refitted can find them at I J Brooks Is prepared to supply his customers the use of examination and inspection throughout the good teachings of their sires aud with the best or the next General Assembly 11th inst aged Si ears re establish the Government according Cistern and necessary 6 shall be the duty or the officers to the Constitution on which it was Tkkms Liberal Charles Barnes died at Uie home of his whose It duty t is by law to compare and founded This is the only victory near Republican certify the votes for Slate officers to For particulars apply to J E Green be to them aud father Wm Barnes would which their children a thing to be prized aud Church in Madison county Ky on Tues- Â¬ make out frc m the certificates returned leaf at First National Bauk S K Nelson juljG 4t glorified day July 5th 1SS7 of fever aged iocars with the Stile election poll books as The South has manifested no desire Deceased i as a pupil at Elliott Institute above provided and at the time they certify the votes for State officers a to have possession of the flags lost ill z 13 certificate by voting places showing battle their value departed when they the past session AT THE LO WEST PRICES the total number of votes- - xegistered were surrendered and the excitement Mrs Elverce McCord wife of Daid and the number voting for calling a 18S7 to July 1st are I will offer for sale publicly to the high Â¬ which has been created over the propo Our accounts for The Premium Saddle Stallion sition to return both to the North and McCord died at her home in the constitutional convention and to send ready and those wno are indebted to est bidder flags they had lost in battle Northern part of Madison county Ky the certificate to the Secretary of State South the once seems very like a tempest In a tea pot on Friday eeningJuly 2nd 18S7 at 730 and if the registration book provided us will please call aud settle at Covington Arnold Buo above shall as to any voting Whether ttiey should lie auu be con on Main Street in Bichmond Ky an illness of several months for lost destroyed or not returned place be sumed by moth in boxes of the United oclock after then N B Those who owe us for 18SG It consists of seven rooms with gas or be returned to aged 73 3 ears and 6 months Deceased the Secretary of State in making the will save cost by calling at once States WarOflice throughout cistern at the door side their former owners has one element was a Miss Mitchell and sister of the late report to the General Assembly shall C A Buo snd backyard House is newly cov- Â¬ of value which is that the restoration Mrs Cabell Chenault She was the use the information iu the certificate as ered aud painted and iu good repair to any sucli district or precinct aud lie would be a declaration such as the old mother of in every part I offer this property for John McCord of Clark county shall moreover use the certificate to Romans made that there should be no sale in consequence of Living removed and of William Andrew and Rufus show that he has or has not the regis- Â¬ triumph for a victory won in civil war from the State Will make the season of 1887 at our stable So far as it should express the feeling McCord Mrs Marcus A Phelps and tration bock for each voting placo in The City needs money and must Sale at 10 oclock Possession Im- Â¬ at Kirksville Madison County Ky and of restored fraternity it would be an Mrs Peter T Phelps deceased Mrs each county named in said certificate it Your taxes are past due save mediately Parties desiring to exam- Â¬ will be permitted to serve mares at 10 have advance toward that condition which McCord was a member of Uie Methodist J 7 It shall be the duty of the Secre Â¬ money by paying the Collector c To Insure A ine the property will please call on J THE SEASON or all reasonable men will recognize as tary orState after the adjournment of Office at Second National Bank E Greenleaf at First National Bank Living Colt The splendid record that desirable among those who are to live church and a model woman She lived this General Assembly to make out Stonewall Jackson Jr has made in R A Barlow JulyC tf 5t J I McKINNEY all her long married life more than half a the form of a registration book and cer- Â¬ together the fair rings combined with sale of his century at Uie same place and lea es her tificates to be made and used as herein colts stamps him as one of the grandest TO sires in the State To show the estimate Eight of her provided aud to furnish the same to husband aged and invalid WACO Public Printer forthwith the and it of his breeding we have the record to grandsons were thepall bcarers hall be the duty of the said Public prove that five of his colts raised by the The County Board of Examiners of to make up and bind iu the have recently fallen doing Printer Nice rains Messrs Harris have been sold for 3350 appli Â¬ usual form one registration book with Madison County will examine on while a number of colts belonging JoH corn and oats much good THIN COLUMN will oiler for sale privately ot cost other parties have sold from 200 to f 1S00 certificate thereon for each voting cants for Teachers Certificates July the a I and for 30 days tho stock of fciash Doors place iu the Slate also the duplicate third and fourth Saturdays iu Mr JasCosby who has been quite Stonewall Jackson Jr stands full 16 August the titrfes fixed by law aud Lumber Luths etc belonging to C hands high beautiful bay cjolor magnificounty certificate We dont see that Squire Woods is certificate and the ill for some time is convalescent to the several sher at no other times Staflbid at Richmond Phuiiug Mill and send the same cent carriage and action apd shows in the The Waco base ball club defeated the showing up much on the Kebel flag ques- iff-- who shall see that they are de- Â¬ J3y order of the Board stable lot just as well as he does in the J STONE WALKER county nine on the tion as we requested last week livered and used at the various voting Pinch em Clark fair ring He was sired by Stonewall Amanda T Million 29juii4t Assignee Jackson 1st dam Belle by Messenger Jr 18th County Superintendent JnljCS The junior editor of the Register is writ places as herein required 3d dam Sallie Cook by Helms Yorkshire I 8 That any officer failing to do or Mr Willburn Isaacs Las purchased ing up for publication a romantic story perform any of the acts or duties en 3d dam Bob Mosbys race mare by Ham gathering apples for his sweet heart joined upon him by the third fourth TCHCE bletonian Stonewall Jackson by Washa farm near this place of Mr M about ington Denmark he by Black Denmark sixth and seventh sections of Lackey Confectioner Saloshin at Paris has fifth shall he subject to a fiue of this G This well known summer resort Is he by Imp Hedgeford irt dam by Cru act five cents a dozen Isnt that hundred dollars 500 to be recovered now open for tho rrcepllou of guests sador he by old Whip Messenger Jr by Mr C L Adams i who has been bananas at 20 OF THE any grand jury in The medical qualities of its water is Young American 1st dam by Ohio by visiting relatives here has returned Slothin around right lively in bananas anyindictment of jurisdiction thereof e unsurpassed by any other on this con Young America by 1st court having Yes We are decidedly musical it would and shall upon conviction be removed to Dayton O dam by old Sweeper a very fast pacer tinent SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION e by the by Downing s Ooy Messen- Â¬ The location is coal and delightful The fruit crop is exceedingly light seem It sounds that way at least when from office is had court iu which said OF THK couvicliou dto accommodations we refer to ger 1st dam by Nedley Thus it will be Very few apples peaches cher- Â¬ we tell yon that we have practiced with here 9 That it shall be the duty of the Col KnB Stone John Alien Welling- Â¬ seen that he has the blood necessary to forty quires this week ries pears and grapes SOM COUNTY FAIR ton PAymuid Hon C J Bruustoa of make him what he is The great and Secretary of State to have this act ad Â¬ m successful sire of horses for all purposes There i a marked similarity in appear Â¬ vertised in one weekly newspaper in Lexington Pastorage for marcs at reasonable terms FOXTOWN ance between the famous Green Smith of each county of this Commonwealth For further pJiHhmlars address P S Colts wh stand for the season ASSOCIATION wherein there is such paper published Indiana whose first name is Alonzo and for four weeks and in one of the ilaily jWes Bentox Season due when mare is parted w ilh TO BE HELD AT Or Bxa sAE Miss Lizzie Bennett will spend the Mr Alonzo Smith of this place papersof the city ol Louisville for Jnl6 tf We the undersigned have bred to and rvnf Ky thirty dayj immediately preceding the RICHMOND KY vacation at home Morchead Rowan county Is not the election seen the colts of the welf known horse nd In every county said It should be Good morning Mr CriMAX May correct name Secretary iihall cause to be ported at 9 The best bargains for the least ruoy Stonewall Jackson Jr and it affords us pleasure to say he i a good - breeder But Morchead is retrieving the court house door a copy of tlikaot you live long and prosper nf Tn TvtprB i jtr coits tnave given sausiacuon in every AND CONTINUE F0UU DAYS may be it will come out printed in hnnd bili form for at least ntimbprnftllMti Iinv-- Hfirel- i tilnr of the old landmark itself of late and The burnlug four eotiiiecutive weeks before such played out at opedTkUasn The credit sytteni lias all right TUOTTIKQ AND BUNNIKQ EACES UTON and have1 combined election cuts quite a Hgure in the appearance of Lyters Call and inake n purchase for won thecomiums inanimalsshow rings the THE TRACK EACH DAY Hon Green R Keller editor of the i 10 Rtihall be tho duty of the Pub Â¬ Foxtown Peter T GeftW Granville Cecil Ch T money and go ft way happy the Carlisle Mercury is in Milwaukee attend Â¬ lic Printer to prlut ten thousand copies Worthuigton row d English William Special and from The farmer are about through lay Â¬ ing a Knights of Labor convention As of this act upon a separate t heet of Cyutlilaua trains dally to inclusion Paris Dan You can buya first class suit of jvue paper aud deliver them to the Secretary ville Stanford vineiiostr harvesting Ob Lancauer Livingston nnc ing by corn and THOS B- WALKER clothes from J Oyter nt your price a laboring man he is equal to Bowderly of State iiti shall forward the dime to all points rcaouea by tlieK BROS B li hapy day counts clerks wf the various coun- Â¬ Tiosl 8 Celebrated tiauti 1H famish Music now Call and see him supreme head aplsotf the himself who is Ue ties in Uiti State In such numbers as to All Ladles Free on tiie Fjrst Day Mines Clay and Adkerson of M ar least twfl copies thereof for J P HERNDOK T T COVINOiTON Now is the lime to buy your Cloth t tSterllug are yIsUitigMIes Maggie Clay Salutarls Water brouglft dlrecC M1U my ready made provide I waut to sell all of Secretary Assistant 8eielary each votirjg precinct sold clerkH Jliall ing while tho gj e3t inducement 3- - Sr Clair Springs M53J1 Kept only Be nure and call if you deliver tie same to the jsberlffa or pear Clays Ferry Clothing U B TEURHiXr President j 1 offered by J C Lyjjjr 2 byJ U Hughea J CgftTTEK other officers acting itf the place there- - JalyOUH Thornton of Mortousvilie j waut bargain Mrs 1 dollars for general circulation The deatli of Ten Broeck was all the topic in race horse circles here for several days He lost only six races out of twenty nine starts His get in five years won 5201323 He has four unbeaten records although he has been oil the turf nine years Mr Gus Strauss of this city lias received a letter from Mr Frank B Harper the owner of tiie famous Ten Broeck In it he gives au accaunt of the funeral or this celebrated horse and tells how he All was buried and where He says are sad over the death of Ten Broeck It was so unexpected to us We laid him to rest in a nice coffin and buried him in front of hjs stable door His grave is still decorated with flowers We are going to erecta nice monument over his last resting place and enclose it with a fence The stables are all draped in mourning as is also tho front Constitution I 2 That any sheriff or other return lug officer failing to perform the duty imposed by first section of the act bhall be subject