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Prmt ShoWs through lit j if rUi -- jwjW 4 J J t 8 1kJ I I I I 1 tsk 188T pi NUMBER 6 VOLUME ttmUSIIED I TIMS OP HOLDING COMMON rUSAS COURT Firht Monday in January 15I MbhdaV RICHMOND QAxfuM MVTATUS MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY frank bit of brutality was a blow be Â¬ tween the eyes of his own party what some of us would call a dead give- Â¬ away From 1837 to 1S37 the popula Â¬ tion of England increased 83 per cent and that of Scotland 60 per cent while the population of Ireland suffered the startling decline of iOiwr dent From a iMirrtilHiioii of ft000000 people in isfa 1 here wab n iIeCYeftse to 4750000 in 1S87 The rate of decay is now increasing and in the next deeaile or at most quarter century England expects to have tho soil of Ireland utterly free of the Hibernian race and opening up a new parfllie for the expansion of the English To this end the Government is Systematically making Ireland as hot as poalble to the Irish and is cveu paying out her dearly loved money to aid in their deportation THE KIIODK IgluiXD Boston tost A SXIIIB JULY 27 THE CLIMAX EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE HMittft in June and 3rd MonJny in October TO FLOR1UK TIME Ot ll01DIG CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday m March and Septcm- - Wc arc drifting far apart -Co Swiftly with lifes fleeting tide TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY All thatibound us heart to heart SIHCB PER TEAK 200 COUNTY COURT Has long since forever died FRENCH TIPTON Quarterly Court fourth Monday in Wsu G WHITE f Editors January April July and the 2nd Mon day Sweetly were our spirits dreaming in October Of ific Wfss that was to 1 County Court of Claims 2nd Monday LOCAL DIRECTORY Bui tuose Joys that bright were seeming in July County 1 Court first Monday 1ft each In this world can never be LODGE DIRECTORY month time ott Holding city court MASONIC We must parti yes and forever First Saturday in every month Richmond Lodge No 35 meets 2nd Now must break each tender tie COUNTY OFFCKRS and 4th Tuesday in each month Till wc meet bcyondthe river County Judge J C Chtnault J SPEED SMITH W M I will say 0 you County Clerk Thomas Tharpe B JNcwtoN Secretary County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deaiheragc X A again well meet aa lovers Richmond R A Ghapter No 16 Jailor George V Maup Tuesday in each month meets srd While we drift on lifes dark sea Coroner AleScahder Norris W F FRANCIS H P Surveyor B h Crooke Tfti our forms its water covers D P Armer Secretary Assessor John W McPherson You will neer drift nearer me rMpt 1ublc ScoIs Mr Amanda t RICHMOND COMMAXDKRY NO 19 Million Please return each lilllc teke Regular meeting first Tuesday in each CITY OFFICERS k month Visiting Sir Knights arc couite I return your plighted heart tJJugiHC Rice endy invited to attend J SPEED City Attorney AJ Rc6d Now our youthful love is broken SMITH Eminent Commander City CclIeclOr RVA Barlow And were drifting far apart IX P Armer Recorder City Clerk RGDunn Wiliielm CITYTOLICE Madison Lodce No i8 at Kirksville McKec Ky J D Fceney andj A Mershon meets Saturday evening before the full moon in everjr MoritK CITY COUNCIL OPINIONS Of OTHBli Bblf 0l T B SHANKS W M J D Mitchell Mayor M-- Smith Secretary J - First Ward J Stone Walker A QUESTION OF DOLLAIIS AND CUNTS Second WArdG W Evans Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Tfcird Ward Pwen McKcc New York Evening Pot weete Saturday evening before the full t ourtli Ward J W Caperton The Presidents letter withdrawing vmxm In every month JUSTICE OF THE TEACE CONSTABLES AND Ins acceptance ol the Invitation to visit JAMES M UOEN W M PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING 8t Lolils during the Grand Army En Â¬ J C Witt Secretary COURT campment in that city has produced a Waco Lodge No i at Waco meets MONTH FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND seusatiou iu nil parts of the coilntryi 4M1 Stterday fa every month VJtOVEMIWK and has uhtjuestloiiHuiy slrtinglhlsneii D G MARTIN W M W T Fielder Secretary RichmondDistrict No t D P Armer the Jiosithm which lie tools when life at Court House 3rd Wednesday Win John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Willis at Court House 1st Saturday vetoed the Dependent Pension Bill It would be ati entire mistake to snpio e Union City meets 3nd Saturday in every Lj man Parrish Constable month Foxtown District NH S G B Million that the recent battle flug order wasthe JOHN HILL W M at Kings Stonei 3rd Monday Richmond cause of the savage hostility which bus Jotin G Taylor Secretary Kanatsar in Buffalo school home 4th broken out here and there iu Grand Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Saturday J S Chenault Constable town meets 3rd Saturday in every month Union District No 3 Alburtees Parke Army circles against the President SANTFORD OLDHAM W M at Union City 1st Saturdav John A That order was seized with avidity as Turpin at Doylesville and Saturday R the occasion for the three kinds cf Jacob H Shearer SetreUry N Lanter Constable palsy as Gen 2Ccwton Impjiily ptits Berea Lodge Elliston District No 4 Win Benton 617 at Beiei meets Wtt M ADAMS W M at Waco 2nd Saturday John W it but the teal ciirse was the pension Mooresat Waco 3rd Saturday Carles Veto it is a question of dollars and J C DAVt Secretary Oldham Constable cents that stands between the implacn Yates District No J T J Coyle at bles and I 0 0 F ihe President It is this which Leeland D Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Kingston 4th Saturday has interupted the harmony of the St Maupin at Speedwell 3rd Wednesday meets every Mondav night at their Hall George Young Constable Louis celebration Nor is this the last on Main Street W B WHITE N G Glade District No 6 James M Wood that we shall hear of it A new In Â¬ Frazee Secretary at Bcrca jrd Saturdav Tnhn R Ral dependent pension bill In substantially Boone Encampment N6 40 meets everv loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday the same fui m as the vetoed measure first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows iv u oauaru consume I Kirksville District No 7 J McCotton has been brewing 11 all the ikisIs ami Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv has beth unproved by many of them R A BARLOW C P -- j at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander Ray at Kirksville3rd Saturday J M since I J r razes benbe the adjournment of Congress It Fowler Constable Pooscy Disliict No 8 J X Hendren wilt be introduced and piiihed with all Richmond Uniform Degree eCamp No at Cottons SlorertlMontnv Wm A pos sible vigor next winter It issnfe to 3 meets second Thursday in each tnonth 1Charialer at ReaganSStorc 3rd Frida- - say however that its momentum will at Odd Fellows Hall pS DCarpenterColicctor J C CHENAULT Captain he somewhat lessened by the St Louis Million District No 9 J M Long at I J Frazee Clerk Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A B Ncw incident The people are as the event by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday proves extremely sensitive to the dig- Â¬ KMGHTS OP HONOR James A Harvey Constable nity of the Presidential office and very Amity Lodge No 515 K of II meets sure to resent any insult ollereJ to the every Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 oclock cls person who represents it for the time J L ASHBAUGH Dictator being He stands for the dignity of the James Tevis Reporter nation as a whole and this is of much CHURCH DIRECTORY fSTOKFICE Alulii street two doors more consequence to them than pension nbove tsecoml bills or any other matter of dollars and BAPTIST cents C MORGAN D D S Carre Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday e and Sanday Pattor Rev Wiliam Ru -WHAT TO DO WITJt IJAllEIt nard OFFICE Main street over Madl Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and fcon National Bank Richmond Ky Courier Joarni Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Mr Harper that piomiueiit busi Â¬ Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding M POYNTZ DR ness man of the Fidelity Rank who Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribblc AND SURGEON Sanator Sherman promised would go Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday PHYSICIAN Pastor T L Lawson OFFICE Second street over Madi- Â¬ out of business should a Democratic Ad- Â¬ Kirksville Brick Church Saturday son County Drug Store ministration be elected will probably nd Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames not resume busiuess until a Republican Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday G EVANS M D Administration comes iu again Busiand Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Rev ness men of Mr Harpers stripe have a Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and OFFICE Second street over Madi- Â¬ way of flourishing under Republican Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each son County Drugstore we Meanwhile Administrations Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd would suggest to Cinolmiati that DR TAYLOR Saturdav and Sunday and 4U1 Sunday Louisville has a brand new gallows Pastor Rev E H Burnam Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery in perfect working order and will Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday RICHMOND KY gladly lend it to the Ohio authorities Pastor Rev B S Hunting OFFICE Kecond stieet over Madi Â¬ or to the Fidelitys depositors as the Union 1st Saturday and following Sunson County Drifg Store day Pastor Rev John G Pond proper medium of couducting business Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday with Mr Harper Pastor Rev J A James DR JOHN M Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ MAIN STREET day Pastor Rev PRESIDENT CLEVBIjAXD Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Charleston News and Courier vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday Mr Cleveland was chosen In the first in each month At it oclock A M and DR U C AMBROSE also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday instance over a formidable competitor Pastor Elder M Campbell when the country had no knowledge FORD KY CATHOLIC great Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af- Â¬ of his rare ability to discharge the Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun Â¬ ternoon Boards at Mr J C Lnckeys public trust confided to him He was days id A M Pastor Rev I ather without experience In the office to Haley Hardin W Bright A M M D which he was elected and this was DISCIPLES OF CHRIST urged against him with full force and PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding effect The same argument can not be RICHMOND KY Saturday J C Walden 5th Sunday OFFICE Second street over Madi used again He has justified the faith Eld J W Harding Glade 4U1 Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ fou County Drug Store reposed in him before trial by a record day Elder Colier is well nigh unassailable He has I Kirksville and preceding am want it distinctly understood that I that and Sunday the only one in liiclimond that un- Â¬ lost no whit of the qualilications that Saturday Joseph Ballew derstands the thorough use of the 1 Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and Microscope and Chemistry as applied elected him the first time lie has added preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 f to examinations of tissues and fluids to them daily by the fruits of study and A M Pastor Elder B C Hegeman is vastly stronger than and of the human body I only mentionÂ¬ experience and Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays this for honest protection My signa- he was when he was matched against Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday L ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ Hie strongest and ablest leader iu the Reynolds 23ruclIy Richmond Services every Sunday at tion Republican Party Sunday school 11 A M and 715 P M A M Wednes- Â¬ Prayer meeting at 930 PARRISH THE SOLID SOUTH day evenings 715 W D MxClintock Pastor Now York Evening Tost Attorneys At Law Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ What keeps the South solidly RICHMOND KY day asks the Detroit Democratic to dai White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday L H Special attention given to abstracting The Tribune a Republican orgau Reynolds titles to lauds iu Eastern Kentucky Â¬ EPISCOPAL Clijiax building S E fact that the Republicans still deOffice in unless Richmond Protestant Services every Corner Main and Second Streets up nounce Southerners as rebels Sunday at iz A M and at 8 P M stairs they vote the Republican ticket has during the summer months Friday at 8 more to do with it than anything else P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard abuse BURNAM As long as the Republicans Climax Feinting 1 godd-hyfe- V IU1V Constitutional Prohibition having completed a full years trial in Rhode Island an eflort is now being made to sum up the results attained by reports as to the operation or the experiment in the dlflersnt parts of the State Thews re ports which are published a considera Â¬ ble length in the Providence Journal foim an interesting serial story of fee- Â¬ ble ellort and conspicuous failure which is of value as a warning rather than as an example The most noticeable fea ture or this statistical showing is the evidence which it gives of a steady beckoning of purpose on the part of those haVing the execution of the law in charge aiid kVorroSondiug inbreaee of boldiie oil the part ul violators ol ttie law The cfleclj which has al- Â¬ ready been noticed of a relapse after the novelty of the situation was worn off now becomes more marked as the range of comparison is widened Â¬ Â¬ V THE SOUTHERN EXPOSITION - io The Southern exposition opening August 27th and closing Ootober 22nd will be held at Louiayillp under excep Â¬ tionally favorable conditions The at- Â¬ tention of the world is now directed to the extraordinary development of the new South which has created new demands atul fceto opportunities ami presented an almost ie- - lieltl for capi Â¬ indutry and enterprise The tal Southern Exposition will fully illustrate the let ourcvsand needs of this section on a grand scale in what will be the only Exposition iu the South in 1SS7 held in a city noted for salubrity beauty and hrosperliy atul conspicu- Â¬ ous for its convenient accessibility from all parts of the country The exhibition will beheld at the most favorable season of the year and on a convenient location within the city iu the largest building in the world exhibition Louisville is the largest city south of the Ohio river with the exception of New Orleans situated exactly in the center of what is known as the middle section of the country and on tho bor- Â¬ der of the southern half of this section Louisville has the peculiar advantage oDtaving within the sweep of a radius of three hundred miles over eleven millions of people The exposition to be held at this center of industry pro- Â¬ duct and population will attract a vast number of visitors from the South who will look for di play8 of Northern man- Â¬ ufactures and machinery while visitors from the Nortli and East desirous of Â¬ LJ f ATwliktSiLurib7Drj5rsi Proiessional Cai J 1 J W Â¬ T J Â¬ FOSTER conveniently acquainting themselves witli the new condition of things in this section will naturally stoj here and will expect to witness a full ex- Â¬ hibit of the resources products and attractions of the South This combination of the material interests of the Northern and Southern people each inspiring with a desire to learn what one has that the other wants promises to make the Southern Exposition of 1SS7 at Louisville the most successful exhibition yet held by this famous institution Iu order to accomplish the purpose of bringing as many persons together as possible for the benefit of exhibitors the price of admission lias been fixed at twenty five cents with- Â¬ out any reduction iu the interest and cost of the special attractions that have given to the Southern Exposition the character of being the most entertain Â¬ ing Exposition In the country Â¬ Â¬ Tko Saviour Sued TURNER Perhaps the only instance on ree oid where a suit was ever tiled against the Saviour of the world occured iu Kaiisas Before the present city of St John was ever thought of a small settlement of Mormons was made on its side The place was called Zioua valley Oue JaeobBitIer built a Nor- Â¬ man church which was deeded to Jesus Christ A lien was retained for the cost of construction witli tiiat the members of the church would pay It oil This was not done and the grantor brought suit against the grantee obtained judg- Â¬ ment and sold the church for the debt all of which appeared on record The building was afterwards moved to front public square of St John and now serves for two flourishing busiuess houses Ifthere are any iustanoea where the saviour has been sued as a non resident we have failed to discover the records Perhaps this may not hove been a sarcrlleglaus suit after all Normans make use of this sacred name without any authority whatever Homo Jour- Â¬ nal Among the Northern Lakes A fine looking volume of a thousand or more page entitled the History of Kentucky lies Ik fore us It Is neatly nnd erbstMntially bound and printed 011 nice smooth paper Die book Is illustrated anil that In an at iraltiVe wny The tltU page reads A hi tory of the Slate embracing a concise account of the origin and de- Â¬ velopment of the Virginia colony its exaision westward and the settle- Â¬ ment of the frontier beyond the Alle glianlw the erection of Kentucky as an independent State ami Its subse Â¬ quent development by V H Ierriii J H Battle and G C kullftn Fourth edition Publise1 by F A Realty A Co Chicago The concise account above referred to is well done and oc- Â¬ cupies 850 pages Then follows several chapters oh the war in Kentucky which is at iuoit only falrio mldlin The battle of Richmond is put on the 31st of August when it ought to be the 30th The Federal troops are made to eneouuler and repulse the Confederates at point four miles from Richmond wbsli they niet six iniUa from itieh tuuhd and the Confederates Were sig- Â¬ nally