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WJQ o 1 VOLUME riBLIMIED I OPINIONS OP OTHER EDITORS RICHMOND McGlynn Commonwealth MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1887 NEWS PARAGRAPHS CONCERNING FARMERS- THE CLIMAX EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Clzhax THICK Printing TEIt YlSAlt Co The Catholic pre throughout the country are excoriating McGlynn who still in life 200 Church He will mistake Wm G WHITE f Editors Good Catholics whohaveben upon his side will not loisake their church for a THOSE UrCUMOXD BELLES recusant pi lest He has the anarchists ami communists with him and lie rARODY need not jdrlft far to become a convert Thcw Richmond belles those Richmond to the dagger ami dynamite belles How many a dude their beauty tells Ol pride and paint and that sad time V hen spending on them his last dime HOME HEROES Courier Journal FRENCH TIPTON defks ibe Pope alil te 0Wer of tle find Ids speeches openly Those joyous hoars are passed away Vnd many a dude that then was gay Vithm the poor house sadly dweHs An J sees no more those Richmond belles - Some Northern newspaper men are searching as usual In the Confederate memorial ceremonies and speeches for ungenerous and unpatriotic diatribes Those were the kind of men who were in the home guard during the war and who in the time of peace would An J 60 twill be when I am gone Tho- belles wHI paint and still Art on not have the generosity to give a nick- Â¬ el to a one legged soldier who went to While other dudes shall wall these dells And sing your praise sweet Richmond the front and caught some of the bul lets which ought lo have reached Ihese belles ex jiotfacto heroes Aristos c THE GREAT LOCK UP denominations I have always had friends among the Catholics and am indebted to them for many kindnesses May God bless all mankind Amen A religious sympathy that embraces all mankind and n creed that en Â¬ ables a man to die utterly without prejudice toward those who walk a different path to the same goal are not so rare us once tliey were and yet the spirit of he deceased statesmans last utterance conveys a lesson in tolera- Â¬ tion that all men may learn witii profit There is no form of bigotry so unreasonable as that which would appropriate to a sect or a class all the felicity of a future life There is no egotism so stupendous as that which causes its possessor to consider himself and those who think with him as the favorites and all who difler with him as the future victims of lie Deitv Faith without prejudice toward others and a canty that includes all mankind are essential elements in all true re-Â¬ ligion FOUR MILLIONS OF SOLDIERS 3IR DAVIS ON PROHIBITION I 1I m t5 NUMBER 8 London Times bushel of corn every pound of cotton will decline in value On the other hand if the administration goes to work under the jwwer given it by ex Â¬ isting laws mid earnestly tries to frame new laws for the consideration of the incoming Congress we fchall see such an era of propel ity as was never before witnessed in this land THE SITUATION i- New Yokk July 27 18S7 Certainly invite the President of the The situation in startling If allowed United States to Cincinnati How- Â¬ to continue every interest will feel it ever our people may difler with Mr Every foot of land will lecnme of Iei s Cleveland politically they honor the value every bti liel of wheat every office ami the man who occupies it Our citizens irrespective of politics will be glad to welcome him Mr Cleveland will hid a wanner reception nowhere than in Cincinnati And if he should accept which we hope he will Cinciunatnns will see that he is received and entertained right royally without the intervention or parly lines A NEW FACTOR IN HOME RULE INVITE THE PRESIDENT Commercial Gazette The fact - that with the exception Now York Star of some twenty millions deposited 03 The address presented by the women the Treasury with National Hunk- - of England Scotland and Wales ex Â¬ there is now locked up out of tibe pressing their sympathy with their and drawing uo interest in Hie United sullering sisters hi Ireland was signed States Treasury the vast turn of nearly by 40000 women and presented to the 31rtH000 wife of the Lord Mayor of Dublin on One hundred millions of this vast behalfof llieEnglish signatories Mini the Treasury is obliged to keep The names of Gladstone Cobden under the laws as a reserve against and Bright iKed to be potent to eon- United States notes jure with among the English masses Upwards of another hundred millions These ladies now come to offer to the of this vat sum is retained lo redeem women of Ireland their heartfelt sym Â¬ the notes of National Batiks failed or pathy and assurances that the horrors retiring circulation of the recent evictions have sunk deep There is uo law requiring tin into their hearts and that they have Treasury ts keep this sum locked up enlisted their influence in the cause of It is only required to redeem the notes home rule as the remedy for the evil as presented Wlth suchjictie and efficient pro- Â¬ It will bo years before these National pagators of the Gladstone idea in Great Bank notes will all come in and it is Britain the recent extraordinary mani Â¬ more than likely thai 3 to 5 per cent festation ot the multitude of new re- Â¬ will never be presented cruits to the ranks is aot to be won Â¬ Should this money lie idle these dered at II it must then there is some years dtfect in the National Bunking Law OUR NAVY which ought to be corrected LotiinvilleTimes put in Why Congress should have Since the battle between Hie Merri the power of the National Bank to use mac and the Monitor in Hampton the Treasury in this way is a serious Roads twenty five years ago which question revolutionized naval wnrfaie the Of the tKilunce of this vast turn there United States has expended fur vessels is retained to meet past due Bond- - of war and other requirements of the Disbursing OHicers drafts l O De- naval establishment a sum as large as partment accounts and divers appro England has expended within that priatioiif nearly seventy million dol- Â¬ period but a few days ago at the grand lars just as if the Treasury was not review of some of the vessels England received from the people every month has in commission the Hue of powerful upwards of twenty five million dollars warships extended fiur miles a fleet to meet all these things sufficient lo effectually blockade every Treasury De- Â¬ American port For all the above the and leave enough ships partment may set up a valid excuse to protect British interests in every but if hi the uext Congress should see quarter ot the globe while the United that something is done to utilize as States has 110 navy to speak of and large a part of tills 270000000 as is even our new ships built at John Consistent and safe Roachs protected yards are more Still remaining is 70000000 for dangerous to their ci ews than to an hich lock up there is no reason or law enemy The fact is that under Repub Â¬ except the ruling or wishes of the lican rule the Navy Department was Treasury Department a political machine with favorite con- Â¬ It is well for the people lo know how tractors whose business it whs to make the Treasury stands money and help the party without Hie following figures are from the regard to the defense of lie country oilicial statement issued by Secretary and the honor of the flag The Ad- Â¬ Fairchild June 30 1SS7 ministration is doing nobly in an eflort IN THE TREASURY to reform the concern but little can be 278101 1626 accomplished dolil Coin and Bullion until Chandlerys con Â¬ SlHrr hlwMilanl UdmjWIM tracts are fulfilled ISullioiiTraJe Dollar V mi i rrarllmial Mivertj I micttsiatariXoleK NiIIuiihI Rank Nolex 1H1hmU1 in National Km Kb The official report 011 the Russian army lately published contains the following particulars On lie 1st of January 1880 there were 824762 men including 8000 volunteers in the active army The reservemnuuted to 1600815 iu addition thus making a total of 2425 577 soldiers whom Russia could bring into the field at need In Germany the maximnm of the regular army and the Laudwehr combined is computed at 1800000 men Moreover Russia lias at its disposal 2100000 militia liable o be called upon In time of war to re- Â¬ cruit the ranks of the regular army The number of young men annually liable lo the conscription is S52000 of whom about one half are exempted by lot If the term of service were reduced from five to three years the State would iu a short time be able to hae 4000000 regular troops without having recourse to the militia reserves The Russian journals refer with jubila Â¬ tion to these practically inexhaustible resourses as compared witii other countries At present there is no such tiling as afoiceof irregulars but it is pointed out tiiat nuclei for troops of that des- Â¬ cription exist in ample measure among tlie tribes of Central Asia of the Cau- Â¬ casus and of the Trauscaspian pro- Â¬ vinces Iu addition to 235000 conscripts to be called out this year 2400 new recruits are to be raised in Kuban Terek and the Transcaucasiaii province IT SOON RUSTS THEM San Francisco Chronicle like to see a party of young men making a splurge iu what they call life I like lo see them knocking the necks oil champaign bottles at So a neck and knocking glasses out of one anothers hands ill a wild revelry Of defiance of fortune And they stand in and back one another and call for more wine and have a devil of a time But I Thats life that excitement and spirit Ah its very lovely and poor devils stand aside and envy the flush of fortune that enables fellows to have such expensive fun and indulge in it as if it were a five cent lager instead of a So wine Then there are couples and carriages and racketsaud red paint and other luxuries and they keep this tiling up night after night for a week and then the second week begins Come and have a bottle of wine No thank you Whats he matter I am sick Ive hail too much rack- Â¬ The Farmers Homo Journal office Mrs Alice M widow of John W Kimbrough of Clark has been grant- Â¬ has been removed to the new building ed a tension he being a Mexican vet- Â¬ ou Third street next door south of the Post ofliee Louisville Ky eran The country around Garden City It look 19000 feet of lumber to erect Kansas was ouce considered a rainless the derrick and eigine house for the desert but we read uow of good rains oil boring machinery at Oynthiaiia there lasting for twelve hours The Heavy rains in the neighborhood of rain belt has followed the plow west- Â¬ Columbus Ga during four days of lust ward ou the prairie at the rate ol about week caused immense damage It is twenty miles a year The corn iu the estimated tint the loss will not bo less western tier of Kansas couutles is hi better condition moisture considered than 1500000 than iu Kentucky Farmers Home The Bourbon County Colored Agri- Â¬ Journal cultural Society will hold a three days The rainfall in the banta Rita moun- Â¬ fair at the grounds of the white society tains and country lying Snutli of that near town commencing September range is said by Mr John Young 151b now in this city to have exceeded ten says times the amount that fell here At The Cynlhlana Democrat Tlieie are seventy four members of lie Greaterville it rained unceasingly for Smith family and sixty of the Jones week The grass Mr Young reports who have deeds recorded in the County is already a foot deep and waves in Clerks office the wind like a field of wheat Cattle Charles W Reed one of Guiteaus are fat aud but few losses have been ex- Â¬ counsel attempted suicide by jumping perienced Tucson Arizona Citizen nfin New York ferry boat He had a Concerning carp in Warners Lake day or two before attempted to rob the at Tucson Arizona the Citizen says cash il rawer of a hotel The lake literally teams witii carp Rudolph Welling a young German The rapidity of their growth and the employed at Fishers Mill near Mid- Â¬ increase iu numbers considering the way went bathing iu Elkhorn ami losses experiened a year ago is some- Â¬ During the coming being takeu with cramp was drowned thing wonderful fall and winter they will be put on before he could be rescued he market and will undoubtedly Mr Logan Railey one of the oldest revolutionize the fish iraiteiu Tucson and most respected citizens of this if not Southern Arizona An indeÂ¬ county met with the misfortune last pendent fortune will be realized from Friday of 11 broken hip being knocked the fish iu Warners lake alone down by a fine colt he was handling Artesian water has heretofore been Versailles Sun scarce iu Texas Recent efforts to Mrs Jane Hollow ay widow of the develop water by artesian boring have late Sam Hollo way mother of Clms met with success in the neighborhood Holloway and aunt Dr J W Hol of Houston where under currents were loway in Keene aged 84 years died at not known to exist At a her liiime hi this county on Wednes Â¬ previously depth of 34 feet there was a sudden day Nicholasviile Journal inrush of water to the depth of 18 feet Says the Winchester Democrat At 50 feet deep there was 40 feet of Winchester lias been built up by he water at 79 feet 75 feet of water at 110 railroads until she now pays one sixth feet 109 feet of water at 140 feet 148 of the taxes of the county Her taxa- Â¬ feet of water the water 111 a bold ble valuation has doubled since the stream shooting up 3 fett above the Kentucy Central was built surface of the earth It is said lo be Some fiend put some soap in the clear as crystal pure frejli and cold boiler of John Morris traction engine excellent to drink soft as rain water last week to make the water loam and and more than 10000 cattle could explode it He also filled the oil holes tlrink and leave enough to supply the witii emery dust so as to cut out the uses of a city journals Paris News T T D Andrews of Fort Worth Richard Montgomery who shot a Texas representative of the United young lady in Owen county last win- Â¬ States Burpau of Animal Industry ter because she liked another man commenting 011 the Texas cattle trail better than him was taken to Louis- sayi that not a head of cattle that has ville for safe keeping and was thought crossed the Arkansas river will return to be insane now acklowedges that to hi t native range The Texas drive liis insanity was a pretense It is is collected some near Huo ami some thought he will be lynched when nearCntIidgraud the cattle will be driv Â¬ en 110 further North aud they will not takeu back to Owen be returned o Texas A large number Dr Joe Duiiaiu aged 95 years died have already been disposed of to Kan Â¬ iu the Clark County Poorhouse last sas mid Nebraska feeders and lie great week He was at one time a promi- Â¬ bulk of the herd will go that way The nent physician and stood high in busi Â¬ prices at which they are oflered is 12 ness aud professional circles Ho was for yearlings and SIC for buried by the members of the Win- Â¬ If the owners are willing to abate Irom chester Masonic Lodge of which lie 1 to 2 In their prices not a head need Â¬ was at one time Master He had out- remain unsold Should the owners lived all his family aud for many years prefer to hold their cattle for another had lived oft the charity of friends and season they will he considered in the the public he zone or Cherokee Â¬ et lately iu neutral Another distressing accident occur- Â¬ strip The rail is now practically red at the Clay City lumber mill last closed Hereafter Texas cattle will be Thursday the victim being the sixteen sold ou the ranges aud shipped North year old son of Ben Thompson of this by mil It is a good thing for Texas county He was employed iu the mill men They will be 110 longer caught ut the edging machine aud in attempt- Â¬ with a lot of cattle 011 their hand and ing to throw the belt on lo the shaft squeezed by Northern buyer No con- Â¬ itiir his right arm was caught in it and siderable failures will result iu Texas mangled in a sickeuiug manner clear on account of the stoppage of the drive to lie shoulder the bone bting crush- Â¬ Some of the stockmen are heavily iu debt on account of having made large ed His condition is very serious purchases of land But his land lias Stanton Monitor increased iu value aud by selling a HOW INDIANS POISON THEIR ARROWS portion of it they can liquidate and Omaha Republican 1H71IK WIUIB A ILUCICY CITY Cincinnati Enquirer V vtine late Hie Treasury bad oulMuiilinir It is settled Cincinnati and the B1 2354700 - 1121 tb17 0 Ohio Valley will have a grand Cen Â¬ SiHer fertiflcmes I S Note Certitlcuttto S77iW Exposition WJ lertilienu Tims leaving Willi tliel txic llionol the IHIIo lH l in Ilio National iJunk Locked Vr In tiu Treasury 21illllile Sl000000 Guarantee Fund S57liS501 tennial next year The was com Â¬ With nu outstanding of over one thousand millions on which the people are taxed 14038400 yearly for inter- Â¬ est payments we would submit the simple question Is It just to the people to keep year in and ear out 5887000000 locked up in the Treasury drawing no interest and doing no good Since the issue of our circular ol June 16th What Use Shall the Gov Â¬ we ernment make of its Furplus have received hundreds of newspapers aiid communications from all parts of the land on this