to a fine of six hundred dol- Â¬ lars 000 to be recovered by indict Â¬ ment of the grand jury in any court having jurisdiction thereof and shall upon couictIon of such failure be re Â¬ moved from office by the court in which such conviction is had I 3 That for the purpose of ascertain- Â¬ ing the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this State hi the year 1587 there shall be furnished as hereinafter provided to the sherills and other officers of the election iu August IS87 a registration book in which the officers of the elec- Â¬ tion shall record the names of all citi- Â¬ zens entitled to vote for Representa- Â¬ tive within this State at the said elec- Â¬ tion The officers of the election shall be cxqfficio officers of registration aud shall have said registration book open for the record of said names between the hours of 60clock am and 7 oclock p m on the day of August 1887 elec tion at all the voting places iu this Commonwealth Aud it shall be the duly ot nil citizens of this Common Â¬ wealth who are entitled to vote for Representatives on the day of the next general election in August 1887 to go before tho sheriffs and other returning officers of said election In the voting precinct in which they are severally entitled to vote and cause themselves to be registered on the poll book as qualified voters of this Commonwealth and the names of any and all citizens living in the district known to said officers to be entitled to vote for Repre- Â¬ sentative or made known to them by evidence on that day shall be registered as not voting And in the year 18S7 no other officer shall beauthorized to make any list or return of the quali- Â¬ fied voters of this Commonwealth nor shall any return thereof except the reg Â¬ istration books and ceitifieales pro- Â¬ vided for by this act be made aud all laws requiring Ket or returns of such qualified voters are hereby repealed so firas lheyearl8S7 is embraced therein The total number of vJtes so registered shall be the true number ot citizens en- Â¬ titled to vote for Representative within this State for the purpose of ascertain- Â¬ ing whether a majority of all the citizens or this State entitled to vote for Representative vote for calling a con Â¬ vention for the purpose of re adopting amending or changing the Constitu- Â¬ tion 4 The said regi tratlon books shall be approprmtely ruled and headed so that they may aud it is hereby enacted that the same shall be the poll booka for recording the votes for and against the calling of the constitutional con Â¬ vention aud for ascertaining the num- Â¬ ber of citizens eutitled to voce for Rep Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ July 1 87 liiyiiR8 -- v J I I WILL-- AND GET ONE OF HIS Continiic to Sell at A REDUCTION Have just received and opened a large stock of East Trenton well selected Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles At bottom prices MY EFTIRE STOCK OF jraJL- mm -- H nr rnn UTOfi UJUV S JL 13 1 nc also has a full line of FOR Uilrbll -- I M ru Irrmi ilirtTnrl aiivHi nawu toes Forte UNTIL IT IS- - single and double first class ma- Â¬ terial and best of work Saddles and Harness SUGAX and all kinds of Canned G oods Misoii tf TEAS EEPAIEEB NEATLY AND PROMPTLY KJ 3LO BED O TTT1 Go Bonis The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison cdunty to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 1SS8 will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky CDCHENAULTCom W IS THE TIME TO FINS OUT HOW CHEAT ES YOU FOR THE MONE Y Be Sure and Give Me A Call if you want a Bargain LIQUOR J o LY June 29 tf BE3EESi DE292ZXZB 5P5v Crawford S W Corner Sixth and Walnut Sts House j CI3SrGI2sT3SrLTXof O DOUGLAS I have taken the management this House it Have put it in good order Clean rooms and beds and a No 1 table all that the market affords and as good as the best All for SI 50 per day Dont let the price keep you away It is hard times prices Will be pleased to entertain you Very Respectfully Â¬ PRAK J OIKES Manager FOR IS THE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY The ButcIier -- Resitae For Sale jsroTios 01 Wednesday July 87 Steaks Forls Sausage and Mutton The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them - WEBST E R FARM WAGONS PUT TBUSS BOD AID TlIBIILiR THE CELEBRATED MIL Manufacture all styles and sizes LOOK OUT Stonewall Jackson Jr allien they offer at ESPECIALLY LOW PEIGES ill Wagons Warranteft For Call on Mr K One Year The Best Material wagonsBr - TEACHERS Qhe Easiest Terms Assignees Sale - Bope and examine the JDonfc buy before doing so W -- Â¬ WEBSTER WAOT - CO Â¬ s prings QUEEN AND ORESCENT E0UTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Boacfe -- Â¬ K3AT HOBSE PAIR smi QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE WISE TO Wake-up-Jak- Wake-up-Jak- New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the PrineipalPolnts Morniii Ssni Easl wl and THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- tbe Important Cltlca of the Sontli Sifi Mftt Tuesday August 87 and Nisdi l ii tmm CIneinnstt Imine sipping an Itatfttnod LtulngtoH Oust to Marty lllli CIIUHgW wllh U ot 1 TIIMDUQH CABS TO JACKSONVILLE FLOKlA IN Onlj 3icnst HOURS bRve a ekol t HfiJrTV oi Steaptus Ur on Special Notice- - Xte AND LRBMKMT two UtndaUotm a itUnu Itnu- OUHhS Colr Buffet liiranil Pullmans Finest Palace Buret 8tMr state Reew l4lrr ftOKEN Nearly AU the Leading Railroads SJSbig v Urand Coutral Union Depot in UiiclnratT ticket via thlc ramtniwrn tire iDersroresavedtisntferuciossUieUtjfad are ashared boUlnc a Jearsear aMttaded wnh Mweil bmtort and cenvenleuce S Travel rouxuuAtiL Ml via- - Quceii 1 ai0 Crescent - Un Southern 1 riclnrenlnc Urn at the OLUo -- General DftlM3Btranl RilOAKKOLt General Sporimeudeut uenurai junaser Rulallrur West Fourth M t inelmati H COL1 BKVM jooe Fsstiiiger Aattt AMMantQeaecd Aest t C II no iMmn um o 1 pmi - r p- - ijmm inn imii a nip m01 rr- - r Fwmtnmmm tu jw 1 j r Fsjej THE GLIMA WEDNESDAY Premium Bread A rni - JUIA 6 is7 Democratic Itarbecue at tancaiter July 11 Siclal trahis Pan Slaughters Dripping Springs Fourth of July plculc was a deckleij euccets Only 51 55 fur tbe round trip over the K C to tbe CyiitWana barbecue to-Â¬ morrow Qovingtoj Arnold Bro OtwolIirapruiiiJUm of SlOoujlie firt day of tt Fair for the best loaf of heat broad salt rising and one of 10 for the best loar of wheat bread yeast sing to bo baked from their cele- Â¬ brated to Nnv Pjg nanza Roller Mills The Acum Mur made by bo Â¬ Richmond Ky Fete Moonlight In Clficngo 72 AYlieat oeuU Money in New York dropped on Saturday to 1 per annum Mrs Miulsterlng Childrens League will g a moonlight fete this evening i Mr Stono Walkor8 yard Among tho attractions are Torn Brawner will do tbo brick Qlp3y Fortuue teller aud Indian En workwilue Baptist Church at Wiu campmenL Lt everybody attend as 450 for Mie cause is a cboter charitable one Admis Â¬ Suuday scbiol plonlc in Mr Wm sion 10 couts IVmlH ares woods near Kingston lat Somersets Fourth uilay All invlied Somerset through the influence of IMPome of tbe stoue columns in tbe Mr v ivoiiimin grew patriotic ue Government building in Louisville aud on me ifourth had a celebration aud raoes There wero four nnrvoa r weigh ten tons apiece 26 each one of 50 and one of 100 IV euty tive years ago to day Gen Escur trains and dinner balloon Jobn H Morgan C S A entered ascension and fire wnrks Tit- Kentucky on lite first raid Climax returns thauks for a special invitation centa James H- - Bogs has received Mr S- - E Bhellenberger Camden a four months old Poland China for which he paid 10 It is by Ktorm King 10151 dam Don Â¬ ald Queen 22306 Mr Shellenberger says that 250 wont buy Storm King aud that Wain Stem the new pig is a better one than Storm King was at the same age Mr from Ohio boar sired The Good Samaritans whs were present A substantial lunch was nerved at 12 oclock and the guests reluctantly bade adieu at 2 a m Mrs J I McKinney Richmonds Katydid now of Mt Vernon Ills has been for several days the guest of the family of W B Smith on the Summit and left yesterday for Dripping Springs where she will remain some time She is not oaly a poet of true merit but has also become a very successful prose writer Several of her short stories have been used by Frank Leslies publications THE RUSH THE CRUSH AND v y Tf m ii 635 Lutitia Hamilton is building a pretty coUese on one of tbe Main Street lots of tbe Estill addition Tbe cottage on East Main street op- Â¬ posite Mr H-- B Dillinghams resi- Â¬ dence is for sale See advertisement Dr C D Pattle lias opened a real ctaie office at Wicbitn Kansas- - That Jooka as if be had decided to stay tbere Prospects for a targe attendance and full rings at the Madison County Fair are glowing Only live weeks until it opens Andy Tolliver wounded at the time Craig Tolliver was killed has died of bis wounds Let the good work con tiuue tieeral new comedies uaver before presented here will be put on the boards attbeiew Opera House tbe coming engagement Mr Tom Ferrell will give a picnic at Boonesborough on or about the 20tu It will be worth your while logo and tee bow its done Silhs Cobb attorney at law Omaha Nebraska late of this place has a newsy communication elsewhere in this weeks Climax Mr Dr Akers of Central University delivered a lecture on English in the Schools at the Chautauqua Assembly at Lexington last Friday Parrish has bought or V L Crutcher the brick yard lot of six and one half acres on the western suburbs of the town for 8900 Mr S D brought to town sample c wheat we have seen this season His crop will average 30 bushels per acre lat Col D W Trlbble week the finest Mrs Kam y MeCarly aged 7S years was sent to the lunatic asylum by a Lexington jury Int week The Press says she is a native of Madison county letter from Welling ton Kansas in last weeks Climax was by Capt A H Shirley late of this TIip well written Â¬ The several days meeting of the Good fianiaritausjcolored held in this uiace aud which closed last week with a picnic at MoKues pond and a speeck by Gen Morri3 vas uniformily Among the visitors was successful of Jjouisville Gen Chester Morris Gen Morris was never a slave being a unlive of Pennsylvania He went to r-i Europe aud studied law tin ei years iu JjohIoii He visited St Petersburg and by Gel- Cassius M Clay was intro- Â¬ duced to the Czar of all the Ruslas The jzar tendered him a special carriage at an imperial review of the Russian army Morris visited various portions of Europeaud then went to Africa where he remained several year- Fi Â¬ A Running Race nally he returned lo the Dulled States Three hundred or more people iu New Orleans Under a assembled at Letchers track on last Sat- Â¬ and located Republican administration he was ap urday to witness a half mile dash best ignited Adjutant General of Louisiana two in tlitee between Bullion and He and Gen Clay met here for tbe fiist Vinegar Bitters the former belong- Â¬ ing to Mr W S Hamilton aud the time In twenty yearj He was the guest of Letcher Miller while here latter to Mr V B White Tbe A Wow awl a Wnainus running was spirited and time good 52 51 J 61 1 Vinegar Bitters came out Col W O Bradley Republican can- Â¬ behind didate for Governor by appointment spoke at the Court house ou Monday Wilis and Taylor afieruooii When ho had concluded Tt was really feared by many persons Ids speech of more than two hours who receive their mall at the Rich- Â¬ during which time ho was severe in mond post office that tho change iu his arraignment of the Democratic Postmasters would create confusion in parly especially iu Kentucky the the distribution or letters and papers crowd called for Congressman Mc aud tbere were good reasons for such Creary to reply and he proceeded to fears But so far as the public is con- do so During his sptecb of some two cerned the office runs aloug Just the hours length he referred among other same and were it not that one of the things to the time when Col Bradley gentlemen is much better looking than was a Democrat When Bradley the other nobody could tell any dif-Â¬ came to respond he asked McCreary if ference he McCreary did not act as aid to the Federal General Manson in the battle Struck by Lightning at this place in 1862 McCreary re Â¬ Between two aud three oclock on sponded emphatically that he did not Monday aftemoan