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PrJnt Shows through W - ft I f r 1 I fV J J r I - 1 1 t - i r YOLUME ThIH1 id or id r I EICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 188T NUMBER 13 31R CLEVELAND DECLINES ture They were much aided in their him for they rightly believed that he work by the influence and eloquence more than any other man bad frus- PUBLISHED EVERY WEDJJESDAY of Mr Crittenden who by their in- Â¬ trated their designs in the State Then To Present tho Colors That Are To B o Given to the New York Firemen the Legislature began to be seen whit bec ime more fluence addressed BY THE He well understood the situation aud apparent afterwards these two parties knew better than any other mau what gave aid and support to each other New Yobk September 6 The fol- Â¬ Co was then needed The great work against the Union conservatives lowing letter explains itself was successfully accomplished On Mr Crittenden came up to speak on Executive Mansion PRICE PER TEAR 200 April 5 1861 The Legislature adjourn- Â¬ the day appointed A great crowd as- Â¬ Washington September 5 1S87 f Second Campaign and His FRENCH TIPTON ed All that Ihe Union men desired sembled in tile large hall in Lexington Hbu Abram S Hewitt Mayor His Renomination Jacob White editor of the Clinton Wm G WHITE f Editors There is no room in our house for a dollars worth of goods to be kept over from oae coaoen to was to get the people to feel confi- Â¬ He walked to the hall in company New York City Death Hon R Beekman Democrat committed suicide yester- Â¬ then Sec- Â¬ President Board of Aldermen dence in tlie strong Union sentiment with D C Wickliffe Eq Hon another every nick of space is needed to accommodate the enormous stock we intend to place before Mr day The dead man left no message retary of State antf myself He sat James E Fitzgerald of Kentucky customers shortly for the tall trade The fall trade is close upon us and it is th policy of the home Io Gentlemen telling why he look the terrible sUp OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS Lexington Ky Aug 11 On the And now the contest opened before down and rested iu the anteroom after have received your pleasing note re-I lead in every thing We lead in keeping the best quality of goods we lead all others in kw prices Â¬ but as he was the editor of a couutry 4th of March 1861 John J Crittenden Come at once s the gfamghtated newspaper such an explanation was left the Senate Mr Lincoln was in- Â¬ the people of Kentucky and the Union he had climbed the stairs He then questing me on behalf of the donors Ours is a cash store nothing is lost in bad debts and a dollar counts CHANGES IK OFFICE men went boldly and confidently into walked with a Arm step into the hall of certain flag to bo presented to the goods are going out very fast and you will certainly miss the chance of a lifetime by delay Keep a etoee hardly necessary Anybody who augurated President of tlie United Cincinnati Hnquirer knows anything about the woes of a States and now aweful forebodings the fray It was one of those times He wasgreeted by the immense crowd New York Fire Department as well as watch on your newspaper as our first announcement for fall goods will appear and it may give yew some Tbe New York Times this morning country newspoper when people are roused to a just ap- Â¬ with great enthusiasm for their hearts in behalf of the citizens of New York pointers that will assist you in man can under- Â¬ were felt throughout ihe xhs several columns of reports from stand that suicide is never very dis- Â¬ In deep sadness Mr Crittenden countryÂ¬ preciation of the matters involved and were warm to the noble old mam He generally and the executive and legis returnIINT YOTJDR in the principal tant Us correspondents An editor who li expected to do ed home with the intention of retiring demanded the services of the tried spoke for more than an hour There I a live branches of theqlty government was now no appearance of age or to deliver the colors mentioned to the cities of the country showing the num- Â¬ all the work for his paper men both man- Â¬ from public life thus seeking that truest ber of changes made in subordinate ual and Mr Lincoln called for a meeting of feebleness his voice was clear aud Fire Department on such day in Sep mental who is expected to tranquility which after so much effort offices fciuce the incoming of the Dem Â¬ meet He fully vindicated his tember as shall suit my convenience all his obligations promptly and and so much agitation he now in bis Congress on the fourfil of July 1861 melodious ex- Â¬ It would certainly afford ine pleasure ocratic Administration For the most to never present a bill to any of his old age so much needed He had done AH eyes were at once turned to Mr course In the late Congress and june 22 tf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Kiebmoad Ky part they embrance only the changes patrons who is Crittenden aud hln services were de- Â¬ pressed hope of gthe overthrow of the to contribute in ahy degree to the sig- Â¬ expected to bo on the what he could to avert the storm made in the unclassified service hut right side of restoration of all the nificance of this occasion and to the all questions local State and now In darknes and loneliness ho manded in that Congress No one else rebellion and the States to their old position hi the satisfaction of tho brave and gallant was thought of by the Union Men in some Instauces they lso show the and National and yet never antagoÂ¬ lpoiHtmeiits made under the nize any of his subscribers has a mou retired to await the event The noble old man heard the call and Union He had never been more elo- Â¬ men whose services are fhns to be rec- Â¬ At this time Kentucky was largely did not hesitate a moment The chief quent It was manifest tlie crowd was ognized I hope however that I shall Civil Service act In the Extern cities umentai task before him He dare not Democratic aud intensely pro slavery with the single exception of Baltimore be conservative not be misunderstood When I base my and vascillating be- Â¬ Her extreme views had been exhibited interest of the people was now centered in full syinpethy with bim As lie was approaching his close Mr declluatfon of your kind invitation the Democrats have manifested a con- Â¬ cause the people of in this election Tlie late Democratic the country like a by inserting in her lato Constitution strong Southern sympa- Â¬ Wickliffe wliTapered loTneT servative spirit and it is shown tiiat man who has nerve he Wrltea upmfmynnwlllngneas to assume that Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on dare not be most absurd provisions on this sub- member a comparatively few removals have bepn too iiositlve on any thizer was now Mr Crittendens oppo-Â¬ resolution and present It whenjieisltsi asJhe wife Of the President ought to Main street and side because the ject The Whig party which for forty down giving tlielfulft approvaiJof liilparUcIpaic so prominently iu u public tuarta for political or other reasons In country nent Could they defeat Mr Crltten subscribers of the opposite the West the changes hove been more opinions will not- - patronize a paper years under the leadership of Mr Clay deu in this district there were still course and recommending him to the ceremouy in which he took no part had hopes of secession in the State But dNtrict for re election had maintained the ascendancy This I did Yours very truly numerous but even there nothing like that fails to represent their views He Â¬ a clean bweep lias been made In must always allow his sanctum to be become demoralized and suffered dis- tho blood of the Union men was up and when he closed I rose and read the FRAXIS FOLSOJl CtKVELAXD They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of Know Nothing those who had for years taken no part resolutions and said The People of Fay- Â¬ tome inslKiiees it has been impossible made a loafing place for the men who integration The letter is in Mrs Clevelands party had risen like a meteor and to obtain data upon which to bae an take his paper he must give up public matters were roused and ette County youjwJio arerj in favorof handwriting his had fallen like a meteor The Repub- Â¬ in There ready for action Mr Crittenden ani- Â¬ these xesolulions say Aye estimate of the number of removals best exchanges aud yet Tie dare not lican parly was rising into power mated by his intense patriotism and went up a mighty shout of AyeV and appointments but generally the miss getting his paper to press on time ATHENS moved Some oue iu the crowd cried out executive heads of the different de full of the latest and brightest news The Democratic Party now saw its the stiring scenes around Â¬ Woodford Couutyds is here Put the FAYETTE COUNTY partments have willingly furnished all J ne is expected to receive all kinds of opportunity iu Kentucky aud emerg through the district witii all the vigor ing from its long humiliation moved i iTputtiip vote of the information desired M A country produce at the highest possible with a united aud vigorous force to and spirit of a young mau unbent by vote of Woodford c age his manly form erect his voice Woodford and the IrtspoiiVe came 1 goliu Tayl who was shot on elec Valuation and he Is expected to pay tliecontiol of tlie State Each mem- Â¬ again with tlie houlof aye Whetr tiou day is about well agaiu XK TJLTJENS FAXCY cash His life is oue of slavery ami ber seemed to feel a personal interest clear and thrilling his eye blazing Scott Couuly one cried out Kew York Graphic self abnegation He frequently works and personal glory in its triumph A with all the fervor the high responsi- Â¬ another Mr John Hearno has 35 fat hogs and Put the vole Of BcoU Trowds is here pretty and distinguished looking from early morn until far into the Democratic Governor had been elect- Â¬ bility his position inspired A with the same that he will ship to Cincinnati market flocked to listen to him the people this was answered lady at the Murray Hilt Hotel on her ninlit aud the fruits of his labor are a ed aud the Legislature elected In 1S39 tliii week These are the only hogs in everywhere responded to his appeal unanimity way to Bar Harber recalls one of the bare and scanty living HiJpatronage is was largely Democratic Breckin- Â¬ Here was seeu one of those popular Never did a d ving statesman secured thissection ready for market provisions of Mr Tildens will She is so limited that he iriust be careful of ridge had been elected to the Senate Mot of our girls are going oft to Mis Caleste Stuufler the New Orleans the good will of every subscriber and of the United States and in him was torrents which moves the most indif- Â¬ a more splendid testimonial of the contideuce and ajJminijjiuojijUjynituJuchooLvithin the next few weeks The ferent to action WE SELL A belle to whom the gHlluut old Stuts Â¬ he has tobeo full of policy that he centered the highest hopes of every hichrvmals of some of the boys are LINE OF man bequeathed the neat little sum of dare not call his soul his own It individual iu the party No one doubted Mr Crittendens It was a last and most glorious tribute Athens will be a quiet TJfcxo SlOdOOO and about which provision of takes a man of peculiar ability to make true position His patriotism embraced to the world and iloblenesSjoQrAie who Klreadylnoist Mr Clay had been the idol of tlie next ten mouths the will no question seems to have a successful country editor It takes a the whole couutry and what he most has so long auJ so faim fully served town socially for Whig party Breckinridge became the earnestly BEFORE BUYING jBHSHf been raised by any of the contesting man strong in mind and strong in desired was the union of the them The popular manifestations of IrvhieBakernged31yearssonofMel- - CALL AMD EXAMINE OUR Idol of the Democratic party Young this day had crushed the plana of the vin ro- Â¬ body whole couutry He believed the war htirs Whether there was any Many a poor wretcli unfitted Bakerwho reIdes two miles east of mance about the matter or not the for the onerous duties has been driven eloquent graceful and aspiring he would be a short one Ho did not radicals Their convention assembled here died of consumption on Sept lot many qualities to secure admi- Â¬ A F BRECK E Y WIGGINS fact is that the lady who is both beau- Â¬ to tlie verge of suicide by undertaking had doubt Ihe rebellion would be suppress- Â¬ ill u few days but all opposition to Mr Â¬ as Trell as them There need be no further rea- Â¬ ration He now assumed tlie leader- ed and he desired that he and his Crittenden was broken down and hel Miss Lizzie Baker one of our village tiful and accomplished belles has gone to Mt Sterling to teach Circumstances blet sed with an abundance of this son assigued for the rash act of Mr ship iu the Senate State should beiua conditiou to aid in was nominatedhad thrown him into strong sympathy tlie Hut the grearspeecli that Ke maTleTJiii school worlds goods has for the last few yearaJ White at Clintoh than that he edited a settlement of all the matters which uitli the South iu its present move Â¬ should grow out of the war on that day was hls last speech AVornff quietly hut persistently dropped away country newspaper Louisville Post ment r 3 I think he would have gladly He was elected by a large majority iiuii liv nivu tiiiill littl trniililc 1 Mtill fiom tlit suitors that huve sought her avoided the position hi which he was Many anxieties lor lilsj bloed country fie CONpERNlNG FARMERS others of the best men of the and given her uouieii friends a chance placed but matters had gone beyond GARMBVTS XADE WATERPROOF to ponder and oon ult over her evident State were sent to Congress the most died not many days atterwarus aud Col D W Tribhle bought of A T his control aud instead of leading he preference for a lif of single blessed Â¬ trusted men were selected for the Leg- Â¬ before the day of his election And For many years I have worn India suffered himself to be led Had he islature aud secession was no longer thus passed away iu deep gloom ere Nunnelly of Lincoln county a car ness She is scarcely twenty three rnblter waterproofs but will have no had tlie ability and power of such a thought of iu he was permitted to see the triumph of load Of stock hogs at 4 cents AND Kentucky yeais of aue one of the finest horse Â¬ mort- fur 1 have learned that good leader as Mr Clay he might now In Boyle county W F Evans sold women of her day dresses with ex- Â¬ No one doubts hat had Mr Critten- Â¬ the republic and tlie restoration of the tweed can be made entirely have done a great work for himself den faltered at all or quisite taste is a charming conver- Â¬ Hortch hul he pursued Union the infest luoblesi J midlines friAViHJ Prewitt 40 lGOOO pouiiii cattle and moreover and his couutry any other course than he did Ken- - most beloved of the sous of Kentucky at41ceuts one of the brightest Impervious to rain sationalist and I Imve lenrueil how to make iteo and Kentucky as I have said had been tucky would have been lost to the W 1 K young women in New Orleans A T JTunuelly shipped to Cincinna Â¬ the folloHiiiK is the receipt In a at no peiiod of her history so intensely Union His personal Inlluence ill tlie ti parties two car lotdi of hogs and Kept in the county ami will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city pricks lHieket of water put half pound of pro slavery and so strongly in sym Â¬ Legislature had thus contributed much We are also prepared to do ROOFIXG and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory R TAltlFF received from 3 to 5 cenls for them THE IOWA KKPITBIJCAKH sugar of leadand a half hiiimI of pow pathy Willi tlie South He was bound to prevent injudicious LEXINGTON action His We carry a large stock of best brands of HOOFING TIN PLATE and will job you can get anywhere KltVJSIOX deied alum stir thN at iulervals un- Â¬ to he people by the closest ties of Mr N F eloquence and his great popularity see aiso carry ji nice line ol not ueiay your wont Chteaso Tribune Rep of friendship aud consanguinty pour it off into til it beeonies clear MtasJEIla March of Richmond and sold 100 head of fat cattle to Kratz cured the triumph of the Union men The demand for all Hsslble and unher buuket and put the gnrment Many Keutuckiuus had gone South in his district and the great confidence Miss jfizzfe Willis ofPiiierove are Co forexport at 4y ceiils per pound practicable reduction of taxation and therein aud Jet be there for twenty and made fortunes they returned They averaged over 1C00 npundj Ihe Ruestafof Dr R L Willi the whole State reposed in him that the li rill should be revised and four hours and then hang it up to dry annually to spend the summer hi Ken- Â¬ state securely in the Union kept the i VV i warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Should Gen Wm Preston la at White bul- Governor reduced in the maimer stated means without wringing it Ed Powell Urns ire- - Which we Xno of my tucky They were generally Demo- Kentucky at that ciitical moment Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c have phur 8prIiigsJle hiisbeen veryjlli turiejfrom the Iiawrenceburg Â¬ that at eat 100000000 of milling un party a lady and a gentleman have crats aud devoted to the institution Fair cast her destiny with lie Soutrj who but is reported some better now equal and otqtft faive tuxattou can be worn garments thus treated through of slavery They considered tills the aud pronounced it one of the finest he 1 cau calculate what might have been M taken oil the farmers without crippling the wildest storms of wind and rain source of their wealth They were ex Governors had ever seen There were seventeen Governor Buckuer and June22tf FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY IRON MANTELS AND GRATES any industry or injuriously uftecting without getting wet The rain hangs often audacious and intolerant to all tlie result uot merely the great sufferJ iKhqttj and AlcCceary wfrelglveu