successful from the first gun to the last The number of men engaged is not mentioned nor is any tiling eaid about the killed aud wounded sAveoTolie regiment The names of numerous Federal brigades and regi Â¬ ments are given but not ft word is sawl as to the make up of the Confederate During Morgans first raid side through Ifenttteky the men from Mad Â¬ ison who joined him are made to do so at Winchester which they did not How many more mistakes occur we know not for we have hot eulnhared the war sketch with stahihirtt history The chapter on Intellectual Develop Â¬ ment of the Stale is interesting and we hope correct us alno that on Re- Â¬ cent Growth and Promises for the The sketches of the One Future Hundred and Eigheen Counties and there are one iiimdted aud nine- Â¬ teen counties ar i meagre and unsatisfactory Fur instance In the sketch of Madison county MhJ 0 Turner who Va fourteen years in the legislature and one ot the States most noted law- Â¬ yers is not mentioned nor is Hon John White Speaker of the 25th Con Â¬ gress nor Addison Congressman Whit- nor Ed W Turner Grand Master of Kentucky and Speaker of the nor D House of Representatives Waller Chenault Colonel of the 7th Kentucky C S A Others of equal promiuehtJe and importance are omit Â¬ ted and Judge Daniel Biecks name is simply mentioned among the promiYet twenty lines each are nent men given to a sketch of Col John Speed Smith Gen C M Clay Christopher and William Irvine and Kit Carson Thus the entire list of counties is writ- Â¬ ten up omitting some of the most dis- Â¬ tinguished men for instance James B Beok W C P Breckinridge John G Carlisle and J C S Blackburn So much for the history proper Aud now conies the ridiculous phase and it consumes one third of the book It is Sketches Biographical entitled These sketches relate exclusively to men who iwul fur their sketches or bought i IkjoK or dkl both We cau see 110 objection to a 11104 est and accu- Â¬ rate biographical sketch even of an But among the obscure person sketches In question the widest diver Â¬ sity prevails A few are good but many others are too mHlest while a large number are folnouie in the ex- Â¬ treme These book patrons were al Â¬ lowed to write their own biographies or have them written by some one else or allow it to be done by the canvasser for the book The most obscure mi uutia are sometimes inserted as in the instance of one man who had a horse thought to be worth 3600 and a j ick worth probably S900 The Madison comity patrons of the book as gathered from the sketches aic M Barlow L H Bltuiton J W Caperton John Bennett Joe S Bnggs Joe S Bronston James H Hogg John C Chenault Silas T Cobb N B Deatheraue G W Evans A T Fish Wm Gibson F M Green John D Harris M J Heath Win LHoek udy Win Jennings Joseph Fox town JHies S M Letcher W R MeCreary G W Letcher J B Win II Hubert Miller Maupin Miller T S Moberley Sanford Old ham John D Parke K D Parnsh Thomas Phelps J M Toyntz W P Prewitt D G Slaughter A W Smith S II Stone W T Tevis Thomas Thorite J Stone Walker R J White J B Willis Besides those are a few former citizens of the pounty among whom are B J Piiikerton Green Clay Smith Sam F Eaibry Wm E Thumas Wherritt A T Walker Stephenson and W C Montgomery Â¬ 1 the five years from 1852 to 1S67 inclu- Â¬ sive that the consumption of riplriis e decreasing while that of beer is in Â¬ creasing aud that there Is a reduced use of wine as a beverage During lie says this period the consump Â¬ tion of etlee has risen from S 2 10 per capita to 0 11 100 tmomk Do not theoe facts show that life miklcr stim Â¬ ulants are driving oitt their fiery eom And is It tnt due to the lietitors growing agitation of the temperance question Mr Barrett says the uholeswle cost of the liquors for which the retailers is receive seven hundred millions not more than three hundred million dollars He makes a brief calculation of the cost of II Juors as compared with that of foor clothing and shelter reaching the conclusion that 1h American people expend from twelve to seventeen dollars Air the neee-sa-liowt named to every dollar FOLLOW THE CROWD THIS WEEi Low Prices will Astonish Yod RAMSEY Proprietors rng9wowgegigiw rwut nirllqW M jd OLDHAM Busy Ike Cash Store Kirfi James A Webb of Ne Toritj one of the largest dealers in liquor in furnishes a state- Â¬ the United Slate ment to the effect that only ten per Cenl of the distilled spirits consumed in his country Is used medicine ami manufacturing purposes ninety per cent being used as a beverage From a table covering the five years euding witli 1885 it is learned that the consumption of distilled spirits per capita has steadily increased in K ranee from 01 gallons to 132 gallons that it was varied iu this country between oue and forty six One hundredths in 1383 and one and tw hty fotir hundredths gallons hi 1S4 ami ISo5 that ihe United Kingdom consumes a little more than a gallon per capita and that the consumption in Germany has de Â¬ creased froiri one and tlihty two hun Â¬ dredths in 1S81 to one and fourteen hundredths in 13Sd FVntice during the same period increased her wine consumption from eighteen and a half to nearly thirty seven gallons while this country and the United Kingdom beginning with less than half a gallon per head show a slight falling otf In the matter of beer consumption during this period the United Slates insrearwl her average from a little less than ten to a little more than eleven gallons the United Kingdom held lier own at about thirty three gallons and Ger Â¬ many did the same at about twenty three gallons Associated Press Dis pateli A Victim of Wall Street Work is In progress on the old build- Â¬ ing 224 to 22S West Green street for-Â¬ merly Merzs Architectural Iron Works It will be turned into a livery stable and occupied by J T Barnelt In 1S00 F W Merz an intelligent German and skilled workman m Iron came to Louisville from one of the lion manufacturing districts of Prusiia lie at once began tile manufacture of iron in a small way He lived over his shop aud made aud put up railing grating etc The war cjtue ami his buiines having eniargil as he got several good Govern men t contract he hid already been forced to Hud a oiwc outside the shop Next he bought the carpenter shop anil fie barber shop that stood by him aud built extensions to the shop Then he bought tlie two resMdicea east of him and put up more buildings His new lots extended back to tlte alley Mid in the rear lie built pattem rooma etc His buwinesti all the time tloorkb ilg and he sot contracts for work all through the city Hundreds of Iron gutter tops running across the side of iron door steps aud of Valks olunius supporting nod adorning the fronts of business lwwses bear his name He was a well known and in ls llticiitia citizen and had many from the city The works were iinaliy ineorMrated under the name of The Merz Architectural Ironworks a id Mr Thomas J Wood now of the Louisville Safety Vault and Trust Com-n-ti- iy war secretary and Treasurer Jn 1873 Mr Merss eyes began to trouble him and he went to Now York tc have them t rented While there he bt came interested in stock speculations 01 Wall street Finding he oould make money there he leased the Atuudery to Mr Wood forJBOOOayear and went with his wife to live permanently at the Grand Central Hotel in New York while ho engaeed wholly hi Meek spec- Â¬ ulation on Wall street Ho made money rapidly at Hrat Un one occa Â¬ sion w hile on a visit here he showed a friend hi whnte office he happened to open hw mail a check for 15000 just received and made on a single turn in the mat ket One year he made 00000 to 70000 He told this to Mr M r uldoon while vkitiu him hi New York Merz you liave plenty of money new was the reply Youd better stop aud go back to Leufcville with m Pshaw answered Mr Merz I can make as much money here in a year as 1 eoul In Louisville in n cen- Â¬ tury I have only just begun 1 laugh at myself when I look back upon my past life and tiiiuk of my running all ov4r the country to get a liltfe railing to put up and make 15 or 52i on the coti-ti-ie- II fr liackelford Gentry Co AEE HEADQUARTEPxS FOll All lands of HAPwDWAPwE STOVES and TIN WAEj Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies HooSg fsrutf eiing and all kircds of Irln and Sheei Aroj Work Done in the mesi WorlimanliJke Manner noisrsi but best of wok smsis eivxfigEe3i1 the IXj Call and Examine our Stock before Mnyiuf We Can Please Yon E Y f work warranted Farming Implement Known To The Tra WIGGINS A F EIIE i WIGGINS S Jbl Ji G K a rr oTi in nn i inn vrnTrrG a j j 4 sa j j WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Guilders3 Hardware and jBnildiiig Materia Kept in the county ami will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion ai en We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give yom the best ami m- job you can get anywhere We carry 1 large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLA1L r not delay your work We also carry a nic line of Which we warrant for one year be ides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Jar Ion I Farm Wagons ed Strippers Mowers Twine Binder Cultivators Grain Drills Ac IXm GOT BEIaSI GOGK STOVES and RANGEi se IRON MANTELS AND GRATES liLVSmiSG POWDER JLTSF DYfAMITEi 1111 FIRE BRICK AND W T EDWARD The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a fi line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods are the best ai his prices the lowest - RUMS STARTL1N0 UKCORD Southerners that Isevery Southerner who does not vote the Republican tieket as unfit to hold office as Senator Sherman did in lib Springfield speech with the hearty approval of rastor such organs as the Detroit Tribune College Hill M E South 2nd SunJ A SULXIVAN the South will continue solidly Demo day miming and night Prayer meeting ererr alternate Wednesdar imcht sun cratic The break will never come dar school ererr Sunday morning D until Northern Republicans admit that KENTUCKY RICHMOND H Marrimon Pastor Kirksville S W Peepler oijFirft street same as Damocratio rebels1n the South have OFFICE H B formerly occupied by County Judge as many rights as Republican rebels Providence every Sunday oct6 ly Cockrell Miller like Mahone and Mosby Richmond South Services everySun ec diy at AM and 7 PM Rev WJ E Xaaw- 1st Colleee Hill Centenary M E Sunday morning and 4U1 Sunday mornRICHMOND KENTUCKY ing and night Prayer meeting every alA R Bur- Â¬ OFFICE with U F ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Eld J F Gridcr nam on First Street Â¬ Â¬ METHODIST Attorney at E T KushsIi Â¬ Â¬ kjSttorixey at Xaaw Armer Pastor Bethel it PRESBYTERIAN Sundays Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Rev Wm Crow Richmond South Services every Sun Prayer davnA M and l P M Pastor meeting every Wednesday night Rev H Glass Richmond North Services 11 A M and 3 P M Pastor Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ days MADISOX COUNTY DMECTORY CIRCUIT COUKT Meeting House 2nd and 5th Attorney atKYIara RICHMOND J JOE SBRONSTON IIKNKY AVAHD BBECIIHIlS HATS XAttor jiey Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons ton Master Commissioner J R Burnam 4 Clerk W H Miller COMMON Jlntter anil Farrier Mr Beeoher always wore a soft fur Office on Second street next door to hat with wide brim He never vaiied Garnett Houe the style to any great exteut One day he went into a store iu Brooklyn and Ti SCOTT found a new style of hat He tried one This will do Mild uie on and said of them There is no ue homes RICHMOND ICY The hats buying one hat at a time Ollice 011 Second Street were sent with the bill When Mr Btechers fiugul wife received the bill and the package she immediately re turned live of the hats and asked lor a RICHMOND KY corrected bill Office on Secoud Street at Saw Xaara Attorney at A CSPOWELL J REED FLEAS COURT XtaiTSi tAtt OJneXT atani adjoining f Will nrnndca In Madison THE iniHIL Coatler Jutirnal udgeT I1 T 1 taster Commissioner Clerk W H Miller Scott acou That wiii a capital hit of Lord Balls bury theT6ryPremier when he said counties ana In the Court of Appeals were merely a burden Master Commissioners that the Irish Office ir Tilts some engagement upot tho soil office office overibircuit Clerks of Wisconsin Minnesota and Iowa are hundreds of delighted places where one can pass the summer months In quiet rest and enjoyment and return home at the end of the heated term com- Â¬ Each recurring pletely rejuvenated season brings to Oeoiiomnwoc Wjtu kesha Beaver Dam Fronteuac Oko boji Mlnnetonka White Bear and In numerable other charming localities with romantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason and Dixons line Elegance and comfort at a moderate cost can be readily obtained A list of summer homes with all necessary In- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distriouted by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway and will be sent frte upon application by letter to A V H10rpeiiler General Passenger Agent tf Milwaukee Wis of the Ardent Drank in 1SS6 to farm s Oraat Lake Twenty or more page of the quarter- Â¬ ly report of Col Switsler the Jhief of Bureau uf Statistics just out are de Â¬ voted to the eonsnmpUoii of distilled and es Â¬ am mult liquors and iine timates made by reeogniaed authorities are given upon various features of this subjeek fn round numbers the con Â¬ sumption of distilled spirits domestic and imparted in this ecuntry is shown to have Increased from 43000000 al lous in JS40 to 72000000 in 1SS0 of wines from 4808000 gallons to 220C0 000 aud or malt liquon front 23000 000 toG420O0000 gallons The com suptlon per capita during the same peiiod decreased as regards distilled spirits from about two mid a half gal ions to uuout one anil a quartergallons and in creased as regards Wine from 29 lOOth to 38 100ths Qidions and malt liquors from lees than due and a half KhIIoiis to urerethau eleven gallons An elaborate statement made by Mr F N Barrett editor of the New York tirooer by request of tiie chief or the vlllch sets forth bureau is Jtivuii among other things tjat the present average expenditure Jn this country pt r annum for malt ittid spirituous li- Â¬ quors and teer atietai is 700000000 The drink hg population is estimated tn Up in lvti 14evjiT makibg the aerage wspenUitunj jidr capita Mr Barrett shows bjfl tabjeewvering NEW tot MM QTJEEST AND 0HESCE3FT EOUT Omcinnati Southern and As30ciat3 Reads QUICKEST MOST DIRECtTaND FAVORITE LTNE TO WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO trade that we lmvea large and well selected line of WE New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanoo Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the joh Mr John G Biuret r of the Citizens National lljuk also once tried to Mr Merz to return to IouIsvilIe wlIle he still had fortune but without suvcess Tlie next heard of Mr Mere hero was that he had been scooped an j his money was gone Iu order to retrieve Ids fortune Mens returned to Louisville aud raised moue at the Citizens National Hank by a mortgago on Jus foundry He was agalit warned ttit it wasttiu mistake of hi life to cortinue speculation bat he would hesr no advlee H returned to New and duinpted this motley too With ruin before him aud tile all to bej ln over again bin reason guve way In JS83 he Wm placed iu a private mad hopse iu Sixty seventh street New Yok fcoon after he was brought to tht asylum at A neon rase ami tlfere diif1 a little norw than two years ago His wife weut to the Masonic Wid ow and Orphan Home were she wi cared tut until her death last ptr-su-n- de CLOTHING PriiciiMFoiiilSuOitlilastaiiflSoiitli TILE SOTJTHEPtN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC th Imrortaot Litlrt of Ihe MiMttli wltboat cbaBge RlNMIXO THKOUltH fARS fe 0AU tilmi HATS TRUNKS Eta iu which you can ilnd the aiornins and Ni lit TrainsuSSTSStwtTl r UlUy illUC TWKNTY EMJHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE ll SnOiMfll loir BufM Car tuKl tnUnwa UraadiXBtral UnlouTpot la utucinaab pacsoara bohllaff Urtsct taerotes sarcrf trantor aeiws tho and are asw4 a low jr alWnUeU oam tan and oanvouloaw Ncaily All Jfclic Leading Railroads aUdc Kfliipn HMtrtw kinds irVii11 wouLQiTBrSDCRiwcKjiT mMmr--UPinati Psiac BoflM atper Hil Ttra have ar Wa4e Room of Slerp t fottero e w v s u Yk r BEST GOOBS LATEST STYLES ANtt raiB LOWEST PRICES We do net hltmd to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we wilt givejou lull value tor every Miar in vetJ witli U and we urje you to give Quail early call Tnivel Tii- Queen and Crcscont SJ1L Ht CtaoMtaatl wiiVOLUUtAXT Ohio 11 JOHN OUAC LT H IU LQe nrn Hanaxcr R1AKHULI ieneral r y5rtenJeiit uUilA BXHYAN - Uanoral Passn Vo Â¬ FTTi iViffi4rrr TKAli ilGI AanNlant lieixqc Ii- - i r MBTint raimm I J J line tar rrso ROBINSON i 3r ceon 8S8S tewacs i sprig 8W t Ahifnm Tnt r brought Rtiklnus KrWv f mK w y WjVF V C lir Hushes 41tet from TTJt pwMy -- W B WHITE S0U uu lX5trti NaSfaiFi r IMC SMafefK 1- xtaa V uid - -I f7 - ly2af I mchJQ jyr At WcIvKsa did tUmmi X03PE Agrent 3RICIIIONI K I i 2 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY Wm G PROHIBITION SPEAKING- - THE PROMISE WHITE 27 18S7 JULY J Democratic Ticket SIMON li lllKlfCNBU of Hart Jomity B8E UBOTRXAXT OSVEUNOU JAMHSS W IIRVTAX When General fiimon Bulivar Buck Judge F T Fox Prohibition uer secures a young wife by promising candidate for Governor Squire her the mistress of the Governors man Â¬ CHAPTER 12 M Wood Prohibition candi- Â¬ sion cud the whole Democratic party AN ACT for taking he sense of the date for the Legislature Mr T of Kentucky gallantly comes to his uld nood nconle of this Commonwealth as B Demaree T Browne J G In order that the promise may be ful- Â¬ to the necessity and eecpedicnoy of Foe B S Hunting and others are filled it is useless to tell us that the cauwn a convention to antcnu me QmstlliUioH and to ascermaking Prohibition speeches over dnys of Kentucky chivalry are past and taining the number jitotidi forentitledÂ¬ of citizens the county and some one or more gone Chicago Trlbuno to vote for llepretcntativcs within thi AN ACT Stale J J of Kenton OouHty VOR TBRASUBBK of them will fill the following apDEMOCRATIC SPEAKING pointments t College Hill July 27th Union 2Sth Kirksville 29th At 2 oclock in the afternoon of FriBerea 30th They have already day July 20th Semoeratic ecclies spoken at Goodloes Chapel Rich- will be