lightning struck and tliat any man who said he did m the residence of W B Smith Emj a liar The two speakers looked fe and within tho next ten minutes it was i rociously each at other and a number struck a second time One bolt look of enthusiastic friendi rushed excitedly effect on tbe L and the other about tbe to them aud great confusion ensued front diMir Considerable gutte ring Bradleys son fell in a faint weatherboarding and plastering was and ibis increased the commotion torn away and tho foundation was Men rolled out of windows and plung- Â¬ materially damaged Extent of dam- ed out the doors A serious trouble age probably 260 Little Wlille Park seemed entirely probable At this grandson was playing iu tlte cellar juncture Gen Cassius M Clay mount Â¬ and was knocked down but not in- Â¬ ed an elevated plane and called out to jured the crowd to be epiiel that the speak- Â¬ 150 Pair of Pigs ers were able to hike care of themselves This had the Col T S Moberhy lias sold to Mr and to let them alone Calvin Burgin of Foxlown Madison desired effect aud in a few minutes county the highest priced and in all order was restored and the streaking However eloquent and probability the best pair of pigs the continued couuly has evrr owned Indeed we are powerful a Republican may be and told that the State has not their equal Col Bradley is built that way he cant They are from the prize winning sow work oft auy zig zag figures on the Ruby viii- - 16SS0 sired by imported Slate Administration when Congress All parties Golden Crown 14823 Their ancestors man McCreary is arouud on both sides wero the most noted agree that both men made the best winners iu England Canada and the speeches they were ever heard to make The Republicans say that Bradley United States Mr Burgin knows a good hog when he sees one ami had was badly treated but tho Democrats been looking for the best They are say of course to the contrary It was an unfortunate occurrence only three months old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j J J Embry returned Misses Sue and Belle Bennettand Mrs from Carrollton last week where they luid been as delegates to the annual meeting of the Womans State Missionary Society of the M E Church South They report a fine meet- Â¬ ing and a prosperous - condition of the Society It will convene in Richmond next year The National Society met a GESERAL EXCITEMENT ARE r I AT COST I AT COST I Tills powder never varies A marvel ot purity strength Miss Florence Gerald daughter of eoonomicul than and wliolesomeness More the ordinary kinds tyicl Judge Gerald of Waco Texas is stopping cannot be fold in competition with the mul Â¬ Utudeti of low test short weiglit alum or phos at the Willis House awaiting the arrival phate powders Sold only In cans Koyai Baking Towdku CO lOd Wall SUN Y of the New York Comedy Company Catlettsburg and nine missionaries offered their services for foreign work During the year 50000 was spent in the work month ago at Absolutely Pure Kj a - M of which she is a member Miss Gerald is well known in her native State by her OR literary talents and attainments as evi denced by her book She studied in New I desire to take a class in either York several years before going on the FRENCH or GERMAN for the sum- Â¬ AKEHS stage Site has lriends in Richmond who mer 26jun2w Central University knew her in her Waco home as one of the belles of that city She has written several plays one of which A Shot in the Dark will be put on the boards in FRENCH QERMAN i Selling Out lit Cost i -- ON ACCOUNT OF-- JT ASSIGNEES HOTIGE Cincinnati All parties Indebted to C PtafTord Richmond seems lo be well represented will pltase all and settle at oncei t the C hautauqua Assembly at Lexing- Â¬ Those having claims against same ton The following are among those in will please present them 4t J Btonk Walker Assignee attendance the first week Mr and Mrs L E Francis Prof and Mrs W D McClintock Prof and Mrs Dodge of Bcrea Prof and Mrs C P Williamson Rev Milton Elliott Rev II Glass Mrs John Dykes will furnish ice to the citi- Â¬ G W Pickels Mrs Emma Henry Mrs zens of Richmond and vicinity this season Now the time to make contracts for de- Â¬ Col T S Moberly Misses Ann and livery is His headquarters are at the grocery Emma Dejarnett Misses Sue and Belle store of J E Dykes on North Second St apr 13 tf Bennett Misses Ida and Pattie Willis Miss Minnie Elliott Miss Anna F razee Miss Minnie Smith Miss McCann of Kirksvillc Miss Florence Barlow Miss Laura Johnson Miss Alice Bronston Miss Estellc Chenault Miss Tcmpic Oldham Prof C T McClintock Dr L H Blanton Dr J T Akers F II Adair R A GOOD STOCK OF F Faris and Clarence Williamson -- OF OUR- - REMOVAL ABOUT K5SBP CQQZa AUGUST FIRST Summer Business The Whole Country is Glad Arnolds TO Biiilii oa First St Â¬ FOR JSALE GENERAL MERCHANDISE BORN at the boat country stand in Mad ison county We will bo glad to To the wife of David Doty Wednesday show the stock to any one wishing June 29th a girl Margaret Boyle to buy ELLIS HIGGIXS To the wife of T C Wilt of Kingston jun22tf Silver Greek Ky on Sunday morning July 2nd a boy yet named not STIRIEIISrGFS MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE TJSIC next door to STOUEFERS CLOTHING HOUSE GOME EARLY and GET BARGAINS Â¬ STOI I JVT MAS1S OTHEES DANCE Dry To the wife of Col Roy C White near EZSEJSS22SE33SSJ Kingston on Sunday June 26th a girl We have begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture the finest in the land so Grandpap says and complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our All we want to make us happy is a The firm of White Stockton is this baby girl to call us pappy day dissolved by mutual consent W G White retiring The busiiuss will MATRIMONAL hereafter be conducted under the lirtn name of Stockton Willis Thine Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods any Dr U C Ambrose of Ford and Miss hnving claims against the old firm will please present them for payment All where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to Gordon of Covington were married re- Â¬ p irties knowing themselves to be in cently to the surprise of his numerous debted lo the firm either by note or account will please come forward mid friends Dissolution Notice km PALACE Clolli ami Sloe House the tf SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM Leave Your Money gajtiaafcfigwjwtigrtasgastaggjiaag f c HAYS Â¬ This live company one of whom Me srs J A Sullivan and A J is Miss Florence Gerald a talented lady Ree l are school examiners for Madison who was here with Mane Pret cott Poachers desiring certificates early last spring will open a weeks coimiy House should see notice elsewhere in this engagement at the New to morrow night the initial play issue place tbere ho seems now to be located out Xciv York Comedy Coaijstnv 0ra Mr S A Deutherage delivered to E Formaii Son on Monday Mine Mheat a portion of the 2000 busliel lot fcold them at Go cents This is the first new wheat of the season Mr J C Lyter has a word to say in a column announcement elsewhere in this Uiue You who value first class clothing at living prices should read and proiit thereby C Hays is selling out at Mr as he will remove July Is to the Arnold house on First p treet next door to Mr J B Stouffer Mr Hays offers siecial inducements in dry goods and shoes 1 hi ooM Mr H J Strong propietor of the Louisville store cats bte grab hook into the lake of dry goods and clothing purchasers as evidenced by a splendid two column showing elsewhere iu this issue Kead Albert Schilling heretofore with H Ziemau and Benjamin Todd of the firm of Todd Craudall have rented a house iu Lancaster and will open a confectionery and bakery They are a good team and will do well Mr Henry Hargis having declined tbe appointment of Trustee In Rich Â¬ mond Public School District Messrs John E Jreenleaf and Joe Bush have been appointed who with Mr W B White compose the Eoard of Trustees Mr R H Crook attorney at law who removed from this place some months ago to Weukeney Kansas where he Becured a position in a Gov- Â¬ ernment law office has removed to the Pan handle of Texas and along with a syndicate has undertaken to build a town Mr Charles E Smith has returned from a fhort sojourn in Kansas He says the prospect for the com crop Is the finest ever known The Madison county people whom he saw out there and In Kansas City are prosperous and happy Wichita Is not so much on a boom as It was but Kansas City is more lively than ever before Messrs B J Durham P A Marks J T McGrath and James R Dodd represented Old Central Lodge at the Great State gathering of Odd Fel Â¬ lows at Richmond Tho affair was a great success in every particular and our Danville friends are enthusiastic In their praise of Madison comity hospi- Â¬ tality Danville Advocate Court Day m9 - v Bush auctioneer reports 150 cattle on tho market mostly common and only a few changed hands Prices ranged from 2 to 3 cents A few cows and calves at 25 to 38 Forty seven broke mules at S0 to 200 Good horses 150 to 200 Good horses in demand No plug horses Residence Sold Z E Mr Stephen D Parnsh purchased on Monday of Dr T Taylor the Queen property on Lancaster Avenue whioh Dr Taylor recently bought of Mrs W J Queen The property con Â¬ sists of a nice two story brick resideice with basement stid lot GQxifep eet Mr Parrish ajtdwife T7ill takii jsses-Mou about September 1st atid ro to house keeliig J -- Miss Beewe Barbour is visiting Miss Whvcliester is to have an Episcopal Fannie Morton of Winchester church Mack Burton of Barfcourville formerly The meeting of Elder John I Rogers at of this place was in town last week Junction City closed with 20 additions T T Covington is on the road in the Rev R R Noel will preach at Forest interest of the Madison County Fair Grove school house thit county Saturday Miss Drkigford of Mt Sterling is visit- Â¬ and Sunday ing Misses Lila and Annie Chenault Elder Geo Darsie who is preaching in Mr E W Waker is at his old home Boston has accepted a call from the again after a years stay in California Frankfort Christian Church Itenick Will Case Reed attended the Demo- Â¬ Mr A J Rev Green Clay Smith will hold a Judge Thomas J Scott of the Com Â¬ cratic barbecue at Maysvilie on Monday series of meetings at the Baptist church mon Pleas Court was at home over W R Leichcr Esm is at home after beginning next Monday night Sunday He said that his court at There will be preaching at the Waco Winchester was entirely occupied by an extensive toar of the Vet and NorthBaptist church next Saturday Sunday the Renick will case and that it will west probably not be concluded before the Mrs James II Galewoodof Mt Ster-Â¬ and Sunday night at the usual Iipurs last of this week The amount ling k visiting her sister Mrs J M Dont forget the meeting of the Christ is near iiivolved 300000 The Poynte inn Womens Board of Missions in the attorneys for those who seek to break Gen John W Finneil of Louisville basement room of the Christian church the will are John G Carlisle Win editor of the Daily Republican was here mis afternoon Lindsay Judge Jos D Hunt Hatha Â¬ Rev A A Myers of Williamsburg way French G B Nelson E M last week formerly of Berca has built eleven Mr Joe Copcutt of Yonkers N Y Dickereon E S Jouilr Jr and H M Woodford For the will J C S vibited his friend Rev E II Burnam this churches during his residence in Kentucky Faithful man Blackburn B F Buckuer O J Bron place last week ston G CLockhart W M Beckner Preparations are being made for a Mr Wm Crutcber with Stockton T S Tucker C S French Haggard Willis spent Sunday with his fathers revival meeting at the Kavanaugh Camp Benton L H Jones J F WJun Gib Â¬ family in Louisville Ground near Beards Station to begin son Taylor W H French Crdwel August 15th Rev II C Morrison will Miss Goodloe daughter of Hon Win Jackson James Flanagan J D conduct the services Cassius Goodloe of Lexington ib visiting Mitchell M C Li le Rev Green Clay Smith was appointed at Capt J Speed Smiths by tle late Ministers Meeting of Ken- Â¬ PM Hox Robfccd Miss Mary Nealecntcrtaincd her friends The unfortunate pill man mention Â¬ one evening last week complimentary to tucky Baptists to preach the next annual sermon before that body with Rev J D ed iu tho suljMned speoial of the Mjss Goodloe of Lexington Simmons as alternate 80th from LonUun