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Vw VOLUME PUBLISHED M v I LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY MASONIC RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 18ST city teeming with life and all a hum with energy The idea had S E Scott never entered my head because I would have thought such a thing TIME OF HOLDING COMMON r LEAS COURT First Monday in January 1st Monday impossible I supposed that the in June and 3rd Monday in October in the bottoms west of city was TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT the union depot Third Monday in March and SeptemBut it doesnt take long to make ber TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY AND a fellow open his eyes here and COUNTY COURT you are barely out of the cars beCOMMON NUMBER 14 THE CLIMAX EVHRY WEDNESDAY BY FLEAS COURT THE Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner Clerk W H Miller I Climax Printing PRICK PER YEAR FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE Co 200 - Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Newlon Secretary Richmond R meets 3rd Tuesday in each month There are about ten thousand people I judge digging down hills and filling up holes here every day They can terrace a pond or build two or three bot- Â¬ tom stories to a house before you can say Jack Robinson I saw a house the other day that had been raised several times and the chim- Â¬ neys now were about on a level with the street They were com- Â¬ mencing a large building just by the side of it and a workman could stand on the foundation stones and spit down the chimney of the smaller house while dinner was cooking In another part of the town there is a house which sits high up above its neighbors like a mouse on a square of Dutch cheese There had been a hill there and everybody else had cut his lot down to the level of the street But this man wanted a good view I suppose so his house still sits there on a four cornered pillar of clay about thirty feet high On the side of it was a sign Lots for sale As a part of the house projected about a foot into the air where the rain had washed the edge of the lot away I didnt think the ownerliad much ground to spare but maybe he meant the side of his lot by the square foot for bill sticking He could sell four purposes thirty foot lots that way and still How he got keep his homestead up and down to his house was a mystery to me unless he had a side gate to his well and then was drawn up by the windlass Lots for sale is the regula sign here Out on the edge of the town you could easily imagine yourselfin a neglected National Cemetery Among the weeds and sunflowers at intervals in a few feet you can see what look like white headboards with the incription on them Lots for sale apply to Snatchem Snip real estate agents But you must not suppose that Snatchem Snip are dead by any means They are thoroughly alive and you need to be alive too when you are dealing with them for they mean business from the word go They will sell you an option on a corner lot in heaven and give the Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Edtors- A Chapter No 16 Quarterly Court fourth Monday in NO IQ January April July and the 2nd Monday fore you begin to see things that Regular meeting first Tuesday in each in October surprise you Right above your month Visiting A Wilkes Smith D D S ously invited to Sir Knights are courte in County Court of Claims 2nd Monday head about fifty feet you see a lot July attend County Court first Monday in each of street cars standing in the air J SPEED SMITH fSTOFFICE Main street two doora Eminent Commander month as it were while passengers climb june22 tf above Second TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT D P Armer Recorder up a spiral staircase of iron to get First Saturday in every month Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksvillc C MORGAN D D S to them Stretching far away up COUNTY OFFICERS meets Saturday evening before the full County Judge J C Chenault moon in every month the hill like a modern Jacobs JBOFFICE Main street over Mndl County Clerk Thomas Thorpe T E SHANKS W M ladder is an iron tressle with cars County Attorney J A Sullivan ion National Bank Richmond Ky J M Smith Secretary Sheriff N B Deatherage June 22 tf ascending and descending This Jailor George V Maupin is one of the many cable lines of Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Coroner Alexander Norris M POYNTZ DR meets Saturday evening before the full Surveyor B F Crooke Kansas City and you know there moon in every month AND rHYSICIAN Assessor John W McPherson SURGEON JAMES M BOEN W M Schools Mrs Amanda must be something over the cliffs Supt Public OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ J C Witt Secretary Million to make these cars come and go son County Drug Store juue22tf CITY OFFICERS Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets with such frequency A little City Judge HC Rice 4th Saturday in c ery month G EVANS M D City Attorney A J Reed farther north around the bend of D G MARTIN W M City Collector R A Barlow W T Fielder Secretary rHYSICIAN AND SURGEON the cliff is a great opening in the City Clerk R G Dunn OFFICE Second street over Mndi side of the hill like the mouth of John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at POLICE CITY