subject showing a deep interest and concern over the Treasury surplus By far lie largest majority think as we do Hint the soon- Â¬ er the rebellion debt is cleared out bought up paid onaud forgotten the better for the whole country It would be lar better for the coun Â¬ try if 150000000 of this money was immediately used to reduce the inter- Â¬ est bearing debt even It the Govern hi ni made nothing by it but it can not only reduce Hie debt but save millions in the future Interest pay Â¬ ments by doing so Truly pleted yesteiday and every patriotic citizen can rejoice To raise such au immense sum was an undertaking that no other city except this would have successfully accomplished It was a herculean task but now that the loyal Ciuciiiiiatiaus have so liberally and heartily responded there is cause for the warmest mutual congratulations The Celebration will be well worthy of the push and energy and intelli- Â¬ gence of the Queen City It will be an international event in which exhibits of every kind from all parts of the country will be conspicuously displayed To the citizens Committee who so gallantly took hold of the Guarantee Fund when it seemed that the 1000 000 could not be secured and that the ginut enterprise must fall the thanks of he entire community are due It la a source of profound gratification to know that Cincinnati never proposes any thing that she docs not carry out and this latest splendid example of nerve and patriotism on the part of her citizens will give us an enviable distinction throughout tliefyiiion All hull to the oueMmiiuredtli birthday of the pluckiest and host city iu America Â¬ This is first of he series that comes The second comes Well youll stand iu wont you Excuse me Ive got a headache now And the third Surely you will join me in a hot No I wont Im going home to bed You fellows are loo much for me Havent the constitution for it And the fuiirtli comes along Youre just the man J Im looking tor N I aint Why those fellows are all sick No they aint Whats he matter They aint bick They are ail bust- Â¬ ed and so am I and we cant have any more rackets this month THE ART AMATEUR still retain large trail THE OPIUM HAI5IT The Art Amateur for August con tains an attractive figure study iu col ors by Henry Bacon one in pencil by Carroll Beckwith the second of the striking series of large classical decor- Â¬ ative figures by Ellen Welby Pando- Â¬ ra n fine study of ladles slippers decorations for cup and saucer mid a applique border of bryony a liaudsome double page decorative bird design anil a page of monograms in O Es- Â¬ pecially timely articles are those on sketching from nature in water colors summer sketching photographing landscapes and Japanese motive for country homes Others not less val- Â¬ uable are on figure painting Richardson as an interior decorator profuse- Â¬ ly Illustrated home made stamped leather and figure subjects and por traits iu china painting The always piquant Note Book is supplemented by an unusually interesting critical review of the architecture of Fifth Avenue and he various minor depart- Â¬ ments are well filled Price 35 cents Moutaguo Marks Publisher 23 Union Square Now York Â¬ fi f HakvbyFjsicSon A TH680N N--- BRATION World Â¬ yiCP of Kentucky Gel Their WHY SHE WASNT THERE an ex Gii rfnflu of national reputa tion niHl onoor natures noblemen has Ornilia World New York Telegram jutt died at Newport Iu that State First Omaha girl just from schoql A rathr fresh looking man entered He Is truthfully described as a man It was too bad my friend Clara was not a Post office of Echfllarly attainments chivalrous at tho commencement to read her es- Â¬ See if you can find for me the ad Â¬ ant liTmornble in his principles a say It was beautifully written and dress of Mr Theopbillus Simpson finltlied elegant and jwnulnrspenker she had a perfectly lovely graduation After looking through the directory aiidgentlemau of pleasing address and dress for some time tho clerk gave it up moAt engaging manners Second Omaha girl What was the r marking In a note written a week before his title of y our friends essay Tiioj e Beasts of Men I i cant nnd him at all decease Jd Jones after designating a Noneuse Why you cant help number of Irieiida whom he wished to She ought lo have read it and let fiudiri j hiin He is a little fat man act as his patlbearers and giving dircc- some of the beaslsof men know what wiUi a bald head and little black mus tions for a simple funeral fcaid we think of them Why didnt he ahe waxed at the end He Is the I die in full faith of he Protestant Well jou see lie night before easiest man in the woild to Hud Gim Â¬ Episcopal Church but entirely vith eomraanccmenl she eloped with one of me that book out prejudice I love all Christian them VERY EASY TO FIND I was a long time before Friday I began lo think lie was going to disregard my summons and was getting angry when he suddenly put in appearance I explained to him what I w islitd to know aud without the slightest hesitation he said to the venerable arrow maker Tell my brother all about the poisoned arrows first we Well said the old man lake a bloated tyellow rattle snake in August when he is most iioisonous ami tie mm witii a lorKeu sttcK to a stake then we tease him until he is in a gieat rage This is done by passing a switch over his body from his iiead to his tail When he threshes the ground witii his body and his eyes grow bright we kill a and sparkle like diamond dear antelope or some other small animal and tearing out the liver throw it to tiie snake while it is warm and the blood still coursing through it The reptile will strike it again and again and pretty soon It will turn black When he tires the snake is leased again and lie Is induced 10 sink his fangs into the soft flesh until all the poison lias been extracted from him and the liver is reekiug with it He then is killed aud the liver lifted with a siiarp poie ior so dangerous is it uo one dares touch it The liver is Iet lie for about an hour when it will be al- Â¬ most jet black and emit a sour smell Arrows are then brought aud their iron heads pushed Into the liver tip to the shaft They are left sticking there for about one hour and a halt when they are withdrawn and dried in the sun A hlu glistening yellow scum adheres to the arrow and if it but so much as touches raw flesh it is certain to poison it to death I asked if Indians still used poisoned arrows No he replied no man Indian or white man for years past has been shot with these arrows aud t hey are uo longer made came and It Iomlon Dully Tetegrnph There is at present iu the Hospital of the Charity a young non commissioned officor as he would lie called in Eng- Â¬ land who is undergoing Irtatment as Jefferson Davis account of his ex given a peritneen as au opium smoker He says that while in Tonquiu or Cochin Among the Northern Lakes China one of the Ficnch Generas caused au nider to be issued against the of WiMjoiHu Minnesota and Iowa are use of the drug ami this very prohibi- Â¬ hundreds of deliuliled iilaces where one tion was the means ofmaking several can p iss the summer month In Jiuir t men try oplumsmoking through curi- Â¬ rest and enjoyment and return home osity Ihe non commissioned officer at the end ot the heated term com- Â¬ Each recurring went with some coin rides to the smok Â¬ pletely rejuvenated ing saloon of the village There a season bruiRs to Oconomowoc Wau- Â¬ woman came to him and tilled a long kesha Beaver Dam Vmntenac Oko-pipe witii a small hall of what appeared boji Mliinctouka White Bear and In- Â¬ to be u thick brown sirup made as con- Â¬ numerable other charming localities sistent as wax This the soldier was with romantic uames thousands of our pressed to take and placing its bowl best people whose winter homes are ou over a lamp which was alight he in either 8idi of Mason aud Dixons line haled what seemed to be the tumes of Elegance aud comfort at a moderate sugar and burnt apples He was at cot t can be readily obtained A list of first rendered ill but after a second f ummer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ pipe was plunged into the ecstatic formation pertaining thereto Is being dreams described by DeQuincey Bau distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee delaire and M Paul Bonnetaiu lie St Paul Railway and will be sent seemed to float iu a batli of luke- Â¬ free upon application by letter to A V WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO warm milk and memories that had H Carpenter General Passenger Agent the trade that we have a large tf long lain buried passed clearly through Milwaukee Wis and well selected line of He recollected fur his imagination gotten melodies snatches of songs and extracts from favorite authors but Locar Produce Markets when he awoke from the reverie he CORRECTED WEEKLY BY E E MCCANN was perspiring from pain aud fear I lie kept up the habit for GROCER MAIN STREET RICHMOND XY After this six mouths smoking thirty grammes Ky Aug 5 1SS7 Richmond of opium on the day of his depariue for Beef Cattle ButcherFrance The man at present looks Hogs 45C rather livid and Ills general appear Sugar Cured Hams ance Is that of a person wiio has been Bacon Hams Country 10 1 22 1 3c Cured paralyzed It is expected however Butter that he will be brought round by the Chickens t 50 1 75 00 tjoioc treatment of the hospital physicians Kggs Eta in which you can nnd the DOro imC M Anatole France who has asked the W llCAC 1 s55j Flour at Mill from- man for a statement of his experiences Corn per barrel j 501 75 A ROSTON TEST says that at the present moment there Hay per 100 8s 40oc is au opium saloon in Montmartre It Oais in sheaf per too Es 4020 Albany Argus loc LATEST STYLES Is chiefly frequented by young artists La Id First Young Lady Who aro those aud sculptors and ho himself wan al Â¬ Tallow Beeswax people you bowed to Mamie t5tSc AND TICK LOWEST PRICES lowed by special perihissiou to enter a Feathers Jo25 Second Young Lady Oh dont you private room where lie saw stretched Meal 6o7oc know them a Thats Mrs Moutalem 011 a divan lank and livid one of lie OaU per bushel 50c 6 Orchard Grass berUuid her husband 25 best known sculptors 111 Purls who German Millet I so We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD Have they any children Wis slowly jxilsonlng himself with Timothy Seed 2 40 and to our customer we say we will Wily Hnttle what an Idea No opium owing to the death of his wile Uats in sheal lsjl74 give you nil value lor every dollar fn iudeed They are real styli lt people 45SC vwted with u and we urge you to whose virion be was able to conjure up Choice blue grass seed Red top seed 75QJP5 give us an early call amid lie fumes of the deleterious drug Do you want pure drugs and the best brands of tobaccos nnd cigars You Baliitarla Water brought tfirwjt from t Mow Is the time to buy your QIoll can find them at T J Brooks Mich Kept only ing winie we great inducement itU St Clair Springs At McIvEKs Old Stand- June22 tf offered by J C Lyter by J C Hughe julyS Mf July13tr June 2 Oiu 1 a victim to opium smoking The soldier who is a man of education has Â¬ Reared iu Ihe creed of Democracy my faith in its tenets has grown witii its growth and I adhere lo lie maxim tiiat The world is governed too much When our fathers achieved their in- Â¬ dependence the corner stone of the government they constructed was individual liberty and the social organ Â¬ izations they established were not for the surrender but for the protection of natural rights For this governments were established deriving their Just powers from the consent of the gov- Â¬ erned This was not to subject them Â¬ selves to the will of Ihe majority as appears from the fact Ih it each com- Â¬ munity inserted in its fundamental law a bill of rights to guard tho inalien- Â¬ able privileges of the individual There was then n two fold purpose in government protection and preven- Â¬ tion against trespass by the strong upon Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky June 22 tf the weak the many 011 the few The world had long suffered from the oppressions of government under the pretext of ruling by divine right and excusing he invasion into private aud domestic aflairs on he plea of paternal care for the mortals and good order of lie people Our sires rejected all such preten Â¬ sions their system lielng Government by the people for the people res ling on he basis of natural inalienable rights Upon lie basis of these general pro Â¬ positions I will briefly answer lie inquiry in regard to the prohibition amendment at is ue Be ye temperate iu all things was n wise injunction and would apply to intolerance as well as to drunken- Â¬ ness That the intemperate ue of in- Â¬ toxicating liquors isan evil few if any would deny That it is at the root of many social disorders is conceded but then the question arises what is the appropriate remedy and what the present neces Â¬ WE SELL A FULL sity To destroy individual liberty LINE OF and moral responsibility would be to eradicate one evil by the substitution of another which it is submitted was oflered as a remedy The abuse and not the use of stimulants it must be confessed is the evil to be remedied Then it clearly follows that action should clearly be directed against the A F BIIECK AVIGGINS abuse rather than the use If drunk- Â¬ E enness be the cause of disorder and crime why not pronounce drunken- Â¬ ness itself to be a crime and attach to it proper aud adequate penalties If il be objected that he penalties could not be enforced that is au admission that popular opinion would be opposed to the law but if it be true that juries could not be Impaneled who would AND convict so degraded a criminal as a drunkard it necessarily follows that a vtatutory prohibition against Ihe sale and the use of Intoxicants would be a dead letter The next branch of inquiry is as to Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city vva i We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give yon tlie best ami most satisfactur tlie present necessity I might appeal to men not as old as job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and wn We also carry a nice line of myself to sustain the assertion that he not delay your work cohvival use of intoxicants and the occurrence of drunkenness hud become less frequent within the last twenty years than it was before Tlie refin- Â¬ Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implcmcn ing influences of education aud Chris- Â¬ Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivator Grain Drills Ve tianity may be credited witii this re- Â¬ sult Why not allow these blessed jiiiu 22tf IRON MANTELS AND GRATES FIRE BRICK AND FIRE C L VY hand maidens of virtue and morality to continue unembarrassed their civiliz- Â¬ ing work The parties to this discus- Â¬ sion Iu your Slate have 110 doubt brought forward the statistical tacts in regard to the effect produced iu other States by this eflort to control morals by legislation and I will not encum- Â¬ ber this letter by any reference lo those facts You have already provision for local prohibition If il has proved the wooden horse in which a disguised nemy to Stale sovereignty as hee guardian of individual liberty was in- Â¬ troduced let it be a warning that the progressive march would probably lie from village to State and from Sate lo United States A governmental supervision aud paternity instead of lie liberty lie heroes of 177G left as a legacy to their posterity FOLLOW THE CROWD this 7teeis Low Prices will Astonish Tou RAMSEY OLDHAM Co Shackelford Gentry AEE HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of HARDWARE STOVES and TINWARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing Guttering and all ikinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Worli Done in the most Workmanlike Manner IffOlffE BUT THE BEST OPWORKMEN EMPLOYED ALL TVORK VAJRJRAIVriSD Farming Implemenst Known To The Trade Tlie Best W Call and Examine our Stock before Suying juiief We Can Please You WIGGINS WE KEEP THE LARGEST BREOK Attention Contractors BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Builders Hardware and Building Material -- LEXIJffGTOXff BELLE COOK STOVES and RANGES -- ISTBLASTING POWDER VrSD DYNAMITE W T EDWARDB 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 junett SEW FIRM WE QUEEN AND CEESCENT HOTJTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the CLOTHING PfflGip POMS M Eas it 1 owes t 3jjKc I2tc i5iic EATS TRUNKS VALISES THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- from ChtehtiwM ni LsxiMrton wliit w1 Vi Tf ir XlUlIK illuming mill Uiglllj rnnino steeping ami BaOMUMKloacarty all r me important inetoniH wiiikhk rmtnge 1 tun RUSNINU THKOUClll tARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN JjlHeTWlSNTY EtUiT HOURS Vlliy r ott Travrtwi have a rhnfee f two kimis of Kloe1 IK Cnnninl UUIIll It tfc u dUKKN NICKB8NTlml IK Mun OlJUttlUJ Sfniinn dotrltuOfet Car and Pullman VPiuost ltec BalfcttVleeper ttinm Pifrr Al niii Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads Asr rS hoWlnj ticket piwiewiwr nraml Central Union Itopot in IikHiibaU therefore sa veil tranxfer across tho Clly comfort and eenvaiienee - Si ani u wwwwl a Journey attended resqtM