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ViBuBTx - J X I V NjwA Id i I VOLUME I to a Times bmintifiil retisist Louisville RICHMOND be employed in perfecting tlie expedi- Â¬ tion and safety of the system internal James HIatt the young man who and foreigu was shot by the sherifls posse bile THE PltOPBU THING TO BE DONE attempting to escape after he had been Galveston News arrested on a charge of rape died in Secretary Fairchild is said to be pre- Â¬ great agony Saturday afternoon the 14th day after the shot The circum- Â¬ paring a tariff bill which will before stances of the shooting were given in the meeting of Congress be submitted these columns at the time Dr Gra-Â¬ to a conference of Democratic leaders ham made a post mortem examination The bill will embody the views of the or Hiatts wounds assisted by Drs Administration aud when indorsed by Octolnuey Creuter and Helm but the party leaders will be placed before was unable to Mud the ball The de Â¬ Congress as a party measure This Is ceased was a very handsome young the true Democratic policy ami should fellow about 21 and prefectly sound or be carried out he could not have goue through so INTKR STATE COMMERCE much A year or two ago he was New ork Post struck by lightning which singed con Â¬ Tlio decision of the Inter State Com- Â¬ siderable hair oirhis lieadand last win- Â¬ ter a Diichman named Edwards shot merce Commission that it had no him in the bowel making a wound power to compel railroads to sell tickets that would have killed and ordinary over other lines is iu accord witli com Â¬ man Then he lived two weeks alter mon sense When two companies form part of a route their mutual iu tlie fearful shot through his kidney showing his wonderful vitality Stan Â¬ Urests will in the end compel them to accommodate their customers with ford Journal through tickets and there has not yet Benjamin Holladay the well known been developed any scheme by which millionaire and founder of the Over Â¬ law can replace the influence of self- land Stage Company and Pony 1 iteiest MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST INTERNAL REVENUE Collections of the Department Last Fiscal Year Dnrin CONVICT LA150R RIO PRICES FOR CHICKENS 3 1887 NTJMBElt 7 TUG CLIMAX Tl BLIM1ED EVERY WSB2CBSDAY BY the THE Printing Co Clax IElt YBAK 200 pkk E HUNCH TIPTON m G WHITE EDITORS NEWS PARAGRAPHS Warren Rogers ieil 45 yean until recently a pmt oerous farmer was found dead in bed at Midway Sunday Hon Joseph S Miller Commissioner of Internal Revenue has sent to Sec- Â¬ retary Fairchild a preliminary report of the operations of that service during the fiscal year ended June 30 1687 from which the following facts and figures are taken Tlie total collections from all sources of internal revenue for the fiscal year just ended were 51 18835 757 which amount has been accounted for and covered Into the Treasury This is 1932888 morethan the collections for the previous fiscal year The cost of collection to be paid out of appropri- Â¬ ations made tn the revenue bureau for the fiscal year ending June 30 1887 was about 54075000 In order to as- Â¬ certain the exact cost of collection It will be necessary to add to the foregoing sum the amount expended for the printingnf internal revenue stamp the appropriation for that purpose for Â¬ The ax i Iijved from tlieliamlle while J olm 011 Sample was oIiojiihiik in Auder- county and killed his ld ld Eton son of G McFarland otxiiorj county ku uiu runner from a lead pencil futiu his wimlpipe land died A iii Katie and Matie the two live-yea- rof bid twinb of James 8- - ClirUman iniMlle died of Ilux at llarrotislmrg nit week 75000 worth of whiky has been t tolun frni tlie0 F C and Carlisle distill ery wjrehuuses at Frankfoit Ky George L Robertson of Smith Demi Indiana was run over by a Chesapeake OUio train at the East Main Mreet crossing Jexington on last wetines- iliy and killed It has been discovered that Epres Oregon An epidemic of flux has assumed alarming pnmoriiiuip in the counties of Boutelort UKinoke Iledford Ilid Ain- Â¬ trst countiv Ya the mortality being siding mostly in Washington City neatest among children where he sustained intimate relations witli all the Presidents and govern- Â¬ living at Dalton Teiii Two ladies ktcre run down by n train on the East ment ofliuials from Lincoln to Arthur Teiine Mv Virginia and Georgia rail- - Mr Holladay has one brother living Iri id and killed They were crossing a in Portland aud another Judge James loii trotle when ovei taken by the Holladay at Carlisle Ky Another I brother Thomas died some years since train at tlie home of his Col Judge Holt of the Supreme Court Jesse Tnlbutt near this city Major I i3 s 73 er oenL of the murder cases John B Holladay lateSherill of Bour- Â¬ appealed to his court during the past bon and now Mayor of ParK His two j ears wire the fruit nl the liipior niece Miss Lottie Early formerly of traflie He has committed himself for this city now resides in Lynchburg rrolnbilion Va and other relatives here LexGeorgia ington Transcript A bill has been offered in son-in-laÂ¬ He was a son of Win Hol iday of Bourbon and Nicholas coun- Â¬ ties in this State and his mother was a Buckuer of the Bourbon county family of that name When a young mair he resided at Blue Lick Springs He owned splendid properlies in Portland Sau Francisco Washington and New York and a magiiiflceut farm and residence on the Htidou which cost him nearly a million dollars These he retained until his death re Â¬ iiti Friday at Portland the year ending June 30 1887 having been Included iu the sum appropriated for the Bureau of Engraving aud Print- Â¬ ing The amount expended fur this purpose will be stated iu n subsequent report STOP THE RAT KILLINGS Louisville Commercial said that the Humane Society will take active steps to stop rat killlug matches hi the future If it is an act of inhumanity to destroy such pesti ferous vermin as rats the destruction of editorial room cockroaches would be classed as murder hi the first degree For tlie protection of the free and un triiumeled press let the Humane Society withdraw all objection to the destruction of rats and the brown backed insect that makes the life of an editor such a burden aud empties the much needed paste pot Â¬ It is THE ANTI CLEVELAND CLIQUE St Louis Republican There is in New York a small clique of disappointed politicians and news Â¬ paper editors who have attempted to use Hon David B Hill to divide the Democracy of the State The attempt has signally failed but since Ihe speech made last week by Lieut Gov Jones theic have been some sigus of an in- Â¬ clination to renew it It ought to be the plain to Gov Hill as it is to every dis- Â¬ IliegMaiure prohibiting the attendance CONCERNING FARMERS- - interested person who is at all informed of ulme cliillien at clored s cliools concerning tlie sentiment of the coun- Â¬ anil ice era The bill results fimii A Henderson county farmer sold a recently avowed intention of Hie part of his frosted tobacco lust winter try that the Democratic party is united the nlfii ers of the Atlanta University at twenty fhe cents per hundred and iu favor of Mr Clevelands reiiomiua- tiou eulored to admit white students the balance a few days ago at 82 20 per Wednesday afternoon Prynr the hundred AKOUT LIARS little son of IJija Tanner was killed Courier Journal Dr J T McMillan Pari Ky has To tell a man that he lies dors not by a stone hurled sold to W C France Highland Stock nt Georgetown from a ei tern by a blast The little Farm Lexington Ky the bay maie prove to Lea liar and the assertion has fellow was sitting in a wagon neir by Maggie Prcscotl 9 yrs old by Jim Mon Â¬ no Importance whatever unless backed when the blast was set nfl The stone roe dam Laura Logan by American by sulllcient evidence Yet it is custo Â¬ mary to knock into smithereens the wlueh struck him weighed 25 touiids Clay for 2500 man who calls one a liar if he is not The charter of the Fidelity Bank has F Gano Hill Centreville neighbor too heavy The ridiculous spectacle In been ileclared forfeited by Judge Sage hixid sold to J T Hughes of Fayette the Atlanta court where u lawyer a Cincinnati This action puts all of Maggie II C by Bismark dam by called another a liar and brought 011 a the assets of the bank into the hands of Expert for 52000 Maggie won second bloodless light iu which law books Ileceivi r Armstrong ami ilineolves all money at the Inst Bourbon County ink stands mucilage bottles aud the attachments upon jt- - pnierty since Trotting Meeting as only a four year the swearlug Bible were completely the bank was seizeil by the Govern old witli eleven starters several of wrecked is u sample of the many mint which were old trotters Georgetown absurd results of tlie liar custom If a lawyer can not keep cool when his Times George Gaines Siear a veteran actor veracity is questioned how is an LoulSHiio 513710 1012 510 Tennessf Â¬ of Owen county Thoa Harrison died at the Actors Home Philadel200 3 13 50206 Texas ordinary mortal to hold himself Maine Maryland 2875 97 Vermont 30119 phia ageil seventy eight years He claims the most prolific cow in tlie together 011 such an occasion 2923395 Maxchuvclls 247llil Vlrglnlu was one o the cast in the play of Our Slate She is only four years old and Michigan lS ljr7 WVlVlrglnia WSoi 5H0V5 Wisconsin- - J17990l Minnesota- American Cousin at Fords Theater has rive living calves The first calf Mississippi- 42005 Cash receipts J1LAINE AND SHERMAN was thirteen months 758JS96 from sale Missouri the night of the assassination of Mr came when she Philadelphia Bulletin Hep 101158 of adhesion Montana Lincoln which tragedy he witnessed old and last spring she produced twins stamps 205401 7777 Not a few lteptiblicans who doubt Nebraska 70419 Nevada from the stage 118835757 Smith Anderson bought 4000 bush Â¬ the wisdom of naming Mr Blaine for Aggregate receipts Monday paying 07 cents thu Presidency a second lime not The six principal election districts A jury delared Dr E T Stephenson els of wheat Co yes Â¬ because they dislike him but because are the Fifth Illinois where 513857- Lee Hudson of unbound mind Tuesday ami Sheriff per bushel 9S7 were collected the First Illinois New laud and Alex Stephenson look terday bought ten mules from 14J to they doubt whether he would be 108 to stronger than he was In 18S4 were for where 8851925 were collected 1G hands high at prices from the bun to the Asylum at Lexington the Audeisou a time inclined to consider Mr Sher- Â¬ First Ohio where 7905785 were col- Â¬ day The cause of insanity is SI 55 per head Smith siine said to lie hard study aud the excessive have bought this season about 20000 man It lie had remained quiet and lected the First Missiouri where 6 u e of the drug that has wrecked ho bushels of wheat at an average price of played the part of a political philoso Â¬ 22719S were collected the Third New C7 cents A few days ago they bought pher it is not unlikely that before the York where 5572259 were collected many lives morphine Stanford Jour- Â¬ L W Hudsons cropof2029 bushels at meeting of the National Convention he nml the Fifth Kentucky whern 5251 nal W5 Capt T D English reiorts the would have become the nucleus around 320 were collected The Womans Christian Temperance dullest Court day ever known on the which all the anti BIaine elements of A FEEDING TEST Union in Committee of the Whole Danville market I sold 137 common the Republican party would have 71 per head no cattle sold has decided that the presiding oflieer sheep at 2 gathered Indlanr Farmer But his active pursuit of the shall lie addressed as Madam Presi- Â¬ one cow 40 a few mules and some nomination has to some extent lowered It may interest some of the readets dent whether she Ik a Miss or Mrs fair to good horses sold privately at SS0 his dignity before the people exposed of your valuable paper tn know the One reason for this decision is that the to 120 Farmers have generally him to hostile criticism aud changed result of a lest that I made of the merits of the scrub vs the Shorthorn cattle word Madam is far more euphonious stacked their barley and wheat pre his entire position for the worse for beef In the fall of 1884 I put six and dignified than the hissing sound ferring not to sell at the low prices summer calves of about the same age of Miss or Mrs The transactions in grain are conse Â¬ FACTS SHOULD BE KNOWN THE and size to themselves No 1 a quently light Geo Cogar last week Chic io Herald The British Commission apMinlcd to paid 101 cents to C T Saudidge for Such members of Grand Army pots thoroughbred Shorthorn not of a fash investigate Pasteurs method of protec Â¬ 500 bushels of wheat Tip Bruce re Â¬ us are endeavoring for political pur- Â¬ oinable color No 2 a three fourths tion against rabies reports that his disc fused 70 cents for Ids crop Danville poses to create the impression that this grade Nos 3 aud 4 one halt breeds overy is comparable with that prolec Advocate Administration is unfriendly to the Nos 5 and 6 of good common stock ti in which vaccination uflords against soldier are simply wasting their en They were fed all of them alike infection from small pox The Phila Â¬ OPINIONS OF OTHER RDIT0KS ergies iu the propagation of falsehood all pastured in the same pasture so delphia Mediw1 News says the report As it is possible that the people will that there has been no difference iu the is the ablest defense of Pasteurs method jnie day have to judge between the cost of their keeping Isold them this NOT HEADY FOB IT which has yet been made and states Administration and its accuser they week No 1 weighed 1380 pounds Jtoston Globe that it was unanimous No 2 1325 No 3 1250 No 4 1240 The North is as easily offended by should be familiar with the facts Here No 5 1180 No 6 1170 I sold them Fain Jones made a flat failure at any effort to introduce social equality are two of them to W 11 Thomas ot Crotheisville Pensions issued lost fiscal New Ca tle He seems to have aliout as is the South People in neither sec- Â¬ 56729 Iud who shipped them to Cincinnati Pensions Issued lSI Republican run out his day of grotesque pulpit tion are yet ready for this if they ever The number of pensions issued and there sold them ou the market biifloonery He said to the people of are to lie during the fiscal year 1SC6 was about He says that the Shorthorn steer was Henry county nt least to the few who twice as large as that issued hi any worth 1 per cwt more than the com- Â¬ c me to hear him The people here NATURAL IAS IN CHICAGO previous year These are facts to be mon stock ou account of his being have disappointed me and I intend Troy Times borue in mind Tor they concern every heavier aud fatter than the common to tell j on that as far as auy good the printers ink can disclose natural worthy pensioner and every friend of stock Now take the Shorthorn steer If Lord is likely to receive you are not gas the Chicago papers will be sure lo a worthy pensioner at 4 50 jer cwt would bring 02 10 worth hell room Louisville Demo- Â¬ strike the article iu iuexhaustable while the best of the scrub of common crat JIOW TO ICKKP COOL quantities within a hundred miles of stock at 3 50 per cwt only 41 30 Cotnmercml Uazette A special from Washington to the the Illinois metropolis making a difference iu favor of tlie To a newspaper reporter required by Courier Journal says Shorthorn of 20 SO Now suppose the Rids were duly to slash around a good deal in the pasturing and feeding for 2 years HFFECr OF MUSIC ON TUB FIIKNCH ojiened Saturday in the ollice of the to be sun the hot weather advice of Super- Â¬ Ihllailolpliln Inqnlrcr Huperinteudeiit wort li 15 per year the profit on the of the Life saving intendent Jojes of the Cincinnati Shorthorn would be 524 60 while Bureau of the Treasury Department the Tlie French more than any oilier Hospital is Dont drink water of auy profit ou the common stock would only for c irts for the use of Hie service for people know the inspiring fiower of kind but eat a lit lie ice The Super be 3 SO for ihe fical year ending June SO 1SSS music A Paris mob will sing itself eachteer the farmer raises teiident must be joking With the Jo M Jouef of Paris Ky was the into frenzy and popular songs have Now I ask my brother farmers will It at 100 iu the shade and not pay only bidder His bid was for the Jones had more to do than oratory with tlie thermometer them better to raise a better perspiration gushing from every pore patent hand cart at 80 per cart grade of stock even if it does cost Mr Buulunger demonstration how is a person to keep up the supply Jones says thathe does not know how something to get the breed of Short- Â¬ e by refraining from water and eating a many are to be supplied litis year horns to breed from Let us hear the A KKLIGIOtIS MUGWUMP little ice With the temperature above 1 experience of of other farmers through ire are about 250 station and two the blood heat point the evaporation Jtostou Herald will eventually he eupplied to each Ihe Indiana Farmer Dr McGlynn proposes to take just of perspiration and a good deal of it is slati iii hut only a few may be ordered John M LEWIS so much of the Catholic Church as necessary to keep the body sufficiently I t a tune Paris New Crotliersville lnd Â¬ cool for comfort and even safety Per suits his own purposes and let the rest The Henry Club will picnic this go He holds to the sacraments but sons in active exercise must see that DEATH FROmIjLECTRICITY afternoon at Fountain Ferrv Park defies whnl he calls the machine the boilers are well supplied with A Montgomery AInlmmo telegram Tliis society was organized about a That makes him 11 sort of religious 1 water or there is bound to be a iys Gov Seny was tlie victim of ago and this is Its second annual mugwump for which there Is no collapse it of a peculiar accident yesterday after- Â¬ pifui It now has eighty five mem room 111 the Romuii Church He Was Too Smart noon He and is