is well known to W B Smith Esq has returned from Rev P A Eubank of Sturgeon Mo mauy people hereabouts where he lias for several years eccasioully sold his Fort Smith Arkansas having visited his is visiting relatives near Riverside Mr Eubank was for many years a missionary medicine Between Bnrbourvllloand daughter Mrs John S Park Miss Turner of Missouri Corbin four miles from the latter place and Miss at Lagos West Africa and will probably Dr ID Morntt an itenerant pill ven-Â¬ Hayden of Louisville are guests of their return to that field of labor in the near fature Winchester Democrat der was attacked last alghthy a negro relative Mrs Bettie Little this place and beaten up and relieved of his The Presbtcrian church at Winches- Â¬ Rev H T Daniel was Secretary of the watch and M iu oash No trace Baptist Convention ter fell upon a novel plan to raise money at Danvilc v He could be found of tho robber although came up to Richmond and spent Sunday Thirty young ladies were interested in the work and each one represented some vigilant search was made continuing Mr Sofcm 11 Fcrreii of Woodlawn business until the night expiess going North One girl was adorned with When tbe train stopped at Lilly for Mo a native of this county has returned spoons knives forks and other articles water two daikies were found perched Itome after a visit to Mr Henry Hargis belonging to a hardware store even to an on top of the baggage coach suspected and other friends here inverted funnel for a hat Another wore Mr S A Kirkman has returned from a a skull and cross bones together with of the robbeiy Their arrest was at- Â¬ tempted by Patrolman Jnckson who stay of several months in North Carolina prescription blanks lancet and other was on the train burthey took to their and will resume teaching in this county instruments pertaining to surgery Still heels and escaped receiving a parting He is an experienced teacher another was patched all over with paper salule in three ehol9 from the patrol Â¬ W H Morton will teach mathe- Â¬ money being the representative of a bank Prof mans pisio matics and sciences in the Winchester Crown of wood adorned with turaing High School He wilt be co principal lathe work was from a planing mill and Pestinaster in Trouble so the characters ran At a given signal It 19 easy for a Postmaster to got into with Dr William Stewart Winchester when the guests had gathered the proces- Â¬ trouble cea when be least expects it Sun sion entered the rooirwind marched around Mrs Jsam Fox left yesterday for Kan- the tables that had been et with Ices The fact tLat he 8 a Postmaster makes certain acis unlawful that would not sas Citv where she will remain for some berriei and cakes When the walking otherwise be so Adam Raider Post Â¬ days visiting her two brothers She will advertisements had been satisfactorily master si Egypt Jackson county is go on to Colorado and spend several viewed the guests were invited to the uuder buul ou auharge of using stamps weeks at Elderado Springs tables and the girls waited upon them to buy merchaljdlse Post offiee In Â¬ Miss EUfc Simmons daughter of Mr The entertainment was pleasant and inspector Ej FineyWorked tip the case Ben Simmons brmerly of Madison teresting and the 50 carts charged at the and made a sure thing of Ju The county who graduated at Marys door added largely to the exchequer of the arrest wa maddhDeputy Marshal P Academy Hot Springs Ark St the 21st church It is supposed that the men on B Rlhy and Hie examining trial held uH wilt return to her home near Nich whoae business was represented were before tomirilsfpner C B Faris of olasvitie Ky in a few changed for tbe advertmmicnt which days London Rahlar when confronted must hare added con derably more to the - Prof R T Irvinefor two years past one proceeds of the entertainment with tup facta made a full confession He ma te his itUruJinses at East Bsru of tbe principals of the Maie High School TITE MIDDLE Or TDK YEAR stadt He waFheld in 5500 bail to ap Â¬ has accepted a position as one of the pear at the October teruVof court The faculty of Central University Prof The first day of July Is at hand ami penaly tor a pftjtrnaster or other post Â¬ Irvine white here made hosts of friends our n counts are all made out aud arc aocittfly and a goed reputation as an inal etujdoyejjaTUg stamps for money ready for settlement All indebted to is 6i io 509 of one lo five years im- - structor Wrnchister Sun us are earnestly invited to call at once prisoumenfdPWftu It seems Raider Mr G C Fiaitcis enteaincd a num aud matte settlements This is of nloiErtwl rsf 1ln DftirA tt tlm ber Of hk friends at the home of his uncle great Importance sih both to our customers oflei m aritfhe will probably be let off Mr L E French on Monday evening anot ourselves Please alteud toil wl the lightest punishment - - m t enjoyable evening to ail j It L E fc j C Francis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ being a new one Caution Tbe troupe opened the casino at Chattinooga and held the boards for three weeks The company will go to Cincinnati by way of Cynthiaua and play an engage Â¬ ment of one month in the jupen City The Chattanooga pHjiers speak in columns of praise Mailundc Clarke the well known humorist is one of the party Richmond has not had aom edy for pome lime and i ripo for a good peiformanee The popular prices 60 to and 25 will catch everybody Mr John Gaines and Miss Sarah Kindred were married June 30th at the Fair Ground by Esquire D P Armer Mr Fihnore Webbter and Miss Nannie Lowe were married June 30th in the Circuit Court room by Esquire D P Armer PERSONAL Both the above marriage ceremonies were performed by Squire Armer in his inim- Â¬ Mrs W E Luxon in Lexington this itable style one invariable essential conweek dition being that the groom shall kiss the Miss Fannie S Snrnett is visiting in bride at the close of the ceremony Squire Armer seems to have had a corner on Lexington marriages on that day Mis MinnfeLetcher is vietting friends Â¬ Â¬ settle- - Wiiitk Stockton With Us In retiring from the drug business i do so with very many regrets and I take this opportunity of lliaiiUiug my friends for their liberal patronage and especially for their confidence manifest Â¬ ed In mi many ways I most cheerfully commend the new firm of Stockton Willis as entirely worthy of the public itronage and Very Truly oontideiice Wm G Richmond Ky June White S 1887 in Mt Sterling Wif Have RELIGIOUS shop Conic To Stay I The undersigned having rented the formeny occupied by L O Schmidt in Richmond Ky is prepared to do all kinds of Â¬ Lawns at 34 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 10 124 and 15 cents per yard reduced from 15 20 and 25 cents Ginghams for Dresses 71 cents former price 10 cents White Goods 5 74 10 and 124 cents former price 74 10 15 and 20 cents Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from G 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 HOODS OF FIFTY PER CENT Â¬ W xxeifzJETxk O PEYTON -- HAS RECEIVED A Carriage and Buggy Work Repairing Painting c which will be done al the lowest fig Â¬ ures and in a workmanlike manner Orders taken for any stjle of Vehicle Having communication with the best Manufactories in the country can order nny kind of Carriage iu a short time and guarantee perfect satis ficlion In all cases The people of Madison county know uie and 1 hope to receive a fair share of their patronage with many thanks for past favors I am Most Respectfully A D SMITJ1 P S Call for Lon smith 27upl3ni 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 Uoae 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 an 1 125 Ladies Linen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs at S cts Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and quality at greatly reduced prices Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 150 a pair worth 2 Ladies Kid Button Sltoes at 2 a pair worth 275 Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cents a pair worth 1 Mens Shoes at 2 a pair Worth 250 Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 Mens Siioes at prices that will astonish you Our entire line of Straw nats at half price to close out Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents AJ1 our Mens Colored Shirts go at half price to close out All our light colored Mens Hats go at half price to close out JlTj J 1 i J OF THE CELEBRATED Li WALLACE AND SPLENDID BARGAINS IN CLOTHING GOItfTIL BUILDING ACTOR Is prepared to do all kinds of AND CONTKACT WORK AT THE MOST Mens Suits at 400 reduced from 500 Mens Suits at 500 reduced from SG00 Mens Suits at 750 reduced from 1000 Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 Mens Suits at 1250 reduced Irom 1800 Boys and Childrens Suits from S200 up to 750 reduced from 300 S4Q0 500 SG00 5750 S1000 S1250 MITCHELL WAGONS HO SUPERIOR Eeasonable Eates Â¬ and in the best manner He is a thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder and those contemplating building will do Weil to secure an estimate from him - Office at his residence on Halite Irvine Street apr 13 We have made a general reduction in Eor which he is sole agent for the counties the prices of every thing in our House of Madison and Estill A This wagon has THESE GOOBS MUST GO tf The Successful Man Is tho result or many years I of observation lie part ot Its labor and reflection hcliolnry nntbor It trenUot success nnil Its conditions The man Is seeu In Uie Ml nl fokl IttHatliD of bis Uieaml thete relations nre discussed with a visor im mrpaised and a Hilsllly to ilie truth uaequaliHl This Ih the book for ilio present enson Acenta aro making framfti ufltXI per wrut tMfclue onlera for it mid applications arc renohing ia by the score AiceutA winled ill every county in Ken tacky ilcise write at once and secure territory before the best field is all autigmx KPHCIAt TERUB TO STUDENTS AND COLLEHEMEN Addrem Hill AUarvoyNo lit Charles StJnne SUiau ltalumore iXC uin Our stock must be reduced to make room as we need it and are determined that the as all who have used it can testify goods must go The material in this wagon is warranted THESE AESE ALL FACTS with fair usage for twelve months I can INDISPUTABLE Come FACTS Care- Â¬ Sell You A Good Thimble Skein and See For Yourself FOE - Examine Critically and Compare fully every thing is under price m yGLAS The only 83 SZLUIUS Shoo in the world Finest Calf perfect tl end P Wf warranted CangreKi lluttoa and Itse nil stfla toe As A7m VfS ea stvlua and drrawe those cooUbk ot IS ALL KINDS OE 3 BMOl G roa O Sixty One Dollars t V RUGS and Oil ClaOTHS 1L I I JO UULAS 8350 6ZIOK excels im 3 sitae aaver- iea uj oiucr gr Y u s AT EBUlftKS DRY GlaOTHISFO- fS JT Jf rmnin WfrteiaS in tV tlIa MIP lvx KV V- lulSTtOnUM 1 daHH 0 ft DOECXJMJ 83 SHOE Dots sU nor UicTT theni sraa your nutni oa If jwir CxkVt does not Allies pestii to W IU DOBGLASI5roclitoa 3 I kj tatlQ t MJ M lbM1 N1M and SHOES HATS are away down in price at BOOTS OODS c H Janc-aqil-t- 3- t Putrouize J J Broolqi Uie Uruggjt IKZaminotiL Xstmisville J STRENGS Store Persons wishing to examine this wagon can do so bj calling at my store on Maiai street BichntbM - 0 A HUGE B BAROMETER RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Thcro are more sohools in France than any other country in Europe To feed the mind on evil thought is to produce vile actions in life Zions Herald Wcsleyans have established a now mission in Uppor Burmah making Mandalay their headquarters Lot men laugh whon you sacrifice desire to duty if they will You have time and eternity to rejoice in Theo- Â¬ dore Parker An applicant for a teachers certi- Â¬ ficate on being requested to name four animals of the torrid zone wrote two lions and two elephants Boston has 542 schools with an average attendance of nearly 51000 pnpils and 18S2 teachers Tho not expenditure for 18SG was 145402386 A bequest of 80000 has been made to found lectureships on natural theology at the four Scottish universi ties Edinburgh gets 25000 Glasgow and Aberdeen 20000 each and St Andrews 15000 Wan Sin Lee a Chinaman who has saved over 15000 in the laundry business has applied for admission to Cornell University Ho says he has been converted to Christianity and that he intends to go as a missionary to China Eifty years ago two fifths of tho public school teachers in Massachusetts were