tin taU I ne are fS tlt with Kpee t BEST GOODS f03EiL JOHNCOAULT IU UA1UCULL Travel yia- Queen and Crescent tot General Offiee St Paul BhIMIbo Went Koart Ht CtnetntmU General Manager General Mncerinlemlent K COUBRAN Uteo Um Ot ublo 3ic 1 tJneHlfJ PORTABLE iBral Ps u Aaot R X RYAN Aaalntaat Oeaerrt Pianger Acnl r all taec The fiusons t oakso Clover auAaA imuisajisi ioririieatcaiiasALbiJ peasaati o jvw aaiuilhu aiium siauuw ana Fres Cirenlai v jr u ctini write far waM i ROSINSCK GO ta tread U nucriON and EHCIKBS f 1 1 BtfixSn Tt linliiiiiii ntl MjBa n ir Il W B WHITE s il Ik Q iE- 1 - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTOX Wm G TWO OF A KIND lH T7 AT fcv ta T S IM Si The Berea Evangelist continues that the Free Masons and similar organisations are works WEDNESDAY AUGUST 110 1SS7 bad in principlet of darkness Â¬ Mrs Million ran ahead of all and immensely harmful in practice other candidate The Perfectionists a body Owen county ave Buckner of people in Cincinnati declare 50T0 majority Davis county that tho church is a harlot and God has departed from it 1000 the church has become corrupt Is ic of any importance to and affiliated with the world and announce thatltowan county went advises all mankind to quit the Republican church The Evangelist and the PerJudge Thomas F Hargis says fectionists are pretty much of a he will not be a candidate for whichness and a whatness and the United States Senate will accomplish about as much as The Democratic majority in the the honey bee that rams its head State will probably not reach persistently against the towindow pane in a vain endeavor escape above eighteen thousand until it falls dead in the effort We desire to remark that secret Local Option carried in Bards societies need no defense irom us town and Carlisle and was defeattherefore we leave the Evangelist ed in Mt Sterling and Louisville to learn from the societies themCrittenden county gave Bradley selves of how they do the Good 300 majority but gave the Demo- Samaritan act and otherwise adcratic candidate for Representa- vance the cause of humanity But we wish to say to tho Evantive 109 majority gelist that Chief Justice Marshall Reference to the table elsewhere never wrote against the Masons will show that Buckner received and that George Washington 109 majority in Madison county never left them Daniel Webster never said aught against the and Chenault 138 Masons and as to Dwight L Fayette county voted 200000 Moody he is liable to say any- Â¬ to the Kentucky Union Railroad thing Fayette has waked up since she TO HAVE A BOOM lost the Kentucky Central WHITE to insist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ er Injuries fronitfliichushe died In ter- - that can ofler several car loads of good rmie convulsions in aooui mree nours horses to the trade every year and for which they get In return thousands of Carlisle Mercury dollars in clean cash The advantages Sol Williams thenegro confidence rais man who escnped jfrom the Danville of all breeders of the same rectlon ing the same kind of horses Is very work house aboutfleu idays ago wasy a matter of many dollars arrested by tliemrfif of Fayette jspparejit and each season Ffty or a hundred thou county Weiluesday and returned to sand dollars brought in this way would the proper authorities here Sol at the pay off a wonderful number of debts time of his escape was serving out a out for the sixty days sentence for playing a grab and obligations aud help Â¬ game on James Sberin a white tiisn small prices which grain Is uow bring ing of this couuty The sentence by vir- Â¬ tue of his flight is Increased ten fold so The following is the monthly report Mr French of thjs work house will get of the Commissioner of Agriculture the services of this ball negro YorTsix etc for the month of July 1837 Condition Acreage huudred days Danville Advocate Per Cent Tor Cent Muddy Fork correspondent of Corn The 70 34 88 86 Mr Wheat the Georgetown News says 82 90 Jasper Hamon gave to his father a Rye 78 80 birth ii y dinner on the 4lh hist the Barley SO 94 Oats old gentleman being eighty one years Hemp 103 78 G2 78 old Eliud Hamon belongs to a fami Flax 83 90 ly that is somewhat remarkable Tor Clover SO 91 Gras longevity There are eleven children Tobacco G5 50 three girl and eight boys who lived Potatoes 78 92 to be womeu aud men aud till married Apples 60 peaches 37 pears 54 except two The oldest child died grapes 83 berries 93 garden proseveral years aio Ten are still ilviuir ducts 72 dairy products 50 aud the oldest one being in hi eighty fourth sorghum 82 per cent Poultry 100 and year and the youngest iu his sixty bees 71 per cent ai to numbers and third year Their ages aggregate 725 condition Â¬ Â¬ MOTHERS WIVES 1 DAUGHTERS I Be your own pfcvsiciahjlA lady who lor years fullered from distressing female complaints- - weaknesses etc so common to her ftx and had de- Â¬ spaired of a cure finally found reme- Â¬ cured her dies which completely Any sufferer can use them and thus cure herself without the aid of a physi Â¬ cian Two recipes treatise aud full di- Â¬ Address Mrs rections fiee Sealed W C Holmes 658 Broadway N Y 13jul lyr Name this paper A SALE FOR OF ONE TELE FOUND AT TIIK OF Public -- - Sale hlOST DESIRABLE FARMS IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY Esp years The Owsley Rifles will go into camp on Saturday Aug Gtli and remain Horses uutil Monday the 8th inclusive The Mules place of meeting will be called Camp Joel Walker in honor of J J Walk- Â¬ er Eq upon whose laud the tents will be pitched The Lancaster Cadet 20 strong will accompany the Rifles There will be dress parade each day and preaching by the chaplain on Sun day afternoon at 3 oclock The roster of the Rifles Is OS rank and rileaiiri althu the company is not yet two years old it has seen fifty days uf active service The officers and men are alt gentlemen brave aud true Lancaster is proud ot the company and her clti zens fear no riots while we have the Owsley Rifles Journal Cattle Hogs Sheep I nm not n Cheney of the firm of F J Cheney Co I considered it my religious duty to make that fel low a bet You see he was ntxnst dead and I guess he would have died tiefore Spring if I had not got him on the You know some men had rather bet loose their lives than lose a hundred well he was one of that kind and we both came near being out but I saved my hundred and it only cost him ten He sent for me dollars Hows that Â¬ one day aud said tlie doctors had all given him up to die with tlie catarrh I told him that I would bet him 100 that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure him r I would give him 100 if it failed He took the latter proposition This live STOCK Condition Numbers was three mouths ago you see how he Far Cent For Cent looks now dont you as well as any 90 93 American Toledo 91 one and a dandy 95 f Novel Bet -- While betting man said F J one of the preHieat bett im Â¬ proved mid best located firms iu Cen tral Kentucky at u rare ImrKiiin lhe farm contains 143 acres of a Xo 1 laud lying immediately at lhe junction of Iiimixville ijoutlu rn and Cincinnati Southern railroads 4 miles Emt uf Harrodsburg C miles North of Dan Â¬ ville and 28 South of Lexington Utir gin a station on the C rf It V one mIioiis mile North contains store school church express telegraph mid c A pike pasiug llie Hst oIllctf front yard leads to all these xiiitH Farm products can he shipped nnd merchandise received at either Burgiu I am now prepared to oflVr Hearts I will on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 87 As Trustee of C Stafford DYKES ON in the town of Eichraond Ky proceed to expose at public sale to the highest bidder the following described valuable real estate to wit The North Second Street A full anil complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY iRiaiEaiioiLsrjD G ings and Machinery The or the Harrodsburg Junction farm was improved about ten years ago by Crit Davi Esq the noted turf man Willi a view to rearing auu irain ing trotter- and has all the necessary appointments for that business includ- Â¬ ing a good mile track ham 40x80 c Oilier Improvements are sllcil tlieinodern frame dwelling contain Â¬ ing ten rooms three halls ite cabin smoke house ice houe coal house carriage house ami n tenant lmue or three rooms The fencing and gates arc good There are two orchards and all varieties of small fruils If not di posed of promptly lxore that lime I will on MONDAY AUGUST 2l 1887 sell the place al public outcry to the highest bidder without reserve and at the same time nil the Stock Crop Farming Utensils Household GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruilt and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Strictly Planing1 Mill BuildÂ¬ u Including Grounds Office and Mill This plant is almost new having been built and in operai only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all the moot iti ern improved machinery ami in complete order Abo TWO ITEW FRAME COTTAGES containing five rooms on the S E Corner llallie IrYine and Oram streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 29 and 30 in the Ketill addition One lot on Irvine street near Formaiis Roller Mill bun old mill lot 95 88 90 93 O 81 SO Mr i Jail me ite C4J 1115 Another of the fiends appeared last Tuesday at Bridgeport Conn George Wit stein shot his wife and then himself Tlie Prohibitionists were badty beaten in the Texas State election Sixty one on last Thursday towns gave a inajorit3r of 47174 against Prohibition wrong-end-lirst Â¬ Mn L- Union is again the boss Democratic precinct in the county The Glade is the banner Prohibition precinct also the banner Â¬ Â¬ Republican precinct We are of the opinion that John D Harris would have carried Kentucky by 4000 majority We m fr iSc j raci irtli J are afraid General Buckner has not received quite that many Winchester has a corps of artists and writers from Chicago who are working up the town in pamphlet form lhe numerous attractions and advantages are to be prom inently set forth several hundred thousand copies prn ed and sent out broad cast ovt the world This is the result of the proposed railroad from Winchester to Beattyville Winchester is to become a maunfactunng town The raw material is to be brought down from the mountains and converted into merchandise lor the other counties around and the balance of the world Richmond could have done the same thing and could do it yet but wont do it Richmond doesnt have to im prove any nor does Madison county apparently want any thing CONCERNING In Lincoln couuty sold at 225 FARMERS 160 stock ewes One Prohibitionist and he was more Ki DHL ne 01 rati Bros bought last week Lehman from various parties in Fayette county over two hundred cattle weighing about 1G00 pounds for fonr cents The wheat crop is not so good as it Pettus This will be a serious loss not only to was thought to be in June aud the the owners but to the entire commu- Â¬ threshed is at since Since Craig Tollivers death the nity the elevator being such a great yield 10 per it lias been of anticipations cent short county seems to convenience to the farmers Ten thou- Â¬ least interest in Rowan Simon Weil of LexiHgtou bought in be settling on Taylor Young He sand dollars will hardly coyer the lore and Boone Logan raised a row in of Graddy Son It is hoped that the Fayette couuty last week of H Weth the Court house last week and elevator will be rebuilt Versailles ers 24 cattle weight 1200 lbs and of W Hughes G weighiug 1300 price had the soldiers not been present Sun for both lots 340 blood would have run GENERAL covered all over with Republican A FALL IX WHEAT proclivities was elected to the Dan Currey beat The large grain elevator of V H Legislature Old Phil Thompson in Mercer Graddy Sou situated near theV county M depot fell with a crash last Satur day night there was stored in it ut The madest Democrats in Ken- Â¬ the time in the neighborhood of 60000 tucky are in Lincoln county A bushels of grain mostly wheat a large Republican named Davison came portion of which was owned by the out on Sunday day before the farmers of the county and was on stor- Â¬ election and mopped up the age there The grain U being moved earth with both Bobbitt and now at the rate of 10000 bushels a day AG Smith of Eminence sold his crop of 10000 pounds of hemp at 435 A milk famine is among the proba Â¬ bilities in northern Illinois Crops are drying up aud pastures are shrinking At Monmouth Park July 28th 22 yearlings aud thoroughbreds were sold for S73Su an average of S33545 Basil 1 Owens of Washington Mason county sold to J T Long of Lane Kansas 28 Shorthorn Kittle for 53760 Bro Messrs Covington Arnold correspondents whose residences em- Â¬ Grocprs oiler a premium of 10 on the brace seventy eight counties aud cover first day of I lie Fair for the best loaf of every section of this State wheat bread salt rising and one of 10 for the best loaf of wheat bread yeast PERKINS rising to be bakeil from their cele- Â¬ brated Aetna flour made by Bo Â¬ Mr Solon Taylor begau school at nanza Roller Mills Richmond Ky BelUel school house Monday Juyi3 tf Air S L Musters sold last week to Mi Reel Baker a lot uf huga at 4 And the The Babies Cky Fon cems old folks laugh when they find the 11 B Robinson who was reported pleasant California liquid fruit remedy as being quite ill iu my last letter is Syrup of Fig is more easily taken and lmproviug rupiuly more beneficial in its action than bitter There will not be more than half a nauseous medicines It is a most val- Â¬ crop of corn raised iu this section uable family remedy to act on the owing lo tlie drouth which has prevail- Â¬ bowels to cleanse the system and to ed fur the last two moullis dispel colds headaches and fevers It J Million wtiu has been making Mrinufactured only by the California his Uome iu Arkansas lur the past six Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Califor Stockton euis has relume J to his old hume in nia For sale by White iMudisuu wheie hu will remain tiulil lhe Urol ul Sepleiuuei Reveieud Cuuuiugham preached at Bethel Curistiaii Cliurch Sunday as CKa tammkbJL announced laat weeK lo a large aud attentive crowd 1reacliing at the OF same place tlie fourth Sunday in Au- - The foregoing statistics are made up fiom statistics given by 105 intelligent Premium Bread and Kitchen Furniture t aug Hi tf li J PINKERTON Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street Fronting 77 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable location It has on it two good cisterns and all necessary outbuildings such u wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale lSJul lGt IO OF 3E2 DF O DEL OF T Till BANK Business ON A THE CONDITION FIRST NATIONAL AT RICHMOND Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE 12 J STONE WALKER Trustee IN THE STATE it KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OF -- ATJG 1sto- - - 1887 3C033J ijp Aisria IIS ItESOURCES Loan ami Discounts Overdrafts U S Bonds to secure circulation Ollicrstocks bon Js and mortgages Due from approved reserve agents Due from other National lianks Due from Stale Banks and hauliers Itenl estate furniture and fixtures Current expenses and taxes paid Premium Bills of oilier Banks Fractional iKipercurroncy nickels and cents Legal tender note Hpecle 000 00 -- C 00 11275 05 62IS 78 A TRIAL I am simply over stocked and must reduce same 9 117 2 1183 72 SK2 M 1 lao il 7S5 77 jn X ADRUFF E Hole option fund Willi UHTreus- urcrjperceiitof circulation r ofi lfiiio 00 iX0 00 250 01 J1S1J30 91 SO NOTE THE PRICE Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth 81 Totai LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in arpius innti Undivided pro tits National Hank notes outstanding- Individual deposits subject In check Dae to other National kinks Due toStnlo llanksnnd Bankers Notes and bills re disoounted TOTAI Jenkins B G Mulhiid and Son sold to Colby 200 mountain ewes at 2 50 also to Price Bros 40 at 2 50 and 21 at 300 per head Lancaster Journal ATHENS FAYETTE COUNTY CITY cents to G8 PROPERTY JiiOO0O 00 50000 00 6078 71 45000 00 reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents trvtr ns 38 80 1703 K 11413 L0 Wheat cents U ier Fat cattle are rating at selling at 02 bushel 300 and 375 per huudred W D Watts sold to a New York party last week49 fat cattle that aver- Â¬ aged 1555 per head for 400 per hun- Â¬ dred Having determined to go Y est I will on Sat Sllr0 94 STATK OK KENTUCKY Coumv or Madisov Am 2087 The election came off at Athens with Thomas the Democratic APATHY candid- R V Anderson JJasbville Tenn Â¬ Collier the Republican opponent by GGi majority yet Buckner carried the county by only thirteen one dozen and one votes Ah there Champ ate for Representative in Bourbon Gov count carried that county over terday Four railroads are about to be built through Central Kentucky the Louisville Southern Frank- Â¬ fort Georgetown and Paris Kentucky Union and Louisville CinVirginia Is Madison cinnati county making any effort to get an additional road Â¬ Â¬ McCreary was with us on yes Â¬ receiving the warm greetings of his constituents He Bays the fight in Madison was the most stubbornly contested since the war but by hard work and fine organization was kept in line