made at the plaees nnd ffby the mond Farris Town Speedwell gentlemen indicated below and Waco DoylesvTlle W B Smith W P Â¬ of and It shall he the- duty cf such sliprill or other officer to lost one copy ofsnldnctat each voting place and another oop3 at some other suitable public place In said precinct four weeks prior to the election Any officer full- Â¬ ing to discharge the duties prescribed in tills section or this act shall be fined for each and every failure twenty dollars to be reOoVerod lu any court hav Â¬ ing Jurisdiction thereof I 11 This act shall take effect nnd be iu furce from aud after its passage Approved January 18 1SS0 Â¬ Public 00 an 1 ale I yvitti on jn 7 f As Trustee of C Stafford THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 87 in the town of Richmond Ky pvocccd to expose at public sale to the highest bidder tile following described valuable real estate to wit The K- Â¬ Â¬ MR PBMARB Prewitt Waco J B McCreory Wm Mob JAMES W TaTE of Woe4nI CeuHty FOR ATTeHXBV atKBAI 1 WATT 1IAUMN of Jlerocr Ceattty FSK AUDITOR MJYBTTK II BWITT ol IlitnllH Ceuuty Ten SOlBBKSTBNBaXT JNSTHUCTIeN JOS DBSIIA PIUKBTT l VayMle Guilty There must be some mistake about Mr Demaree being the Democratic candidate for Representative from Grant cotintj lie is certainly not at homo prosecut ing the canvass but making Prohibition speeches about the country promiscuously He spoke at College Hill in this county about ten days ago and attacked both the Democratic and Republican parties At the close of his speech Squire Douglas for the Democrats and Rev Mr Wilson for the Re publicans jumped on the unsuspecting Prohibitionist and ever- Â¬ lastingly excoriated him Â¬ Â¬ erly Combs Mill A T Chenault Speedwell C II Breclc Eerea C K Powell iJoe fi Broli lmi Kingston H F Turner W T Tevis KIrksville J D Harris J A Sul Â¬ livan V L Crutcher Tteagans Store T J Seott Sam Biggerstatf StriugtoH u A J Reed J It Bur nam College Hill Jk U Clienaultj C L Â¬ Â¬ Seroy Â¬ A NEW CONSTITUTION FOR DB9ISTBK OF LAND OFFICE Also on Saturday July Sutli 183 at oclock X it at the Court house in Rkihmoud by iheHou Jas B Beck and at 8 i 31 by Hong James W Bryan and C J Brouston All are invited to be pretont Every voter be he Democrat or Republican should remember when he goes to the polls on next Monday that the Slate of KenFSC THE LB0INIATUUE tucky needs a new constitution ATCIIENAUIT The present and third constitution is thirty seven years old and the changes incident to all those years demand a broader constituXltti AMAXUV T MILLION tion Slavery has been abolished twenty new counties have been Vote for Chcnaull and Democ formed wealth and population Imvegrcatty increased and new racy next Monday ideas have multiplied The averDont forget Buckner Betty age life of Kentuckys constituand the Baby next Monday tions is thirty two years The present one is thirty seven and Mr W B Gum of Lee county ought to go is the Democratic candidate for Representative from the district STATE FINANCES composed of the counties of Lee and Estill His opponent is Mr The Republican speakers are Robert Hill of Beattyville Mr talking in the saute strain with Gum will probably be elected the Republican newspapers about Judge F T Fox Prohibition the States finances under Democandidate lor Governor spoke at cratic rule But the Democratic the Court house on Friday after- newspapers and speakers do not From Gen noon to a small audience The agree with them burden of his speech was that the Buckners speech we learn that the present debt of the State is Democratic and Republican par 174000 of which will ties are both wrong and should SG74O00 be supplanted by the Prohibition be due in 1S9G and 500000 in 1905 There is outstanding and party unpaid G390 upon script and lion A T Chenault is the nom- lands which are past due and it inee of the Democratic party is supposed that they have been Will y 01 vote for the nominee or lost and destroyed Against this will j ou bolt There are two debt there was in the sinking Kys of lolling one by voting for fund at the last report S1S0 the opponent and the other by not 86932 in cash 400 shares of the voting at all being away irom slock of the bank of Louisville home sick too busy to go to the estimated at 30450 and turnpolls going fishing etc This is a pike stocks estimated at a fair cowardly way of bolting valuation at 500000 making a total of 71134051 in excess of Louisville will vote on the the entire indebtedness Local Option question next Mon day Both parties are active TO THE DEMOCRATS OP MADISON and each is claiming the victory COUNTY The whiskey men do not hesitate - they will to 83use any amount On Monday next you are called of money necessary to cany the election We dont doubt upon to elect a man to represent their intention of doing it neither Madison count- - in the next Legisdo we question their ability to do lature and to elect Slate officers it Every large city has votes for the next four years This is for sale aivd the price depends the last opportunity we shall have ontirely upon the supply and of saying a word to you We are demand and Louisville is 110 ex- all so constituted by nature that ception to the rule in fact she is at times we become indifferent to subjects of the greatest moment bailt that way We seem to forget that we have a LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN duty each and every one to perform a duty to self to frieids to The fact has been Ueveloped county and to State at large We that the Louisville Southern can conceive it to be the duty of every not according to its charter ask man to vote That question needs Madison county to lake stock 111 no argument all admit it You the road The proposition now is have no doubt considered the to take stock to the amount of character of the several candidates 250000 in the Three Forks Rail of the Democratic ticket that has road and consolidate the two been presented you and for which roads your support has been asked If so we need not comment If you MORE TURNPIKES have not let us say to you plainly and candidly they arc every one All voters who go to the polls mon of character and ability honin Madison county on next Mon est men men who have the good day will be asked whether or not of our firesides our town our they are in favor of the Oounty county and our State at heart and Oourt of Claims appropriating men who have the brains and the one thousand dollars per mile to backbone to perform their respecall turnpike roads hereafter tive duties built in the county Our Republican friends are reThe question is one worthy of lying on Judge Fox and J M Wood consideration deep Nothing the Prohibition candidates to help more improves a country than them out The claim that they good roads Madison county for will get most of their support from a time appropriated 500 per Democrats Why will they Have mile and when all the roads had Democrats less brains than Repubboon built that could be done licans Cant Democrats see like with that amount of money in Republicans that every vote cast addition to private subscriptions lor Fox and Wood is practically the sum per mile was increased to thrown away Judge Fox and 750 A number ofadditional roads Mr Wood are gentlemen honest was built and now it appears that in their opinions and their purmore money must be applied if poses We have not one word to more roads are to be had Let say against either of them but the appropriations be increased could either of them if elected or two hundred and fifty dollars or both of them do more for the to one thousand per mile and cause of temperance than the several roads will be built In Democratic party has done By Union ElHston Yates Glade an act of the Legislature every Poosey and Million with bright precinct town and county has the right to vole for or against the prospecte in other precincts Better schools better houses sale of liquors within its boundatatter fences better stock belter ries under what is usually known everything follow the advent of as the Local Option law We Why have a have no objection to Temperance turnpike roads huggy or a carriago without a road we are not fighting that but we over which to travel But an do say that every ballot cast for improved means of travel demands Fox Wood and Prohibition is Tfclior tilings equal to that improve- thrown away and cast practically ment against the Democratic party in But all thee improvements favor of Republicans Our Re cost money eays one and our publican friends realize this land wont grow any better crops fully We heard not long ago with turnpike roads through them one of the leading Prohibitionists or near them than without the who is also a Republican say ho The farmers horses and would not waafe his vote on Proroads farming implements improve hibition and that he believed Fox along with all else he has and the would not got 25 votes from Re system of larming improves in publican ranks That speech was proportion with other things A not intended for Democratic ears man will suffer a rickety fence but if it could reach the ear of with the corners full of briars and every Democrat in the county be the field full of weeds along a he Prohibition or not we feel sure mud road when he would not do Fox would not got 25 votes it on a turnpike A mans pride What he does get must come from advances as his condition advances the Democratic ranks for the ReBut the beatiilHstration that turn publicans are determined not to pikes improve a country is a com watte their votes on him Tinuk parieon 01 a country that has no ot it calmly and quietly and we turnpikes with a country that has leave the result with you and your them Democratic conscience Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIIOS 11 COUDBTT of JlcCraokon County RELIGIOUS The protracted meeting at the Baptist church conducted by kcV Green Clay Smrlh clotod last week B Experience has pointed A Stanford special of Sunday to tho out the necessity of amending the Con Courier Journal says Late Friday stitution and the expediency of calling n convention for that purpose there night Bob Logati a iiegroj entered the hodse ot Mts Jaue BUrkett a Widow fore Be it enacted by the General Assem- - who lives some distance east of Row- oty of ine Commonwealth of Kentucky laud and attempted to commit a rape upon her He had a pistol In his hand 1 That at the next general election to the Jeueral aupcommauded hcrlo he silent upon for Representatives Assembly It shall be the duty of the penalty of Instant death Mrs Burltett teveral sheriffs and other oflicers of Wit howeVer equal to the occasion election to open a poll for and make n lelurn to the fcSecretnry of State fur the and pulling a pistol from beneath her titno beiiiRi of Ilia unities of alt citizens piiloW she fired Upon the scoundrel entitled to vote for Representatives who wounding him in the arm He there have voted at the said election for win calling u convention for the purpose of upon hastily retreated through a dow but Mrs Burkett sprang to the re adopting ameudlug or changing the Constitution window and continued to tiro ou him S 2 Thatnny sheriff or other return- Â¬ wounding him through the body He ing officer failing to perforin the duty was round the next day some distance imposed by litst section of the act shall from the house In a helpless condition be subject to a fine of six hundred dol lars 900 to be recovered by Indict alid It Is hoped aud believed that he ment of the grand jury in any court will die If he does not he will pro having jurisdiction thereof and shall bnbly he lynched He Is a had negro upon conviction of such failure be re aud some time sluce was Udder arfest moved from olllce by the Court In charged with attempt to rape a little which such conviction is had negro girl but escaped through Insuf 3 That for thepurposeol ascertain ing the number of eitizena entitled to ficiency of proof Mrs Burkett Is a vole for Representatives within this young woman of about twenty live State In the year 18S7 there shall be with two small children aad poor but furnished as hereinafter provided to the sheriffs and other oflicers of the virtuous Her courage la much com- Â¬ election in August 186T a registration mended btioh ill which the ollleers of the election shall record the names of nil citi- Â¬ DAUIMTEHS 3I0TIICUS I WIVES WllfchBAs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jrxdiXXxix ings and Machine This Â¬ Including Grounds Office and Mill Mill mod- OH 1 -- AFTER Build- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all the most ern improved machinery and in complete order Also plant is almost new having heen huilt and in opefdlicfn July 1 87 I WILL- - Â¬ TWO NEW EEAME COTTAGES Containing Ave rooms on the S E Corner Uallie Irvino and Orange streets and Lots No- - f 8 0 10 11 Id and 30 in the Estil addition lot on Irvine street near jDotrrins Holler Mill being One mill lot old Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street It Fronting 77 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable location has on it two good cisterns and all necessary outbuildings such as wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale Muum Continue to Sell at Â¬ A GREA- T- I F Clay of Georgetown at will preach Ute Chrk tian Church next Sunday morning ami e ening Rev H M Rogers of Hamilton Mo will preach at tire Baptist church in Richmond on next Sunday morning and evening Rev E T Will isms lias resigned his charge of the Central Christian Church Cincinnati after a pastorate of six cars He and his wife will go in September ass missionaries to China An exchange Sam Jones didnt draw as well at New Castle as lie expected It may be that Kentucky people are get ting tired of sensational preaching and sensational preachers It is well if this is Â¬ ss so Â¬ Â¬ Mr James C Rice was ordained a reg- Â¬ ular minUter in the Baptist church at Bctltel meeting bouse near Kingston on last Saturday The council was composed of Rev Green Clay Smith Elder A J Tribblc Rev John G Pond Ret J I Wills Mr Rice is a son of Mr Fountain Rice Sr near Richmond and has for a number of j ears been a teacher New Liberty in Owen county Crab Orchard and Kingston being points a which he taught Elder Rice 1ms accepted a call to the pastorate of Bethel church Â¬ Â¬ Rev M M Bell pastor of the color- Â¬ ed Baptist Church of Lexington died in that city last week He had been in the ministry upwards of thirty 3 ears dur- Â¬ ing which time he baptized more than two thousand persons Rev Bell was unh ersally respected and it was estimated that two thousand people attended his funeral His funeral cortege was over a mile long there being more than one hundred vehicles in the procession Because the people of New Castle did not show a willingness to swallow Uie slangy stuff dealt out by Sam Jones and also refused to open their pocket books at his bidding the reverend gentleman not only lost his temper but indulged in ex Â¬ pressions unworthy of any person who professes to be a teacher of Christianity Speakers of the Sam Jones class do more harm than good and people who really desire to sec the cause of religion lirosper would do the proper thing to give the cold shoulder to such ranting apostles Georgetown Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THIN COLUMN The Millersburg correspondent of the Paris News is named Nedor Seems to us that the correspondent does Nedor nother name A rat killing match was a big Ivead line in a daily newspaper oite day last week Wed like to hae a box of that kind of matches Mr B Gum the Democratic candidate for Representative in Estill and Lee counties ought to come down here after tle election and hive Bill Boggs bees that are making honey on the tree Squire Armer was called upon the other day to perform a marriage cere- Â¬ mony He fonnd the couple at the Clerks office and proceeded with the ceremony Do ou proxrise to take this i omanw horn you hold by the hand for your lawful and wedded wife asked the Squire Why law me preacher thats jes what Ive come here for shouted Uie man An elderly gentleman who lives on the opposite side of the globe from Australia has an intepse aversion to puns and he is eqaily averse to to lu chewing He has a son named Lewis and Lewis as well as the old man is fond of tobacco The other day the father and son Merc seated near each other when Lewis drew forth a plug of tobacco as Wj as an elephants ear and took a chew He was about to return it to his pocket when the old gentleman said I want a chew too Lew Lewis replied Pa if you really want to chew to hi Ill go down town and get ou a supply Then everybody laughed and the old man looked mad as gewhhitkens and walked out He said he didnt want anv tobacco nother Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JtaSTTSSRS Remaining unclaimed office at Richmond lu the Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Anderson MfesMaadJe Miller ft W Sam AdumBelIe Mnrn tf M Brallett Kniiuie Melllum H Cattle Barnes E S McUnrd MInj Lucy Bracks W E MoBride Mary Breckinridge W S Overley J W Caldwell Jan ODonnell A Co Clutid Pnxlou W W CornelisonEIla Parkes Denule Rogers Karrie Green Belle Harrio It E Robert Iflnily H P Rust lim Nannie HhKmaryGeo W Rhodes W B RlggB Ellen Irvine 2 Jhb H JnckMui Johu Tatam Mary Jo1iiimu James Tribble Ellssa J Jones J M Wood Mies Busle Jones Georgetyillim8 Mahaley Kue L W Welsh Brainard u Lemon Uulile Warfnrd Belle Million Nanuet Wright Mrs Mary Miller Cook Humphrey of Rowan noto Â¬ riety lins returned from the Wet Ho wiil again make Rowan county his home CD zens entitled to vote for Representa- Â¬ tive within this State at the mi id elec- Â¬ tion The oflicers of the election shall Be your own pLvsician A ludy wild be cxojficio oflicers of registration and for 3 ears sufleied from distressing shall have said registration book open for the record of said names betweeu female complaints weaknesses etc the hours of 6 oclock a m and 7 oclock so common to her sex and had de Â¬ Â¬ p m on the day of August 1SS7 elec Â¬ tion at all the voting places in this spaired of a cure finally found remecured her dies which completely Commonwealth And it shall be the duly ol all citizens of his Cnmmuii Any suflerer cau use them and thus upttllh who nre entitled to vote for cure herself without the aid of a physi Representatives on the day of the next general election in August 18S7 lo go