anl Toadsteraiir one ring t ing at home but what might Jmv the wages of the trades union work- Â¬ in globules In Short they are really who did not agree with them Tluy been the effect on the cause of the leganT dinner bv the FainT Directors I HUoliuUSatn Owsley- - Foresaw Iteid J men in Eastern factories and work- Â¬ waterproof The gentleman a foit denounced with all their fierceness Union itself to which ample justice was done Rob Â¬ and J A Harris Vfefeotf i i shop Enough and more tliun enough niglit ago walked nine miles in a all Ideas of emancipation or whatever Mr J B Bowman for many years inson of Garrard 153 shipping cattle After the election the Union men 1 slill remain to cover any difference storm of rain and wind such as you tended to improve the condition of the wi of Kentucky University and Mr Owsley realizing S350 per hundred betuien American audEtirojieaii wages seldom see in the South and when lie slave The voices of many of the breathed more freely There was no Recent well known throughout this State ha- - Mr Reld SSSOAndjlX HiirrlS Argon inoirieHtMl pretectlon and to afford slipped oft hi rfcdfonat his underwear wisest and best men were suppressed longer danger of Kentucky seceding been made Secretary and General i00 for them Inferior Journa I to any industry not insatiate in its de Â¬ was as dry as When he put it on by the overwhelming power of the The election in the Ashland district was felt throughout the whole country Mauasec of the Las Cauees New privileges and tax EusilMi Paper mand for monojioly Southern Democracy Tbeliemp acreage Jn Boyle Mercer Mexico Fair Asfocjatlou paid bounties Going further in ac And now they had come to try the and the people stili clung to the hope id Garrard comities is kbotff the earue that Mr Crittenden would be able to t the Lexington Fairvliaa beeri a great ordauce with the above demand and souls of Ihe Keutuckiaus they had The yield will not be Tlie Vanishing Lady 1 was with success We hav WiflarRer attend- brii guiK the expenditures if the Gov Â¬ submitted quietly while there was no accomplish something him the day he left Lexington for ance than ever before Jfaye hittf much over a half crop P T Gentry There was a young lady of Zkm ernment uiihiu an lwnest economical iraineut danger Deep down in tlie Kratz I said to him- - Great charmihg weather ana exceptionally sold toat 4 cents ltnrdhyf147headlirfat t limit Congress can easily preserve the Who went out to ride on a lion heart of the great body of our people Washington iiiid a rirenJltimThey tilings are stili expected from jou in trood behavior There haa been no cHltle jusMlied by the back from the ride They came degree of proieotion there was devotion to tlie Union I r are ektraand willHv eragtfWbbuflTOO I told him that I had over- Â¬ l liquor join on ine groun ds and no pounds Dauvllle Advocate Republicans and at the same With the 1 ady inside Many of those who settled the State Congret s to1 And a smile on the face of the lion ti ne effect a tariff reform that will giye hud come out of the Revolution and heard my little boy 4 or 5 years old inducements held out for tlie roughs 1 am bo glad Mr Crittenden come consequently they have been saying estern farmers immediate relief the the sous of such sires who had listened of Cincinnati That Joe William Mr conspicuously absent AH that is needed is to let the uhisky The following is printed at the bot Â¬ by the winters fire to the tales of their is elected the wars done now Oljilis has bought cattle ps follows Ux alone and cut down the duties on tom of the bill of fare at a Little Mud Â¬ suffering aud their triumph well knew Crittenden leaned his head on his The marriage of Miss Lottie Stan James Hockaday 27tTiead averaging ntcessaries until th revenue is pro dy Dakota hotel what the Union had cost and well ap- Â¬ hand aud was silent for n few mo ton daughter ofMnjor HeurylVStaii of Dr ilaupin ments then raising himself 6aidJ on i AFM to the requirements of econ Â¬ O pj rioned preciated tlie blessing it had secured i 0t40f4itt ooi- ton the poet editor of Frankfort and 33 head averaging That is what Is troubling me Peoplei Mr Phillip Carpeiiter u former res1- - ofpRoUert Mason- omical government and the outrageous Guests after picking teeth must Gov McGofHu in January 1861 5fe positively return bowie knife to wGmrr performance of taxing the ptople to called the Legislature to a special ses- Â¬ expect me now to do something I dent of this citf and mow n promlneiitj 17Q0 it S4 of James Bennett 64 head belt or boot leg Jobbing knife in- produce s Treasury surplus or in pay a sion It assembled at the Capital on tell you I am powerless Moreover I druggist of Frankfort Js announced to vcraglugJ550 atS37o of DOldham to table by plate during meal strict- Rft lipml nvprnutnir 15V bonus to bondholders is stopped nt S3GT of Monday the 17th day of January 1661 must give my support to tlie Govern j ly prohibited I place on October As he bid me farewell he said take shooting at the lieef steak The members had been elected before meut Smith 50 head averaging will occur iiiiUieJMetumlist BJasiAY wedding the development of the trouble were Give my love to the little boy Ten 1600 at S380 He also boticlit 2 car iu It now appeared we were in for a Episcopal Church ftendFrankfort Dakota Bell largely Breckinridge Democrats ami OEJf BUCKNBK KISSBD TUB GIRLS Moads iifjsheep averaging I40lb3 at 3c bridesmaids wilf jf the orideI m n i hL Loots Sanday Sayings were mostly iu sympathy with tlie long war Jt was beyond all human III i tuiiE CLASSIFIrlb AS FREiGIIT Charley Tlhe Dutchman bougutof Vive ie Rule Southern movement So also was the power now to atert its course aud make Le Roi est mort All Mr Crittenden A R Denny 30 bead ot NwYorkl are the metaphorical positions occupied Governor The State was in a fearful any compromise to dav bv ex Gov Proctor Knott of A small number of Breck- Â¬ could do was to try tonHtfgafe itaTIbr- condition ceuis om oj iisuoi jtsse IClileago Mall Pun -- Rtpnlipfi Tivtiir- - nf Rnclnn cauieaci 4 cents- - 2aT 3 Also of A Doty 10 at inridge Democrats came out boldly rors and to save tho South from subju- Â¬ Kentucky and Gen Simon Bolivar J fspenfafcood deal of tilde at Honolulu Scene Kentucky Central Railroad for the Union Foremost among these gation K Walker 20naU4 ffCenU Average Buckuer late of Confederate military between one voyage aud another auu Mr Crittenden returned home from was always treated as a person to weight of whole lotJooQ At the sale f mie and now enjoying his crown of general office Covington Ky before was Richard Jacobs afterward a pasVhge ofthe infer slate commerce Colonel iu the sere and yellow leaf mingled with the the Federal service and Congress In 1863 in feeble heajlb He whom a great deal of consideration oPMrs Katie stmmate afc golden grain and softened into a halo act Sam Morse tlie General Passen Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky now most earnestly desired to retire was due He visited tlfo royal family 20 DeHbarrel Iiitlie field hogs sold quite often ami wnstliere rtcdved by 09 perewt 22 shoals at S210 per of honor and happiness eiioirojitig tlia gerf Agent siting on an nir cushion The State held no purer nobler or and and prepare for death which he his Majesty King Kumehameha who at joaeggtf to keep cool Â¬ i rwimif w wkm His conversa- was known as King Aleck by the head 14 shoats at 3Mp9rTiead hordes braver man than lie It was fortuuate felt was approaching declining years of one of Kentuckys agent morn Â¬ that Good Enter theatrical The farm ofilOo there happened most valued sous The writer now ap- Â¬ to be tions on the subject were solemn and fAmerican and EnLlislt resident i loir from lP3 id 116 mL ilfoillia n iti 11 ing Mr Morse Want to run down in the Legislature some old Whigs interesting 1 acres sbld to G WwBowman at 3jG0 But new troubles had oi pro iclilnc the wane of womanhood fr -I knew him during the war A ml hide the line Can you fix me out men or ability mid tried patri- Â¬ arisen in tha State great changes had in tlie streets of Honolulu and the per acrer jOenlral Journal S M Certainly sir with pleasure Associate not your faces O gentle readers nor otism Judges R A Buckner C taken place since his former election natives hud gathered from all over tha royalty blush at the fearless unconventional wtierearejop going F Burnam Wolf Andrews and the Kentucky was no louger in danger of kiugdatn to do honor to Ing T A Lexington QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO bhe not only knew acknowledgment Judge Underwood veuerable and secession but a radical party had Among the crqjvu jyp lean odiice arkets i handing theatrical mans others The work done by these men ariseu breathing vengeance against cimiantiy u nil his nil S M was even him but she kissed him He his mouth Panama ItaL on TXTE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga j Altl Al then a veteran with locks as white as card to ihe clerk Make out a pass to deserves to be cherished with the deep-Â¬ all who differed with them They his head was Caritaiu Stephen TtfWor ILKKKUl ttt tVKftM1 UX VY the trade that we have a large were hitter against the kind and con Presently there wasa blare of lufrhsr GROCER lAIX STREET RICHM0OCY Meridian Vicksburg and all the an Lexington and return line of Texas est gratitude not only by Ufijon men the winters snow aud the writer and well selected the street and T iA taking he pass Thanks but far more by successionlsts whom ciliating course of Mr Crittenden down procession came the head of the impulsive school girl of fifteen RidiiMoxDiKY Sriti7iS87 royal into view Oil Bragg had entered Kentucky with By the way Mr Morse I would like they prevented from doing an net fierce ana vindictive toward all who went the headgear of such 6f tile feeefCailfeButoherr L 3M if flying colors and every Soul hern house Â¬ to run over to Washington while down which would have overwhelmed the even sympathized with the rebellion1 natives as had any headgear but Ciibt liogs Ml they could tolerate no terms of kind- Â¬ Tajlor remalued Covered Maklngi Ko SugarlCured HJtjkl Ij if Q IJR Ud hold was thrown open to the tempo Â¬ that wo j Can you Ox me over your State and themselves In ruin f other movement than to roll his quid connecting line uacon nams v JTTTTr ouiurjr rary victors An elegant fete had been But the Union men of tfiis Legisla- - ness toward them The conservatives -i u ip THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST Nofr have nolle of Ihelr lature found themselves supported and agaiu called for the services of Mr to the oilier cheek take off -yourltat- t - - Cureiiuuu ivaU prepared in their honor at the subur- Â¬ Why dout youi iSfeoc ii n2i4c passes besides you could not ban home of Mrs T B F near Lex Â¬ blank od t co I asked utiutlVe wlid tOke iGHIctenit sustained by a mighty power outside Crittenden io Congress but lie did iq Captalu I ington aud the writer a petite school Â¬ ride on their passenger trfnsC of Jhe Legislature Some States had suit these violent men who had asum Tnollah Morninc and Night 7 VI3i1E3 ITmCS A T A Why how Is iVifcj coaches txeu forced to pass what they called ed the control of the Staje They were tho Important cities of the Sontli wlthoat change yiJiVir-- ij WwcTXiiaM girl niece of whom they then felt Tho Cantahi vouchsafed nn ronlv Wheawtl W V RUNXINU TIIttOUUH CARS TO JACKSOJTVILLB FLORIDA IS 25wjo3ii l iourat amis ironjnoiirw fWiTir JjlIIU TWKSTY EIOIiT HOURS proud was of the important dramatis crowded UI11 J T inn the Ordinance of Secession by the unzmuaioKeiTiu oi as iy joyal iartylrew iCorrLpevparTe1 oo J 5 r tbuHfir i HlfrpeV that but their over bearing spirit of their leaders tWT TVnwelen have rhnlee nf two kind ot Sieopius Cr ejiit seiiiuiivB in uieir vieiyg personie of the social programme HeH TVniinn t Cnnntnl near an Etiglishnfau Fafu rbofMtuIbtt opULltU 11 0 1 0iDJCIai AND CRKSCBNT KOBTB MnBBtK BJesanUBoaa ido At the instaoce of histoid friends the girlish vuiep like many another con- - classification requires that gall iu Iitruc those then who still loved the Union dolr Buffet Car and Pullman Finest Pulaca Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern 4050 Hadut 0U better5 fciicoVer Cap- - Oats in v by were awed Into silence and acquies conservative Union men Mrr Critten- qioc rSVred a wonderful tint poured ail of quantities shall be transported Leading Railroads r Nearly All 1 t 3c Aoul stirring music into the South freight uen rejuumuiiy couseiueu io oe a can vl T -- euce This could not be done in Ken- passengers holding tickets via this line are Grand Ceutrul Union Depot 1b Cincinnati Nii said X took oil Beetvjajh itCmSc J flPver Jouruey attended yrtUn speed therefore saved transfer across the City and are njaured Eta in which you cau find the ern Marseillaise Maryland My a 4 lucky The boldnes and daring of the didate to He who had contributed eo hatjto nigger yet and never willt i i iFeAtiiersi ui Jo 35 - rw comfort and convenience r u much Save the State to the Union 3IARRIAGE IN ARIZONA 5M75c Maryland and Union men was quite equal to that of Bonnie Blue Flag iJi It was a rudBpeeeht butjipt meant eal lm -oi tt0 znr yia- - Queen and Crescent usnei rz nrjj fi other Hotitliem airs The evening had tiieir adversaries and had the attempt could best aid In checking the bitter to be iiHUltiug jue eviuentiyi tor tne Orchard Gras 25 General Offices St Paul Building West Fonrth 8t Clnclnsatl Ohio ness of the Republicans A Convenv I uextnomeut tlie iruynLhpartyiVfimfc GermanJHIlel nearly drawn to a olose when a parly Do you take the woman whose beeu made hi Kentucky to move in J T 0 JOUXCOAULT HCOLIJIRAN General Manager of us schoolmates withdrew to the hand youre squeeziu to be your law- Â¬ defiance of the wishes of the people linn was called by these Republicans Plniiitnnhrpit4t nfiil dint Kfinhnn -PivJ Ttmothr Sced General Passenger AeaC 2 40 LATEST STYLES -ROARROLL i v1 RXRYAN rntirUtf --iiHiinKaU f1 nominato a candidate for Con ir res j front veranda for a girlish chat and to ful wife in flush times aud skimp it would have been resisted whatever lor stl with lllSla id General Uaperlntendent lWJ IT jneStfj Assistant UeaenI PasBenserAgesU compare notes justasgirls will do in 10 cJaWjthr LOWEST PRICES J rebkoTniialrabSuTIire fclzeont TrlTgTil have been the consequences Tlie conservatives would not attend antlyoiOhebVckfKKiicaV sucu a woiiveniion ior tney ueiieveti it olltiiepfliv to th Kimr Squire JAlllhis was well known laiiinijAillK najl Sweet Potatoes 11 iuiti i t f 3 C7JSLS3Ei Take up the journal of the two was to get another candidate niore jJHellol Aleck Do you take tills man who youve ineraud staff came out in quest ofl 1 t TV We bom TRACnOV and PORTABLE EHQIHE3 of all stiea TSa faaoas their carriages and there stood a serai- - jined fists with to beyour pard through Houses from tuo beginning of this tuueu iu ujeir leeuugs man mr unt The Kim Ibokea nirlhsfant at Hie Dpyou wqntpuredrugs anddhe bestl wedtfnot Intend to be UNDERSOLD uuitAfliA xtuusuK wrwneat 0UI3 011 ciover peas aaa am n and gusto fclrce of fresh voung girls to bid them tnick and thin called session see the spirit of the teudeu Captain and tieu ciljnl out in quite brands of tobaccos nnd cigars You and 16 Hnr customers we sav we wili AAiubrftf aiAan euiboAjuouuiuin m ba Arflstx I write fsr Fine Circulars 2r O ffantiirt a J good night and be thanked t iu turn A day was in the meantime set for as cheery a tone s Well jTou arc about right for once Governors messages aud resolutions UU glVeyniHull vUtiiiTor every dollar In rr tZTli dai Hnll them at I J Brooks CO RODillSON for some littie trivial song or musical old man X r i li t introduced and one can hardly see Mr Crittenden to speak iu Lexington A VWtedwilh u jimlWewurgef you to Hello Steve RlCTrnond5liiViitari2r SKWjl F inaiana tp nyL lTEa T h h c give us an enriy uhi Kiss iu court an how Kentucky could have been saved He came up accordingly contnbuiou to the evenings enjoy- All right then The public FTTtftT itf linent J reckon you are married about as tight from the vortex to which so many mind was much agitated and excited applause or the crowu conyliicing one EverypouUrrralserehrtuld beenon Gen Buckner like Gen Sherman its tlie law tarn jlne you I guess four 8tate3 were rushing Yet those men The Republican parly was becoming EiiKlbhnian that aBoston sea caotaln linnet B h itttn nf RnnioA nhfch Appreciated the situation and claimed bltsll do Bill if I dont have to kiss with their ability prudence and skill powerful and was for defeating wm nt Jeast as great a man as 11 Kfng cholera ure It Is tfuoraiiteed t0 curel 2ir At UaKBSsbldaiamL las a special prerogative his right to thebride If I do itetsix bits extra Npe saved the State at this fearful conjunc Crittenden The Seseeslonkts hated Hawaii Boston flrauarlpt Willis Snriiy HrocUton juue 22 9m TIDE CLIMAX Feikting Climax So the bouquet of JOHN J CRITTENDEN not more the writer lialMnzeir others which honor ne na doubtless cast into oblivion How He Helped to Keep Kentucky in the Union suicehe weddetl two years ago the prettiest belle in all Virginia Kentucky at the Opening of the War JUST CAUSEEJ1RSWC1DBJ - 3Ir Crittendens Election His kiss the crowd girls klsel him CLEARING THE DECKS Clearing Up All Broken Lines of Goods in every De partment of our Stools almost without price HAYIING WINTER STJ3PFLIES RAMSEY OLDHAM Shackelford All Gentry Co Â¬ -- Ms of HAUD WAEE STOVES and TIH WAEE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing buttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Bone in the most Workmanlike Iffanner KOME3 BUT TI2S BEST OF WORKMEN EMFIQYSSB ALL WORK WABRAIVTED To The Trade j3o I Farming Implements Known STOCK WIGGINS WE KEEP THE LARGEST BRECK j Attention Contractors BEST SELECTED STOCK OP - arwaje and IBnilcliiig Material Â¬ iEXSlETiDEI BISXaXaE COOK STOVES and RANGES KarJ3LASTIiNG- -- Â¬ - J POTTDER 1 M ioMF tjy T EDWARDS Ia - I i vnxuTum ENo tl2jihThe 1 