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I I IL w 23 1 PrintShoWsthrauah is fef Oil- - ijj Mill M VJJVA O as w4 je VOLUME riSUSIIKD I NEWS RICHMOND PARAGRAPHS Seventy one People went from Lux ington on the Old Point excursion L MePhail a CiiciniaUnii was nmrdtrt d and robbed in Nelson county Thirty farmers in Christian vim last year had 2S6 acres in tobacco have hut 85 this season MADISON COUNTY KSBTTJCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1887 THINGS AT COXCpni MASSACHUSETTS AS SEBX BY A FORMER MADISON COUNTY JIAN NUMBER 5 TUB CLIMAX EVERY WBIBIWDAY BY Til Climax Printing Co PRICK PBU YBAU FRENCH TIPTON m North and South want peace and fralemUyiinF war and hatred The of- - Gettysburg lesson should be taken to heart hy them IBT OS HAVE PKACR Conospondf nee of The Climax 200 wtors G WHITE lMteAalpltia EtMjHKer lroiessionsxl Cards -- The new city directory of New York shows 2800 Smiths 1800 llrowns and 900 Joneses in business there aUive Second OFFICE Main afreet Two men and a horse were killed two doors ami another man knocked down by a bolt of lightning near Ouensboro J C MORGAN DD S Â¬ fcirOFFICEMsiu Mreet over Madi son National Bank Richmond Ky DR J M POYNTZ AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON OFFICE Second blreet ever Madi Â¬ son County Drugstore G W EVANS M over-Madi-so- AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Second street OFFICE County Drugstore Dr John IL Shropshire a fanner living near Georgetown fell from the beatot his mower and was so badly nmugkil that death is expected to follow Dr Standiford married his wife with in lour weeks after their lirst -- meeting which proves the DootoHu rijht to tm considered an euergutlo citizen Owtuaboro Inquirer Clifton ulCiifcitiuIli stTUuru has a crematory in fuHblait Sunday eve ning tlibdtty onjohti Tyler an aged law er of Covingtou was reduced to Â¬ -- Â¬ ashes in one houi There is an intimation that the widow of boine velI kno7ii Union General probably Mrs Wintield Scott Hancock will be appoiuU d poit mis- Â¬ tress at Washington The opinion is very oommuuiy on- tertaiued that twenty i ears aud more after the war endertit is desirable that not o ily the bones of the dead but the equally dead issues and enmities aud bitterness of the struggle should not be dug up aud placed upon exhibition on artisan platforms for the purpose of Stirling tlie Northern heait It is one of the most remarkable results of tlie war that ieace lias been cheerfully and conclusively accepted by all classes except alone tlie politicians Themen who fought against each other the men who supplied the money In carry on the war tlie men w iio were most earnest in the support of the prin- Â¬ ciples for which it was fought have buried all their differences got lid of all their enmities and prejudices even audiliave in the most cordial and fra er1lLslirti niet together uuder a com- Â¬ mon flag as citizens of a common country subject to the same laws a PIlOIIiniTION IN OHIO Cluvelftnd Pit iu Dealer Itt DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Hecond stieet over Madi 6od County Drug Store DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Liiixma Up Stairs Jn view of the frequency of tho at tempts recently to rob trams on the Missouri Pucilie officials of the load are now said to bo plauing armed Â¬ guards on each ooaeb Of the 40 people on the yacht Mystery which capsized oil Barren Island near New York Sunday evening only 18 were rescued alive The lost were mostly women and children Â¬ Â¬ DR U- - C AMBROSE FORD Office hours 2 to 4 ternoon KY oclock in tue afBoards at Mr J C Liokey A HI OHXIONS OF OTHER BU1T0US IIHKCIIHK ANI JNGKnSOIJ Hardin W Bright M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street over Madison t ounty Drug Stort- I want it distinctly understood that I am tlieouly one in Isiclimoud that un- Â¬ derstands the tliorough use of the Microscope and Chemistry as applied to examinations of tissued and Hit id of the human body I only mention Â¬ lieatun HernUl Col Robert G Ingersolls tribute to Beecher is a curiosity and a a piece ofi brilliant rhetoric it lias no been equaled j thi- - ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ 23niehly v tion for honest protection My signa- Â¬ of late The two men had some poinls in common The Rreate t dirleieneo between them is tltt Mr 15ee hers Chri tiaultygave liima purpose in life for the lack of which Col Iuger oll has never been able to Sojiistise to his own line ijower TWO TOUGH Brother Sherman is having a ruiipf tough luck It appears that he can not RICHMOND KY control the county conventions of his tjpcciai attention given to abstracting own State and the genlleinaii who is titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky doing the dog watch for Brother Blaine OftVe in Climax building S E in Ohio is aole to cable progrci to his Main ami Second Streets up Corner chief The reports from Ohio are said stairs to be more lit nWiciai to llrother Maines BURNAM -- I J spepsla than acid phosphates and sinia inlttt taWeU PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law LUCK - Kms Oily Tlim - The Prohibitionists got through with their State convention yesterday and nominated their State ticket We are given to understand that litis was ac complished amid great enthusiasm The Prohibitionists are atwaya enthusiastic at their conventions for the reason we suppose that there Is not much chance for enthusiasm any time afterwards The platform is about the same as tiMial Some things in it are good ami some are inditlereiitly bad For one thing the efforts of the bloody- shirt howlers to slir up sectional bad fteliug is denounced is which eminently sensible There K an overture made to tlie Labor party for an alliance aud a jmoling of political issues aud a declaration iu favor of woman sullnige which unfortunately will not bring iu many votes at thl3 time For the ust the Prohibitionists arc against the Dow law iu favor of prohibition and of various other things of no par- Â¬ ticular consequence They are sincere conscientious and courageous ofcouise and entitled to that respect duo to good citizens who aim at good lesiilts even though the means employed are impracticable The Prohibitionists mean well hut aie not In the right way -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE PltKSIUKNTS IJJTTiK Boston llcrakt ET When Mr Cleveland saw the council of a State department ol the Grand Army openly favoring the transfer of the encampment to another city to escape being interviewed by him we do not wonder that he regarded the ex Â¬ pressions of virulence as indicating a prevalence of unfriendly heeling which menaced the harmony of the occasion Holding that view lie had only two lines of action to choose from He could either close his eyes to the de Â¬ monstrations trusting that time com- Â¬ mon sense and public sentiment would bring his assailants to a truer percep- Â¬ tion of the lelatious which should exist between the veterans of the war and the commander-in-chie- f of the ai inies of the United States Or he could recognize as he lias done that both the dignity of his office and the success of ihe encampment might be jeopardized hy his visit to St Louis The course which tho President has taken in withdrawing his acceptance of tlie invitation should recall the Grand Army officials of whose wanton attacks he complains with such good reason to a sense of their duty iu tlie matter They cati not afford to remain iu the position iu which his Tetter leaves them for an insult to tlie Piesldeut is an aflrout to the nation Attorney at L aw RICHMOND KENTUCKY A DHMOCKATIC OFFICE wilh V F naui on First Street No wider conlrast exists than that between Clevelands Adinuiitmtioii in the matter of the anW ami incarcera- Â¬ A SULLIVAN tion of national bank defaulters and the Republican Administrations that preceded his Mr John Mieimun who RICHMOND KENTUCKY is so fond of indulging m contrasts OFFICE on Fir t street same as between the Republican and the Dem- Â¬ formerly occupied hy County Judge ocratic Administration has had noth Â¬ ocl6 ly Miller ing to sHy nbwiit the prompt arrest of Harper and his baud who wrecked the S BRONSTON Fidelity National Bank of Cincinnati Hie Treasury again lost no time in declaring the responsibility and culpa- Â¬ RICHMOND KY bility of tiierascals and consigning Office on Second street next door to them to jail without bail When did Garuett House John Sherman as Secretary of the deal with batik robbers in Treasury this summary way J SCOTT R Hur VS IMULBLK IltlltlkK Ai1chI VN lJAN J Attorney at laaw JOE Attorney at Law Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office on Second T UUUIUVING Secretary Fnirchild iopposcd to the purchase of bonds m the open market CS or otherwise at the premium they cai ry and he is also practically flbinulined to resoit to the system itic aiiticijHiliou of RICHMOND KY luteiest In jmint of factU Ids out- Â¬ Office on Second Street givings indicate rtlu tance on his part to resort to any spu Ial policy foi re- Â¬ lieving the Treasury of tlie surpjus created by a thorouglily vicious and corrupt system for wbjch Congress is Will practice in Madison and adjoining responsible and winch Congress alone counties auu In the Court or Appeals can trectualiy jtmedj- - He is sug Â¬ Office lu Master Commissioners gesting tills hy j uiiHuations which go office over Circuit Clerks office to show that tcrtafn currency opera Â¬ tions in force are accomplishing a great deal toward materializing the per nioious tendencies of tarlfl Hnauces AND Street TlIfcTKEASimi Courur Journal POWELL Attorney at ILtaw THHY WILL NOT SCKUB Chicago llerakl Attorney at laaw a77 REED Last jear many thousands of em- Â¬ ployes on a railroad system extending through four or five States quit work because one man known probably to not more than a dozen ol them had been dismissed for cause I ins year 25000 men have been idle in Chicago for six or eight weeks because in a slimly attended meeting of a trade union a fow agitators succeeded ju carrying a demand that paj day be changed from Tuesday to Saturday Iu Colioas N Y there is a great woolen mill employing 3800 opera- Â¬ tives principally women and girls It has heen the rule for years to devote two days each year to scrubbing the floors all hands turning iu to make tho operation a speedy aud eflectivo one This j earho operatives objected tocrubhing That was not what they were hired for Alter some parleying they marched out m a body and the mill was closed Another shike Iiadbcen Inaugurated Thess lire not exceptional cases They are fairly representative of the big strikes of the day It frequently happens that a strike fpr higher wages or against a reduction of wages is instituted hut rucli reasonable contests do net seem to be as far reaching nor are they as effective iu blocking induatry as are the strikes wiiich grow out of some trival oh use The tradcunlon is of no use to it members if Its existence is to result in the encouragement of move- Â¬ ments so disastrous to all concerned A Man in REAL ESTATE INSURANCE J Â¬ TJIE lKIIDfcJTS LBrrBK Sinlusnt President CIev8rands letter to Mayor SPEED SMITH A cent Frauote of St Letils withdrawing his acceptance of a double iuvilation to RICHMOND KY Hells rents or exchanges all kinds of that city during tfie national eucamp Real Estate on reasonable terms and ment of the Grand Arniy of tho represents firvt class Fire and Life In- Republic is a courteous but strong surance Companies maintenance ofthetlignity of his office Office in J C Lytere Clothing Store in the face of a wanton and uncalled lor attempt to rflitlilm in the hole py betraying hitnuutp the position of a CO guest who U notveiBomff The Peli- CUBDE dent evinces a proper sensibility to the emlwrrassiunitiu winch he is placed HAVE OPENED A NEW M4 IMpubllaan SiiTH k invited to St Louis before he was and IlIHelbe gtutJeniair he is prefers to withdraw and leave the lield to those onWest Main Street They carry wlio have exiilblfefl so goat a jealousv lest they uiiglji have to put up with a general line of Hardware Store bytheill niaimers of those who were Hardware Tinware Stoves and divided aitehtlniJ VT r M V ntwaavaiosisui ltjfihl IwiBlrer Rep Groceries TIiav linrn fliA UAivABt find Mftt l0od3 and will sell for CASH at the lowest prices Mr csmiin in a practical miner h several years experience and u wiV uo an Kiniis 01 tin woric roouuj u repairing Ja the best iiyie at wwe rates The rcuiiltfp of the Blue and Gray a Million at Getti tiurg inaugurated on Satur day by the ill j whp had so valorously 1 a stranger among strangers sir aud conteated flfntpllemtly fought field absolutely out of means tweutv fguryeara ago and continued j New York man Arc you a promi ouuuay airtl jlouuy ny most impres iieutitleen when at home sive pr eedJugStiflDStoieariy iudiOKtes No Im a nobody there the com itffiiinie pBiMilar leelidg-m- -l Got any money there garUin Not a cent liesflurUi aftlie popular leaders to keej ajie the enmities of the war Gotauj friends It is the heroic soldiers of the war Not one THE BUTCHERS who aie trading in the prejudices anl Gotany brains u Are situated on Main Street two doors None that I know of will auini i of ectipn aud race hut the from McKee corner where you always find a fresh supply of RBUF polltu auijyb Iropo to turn a penny Well yon go right up to the Run Fiusu Pork Mutton 11Lamb Laud hone oPTWlee it agani6t the office and introduce yourself to Mr Etc Cured msata oftt kinds Couu nest jfapminl election daj They Dana Hell nominate uu for Presidenttrv Imdiinf tnkoii in exnhance Meals World lelivorrd free of charee - mar 53m 4 ahoul j Miidewland that the people -Omaha Omaha Man vin New York lam Todd Crandallj 1 Acton Mass July 8th 87 About twenty miles to tlie North Â¬ west of Boston near Ihe Concord battle ground of revolutionary fame and near the historic town of Acton Is ituated tlie Massachusetts Stale Re- Â¬ formatory Massachusetts deals very liberally with her workhands aud gives them a holiday whenever Uncle Sam or tho grand old Commonwealth of Massachusetts gives tlie people out- Â¬ side the prison walls a holiday So tlie boys in gray had a holiday on th Glorious Fourth The event of the day was a base ball game between our Acton boys aud the Reformatory nine As the prison is only a few miles from here I concluded to take the game in I had Intended to ride down with some of these hosp pital Yankees but the mid night bells and the small hoy with Ids tremendous trumpet caused mo to over sleep my- Â¬ self and I was left to linger behiud I did not linger worth a cent I took my foot in hand aud walked down On approaching tlie massive building if it were not for tho high brick walls with their burred and grated windows one might think it a grand hotel for a summer resort In front is a beautiful lawn most carefully kept liming concrete walks and exquisitely adorned With rare flowers tastefully ariangcd There are sparkling foun Â¬ tains of water jihiying here and there Then there is the elegant building ex- Â¬ tending horn the prion wails in which the prison officials live There is not a fault to be found with this handsome building from the basement windows to the gilded dome ISO fett every above Every thing is lino tiling is in eider The prison walls are about twenty feet high and the enclo sure contains twenty acres I reached the prison pulling and blowing like a steam engine aud wet through and through with sweat The order of the pi ison officials was that only the base ball team could go inside the grounds while the chapel would be open for tlie visitors This airdiigemeut compelled them to look through barred windows aud view tlie game at about 300 yards away I thought I knew a trick wortli two of thii I walked into the wailing room in front I looked as wise as an editor aud found a crowd waiting in front of a strongly barred door to be shown into the chapel inside the building I spoke to a big burly man in uniform wanting to know if repoiters were allowed out on the ground and was refenetl to the superintendent This worthy official is of shoit dimensions upwaid and of hugh circumference iu fact Just about as broad as he is long But he is a genial fellow and while the multitude went their way into tlie sanctuary he escorted me through the lines to the ball grounds Theie were many tilings worthy of note before reaching tlie grounds on the inside Once inside tlie hugh outer door I found myself iii a kind of three cornered room through which all mm ers and goe w niut pass Leading out of this room are tlhee other doors similar to the first one This room contains many odd woiksof art made by the prisoners The whole affair is an elegant one and if it were not for those tell tale bars it might well be taken for a hotel The offictrs were all busy attending to their regular duties besides the extra work of taking care of the visitors while the prisoners were running here and there doing er- Â¬ rands etc The three doors rellered to lead out into three scperate buildings built off from the main building in front one to the North one to the South aud the third one to the West These are probably four stories high witli cells opening outward on each side of the buildings An iron cor rider runs clear around every story in front of each tier of cells The cells furnish each man witli a neat apartment about eight feet long Mid live feet wide Every thing ia wonderfully neat and clean with not a taint of the usual Often the floors of the pi ison smell cells are richly carpeted and it is not a rare tiling to see canary birds hanging in front No hardened criminals are kept here and no stripes are seen Tlie regulation dross is an ordimry gray suit and a cap of the same color There is however a hardened grade of boys who are compelled to wear scarlet suits Tlie capacity of this reformatory is 800 and now contains 753 On the Fourth most all of them were out on the grounds aud not many could be seen inside Tlie chapel is an interesting part of the building It was my good fortune a few years ago to attend Sunday ser- Â¬ vices in this chape aud a more inter- Â¬ esting sermon attentive audience bet- Â¬ ter music aud most certainly a more interesting congregation are not lo be found in far more respectable society There was a splendid pipe organ a line male quartette aud a good cornet Most of thepris oners paid strict attcirtion to the sermon and many