private secretary J bers and the first name of each Is K Jackson were driving down Mnlti Been lo the hanging Hinry Some of the most promi Ycx street when one of the guy wires nent gentlemen hi ihe city are tiuin POSTAL KKDUCTION Dili ynu witness the scene 011 the which supported the overhead cable bored m itB membership Thejr mini scaffold when the culprits were swung of Cincinnati Commercial Gnzullc the electric street railroad broke verary they term St Henry Day inioeleriiilyV and fell striking the Governors hone The demand for a further leductiou I did and tlu y projKiHe to always celebrate it What kind f vegetables did the Tlie wire was heavily charged with uli due ceremony Speeches will be in letter postage 5s premature People electricity and tlie horse becoming made tonnts drunk various sports should be satisfied Jo have n letter car- - linnging victims remind you of Stringed beaus entangled was shocked and burned to engaged in and a good lime had gen I rieil to any jiost bflice pnint in the You are to smart We will let rieuth iii a few minutes The accident erally Supper will he served at 5 T United States for two cents Should has created great uneasinexa about the fccl e nr i the members and their the earnings of the service some time tlie subject drop 11 safety of the electric car system That Is what the Shcriil did exceed expenses the turplus could will wives and sweethearts will sit down Â¬ Â¬ During the year offices of the several collectors of internal revenue have been examined as frequently as possi Â¬ ble and the rejiorts received of these examinations Indicate 11 very generally satisfactory condition of the internal reveiiin Jorvice throughout the country The receipts from the different objects of taxation as compared with the re- Â¬ ceipts for the previous year were as follows Spirits 65820322 a decrease of 3202944 tobacso r3010857 an increase of 52200700 fermented liquors S21922187 an increase of 72394S all 2245456 oleomargrine increase banks and bankers 12SS all increases miscellaneous 247945 an of increase 21 435 The quantities of distilled spirits fer- Â¬ mented liquors manufactured tobacco snufl cigars and cigarettes on which tax was paid during tlie year were as follows Spirits distilled from grapes apples and peaches 1211532 gallons a decrease of 344402 spirits distilled from other material 66168859 gallons a decrease of 5126502 number of cigars 3788305443 hii increase of 277 400955 number of cigarettes 1581 50J200 an increase of 273543850 suiifl 6561873 pounds an Increase of 395 826 tnbicco 199937648 imunds an in- Â¬ crease of 14511455 fermented liquors 23121526 barrels an increase of 2410 593 barrels The alxive figures indicate a decrease in the consumption of eplrituiou liquors aud a corresponding increase in the consumption of malt liquor The following statement shows the collections of internal revenue by States and Territorie during the year so far as the arrangement of districts will allow it to be done in that way 578512 New Hamp Alabama 97b3U 377512 shire Arknuivii Cnlllnrnia 20Sll New Jersey 4oWI6l a0151 New Mexico Colorado Klfti 481403 New York151013 Connecticut Delaware 3327 North Caro Â¬ 1950701 2Wi Florida lina Georgia 330705 Ohio 1591705 2182j707 Oregon 152318 Illinois Peunlvaitlii Indiana 4iittS Rhode Island 8120257 Iowa liU2il loI12I 211120 South Caro Â¬ Kuuxnx 100140 lina Kentuck- y- 124I75J0 The report of the Commissioner of Labor Carroll D Wright on convict labor in the United States lias just been made public It gives a mass of figures from eacii Rtate and Territory There are four different systems the report says in vogue throughout the country the contract system the piece price system the public account system and the lease system The first system is the most prevalent Under It more convicts are employed and more goods are manufactured than any other The prison officials generally advertise for bids for tlie employment of convicts the highest responsible bidder securing the cnnlrncti The price piece system Is a modification of tlie contract sys tem the contractor having nothing to do with the convicts The contractor furnishes Ihe prison officers with material ready for manufacturing and the officers return the completed work at an agreed price for eacii piece The public account sy tem consists iu working the convicts by the prison officials for the benefit of the State The lease system is that by which tlie convicts are let to contractors for a specified gross sum The returns show that there were employed at productive labor during the time covered by investigation 42 799 convicts divided us follows Con Â¬ tract systeni 15425 piece price sys- Â¬ tem 4692 public account system 13 888 and lease system 8193 Concerning competition witli free labor he report says It is perfectly evident from information drawn from tlie tables that the competition arising from the employment of convicts so ar as the whole country Is concerned would not of Itself constitute a question worthy of serious discussion The product of the prisons is but 54 100 of 1 per cent of tlie mechanical products of the country The whole prison popu- Â¬ lation of those institutions iu which productive labor is carried on is but one in a thousand of the population of tlie country ami those engaged iu convict labor but one in three hundred of those engaged hi free mechanical labor Lest one might naturally suppose that there was no such thing as convict competition witli free labor the next fuw lines arc quoted These facts however do not invalidate the claim Hint locally and in certain industries the competition may be serious aud nt such proportions as to claim the atten- Â¬ tion of Legislatures While the Commissioner is particu- Â¬ larly cautious about expressing a de- Â¬ cided opinion on any point it is sur- Â¬ mised that he Is iu favor of hand labor under Ihe public account system as it keew prisoners employed ami does not come so much as the others In com- Â¬ petition with free labor This plan then says the refiort has just ice in it affecting all people alike It has hu Â¬ manity in it because it ullous every eflort for reformation without any en- Â¬ tanglement or interference through forms ol labor It has morality in it because it removes ellectually the whole question of the convict labor agi- Â¬ tation not only from the minds of the but wnrkiugmeii ami manufacturers from Ihe list of questions agiPitiug the public Â¬ Â¬ New York Malt and Kxpres FOLLOW THE CROWD TEEIS WZEIEIK A LITTLE CASE yearjil230 a prominent citizen aud was ex Sherifl of Breathitt county before Judge Thurman in the City Court yesterday upon the charge of He had been arrested grand larceny Monday night at the Planters Hotel charged with swindling Martin Chilli- Â¬ er of New Albany out of 1500 wprth of bonds Chiiders was one of the contractors for the work upon the Breathitt county Court house and received the bonds in part payment fur his services He had put them in the bank for safe keeping but Little he alleged had recently told him he had secured a purchaser for them The bonds were taken out and the two men They went came to the city together Co on to the store of Carter Bros Main street uheu Little it is alleged took Ihe bonds and went inside o see When he returned Ihe purchaser he refused to give them up claiming he had placet his name upon Chiiders bond and that the securities were to come to him of right Capt Abbott prosecuted and W B Fleming and Maj Kiuny defended iu the case Chiiders was the only witness to testify The trial had to be continued to secure the presence of Important witnesses mid Little was placed under 1500 bond to answer August 15 fur prelim- Â¬ inary hearing Little claims that he will be able to explain matters satisfactorily and that he can prove Chiiders surrendered the bonds to him willingly In fact he exhibited a con- Â¬ tract signed by Chiiders which pro- Â¬ vided that the bonds when Issued should be turned over to him It might also be slated that Little came to the city of his own at cord from his home hi Breathitt county to answer the chargeswhich he had learned were preferred agaiust him C Â¬ J Little Courier Journal Tlie highest prices that I ever knew -fowl tn bring was 160 This was paid for the champion Plymouth Rock cockerel at Ihe New Orleans Ex- Â¬ position two years ago It was raised by Hon Sid Conger Indiana who divided his time between his poultry farm and the State Senate The above remark was made ton Mail and Expre 8 refnirter to day by Mr J Frank Claik Vice President of tlie New York Poultry Exchange Sales of fancy fowls at high prices Mr Clark continued are not so rare as many ppople suppose At the last poultry show hi this city Mr W K Vauderbilt paid 25 for 11 Plymouth Bock cockerel and breeding pens of the same variety numbering five birds sold ut from 50 to 100 Five bull Cochins were sold foi 75 and the late Proprietors Ktisy Bee Cash Store Jsichmoml Kr junc 22 tf Miss Catherine Wolfe bought half a dozen Wyniidottes for 100 I know a gentleman that went to the Chicago show ready to pay 200 for the first pre- Â¬ mium hen of Plymouth Itocks five fowls but he came away without them The owners price was 2000 There are instances oil ncord of ban Â¬ tams being sold for as high as 50 each Taking into consideration their weight wliicli is Itss than two pounds this is rather dear chicken meat Thcpecial value hi his cae was due to Ihe bird having won first premium at the Crystal Palace and other English shows The value of thoroughbred fuw Is devends on their comparative merit which is determined by a style of scoring Expeit judges compare each fowl with a standard of excellence which allows 100 points for perfection mid then deducts therefrom for every OS1 fault or deficiency that the fowl possesses careful and requires It scientific breeding to produce fowls that will score ninety or more points and sueli birds always sell at good prices Rare specimens scoring from ninety six to ninety eight points are literally worth their weight in gold There is a fashion in fowlsas in most other things and a very changeable jWKeStf fashion it is too Two years ago tlie Wyaudoties were all the rage now the boom is iu Mmorcas Within the E A Y WIGGINS BEECK past year over five hundred Minorcas have been bought iu England and brought over here at a cost of from 5 to 3751 each There is now a corner in those famous foul- - They are an old English breed lit I have been in obscurity for a number of yeors and few of them have been raised Every uook aud corner of old Eugland has been searched by speculative fancierand every Minorca purchased rpgard less of cost and held for heeding pur- Â¬ poses aud for tlie sale of eggs at from 10 for a setting of thirteen 5 lo How the boom started Is not very clear but it is certain that the Minorcas Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage lo the finest Mansion at city pricks have been gradually growing iu Amer Â¬ We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to ive you Ihe best and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE ami wiil ican beeders seeing the popularity they job you can get anywhere We also carry a nice line of are bound to attain went in with a not delay your work rush captured every available speci Â¬ men and now control the market What other fowls bring high Jarden Implements Well there are Yokohamas Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware prices Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine 1inders Cultivators Grain Drills kc or Japanese long tailed fowls Only two or three pairs of them have been VIVO imported and they are valued at Irani IKON MANTELS AND GRATES jnnelS tf FIRE BRIfK AND FIRE CLAY 20 to 50 a pair The tail of tlie male bird often reaches u length of ten feet aud his value increases iu proportion Another rarity is tlie Royal Pekin ban Â¬ tam These little birds have quite a remarkable history They are Chinese and were part ol the spoils taken by English officers when they sacked the summer palace nt Pekin during the Anglo French expedition of 1860 They are a perfect miniature of the bull Cochins and about as handsome as any variety of bantams They are worth from 10 to 25 a pair though single specimens have brought as high as 550 But there is one kind of fowl that has without a doubt caused the trans- Â¬ fer of more money than all the above varieties combined and that is the pit game These birds are bred lo light and are seldom sold as noune wants to buy the or ones and the good ones will bring iu more money by winning battles than iu any other way Occa- Â¬ sionally however a game cock that has made a good record changes hands the coiilileiatiou iu such instances reaching to hundreds of dollars but for obvious reasons is never made public a single Low Prices will Astonish You RAMSEY OLDHAM Shackelford Gf entry Oo5 AEE HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of HARDWARE STOVES and TINWARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing Crixtterii2g and all kinds of Tin and Sliest Iron Work Done in the most Workmanlike ZYIanner Iff OKTE EUT THE BSST WORKHIElff EMPLOYED AILL WORK WARRANTEDFarming Implement Known To The Trade J35lCt Call and Examine our Stock before Buying We Can Please You F WIGGINS BREO - Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Builders Hardware and Building Material LEXIETGTOIff BELLE COOK STOVES and RANGES XYIV AMITE1 rI3LASTirs 0 POWDER DELINUUENT OX WHISKY TAX County Judge decided that E J H Phillips has Lurley the Camp Ntlson distiller is a delinquent and 150000 worth of whisky at sesscd for hack taxes The Commonwealths Attorney will now proceed to collect the taxfs for 18S1 5 6 and 7 Un- Â¬ der the late law E J Cur ley man- Â¬ aged to scape tax ou all his business for a number of years by setting up Indebtedness of fully S300n0 above his business during his period of distilling The County Court after paying law- Â¬ yers aud sitting several d iys gets 750 TKTE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO or fifty cents 011 the 100 for a small YV the trade that we have a large lot of whisky belonging lo other pailie aud well selected line of that Curley held iu his free art house V The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest 2s FEW FIRM CLOTHING QUEEN AND CEESCENT HOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the SEED WHEAT Among the Northern Lakes PrinciBal Points Sonm Eas t Mornins and Night Trains CJ m Soils COAST- LaaiMCon with irij all t 1 tlie view of obtaining Seed Wheat of the best varieties grown Iii tlie Stile the Ailnual Wheat Show will be held at the office of the Com misHlnuer of Agriculture on the 25th diiv or Auguxt 1887 The following premiums will be awarded First and second premiums at 15 and 10 eacii for the following varieties viz No 1 Longberry red and white Each sam Â¬ ple must be sent in a seperate package marked with the name of the exhibitor and the name of the variety and the package may be sent by freight at tlie charge of this ofllce E tch sample must contain not les than one half bushel It is my purpose to purchase a quantity of tlie Premium Wheat for distribution through the members ol tlie Legislature in the various counties Witli of Wisconsin Minnesota and Iowa are Fl hundreds of delighted places where one can p is thu summer months Iu quiet rest mid enjoyment and return home at the end ut the heated term com Â¬ pletely reiuveiiHtcti Each recurring season brings tn Ocouomowoc Wau- Â¬ kesha Heaver Dam Frontenac Oko boji MiniiRtnnka White Bear nud in- Â¬ numerable other charming localities Etc in which you can find the with romantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either 8itit of Mason aud Dixons line Elegance aud comfort at 11 moderate cost can be readily obtained A list of LATEST STYLES summpt homes w it h all necessary in- Â¬ LOWEST TKICES and formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by tlie Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway and will be scut free upon application by letter to A V We do not intend In be UNDERSOLD H Carpenter General Passenger Agent and to our ejistomers we say ve will John F Davih Milwaukee W tf --f give yon mii value lor every dollar in vested Willi u ami we urgi you to Cliimii sloner give as ate early call Do yon want pure drugs mid the best Yop Balutiiria Waterfbrought direct from brands i6f tobaccos and cjgars Kept only can iiud them at T JJ3robks Springs- - Mich St Clair At MoKBfcs Old Bland july2Mf by J O HiKthes Junesjjkf jUBSiU tIU THE SOUTHERN IltiUTE TO THE PACIFIC me iinpormnn mesui we omui wimoofc mange RUSNINM TUKOITUII CARS Anlir JLlllIU TWKNTY BIQ11T UUUllx LMllj 1 inn HATS TRUNKS VALISES M2Wr TO JXCKSOJfVlfclK 1 - KLoRMV IV it of ihic Tri rerHtMVakntFnr two kimtnVm hi KI gMQlnr JiUKKN AND ttRsTRNT HOVTE UUIlll OJJbliai XTI ulUrn ntifftOHrMHlPltlbHiiVbMe4ItHlaallaHlvir4HtlluMH Nearly All tlio Loading Railroads J il liFT t Grand Central tnkJii Itopolta UtllWtr me wweiifFrM buMlnx fnmiimy atlemtol ii cro the Citjr nd 4r wwmrnr therefore swvei will Me Uolr comfort lnner and cenveoleef 35Sr5 U BEST GOODS thr Trnvnl Yin On noil nml flincfnii ree li in of tn JOIINCUAULT General Office St Paul Bulldiifc West Ftmrtli St Clnetmmll Onto UCOUBBAN Oenural Mftiitgcr tfenwral Haneeugrr A KROLU R X- - KY AS It lGcuenti hflperintendeitt jjieHt AwKtntil tienenjl Pa- - nj A nt Xa iaOd SEAC7I0H POBXAELZ EKBBtBg of aH sfcs ISd ESYOiVIHaSTSAWSTACKKESlUlisIWMaiS aJmT Jai ac El - jf muifalia T S BHP1 -- i -- w- b white X- - IVX- - IPOOPE Agent RICHMOND KTf u THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTOX Wh WEDNESDAY G THE ELECTION LATONIA DESTROYED FIRE AT GEORGETOWN WHITE -- AUGUST 3 18S7 returns show that the entire Democratic ticket was elected in Madison county The majorities for can- Â¬ didates for Representative stand unofficial TAYLOR CIIENAULT The The President will visit Kansas r RECINCTS Richmond Oity next fall Foxtown The Ohio Republican