i 5dSSSffsfWSf 9j- J- rw-Jf- c- Mid The Enterprising Youns Merchant on Eirst Street carries a full Jineof Staple and Eancy Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest T lf 1 I Wm FIRM qtrEElST AND CRESCENT ROUTE Roads Cincinnati Southern and dfuiiooljpj tt CLOTHINGr Principal Points Sol last ai Soii Iest Sl iF aSBuij ButWriJiSVn hfper 7ss a TminsDcinacnSkrtaSiIB5oht -S- Ik-VelVniriDt ft T coc TRUiyrKS 1 1 9 Lardwniviw5 lTaHowtwitU It the - -- t rv nijiii jiu 1 Travel rWx 155 lggg rHuc RffiSffi3 1 T 55 T133ES 1 1 f4 j j rwl iW WHITE F I PrmtShovJsilvrough I jufl t MHBg irJCH TIPTON k FRl HTTMAY w--- - Wit G WHITE WESDAYSEPTEMBER iiSSy takes a man to shoe a horse r- - a woman to shoo a hen - i then water gives out what are 411 romuiuonisis going 10 annx j cigarette smoker can not ob- admission to the Naval or the tary Academy ie Colonels arid Captains to give way to Old Saw s last week in Washington Kjjev w Joseph Parker of London in xew iorii xie win ue- a eulogy on Henry Ward plier October 2nd ie Medical Congress in session Iweek in Washington D C is to have been the finest bodv lien in point of intellect and Igical development ever seen an ihington ftcob White who committed Me at Clinton last week is no ijj ion to the editor of this paper win interest you However to av why he --took his own life IJsvas editor of a country news- V T 4 i H ansas pays a bonus for the luction of sugar The Kansas who comes to Kentucky and Tries a Kentucky girl taking iback to his Western home is 3tless the recipient of a pen- for Jiie eeb White editor of the Democrat felied at Ci ill lei Hickman county m 0 committed Miickie last week by g lnorphine No cause for the n is known Shelby Sentinel are mistaken Mr Editor He je was a very good cause oditor of a country ncwspa- mi the a1 Kentucky Military Instl 0ol Allens celebrated school sold last week under decree of L Hundreds of young men e been educated there and e is scarcely a village in the e that has not one or more of pupils Crutcher fc Starks ling merchants ot iranKJort ht it for 10000 wii ilie article on Jno J Critteiu our nrsi xmgts is ironi uie of Judge Wm JS Kinkead of ngton lwenty hve vears af-be events of which he writes article will be read without ludice and witlf interest by all readers and particularly by older men who recall the per- tiraee or 1851 The Writer a tribute to our townsman C F Burnam letimes appears in the pulpit ad to give ilbee the brilliant young Con isniRii from the Tenth District this State will not be a candi- for re election although the lination would doubtless be rsn Jam il he wished it He It is understood that W P i iy k Kansas City paper sent in- - coming winter July20 tf nes to prominent Democrats Best quality Canvassed Hams Republicans in Missouri and Breakfast Bacon aud Dried Beef at DRIP ROCK asking theirpreference for iisas sep7tf isident Jrom Missouri 270 There is an enidemlcof iiifliion7i in Tribble Blouuts miocratic replies were received Dont fall to see J 8 Collins 2 lace 4his part of the county it ot them being lor UJoveland3 aug 31 8U curtains Ihurman 1 for Wade Hamp- - Born to the wife Win H Davidson Every can of goods that you buy and the rest scattering In a boy Angust28th J Walker rum Tribble Blpuut is guaranteed to usas 326 Democrats answered MrE Parson and Elfe Wfijkfe are be of standard weight and quality follows Cleveland 30GnThur attending court at Ivjne this week eep7tf in 7 Hill 6 remainder scatter- It j Uie Missouri Republicans make still remains dry Farmers wil Dont buy cheap light weight canned only half crop and tho it 2G1 answers 125 Kleins for for mast is not very flattering prospect goods when you can buy standard line 77 for Sherman 41 for Lin goods nt Tribble Blouuts for the n the others scattering Kansas i Died tat tthe residence or her sou tsame money sep7tf publicans sent 302 replies 181 Mrs Elizabeth Cox and was interred The lowest prices jjg for Blaine Sff far Sherman September 7tb at the old family grave tains and carpets J inS town on cur- Collins yard on Middle Fork Lincoln ana the others scat- aug31 8t While Mr Poke Sparkes was out hunting the other day he caught a A full line of French goods at Tribble ground hog tuat he said weighed fifty Blounts fiep7tf another nart of our nanpr pounds the largest that Vas ever be found the minutes of Hip caught in he county Finest Flour in town at Tribble iting held last week to appoint I i Blounts ilarspri r sep 7tf Gj i Ref ias closejlatmee aies to urn UndUBtnalarid fug at J the BigSprlug Church in Estill miercial Conference Insure your property with Greenleaf which county with an addition of 50 From ts in Louisville narlv nPTh th The imrjorlance of this there he tame Id South Fork Church KCis 01 uie ciiy 31 aug Zl and held inference can not be too hichlv tions to a few days and had II addi Â¬ church Mr JBarspps is a ihe imated Its aim is to give a good preacheraiid is Just ireceived at Tribble Blouuts mulus to the efforts now being the Baptist Church StateEvaugllist of 000 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn and Is doing a ide to build up our material and good work in Eastern Kentucky Peas Beans Peache3 Pears Apricots mmercial prosperity and to de I and other canned fruits and vegetables ie wa3s and means that will in Cheapest place in town sep7 tf hRERKINSj ii re our advantages in all business Thousands of Canned Fruits and rsuits industrial as well as ag ultural being brought to the We had a light rain Sunday but not Vegetables are being received daily at sep7tf tice of canatalists We hone enough dpuylgQQd if Tribble and Blouuts a delegates appointed will make We have a man here afraid of a frog Si4 J 8 Collin8fS2 lace curtains will as eiiort to attend and that every but not of a rattle snake i wt tonish you Call and see them Slogfit en who feels an interest m the p Mr H B Robinson and Wire are vis Â¬ luildiim ofhis State and countv fjl lend his time and thought to iting J A Robinson and familv of Lace curtains in great variety at J fi3 Collins 52 to 15 aug318L ch a worthyelTorL That we are Mr L M English has taken charge I ie of the richest States of the r it Something New J Hiu anu marveiousiv ii oiessea uv of tliCTntisIecinss at Belief JleJsla I tture is amply attested bv State flne teacher aiia will succeed lean give you Ihe best Jace curtains ologist rroctors reports- - Pos Corn in the lieltTis selling at 225 on the market fgr the money 52 lo aug31St ssing the wonderful advantages per barrel Apart from thedry weath Â¬ 15 JSCollins id resources i herein set forth it er everything In this parf oMfe couuty The best remedy for chicken cholera auld seom almost nriminnl frvr wioveijv 4r ever introduced here is Gauters Chick Â¬ jtr people to endure further stag Wherelslhe Klrkbville correspond Â¬ en Cholera Cure Try It Sold by itiiMi ent With his poetical prose leller We Stockton Willis m m oats 20 bu Indiana winter wheat15 bu oats 36J bu Iowa winter w heat 18 bu spriug 4f Mr C MJIannaof Shelbv nty wanfSto be Commissioner wheat 14 bu oats 3G bu Kansas bu 25 Agriculture to succeed John P winter wheat 10J wheat oats bu bu Kentucky winter 10 oats vis we can see no reason Avhv 221 bu Minnesota spring wheat 13 diould not receive the appoint buj oats 35 bu Two counties report nt On the other hand there a failure of the spring wheat crop many reasons why he should Missouri winter wheat 19 bu oats 31 t and foremost because there is bu Nebraska spring wheat 14 bu man in the State better qualifi- - winter 22J bu oats 32 bu Ohio than he and there is none who wjnter wheat 14 ha oats 33 bu Da Â¬ fcld discharge the duties of the kotaspring wheal 14i bu oats 30 bu ce more faithfully Mr Banna Pastures continue to show improve- Â¬ farmer not a slip shod go- - ment in condition Live stock is re- Â¬ rot-ouported from many localities healthy sort of a farmer but in poor condition on account of a iarmer by birth by educa- - short pasture tn July and August ln and from choice a scientific Apples and potatoes will be about half regressive farmer a student and a crop Wells and streams in most localities are low and require heavy iccesslul and practical man rains to put them iu condition for sup Â¬ plying stock with water during the up politics He will jiote his whole time to the min He has a fine flow oflan- ge a splendid voice and a bnl- wheat t mind it is for this that lie had de DAUGHTERS I have to catch him on the fly and ho MOTHERS WIVES dont fly this way often enougGto6ut Chili is the only country in the our readers Now dont be abashed by A lady who Be your ownpfcvslclau world that has female street car what I say but come again some other lor years suffered from distressing conductors They are usually day weaknesses etc female complaints young and pretty and street car so commouTtoher sex and had deÂ¬ KINGSTON- ridingis a popular amusement with spaired of a enre Anally found reme- Â¬ the young men about town Of dies which completely cured her Mr June Armstrong andIamily are course they flirt with the drivers visiting Any sufferer can use tlienrahd thna friends in Texas cure herself without the bldfapbysi Fellows who make a business of Mrs Strange of Georgia visited her clan Two recipes treatise aud full di- Â¬ such flirting are called mosquiAddress Mrs rections fiee Sealed toes because they swarm so thick- Â¬ sister Mrs Boeu last week ly around the cars and are such Miss Amanda Anderson opened the W C Holmes 658 Broadway N Y J3jul lyr Name this paper a nuisance The cars are double High School on the 29th ult deckers with seats upon the roof A Novel Bet While I am not a Miss Birdie Gibson has gone to Mid Â¬ as well as within and steps as- way to attend the Orphan school betting man said F J Cheney of the cending from the outside F J Cheney Co I TJ Roberts and family took in the firm ofreligious duty to makeconsideredÂ¬ it my that felRAILROAD Baptist Association at Mt Taborweek low a bet You see he was about dead before last aud 1 guess he would have died before The corps of engineers of the W Ii Moore Jr aud family of Cal- Spring if I had not got him on the Louisville Southern Railroad ifornia are visiting his fathers family bet You know some men had rather reached this city Friday last about Mr Moore went to California 17 years loose their lives tbau lose a hundred noon The route over which they ago aud this is his first visit home well be was one of that kind and we ran was from Nicholasville It Mr Schuyler C Tudor of Lexington both came near being out but I saved comes up Tates Creek entering spent Sunday with the family of his my hundred and it only cost him ten town in the rear of the residences uncle Galen J White He Is doing dollars Hows that He sent for me of Mrs Covington and Judge the county iu the iuterest of the Blue one day and said the doctors had all Breck crossing Lancaster Avenue Grass Lightning Rod Company of given bim up to die with the catarrh I told him that I would bet him 100 near the Episcopal Church and Lexington that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure Second street in the rear of DonaldOne day while Todd him or I would give him 100 if it failed sons carriage factory thence Jones were last week wheat for G threshing J He took the latter proposition This through M Barlows property White Son two men got into a was three mouths ago you see how be across Smith Ballard street and friendly scuffle in which E B Hatf- Â¬ as any dont intersects Main near the residence ield was thrown by Richard Cruze looks now dandy you as well Toledo one and a American ofD P Armer Engineer Bug having his left ankle dislocated and a O gies was here two weeks ago and bone broken laid out that rpute for the surveyAnd the The Babies Cry For Miss Buchanan is teaching the public old folks laugh when Ruggles was in our ors Mr they find the se- Â¬ office Saturday night having just school The trustees have not yet pleasant California liquid fruit remedy cured a music teacher Prol Rice af Syrup of Figs is more easily taken and He had ter teaching one terni most acceptably come in from Burgen been making out a route lor the to our people left a week ago for Ash Â¬ more beneficial in its action than bitter corps of surveyors to run over ley Mo He will take charge of the nauseous medicines It is a most val- Â¬ uable family remedy to act on the from that place here The route high school at that place bowels to cleanse the system aud to marked out by Engineer Ruggles dispel colds headaches and fevers between Burgen and Richmond FOXTOWN Manufactured only by the California upon which the surveyors will Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Califor- Â¬ next be engaged runs somewhere Some of the farmers have begun cut- nia For sale by White Stockton between the University building ting their corn aud from appearances and Mrs Gibsons residence cross- tis dry enough Sjrup or Figs ing the Lancaster pike it runs Manufactured only by the California There are plenty of hogs of all kinds through lands belonging to Wm Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is M Irvine Adam Green and How- aud sizes for sale iu this neighborhood Natures Own true Laxative It is the with but few buyers ard Oornelison to Taylors Fork most easily taken and the most pleas- Â¬ and down this stream to its mouth Mr Eugene Burgin has again very antly effective remedy known to at Silver Creekthence to the neigh- abruptly decamped for the Wild West cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ borhood of Geo Storms thence aud left his gal behind tive to dispel headaches colds aud Southwesterly to Blakemans mills Rev H B Coekerell preached his fevers to cure habitual constipation These are of course only prelimi- last sermon at Providence last Sunday indigestion etc For sale iu 50 cents nary surveys Which route the unless sent back by conference Willis and 100 bottles by Stocktou road will come whether from BurMr Overton Burgin has been very gen to Richmond or from Nichol sick for several days and at this writÂ¬ asville to Richmond remains to be ing is improved but little if at all Remaining unclaimed iu the Post office at Richmond Ky week ending seen It will be one OrHhe other provided they make us a liberal The corn crop tis thought will not Sept 13th 18S7 oiler and Col Young says they average half the usual yield and some Abner Benjamin Long Bud Marimon Mollie are going to do that He says fields have been sold at 250 on the Blackburn Link Ballert Nannie Monday May they will give us a good liberal stalk Black Archie Moten Francis proposition brie that the county The school at this place under the Barrass E McBndcJonn will vote with a whoop We shall tutorage of Miss Munday is in a flour-Â¬ Ballard Miss Bettie Mullen T Bell Mattie Neikirg C B ishing condition with an unusually i see Bronstou Willie Oldham Dave large attendance Baldwin Mrs Nan Patterson Robt THE CROP SUMMARY Parish Earnest L Still we are dry aud thirsty Some Bowhinf Nellie Carpenter Mrs S E Pluitt Wm of the oldest inhabitants have a very Dickerson Reade Henry Reports of the Condition of Corn Wheat indistinct recollection of such a water Carr Clay Sue Rogers Sallie M anavatsiutiic united states famine once before Cobb Jane Robinshn Madame Daridsay Aithur Smith Adie col 3- - Kff The acreage of wheat sown in these Davis Nannie E Smith Creed The lollowing crop summary appears parts notwithstanding the very low Denny Katie Shifflett Rice in this weeks issue of the Farmers price oflered for the present crop will Dnool Leonidas Tipton Frank Feggins E W Turner Miss L V Review Theireports of our corres Â¬ be fully up to the average M T Forrester Turner Miss Min pondents indicate thatf iujseveral of Under the direct instructions of the Gatewood Alonzo Turner W S theconi States thecorn crops have been Gilbert Ridy Turner Emma more benefitted by the late rains tbau ladies the time worn old Providence Harris Nancy Turner Bettie Church lias been coverted into a mode Herndon J H was supposed possible Only Missouri Walker Henry Nannie Williamson W M Indiana and Dakota report a lower of beauty and convenience So much Hughley A Williams Dr J percentage Qf condition tbau last week for the ladies who have fought the bat- Â¬ Johnson Kanatzar James White Mary The reports by States on percentage tle bravely Post office hours from G a m to 6 p m of condition of the average crop are as Mrs Sac Harris of Bates county Money orders and registered letter hours follows beventeen Illinois counties Mo and Mr George Jones of Kansas prompt 7 A m to 6 oclock p m report an average of 555 nine In- City returned home to attend the J B WILLIS P m diana counties 505 nineteen Iowa burial of their father Mr Joe Jones counties 744 seven Kansas counties Sr who died at his home near this G14 eigbt Kentucky counties 67 plage Friday morning WEEKLY eight Minnesota counties 918 thir- Â¬ Quite a sensation was created at this teen Missouri counties C66 six NeÂ¬ place last Saturday by tho rapid move- Â¬ II braska counties 833 sixteen Ohio ments of a boy and a pony From the counties 70 1 and twelve Dakota couu diminutive appearance of the pony and ties 100 the enormous size Tbeir average yield of winter and not tell which was of the boyj we could running away with One Year 75c spring wheat as shown by the threshthe other but they went ing is as follows Illinois winter STREET CARS IX CUILI LIVE STOCK MAEKET BBPORT OFFICE OF CdMl WEBER LOPER Commission MerchrmUat Live Stock utncinnau union oiock i uius am Covington Stock Yards ysfj 7 CdRRECTED WEEKLY BY TJ iiffBDGTOrfcC J I Bmtolic i 1 9 04 I o ale I will on n r DEALERS IN Hardware Ston Tinware and Arricnllural njlmplcnicnts As Trustee of C Stafford Ky Skptembeu 1st 18S7 slhsr y V SHIPPJNfj CATTLE oo 3 5 a 50 3 oo 4 35 3 75 2 75 3 25 VJ Dkab Sib szEs1 Richmond THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 87 in the town of Kichmond Ky proceed to to the highest bidder at public described valuable real estate the The Â¬ Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good- - Oxen Common and