june22tf son County Drugstore Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every a hugh sewer This is the tunnel J D Feeney and J A Mershon month JOHN HILL W M TAYLOR CITY COUNCIL through which another cable line John- G Taylor Secretary Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery J D Mitchell Mayor will soon be pouring its stream of Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox RICHMOND KY First Ward J Stone Walker town meets 3rd Saturday in every montit G W Evans street cars Over to the west Second Ward OFFICE Hecond street over Madi Â¬ V M SANTFORD OLDHAM Third Ward Owen McKce juue22tf son County Drug Store about a hundred feet from the Jacob H Shearer Secretary Fourth Ward J W Caperton cable station and connected with DR JOHN M Berea Lodge No 617 at Beiei meets JUSTICES Or THE PEACECONSTADLESAND TLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING it by an aerial passway is the Wm M ADAMS W M 1st Saturday MAIN STREET COURT J C Davis Secretary elevated railway station where Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs MONTHS FEDRUARY MAY AUGUST AND W F FRANCIS H P D P Armer Secretary RICHMOND COMMAJIDERY Â¬ Professional Oa zcls Â¬ J J you see the same thing There aro armies of these laborers with their temporary dwellings and the headquarter tents for the bosses and commissary tents and all the paraphernalia of camp life Women are cooking at stoves in the open air children are sprawl- Â¬ ing about on the ground boys are bringing water and all look contented and brisk and In some camps a flagstaff floats the stars and stripes from its summit And along by these camps you will see huge signboards like those used at railroad in Keutucky crossings with Twelfth Thirteenth Street street etc on them in big letters You dont see any houses but the work goes on and the people have faith that when the street is made the houses will come like the Aldermans gondolas by the operation of Nature Â¬ good-humore- OLB ol RING THE DECKS Cisa3i33Lg Up All Broken lainss of Goods in everjr partmesat of 0122 Stools almost mrithoiii price Be- - d Â¬ Â¬ There is no room in our house for a dollars worth of goods to be kept over from one seaeon to another every nick of space is needed to accommodate the enormous stock we intend to place before our customers shortly for the Jail trade The foil trade is close upon us and it is the policy of the home to lead in every thing We lead in keeping the best quality of goods we lead all others in low prices Come at once as the slaughtered Ours is a cash store nothing is lost in bad debts and a dollar counts goods are going out very fast and you will certainly miss the chance of a lifetime by delay Keep a elose me watch on your newspaper as our first announcement for fall goods will appear and it may give yon that will asist you in pointers TRUSTER STJIPIPLIES- IiV TfTlSGtf YOUR june RAMSEY OLDHAM Busy Bee 22 Proprietors Cash Store Richmond Ky Â¬ W DrTt J FOSTER Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Richmond District No 1 D P Armer meets ctcry Monday night at Odd Fellows ROBERTS at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Hailon Main Street Willis at Court House 1st Saturday Offers his proftssional services to the M B ARBUCKLE N G Lyman Parrish Constable public LJ Frazee Secretary Office same as Bennetts law office Foxtoun District No 2 G B Million up stairs over Herndons drug fetore Boone Encampment N040 meets every at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond corner of Main and Second streets first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th jily27 ly Richmond Ky Saturday J S Chenault Constable Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky Union District No 3 Albertis Parks W L FARLEY C P DRTU C AMBROSE at Union City 1st Saturday John A L J Frazee Scribe Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No N Lanter Constable FORD KY 3 meets second Thursday in each month Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in tiie af at Odd Fellows Hall at- - Waco 2nd Saturday John W R A BARLOW Captainn Boards at Mr J C Lickeya ternoon Moorcs at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles L J Frazee Clerk Oldham Constable June 22 tf Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at KNIGHTS OF HONOR W T SEXSMITII M D Leeland D Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets Kingston 4th Saturday PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday George Young Constable Hall at 7 oclock WHITE HALL KY Glade District No 6 James M Wood W B BENNY Dictator Offers his professional services to the at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal James Tbvis Reporter aug17 lyr public loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday R G Ballard Constable CHURCH DIRECTORY Kirksv ille District No 7 J M Cotton DR J FAIN at Kirksvilie 2nd Saturday Alexander CITY KY UNION BAPTIST Ray at Kirksvilie 3rd Saturday J M Offeres his professional services to Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday Fowler Constable Poosey District No S J N Hendren the public and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A Aug 17 tf pard Office at Joe Gentrys Chandler at Reatrans Store Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and S D Carpenter Constable 3rd Friday Hardin W Bright A ffi Ffl D Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Million District No 9 J M Long at Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Saturday Pabtor Eld A J Tribble bv at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday RICHMOND KY Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sundaj James A Harvey Constable Lawson OFFICE Second Mreet over Madi Pastor T L Brick Church Kirksvilie Saturday t on Count j- - Drugstore Local Produce Markets and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames understood that I I want it Republican 2nd one in Richmond that un Â¬ and Sunday after Saturday and Sunday CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON am the only 4th Saturday Pastor derstand the thorough u e of the Rev 1IRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD Chemistry as applied Mu roMSope and STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and of tissues and fluid to examinations of the human body I only mention Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Richmond Ky Sept 16 1887 My signa- Â¬ Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night tliis for honest protection Beef Cattle Butcher- to each examina Â¬ Pastor Rev ture will be attached 23muhly Richmond Prcdcstinarian Services 2nd Hogs tion 45C Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Sugar Cured Hams I3i5c Bacon Hams Country Rev E 11 Burnam Pastor PARRISH Cured Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Butter i52oc Pastor Rev B S Hunting Attorneys At Law 1 50 1 Chickens 7522 00 Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ Eggs RICHMOND KY day Pastor Rev John G Pond Wheat 6365c Special attention given to abstracting Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Flour 00 i Kentucky titles to hinds in Eastern 1 5 Pastor Rev J A James Corn per barrel 5 Office in Climax building S E Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Hay per 100 lbs 400500 Oats in sheaf per 100 Mis Corner Main and Second Streets up day Pastor Rev 4050 June 22 tf stairs Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Tallow 2X3C vices 3rd Saturday and tallowing Sunday BURNAM in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and Beeswax Feathers io35 7 P M XsaTW also 3 andCampbell on Sunday Pastor Meal 75Soc Elder M Oat- - per bushel 40500 RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 Orchard Grass 25 CATHOLIC I 20 German Millet Hur A R OFFICE with C F Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun Timothy Seed 3 oo3 25 June 22 tt nam on First Street Pattor Rev Father Oats in sheaf days 10 A M iK1 Haley Choice blue grass seed 65075 A SULLIVAN Red top seed 75Ss DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Sweet Potatoes 56 12 Sunday and preceding Flat Woods 3rd Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden RICHMOND KENTUCKY 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding SUHFLOWEB OFFICE m Fin t street same as Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ THE formerly occupied by County Judge day Pastor Elder Colier oct6 ly Miller Kirksvilie 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew The Old Old Slory of the Rnsh and the S BRONSTON Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and Crush in the City on the Kaw preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman A RICHMOND KY Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and The Paradise of Real Estate Gamblers Office on Second street next door to Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor and a Tophet for Moneyless Clerks Elders 11 KenoWs june tf Garnet House Services every Sunday at Richmond Sunday school AS ZEVAJLCOIT 11 A M and 730 P M J SCOTT at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- Â¬ day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D Correspondence of tbo Louisville Times McClintock RICHMOND KY Kansas Oity5 Sept 8 I Jiave Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur Â¬ Office on Second Street June 22 tf day Pastor Deen tor several days taking 111 White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor C S the sights of this new Chicago and Elder L H Reynolds june22tf I 0 0 F DRfPHIL PiTTSICILlT Â¬ T TURNER Attorney at J E T Attorney at laaw Attorney at T JOE Zaawji Attorney at 3Cara Attorney atKYXaaw RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services every Sunday at 11 A M and at 8 P M during the summer months Friday at 8 P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard June 22 tf Attorney atand adjoining Irw practice in Madison Vill A J REED METHODIST Centenary M E 1st College Hill Sunday morning and 4U1 Sunday morn Â¬ ing and night Prayer meeting every al counties and in the Court of Appeals Office in Master Commissioners ternate Wednesday mgnt Sunday scnool every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F office over Circuit Clerka office Under June 22 tf M E South 2nd SunCollege Hill day morning and night Prayer meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Lday school every Sunday morning Pas tor iilu XJ xi iuarnmon Kirksvilie Pastor Rev S W Peeples Pastor Providence every Sunday In Largest and most complete flock Central Kentucky Our motto Best Rev II B Cockrell Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ Goods and Lowest consistent Prices day