conven- Â¬ tion endorsed John Sherman for President - 30 77 161 Union Elliston Yates Glade Kirksrille Poosejr Million 3 14 116 A whirlwind visited the Latonia race course nt Covington last Wednes Â¬ day completely wrecking the grand stables and stand and several moving the pool shed and art gallery out of position Tbeil088i8 estimated at 10000 An eflort will bemade to rebuild in time for the fair No other property was Injured HOLDING VAST JiJDlEXCES 42 73 75 233 John Taylor the head of the Mormon Church is dead He will be succeeded by Joseph Smith 357 233 Jones of Newport Kentucky lost a man who would have made an excellent Governor The Democrats of Ohio have nominated Hon Thomas E Powell for Governor and the Republicans have nominated Hon J B Foraker Another of the wrong-cnd- foremost fiends showed up at Grand Itapkls Michigan last Wednesday Charles Wemare killed his landlady Mrs Bouflay and then killed himself Will that hideous class of fellows never cease to exist WRONG SOW BY THE EAR In the death of Hon Thomas L Chenaults Majority 134 General Buckner is believed to have carried the county by nearly 200 majority The proposition to donate 1000 jer mile to turnpikes carried The vote on the new constitution has not been ascertained TOLICICAL The Courier Journal of last Wednes Â¬ day justly criticised Col Holt a can- Â¬ didate for Governor before the Demo- Â¬ cratic Convention The Courier-Journal said I vy us Tim Needham and not who was the Democratic Demaree n candidate for Representative in Owen county and he was elected He and Mr Demaree have been A- temperance lecturers ever since couuty on the 19th aged 79 He was A young lady has presented a gentle- Â¬ the war but Needham stuck to the a member of the 25th 2Gth 27th and Basis glorious old Democratic party 29th Congresses being Speaker of the man friend with a cake of soap Has that Read this issue of Tiik Climax any reference to allusionswhile Demaree went off after the carefully and you will find food 26th From 1847 till the secession of was United Senator It lias been suggested that if Squire Prohibitionists goods for thought besides the local and Virginia lie expelled Stales He was then a Wood were the right kind of a Prohibiwhen he was State news Under the head of delegate to the Provisional Convention tionist would tell us to dry up when BELL COUNTY sold on Opinions of Other Editors may at Richmond afterwards Confederate we ask he him about the Rebel flags Next to Rowan county the be had general ideas from promiclose cash then Secretary of State Notwithstanding the hot weather there county of Bell is claiming atten- nent sources The report ol the Senator ind same government In 1877 under the tion lrom the State A gang of Commissioner of Internal Revenue he was elected Treasurer ol Virginia was a great amount of snow in Kentucky GIYE THIS HOTJSE outlaws resist arrest and terrorize will require time for proper con- and served a term Broken down iu on last Monday The Republican State the entire community They live sideration and some valuable health and estate he was given a ticket and a number of local Democrati on Yaller Creek and nobody points are to be gathered irom it small Federal office and from it he tickets were snowed under will venture out there to interfere The report on convict labor in the eked a support till his death His life C Heninger aged 87 years shot him with them A Sheriffs party United States throws light on the is a forcible illustration of the vicissi- Â¬ self through the head in Brooklyn on last was fired upon the other day one labor question which has of late tudes sometimes attending It and his Friday and on the same day in the same man killed and several wounded become decidedly conspicuous deatli snaps another link which binds city Hirsch Harris aged 109 years died Is beating them ait making the best Friday must have been a field day for the grade of The Governor will probably send The report of the commissioner of the present with the past boys in Brooklyn troops to Bell The desperado the Bureau of Animal Industry Andy Johnson who killed half on pleuro pneumonia is of interest DR STANDIF0KD DEAD Stanton Powell county is wrought up a dozen men before he was 21 to all and especially the farmer over the game of croquet Rev Mr years old lived in Bell until the In the religious column and among On Thursday of last week in the city Adams of that place has preached a United States took him in charge the paragraphs concerning farm- of Louisville Dr E D Standiford died sermon against the sinful game and ers those interested will find mat- Â¬ of inflammation of the liver iu the 56th created more or less commotion What HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND ROWAN COUNTY ter to well repay the reader lor year of his age He was three times a sinful world litis has come to be ALSO When the Tollivers were killed the effort of perusal Of the other married his last marriage occurring The Standford Journal thus describes a six weeks ago the whole State of features we shall not speak but six weeks ago Dr Standiford was a wedding James A Estes and Miss Coal Kentucky thanked the Lord and say that it shall be our aim to successful farmer an accomplished fi- Nannie Ballard both of Garrard came felt easier It was understood work The Climax up to the high- nancier and altogether a man of great over in the hot broiling sun Wednesday Pays highest cash price for that Rowan would speedily be est point of excellence Changes force courage and enterprise During and at once sought County Clerk Cooper come a quiet county and no longer made in the office have occupied his business career he was President of For the usual fee made and provided for threaten day by day to cause the much of our time and the regular t belted River Iron works President such service he issued the necessary State troops to be ordered out routine work of the office has not ol the Louisville Car Wheel Company license and Eld John Bell Gibson being President ol the Farmers aud Drovers on hand they stood up in the presence ot But the Tollivers were certainly fairly been reached Bank President of the Louisville the gaping crowd which usually assemnot the only outlaws in Rowan or Bridge Company and President of the bles on such occasions and were made CAUSES OF FIRES they were not all killed for the and Nashville Railroad one while the perspiration ran from every Louisville Sheriff was at Frankfort last week Company He was a member of the pore Both were good looking and both imploring the Governor to send A table of fire losses among Stale Senate lrom 1867 till 1872 and old enough to choose partners for life troops at his earliest convenience dwelling houses for one year in from 1872 to 1874 he represented the the lady especially so but they said they and 70 of the Louisville Legion Fifth Congressional district iu the wanted to surprise the old folks and so comwere sent on Monday with a the United States has been piled hy an insurance journal National House of Representatives they came off without letting anybody gatling gun Rowan county reBeginning life witii a comparatively their intentions The couple The The total was nearly 814000000 modest estate Dr Standiford amassed know of get married when the mercury quires heroic treatment that coidd flues caused a greater Defective Governor ougth to send troops a fortune estimated at from 51500000 is playing up above the three figure mark there and send a judge and loss than any other agency show- to 2000000 must be a little more anxious and love a a jury and have every man ing that the workmen who build little harder than we can imagine chimneys have yet much to learn arrested who has ever taken PLEUROPNEUMONIA The next greatest source was inany part in the troubles of the DAUGHTERS MOTHERS WIVES county and prosecute them to the cendiarism and was followed in of the Bureau of Animal by matches The Chief limit of the law The gallows the order named has made a ought to bear abundant fruit in sparks explosions of lamps for Industry the Commissioner preliminaryÂ¬ Be your own pkvsiciau A hidy who Watchmaker and Jeweler of Agriculest and prairie fires carelessness report to lor years m tiered Irom distressing Rowan countj and the penitentigas jets lamp accidents not ex- ture iu reference to the progress of the female complaints weaknpsses etc ary receive large accessions from XlEAXElt IX accidents open fire- work for the suppression of so common to her stx aud had de the ranks of those not fully ripe plosions for the six mouths ended June spaired of a cure finally found reme Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry places and grates lightning fireSilver aud for the gallows works explosions of oil stoves 30 1SS7 He states that the act or dies which completely cured her Plated ware etc Special stove pipes furnaces hot ashes Congress approved March 3 1887 Any suflerpr can ue them and thus THE OHIO PLATFORM 500000 and giving cure herself without the aid of a physi appropriating attention given to locomotive sparks defective The Ohio Rupublican platform heating apparatus cigar stumps authority to compensate for dis- Â¬ cian Two recipes treatise aud full di- Â¬ favors a protective tariff opposes firecrackers DIAMONDS Address Mrs SETTING thawing eased aud exposed animals aud also rections flee Sealed tramps unrestricted immigration favors pipes ignition of grease and oil to quarantine and dfcinfect premises W C Holmes 658 Broadway N Y a control and supervision by Con- oil stove accidents not explosions has enabled the bureau to accomplish Name this paper 13jni lyr AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES gress of the elections of represen- explosions of gas ignition of tar very much more thau had been possi- Â¬ Syrup or Pigs demands a plumbers furnaces drunken men ble previous to that time The new tatives to Congress rules aud regulations made to conform Manufactured only by the California Promptly dune and in a workmanlike duly on wool and manufactures burglars explosions ot natural thereof denounces the Cleveland gas bonfires children playing with this act issued April 15 for co- Â¬ Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is manner states administration favors liberal pen- with fire explosions of gasoline operation with the variousauthority Natures Own true Laxative It is the though assuming much more most easily taken and the most pleas Â¬ Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver sions to soldiers and sailors and defective lighting apparat us than the old ones have been very antly effective remedy kuown to adequate appropriations for the Except the four agencies of favorably received Au investigation cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ 22 Dont forget the place next door improvement for National water- incendiarism matches sparks is recommended to determine the ex- Â¬ tive to dispel headaches colds nnd lo the Post office Kicbraoud Ky to edu- and explosions ot lamps the deways and National aid tent of the infection iu Pennsylvania cation if too much revenue be fective flue did more damage than and if this should prove sufficient to fevers to cure habitual constipation For collected to meet public needs all other agencies It is time there endanger the animals of other states indigestion etc by sale iu fc50 cents W D Stockton Willis and 100 bottles let the tax en tobacco be abolished were a revolution in construction the cattle of Pennsylvania should be the public lands of the Govern- of flues That is a cause cable of placed in quarantine and prohibited A Novel Bet While I nm not a DEALER IN FINE- ment should be held for actual immediate suppression Incindia from going to other states unless ac betting man said F J Cheney of the settlers favors civil service re- rism is an unwieldy institution companied by a permit from an In firm of F J Cheney Co I considered condemns Cleveland for that requires time to effect a spector of the Bureau of Auimal In- Â¬ it my religious duty to make that fel Â¬ form vetoing pension bills a vote of change But the match the fes- dustry low a bet You see he was about dead sympathy was extended to Ire- tive omni present little popping During the six months the officers of aud 1 guess he would have died before Governor Forakers ad- Â¬ match will in all probability this bureau have inspected 2368 herds Spring if I had not got him 011 the land ministration was endorsed and pass incendiarism on its wild iu Illinois containing 12631 animals bet You know some men had rather especially his declaration that no career of destruction and by the They have made ost mortem exami Â¬ loose their lives than lose a hundred Rebel flags be returned endorsed end of another year stand next to nations on the carcasses of 3183 ani Â¬ well he was one of that kind nnd we the Dow liquor law favored legis- that terror the defective flue mals that have been slaughtered from both came near being out but I saved or 298 my hundred and it only cost him ten the infected district lation secunng equal facilities for Everybody carries matches animals showed the and of these contagisigns dollars Hows that He sent for me transportation to all classes they ous pleuro pneumonia Since April 20 one day aud said the doctors had all everybody uses them c are the cheapest article on 1819 animals have been compulsonly given him up to die with the catarrh A MISSIONARY FIELD the market and may be had on slaughtered in Cook couuty aud paid I told him that I would bet him 100 First Street Richmond Ky A dispatch says that a colored every counter shelf table or for by this bureau Of these 234 or that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure girl aged seven years has been what not in every locality You nearly 60 per cent were aflected by this him or I would give him 100 if it failed arrested at Greenville S C for hear them pop under your feet as disease Very few aflected animals He took the hitler proposition This the murder of an infant child one you walk the floor or along the are now being found and it is believed was three mouths ago you see how he year old by beating it on the pavement or out in the street that the outbreak is about stamped out looks now dont you as well as any head and then concealing the body Verily the match problem is a In Marylaud 2406 herds have been one and a dandy American Toledo The match is a insected containing 25739 animals O in a well She then attempted to serious one murder the childs brother aged necessity with most people Of these herds 233 containing 2678 Premium Bread were quarantined but the recklessness with which animals the I have just opened a New Bar Boom five but failed Messrs Covington Arnold is thrown around and dropped number of diseased animals found in Bm on First Street Flue From another point in South it Carolina comes the news that a about must be materially modi- Â¬ these herds was 744 A total of 1253 Grocers oiler a premium of 10 011 the ost mortem examinations have been first day of the Fair for the best loaf ot colored girl murdered fied made 011 the careat ses of slaughtered wheat bread salt rising and one of 10 Sparks will be sparks and you a companion and has been senshowing 765 to have been af for the best loaf of wheat bread yeist tenced to deatli Whether or not cant set down on them The animals usually large destruction arising fected with pleuro pneumonia Very risiug to be baked from their cele Â¬ the Governor will interfere with a few recent cases of the disease have brated Aetna flour made by Bo Â¬ pardon we do not know South from them may be expected been found and it is bellevedthat but nanza Roller Mills Richmond Ky Carolina is evidently a field for Lamp explosions also may be ex- little more is to be apprehended Julyi3 tf and so may we expect t missionary work The churches pected The work in New Jersey has only from most all the Cky Fon it And the Constantly and the schools and courts of that casualties The Babies recently commenced Four hundred on Hand State are inadequate to wrestle other agencies above enumerated aud fifty three herds containing 3815 old folks laugh when they find the witii the vast amount of ignorance animals have been inspected Twenty pleasant California liquid fruit remedy CALL AND SEE ME THE BLOODY CHASM confronting them We do not say herds have been found infected con Syrup of Figs is mare easily taken aud that South Carolina is the worst taining 2S1 head of which thirty rive more beneficial in its action thau bitter the Southern States or that The subjoined announcement ex Â¬ were reported diseased Twenty eight nauseous medicines It Is a most vaM of the Southern States are worse in quisitely lithographed has been re-Â¬ animals were slaughtered of which uable family remedy to act on the fifteeen were found to have been af bowels to cleanse the system aud to the way of crime than others but ceived at this office dispel colds headaches aud fevers The Survivors of the late war of fected with pleuro pneumonia two examples above quoted the by the indicate that more home mission both the Federal and Con fedora te In Ke York seventy nine herds Manufactured only Francisco CaliforniaÂ¬ Califor Armies will meet hi fraternal con- Â¬ containing 2201 animals were inspect Â¬ Fig Syrup Co San ary work is needed if at the exSteinway Sons by White Stockton of foreign missions It is course at Evaii8ville Ind Sept 20 21 ed Of these forty five herds were in Â¬ nia For sale pense Hazleton Bros well to save the Japanese the 22 aud 23 1SS7 under the direction of fected aud contained 937 animals of The best bargains for the least money Faragut Post No 27 G A R of that which 125 were reported diseased The Christie Chinese the East Indians the t at J C Lyters Julyi2 tf and the benighted of the city You are most cordially invited number slaughtered was 117 of which Africans New England twenty five showed the lesions of be present on this iatriotlc