men now about one tenth arc The average wages of men nion then were 2544 per month and of women 1138 ovr mon avoragc 111 23 and women 4397 Dr Warren of Boston is here says a Rome dispatch studying the practicability of establishing an Amcri can institute of RomAn history and archeology toward the founding of which he says an American woman has New Tork Sbnt Experiment with a Three Story Tub of Glycerine An ordinary mercurial barometer is something less than three feet long and in a finely adjusted instrument the scale by which its changes arc read is divided into thousandths of an inch so that to take an exact reading some- Â¬ np at T-- L IwB- - fee So Kspan lier for A1 in thf lastS Ootnit Thora orats woman It w tion4i tiQi lomm laiEb nii Paysons on his dying bed said to his daughter You Will avoid much pain and anxiety if you will learn to trust all your concerns in Gods hands Cast all your care upon Him for He careth for you But if you merely go and say that you cast your care upon Him you will come away with the load on your shoulders Superintendent Gray in South Dakota during the first year in Sunday-school work organized forty one All this was done some months visited sixty five and now Mr Mills is experimenting Sunday schools othorsiofficiatcd at fourteen communion with the scale by which the changes in services baptised sixteen received the height of the column of glycerine seventy three into churches preached are to be noted at their true barometri- 231 times besides attending councils cal value The glycerine rises to a associations and other meetings trav- Â¬ height of from twenty five to twenty eling 11500 miles Chicago Advance seven feet in the tube where in a mer- Â¬ Miss Grace IL Dodge the new curial barometer the fluid would riso woman school commissioner of 2fcw about as many incite A temporary York is the moving spirit of the work paper scale is now affixed to the wall ing girls guilds in that city which beside that part of tlie tall tube through have at least three thousand members which the top of this column of glycer- Â¬ There arc six or eight of tho guilds ine rises and falls with the changes of and all havo beon established dui the atmosphorc and on this scale in a ing the past three years The advan Â¬ space of about two feet are marked tages include club rooms with libraries the divisions answering to about two where t e girls find a pleasant and inches on the scale of an ordinary mer- Â¬ wholesome place for evening resort curial barometer On this exaggerated with now and then a lecture and a sim scale of about a foot to an inch a pie tea and Women physicians rogu-larlemployed to give skilled service change of five one thousandths of an to all who need it inok can be read with the naked eye The advantages of Mr Mills big WIT AND WISDOM barometer are these It is so big that slight variations can be read at sight Hate is the dregs o meanness and seen from a distance at a glance the variation in movement is not only Wliilekall Times Why should not ducks be allowed groat but it is quick and Mr Mills thinks his big barometer will give a on doctors promises Because they hint at coining storms two or three make such personal remarks It is no honor credit or profit to hours before a mercurial barometer cheat a person who knows loss than will show a depression Mr Mills is watching the weather you do Pomeroys Democrat Customer I would like to look at and the weather glass closely and is Shop comparing the records of his barometer a fat goosemissus Boy If youll wait will be here New with the daily readings of the standard a minute Age baromoter at the signal office in the The Equitable building and the glass in the always man who has the reputation of saying just what he thinks is Maritime Exchange In a few months cither an exceedingly good actor or a or ayear Mr Mills expects to have an fooL accurate scale by which he can take In some strange way the powor to practically correct barometrical readÂ¬ accumulate money seems to dwarf the ings power to elevate the soul Cumberland Otto Guorickc of Madgoburg in Presbyterian about 1650 constructed a water barom- Â¬ You cant convince a young man eter which had a glass tube about the whose best girl has just said Yes size of this one of Mr Mills He set it that this country is going to wreck and up in his house with the end out above ruin Somcrville Journal the roof A manikin floated on the Slranger How long does it take top of the column of water and when mc to get to Door Island and back the baromoter fell the little man dis Â¬ Young Bostonian who has beon there appeared below the roof and folks That depends on the length of your knew that he had gone in to be out of sentence sir the rain K T Sun Wco Fanny bit hor tongue one day and came in crying bitterly LINCOLNS YOUTH O What is it askod hor mother she said my teeth stepped EotTowTal Little Abraham at III Belored mamma on my tongue Mothers Grave A man has no reason to be proud This life has been vaunted by poots and romancers as a happy and health- Â¬ of his honesty whon he has no tempta-Â¬ ful one Even Dennis Hanks speak- Â¬ tions to do wrong and is too well ing of his youthful days when his only watched to do any funny business even home was the half faced camp says if he wanted to do so Fall River AdÂ¬ I toll you Billy I enjoyed myself bet- Â¬ vance Lyman Beecher once replied to Dr ter then than I ever have since But How are we may distrust the reminiscences of an inquiry of Dr Hawes First rate first old settlors who see their youth yon getting on rate rate since through a rosy mist of memory The tryingfirst run ever world I stopped this to Living life was neither enjoyable nor whole- Â¬ Churcli some The rank woods were full of We agree with BobBurdottc tho malaria and singular epidemics from most truthful sajing of his life inGod time to time ravaged the settlements wasted mud when he made the man who In the autumn of 1818 the little com- Â¬ after taking a paper for six months or-Â¬ munity of Pigeon Creek was almost dered it stopped without paying up ar-Â¬ exterminated by a frightful pestilence rears Oil City Critic called the milk sickness or in the dia Â¬ Why Men Hate Women Why lect of the country the milk sick Women are Tired of Mon were the It is a mysterious disease which has titles of two articles recently sent to an boon the theme of endless wrangling editor for approvaL He returned them among Western physician and the with the brief legends They dont DemoresVs MonUily They arnt difficulty of ascertaining any thing about it has been groatly increased by A gentleman to test a ypung mans the looal sensitiveness which forbids knowledge asked Whats the differ- Â¬ any one to admit that any well defined ence between the regular and irregular We got more lickings oase has over been seen in the neigh- Â¬ Greek verbs borhood although just over the creek trying to learn tho irregular ones or in the next county they have was the reply Penmans Art Journal She was admiring a big Newfound- Â¬ had it bad It seems to have been at the dog throwing a malignant form of fever attrib-Â¬ landarms around show and said You his neck her uted variously to malaria and to dear old follow love you I Ayouth the eating of poisonous herbs by the whoheard her remarked Howl wishj Â¬ cattle attacking cattle as well as hu- was a dog Tho answer came from man beings attended with violent the same sweet lips Never mind retchings and a burning sensation in dear youll grow Judge the stomach often terminating fatally That Dear Old Pass on tho third day In many cases those I love It I lore it and who alas who apparently recovered lingered foi Can chide me or iorinac that dear old pass it long as a sacred years with health seriously impaired Ive treasured that pastboard irith prize And I gaze at tearful eyes Among the pioneer of Pigeon Creek Long long Ive carried it next to my heart eo ill fed ill housed and uncarcU for Twas bj truest friend and well never part Ye Buglt mans hat yet again theyll chalk there was little prospect of recovery Till then with faith in the future Ill walk Inter OceanThe from such a grave disorder Not Amphibious Miss Muleahey Sparrows husband and wife died Sure Mister ORafierty its disapearly in October and Nancy Hanks Lincoln followed them after an inter Â¬ pointed that we were last night that val of a few days Thomas Lincoln ycz didnt call at our house as yez promised made the coffins for his dead out of Muleahey Mr ORafierty Sure Miss1 its sorry that I am but green lumber out with a whip saw come I cant be in two place all buried with scant couldnt and they were at once Its not amphibious that 1 ceremony in a little clearing of the am Texas Sijlingi forest It is related of little Abraham that he sorrowed most of all that his To Be Settled Later roothtr should have been laid nway with sbh maimed rites and that he Doctor said the slck man the triedrcgural months Inter to lijjfe a Â¬ wanderTnc preacher uametl David other physicians who haw bson in con sultation over my case scbfli to differ TElkiu brought to the settlement lode with you n the diagnosis- liver a funeral sermon over hur grave 1 know they dp replied the docalready Miff and hit with her early tor who Jias groat fionfhlcnco in him srniter snows W Jtt ami Hay- Lift sell but the autopsy will show whs Lincoln- - in Cenlun A Y Sun was tight an ordinary mercurial barometer the open tube is filled with mercury one end being closed and then with the open end stopped tho tube is simply reversed and the stopped end is immersed in the cistern of mercury and unstopped there As the fluid falls by its own weight in the tube until the ah pressure outside holds it in balance a vacuum is produced in the upper end of the tube Mr Mills couldnt very well turn his tube up side down in order to get a vacuum and so closing the lower end of the tube he filled it with glycerine from the top Thon he stopped the upper end with a rubber cork and poured a little glycerine above that to keep out the air This being done he opened the lower end of the tube under the surface of the glycerine in the copper cistern in the cellar and the column of fluid sank until it just balanced the pressure of the atmosphere Â¬ thirty-one-fo- ot Â¬ Greenpoint before one sufficiently per- Â¬ fect for practical purposes was ob Â¬ tained Thon it was hoisted to the roof of the Front street building and a hole large enough to admit the tnbe was bored through the roof and down through the several floors to the cellar The tube was carefully lowered through this hole and suspended by a brass collar against tho wall in Mr Mills office whioh is on the second floor The lower end of the tube hangs in a cistern tiled with glycerine in the floor of the cellar Having thus suspendod his mam Â¬ moth glass tube after breaking one tube in tho first attempt Mr Mills set about filling it To get a vacuum in feet long Mr Zophar Mills Jr has recently found pleasure and profit in experi Â¬ menting with a glycerine cistern baÂ¬ rometer So far as Mr Mills knows his is one of three glycerine barometers in the world There is one in London and one In Scotland Mr Mills has had a glass tube drawn thirty one feet long and with an ouulde diameter of one and one ourth inches The inside measurement or bore is just an inch Seron of these tubes were drawn at times a magnifying glass is used In the hall of the Koyal Society Somerset House Engis a water barometer forty contrihuted10000 The University of Berlin has 5357 students a gain of nearly 2000 in fif-Â¬ teen years The students in theology number 794 in law 1283 and in medicine 1297 There arc hut sixteen professors of theology to twenty two professors of legal lore and 100 of the science of medicine Congregalhnal isU FRENCHMAN Adtrocato Who Delighted In tho Be 4n fense of the Cnfortunat This man is not eloquent ho is elo- Â¬ quence itself said somebody of La chaud andiliat somebody was Gambetta What a pity for tho bar of every civil Â¬ ized country that Maitre Lachauda ar Â¬ dent overflowing nature could not master his invincible horror of the pen What models are perhaps lost to the readers of Cicero and Demosthenes Yet there are records which survivo in the European press of the last half cen Â¬ tury and the work of restoration ably begun by M Saugmor in the volumes just issued will we trust be carried