at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRev CaKRO LL P W E Arnold 77 anil 79 V Main St Lexington Ky PRESBYTERIAN dec 22 lyr Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Sundays Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksvilie 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor Rev Win Crow AND Richmond South Services every Sun day 1 1 A M and 74 P M Prayer meeting every Wednesday night Pastor Rev H Glass Richmond North Services 1 1 A M and 1 P M Pastor SPEED SMITH Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun days RICHMOND ICY Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A rents or exchanges all kinds of M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M ileal instate on reasonable terms and Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D represents rint cliss Fire and Life In Â¬ surance Companies MADISON COUSTY DIRECTORY Office In J CLyler1 Clothing Store june22 tf Â¬ SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD REAL ESTATE J Asent Â¬ CIRCUIT COURT Judge J R Morton Do ycu want pure drugs and the best Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons brands of tobaccos and cigars You ton can find them at T J Brooks Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller Juiesi tf stands a train of cars ready to take you over the roofs of houses through the lower part of the city across the Kaw river and four or five miles farther into Kansas through the Wyandotte and out to Chelsea Park When you see these surface indications it begins to strike you that there is someCALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING ju23f where around here a big thing on wheels of some sort And that big thing is Kansas City A F BRECK E W WIGGINS But it will take you some time to understand just how big a thing Kansas City is If you have never been here before you are dazed at first and dont quite understand certificate of three preachers of just how things are When you each denomination to the gensee these cable roads and the ele- uineness of the title before one of your old fashioned parsons could vated railway and the smooth read out his text WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP broad street which winds around And Speaking of sunflowers and up to the top of the bluff you this is pre eminently a sunflower would not be surprised to step city What the tuberose is to into a hotel like the Palmer House South Frankfort the sunflower is to Kansas City On the sides of Kept in the county and nill furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at crrr prices or the Grand Pacific at Chicago the red clay bluffs and in the all now We are also prepared to do JiOOFlJYG and will guarantee to give yon the best awl most satisfactory You actually go into a hotel at crevices of rock quarries they In the main part of town there job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will least I did which presents as grow abandantly and a vacant are magnificent buildings cable not delay your work We also carry a nice line of many strange contrasts as the lot if at all level is a perfect tan- roads electric lights and on some CJOOK RAMTGES town itself You go up stairs in gle of them Here and there one of the streets the bustle of Broad struggles up through the cracks way New York Ever laboring an elevator that reminds you of of the plank sidewalk By the man can get employment at good Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements the freight elevator in a ware- stone steps of an elegant residence wages carpenters and bricklayers Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c house and goes just as 6lowly these flowers will creep up and badly needed all the time At JSJST You can come down if you wish fight for supremacy with great the Exposition building they run june22 tf IROX MAXTELS AND GRATES FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY over an uncarpeled an unpainted rich looking bunches of buffalo a double force day and night to whole face of the finish it by the 15th of this month I2I5C wood worn smooth and kept grass is The covered with them and Real estate is the great subject of land white by frequent scrubbings A maidens wear them in clusters as thought and talk The prices are I0I2C head waiter in immaculate dress corsage bouquets The town surprising to a man irom KentSka ca tea ra isSi tSbd qLatBas BKbm suit meets you at the dining room itself is a big sun flower and has tucky but if you dont buy to day 253 door with a graceful bow and with millions of young ones growing maybe they will advance 10 a writer in exquisite grace precedes you over on its broad bosom A yesterday foot on you to morrow Much of one of the newspapers the land of course is held at fancy the floor ot common pine plank to insists that the citizens should cut prices and a great deal of it is i20c your allotted seat at the table down the weeds and sunflowers sold at but little advance over its The ceiling of the room is low and before the coming of G rover and intrinsic value It seems to me the frescoing a dingy daub The Frankie and intimates that it is that as long as things go on with walls are sadly in need of paper- Â¬ difficult to see the tops of the the rush they now have real eshouses over the branches of the tate will advance Some day the ing Your bill of fare is good sunflower