Europeans but better to save the to take part In celebrating the occasion pleuro pneumonia The credit system has played out at blessings to Lyters Call nnd make purchase for and other Pianos heathen of Canada Alaska South of Peace and the glories of a Union The total number of herds inspected money and go away happy America Central America and preserved during the six mouths is 5351 contain Â¬ the Julyi3 tf Mexico but best to look first to Chicago Gotta Organs Among the specially Interesting ing 45094 animals 298 herds aud II the colored people of the South features of the Reunion will be the fol- 623 animals have been placed in quar Â¬ You cau buy a lirsl class suit of and the Indians of the West after lowing Speeches by the most dis antine among which were found 904 clothes froni J C Lyter at your price PIANOS AJSD OftGANS FOK KENT liberal attention has been bestowed tinguished Generals on both sides diseased animal Post mortem exam Â¬ now Call and see him Juh13 tf class of Infantry Zouave and Battery drills for inations were made ou the carcasses of Rent applied as part payment upon a certain needy whites m all parts of the Union pmea amounting to 3100 Grand 4651 animals and showed that 1044 of Now Is the time to buy your Cloth Â¬ Write For Prices andTerms Let charity begin at home is Sham Battle 1 000 pnrticipauts Gen Â¬ these have been atlecled with pleuro Â¬ ing while the great inducement Is LUjCE UjMIUlVARD offered by J C Lyter Juiy tf sentiment worthy of practice eral Camp Fire eccues aud Incidents pneumonia S and 10 V Main St Lexingtonj Ky It was - Buckner has carried the State by perhaps thirty thousand Republican Representatives were elecled from Rockcastle Lee and Estill Lincoln Boyle Mercer and Pulaska and Bradley carried Garrard Jones Democrat carried Jessamine by only nine votes We fear that the Democratic ma jority in the Legislature has been Should the Natural Gas company while reduced I he Prohibition vote The Stanford Journal speaks as fol- - boring for gas strike oil wc presume it was exceedingly light and the lows of a distinguished Virginian would be oil right a Knights of Labor vote even lightHon R M T Huuter once the Strictly The town clock has been more or less er most prominent man iu the Old Do- - out of fix for Uie past three weeks Hot mluiou died at his home in Essex weather perhaps -- ON TIIE CONTENTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Holt has been heard from for the first time since the State Yesterday at a barbecue convention at Calvert City the Courier Journals correipondent reports that he took tiie stand and for more than an hour held the vast audience in a speech of masterful logic unanswerable statistics and eloquent denunciation of the Re- Â¬ publican party and its misdoings President Clevelands Administration Col Holt can do all those things as stated nnd there has been some surTHIN COLUMN- prise expressed that he did not follow the example of Senator Harris and go holding vast about the country Going Snake is the name of a disaudiences every day in the interest of trict in the Indian Territory the State ticket Frank James is a subscriber to The - VIRGINIAN Climax and is paid in advance A GREATHon G A C A serious fire occurred at Georgetown on last Wednesday mornlngiiTvolvIng property to the extent of 40000 Among the losers was John A Bell editor of the Times his office being entirely destroyed entailing n loss of Havhlns meat 54000 Also Sublett store W R Phipps photograph gal Â¬ Uriah lery John R Bute grocery Hambrick store house Penn Ruck er hardware Alger heirp store house Mrs Lizzie Sherritt millinery Mrs Jesse Webb Kuunelly millinery dwelling E C Barlow house 55000 Capt E Barlow A telegram adds a jeweler doing business In this city for the last twenty five years made an assignment to day to Uriah Hambrick rvsaeia sii iuu immune- til una tny apt Barlowd assignment 518000 was precipitated by the lire which consumed about 55000 worth of his This is the fifth time helms property been a sufferer by lire having lost about 530000 in that way He was Postmaster before the Republican FOUND AT THE OF t lEH IU 1Wm w I JSs Sale Trustee of C Stafford CISNUQlMilUE I will on EnmSMY to wit The SEPTEMBER 15 87 DTKIS ON in the town of Eichmond Ky proceed to fexposd at public sale to th 6 highest bidder the following described valuable real estate North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Gonfecfionerfiesj Canned Coods Green and and plenty This house Planing0 ZEIGIHIIMIOlNriD ISY- 1 Including Grounds Office and Mill Buildings and Machinery Mill 0 Â¬ ffi Mjfl MMB 4 br This plant is almost new having been built and in operation only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all the niobt mod- Â¬ ern improved machinery and in complete order Also July 1 -- m Dried ruitj my line thing in tf every TWO NEW FRAME COTTAGES containing five rooms on the S E Corner Bailie Irvine and Orange streets and Lots No- - 7 8 0 10 11 29 and 30 in the Estill addition One lot on Irvine street near Formans Holler Mill being old mill lot I WILL- - Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street It has on it Fronting 77 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable location two good cisterns and all necessary outbuildings such as wood aud coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale Continue to Sell at Ensiess --A GREAT Strictly CASH - not CZJIsb J BaTuaa STONE WALKER Trustee REDUOT ION Â¬ Â¬ The hest are very kept and margin for Â¬ kJnI I IV JL saCM Â¬ Â¬ TRIAL xgj 1 MY ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING FOE CASH -- UNTIL IT IS- - I am simply over stocked and must reduce same SO NOTE THE PRICE Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth reduced to 50 cents Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents CLOSED OUT NOW IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT HOW CHEAP YOU CAM BUY CLOTHING TOU THE MOIEY Ee Sure and Give Me A Call if want a Bargain Â¬ Â¬ Meal and Â¬ WHEAT Neat Papers worth 10 cents 15 cencs reduced to you Â¬ ADRUFF Everything at REDUCED 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 iX June 29 tf T lr rirs IT8 w lknlSyTB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO M WILLGING MAU4JK lAa Sfctl 3JI July13tr ffiastgBrVi ex LOST On Saturday night July 23 a bag contuiuiiigncurry conih biusli sponge halter and several other articles A libera reward will be paid for the re- Â¬ turn of the above articles to Tub Climax oflice or to C V Cobb Hed House Ky jnlj27 2t IS TIIE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY Â¬ KEBTOCKYCEtiTRflLBR Foil Â¬ Â¬ pleuro-pneumon- ia Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest liouie fkoji REiLI J ESTATE CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO AM WEBBT B t FARM WAGONS The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them PATENT TRUSS THE CELIj33aA TED Â¬ Â¬ REFAIRIEF INSUSAHGE SPEED SMITH Ascnt 1UOI1MOND KY i ells rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Estate on reasonable term and represents Krst dasd Fire and Life In Â¬ - lOINTS North -- East West and Southwest PAST XjISiTjS Ul rWEEX ROD ftiO T0BUI1B AKLE -- - Â¬ Lexington ami Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Feb 28th No 6 Dally Ex Sun 8SO 10SB 1101 11 IU Manufacture all styles and sizes -- 18S7 Â¬ which they offer at Warranted Â¬ surance Companies- Ollice in J U Lytere Clothing Store june22 tf SOUTII llOUKD Covington Ive tatinuutli- Lvc Cyiiiliiuim Arr lnrlsj Nol Dally No tex Sun Dilly 12 ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES All Â¬ -- lulu SiJ ptp UA ISW -I- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whiskies four Account Was Due July i The same is mado out ready to be receipted paid Money I must have so please call and settle at once and oblige Yours Trulv Qko M Willgixg juy20 4t 3S3U 20 pm sm 10 Faps For One Year Arr Ixxlnsnn Â¬ Â¬ Brandies Arr WlncliOter Arr IMehiiHinit Arr 1 unuiKler Arr IlmvlanU Ive Richmond Arr Beren Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Lvo Uvtnguiii Ive Iler ii Arr Richmond Romuii kve IjiiicaKter Arr Rlcliiniiml Ive larls U30pni Sl l5i UT aw Ill Ibfift jini 1125 M p in - 52U 5 U7 QUO 605 715 Ksti pm The Best Material The Easiest Terms 333 5 jiui t5 Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so Â¬ Wines No 3 No 11 No WEBSTEE WAOOT June 22 CO tf Â¬ Cigars MONEY We are collecting twice a year and your accounts for the first lialf are ready nnd have been waiting fur yon MnceJply lt t Call and settle at once and oblige Julyi3--t- le I IMS 1115 S0 CS I clflehiiiunil Arr Winchester Arr Pan 110 1S fall lllll pm fiIS 727 K15 0u iiin tiSSffiTiii 215 3SM EWBARROOM ve LcxtiiKton Ive Iiils Ive Cyiitlimiiii Lve Fiilmmilli Arr Covlimtou 1 215 ISO -- pm KB IWM 1133 735 417 Ifcuo illl affi tun w JI7 ilS I3 SlIACKELFOltD t GENTK CO MAYSVILLE BRANCH- NORTH BOUND No St No 32 Dally Ttullv Ex Sun Ex bun 7ri6 a in 815 SSm iPi 4 ten-year-o- ld WHISKIES cuude HAVE sim Â¬ BKANDIES CIGAES ETC i co Lvo Covington Pni1 Islington- - OPENED A NEW Arr MlllerxburK nrlMe JolllMll SlnyvUle SOOTirJlOUND Lve Mnyxville JllIlllSIll VMruaio ma 357 5M SIS BI2 7tW JS m nm UKS5 Hardware Store onWgst Maui jlieef- - They carry a general line of 51 NiTS Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Hun 715 No ave just received and opened a large Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles - Â¬ Jolm JHrlcKenna Hardware Tinware -- -- Arr 1IarU Xo Mlltershunr 535 hhi 2 nan TSi Zrltf 717 ll 810 pm - stock of East Trenton well selected CovliiKlon 45 lvc exlnloti RR 3US 1 60 arr Pari Pianos and Organs Stoves and Groceries Theyhave Â¬ prices Mr Smith in a practical tinner of several yeans expslience and he-- wit ti all kind3 of tin work rooting nnd repairing in the best btyle nt lowest Hie newest and best goods and will sell for CASH at the lowest I rates - june22tf 11 I vrniit toselljxll at my ready made 13o Mie and call it you Clothing want a bargain J C LvrEU July3 tf Please call aud nellle your account 842 p in NOTE Train 3 nnt i are dally between Wnchter Lexington and Cincinnati other tinl ua are dally except Sunday Dlrecl connection l made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for ML Sterling Ablilmid Huntiustou Charleston W Vsu uuil KHMeru CJUas FAST LINK-N- o3 nnd i run via Wli chesterrSIId Trains with Pullman Sleeplng Cars netwecn Cinriiiimtl and Richmond Va and WlneheMcrand Wnlilngtntil C ThronKU Ticket ami UaegaKB Checked to any deMlnailon reached ly u railroad For f nil particulars addit u or aill on any aamt of the Company ur S F D MORSE D A FKEIY oen Agt Tmv PasVr AgU Covington Ky Lexington Ky II Ii HUNTING JN E AgU Kecelver lUchmoiid Ky- Oonpral Office Coviugtoa Ky June 22 II -- Lexington S00 Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds ard styles BoflprsSilYor PMefl Knifes ai Ms TEAS 1 sugars r Â¬ Â¬ tJiiiy isi Jtilyl34t Ktrnw njwijTutsStraW HaJBtrawVJiatJ juy0 Hat very t 4 aFLyrtf liy H Okookk Son - - Our Recounts are duo and settle nt Once IMeliae cull julyl34t If Crooks fmr1 mid t Son cs VOUliavteTnot rinlil ydur c acquiitcall andtf all kinds 6l9MnfG oods Jiinc2i dosotonco itlvlft At t - 3K 3BfR celery stand Cupt J Speed Smith and RELIGIOUS BEREA Yesterday was the dullest court day wife Amber and crystal toilet bottle w far this year Only a verv Col T S Moberley and wife Cut AUGUST 3 1SS7 snail WEDNESDAY Mbs Ella Ames has gone to visit In r Elder L II Reynolds wiU prach at town No stock on the Ktuss ueeaiiier iiueii wan native wine market Some mnles were here but Miss Namiette V frooke Peach Mount Zion Church next Lords day at aunt hi Massachusetts Dr It N Kuxlcnou has gold hja few if any changed himds blow berry bowl J B Willis aHd wife 11 oclock Mrs M Carrie Browne Is visiting yellow mare to a Knoxvillo man for Penchblow vae with crystal roses The United Staxs District Attorney friends In Bracken county Removal sooo Thos E Baldwiu aud wife Piece last Saturday fded a suit against thcTrus Rev John Fee is spending a little The Adams Express office was re-Â¬ c J E Greenleaf and wife tees and managers ofthe Mormon church time at the GAssembly at Lakeside Several cars of entile bogs and sheep moved last week from lis old quaiters Peachblow vase with crystal rose C fjr its disincorporation and the winding Ohio have been shipped the past week by J on Second street to Greens Opera E Smith aud wife Cut glass olive up of its affairs AND The property involved F Wagers House building and occupies the store-Â¬ dish J Stone Walker and wife is valued at 3000000 The matter has The dwelling house occupied by Mr Clark county voted for tlie Three room recently occupied by the Wom Â¬ Fairy Inmp Dr and Mrs A W Smith been set for hearing ptember Jer mans family was consumed by Are C 15 Forks Ilailrond by a majority of nearly ans Exchange Mr Muncle and his Tete-a-telast week cup and saucer Sam Ben- Â¬ The late Wm Glenn a wealthy mer- Â¬ assistant Mr Milward Brown have nett Jr and wife Cut glass bowl eleven hundred Mr J N Davis has the frame not grown proud on account of the Rev H Glass and wife Glass fruit chant of Cincinnati bequeathed 37000 Harry wilkes bent the famous pacer superior building and will be just as stand Thos Thorpe and wile Glass for religious and educational purposes erected for a new store on one of the Johnbon at Detroit best three in live glad to wait on their patrous as Jhere- - berry bowl Mrs Sallie Miller Set To the Ohio Wesleyan University Wes- - building lots Icyan Female College of Cincinnati and heats Time 218219221 Rev John G Pond from Kirksville toiore iridescent finger bowls Dudley Tnl St Paul Methodist church of the same preached nt the Silver Creek church ble aud wife Celery stand Mr and Among the sneakers at the Court- Â¬ Blind Tom Mrs Jas Bennett Crystal and amber city he gave 7000 each these being his on Sunday last house on kn t Saturday was J Judge Bond sitting in the United ico bowl A T Chenault and wife Cut largest bequests Mrs J S Hunting has been the Brouston of Lexington States District Court at Baltimore last glass ice cream bowl Mr and Mrs Bi AUE- Gen Klack Commissioner of Pension recipient of a vi it Ironi her father Dr The election msed quietly in the Saturday decided that Thomas Wig Â¬ J Clay Pickle stand 111 silver Capt S has received the following unique letter Scott of Bloomingtou 111 county except at Berea where oue gins known all over the world as H Stone and wife Pair champagne Drop my name from the pension list Mr Emerson fur twenty five Blind Tom Crawley was dangerously btubbed the pianist shall be decanters and glasses Win O Chen- Â¬ for I am cured by faith in the Lord or Munich Germany delivered on or before August 10 into ault aud wife Crystal Fairy Lamp Blessed be the name of the Lord Tl e e ytars a resident J lute conductor the custody of Mrs Thomas McLaughlin was the guest of Pror Wright n few Ellen Betbune W Embry and wife Cut glass bowl was not much the matter witii me so the on the Kentucky Central has been who represents Charity Wiggins days ago the water bottles and glasses Mr and Mrs good Lord did not have much to do It appointed Superintendent of the Mer mother of Blind Tom and James 8 Â¬ cants Police District Telegraph Com Â¬ Brthunc who has had charge of him J F Stone Amber and crystal pitch- is probable that Tuttle and Fairchild a The Glade church has been holding revival meeting the past week under er Rev Mr Sheppard and wife One will begin to kick because the Lord is of Covington pany shall at the same time pay over to dozen cut glass goblets Capt 1U B the preaching ot Rev John I Rogers interferring with the pensioning of tl e from Danville The meeting will con Â¬ A select picnic occurred at Dripping Mrs Bethune the sum of 67000 for Terrill and daughters Misses Malwl coffee coolers Courier Journal past services The case has been in aud Ethel Crystal celery stand Mr tinue the present week Spiingsou last Saturday a bull on A Columbia S C dispatch of the Saturday night Mid a banquet on Sun- Â¬ the courts for several yearn and has and Mrs Waits of Fayette county Rev Mother Superior day Your cousin Dan Slaughter attracted considerable attention from Peachblow water bottle and glass F 29th ult says the Tact that Tom has been held as a B Crooke Crystal picKle stand in M B Lynch died in this city late last CONCERNING FARMERS knows how to draw the people chattlebythe Bethuues ever since his silver and crystal and silver bouquet night The deceased was the first East Alabama has been greatly Messrs Ellis and Higgius are ojien musical genius made him valuable holder Mr and Mrs B li Nealc Mother Superior of Ursuline nuns in the ing a stock of staple and fancy gro- Â¬ The suit was brought in the interest Peachblow fairy lamp Miss Lizzie D South having become a nun in Cincin- Â¬ damaged by high water glassware anil 01 ins mother to regain possession of Willie Vinegar btands in glass and nati in 1847 and remained in the mother ceries queensware High water has caused damage to house there for years being an inmate planters at Augusta Georgia to the euch other thing- - as are kept in a first- - him sliver Mr and Mrs A D Flora Set -- OF OUR- class house at their new stand on iridescent crystal cups Dr aud Mrs there at the time ofthe attack upon it extent of 51500000 In Camp by a mob about 1S52 She returned to Main street opposite Iiggs livery The Coney Island Jockey Cluti At Boonesboro near the site of the Heath Silver fruit stand Mr and South Carolina ot which State she was table G Mrs W Willis Mr and announces the Futurity Stake to be Old Fort a gala company of young a native in 1859 and became Mother run for in 18S8 to be worth S5037o The resilience of Prof J W McGar ladies and gentlemen are now in camp Mrs Dillingham gave Mrs Chenault Superior of the Ursuline Convent at a vNiite silk dress trimmed in crystal vey at Lexington was burned Sunday and if not bent on war yet Valla Crucis near this city the first of they ire A