to completion Lachaud was not only the orator but in a sense the dramatist of the French assizes no otlwr advocate can show us as he has done what a great criminal ii in himself In the hands of Lachaud saysM Saugnicr in tho preface a criminal cause ceased to be vulgar and common- Â¬ place and was transformed The crime the criminal and the horror justly in- Â¬ spired by them wero no longer its only features one recognised in the criminal a human being driven hither and thither by humsn passions Thus each caso became a romance a drama in which the advocate was stage manager Doctors dissected the body Lachaud dissected hearts and souls and passed master in the science he made the studr interesting and attractive to everybody ins vivhi imagination assisted by his noble heart and abounding charity oft- Â¬ en aroused good and noble sentiments deeply concealed in the hearts of his clients and unknown oven to them many who heard him felt that tho ex Â¬ pounder had had emotions which they themselves had experienced so truly dkl Lachaud speak to the heart After stirring men to the very depths of their being in this way and after having given them such unforeseen emotions lie became their master What more natural Truth love and mercy who can pic Â¬ ture a nobler crown It is related ol M Lachaud that before addressing a jury in a case of life and death he would withdraw from the sight of men to a quiet corner of his parish church and there before the chapel of the Virgin lighting a taper according to the touch- Â¬ ing custom Of his childhood he would ponder the history of a crime and seek in the silence of his own heart the argu- Â¬ ments that went with such irresistible force to the hearts of those who heard the sweet impassioned music of that voice He never stooped to a jury ho unbent to them he raked them to tho height of his own emotions His pity followed a felon to the grave and pro ceiled him beyond it What an earnest delicate and humane appeal to the con science of a wretch whose head was within a measurible distance of thd A FAMOUS USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE o- - HORSE POINTS TO AVOID A Do only merit notbuy when cheapness is the lilt or Utiles tofeo Applied tloufof Horses In the Sclcc grt Never leave nails sticking in loose boards whore animals might step on them Rub your stovopipo with linseod oil keep it in a dry place and it will not rust Boil Siberians or crab applos whole twenty fivo minutes eight ounces of sugar to a quart Dont compel your horses to cat musty hay It will produce fatal lung trouble and in any event heavos It cost about ono and a half cents por pound to manufacture sugarino by tho secret formula which is in use Always set your hons in tho even- Â¬ ing rather than by daylight Thoy will be more sure to stick to the no3t afterwa d To produce a good gloss on linon pour a pint of boiling water upon two ounces of gum arabic cover and let stand over night add a spoonful to tho Good Cheer starch Sweep carpets gently Even rag carpets should bo treated with consid- Â¬ A severe digging With a eration broom wears the warp and scrapes out the lint of tho rags needlossly The valuo of a good horse is never realized until ho is dead or parted with Time spent in looking after tho comforts of tho work horses is timo well spent Montreal Wilnsss Custard Cake Three eggs well beaten ono cupful sugar one and one third cupfuls of flour six tablcspoon fuls sweet cream two teaspoonfuls baking powder flavor to taste Toledo Blade In regard to selling wheat from wagons why docs not tho farmer take a sample of wheat and engage before soiling and not bo at the mercy of sharks in order to sell anil got homo rcqniro The English Government large active horses for cavalry service Tho following rules aro given for guid- Â¬ ance in buying them As a rule thoy will apply In tho selection of horses for other woik Thoy aro as follows i c three off after October 1 should not bo loss than 15 hands 0J inch nor exceed 151 for light cavalry For medium they should not bo less than 151 nor ovor 152 For heavy cavalry not less than 152 nor over 153 In measuring a horse or judging of his hoijjht and size by sight take caro that ho stands on a levol with yoursolf Dealers gonorally stand a horse if under-sized on higher ground or if over size on lowor ground than tho intend Â¬ ing purchasor Want of a fair amount of breeding should bo an absoluto bar Reject a horse with a big coarso head Reject a horse with a small sunkon cj c They are gonorally obstinate and sulky Reject a horse of a color light of the Four-year-olds Reject a horso with a long slaok back It will not carry weight Reject a horse with a hollow back Tho formation is weak Reject a horse with flat sides Thoy will not do work or look well Reject a horse with a slack loin i c undue length between tho last ribs and hind quarters sacrum They aro often bad feeders and will run up light sort Indiana Farmer Do not place raw meat directly on ice for the juices arc apt to be with drawn It should never bo left in thi dlers especially wrapping paper Put in an uqcoverc Reject a horse with a thick or short dish and thei sot on the ice Farm Heck Field and Sloahman Reject a horso unloss it has a good Milk Soup Four potatoes tyo onions tvo ounces of buttor quarter rein With a clumsy neck the head is of an ounce of salt popper to taste in conscquoncc badly sot oil Without a good rein a horse will never break one pint of milk three tablospoonfuls tapioca Boil slowly all the vegetables with two quarts of wator Strain through tho colandor Add milk and tapioca Boil slowly and stir constantly for twenty minutes Boston Budget The best remedy for roup which is indicated by a discharge from the nos- Â¬ trils hoarse breathing and refusal of food on thd part of the fouls is to in Â¬ ject in each nostril with a syiingo or sewing machine Can two drops of a mixture of otic tablcsnoonful each of lard and crude potroleum to which ten drops of carbolic acid have been added Troy 2imes Whon filos havo become clogged with oil and greaso the best plan is to boil them for a few minutes in some strong caustic soda wator A little scrubbing with an old tooth brush will be beneficial before rinsing them in boiling wator and drying thenl before the firei The which are so pins harmful to lino work can be removed by a thiu hard piece of sheet brass These pins may to a great extent be avoided by Using chalk on tho file if it be used dry or oil whon that may bo applied woll Rojeot a horso with very low withers Tho saddlo will bo apt to work for- Â¬ wards and the rein will probably be deficient and the leverage for the mus-Â¬ cles of the forehead is defective Reject a horse if very short There is not room enough for the kit To see all the above points stand on tho side and form your opinion before the horse moves oil Reject a horso with a narrow or shal- Â¬ low chest There is not sufficient ca pacity for the lunga Reject a horse with fore logs very This and the former close togothor defect gonorally go together To see these points stand in front Reject a horse whose fore logs aro not straight They will not stand wear Stand behind the horse as he walks away from jou and you will bo ablo to notico these defects if they ex Â¬ with work iicject n horso with a light loin t c want of breadth oVor tho loins Thoy run up light with work Reject a horse with scraggy hip3 Thoy never do creJit to feeding par- Â¬ ticularly if also slack in the loins Reject a horso with a bad girth t c light through the hoart This forma- Â¬ tion will always cause trouble in sadÂ¬ ao scaffold Â¬ Â¬ j- Some one has spoken of the defend dri that ants irreligious opinions point I have little to sav as M lAvocai General does not call him to account for what he has thought it is not my duty to do so but I deeply regret the fatal error which at this moment must increase his unhappiness For my own part I know of no greater oonsolation given to us here below than those drawn from faith and the certainty of Gods uidginent for my own part I pity an vnhappy creature who thinks that every thing ends with life and this world for my own part mv reason even mora liudly than my heart asserts that tiio ujiuirjj nuu mitt jiui uewivou iiteir i misery here below will find compensa J tiou for their sufTerinir above and that prosperous sinners will there find the chastisement due them for unmerited happiness One can understand the intense mel Â¬ ancholy which seized him on the morn- Â¬ ing of an execution and which in such a busy life even his gay and active hu- Â¬ mor was unable to shake off The relation between prisoner and counsel is more personal at the French bar The defenders part does not cease as with us when justice has pro nounced the final verdict he then seeks an interview with the head of the State and appeals in last resort to the prerog Â¬ ative of mercy Lachauds eloquence came so naturally from tho heart like the breath and body of his own thoughts that in a private conference with so con Â¬ summate a man of the world as tho Third Napoleon without any advantago of legal drapery and emotional appara- Â¬ tus he wrested from the man a pardon which was only canceled by the sover- Â¬ eign This was the case of the cele- Â¬ brated prisoner La Fommerais tho French Palmer But we shall leave M Saugnier to tell the story M Lachaud went to the Tuillories and was received by M Tascher de la Pagerie who conducted him into tho Salon dApollon where the Empross usually gave audience At his entrance the Empress hastened toward him with much simplicity indeed almost running She was accompanied by the Emperor and they stood during the whole audi Â¬ ence which lasted three quarter of an hour The little Prince Imperial was playing in the next room playing sol- Â¬ dier and blowing a trumpet In tho course of conversation the Empress said that M 1Avocat General had shown much feeling in his plea The Emperor answered What do you expect Ono must defend ones self energetically against an adversary like M Lachaud he wins all his cases When the con- Â¬ ference was over and M Lachaud was about to withdraw tho Empress said M Lachaud I am entirely on your side The Emperor promised to givo the matter especial attention M LaÂ¬ chaud had gained his cause and tho warrant was sent back to the authori Â¬ ties marked Pardoned by the Em- Â¬ peror M Barochc then Minister of Justice did not accept the decision as soon as he received the warrant he has- Â¬ tened to the Tuilleries saw the Emperor and gave him to understand tlint society and public opinion demanded an ex- Â¬ ample The Emperor yielded and La Pommerais was not pardoned Satur day Review London Facts and Figures The City Press publishes the follow ing interesting facts and figures of Lon- Â¬ don gleaned from a pamphlot by Mrs Brewer It appears that in the metrop- Â¬ olis there are 101 hospitals in which 1250000 people are relieved and which dispense outdoor relief to 4000000 nn nuallv Twenty five per 1000 of tho population uire paupers and are re- Â¬ lieved at a cost of over 512600000 It also seems tliat there are many moro lunatic women than men Cabs havo increased during the last ion years from 10000 to over 19000 Fourteen thou Â¬ sand four hundred and seventy eight children were lost in London last year Greater London contains an area of 448334 acres The population for this year is given as 5199166 of whom 60252 are foreigners 49554 Scotch 80778 Irish 3211 blind and 1972 deaf and dumb In 1881 there were 11705 licensed public and beer houses and lii 519 males and 9618 females wpto charged with drunkenness In tho same year there wero 265 persons killed and 3592 maimed by street acci Â¬ dents and 354 sntoJdos There wero 20667 articles loit in public convey Â¬ ances of which 11218 wore restored Thero are 407 nowspapers published in London O ist Reject a horse which is light below the knee specially if immediately be-Â¬ Â¬ Tho good people of Albany N Y propose to celebrate tho 200th anniver Â¬ sary of the reception of her charter on the 22d of next July On that day in 1686 the charter was received and the event was dulv celebrated on the 96th by her 1200 inhabitants In 1788 tho centennial celebration was held Al- Â¬ bany is one of the oldest cities in the Union and proposes to hold a oelebti tion worthy her history and her advance in population and