of them liHik notes of the sermon The walls of the chapel are beautifully fiesooedand the ceiling is so inter Â¬ mingled with stars and blue as to be an excellent representation of a starry heaven It was not the chapel I came to tee however it was the ball game Out on the grounds were to be seen novel slghiH A crowd fiO people made up of old men young men fat men lean men tail men and dwarfs all bent ou some game or some kind of fun isjiot to be seen every day The ball game did not prove of much in- Â¬ terest to the reporter as our boys wiped out the prisoners in a little or no time But there were interesting features so I would make a few fliea legs occasionally and the unsuspect- Â¬ ing Yankee officers did not know but hdclug every thing what 1 was down Where there are such a large collec-Â¬ tion ofmen aud boys there is to be found alt kinds of specimens of human Â¬ ity There are even some good men to be found There are medical men legalmen literary meu musicians skilled workmen com Â¬ mon laborers athletes and pugilists down to the professioiirl drunk and tramp These various characters Â¬ must have some amusement for tlie Fourth anih amusement they had Tiieie werefsomevcry interesting foot races and there were some very swift runners There were n heel harrow races and some very exciting but laborious barrel races The feature of this race was that the contestants should put a heavy barrel on their shoulders and make a circuit around a ring n given number of lime Then they tiled the difficult fe it of climbing a greaml pale about twenty fett high Tlie acting pole5 Was kept busy Jn other portions oT the grounds there Was a small group enjoying the sport of sending up paper balloons Indeed instead tif being a prison one Would almost think that Baruums circus had spread itself out on tlie grounds But a few things they did not have Thoy did not have the three foot boy with his six foot tin horiij making things hideous Nor did they have any of the John L Sullivan exhibitions There was nothing tojhTdlcate that these men were prisoiiers Seemingly they en Â¬ joyed as much freedom as I did They were all having a good time and merry faces were to be seen and hapÂ¬ py voices were to be heard The guards did not carry a huge billy or musket as long as a fence rail Ndthlhg but their Uniforms showed they were guards Tlie State of Massachusetts furnished me witli gcod lemonade as did also the prisoners ou this fourth of July and other holidays This is not all They get plenty of good food and the State furnishes them witli delicious apples every Saturday at 3 per barrel This is evidently a Hub idea of a prison as it was used a few years ago Now it is strictly a reformatory It is certainly an elaborate style and no otler similar institution in the whole country treat theirprisoticrs so liberally an they do here PRAYER FOR A DYSPEPTIC M Johnston by whom he was appointed n cadet nt West Point prior to the War of 1812 His grandfather Jived to be 106 j ears old dying iu 1776 was married at 82 and left two chil- Â¬ dren as the fruit of that marriage Col Payne resided iu Scott county until some five years ago when he moved to Mercer county He was one of the most remarkable men in the State At 05 years of age he was as erect ami active as a man of half his years When 70 years of age he discarded the Use of spectacles and Until only a few years before his death read tlie news- Â¬ papers regularly without the aid of glasses and frequently by lamp light He retained his mental faculties until tlie last He was a soldier in the war of 1S12 He was a gentleman of a love able character as polite as Chesterfield aud as brave as a peacock even in his old agp He was fond of books and gave much of his time to reading He uevcr failed to vote Ihe Democratic ticket He was twice married Fun- Â¬ eral services were conducted at the Broadway Christian Church iu Lex- Â¬ ington on Monday afternoon hy Eld John Shniise and the remains were in- Â¬ terred iu the Lexington cemetery ue tween tlie two wives of deceased Georgetown Times The Breckinridge Statue FOLLOW TH E CROWD TZEELTS VTSSI Low Prices will Astonish Yon RAMSEY Proprietors OLDHAM Busy Bear3 Cash Store Kickmond Kr ra slTinkl rTftr L bJLJLiUvKJX X3JLJLJ 01 IK -- rifQ-rs-f-rJ-Y- UUUU1 T V r JC fr fKJm ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Speaking of the Breckinridge statue Richmond Va Whig says The model was one characterized to tlie inspire Breckinridge with his hand Â¬ some face and heroic ilgure gifted In statesmanship and impressive iu tear- Â¬ ing gave full scope ol the genius of the artist aud brought forth from the soft an ideal likeness of the soldier and statesman His position is thai of one in the attitude of speaking one hand rests upon a draped column while the oilier is extended as if in eay delivery The statue is eight feet two and tiiree f urtli inches iu height It is dressed in it Prince Albert coat with a turned down collar His hair waves over his head with grace The projmrtious of tlie statue are entirely symmetrical and partake of the Grecian style of sculpture Hundreds of persons who love art Ijavc visited the studio and the pedestal upon which the statue stands was cov- Â¬ ered with bouquets expressive of re- Â¬ spect for the subject and appreciation of the sculptor Curious Facts All Kinds of HAHDWARE STOVES and TIN WARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Hoofing O izii eiing zlxi all limds of Tin and Siheei Iron Worlz Hone In the most Worikmanlilze Iflanner BTOME BUT THIS BEST OF WORKMEN EIVIFLOYEB AILL WORK WARBANTED Farming Implement Known To The Trade is a prayer offered for a dyspep Â¬ tic by those who believe prayer to be more efficacious thati medicine It is taken from a book sent out by tlie New York School of Primitive and Prac- Â¬ Here PilZ -- tical Christian Science giving forms for prayer best adapted for different diseases aud is reproduced verbatim to wit Holy Reality We believe in thee that thou art everywhere present We really believe it Pleased reality we do not pretend to lielieve think wc believe believe that we belive We believe Believing that thou art every- Â¬ where present we believe hat thou art in this pitients stomach in every libre iu every cell in every atom that thou art the sole only reality of that stumuch Heavenly holy Reality we will try not to be such hypocrites and infidel as every day of our lives to affirm our faith iu thee and then immediately begin to tell how sick we are forgetting Jhal thou art every thing aud that thou art not sick and there Â¬ fore that nothing iu this universe was ever sick is now sick or can be sick Forgive us our sins iu that we have this day talked about our backaches that we have told our neighbors that our lood hurts us- that we mentioned to a visitor that there was a lump in our stomach tlfet we have wasted our valuable time which shoul I nave been spent in thy service iu worrying for fear that our stomach would grow worse in that we have di obeyed thy blessed law iu thinking that some Kind of medicine would help us We know Father and Mojher of us all that there is no such a thing as a really diseased stomach that the disease is the Canial Mortal Mind given over to tlie World tlie Flesh and tlie Devil that the mor- Â¬ tal mind is a twist a distortion a false attitude the harmatia of thought Shiuiugjtnd glorious Verily we recog- Â¬ nize tlie great and splendid fact that the moment we really believe the truth disease ceases to trouble us that the truth is that there is uo disease in either real lody or mind that iu tlie mind what seems to be a disease is a false belief a parasite a hateful excres ceuce and that what happens iu the body is the shadow of the lie in the soul Lord help us to believe that all evil Is utteily unreal that It is silly to be sick absurd to be ailing wicked to be wailing atheism aud denial of God Help us to stoutly lo say Im sick affirm with ourhand in your hand w ith our eyes lixsd ou thee that we have no dyspepsia that we never had dyspep Â¬ sia that we will never have dyspep ia that there is uo such thing as dyspep- Â¬ sia hat there never was any sucli tiling as dyspepsia that there nevir will he any such Hung as dyspepsia Amen - Call and Examine our Stock before Buying We Can Please Yon E TT WIGGINS A F BKECK V 7IGGINS BREOK Tlie way people can mix up them- Â¬ selves and their relatives in the matter of marriage was perhaps never belter illustrated than iu the cae of a back Â¬ woods Maine family of which a corres pondent writes A father sou and graiuNou married three sister- - That IooUs simple enough Â¬ Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF doesnt it Builders Hardware and Building Material EXIISKTOXff BESIjXjS COOK STOVES E Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city fki i Well see heie We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you tlie best ami most satisfactory 1 Amos the father married Abigal job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of KOOFING TIN PLATE jh1 wil 2 Benjamin the sou of Amos mar- Â¬ not delay your work We also carry a nice line of ried Betsy 3 Ciiarle the sou of Benjamin mar- Â¬ IL ried Caroline It hasnt dawned on you yet and RAIffGES What then Atnos Is a brother to his sou Amos is a brother to his grandson Amos is grandfather to his daughter Amos is graufather to his sister Amos is father to his wife Amos is father to his grandson Amos is ids own grandfather his own son and brother-in-lato him Â¬ self Benjamin is brother to his father Baujamiu is brother to his son Benjamin is brother to his motlier- Benjumiu is brother to his daughter Benjamin is the son of his sister Benjamin is tlie husband of his sister Charles Is brother to his father Charles is brother to his grandfather Charles is brother to his mother Charles is brother to his grandmothÂ¬ Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Jarden Implemeti Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills Jtc IRON MANTELS AND GRATES - I3LSTXr0 POVDER VIV1 JLTISAIIIrL15j FIRE BRICK AND F1RJ5 CLAY er Charles is grauducpliew lu his moth- Â¬ er Charles is grand nephew to his wife Charles is grandchild to his aunt Chailes is married to another aunt Clniiles is thes in of his aunt Charles is tlie husband of his sister Maine is responsible for a good many thing but tin foregoing will bhow that she Is still engaged in the good w ork Exchange Among tlie Northern Lakes of Minnesota and Iowa are hundreds of delighted places where one can pass the summer months Iu quiet rest and enjoyment and return home at the end of the heated term com- Â¬ pletely rejuvenated Each recurring WifcCoiiMii lt of Johnson Mr George Baber contributes to tlie current July number of the North American Review an interesting and instructive paper embodying two pos thumous letters of the late Secretary Gideon Welles relating to tlie mem Â¬ orable period of reconstruction and tlie events leading to tlie impeachment of President Andrew Johnson Tlie paper givest from the standpoint of a Cabinet officer a graphic view of ihe statesmen who figured iu connection with tlie Impeachment season brings to Oconomowoc Wau- Â¬ kesha Beaver Dam Fronteuac Oko boji Miunetouka White Bear and in- Â¬ The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Eancy Groceries His goods are the hest and his prices the lowest numerable other charming localities with romantic names thousands of our best people whose whiter homes are on either side of Mason and Dixons line Elegauce and comfort at a moderate Cincinnati cost can be readily obtained A list of summer homes witli all necessary In- Â¬ QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO formation pertaining thereto is being VWU WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga distributed by tlie Chicago Milwaukee YY the trade that we have a large Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the St Paul Railwa3 and will be sent and well selected line of free upon application by letter to A V delineating Grant H Carpenter General Passenger Agent impeachment o If Stanton Seward Sumner and Covode Milwaukee Wis in terms characteristic of Ihe late Secre- Â¬ Jl tary of Navy The accompanying THE SOUTHERN THE PACIFIC COAST Sjrup of Figs pen of Mr Ilaber comments from the Manufactured only by the California of Kentucky at present a member of Fig Morniiis aud la Syrup Co San Francisco the Importaut titles uf it e South without change the board of pension appeals ill the Natures Own true Laxative Cat the It Is i aus RtNNo Oiilv-- T inr TWENTY EIGHT HOURS to JVCKOSVILLK KLOK1D V N Interior Department ate couched in most easily taken and tlie most pleas- Ullljr thoughtful and scholarly phraseology Traveler l venrtwtlrewf two kind 9t Steepta la- - i CSinniol lOlllL Mat lantly effective remedy kuowu to QOEKN ANDCRSSCKKTHOCTK VaaB icut Um d tlolrBlLCliU ami and furnish an admirable frame w or r cleanse ihe system when bilious or cosÂ¬ ltuflet Cur Pullmans Flutal Palace Baflfet Stepper Qtiile Houm fMler for the posthumous letters of the dead tive to dispel headaches colds aud Nearly AU Leadiiiff Railroads e Cabinet officer Old Wushingtouiaiis fevei Grand Central Union passengem hvMlag ttekate vte Utfci line nro lu LlueinnnU to cure habitual consttpatiou therefore saved transfer aerossttte City ami are assared a JosnMtr atlwiilwl with m i aud politicians generally will read Mr j Indigestion etc For sale iu 50 cents Etc in which you can find tho comfort and convenience Bnberss paper with peculiar julerestl InudSIOO bottle by dtooktou Willi ot ai Washington Capital Queen and Crescent SSiS HEW FIRM CLOTHING QUEEN AITD CRESCENT ROUTE Southern and Associate Roads Princiual Points ntl East mid mm It R0UTET0 thkoiii HiilTS tfidit Trains SnCfctiKIl TScSSi Piwmir iriiXais book-keepe- rs DAUGHTERS WIVES Vt Hi MOTHERS i nioi f i vuu itfe AUUIIJ jiiiii Col Asa Payne died Sumlay nfjtht at Be your own ptvslciau 1 A lady who the residence of his sou Mr Lewis rum distressing lor j ears suffered Payne in Mercer county He wts 0j of age on the 19th of March last female complatita weaknesses etc jaars Col Payne w as a native of Scott so common to her stx and had de- Â¬ county He was horn near Great spaired of a cure finally found reme- cured her Cro siug March 19lh 1788 Hj was j dies which completely tho oldest son of Ueli Jqhn Iayue Any aufferpr canuso them and thus whi commanded the Kentucky troops i cure Inrself without tlie aid of a physi in the first campaign in he war qU812 j clan Two recipes treatise anh full di AddrtsiOIrs and died in 18S7 aged 70 from ail reotlous fiee Sealed Y injury received by the fall from zvhorser W C Holmes 658 Broadway1 ISyut iyr His mother Was a sister of Col Rcharij Name this paper vni BEST GOODS LATEHT STYLES JOHN C UAULT K CAltROLU wyffen1 lt Travel via - iin tlie V5VaSrGeneral HaperinKadent St Tfaal BulMlng WestKtmrOi aLClBelnnaUOMa U CUtUBRA sES BXRYAM Oonfat Aaat j and tub LOWEST PRICES cSTSfoss Agfat Oorl Panaagtr Agrnt oass- We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD aud to our customers we say we will give you full value Inr every dollar in SSt29f SSSS5 4 0RTABLS EXGMES of aU atws TIMiMgnm ftao wWSSfi wuu tfiavoijAd ftou OAn mmtvmiuiu AjMata fer frea clrcB3rs J2r JSlwi Wanted r i gP ir 4vS5LtaJSZIwa3i Tr U Jry gtveuan tarlycai IHBfN vijutet witli u ami we urje you to feEITE v t btand j X- - 2VX IOX--- E g ent I2ICHiXOI IiY I i i I Democratic Ticket aro aiding the Democratic cause by stirring up the Demoorats Many a lukewarm Democrat will FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE turn out to the polls after Bradley has been through his neighbor WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1SS7 hood who otherwise would not have gone As to the Republicans they always go to the election excitement or no excitement and great quantities of eloquence do not seem to get them there any sooner or more certainly rOK GOVBRXOR Col Bradley had better hot have SIMON H IlUUKNEIt of Hart Couuty gone out to speak Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX CONCERNING FARMERS Troubadour won the moumouMi cup ou Thursday iu 301 AN ACT CHAPTER 12 AN AtTTor taking the tense of the poodpcopleofthis Commomccatth as to tho nepcesity and expediency of calling a Convention to amend the Constitution and to provide for ascer tuining the number qf citisens entitled to vote for Jtcpresentalivee within thii Slate Whereas Experience has pointed out the necessity of amending the Con- Â¬ stitution anil the expediency or calling a convention for that pursue there- Â¬ -- The first bale of cotton from Texas this season sold iu New 1 ork at 23 cents per pound Armours Chicago dressed beef has been entirely crowded out of the Lex- Â¬ ington uitirket rilulihope Bro of South Elkhorn Fayette county got 3Ci bushels of wheat to the acre f such of and it shall lm the duty sheriff or other officer to post one copy ofsnldnctat each voting place and another copy at sofhe other billable public place in said precinct folir weeks prior to the election Any officer fall ing to discharge tiie duties prescribed in this section of this act shall be fined for cftch anu every failure twenty dol- Â¬ lars to be recovered in any court hav- Â¬ ing jurisdiction thereof 2 11 This net shall take effect and be iu force rrom aud after Its passage Approved January 18 188G Â¬ Public I will on As Trustee of C Stafford wMvBBaBavM AND AFTER H B WSIViiJB TH0ESDAT SEPTEMBER IE 87 in the town of Richmond Ky proceed to expose at public sale to the highest bidder the following described valuable real estate to wit The i i fr Gen W T Withers reports that the fore We are collecting twice a year and roa xidototant oovebsgk sales of hoites from Falrlawn frlnce lie it enacted by the General Assem Â¬ your accounts for the first half are JAMBS WBRYAN January number twenty eight head bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky ready and have been waiting for you Â¬ of Keiitou Comity -for 28000 Lex Press once I 1 That at the nextgeueral election since July M Call and settle at oblige Hogs keep up fairly well in prices for Represenatives to the General aud Â¬ Co VBR TRBASUHEIt SlIACKELFOKD GENTBV Assembly it shall be the duty of the ami now that we have a chance for several sheriffs JAMHS Y TaTB and other ollicers of Julyi3 4t another good corn crop we look for an election to open n poll for and make 11 ot WVedterrf Oeunly advance and stifter prices Winchester return