herd of 2500 range cattle stam Â¬ afternoon an I witii it the manuscript intently engaged in that other business the kind in the South and for thirty three peded at Pine Blull Nebraska aud andnolisofu book on Palestine and in uiiich all tilings are said to be fair years has performed the responsible duties ran Into a passing express PERSONAL train Sixty Egypt on which he has been engaged Courting like history repeats itself ofthe position and won high esteem and three were killed and nine crippled fir three years His library valued and the scenes enacted a century ago In 1S65 when Sherman burned Miss Ann Freeman is away on a visit regard at i000 was also destroyed B S Miltingly or Lebanon ship Â¬ by the sturdy youngsons ofthe frontier she saved the Preston mansion A Wilkes Smith and Wife arc at Columbia Dr around the romantic old fort are being afterward the residence of unsavory Gov- Â¬ ped from Winchester Suturday 22 or Last year Mr John G Taylor lived over by their descendants The Niagara Falls ernor Moses from destruction and it was the largest and finest mules that ever bought from a Springfield O home party numbers about thirty and aside Miss Fannie Freeman left last week for given the nuns by Sherman Afterward left that market they were rrotn rour a lioiler and engine for a thresher horn the novel enjoyment of tent life the seasidc they returned it to its owner and it was to six years old and averaged sixteen The freight amounted to 34 This boating bathing lishiiig dancing nud lately purchased for a convent and the hands and an iueh in height Average year he bought one the same size from Miss Laura Moss is Visiting in Woodflirting add variety to the pleasure Mother Superior and her nuns had oc- Â¬ price SI75 the same house and the freight was The enmpiug ground is in the beauti- Â¬ ford county cupied it hut little more than a fortnight j7 Tliii rise is due to the Inter slate In Claik county ten hogs 225 HisJ ful grove between the sulphur well mid Miss Sallie Intton of Kicliolas illc is when the Rctcrend Mothers death wild for 41 cents IS slock hogs 1G0 Commerce law the river The chef dc cuielnc is a the guest of Miss Susie March occurred lbs 41 cents 54 fut hogs 4 rents The Taylor fellows had a brass band Louisville restauraiiteur and tabletheis Fifty mountain ewes sold at S2 75 Mr Edgar Iilantonof Little RockArV pricession Monday night in honor of loaded with the best eatables A band is ixiting his 50 fat mountain shepp 3 per head a DIED parent here Tjjlors victory in Richmond precinct of music accompanies the party The lot ol ewes and lambs 2 25 er head Col Win M Irvine and wife arc at and the Ciiennult party had a brass chaperones are Mrs Lizxie Ireuitt and Infant daughter of Rev II M and A Virginia party purchased 225 Iambs Warm Springs North Carolina baud s reuade in honor of Chenaults Miss Stanley Jackson of Winchester Alma Rogers of Harrison ville Mo died weight 75 pounds at4J cents Twenty so both and the other members are Misses victory in the county Miss Sallie Owens has returned from a at the home of its grandfather Dr C C tw o butcher cattle sold at ZQ3 cents Rosu Haibisou Bessie and Tee Buck njoicid but we cant say either protracted stay at Mt Sterling Smith at Elliston Madison county Ky SO rat cattle 1545 pounds 4 cents ner of Louisville Llllie Robinson of side was exceeding glad Mrs Mary Jones of London is visiting on Wednesday July 27th 1SS7 aged Lexington Sarah Hanson of Paris NEWS PARAGRAPHS Burial occurred on Friday in 3 months Wheat Lillian Samuels of Mt Sterling Sarah her daughter Mrs S E Scott Richmond cemetery 62 cents Chicago 68 Piewitt Home market There were 01 deaths iu Louisville Maine Holloway Maybel MrsJno S Paik of Fort Smith Ark cents lidtlniore 7S cents Mrs Lcla Bush Tevis wife of Hon last week VahMeler Annie Ecton Maud attended Mrs Chenaults party We Iiave begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture W T Teis died at her home corner of Taylor Canie Lee Hathaway ami William Allison accidentally killed and complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our Teliacro Mr B Frank Walker of Atlanta is Oak and Hill streets Richmond Nettie Gay of Winchester Ky at Phillip and here looking for a few good horses Watts iu Hardin county Tobacco continues on a boom Good Messrs 5 oclock on Tuesday morning August Stanley Prewilt Kobt Hurley leaf in Lmisville 10 l cent The Sherifl ami po se who killed Miss Sarah Scott of Fax eltc county is 2nd 1SS7 The deceased had suffered Jay S D Goir David Gay E S with flux for a week or more and left a Hiatt near Stanford were discharged Jouett Jr Chas Parrish Nelson Gay visiting the family of Judge Bourne child only three days old Ben Prewilt V II Morton Gibson The death of E Fabels Sous soap factory Louis Â¬ Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods anyHcrra Fair Mr Will Park of Irvine spent Sunday Mrs Tevis is as sad as it was unexpected Taylor Wash Gay John McClintoek ville burned Wednesday Loss where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to his friends Tom and Will Arnoli This Fair will open to dny and con- Â¬ She was married about one year ago 810500 J H Stuart Tom VanMeter Prewilt with tinue thnmgli tn uiorrow and next day Mrs Barbour wife of Judge Barbour of young and beautiful and made a friend of VanMeter David Preivitt ami Tate Special Indus will run from Richmond The IhiTiuometer reached 102 at Irvine or Winchester Many friends Henry county was at Mrs Chenaults every one whom she met Her sick GihxI premium list IkiiiiI of music and ness was scarcely known for her case was Louisville on Friday the highest for from Richmond and Winchester have party otherattrictious not considered dangerous The announce- Â¬ six j ears visited the camp The outing has been Mrs I W Kirkman of Albany Ga ment of her death was a shock to the one or the most delightful on record Jerome L Hill a well known Wall Broom Factory Lawns at 3 cents per yard and will probably be made annually is spending tlie summer with relatives in entire community Her husband and Street broker is a defaulter In the ex- Â¬ Within the next few days a broom county this infant daughter hae the sympathy of a tent of S300000 Lawns at 5 cents per yard factory will lie in operation in Rich Â¬ It was begun on Tuesday of last week was from Mr W IX Watts and wife of Fajctte host of friends Deceased mond Mr L E Francis lias erected and will continue through most of this Three colored people were killed by Linen Lawns at 15 cents per yard former price 30 and 35 cents rounty attended Mrs Chenaults party Ilawcsillc Ky The funeral will take lightning while standing under a tree a house on Orange street near the week Handsome Dress Goods at 10 12i and 15 cents per yard replace from the First Presbyterian church Monday eening Natural Gas work and has eighty near Hadeusville lone to the Rati this afternoon at 24 oclock duced from 15 20 and 25 cents acres in broom corn He has experi Â¬ Mrs Tliomas Phelps and daughter A man tried to frighten a deaf and Four or five years ago a couple of Ginghams for Dresses 7 cunts former price 10 cents enced men and will turn out a variety dumb man at Hopkiusville and was young men from Lexington named Miss Katie Pltelps arc visiting in Wocd of brooms White Goods 5 7 J 10 and 12t cents former price 7 10 15 HARRIS shot aud killed Roth colored William C Marrsaud George Middle ford county Resigned ton got hold of Si salted mine in Rico Misses Raclrel and Jennie Lillard of The Savings bank at Leavenworth and 20 cents Mrs Lou Ann Hurt ol Fayette is Kansas Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from 0 It is said that Marshal James Hamil Â¬ Colorado and sold shares to the in- Â¬ Lawrenceburg are visiting Misses Ann lias made an assignment Visliug her sister Mrs Gregory ton is about to get Mail Agent George nocent ieople of Lexington and Itich and Emma DeJarnett The President ran away witii the Elegant Box Suits at 1250 reduced from 20 Only n few left Hardins run to Richmond Mr Har- Â¬ niond and oilier towns amounting to Mr Mrs Alexander Tribble is seriously money Elegant Box Suits at 1750 reduced from 20 Have only a few JC Parrish merchant at Hunts din hac resigned to take ellVct August several hundred thousands of dollars Kywas here at his old home on Monday ill with congestion of the stomach Joseph Neves made his will in A GENERAL REDUCTION OX ALL DRESS GOODS OF FIFTY lKR CENT lolh He lias made a good odicial and one citizen in this town having invest- Â¬ He reports a good business Gen J C Stone of Levenworlh Bracken county disinheriting his son his politics were 011 the right hue ed 100000 This mine turned out to if Heavy Brown Domestic 5 cents per yard Mr and Mrs J T Frazier of Louis Kans is who was visiting his son John whereupon John killed his we should like to see him keep his be a fraud and utterly worthless Bleached Domestics at 6 cents per yard place but they are not and he must Marrs and Middletou were the only ville and Miss Mary Oldham of Co- Â¬ Capt S H Stone left 011 Monday fur farther home Ladies Hose at 10 cents a pair well worth 15 cents Timothy Conly of Emory Gap Stanford panics who made money and for a lumbia Mo arc guests at J W Embrys gouitii the other rascals they nourished like a green bay Tenn who was visiting hNslepdaught while Journal Ladies Hose at 25 cents a pair well worth 40 cents Miss Stouffer of Louisville and Mr PERKINS tree But their ill gotten gains have Gover of Lincon county who were visit- Â¬ ler Mrs Ben Sinclair at Georgetown Ladies Hose at 35 cents a pair well worth 50 cents taken wings and flown away and last ing at Mr Excursion Hates dropped dead In that town rroiu heart J B Stouffers have gone Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 50 cents a pair worth 75 cents The tobacco fever has struck our disease The Kentucky Central railroad will week news came from Colorado that home farmers loo late Ladies Silk Hose at 75 cents a pair worth 125 bel round trip tickets at reduced rates both parties had been arrested for ob- Â¬ Mrs Thos S Bronston and Col C D as follows Deeriug Camp Meeting taining money under false pretensts Preaching at Bethel Christian church Childrens Hose also at greatly reduced prices Tlie Premium Acme Aug 3rd to August loth S250 for round signing nnd passing forged checks Chenault left jestcrday to visit relatives Saturday and Sunday The Acme flour a special brand Ladies Kid Gloves at 50 and 75 cents a pair well worth 1 an 1 125 trip Special rate for Sunday 7th and and for xraud larceny They are in a in Kansas They will be gone several manufactured by Bonanza Roller Mills Ladies Linen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs at Si els Mr H B Robinson had a nice Sunday 4th for round trip 150 Rome bad box and their dupes in this section weeks Bro is wiu mare to cripple herself by for Covington Arnold Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and quality at greatly under Nero Cincinnati August 1st will rejoice when the walls of the pen Â¬ iigainst a barbed wire fence niug blue ribbons At the Kirks- Â¬ Mrs Dr L J Frazce is sojourning at running itentiary shall close on them for a to September 3rd 5 50 for round trip reduced prices ville fair the breads and cakes made Grand Rapids Michigan with a party She had to be shot Register Batliel Grove Camp Meeting August twenty years sentence from this flour look first premiums Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 150 a pair worth 2 of relatives from Lexington and St One or the stockholders iulorms us Mr H B Robinson has been quite Ladies desiring Ml S415 lor round trip Bethel Grove to compete for pre- Â¬ Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 2 a pair worth 275 ill the past two weeks Dr M P Rob Â¬ that he Is not sorry to hear of Marrs Louis is about 15 miles this side of Covington miums at the fair here should make a Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cents a pair worth 1 and Middletons downfall and is sat Â¬ Mr B R P Langford and daughter inson and wife and Mrs Julia Am- Â¬ note or this and Use only the Acme Kirniiiuud Fair isfied that they both are tough citizens have returned from a two brose all of Lexington have been vis- Â¬ Mens Shoes at 2 a pair worth 250 months stay at in their breads and cakes On next Tuesday August Olh the but he doubts that they ia ide any Hot Springs Ark much improved in iting him during his illness Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 it Richmond Fair will begin Every thing out of the mines and says that Mammoth Cave Excursion Mr S A Dea therage ofthe icinily Mens Shoes at prices that will astonish 3011 thing is ready and all the indications the total amount of stock sold did not health A limited excursion will leave Lex Â¬ of Richmond bought of Mr Overton IKjiut to a good attendance Kumtrous exceed SGUOOO That less than 520000 Mr B F Craddock representing L Our entire line of Straw Hats at half price to close out Biggerstafl of this place thirty hogs to ington 011 Tuesday Augu t lfJUi 1S87 leiple and many horses from other was taken hi Richmond and that there lleilprin Co Chicago manufacturers Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents to Mammoth Cave and return These counties will be here Special trains were five or six stockholders here con- Â¬ of ladies and misses cloaks was here he delivered between the tenth and excursions have been for two summers xVll our Mens Colored Shirts go at half price to close out twentieth of Noyember at four cents are to be run on the railroads and sequently no large amount was taken this w cck taking orders u source of pleasure and enjoyment to per pound All our light colored Mens Hats go at half price to close out ample provisions to feed a large crow d by any one man He thinks the Reg Â¬ all who have been fortunate enough to Mr John Alverson of the Treasury have been made Good music ellec ister must have gotten Rico confused DRIP ROCK purchase tickets The round trip ticket BARGAINS IN tive iHilice forc abundance of ice with other mines in which stock was branch of the Government Printing Office Is only 0 50 Handsome coaches run JACKSON COUNTY will spend a month at his home RichMens Suits at 400 reduced from 500 water and many other requisites It taken by Richmond parties through without change A charming mond Ky Washington Cor Courier is the lirst attempt at an exclusive Mens Suits at 500 reduced from SG00 Rev A B William pastor of the coterie of pretty women and handsome Journal horse Fair and 110 eflbrt has been or Crystal Wedding Mens Suits at 75Q reduced from 1000 gentlemen have gone on these trip-Baptist church is sick with flux will be left unmade to Insure success One ot the most elegant entertain- Â¬ Mr David McCord Sr a prominent and have come back always de-Â¬ Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 Besides the regular ring exhibitions ments to which Richmond society has farmer who lives in the Mrs Cynthia Little of Winston is lighted The excursion is under northern part of the IMens Suits at 1250 reduced irom S0ff there will be races every day on the been treated in a long time was the the county was in town en Saturday for visiting friends and relatives here auspices or the Broadway Christian triek near the amphitheatre Crystal Wedding the fifteen lb auiver the first time in scvenycars Boys and Childrens Suits from S200 up to 750 reduced from His mind is On July IG at 2 1 m the thermom- Â¬ Church Lexington in the interest or sary of the marriage or Col aud Mrs seriously affected 300 8400 500 SG00 S750 S1000 S1250 eter registered 104 in the shade here fie C W B J Farmers Home O D Chenault at their home 011 West Miss Mary Burnam and Messrs Rodes and we all thought it n little warm Mr W B Dennis sou of Elder M Main street Monday evening last Straw Hats cut hair 111 two tit Shackelford Tutt Burnam J II and W Dennis has sold his paper The The invitations embraced ouly their J Drip Rock is coming out of the kinks Liters july20 tf 11 Farmers Home published at Dayton married friend The residence was R McDowell ieftThurday for Lexington We are to have a band of music Covington Arnold Bro want to O to a Joint stock compiiiy and Mr illuminated from op to bottom and to attend the entertainment at Col W C here with the proficient Isaac Parsous buy 100000 bushels or wheat fur which Dennis becomes Secretary and Busi Â¬ the handsome double parlors were Goodlocs given in honor of Miss Annie as leader they will pay the highest market price ness Manager An exchange siys beautifully ornamented with stands of Goodlocs friends from Hartford Conn This section has suffered from a July 20 lf It is the purpose of the new company flowers here and there causing one and Brooklyn N Y drouth but we had a good rain to day to publish the best Si cent agricultural to completely forget the extreme heat Straw Hats cut hair 111 two at J C Dr J L Harris who went to Bar Corn is looking bad but tho prospects family and trade paper published outside The refreshments were of ices bourville last month and located in Lytcrfl july20 tf the are flue for a good mast Each department is carefully and ably salads etc and were In keeping with practice of dentistry was here this week edited by competent men In those de- Â¬ the beautiful home and elegant sur- Â¬ and Patronize J J Brooks the druggist There Is an epidemic of flux in this partment New dress of type new roundings Along table laden with withsays that he has struck a live town county Mr Isaac Tuugae und John a big future The Pincville branch engraved heading new machinery and handsome gilts proved that it ofthe L N will reach Barbourville in Lynch have each lost a child and large capital invested corajKise the was a crystal wedding and that their a short time and he expects to there are several more3fck sec counflattering outlook of The Farmers friends had kindly remembered them -try equal in progress to any of the live Born to the wife of Jihn Fry n