industry She will jnvito tho Governors of the thirteen or Â¬ iginal Slates and tho Mayors of eHiiSs that are ovor one hundred years old Albany Journal A pair of rams horns which havo grown Into a tree to the depth of sevontl inches and have become themselves of a woody nature are among the curiosi Â¬ ties exhibited in San Francisco Â¬ low tho knee The conformation is osscatially weak Reject a horse with long or with short or with upright pasterns Long pastorns arc subject to sprains Short FASHIONS FOR MEN or upright pasterns mako a horse un pleasant to ride and on account of Spring and Summer Styles or Silk and extra concussions aro apt to cause Derby Hats Shoes and Shirts ossific deposits The now silk hat has a straightor Rojcct a horso with toes turned in or cronn with less bell to it said a out The twist gonorally occurs at tho prominent hattor and is smaller in fotlock Toes turned out aro more its general proportions than that of last objectionable toes turned in year On both the American and Eng- Â¬ when toes arcthan turned out the fetlocks lish made hats the rims are quite nar- Â¬ arc generally turned in and animals row though the dip and curve at tho so formed arc very apt to cut or urush side arc about the same The Derby Both howover are weak formations business wear has a rather hat for Reject a horso whose hind legs arc small round crown with a narrow too far behind Good propelling brim is closely curled at the sides and will bo wanting and disease as a powoi rosult the same height as heretofore is about ma be expected in the hocks Light weight Dcrbys arc increasing in Reject a horse which goes either very demand for summer wear and are wido or very close behind made without lining Reject i horse with vory straightor The trade call them skeleton hats very bent hocks Tho former causo and they arc selling very well In unduo concussion tho latter aro apt to Derbys black is the reigning color give way though there is as usual a liboral Reject a horse which is split up sprinkling of tho lighter shades of f c shows much daj light between his brownish drabs etc Those hats will thighs Propelling powor comos from bo worn through the summer and behind and must bo deficient in horses there arc some hatlors who say that without due muscular develop mont following the English custom and that between the thighs carries weight with many New York Reject a horse with flat feet or ovor men the silk hat may be correctlj largc feot also with vory small feet Â¬ worn the year round even in the hot- Medium size are the host test weather Reject a horse with ono foot smaller Said a well known shoo dealer Tho than another Agricultural Gazette prevailing fashion seems to demand a shoo neither too narrow nor too wide THE FARMERS FLqCK one of a gracofully rounded outline giving a better lino to tho foot and bo Kept In n Healthy giving much more satisfaction than How it canDuring the Summer Condition the wider toed style Patent leather The reiteration in relation to ex-Â¬ shoes made to lace will bo generally treme care in the management of fowls used for spring and sunimor woar Top gaiters made in light colored often soon in journals devoted to the Kersey cloth will bo still worn though profession does not apply especially to to a moderate extent during tho fanners Poultry kept under oxtremo spring and thay will be succeeded in artificial conditions as to shelter and summer as they wore last year by top food like animals under the same con- Â¬ gaiters made from light shades in linen dition rendors special caro necossary When large flocks are kept on a lim Â¬ and canvas ited space constant vigilance is re-Â¬ There arc few changes in shirts remarked a prominent harbcrdashor quired to keep the flocks free from con- Â¬ and collars as well The high collar tagions and epidemic diseases Tho is still tho inexorable mode Those same thing is found in largo cities with the lapols turned back are rather where the inhabitants aro crowded the moro popular and of a moro pro- Â¬ Constant care is used by tho health offi- Â¬ nounced style Tho extreme high col- Â¬ cers to discover and check discaso as lar of the past two seasons seems to havo early as possible On the farm tho flocks arc small disappeared or at least to have been greatly modified Link cuffs remain Thoy have plonty of range In the tho proper caper and they ma be summer they largely find their own with square or rounded corners Many food They aro subject to fewer dis- Â¬ fancy shirts will bo worn from present eases than is the caso when largfc flocks indications and they will bo in various are kept If the farmer has beon care- Â¬ designs such as stripes checks and ful to keep his birds healthy and free jpronounced plaids in black blue red from vermin thoro should be no in carrying them through the pink and even combinations with col- Â¬ lars and cuffs to match In dress shirts summer- Dry dust as wb have here- Â¬ the styles are getting to bo even moro tofore 6tated is tho natural remedy against vermin Ii liborally supplied sxponsivc The bosoms aro cut wider fowls will keop thomsolvos free A to follow- tho demands of tho shield shaped ost and thoy aro made to be littlo caro in tho nesting boxes will worn with cuffs and collara attached also keep them free of vermin So far as food is concerned tho 3r dotached at your option Tho Bcarf holds its remarkahty long farmer who foods liborally in summer run of popularity and there is tho of avariotyof grains with plenty of usual vast number of new colors gen Â¬ skimmed and soured milk with tho erally in the lighter shades as tho sea- Â¬ waste vagotablos and scraps of the house ought to havo no difficulty in son domands Albany Argus getting plonty of eggs and a good sup- Â¬ ply of healthy chicles Tho exercise Cotton Seed Oil and Lard takon in search of food and being con It is known to most intelligent per-Â¬ stantlj in tho open air also causes tho sons that tho seed ojf the cotton plant chicks to grow up with great vital ac- Â¬ whioh was onco regarded us waste roa tion iarjM Field and Stockman terialis now utilized for sundry purpos- Â¬ es A gigantic corporation called tho Tho heg cholera says tho Indiana Cotton seed Oil Trusts has grown up Farmer yas somewhat prevalent in having its factories all over tho South 158 The papors of tho time men Â¬ to crush the seed and so extract the oil tioning tlint fact contain the following The residum is then fed to cattle rocoipt Somo of tho Western fanners Tcore were 500000 tons of seed crush havo found that by giving tholr hogs ftuihe mills last year and as each ton cornmiscodwith tar thoy havo cured yields about 40 gallons of oil nearly the cholera among their hogs- - and preÂ¬ 20000000 gallons wore produced vented the 6prcad of it 8L Louis Re- Â¬ 6574000 wero exported last year and publican about 40 a gallon was paid for tho oil Muqh of this comes back to us in the A girl thirteon years old living in form of what is called olivo oil but the Jcrsoy City was recently afflicted with most curious fact is that the greater an excruciating toothache Her face part is sold for lard Mr Phil Armour swelled frightfully an abscess fornmd of Chicago uses nearly 4000000 gal Â¬ between tho jaw and check and whon lons per annum and more than half of It burst the child died of homorrhago what is called lard is really cotton seed oil Some of it Is used in the manufac- Â¬ Every farmer can afford in a meas Â¬ ture gf cheese - This furnishes one exÂ¬ ure to bo his own experimenter and it ample of tho sophistication which h is by exprimcnta tests that wo gather taking place in so many articles ol suggestive Itin ts which sometimes plfpVf commerce Hemoresit fifmUAiu Important facts National View difll-cultfour-in-hand HEALTH IN SCHOOLS Sanitary rraovjUurn Thtt Sliiuld be AtlteU ly all SsliosI JtMrdJ It Li a grand and noble tiling that in so many of our State tin children of the n ition are invibed to attend ths pub- Â¬ lic schools free of all expense But suroly it should be an axiom of such a gratuity that wo must assemble tho chil- Â¬ dren in a way that will not expose them to any undue risks of health With the inottt of those who attend the sohools health is to be tho working capital H this is imperiled to any groat degree no ordinary accumulation of knowledge will compensate for its lost It can not be concealed that far too littlo attention is given to the caro of the physical edu- Â¬ cation Basilica what this involves in the training of tho child is what it deÂ¬ mands in tho care of his surroundings We no longer aro in doubt as o what It floor is the model school room should be of the nmoothest and bal ma terial The wood should be so prepared as not to absorb deleterious matters and tho very cracks if tho floor treated liko those of a hospital so as not to be the rosting places for organic mat tor The same rule should apply to every article of wood and to all wood- Â¬ work in tho room Plain surfaces without crevices should permit of the easiost cleansing by dry or wot rub- Â¬ bing The walls should be of tho best hard finish The relation between the walls and the outer inclosure should be such that by means of porous materia1 or air spaced there should be no continuous dampness It is now possible so to construct the inclosure that it shall contribute to dryness and to a free minute circulation of air tlirough its material Thus sweet walls protect from draught and yet admit valuable quantities of pure air The next thing to be thought of is how to secure a prevalence of pure air in tho school room To do this wo must see to it that we minimize the sources of foul or incompetent air and that we secure an incoming of such pure air as will compensate for the necessary deterioration All the details of cleanliness as applied in the school room serve to dimin Â¬ ish dust and those putrcsciblc or Â¬ ganic matters which are wont to float in tho air and to reduce its quality In heating we are to remember that beÂ¬ sides the burning up of oxygen which h accomplished by all systems which heat tho air of tho room only wo are not only impoverishing the air but too often addin vanous gases which aro un friondly to perfect respiration In lighting we are to remember that unless it be the electric light we arc also consuming the oxygen of the air and must see to it that this is not done to an unduo extent and especially that our kerosene and gas does not add to the air some deleterious substance Imperfect combustion will of itself do this As the presence of each person involves the removal from the air of about fivo per centum of its oxygen and the addition in its place of nearly the same quantity of carbonic acid and as with it then is tho transpiration or exhalation of thirty grains or more of highly putrescible or ganic matter wo are diligently to inquire how all this can be neutralized or quickly and harmlessly removed This can only be done by adjusting the size of the room and tiie modes for the introduction of pure air to the number of persons in the room so that a sufficient supply can be furnished without undue draught We derive our estimate of the amount of air needed by considering how much air passes through a luns at each inspira tion or in from sixteen to twenty in spirations per minute and how far the consequent impairment of the air is affected by it We also have to give con- Â¬ sideration to the fnct that something de- Â¬ pends upon the relation of position which one person boars to another and to tlie proportion this floor space bears to the general area of the rooin Even with theseas location health and cleanliness of persons modes of heating state of atmosphere etc have so much to do with the circulation of air we have to test results by the othor results of of experience the souses and by actual chemical tests of the amount of carbonic acid and other material found The conclusion from all this has been that in the estimate for schools not les than two hundred and fifty cubic feet of space should he allowed to each par-Â¬ son of which at least twelve square feet is represented in floor space the ceilings not being reckoned higher than twelve feet The supply of air neces- Â¬ sary to keep this in a pure condition and yet to prevent draught being felt in its admission must not be less than one thousand five hundred cubic feet It is easy to see how far