cian Two recipes treatise aud full di- Â¬ Address Mrs before tlo sheriffs and other returning rections fiec Sealed officers 0 sold elecliou In the votiug W C Holmes OSS Broadway N Y precinct in which they nre severally 13jul lyr Kame this paper entitled to vote mid cntlse themselves to be registered on the poll book as Syrup of Pigs qualified voters of this Commonwealth and the names of any and all citizens Manufactured 011I3 by tho California living in the district known to said is Co Sun Francisco Cal ollleers to be entitled to Vote for Repre- Â¬ Fig S3rup sentative or made known to them by Natures Own true Laxative It is the evidence on lhat day shall bo regis most easil taken and the most pleas- Â¬ tered as not voting And in the year antly effective remedy known lo 1S7 no otherollicer shall be authorised cleanse the s3 stem when bilious or cos- Â¬ lo make any list or return of the ouali- fied voters of this Commonwealth nor tive to dispel headaches colds aud shall any return thereor except the reg Â¬ fevers to cure habitual constipation istration buoks and ceitiflcates pin indigestion etc For sale lu 50 cents vided for by this act be made and all Willis laws requiring list or returns of such and 106 bottle3 by Stockton qualified voters nre hereby repealed so A Novel Bet While I am not a far as theyearl8S7iseiubiaced therein The total number of votes so registered betting man said F J Cheuey of the fhall be the true number ot citizens en Â¬ firm of F J Cheney Co I considered titled to vote for Lepresontative within my religious dut3 to make that fel Â¬ tliis Stale for the purpose of ascertain Â¬ it low a bet You see he was about dead ing whether a majority of all the citi zens or this State entitled to vole for and 1 guess he would have died before Representative vote for calling a con- Â¬ Spring if I had not got him on the vention for the purpose of re adopting amending or changing the Constitu- Â¬ bet You know some men had rather loose their lives than lose a hundred tion I 4 The said registration books shall well he was one or that kind ami we be appropriately ruled and headed so both came near being out but I saved that they may and it is hereby enacted my hundred and it only cost him ten that Hie same shall be the poll book He sent for in e for lecordmg the votes for and aguiust dollars Hows that the cilliug of the constitutional con- Â¬ oue day and said the doctors had all vention and for ascertaining the num- Â¬ given him up to die witli the catarrh ber of citizens entitled to vote for Rep I told him that I would bet him 100 resentative within the State It shall that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure lie the duty of the said oflicers of elec- Â¬ tion to propound lo every voter the him or I would give him 100 if it failed This question Bo you vote for calling a He took the latter proposition constitutional convention or not If was three months ago 3011 see lov he such voter shall answer In the affirma- Â¬ looks now dont you as well as auy tive his name shall be recorded as vot- Â¬ ing forsaid convention if such voter oue and a dandy American Toledo shall nnswer in the negative his name O shall oe recorded at voting against said convention and if such voter makes llCBiiuui Dread no answer his name shall be recorded Bro Messrs Covington Arnold or registered a not voting ujhiii snid question And it shall be the duty of Grocers oiler a premitfm of 10 on Ihe the officers holding the election at each first da3 of Ihe Fair for the best loar of voting place in the State to certify the wheat bread salt rising and one of 10 total number of voters registered and the iiumlr voting for calling the con Â¬ ror the best loafof wheat bread yeast stitutional convention and to make rising to be baked from their cele- Â¬ out a duplicate certificate showim said brated Acnm flour made by Bo Â¬ fact The registration book shall be nanza Boiler Mills Richmond K3 by them immediately sent at Iho ex Â¬ Juiy3 tf pense of the Commonwealth by mail to the Secretary or Statf at Frankfort Do 3 ou want pure drugs and the best Kentucky and the duplicate certificate You attached to the poll book for the elec- brands of tobaccos aud cigars tion of State officers and reluru there- Â¬ can fiud thorn at I J Brooks with as now directed by law Junes2 tf i 5 The Secretary of State in office at the convening of the Geueial Asein And the Tiik Baiurs Cky Fon bly next after the election in August 1S7 shall immediately upon the or Â¬ old folks laugh when they find the ganization of the same transmit to pleasant California liquid rrnit remedy each House a statement prepared by Syrup of Figs is moro easily taken and him from Ihe said registration and polI bookH showing how many votes irore beneficial in its action than bitter w ere at the said election ca3t in favor nuuseous medicine It is a most val- Â¬ or said convention and the total num- Â¬ uable family remedy to act on the ber of voters registered whether voting Iiowels lo cleanse the S3 stem and to for or against or not at all The report shall be made up by counties Ho dispel colds headaches and fevers shall retain the registration books for Miimifuetured only by the California the use of examination nnd inspection Fig S3 rup Co San Francisco Califor- Â¬ of the next General Assembly nia For sale by While Stockton 1 G It shall be the duty of the officers whose duty it is by law to compare and The best burgaius for the least money certify the votes ror Slate officers to Julyi2 tf make out from the certificates returned at J C Lyters with the State elecliou poll books as above provided nnd at the time they The credit system has played out at certify the votes for Slate oflicers a lylers Cull and make a purchase for certificate by voting places showing the total number of votes registered the mone3 and go away happy Julyi3 tf and the number voting for calling a constitutional convention and to bend You can buy a first class suit of Ihe certificate to Ihe Secretary of State and if the registration book provided clothes from J C Lyter at your price lor above shall us to 11113 voting place now Call and see him Julyi3 tf he lost destroyed or not returned then the Secretary of State in making the Now is the time to buy your Cloth Â¬ report to the General Assembly shall ust the Information in the certificate as ing while the great inducement is to any such district or precinct and he offered by J C Lyter Julyi3 tf shall moreover use Ihe certificate to show that he has or has not the regis- Â¬ call nnd settle j our account tration book for each voting place in toIleasc 1st July each county named in said certificate july3 4t Cuooke Sox 7 It shall be the duly of tho Secre Â¬ tary of State after the adjournment of Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats this General Assembly to make out the form of a registration book and cer- Â¬ Straw Hats very low at Lyters tificates to be made and used as herein july20 tf provided nnd to iuruish the same to Public Printer forthwith the and it shall be the duty of Ihe said Public to make up nnd bind iu the Printer usual form one registration book with On Saturday night July 23 a bag a certificate thereon for each voting place lu the State also the duplicate containing n curry coml brush sponge certificate and the county certificate halter aud several other artloles A and send the same to tiie several slier liberal reward will be paid for Ihe re Â¬ life who shall see that they are de- Â¬ turn of the above articles to Tub livered and used at the various voting Cmmax office or to C W Cobb Red House Ky july27 2t places as herein required 8 That any oflicer failing to do or perform any of the acm or duties en Â¬ joined upon lilm by the third fourth fifth sixth and seventh sections of this AND act shall be subject to a flue of five hundred dollars 500 to bo recovered by indictment of any grand jury lu any court having jurisdiction thereof nnd shall upon conviction be removed from office by the court in which said SPEED SMITH Agent conviction is had 2 0 That it shall be the duty of the RICHMOND KY Stcrelnry of Slate to have this act ad- Â¬ Iella rents or exchanges all kinds of vertised iu one weekly newspaper hi Real Estate on reasonable terms and each county of this Commonwealth wherein there is such paper published represents first olass Fire aud Life In- Â¬ for four weeks and lu oueof tho dally surance Companies Office in J C Lylers Clothiuglglofe papers of the city ol Louisville for thirty duys immediately preceding tho election anil in every county sold Secretary shall cause to be posted u the oourt hnue door ticopy of this act printed in hand bill form for at least four consecutive weeka before such election I 10 It shall he the duty of the Pub lie Printer to print ten lnussnu copiea of Mils act upon a separate sheet of paper and deliver ihem to the Secretary of State who shall forward the Mine lo The same is tnndo out ready to be Ihe county clerks of ho various ooun receipted paid Money I must tie In this State In such numberaas to have so please call nnd settle at provide at least two copipa thereof for once and oblige vuch votiug precinct stld clerks shall Yours Truly deliver the same to the slierlfls nr Geo M Willgiso other officers acting in the place there 1 jpy20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J STOSE WALTCEE Trustee RBDUOTIOK MY ENTIRE STOCK-OF- IN ad wnw b wmmm FOR GASH UNTIL IT IS clothing MemajBBwcpB I am simply over stocked and must reduce same ap www iwa g SO NOTE THE PRICE finest CLOSED OUT Embossed Gold Paper worth SI NOW IS THE TIME TO cents reduced to 50 FIND OUT HOW CHEAP Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced YOU CAN BUY CLOTHING to 30 cents FOR THE MONEY 25 cents reduced to Mce Papers worth Ee Sure and Give Me A Call if 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cencs reduced to you want a Bargain 10 cents Everything at RKBUOSB PRICES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named J June 29 tf C Li I T EMs - GEO M WILLGING tlOTDCIf Julyi3 tf 3ML MONEY We are collecting twice a 3ear and your accitmts fur the first half arc ready and have been waiting for you since Julj- Is t Call and 3HttIe at once aud oblige - IS TIIE AGENT AT EICHxMOND CEBTBIL B B BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest anil Quickest Route FROir SlIACKnLFOHD Gkxtm Co July13 it CENTRAL KENTUCKY WEBST E B FARM WAGONS The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them PJTEHT TRUSS ROD AND TUBUUR THE CELEBRATED PO PE KY FOR Resilience For Sale North -- TO AMi POINTS it East West and Southwest npnvEEx ON UIL -- - Saturday July 30 1887 I will offer for sal publicly lo the high Â¬ est bidder Main Street iu Richmond Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Feb 28tli No 6 Dally Us Sun 1887 mY RSSIBEBH GE on throughout cistern at the door side and backyard House is uewlv cov ered and palntei and in good repair in every part 1 ofler this property ror sale in consequence or havhiR removed from the State Sale at 10 oclock Possession immediately Parties desiring to exam Â¬ ine the property will please call on J E Greenleaf at First National Bank J I MoKlKNEY June2i 6t Â¬ Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at It consists or seven rooms with gas Ky SOUTIMJOUND 2foJ Dally S 3f 10 24 HMO Kx Suu No 12 Dally ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES All JXT Kb month Lve Cyiithtiiun Ivo Colngton Ie SS0om lliftl 1245 M7 2 pm 31S0 2apm isa 810 2U SSJ5 Wagons Warrantei For fine loar Arr ljtMnson Arr Winchester Arr mcliiiioucl Arr l ancnster Arr Rowland Arr Horca Arr Livingsto- nNOIVni BOUNI Lve IIIU Iarli tea pin 515 lluam I0 p- m pin iisj U0 pin The Best Material The Easiest Terms 715 833 le KtcumiHnl 2X0 3SS pm Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so 1 Houso and lot for Sale occupied No 3 No 11 No WEBSTER WAGON June2j tf CO Situated on Main Stneet Lc nearly opposite thi residence of H B Dillingham Has been lately refitted The nice Cottage formerly by A G Daniel throughout CUtern aud iiecessar3 out buildings TBKJIS LIBERA Lvo Livingston G8nni 10SB -Lve lSerei Arr Richmond 11 Rowiniil TiDnui fiN nra Lve Lancaster 811 fclS Arr Klclniniul 6SK 110 Lve RlolimooU 180 pm IKftj lull Arr WlnUiehter 215 7ST Arr Fan- - 3 J0 8 tfi For particulars vpply lo J E Green leaf at First National Bank july6 4t S K Kelson Lve Lexington Lve IuilR Lve Cvntiiliirm Lve FalninuUi Arr Covlucton 215 3SJ0 pin 417 6 00 lias N SiS loan ltf nm 15 318 417 518 615 1MU W1AYSV1LLE NORTH BOUND BRANCH- Daily Dally Br Han Ex ban 51 1LOST KTOaIOE No5 Our accounts for ISS7 to Juby 1st are LVO UuVllfRtOU ready and those wuo arc Indebted to JXllrglOQ ram us will please call and settle at once Arr Jlllleikburg CurlMj Covington Arnold Bko jonnsiju N B Those who owe us far 1886 Jlaysvill will save cost by calling at once SOOTH BOUND JuljG tf C znnra 9ja JfcS - 4 25 pra 3 520 518 V 6I2 lfc3i 70 715 ABro No H Dally Hx Hnn Ex Kan NiVffl Dilly Have just received and opened a large - KEAX ESTATES CUIIDE HAVE SiTH INSURANCE J I Lve 8 Xo Arr rar iMii skills JolniKn Uirllslj Mlllerrtmn OPENED A NEW LuxIiikuiii Covlngron 5Jnm S5i 725 7r I lt- - 12M p m stock ofvEast Trenton well seleQted Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles f izsi 218 315 610 6 00 tISS -- Hardware Store onWest Main Street They carry a general lino of Hardware Tinware StoYhSjlmft lour Account Was Xue July i F B MQIUOJ D A FEEIA Gon Pass r Agt They havu tho newest and best goods Triv Tassr A gt ami will sell for CASH at the lowest II E HUNTINGTON K B UAIttt Act prices K climond Ky- itBCelver Mr Smith lu a practical tinner of Uannfltl OHlec CovlusUm Ky Juno several years experience nnd he wll do all kinds of tin Vork roofing and repalriug in the bst style at lowest Our accounts nre due Pleiibe call rates aud Groceries a asent ot the Sompunyor 45 lve Lexington S00 arr Paris S42 p in NOTE Tnilns3 and J are dally twtween Wlnohester Lexington and Cincinnati other tmiiisaroilaUy except Suntluy Direct connection is miulo at Winchester with Chmapoake and Ohio for ML Hicrllntr Ashland Humiuetoo Charleston W Va uud HnMrn Ities 1AST LINli No 3 nnd i ran via WIu fdiesterolIdTraltui with Ptillmim Klecnlng Cure between Cincinnati nnd Richmond Vu nnd Wlootiener unit Washington I C ThrouKU Tldtets nnd RaagnKo Checked to nny desliuullai reached by n railroad For full particulars addruss or call on any Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles So SflT nr- - COFFEES JPEAS andtf all kinds of CaaLed Greeds -- i mm m w Foris it I wmt losell alltif my reudy made Clothing Bo suje and call it you If you hav not paid Vrqke it Son inl a bargain J Lyter your account cull nhd do at once Jntyu g i settle atlonce juIylG4t CitooltE Son iJUneai S J - juyl3 41 J BJMiiMHMMj SCT y I WnHJJL3RSP5f H - HflPCBUWLASBEA JfffKaB5fflFK W 1 Sr litt the y CLIMAX p A Mwnsliincr Molestod gfc t WEDNESDAY JULY 2t I 1SS7 Vole the straight Democratic tlcko1- eieat Motidny Our Fort Etill correspondence t jveJ too late tills wek ar J C Clieimult Quarterly Court Is in sesslou presiding JuiIrc Jackson Willoughby is dangerously iok at Ills home near Waco Vote early a vote early in the day is worth two or three late In Iho day Fair Agpod dinner and a good rain seem o be two rajufeltes of the Klrksvllle A refreshing ami beneficial rain Tell on last Friday iSaturd ay Kumltty and Monday mi Vote early fu the day and get the Imlge on the boys atitl Iheii hold ii til Hie polls close Twenty six toaehers were examined oh lastjgAturday and eighteen received certificates Tlte Jubilee Singers had a distress Â¬ ingly small audience The fcliiglngjvas good f MrF Hays is in the cities pur-Â¬ chasing new goods lor his house on fiiuud but an excellent ISO gallon Iwst street copper still with worm complete 500 Hop nt La ltue House Blue Lick gallons of beer nine tubs all the other Springs Friday night nud all Madison necessary fixtures and six bushels of bulled meal All this was destroyed county is invited The posse had no right to destroy the A party of men on bicycle passed house so it was left unhurt Mr Mar through Hichrauinl one day last week tin is not empowered to make arrests They were from Louisville therefore Isaacs was nottaken he was not seen Hard by was another dis- Â¬ Richmond lias come near having unoccupied There several fcecious fires of late A little tillery building was no path leading to or from the dis Â¬ more care ought to Lnr observed tillery and uot an evidence that a tree The rejailar August election occurs had been cut or rock quarried within ihj next Monday and the Richmond two miles of the place The nearest Fair JuW vretk and tnieday thereafter house was two and a half miles away From whence came the bolted meal Natural gas has been struck at Mays Is the question Mr Martin returned ville at a depth of S50 feet the blaze on Thursday burning to the height of seven feet when lighted Oil and Saltwater In the small valley formed by lie Haniwm Miller has opened a sJmp on Third street hack or Greens branch between Ellison and Waco n Opera House for repairing furniture this county and only a short distance below the point where the Rich Â¬ and doing upholstering july27 lt mond and Irvine Mr Cy Stone lessee of McUords branch are the turnpike crosses the remains of a salt warehouse has secured several thou Â¬ works We are told there Is a sand buebelsof wheat for storage He well a hundred feet that deep probably will put in about ten thousand bushels filled up and that up to fifty year ago A tower is being added to the col Â¬ salt was made there On the waters ored Bptit church on Irvine street thereabouts are evidences of oil and This church has probably the largest that the surface indications in the membership of any church in Ken- Â¬ vieinity are good for oil The land belongs to Mr E O Griustead tucky Ou this same subject the Paris Mr WJ Berg General Passenger says Mr A C Fer- Â¬ agent of the Chesapeake and Ohio ris of near North Mhldlctown was in Railroad was here yesterday in the in Â¬ our ofliee Monday ami explodes the terest of the Slw excursion to the edeaofau oil spring near the ruilumd Atlantic Ocean August 4th Himp hmise He made a careful ex- Â¬ of the oil found ou the water A sample of premium wheat Fulla amination al the spring and says it is refined coal variety flora the farm of V B Jones