to the Secretary of State for the -I WILL- time being of the names or all citizens Democrat Feb ATTORNEY SBKBAI Â¬ entitled to vote for Representatives who P WATT HARDIN G A Whitney of Montgomery have voted at the said election lor of AJaroer Ceaety Persons owning Dogs must call on Â¬ county has bought several lirst clas calling a convention for he purpose of re adupthig amending or changing the R A Barlow City Tax Collector and mule colts in the eastern parts of Clark pay their dog tax get a tag and place Constitution F0K AUBtTSR county at priced ranging from 66 to upon the collar in accordance with the HaYHTTB 1IBWITT 2 That any sheriff or other return Â¬ Dogs collars and tags law SCO Â¬ of Utmlln County failing to perform the duty thus attached without killed ing olllcer This plant is almost now having been built and in operation j wilt be An exchange says that 005 niati in imposed by Hrst bection of the act shall 13jl2t J D FkbnY City Marshal only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all tho most mod- Â¬ or six bundled dol Â¬ be subject to a fine -Trimble county has been ollured 60 lars 600 to be recovered by Indict Â¬ ern improved machinery and in complete order Also K SfllBHINTBNDBKT IJfSTIlUCTIftX 000 lor his peaches ou the tree mid ment orthegrand jury In any court JOS DBSIIA riCKKTT Â¬ f Ifertte OrtiHty refused to accept it Another has having jurisdiction thereof and shall ordered 110000 boxes to hold one bush- Â¬ upon conviction of such failure be re Â¬ moved from ofilce by the court in containing five rooms on the S E Corner Uallie Irvine and Ornngc el each to ship his crop ia which such conviction is had streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 20 and 30 in the Estill addition reE BSUSTBR op orriCE i 3 That for the purpose of ascertain J S Berry of Montgomery county OTS One lot on Irvine street near Formans lioller 3HI1 beins THOS II COUBETT has told 460000 pounds of tobacco to ing the number of citizens entitled to old mill lotj Vote for Representatives wHlIfl this of McCraeken Comity Messrs Goodpasler of Ihvings Ville at Slate in the year 18S there shall be Sit and 10 cents per pound netting Mr furnished as hereinafter provided to THE STATE CAXVASSi high Â¬ FOB TIIK IB6IMATOKl the sheriffs aud other ollicers of the I will offer for sale publicly to the Uerry a profit or about 1G000 A TUHENAULT election in AugUst 1887 a registration est bidder Fronting 77 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable location Buckner and Bradley met in Miller Snell bought of Hardin Rogers book iu which the ollicers or the elec- Â¬ It litis on it two good cisterns and all necessary outbuildings such as joint debate at Grayson Carter 35 lambs that averaged 101 pounds tion shall record the names or all citi- Â¬ ForCeHty SjriiitMn3entor Scliools zens entitled Iu Vote for Representa Â¬ fin Main Street in Richmond Ky wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house county on last Wednesday for the Price Scents J M Hunt bought from MRS AMANDA T MILLION elecseven rooms with gas this Slate at Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale hrst time during the canvass and thu Brown Brothers 4 jennets for 450 tive within officers of the the Said shallÂ¬ Jt Consists otclslern at the door side tion The throughout election we presume for tho last time and one yearling from Titos Allen for tie ex officio- officers or registration and and backyard House is newly covSTONE WALKER laini tct KAILKOAD MEETING Mr Uradley had said publicly S75 Georgetown Times sluill have raid registration book open ered and painted and in good repair for the record or said mures between in every part 1 oiler this property for he was informed that Governor The slight rains or last week did but the hours or 0 oclock a mb d 7 oclock sale in consequence of having removed i -Col Bennett Young and lion Knott wrote General Buckners IS- little gool to Hie gardens which were p m oh the day or August 1CS7 elec from the State -S Thomas V Bullitt representing speecii whereupon Buckner asked Sale at 10 oclock Possession im Â¬ already badly tcorched by the drouth tiou at all the voting places in tills Commonwealth And it shall be the mediately the Louisville Southern Railroad Bradley if he Bradley had made With Parties desiring to exam Â¬ exception of vege- Â¬ duty ot all citizens or this Common Â¬ ine the property will phae call on 3 mot a large number of the people such u Btatementand Bradley re- tables the very scarce potatoes of are wealth who are entitled Some for of Madison county at the Court plied that a man named Jones had garden crops have been entirely the Representatives on the daytoofvote next E Greeulcaf at First National Bank -the de Â¬ J I McKINXEY Ikhipc yesterday Both made so told him Thereupon Buckner stroyed by the dry weather George- Â¬ iieneral election in August 18S7 to go June22 6t before the sheriffs and other returning addresses of explanation and re- said that if Bradley had not orig Â¬ town Time officers or said election iu the votiug marks were made by several citi- Â¬ inated a falsehood he had wilfulty For Sale The first of Februaiy D A Gay precmct in which they are severally House anil Lot zen A resolution was adopted circulated it with intent to injure entitled to vole aud cause themselves took to feed 85 Short horns for T Cor to be registeredvon the poll book as to appoint a committee to confer and henceforth he Buckner would Win Anderson iliey Were coWs and tjilahlled Voters or tills Commonwealth witk the Directors of the Louis have nothing to do with him heirers nice Cottage formerly occupied of all ages and gained in 3 and the names or any ami all citizens byThe G Daniel A ville Southern and with tlte neo Bradley then charged that Buck- Â¬ months living in the district known to said and 25 days au average of 200 officers to be entitled to vote for Repre- Â¬ pie ot several counties eastouiere ner was unable to meet him in de Â¬ on Main Street iwunds This Is a remarkable gain for sentative or made known to them by Situated nearly opposite the residence of H B relative to a proposition to extend bate and wanted an excuse to de- Â¬ cattle of this kiud aud shows evidence on that day shall be regis Â¬ Dillingham thestiperi Has been lately refitted the road through Madison county cline The debate was otherwise ority or the breed or cattle tered Wiuchester 1887 as not voting And in the year throughout tlte committee to report at a sub stormy and since that each has Sun no other officer shall be authorized Cixtern and necessary out buildings to Inake any list or return of tiie quali- Â¬ sequent meeting The resolutions gone his own way TUKMS LIBERATE Geo Becker says there is nothing fied voters or this Commonwealth nor sjecified that a suggestion of Mr Jones above referred to hhall any return thereor except tiie reg Â¬ For particulars apply to E Green 250009 in slock with thirty lives at Mt Vernon and is a doing in the rat cattle market He istration books and t eitilieatis pro leaf at First National BankJ has not bought a hoor and says that vided for by this act be made and all year bonds to be subscribed by Republican Upon hearing that the maikets are Jul J It K Nimjsov overstocked with laws ri quiring list or returns of such Madison county be made to Direc- he had been cited as authority for Western cattle The farmers here qualified voters are hereby repealed so tors and the citizens and their saying General Buckners speech have no fir as theyear 1887 is embraced therein particular price on their stock The total number of votes so registered sentiment on that lnsis be ascer- Â¬ was borrowed wrote to the and are uot to push their cat- Â¬ shall be the true number ol citizens en tained That is most likely the Courier Journal that he did not so tle ou the market Paris News tilled to vote for Representative within june 29 tf proposition that will be submitted inform Mr Bradley he merely this State for tiie purpose or ascertain Â¬ OF THE STATE Messrs Alex McClintock to a vote of the people of Madison suggested that the speech con- Â¬ Sii of ing whether a majority or all the citi- Â¬ Millersburg ICy made a sale of Jerseys zens or this State entitled to vote for county at an early day tained expressions that sounded SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION Representative vote for Â¬ as if coming from Knott and that at Kansas City Mo The lot of twenty vention for the purpose calling a con OF TIIE of re adoptiug four head were iu good condition and Governor McCreary and Sena- Â¬ Bradley had made the charge at amending or changing the Constitu- Â¬ averaged only 100 which was below tion tor Harris spoke at Irvine on Mon Stanford before he and Bradley had MADISON COUNTY expectations orthe sellers 4 The said dav any conversation on the subject est price obtained was 100 The high- Â¬ be2 appropriately regitratlon books shall ruled and headed so Farmers So it seems that Mr that they may aud It is hereby enacted ASSOCIATION Ivrupp the famous German in- fired with a kicking gun Bradley Home Journal that the same shall be the poll book and not ventor and maker of cannons is only missed the target TO UK IIKLO AT for recording the votes for and against Wm Gibson and Geo WBrambiett but got or dead East Union have purchased G000 the culling of the constitutional con Â¬ badly done up by the recoil RICHMOND KY 000 pounds of tobacco at prices ranging vention aud for ascertaining the num- Â¬ Jessamine County Democracy We thought the Demosthenes of from 8 to 14c Clias L Talbott sold a ber of citizens entitled to vote for Rep9 resentative within the State It shall 10 15 is inharmonious and W T Jones Garrett too sharp for such traps Raven wood colt for 500 to be the duty of the said officers of elec- Â¬ AND CONTINUE FOUR DAYS out the worst feature of the affair Jos Orker or tion to propound to every voter the nominee for the Legislature has Pennsylvania Mr O question selec- Â¬ Uo you vote for calling a TnOTTINO ANU KUNNINd RACES UPON withdrawn from the race Bald Â¬ is that he set the trap himself bought a car load or good horses constitutional convention or not If win what is the matter over there THE TRACK EACH DAY Pans Keutuckian Citlzen such voter shall answer iu the affirma- Â¬ THIN COLUMN tive his name shall be recorded as vot- Â¬ Special trains daily to and from Paris A Nashville correspondent of the ing for saiii convention if such votnr Cjiithlnnn Winchester iA xliitoii Dan- Â¬ Mr Tim G tfeedham the well Few shall answer in the negative his name ville Stiiiifonl l HiicaMer Utlngston ami You can buy thirteen good 2 -- cent Fanners Home Journal says kimwn temperance speaker has realize the extent or the patato crop shall be recorded as voting against said all points reacliet by the K - U i Julyi3 tf been nominated by the Democrats stamps at the Richmond Post office for a this season Not including the thou Â¬ convention and if such voter makes TiosTsCeIetmite1 nmt will furnish Jlnstc All Ladles Free on the First Day no answer of Grant county for the Legisla- cent and a quarter for the lot sands of bushels consumed and kept at or registeredhis name shall be recorded J I HEItXDON T T COVINGTON a not voting ujon ture AltlKHigh Secretary Assistant becretury a temperance A duck out at Bob Boggs Jumped on a home there have been shipped up to question And it shall be the dulysaid of stick em It U TEKHILL President paper with both feet and the first or this week 7006 barrels the officers holding the election at each man lie is a Democrat and does KENTUCKY CEHTBL R not go off after strange gods hence had a circus all to himself for fifteen Jake Baker shipped 3255 barrels send voting place hi the State to certify the July6 St total number ol voters registered and minutes w lien it resignedly sat down to ingtbem both A is ihH for Fox for Governor North aud South the number voting fur calling the con Â¬ die stitutional convention and to make Jno P Depauw on the farm or J out a duplicate certificate showing sub The Democrats Col BradicV says lire Courier Journal R Marrs in of Bryants the bend neighborhood facts The reiriiiraiion limk hiii i station Fayette county will have has proen conclusuey that he murdered reports an average or twenty busliea or by them immediately sent at the ex Â¬ Shortest and Quickest lloute Bowman in Louisville and that wheat to the acre in one field a fine old barbecue to day The Jennie AND I will oiler Tor sale privately at cost This is pense or the Commonwealth by mail speakers are Carlisle Breck- Â¬ Turner hanged for the crime was Uie the best average reiwrted in the neigh- Â¬ to the Secretary of State at Frankfort for30duys the stock of Sash Doors JulyG 3t Fiaui Lumber Laths etc belonging to C Kentucky the inridge and Blackburn There wrong man borhood for this season and is no doubt attached to and poll duplicate certificate Stafford at Richmond Planing Mill r the book for the elecKENTUCKY never was a time when the DemA man walked all the way from Boones largely due to the fact that the laud tion of State ollicers and return thereÂ¬ I prepared to do all kinds of 2k J STONE WALKER W 3riBi iJ ocracy all over the State was so borough yesterday to suggest that Mr was greatly enriched lust season bv with as now directed by law SOjimit Assignee TO am points BUILDING AND CONTRACT thoroughly aroused I 5 The Secretary of State in ollice Waller Sharp the Bath county tobacco reeding down corn on it to 1 number North Bast Wes- - and Southwest at the convening of the General Assem Â¬ man who made WORK IS TEJE AGENT AT KICIIMOXD KY 100000 in the rise of or hogs that had the 11111 or tiie entire bly next after the election iu August The Democratic barbecue at tobacco must be a purty new Danville Advocate sharp fellow looi niiui imiueuiaieiy upon the or Â¬ Lancaster was attended by people AT TIIE MOST ganization of the same transmit to A lady was splcaklng in glowing terms BKTWEEX This well from all the adjoining counties each House a statement prepared by now open forknown summer resort is or the the reception call guests and by many from even other when Sulphur Spring at Estill Springs to Please 1st uutl fceltle your account him from the said registration and The medical qualities of its ofwater is Lexington and Cincinnati July her little d allowing how many votes unsurpassed by any other ou this con- Â¬ daughter counties There was an abund innocently asked were at the said election cast in favor julyl3 4t if that was the spring Crookk Son and iu the best manner He is a ance of dinner and creat entliu oi said convention and the total num- Â¬ tinent Schedule in Effect Feb 2Sth 1S87 inwnicltthe now wans boo loom twah thoroughly educated Carpenter The location is cool and delightful ber of voters registered whether voting siasm The speakers were Senator lah Premium Bread for or against or not at all The report As to accommodations we rerer to and builder and those contemplat- Â¬ iiryan lion Evan Settle Senators Messrs Coviugton Aruolil -- Bro No 6 shall be made up by counties He Col It BStine John Allen Welling Â¬ Nol No 12 ing building will do well to secure A man had a cow The cow had twin GriKSPn- - offer a premium Uallv Beck and Blackburn Senator Har- Â¬ of S10 on the shall retain the registration books ton Payne anil Hun C J Brouston of south bound Ex Hun Dally KxDally Sun an estimate from him ris Congressman McCreary and cahes The man had an idea that The firet day of the Fair for the best loaf of the u e of examination aud inspection Lexington Climax ought to take notice of the twins wheat bread salt rising and one of 10 of the next General Assembly many others Old Garrard will Ollice at his residence on Hallie For further particulars address Ijvc Govlngtoiij 8T am fcSi pn 210 pm The Cumax had another opinion Then for thebes tloafof wheat bread yeast C It shall be the duty of ruinioiuii IteWJ give a Democratic majority the oflicers Irvine Street James Benton 1021 lAe t iitlilani UaJl 130 whoe duty it is by law to com the man got mad and quit taking Tun rising to be baked Or B H Kale Arr larls llW from their cele- Â¬ certify the votes for State pa re aud 615 July22tr JuljGtf officers to W10 Arr LexliiKou UiWin I ISM Irvine Ky Capt Phil Thompson other- Â¬ Climax brated Acuta flour made by Bo Â¬ make out from the certificates returned llxjam iirjj larls Lc Winchester UCpjn 1125i p ni S u pni wise aiHl more familiarly known with the State election poll books as I went to the Episcopal chucrh to day nanza Roller Mills Richmond Ky P1TEHT TRUSS ROD AUD TUBULAR Arr 605 AIM Arr Illcliintiud above provided anil at the time they 715 as Old Phil Thompson 507 the and It rained said a man all in one breath Jb-3-t- f Wo Have Come To Arr Ijuieuster SSB certify the votes for Slate officers a m Democratic candidate for the Leg- Â¬ on last Sunday The man was ewdently 8io Our accounts for 1S87 to July 1st are Air Kowlaml - too Do you want pure drugs and the best certificate by voting places showing Htcliiuuml islature in Mercer county is not not posted in church doctrine or he would brands the total number of votes registered reaily and those who are indebted n Arr Ilerea 3 of tobaccos and clears Ymi and the number voting for Arr LilnttonJ 513 to be left at home notwithstand- Â¬ hate known that the Episcopal church calling a us will please call ami fetlle at once can find them at J J Brooks The underpinned having rented th constitutional convention and to send 5s BllO CoVINUTON ing the combination against him merely sprinkles AUNOLD shop formerly occupied by L O the certificate to the Secretary of State June22 tf The Courier Journal says N B Those who owe us for 1SS6 NORTH BOUND No 3 No 11 NO i Schmidt in Richmond ICy i j pre- Â¬ 111 not vote for the railroad and if the registration book provided The its too A Xovei Bet -- While I am not a for above shall as to any voting place will ave cost by calling at ouce pared to do all kinds of Republicans and Prohibitionists of expensive said a man the day Mercer county have combined in why not asked a friend other spend betting man said F J Cheney of the be lost destroyed or not returned then JulyC tf cl A Bno Lvo Livingston fcOO am you Carriage and Buggy of State in making the a vain eflort to defeat Capt Phil more for whisky than your additional tax firm of F J Cheney Co I considered the Secretary General Assembly diall lB6 lve lleivn Arr llclunonil 11H it my religious duty to make that fel