Rough Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On the night of August 29th our building with the greater sale expose at 4p2 i75 rDimvarei gc wai ifin ned J hVe v 250 2o part o1frouriofebVHafwhrejIron following take this means of advising you that we have bought the stock of BUTCHER CATTLE- J to-wit f Good to Extra 3 3535 W 0 Peyton and have rented his store room next door to McOanns 3 35 3 Fair to Good We 3 20 and will have in a very few days a complete stock all inshapo 3 90 Common to Fair 2 85 2 65 Good to Extra Cows We 1 35 2 60 hope our frieuds will bear in mind the chango of location Fair to Good Cows 1 75 2 35 Common Cows county 1 co t 50 take this opportunity of thanking our many friends in tho Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS and town as well as customers in others counties for their liberal 3 65 2 50 Best Shipping Assuririg them that we greatly appreciate 2 50 patronage iu the past 3 3 Best Bologna 3 25 2 o Fair Bologna Build- Â¬ Office a oo2 3s it we respectfully ask their continued patronage in the future for Fair to Good Feeder 1 Common and jThin 59 we need it after our misfortune more than ever 5 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS We hope those indebted to us will see and appreciate our need 2 6s Good Extra Steers 3 7 This plant is almost new having been built and in operation 3 50 2 65 of money and call and pay us Fair to Good Steers only aljoul two years is thoroughly equipped with all the most mod- Â¬ 3 oo 2 40 Good to Extra Heifers Very Respectfully Yours Common and Thin Stackers 1 73 2 00 ern improved machinery and in complete order Also -- Planing iRioiHiivnoiNriD ey- 1 and Mill Including Grounds ings and Machinery Mill Â¬ COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 35 oo04O 20 oo3o Fair to Good o ootS Common Best Veal Calves 4 75 5 Fair to Good 4 oo 4 3 50 3 Common and Heavy 00 00 00 SffAOKELFOBD GENTRY CO TWO NEW ERAME COTTAGES containing five rooms on the S E Corner Hallie Irvine and Orange streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 29 and 30 in the Estill Addition One lot on Irvine street near Formans Roller Mill being old mill lot J 00 50 00 Madison Co Bonds FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF it SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy Good Butcher Â¬ Fair Butchers Common and Tail Ends HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers- Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Roughs and Scalawags 5 6o 5 oo 4 75 5 30 5 25 5 oo 4 65 3 3 75 P The Bonds issued inrpayrnent of sub- Â¬ 75 scription of Madison county to LouisilIe 50 and Nashville Railroad due in February 25 April July and October 18S7 and iSSS 50 will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C CHPN AVW Com 5 40 tf- 5 35 5 15 4 90 3 5 5 5 4 3 Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street location feet by HOUSE Fronting 77 two good272 feet deep allThis is a very desirable such as necessary outbuildings cisterns and It has on it wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale 13JuM0t P ZAST CALX J STOXE WALKElt Trustee Â¬ Â¬ day October 8th I will ofler at public sale on 1887 Satur Â¬ Â¬ MY HOWE PLACEi Your City Tax is past due If not by September 1st 10 per cent will according to the law RiA BARLOW City Collector Office at Second Natiounl Bank augl7 tf Caid DYKES ON -- 4SIF North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY A IN -- IjNT I 0K Â¬ Situated on the Barnes Mill pike 2J The place is miles from Richmond immediately 011 the pike and well fenced and consists of Â¬ 8 ACIS OF LA TOIVESITY GROCERIES - Â¬ LETTERS With dwelling house of six rooms hall THE NEXT SESSION WILL OMS and porch Splendid CISTERN good pond for stock water a tenement house and a good blacksmith Shop Is a No 1 location for a blacksmith tST Terms easy WILLIAM H SIMS- The Preparatory Department under septl4 4t the supervision of the Faculty will receive the undivided attention of Pro- Â¬ fessors Irvine and Crooks and no pains will be spared to make this Madison Couuty School all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College Oue good two horse wagon and bar and at the same time give a thorough ness has been used ouly 3 mouths aud practical education to those who cau is as good as new not take the regular course Will be sold cheap for cash R L POTTS Apply to EXPENSES eep 7 2t Whites Mill Ky Tuition In College Classes per lerm of J0 00 twenty weeks payable iptctvance Tuition In Preparatory Department Classed per term of twenty weeks SO 00 payable hi advance I11ciaent1l Feeln College for the year -- payable In advance- 5 00 Incidental Fee In Preparatory Depart- Â¬ year payable in advance 3 09 ment for tho Confectioneries- I am simply over stocked and must reduce same Csnsied G oods SO NOTE THE PRICE OdWoMjjmpuU Green and Gold Paper worth SI This house is FOR SAX E Z2ried Fruif Einest Embossed cents and plenty of every reduced to 50 thing in my line Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced DANCING to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to Strictly Business 15 cents ON A Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to Strictly CASH Easis 10 cents The best goods are Everything at REDUCED PRICES kept and sold on very BEMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls close margin for cash latlO cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents GIVE THIS HOUSE june22 I am receiving pupils for another class cotalugue apply to in dancing to be organized on L H BLANTON aug21 Gw Chancellor Tuesday September 20 I am prepared to teach all the new dances including the American Gavotte Innovation Centennial and four new square dances JC8PFor further iuformatiou and Â¬ THE Special attention given to children in Is beating them alt making the best fancy dances and calisthenics grade of Call at Willis House for further infor- Â¬ mation Class will meet in room over court- Â¬ room at the Court house IL BARLOW A tf TRIAL per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named Julyl3 tC GEO M WILLGING MADAME BOSBYSHELL aug 3i 3t A D RUFF BLUE GrRASS LIGHTNING ROD CO FOUSHEE MELTON CO Proprietors Market Street - Lexington Ky DEALERS IN HE HAS A BJG STOCK ON HAND ALSO NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class who boy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of Â¬ Heal and Coal Pays highest cash price for 17 bu per acre St Clair Springs by J C Hughes Salutaris Water brought direct from Mich Kept only july22 tf 6 Months 40c ELLIS HIGGINS OIG AHS J S Collins wants you to call aud see his special drives in lace curtains aud carpets aug31 8t Tribble tea BEgfp WILL S CHEAPEST pjp 16 Published HATS Editor WHEAT June 22 tf STAPLE FANCY E0CEEIES y wear-out-your-la- Contains the news of the world up to date of publication Bead Â¬ J S Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ ing1 Matter interesting and in Â¬ pets and lace curtains is the largest structive to every home contri Â¬ ever in Richmond and his prices the butions to Music Songr Art Science Agriculture and Com- Â¬ lowest aug31 8u merce and Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons received daily at Tribble Blounts sep7tf Blount headquarters for sep7tt Iron Lightning Bods Fencing Cresting etc etc NONE BUT THE BEST MATERIAL USED CLAUDE t- Reliable Market Reports ALL WORK GUARANTEED Estimates furnished on application 12 tf JAS WILKERS0N Agent And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Watchmaker and JgwgIdp Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Higgins is not a new firm but has been in existence for HAVE OPENED A NEW HEALER IN nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and share ot other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prkas Plaled ware etp Special onWest Main Street They carry They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell attention given to a general line of them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people aug 10 lyr Hardware SOTING DIAMONDS want CALL AND SEE THEM SffilTH CO 2703BAOOO Qneenswarc Glassware Woodenwre Hardware- Store Tinware Coviugtoii Arnold Bro want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which they will pay the highest market price SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE Make Your Homes Happy Sample Copies and Premium Lint mailed free to any address Agents wanted eVQrywbQre Address SALEiLOTS AMD STOCK AM of Farm Stores and Groceries AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REF AIRING - Mis Ipuisville ommertfa Louisville Ky They have the newest and best Koods Promptly doue aud In a workmanlike and will sell for CASH at the Jowest i manner prices Mr Smith in a practical tinner of Cask Paid for Old Gold- and Silver several years experience and he wil Dont forget the place next door do all kinds of tin work rooting aud X repairing iu the best style at loweat to the Post office Richmond Ky june22 tf rales june22 If JOHN DONELSON vs RACHEL FORD I Sale Notice of InEquity THE NEXT SESSION OF Aa special commissioner of the Clark Court of Common Pleaiu by virtue of a judgment rendered at the July Term of said Court in the above styled cause One Halls Burglar and Fire Proof I will on Sure which will be sold for much less lGtli 18S7 than first cost For particulars Address RICE EVAN8 On the premises at Ford in the county 8cpt14lt Paint Lick Ky of Clark and State of Kentucky pro Â¬ ceed to sell publicly to the highest bid- - FOR SALE Have just received and opened a large -- WILL BEGIN ON- - Friday Sept der Monday Sept 12 corps of competent Teachers in all departments will be on hand Thosei having child reh to educatearid desiring to build up the material prosperity- of tlie city add county will do well to examine our catalogue and claims before deciding to send THE TIME TO GO TO stock of East Trenton well selected c A full PUBLIC SALE 28 TQWItf LOTS -- Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles AND GET ONE OF HIS i J If I will on 8ATURDAY OCTOBER 1st 1887 sell to the highest bidder My ii jja r r In Richmond known as the Jell Gen try Stable together with five or air head of well bred Me aifl Lot Trotting Stock Located on the North side of tho Ken- Â¬ tucky Central railroad anil East side of the road leading from Ford to Boonesburougb occupying the augle formed by the two mads and amount Ing In all to about three acres FORD Is a thriving village with four large mills two Iiotels and a number of stores and situated ou Ken elsewhre tucky River at the crossing of Ken tucKy Central railroad wlthiu arulq of C historic Boonesborough I will also at same time and place aug3t at offer for ale Also a large lot of Glassware and Water all kinds and styles I Sets- - of Spring P WILLIAMSON PREgjnEr Saddles M uMGr rltett COPFEES fl Eju ai Forte jn 20 Head of Cattle 3 Cows Among them three nice filly colts by Vatican also one horse colt whose almost thoroughbred with young dam is out of Harry Wilkes dam cue calves i yearling red bull thorough Â¬ pony gentle to ride aud drive one bred nnd the rest oue and two year old new break wagon skeleton wagon 2 good broods mares 1 yearling mule harness etc Bale at 10 oclock 50 barrels of old corn iu the crib B H NEALE Z E Bush Auctioneer The of 180 ACRES- eept14 2t BETTER THAN SUGARS Whalebone wliorti FAEI and all kinds of Canned Goods At bottom prices He also has a full line of Â¬ m 5 A Story TJiat Will Come True 1 am JEstill-count- y- 1858 acred good corn land balance iu grass with good bouse orchard aud garden never failing waters and eight tenant houses will be rented or the coming year possession January 1st CO i satined every pereoa 1- 1 ray urceut call to call and settle their accounts that were due last July There Is about three fourths of ihem unpaid aud I am golug to treat all alike and if you want to save cost you had best call and pay up without waiting for a fiith er notice as you will not get It Hop Jug you will comply early I Remain as Ever Mm rend TERMS The lots will be sold on a credit of six months the purchaser to give houd with approved security bear Â¬ ing Interest from day of sale until paid and having the force aud eilect of a Judgment -8ale to beginat 2 oclock P M H C HARGrS sept72t Patronize Special Contmlssiouer Estill Springs FOR EEST This well known summer resort Is now open for the reception of guests I will reit lo a good and oarefal i ue nieuicsn quaiutes or us water is tenant the beautiful audeeiagirtabie unsurpassed by any other on this con Â¬ home recently occupied by Joe S tinent Broiifcton fti iHie r a Hrw of years Persona desiring The location is cool and delightful rent wMi aaM hpou Patented Feb E iSSt Guaranteed KTEB EXHOVSE 3STEVEE CO to treat JT single ana double first class ma- Â¬ JtuutfactnreM FOR SALE BY 413 B w terial and best of yolk Saddles and Harness J U Lytek Bamberger Bloom LOUISVILLE KY Go REPAIRED NEATLY AND PROMPTLY For furtljilr particulars address JJ Brooks the druggist junt22tf juue2tf jwysir Jambs Bkntow Or H IT SatU me or my fellier T S mediate pHS9Hi given i ooetw Im Â¬ i irvlaeKy NMETIEABK0NST0N aug24 11 i Mr V O ytpu sold ou Mbuday I tp Mr W JCjtOcntdler hirelitlchce tfii jDAVSEPTEMBER 141887 wesi Main street for S000 Posses Bjou giveu January 1st bticeoflost watch elsewhere In 1 nShowsttx v oo -- CLIMAX Residence Sold On Thursday cveijing Sept 8th at 7 oclock at the residence of the brides nrreL parcnhvMr and MrjsUE H --Hart on forget t attend the sale of C SmitliBallard stwTV Miss Blauch fs pronerty to morrow begiu- - Bart U Mr R Ar Barlgw Prof W ktia residence at 180 D McCJJutock propunced the mar- r i riage ceremony No cards Tbe youiig jr fcoruitm was iwenty iour t xupic uavt luiien rooms at Uib Willis her K hool aud Is expectluu House She is looking for more com appartinents The Siik How They Are W wTWatts aud J Stoue Mrs Deatherace is dolne woll Am r cn iM to J W Herudou lastnl nutation 9avill unt ln woviij jjj1 j t 4 James Caldwell farm ilea ueaiuentge has about r covered from 230 acres for S17509 his injuries He is able to go about Mr F Bybee and to buy a Hulls pue desiring Mr- Bice Slilfllet al m the burglar proof safe would do neighborhood of the 3epof have been Evans Paiut ill address Kice with fever They are all recovering See advertisement Is eellius ut Somerset Barltpv IIart lor 25 ax j u grand-daughter-a- - till many maces uave ceaseil some through tear of fire and 4 Ah a result of the investigations of Inatcr with which to exlinguish the Coroners jury in the case or Wal- Â¬ btliers from want of water tp lace Miller who was shot somewhat earn mysteriously on the farm of Mr JT Cw btiuK affray occurred in Gar- - Bronston some ten days ago an of which wo gave in last weeks jnty on Thursday in which fecu was killed and his brother Cmmax Tom Harris was arrested aud uu wounded E D Cooley lodged iu jail Hi had hni examining ti parucipaui escapeu uiiiu- - trial an Saturday aud was acquitted ccount m - Water veale advertises in this paper Mrs Solomon Smith has offered tolhe siue trotting horses cults City CouncHand through that body to Isome brake wngons a lot of the citizen yjf Richmond during the dryli juid a stable Xxuk for the ad- - season jfhe use of the well of drinking Btnt and read it aud dont for- water in her yard near the corner of Shooting at Morehead Ly aiul hour oecqjyyand Water streets JIayor ThqIdwu of Morehead was thrown irior editor of this paper left jmtciiell hasiiad it thoroughly cleansed into considerable excitement Saturday nrijT puE iu repair and inow offers it to fo weeks ago He has been by a report that Craig Tollivers son m iinSt Paul Minn He all wlih need puro water for drinking j had shot another 6oy fatally The par- Â¬ Eat he took in Milwaukee the purposes ticulars are these About 830 Saturday e We think it likely that he morning Johu Walters aged 10 John Apple Pic Order in a few fcchoouers of beer Dillon aged IW and Burt Tolliyer Jailer Geo W Maupin keeps tilings aged 15 son at the notorious Craig lers CMlegeJohn Aug Wil- bolatHirrodsburghas open- - about the Court house in apple pie Tolliver who was killed ou the 22d order but this lime ha is doing a little day of hist June were out about three urtraent for instruction In extra He is havlrgtie 1enclies the hundred yards from Morehead firing by stenography type writing 1 railing--e- tc While engaged in cdurfcroom a pisloltat a target S keeriig That looks lfkej thoroughly cleansed and varnished tliis pastime Tolliver shot young Wal- Â¬ a practical side to womans 1 George is very much distressed over ters in the head iuflictiug a necessarily the dry leaves in the Court house fatal wound Burt claims it was au He cleaus them up but accident but this statement cannot be m ti buna advertisement yard 111 this issue Mr Sims offers others take their place He wants to verified Neither Dillon or Tolliver have every thing in good shnpe by have been arrested There is not much lle Irable home well located - leiidid cistern aud a sup- - nest Monday ready for Judge Morton J probability of auy further trouble grow-be k water j ing out of this shooting as the father There is n gowi Promptly Settled lie J Iaee aud would be au ex- of Walters does not belong to either of kuJ for a blacksmith Mr J C Johnston special agent of the warring factions me insurance vompany of North erro imdo Uuarcls Ml America 27 Out of 30 400 Xot 1000 arrived in our city last Thurs- Â¬ Ehave been reorganized with day night aud on Friday paid lofses On his return from Ohio last week ly members Judge H B amounting to upwards of 3000 and left met S w elected Captain J D Saturday morning to settle a loss else- Â¬ Col Tho of S Moberley countyMratTthe Grundy Washington rst Lieutenant and A ti where Mr Johnston paid every dol- Â¬ Paris Fair aud bought of him his Second Lieutenant The lar that his policy holders claimed bull Wild Eyes Prince at uud guns liave arrived This oldest American Company is rep- - S100 instead of 1000 as stated Iu the lowii College has arranged its 1 resented by Robert