He is not at all cast down by the reduced majority in the State which he attributes to general apathy and local causes He thinks the shake up will have the effect of putting us on our mettle in SS and the old Com- Â¬ monwealth can be drawn iidoh for her UMial majority Danville Advocate sold at Cleveland O July 27th to Coates Bros Goshen N Y the gray pacing gelding Argyle 217 by The Baker Horse for 4000 Iu Boyle county GO hogs 215 pound sold at 4J cents Another lot of 108 hogs was bought from Mercer county at 4 cents but averaged only 125 pounds In Chirk county Ben Graves sold to W B Kidd for Lehman Bros 10 cat- Â¬ tle weight 1500 pounds at 4 cts JohnColeman sold a lot of about the same weight nt the same price These cat- Â¬ tle will be exported - Temperance and Prohibition are seperate and distinct institutions This was recognized by the people ot Paris on the recent election day when only six votes were cast for Fox whereas at a former election seven hundred votes were cast for Local Option Bourbon county and the Bourbon News combined gave Buckner the pitiful majority of thirteen votes Now it was clear from the yawpings of the News during the Buckner Hrrris campaign that there were a hundred thousand voters in Bourbon and all were tor Buckner Â¬ ROI Clark county gave Cleveland 249 majority but it gave Buckner the decidedly reduced majority of 75 To have read the Democrat during Senator Harriss candidacy one would have thought that there were fifty thousand voters in Clark county and that all of them C J Little of Breathitt county who and older horses from the Raucocas was recently arrested in Louisville on and Brookdnle establishments which were for Buckner a charge of swindling one Marion took place in the saddling paddock at Grayson county gave Cleveland Childers was tried on Friday and ac Monmouth Park lust Thursday morn Â¬ was a majority of 14G but went for quited He then had Childers arrested ing large not a success The attendance was but ile pite the hard work Bradley by nearly as manj Ac- for false swearing also sued him for of the auctioneer Col 8 D Bruce the damages false imprisonment c cording to the ravings of the Gray- Â¬ bidding was not lively and as all of son Gazette during the Buckner At Chattanooga Tenn Tabler Cru Mr Withers entries had reserve prices Harris campaign you would have dnp Co railroad contractors D G ou them many of them were not ofimagined the county was Demo- Crudup To ore contractors and the fered and others were withdrawn after cratic by ten thousand and all Tabler Crudup Coal mid Coke Com Â¬ being brought iu the ring One colt were for Buckner pany three firms represented by J H by King Earnest out of Fan Fan was Tauler and D G Crudup assigned bought by Chinii Hankius for 1010 Buckner ran 43 votes behind The liabilities are SIO0O00 and assets but aftei the sale Mr Withers bough the Democratic candidate for 50100 They were In need of cash him back for 1050 Stock Farm Representative in Hart county The Sharpsburg Fair opened Tuesday Mr John McLeod the Chief Civil Buckners home Buckners maEngineer of the Louisville Southern with a good attendance The trots jority was only 163 while Clevewere land carried the county by 479 Railroad while out Inspecting the pro- Â¬ ton wonCby Macey Bros King Clir and M Thomas Bros Edge posed route between this place and Cleveland lost Garrard county by Lawrenceburg iatt Friday liml his mark in two straight heatt iu 249 and 79 votes but Bradley carried it by 8- W R Brasflelds Llyne second 300 Does all this mean any horse which he was riding to fall upon 24- Carver Blackburn and Dafney dishim breaking his akle He was car-Â¬ Dr thing tanced Weiluesday the 227 class was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A New York fanner recently re ferred to a fielJ on his farm that had over run with Tice Hall was killed at Georgetown become completely daises which he cut early when in on Thursday by Eugene Fitzgerald full bloom and put into his barn The Fair at Danville latt week was This spring he opened them and found well attended and the show of stuck them as sweet and fragrant as roses was good He is feeding them to his horses nnd The Chicago officers who were charg Â¬ they relish them greatly Farmers ed with robbing tlieTrensury have been Home Journal found guilty There Is a great demand in this county and throughout the blue grass Elliott Martin was killed and John Taylor and John Vance were wounded region for breeding ewes The present ruinously low prices of cattle indicate in Rowan couuty on Thursday that there will be a wonderful falling Clarissa Sidener colored died at oflofcatile aud a corresponding In- Â¬ Lexington aged 113 years She had 9 crease of slitep Ten years ago our 44 grandchildren 72 great county was over run with sheep children and it grandchildren and 27 now appears like the experiment will be tried again Common to fair moun- Â¬ The twenty second Kentucky Regi Â¬ tain ewes meet ready sale now at ment of Volunteers iu the Federal jirices ranging from 2 25 to 275 ac-Â¬ army commanded by Col Dan W cording to quality Those who were Lindsey will have a reunion at Ash Â¬ so fortunate as to handle sheep this land Sept 14 and 15 CoL John Mason season have made good money Win- Â¬ Brown of Louisville will deliver the chester Democrat- address The pale of yearlings NEWS PARAGRAPHS its usual fighting John Taylor while in a fight with a Mr Ledford was bad Â¬ ly shot in the abdomen the ball ranged downward aud it is thought he will re- Â¬ cover The fight was over an old grudge between Ledford and Taylors brother Ledford cursed Taylors brother aud John Taylor took it up After Taylor was shot he took the pistol out of Ledfords hands and shot at him twice but neither of lhe balls took efiect Ledfords partner come up to help him when John saw him he had tried the pistol the third time but it would not go Taylor ran the partner and iu the meantime some one took up for Taylor and jumped Ledford When Taylor came back he saw them fight Â¬ ing Ledford and he said boys do not all kill him nowget olFof him and then Taylor told some one about being shot He then went to his fathtr-in-law- s aud has been there ever since and is doing well at last account Ledford was arrested and taken to jail Instead aug 10 2t of sending troops to Rowan county on election days they had better send them to Athens aud perhaps there would not be so many killed sell at public auction on the premises on Third Street my corner Cashier or the above nnuied bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J K Grbej lbvf Ci fchler Subscribed and sworn to before me thls5lli dsy of August ISS7 Kobt BuiutAM N P ConKEcr Attest J W CAPKRTON I It X WHITE Directors 11 U WHITE J K Ureenleaf I J jso Walclmiakcr Vatclie anil Jeweler DEALER IN Clocks Jewelry Silver and 1lnled ware etc Special attention given to 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 SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES EEPORT OF THE CONDITION JF T11-E- REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont loret Hie pbice npxt door to the Post oil ice Ricbmond Ky HOUSE and LOT AT IlICHMOMD GEO M WILLGING also Household and IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Kitchen Furniture I will make a clean sweep without reserve The best opportunity offered to buy an elegant home with modern improve ments JOE S BROftSTON Siecie Igal tender notes Itedeinptluii fund with US Trons urer 5 per cent circulation TOTAI Overdrafts jjjjk 21 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5oAJO Ou Dne from approved reserve ngeutK ISooT 40 Due from other National Banks 7791 21 Current expenses anil tuxes paid- IHI 75 itiunui inner jmiukh 6800 0 I pactional paper enrreucy nickels and cents 28 15 11000 00 1850 00 471337 79 RESOURCESIoans nnd discounts- - i 1887 - NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class who bin groceries that thev have opened a fresh lot of ss 130 01 IEITDCnCEITULIl BLUE GEASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest liouta KIIOH ELLIS HIGGINS CIG ABS lisoo- - STAPLE FANCY GHOCEEIES THIN COLUMN The largest building now building in Louisville is a coffin works F DESIRADLE- - Capital slock paid In 00 C00 Surplus fnnd 58000 Undivided proflls 2U17 National Bank notes outstanding 45000 Individual deposits subject to check 155452 Duo lo other National Banks ijru Due to State Banks nnd bankers 3S0 Notes and bills re discounted 930 IJABIXITItS CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO Queensware Glassware Woodeinvare 00 00 68 IO 01 93 D9 43 Totai STATE OK KENTUCKY -- 171337 79 Anarchist headquarters down on lower Main street Sec red flag DEICEFAM Cassius M Clay Plaintiff day ot August ISS7 Pauline G Rodes IIVsDerts While talking about the reduced major R E TURLEY Notary Public Y ity in the State dont forget that tlie vote T salevirtue of a judgment and order of CoanECT of the Madison Circuit Court Attest was divided among Buckner Bettie and rendered at the March term thereof 18S7 J P I HERNDON- the Baby in the above styled cause the undersigned 1 Directors JUNE WALKERl To the loner strins of Bs Bolivar will on v It seems to us that General Apathy ran General Buckner a right lively race vs i InEquity knowledge mid belief JNO B WALKER Cashier Notice of Sale Subscribed and sworn to before- mo this btli 00 County op Madison oo I Jno B Walker Cashier of tho above named bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true lo the best of ac And other articles kept iu a complete grocery house at their New North Bast West and Southwest Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Iliggins is not a new linn but has been in existence for nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good PAST share of other people to call and see them 1SKTWEEN New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Trices Lexington and Cincinnati They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell them They know how to buv and how to sell and what tlie people Schedule in Effect Feb 28th 1887 aug 10 yr want CALL AND SEE TLIEM AU POINTS O300O3 IT Â¬ SOUTIMJOUND liVe Oivlngton No S Dally Ex Sun 830 UAH No i Dally No 12 Dully Ex Son Arr 1nris Arr lpxlncton Arr Arr Arr Arr Ive Arr iiVC Lvc Cynlbiaui Ivc balmouth 1nrls Winchester Rlclimoncl 85 pir 1J0 IW Ilia aril usi 513 UEI0 lflpm EW BAR ROOM I Lave just openeil a Now Bar Boom on FI ret St reet Fi n e CUUDE SMITH CO HAVE OPENED A NEW jora Elliston precinct which will prob ably derive more benefit from the increased turnpike tax than any other precinct in the county gave a larger majority against the tax than any other precint In fact it was the only precinct in the county that gave any majority worth mentioning against the tax Is it not a little singular that J i JMM Bryan ran thirteen votes ahead of Buckner in Madison county but Bradley ran thirty one ahead of ODoberty There was not so much difference between the vote of Buckter and any other can didate o the Democratic State ticket mVr was was there near so much between the vote of Bradley and any oher candidate on the Republican State ticket Â¬ ried to Louisville ou the next day The Injury is a very paluful one Ver- Â¬ won in straight heats by Macey Bros Four Corners Jas Millers Hamletta sailles Sun second Best time 230 In the first The youngest member of the Fiftieth heat Opt J R Rogers Joshua Ewing Congress James Phelan of Memphis came second by a neck and fell dead was born In December 1850 After from the rupture of a blood vessel Tiis graduating from the Kentucky Mili- Â¬ stake was won by Mc tary Institute he went to the Univer Â¬ Kee Trainer Richmond With Susie sity of Leipsic Germany There he S hi straight heals It G Stoners devoted himself especially to the study Princess Kusell second Best time of Latin and received the degree of It can scarcely be possible that there Doctor of Philosophy He returned to is a farmer In Central Kentucky who Memphis aud began he practice of will not endorse heartily every word of law Iu 1S81 the following item from the Stockman The couuty commun- Â¬ A little girl aged about ten years and Farmer living with Mr Samuel Clark In Flem Â¬ ity district or vicinity that has a num Â¬ ing County weut to the barn one day ber of good horses to turn into money last wek to gather In the eggs She each year has about as good a safe Â¬ was amusing beraelf swinging by a guard against hard times as can be strap suspended from a rafter when found hi any other- - industry There with it around her neck she lust her are communities In which breeders balance and fell through a window are united and of the same Ideas in re- Isreaklug her back aud sustaining oth gard to the klud of horses they bretd three-year-old 20 Buckner Bettie the Baby and Bryan 1st 1SS7 REPORT OF there is now another to be added It is THE CONDITION tlie significant word Busted about the hour of eleven oclock A M -- OF TIIE- on the premises in Madison county KenLouisville has an insurance company tucky about one mile south of Richmond that makes a specialty ot insuring titles to on Big Hill turnpike proceed to expose to real estate A company that would in- Â¬ public sale to the highest bidJer the fol- Â¬ i sure against losses of political majorities lowing described property viz A RESI- Â¬ DENCE and AT RICHMOND ought to find a prompt policy holder In the Democratic party IS THE STATE OF KENTUCKY The Georgetown Times comes alone AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS every week just as if there had been no lire in ueorgetown and the Times had known as Woodland It is one of not been burned out But then vou most desirable and attractive homes in the the RESOURCES know tlie Times couldnt well be behind State Situated on a good turnpike road not exceeding one mile from Richmond Loans and discouuts the Times 4213612 14 The house is large and well built The meruruiis- 4jl II - Itflllllrt t KWnn IrmilaUnn He didnt know Jack was loaded 60000 00 land is rich and productive and lies well A and mortgages 2100 00 some of it situated not more than half Other stocks bonds reserve agents man in town got a bicycle and went out Due from approved 9230 21 7000 15 to practice with it He found it wild and mile from city limits The land is sus Due from other National Banks 7800 IM ceptible ot division into three or more Real estate furniture and fixtures expenses and taxes pald reckless 179 95 It downed him several times parts upon which suburban houses micht CuiTontand Cheeks other cash 275 - 2533 00 But he was determined to have fun out of be built and will be offered in parcels and Bills of other Banks items 00 Fractional paper enrreucy nickels somebody just to get even He met Jack also as a whole unit llll 3S The tract nearest Richmond and front Freeman and asked if he had ever ridden ing 11001 00 418 yards on the pike contains 60 Redemption fund with U8TreHsV a bicycle No was the answer Then acres Urer 5 per unit of circulation- - 2250 00 he took the supposed victim away down The home tract with residence front Totai 10ft025 in a back lot to ride the firey bicycle The ing 636 yards on pike contains 02 14 acres The residue fronts 675 yards on pike LIABILITIES man began pumping himself full of wind anu contains 100 acres Capital so as to be ready for a tremendous laugh I150000 00 For further description see survey and nurpius stock paid Iu luau 50000 00 when the treacherous machine should plot on file in this case Undivided pmntx 3IK 05 TERMS Sale will be made on a credit National Bank imtrM ntittntiif ajxwoo kick up and throw the supposed green Individual deposits subject to check 91Ji73 40 of six and twelve months The purchaser Duo to other National rider over tlie picket fence into the neigh- Â¬ wm uc Banks 94 so rcquircu 10 give Dona wnn ap-Â¬ bors garden He did not live in Rich- proved security for the payment of the TOTAIV -4310W 25 mond in the long ago when according to purchase money to haye the force and ef STATE OP KENTUCKY County of Madison jo o a prominent old lawyer who was not fect of a judgincn bearing legal interest lroin with a noted for piety John Freeman and his upon tlie day ot taleuntil all lien reserved I6HParkeschleror said property the purchase bank do solomnly swear the above named that tlie above d d torpedo were daily on the streets money is paid stMUment Is irno to IDe best of my know Â¬ ledge and belief could ride a velocipede and a man R BURNAM Jack JAS aug 10 4W M C M C C S PARKE3 Cashier who could do that could ride a bucking Subscribed and sworn to before 1110 thlsSth mustang The back lot was reached Mr day of AucustISS7 Freeman mounted the bicycle and rode Jno W Crookk Jr Notary Public gracefully over the hills and far away Cobukct Attest Syrup of Figs JAJIES BENNETT C i BURNAM Directors Manufactured only by the California J T J SMITH Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal Is Natures Own true Laxative It Is the Due most easily taken and the most pleas Â¬ antly effective remedy known to The same is made out ready io be Oil Saturday itifhr Tulv 3 n u rr cleanse tlie system when bilious or cos Â¬ receipted paid MrJney I must containing a curry comb bitisli sponge tive to dispel headaches colds and have so please call and settle at uiuusi um j cverm tuner articles