Â¬ report to the 2 B Thompson Sr for the House would amount to use the information in the certificate as But said the anti 7 ill u iu SM am Lvc Kowiaim Lve Laiiousicr 811 518 and while their candidate conducts railroader when I invest money in low a bet You bee he was about dead to any such district or mvelnnt nmi i City needs money and mut Arr Uiclimoml 110 1 guess he would have died before nlinll moreover use the certificate to eatt The which will lie done at the lowest fig Â¬ a still hunt a Jady will deliver whisky I get the benefit of it and when I and KicIiMioiu180 Lc Wliicliettterl- 215 pm WSbHm ures and in a workmanlike minuter Bpring if I had not got him on the snow mat lie lias or has not the regis Â¬ have it Your taxes are past due save Arr temperance addresses in his inter put it in a railroad its eoiic 77 money by paying the Collector tration book Arr lari bet 3S0 Orders taken for any otjleof Veliiclr 813 You know some men bad rather each county for each voting place in oat in every precinct The Demo named in said certificate Ollice at frecond Nationnl Bank Lve Ijcxiuglou 15 215 i in 7 Jain Philadelphia is a tough town A grand loose their lives than lose a hundred Pm Having communication with the bet Lve lurls VSO 8St 810 I 7 It shall be the duty of the Secre- Â¬ Manufactories In the country can JulyO tf crats are active and will not be jury hopped right square on It A Uaklow Lve Cynthmna VfiQ 1I7 Louisa uell he was oue of that kind and we tary of State after rtio adjournment of order any kind or Carriage in u abort KnlmiiiitU 18 IfcOS 417 defeated Lc Uovuigtou 350 lias C 615 Eberlem last week with both feet The both came near being out but I saved this General Assembly Arr time unit guarantee perfect featit to make out I TO indictment charges that Louisa did listen my hundred and it only cost him ten the form of a registration book and cer- Â¬ fiction iu all cases MAYSVILLE BRANCH- tificates to be made and used as herein Gen S B Buckner Democratic about the houses and under the windows dollar Hows that He Pent for me provided The people of Madison county know N 51 No oi The County Board of Examiners ot me and I hope to receive a fuir hirf candidate for Governor spoke at and eaies of the houses of the citizens and one day and said the doctors had all the Public and to furnish the same to Madison County DjIIv NOItTU BOUND Dallv Printer forthwith aud it will examine appli- Â¬ Kx Sun Kx bun of tlieirpntniuiiLe Willi many thanks ths Court house in Richmond on their dwellings bearing tattle and re- Â¬ given him up to die with the catarrh xhall be the duty of the said Public cants for Teachers Certificates on the June22 tf tor pat favors I am Printer to last Saturday night In the peating the same in the hearing of other I told him that I would bet lmn 100 usual form make up aud bind in the third aud fourth Saturdays in Jul and 200 pin M6st Uwpectftiily audience were numbers of enthu- Â¬ persons to the common nuisance of the that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure a certificate one registration book with August the times fixed by law and Lve Covington Lextngtou 725 a in IpSi thereon for lach voting at no other times 815 citizens Purls- 5ai A D SMITH him or I would give him 100 if it failed place hi the State also the duplicate siastic Democrats from the coun 812 Arr Mlllenburg 5is By order of the Board IV Call for Lon Smith Sl- 905 rarliole try Gen Buckner is a distin- - The subjoined paragraph from the Paris He took the latter proposition This certificate and the county certificate 7rfW S 57 Johnson Amanda T Million and send the Julys f several sher Â¬ ICSK Mnyavllle 715 guiHiieu jooKing man possessing Kentuckian Citizen has two points First was three months ago j you see how he iff who shallsame to the tuey ee that Juyi32t County Superintendent are de Â¬ looks now dont you as well as anyan imposing oeanng but is not an the definUion of a contingent fee and livered and used Mt the various votiug No 51 NoSJ SOUTII nOUND Dally Dally orator In a mild but pleasant second who thus defines it the lawyer or one and a dandy American Toledo places as herein required ExHnn Ex Sun I S That any officer failing to do or conversational way he gave his the Sun Does the lawyer sajr the Suu O perform any of the nets or duties en Â¬ Mnjhvillo views on the various vital ques- Â¬ defines it or the Sun sajr the lawyer de- Â¬ HH um 1250 pm Le Johnson- joined uponhini by the third fourth 633 -The firm of BENDKijEDWAttDSdo IZ1 fines it Thu Babies Cry For tions of the day That part of his And the fifth sixth and seventh sections of Carlisle 233 725 ing a grocery business on MUlersbitn 717 218 A Paris lawyer says the Bourbon Sun old folks laugh when they iinil the act shall be subject to a flue of this First street inaud butcher Ky speech relating to the origin and five is this Arr inns- Ilichmond 815 315 Jefines Lexington If 310 610 formation of the Government suit for a contingent fee thus case I bring pleasant California liquid fruit remedy hundred dollars S500 to be recovered day July 15 18S7 dissolved by intituul you and loose the Covington 6SW UJ5 I get Syrup of Figs is more easily taken and by indictment of any irrand jury in consent would have been a capital lecture nothing if I win the suit you get noth A GOOD STOCK OF Both parlies have quit I he house more beneficial in its action than bitter any court having jurisdiction thereof before the students of the Univer-Â¬ tng and shall upon conviction be removed having sold out to James M Hamilton No 45 lve Lexington 800 arr Paris nauseous medicines It Is a nost val- - from office by the court iu GENERAL 42 p El MERCHANDISE which said sity While the speech elicited The accounts due nTe firm have been Charley Ross once lived in Richmond uauie lamny lemedy to ilally oettrwi f0TTraJs3nna act on the conviction is had placed witli I he Secern National Bank Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati little applause it was replete with you probably dont know that fact but he bowels to cleanse the system nther at the beat country stand in Mad- Â¬ 9 Ttiatitsliall be the duty of the for collection Purlieu owing us Will trains aro ilnlly except Suuday and to sense and facts did Direct oounrttlon K inmle at WlncheMer ison county One day he rushed into the house of dispel- - colds We will bo srlntl tn headaches and fevers Secretary of State to have this act ad- - please call and settle with OliehapeaUe and Ohio lor MU Slerllnsr show the He was introduced by Senator Mr Joel Walker now deceased and Mauufuctured only by veruseu in one Iurties having accounts stock to any otic wishing the California each couuty or weekly newspaprr in firm ill jleae leave same against tiie and Eastern tiles this Commonwealth at Second Harris stated in as few words as possible that he Fig Syrup Co San Francisco to buv ELLIS FAMT LINK Nos 3 nnil i ruu vln MGGINS Califor- Â¬ wherein there is such paper published National Bunk wanted to borrow 2ofor fifteen minutes nia For sale by White with Pullman Sleeplng- - jun22tf for four weeks and in one of the daily Silver Creek Ky juli 21 lt Stockton Uendel Edwauds iiinniKi mm umiiinmiU Vo T pupersof the city ol Louisville for A list of appointments running Mr Walker was busy arid continued to RiS WiiidieKlernnd Washington t C Through TlekeU and R mgHKe Cheeked to thirty days Immediately preceding the write Charley left reminding him that right up to the August election The best bargains for the least money election and any destination reached by n milroad iu every county said or full particulars oddicss or call on any Jms been issued by the State Dem- Â¬ he wanted the money right away and for at J 0 Lyters Julyi2 tf Secretary shall cause to be posted at agent of the fuiuimnyor Finally Mr ocratic Central Committee with only fifteen minutes the court house door a copy of this act 8P SIOHbE D A PKHLY Ocn IWr ASt Tliecrcdlt system has played out at printed iu hwd bill form for at least Tmy Passr AKU the following speakers Buckner Walker reminded Charley Uiat the fifteen CovtnstoiiKy ICLexImrtoiiKv four consecutive weeks before such II 13 HUNTING ON Beck Hardin Carlisle McKenzie minutes were up and remarked Char- Lyters Call and make a purchase for election Ii llTuTvitu Afc only ltecelver ley you can just consider that you have the money aud go away lwnpy Richmond Kj Tiie Shoo 83 SEAMLESS The annual meeting of the Stock Â¬ Brookiuridge Adams Owens and In tho world Uenpral Office Coviugton KyN 10 It shall be the duty of the Pub been accommodated that the money hasJ holders of he ltichmoud and Lexing Â¬ Julyi3 tf Finest Cttir perfpet Bt and i Bryan Other speakers have been He Priutor to print ten thousand copies ton Turnpike llonri will be held at the and Lea all it jit toe A other appointments to fill and tho fellowreturned and that you arc a prompt You can buy a first class suit of of this act upon a senarate sheet of Banking House of DHJBayre ijiua and durable aa Co paper and deliver Uiem to tlieSmftf ihi v m Lexington on Our accounts are dttti Plenae call thoae cMtlnir or SS 0 political pot is to be kept boiling wuiues troin j u Jyter at your price of Slate who shall forward J jf o xsmtir MJl thesune to and settle at ouce WEDNESDAY JULY 0 JS87 Until ilia Inert itnt 1nn41 liuJ eicd now CaH nd e him uj moyoiKH s aavcr- - 4v CV SJfc - -- eJrf July3 tf me county cierKsniiie various coun Â¬ s I wnnt july3 4 iwcu - CJTNouter Ckookb Son ties in this State iu such numbers as to for the election ol a Board of Mann old time and nsual large majority Clothing to sell II of my ready made rim - UU V 1 nrsm gers for the ensuing rear ami to at- Be wire and call if you Now is the lipmmuSStiijir Cloth provldcdit least two copies thereof for need not be a surprise Col Wm want a bargain each votiug precinct said clciks shall teiiu hi such oilier uusiiipss as If you have not puid rrooke J C LyTEK IK vrltilisdiHgjyj groJScitnetit js deliver Son Bradleys eloquent speeches 0 til I the same to the Mierifls or conic before f lie meeting MAA4A1 jMlyi3 tr IaII journccotiut pa aud a so ot once offered J vtf other oflicers acting in tUo place Uiere- B S JAIIKES President IT j PQugiiAS Brwj5pSr filr jtfPf tho inmHJHP i lad Fontaine T Fox Pro hibition candidate for Governor of Kentucky will speak at the Courthouse in Richmond on next Fri day July 22nd The public generally and especially the ladies invited As General Buckner and Mr Bradley have both spoken in Richmond Judge Fox will Undertake to convince the people that both men are on the wrong road and represent parties that are behind the age He wants the Democratic party and the Repub lican party both relegated to the shades of oblivion and the Prohibition party erected in their places Judge Fox wants obviously more than he will ever get lie would not be more grasping if he wanted the earth But go and hear him Â¬ Â¬ Judge MONEY tTCD131JL01STTD KV Jixiyl 87 PI anm Including- Grounds Office and Mill Build- LJ Mill ings and Machinery Continue to Sell at Residence For Sale TWO NEW FEAME COTTAGES re MTnrHON A GEEAT JKJKj Saturday July 30 1887 Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street MY ENTIRE STOCK OP BEADY MADE OLOTHING - Â¬ J Trustee 1ST Â¬ 11 I FOR CASH UNTIL IT Cf- - Â¬ CLOSED OUT want a Bargain Â¬ I am simply over stocked and must reduce same Â¬ SO NOTE THE PRICE MOW IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT HOW CHEAP YOU CAMT BUT GIOTHIKG FOIS THS MONEY Ee Sure and Give A Call if Â¬ Â¬ reduced to 50 cents THEFine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced GREAT HOBSE FAIR to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to fc Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth SI you c T IT EC1 13 15 cents FUR Neat Papers worth 10 cents 15 cents reduced to JULY 1st 1 Â¬ Sverythilng at REDUCED PRICES Â¬ Tuesday August 87 at REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named GEO M WILLG1NG BJH Â¬ WALLACE Assignees Sale BLUE GRASS ROUTE BUIZiD ER Â¬ Â¬ CENTRAL COPJTRACTOR Your account now due and ready Please call and pay promptly and avoid trouble as I am go ing to collect J O LY TE R Â¬ LJ Nfe Siss5H FOR prmgs past raisers sixteen-year-ol- Reasonable poll-boo- Hates fr ie The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them UIE - WEBST FARM WAGONS Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at THE CELEBRATED IT8 HE3 3ST007ICE - le Slaj LOOK OUT Wcrk ESPECIALLY LOW PEICSS t Repairing Painting c All FapDs VananM For Oue Year- - The Best Material The Easiest Terms Â¬ TEACHERS Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so WEBSTER WAGON CO -- Notice of Dissolution it FOR -- SALE ill 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 StettlrsMBfc a Â¬ 3 L DOUGLAS k im yjss Rofprs Silver Platea Kiies aifl Forts COFFEES s JBnw am SjUCrABS byJFaHrafri WMRtftlaPnV niurT Pii9 - V amd aU Idhadsof Csmned Goods Washington ejieifal siysr Mr F- - HReiipert Clerk in the First ConÂ¬ WEDNESDAY JULY 30 iSSf trollers oHlee will rx-- transferred to tli Pension otttee oil the first of next Mr I C Ituck er agiaiit E Fr mouth to enter upon the duties or Son staying wheat it Paint SfK ciat Bxatniner ronii Mr Ilennert is one tifk lei the iavuriljj Kentucky boyg and his JHljnleiis A McCreary Democratic Onli was iwnijaion wiflljbe QiorujBd orgsuizeil at La n carter xm last Wed ure liy his friends in the old State He has well and frattefnctorily filled his nesday I duties In the Controllers office and the Fifty pe4He went from Marifcon niivaneoment is in every way deservvounty to lire Democnitlc Imrbtcue at ed Mrs ItejijKrt is now here on a isit Id her idd home and says she eiijoys Lancaster on IhsI Tiiursduv Washington very much Mr ilerjnart JocMauiHii churned with assaulting wfl also be here next month ou a visit Lis wife waived an examining trial His salary is now S2 i00 iwr annum and Rave bail lu tlie sum of 3100 Mt Sterling Sentinel Tl Francis ooloral for killing Dan A Faithful Slate 15 r c at Kirksville two weeks agnwna In 1S5S Mr W W INgg went into tnti wi Monday and liekl wllhnut Wall the hotel business at Irvine Ky rfuKUer trial Among the requisites of hotel appli Â¬ The Kirksville ftdr will be held on ances and especially one Friday and Saturday uf this week bar is a slate Mr Pigg that has a an Fi ft three riiis Premiums range ordnwry slate and it servedhmiRht for him iti ii7e from S2 50 toM seven years as long as that love sick On last Saturday thirty six teachers fellow of old served for Rachel and wre examined sixteen failed to then Mr Plgg removal to Richmond rcelve certificates Fifteou white and I 1W6 ami iened a livery stable He brought the faithful tlute along with tlve colored pasHsl him as one of the family and gavo it a Know Bulls an oif paining ex ecu t position in the stable For three times vdly Mies Mai lie Broiit4oii may Uil --ewi j ears U recorded the daily transee i at Crooke Sons store It is well actions of the livery business From a worth your trouble t g and see it small iimn physically and a frail man iuaneially occupying an SxlO stable Tom Curtis Iws returned from ami Mr a slim man religiously the slate West Virginia and saya that his sister aided him hi becoming ponderous hi Miss Mary Curtis continues danger-Â¬ all of the jHrlicuInrs mentioned ously ill Her trouble is an afleolion Some mouths ago the slate was tacKed of JUe head on the wall to be used as a stage Slate Mr Ja Howard Ihiggs has oq his and now the unities of those who want farm two cowh each of winch has twin to be Mire of a seat in the Irvine ftM calves He also has a Half Jeiey cow express to the Estill Springs has hi on that less than thirteen mouths old with a iiams recorded slate Which gives forth strong Vine calf at her side indications of yet auoiher twenty nine Henry A Sax ton the coruetist who years played frequently at the Richmond Engineer Killed lair fifteen or eighteen 3 ears ago but has since been living in Jostou has On last Wednesday Joe Paul who returned to Lexington had just been promoted from fireman to engineer left Paris to convey a loThe Millersbnrg College question lias comotive to Covington over the Kenat last been settled by removing the tucky Central He ought huve side collvge to Whiehster which place traced at Cynthiana but thought lie gave 38000 and the grounds llloh emihl reach Berrys Station nine miles moiitl should have hud it beyond before the south bound ir nii Mr W E Cabell a C U student due at Richmond at 230 could reach sends us a catalogue of the Adair that point A mile this side of Beny Ciiiuty Fair and upon perueul we at a curve Paul met the passenger find that it oilers excellent attractions train ami immediately reversed his engiuc but the locomotive was imuVr opeiially in trotting premiums such lipadway that it crashed into the J C Lj ter has a lot of new oloeks Itussenger train killing Paul and coin and he proK es to make each and pktely demolishing both locomotive every one of his delinquent customers The engineer and fireman of the pas of clock so that the customer enger jumped from their engine and a A THE CLIMAX fr PiOBlrtted 1R INE AND ESTILL SFKISGS CorrcslxmUcc of Tim Climax July IS 1SS7 To day is County Court day at Irvine and despite the hot weather of the lastl few day a Rood crowd will be in About the only topic cf attendance conversation Is the proposition from theL C and V Railroad and its friends are very sanguine Gen Williams has canvassed the county and thinks the road will be built at an early day Pus1 aoug the R 1 and T F and tap the new road at this point Hev E H Btiruam of Richmond preached here yesterday morning and Â¬ Estim Sfjhscis Ky Â¬ who attend more than one school nnd are counted twice which deducted would leave C74S001 children and youth of school nge In all our Sunday schools while there are at least 9000 000 more children of that age in our country and very likely most of them attend no Sunday school Truly the American Sunday School Union is doing a great work for present and future America for which there is most urgent need Any who would like to read its last annual Â¬ PERKINS We need rain iu this vicinity every thing is burning up Jtev Baird is down with Iho measels at Mrs Katlb Kitnntzars Miss Bell Hunt has been preaching at tiylom the past week to lurge crowds every night Oscar B Ambrose of Lexington was visiting H B Robinson nud fami- Â¬ ly of this place this week Miss Mary Oldham began school at Sylom Monday Mr Andy Holuiuu