R Burnam at Courier Journal and other papers Col follows President Rev R Farmers National Bank who is al Â¬ Moberley had just heen to Latonia ways ready to write first class policies Fair the Ohio State Fair at Columbus D D- - Profs J J Ruoker H Gamett A M Arthur at rock bottom rates and the tri State Fair at Toledo He D R W Moore Ph D had very strong competition at all these Distillers Comeulion places the best herds of those States iltescarer B S T C True M C C Freeman A B Tlie distillers and liquor dealers of being present but succeeded iu win Â¬ Stevenson A M will have this State held a meeting at the Gait ning twenty seven prizes out of thirty the Boarding Hall House Louisville las week for the exhibits including at each place the purpose of arranging tofcend repre- Â¬ grand sweepstake herd prize for all gillie Park giaud sou of Mr sentatives to Ihe meeting of the beef brands His herd was I leaded by 31111th had a birth day the Nationnl Protective Association which a Rose of Sharon bull but an event that rarely occurs opens iu Cincinnati next Tuesday the Col thought he would be stronger of little people The event About sixty representative meu were with au older bull and hence bought fated by a parti and a lot of present Thej jrucinnati meeting Willi the Grundy animal were there One little girl be a large ami important one nnd dele- Â¬ Two Old Citizens Gone Jab ut it said she danced but gates will attend from -- liearly every tii nk it much harm as she Sthte in the Union Prohibition MNs Carrie Porter and her sister seeiis ie the round dances to have gotten the gentlemen on the Mi s Sarah left for South western Cal- Â¬ ifornia last Thirsday to make their uiusou the great family ex- - run home with their sister Mrs Peacock county has been to r of Bell They were old citizens of this place 100000 Fire AU the papers of that city as Tadaynight of last week the ma Â¬ came here from Lexington sixty years Bexteiisive notices That is c belong- Â¬ ago Miss Carrie being nine years old ing a Audy wants Hestep- - chinery houses engines at the lime aud Mis Sarah a few years ing to the Company saloon oue day iu Pineville youuger They sold their place that ti snot gun Killed live persons of Pulaski county burned to the ground had been their home for fifty years to liat many minutes One was The lire maiieni clejjrsweep entailing 1 Col C J3 Chenault and another a child He was a loss ogiiot less than 100000 It sold forf 1800 These It cost350 ladies two old throws upwards of 200 men out of em- Â¬ ou the plea of self defeuse supported themselves by their needle rw the boss dog of the bone ployment many of them men of fam- Â¬ Company They were good citizens in their quiet ilies Tiie Barren Fork Coal was made oip almost entirely of Lex way were devout members of the lunnnd Climax notes the de- - ington capital We learn that the loss Presbyterian church and always did fiftv mechanics from that their part in the charitable and relig Â¬ 18 nut icaiiy su muuii us auuvc luut- molester last week Win- ious work Of the town They were cated The Joss is covered by lusurirrespondput of Courier-Jour- people It is auce Col Miiward of LexiiigfonV very quiet said neither of them had been out of a mistake somewhere May- - the president pf the company jsays Richmond for many years and had ersaid fifty instead of live they will rebuild at once neverbeen on a railroad They will correspondent was like the remain in Missouri with their sister JIuch Ado About Xolhing hun- it thought he saw five Mrs Judge Ball until spring will i catswheu it turned out there The Register of last Week says Old on lo South west California rustling and nary cat Timer was somewhat riled over the then fo little Our citizens oue aud all wisli them a kmlle bush Or it maj be the Climaxs statement that iHuWleys safe trip and n pleasant and happy life tor of the Climax did sayJ stable was built by Fjed Mayers iuJS65 in their new home reported here that to the Old Timer Is himself at fault Hun - leys stable was huiltby Jackson jPuI Rome tinder Xero Climax every thing in Winp bigger and brighter and ley in 1800 sosayB ail old timer that A criticism by a competent judge happier and more of them we keep up Tn our office to answer all who has seen Rome Under Nero i here else questions TiqtlnTd ilowu IrLthcencjcTo HTliis great historical Biblical and pedia Our readers will at once recog- Â¬ spectacular representation is well worth is or Matrimonial Which nize the question as to when Huuleya b trip to Cincinnati Though we read 9 at the Christian Church stable was built as of vital importance in Roman history au account of Neros aruing and well worthy the columns of two infamous leign tyrannical practice aud great nawspapersandthebest thoughts infernal vices yet we do not and can heat Market 1 F i of tjieirprillfaut editors Next nut form the same conception of his iern wheat market is again8 cruelty by reading as by seeing See- Â¬ Ing to a figure almost as low Fire ing is believing in ihis case We have ji reached this year On Wednesday evening half a dozen the splendor pf Iiis palace and court on Crowded Out cries of fire brought ajlarge number Uhe one hand tlie various amusements k our Lexingtbu letter ofjipple qthej stiyetrl It wasj fcoqii JofJiis corrupted taste and of a still nyette countyitems Kings- - apparent that the trouble was at Joe more corrupiea people ou me otner icd other interesting reading Mackeys A coal oil lamp had ex- Â¬ aud in contrast to all this the devout re omitted for want of space j ploded setting fire to and consuming a 8ongs and prayers of the early Chris- Â¬ window curtain Prompt action pre- Â¬ tians with no other temple of worship IiObt vented what might have been another than the catacombs Lancaster pike between town very destructive fire Coal oil lamps I would say to those who con- Â¬ las A Ballards a ladies are very dangerous They may be a template seeing this not to leave when cape The under win be re- - little cheaper than gas but even this Rome is bred if you do you will miss I returning it to Dr John M we doubt bbliSideVing the breakage Idflf the clirrmrJaud most Inlerestiug part c Gas is much safer of the whole evenings entertainment chimneys Why not use It and avoid all risk As for above the ruins and debris of burn Circuit Court t lry nsltyiqw ij and with nq water its ing Rome rises a cross of fire emblem- Â¬ aurt begins Monday The would be almost impossible to put out a atical of the Christian religion which ocket is crowded as uua j triumphed oyer pagan Rome fire shquIdpinQrlier one pfciir What a several murder cases to be thrill of delight that shimmering cross civil docket is very light sends througli the hearts of nil fue iA Spark tiie 1 11 equity and 15 ordinary A spark from at engine on the K believers to day CRuilroad ftfetFiUay afternoon set On next Saturday tlie Kentucky Uire h Hime grass oi the farm pf Mr Central will runttio ast excursion of ro Kansas A Long FarewellCincinnati Excursion TuVgr iwing Inscription was re- - fJ SBogA jburiied nipidly pud jSpon tho fenci ists will have the opportunity of takiu 011 a schoouer coming was ohi fire ijreat1 destruction Svai ift thebeebalLmatch Louisvliles vs pyond he Mississippi threatened and it was with difficulty Ciuciunatisfn the afteriioouandRome I to Kansas a long farewell that thetfjre was extinguished i Every Â¬ UnderJsero at uightand return home you a sad adieu body In ihe neighborhood turned out leaving Covngtou at 1130 Round lemigrnte some day tp hell and a JargejUumber vent out from trip 200 rer back to yon town probably one liuuureu aud nrty PERSONAL in ail gatryiug witli them tlie cheipi- om Dripping Springs l cal engine The little engine did good Hon W O Bradley was in town Mon- o know Mr D G Siaugli- treciate the following item work and butor Itisas3i8tance rlije fits iday could not nave been citecKcu wtiere 11 Iterior Journal Senator Bennett is attending Circuit was air iwgga lost n lot or grass court Slaughter the proprietor in Irvine r pping Springs Hotel wasj nlwmt fmir Imiiilrm nanels of fehce ami Speakerf Carlisle and wife arc expected 1 i vprv irrMiii iizt mill mm iiiiiii if last ijini K iuv uv iiiuer iiin at Mov McCrwiys Slaughter wore In bapti5ni VOUBl 0cbard alHi lo itti nastnrai fat lie had on when he killed1 forest trets His house was in great - IIW1 U9 UWtL JVJ AJtJWlil- Tt I Inn - ciiin n kli lit 1 a t f tlifnger but wis travwl by hts wife ioh to attend the State College A Chestnut carrying water and moistening the Dr Foster anHiiife returned on Satur- Â¬ H should become IliJ grass arrfund It- - MrG B Turleyilbst day and hare taken rooms at- - Mr T S j an Md who for Tenn about 500 panels of fence besides his Ellli Irive it Ala away Per- - grasV Messrs John D Uarrsraild S B Chen- Â¬ G W Evans and Mr Dr uulJ say Alaska to uo lo H Stone are also losers but we have ault lcf a week agoi for an extensive west- Â¬ wjiat extehj case of the worst she beeu jiiableti Jearn ern trip BV fur lhf R11I flin Air AV R McDoweif lost about one AtIt Tajlof is at home again A VFfP Pi tnrfif jnaMiXnninfiltt huhdredaud twenty r5artels cjffencL j uuonG4 juuuii Iforla m t ure to be well The fire was no fault of the rrailrond He reports a delightfattrip to WaVhTng- two and Ney Va be III The management lias already offered lonaiiid otHer eastern cities to make good the logs Mr R Harris CrooVe who went to Good o hdi aMisara1 us aHTa 3 CUK38f Kansas more than a jrear agbisjeipected I I 1 I I c - sta day On rfl tolMlllli - I v J MMtU ib i hii t siO Mr J S Collins left yesterday for homesj tcbi I 9 mtX-fl I jSh 1 J lttln I Jill i uml i lU Bl JtiLiiumllzjaln iM V W I 1 Cincinnati to attend the lectures of I I A TVTrV TPTTPT Tk I Elder H T Wilson formerlynpastocpf raDA 3Q I L I ill I lUVCaKJkJtV7i 1 1 i 1 Prof F A Sullivan In the Bchool of the Christian Church is expected in this t ns lo hoolri i d rAi ia ilii r 1 ri u f tflstop vrnl Tjlrirof I A tinut WHHNIUU UVw in ina lo mI mrvinlotn clnnlr fit Embalming Professor Sullivan is the city either this week or nevt ft I f t7wtc r rrn tirit S2r J if ril uwtib must celebrated man in Ids hue of bus Â¬ Mr Gedrge M Willging has returnedl iness in this country He embalmed mi n i J i3iwipJr in oil rn is ui Kansas the bocy of President Grant and other irom a iep oars trip 10 at 71 0T3f trq n t ni feri 1 pffa StV3ngfpnt 77 ami J distinguished men who have died In City and other places jn the Vert ti Ik Mil -c 1u Ti Min r ftT7i if amaiiiTaatrise iiecuaiyr lc r the past few years He is to begin a rrndT Mr D M Bright is in the casteirn citfes J ill btriw course of lectures in Cincinnati to day hunting tip boots and shoes and gents fri Mr Collins has already a diploma from furnishing good ready for hit fall trade 3 It Professor Clarke but wants to know Mrs Sac Harris of Bates county Mo all that is to be known iu his depart- Â¬ and Mr George Jones children of Joseph ment aud therefore has taken advan Â¬ Jones came home last week to attend their tage of professor Sullivans presence in i 1 woea 3cjod t fathers burial1 Cincinnati His ambition Iscommeud Mr J C Stone qj Leavenworth Kanr able sas is visiting his brother Capt- - S1L M itioflMOto PXI T 7 i j City Council Proceedings Stone He is accompanied byihs wife I fl II f liT T G Stuart Co were granted a and two children iSells fMs pr exchanges alt rkJnUs of franchise for ten years for the building Real Estate on ireasoniihle terms and siTiYlfriSsli ofstreet railways They are to begin Life lii Mrs Thomas Phelps and her charrning represeutrfirir-cluSajMt-ean-li HI rl n iiJ li work within oue year Winchester daughter Katie ofRichmond Ky werp shrnriVA1fSriinnHlii Democrat Office tm J aliyteTVcioftiinftStre the guests of Wm Staffer last week sr a ie22tfli We congratulate our friend Stuart on Sentinel Democrat u i mm j if u Cf i securing the franchise iThe enterprise Miss Bessie Burton of Jessamine ebun- ought to pay and will pay The depot Hfullyjialf a mile from the villageand ljt nui rcjuaiii uu tier aisicr urs nciiry l iio ct rl iTrrv rhrlliv iviiruiMJ3--u- ir4 i the free bus business has bustedi It Pickels and attend the school on Uip hilr I 111 Lino mfiin x9 i li r will be a great convenience to the Fam the coming session r wot Dra trcat On accbuntof his wiles healthy DrWf MaoJTOr Wltherspoonuud Mr Simp dki mini rrra iw leil sou wheu they Wish to visit each other Bk Pigg has1 left Florida where he has VllhJh1 iHi u Jjil l 7Vt lo soil i dn bad weather and dont wish to take been practicing medicine for a year He U1IUT It i - i f i iif to jVom to their carriages out We suggest that has located id Bereai to say e need money co jl Qft WliP a JJlIfJ ijjlejitello t f r iqa the street railway be extended out to w suaiAioej- - stwi- - to utQun cwui a once anu pay us ineir Mr H L- - Johnson of Birmingham -UOlJMMIp Tr- - aim X CKIl Ford It will be a great blessing to the Ala and wife nee Miss Quigley ofiLou t - J TC i i t i I ir ii i i r io iXuuvtUMt business men of merchants aud other Kditsaa Itemerrfber-lootatiofp-c-pt doob td pogt ollice and come to visited their sister Mrs C P f m id that thriving city wheu desiring a lit isille sea usearlr olWlfdIiaH Bbsrlflil to1wfeictfiner vou Williamson last week fU ir tle rest and recreation from city life liniltfe iri lllfe ci p ii tci i b uillidobrTs defibrda di Senator Blackburn and daughter Miss they wish to take excursions and iz tJ rem are in Waohington the latter to breathe the air of their country homes Theresa j jpt Riverside Winchester and other make preparations for her marriage to t V si i irt i Mr Pearce of Cincinnati depots along tueir line First Styeet RichmondKy lp Wjth the Times 1 1 r5USK 1 frgyy I 1t 2j iJWhI ryrTz t I 1 np- - - ir lvuhitlini 1 V Jj 1 i Tt itli e gftisuiess l KEALi SS iinjil x - ifeireIQiiiifdlm our former custpm atiApilblic tht ye have rented tlie htrnse ddiolipilff the post office recently J SPiiBftjaMWKJiM edipiedjrbyvMiH Stocktdil and will in afe daysopen up a new and complete Kf BKofroceries We shall keep the ill nil its rlAtnils ns SfflnfeTiill weditrOnfii 0Id stand which now lies in -i-n T3ffip t -- 5 IN mmMM I i I t RICHMOND i if I W K I M p I I I Hi h I if D ESI W In Tr a THE PALACE W nnrvniQ S U 7 S H 4 a a A fcis ffiffliiui I J-r- GLOT Mtl eaa 1 aircpVM Irm randies ii - 1 wms 3niii - t iii ItSl ejif emJ4lf68MhMi future trade I nnnnminn nivinnf cnuuttiagcuicuu in f tteptJWe0f ourniisfQltuiid and loss and uae il Ai IM ZZA1T SHOE iH 1 OF-- 1 9 J uwQair Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House - i 1 PlifflTvafV FiK il un fiS of Hot Springs Arkansas a brother of the late Jackson Million left last Saturday for home after a visit here Df several weeks Mr A J Million iirieSfrtb 11 AUT TEE CHIGKElf1 w ft OS f fw -- 1 lia pt S 11 Sidney J JOhrtson of Little Rock Ark class of iSS 6 Central University is visiting frjends in this city Sid seems to have a fondness for this place and ve are always glad to ha e him with us D H W Bright was delighted with his trip to Washington D C He attended the reception aud talked with President Cleveland and his wife He was much He smiled pleased with Mrs Cle eland and she smiled and they both smiled 01 wf augmjoij It VillUO I rt hTREET tint i it J v i riii r Ui il 1 M hM f oi r- lifii r t Tinili i l irjt n t - EIGHOD s Ib KY a 1 o Cholera Cure I tip ffe o H Esa n ra BBS Ea k3 t ffimffiT II fl n m JriJW Sp wbb i M li aaaiisaBBK3Ea M r i tgta and con- Â¬ Will be pleased vince 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 cash only argest Store Largest Stock AND Lowest Prices to have you call u 1 Mr S B White is in the cities buying fall stock of dry goods Steve is a hustler says he expects to buy a big stock but wont buy a dollars wOrth un less he can buy them so as to be able to sell them at a DEY jT llPjftvi r w oC GOODS ni7T nirlr- - i IIS laaniJ nBSS eather-no-stock-water prices five-year-o- ld Mr James B Francis of Birmingham Ala visited his uncle L E Francis last week Mr Francis has many friends in this county who will rejoice to hear of his prosperity He is one of the leading men of Birmingham is in the wholesale hardware business and is interested in a large number of the moneyed enterprises of that city Mr Francis was a confederate solr dier was in the trenehes at Vicksburg during the memorable siege of that city and was wounded rendering amputation of his foot necessary He was within a few yards of General Price when he was Â¬ killed chicken die eyery year frorojChel era Ttis more fatal to chickens than all Other diseases combined ut the discovery of a remedy tiiatofosffjzvly curd it ok been made and to be con vinced dfjits efficacy only requires friall Aso fcents bottle is enough fori one huridjred chickensj It isiguar-- ti anteed If after using twr thirds of a bottle tjie buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure forChicHen Cholera return it to theundersiened and jour money will lieiefurided VmmB stoukton nug 24lyi I Thousands dollars worth of li JFJ lill f iII t I I I i I J i ii SlffiSJflrftBEDUCTIONSI i I Clothing p3wniinno fflpPfeffljpilllfe I am Sole Agent for the Shoe uj I l i 1 I j J i - I SOOUliMidl5UTiTHE Iih -- OLXX rJrJl MATRIMONIAL- i IU nt trirf ifcH ull vlstmrtodFP the value JiJ I iit PRICES r Ai i a brother of Our Mary The report is confirmed that onq of Lawrence Barretts daughters is going to marry Joe Anderson formerly of this city Post Pianos swd Organs iDi6sinfikiWOldMtbiMakc Eoom for ir Irani i -- J U Steinway RELIGIOUS Rev George O Barnes is praising the Lord at Lexington this week Elder W M Green of Adelaidp Aus- Â¬ tralia filled Professor McClintocks pulpit at the Christian Church last Sunday i morning andevening Sons Wnrlptnn Rrnc Christie r I n til - ut - It -- ii t fi II Uiil- - ll H n tl Ifill ff - r ll fni 10 Irlttitrt l7 tebSewwat 11 xl cr j -- I 1 mIIJII 1 Jnlj22tf u l - Oj mmfflSmm goods llullMItk 1 and other Pianos CIiiQiigo New England I i il dEteILGPJB I l i il i i i 1 Gottagc Organs i -- i Barren-Fork-Go- al PIANOS Aljll 6nCAXSrFQU The protracted