short most schools come of this requisition It in any particular cose any school board claims that in the school building such an allowance is unnecessary they should bo able to show that tte Angus Smith carbonic acid teat showed the amount of carbonic acid present to be ordinarily with Â¬ in limits and that the ther Â¬ mometer the hygrometer and the permanganate test showed a satisfactory record This rule is Keep the room so that tho air contained in a bottle of room air shows no precipitate whon shaken with a half ounce of fresh clear lime wator Too often another evidence of the foulness of the air is afforded by sluggish or irri- Â¬ table minds by coughs and colds and feverishness and that general state of uncomfortablenoss which does so much to demoralize some schools and to di- Â¬ minish the ability for intellectual ac Â¬ quirement Other effects aro too often apparent in headaches palo faces and a want of that vigorous expression of healthy happy boyhood and girlhood without which the mind has a casket too frail N J Independent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Honor demanded the infliction of severe punvsbmont on tho ground that it is timo to do away with nsagos worthy of tho barbarous ages Tho poor devil turned his head to sec this terrible accuser and uttered an ex-Â¬ clamation cf surprise he cried youre the very Why man that told mo I must fight or be disgraced Silence exclaimed the President of the court The prisoner wai condemned to six day3 of imprisonment and a fine When all was over of forty dollars he called upon the Advocate Gsneraland said What sort of a joker nro yon It was you who told me that I must tho Legion FOUND -- HUMPHREYS D3E3eElS7S3C0S Cloth Co Binding 111 raju wBk Strtl Ijnwf juitzsraiE lUm r a B 11 cemxa c Tooilun X T AT THE list 07 rorscir ai so rxurz CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE 1 Firen Worsts n Ids CeMc Worm oncotms InftuMMtioac i r WorCoie ot omiun hbu - 2 SI Iliolrm Slorbuj Tho amiable Magistrate shook him by the hand smilingly Of course when I spoke to yon in that way it was as a man of the world in court I spoke as a Magistrate Do you grasp tho shading Fiiith I dont Well you will by and by Yon are not quite used to our ways as yet Paris Paper A WAR fightr DYKES ON J B wu Miasm jm Vi nraleU Toottacb rMnjn lladllgtg Pc QEVJEOPATH2Q ilk nwii ii Croup IXWO JtnMUKW M -- It llbemn Krrpl Itlirnraallim XAmnuxx 11 lr V JStifwBiivrtoJ Biles mo rimuw rim Bl4 or BlMdmc DOBHZ - Ul - 21 32 IV - bfu Pmiss 30 I IS North Second Street A full and complete stock of Cil u STAPLE AND FANCY SPECS FIGS -- ao DHMHPlJe Wnssm 30 nrral BMAAA rrroa llfWIhy Wcttinc Be 1 IMI 3 Urinary WrmiiMtr Iliutiuro at lha Heart Palpitation 1 i INCIDENT Itow a Confederate Cruller Was Captured By Infantry Captain William Dillon a Western steamboat man tells the following inci- Â¬ dent as occurring in 1861 to a re-Â¬ porter The wholo history has got to be written yet None of those littlo inci Â¬ dents that make up the story have been told until lately The funniest thing tliat happened to my knowledge has never been in print It was thocapture by a company of Iloosier infantry of a which the whole American navy couldnt take That sounds funny but it is true The Fox had neluded capture for a long time though vessel after vessel and squadron after squadron had engaged her in fights chased her arfd hunted her all down OK A along the coast One day in 1864 sho put into a littlo bay surrounded by tho rebel lines to take on fuel A company of darkies had been hauling sugar cane back into the country and the large carta were being driven back with only a little loose fodder and stuff in tho bottoms when Captain Booe commander of a com- Â¬ pany in tho Twenty first Indiana In- Â¬ fantry met tho train a few miles out- Â¬ side the Confederate lines The soldiers piled into the carts and made the dark Â¬ GIVE nOTJSE ies drive them through the lines down to the coast Then the soldiers sprang out of the carts and dashed aboard she wa3 cap- Â¬ tured without a shot being fired Captain Booe placed the crew in cus- Â¬ tody and made them run the vessel round into tho Mississippi River where she was turned over to the Is beating them all making the best naval authorities A vessel hailed grade of tho Fox on tho voyago round but Captain Booe thought he could out- Â¬ sail her and ordered all steam on The other ship fired a shell and it burst pretty near the Fox Thon Dooc novo to but he refused to surrondur the prize until she was safe in the Mississippi Up to 1873 when I saw Captain Booe HE HAS A BIG STOCK OK HAND his men had not received a penny for ALSO that capture If a naval force had made it they would have divided up a good sized fortune but tin laws did Jiot contemplate naval engagements by the infantry and there was no provision Pays highest cash price for to cover the case Wheeling Intelli- Â¬ gencer man-of-wman-of-war and plenty of every thing in my line This house is uiiiyiiv Confectioneries pd Canned Coods Sreen and Bried 52ultj --- GROCERIES 31 W J MM rf0 Business mmAlUmu BBS iiliiflfil IAS iailll2aii Cawtrae ed Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash THIS CJUJtrSJEJ Sciatica ScratelMC Ixabage Eaesaaatiss Spraas Straisa Stitches Stiff Jnatf Sackacas SaJkj Xiucle ErapOiiu Hoot Ail Scr- Bcras Sealis Stiags Biter BraitM A TRIAL Smu te Jails BY Baaiaar Cur H Sjrarst Crack riles M BAELOW THIS GOOD OLD STArJU accomp than for mljauwj esactty what loeUlawnl yoneUxiij fortr Ooaof ln aaoaai tor Un la fosaMllalU i reru the Xosfctss ptu applicability Xrt4rarassaKham icii The Lnmeurimaertlltoeaaeorcciem The IInHewttBcelaIt ff rrxaaralfuiilly - - n hk The Chhh er il It tor ats tair u- bene Tie llecfcaiila asads tt aZTaji oa -r U ai and Coal FACE Why in MEMORY FeopleirStranceItacej Look Alike WHEAT ijere k a v tag Lka It a aa saratofa for the lasers to Ur ttnib aad comfort wkit amnvMuui the pSoaeer The Merekaat aeeaa Maboct kbimctHTi hta nniritnpew ti laiata wtn mappra ami b n The Hckwnaama aeaau U iowaoMsIuTalaaivaBiaof The Slmmbrnt mas or tk Baiiimn- Kta HteralausFljralljsandihre f t U U The frfaad aal safait ictbnra aeaoa It It win save hci The taoaanis of dotlara aad a werU of trouble The KailrandiajaBBroiUtant wiInrrit li aceUenia-trdda- asd hi ateek yard The Miner elall ease of esaerg-HHThe Iioaoer acadaM eaaleataloas it The Farmer Bacaa ttnkli aoa hi out tcL it t All Seem to tbaiOeoaitbeHntracUalaaeitlwanIAla- Keep c Bottle iti Sho IltHue TUtoaU IislTnav csoiacaaoof acetdeat saves palu aad kxa of f c - Wo must say to begin with that a of mankind as any great portrait painter will testify never see faces actually at all Some are short sighted and see no definite edgas to anything and consequently though unconscioHsly rely for indontifi cation on evidence which is not that ol sight and is frequently all wrong They see the type but not the true face and as a considerable portion of mankind possess type faces distinguished from others of a like kind by Tilfirences as minute as those of leaves the short- Â¬ sighted are constantly liable to error So are the inattentive They fail some-Â¬ times after many interviews to catch the expression of the face nan not state oxcept in the vaguest way the color of eyes or hair and will misdosoribe fea- Â¬ tures perhaps prominent features as if they wore paid to do it They have never attended to the face all but have beon content with a general impression have never observed with any tme ob- Â¬ servation and are as little to be trusted in their accounts as women believe most men to be when describing womans dress Thoy will oven confuse dark persons with light and declare that a long face struck them as a short one or hesitate as a witness did in a bigamy case about the presence or absence of a mustache In- Â¬ deed it is probable that a largo section of mankind can not observe for of all who land for the first time in India or China at least half declare tliat all In Â¬ dians or Chinese are precisely alike Yet though Chinamen havo certain brood points of resemblance in color shape of brows and absence of hair they are in details as different as Europeans while Indians owing to their wide difÂ¬ ference in color the use or disuse of nan- - on lip or chin and the existence amongthom of features due to varieties of original race are more different than white men Inattention is however the main cause of error and is some-Â¬ times carried to extraordinary Jcngths We have known brothers unable to state the color of each others eyes and fol- Â¬ low collegians who could not remember whether acquaintances wore the mustache or not London Spectator Â¬ large proportion ADRUFF Keep a Bottle ia the Factory Keep a Bottle Always ia the labl ese w acs wanted ic BETTER THAN Whalebone op Horn Watchmaker Watcbe Clocks aid Jeweler Patented Foe 8 lUy LlE A LEK IX Jewelry Silver and Guaranteed NBVSB to break JUTE2 STK0BSE CO 412 Bwaj- XaasJaetimrs FOR SALE BY Plaled ware etc Special attention given to 3 Y SITTING DIAMONDS Bamberger Bloom Co LOUISVILLE KY AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REFAIRIEJ Promptly dune ami in a workmanlike manner Cast Paid for Old Gold and Silver JrB Dont lnret the place w xt door to the Post ofHce Illcbmond Ky mSEEl SEW1HQ I D -- fMGHSKE DEALER IN FIXE- Sjif WITH Whiskies Brandiesj Wines- Atalu ihading tStKmnfSSJa HL DELICATE DISTINCTION Spoken a a Man Itut Not Xeceasarlljr ai a Magistrate A substitute recently fought in r duel He was brought before tho authorities and came out without penalty I dont demand condemnation in such a case 1 beg you to believe But understand a duel is illegal or it is not If illegal why this immunity If it be not illegal why then oblige them to pass before a sort of disciplinary tribunal Yos 1 understand It is illegal without being so that is to say there is a law against it but it is impossible to apply it Where was it that I read the following charming story In Saintine I think Some sort of a srvago an Indian per- Â¬ haps came to Paris to live permanently He made a sludy of our ways and customs In a drawing room he had a discussion and dealt to his opponent such sqnaro logic and common sense as floored him completely So much was the adversary enraged that he slapped the savages face This is further proof said tho lat- Â¬ ter that you arc not right for you have nothing but brute arguments left to you and enelianted by this last victory he looked around uni with an air of triumph In place of viewing smilos however he saw only stupefied faces and scornful eyes He was astounded himself when a gentlemau with n grave air a face graced with whiskers and wearing the red ribbon of the Legion ol Honor took him by the arm Yon are a stranger aro vou not ho asked I am I felt sure you wqre You are not famii with our customs After the outrage you received a man of tho world would send two friends to demand rea Â¬ son from the assailant What reason can I demand from a man that lias none Rejison sueh as yrt think of ha nothing to do with it To doinand rea Â¬ son simply means topr0jsse single com- Â¬ bat with th sword orpistoL Indeed HowstrAngj I shall con Â¬ form with the custom immediately A meeting was had pistols ben chosen The Indian ho was accn tomed to hunt the tgtr in his native jungle promptly iniortcd a bullet be tween tho two cyosof his antagonist and killed him as dead as Moses Shorrfy jdterward lib was summoned to answer for it A --gentleman in an official rofc of red wearing the cross ol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ A A SHREVD DRUGGIST How He Broke Up the Seances iif a Loaf ing Crowd A certain ring of half a dozen men have for the past year been in the habit of meeting at a certain Detroit drug c store every evening to tell stories and indulgo in gossip and tho way they Street RichmondKy have hung on each time has ben a ter- Â¬ rible trial to the druggist The other day after a severe struggle with him- Â¬ self he tackled one of the coterie about it explaining Of course I dont want to hurt your feelings but scem3 to me you could break up an hourcarlier Oh no offense whatever was the reply but Ill tell you what the trouble is If we could all go out together it I have just ojeued a NftwBar Room would bo all right but if ono gets np on First Street EfUe 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