began school at Millers school house the same time JJk UoH AND - v THE CRUSH GENERAL EXCITEMENT AIIE- - report or aid its work by gift of funds may send to J H McCiiTiAuaii PERSONAL f AT COST AT COST ceuing Col 1 -- bt e Â¬ twenty-ulie-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ 11113 know when his account falls due Prof C T Mctliutock who was one ot the faculty of Madison Female In- Â¬ stitute last session has leased the Carlisle High School property and Mill open that institution iirSeplem ixr Samuel Bigger tall ami Mr Twyman Million went to Cincinnati last week with hog They struck a good market but within n few hours after selling the cattle market materially depreciated Mr consists of Messrs EdgHr Turley E E Mitchell W D Alveraon John Gibson A 1 Rufl Sam Black ami last as well as least Charley Mackey Several new members are expected were not injured I he passengers were considerably shaken up but not hurt Paul was scalded to death and died with lever in hand which indicates that he thought if he really had any thought about the matter more of saving the lives of the jiassengers by lessening the shock than of saving himself There was 110 mail frini the Nrth in Richmond that day as traius could not pass the wreck hr Orators dress-ing-dow- The Bicyle Club now Speaking of the Lancaster barbarue the Stanford Journal says The n Col John K Faulkner has opened an office in the First National Bunk He represents the Terni MiiVuhI attention Life Insurance Company of PhilaSenator lhe Journal further says delphia and embraces in his territory John J Harris made a short speech Mad is u and ailj doing oouute which was received with that hearty applause which shows how solid he is The thermometer at the signal station in Louisville marked 0SJ in these iwrts in the sliade on last Sunday From all p irts of lie country ootue reports of a Tlie Courier Journal says Senator high thermometer The thermometers Harris spoke for Buckuer and Detno hereabouts have climbed tip into the eraey to day not like a man who had nineties every day for a week some of just been defeated f r the nomination them reaching 93 on both Sunday and but whole like a man whose mhiI wax enlMed in the is ue uf August Monday and when Senator Blackburn said The local wlteat market ranees in We are aw Buekiier now but four price from 63f6o cent The agent years hence we will he fur Harris the of Mis Annie Crenshaw has sold response was of a nature most complififteen hundred bushels at 03 cents mentary to Mr Harris The Chicago wheat market is steady at Three Fires the low price of 701 cents At Baltimore the price reached 82 cents on On Tuesday night of lat week the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ which Gov McCreary gave the Republican leader at Richmond recently has made him more popular than ever with the boyp and they could hardly wait fir his time to sjHak When he did he was cheered to the echo and his really fine ellbrt was listened to with the closest Monday dwelling house of miles Webb Cornelison was Capt Sam H Stone of this eoutily will realize probably 10000 clear profits out of the recent increase in yrice of tobacco Bath county parties have made splendid profits from to bacco J S Berry 16000 the Good pasters 23000 Wm McCray 22000 John S Smart SSO000 Waller Sharp SIWOOO situated on the Irvine turnpike tive from Richmond burned Â¬ The origin of the fire is iiollfiiown hut Is supNred to have been in tile kitchen pithing much was saved Extent of loss not known and no insurance Â¬ The same D M Black on Cronkesville Mr W Sherman Cotton who lives diary A lady living In the vicinity at the Win Bennet place between saw the match applied Mr Black is Foxtown 11 ml Clays Ferry lost a horsi said to know the party and he will ai last Thursday night It was valued most probably be caoht About 400 at S000 and evidently stolen It is the bushels of wiieat were consumed In the afternoon of tlieme day first instance of a stolen horse in county for some time Mr about 2j0 bushels of wheat with the Madison Kincli Tudor ot the Foxtown precinct straw was burned on the farm of Mr was arrested yesterday charged with John B Chonaulttwo miles from town the theft He promptly gave bond and on the Lexington turnpike Tlie tire was r el easei His examining trial will originated iu the machinery which was be held before Squire Armer to morrow new and running without oil The His fwsnds claim that he will easily owner of the machinery had sent to town for oil but before its arrival the Jirovr an alibi fire occurred from frK Moa Change el ISusiness Jn Woftdford county last week a Ben lei Edwards doing a grocery Mintfur fire occurred Tlie Versailles ant bu teller business on First street says Monday evening about idissolved on the 15th having sold out to six oclock Davis Bros thresher at James M Hamilton a bu teller on work on J M Withrows faim caught Irvine street Hamilton has removed fire and was comj lately destroyed to the First street house and Bendcl The fire originated from frietion of the and Edwards will go into business large belt 011 the iiy wlietLand was not separately elsewhere in town discovered until l yund control It was most voraeious entirely consum Â¬ Niagara Falls Excursion ing the thresher nud ftsidlcer in less The Queen and Crescent Route than a quarter of ai hour Seventy or Cincinnati Southern Railroad will live buhils of wheat were on August fSrd run an excursion to seventy bully damaged Tlie loss is estimated N iagnra Falls at extraordinary low rates No insurance from Junction City Iexingtou and all at nboutS00 Stations as far North as Walton Ky Tickets good returning to and inolud Remaining unclaimed in the rost- uig August 27th mw ollieeat Richmond Jubilee Singers Lewis David H Anderson John A concert will be given at the New Aldriifge toaua Muret diell Mason W H jOpera House in Richmond on Friday HkrtKH Mlehael Barnes Ann tnigut July 22od bv the Excelsior Baker James M Mintr Wllhe Miller Nancy fuliilee Singer of Nashville in the Bra71eten G B Miller Mattie MeKee Aume interest of the Christian Bible College Bluck Mrv Ireeently established at New Castle iu Beiiuun Michael McCiiutock Robt this State The company consists of BlggeostHir WF Parish Naunie G CHay Ltezie Phelp Jusu the choir of the Gay street Christian Campbell G M itoyce Eula Lee church of Nashville which is consid Davidson An bur Reel Jas Bmlly t K ered the beat choir iu that city and Enihry W R GL Shaw Reve jthey are regarded as the equals of the EdwardsJohn 2 IViltlit IiViiile Gibsnii AUWI1 famous Jubilee Singers heard here Girdeii Carolina Tribule Jus wend years ago This choir sum at Hundley Leslie Ttrrner Looker Co Turner Irvine the dedication of the Christian Bible liiirmr Sam Weeninn Henry allege at New Castle last Seidember LHolmf witri fciirnii UnioWwue tmd have been requested by the Beard SfiSbd Dr A M Wyatt Lizzie r Trustees to give a series of concerts Tjie Cmm office is prepared lo for the benefit of the school print sale hilt programs and all kinds Covington Arnold Bro wsnt to ofjobwoilc buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which hey will pay llle iji1C8t market price Novt is tin me lo tubscrbe for Tat 1 West plaqe near was burned by au incen- Â¬ night the the wheat of 8u Js Jaiyao tr QtfXaX day in our midst last week Jas 13 McCreary and his son Mr Rollins Burnuni of Richmond Robert returned from Kstill Springs was in town one day last week yesterday Asher Brothers mill will be in oper- Messrs T E II Urmstonand M F Ar at ion this week it is hoped buckle have returned from Lookout Even business is kept hot hero In Mountain fact this is the hottest town in the ITS Hi HI Mr Tom Lackey of Wichita Kansas State who was visiting Mr John C Miller has Mr James Todd of Richmond was gone home in town Wednesday making arrange- Â¬ Miss Kcssie Giltncr of Newberry ments to begin work on the Presby- Â¬ Sooth Carolina is visiting Miss Arnold terian church here He will commence at Arlington work Monday -- OF OUR- Mrs R T Brown of Georgia and Ford was treated to n light oMiaud Mrs Lucy Welsh of Danville arc visit- Â¬ show last Wednesday night Sword ing at Rev Wm Crows swallowing tire eating etc were act Miss Sallie F Curnam Mis Mary ually performed so the performers Burnam Miss Annie Letcher and Mr said One man wanted to get in free but was met by the H L White left on Monday lor Dripping I understand impetuous door keeper and turned Springs head over heels down the hifl 1 Mr C Stafford and W P Xorris who since learned that the showmen formerly clerked for Mr T J Smith have skipped out without paying their hoard have lormed a partnership as Real Estate bill and carried with them the key to Agents Kansas City the school house Mr Hood Tucker has been promoted to Engineer in Charge of the construction I of the D A R K running from Mc FOXTOWN Cracken Kansas to Pueblo Colorado hamsHon T G Stuart Judge Richtud Neal Bennett is quite sick with fever French and James Hodgen Eq of with headquarters at Scott City Kansas Winchester Sun Mrs G B Million and Clark Mr and Grass and growing crops are tufler Hon T G Stuart of Winchester and ing for rain daughter Mi s Emma of Madison Col A W Hamilton of Mt Sterling Mrs H J Streng Mrs J B Willi Misses Lou and Emma Burin of Mfaces Emma lK Jarnutt Belie and both interested in tlie L C VR R Moss and were at tlie railroad meeting yesterday Ver ailles are visiting relatives here Siidie March Miss Laura Hon but approving rather than opposing tlie nieee Miss Laura Walker Miss Elimn Qniuu Is wllh Mrs O Burgin while her husband is absent iu John Bennett Judge C H Breck and Louisville Southern Hon C V Illinium of Richmond W Col Thomas G Poarc Deputy Clerk Texas W Smith of Cynihiuna and J B Court of Appeals ami Col Tom Corbctt Mr G B Million and family are with others Register of the Land Office Martin of Lexington were in Rich- Â¬ spending the sultry summer days at whose names 1 do not recill without mond on last Wednesday night on route Estill Springs Parties of to the Lancaster barbecue couponing the register They called Mr Wm Bennett Is prepnring to ten or twelve from both Mt Steiling on The Climax and pronounced its and Winchesti r are exiected to airlve editorial room a handsome institution move with his family to town shortly Wc have begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture to day Mr and Mrs D R Forman Col Corbett said he was going to the bar Foxtown will feel the loss and complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our day here yester Â¬ becue solely purely and exclusively to of ltichmoudspent the Mr Overton Burgin and son Ben left cat day Senator and Mrs Jno I Harris a sheep and not through any patriotic last week lor Texas where the hitler came up yesterday uud will spend a influence that it was a matter of the will remain for the benefit of his health few days Persons expecting to visit stomach with him He will send his son which it is generally hoped he may here will be glad to know that a new to college here next September recover Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods mv piano has arrived and guests now can where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to The potractefl meeting at Clays Fer- Â¬ enjoy music Those here at present ry conducted by Eld It R Noel of DIED have been favored with some line Lancaster still continues ami much instrumental selections by Miss Lee -Thomas B Wallace a native of Madi- interest is being manifested Six addi- Â¬ while Miss French lends the Croxton melody of her voice Let me record a son county died at Lexington Mo on tion to date One of June BiggerstafPs old wagon unanimous vote of thanks to both lor July 3d aged 75 years Miss Fannie Lisle daughter of Rufns horses is dead This horse was old and their favors The management informs Lawns at 3 cents per yard me that a hop will not be given on Listed of Lexington who was thrown familiarly known both by name and Lawns at 5 cents per yard Finlay evening of this week but on from a buggy two ecks or more ago tjunlitiej to every man woman and 15 cents per yard former price 30 and 35 cents Linen Lawns at each succeeding Friday evening until died on last Thursday from the effects of child between Richmond and Lexing- Â¬ Handsome Dress Goods at 10 12i and 15 cents per yard re- Â¬ ton the season closes The R S C will the fall make a note of this and know that a Some of our farmers have about con- Â¬ duced from 15 20 and 25 cents Just as we go to pren wc leain of the cordial invitation is extended to them death at lier Ginghams for Dresses 7 cents former price 10 cents home of Mrs Martha Ilorinc cluded to feed thiir surplus wheat to While Mrs Horine was an okl to be ptesent and participate citizen and was hogs rather than take the price White Goods 5 71 10 and 12A cents former price 74 10 15 the heat of the cities is almost unbear- Â¬ loved and respected by all who knew Irer Wheat at the present prices is certain- Â¬ and 20 cents able let me recommend to those who She leaves five grown children to mourn ly a profitless business and they would would escape to more cool and pleasant her loss Ed Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from G Horine tlie youngest is one realize more by feediug it places for a biief recreation this most Elegant Box Suitsat 1250 reduced from 20 Only a few left of the farthful printers of The Climax My letter failed to appear last week delightful old resort No better can be office and to him especially do we extend because of a broken leg which Elegant Box Suits at 1750 reduced from 20 Have only a lew the found for quiet rest and comfort our sympathy writer not the letter received Be it A GEXEIlAIi IIEIIUCTIOX OX ALL IUIRSS CtUlS OF FIFTY PKU JET JBN understood that I do not write with Heavy Brown Domestic 5 cents per yard MATRIMONIAL- my toes but the necessities attendant T1IK AMEH1CAX SUNDAY SCHOOL UX10X Bleached Domestics at 6 cents per yard upon such occasion are liable to cause Mr Richard Godson editor of the one to assume an attitude directly Ladies1 Hose at 10 cents a pair well worth 15 cents OorTcvpottdence of Thr Climax Midway Clipper and who visited here averse to tiie u e of the quill Ladies Hose at 25 cents a pflir well worth 40 cents recently was married last week at Hop HKXDEH80X Ky July 10 1SS7 One of the strangest freaks of som Â¬ Ladies Hose at 35 cents a pair well worth 50 cents The Southern District of the Ameii kiusvillc to Miss Sara Gorslcy daughter nambulism with which I have ever Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 50 cents a pair worth 75 cents can Hundav School Union comprises of Hon Max Gorslcy become acquainted occured here last I saw two clouds at morn Kentucky Tennessee Viigiuia West 125 Ladies Silk Hose at 75 cents a pair worth week Mr Jat Smith an enterprising Tinged by the rising sun Virginia North Carolina South Caro- Â¬ And in the dawn they floated on Childrens Hose also at greatly reduced prices and highly respected farmer retired as lina Gporgia Florida Alabama and And mingled into one usuil about 9 oclock Wednesday night Ladies Kid Gloves at 50 and 75 cents a pair well worth 1 anl 125 Wm Strong is Mississippi Hon but was surprised to awake at his usual Ladies Linen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs atS cts President and Rev J M Cromwell RELIGIOUS time Thursday morning on tho lofty D D Secretary of the A S S Onion Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and quality at greatly summit of a hill over looking the quiet with office at H22 Chestnut street Rev Geo O Barnes is lioldin a meet waters of Otter creek about 3 miles reduced prices Philadelphia Richard Aslmrst is ing at Rugby Tenn from home haggard hungry and Tilmc TCiYI rtiiftmi Simps nt 1 TiO n nnir wnrlli 9 Rev J H McCulhiugh of Treasurer bleeding from the scratch of briars en Â¬ There are 225801 white children attend- Â¬ Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 2 a pair worth f 275 Henderson Ky is Superintendent of countered on the oblivious journey the Southern District Hon George ing Sunday school in this state Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cents a pair worth 1 He soys the rattling train must have Six thousand people attended the Camp W Morris of Louisviile is a promi Â¬ Jlcns Shoes at 2 a pair worth 250 attracted him hence Be this as it nent officer of tlie institution Meeting at High Bridge on Sunday may the strength of the attraction or Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 This is an undenominational Society Several Mormon families including a delicacy iu dress caused him to linger AIoi I O Klinnc nf nnVoc flint will 1101 vsaaki icriTiwli vnn w 41 iiiiiv viiVwv tu and it labors wholly for the children goodly number of children passed tll through thero till dark rT and youth who are not provided for by Tucson to day en route for the Our entire line of Straw Hats at half price to close out Mormon any ouo else hence Us work is one in State near Casa Grandcs in Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents Chichuahua which all wltn love the children and Tucson Arizona Citizen All our Mens Colored Shirts go at half price lo close out the best Interests of our country are All our light colored Mens Hats so at half price to close out There will be a meeting of the execuWe shull be very grateful concerned your aid which you can give by tive committee of the Madison County for BARGAINS IN Co opemtion Meeting at Madison publishing the enclosed Mens Suits at 400 reduced from 500 According to the statistical report of National Bank Monday July 25th at the Sunday schools iu tlie United 3 oclock V jr A full attendance is Mens Suits at 500 reduced from S600 Stntos rendered at the Internationa desired Mens Suits at 750 reduced from 1000 Convention held iu Chicago there has Annual convention of the Christian Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 been an increase in the schohir mem Â¬ Womens Board of Missions and the Mens Suits at 1250 reduced from ISOO bership of all the Sunday schools in Kentucky Christian Missionary Society the U S since 18S1 of 866015 It is in Â¬ August 8 11 18S7 at Maysville Ky Joint Boys and Childrens Suits from 5200 up to 750 reduced from teresting to know by what agencies mass meeting of the conventions Monday 300 S100 500 600 S750 81000 S1250 this increase has been seemed for it night at S oclock slums that a great missionary work It is estimated that over 500000 will