meeting at the White jtvpYappiiea as pan payment- - i Oak Pond Church conducted by Elders Write toR Prices Xxto Terms L H Reynolds and C P Williamson LtiKEXJ MlLA closed last week There were a number 8 and 10 WMain St jiLxington Ky of additions i i il June 22 tf lit iMlOTtl toy jjKYteqoBS CLOTHING r t j it il i nfi EVERYTikiNia TikAT PERTAINS TOSUM- MEr GOODS IN THE WAY OF -- DIED At the residence of his parents on Sep tember 5th George Petry infant son of Mr and Mrs S S Kirk Intermeirt in Grote Hill Cemetery September 7th Shelby Sentinel At mond his home five miles north of Rich iii KEII0eiTllilO BtXm tiRASSBOUTB Shortest and QyictesflZpifleT I 73 u - - ii - t rr t lf 1t I stay-at-ho- lIIJUU 1 HATS CAPSI 1 J I i H on Friday September 9th 1887 Joseph Jones sr of inflamation of the stomach He was buried in the Rich- Â¬ mond Cemetery Sunday morning On Tuesday September 6th 1887 John T Sutherland at the home of his father-in-la- w H Clay Hutchcraft in Bourbon county of tj phoid fever Very manyof our business men knew Mr Sutherland well He traveled through this section of the State for the Turner Looker Com- Â¬ pany of Cincinnati of which firm he was amember and his bright and cheerful disposition rendered him a favorite wherever known He was about 28 years of age was twice married his first wife being a sister of Mrt Charles B McCord His second wife Miss Hutchcraft whom he married about two years ago survives1 him He left one child Â¬ FROM I 4 til Iiii a g bt ii t 1 ni fee 4 I CARPETS t J CENTRAL KENTUCKY r North Bast West tnd Soifthwst TO ALL HOINTS j i 11 m II- I II I 11 11 u JI P 01 i - Itll m -- AFTER it I Mi iJ8iSJ t it t i f fJt T7rtTr5r LJBJK lll til r tn sr a RvTEit LSLX3 JEj it BETWEEX J JT mrr n TntlttlxTiln mrT-T fliUrrUlilJUlNJJa lUiVl LltCiSliiSiO AlC5Lt TTMw Lexiugt ii audCiiicilmflfil i tOKLlr nm 1 OCE N1 A EiFE TIME nc July 1 87 I WILL-- Schedule 1 in Effect Feb SiSffiT 1887 t vi SOUTH BOUND Uxi Sou X06 Dally NojI Dally Noil2j Ei dun 2 r Tlie jb t vm fliina tthat they IT will not ilLOllg -- 2J iiVc Lve Covlngtcmi- - 830 aft Ive Kalmoutii IU 03 OSl Lve Cyhthlaiia UrtH 1110 Arr rnrisKl Arr iriiiKoii lA3Bpjn 11J0 T n 1UI13 1hu iJIC WlnclieseH lloOnni lU55 p m 1235 jym IKS Arr nrr jmuuiiiliiiju ound A Watch Arr lAucrisle fiaw i On Sunday August 28th in the street Arr Kowluiulu 200 ptn Hlclunond Me nerea opposite C Huuley3 Livery Stable a Arr C-silver watch It was found by George Arr Kittson Till 515 CIQ tifi 715 arju of them come early I Continue to Sell at fy sir nlust wautsome hari the rOom The price will tell at pin uOpnr SS5 -- Jllti No IL r 1 -- A ii 11 - The owner can get It at the Climax office by describing it and pay Â¬ JORTH ing for this notice septll lt Crutcher Barkis Is Willing Texas Sittings BOUND l No aoonlni Kol JScjCcmi jindee fiJBr WilleHfna fetvdas Jheih t aliiifl of NEW FALL JACKETS RBDUOTIOlsr MY EUTIEE STOCK OF i 11 105 fJ lve Arr ItlchinontI 7XI am 5Hinm C3 The Squire Pat hows your pig liVcKowiunu Ive Lancaster - bill Arr Richmond- 110 coming 011 Hiciminti UX Pat Hes so hungry eor lhat I Art- wnieliftiter luJOpm 77 nm 13 Arr yansw have named him Barkis Lve siinjiX i2lpm Thats a strange name for a pig ivc iari8- - j 31 lit v S0 Not at all sor hes always swill- Â¬ live UynUiiaimiI iv 1001 aiinoutii Lc CovWRtpil -- l TrIS ing Am Lve IlvrngsiQm jireai Ie - m trjt IJS t s f 3 w TttE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR TBiS CELEBEAtED S W -- OLOTHIN0 FOR GASH UNTIL IT IS4- - MAYSyiULtg BRARJCH NORTH- - BpUND LV NiSU - Ry befnjrveryiliynl8at Daily butt Ex bml XioUC Covington LcjcI ntrtob - W TROYALKEKlt Jh S r ArrMlirenDurg lnrli i rJiVn OUtJ S A2 On 518 pii- 5SJ 1 larnwat JoluiKon 9JX k jr J H r HOUTHn6UNp leL j iFimM wagonsand closing up theirbusiness Tlie are cshbsS nxa m YV 1 jln M 3irrw tar tmtmmmJmjamamif Im r Sbsv TTBI frr I 111 POWDER Absolutely Pure 32 Kxtinu KrSun ki 5Dallyt No 5S 1 NwW Dally Lve j M -- r illa-Johnsorii Arr Ko Carilslc4 MlUnroltitrr ParN-ii- uJAl BftSfi iia virt 3 f2rj3 nasrM BSwitJih IZSUpriii pae on nana over uuu ot tnem fePfflf m ID filBOH 1ILL Manufacture all styles and sizes Lt which tliey offer at- dbouli W k - ltvlngldn 45 Lexington -l otn r p S15H SlU CLOSED OUT IS THE TIME TO FINB OUT BLOW CHEAP YOU CAN BUY CXOTHING FOR THE MONEY e Q feoy- J- - lveLexinrttjji ftuU rrlarK 1 fiftrjec 4 jt 1 Winchester Lexloslon ahaoinchiuutlvotlier tralirsareftntly except SnnduV Dlrecl conwctloli Ishuwir at WfniHeStet With Cliesiipeiilnuinl OhUfor UU Kferllng AKlilnmt llirtitlncton Charleston W- - Va il Eastern Uitles FAST LINE-J-N- q 3 and i xan ila WJrt- ciieNerisiiittirtiijt wan tuumau oieepinj- Cr ietwefntJlticAitratl and ltlclnriintlVi Th unu vineuesiernnu wnKijnBlon i v Throtish TIcUetH anil Bmcnee Cliccketl to any destination renclicd tijit rnllnmd For full pnrilrulaxu tlilrcs oncfill on jany TJiln powder never varies A marvel of ngentof the Coinpuiiyor parity strength and Wbolesoraeness More SF aMORSK Wl FfiELY ecOiomlcHt than the ordinary kinds and Uu IuRsr Ant TravlarAEt V UnVlngtnn ICy cannot be ld In competition wlUi tliemul- LesitietoiKy linUAllfi-AKl-- lir pucn- - JLE HUXTINGIUNV ueejvv iticnmonv AJT NOTE Traln nre lUll jr Ccl ween lWn 1mMi Best MatdriaU fc SPOBYLOW PE3OES or Dab Tear elSasiestjrrermsf t GalronMr Pppe and examine the you want a Bargain wagons so JkJon-t-birYbelore r-- iisiu and QlYB Me A Call if C w V f - V jlifi22 Jnue tf Oedrral Olllcc Covington Ky June 23 U WEEmsmASQB doma if I CO June tf J June 2a tf O LTTER Print S ho Wsthx ouglx Sfct--- 1 bj v Professional Cards rS tJFFICE above titcoud Main street two doors june22 tf KNIGHTS OF HONOR A ARSENIC EATING Halilt Whose Victims Belong Almost Exclusively to tbs Female Sex The Board of Health has received several letters from people who com- Â¬ plain about the salo of arsenic wafers to unwary young women who want to beautify their complexions One moth Â¬ er In Harlem wrote that her daughter bad been using tho wafers without her knowledge and she feared that if tho wafers contained as much arsenic as their makers claimed they must bo strongly impregnated with poison Sho also raised tho point that if the wafers contained no poison the manufacturer Dr Cyrus Edson was an impostor analyzed the articles and found but slight traces of the poison in them The principal danger from the wafers it is said is that those who use them think that it is not dangerous to cat arsenic and are thus tempted to try a cheap solution of tho poison Death is likely to result from tho slightest overdose Dr William A Hammond talked frcoly the other day about arsenic He regarded arsenic eaters in the same light as cocaine caters that is he had yet to see one It is not a habit in this country said Dr Ha m niond though arsenic is often pre Â¬ scribed We often have to use largo quantities of bromides for curing epilepsy or otner troubles of tho nerv- Â¬ ous system and ono effect is to pro- Â¬ duce pimples especially on the face Arsenic is used conjointly with tho bromides to prevent these pimples and also to euro them But I would no more think of allowing women to use arsenic at their own sweet will than cocaine or any other active agent Arsenic is useful in depraved states of tho system such as are pro- Â¬ duced from malaria and physicians constantly prescribe it in these cases I have never known or heard of a caso to in which taken it was produce exhilarating effects such as opium causes any more than I have hoard of cocaine used for such purposes Arsenic is poison- Â¬ ous in small doses and consequently differs from cocaine In medicind it is generally used as arsenious acid Two and a half grains killed a healthy ro Â¬ bust girl of nineteen years in thirty six hours Unilor circumstances favor Â¬ able to the poison from two to threo grains will kill an adnlt The doses used in medicine vary from ono fiftieth to one twentioth of a grain Thoso arsonic wafors contain much lpss than that and consequently have no effect They therefore arc a fraud and tho man who makes them ought to be ar-Â¬ rested The Styrian peasants use ar Â¬ senic the men to improve their wind so they can climb mountains more easi Â¬ ly and the women to improve their They have been known complexions to take six grains in ono day They begin by taking extremely small doses Arsenic has no effect on a horse In one instance a horse took 550 grains without any rosult Another doctor said it was impos Â¬ sible to estimate tho number or arsenic eaters in this city because they are a class that do not often como under n Yet said physicians observation he the number is large though ou can not say that it is growing Tha population of this city is increasing whereas they arc simply maintaining tlioir proportion That is about tht case with tho arsenic eaters they are keeping up thoir proportion of the other idiots Some actors a low clas of women and even some members 0 the best society cat arsenic or use it in some form to improve thoir complex ions It gives them a certain pallor that they consider desirable They begin by taking small dosos and grad Â¬ ually work up to largo amount and then whfn they think it is time to leave off they gradually lessen the dose or rather they try to for the habit once formed is extremely diffi- Â¬ Those who take ar-Â¬ cult to abandon sonic say that it has a pleasant effect though not like opium morphine or hashish and the systems demands for it are not so imperative as in the case of either of these drugs I have seen arsenic eaters shut up in prison who did not complain as bitterly as the morphine or opium usors would have done under tho circumstances The roporter visited a number of East Side drug stores and talked with the proprietors about their experience with arsenic eaters One druggist in a ten by fifteen shop said that his ar-Â¬ senic customers were not confined to ono class of society they embraced people in all walks of life though al- Â¬ most all were women Wedont want to sell it said he and wont sell it without a prescription but they will have it Just now there is a demand for thoso wafers and we have to put them on tho counter There is not enough arsenic in them to hurt anyÂ¬ body but people ask for them and if Oh you dont have them they say well we can get them at another store We have perhaps twenty cus- Â¬ tomers hero every week who aro Thoy begin habitual arsenic caters using it to improve their complexions but once acquired the habit is hard to --Â¬ SUFFERING PIONEERS ORIGIN OF FEVERS Daaceroiu Disease flclent Controllable Lodge No 515 K of II meets cverly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Amitr Hall at oclock W B BENNY James Tevis Reporter 7 CHURCH Dictator DIRECTORY J JG3 C MORGAN D D S BAPTIST Cane Spring Calvinist ist Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor T L Lawson Kirksville Brick Church Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor Rev Richmond OFFIOE Main street over Madl son National Bank Richmond Ky June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ son County Drug Store jtine22lf G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ june22tf son County Drugstore ist and 3rd Saturdays and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night TAYLOR Pastor Rev Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd RICHMOND KY Saturday and Sunday and 4U1 Sunday Keeoml street over Madi Â¬ Pastor Rev E II Burnam OFFICE june22tf son County Drug Store Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev B S Hunting DR JOHN M Union ist Saturday and following Sun day Pastor Rev John G Pond MAIN STREET Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Next Door to Iiuxons Up Stairs Pastor Rev J A James june2tf Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev ROBERTS DR Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Offers his professional services to the vices 3rd Saturday and tolkming Sunday public in each month at 11 oclock A M and Office same as Bennetts law office also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor up stairs over Herndons drug store Elder M Campbell owner of Main and Second streets jaly27 ly CATHOLIC ItfehnioinJ Ky Sun- Â¬ Richmond Sen DR U- - C AMBROSE days 10 A M ices ist and 3rdFather Pastor Rev Haley FORD KY DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Ofllee Ikhits 2 to 4 oclock in the afFlat Woods 3rd Sunday- - and preceding Boards at Mr J C Liokeys ternoon Saturday Pastor EIderJ C Walden juiieSStf 5th Sunday PastorEId J W Harding Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ Y T SEXSMITH M D day Pastor Elder Colier PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph ltillew WHITE HALL KY Jit Pleasant 2nd and 4tfi Sundays and Offers his professional services to the preceding Saturday s Sabbath school aug7 lyr A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman 10 Mt Zion ist and 3rd Sundays and DR J FAIN Saturday preceding 3rd Sundav Pastor Elder L H Reynolds UNION CITY KY Richmond Services every Sunday at Oflvres hM professional serviees to 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- Â¬ Aug 17 tf day evenings Ofiiee at Joe Gentrys 715 Pastor Prof W D McClintock Hardin W Bright A M H D Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor PHYSICIAN and SURGEON White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor RICHMOND KY Elder L H Reynolds OFFICE Seeowl street over Madi EPISCOPAL son County Drug Stort Richmond Protestant Services every I want it diMinctlv understood that I Sunday at 11 A M and at S P JI m the only me in Ttieliiiioiid thut un during the summer months Friday at S dertaiMis the tiionHigii use or the P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard Miro enie and Chemistry as ap ilieri METHODIST to examinations of ti uw and fluid of the human body I only mention College Hill this for Itonest protection My signa Â¬ Sunday morning Centenary M E ist and ture will be attached to eacli examina- Â¬ ing and night Prajer4th Sunday mornmeeting every al23mclily tion ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Grider PARRISH College Hill M E South 2nd SunAttorneys At day morning and night Prayer meeting every alternate Wednesday night SunRICHMOND KY Pas- Â¬ day school every Sunday Special attention given to altslracling tor Eld D II Marrimon morning titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Office in Climax building S E Providence every Sunday Pastor Corner Main and second Streets up Rev II B Cockrell stairs June -- I tf Richmond South Services e erv Sun day at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRev BURNAM W E Arnold DRTt J FOSTER PHIL PYSICIAaT Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ TURNER lair Â¬ Â¬ Attorney at Lara Attorney at Lara RICHMOND E T PRESBYTERIAN Bethel RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F June 22 tl Bam on First Street J A SULLIVAN Sundays Fora ans Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksville ist and 3rd Sundays Pastor RevWm Crow Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ day 11 A M and y4 P M Prayer meeting every Wednesday night Pastor Rev H Glass Meeting House 2nd and 5th Richmond North Services 11 A M KENTUCKY OFFICE oil Firt street same as and 3 P M Pastor Silver Creek Chapel ist and 3rd Sunformerly occupied by County Judge days oct6 ly Miller Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays A Â¬ Attorney at JOE S BRONSTON 1030 M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Pastor Rev L H Ulanton D D JIADISOX COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT Xaaw RICHMOND KY Office on Second street next door to June 22 tf Garnett House Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 tf T J SCOTT Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons ton Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller COMMON court ILEAS COURT C S Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner S E Scott Clerk W H Miller TIME OF HOLDING COMMON ILEAS COURT First Monday in January 1st Monday in June and 3rd Monday in October The Western Reserve of Ohio received in its settlers tho best blood of Now England Those men journeyed thither In springlcss wagons or in sleds fol-Â¬ lowing through the woods trails which were so narrow that a passage for their teams had to be cnt Months were oc- Â¬ cupied in the fatiguing uncomfortable journey during which tho emigrants encountered sickness hunger wild When beasts and wilder Indians tho land of promise was reached a log hut with greased paper for win-Â¬ dows a door of split boards and a rude floor was run up The inmates of one log cabin hung up a quilt and that with a big bull dog constituted Wooden dishes and bowls the door were used for years after the arrival of When yellow clay dishes tho settlers and bowls were made tho hardy house Â¬ wives looked upon them as luxuries The pioneer mothers were gifted They made mince with a faculty pies of pumpkins instead of apple and with vinegar in place of wine and cider and they used bears meat in- Â¬ stead of beet Theso pies were sweet Â¬ ened with wild honey and seasoned poper Salt was with pulverized brought from Onondaga N Y on ox teams or pack horses and cost twenty dollars a barrel Later on a salt spring was discovered to which people from all parts of the Resorva repaired in tho spring with a kettle to manufacture their own salt Corn bread baked on a cloan board before a roaring fire was tho staplo article of diet It was served smoking hot and with it a bowl of milk and a wooden spoon The corn was ground in the hollow of an oak stump tho grinding was accomplished by pounding with a stone pestle hung to a spring pole Afterward hand mills came into use which required two hours of steady turning to grind meal enough to sup Â¬ ply a days food to ono person The annals of one of the families of the reserve record that for three months a younger son looked after the supply of corn mcaL Ho had chilb and fever and tho nearest hand mill was at a neighbors five miles distant He harmonized his work and his shakes In tho morning as soon as