boy Home for the future We are unable to obtaiu a complete list places out west named Jacob Snider Also to the either of the presents or the names of Colored Institute A very delightful affair was the enter- wife of Dick Cox a girl on the same douois Below we give a partial the The Colored Teachers Institute is in list tainment given by Miss Margie Railey day July 23 named Nancy Jane session in Richmond under the super Â¬ Crystal and amber water set Mrs on last Friday evening in honor of her The Climax has come to see me vision or Mrs A T Million the Com- Â¬ Talitha Chenault lridtsceut berry guests Misses Mary and Margaret Henry every week for some little time and I missioner Beginuuig on yesterday it lowlset hi silver Mr aud Mrs John of Richmond With music and dancing think it a good Democratic paper ol will close on Friday Prof L V DHarris Heavy cut class dish Dr in the parlors and promenading on the sound principle nfter my own heart Dodge or Berea College Is the Con- Â¬ Kearney of Cincinnati Set peachblnw lawn the happy hours flitted by and twas Care- Â¬ ductor From this poiut Pror Dodge water glasses Mr aud Mrs Win two oclock before the guests bade the will go to Jackson Leslie and Perry Crutcher Water bottle and glasses charming hostess good night all expresscounties to hold Institutes Prof Dodge Dr and Mrs J P Herndon Pair ing themselves delighted with the evenRemaining unclaimed iu the Post Is alive to the educational interests of celery stands Mr aud Mrs E E Mc ing Versailles Sun office at Richmond the times Mid never permits an oppor Cauu Glass flower vase set in silver Since our last issue Mr J B Chenault tunity to advance the cause go unim Col ami Mrs I Shelby Irvine Cut and wife Mr Mary Miller J Lewis Booker and wife Mary S Ballard proved Wm Raker glass wine nud toilet bottle Gov and Mrs M C Heath Harriett Million Mr G W Willis and Francis Benton Maggie OCoiuier The usual exercise and work are on Mrs McCreary Penchblow vase in wife Miwes Mattie and Mary McColIum M Brt sner Niinuie A Parrish fie program and a Teacherb Amwh rilver Thos Phelps and wife One and Mrs Wm Rice Messrs F M Ellen Bigirerstafl Minis Peret tion is held every evening Among dozen cut glasses J110 S Park and Billey Ru sell CaptN Burrus Hughes C T Fox xacjt jiieiiauir hose who take pait are TJrqf Dodge wire Fort Smith Ark Cut glass Green J C N V White Dr II W Bright ChaileyCornHsonGBettie Robertsou W Stevens James A White Mattie M Hayu berry bowl sliver with spoon D It gone to Estill LJ Miller Jr T E Jones A li Forman and wife Crystal and amber of Richmond have who have passed Floreuce EMjlI Marandy Shetirley Mrs EmbryMncgie Scott Springs Among those tobb J O Whlttaker Lucrelh bouquet holder Mr L E Francis and through Richmond en route to that place Hon Jas M EmbrjiO W Sptice David Frnucls Miner Emmet Embrv L A Mc- - wife Flower vase Mrs Judge Jennie Turner This prnvder never varies A marvtl nt are Mrs J II Holloway Winchester Philip Gibson Chas Welhlte Heynolds Mattie F Dale C purity strength nml wliolexomenesx More Jack Pair crystal vases A JR Bur W R NunneHy Mt Sterling Win Wright col eronnmlca ihan the ordinary kinds and J S Aiuniii uoodioe Ureeu B Aliiler Anua- - M Ioran nam and wife PeMhblosv pitcher R Bards cannot lie old In comneUllrm with Hit mnl Mary White Cincinnati Judge Saffarans Zena Keene titmlos ot low lest RhorfwelKlii njuin or phos- G orge White T L Knlile l H C Stockton and wife Handsome vase LaM Welsh Ktl A Kraft miau pou uers rxuci oiiy in cans uovai Tennessee Mrs Sam Miller and chil Â¬ Boyston iiAKiNo Iowaxa vo- - m Wan St J y Mary Logan L T Wilson W Evsuie Cut glass dren Lancaster Dr xiiU Mrs G i Fnuey Lonjr William Yeats Jnue 22 K jue a it THE GLIMAX Court Day uuwasia bric-a-bra- THE RUSH THE ORU z jO jt2l Ej z gCfr te GESERAL EXCITEMENT IN RICHMOND i THE PALACE liv DRY GOOD S CLOTHH if35 M In A Ai OT SHOE HOUSE nolds Building next door to StoutFers Clothing House EXAITS Summer Business is Glad Largest Store Largest Stock Lowest Prices Will be pleased to have you call and con- Â¬ vince yourself that GOODS can he bought as cheap as in any city as very few arc able to compete with me buying- and selling for - Â¬ The Whole Country cash only DRY GOODS MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE immm lira iilPmlS h iinTinnp IVI XXI 11 MUSIC MAKES OTHEES MICE u ui SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM Leave Your Money niiinrfirisi miSMffsgggtesggS u umm ULO uuuiie With Us unrc JiilySMf I am So A ie Shoe iiiii riNi GOODS Â¬ W G PEYTON HAS RECEIVED A OF THE CELEBRATED two-year-o- ld SPLENDID CLOTHING Â¬ MITCHELL WAGONS For which he is sole agent for the counties This wagon has JC m We have made a general reduction in of Madison and Estill the prices of every thing in our House THESE GOODS MUST GO Â¬ 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 waejon is warranted goods must go THESE ARE ALL FACTS with fair usage for twelve months I can NO SUPERIOR Â¬ INDISPUTABLE Come FACTS Sell You A Good ThimUe Skein and See For Yourself Â¬ Â¬ LETTERS Examine Critically and Compare fully every thing is under price ALL KINDS OF M -- EOR O N CARPETS JREATTISffiS RUCrS and Oil CLOTHS TRUCKS DRY GOOBS CInOTHIM BOOTS POWDER and SHOES HATS Absolutely Pure are way down in price at AKlH ixty One Dollars Persons vpishing to examine this wagon can do so by calling at my store on Main street Richmond c H J STRENGS w 2ammoi Louisville Store TttRe cpt tf ZFjErronsr J J5M itS hows through Jjce is- - W suggestive PITH AND POINT HOME ANO FARM by tho assossor If time is monoy sonic men have enough to start a bank Be not simply good but bo good Thoreau for somothing Tho lazy mans happinos3 consists in sitting on the soft sido of a pino plauk and seeing other man work A bald hoadcd expression is gen otally hotter understood tllad A long haired one PomroyS DtmofdL Whatever you do ray boy begin Butt at the bottom and Work up father suppose I was guiug to dig a Wall Professional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S CHURCH DIRECTORY RELIGIOUS -- AND EDUCATIONAL HOME AND FARM fin Useful and BAPTIST Cane Spring Calviniet let Saturday CSTOFFICE Main street two ilonrs and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru pard stbove Second june22 tf Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and C MORGAN D D S Sunday Pastor Rev T -L Lawson Hays Fork 3rd Sundaj- and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribblc 86TOFFIOE Main Mreet over Mndi Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday son National Bank Richmond Ky Pastor T L Lawson June 22 tf Kirksvillc Brick Church Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames DR M POYNTZ Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday and bunday after 4U1 Saturday Pastor PHYSICIAN J J Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Richmond Prcdestinarian Services 2nd Saturday and Sunday and jlli Sunday PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Pastor Rev E II Buntam OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday son County Drug Store june22tf Pastor Rev B i Hunting Union 1 st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev John G Pond TAYLOR Vimy Fork th Saturday and Sunday Traotitioner hi Medicine and Surcery Pastor Rev J A James RICHMOND KY Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ OFFICE Nccond street over Mndi- - day Pastor Rev soD ueumy jLrug store Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ jutie22tf vices 3rd Saturday and lollowing bunday in eacti month at 1 1 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor JOHN M Elder M Campbell MAIN STREET CATHOLIC Next DMr to Luxons Up Stairs Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Jnne2tf days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father Haley AND SURGEON Rev OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and son County Drug Store Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each june22tf G W EVANS M D Boston has a kindergarten for the Wind Nothing writes Balzac is ir rcdeeniiauly ugly hut sin The Presbyterian Board of Minis- Â¬ terial Rolicf 1ms a balance of 30000 In the treasury The housework of Wollcsloy Col logo is done by throe hundred girl stu- Â¬ dents who devote to it forty five min- Â¬ utes every day The largest parishes in the Lu Â¬ theran Church arc to bo found in Cen- Â¬ tral Russia One of those numbers 300 villages and comprises 35000 souls Seven American girls are studying at Cambridge University Fngland at Ncwnliam College Four are gradu Â¬ ates of Vassar Smith anil Wcllesley Fulfilling the command of Christ by helping hear each others burdens will bo found to promote best the wel- Â¬ Aetc York Wit- Â¬ fare of all concerned farmer Poison trap or shoot C7erj ground squirrol you can If many posts arc to bo sot thoy should be peolcd and soaked in boiling tar A boiling pan costs but little and will last for several years lrairie Study a dimple work Iwrl at a It bad for young trcos to have wheat oats or clover growing about smile Wo desire to bo undcrraol only Keep tho ground clean by Choir roots DR T J DR FOSTER DR PHIL ROBERTS Office same as Offers his professional services to the DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden 5th Sunday PastorEtd J W Harding GJadSjSitli Sunday and preceding Satur Mjf Pastor Elder Colier Kirksville 2nd bunday and preceding rastor tkler Joseph ISailew saiuruay Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and preceding Saturday s Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hcgerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L 11 Reynold Richmond Services every Sunday at it A M and 730 P M Sunday school at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes Â¬ day eenings 715 Pastor Prof W D McClintock Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L 11 Reynolds onrner of Mam JUotUHiid ity Bennetts law office up stairs over Herutlnud drug store nod Second streets jiil3-J7-ly DR U C AMBROSE FOltD KY Office hnnrs 2 to 4 oclnek in the af ternoon Boards al Mr J C Lickey June 22 tf D Hardin W Bright A M rnYSICIAX awl SDIIGEON Â¬ son County Drug Store I want it dNtinetlv understood that I am the only one in Richmond that un EPISCOPAL Ri4MfMls the thorough ne of the Richmond Protestant Services c cry Microscope am Chemistry as applied tw examinations of tiMiei and fluids Sunday at 11 A M and at S P M of tlie human liody I only mention during the summer months Friday at J this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ P M Pastor Rev W Y Slveppard ture will be attaciied to each examina Â¬ METHODIST tion 23mchly College Hill Centenary M E 1st Sunday morning and 4II1 Sunday morning and night Prayer meeting eA ery alternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Attorneys At Law G rider RICHMOND KY College Hill M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ Special attention eiven to attracting day morning and night Pray er meeting every alternate Wednesday night Suntitles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Pas- Â¬ OfftVe in Cmmax iHiildinp S E day school every Sunday morning up tor Eld D II Marrimon Corner Main ami Second Strept Kirksville Pattor Rev S W Peeples stuirs juue 22 tf Providence every Sunday Pastor Rev II B Cockrcll BURNAM Richmond Soutii Services every Sun da v at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRev W E Arnold RICHMOND KY OFFICE Peeond street over Madi Â¬ PARRISH TURNER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E T Attorney at Lara J A SULLIVAN RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Riir OFFICE with F nam on First Street June 22 tf PRESBYTERIAN Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5II1 Sundays Fomians Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor RcvWm Crow Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ day 11 A M and 7j P M Prayer meeting every Wednesday night Pastor Attorney at Xaw FT 3 I Rev 11 Glass RICHMOND KENTUCKY Richmond North Services 11 A M OFFICE on First street same ns and 3 P M Pastor Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sunformerly occupied by Countv Judge Â¬ Miller octC ly JOE S BRONSTON Attorney at Ixaw RICHMOND KY Offiee on Second street next door to Garnelt Hww June 22 If days Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Pastor Rev L II Blanton D D MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT T J SCOTT Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Olllce on Second Street June 22 tf ton Judge J R Morton Cohhhohw callhs Attorney C J Brock- Â¬ Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W II Miller COMMON PLEAS COURT C S Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND OfHce oh Second POWELL Street Judge Scott Master Commissioner S Clerk W H Miller TIME OF HOLDING COMMON TJ E Scolt MXAS COURT jane 22 tf First Mondayin January 1st Monday in Juitc and 3rd Monday in October TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Attorney atand adjoining Lara Wilt practice in Mudl on A J REED Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ ber TIME Or HOLDING qUARTKRLY AND COUNTV COURT counties aim in tiic Court of Appeal Quarterly Court fourth Monday in On Ice hi Master Commissioners January April July and the 2nd Monday ofliee over Circuit Clerks office m October June 22 tf County Court of Claims 2nd Monday in July LOCAL DIRECTORY County Court first Monday in each month LODGE DIRECTOKY TIME OF HOLDING C1TV COURT MASONIC First Saturday in every month COUNTY OFFICERS Richmond Lodge No 25 meets ml and illi Tuesday in each month J SlEED SMITH W M B J Newlon Secretary Chapter No 16 meets 3rd Tuesday in each month WF FRANCIS H P D P Armer Secretary RichoKMMl RICHMOND COMMAVDERV NO IQ R A Million County Judge J C Chcnault County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Dealherage Jailor George V Maupin Coroner Alexander N orris Suneyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda CITY OFFICERS Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month VisHing Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armer Recorder Madison Lodge No 183 at KirksviHe meets Saturday evening before the full moon m even month T E SHANKS W M J M Smith Secretary Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Saturday evening before the full moon in every month JAMES M BOEN W M J C Witt Secretary meets City City City City Judge H Attorney Collector Clerk R C Rice A JRecd R A Barlow G Dunn J J CITY rOLICE D Fconey and J A Mcrshon CITY COUNCIL an D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKce Fourth Ward J W Capcrton OPTIIErEACECCNSTAHLESAND ILACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING COU RT JUSTICES J Richmond District No 1 D P Armer Wm Wednesday at Court House John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Willis at Court 3rd House Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Lyman Parrish Constable 1st Saturday month JOHN 11 1 LL W M Fostown District No 2 Q B Million John G Taylor Secretary at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th town meets 3r3 Saturday in every month Saturday J S Chenault Constable SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Union District No 3 Albertis Parks Jacod II Shearer Secretary at Union City 1st Saturday John A Berca Lodge No 617 at Befei meets Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R N Lantcr Constable 1st Saturday Wm M ADAMS W M Eflistcm District No 4 Wm Benton Davis Secretary J C at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles I 0 0 F Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Oldham Constable mads ercrr Monday night at Odd Icllow s Yates District No 5 T J Coylc at HoUjOaMai Street W B WH1TEN G Kingston 4th Saturday Lteland D Frazee Secretary Maupim at Speed well 3rd Wednesday I George Young Constable Boone Encampment N040 meets every Glade District No 6 James M Wood iiffitaMd third Thursday at Odd Fellows atBcrea 3rd Saturday John G GalrllarLpR Main Street Richmond Kv loway at Whites Station 1st Sa turda R A BARLOW C P R G Ballard Constable L J Frazee Scribe KirksvHIe District No 7 M Cotton Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No at Kirksville 2nd Saturday J Alexander J5irneetVecond Thursday in cadi month Ray at Kirksvillc 3rd Saturday J M at Odd Fellows Hall Fowler Constable IMS J C CHENAULT Captain - I J Fkazec Clerk Poowy District No SJ N Hendren 4 at Cotton Store 3rd Monday Wm A he Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday KNIGHTS OF HONOR Amitv Lodge No 515 K of II meet S D Carpenter Constable crcrv rnaay evening m Udd IcHous Million District No 9 J M LoBg at o clock Stapps Store 3rd Tusdy A B New ASHBAUGH Dictator by at Ilolmans Store 3rd Saturday fis Reporter James A Harvey Constable Sifting Waco I odgc No 3 j5 at Waco meets 4th Saturday in every month D G MARTIN W M W T Fl eluer Secretary MONTHS FEURUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER XJ V Â¬ Cotton sood hulls are used by somo persons in the vicinity of Kcw Orleans as mulch for strawborries serving also as an cxcollont fertilizer later in tho I soasoti f When the cooks havd bddn ftlckiilrf each other until the comb and wattle bleed profusolv pour strons alum water over thoir hoads which will causo the blooding to cease Excliange Usono stable manure on your poach trcos A mixture of somo kind of mineral fertilizer is batter Epdri monts have shown marl to be excollorit working for peach trees Gooseberry Jam Stew thebcrrios When little chicles foathcr rapidly ness they sometimes droop If the cause bo in a little water then strain through a A retired schoolmaster excuses his not due to lice thoy may bo greatly as- Â¬ sieve and return to the prescTving passion for angling by saying that sisted by feeding thom a small quan kettleadding three quarters of a pound of sugar to each pound of stowed fruit from constant habit ho never feels tity of chopped moat onco a day quite himself unless ho is handling the