has been dime to bring an army of 36o- 000 into active mcmiiersnip Willi our be at the disposal of the Philadelphia SuudHy schools No inure important Yearly Meeting of Friends bequeathed by work eau be conceived of for it lias to the late John M George for the estabto be lo- Â¬ do with tlie destiny of our entire coun Â¬ lishment of a boarding-school cated in Eastern Pennsylvania to retry Tlie three last annual leports of the ceive children of Friends and such others American Sunday School Union the as a committee of the Yearly Meeting old undenominational Society that may think pioper cares for the children who are pro- Â¬ The Paris KenlucMan Citizen referring vided for by no one else show that to tlie Sam Jones meeting at Eminence since 18SI it has brought 185034 child- Â¬ Henry county says vnrlesi A mnrvol of Tills ren into 4947 new Sunday schools a Jones indulged as usual in rough say- Â¬ purity powder never wliolesonieuesx More strength anil Blab number equal to ouuu more man ouei ings such aslike it mouth fool Rack out eronomlcHl than the ordinary kinds nnd if you dont Male bet old Iu competition with Hie mul half of all the increase reported as hav- Â¬ male fellow Married to fellow and fe cannot of low lestsliortwelslitRliimorplioK Â¬ an old whale titudes ing been secured by this and all other Damnable task masters of hell You old Bliate powdcrx Sold only 111 cans H IUiYAI Y 1owdek Co 100 Wall BU agencies during these three j ears But stingy devil you etc Jnue 22 tf this American Sunday School Union Sam P Jones the Georgia evangelist did more than this It aided 4625 with his wife and child were tegistcrcti at othersehools which have 40774 teach- Â¬ the Gait Houie to day He came so that iu from ers ami 515714 scholars New Castle this morning where he these three years it reached 9872 com- Â¬ has held a series of only partially successmunities and Sunday schools and 700 ful meetings He goes from here directly Care- Â¬ 74S children and youth and then re tojiis home at Cartersvillc Ga where he aided and revisited these schools 9245 proposes lo rest several weeks during the Due times besides making 926S4 visits to warm weather He left this afternoon Â¬ families supplying 45019 destitute per- Louisville Tunes The same is mado out ready to bo sons with the acriptuies and holding Money I must Sam Junes meetings at New Cattle receipted paid 27247 religious meetings That there is hnvesopleus call and Kettle at great need for more of just such work haie not been an unparalleled success once and oblige hi our country is evident from the faefc His running mate Mr Sam Small has Yours Ttuly according to the International not been able eveil with his elegant and that Gko M WIMGING jttv20 It high toned assistance to create unbound- Â¬ icpotft there are but 8084 Secretary 47S sohohirs iu all the Sunday schools ed enthusiasm and the hippodrome wilt in the United Suites tltat rcjHirt to probably move on lo Oilier pastures at an Straw JhitsKtnuv Hat Straw Hutn this son vent hm which the chairman early day It is to the credit of the good of tlie Executive Committee said was people of Henrv and the adjoining coun- Â¬ Sfniw Ilat very low at Lyterd jul2U ti ties that the show a preference for the five per cent too small If five per cent were added we have 8436201 good old fashioned style ot preachibg Straw Hats cut half in two nl J C schnlan in nil our Sunday schools But rat ler than that ot the ultra scnational- - Lyters O ihostateiiient ias made that 20 per i13- Couner Joirnal ceut houl be deducted for those ovtr Hahj cut naif in utp lit J Straw 1 and under six years fffesg bu Palreulsfc J J Hnwkp tlie druggist jluiySfl if Idlers jiirtMf Curry of Winchester atsjL C Lillys Mis W W Pigg and son Leslie of tichmoudat the Shepherd House Miss Mary Miller at June B Parks Mi s Fannie Clark of Winchester visiting Park Gardner Miss Mable Bergmau and Miss Vniia Park of Arkansas at V O Parks R W Smith Jr and wireof Mt Sterling at R W Smiths Mrs Wm H riidon and children of Lancaster ans guests oT Mis James Benton at Estill Springs Since the thermometer has been registering in the nineties there has been quite a number of guests at Estill Springs The hotel now is under the active management of Mr 15 H Sale and his sou Charlie W Mr Benton being in a feeble state of health and I have never seen it in better condition to comfortably entertain the guests The table is well supplied with good wholesome fowl and the rooms are rlenii and well kept The water has lost none of its valuable properties and Among the is pure and health Klvinir anivids of the week have been IS Irs Miss Warnal Miss Lee Croxton Miss Margaret Allie Hub Taylor French the Misses Stuartf Mr Wil Gov Lecturer Mit Comic Cornelison who has been an interol the 1 FORD esting tempemnee nddreas at Irvine visiting in Lexington has returned home Saturday evening Mr J M Baker of South Carolina Rain Is very much needed There are several visitors in Irvine visited the family of Mr T S Uronston now and among the number I note the last week Mr Duke Tipton nut wifu aro Jn following Misses Mattte ami Katie Lexington M D Hughes and editor MulJudge Ihipard of Clark visiting Miss Mattie Mr Edwards of Mt Stcrlingspcnt a Misses Mollle and Lena lens of Lancaster were in Richmond Williams T Â¬ Â¬ B Denmree Grand O G T delivered yesterday Sellincr Out it Cost OF I 11 Iff IHllfKfi ON ACCOUNT REMOVAL ABOUT Â¬ AUGUST FIRST TO Summer Business ffMJgJrsHM-y-AMMU-i-VLK4Hggr3 Arnolds Wm on First St The W hole Coon ij is Glad next door to STOTTFFERS CLOTHING HOUSE GOME EARLY and GET BARGAINS -- MM LOUISVILLE STAR AT THE- - MUSIC MAKES OTHERS DA1TCE iIDJLOIE Dry Goods Clotting anil Skit Hun jl of Â¬ jHlyStf Jr O OC3L SMALL PBOFIT SYSTEM Leave Your Money Â¬ With Us W O PEYTON KAS RECEIVED A OF THE CELEBRATED ijvj Â¬ SPLENDID CLOTHING MITCHELL WAGONS For which he is sole agent for the counties This wagon has Â¬ We have made a general reduction in of Madison and Estill tlie prices of eYary thing in our House Â¬ THESE GOOBS MUST GO HO SUPEBIOB Absolutely Pure Our stock must be reduced to make room as all who have used it can testify as we need it and are determined that the The material in this wason is warranted goods must go with fair usage for twelve months I can THESE ARE ALL FACTS INDISPUTABLE FACTS Come Â¬ Your Accoun July i and See For Yourself Was Examine Critically and Compare fully every thing is under price ALL KINDS OF QIX w AGON FOR Sell You A Good ThimUe Skein Sixty One Dollars Persons wishing to examine this wagon oan do so hy calling at niy store on Main street Eichmond i -- mJS and GlaOTHS 3 WW GttTmiffG BOOTS andSHOBSHATSasfe awagr do Bun in pysce at - 1 tlsr d H J SXRENGS I JumA w - man miMnnHIIHHBaiMmnffii 1 E - I at 1 4 dflHr SbIississississV HISTORY OF SCULPTURE Important Somethlng About the Why Farmers Should Take Charge el Dome Iolnts Jfot Contained In tho Ordi Â¬ IVotlc Performed on the Farm sias Government Are Obtained nary Itcfercnco Hooks County and District Exhibitions Persia is relatively rich for she owes Flowing is the foundation of crop When wo gaze upon a beautiful Evory year many complaints are nothing to bankers or bondholders AT THE growing Bad plowing can not bo cor- Â¬ pieco of statuary it is interesting to Lnigest and most complete slock in The firm f White A Htoefclow b il mado about the managomont of nnr either at homo or Stbroad She has no rected and bad plowing is easier than recall the fact that it was through Ociiii Kentucky Our motto Best day ilktvel by MM Mai m iwt V county and district agricultural fairs debt and the Shah covers a snug sum Prices Good ami fewest consistent Holding tho plow-handgood plowing U While rvtirmg TIh htwim gradual aud successive stops that perÂ¬ The statement is mado that they have annually info the tronsnryas n reserve Unless tho plow fection in sc is not plowing wmiinrtrd unlrr the flnu P CaKKOTiIi GROCERY HOUSE hereafter hejteefctOM ulpture was attained pasaed out of the hands of farmers and It has been snecringly said by tho Rus- Â¬ Willi TIkn iitinitt of cuts a uniform width and depth the 77 and 70 W Main St Lexington Ky Tho earliest statuary was of the are controlled by the owners of fast sians who wish to belittle in order to having ctalHt agMMM UieM Arm wi work io not well done Hence the rudest fonn being little more than 221yr dec please wee cut thMt for pttywwit ai horses sporting men and people who weaketi hor that Persia has no national OF plowman must give attention to his quadrangular blocks of stone to repre- Â¬ imrlies kmiwiHg lbeM4rive to be in do business in tlio nearest town Many debt because she has no credit Tno work watching the course of his plow sent heathen deities and seeing ono debted to the- - Mrm either by note complaints are made concerning the truth of this assertion can only be prov- Â¬ every moment The good plowman set up by the roadside one must havo acpttmit will plrwiii- - com frwanl anil immoral tendencies of fairs when pool ed whon tho Shah attempts to raise a holds the handles tightly in his hands settle Whit A Stocktom citi- Â¬ puzzled to decide whether it wa3 been selling is allowed Permits are given loan which has never yet lwen done John Dyles will furiih ice to the Hot figldi fiowcver throwing tho plow Mercury or a mile stone On day it zens cf Richmond a ul vicinity this season for objectionable sjde shows privileges by tho Persian Government Of course In retiring frow tbe drag buin-w- to this side or that that it may take occurred to some stone cutter who was Now is the time to make contracts for deSeme for soiling worthless articles arc sold if more were spent for internal Im- Â¬ rvxretp atxi I do co with very nmm more or less land When it is said that engaged in cutting out a god to put a livery I lis headqtiarte x are at the grocery Thorc arc signs of improvement in and games of chance arc permitted take lit- - tHMrluMity f lltanktnj inv provement of if thero were less specu- Â¬ the plow must cut a uniform depth store af J E Djkcs oi North Second St Â¬ i Ueferonce to Sabbath observance in Many exhibitors complain of want of frieiHlx or llirir liberal taumiagr head en him and that was the begin ONT apr 13 If there might le less rosovc or a reference is had to the natural surface especially for thircoollJrioe maaift- Germany of busts Busts in return have In Stuttgart six hundred suitable accommodations for them- Â¬ lation revenue to holes or mounds ning remains But the fact of the land not ed Ih m many way shopkeepers liave engaged to close selves and their stock of the lack of larger put a head on many a man who in Â¬ Â¬ that made by hogs etc Good plowing dulged in them I mw4 crwrfully rommrml tin- - n- their shops on that day In Carlsruhe capacity knowledge judgment and mote while something is done to pro firm tti Stektni A Willi as entire v material progress something is includes plowing to a depth proper In the decoration of heathen temples a second distribution of lotters has honesty on the part of the judges of still annually saved worthy wf the rmWu- - atronage aii i for the particular crop and the particu- Â¬ hands were added to the statue ami A full and complete stock of been stopped In Alsace Lorraine delay in having the fair grounds put in etiHthtvHee ery Trulv The revenues of tho Shah conic from lar soil Sine soils are to be plowed that sculptor was the most successful pnWie houses are legally closed till suitable condition and in reduction in Vm STAPLE AND FANCY White many sources Tho land live stock deeper than others ground for some in tho game who could deal the best noon the premiums offered Many complain IU 1ihoimI Ky June 8 s87 U to be plowed deeper than for and mines aud fisher- Â¬ customs excise crops hand Feet followed as a matter of A little boy at a village school had because the fairs are generally noisy ies furnish the chief sources of revenue other crops It may be proper for in- Â¬ course for statuary liko poetry written the word psalm in his copy--boo- k and disorderly and because the ex-Â¬ The collection of some of the taxes is THE TIME TO GO TO stance to plow sod land deep or shal Â¬ enjoy a very long run without feet and accidentally blotted out the ercises of each day do not conform attended with considerable risk and low to invert fully the furrow or to initial p with his sleeve His little with the published programme Many results in It was Fliidius of Athens who in Â¬ and place it on edgo in order to suit the augurated the true ideal style of Greek eister at his side burst into tears over state that the best space in the exhibi bjoodshed not unfroquciit riots plowing to the soil tho crop to be the disaster but the spelling reformer tion building is generally occupied by art He wrought the statue of Minerva Regarding some of his revenues tho grown and tho season of the yonr defiantly exclaimed for the Parthenon in ivory nnd gold What if I did goods of merchants to the exclusion of Shah very wisely continues to follow a Hence no invariable law for plowing This occurred during the reign of leave him out lie didnt spell noth Â¬ farm gardci orchard and dairy pro Â¬ method common in Europe in former can be laid dowru And becauso of this Pericles who being born tired was ing and what was the good of him ducts They declare that fairs should ages that is fanning By farming tho intelligence and thought arc required called Prince of Tyre Pioneer Frets be principally for educating people in pearl fisheries for example the Shah Of the plowman who does his work The perfection of Greek art is attri- Â¬ A good idea of the Lutheran matters pertaining to agriculture nnd may receive less than if tho tax on them AND GET ONE OF IIIS The wise f armcf will put his buted to properly the fact that her sculptors Church of America as to locality and not for furnishing amusements of for could be justly collected and turned most intelligent careful workman at made nature in her best and happiest languages can be gained from the staÂ¬ advertising and selling goods over to his Government But as that the plow leaving the harrowing rolt moods their model They never miss Â¬ tistics of churches erected in 1886 The There arc good grounds for most of is practically impossible the Shah ing etc to the boys He will also ed a circus where they found well knit total was 276 of which 152 were Ger- Â¬ those complaints but it seems aston Â¬ makes sure of a given sum on which he put in the plow his team that is best joints among the leapcrs and riders man 02 English 37 Swedish 22 NorÂ¬ ishing that the people who make them can depend and leaves it to the agent matched in gait and endurance and and shoulders and thick mus Â¬ wegian 2 Danish Besides these there tlo not interest themselves in institut Â¬ who farms them to make bis profit which walks the most steadily for with cles massivecannon ball man and John ilHlM on the are Slavokian Finnish Icelandic and ing the reforms they appear to desire from whatever surplus may accrue a team made up of a fast walkei Iu Sullivan never gave an exhibition Bohemian Lutheran houses of worship so much The most enterprising and But while the Shah is advantaged by and a slow walker or of which there that the were not to be found X Y Independent intelligent farmers gardeners and the system of farming the people nro one horse lags or which does close to the ropes There are now 16000 colored teach Â¬ stock raisers in each county should much more heavily oppressed as they not walk true to the furrow it is im Greek sculptors formed tho head Â¬ ers in the United States 1000000 pu Â¬ control the fair and should they un arc in tho hands of tho officer who -- OX A- possblc to do good work He will hands and feet of different stones fre- Â¬ pils in the Southern States alone 16 dertake to do so it is not likely that farms that revenue Nominally he may also give the most attention to the con 000 in the male and female high they would meet with any opposition quently while wood and metal wore keep to the letter of the law in collect- Â¬ dition of the soil when the plow is to employed for the draperies and acces- Â¬ schools and 3000000 worshipers in To accomplish the best results it is ad Â¬ ing only such ratio on the products as 3 be put into it for if the land is plowed sories They also painted their statues the churches There are 00 normal visable for them to organize a countj the law prcscribesi But in reality great out of condition the result is more which was a humane thing to do as sehods 50 colleges and universities agricultural Society which should not abuses grow out of the greed of tho serious than if it be harrowed or rolled they were frequently left out doors dur- Â¬ Li and 25 theological seminaries ColÂ¬ limit its labors to holding an ftnnttal fanner out of condition Some soils may bo ing an inclement winter and in the CXTXIES ored people pay taes on from 150 fair The society shotili hold regular The turquoise minos are fanned Ectatiea Scratches Caatraetsd plowed when quite damp others only absence of other garments a coat of 000000 to 200000000 worth of prop meeting for hearing lectures discuss- Â¬ They arc less productive than formerly Lsmbaga Sprains Xasclaa when not damp Some niay be well paint was some protection orty ing Various matters pertaining to farni while the manufacture of excellent Bh9nmatua Xrmjtiott plowed when the weather threatens Among the most noted works in an- Â¬ Suras Stitcac HaafAU Advices from France show deep no gardoning and stock raising and spurious turquoises in Europe ha but to plow some soils just before a cient statuary was tho Colossus of At bottom prices lie also lias a Scalds StiffJoimU Screw anxiety because every thing seems for considering business matters and tended somewhat to lower tho demand heavy rain is to throw work away Rhodes one of the seven wonders of lull line of Tfjra Sting Backacas GIYE THIS IIOTJSE dec to crowd religion out of child legislation that affect the interests in for the genuine article The difficulty Also the time of plowing properly do the world Bites Galls Swiaasj It stood 150 feet high and which they arc engaged Working of getting the stone is also execsshe life There is an immense weight of tlends somewhat on the crops to bo held Bmiws Sarcs SasUbtiiZi a lamp in its hand which was committees should be appointed to test as the mines are growing deeper all the infidelity to be lifted off these people TOsm Bnniaas Saavia planted on the ground If land