the first shako was over he walked to tho neighbors carrying a Ho would grind his peck of corn grist wait until the second shake had passed and then walk home Another family whose head was away seeking food lived for threo days on On tho fourth boiled beech leaves day the smallest son twelve years old rushed into the cabin crying Give mo the gun I can shoot a Tho mother took down the deer gun from the rack gave it to tho boy and bade the children hush and listen The report and the shout told of the boys succes he had killed a find doer The father of another family went twenty miles to buy provisions His wife and three children were so desti Â¬ tute during his absence that she emp- Â¬ tied tho straw of her bed on the cabin floor and picked it over to obtain what She gathered a wheat she could handful which she boiled and gave to A wild turkey ap-Â¬ her children proached the cabin sho heard it call and took down her husbands rifle which she hod been taught to handle There was but ono charge of powder in the house and that was in tho gun She realized tho situation but controling her nerves crept near the bird and fired The turkey fell dead and she had food for her littlo ones Bears and wolves were numerous and every cabin had its wolf or bear story There was scarcely a pioneer but could brag of having been chased up a tree by a black bear Tho women could tell of their rndo strategy to keop tho many wolves from the door Ono woman burned gunpowder in a spoon held through a crevice in her log cabin to frighten away tho wolves Another kept tho spinning wheel going all night so that her little ones would not be scared by the howlings of the hungry wolves Women hod to be brave Ono woman heard in tho evening tho howl Â¬ ing of wolvc3 She had a few sheep and having put the children to bed site lighted a torch and sailed forth She found the sheep huddled together in the pasture and saw the dark forms of tho skulking wolves Tho sheep fol- Â¬ lowed her home where she built a largo fire and thus kept the beasts of prey at bay Youths Companion A VALUABLE MINERAL Soma of the Hardships Endured hj the First Settlers la the Western Reserve June 22 tf Quarterly Court fourth Monday in counties and in the Court of ApjeaN January April July and the 2nd Monday Office in Master Commissioners in October office over Circuit Clerks office County Court of Claims 2nd Monday jane 22 tf in July County Court first Monday in each month LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT LODGE DIRECTORY Attorney atand adjoining Law Will practice in Madison A J REED Or HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ ber TIME TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY COUNTY COURT AND First Saturday in every month COUNTY OFFICERS MASONIC Richmond Lodge No 35 meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Kewlox Secretary Richmond R A Chapter No 16 meets 3rd Tuesday in each month V F FRANCIS H P D P Armer Secretary RICHMOND COMMAKBERY NO 10 County Judge J C Chenault County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Dcatherage Jailor George V Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Million CITY OFFICERS Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armer Recorder Madiso Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksrille 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 fuH moon in every month JAMES M BOEN W M J C Witt Secretary City Judge HCRice City Attorney A J Reed City Collector R A Barlow City Clerk R G Dunn J CITY TOL1CE D Fecney and A Mershon J - CITY COUNCIL J D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKee Fourth Ward- - J VCnperton JUSTICES OF THE rEACECONSTABLESAND TLACES ANfJ TIMES OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST ASD NOVEMBER Richmond District No 1 D P Armer Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco jpeets at Court Jlouse 3rd Wednesday Wm Saturday in every month 4th Willis at Court House 1st Saturday D G MARTIN W M Lyman Parrish Constable W T Fielder Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million John D HanMrton Lodge No 57S at at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Urion City meets and Saturday in every Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th Saturday J S Chenault Constable month JOHN HILL W M Tjnion DistricJ No 3 Albertis Parks Jons G Taylor Secretary at Union City is Saturday John A Darnel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R town meets 3rd Saturday in every month N Lanter Constable SANTFORDOLDHAM WM Ellistqn District 2o fWm Benton Jacob H Shearer Secretary at Waco and Saturday John W J Moorcs at Wacprd Saturday CharlesJ BereaLodgeNo6i7at Berci meet1 Oldham CorisTabtel t Saturday Wji M ADAMS W M Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at J C Davis secretary Kingston 4th Saturday Lecland D Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday I 0 0 F George Young Constable Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F District No 6 M meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows at Glade 3rd Saturday James G WoodÂ¬ Berea Gal John Hallon Main Street loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday M B ATBUQKLE 2 G Constable L J Frazee Secretary Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton KfrkjjillefrAnH Saturday Alexander Boone Encampment N040 meets every at at Kirksville TJci Saturday Ray J M first and third Thursday at Odd Fellqws Fowler Constable Hall on Main Street RichmonO Xv 4 Poaf ey District No 8 J Jt Hendren W-- J- FARLBY CK- at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A Scribe L J Frazee Chandler at Reaeanjg Store 3rd Friday Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No S D Carpenter Constable Million District No 9 J M Long at 3 meets second Thursday in each month and Textnra of Corun Â¬ dum and Emery The remarkablo mineral known as corundum and now being utilized as jne of the most valuable adjuncts in art and industry has the peculiar quality of being next to the diamond in hardness a property which is tho source of its greatest usefulness in cer- Â¬ tain applications In its pure state it is composed of tho oxide of aluminum and contains two atoms of oxygen in each molecule It is exceedingly tough and compact occurs in a great variety of colors blue red yellow to learly white and tho pure crystals break off Wo dont soil it without a subscrip- Â¬ are translucent and used as goms tion and tho dodges that some of theso Tho species is divided into three varie people play make mo weary There is ties sapphire corundum and emery one fashionable vomau who drives Sapphire includes the purer kinds of down horo onco in awhile for the stuff fine colors transparent or translucent and always has some new excuse to theso being used as gems and known offor for asking for it I have to ask by names indicating their color includ Â¬ her namcrand the use sho intends to ing such jewels as ruby sapphire Orien- Â¬ put the stuff to and thon record all in tal emerald Oriental topaz and Oriental amethyst these gems are found chiefly W Y Tribune my poison book in the beds of rivers in Ceylon though Animal Worship in China some rubies aro brought from Syria The value of theso At a recent meeting of the Pekia known to the ancients stones was well who used them Oriental society in London Mr Oweu under various names now obsolete tho road a paper on animal worship among stone called sapphire by Pliny being the Chinese He referred to the wor now known to lapidarists as lapU ship paid to the fox weasel hedgehog luzulL The Oriental emerald Is per-Â¬ and shake to which at Tientsin is haps the rarest gem known a few added the rat The first four are callod specimens have been found among the the immortals Theso deified animals gold sands of tho Missouri river Tho seem to usurp tho entiro attention of name corundum is generally applied the people even to the exclusion of tho to the dull untransparcnt occurrences Buddhist and Taoist gods Dr Edkins of the mineral varying in color blue quoted from the Chinese to prove that grey or brown but never clear or animal worship wa3 unknown in capable of being cut it usually occurs ancient times while Dr Dudgeon in large rough crystals or in massive Emery is granular corun- Â¬ pointed out that it was a mistnko to cleavages dum is black or grayish black in color appose that animal worship was conÂ¬ and has so much the appearance of fined to tho four animals mentioned ffho graincd iron ore as for a longtime The horse cow dog insects dragon to be considered such lion etc are worshipped In the fifth variable some specimensthe texture is being com- Â¬ month tho centipede lizard scorpion posed of almost impalpable grains frog and snake tho five poisonous while others are made up of large animals as they aro called arc also rough fragments of crystals Science objects of worship Ni T PosL rbe Composition SaltTT Protection One of the most important discover Â¬ ies of sanitary science is that most of the diseases that are communicablo have an origin outside of the human system We aro to look for their causes in tho soil about us or in tho food we eat or the water we drink There is no division of this class of which this is more surely true than ot We have long the specific fevers known that remittant fever and chills and fover were dependent on influ Â¬ ences from without Typhus fever has been so distinctly traceable to sur-Â¬ roundings as to become known under the names of ship fever jail fever and tho uke That strange form known as relapsing fever has a similar his Â¬ tory Typhoid fever has so often been traced in the influence of surroundings that most only look upon the body as the host of the microtype The rati Â¬ ons forms of fever of a mixed type jnch as typho malarial cesspool and some forms of septic feyer have sim Â¬ ilar origin Even puerperal fever has more recently taken its place among the fevers of exterior origin It there- Â¬ fore becomes exceedingly important that we estimate and locate these vari Â¬ ous causes that we may interrupt their 8ad invasion and fatality As what is true of typhoid fever is illustrative of most of tho rest it may be studied as a specimen It has long been a question whether it arises indeÂ¬ pendently of an introduction of the germ into tho human body which thus must become tho intermediate host In order that tho specific character may be shown - It can not be denied that most of the cases aro traceablo to an antecedent case This would be expected of any communicable disease The number of such origins should not throw suspicion on the evidence as to those cases that can not be found to have such history The light that is being cast upon epidemiology by the life history of micro organism indicates that there are varying forms and that cultivation and various influences can very much change the character Thus although there is no spontaneous gen- Â¬ eration there arc such variations from the original type as to beget a perma- Â¬ nency of character and apparently give rise to a distinct and stable variety It is not diflicultin the botanical sphere to which theso minute organisms be- Â¬ long to find these changes types which have become so different and perma Â¬ nent in their character as to maintain an identity of their own It throws some light upon this when we remem- Â¬ ber that such diseases as diphtheria and typhoid fever now bare a distinctness of their own which could not have been overlooked by the practitioners of fifty years ago had it existed as plainly as now Also it is the most natural way of accounting for the origin of new dis Â¬ eases Our studies of typhoid fever plainly point to its origin from certain de-Â¬ graded conditions of filth as well as from the introduction of the inhuman secretions into the air or tho food and water supply While water is a fre- Â¬ quent conveyancer onr attention maj become too concentrated upon it For the moisture of air may convey it as well as water in a more perceptible form Also food which has been in the room of the patient or in the vicin Â¬ ity of the evacuations may become an When Â¬ absorbent and conveyancer ever a case of typhoid fever occurs we are at onco to recognize that all secre- Â¬ tions are to be neutralized so that there shall not emanate any thing therefrom that can affect the air the water or the food1 Next to this wo must know that many believe that polluted soil can un- Â¬ dergo such degraded and vicious de- Â¬ compositions as that it may originate or propagate such changed forms of disease as this As to cholera this is the distinct view of Pettcnkofcr and as to typhoid fever he considers the ground a very prominent factor All this means that we must deal with sur-Â¬ roundings as well as with secretions as having intimate relations to such diseases We often have fevers that can scared be classified as of a spe- Â¬ cific type which have very suspicious relation to their surroundings Tho tendency of all those ground pollutions which nature can not dispose of is tc generate fever in the persons at first exposed to them The safety of tht human system is in the gecurcment ol clean ground pure air pure food and pure water Theso are far more under control in fact than they are in prac- Â¬ tice While accidents and poisons and an unfortunate heredity end many lives the great havoc of life comes from the avoidable causes of diseases that relate to our surroundings Let us more fully realize how much our lives and protection from diseases is within onr own control and so lend our con- Â¬ stant influence in favor of the laws of personal and public health 2T Y Independent RECKLESS BETTING An Evil Which Frequently Mars the En Â¬ gagement of Amateur Races But can betting on tho university races be stopped That is not to bo expected but it can be enormously diminished and that by no one else than by the crews themselves If they will dispense with all disguises and subterfuges and let themselves be known for just what they are neither more nor less thon betting will lose Nor will nine tenths of its impetus the pleasurable elements of legitimate uncertainty as to tho result ever be ab Â¬ sent for however apparent it may seem that one of the crews is superior to the other there are a dozen possibilities that this anticipation may be defeated when the race actually comes to bo rowed One man may overtrain an- Â¬ tf TEA STORE SECRETS Queer Discoveries to Which a Man and Bat Iotnted the Way Tho latest thing in mechanical toys can bo seen in ono or two stores on Placed in tho show win Â¬ Broadway dows the toy attracts great crowds It is of German origin and it first made its appearance here beforo the holi- Â¬ days It represents an old man in dressing gown and night cap ondeav oring to annihilate a rat with some- Â¬ thing that looks like a tennis bat What tickles tho risibilities of the ad Â¬ miring crowd outside the window i3 tho expression of abject disappointÂ¬ ment on tho old mans faco as he strikes whore the rat ought to be Tho toy when wound up will attract a crowd and keop pickpockets busy for about two hours Curiosity impeled the writer to seek some information about the origin and price of this man and rat combination Being He did not intend to purchase a married man ho gets rats at homo at first cost A young man further description of him is unnecessary he was a Broadway clerk smiled and pulled out a pad as though he was about to take an order When in- Â¬ formed that curiosity was tho object ol bis visit his suavity did not desert him he was still a Broadway clerk Tha courteous clerk explained thai his chief imported half a dozen of the toys last year They cost about 5 each and were sold at from 8 to 10 Onr firm having a toy Ho continued factory resolved to find workmen in this country capable of making the They sucsame kind of mechanism ceeded and now the toys are made at a cost of about 36 a dozen Do you sell many Yes as fast as we can manufactÂ¬ ure A few days ago wo had an order for fifty from a Western retail toa store What would a tea storo want with such things Thoy give them away to purchasers of tea and coffee Those tea men nowadays give away many things in our Una Wo sell them dolls toilet sets boxes of paints and many other knick knacks Just go up to Grand street and see what they have in their windows to give away to customers Thanking the urbane Broadway clerk the reporter wended his way to Grand street to find out how toa stores can afford to bo so liberal In duo timo he stepped into a store tho lead Â¬ ing tint of which was vermillion There was nothing to distinguish the interior from a crockery store except the vermillion and a strong odor ol roasted coffee The reporter approached a man who presided over the cash desk and wore a polo cap and a sweet smile and who proved to be the manager of tho concern and asked how tea stores could be so lavish with crockery and such things to their Â¬ A CLIMB FOR- - LIFE Terrible Experience ot a Cornlshman In Kerada Mining Shart TI13 othor cvovng a party of min Â¬ ers wore sitting around the stove in pipes DOUGLAS patrons Some years ago said the wearor of tho polo cap a house in this city began giving away cheap chromos That was the beginning of tho evil Their trade increased for in thoso days The intro- Â¬ people were chromo crazy duction of glassware and crockery had brain sit origin in the inventive who is now vory of a man wealthy and is in basilicas on Second avenue I wish he was in Jericho Each Then began sharp competition tea man vied with tho others in in- Â¬ venting some new fake to catch the foolish housekeeper Tho customers when posted in this gift enterprise business became very exacting I shouldnt be surprised some day to hear a lady asking for a ton of coal or a piano after purchasing five pounds of tea With every purchase of tea and coffee we give tickets in this way With one pound ot fifty cent tea or with two pounds of thirty -- cent coffee we give one wholo ticket This is the basis Some articles that we givo away such as lamps and clocks