The most successful shepherd of and let it boil until it will harden whon rod Golden Days the future will have his mutton oh the a little is exposed to the air upon a The heavenly life that life to markot as regularly and in as good spoon Exchange For this Ornamental Frosting conditions his wool Tho same mall which death introduces the believer is not only unmarked by sin and sor- Â¬ will make both products as good of purpose use a small syringe draw it full of the icing and work in any de Â¬ row and suffering but it is attended possible St Louis Bcpubican with ever increasing capacities of love A writer says in tho Country Gen sign you may fancy Wheels Grecian and joy and peace tlema i that as the Japanese ivy clings border flowers or borders of beading It has been decided by the seniors so closely after the second year that it look well In the ibscnco of a syringe of Harvard college to have a composite can not be removed it ought not to be the ieing may le applied through a class photograph taken A scries of trained over a surface which jioods re Â¬ sheet of stitr writing paper rolled or folded into the form of a funnel In- Â¬ valuable photographs might be had if pairing or painting dianapolis Sentinel Tho Purest and Best of Queens a picture of that kind was taken on Keep an oyc on tho markos Dont Queens we have in every household every fifth or tenth commencement for They should reign with tendar hand pa- - more than market rotes for what several years rurc and true and tiring sovereigns you have to buy Get the full value The best tiling to give your enemy ThrouKh this broad and smiling land for what you have to sell A farmer IVemins nrospo ous happy land toler- Â¬ is forgiveness to an opponent GoUlti Rule has a right to bo as much a business ance to a friend your heart to a rliubarli man as a merchant or a manufacturer Sauce Cut Rhubarb child a good example to a father def- Â¬ erence to your mother conduct that stems into inch lengths without pool Â¬ After earning money by raising a good will make her proud of you to your- Â¬ ing Put tho piecos in an earthen dish thing dont lose it by lack of knowing sprinkle over with sugar Cjyer tight Â¬ what its value is and then not getting self respect to all men charity ly and cook in au oven for a faw mo it rOur Country Home New Orleans has 171 churches Why not have hoo handlos flat or which is a larger supply than is gen Â¬ ments They will have resolved thornselves into beautiful claret colorod oval like axe haiulles With such a erally credited to the gay city The juice Farm Field and Stockman handle the workm 111 can strike more Baptists head the list with 50 churches Tliroo accurately and so work nearer tho Layer Ciko or Cup Cikos the Methodists are second with 36 plants because tho hoc will not turn in churches and the Roman Catholics ogg one and one half cups of sugar third with 35 churches Baptist one half cup each of butter and milk his hands The edge will wear cvcnly two cups of flour a little over ono and the hoe last longer than with the Weekly of yoait In India the number of Protestant rounding teaspoonful flavor with pnwdor old round handle The wrist is not so lemon mixed with the flour soon tired nor the hands cramped with church members increased from 52000 and add the whites beaten lightly last When Jou come to the flat handle in 1871 to 113000 in 18S1 During Household repiir the old hoes put au oval handle this decade the number of boys in mis- Â¬ People who purchaa fowls in in one of them Farm Journal sion schools increased from 66000 to It is not generally best to kocp all 117000 while the numbor of women market seem to prcfor those that have a rich yellow skin with yellow legs kinds of stock in the same pasture and girls rose from 31000 to G5000 and therefore poultry growers should field but obscrvingfarmershave found Congregaiionalist endeavor to accomodate them but in that it pays to change sfoek occasion Â¬ Â¬ The income of tho United Presbylegjjcd fowls are the the terian Church of Scotland for the past reality the dark doing finor grained ally during the grass season The idea table in doing so is that one kind of stock year amounted to 484300 an increase best fordelicate flesh and thin skin having may like the kind of grass tbnt anothor of 41450 compared with tho income Cincinnati Times may not eat The sheep may eat just for the previous year There is a slight Young pigs will usually commence what cattle or horses may leave and Â¬ increase in the Presbytcrial contribuIt is worth taking tions while the Foreign Mission Fund to oat when about thrco weoks old and vice versa tho more attractive tho portion put into consideration by thoso who wish shows an increase of 16500 within thoir roach the quicker thoy to got the most good out of their pas Â¬ One day the childron were having ItepHbiican will learn to make a If thoy an object lesson on the blue heron can have a little freshfull fed the start tures St Louis milk at Sleeplessness Rise early exereiso The teacher called attention to its so much the better but by common freely in the open air and do not sleep small tail saying The bird hns no consent skim milk is counted sufliciont in the daytime Eat light suppors tail to speak of The next day she to meet piggys notion With milk as a and retire at a regular hour Sponge asked the scholars to write a descrip- Â¬ startor they will soon take to slop tho body with tepid water and rub tion Of the binland a little German girl made of milk feed Winter briskly with a coarse towel wound up by saying The blue heron Biilod Custard Put two tablc night clothes should be made of flan- Â¬ has a tail but it must not be talked spoonfuls of water in the kottlo first nel sufficiently long to cover the feet about to keep tho custard from sticking and prevent contact with cold sheets It is estimated that over 500000 Then add one quart of milk two table Do not give a child paregoric or sooth will be at the disposal of the Philadel- Â¬ spoonfuls of sugar two eggs tho eggs iug syrups for sleeplessness or fretful phia Yearly Meeting of Friends be- Â¬ and sugar beaten lojjothcr and two ness Sedatives should nevor bo ad- Â¬ queathed by the late John M George slices of bread If hard dry broad is of for the establishment of a boarding used it should bo soaked in wator ministered except by tho adviceStock- a Â¬ Farm Field and physician school to be located in Eastern Penn- Â¬ awhile before making the custard man sylvania and to receive children of After puttiug it on the stove watch it Friends and such others as a commit- Â¬ cloety for as soon as it boils is THE WEARING OF STAYS it tee of the Yearly Meeting may think done Boston Budget A Icrnlclom proper Indianapolis Journal Habit Which Transform To remove ink iron rust or mil- Â¬ Graceful Girls Into Dumpy llgura dew If the garment is white thon Women especially those of the up Â¬ WIT AND WISDOM washing tie a pinch of cream tartar per classes whu are not obliged to keep where the spot is After boiling re-Â¬ themselves in condition by work lose Always lot a good resolution have move the string and the spot i ill be after middle age sometimes earlier a its way Pomeroifs Democrat gone If the spots are very large or considerable amount of thoir height Cucumbers arc green but thoy get numerous the garment can ho boiled not by stooping as men do but by the best of a fellow sometimes by itself iu clean wator containing We will not estimate the sun by from one ounce to one fourth of a actual collapse staking down mainly to be attributed to the perishing of the tho quantity of gas light it saves us pound of cream tartar It will not inmuscles that support the frame in con Â¬ Gnrlyk jure the fabric Home and Farm sequence of habitual and constant People do not need to commit sui Â¬ pressure of stays and depoudonco upon cide to leave the oarth They can go COVERING HAY STACKS the artificial support by them afforded to the sea How Hay In Ricks Can He Protected IVlth Every grl who wears sUvys that press The manner of saying or doing ISouriU at SinUl Cost upon these muscles and restrict tho anjthing gos a great way toward the In ricks ton feet wide and twelve free development of the fibers that value of the thing itself Seneca feet high botwoen three and four tons form them relioving them from thoir If a man is crusty it is easy to of hay will be contained iu each rodo natural duties of supporting tho spine Good nature is length On an average between one break him all up indeed incapacitating thom from so proof against all uncivil words N 0 fourth and one half a ton of this will doing may feel sure she iaproparing riciyunc wasto whore the hay is mixed meadow herself to bo a dumpy woman A An Ohio man committed suicide by hay and clover if loft uncovored This great pity Failure of health among jumping down a well A very easy is a loss ef ono to six dollars accord Â¬ women when the vigor of jouth passes way to kick the buekot N Y Com- Â¬ ing to the local prico of hay In new away is but too patent and but too countries coarse slough hay furnishes commonly caused by this practice mercial Advertiser A Boston paper is telling its readors a good covering or th itching to ton Let tho man who admires tho piece what books thoy should take to the out tho stack with but slough hay is of pipe that does duty for the country They wont have much fun passing away before tho ditching human body picture to himself unless they take tho pockotbook along spado and improved grass seed It i3 tho wasted form and seamed skin often necessary to stora the hay out Most women from long custom of Ilotel Gazette wearing these stays arc roally un Â¬ The first small sacrifice loads the doors until barns ca i be aflTord way to others and a single hands od or whon an unexpected surplus is aware how much they are hampered Sometimes it is found and restricted A girl of twenty in- Â¬ turn given heartily to tho worlds great harvostcd work helps one amazingly with ones expedient to stack in the field or tended by nature to be ono of hnr iu tho edge of a woodland pasture tc finest specimens gravely assures one own small tasks that her stays aro not tight being ex-Â¬ To the idleindtfferont and dilatory bo fed out without hauling to tho barns jtl soon ceases to have any The writer has us sixtjo 1 foot boards J actly the samo size as those she was existence charm the only way to maintain an to make covers for rieks and found firsts put into not perceiving her con interest in life is to participate in its thorn economical For a rick ton feet domnaton in tho fact that sho has wide ton or twolve one foot boards are grown five inches in height and two in labors and struggles necessary Three polos or scantling shoulder breadth Her stays arc not Mistress Bridget every thing in five or six font long aro used on each too tight because the eonstantprossurc the house is covered with dust I cant side for rafters Tiic boards are mere has prevented tho natural development stand this dust anj-- longor Bridget ly tacked on ltfngthwisi beginning at of the heart and lung space Tho Do as I do mum dont pay any atten Â¬ the bottom lapping aninoh to shed tho dainty waists of tho poots is precisely tion to it Texas Sitings water Riftersca i ha put in place bo that llouble slimncss that is destroyed Two Pupils Both Dear fore the boards are nailed 01 or tho by stays Tho form resulting from Wfeen er ay sweetheart I espy sids of the roof may bo raised in place them is not slim but a picco of pipe Whose beart I teaeh a love usfoWs Tfeea doubly may I claim ray eye after nailing tho boards fast Tho two nnd as inflexible But while en- Â¬ A wetl beloretl Iwpil holds sidos can be fastened together at tho deavoring to make clear the outrage Tasa Sfltagt ridge with piccss Notour public conduct only and Top out tho rick of sofence wire upon practical good sense and sense of that the beauty it is necessary to understand what we reckon the momentous parts cover will havo a good slant and admit the whole state of tho case of our life but the indulgence of our on oitlior Where private pleasures the amusement of exposed toside wind is the stacks aro Tho reason if not a necessity for the it our seeret thoughts and idle hours the covers to stakes in thewell to fasten somo sort of corsolT may be found ground with whon the form is very redundant this shall bo brought into account Blair wire If the nails arc not driven quito howover can not bo with tho To try to make others comfortable down thoy can bo easily drawn when very j onng and slight but all that is tho only wiry to get right comfort- Â¬ feoding and tho boards used fpr other able ourselves and that comes partly purposes or laid away until next hay Â¬ necessity could demand and that prac- Â¬ tical good sense and fitnoss would con- of not being able to think so much ing time Tho first cost of the lumber about ourselves when wo arc helping will be about three dollars for each six- - iccde could bo found in a strong clastic other people For ourselves will al Â¬ toon feet in length and should last kind of jersey sufficiently strong and even stiff under the bust to support it ways da pretty well if wo dont pay many cars if it is asall properly cared j and sufficiently clastic at the sidos them too much attention for and back to injure no organs and im Â¬ A little Washington avonue child Near a small horse barn it was de- pede no functions Even in tho case jiersists in buying hoky-pok- jice cream sirable oacycar to build a round elastic band from an Italian When her mother stack of two or tliroo tons of Kay in ofioyoungand slight an noF bo in under the false ribs would admonished her and told her sho would addition to that contained iu the mow turn into hoky poky if site persisted in To protect this duringjherfall rains jurious butt parhaips hc contrary keen the iaos eating it she intloeently replied 0 a cap was mado of boards 4 servin well a consuinj hlBrtiJ sTjoulders fowardJamf thai chest liokey wouldnt 1 Iks cold Cleveland four parts Tho anglo of each back Jhit army stilt tatnVirthlm 111- aLeader triangular section at the top wasjsomjj chi Hefgrt31uiEtmT ri bSWitnll destroy Omaha Mjn Sec hore why dont what loss than a right nglcf so a to ing thiiber f musfjlo- - will be fatal to jon sprinkle in front of my house too givo tho four sides tho slope of a four health to frcejtu q movement and Street Sprinkler Because you refuse sided roof Tho sections wore light to beauty if is Scarcely too much to say to pey your share tlmta why 1 shut and were put in place by tho man on that tho wearfng of such amounts to oil here But the tltist from this space tho stack taking a rope in cither hand stupidity in thoso who do not know in front of my house blows all over attached to tho opposite Sections and the consoqttoncbs- - for over and over I can holpthat by the aid of tho pitcher lifting thoin your patrons again warniifg has been given and to Well I swan youvo got no more to tho top whore they were fasteucd wickedness in thoso avho do Cleve- Â¬ conscience than a niulu Omaha together by means of strong twine land Leader World wrapped around nails Tbe lower op- Â¬ posite comers were also attached iu Well Ventilated Stables Wholly Unprepared tlie samo way This covor mado ol Asa rulo in building stablos too lit- Â¬ scraps of boards did service several Mrs Colonel Yerger is a continual yours To top of the stack of horse tle attention is given to securing light source of embarrassment to her hus- Â¬ hay wS always in as nice conditions nmlventilutfyitwo mottimportantnids band Colonel Yorgr recently gave that in the mow Prairie Farmer iu kcjpirVtiok healthy It is strange that whoft tlicse can bo had so easily a dinner party to a fw seicet Indies and gentlemen Of eottrseJiQ was called A now form of amusement now in barns ars s6 often very defective and 011 for an after dinner speech Colonel vogue at Beavor Falls Pa is for a uuIiQHltliy fox laek of them Animals Ycrgcr got up and assuming an im- Â¬ number of young men to gather round slioum JjvoTlight canifortuljlo quar posing position began a natural gas torch and catch the Juue ternot onl because it is more pleas Â¬ Ladies and gentlemen unprepared bugs or beetle thou pit ihni on thoir ant ami easier to care for them in such as I am being wholly nuprep Ted to hand and beat the cigars a to whieh bajaubitbecausc they givo bettor reÂ¬ make a speech being unprepaicd wi fly away tlf quickest Tho bugs turns for the fod torsumed in sneh He was u iablc to proceed There th directly for the gas Wch and an-- healthy quarter llenty of sunlight tras a painful silence which wii jtler plan isto bit ofltllB ono who will for farm stock i as desirable and ben broken by Mrs Ycrgcr iiyiag got 11 th- - flames first nag he bir ml to Jlrfial its it b for tho family in the house Why Colonel rott knew it per Â¬ Ueath It is a very exciting game u1 of the owner In planning for nt w utiiitings thl point hntd ngt hoover fectly this morning Tableau- - Tezai ilic ors say it boats base ball U hol Â¬ Â¬ tho uso of tho hoe When a hot disli is to bo brought to the tahlo covered alwnvs have the cover well tented which prevents the condensation of steam in the lid Ono Delicious Breakfast Cake egg one cup of milk two cups flour ono and one half tablespoonsfnls melt- ted butter one half teaspoonful soda cream tartar ono orio toasnoonful ntablespoonful sugar Good Cheer Prof L B Arnold says buttor keeps best and is fresh and swcot longer whon granulated in the churn and froed from buttermilk by working It shoitld thou bo soaked in supersatur- Â¬ ated brino at CO degrees for half an hour and packed at once without a good Ps1ot Oio drop in pigremedy tor thumps at a time fa onough for a young pig once in thrcj hours s digitalis is SEEDS GRASS AltfD - Tho young ladies who have noth- Â¬ ing to wear generally havo enough Meretiant Trav- Â¬ to keop them warm eler Tho remark of the colored brother that Cussiu do weddor is mighty i unquestionably