a liberal Tewartl will bq piUl for Hie re Â¬ fevers to euro habitual constipation once and oblige turn nf tlie nlxlVM rfllia In Tnt indigestion etc For sale in 50 cents Yours Truly twiiAstneeorto tjMk cUuX lied 100 bottles by Stockton and Willis juy20 4t Gko M Wiwjmsjo j Thursday Sept Itowlaiul Uiclimomt licrai Arr Living ton lneaitcr 1S pm U5 lfl U0 l3U Pm llsu KII1 ll0 p ID 715 5Jpin 16 Hardware Store onWest Main Street They carry a general line of 20 pm 31 fc 15 No 3 No 1L ss 8io No WHISKIES Â¬ NORTH BOUND Lvo Iavlngston iserwi 1 222 Acres of Land Arr Klrlnnonil Ivc ltuwiaiiu lve Ijincasler Arr ltlcliinnml ivc l5 ll J ia 3r Uim -11 Hardware BKANDIES Tinware CIGAES Stoves ETC Constantly on and Groceries at lite lowest f a ui fc00nru 518 jIUGUST 1st tsr M- Arr WlticlteMlor -- Arr Pun Lve lcxiiiKtoii Lvc Paris lve Uyutlimna Lve Kulmmitli Arr Covington- -- Lve Itioliinunil 110 pm 61 G3S6 Hand They bave tlie newest ami anil will bell for CASH prices bet KomK awu 417 tfcOO l pm 1 7cJ7 15 7 atu am apm VI GALL AND BEE ME John IVIcXCenna lfcltt 1ST JI7 I8 615 several years experitmee ami lie wil do all kinds of tin work rooting aixl repairing in tlie lest style at l Het if rales Mr Smith to a praetleal tinner jut 1 MAYSVILLE BRANCH- NORTH BOUND Lve tovlnitoii Lexington xnri- No 51 No5 Dally Daltr Ex Sun Ex Sun I D -- DKAIER IN FINE- - REAL AND ESTATE Spf-cie- Arr Jllllerxburir rarlMe Jnlinmin Mtiysvllle SOUTH BOUND 20 pm 7rM am Ipii 815 8 k57 lte35 5J -- M C12 M 706 715 - Kxtiuu Ex Sun 03 735 717 No 52 Daily NoM Dally 1ioO Lve Mnywille JoliiiMin Carlisle niriM ait Lexington No 15 S3nm -- pm Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars c INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH Hells Asent Jlltlersbiint Â¬ iovinBion lve Lexington 018 IlsB 15 218 315 2 RICHMOND KY rents or exchanges all kimis f Real Estate on reasonable leniw nnd represents iint elasa Flr mim Life lu turance Omipiiles OHice In J C Lytert CtoMiIng Store - fell juiie32 tf Biti Your Account July 1 Was i LOST JTE Tran3 ami 4 are dally btwcii Winchester Lexington and Ctuclnnatl other trains are dally except Suudny Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeaso and Oliln for MU Hlerllnir Ashlmul Hunliiieton Charleston W Va and Kastern Cities PAST LINE No 3 ami i ran via Wln cheterSlid Trains vrtth Pullman Sleeplnc Cars lietween Cliiciunntl nnd Richmond VL and Winchester aud Washington I C 1 liroiii4h Tickets and BucgHgR Checked U any destination reached by u railroad IXir fall particulars address or call ou any acuiit of tho Company or 8 F R MOUSE D AFEEIY Uen IWr Act Trav PassV Agt- Receiver Richmond npral Office CnvIugtonKy 842 pm slOOiarr Paris First Street RichmondKy M BARLOW Is beating them all making the beat grade of Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie New England and other Pianos Chicago HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND Ky Cottage Organs Meal and Coal Pays highest cash price for PIAKOSSD OMLUtS FOR KL51 KaJiagyHadag port payraent Writ Fo Pricks and Tipms LUKE U M1LVAR S and lo W Main St Lt A - ir Please call and settle ynur abcun to uly Ut jtfy3 4r CKOOKSSosr -- WHEAT V nmm h aMMagdKfcfcgaB5urfgwdv - SzgggS5fflfiBHMMlB9teflMyMIHiififc3fflMMMBE THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Borini for without fail Kus AUGUST 101887 will beaiu to day - ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS DUE THE HER Â¬ ALD SHOULD RE PAID AT OXCE TO THE CLIMAX SEE DATE AFTER YOUR XAJIE Official Vote of Madison St -- 1 As we were going to press last even Â¬ ing society people were moving in the Wheat at Chicago 00 ceuls BuHI- direction of the attractive homeof Hon 1VS Bronston The Miees Bronston more 77 cents were enlertalning In honor of Mfes Mr Charles Waller ia salesman for Lester of Washington Jity Ellis Higgina Mr Tom Hughes lias been uppoiutetl Post master nt Harris Select Burley tubueco cents in Louisville I NjlMilj Mi 1 r at ifi i PERSONAL Miss Emma Henry is in Versailles c s 3 2 ii HiMiiii II Mr John A Stuart of Winchester was in Richmond Saturday Dr Pigg arrived from Florida last week on a visit to his old home here Mr E Field Miller of Mississippi is visiting relatives here at his old home Miss Nannie Hood Tucker of Win- Â¬ chester is visiting Mm Bettie Little Mr J 11 Burton of Kirksville has gone to East Bernstadt to teach school Dr Bosworth and Mr Tom Biggerstaff of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with friends here is visiting House iiiiiiiii it i 1 i I gg BagsSKSSa HI MKag o 3 1 Pined SSSatsarsgl KCtSeGBB M i Aara -- A number of persons have been fined worth 271 S10 and costs in the city court for fail lug to clean up their premises after one notice so to do having been served on Jimmie Onietfsflii who has leeuJ them fcic K witii lever ti recovering a 1 xoj slsiH2IE til arx3H3 1 g S SlSeK5S2 3- - -- t ncniTx I nt The number of prisoners ranges from fifteen to twenty hi jail Latonia Mrs Dr Morris Evans of Lancaster Mrs Harvey Gobb at Red Show will open on Tuesday August 23rd and continue live dais The build Â¬ ings recently damaged by storm have mid every tiling is With the exception of a fow dry been repaired ppos Madison county will have a fine ready There are 103 rings for stock 51 for horses 28 cattle 10 sheep c Til crop and 8 hogs aiid 174 for agricultural horti- Â¬ Another new atore hi addition to Mr cultural dairy poultry and needle Thomas Karrs will open at Red products Hnue in a few days Killed pe head of a Go HI finii is on ex Â¬ pound In a fight at Mai chester Clay hibition in the window of Mr George county on cleotlon day Jack HacKer W liekels 011 Second street unskilled Dale Little mortally and Daw McICee TraynoHa mure Susie S White serlotitjy wounded wnn the race easily at Haoker was a brother to Theodore Hacker of this place and went to Shariburg 011 last Wednesday mjIiooI here firteen years ago Little Commissioner Burnam ofitrs for sale was speechless on last Wednesday and publicly SeHemler 1st the beautiful is supposed to have dieit before this Kodes place See advertNement He was related to the Breathitt county Tliere was a lowering of about ten de Â¬ Littles White will get well He has grees in the temperature the latter part numerous relatives in this county of last week The hot spell was an severe one Ellis Hisgins This firm announces elsewhere in is a young county judge in There town He arrived 011 Tuesday a day I this issue that they would be gld to no late to vote He will be in time I litiA lint ll menu- - nuu new ones 100 can aim see them Their new Ierliis21 years trom now store is filled with new good and it is Tiie public school under the guid Â¬ their intention to sell them right along ance f Misses Peyton Krazee and at the most reasonable prices Call Harcourt will open on next Monday and see them 011 Main street nearly on August 5ih at the brick school house the other side from Piggs livery stable Their long years of expeiience qualify on Second street them to buy the goods the people want Mr Thomas H Karr will open a at the right kind of figures and to sell new store at Red House ihe firot of them the same way next week and keep a stock of general merchandise The Red House i j Still in the Rin- growing and Mr Karr will keep up Col L D Baldwin of Nicholasville his corner of it was in Richmond 011 Friday He says Mr Alfred Thompson the noted that Jessamine county is certainly fisherman who now lives near Doyles Democratic though by a distressingly ville 111 this county has jmbsed his 7th small niHJoritv only 74 for Jones Col Baldwin and Mr birthday He is ili ableil by iheuma Representative a former Goverment tism Mr Thompson has caught more RodenbauKh big fish than any man 011 Kentucky oilicer had a misunderstanding oa the night of election day which resulted in river live 01 six shots being tired by and at On next Saturday Aug 13th at each oilier At the same time an 3 oclock I M Capt J Seed Smith unknown xirty across the street shot as agent for John A Todd anil wife twice at Col Baldw in A bullet from will sell the cottage situated 011 the Rodeiibaugha pistol struck a man Big Hill turnpike near the first toll named Hooker and made a slight gate Sale at Courl house wound in the leg Capt J C Turner Chief Engineer of theL C and V road lias purchased V The L C the old French place on Lexington The Louisville Cincinnati and Vir Â¬ Ave for SS750 The place contains ginia Railroad as heretofore stated is twelve acre- - three fourths of which to run from Winchester to Beatly ville are within the city limits Winches Â¬ It corresponds to the Richmond and ter Democrat Three Forks R iilroad Last week we announced that Clark county had voted 11 President It Terrill has our by a large majority the subscription thanks for a complimentary ticket to asked of that county This we the Madison Fair which begins next have to sy that 011 last wek Saturday Tuesday and the following invitation Estill county voted by a majority of Ve shall be pleased to have you at Â¬ six hundred ihe subscription asked of tend and accept the courtesies of the her This week Lee county will vote lest fair In the State Stanford on a similar proposition and tliere Journal will lie a larg majority in favor of it J 15 Shockeney Louisville Ky Work is to begin at once and the road formerly of Richmond lias sold to Sire to be completed within ayear Then Bros New York City the liny mare Winchester will grow fat on what llo aline Wilkes 218 by Conns Har- Â¬ Richmond could and should have had For of alTsad words of tongue or pen ry Wilkes on of George Wilkes dam It might have Belle Rice sister to Rhode Island 225 J the sadest are these been by Whitehall dam bv Zilcada Gold dust for SIOOOO Small graylKHiiiil pup kist Leave hi in at this office anil receive reward 1 The Latonia Fair and LIve Stonk M 1 fort r with her Get Miss Lizzie Jett is seriously ill at Frank- Â¬ Her sister Mrs J J Brooks is Wilkes Smith and wife and Elliott Poc Smith have returned Dr A Mr a 11 seggaiggSl A - it from Niagara Mr Robert Portwood of Saybrook his old home Red rni Knlukiiig Gam A strange story the truth of which is vouched for by numerous responsible persons comes to us from the Big Hill couutiy iu this county About three years ago Mr John Ballinger was so unfortunate as to shoot his little girl by accident The poor little thing ran from the house Into the yarn fell upon a long plank and died A year later the plank was made into a lee gum by one McSweeney and bees were put into it but left it Mr McSweeney discovered that frequently a knocking sound proceeded from the gum as if some person were rapping on a door only there was but one knock at a time and the intervals were some minutes Tins was evidently the cause or the bees leaving The gum then went into the iiosVes siou of Mr Reuben Jox at the Moore place not far from Mallory Springs Then a Mr Scuttle put bees in the gum but they refused to stay in it and Mr Cy Baker took it to his house but so far he has not been able to make the bees behave themselves Mr Cox says that he often heard the knocking clear across the road that it was more frequent at certain seasons of the year than others and more no-Â¬ ticeable at night than day Mr Cox will bet his farm that the gum is a gen- Â¬ uine mystery and has behaved pre- Â¬ cisely as hereinabove described Camp Meeting Illinois 1s visiting House this county The Misses Logan of Richmond after visiting Mrs Douglas ot Travila have gone to Versailles Sun The Fair Yestprday was the first day of onr Fair It was emphatically ladies day an d they were there too in great num- Â¬ bers and wherever the ladles are you will always find Ihe men so they were there also The display of Needle Â¬ work Flowers Painting Wines Gar Â¬ den Products c was unusually good and attracted the attention aud inter Â¬ est of all The weather as compared with what it has been for several weeks past Is delightful and the outlook for a good fair a large attendance and good time generally was never better Capt R B Terrill the President and his efficient corps of Directors mid other assistants are ever at their respective posts ready and anxious to minister to the comfort of their guestc The enterprising house of D H Baldwin Co or Cincinnati so well ami fuvoigdily known to our citizens have erecUtl on the grounds a neat cottage for the display of Organs and Pianos Next week we will give a complete list of the premiums For the present suffice It to say the CIjIMax office is the recipient of the handsomest boquet of cut flowers and it is no difference whether it lias the blue or the red ribbon or no ribbon nt all it is the handsomest in our opinion and 110 doubt about it THE RUSH THE CRUSH AND THE IN m 1 GENEftAL EXCITEMENT S AKE RICHMOND thYpalace DRY GOODS CIOTHM 31 1 Hearts Ease is what very many of us are seeking From an advertise Â¬ ment iu ibis issue of the CintAX it will be seen that it can be bought The present owner is going to Kansas otherwise he would not part with it For particulars address Climax office Richmond Ky or Eld B J Pinker tJii Burgin Kentucky We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement elsewhere in this issue of the sale of the residence of Mr J S Bronston This is one of the most desirable place in the city The hou e is Veil built is well located and is a delightful home The sale of the residence and household and kitchen furniture wil be positive and without reserve as Mr Bronston has determin Â¬ ed to go w est A day or two ago some iraso line es caed from a barrel or can at Smith Wilmois at Hutchinson and soaked through the ground into his well His sou Billy Ht a ma toll and dropped it in the well when an explosion took place and blew the bucket and wind Â¬ lass about fifty feet high Billy re Â¬ ceived a bruised arm it being struck by the windlass and a scare which will forever make him remember the dan Â¬ ger of gasoline The bottom of the well has not come down yet Paris ICews To The Smiths Zion Eld Robt Graham of Lexington oc- Â¬ cupied the pulpit at Mt Zion Church last Sunday morning at 11 oclock and ngHin in the afternoon at 4 oclock Elder Graham is one of the finest pulpit orators of the State and his efforts on this occasion detracted nothing from the reputation that had preceded him He tilled the appointment of the regular pastor Eld L H Reynolds who is engaged in a protracted ineet at Berea in Fayette county This was the first meeting of the congregation since the re openlng of the house It has been thoroughly and most taste- Â¬ fully papered and painted and a baptistry lias been built the only one iu the county except that in the Baptist Church of this city We were told that Mr Then Gibbs was entitled to a large share of the credit of the repairs 011 the church but without one Â¬ word of disparagement to Mr Gibbs or any other man iu the church we are inclined to believe that there as at some oilier churches of which we know the ladies arc entitled to their share of the credit Pestiferous Ponds About the depot there are three ponds that produce more or less fever every summer There are now five or six well defined cases of fever that are supposed to have originated from them A year or so ago the Council had one of them drained and the water escaped by way of the ravine that leads down back of White Ss Harbers coal yard and crosses Estill Avenue near Charley Coley Mr Coley was damaged by this act sued the town and was paid S159 The owners of properly along the ravine say that they will sue the town for damages should the drainage of the onds be turned upon them The town had agreed with the railroad to furnish the drain pipe provided the road would have the work doue but npon learning that the persons through whoso property the drainage would run objected the work was abandoned The only other escape except at great expense is through the cemetery What view of the situation the ceme Â¬ tery company will take remains to be seeu From Decatnr Alabama ple generally known of the excursion a large number would have gone By the way there will be another special on next Sunday at the same price As it was only a dozen went from Richmond but were augmented along the way until the train was crowded The country is beautiful and a glimpse of Winchester Paris Millersburg aud Carlisle is had The camp grounds are situated im Â¬ mediately on the road at the crossing of Licking River There is a great bend in the river forming a sort of horseshoe and the camp is across the riyer at the toe and 011 a pro- Â¬ montory corresponding precisely to Lookout Mountain in its relation to Moccasin Bend of the Tennessee River The grounds are well supplied with Plenty of trees water nice cottage and grass The tabernacle has a seat Â¬ ing capacity or fifteen hundred anil The tliere is a large dining hall grounds are enclosed with fence and gates but outside is a wide wild range for ramblers The land upon which the camp is located belongs to Hon Thompson Parks a fine old gentleman now iu Iiis82ud year He was born on the place and has always lived there His lather owmt two mills 011 Licking and furnished Gen Jacksons army at New Orleans with flour Mr Parks has been iu both the State Senate and aud is as House of Representatives lively yet as most men of sixty The camp is owned