lie lighted at night By its illumination a but something is being done by various new varieties of plants to consider the time and the shafts are very danger- Â¬ Coras Cracks for sonic time after plowing before fall sailor on Protestant bodies ami most efficient serÂ¬ merits of rival breeds of animals to ous Many are killed in the Persian in incoming vessel could singla and double first class mawheat is sown it is all the hotter bul THIS COCD OLD 3TAH3 BY tell Aunt Khody as far as he could terial and best of work vice by the energetic workers of the experiment with machines and imple- Â¬ turquoise mines which arc found in arcompltthei for eTcrylHNly exact wfeftt fcaclaim corn is always best planted on fresh sec 2JeAH missions who seem to have a ments and to make reports on them it Touts Sitings Saddles and Harness the province of Kerman in the South forlc Oe o tbe mmn for ttte crest ppraUrttj t land the sooner after the land is plow Â¬ An association of men organized for hut the best ones are mined in Khoras tbe Mattaair Itatraat Is fooadlatts uhirwl treasure of the old Pentecostal flame ed and got in order the better Is beating them all making the best applicability SiaybotTBfU3acisaiartktB THE USE OF LOONS CongregatiomaUH the purpose of promoting agriculture sau in the North Much depends oil tlld plow Tlie less The Lumberman aenls II lacasrof arcfcleM grade of A Boston mother was talking to and stock raising would be likply to The fisheries of Persia are farmed Tbe lluncnlfe acnls It for maanUaMily height to which the soil is cleYafed by Flayrul Creatures That Mako Slagniriccnt NEATLY AND PROMPTLY her little Tb rCagnlrr it f his tsamsaart fcto nu r duighter about conduct a county fair that would be of They are chiefly in tlie Caspian Sea Sport for City SliootUts the mold board the less the draft Tho Mechanic limli It always w lier being good and loving God The great value to themselves and the com- Â¬ and in the month of the rivers empty Â¬ ir The crazy scream of the loon are Some plows have sharply curved short bBck little girl dropied upon her knees by munity and one that would be free ing into it and consist chiefly of sal- Â¬ high mold boards those aro hard on heard again through the silent watches Tbe 3IlarrBdsttlBcaf ransnrr the ride of her motlier and offered a from all objectionable foaturesi mon and sturgeon it itr The boxwood in The lioaeeracadslt eaatRMaloR thd team and the plowman nnd usu of the night and at early morn Seven Co Such an association could be in- Â¬ the forests adjoining the sea is also little prayer She then arose and witi Tbe Parmer a4s it la Bl aaaie bfc iL ally throw the tjafth higher alht harder were seen sporting themselves in and bis hieck jsr a very self complacent look said corporated as a joint stock society for fanned This has been a considerable than is necossary For a very stiff sol Pigeon Lake the other morning It HE HAS A BIG STOCK OX HAND it Tbe bleambeAt mmn ortKw Hwwa mthe purpose of buying and improving article of commerce but tho supply is Mamma ilM God hear that prayer la MtwndalTittlad they are the host as they break up tho will be a good thing if they become Tin Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ O yes my dear God always hears grounds and holding annual agricul- Â¬ now falling off ALSO Tbe Horc faeier Bants lt t Is M furrow but for the majority of soils numerous around here as they will scription of Madison county to LoiiUille friend ajht safest i illaacs prayers Mamma said she tural fairs The number of shares The customs are farmed and form a Â¬ they are not suited as thej make un make magnificent sport for the inno- and Nashville Railroad due in February Tbe fetoeU zrower aceds It tt wm t v should be large and the price compar- Â¬ very important source of revenue not- Â¬ very earnestly what did God say tfeoavuxl of iloilare rf a world cf trorla necessary draft and throw some of the cent shootists ho come in the summer April July and October 1SS7 and iSSS He didnt say anything God doesnt atively small so as to allow every en- Â¬ withstanding that by the treaty of Tbr ttall rota m a4s tt t will are t ground in a complete circle leaving with thoir kits If there is anything will be paid on maturity at the Madison terprising farnur in the county to own Turkomnntchai with Russia all goods loss as his llf e is a roaad f acetdesis wit tnr t r Fpeak to us in that way O ye that will tickle a loon half to death it National Bank Richmond Ky Pays highest cash price for the same side up that was up before The UaclnToodnmaa metis ic There wet at least one By adopting this plan the entered from nations enjoying its priv-Â¬ lHBwnia he did you didnt hear Him C DCIIEXAULTCom Such plows throw sod on edge and is to get a pair of breach loading tf bis bke It as an nasi apt for tbe Uorn to If majority of the farmers in a county ileges under the most favored na- Â¬ He said to one of the angols only hear ltetbaaj easafort which saiiwiaa the ftnai break it into piccos hence are often nickel mounted double and twist would become directly interested in the tion clause pay a maximum duty of that little girl pray The Merefaaac seeds ttahoat htestasaa brown canvas coppcr rivctcd through Â¬ preferred for fall plowing as the his enployeea Aerldaats win happ a a4 welfare of the societ- and the success five per centum Tnrkey has an en- Â¬ leave tho ground in such condition that out city sportsman after hint Hu will these oete the Mastaae T Istasrai is war of the fair They would become bet- Â¬ tirely different treaty with Persia which Keepa Bottle iethellaaaa Ti ti u WIT AND WISDOM the frost has the greatest offect while stand on his head and kick at the ter acquainted and would be batter allows the two countrios to claim a ten nenecsr He there is the least danger of the ground clouds with will delight Grey hairs are honorable if the prepared to work for the advancement Keep a Bottle la the Factory rstwnc per cent duty Abuses doubtless ex- Â¬ like an old being made solid by a mild wet winter sit on the water tuelaeaseof accMatsaTiplamlisif head they adorn is honorable Pome of agriculture and kindred industries ist in the collection of customs espe- Â¬ Keep n Battle Alvrayia Tie ClW For spring plowing of sod a plow with fashioned three decker with his oil i ou want to buy some pure unadult- Â¬ They could decide how a fair should be cially in the matter of peculation rojg Democrat aao irbea waate a long little curved mold board is the eye shut and his beak on the erated old rtshioned sour mash copAh exchange asks What shall conducted that would accomplish the But the wonder to me is that under ex-Â¬ host as it turns tho furrow smoothly grin till the city chaps thinks that if per distilled whicky call on or write me we do with the warm weather We best results They could arrange for isting circumstances the abuses arc upsido down and docs not break it he cant blowthat galoot clean out of at my distillery at Do les ille or W C using their grounds and buildings for not greater Land tax also forms a might put it on ice I want to sell French BETTER THAN Hence the ground may be fined and the water at the first pop it would bo and will at Richmond Ky figures sell at the lowest Quit wishing and go to work and other purposes than accommodating most important source of revenue worked down without bringing sods useless his shooting at a barn Then SHELBY JETT y will soon lwve less to wish for and exhibitors and patrons of the annual The nomads of Persia who number or to the Such surface a plow he draws up holds his breati shuts mclisvtni loj lesville Ky fair At a comparatively small ex-Â¬ nearly a million arc taxed by a month- Â¬ more to enjoy Pomeroys Democrat is best for loose light soil also his eyes and pops So likewise does pense they could erect a building that ly levypn their flocks which is mod- Â¬ In the matter of speed there is a The form of the mold board must be tho loon and while the sport is con- Â¬ great similarity between a flash of could be used for meetings of the so- Â¬ erate and collected with regularity noted when the plow is purchased A fusedly looking for the pieces the loon ciety and for the display of sonic articles This tax or part of it is farmed Gen- Â¬ lightning and a bit of Hufounded gos Â¬ good plow is easily put in such condi Â¬ comes up within four feet and a half of exhibited at the fairs When attending erally it is raised without dfliculty ex-Â¬ sip St AUnm Messenger tion that it will not do good work If the boat and laughs a wild lunatic The Cheyenne Indians are eating these meetings they could stable their cept among the warlike tribes of tho allowed to rust it will not turn the laugh that would put unholy thoughts Iwrses in the stalls erected for animals Southwest Among them the tax gath- Â¬ their ponies In some parts of the ground well and is hard to pull out into the very best church deacon that A building erer only ventures attended by a strong country ponies are ned as a bever Â¬ brought for exhibitions Thon the rowing and and hold Some men throw the plow ever lived answering the puqwses of the club guard of soldiers age Pittsburgh Chronicle on its share side and drag it from one shooting commences and if the loon house in most racing parks is very de-Â¬ The Shah adds still further and very It k a very genuine admiration sirable in an inclosure used field to another or along the end oi does not take at least five hours hilari- Â¬ for holding materially to his revenues by the pres- Â¬ that with which itersons too shy or too fairs the land ami Jeweler This wears off the corner ous fun out of them why he must be a It need not be a costly affair ents he receives in coin from the high awkward regard the real actors in lifes of the share making the plow run un- Â¬ young ono and not feeling extra well but it should contain a kitchen dining dignitaries he visits from time to time stirring scenes Iimwthorite steadily and leaving a little ridge of Yes loons tihonld be encouraged DEALER IX room and a large apartment for hold Â¬ and from the sale of important offices ruud Feb S jSSt Husband Heady for the opera ground not turned Hold tho plow upÂ¬ Bobcaygeon Independent Guaranteed NEY3B to fcrsak ing meetings to the highest bidder Not that he Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver ami are yon Well that hat would scare right whon going across the ends oi desirable to have a family awards an office to any one who over-Â¬ It is JUTEB STEOtlSg Jt C 415 8wajr 5 X the dovil Wife sweetly Thats the live in voiy lands and have shoes for the plows Why She Wants to Marry Plaletl ware etc Special a building located on the fair Xaaaiartarcnu bids others but to the one who of sev- Â¬ reason why I ear it my dear when they are to be taken from ono grounds and have the general care of eral having ability adds to talents for FOR SALE BY Constance is very young but she is attention given to Authors are actually pleasanter in them during the entire field to nnothor Blacksmiths often THE COST OF ARMIES jear The their books than ersoMlly they are grounds should be kept in good con- Â¬ the post the largest pecuniary consid- Â¬ ruin plows They draw the point of also better worth quoting than most Bloom eration What these sums are can be tVhat It Costs Kacli Inhabitant to Sap- - the share to one side or down If a grown people Her envy was some Â¬ like newly made fires that wont go dition all tlie time The fences and DIAMONDS KY LOUISVILLE only surmised from general report but port Uncle Sams Soldiers plow is set on a level floor every point what aroused by the fact that a wed Â¬ without a good deal of puffing buildings should not be allowed to get that large amounts annually go into While only about eight nations of on the edge of the share and the edge ding was nliout to take place in the Beeeher AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES out of repair as they frequently do the coffers of the Shah in this way is a the globe spend more on their armies of the land side should touch tho floor family of her littlcplayinate aud that The dangers of ignorance are when the premises are deserted except 3E735ES fact well assured indeed it is a prac- Â¬ than docs this Government we have Otherwise the point has been drawn up the playmate thereby had the advan Â¬ man- - and nameless They move in during the weeks when the fair is in tice that has existed in Persia for ages always maintained a very small regu- Â¬ or down and the plow will dip A tage of her so sho remarked very the night An ignorant man is not a progress The grass on the grounds S G W Benjamin in Philadelphia lar army The reason of the great line running along the land side should complacently to hor little friends Promptly done ami in a workmanlike safe dim even when he means well should be cut aud saved at the proper Press cost of that small army may bo found bo straight not curved Myron W Seed-for if the point mamma manner time the weeds killed and the tracks in the fact that our officers and pri- Â¬ stands out or in the plow will Mrs did you know that I was crowd A man has been sentenced to ten kept in good condition PAPER BARRELS Before the vates are paid much more liberal sal- Â¬ or Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver The beam of the plow engaged to be married shirk days imprisonment for kissing the fat fair is hold every thing about the aries than those of most foreign na- Â¬ should be and Why no Conny is that so short to bring tho horses girl at a circus That is a travesty of grounds should be put in order After Weeds able Rank 3Iradow Grasses Avail Â¬ tions Our army costs us J5Sf Dont lorijet the place next door for Their Manufacture annually nearer the point of resistance hut have Yes maam Im engaged to Fritz to the Post oOlce HieL monil Ky justice He ought to have been pen Â¬ it is over the manure should be ro The growing scarcity of the timber aoout iuuuuuuu J111S nowever is small boy of her acquaint- Â¬ sioned for bravery Boston Port moved from the pens where the ani Â¬ supply and the cost of woodon barrels only sevcnty eijjht cents to each in- Â¬ tho whifllc trccs connected with tho Ward He doesnt know it but Ive beam by three or four links else the ance SEWING The cares which are the keys of mals were kept and the buildings has at different times during the last habitant There are twenty one other got to explain it to him riches hang often so heavily at the rioh whitewashed The time of one man twenty years led to various attempts to countries whose armies cost them horses stepping on a mound or in a Is prepared to supply his customers Well Conny do you expect to be depression will jerk tho point up or D mans girdle that they clog him with could be employed to excel ont advanÂ¬ produce a paper barrel which would more per capita than this willi the best married soon down American Agriculturist MACHINE weary days and restless nights whon tage during the entire jear in keeping answer nil the puqioses for which the Tho highest is France she pays Well I hope so The fact is Pm others sleep quietly Isaah Walton the building and grounds in good con- Â¬ wooden barrel is used These attempts -wrnx S323 for each inhabitant Great Brit- DKALKK IX FIXE- PASTURES FOR HOGS tired of being spanked and I think well It seems to be the business of life dition If a building is used lor the however have been attended with no ain next in line pays 257 per capitai Harpers Mag- Â¬ Vfay of Preventing the Maladies That be married very soon to lay by fresh cause for anxiety and accommodation of the members of the practical success until recontly when a Russia has the largest standing armyT azine Annually Decimate Swine discontent by increasing nir estate association a woman will be needed to barrel was produced from paper pulp in the world 780000 with a footing The plants for hog pasture must de-Â¬ whereas we should rather know how take charge of it Hit is provided which seems destined to supersede the of 2300000 Sho also pays more Sslf ftrdigg Boston and Detroit pend upon the locality where the swina to lose it all and be contented N Y with cooking utensils dishes tables wooden article Its general appearance for it than any ono else Every are kept They cat fewer vegetables It was on a west bound train A Bos- Â¬ AT THE LOWEST PRICES SeraU and chairs she could prepare meals is that of the common wooden barrel year 125500000 aro expended in Cjlisds ton young gontleman had struck up a Sympathetic Friend Look horc for the members of the association thickly varnished while only five keoping this gigantic body of men to than any o her of thG fami animals than 2ed yon want to get something to whenevor they have mcctinirs The pieces arc used in making it It is gcthor The per capita cost is 127 less make ninety in all Blue grass and conversational acquaintance with a The Premium Saddle Stallion cxcollent early pasture Red Detroit young huty Shtils help that cold of yours Ned Not house could be made the home of the bound with ordinary wooden hoops Only one nation in tho world has a rj e clover is the best single plant In the Do you like Smollett ueh I want to get something to mombors of the society whon they mot and tho head is of one piece so con- Â¬ larger army pn a war footing than the o3 1 I guess Ive uevor seen him help me The cold is too well helped for business It would insure privacy structed that it fits into the barrel air- Â¬ United States and that is France Sonth and in tho far West alfala takes the place of red clover Throughout Whos he with Tha ELDBEDGE B is sold with the save considerable expense and already Boston Budget tight and is held firmly in place by a Her army at high water mark is 3 Tlie Boston young man started but With a family to tike charge of fair hoop without the use of nails Tho 700000 Ours 3165000 During the the whole of the New England tho guarantee of leing the BEST Stepping stones Middlo Statos the Western and the fearing that Im had beon misunderstood buildings and grounds and a house for body is seamless and the interior and recent rumpus between tho States I beM H Until wttn Mm who stags that can he MADE T mm alear harp io ettvers tones the officers of the association thorc exterior arc glazed with a substance howevor there wore on tho Federal Northwestern States red clover may he heeded not the query That hh raar rise oa stepping stones be considered the main dependence for You are surely fond of Fielding