require as many One ticket as twenty five full tickets on an average is eqnal to from six to eight cents off tho profits Your profits must be pretty large to permit of such liberality suggest Â¬ ed the reporter Well now I dont mind telling you since yon seem anxious Our teas at 50 cents a pound cost us about 21 cents and our coffeo at SO cents when we sell it ground stands us about 13 cents a pound so you 6ec even thongh wo arc liberal wo will make a thoir boarding hoiKS smoking thoir and relating incidents from their pxperienros while working in tho rainos O10 of thorn a hardy sinewy looking Cornishmnn of about fifty years of agi related the follow- Â¬ ing story of a narrow escape from dcatlu He said in substance Some years ago I was working tor a prospecting company operating in the Li The Western part of Nevada County company had bonded a quartz claim on a working bond and were at Â¬ tempting to devolop it as cheaply as AND Ayear or two previous the possible owner had sunk a shaft on tho edge to the dopth of threo hundred foot but being short of of monoy had sus Â¬ I prepared to do all kinds of pended work and allowed the shaft to fill up with wator Tho new com BUILDING AND CONTRA T nnnv stnrted to run a tunnel which the shaft should strike the bottom of WORK and serve as a drain tunneL After a ncx t tu portion of the work had been com- Â¬ pleted the rock became very hard and tho expense so great that tho manager HWMWVW to la prepared to supply Ills customers of tho enterprise concluded with the best suggested to him abandon it I and m the best manner He - i that it wonld have been better if he thoroughly educated Carpenter had in the start bnilod out the shaft to j ami builder and those contemplar seo whether the property was suf ficiently valuable to justify further de-Â¬ ins gilding- - win do well to velopments I told him that even then from him aii it would not cost much to do it and he Office at his residence on Hulhe would be better satisfied if it should be done AT THE LO WEST PRICES Irvine Street There was a small donkey engine at July22 tf june22lf tho mouth of tho shaft and instead of using a pump the water had been raised to tho surface by a bailing tub It was finally concluded to gel Th up steam and hoist the water ledge stood almost perpondicular and A GOOD STOCK OF tho shaft was very narrow There was just room enough for the tub to pass GENERAL MERCHANDISE up and down but not room enough to allow it to turn and fill by dipping It at the best country stand in Mad We will be glad to wa3 therefore made to fill by a valve ison county at tho bottom which opened upward show the stock to any one wishing with the pressure of the water below to buy HIGGINS ELLIS In the course of two or three days the jun22tf Silver Creek Ky water had been lowered to a depth ol But 150 or 200 feet without difficulty when that point was reached the shaft made a bond to follow tho dip of the ledge One day the tub when passing 1 this bend was caught botween the walls and could neither be raised asked The boss nor lowered that some one should go down and roliove it This wa3 considered to I have just opened a New Bar Boom The bo a dapgeroiB undertaking mi First Street Fine only way to descend was to climb down the rope or to trust to a perpendicular ladder of slight material fastened to tho side of the shaft Having been so SeratdMS Ccstrt Seiatiea long under water it was thought that Has Xnnbago Sfrafaw the fastenings might have slipped or Xrcpc Straiw Eeematten becomo insecure and no one would Stiteket Hx Mi Bana trust his life to so frail a support 1 Sere Se Jda StiffJotnU finally volunteered to make the descent Wir s Backache Stfags Constantly on Hand j Bites and seizing the rope after much diffi- Â¬ Swisne- Gtrib Sor culty I readied the spot where tho tub CALL AND SEE ME Brcfe Sadls C Uj Files BaoMos Sptvia was caught Bricihr myself against Coisj Cracks the opposite wall and resting my feet on the ladder I succeeded in dislodg- Â¬ THIS COOD OLD STAWa 3 Iutie22tf Then 1 ing the tnb from its position torn OMattlwriMoifcrtturoi stood on the ladder drawing myself as W twnwllniN auivi i the Mufrtaag close to it as possible in order to let 2 applicability BurjtoodrmwitMutho tub pass me and gave the signal txI The Lambcrmannniimnfas i TheIIoaewlfetfllorgnKr to hoist Slowly the load was raised John Dykes will furnish ice to the citiThcCaBatcruniiHtfcrhl3tsir and its ascent it squeezed me so hard zens of Richmond and icinity this season TUo Mechanic ae It alwajs i Xow is the time to make contracts for de against my perch as to almost strip the li ery lis licadquarters are at the grocery beech clothing from my body and dislodge 3IInereclltlc of rmwi t store of J E Dyles on North Second St The Pioneer wed w crtetaor h The The mo from where I stood apr 13 tf W itomte The Farmer Meta 1 whero plan was to remnin and bis jtock yareL should be was till tho tub The Stejiraboaruma or the BmCmii arc Our aetteUHts for 1867 to Jnly ready and llns wiw an Indebted u will please aM mm fettle at miee OvltrffrXM AkWOU A Bko N B Thoee wm nww im f r v ill save efet by eallinjr t orre C A Br Jlj6 tf i It w LLSCE BUIXBER C50KTR ACTOR Tke Bntclier ueasonable -- 24TC Â¬ 302l5 3u3w and XVIlltion SALE j FOR Â¬ EW BUR ROOM iexioan WHISKIES BRANDIES CIGAES ETC musiang Unimex CUiiSS i John McKenna uewiplfelMSfore-cryMdrezs-- tr -- I KEEP CQQIa 1 T llit - - Â¬ i -- -- 1 large profit You say when you sell the coffee ground Thats what I said You sec chic cory rye and peas do not cost as much as coffee And whero do they come in Ah see you arc not on to many of tho tricks of our trade Dont you know that when wo sell ground coffeo nearly half of it is chiccory rye and peas Great Scott man how do you think wo aro going to livo and give an eight day clock with ten whole tick- Â¬ ets Do jou adulterate you teas too Well no that would not pay You see wo mix coffees and blend teas By blending I mean we mix good bad and middling together call it some outlandish combination or chop and let her go X Y Herald I other may catch a crab the stroke may turn out more effective than it looked or the crew that had never dono itself justice in practice may awaken under the spur of actual competition and surprise its friends and strike aghast its enemies No race is ever won until it has been rowed And even if the prophets prove correct defeat will be no worse nor victory any less sweet if it has been expected beforehand It is a rare privilege too the opportunity to do ones utmost for no other reward than the parsley crown It is a privi- Â¬ lege which comes seldom in after life as these young gentlemen will discover in due time Julian Hawthorn in Century m r Pertinent Observation of the anomalies in Westeia tOne hog raising is to bo found in tho fact that so many farmers drive their hogs to market and to supply their own wants turn round and pay a dealer a profit on tho slaughtered animal Wo A - njj awuu t11- - tTII orfK r LIFjeazk Clerk V- - WVbylaFHclmans SflfeAniTj ird ArHarvey Constable Store have seen rnany reasons advanced for this bung holo wasto and spigot sav Â¬ ing but it has often occurrod to us that it may be owing to the fact that roost western farmers attempt to spread over too much ground their farms aro too big to bo profitable and ih nttempting to cover them in a gen Â¬ eral way thoy neglect all matters ol detail It is tho man who masters do tail and looks after all tho littlo things that is most successful in farming commercial lifo or in most any under Â¬ taking Tht Hog Rochester N Y hju appointed Miss Paulino Morton M D on Cts SUif of city physicians A St Paul man has a pet dog of which ho is very proud Ono evening recently when tho gentleman was re turning home ho saw tho dog cmerga from the shadow of a neighbors fenc with a hen in his month The dog de Â¬ posited the fowl in a secluded spot and then went after tho house cat which itsoized by tho neck and dragged to the feast Without going through tho formality of asking grace the dog tore the chicken to plecc3 and helped tho cat to some of the choicest scraps SL Paul Pioneer Pros A sort of free masonry It is Raid exists among the Chinese that finds ex- Â¬ pression on goods sent to their laundry Certain signs mean had pay -- no good heap slippery oic New York hotols employ neighborhood of on thomand fcermsidi Saturday - Jraei la tha cbua Silk from New England Though the moth family of Bomby cida includes upwards of forty fiber spinners most of tho worlds silk is still obtained from a single species tho product of tho common silkworm Bom byx mori being superior both in qual- Â¬ ity and in quantity to that of any other yet tried The fiber of Samia cicropia a species that feeds on the apples and kindred plants throughout the United States and Canada has lately attracted attention and seems to be finer softer and more abundant than that of any other American silk worm Prof Carl Braun aGerman entomologist now lo-Â¬ cated at Bangor Me has received from a Lyons manufacturer an order for five hundred cocoons of this moth and hopes to supply them this season This Investigator is confident that tha experiments to bo made with these cocoons will be successful and predicts that Maine will produce its own silk r quarter of a century hence driensvui Trutxltr PACKING FOR MAflKET ttxe Importance of Shipping Produce In eBt 1ackages Those who grow produce for market do not need to be told of the impor- Â¬ tance of neat and proper packing to secure ready sales and tho best prices The farmer sometimes has a crop such as an unexpected crop of early apples that he would gladly turn into money but he is not provided with baskets for packing his fruit and if sent in bar Â¬ rels the fruit would arrive in bad or-Â¬ der and brinsr low prices To such the bushel crato conies as a ready re- Â¬ source A bushel crate is easily blade and forms a neat and handy package for nearly all kinds of produce To make a bushel crato there are re- Â¬ quired threo pieces each eight by fourteen inches for tho ends and cen- Â¬ ter piece tho strips or laths for tho sides are two ieet long The width de- Â¬ of these pends upon tho article to bo packed Sixteen strips are commonly tued with spaces between for ventilation Often the corners of tho end and middiq pieces are cut off this make the crate octagonal in shape which is an advanÂ¬ tage as it allows of fietCoiv ventilation when the crates aro stadFedtogether In building the crato the two strips at the top are not nailed down to allow an opening through which to fill it In packing in crates as in barrels they are to be shaken to settle the con- Â¬ tents which should project slightly at the top to require some pressure to bring down tho last slats which servo as a cover into place Vegetables aud fruits ehould always bo packed with pressure otherwise thoy becomo bruised and injured generally in transit- American Agrtcullurist- - - emptied and lowored to hoist me It In liberal Mpplyallott and ahore - ll The Horse fancier c to tho surface again I watched frleaditBd latest retbuac it as it wont up circling and turning as The Slock iroTrer needs It ft wI Suddenly it scraped along tho walls tbo HUMlsof doilanda wnrid of imuil The Kollroailmaa needs It ana Ji 1 1 there was a snap a crash and I was krtiK as hU Uf e is a rewd ot seefclraw v 1 Quick as a flash I deluged with wator T The Art T5Pr e ri 9H log Uke Backwoodsman needs it an rr s t realized what had happened The tub It as an antidote for the -- r limlj and comfort which surround it i had caught on the side of the landing Tho Merchant needs It about bis store a snapping the cable and letting it back his employees Accidents wOl happrn into the shaft again I had no time tc Commercial College thqecoaietBe Mostangllahnent Uwacu a think no timo to plan barely time to Cheapest Best Business Collegen in the World Keep a Bottle la the House Tisttsl- Cork J economy Medal realize that I was a dead man I clung IHrkMt ITooor and Cold Bjttcsa w tbjr f BmI KmpUC WorM FxiMtltlo tor Keep aBottle In Gral 10Tehrmpl74- 80 jr1y J - use la ease of accident tho Factory Islmmc-w -u to the ladder with a death like grip llutlnea llulini Edseatln- Co saves pain aad loss of B1JJ toeliilm TW closed mp eyes and squeezed my head CumIUnd Type WrMSuOobj t mi BM Keep a Battlo Always in the Stable or Phrt as close to the wall as I could Thus I SoVeatIZrCOrm4at0MmwtlSrr JatMKj tub when wanted irclrJ4riWUlirIfcSBilthrrWI I waited for death for what seemed to June 22 tf juie22rr me a painfully long time- I felt a sud- Â¬ den chill pass through me and the perspiration started from every pore Afterwhat seemed to me a long timo I ventured to turn my eyes upward There I saw tho dreadful tub about half way from the top turned obliquely across tho shaft with the lower edge resting upon a projecting rock A9 suddenly as it left me hope came back again my scat- Â¬ Recalling tered sensos I planned how 1 3jntara B 0 3alg Setter tlnttL should escape I trembled in every VJ isuTwTrs smtwtfs Sj s mt w t - s u tiwJt s limb and felt such a feeling ol 1 N M2 8 i i M faintness and nervous exhaustion that fl KJPMtM 9 to it is 13 t4 15 n iui 13x4151 S ui3rji4X3B n 11 a i 14 15 ft V rXrjfipv I donbtcd whether 1 could climb out CL SlFJLT i it7i8ioiizi lrdnnnnti J rtfMnnitij J N U 3SVXIP O 3MS7S9S11 unaided even should the treacherou a H 1 3 ladder prove strong enough to support gag I rr S gttggit s I 4 fttrana V my weight The slight projection of 4 s S H3 rl loo I t 7 N 78910111313 4r I nnB I tnnniJM 3 ui 15 16 M iS oo 13I14 rs slt7 tl ra d rock might yield to the weight of the st 19 N 17 134 15 16171819 r5t6tiSi9i w ii3S 0 3la3T3345a6 3033a4safisa8 fl ataa 3 3 33 39 07 00131 33 33J34 35 30 SsCwCl tub that still was suspended over me P irjoS 00 jij 39 30 31 j oStao 30 31 JJmU or tho men above might make an effort 1 WSlfjjUsV rptnriirr Bctrmn 3unt to grapple it and in doing so might r5 H J i 3 3 l 5 i j 4 1 I I M ii H 3 v -sSks dislodge it There was but ono thing 3 9 lolll J I t B II n J 6 7 CsJJ V 17 l ilctHiJ u Nrfifl V ti7 IS 30130131 - J lAltoisO 31 IS 33 34 tl rolrjlu 33J33J34 J to do and that was to climb I started 3 30 3I333334233C 19 30313333 3435 3 S L VUlw 33 34J37I3S ooJ303i 35173930 j 9 3SJ30J37 a9 9 3 El up the ladder slowly and cautiously twS husbanding my strength and testing the stability of my support At length I reached the tub I knew that I wa safe and I felt like one brought btici The Climax Printing Company np stairs corner Main and Sc from tho grave The rope was low ond Streets Richmond Ky is prepared to do every variety of ered I fastened tho hook gave the word to hoist and in a few seconds I was lying breathless and trembling in tho warm sunlight and on firm ground I wouldnt for all tho gold in Cali Â¬ promptly and at reasonable prices fornia live through another such ex-Â¬ Nevada Cilu Herald perience 1 -- Tjii SS K i -- 1 -- PRINTING I gSSil jLTJ2-0Gu l i 34573S9H3S7J45T i6i7Siia Bull6lJirjMt17l Trryr a rn JsJHs6 1 ri r t grt 13I4IS735 8-0 4S79 43t14 i JOB PBI1TTI1TG ill HAD BEEN WARNED A MUsourlan TViotVtM Not to Be Swindled by Chicago Sharpor Then there aro liiy ways of breathÂ¬ ing and dne sided waysof breathiiig and the particularly Tiat habit of breathing through the moufn TTow noso was meant to breHtbiTTbrougfcJ audit is marvelously arranged for fil Â¬ tering the impitrtcsoutiOrair and for changing it to a siuMeiempera-turo for entcringifioludgsi The ujoulh Jui no such apparatus and when tho air la swallowed throngh tho mouth inÂ¬ stead of btfathctlfclirough thorioseU Im art Injurious effect upon the lunga Chicago Herald ii The latest come here from Missouri said a man who had just got on a Chi Â¬ fessional Men Merchants cago cable car addressing some one body else can find at Tim who sat next him and am goin into business but let we toll you I havo Here is a partial list been warned so much about tho people hero that Til botyouthoy havo a pretty hard timo in getting away with me Whenever a man comes around mo with a transaction it must be strictly business Tho conductor came along and col- Â¬ Here said tho man lected his fare from Missouri givo mo a receipt for that money The conductor grinned I am in dead cold earnest I have been warned so much against theso people that all my business shall be strict Give me a receipt I cant give you axecoipt Well then givo me my nickel an Til gib offen your wagin I cant givo it back 1 havo rung my bell punch Well nuring it Hold on hero I am determined to show all you fel Â¬ lows that I am a business man myÂ¬ self Whats your name tho conductor asked Abram Brown Tho conductor scribbled on a piece pof paper and handed it to Mr Brown Who reading it and finding it sattsfac-t tory folded it up put it into his pocket There aint but one way and said to do business ond that is to watch all your points Wont ketch any of these fellers makin me pay a bill Arkansaio Traveler twice I have ill If HTR11L KY DOES BETTER IB styles in material and work always employed ProFarmers Stockmen Tradesmen awl everyClimax office precisely what1 they want Â¬ Â¬ of the things printed at The Cum ax office Envelopes Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements Sale Bills Horse Bills Jack Bills Hand Bills Posters Dodgers Circulars Programmes Invitations Catalogues Briefs Pamphlets Business Cards Visiting Cards Prescription Blanks Labels Judges Clerks Sheriffs Marshals Magistrates Constables and other officers will find at The Climax office a full line of Legal Blanks such as Â¬ Warrants of Arrest Summonses Subpoenas Deeds Mortgaging Affidavits Bonds Attachments Notes Supercedeases CapiasjPro r Although thoy have been brought to a hish desree of perfection It will kb runny yonrs boforo tho telephone and phonograph will succeed the red haired woman with a snn bonnet who lives In tjbo mentor of the fillago and inqiir daily over buck yard fence what tin nYj Is --Philadelphia Prest Fines Executions Vc c c To make a long story short everybody and anybody can find every thing and any thing wanted