true po famain Rural Vcrmontef If you wish to win tho unsolfish dovotiou of the waiter you must show Bos- Â¬ him a good deal of quiiitor ton Commercial Uazrtte In murder case where thoro Is danger of hanging tho prisonof tho defense makes cvory effort to hang tho jury A7 O Picttyune It is a happy thing for us that this is roally all we havo to concern ourÂ¬ selves about what to do next No man can do the second thing He can George MacDjnild do tho first I am looking for Lady Shopper You Druggist a wedding present were fortunaein coming hero madam We have just laid in a large stock of Xew Uaven tho latest hair restoror Kcws A little chap told by his mother to say his prayers and to ask for what ho wanted prayed for oao himdrol bro Â¬ Tlus mother thers and fifty sistors hurried tho little shin r off to bo I be- Â¬ fore ho could say anion Well Bjbby my Schoolmaster little fellow what is your eyo for S And your Saein wi Bobby B S And Heariu wi ear B after a pause your nose B ibby For takiu the cauld wi Why it is that crying babies aro al Â¬ lowed to ride iii passenger ears while well behaved dogs are relegated to tho baggage car is almost enough to puz Â¬ zle a Inter State Puck Commorce CommKsioner -- Such a difference in people Some weep beoaae they part And languish broken hearted And others O my heart T B Aldrich dear exclaimed Cousin Jane my throat is so raw I cant sing airy more Doesnt singing make your throntraw Uncle Charles I think was the guarded reply that it has a tondoncy to make those raw who hoar mo Boston Transcript When a crowd of a dozen or more young men congregate in a billiard room at night a stranger to the entire O Because they never parted A piece of pointed whalobone J pine wood is nice to clean out comers Wash your windows with sjKMige and polish with tissn pipar Cream Pies O e half 1 teaeupTiil dour of sugar and ono lal spoonful mixed togetlier pour on a Httlo at a time three fourths of a pint of cream and add the white of an ogg boaten slightly Boston Budget Steady application w what counts in any busiiioss especially farming for in this employment a day orait hour wasted is usually more than loss of time for it is opportunity gone Farm Field and Stockman If in tin cans containing preserved moats or vegetables yon diicover more than one soldered place it is evident that the can has bee i punctured to al- Â¬ low the escape of gases caused by fer- Â¬ Our Countni ffome mentation Whenever it is noticed that tho hogs cat gravol it is a sign that some Â¬ A few thing they need is lacking piecos of coal or charcoal wi1 probably be a cure whilo the food should at tho Cincinnati Kamc time bo varied Times Before fruit stains aro washod pour clear boiling water through them or wet them with whisky or Or rub with common bak- Â¬ ammonia ing soda wet with coal oil and hang in the sun Freezing will tako out old fruit stains When a job of work is trusted to incompetont hands the result is reason- Â¬ ably sure to be a disappointment an I it may be even a calamity Tho skill Â¬ ful worker may charge more but his work will be worth more besides tho guarantee of safe performance that will not be followod by loss It is possible if not probable that you do not know how to brighten gold Very or silver jewelry if tarnished woll then brush it with an old tooth Â¬ brush wot with soap su Is and place it Some ladies keep in sawdust to dry The jewel Â¬ their jewelry in sawdust Cleveland Leader ers use this method Tea Cakes Baat up one egg in a tcactipful of milk warm pound of frel butter in tho milk add a pinch of salt and stir well witli ono pound of roll dough divide the mix- Â¬ ture into four pieces round them ami bake in a brLk oven for half an hour Cut them open ami batter them Tho addition of a little sugar and a few currentd will make nico buns ExÂ¬ change Tho small farm sliced al ways bo devoted to those crops that are not A farm of ten grown extensively acres will not pay if wheat aid corn be grown upon it but if used for growing fruit and vegetables it will bo large enough for all tha work that can be given it Everything depends tip Troy on the kind of crop grown Times TItfa well known mnmr rewrt i MfM H hx reenif it f cik M t argest nnl iih- - ounplet t Ufk In nw HteliwlMJtlin I water Keiiiucfcy Our mtillo Itesl Ibf atecl by tMjr Mtbrr wm tin- Cenirtl iwMtr em hteht Price Good mid llu l cviiiiof- TUr IneMiun mcoI and tkrliliiTtil 77 and 79 V Mulii St Lwtlugum Ky Ap W ureowiii taliTi we r lr i dec 22lyr fwl H II StMM- - Jtln AJst 11 Wrllui t m Pa vim aiul Hi n C J Brni lon FIELD Estill Springs ni r K55BP OOOXi John PvVes will fiirnih ice to the citizens of Richmond an 1 vicinity this season Now w the time t moke contracts for de liver v Hi- - headquarters are at the grocery Â¬ Â¬ leiiigaMi Fur farther Jul 6 rtkiln wMr s J a Mm KrNroN Or B H If IriiefKy store of J E apr Dkcs on North SovonJ St 13 tl n 1 Di WALLACE -- i THE TIMi TO GO TO AND CONTRACTOR Is prepared to 0 all kmjv of BUILDING AND CONTIJA WORK AT THE MOST AND GET ONE OF IJIS Reasonable Bates Spring S addles and in the best manner He i u thoroughly educated Carrx nlcr and builder and thorn eontemplut inj building will do well to secure an estimate from him Office at his residence on Hallie Irvine Street Jjlyl2 tf rJI-II5-- GREAT HORSE FAIR OF THE SEVENTH ANNUAL STATE EXHIBITION At bottom prices full line of lie also has a OK TMK single ami double Hrst class terial and best of work Saddles and Harness EARNMS8 maÂ¬ MADISON COUNTV FAIR ASSOCIATION TO BK HKUI AT RICHMOND ANSI C0NT1NTE KY REP AIRED NEATLY AND IllOMlTLY Tuesday August 9 HRK 1AVS K 87 t1 TKIirnKO t A XII KGIOCIXU HIS Ms TUB TRACK KACII DAY Go Boils Â¬ eompany can easily pick out those who are married The lattor consult their watches every live minutes after the clock strikes ten Drakes Trave- Â¬ lers Magazine Hush Tapa is reading tho paper Do not disturb him for tho daily paper is the groat educator of the people His has finished his murders outrages and minor horrors and is now in the midst of some juicy details of tho lat Â¬ Be silent or you may in- Â¬ est scandals terrupt his education Life If some men Would only put the same amount of enthusiasm into saw-Â¬ ing wood that they put into sitting on a plank and watching niuetoeu men play ball their wives could kindle the kitchen fire every twenty minutes through tho tweuty four hours ami still havo kindlings to spare Journal of Education Bone spavin ring bone curb navicular disease and similar affec- Â¬ tions of the joints ami hones ir horses are frequently transmitted from par- Â¬ ent to offspring So arc strain of the Dack tendons swelled legs grease and and roaring while a predisposition to rheumatism malignant and tumors chronic cough ophthal Â¬ mia and blindness epilepsy and a great variety of nervous disorders i inherited by horses in common with cattle sheep ami swine St Louis nt The Bonds issued in jt merit of subscription of Matli on countv to IoukviUe and Nanhvitie Railroad due in Febmarv April Jul and October 1SS7 ami iSfc will be paid t maturity at tbe MadiisM National Dank Richmond Kv C U CHENAULT Com tf preuil traitn rtailjr to auI lim CynlliisMa Wiwelnlr lin Liviu arm int vllle 4alaril I all potato aebii by tb K v U K TiuvlNOtrtwaied MmmI will fat null Mn ic All Lailta Tff on lb Pint J P KKrUCmX T T COVUMITOX lri riw Imlstii Ur K B TEKIUU rroMkmt Julrot KTOTIC3 DOUGLAS Suk Our Mrnuitte for I8S7 to July 1 are l m Ilmce ni are inuVUril to i will plenae call ami settle at im- Povijkitox Akxolk Bko X 15 Tlmf hIhi owe ns for If- w ill Hvtf tnt by enllinff at orr A A Bko Jultfi tf 1 rest f JleintlMieuH CUT FEED FOR STOCK Suggestions low Jwied Vuijj Lwiilf Journal Submitted by an Agricultur Â¬ ist oT Considerable Kiperieiice 1 have cut feed for twenty years first by hand and for the last fifteen years with ltower except three 3 ears that I topped my corn I cut last winter for sixteen head of cattle three horses and ninety five sheep I will give my ex Â¬ THE POOR EDITOR perience ih cutting and feeding cut Trials and Tribulations or a Widely Head feed 1 Iuropeun Xewspapor Will it pay to cut goo I hay of We take tho following complaint anjkind It will not unless you from a widely read continental con- Â¬ wish to mix with cut stalks because temporary which gives the public a jott add nothing to its value by cut- Â¬ few specimens from its daily budget of ting and stock will eat it well enough loiters For tho convenience of our without re iders tho letters doaling with the 2 Will it pay to cut corn stalks same subject are placed in parallel Yes mot decidedly You can mafco columns them feed one third more stock espe Â¬ 1 1 You would oblige When are vou ao-- cially cattle but remomber you must your readers by pub ing to stop this eternal lishing a few more de- Â¬ subject about the Ilof- - feed a little more grain line mithllings tails abOHt the laying garten or something that will stick to the out of the Ilofgnrten Dampen what is left in man Â¬ 3 Your paper is so Ci My wife uses old stalk 11 is imposiiQie u newspapers for olean gers iu tho morning and mix tho grain son wrap any mm up in it lngwinilows Conldyou You can not save as much on It you oan not etc not arrange 10 nave it with it rather softer 3 3 I am not Inter Why dont you horses nnd sheep ns on cattle but ested in your politics leave this local gossip enough to pay for cutting If you oan not cue alone which nobodv 3 Convenience iu f leding is no small more room to local mat cares to know and inters nnd keen roar poli crease the number of item tics in deeest bounds I your foreign oorres- 4 The manurj is worth enough 11 snail dc odi cu etc ponacnis these changes are not made more to twice pay for cutting In feed Â¬ etc 4 ing sheep in racks with tight bottom 4 why are you alYou do not sufficiently discuss the de-- ways discussim and clean out at night what is loft using it xans 01 political evenw criticUiag naked facts People like myself isvcry educated man for bedding I feed hay and grain at who do not understanu forms his own judgnight It will keep tho manure from much about politics ment on suoh matwant to form their ters packing down so hard and save tho opinion from a newspa liquids I cut in lengths from three per 11 you oan not etc G 3 Why have you no eighths to three fourths of an inch uso I like vour oaDer you can not be- - weather forecasts but if I ioro long arrange to know they are not very water enough to mako stalks damp if give agricultural news rel able but I am inter thoy swoat some all tho better for cat- Â¬ I shall be obliged etc ested la them and it tle horses and sheep will not cat as you can not etc 0 Knowlnc your id in the Dime of courtesy with recaru to the large number of well if they heat Use what salt you wish stock to have in the wator you the wishes of your read State olllclali amonir ers I am convinced that your subscribers ie dampou with In not vain would most earaesuy l snailyou ask inkindlyjurge you to devote as should not dampen warm weather you will that more than three publish the deta is much spare to Vie pubdays boforo feeding will heat if about tho Saxomurun lication of matters con wick Himbuiv Middle cerning them as you do In cold weather I dampou you do Park King Albert and to subjects interesting as I cut As for powers to cut with Cologne CatlMtdral lot to lawyers and military teries as wen as toe men u- ao you unnK I havo used several have nsod from A that a watchman is less prices of stock two to twclva horso powors with samo rood deal of ballast entitled to have his promight be left out of motion publicly an your paper to make nounced than a General box havo used post powor last winter room for thoso thing or ta official and like it It is overhead out of tho Trusting that you will way 110 tumbling roil in the way in etc -- Pall Mall Gasslle tho barn and ean out stormy days as well as any can take post down in HOME SWEET HOME thrco minutes and havo Hoor to u c Sir Henry It Ulsliop the Composer of the loast gearing and nist power for lleautlril Melody number of horsos used two hands The doubt as to tho authorship of enough to run it always ready for the bsautiful molody of Homo Swoot use Obj ctions Can not bo used fur Home still appears to bo unsettled as many purposas it boing stationary Controversies are everj- - now and thon horsas occupy from twolve to fourteen started in tho newspapers on the sub Â¬ feet of floor whilo cutting ject With the view of putting an end A word about machines that split to thom once for all I write this let- Â¬ the stalk Inovor uiod one but havo ter to prove to the most incredulous a ncighbjr who has cut for ten or that tho air is Fnglish and was the twelve years Hj tried one last win- Â¬ composition of tho vory eminent and ter and said it did not pa for tho gifted musician tho late Sir Henry IL power it took to run it and took the Bishop In ono of the many conver- Â¬ splitter attachmont off IIj used a sations ou woll known E iglish melo Â¬ ten horse power steamer U IL dies with that gentleman 1 took occa Â¬ Eddi in Oho Farmer sion to ask him for intorniation on the subj ictof 1111116 Sweot Homo the The Bones of Marshal Ney authorship of which was ofton attrib Â¬ uted to him and as oftn denied by Ssnsntional reports have boon sent junny who claimed it as a naÂ¬ from Salisbury N G Unit the reuiairu tional Scilinn air which Sir of tho famous Mnrjhal Nev who com Â¬ Henry ha I discovered and rear- Â¬ manded lbs Old Guard at Watorloo Ho ranged Ho thereupon ftivorod me buried in the soil of that Stale It is with the wliolu history Hi had boon I said that a man mimed Peter S Key ongagod in his onrly l whood to edit a canio to iSortti Carolina in 1816 and collection of tho national melodies of died there Many of hi old friondi all count rios In the course of his insist that this man was aiarshal Ney labots ho dNcovqrcd that he had no It was said that Neys s knll had been Sicilian molody worthy of reproducÂ¬ trophmed and an ixamintUion ifthc tion and Sir Heary thought Iib would remains wonld prove conclusively that invent one Tho rosult was tho now tho remains were his Ths remains well known air of Homo Sweet wore disinterred and found bo have Home whieh ho composed to tho crumbled into dust and it was impos versos of an American author Mr siblq to ascertain whether or not the Howard Payne then in lias skull had been trephined Ckieagt laiid When tl p collection was pub Â¬ Hews lished thoiuelo jv bccvm3 so popular The French projict of fertilizing mar to use a f common phrasi- - It the African dcsjrts by means tock lite town iji- - t m and several tosian wells is reported to be of r working muiovl puVisiori bclietii- it to he admirably Oa a tract of 2503 now Sicilian and non eop right reissued it of worthless land granted by ihB iy of -- Charles Mttck iyu tn L niim Tele- - Tunis an aioa of 375 acres is almad under snccMvssfeil cultlvatjott ihratigli -- im Di not wik wlliY JSiur eyes on tho Ko aid of tly first well and two other TTimil tho S avtll is apt trcav tho wells are in jjreivsB whicS are 5 pocte lio lrngriVJ T500 a ibt off Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mexican The Mustang supply his uitli the beat t Is prtnareil iMiMomeFb L mmm Sciatica Lsmbage m e b Forlx AT THELOWES Sausage and Mutton T T RI C Bkecaatina Barar SeeMs Saratches Spiaias Strain Stttcass StiffJoiate Cstoacfd MbjcI Sraptfaar Kf AH Screw U ES Edafi Bttoa 3ckaca OaUt BruiM BoaiMa Corn Sara Spavin Cracks Wars Ewiaa7 SattkSaifa FOE A SALE Â¬ THIS COOD OLD STAKO 3Y aeeeotpttstes for eiwboty toudy wfcai nl JorlL 0ee the noons for tbe the HmtaaT UahMst la fowduiHt uniTeroal anplieabllrt Srotytwaj mtriictim rrctailttjrt GOOD STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE at the best country staml in Mad Ve will be jdaa to ison county show the stock to any one wishing to buy H IU INS ELLIS jun22tf Silver Creek Ky beseh oticrUm IsmbcrmanMewtlte Tho lloudcm lie iwnb R luriin nlftiMMr BRth U for Mi IhbuwI M mrn The Cannier lwj3 wm kfe wri The llcchaule neat Tho uUd tmt hx stock TtrA The miner tim y The rionecrmmtof mntmtum immmt It U fcj hw M The Farmer seefe 1 bH ff pimp Have ConiG To Stay The Horne feBcter utaU M U U fcU hnt iiBfl rtttaace The bloult srovTcr aecje ft It Tflt Mure Mm tfcoasaaCs of dollars mmA a woM of tmoMe The KelrofidmnKMQiUKMlwfiiBre4nao loega Ma Mfe t are dot ciMiimi mil itiiarr The IlaeiiTooilnjaa seeds It Thai tmantlt tag like It an aMMete lor tho oaem to ttfr frtend and lhnfe Kin HbcralaplPlueXaadalMMie Tho Stestuboatmnaarlie Hani man mrr Tlie timlerfclRiieil having renin foruieriy occupied by lu O taote ooaw tie Mastaac Ubomm avwaaenl Hoxr Silmiiilt in Itlclmioud Ky ia preÂ¬ KeepaBGitletntheHooac Tat too U of pared to ilo alt kinds of KeepttJlocllela tbo Faetory Maha Tatt use la ease o socMeni saraa pala aaa tasa of vaacs Carriage and Buggy Keep n Bottle Always la Ike femMa for one when ranted The Alerehant Bceds Mafcoat hat store a nor the his employe jj Aechieata Tffl aapfit ana wlri aad comfort whieh aorroasd tea paoawer Wert Bcpniring Painting c which will he done at the loue rt fig- Â¬ ures and in a workmanlike manner Older token for any utjle of Vehicle Having communication wiih the tiet ManiifacorieM in the country can order any kind of Carriage in a nhmt time ami guarantee perfeot sntii faulioil III nil cases The people of MadNnn county know me and 1 hope to receive a fiiir Mmre of heir piilrniiiiite wilh many thanks for pat favois I am Host Kesneofilliy A D SMITH nil for Lou JSinktr P S BETTER THAN Whalebone on Horn Julj2i f LOOK OUT The City needs money an 1 nnu t taxes are pnt due biive have It money by paying the CollvcMr Ofllce at Second Nation 1 Bank JuljBtf R A Baklow Guaranteed HEVEB to break HATEE SIUOURK Patented Ftb 8 187 yur xaEnfactnren FOR SALE BY 4 00 412 Br 5 S Bamberger BIoQm LOUISVILLE KY Go L3 5 i DOUGLAS WttMTCCMtNfir FOB - isidl - p- nnwmanarniMl Onllftrar ot XY tiN 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