oil from a leakage near by or from a of Silver Creek can be Keu at Tim plant liy some one and states further UMAX citliee lhc grains are re Â¬ i markably uniform in size shape and that there neither oil nor gas in this immediate vicinity the nearest Irting color near Plum Lick antl North Middle Dont fail to hear the big guns of the town from whence he can pipe it to political campaign Saturday afternoon Parts for S80000 Mr Ferris has had and night Jus 15 Beck Jas W Berry long exerience in the oil business and and C J Bronston See announceÂ¬ is obtaining it in paying quantities in ment of speukiug elsewhere in this the sections named and made u ship Â¬ ment of 1000 worth from this place issue last Saturday The rem iius of a baliy have been found in a bjrn cistern 011 the farm PERSONAL of H C Jones several miles South of Richmond Mr Jones Iihji no suspi- Â¬ Miss Kate Walker lft on Monday for cions as to the guilty parties nor could Bar Harbor Maine he teH whether the child was white Judge J P Harbison f rlihglHirg or black was here this week Col C D Chtiiautt is ti member of Mrs F W the committee of the Baptist Church C is vikiting Fnt of Spartanburg S her parents in this placet of the Slate on the removal of the Mis Sallie Rogers of Savannah Ga Georgetown College The committee will meet in Versailles on August 10th is visiting Mnsos liettic and Mary Boggs to consider tlieijHestiun It looks now Cpt-- J A G Williamson and family as though Shelby viMe would secure the rc visiting Mrs Williamsons parents at prize O wings villc - For several years evidences of moon shining have been noticed in the xi cintty tiY John M Isaacs who lives at the meuth nf Kavanaugh Creek lu Jackson county about thirty five miles from Irvine or fifty five miles from this plaee Isaacs was suspected and oilbrts have been made to discover hit still but to no purpose In fact Isaacs was considered u master oupopeler man to projic with and deputy mardiabt were not fond of visiting ids neighborhood But he must be caught and the task dcvol veil upon Mr William Martin of this place Mr Martin went up that way some time ago and set a man to work After days Uf search the distillery was located ami Mr Martin notified On Sunday before lust ho went to Irvine and by Tuesday had organized a posse composed ot Mat Oookrell John Wil Â¬ son Harry Bowmerand Silas Wallace Coekrell Is a son of the late Judge Logan Cockrell and was U S Deputy Marshal at Beattyvllle during the building of the locks at that place The jmsse left Irvine on Tuesday night and on Wednesday morning found themselves iu tine of the wildest portions of the mountains They pur- Â¬ sued their way through a dense forest where no signs of the presence of human beings were visible Suddenly they came upon a substantial log dis tillery In operation Nobody was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Anne The Acme flour a f peclal brand manufactured by Bonanza Boiler Mills for Covington Arnold Brn Is win Â¬ ning blue ribbons At the Klrks Â¬ vllle fair the breads and cakes made frnn this flour took first premiumsLadies deslilng to compete fur pre- Â¬ miums at the fair here should make 11 note of this and use only the Acme in their breads and cakes The Prftainsi - Kirksvillo Fair Fire At 1280 oclook on Friday night a harness maker sleeping inW C Gortnloys shop on Main street was awakened by a dense smoke in the room He gave the alarm of tire although he could see no fire and upon examination tlie drug store of J P Herudou on lhartpjer was found to he bottom ti top of the buildinn also the dtgar factory of L P Sanders Co next to Gorni leys and the furnlshiiig goods Farls-- both up street house of Green Where there is so much smoke there must be some fire ra an old saying and a true one but to locate the fire was the problem The smoke iu the cigar factory appealed to be thicker than elsewhere but the house was locked anil no entrance could be afÂ¬ fected without breaking the door In the meantime the fire bell was rung and the engines and ladder wauon were moving up street The door was broken in and a great volume of smoke escaped This was evidently the house but Iu what part was the fire When the smoke had partially escaped a smouldeiing fire was discovered in the rear end of the room The floor nil about the fire place was burned through and there Was considerable fire iu the cellar For a short time there was great probability of a serious fire But the engines were both tdrnetl Into tiie building nud soon the fire was extinguished The origin of the fire is not known There had been no fire in the room or cellar for some lime If urhbers of people recall having een smoke Issuing from the top of the buildlug in the afternoon and 0110 man says he saw It the night before Spontaneous com Â¬ bustion match gnawing mice and several other theories have been ad- Â¬ vanced Â¬ filled with smnTjeffrOiii Dr Ilirt ICobeits lias hecuretl ofliee rooms Mth Senator Bennett over Htrudout drug store corner of Main and Second streets and oilers his pro Â¬ fessional services to the public Dr Roberts has beau a practitioner for twenty --years and is well known throughout the concty L Mputerio wife anil two children anil Jake and Phoebe Miller and ClureyceChfistopher went to Abilene JCauaj- - ix weeRS ago Taylor Mou tttrio small boy died last Friday Mrs C Â¬ Mr A D Underwood and wife of Rowland are visiting Iter mother Mrs R E Mitchett Mi Annie Thompson of Lexington who was visiting Mies Florence Barlow hes gone home Gen J C Stone of Leavenworth Kansas is vjthtng his son Sam II Stone Esq this county Miss Lizzie Rice Miss Dora Hacker Wtd Miss Grace MilKon have returned Molilc1rlo fctid tester Phoebe will week io their fattier - B Dudley Miller Mra Iiuckner and Uradlcy Allen Long of this oouuty startled her ueighjors one day last week by producing two remarkably line boys of about even pounds eaoh Mr Long capped the climax by uamiug hem Buckner and Bradley Acquitted Last weeks Cujiax announced that Kineh Tudor had been arrested on the charge of stealing a horse from WJ Sherman Cotton near Clayd Ferry Tudor was tried before Squire Armor on Thursday and acqnitted He proved an alibi Change iu Business A week ago Mr C C Wallace who used to keep a confectionery on Main JIULES through J W Knox Lexington Ky Horse mule two j ears old and over a bay colt 3 yrs old by Jay Gould dam Judge John D Goodioc hears of the A IC Lackey Harris Henderson serious Qlness of his brothcr-m-laMr by Hamlet tor 0500 Horse mule one year old and uuder George Robinson at Owensbero Jihn T Hughes Lexington Ky two C C Chri niaii Horse mule under one year old T S Rev A M Rogers ami wife of Ham- Â¬ has purchased from F G Hill Paris Ky the bay filly Maggie II 0 4 yis Burnam ilton Mo arc visiting the latters parents old by Victor Von Bismarck dam by Mai e mule two years old and over Dr and Mrs C C Smith at ilKston Exjiert for 500 R S Henderson C T McDowell Mr Win Greenieaf of St Look for Marc mule one year old and under merly of this place visited his brother Straw Hats cut half m two ut J C two C T McDowell C C Chrisman ex Mayor Greenieaf last week will Liters He july20 tf Mare tntile under one year old Dud- Â¬ remove to Fort Scott Kansas Covington Arnold Bro want to ley Tribble Elijah Sanders Mrs Emma G Gr gory accompanied buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which - SADDLE HOUSES by her daughter Miss Lucy have return- Â¬ they will pay the highest market price Saddle mare or gelding four years ed from a visit to her brothers Rev W - July20 tf old and over W L Rue Wm Dodd O and Mr Duncan Goodloe of Danville Saddle mare or gelding three years Mr John G Taylor Jr is visiting his LIVE STOCK HAEK2T EEPOST old and under four W L Rue Wm frei Dipping The steam thresher has begun to send forth its melodious whistle in tins neighborhood Mr Rout Roggs but could for a very good reason fulfill threshed Friday and Saturday nnd the but one engagement In the ringSat- - other farmers around here will follow urday afternoon accidents occurred this week which damaged two skeleton wngnus Miss Hallie T Boggs while riding and n buggy but no one was hurt We last week was thrown from her horse present in full the on the side of u rocky hill Her LIST OF PREMIUMS injuries al8 Uot Very CeVeret and she Is IBorE The first name following tlioartlole now able to be out exhibited designates tlio exhibitor to whom the prom lu in wiw awarded mid the soeond A large party of young people from name tlmt of the exhibitor receiving the Winchester is expected this week to cvruuaiit FIRST DAY camp for a while on tlte banks of Ken- Â¬ tucky river and enjoy the splendid MISCEIUVNEOUS Chrdybeate and Sulphur water to be Home made cheese Mra Sarah Mn found iu this vicinity 6ou Mrs Jas Adams Old ham Mrs C C Chrismnn Mrs B F Tevls Fltte of beaten bhcuits Miss Bessie Mrs Ij Parrish is lying very 111 Miller Mrs B F Tevis The pre- Â¬ Fat cattle are low aud fat Hogs are mium bisctlits were baked from Acme flour n line bralid tit flour scarCei made iu Richmond Mr John C Rogers and Mr Jerry ISLoaf of light bread Mra B C Potts Rogers hate taken a trip to Kansas Fannie Bronston tjity to look fdr a farrii Two bottleS lidnle made wine Miss Mrs Lish Adams and Nannie Sallie Mack Tevis Miss Clarinda Thompson ol Jacksons Ferry are Atkinson Thiee pouuds of butter Mrs D J visiting their relatives in this place Simmons Mrs T C Goodwin died at the resi- Â¬ Gallon ico cream Mrs Settle Little dence of her husband July 19 of flux Gallon sberbut Mrs Juo F White and consumption She leaves four Mrs Bettie Little children and many relatives and Black cake Miss Lucy B Miller friends to mourn her departure Mrs C C Chrisman The premium Wheal Is making a btd turn out 25 black cake was baked from Acme bushels being the best to the acre Other MATRIMONIAL- flour crops Bre looking bad There wili be Sponge cakp Jlrsi Willis Hisle Miss Lisaie Corndison daughter of no com in this section Tobacco It Mrs J P Embry This premium parched so Mr Alexander CornellsOrt near Richthat it can not make any mond a M Dr j I Ashbaugh of Chatta- cake was also baked from Acme flour thing One half bushel new wheat W B nooga Tennesse were married in the M Smith Episcopal church Knokxille Tenn on James Jas BEREA HARNESS HOUSES Tuesday July 19th 1S37 at 7 oclock a m by Rev Mr Buchanan Stallion four years old and over W Miss Kate Gilbert who has been so Miss Cornelison and Dr Ashbaugh L Rue T S Burnam very sickj has recovered eo far as to be were fond of each other for some time be Stallion three yea fa old atltl Uliiler able to ride ottt fore tli e Doctor left licre Recently the four McKee ami TraynortT C Rob- Â¬ young lady and her mother went to inson President Fairchiid and wife have Knoxsville on a visit and while there the Stallion two years old and titider goiib loosiehd tho -- iimhier with their marriage eceiMrKd children in Ohio and Illinois three SS Yantis Hilton Burgin Stulliuii mare or gelding one year Our enterprising merchant E T DIED old and under two B H Neale Fish has built quite an extended ware- Â¬ Walker Brothtrs house Iu connection with his new store Willis HJacobs a native of Madison Stallion under one year old C county Ky died near Columbia Mo Tribble R MDndd The old Recitation Hall which stood on the 7th of July aged 69 cars Thoroughbred niare and ctiit Under in front of the hew brick building has been torn down nud reinoVed Improv Â¬ Mrs Elia A Lyler dted at the home one year old Sal Taylor C K Doty Brood mare and horse or mare colt ing the grounds very much Cf her Dr A II Biondin San Antonio Texas on the 15th of July under one year old C Tribble It A Mr George Ames received a severe Deceaied was an aunt of J C Lter ot Sparks hurt a few days ago While Uing a SADDLE HOUSES Richmond and lier husband formerly monkey wrench it slipped aud hitting Stallion four yearn old and over O him lu the side broke one of his ribs represented Bourbon county Ky in the Legislature H Chenault M M Miller Mr McCollum has moved his family Stallion three years old and under Mrs Paulina Smith wife of Presley down lo their new home near Arthur Smith cx Slieriff of Madison county died four no entriwe Hansons They are building an ad- Â¬ Stallion two years old and under in Richmond Ky on Monday July 25th dition to their iiou e aud ulherw fsc three M B Aibuckle 1SS7 at 2 oclock A m after an illness of improving their place Stallion marc or gelding one yenr several years Tlie burial occurred in old and under two J O Brooks Juo BUCKEYE- Richmond cemetery on Tuesday Mrs Smith was a daugher of the late Wesley Hi lc Stallion under one year old A C Now beforb in lies Ihe CtiMAX Parrish DunuC C Chrisman Of the journalistic press Miss Katie Burton aged 15 years died ROCKAWAY JUNO And I liable to bid it welcome at the home of lier grandfather Lewt6 And predict its fond success Marc or gelding Ed Hume C T Bybec in Richmond Ky on Friday May naught ever Cap the Climax Fox morning July 22nd 1887 of typhoid Of its pages pure and bright SADDLE KINO fever May it yield a mighty power Fastest and best pacer or racker A Through the land of truth and right CONCERNING FARMERS- - C Dunn J N Hendren Everything is oklng mnch better FANCY ItlNQ In Lincoln county 50 fat hogs sold at anil the farmers are much more cheer- Â¬ 4 Bulcher cattle 21 to 3 cents Jerry Fanciest turn out A S Henderson ful since the rain Maxwell sold 520 Tennessee sheep for RC II Covington Now the foregoing lines must be the 1100 Horse for general utility regardless true poetry of inspiration that we Iu Scott oouuty a lot of hogs sold at of sex Wm Todd T T Sandldge Boy rider under 14 years old Joe read about for I certainly had uo 4 25 Lambs are worth 325 per thought of making a rhyme when I head or 4J cents Cattle 1400 lbs Chenault Jno W Francis seized my pen n moment ago to scrib- Â¬ itAIMf ES3 iujcd 450 1100 lbs 360 Last week 3T ble a word of greeting to the Climax yewriings sold atS14 to 17 per head Fastest ftalllon mare or gelding one and tell Mr Tipton that the editor In Mercer county hogs are worth 4 J year old and under two B H Neale tifthe Register was said to be really with eilvy at the handsome cents Lambs 4 to 4 cents Last R S Ward Greeh Bast mare or gelding any age MeKee appearance of the new paper But week four cars of lambs were bought at I nudTraynor O H Chenault that price Cattle 2 to 3 centst dont want any Ixuly to know that 1 SECOND DAY said anything about It H N Smith Trenton N has sold 1 The Third Annual Fair of theKlrks villu Association was held in the wood bind of T S Burnam near Klrksvllle on lat Friday and Saturday A large crowd was In attendance on both days and the usual quantity of rain that has fallen upon tht3 occasion for the past few years came on both days The dls playin nil departments was exceptional lygood ami evidenced that the manage Â¬ ment has awakened In the reelings of the exhibitors u blgh deftrefe of com- Â¬ petitive interest The stock show especially was of a much higher grade than ever before The best of order prevailed and the fair was iu every way a success The dinner too tint was a big success The people from other parts of the county have beeu taught by the experience of the past to expect good dinner whenever they go to the Kirksyille Fair So they expected ft and got it too Everybody Invited everybody else to dinner ahd every- Â¬ body accepted everybodys invitation Â¬ PERKINS 5 D F Ambrose and wife of Lexing Â¬ ton are visiting Mr nnd Mrs H B Robinson uf this place Elder O W Young is conducting camp meeting services near Back Â¬ woods school house with four additions to date Albert Doeier nlld play Fowler both promising young tjten o Mils place Will leaVe Monday jor Shelby County where they will engage iu business THE BU THE CRUSH AND FORD Asher Bros tills week Mr Wm McCortl was thrown rom his horse one day lnot week and his leg very much bruised mill is iu operation GEKML 1 1 BiHilBSBlVHBKiilflHlHSBBlnilHBHBHiSlllB EXCITEMENT 1 t AT COST AT COST I l iAnliirjAii r 11 AUE Selling But lit Cost -- ON ACCOUNT OF- - R -- OVAL ABOUT TO athIns OF OUR- - AUGUST FIRST timmer Business The Whole Country is Glad Arnolds Bnilfling on First St next door to STOUFFERS I CLOTHING HOUSE COME EARLY and GET BARGAINS Â¬ Â¬ MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE I I MUSId MAKES OTHEES DANCE We have begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture rind complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our iFX-i-A-OI- E Dry Goods I ani doli Sk House of I R JhIjS tf F C KAYS J I B SMALL -- OPIT SYSTEM With Us Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods any where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to son-m-la- Leave Your Money - cents per yard cents per yard Linen Lawns at 15 cents per yardj former price 30 and So cents Handsome Dress Goods at 10 12 and 15 cents per yard re duced from 15 20 and 25 cents Ginghams for Dresses 71 cents former price 10 cenfs White Goods 5 7 10 aud 12- cents former price 7 10 15 and 20 cents Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from G Elegant Box Suits at 1250 reduced from 20 Only a few loft Elegant Box Suits at 1750 reduced from 20 Have only a few Lawns Lawns 3 5 - at at W G PEYTON HAS RECEIVED A A GENERAL REDUCTION OX ALL DRESS GOODS 0 FIFTY 1EU CENT 1 Heavy Brown Domestic 5 cents per yard Bleached Domestics at 6 cents per yard Ladies1 Hose at 10 cents a pair well worth 15 cents Ladies nose at 25 cents a pair well worth 40 cents Ladies Hose at 35 cents a pair well worth 50 cents Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 50 cents a pair worth 75 cents Ladies Silk Hose at 75 cents a pair worth 125 Childrens Hose also at greatly reduced prices Ladies lvid Gloves at 50 and 75 cents a pair well worth 1 and 125 Ladies Linen Heiiistitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs at S cts Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and finality at greatly reduced prices Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 1 50 a pair worth 2 Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 2 a pair worth 275 Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cfclits n pair worth 1 Mens Shoes at 2 a pair worth 250 Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 Mens Shoes at prices that will astonish you Our entire line of Straw Hats at half price to close out Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents All our wrens Colored Shirts go at half price to close out All bur liht colored Mens Hats go at half price to close out OF THE CELEBRATED J Springy w Â¬ m The nut door meeting which has been in prngrees for two week at Point Lowell on the Kentucky river closed last Sunday with n big basket dinner and a copious refreshing rain which was warmly welcomed and thankfully received even by those of the people on the ground who could uot obtain shelter for either themselves or their horses The meeting was conducted uuder the auspices of lie v Owen Young of the Christian Church assisted by Reverends Cunningham of Illinois aud Cunning of Florida and was very successful There were tweaty five additions to lite church and much interest was manifested throughout Lyters Straw Hats cut half iu two at J C july20 tf Patronize SPLENDID BARGAINS IN CLOTHING Mens Suits tit 400 reduced from 500 Mens Suits at 500 reduced from SG00 Mens Suits at 750 reduced from 1000 Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 Mens Suits at 1250 reduced from 1800 Joys and Childrens Suits from S200 up to 750 rqduced from 300 S400 500 600 8750 S1000S1250 MITCHELL WAGONS For which he is sole agent for the counties This wagon has year - The Register announced last parents in this place He is a fpeciil Pension Examiner located in Washington City and receives a salary of 2400 per week that notwithstanding the terrific heat several j oung children were born in town this street bought out the stock of Mr 15 week It failed to state how many old Biirgin und Is continuing the boot and children or other persons were born shoe business at the old stand two Miss Judith Estill formerly of this doors Mow the Second National Bank county now of Covington well known Mr Wallace has beeu salesman for to very many of oar readers nud Miss Mr Burduaud understands the busi Â¬ Helen Rogers of that city have been visit ness log the family of Col T S Moberlcy Mi Est HI is still in the county Mi Eccentric Bees goae home A hive of bees at the houc of Mr Ilogqre has William Col Win Irvine of Richmond was in near Richmond Biggs swarmed in Iho usual way two or town on Monday looking remarkably three weeks ago They settled ou a well for a man only one year younger cedar tree and contrary to all Knowl Â¬ than one who considers himself quite an edge of bee customs they went to work old man He had declined to come to making honey on the limb Tho Lexington to live as he contemplated at quantity has grown steadily day by J one time Lexington Gaxcttc day and Is now about the Ize of a Mrs Ann Lctcherr Mr C T Fox half bushel basket Were it on a locust Mif felnrgarct Parrish Mrs E Burgin tree we would suggest loeusls aiirtl Kailc Burgin and Messrs T DChenault Wild honey James Bennett Esotn Burgin II J Strang French Tipton Wm Crutchcr Mammoth Cave Excursion Â¬ A limited excursion Mill leave Lex Wettgr Burgin William Martin Thomas Wm Farley ington on Tuesday August 10ih 1SS7 II Hart William G While T E Arnold C B Prather George W to Mammoth Cavcand return These all of this tawn excursions have been for two summers PicVek Jack Freeman and cnunty have gone to Estill Springs a source of pleasure and enjoyment In K ail tio have beeu fortuuate enough to within the last week Also Mr J Barnes and family B F Robituon A G purchase tickets The round trip ticket Trimble Miss Is only 050 Handsome conolMW run Peters Bruce Trimble G Nancy Triible A B Ratlin and family ilirgugh without change A charming Porter of Lcx coterie of pretty women nnd handsome of Mt Sterling P of Joe WiUierspoon of Winches11 A gentlemen have gone on ifiejivtiips ipwn and have cdvne baok always de Â¬ ter R E W hers of Cincinnati nuc lighted The exowsivn is under the paici through Richmond within the place nMpk e3 of the Broadway Christian same time going to the tame welt Ihurfh Lexingtou iu tho interest of Estill Springs iwtve not been so patronized for years he C W B M Â¬ Dodd CORRECTKD WERKLY BY Saddle mare or gelding two years CO WEBER LOPER old ami under three W L Rue Jno Live Stock Commission Merchants at Anderson Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Saddle stallion mare orgelding one Covington Stock Yards year old nnd uuder two J O Brooks CINCINNATI OHIO JULY 25tli 1S87 Saddle mare uuder one year old J N Hendren J W Duncan SHIPPING CATTLE Brood mare and mule coll Dudley S 75 Good to Extra 4 00 Fair to Good 3 o 3 60 Tribble E Sanders 2 759 3 00 Walking lnnre or gelding any nee gammon to Fair Extra Oxen 3 25 3 50 W J Fiizpatrlck J Stone Walker Fair to Good Oxen 2 50 3 00 1 75 Common and Rough 2 25 SWEBfSTAKES BUTCHER CATTLE Saddle Stallion any age O H Chen- Â¬ Good to Extra 3 60 3 75 ault M M Miller Fair to Good 3 25 3 co Saddle mare or geldiuglmy age W Common to Fair 3 5ug 3 65 L Rue Joe Chenault Good to Extra Cows 3 50 3 25 Pair to Good Cows Harness mare or gelding four years 3 35 3 50 oo 3 25 old and over McKee and Traynor E Common Cows 3 1 75 1 50 Cows and Oxen Rough B Hume BULLS Harness mare or gelding three years Best Shipping 2 85 3 00 Best Bologna 3 506 2 75 old and under four T T Sandldge Fair Bologna 3 339 2 40 Scott Hudson Fair to Good Feeders 2 0O 1 50 Harness mare or gelding two years 1 50 Common and Thin 2 00 old ant tinder three R P Fox Jr C FEEDERS AND STOCKERS W Cobb Good Extra Steers 3 2 3 50 Harness marc one year old B H z fl Fair to Good Steers 3 25 Good to Extra Heifers 2 50Q 2 75 Neale J W Duncan Combined saddle and harness ranro Common and Thin Stockcrs 2 oo 2 25 or gelding any age Joe Chenault T COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 37 0045 00 T Sandldge Fair to Good 25 0035 00 Harness stallion any age WIi Rue Common 15 oo23 00 E B Hume Bct Veal Calves 4 75 5 00 Fiir to Good- 3 75 4 50 1 50 Comuion and Heavy 3 50 Booth Privileges SPRING LAMBS booth and other privileges on the The Good Extra Heavy f 6 75 7 00 Good Butcher 5 no2 50 Richmond Fair Grounds have been let W E Luxon leraoimde 6 00 as follows Fair Butchers 5 S Common and Tail Ends 3 5o 4 00 sfattdTI76 Joe Mackey public din Â¬ HOGS ing roam S330 bquire Cobb barber 9 J 4 8iop Select nitcherp 5 Alex Norris baggage Iiirto Goo J Packers 5 oojg 5 30 room S83SS Drummer White priv- Â¬ f Good to Extra Lights 5 2VS 35 hitching hrrsea 45 Charlie oo Ligrt Pigs 5 15 ilege of 13 10 Kou jhs and Scalawags 3 o8 4 00 Burnam lioot black privilege SO-flf- J J Brooks the drug gist DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers his professional services to the public Ofliee same as Bennetts law office up stairs over Heriidous drug tore corner of Main and Secoud streets Richmond Ky We have made a general reduction in of Madison and Estill the prices of every thing in our House THESE GOBS MUST GO MO SUPERIOR 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 INDISPUTABLE FACTS Care- Â¬ Sell You A Gooa TMmUe SMn Come and See For Yourself Examine Critically and Compare fully every thing is under price ALL KINDS OF Gr W Jk foe O N ixtyOne Dollars ThT Persons wishing to examine this wagon g7 can do so by calling at my store on Main street Richmond J - J el Tills powder never varlea A wholcbomenesn eoojomloul I hnn the onllnnrr 1clnfls itnd cannot heboid In compettlinn Willi the jnav timaesoK low iitMioriweiguiaunionpuTs piaf powders Hold only In cans Hovai UAKINO IOWDElt Co 10O Wall HtNjf CARPETS MATTXEBTG RUGS and II GXiOTHS TimiffKIS BEY SSOOBSj US WW vSBf Hi COTHESe BOOTS UEtili and SHOlSSj SEA7S Absolutely Pufe man ot are away dowia isx price set purity Ktreuth and ilor EBS w as la Jnue 21 tf II jiuo23tf HJ STRENGSore Msminof St It Xaousqille e W JuMIJ rf CL PETOIsr Q imi a ttr nrm i I I CTWj1 s E RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL USEFUL CARE OF HORSES FEET USEFUL ND SUGGESTIVE The Complicated and recullar Structure --Td fcrein a iplco mill grind a handÂ¬ Dont ask a convalescent if ho Faith is tho soul of religion and or the Equina Hoof would like this or that Jo cat and drinkv ful bf raw rice through it works are the body Cotton No foot no horse This old wiag but prepare the delicacies Anl present Grow aad use more fruit and vegeÂ¬ A Japanese church of fortytwo is trite but true With defective feet them in a tempting way tables and less hog and hominy members has been organized at Ban a horse is useless a misery und it ro Early lalo and often is the proper A large percentage of malarial dis- Â¬ Francisco proach to its ovrner Naturally there rule to be observed in tho feeding of eases and fevers could bo avoided by How often do we look Upoh God as are no lame horses The hoof trained young poultry Do not forget that proper attention to home sanitation We go OUf last and feeblest resource by long usage to contact with tho young chid a are infants Farm Field Chatham Courier to Him because we have nowhere elsa ground soft and hard sand clay or and Stockman It has been shown by experience to go rock becomes lough but yielding The farmer often fails ot a market that a pig digests a larger percentage Two of the wealthiest Episcopal wears but little and rapidly repairs tho his product In of grain converting it into animal in-Â¬ churches in New Yolk Grace and vraste by wear A wild horse is never because he docs not get He may crease than a steer cow or sheep for TrinltVi have determined to make Ulclt shod and it might then bo reasoned proper shapecombine selling manufacturing sometimes Do not use nostrums or remedies pews free to M pulle that shoeing is the cause of the defects witu agricultural production to his adÂ¬ suggested for diseases of animals Until There are now in the PresV terian in the feet of our domestic animals you shall be sure tho animal is affect- Â¬ Church in Ireland more than 650 con- Â¬ And one would be not far from the vantage Bannna Tarts Take a rich rrd ed with ths particular disease to bo gregations with C20 ministers and over truth were he to hazard this deduction banana and wrap in a thin fold of pta Cured - from the premises 102000 communicants crust put into a bnsk oven and bake To clean satin that has becomo The horses hoof consists of horn The Schoolmasters Clubl ex until the crust is brown and flakey Eat greasy sponge lengthwise never claimed Tommy reading from tho which is identical in composition with across the width with bcnulnc alco Â¬ newspaper etin and hair Horn is simply a solid with powdered sugar or lemon sauce My Jlminyll shouldnt hol or borax water Press on the like to go to his schooll mass of hair compacted into a fibrous Boston Budget Fine wood cabinets should be wiped wrong side Indianapolis Journal substance or a hard tough insensible There are 1000 more ministers of General C M Clay who has the gospel in londoH than therp dth skin It is identical in composition out with soft cloth the corners espec Â¬ ially may be brushed with a small hair handled a great many sheep says it also with the nails and claws of other missionaries in ail patta bf animals and all these are merely pro-Â¬ whisk If the surface has been pol Â¬ wont do to Use the bid fashioned shep Id Ucalhcn and Mohammedan world longations of the sldn tissue grown for ished and is grown dull with age ot herds crook on ljltidern neavysnebp the number being 4000 and 3000 reÂ¬ protection of the sensitive tissue under use a very little linsccd oil on a wool Â¬ Tho waV W hold Ihenl is to put the arm spectively irbund tho heck Kational View it and with tvhich it is connected by a en rag may bo used to go over it God is the whole life of our soul delicate nervous and vascular connec Â¬ Good Cheer Celery soup is made by washing All the powers of the mind do not find Farmers would find it rb tlkclf ad Â¬ and cutting celery into small pieces tive tissue The horn of a hoof pro Â¬ their aim till they find God In Him ceeds from the skin of the leg at the vantage to corn mutton in a weak blanching and boiling with water salt the heart finds its happiness the rea The and nutmeg Then pass it through a son coronet and the horn matter is con brine for home consumption its truth the will its true freedom cected directly with the outer skin c r hams can be smoked and used like sieve and thin it with meat or chicken Lulhard dried beef or they can be boiled The broth The addition of cream im- Â¬ epidermis Under the horn are found Dr Happer the veteran Presbyter the lamina or leaves of the foot which corned mutton will be found an agree Â¬ proves it Ian missionary in China is raising able change from sausage ahd spare Â¬ are extremely sensitive ami ore con It is a great mistake to clean brass money for the college in Canton He nected with the intricate system of rib Christian at Work articles with acid as they very soon has received ft subscription of 23000 Beef Tea for Invalids Take one become dull after such treatment nerves circulatory vessels tendons fur ft professorship in the new college and tissues of the foot and pound of juicy lean beef and mince it Sweetroll and putty powderj followed H Independent those in turn are attached to Fut it with its juice in an earthen by soap and Water Is one of the best Society The the bones threo in number upon vessel in one pint of tepid water Let mediums for brightening brass and English Church Missionary mission Â¬ has seven European stand one hour Slowly heat to boil Â¬ copper Good Cheer which the foot is built up These three it aries and forty native clergy at work bones are the lower end of the coronet ing point Let boil three minutes A simple plan of stopping bleeding with 9iQ00 cURlnluhl bone which bears the weight of the strain through a colander and stir in a of the nose has lately been advised in West Africai scholars calit3 And 7bofl in 90 schools littte salt Toledo Blade shank of the lower limb the coffin 01 Urasp nrmly tho nose Witu the linger and seminaries There were 1228 Jumbles Rasp on some good sugar and thumb Jor ten or fifteen minutes pedal bone and the navicular or sesa Â¬ Public Opinion moid bone which is much like a pulley the rinds of two lemons dry reduce it by thus completely stopping the move Â¬ baptisms last year Bowdoin Collcgo has received and is so in fact for the flexor tendon to powder and sift it with as nlUcn ment of air through the nose which 5000 bequeathed it by the late Judge of the foot plays over it These bones more sugar as will make up a pound in displaces freshly formed clots you will Mix it with one pound of favor the clotting of the blood and Barrows to found two or more Whit are connected with an elastic cushion weight Also by the will more Scholarships a part of the frog This clastic frog is flour four well beaten eggs and six will frequently stop hemorrhage of the late Mrs A C Dummer of Hal connected with a spongy or cellular ounces of Warm butter drop the mix Â¬ Contrary to what the practice of receive between horny cushion which grows in the cen Â¬ ture oh buttered tins and bake the many poultry keepers would indicate lowell the college will scholarships and 20000 ter of tl e sole and projects backward jumbles In a very slow oven from twen Â¬ the digestive apparatus of fowls does general and 25000 for Congrega- Â¬ college purposes between the heels This frog is tho ty to thirty minutes They should be not require that grain be soaked before tionalism support of the center of the foot and pale but perfectly crisp DemoresVs feeding In fact to soak the grain is The mission of the American Bap Â¬ when it receives pressure from tho Monthly to fill the birds crop with a quantity of tists in Lower Burmah is a very strong When linen has turned yellow cut water to no purpose weight thrown upon the leg it acts As a rule fed upon the clastic frog which distributes up a pound of fine white soap into a dry the grain is better relished and and successful one There are engaged the pressure sidewise as well as up gallon of milk and hang it over a fire properly digested Farm Field and in it 34 missionaries and three medicalÂ¬ helpers with sixty three female misward and expands the hinder part of in a wash kettle When the soap has Stockman There arc 122 ordained sionaries the hoof which is a mass of tendons completely melted put in the linen and To bake chicken dismember the and cartilages and intended to di- boil it about half an hour then take it joints in th s same manner as for stew Â¬ pastors 346 self supporting churches Â¬ vert the shocks which would otherwise out Have ready a lather of soap and ing lay the pieces in a shallow dish and 156 receiving aid The membercome directly upon the bones of the water wash the linen in it and then and pour over the meat sweet cream in ship of the churches is 25857 and there are ten thousand children in the schools rinse it through two cold waters with foot by their side motion proportion of one half cup to each The bones and clastic frame work of a very little blue in the last Indian-Â¬ chicken- season to taste Baste occa Â¬ of the mission Some gems rescued from the col the foot are covered by a thick net apolis Journal sionally with the liquor formed by the lection of small boy definitions gath- Â¬ work with hollow spaces and canals A correspondent of the Farmer ad Â¬ cream and the juice of the meatj atid for the passage of nerves and blood vises farmers to try to feed all the as fast as the pieces get browned turn ered by a Massachusetts teacher from her examination papers Hazardous vessels This network is firmly at-Â¬ grain they can pay for Then their them Indianapolis SentineL A female hazard Femur The largest tached to the bones and elastic springs lands will be constantly increasing in - - T fcr bone in the human body it is situated and cushions of the foot and to the fertility He believes that feeding fries DRESS MATERIALS in the car Spine A collection of inner wall of the horny hoof including of good breeds will pay a good interest the sole The outer attachment con- Â¬ on the capital invested even where all Some or the StylUh Fabrics Used In the small bones extending from the head to the feet Ash hcels A Greek hero sists of the lamina the seat of the the food is purchased but when pigs Construction of Summer Toilets Probably A costume ot foulard silk always calls celebrated in antiquity disease known as lanynitis are fed largely on skimmed milk from These Golden Days consist of thin leaves or plates 600 or a dairy farm the profits are really for universal admiration and is re-Â¬ Achilles During the last twenty years the 600 