by a stock com- Â¬ pany most of whom are Presbyterians Mr T J Glenn Circuit Clerk or Nich Â¬ olas county is President of the com- Â¬ pany aud tills the place right up to the notch The preaching Is under tits super Â¬ vision of Rev M Evans D D late of this place Rev Dr Scudder Presby- Â¬ terian of Eliziville well known here preached on Sunday morning and Rev Mr Sedwiek Methodist in the The music was unusually afternoon fine The instruments iu the choir were an organ pUno aud cornet Mr Fog or Mt Sterling was the cornet ist and Miss Scudder daughter of the minister was one of the vocalists The camp is situated about six miles each from the Upper aud Lower Blue Licks aud if the tiiort to find mineral water by boring proves futile water will be piped to the grounds from the Upper Blue Licks The attendance on last Sunday was sixteen hundred or two thousand and was pronounced the smallest ever seen thereon an excursion Sunday Ten thousand are expected next Sunday Special Trains train left Richmond at oclock on Sunday for the Parks Hill on the Maysville Camp Meeting Branch of the Kentucky Central a few miles beyond Carli le The round trip fare was only S150 and had the ieo A special 7 If the heirs of Win MSmith who came from Tennessee to this county about fifty years ago will pall at this olli ce they will learu something of in Â¬ terest to them Flax Dr Roberts informs us that there are about twenty cases of flux in Poosoy One death only has occurred a child of Kinch Tudor A good rain is need Â¬ ed In Poosey On account of the Richmond Fair special trains are running on tiie Ken- Â¬ tucky Central this week as follows 715 Lve Paris 740 Austerlitz - 800 Winchester Rankin Ford Gilbert 812 824 800 7 00 Arr Richmond Lve Rowlaud Red House - 845 715 725 1 at Ford The foundation for the Presbyterian Church at Ford has been laid and the work will be pushed as rapidly as pos- Â¬ sible The house will be a handsome frame structure 50x30 feet with stained glass windows The oot will be about 1500 The contract was awarded Clinrch Lancaster Hyattsvllle Point Leave Lowell- 73 5 741 753 75G Paint Lick Morau - - Arr Richmond Lve Livingston Silver Creek Ft Estill Duncatuion 805 813 8 19 Mr J W Owens of Birmingham Alabama formerly a prosperous mer- Â¬ Eld S W Crutcher preached at the chant in this place it here on a visit White Oak Pond Church last Sunday Elder James E Lee will preach in the Judge Hiram S Douhitt of Howard Kansas formerly of Richmond is visiting regular Baptist Church in this place on -- OF OU-RSaturday and Sunday next his old home College H HI this county Rev P A Eubank of Clark county Mr A C Green of Cincinnati was in formerly a resident of Madison leaves Richmond last week to ice his father with his family for South Africa in a few who has been seriously ill for se cral ays where he has done missionary work weeks for several years The Mormon missionaries teach that Messrs Owen McKec W B White T C Covington Theodore Hacker and Col no unmarried woman can go to heaven Jim Brooks were at the Sharpsburg Fair They may be wrong but it is just as true that no woman wants to go to heaven on last Wednesday before she is married Lowel Citizen Mr Win Oldham and his sister Miss Jas McClintock and Son the grocery Cornicofthe While Hall neighborhood men elders of the Presbyterian Church are at home again after a protracted visit North were suspended by the Synod at to relatives in Missouri Covington for violating one of the church I Mr and Mrs A I Carver and Miss ordinances by selling liquor in their Liilie Rogers all of Dawson Ga and grocery Mrs Henry Butler of Pans Ky are The meeting at Somerset church this guests of the family of Mr R P Fox county held by Elder C P Williamson Miss Mattie Lester of Washington D of Richmond closed Saturday night with three additions twenty C is visiting the family of her uncle Hon twentyand one by letter Ml two baptisms Sterling Thos S Bronston She ii a sister o Mir C Lamar Jr who visited here Sentinel LQ At Stouchbcrg Pa Tuesday the old- Â¬ in June est Lutheran church in the country was Mr B J Newlon left last week for struck by lightning and destroyed The Blue Lick Springs where he remained corner stone ot the building was laid in several days He is now at Maysville at1743 rebuilt in 17S6 and seriously damtending the Annual State Meeting of the aged two years ago by a dynamite explo- Â¬ Christian Church sion A protracted meeting is in progress at Mr Harvey Helm a graduate of Central University last June has gone to Red Housebut is about closing Elder R We have begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture Birmingham Ala as a delegate of Cen- Â¬ R Noel of the Baptist church preaced tral Chapter to high Council of the Mon lay afternoon Elder J T Turpin of and complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our Estill county had preached for a week or Sigma Nu Fraternity ten days before This meeting followed a Mr AJ Reed of Richmond Deputy Grand Master of the Odd Fellows paid ten days meeting of the Methodist church Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods any the Lodge here a virit Tuesday night and Red House needs a church building Brother Barnes stirred up the sea lions where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to was much gratified with its flourishing Sunday night when he announced his faith condition Stanford Journal in a universal resurrection He said sub- Â¬ Eld S W Crutcher of Louisville was stantially that Death being the principal in town Sunday on his way to the State that was to be overcome by Christs death Meeting of the Christian Church at all things whatsoever that have ever lived Maysville He came by Richmond to and are now held in captivity would be spend Sunday with his aged father Lawns at 3 cents per yard set free Horse cattle dogs birds behe- Â¬ moth and whales everything that lias Lawns at 5 cents per yard ever lived will live again and in a higher Teachers Institute Linen Lawns at 15 cents per yard former price 30 and 35 cents The fishes said he The Madison County Teachers In- Â¬ state of perfection Handsome Dress Goods at 10 12 and 15 cents per jard re stitute wilt be held iu Richmond next that swim in the river clear as a crystal will be more beautiful swift and grace duced from 15 20 and 25 cents week Beginning 011 Tuesday 16 it Ginghams for Dresses 7 cents former price 10 cents will hold four days The Institute will ful and the birds that live in the groves of be conducted by Prof O A Leonard of heaven will have more brilliant hues and White Goods 5 74 10 and 12J- cents former price 7i 10 15 Brother Cyiithiaua under the direction of Mrs will sing far sweeter songs Barnes interprets the text For as in and 20 cents Amanda Taylor Million Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from G Adam all die even so in Christ all are PROGRAM made alive to mean what it says All Elegant Box Suits at 1250 reduced from 20 Only a few left TUKSDAY MOKNINQ AUG 16ni means all Then animals birds and fishes Prayer Music Elegant Box Suits at 1750 reduced from 20 Have only a few Music are included Winchester Sun Organization and Enrollment 00DS OF FIFTY PER CENT A GENERAL DEDUCTION OX ALL DKESS Appointment of Committees DIED Heavy Brown Domestic 5 cents per yard Address of Welcome J A Sullivan The death of Katie Burton was an- Â¬ Essay Subject an Institute Bleached Domestics at 6J cents per yard two weeks ago L Z Taylor nouncedhard for her friends to realize that Ladies Hose at 10 cents a pair well worth 15 cents It is Object of Institutes c Conductor Katie lias been called away so unexpected Ladies Hose at 25 cents a pair well worth 40 cents NOON KECESS was her death A severe attack of measles Music Ladies Hose at 35 cents a pair well worth 50 cents a few months ago left her constitution so weakened that she was an easy victim to Lecture on the History of Education Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 50 cents a pair worth 75 cents Language Lessons How to Teach the disease of which she died On the Sunday before her death she complained Ladies Silk Hose at 75 cents a pair worth 125 Composition aud the Expression of somewhat and grew rapidly worse until Childrens Hose also at greatly reduced prices Thought to Young Children her death Katie Bourton was one of the best of girls She was left an orphan at Ladies Kid Gloves at 50 and 75 cents a pair well worth 1 anl 125 Esay Arithmetic How to Teach the Prop- Â¬ the age of lour years and from that time Ladies Linen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs at S cts was a member of the family of her granderties of Numbers Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and quality at greatly Penmanship How to Teach Writing father Mr Lewis Bybee Her sweet sunny disposition endeared her to all with reduced prices in ungraded schools whom she came in contact She was a Query Box 2 Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 150 a pair worth faithful member of the Mission Sunday Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 2 a pair worth 275 WEDNESDAY MOHNINO AU3 17TII school and was never absent from its Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cents a pair worth 1 Music Prayer Mu ic meetings ulien it was possible for her to Reading Ends and Purposes of and attend We shall miss her bright happy Mens Shoes at 2 a pair worth 250 Methods of Primary Reading face from the school but will take com Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 Essay Miss Nannie Harcourt fort in the assurance that she is forever at Mens Shoes at prices that will astonish you Spelling Orthoepy and Orthography rest with her Savior whom she loved so Our entire line of Straw Hats at half price to close out Arithmetic How to Teach Common well May the influence of her quiet S A Kirkmait unassuming Christian life be long felt in Fractions Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents How to Teach Decimals our hearts All our Mens Colored Shirts go at half price to close out Geography by Outlines All our light colored Mens Hats go at half price to close out NOON BECESS Music Remaining unclaimed iu the Post BARGAINS How to Teach US History office at Richmond Exercise iu Curieut History Mens Suits at 400 reduced from 500 Etsay Miss Hattle March Aberhnm AfersonCIiarles Million Mens Suits at 500 reduced from S000 JranK oianin Klioiles Artims Lecture on Physiology DrHWBright Archie Black Bell Marret Mens Suits at 750 reduced from 1000 Care of Health a on the Part of the June Bronston John A McWhery Lena Newman Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 Teacher bj 011 the Part of the Stu- Â¬ Sarah Berry Mary Black Miss Mary Cildliam dent Mens Suits at 1250 reduced from 1800 Arch Black fcolU B Parrish Select Reading- Conductor Reanr Campbell C L Pjrks 2 Boys and Childrens Suits from 8200 up to 750 reduced from Query Box Tinnle Parrish Willie Carr 300 8100 500 SG00 8750 81000 81250 DanulieComelisonSallle B Robert THURSDAY 3I0RNINO AUd 18TII Christj 2 Maria Robertson Prayer Jdusic Mrs M Comlw Music G W Stewart Miss Mnttle Peylon Mollie Christie Select Reading Tim Sullivan Select Paper Brain Forcing in Child Â¬ Miss SaIie Doty Grant Turner Green Trulton Leana Elmore hood Williams William Grinsteadrebltha Mental ArithmeticHenry L Wallace Mattie Harris Miss Emma Whit The Best Method of Grading Country Wm Irvine aker Schools Henry DKanotzar Lara Winkler M iss Pareou Wall- Dr A L Lewis How to Teach Geography- er Mrs Mary Land niissTillie Adams Smith Miller Sophia Walker Physiology by Outlines and Lecture Nannie Miller Fanuie Watt Illustrated on the Anatomical Chart Patronize J J Brooks the druggist NOON KECFSS Music School Government Alms and Means of Condition of Methods Teaching Elementary Grammar Moral Iutructlon iu Schools S D Parrish Select Paper English as She is Taught by Mark Twain also as RELIGIOUS F In ii SHOE HOUSE OF JL bCPm w JTaSLiblidBbi Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House Summer Business is Glad Largest Store Largest Stock Lowest Prices Will be pleased to have you call and convince yourself that GOODS can be bought as cheap as in any city as very few are able to compete with me buying and selling for Â¬ The Whole Country cash onlv DEY GOODS Â¬ MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE HilTL gSjl liSisiiSi liiil Â¬ Â¬ MUSIC MAKES OTHERS DANCE Â¬ ClotfiFrr i SMAIX PROFIT SYSTEM Your Money With Us 0 nn cq Fmisliiiiir GOODS jnij 22 tt - Â¬ OlMD AFTER July 1 87 -- BJN I WILL- - LETTERS SPLENDID IN CLOTHING Continue to Sell at A GrBEAT ltty REDUCTION MY EITIEE STOCK OP We have made a general reduction in the prices of every thing in our House THESE GOODS MUST GO Our stock must be reduced to make room as we need it and are determined that the goods must go adj CLOTHING THESE ABE AIX FACTS INDISPUTABLE FACTS Come FOE GASH -- 8helsnotTaught- Arithmetic How to Teach UNTIL IT IS- - Measure- Â¬ Mr Coley Todd of Rlohmoud Gas at Maysville Auother vein of gas was struck at the well in the East End last Saturday at a depth oflOa feet There is eight or nine hundred feet uf water in the well bjt the gas forces its away through this and will burn for a few minutes after beiug lighted The lust sand or rock penetrated by the drill Is pro Â¬ nounced by the contractors to Le the fame found In the Pennsylvania gas and oil wells and the prospect for a 1 njiig veju jj considered favorable The company lias notified the contrac- t r to eae of the flow of water and 1 c ieed with the drilling Maysville B isiin Mutli returned yesterday from E Decatur Ala where he lias decided to locate and go into the shoe business He lias rented a lot and Is erecting store room of his own While there he bought six lots at 100 each and sold them before having the deeds transferred for a profit of S0 each ho reports the towu full of Keutuckiaus and all of them are making money on real esate Oue year ago the town had a population of 1300 now it has 4000 and Is booming right along Ono day last weelc 200000 worth or prop erty changed hands Before returning Ed will visit his wife Jn Madieou and wM then go East for his goods His etor rwm will l e completed by the I UU Inst Paris News G 11 Â¬ Prayer Mu9lc Music 732 737 Some Boys and Girls I have Taught iu Ungraded 745 School Organization Wildie Roundstoiie 750 Schools Conway 750 Discussion of the Duties Obligatious juo UiajK aud Requisites of n good Trustee iu a s 810 Slate Lick particular aud the School Laws in Berea 818 Mayde 819 general A J Reed and otbeis Whues 823 Theory and Practice of Teaching 840 Ft Esllll NOON RECESS 850 Arr Richmond Returning trains will leave Rich Â¬ Music Harry F Turner Address mond after the race Excursion tick Â¬ How to Teach Grammar Including ets at low rates Parsing and Analysis 4 SiiiRs jtiui ii nsa Brush Creek Lankford - 710 720 ments 825 845 Query Box FRIDAY MOItNINQ AUG and See For Yourself Care- Â¬ 19m Examine Critically and Compare fully every thing is under price ALL KINDS OF CLOSED OUT NOW IS THE TIME TO FINB OUT HOW CHEAP YOU CAN BUY CLOTHING FOR THE MONEY Ee Sure and Give Me A Call if you want a Bargain June 29 tf POWDER Absolutely Pure Institute Paper Misses Dejarnett Covington Arnold Brn want to Frazeo and Peyton buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which Delivery of Prize for the Best Plan and Drawing of a Country School house they will pay the liighest market price July20 tf Prof C A Leonard ottered by- - Tills powder never varies A marveL ot purity strength anil wholcnomeners More economical than the onilunrj- - kinds nml cannot bo old in competition Willi the tncl tltmles of low test Rhortwelclnalumor phos Â¬ phate powder Sold ocly In 0111 Rovai 1UKJNQ Fowdjoj CO 106 Walt 8H N Y Jnuc 2J tf June CARPETS KIATTIIVrG RUGS and Oil CLOTHS TRUCKS DRY GOODS CLOTBXOTG BOOTS and SHOES HATS are away down in price at c H - tf 0 J STRENGS tf C Mammoth Louisville Store It LYTEE Professional Cards A Wilkes IsmUhTDTDTs OFFICE above Second -- Main Btreet two doors june22 tf J C MORGAN -- D D S Ky eou National Bank Richmond June 22 tf OFFI0E Mam street over Mdl DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON OFFICE Second street over MnilJ eon County Drug Store june22tf G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ son County Drug Store juiie22tf DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine ami Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Hecoml street over Madi Â¬ son County Drag Store juue22tf DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxous Up Stairs June 22 tf DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers his professional services to the public Office same as Bennetts law office up stairs over Herndons drug store corner of Main and Second streets july27 ly JUohmond Ky DR U- - C AMBROSE FOUD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af- Â¬ Boards at Mr J C Lickeys ternoon June 22 tf Hardin W Bright A Jfl H D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street over Madi Ku County Drug Store I want it distinctly understood that I am the only one in Richmond that un- Â¬ derstands the thorough use of the Microscope and Chemistry as applied to examinations of tKsues and fluid of the human body I only mention this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ 23mchly tion PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention civen to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Streets up stairs June 22 tf mm MW1 E T BURNAM Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with V F June 22 If Dam on First Street J A SULLIVAN Attorney at Xaw JOE S BRONSTON RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on Fiit street same as formerly occupied by County Judge Silver Creek Chapel oct6 ly Miller days FACTS FOR FARMERS OF FUN A young lady at a ball called hor Iron filings and coal ashes boncfit BAPTIST escort au Indian because ha was on year trees Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday hcrtraii all the time Ilarlford Sun- Â¬ Good culture of young forestry and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru day Journal plantings pays as well as does thorÂ¬ pard A man wlioiiliunts rats may bo ough cultivation of tho corn crop Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and called a ratter butawxuiau who hunts It isjust as easy to break a calf to Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson moths isnotncccssanlyJJajuiothQr be led by a halter as it is to do the Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Springfield Union same with a colt and it will often Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble I always prefer to bo on the safe save labor Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday Poor land produces milk that it remarked tho sido when I speculate Pastor T I Lawson there- Â¬ Kirksville Brick Churchj Saturday trusted treasurer as he alighted from doGcient in fatty matters and fore hotter adapted for cheeso than tho train in MontrcaL and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James Never julgq a woinap by tho butter making Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday a Every farmer should posse and Sunday after 4U1 Saturday Pastor clothes sho wcarl If you do ton to Rev oncyonll get awfully fooled Hart good chest of topis and a He can easily sayo workshop Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and lord Sunday Journal Sundays Sunday school 9 A M eacli It is easy to find faults if one is on tho cost of both within a few years Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night tho lookout but some people would Peach trees growing near tho house Pastor Rev and wash water aro discover a far greater number if they where dish Richmond Prcdestinarian Services 2nd thrown out aro long lived and free Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday wore on the look in Shoe and LeaUi from worms and disease er Jleporter 11 Burnam Pastor Rev IViro netting two inch mesh is says a houso It commands Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday agents advertisement of a dosirablo now cheaper than boards as material Pastor Rev B S Hunting rosidoncc not only a view of the for fencing poultry and can be more Union 1st Saturday and following Sunpretty little railway station but also of easily arranged and with less labor day Pastor Rev John G Pond It pays to clean out the coops Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday the people who miss the trams Pastor Rev J A James Painters and carpenters arc very every day provided the droppings aro Tho droppings Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sunfortunate persons for no matter how carefully preserved day Pastor Rev begin to deteriorate in quality as soon incompetent they may bo as workman Richmond First United colored Ser- they nevertheless go to tho top of the as they reach the floor Farm Field vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday ladder as often as they desire Boston and Stockman in each month at 1 oclock A M and Budget A specified amount of food aay a also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor thousand pounds cvonly divided among Wife returning from chnreh Elder M Campbell How beautifully the choir sang One four hogs in separate pens will pro- Â¬ CATHOLIC 4Yes duce one fifth more pork than tho samo More River to Cross Husband Richmond Services tst and 3rd Sunand that reminds mc that I have an amount fed to four bogs together days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father cngagoment in Hobokcn this after- Â¬ Ben Pcrley Poorc svys salt is per Â¬ Haley noon N Y Sun haps one of tho best of all known fer- Â¬ A Baltimore druggist docs a big tilizers for the plum In its nativo DISCIPLES OF CHRIST business In lovo powders This is a state that of the bcaeh plum it is alFlat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding copy of the prescription with the doses ways found in situations where it is Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden omitted Rx Pura Saccbara Alba copiously irrigated by salt water and PastorEId J W Harding 5U1 Sunday as directed by is thoro never infested by tho evils Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Hydrant aqua Take which so greatly lessen its value in a Dr Ciicago Herald Pastor Elder Colier day Tickets for all quarters is tho cultivated state Cincinnati Times 2nd Sunday and preceding Kirksville Foot rot in sheep arises principally Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew legend in a scalpers office but it doos The presiding from pasturing tho sheep on damp Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and not tell the truth preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 genius refused a punched ground Wot pastures are not suita A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman piece which was one quarter for ble for sheep It is much better to Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and which a ticket could not bo obtained compel them to climb steep hillsides Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Boston Budget and seek all their food than to be com Elder L H Reynolds pelled to remain on good pastures that That Vanishing Lady Again Richmond Services every Sunday at are damp A good dry pasture how Â¬ Ther was a young lady ot Zion 11 A Til and 730 1 M Sunday school Went oat to ride on a lion ever is better than either at 930 A M Prayer meeting WednesThey came back from the rida If you havo patches in the corn field day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D With the lady inside And a smilo on the face ot tho Hon where the corn fails from lack of good McClintock Philadelphia Frost seed from ravages of squirrels or oth- Â¬ Union 1st Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor I dont sec why you cant keep er cause you havo still less than no ex Â¬ I cuse for not raising some good field said tho pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor awake in church Elder L 11 Reynolds am there as long as you are and 1 pumpkins The3 are relished by cows during fall and early winter and aro a dont have to sleep half the time EPISCOPAL Oil well you material aid in furnishing green food replied the deacon Richmond Protestant Services e cry just sit down in the pew and let me after pastures are death Prairie Sunday at A M and at 8 P M during the summer months Friday at S proach and Til bet a new organ you Farmer couldnt keep yonr eyes open ten min Â¬ Those who look upon farming a P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard Burdeltc utes only an ordinary occupation are misMETHODIST No taken As Prof Wrighton remarks A dancing professor says College Hill Centenary M E 1st gentleman should presume to place agriculture is a born scioncc It is full Sunday morning and 4th Sunday mornhis arm around a ladys waist without of botany zoology geology and entoing and night Prayer meeting every al- gloves That may be otiquettc but mology It is full of chemistry fronr ternate Wednesday night Sunday school Â¬ every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F strict morality requires that no gentle the soil to the growing plant the ripenman with or without gloves should ing sectLand animal life which is the Grider Thoro is no more place his arm around a ladys waist crowning outcome M E South 2nd SunCollege Hill varied pursuit and most are narrow in Omaha World day morning and night Prat er meeting without music their scope in comparison with it every alternate Wednesday night SunWarm isntit First merchant day school every Sunday morning PasVery Second merchant sultry Indianapolis Journal tor Eld D II Marrimon When fowls have to bo confined tf Makes me think of the seashore or the Kirksille Pastor Rev S W Peeples mountains butlcantgetaway Ill to pens thoir supply of green food is Pastor tell you how you can got plenty of cut off and although thoy can do withProvidence every Sunday Rev H B Cockrell How Take your out it there is nothing they releisure time Richmond South Services every Sun advertisomenf out of the paper lish more and that will tend to da v at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRev Philadelphia Call keep them in better health This can W E Arnold A teacher in one of our primary be supplied by planting in successions PRESBYTERIAN The schools was instructing a class in tho of two weoks mustard sied Bethel Meeting Hoti e 2nd and 5th first rudiments of geography and growth is qnick and tho fowls arc fond Sundays speaking of tho poles she said I of it and all the trouble you will have Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor wonder if any of 3 011 can toll me the after planting is to pull and throw it names of the poles 4Yes maam I where tho fqwls can get it Mustard RevWm Crow Richmond South Sen ices every Sun- can said a bright little fellow the greens are also considered very fino by P M Prayer son of a well known electrician day 11 A M and some and could be used 011 the tablo meeting every Wednesday night Pastor as well as fed to tho chickens St Well Johnny what are they Rev H Glass Postivo and nogtive camo the au Louis Republican Richmond North Services A M thoritative response Boston Budget and 3 P M Pastor BREAKING HEIFERS CHURCH DIRECTORY well-arrang- ed FULL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ AS OTHERS SEE US An English View or Fashionable Society In the United States It must be taken as an accepted fact that there is in the society of the Great Republic across the sea an oxclnsivc ncss almost as decided as that of our own little kingdom an exclusivcncss as great iu degree if differing slightly In kind Over here barriers that havo stood for centuries arc falling year by year over there dividing lines nn dreampt of by a former generation are daily being drawn Cliques abound and it may be taken as a general rule that in the one recognized as the first the customs most resemble ours The much spoken of and often foolishly vaunted privilege of young men and maidens to enjoy each others society unrestrained by the presence of their elders is a state of things fast passing away Ono hears more talk of chape- Â¬ rons on the other sido than here perÂ¬ haps because there tho necessity of chapcronngc might Ifediscusscd where here it would be understood It is ccncrallv believed that the younger portion of the community has a distinct set of its own and such is the case marking at once a broad difference to our British institutions Let it be remembered however that at a dance to which invitations have been issued in the daughters name alone the lady of the house is alwaj s present as hostess and chaperon although as it is a young peoples affair her recep- Â¬ daughter takes the lead in tion of the guests Balls and those various kinds of expeditions for which America is famous such as theater coaching sleighing yachting and to Â¬ SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD Estill Springs - Ill Have just received and opened a large stock of East Trenton well selected Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles Also a w This well kiMWK Hammer f gut M now nprn Air lfct wifcM ninM complete rtick In The mitltail fltwIHIw Largest nnl f H iier Cenir Kentucky Our motto Best iiiinirpnttMl Uy ihjt nllter n ihw Price Godi mid Iiwejt com isteiit lineal I CyRKOLL The loenlbHi K eoul ami iMiMlul Lexington Ky 77 and 79 W Main St As to arciHiltiliHi we ivfer t Allen Welling dec 2ilyr Col It II Stwne ton Payne ami IImhC J- Brouon f -- rrt Jh - KEEPCOOL John DvVes will furnieh ice to the citizens of Richmond an J vicinity this season Now is the tune to make contract for delivery Hi- headquarters are at Hie grocery store of J E V kes on North Second St apr 13 tf Â¬ Â¬ - Lexington For further partleHlnia JuljtJ tf MMrrsn Jaxks Bkvton Or 15 II s tk Jrvitit K E B WALLACE AND if LI HIE TIME TO BUILDEB GOTO CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do all kind large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles BUILDING -- j AND CONTi WORK i AT THE MOsT- - tc Mprs Silf er Plaiei Kire and Foils AND GET ONE OF HIS Reasonable Rate i COFFEES Spring Saddles bogganing Â¬ twenty-fivc-co- nt Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 parties arc invariably as the term goes by a married lady though for the excur sionsone or two young married couples arc the favorite sop to the Cerberus of propriety It is interesting to note the mania for titles which possesses the American people In England the tendency is towards the modification of all titles A Royal Prince becomes a Duke an Earl is addressed as Lord etc So there is a certain irony in the fact that in a democratic country where all men are born free and equal an appcla tion that will in any way distinguish a man from his fellows or entitle him to a little more respectful consideration tnan his neighbor is jealously pre- Â¬ served Designations of a military order abound and that of Judge is Not only a profession often heard but public position of any kind and even an occupation carries with it a matronized special designation Fifty such titles might be strung to- Â¬ gether all identical with those that apÂ¬ pear from time to time in tho society Differences columns of the papers exist and always will but the gulf that divides our ways from theirs bears no analogy to the vast ocean that sepa- Â¬ rates the continents for the former is spanned daily by the mutual adoption of amended social laws while ayct no plan has been conceived whereby the great Atlantic may be bridged across It is true that all social inno- Â¬ vations are recognized more slowly ou this side of the water for the English do not take kindly to fresh grafts on the fine old tree of custom that grows in the midst of the garden called society and puts forth its leaves slowly typical even as the emblematic oak of the steady dcliberatcuess of the race London Queen m SUGARS and all kinds of Canned Goods Junc22 and in the best manner He i thoroughly educated Larru and builder and those content mg miiMtmg win no wen 10 m an estimate from him Office at his residence on Htli Irvine Street Julric tf tf GREAT HORSE FAIR OF a THE Of TUB THE STATE EXHIBITION fii tStiVS tzasa ea SI v F 35r VJW WSMi SEVENTH AXMAL At bottom prices IS TUE AGENT AT IUCIIMOND KY FOR He also has a lull line of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them Boms Madison - PlIEtiT TRUSS ROD HID TUBULAR IIIL The Bonds issued in payment of scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February Manufacture all styles and sizes and AprilJuly and October will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky which they offer at C D CHENAULT Com tf -sub- Â¬ 1S87 1S88 WEBSTE FARM WAGONS ESPECIALLY LOW PHIOES One THE GELEJ3 Ju A 1 ED single and double first class HARNESS terial and best of work Saddles and Harness NEATLY AND PROMFTLY MADISON TO BK ma- - ASSOCIATION IIKIO AT III FWK FAIR KY Tuesday August 9 RICIDIOND AND CUXTINTB THOTTUIO AND KUNNINO TUB TKACK BACH DAY Kl- ls 87 II Speeial traiivt dally to anJ from CyttltitHtut WtBciMRter Ix xiniii vlUe htMMfnnt LMdcaaler Ijnniini nil iiilH resetted ay Mm K I Ii K TiotlsCetebniUri BmmI will furnish Mi All LxiMw Pk m Um Pint U T T COV I N T J I II BRNDON btrovury R B TKKRILL Juljr6 5t AMstant InueiT tii WOTICE Year M Wagons ffaralBil For The Best Material DOUGLAS 1 1887 to Jul M ready ami those who are iudtUtd us will ptatte call and settle at i t Our accounts for i -- The Easiest Terms Â¬ A FRANK SOUTHERNER 1 1 Â¬ 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Attorney at Iaw RICHMOND KY Office on Second street Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D MADISOX COUNTY DMECTOUY CIRCUIT COURT WILD BEASTS IN INDIA The Number of Human Beings Killed bj Them In One Year A rian That lint Proved Satisfactory XomcroiH Inatnnxes In India is one of the most densely populated countries in the world Tho average population is 212 people to the square mile In such a country you would think there wouldnt be much room for wild beasts and that snakes would soon get exterminated But it is not so as the following facts will show According to the Government report for 1885 it appoars that in that year the number of human beings that were killed by snakes iwas 201 12 Just think of it over 20000 people killed in one year in one country In tho same year 2705 people wore killed U3 Of these tigers carried wild beasts off the largest number The other men killers were wolves leopards elephants bears hyenas