would be no excuse for not oponin which rondcrs tho barrel impervious to side alono 2800000 Thoro are no au- Â¬ Of lbetrJ selves to higher things Street Dealers Wsfei fe TenlteT the exhibition on time or for incom- Â¬ moisture so that liquids of all kinds thentic records of the armies of the pasture although the most of the or-Â¬ he continued Tennyson dinary pasture grasses will be eaten Oh yes it will do replied the De- Â¬ Wiltnake the season of jS7 at our stable MissNorthoote Briggs is a charm Â¬ plete arrangements If the fair opened can be transported in it without loss South Bat if thoy were onty half as While tho great value Â¬ girl butslugging is what I like at Kirksvillc Madison County Kv and ing girl observed Cbolmondcly Jones on Wcdnosday everything could be in It is also very strong and stiff not largo as thoir opponent wo could havo ture as containing all theof grcon pas- troit you ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING GO constituents and just wait till our big four get will be permitted to te ve mares at io readiness for receiving live stock farm easily broken as the nature of tho placed in the field an army of 4 200000 OHthHsiaeUcallr such lovely hair and gf healthy growth can not be overesti1I1UOLMU1 or 515 IO INSURE A after your bean eaters theyll make Living products and miscellaneous articles on compressed paper is such that neither in tho sixties For such an insignifi- Â¬ eyes and suci a splendid figure Colt The splendid record that mated- gross and clover alonoare oiot cm think its raining base balls out in 363 nnd 303 WABASH AVE The persons in dry or damp weather affects it tho con- Â¬ cant and small countrv the Nether Yes replied Plantagenot Simpson Monday morning StonewallJacksonJr has made in sufficient for growing swine It will be the back end of jour park Chicago the fair rings combined with sale of his Ive heard it is 500000 in her own charge of the place could take care of tents rolainall their aromatic qualities lands keep a very good sized army found true economy to supply a grain Herald CHICAGO TTT colts stamps him as one of the grandest them till the fair opened He could There are numerous other excellent They expend J8000000 a year on Wheeling Intelligencer right sircsirflhe State To show the estimate also look after them at the close of the qualities claimed for this barrel thoir army of 60000 men This is a ration liberally all through the growing Â¬ Hostess Why Mr Awfulboor Plantation Phiolsophy of his breeding ive have the recbrd to I have justopened season ana as tlie green food fails dur a New Bar Eoem Thomas Dougherty the chief flour per capita cost of S208 yH have honors me with every dance exhibition A young socioty should be prove that five of his colts raised by the ing summer droughts this grain ration Graubin de ou First Street Fine ilis A table compiled at tho Treasury this evening I am afraid Mr prepared to pay premiums promptly inspector of the New York Produce must be increased As supplementary is liko gcdorin tnnitic o Ei hoah lifo Messrs Harris have been sold for 3350 and in full even if the receipts of the Exchange certifies that he hnd in Â¬ Department from official records show- Â¬ apples Awfulboor with great condescension j ou gedcr while a number of colts belonging to to other green food however at such em too soon das grcon an ef jer other parties have sold from 200 to tioo Ah I dare say But dont mention fair are small The members of the spected 150 barrels of flour which had ing the amounts expended on our army times green sorghum or corn wil be waits Stonewall Jackson Jr stands full 10 das rotten 3t I pay Capital joke Its only to association will find it to their advant-Â¬ been shipped from a distance in these for each year from 1787 to 1886 ex Â¬ found Hogs are fond of excellent Dofrieit dat praisas yer tor face an hands high beautiful biy color magnifiage to pay an assessment for making paper barrels and had found them to hibits some intcrestinr facts From out the Brown girls you know Har action and shows in the up a deficit rather than have exhibi Â¬ be all sound It generally happens 1780 to 1791 only about 600000 was chewing these stalks swallowing tho talks about ytr when yersgonc puts cent carriage andwell pcrs Pater as stable lot aj does in the tors dissatisfied and complaints made when flour is shipped in wooden bar- Â¬ expended The most expensive year juice and rejecting tho fiber so also mo in mine o do man dat will tell yer fair ringf jut was siredheby Stonewall IMUe Fannie looked intently at He about the non paymont of the premi- Â¬ rels that a quantity of it sifts through was 1865 when our army expenses many weeds are highly relished by de tmf an den steal yer hat Jackson 1st dam Belle bv Messenger Jr her mother for some time Then she swine Amaranth red root pur It aint offen dat er sees or good 2d dam Sallie Cook by Helms Yorkshire Any society can save tho cracks whore tho stives join aud is reached the enormous sum 1030690 said Mother j ou aint a girl are ums promised KY DNflTEKSnr slain pig weed and a number of others pusson come from or j Commercial College LEXINGTON KY money by restricting the number of lost It was found by weighing the 400 We made another spurge three bad famly Its 3d dam Hob Mosbys race mare by Ham No Fanny ynur What--ar- e Green food is an mighty soldum dat yer sec cr rose bletonian Stonewall Jackson bv Wash Â¬ CAeapest prizes in each of the classes Two flour shipped in paper barrels that years after the cfoso of the warin might bo named Best Business Cotieae in the World yen I am a woman You were ington Denmark he by Black Denmark important subject for the consideration growin in er patch o dog fonucl HUAt nor wl C14 IMal rnr m k Ciim premiums are enough to offer for any Â¬ none of it had boon lost in this man Â¬ 1868 and spent over S123000000 girl once werenc you a WrW ExmU1 tor liua r BMk Eerixs ul Yes SOOO Oredaatt la BnlaiM EdeUo Since that date tho expenditures have of breeders and feeders of swine If It peers tor 1110 like happiness is one he by ImpbyHedeford itt dam bv Cru- - CALL AND Fanny Well where is that girl thing as no exhibitor cares for a third ner sador he old Whip Messenger lOTMhr bv uuliwtaeladinc Tmlll 3tfl i udofFmHabort 499 BJm SEE ME Cevne Bmr4 Tho pulp used in tho production of ranged all tho way from f32000000 from no other cause than a hygienic o do accident o dis life Its sorter Young American 1st dam by Jr or fourth prize Some sooiotios have 8toar naw Ohios ftkart Uaari TrycWrltlas Telrsrarb w Mtalan Jt t aeatlaa Int How hluwriifMR4W found out that they can obtain money these barrels is obtainable from any in 1878 to 7S 000000 in 1869 In 1886 one it would pay With a liberal and like good hid yors got tor be built Young America by Fr 1st Young Physician How are yon for paying premiums by diversified system of feeding and at-Â¬ fur it ur it flmraldrea WUbarlSmllXrTu hIrxliizUaKT aintgwinctur stay wid yer dam by old Sweeper a very fast pacer charging adÂ¬ fibrous substance nnd as there is hard Â¬ tho expenditures were 34324 153 tention to the getting on this morning e purity of water tlie hogs Patient I mission to racos occuring bv Downing Boy Messen Â¬ ly a locality where Tlie grand total of money expended in Arkansas Traveler ger 1st dam by Nedley Thus it will be drink and hardly know pretty slow I fancy Y times than when the annualat other stances does not grow some such sub- Â¬ the maintenance of to agricul- Â¬ our armed laud of yards attontion the cleanliness tlie barrels can seen that he has the b ood necessary to P DM yoH take the prescription I tural fair is in progress and sleeping places compara Â¬ forces from 1789 to 1886 is be manufactured almost nay where A printer urrired at Macon Ga Chicago 559419 make him what he is - The great and Oh yes left Y P Foal any Times The bulk of tho wood used for tho man- Â¬ 924 nearly one fourth of which was tively little loss would bo experienced ono day last wcok and for the short successful sire of horses for all purpoes worse from tho maladios that annually deci- Â¬ time No no Y P Decidedly ufacture of barrels is now brought used in 1865 Washington Letter he worked made 7 When he Pastorage for mares at reasonable terrps t All I most change the prescription mate swine Farm Field and Stock- Â¬ drew A young woman of Donvor was from Western Ohio m P S Colts will stand for the season his pay ho found throe tilings bidianaMichigan AmMt married not long ago to a soldier sta- Â¬ and Wisconsin and as tho supply is Season due when mare is parted with Tho most expensive head dross in man Steinway Sons noojssnry to send some of the mouoy tioned at Fort Union N M After the constantly decreasing there tho diffi- Â¬ use in the British arniy an English Before dispoiiug of a cow bo sure to his family to pay his boardand to Modern Conveniences Hazleton Bros he i eturned to his post and culty and expense of We the undersigned have bred to and marriogc which she is not fully up to tho standard If replenish his wardrobe To accompltim- Â¬ writer sn3s is tho bear skin seen the colts of the Aell knowrt horse she resumed her duties as a domestic ber is increasing obtaining the lends such an imposing air to thmem The inventors of three things he started out in Stonrwall Jackson Christie butter is the object it is not the cow ish-tho Iteil yH said Sam Sample the in a Henvor family A few nights ago Jr and it affords bers of the Foot other day to a lawyer friend The sbewhile sitting in tho kitchen was this process for making theso barrels skin helmet cesta Guards Eaoh boar that gives the greater quantity of milk town to see what he could do toward us pleasure to say he is a good breeder Nejy England and at Hifi colt hvf fivn ajsiUflift n irv court house of to day is a great institu Â¬ startled by several distinct raps upon say that tho weeds and rank grasses years Every man 4 9s andlasts six that makes more and better buttor making himself prcscntablo therefore in the than the others Tlie quality of the ono store heuought a pair of shoes particular a number of them have deicl 1 and Other PianO which grow on the meadows lying beÂ¬ Palaco Steamers Law Bates tion tho window Looking up she saw the tween Jersey City and Foot Guards is provided with head goar milk should bo opetl fi Joar Trtpa pr Week Samoa Newark N J considered as well as and a pair of socks for thirty five won well as combined mttnals and have r Of course it is assented the law face of her husband peering at her premiums in DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND vil produce an excellent puln for this at an annual cost of 14t lOd Next iu the cost of tho product in care and cents at anorJicr store he bought a Peter the Gentry Gram live show rings yer but what particular point do yon Running to the door opening it T ille Cecil Chas T and purpose ami that thus these J expense comes the feather bonnet of foed coat vest ami pants of midsummer Wortfcingten Thos Troy Times Cottage Organs refer to now D English William Chicago Ct Oair Oaklaad Bssm KutaTli calling she found no one on the out waste tanus may oe made practically tho Highlanders which costs 2 9s 33 pattern for 1 15 making the cost of Rue productive Wiry right over here in tills room side and then she fainted Speckled tfout served cold with the entire outfit 1 50 Smx Waek Day Between The sequel and profitable The cost of manufac Â¬ and lasts eight years at an expense of is where yeu gat your marriage licen Â¬ is that she has recci cd a telegram THOS B WAtiKER BROS DETROIT AND CLEVELAND lettuce and Maj bnnaise dressing is 9s 3J1 for each jentv turing the paper barrels is no greater PIAS0S AND OftUASFOR REST CpeaUt Sunday Hlga dnriagJtafraBAaxiat ses and o er yonder just a few steps said by a Bostominun to bo worthy tho setting that her husband bad died at than that of making the wooden In a Western town there is a feÂ¬ aplsotf arti Â¬ is the divoice court That is What I Union just about the hour Rent applied as pattipjmeat Our Illustrated Pamphlets attention of those who know a good male dentist As she is young and when she cle and with the jutentcl mK hinc it Tho victim in tho call a courthouse with all the modern I saw IIC frtst Write For Trices at MA rawlAar Chir o qo is said that tuo men cm prxiucc C09 Imt quite sure whether dentists chair tiling when they taste it Tho dish is good looking there is not a young Snlulnris Wttter brought direct from Terms coavenicncies hes in favor particularly palatable along about niid man in thcvilUgewho now has Merchant Travcltr c Bk whitco p A Herald a tooth bt CJair Springs Blich Jtept only barrels in a day Y Y TnLunt LUKE U AtLLWARD oHho long haul or tho s hort html Dstreft CleeJMd Sleaw Nv Ce tught Jn hb had 1 by 8 aniio V MairvSt Lexington Ky 0 HtiHliCCr MTBOiT MICH MANAGEMENT OF FAIRS THE SHAHS REVENUE How the Funds for the Support of Per Â¬ RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Bishep Hare has confirmed 13000 Indians during kis episcopate Mrs Emma P Ewing has accepts ed a professorship in Ferdue University Lafayette Ind where 6he Trill teach household science The Karon Theological Seminary at Rangoon has just graduated nine young men who immediately entered the ministry among their people Always be ready in time for church If vou do not respect yourself sufli to he punctual respect the feel- Â¬ ings of other people Our Country crtly four-year-o- ld or FISH AS BRAIN FOOD A Popular Theory Completely Demolished by Frofiuior Atwater Evon if fish were richer in phos Â¬ phorus than meats or other this would not establish its superiority for tho nutrition of tho brain or the production of intellectual onergy But thoro is no proof of any ospocial abundanco of phosphorus in tho flesh of our ordinary food fishes differing in no important degreo from thoso which havo been found to occur in tho flesh of tho other animals used for the food of man Perhaps some of tho readers of this will put me down for an iconoclast as did a most highly esteemed friond who bade me with all candor and seri- Â¬ ousness to hawarc of thus ruthlessly attempting to uproot an old and im Â¬ portant belief But possibly they will have the charity to luave me a huniblo place in their consideration if I add that there is after all a way In which fish may make a very useful part of the diet of brain workors Physiologists tell us that tho way to provide for tho welfare of the brain is to sec that tho rest of tho body is in good order that in other words tho old proverb of a sound mind in a sound bodjT is sound doctrine And they are gotting to toll us further that one way in which brain work is hin doied is by bad dietary habits as for instance overloading tho digestive organs by taking too much food Of the vice of over eating a vice which we Amereans by no means monopo- Â¬ lize a considerable part in this coun-Â¬ try at least a nd I think in England and among well-to-d- o people on tho Continent of Europe also is the vice of fat eating Wo are a race of fat eaters If any one doubts this I think Statistics will convince him unless ho is ready to deny the practically un- Â¬ animous testimony of such facts as 1 have beon ablo to gather It conies about very naturally nnd is really duo td the fertility of dur Soil the conad quent abundance of food and tho toothsomenoss of food materials rich in fatty matters The result of this is that the quantity of fat in the average Americans dietary is very large indeed mainly because of tho large amounts oL meats butter and lard consumed and is far in excoss of tli8 demands of his bod unless lid id engaged in very severe muscular work or oxposed to extreme cold or both For people with sedentary occupations including the majority of this simply moans charging tho organism with the burden of gotting rid of an excess of material This ex Â¬ cess the plrysiologiss and physicians assure us is d ctrimontal Tho flesh of fish contains loss fat than ordinary meatsi Sonic kinds like saiuloll mackerel tVhitd fiSh anit shad arc quite fat but the flesh of cod had- Â¬ dock bass blue fish perch flounder indeed the majority of our most com- Â¬ mon food fishes has extremely little of fatty and oily mattors Now it seems to me very reasonable to assume that brain workors and other people who do not have a great deal of muscular exercise may very advantage Â¬ ously substitute fish in the place of a portion of the meat which they would otherwise consume I am very well aware that such hygienic advice might conic more appropriately from a physi Â¬ cian than from a chemist aud am therefore glad to be able to quote from no loss an authority than Sir Henry Thompson who urges the value of fish to tho brain worker on the ground that it contains in smaller proportion than meat thoso materials which taken abundantly demand much physical labor for thoir complete con- Â¬ sumption and which without this pro- Â¬ duce an unhealthy condition of the body more or less incompatible with the easy and active exercise of the func- Â¬ tions of tho brain Perhaps I ought to add that the studies of tho constitution of the flesh of lish in this laboratory as well as similar investigations elsewhere show that so far as the mitritive qualities are concernod tho only considerable difference between fish and ordinary moats is in the proportion of oily aud fatty matters and water Tho flesh of tho fish has water where meats have IK O Atwater in Century fat food-materia- ls brain-workers THE ART OF PUOWING Slost- - SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD FOUND CSH Dissolution Notice le ESEP COOL Â¬ DYKES J D ii is North Second Street GROCERIES Confectioneries pO Canned Goods Green and Dried Frmitj P Spring Saddles and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Strictly 1I Business M exican u LStrictly CASH Basis a The host goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash mimen - A TRIAL m M BARLOW lj lata Bonds I Meal and Coal WHEAT LIQUOR Â¬ 1 IF A D RUFF -- Whalebone Horn DOUGLAS IWcliiabr SETTING Bamberger SCo REPAIRIlffG D3 Tlie Bntclier Sttsalss I mnEBFIBD Pork Sausage Whiskies and Mutton Brandies E d K Wines S P A Cigars c S R I at Stonewall Jackson Jr First RichmondKy H d P BUR ROOM R dt S P too-lon- WHISKIES BEANDIES CIGAES ETC Hand tfmj1 tH ct Sl in er P da CT te Constantly ton da rrl II Wake-up-Jak- e John IVTcKenna O di A Wake-up-Jak- Pianos and Organs St W dx m MACKINAC Summer Tours Rt an da -- -J i to ad wB r atiKu-