in number ferred to as so nice and lady like and having in liberal for education nil from 20000 to 80000 minute Dirt floors are always damp Tho And the approval is well deserved The amount expended secondary leaves These lamina are warmth of the animals attracts mois-Â¬ foulard gown Is light in weight and re- through tho Pcabody Fund has been interleaved with an equal number of ture from below to a certain extent fined in appearance and plenty of ma- Â¬ 1629246 distributed as follows Ala- Â¬ Arkansas 92200 103475 primary and secondary horny laminae Dirt is an excellent substance but the terial is the only requisite to a charm- Â¬ bama 123727 or plates which interlock with the best results from its use are obtained ing effect The silk is so soft and light Florida 72074 Georgia vascular and sensative laminae and when it is scattered liberally over a that not only does it fall naturally into Louisiana 96870 Mississippi 88303 so form a most amazing extent of con Â¬ wooden floor It is an excellent disin- Â¬ folds but will fall to the figure so much North Carolina 138315 South Caro- Â¬ Tennessee 77950 309975 necting surface by which the horny fectant and absorbent and therefore that appearance of scantiness is often lina 122380 Virginia 267599 tissue is secreted and repaired A purifies the stalls Tho ground is not the result hence the demand for ample Texas West Virginia 137010 Golden Rule large amount of moisture is also se- Â¬ a proper floor There should always drapery creted by these lamina and carried by be some dry substance betwoen the an Â¬ Among the foulards some striped eta WIT AND WISDOM horny attachments through small tubes imal and the ground Troy Times effects are especially smart one shows or pores to the outer part of the hoof heliotropo stripes alternating with Troth loses half of its virtue when and this water serves to keep the horn stripes of crcahi on which are electrical MAKING PLAY OF WORK soft elastic and tough When this se figures of heliotrope The same effect it is told with an effort Teach or The girl who marries for money creting connective tissue is diseased A Practical War orand OrderlyChildren to is shown in green and cream red and Be Neat and becomes unable to perform its nat Did you ever hit on this way to get a cream and old blue and white Striper often gets a fool thrown in Judge ural office the material for the new cluttered sitting room put to rights by of fine flowers alternate with stripes in Have the grass cut if you want growth of born and the moisture are the very folks who have brought about a solid color and stripes entirely of thr your lawn a la mowed Boston Com-Â¬ no longer supplied the hoof becomes in chaos itself The children think many hued blossoms are also seen A mercial Bulletin it contracted hard dry and brittle The it great fun to overturn chairs black stripe has next to it a white one Never strain your eyes in trying to tightly inclosed and highly sensitive hang rugs on them for tent doors and on which the buds scarlet and green see tho good you have done in the to interior parts of the foot also become strew the carpet with playthings and are daintily placed the entire contrast world ltd Bits extremely painful because of the presÂ¬ snippings of paper to drop books pic Â¬ suggesting the suitability bf black When a woman gets to be a little sure of the shrunken and unyielding ture cards building blocks and dolly velvet and white lace as trimming sulky her wagon tongue be-Â¬ lwrn which exerts such a compressive and her wardrobe just where comminglings are comes silent Horsemans Guide the new-Â¬ The force upon the denser parts of the foot est tack of their latest play left them particularly good and merit the com- Â¬ Do noble things not dream them all day long as sometimes to rend them apart This but it is not always fun either for you mendation they receive Heliotrope if And so make life death and that vast forever One grand sweet song explains the reason why any disease of or them to get all this litter and clut- Â¬ shown with hair lines of white someKingtley the interior parts of the hoof cause ter picked up and cleared away times singly and sometimes in groups Brilliancy is not necessarily an in-Â¬ such intense pain and lameness of several lines forming stripes while And Of late we have made a little game it most clearly illustrates the truth of of such work by giving each child so dark gray two shades of mode dark dication of superior value A new the old adage for a diseased foot is many breadths of the carpet and all green and brown have large half circles nickel coin is brighter than an old tantamount to no foot at all that might be upon them to put in per-Â¬ in single lines and contrasting colors silver dollar Considering this complicated and pe-Â¬ fect order There are five breadths in thrown here and there upon them On a card in a Philadelphia street The corded foulard is a novelty culiar structure of the horses foot it our sitting room carpet and at such a It car is this legend Advertising is a is apparent thnt it needs the corner in the disorderly state of tho is in white cream rose pale blue great deal like making love to a widow closest supervision and the most care- room T give two breadths not consec- Â¬ pale yellow and heliotrope and the de-Â¬ it cant be overdone ful protection from harm Let us now utive lengths to each of the two older signs upon it are tiny conventional Sound travels a good deal faster in follow a horse in its perfect natural children and the fifth breadth to tho blossoms or quaint figures in the flower tints The heliotrope which is in a shado calling a hired man or boy to dinner condition into the hands of a careless little choosing for her than it does in the morning up a pair and ignorant driver the strip of carpet that has the least sufficiently light to be called lilac as of of stairs Billings Almanac The animal is introduced into a litter upon it When little children old has a tiny bud in garnet upon it The man who is too busy to be a stable the floor of which is saturated have keen interest in such work it is and is made up with the skirt showing1 with wet manure or consists of hard surprising how swiftly and deftly they a decoration of dark heliotrope velvet gentleman during his active business unyielding slippciy plank He is will straighten rugs fold papers pick just about the lower edge The drap life generally finds it impossible to be taken to work and put on hard rough up shreds and litter and pack away cry which looks almost like another one when he retires from trade skirt is finished with a hem drawn up stony roads which jarnd strike the playthings We stand serene at sunny points foot as with the blows of a hammer From end to end of their carpet in a graceful way at each side and ar-Â¬ in life and to them who smile at see- Â¬ The horse is urged to his utmost speed breadths our small people go setting ranged in the back to present a bouffant ing us glad say nothing of the interval as he descends a hill by the force of tho back chairs making neat piles of the effect The bodice is one of the pretty of storms Mrs A D T Whitney descending vehicle lehind him and the scattered books and papers that clutter round ones so much liked a becoming Wife O you neednt think you whip of his thoughtless driver Eery the tables and shelves winding the fullness being arranged just in tfce cen- Â¬ ter of the back and at each side of the can slide out of that lie so quickly as stop brings the weight of the fore straggling threads in mammas spool Husband my quarters doubled by the velocity and and yarn baskets if they chance to be closing The broad belt is also of the all that the entire I dont to dear morning spend Ive got the descending force upon the fore on their territory winging the hearth velvet and is pointed in front The if necessary Tid Bits feot These blows strike most pain and patting up plump and smooth high collar is of tho velvet and above Small Man furiously Who struck fully upon the sensitive connections chair and lounge pillows till even it shows a fold of fancy silk ribbon the which support the interior parts of the mammas sharp eyes can not see anÂ¬ same shade The sleeves stand high at my friend Large man contemptu- Â¬ foot in their balanccin the center of the other raveling to pick or one more pa- Â¬ the shoulders and are gathered U ously I did what of it Small Man timidly but struck firm outer crust of the hoof The clas-Â¬ per to fold She can quietly go on broad cuff like wristbands of velvet tic cushion is unable to divert the with her sewing or mending all through they are very smart and add materially with a bright idea didnt you hit him Harvard Lampoon whole of the force and jar of the violent a long afternoon while her room is al Â¬ to the dressy air of the gown With a daisy paste impact and the bones of the foot reÂ¬ ternately being put in and then put out this costume is worn a heliotrope straw We have onr opinion of the woman ceive the blows The very sensitivo ot order only she must be wise enough bonnet decorated with loops of helio- Â¬ who deliberately steals a mans affec- Â¬ coverings of the bones are bruised to plan that the former comes last on trope velvet and garnet grosgrain rib-Â¬ tions away from his wife As for the and become inflamed and the the programme before their supper or bon The parasol is made of material mans affections they arc worth about like the gown horse is unable to move freely in bed time hour comes two cents per thousand pounds He Among the wool materials both plain would make good stuffing for a sand Â¬ a word he is lame The animal The children are so quick to notice is taken to the blacksmith who cuts and herald each others oversights and and fancy stuffs are shown combina Â¬ bag N Y Journal down the hoof walls pares away the any slovenliness in this play work of tions of the two usually being arrang- Â¬ Mine Booster I you its one frog lowers the bars and disturbs tho clearing sections of the room that I ed However if one wants a gown of the biggest mines tell in Nevada Im for general wear it is lik ly to prove Â¬ lovel of the foot consequently interfer- have little need to call their attention sure you will invest after ing with the natural position of the in- Â¬ to any article or scrap left out of place less tiresome if made entirely of plain shownthat a few pmts Cautious Ive you terior bones and the natural angle of Even the baby will trot apross the goods in one of the pretty shades in Granger Pd sooner see some Old of tho thorn with the shank bone The result room to provokingly point to a wrink-Â¬ vogue Heliotrope mode mastic gray is that the tendons arc practically led rug or an overlooked toy on a strip old blue dark green and mixed color- Â¬ quartz Harpers Bazar Two men were arguing in a pas- Â¬ shortened by the disturbance of the of her little sisters territory and ings are noted in cloth cashmere alignment of the bones and become gravely say See there If a chair serge and all the pretty soft suitings ture field with only aa goat for an audi Â¬ sprained and inflamed The loss of or tabic with its tumbled heap ol Plaids and stripes are both in favor ence In reply to statement of one The the protecting cushion causes the sole books or papers stands on two carpet and a smart toilet may be obtained by the other said I know but to be bruised hy stones and rough breadths the exacting little landhold- Â¬ having a kilt skirt of plaid goods and goat took him at his word and the argu- Â¬ places on the road and this adds to ers require each other to put to rights a postilion bodice of plain cloth in a ment was continued on the other side the trouble The hoof is further just such a part as stands on their di Â¬ harmonizing color The blue known of the fence Philadelphia Press by being rasped on the outer sur-Â¬ vision of territory and the chair bas-Â¬ as plantation is seen mingled with Conductor next staÂ¬ face where the deep tubes in the horn ket or stand I have seen the little tots white in a large plaid and crossing tion Granger catching up his car-Â¬ this at regular intervals are broad bars pet bag and umbrella Says Docs tho which convey the moisture from the good naturedly lug away together of dark blue velvet This is made up train stop there inner connective tissue are opened and Clarissa Potterin Good Housekeeping Conductor No with plain plantation blue The same passengers have to jump as we go over the escape of this moisture i permit Â¬ Providing Lime for Fowls design is shown in brown and white the bridge Granger makes for tho ted The horn soon dries and becomes and green and platform with the carpet bag bouncing brittle shrinks cracks on the slightest Lime in some form is indispensable black and white injury or becomes reduced to powder for the formation of egg shells and white Another mixture of velvet and from seat to seat Burlington Free by degradation and dcatli It is easily should be within reach of the fowls at wool has a broad stripe of brown alter- - Press in seen that the horse must soon becomo all times Lime from an old ceiling or rating with one of It may be said that the hardest useless to a large extent and this is bricklayers rubbish is suitable Egg cram fashion and just at the pleating of thing in the world is to do just right really the case with a large number of shell arc also excellent but should not the stripes are bars of brown velvet that ones self and that the easiest thing in regularly follow each other in ladder farm and draft horses be given without first being finely the world is to see where others fall It is a question if under the ordinary broken or hens may thereby be taught style This pattern is in tho samo line short of doing just right But there is conditions of work horses would not to eat their own eggs Oyster shells of colors as the last Other fancy stuffs no reason why one should shrink from be better without any shoes so that so often recommended are of little show frise stripes in floriated patterns undertaking to do the hardest thing or their hoofs could preserve their natural value Lime water is the most effect- Â¬ upon contrasting grounds garnet and should be satisfied with doing tho hard tough and healthful condition ual remedy for hens laying soft shelled gold are on dark green and white and easiest Philadelphia Sunday School It is no proof that this is impossible to eggs a few spoonfuls to a pint of water davk browninare on mode with velvet Times Flowers silk alternate say that a horse which has always been is f officient Egg shells broken finely shod soon becomes lamo when left un Â¬ and mixed with the meal are also use Â¬ or satin stripes on the plebeian wool asked Dont you think MrBluemarck Miss Noisygirl sweetly thai shod A man who has always worn ful Hens in their natural state neces- Â¬ and every thing is done to beautify it Too many of cm shoes can not go barefoot but those sarily pick up with their food a in the most artistic way A plainer ef poets are born fect is produced by a silk stripe that are groaned the editor too many ol who have always been barefoot liava large amount of shell forming material em are and with a withering look he appears to be stamped on the material soles of horny toughness which rcsfcft as well as gravel but when fed withÂ¬ so evenly is sharp stones and even the nccdlc like the Alight scratched out nine stanzas of an out these being added and left to their cream stripe is weaving done a silver to J T on Seeing Her Swing Ode sand burrs It is the same with horses seen on mode in a whose hoofs have never been pared or own inclination in picking them up shade on light gray and a very light Hamniocfc at M May 1887 they no doubt obtain a much smaller gray on a darker tone of tho same twisted the remaining four into a misshod and if the colts arc thus reared no doubt there would be less complaint proportion of these necessary adjuncts color These make refined costumes fit sonnet and said wearily to the wait Â¬ of lameness in the feet There are we should therefore endeavor to imi Put it soinewhere nude xnd will look and wear well through ing foreman cases in which thin could not be done tate nature by adding these to then the entire season Butlerick Fclirtt Crash Linens cut folks 11 think but for farm work it is quite possible food American Dairyman its pan of tiie wLBurdcOs tier Pcnty Stewart m H X bun Â¬ -1 Â¬ N5l8ftf PIANO Incidents Showing That Things Are Net Always What They Seem She was a tendcri passionate thing full of all those sweet emotfotiil charms that lead ttf engagerndriti which calmer Ftiaadfli throws it uiflcrcltt light upon Sho sung She did not only try to sing as most young women do She could sing and sho sang She STUDIES AT THE liked pretty sentimental ballads and OttCe forgot thd lldirit and drove a fel low awy bf giving lliiti with fine cx riFSssiail AM fUFgelM enthusiasm that Bid Me advice beautiful musical Ho bade her Good by and Go Good by and went She could not understand what ho meant until through the teautflled eyes she Fcad accidentally the legend drf llie page1 Of music It i heedltJsS to sriy il6 16 turned It is Ho tisd asking how she did It It wouldnt dd you any good Every girl Ha4 her 8wn tbknoiVs Patented way ol bringing a fellow back It is the bnly thing they are distinctly original in except Slaking pie It might not have been tho same girl I dont know Theyre liable to get mixed Wp in stories those girls This one had a sweet voice and a plead Â¬ ing way that was dangerous There arc different kinds of pleading ways dont you know A girl takes a song off tlie piano she is seated on the twist lti3 pianostool arid theres a young fellow in ttrt evening suit With a soli- Â¬ tary stud a corrugated sliirbfrbiiti a fob chain leaning over her with one thumb balanced in his waistcoat pocket and llis right hand playing restlessly with his mustache simply to keep it from dropping around his neck lIsnt tiiat it beautiful sdiig she asks j What ho asks neVeP Itidklrtg at the music but gazing into her eyes O Lay Thy Cheek on Mine Love Then she looks up pleadinjrly She knows there are too many people about for him to do any thing of the kind He blushes a little I have the check but thcro are too many people around he whispers The funniest pleading a girl docs is when she most particularly wants you not to do something she asks you to do That