crocodiles wild dogs and wild cats Besides the men women and children that these animals killed they carried off 59029 cattle But the snakes and wild beasts didnt have it all their own way by a good dcnL Al- Â¬ though the religion of the Hindus for Â¬ bids them from taking life many of them arc not very strict about it Some wont kill any thing not even the snake called the cobra tho most deadly snake in the world because they believe the soul of man after death passes into sonic other animal so that if they killed even a fly they might be killing their grandmother But there is another thing which goes a long ways with a Hindu viz tho government pays a premium for every poisonous snake and wild beast killed Then again a good many even true Hindus believe that thoy may kill ani- Â¬ mals that arc dangerous to human life But perhaps the chief of all reasons is the fact that there are a good many millions of people in India that arc not Hindus and dont believe in tho trans- Â¬ migration of souls and so havo no reli- Â¬ gious scruples about taking life In 1885 the number of snakes re Â¬ ported to the government as having been killed was 420000 For these snakes killed the government paid as premiums the large sum of lis 25213 or about 10000 And this was only the number reported to the govern- Â¬ ment How many wore killed that were not reported no ono can tell but it is safe to say they numbered a good many thousands The number of wild nninialskillcd in 1885 was considerahly loss than in tho previous year yet tho number of tigers was 1855 bears 1874 wolves 6278 and leopards 54C0 In the provinco of Midras tho gov- Â¬ ernment pays iiboitS2500 to 3000 for killing a Jigcr Jbut AA Beaghl where there are more of them the price is only about S5p0 or 000 Sbmo people think it is a great pity to kill off these wild animals bsonuse it spoils the sport of hunting them but wc think it is a great dcalmore im-Â¬ portant to protect the jtoor Pejplj lives and cattle ffian to furnish sport for those who like to hunt D Bownic J Di inf Oir Young People i- next door to Garnett House june22tf Attorney at Law Office on Second T J SCOTT Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney ton CJ B rocs RICHMOND KY Street June Master Commissioner Clerk W H Miller COMMON J R Burnam 22 tf TLEAS COURT C7S1POWELL Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office on Second A -- Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner S E Clerk W H Miller TIME Scott of HOLDING COMMON TLEAS COURT Street June 22 tf counties ana in the Court of Apjenl court Office in Master Commissioners Quarterly Court fourth Monday in office over Circuit Clerks office January AprilJuly and the and Monday June 22 tf in October County Court of Claims 2nd Monday in July LOCAL DIRECTORY County Court first Monday in each month LODGE DIRECTUM MASONIC Attorney atand adjoining Law Will practice in Mndloii - T j REED First Monday in January 1st Monday in June and 3rd Mon Jay in October TIME Or HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in March and Septem- ber TIME OF HOLDING COUNTY OJMRTERLY AND Richmond Lodge No 25 meets nd and 4th Tuesday in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Newlon Secretary Richmond R A Chapter No 16 meets 7rd Tuesday in each month W F FRANCIS H P D P Armer Secretary RICHMOND COMMAXDERY NO IQ First Saturday TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT in every month COUNTY OFFICERS Regular meeting first Tuesday in each msnlit Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armer Recorder Madison Lodge No 163 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month T E SHANKS W M J M Smith Secretary Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month JAMES M BOEN W M J C Witt Secretary Waco Lodge No 3jS at Waco meets 4th Saturday in every month D G MARTIN W M W T Fielder Secretary John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Union City meets and Saturday in every month JOHN HILL W M John G Taylor Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox town meets 3rd Saturday in every montlu SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Jacob H Shearer Secretary Berea Lodge No 1st Saturday 617 Million County Judge J C Chenault County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deatherage Jailor George W Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda CITY OFFICERS City Judge HC City Attorney A City Collector R City Clerk R G Rice J Reed A Barlow Dunn CITY POLICE J D Feeney and J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL J D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKec Fourth Ward J W Caperton PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING JUSTICES OF THE PEACECONSTAnLESAND Nf MONTHS FEBRUARY - MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER J C Davis Secretary Wm M ADAMS I 0 0 F at Betel meets W M Suij Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows IIaHon Main Street M B ARBUCKLE N G Frazee Secretary LJ Boone Encampment N 040 meets every rst and third Thursday at Odd Fellows -- HalLon Main Street Richmond Kv W II FARKEYCP L J Frazee Scribe rStL -- V Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No 3 meets second Thursday in each month at Odd Fellows HalL J C CHENAULT Captain Frazee Clerk LJ KXIGUTS OF I10X0R Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets every Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 oclock W B BENNY Dictator Jakes Tevjs Reporter -- Richmond District No 1 D P Armer at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Willis at Court House 1st Saturday Lyman Parrish Constable Foxtown District No 2 G B Million at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th Saturday J S Chenault Constable Union District No 3 Albertis Parks at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R N Lanier Constable Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Oldham Constable Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Kingston 4U1 Saturday Leeland D Maupin at Speedwell 3rd Wednesday George Young Constable Glade District No 6 James M Wood at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday R G Ballard Constable Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander Ray at Kirksville 3rd SaturdayP J M Fowler Constable Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wro A Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday S D Carpenter Constable Million District No a J M Long at Stspps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday James A Harvey Constable - Little Willies Clincher s cousin Bertha Before Willie K arrived at his homo with herjiaronts on a summer visit his mother had told him to ouservo how graceful and po Â¬ lite her manners were especially at the table When she came Willie ob served her therefor with admiring interest Oncdaybis mother said Do you See how miri Rmti- - con- tets herself JYilllef 1 Xcs mamimv Some cows may bo naturally vicious but nearly always viciousness is the re- Â¬ sult of ill treatment Calving Is a severe nervous strain and leaves the cow nervous and irritable If the call is her first one she is very much afraid that it will be injured in this she is like all young mothew Milking is an entirely new operation to her likely draw ing the milk from her udder gives her pain Her condition her fears and the operation all call for the exer- Â¬ cise of the grcatost patience and gentle- Â¬ ness But instead her solicitude for her calf is resented if she shows shy- lcss when it is attempted to milk her an operation she knows nothing of ind which her instinct to nourish her offspring would cause her not to ubmit to readily she is scolded if the pain caused by the milk being drawn causes her to kick she is kicked in return Thus her fright and ner-Â¬ vousness are increased and soon she is angered If this treatment is con- Â¬ tinued sho is mado vicious and we have never known of a heifer being conquered in this way After hor tormentor has worn himself out sho is yet ready to kick or uso her horns if need be It does not do batter to tie her head or to put her between poles this only frightens hor and Hjr temper is angers her the more ruined and a cow no matter how liberal a milker sho may be is fit for the shambles only if she is vicious It is no rare thing for a man to throw fifty dollars to the wind by striking a young cow Some years ago wc bought fivo heif-Â¬ ers about to calve and that had never been handled and the plan we adopted has proven so satisfactory that wchave made uso of it on like occasions ever since We built a high pen ten feet square of rails driving a stake down outside of each corner to mtko tho pen secure and making a slip gap in ono side The calf when a day old was set in the pen tho gap being open Tho calf was taken out of tho pen and the gap closed Next wc entered tho pen speaking gently all the time to tho cow As soon as wo laid our hand on her side sho started to run around the pen We could keep our hands on her side by moving in a much smaller cir- Â¬ cle and soon sho tired herself out and Then stopped we patted her to her flank lightly spoko gently and soon could put our hand on any part of her body But whon we grasped a teat tho trip around tho pen began but soon to terminate and soon wo could handle her udder withonr rcmontrancc from her When we tried to draw the milk there was a thirdtrip around tho pen and this ter- Â¬ minated a tie qtherjsi had and in half an hour after tho cow walked into the pen sho was milked clean and without aharsh word or a blow In three days the cow couhUbo milked anywhere in the lot Wc havo brokenif broken is the proper tcrnr to uso upwards of a sec re of heifers since then that gave evidence of beingripe for viciousness and belter dispositioned cows wo Of cousc never had all heifi js should be handled until they are quite gentle yet very few never have occa- Â¬ sion to put to good use the plan abovo given American Agriculturist A woman whilocoming out of a church in Jersey City N J on a re Â¬ cent Sunday stepped on tho stoop which gave way and sho was precipi Â¬ tated into the area A relative notic Â¬ ing her predicament went to help hot net of it and fell into the hole on top of hfcK Another relative started on a similar purpose and met with the same kind of a fate Tho two wouldbc rescuers escaped with but few bruises biittbc vvoman was seriously injured Chicago Times - The Wise Conclusion ofa Man AVho Thor Â¬ oughly Understand Ilimspir Ill the smaller towns of the South the stranger is always struck by the ap- Â¬ parent fact that the landlord of the hotel ought to be in some other busi- Â¬ ness There is no system in manageÂ¬ ment and it never seems to occur to mine host that any thing is expected of him Ono day when the landlord of a village hotel sat down with me for a smoke I summoned up courage to say Landlord that was an awful bed you gave mc last night Yes sir dont doubt it sir Ive got some very bad bods in this house And your waiters here are very lazy Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so nraMSrTi ZJsix jm Those who owe us for will gave uoet by callii at oc e JuljG tf C A A N B Oovimjtox Aknold A But I V Jmofi WEBSTER WAGON June 22 CO o tf W O PEYTON T3 ft MI ll HAS RECEIVED A 1 -f- Tggr-SfeaMSSf and impudent Mmmm Is prepared to supply his customers it Yes sir they arc And such fare That coffee wa3 awful I know it I had to stop drinking I know coffee The And that butter nothing but Chica- Â¬ go lardinc eat that stuff meats Wc Thats it exactly And you Cant anybody OF THE CELEBRATED dont know how to cook mit I noticed that the milk was about half water I think it was I used to drink it but now I take clear water instead Colonel can I ask you a fair ques-Â¬ tion You can sir Why do you keep a hotel instead of running a saw mill Why do I sir Because sir I feel that I dont know enough to run tho mill I know what Im capable of and Tin timid about going into any thing Detroit and making a failure of it Free Press AT THE MATINEE City Theater Ooers Are Entertained How by Society Tlght Itwas at the matinee and the curtain had just rung down on Mignon when the usual chatter began I really cx-Where is tho Major said pected to see him here to day the rather elderly lady with tho florid countenance and the large diamond ear drops as a man of fifty with side whiskers and an eye glass came trip- Â¬ ping youthfully down the aisle Oh hes in ono of tho The Major boxes Hell be around soon He is sure to bo hovering near when you arc it dont sir and Im free to ad Steaks Pork Sausage and IVIutton IjO AT with the best Sciatica Lumbago Liniment ctniEs Scratches Spraias Strain Stitches StiffJoinls Backacha Contracted Eheusatiim Barnii Scolib Erapboir Hoof Ail Soraw Swnney Saddle GiEj THE WEST PRICES Stings Sites Bruises Bunions Corns GHf Sarea Wane Spavin Cracks rites FOR JSALE A GOOD STOCK OF THIS COOD OLD STAHD BY aceerapHsfcefereTerjheljrictjirhafci iMni foTlt Oecef ifeercaeaatortiirTeatpruttrT the ItustflD Unlmest to fowl 1b It aS rr applicability ET6rybo4rilrt - m in Tbe LnmbcrninR eialt la caaeofKxMen Tb e Houcwl re nerO R foe feuwral family i 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE at the best country stand in Madison county We will be glad to show the stock to any ono wishing to buy ELLIS IIIGGINS jun22tf Silver Creek Ky Â¬ bench TleCaimIerneKJsltferhtateMDtanlMnl m Tte Mechanic Deeds It alj n -- We toe MITCHELL WAGONS For which he is sole agent for the counties of Madison and Estill as to To Slaj Tbe undersigned having rented the shop formerly occupied by L O Schmidt in Richmond Ky ii preÂ¬ pared to do all kinds of The Steamboat mnn orlhr Bontmnan It In liberal npptr aoat a4 aaaorr The Florae fancier needs ft U Is lit friend and safest reUanee i aeeiSs M It wlU saTc Tbe than humU of dollars awl a workt trocMe w Tte RailrondraaBBeedaKasvt lonsasalsltfatsaroandof actMcals iml da Tbe UaekvnroadsBian neeastt There n i lBgl ke It as an aattdete far the daagers to uf Hmb and comfort which sarracnul the pioaer Tho aicrcbaut needs tabovt nss store am his cmoioyecs Accidents wUl happen and w thcin come the MoatangUnlmeatts wasted 3t Z Kucp a Bottle la tho Ilonse Tls ths ececsaiy and its stock yard Tho ailncrBeedattteeawof nwigicT TterincerneedK cant get along nr It Tbe Farmer need It In hi h n fci ti tit lnit in the vicinity Oh you horrid flatterer Ivo a great mind to pound you good with my fan Isnt tho music just lovely to Â¬ day Yes mo supiaaioR This wagon has Repairing Painting Carriage and Buggy Wert c Kocpn Bottle la thoFaetory Is1dbkiu tuelacaseof acetdeatsaTaspalBaadlnsiiofwab Kisep a Bottle Alwayaia tbe Stable Icr ase Trhen wanted lt itis very lovely Were in go to tho races- - I dont care anything for them How Oh did you and the Major come cut it is useless for yon to attempt to play innocent Im sure you were betting every race Oh mammasaid one of the group How are there comes the Major you Major The Colonel has been telling awful talo3 about 3011 If I were you I would take him in hand and see if you canbreform him And so on and on until tho bell tingled for the curtain to rise Then the group settled themselves back in their chairs until betwqon the acts should come agtin and they could havo tho entire theater to themselves Merchant Traveler No Despite some prejudice as well as some valid objections against pork as an article of diet it continues to be more largely used than any other kind of meat There are sQvcral reasons for this It has less waste bona anfl offal than any other animal Jood It is easily kept and fattened won by thosawho have little room and when salted it can be kept with less liability of spoiling than most other meats This last point is seldom thought of with thi- - popu Â¬ but has as much to larity of pork as any othct of its ad 1 the races jou at I never all who have used it can testify The material in this waaon is warranted with fair usage for twelve months I can Sell You fTHTlr Having communication with the lwt Manufactories in the country can order any kind of Carriage iu n short time and guarantee perfect satis Â¬ faction in nil cases The people of Madison enmity know me and 1 hope lo receive a fuirohare of their patronage with many thanks for past favors I am Most ReipeolfuIIy A D SMITH P S Call for Lnn Smith Jnly2j f which will be done at the lowest fig- Â¬ ures and iu a workmanlike nuuiner Oiders taken for any otjle of Vehicle BETTER THAN Whalebone orHorn A Good TMmble fejft cSr Skem JL FOE Patented Feb 8 iSSt LOOK OUT Guaranteed N3V3S to JLITEK STEOUSE A CO fcroafc iixty One street Richmond Dollars The Clly needs money and must have it Your taxes are past due stive money by payig the Collector Oflice at Second National Bank JulyC 418 Bway iUanfacturers FOR SALE BY KY 3 Y BambergerBIoomCo LOUISVILLE tf R A Barlow W L DOUCLAS TIm only S3 SEA3ITESS Shoo fit Krv1 OE o vJ roil 8 rather better than yours DontyotCtaihlc her manners aro Yes rcsnsma andVT In the t Persons wishing to examine this wagon FilHsSt Calf rrfixworld Bultna wajractcd Cony tLe an doralile as as loc tuuo can do so by calling at my store on Main l WIB BWiW d or v 1KlrRTil a2Jl SJIOKeiceU eaa m BTyica 2f yxx T u vy ac3sIknow Bertha has been better frwr SVme 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