is worth studying But be careful you may misunderstand her But this girl in Oakland had a beau Well he wasnt exactly a beau Ho was a kind of a peep beau They sat in the drawing room Perhaps you dont know why it is called a drawing room Because it is the place where girls draw men out He knew she sang Â¬ Will you hot sing for mo Could she refuse H she hadnt been able to sing she wouldnt have thought of refusing and she could not possibly refuse seeing she could sing So he sat in a chair with that preparatory look of pleasure that h s nothing to do with the song and every thing to do with Ah me But I cant the singer stop to moralize Ive got to go on with this story You have the tableau in your minds eye The maiden just beginning on the lovely ballad tho yonng man gazing at her Now let me Small introduce another character cluld nephew In the noxt room Small child has been listening He is look- Â¬ ing through the crack of the door with a painful expression coming over his face The voice grows more and more impassioned by tho piano and the girls whole soul is in the song There is a tap at tho door a gentle tap The singer turns around stops and says Well what is it deir Tho little pained face becomes pathetic as the child looks at her Please aunty wont you stop that sad noise San Francisco Chronicle REVERSING THE VOW Prosperlty of a Husband Who Was De- termlned to Obey HI Wife A clergyman traveling through the village of Kettle in Fife was called into an inn to officiate at a marriage instead of a parish minister who from some accident was unable to attend and had caused the company to wait for a considerable time While the reverend gentleman was pronouncing the admonition and just as he had told the bridegroom to love and honor his wife the said bridegroom interjected tho words which he and obey thought had been omitted from over- Â¬ sight though that is part of tho rule laid down solely to the wife The minister surprised to find a husÂ¬ band willing to be hen pecked by an- Â¬ ticipation did not take advantage of the proposed amendment on which the bridegroom again reminded him of the omission Ay and obey sir love honor and obey ye ken and he seem- Â¬ ed very seriously discomposed at find- Â¬ ing that his hint was not taken Some years after tho same clergy- Â¬ man was riding through this village of the culinary name when the same man came out and stopped him addressing him in the following remarkable words Dye mind sir yon day when ye married me and when I wad insist upon vowing to obey my wife Wcel ye may now see that I was in the richt Whether ye was or no I hao obeyed my wife and behold I am now tho only man that has a twa story house in the hole toun Baptist Weekly a WITTY SIDNEY SMITH Famous Sayings of the Celebrated Canon That are Worth Kecalllng As Sidney Smith was writing one morning in his favorite bay window a jwrtljwits little man In rusty black was uBhdfdd iii Mayl rtsk what procures mo the honor of this visit asked Sld said tho little man I am Oh ney compounding a history of the distin Â¬ guished families in Somersetshire and have called to obtain the Smith arms I regret sirj Said the tvlt not to ba able to contribute td fio Valuable a wdrk but the fact is the Smiths never had any arms and have invariably sealed their letters with their thumbs It requires said Sidney Smith a Surgical operation to get A joke well Their intd d Scotch rindcistarJding drily idea of wit of ratiior that Inferior Variety of ihe electric tal Jnt which ptd vails occasionally in tiie North and wliicil Hrider thd ririnie Ot wit- is so in- Â¬ finitely distressing Uf jJedplc df godd taste is lamrhinir immoderately at iidikiX Iritcrvals Thcv are so imbued with metaphysics that lltcy even make love metaphysically I overheard a young lady of my acquaintance at a dance in Edinburgh exclaim in a sud- Â¬ den pause of the music What you say my lord is very true of love in the ab- Â¬ Here the fiddlers be Â¬ stract but gan fiddling furiously and the rest was fost Sydney Smith calling one day upon a fdlldW contribtltor to thd EdiMilrtfh Revicwt fddnd hint rcadiilg A book pre Urtrrttofy td writitig an icediirit of it and expostulated with liini I never read a book before to said the wit viewing it it prejudices one so He has rid command Of sonic dnC over liis understanding it is always getting between his1 leg and tripping Kim up j Of niarfiagci Jli rcsoniblcS d piir of shears so joined that they can not be separated often moving in opposite directions yet always punishing say one who comes between them A beautiful young girl walking in Sydney Smiths garden exclaimed on noticing a plant which was in soma Oh Mr Smith this pea way injured Per will never come to perfection mit me then said the host taking her to lead perfection to the pea hand The Court of Chancery is like a boa constrictor which swallows up the es- Â¬ tates of English gentlemen in haste and digests them at leisure Of Mr and Mrs Grote I like them I like them I like him he is so ladyÂ¬ like and I like her shes such a per fect gentleman On the departure of Bishop Selwyn Good- Â¬ for his dioceso in NcW Zealand bye my dear Selwyn I hope VoU will not disagree with the man who cats you Sydney Smith being ill his physician advised him to take exercise on an empty stomach Upon whose empty said he stomach The French certainly understand the art of furnishing better than wo do the profusion of glass in their rooms gives such gaiety I remember entering a room with glass all around it at the French embassy and saw my self reflected on every side I took it for a meeting of tho clergy and was delighted of course Sydney Smith described the futnre condition of Crocker as disputing with the recording angel about the dates of his sins To Mrs Grotc as she was gotting into her carriage for a long journey Go where you will do what j ou maj like say what you please I have the utmost confidence in your discretion St Louis rost Dispatrh Â¬ GRASS AND FIELD fenirI 77 FOUND AT TIIE CASH Estill Springs This well known Mimmer Ihe reeeiMkm now open f iU The IliilliCMl HwlMlr ffnt iirM8eiJ hy any trflier tm Largest nnd mmt complete stock in Kentucky Our niotlo Best fr if guests Ihw eos resert fe ht water Goodiuud and Iiiwesteniitit lnct 70 W r cakkotjLMain at Lvxingloii - Ky GROCERY OF HOUSE lineil Tlie loeutlwn A t Mi dec2lyr Cd UR Shine Julni Alien Pnyneainl lion 1 J Broitur Lexington aecnmnitMlatloiw ed ami delightfcil we refer to f KBEE SQQXa I Â¬ Â¬ Fur further nurtkHifers atldresH citiJohn DVcs will furnish ice to the zens of Richmond an vicinity this seawm Now is the time to make contract for delivery llis licatlquirterx are at the grocery store of J E DU- - on North Second St apr 13 If DYKES ox Jul6 Jamks Bknton Or IS II Hale tfV Irvine Ky North Second Street A full and complete stock of E B WALLACE AND I STAPLE AND FANCY TIIE TIME TO JO TO GROCERIES CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do Confectioneries BUILDING AND CONTRACT Canned Goods WORK reerc and - AT TIIE MOST Dried jFruit Reasonable Hates all VimJs oC BUILDER tka AND GET ONE OF HIS Spring Saddles and plenty of every thing in my line This house is ami in the Lest manner Strict Business OX A tborougblj educated Carpenter and builder ami those contemplating building wJH do well to secure an estimate from him Office at bis rs klenc on Halite Irvine Street j1Uy22tr lie is a Â¬ Strictly CASH Basis At bottom prides full line of lie also has a The best goods are GREAT HQRSE PAIR OF THE STATE kept and sold on very SEVESTH EXHIBITION close margin for cash OF TUB ANNUAL THE fciYE TllIS HOUSE single and double first class terial and best of work Saddles and Ilarness- - ma- Â¬ A ffl TEIAI BARLOW MADISON COUNTY ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD AT Is beating tliem all making the best grade of KY Tuesday August 9 87 RICHMOND AND CONTINUE FOUR DAYS VVWi NEATLY AND PROMPTLY TKOTriNO AND RUNNING RACES TIIE TRACK EACH DAY Mon Co Bonds HE HAS A BIG STOCK OX HAND AISO The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of MadUon county to LouisilIe and Nashville Railroad due in February April July ami October 1SS7 and lSS8 will be paid on maturity at tlie Madison National Bank Richmond Ky tf-C D C1IENAULTCom Meal and Coal Pays highest cash price for Special trains dally to and from Paris LexiBgtoa Ba Winchester vllte htaHtonl Laneoxler UvtBgtea aatf nil frMMHtH readied by the K IT K K s Celebrated Burnt wlH fatatsh Masfe All LAtllea Free es Ihe Flrtt Day T T COVINGTON J T HERNDON Arafetattt wetery S cimry It B TBKKILL rreMet Julv6 5t CjHlhhtHH T1 DOUGLAS mil W HEAT ADRUFF 3fe pny their tK tax get a tag ami phtee upon the collar in uecortluitee wMh the DofT4 vithotit collars ami toga law thus attnuhetl will be killeil 13jl2t J D Ferny City Marshal Ters ons ownlnc Dogs must eall mi II A Uarutv City Tax Collector atw DOGJAX o white-and-bla- ck Â¬ Â¬ three-years-o- ld Â¬ A Long Felt Want Supplied lubricate matters generally They are neatly printed with typo standing ten inches higa and well proportioned on heavy cardboard of a bright Tho set includes the crushed-yellow-dog-tint We have prepared a set of notices for Dakota business men to be hung up in their offices to save talk and following I am Not Out Here formy Health This is My Busy Day I am Something of a Liar Myself I came to the Territory tho Fall BeÂ¬ fore you did Funeral of the Last Agent at 3 p m Improvement Myself Yes it is a Very Hot or Cold or Rainy or Dry day I also have Real Estate I Wish to Sell Yes lam raising a Fund for a Public in-ji-- and Have TDont Care if I do Step Out -- AS A HORNET A Womans Kxaperattngr Kxperlon ce With an Individual Chccklloolc A Chicago bank man who has a love- Â¬ ly wife told a pretty gcod story at his club the other day by way of illustrat- Â¬ ing the proverbial ways of women She had said to him Dear now Im not going to ask j ou for an allowance that is vulgar You put a couple of thou Â¬ sand in bank to my credit give mo a check book and Ill run tho house clothe mj sclf of course pay the ser Â¬ vants and relieve you of so much care The gentleman was struck with the idea After all he said to himself this marriage scrape Ive got myself into promises to pan out Dear good little woman How thoughtful of her So he draw a check Why of course on his own bank deposited it in anÂ¬ other bank to his wifes individual credit and gave her a separate bank and check - book Womanlike she tossed tho bank book into a drawer but held religiously to the check book Long before the month had expired she got a notice from the bank that her ac- Â¬ count was exhausted and the last check had overdrawn it 179 Would she kindly make a new deposit Tho lady was in a furious fume There must bo something wrong she knew She pored over hor chock book counted the stubs and the blank checks and then she knew that tho bank had made a blunder She donned hor now bonnet and wrap and full of the spirit of the occasion and the outrago of the banks insult sailed into the cashier at his window What docs this notice mean she asked in a voice quivering with pas- Â¬ sion It means that your account is over- Â¬ drawn madam thats all It is not sir My husband gave mo this check book and you sec yourself that out of the hundred checks in it I havent used fifty Thoros the book sir see for yourself Of course youll have to explain this to Mr I never was so insulted But my dear madam dont you see yon have drawn out all the money to your credit and 179 besides I just dont caro any thing about that My husband gave me a check- Â¬ book and here less than half of them are used Do you mean to say I am going to lose all of those checks Well Ill go and see my husband about it Hell settle yon dear sir and if I have any influence with him and I think I have both his account and mine shall go out of this bank Chicago Tribune MAD - m bbJBcLTi Walclimaker Watches anil Jeweler DEarjJK i Sfftiliif Tlie Is 3lTLtelie3 prepared to supply his customers with the best Clucks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware etc Special attention given to n9 I Mexican Mustan Sciatica Scratches m SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Liniment Spiini Etraias Stitches EtiftfoiatSr Backache Galli Seres Forfs AT REPAIRING Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver EST Dont forget the place npxt door to the Post tilllce Iticbmoud Ky TIIE LO WEST PRICES Sausage and IYIution Promptly done and in a workmanlike Lumtago Bleu sialism manner Barsv Scald StingT Ccstraeted Hoof Ail Xajcln Iruptiani Bitei Bruise Bunions Corns Scziv Voteu Swiaaty 8addl QalU Uec BY Sparin Cracks FOR SALE Â¬ I THIS GOOD OLD STAND D -- DEAIKR IN FINE- - A GOOD STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE at the best country stand in Madison county We will bo glad to show the stock to any one wishing to buy ELLIS HIGGINS jun22tf Silver Creek Ky Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars c First Street RichmondjKy If 6 Have Come To Stay The underslgnctt having renlrd the shop formerly occupied by L O Schmidt in Richmond Ky is pre- Â¬ pared to do all kinds of forlu OneottbereaxmaforttegTeatpovBUrltTof tho Xtutang Liniment Is found la Its anlTcrsal applicability ETerybodynwdjiacoamnHcln The Lumberman seeds It In ease otaeeldeat Tho IIoBnewlfe needs It for eneral family msa The Caaaler needs It for hs teams and als raeo Tho Mechanic needs It always on his work becct Thn Miner needs It m caae of euwrtf ney The rUneerneedslt cant get aloas without tt Tbo Farmer needs It In his boose his stable and bis stock yard The Steamboat man or the Heatataa needs tin liberal supply afioat and ashore Thu Horse fancier needs It It Is his best friend and safest reliance Tho btack crowcr needs It It wlH saro hha thonsnds of dollars and a irorld of trouble The Railroad mam seeds It and will need It so long as Ms life Is a round of accidents and dancers Tho Backwoodsman needs It There Is noth Inglito it as aa antidote for tho dangers to Bfe limb and comfort which surround the pioneer Tho Merchant needs It about his store amonc his employees Accidents will happen and when these eorao the llustang Liniment Is wanted at once Keep a Bottle In the Haase Tls the best of economy nso It case of accident saxes pain and loss of wages aceoicplUhes for ewrrboJr ex actlywast to claimed Carriage anil Buggy Wcrk NEWBARRODM Keep a Bottle In the Factory Itslmmedlatt Keep a Battle Always la the Stable far se when wanted Repairing Painting c WHISKIES Dakota Bell Sonic thing I Colonel -- What Ailed the Negro The attention of tho passengers in a Texas smoking car was riveted on a strangely acting negro He rocked himself from side to side without ceas ng- - brown-and-whi- te Whats tho matterwithyoti asked Andy Faulkner who was in the car Does yer know Dan McGary Of course I do Well sah ho sold me a silbcr watch for twenty dollars continued the negro still swaying from side to side and cf I stops movin dis heah way de watch dont go no moali Texas Sijlings Not Very Encouraging He had told her of his love in words as fervid as he could and was fever Â¬ ishly awaiting her reply How old arc you Mr Sissy asked the girl in a low sweet tone Im ah hintcen Well the idea of a little tot like you talking love N Y Sun Brooklyn bridge is to be painted to preserve the metal and forty thousand pounds of paint will be required to do it in the- most economical manner u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ which will be done at the lowest fig I have just ojiened a New Bar Room urea and In a workmanlike manner on First Street Fine Orders taken for any stjle of Vehicle Having communication with tlie hevt Manufactories In the country can order nny kind of CarriiiRe in a nhort time and gimrantee perfect fcatia factioii In nil cases The people of Madison county know me and 1 hope to receive a fuirMiare The Sabbath in Paris of their patronage with many thanks The French positively refuse to re Â¬ for past favorerI am cognize Sunday as a day of rest Tho Mist Respectfully French workman seems to identify the A D SMITH on breach of the Sabbath with self respect P S Cull for Lou Smith and vindication of liberty Ho will CALL AND SEE- - ME Julys tf refuse to work for an employer who makes it a condition that he does not work Sunday A church has been known to be kept waiting for neces- Â¬ sary repairs a roof that let in the rain The City needs money and mut because tho curewculd not consent have It Your taxes are past due save to have tho men vwrking Sunday and money by paying the Collector Ofilee at Second Nutioivil Bank the men would notgivuinon the point The first of tho great business houses JulyG tf R A Baulow Steinway 8c Sons to close Sunday was tho Bon Marche and it was predicted that it would soon Hazleton Bros become bankrupt but tho Bon Marche Christie held on its way and in this case virtue earned its own reward and no house New England of the kind has ever flourished proba Â¬ The cnlr 83 SEABrUMS and other Pianos Slum In the world bly as that popular shop has done f w HliT fit Ani Tho large shops in Paris arc now closed Klnest itlfl TiCTfnct Button warranted Vovgnsa uw wco ou styles toe A3 T vT anj Sunday and the majority of tho smaller strlUu sail durable as SSf e rf3 hi r Chicago Cottage Organs ones ravBut the worlangman proper uioso colons 5a or is vF - r t JXIUlLAS holds out He holds to tiie principle of 83SO SII012 excel suocs Al X working Sunday and testing Monday iue sjor emcrsarer- - JF neca isiS PIANOS AMD OftUANS FOB RENT UU3 Boston Globe a Rent applied as part payment To kill a dov muffm at rloitt tr n Q mi ntta Me tiiml IHihm tj uk siuh toe negroes 01 ixmisiaiia Write For Prices and Terms Ttnra wb4YiaT17 T ltniTnrOfi enno II yonr doater does ntJtrrn thes stssd yowV osrae as LUKE U MILWARD The birds are givi lg some delight I S and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky ful concerts at daybreak nowadays BETTER THAN Whalebone Horn BRANDIES CIGA11S ETC Hand Constantly -- JjOOK otjtj Jolm iKEcKenna Guaranteed NEVES to fcwak Mi TEE STB0USE ratented Feb Si88 JfcCO Pianos and Organs Maaslartartn 418 Bway X X- - FOR SALE BY Bamberger BIoom Co LOUISVILLE KY L DOUGLAS -- 3 ii fir f aSCT JaisssssH - 1 T1 TssiSS i zrV A CAeaKft Bast Somaes Cetk m niclnvt Rene 4 CU Xelal tm n w Crihto f nMi i sikyhx LiUUlUlrlimrtllillMHyrlu VTEXSin v r J VfmaLaWM nn I NKr ullartimtH SSSSTVw