trees They may raise end will come values will settle enough for any hotel the cooking all the houses if necessary but I down to their intrinsic basis and excellent the service good as think they had better let the sun- somebody will be caught in a But desirable town lots could be desired the waiters quick flowers alone Frankie will like deadfall attentive and polite Down stairs them for their romantic beauty will alwavs bear a fair price and will duller Grover CUT the clerks are always watchful and anot fail toman than magnifi in favored localities value always could see the Peo increase favorably in look like they were glad to see cient energy and the unbounded ple are very notiony however in you have plenty of time to an- faith iu its own future which Kan their tastes Lots on a cable line swer all you questions and al- Â¬ sas City has behind this apparent fronting the street where all the together are amible and friendly lack of enterprise She is too dust will be blown in will bring busy with great affairs to stop 150 a foot while another lot just and treat you as if you were as now and meddle with sunflowers 150 feet back of these and fronting good as they are There is power- Â¬ Kansas City has her own way on a side street out of the dust ful little style about things but a of doing things and is not so par- but as convenient to the cars IT very preat desire to please You ticular about the trimmings of her will just bring half as much only will ind everything comfortable dress as she is about the material Corner lots and cable lines are has her working day conjure here about the house except the beds She and her sleeves rolled upapron talismans to men they with provon have and and to many a on The bedsteads her hands are in the dough but en the genuine philosophers stone and mosquitoes goods are Groceries are too short and the matresses there is a big diamond all Of course everybody iiere spec- line of Staple like the town have a tendency a sparkle on the buxom lassies ulates in real estate just as they his prices lowest drinking in to my fullest capacity joneu towards hills and hollows The bosom and a well filled pocuet buy lottery tickets in New Orleans the enthusiastic talk of those who book hidden away in the ample My landlady for I have left the live here and participate in the mosquitoes have a despisable iolds of her capacious bustle hotel for a private boarding house QtJEEET tells me that when she first boom To say that I am surpris- habit of not talking enough They She is in a hurry now and when Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads ed at what I see and hear is to suck your blood first and then set the dinner is cooked and the came here she invested 75 in a up a little melancholy wail about boarders all fed it will be time little lot It was all the money put things very mildly for though enough to wash the dishes and she could save and scrape together QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO I have been in most of the large it as if their consciences hurt sweep up the trash on the din- - and in a couple of months it had E WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO New Orleans Birmingham Chattanooga Florida towns in our country yet I find them for having to bleed you I liing room floor made her about 200 You can the Initio llmt we lmve n Inrge prefer a mosquito who tells me this one of the mest remarkable Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the I never saw a place where there use a comparatively small amount and well selected litre of One who has never seen Kansas what his intentions are belore he was as much work going on You of money to advantage by buying City can form no idea of it and probes me Some people tell me cant get out of hearing a hammer options It is like buying stocks nalPoiD it You will feel as much surprised as I that the real estate agents here nor out of sight of a pile of brick on a margin in Wall street or an excavation All around the ptit up your money and if prices did when he comes to inspect it are like the mosquitoes but Ill outskirts of the town there are fall you lose it all If they go up FURBISHING Goods THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO TIES PACIFIC COAST- know more about that maybe in great camps where in It is unlike any other place white tents you win the difference at the time Gents As you come into the place on a few months from this time and covered wagons men live you let go And there has nover with Morning and Xisht Trains warty ail 01 All about you see contrasts liko with their families They are yet been a fall in prices Nobody the train winding around the the Important Citlw of theSontli without clinnge RPNJIINO THROUGH CARS fillip JUlIlli TWBIJTY EIGHT IIOU1M TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IX steep red clay bluffs which tower you find in the hotel Just across here to day and maybe a mile or expects you to pay more than one Ullij T the street yonder is an elegant two away to morrow but where third cash but you must give a Travelers have a efan4rf two letad t 8lepIOK tso far above your head that you Cnnninl O UtU ever their work is they must be taust deed for the balance which QUKEN AND CRESCXNT KOCTB HftBH Segaat Boa ii ILLIill TAiinn dolr imtfet Car and Pullmans FinoH Palace Buffet aeeper Stale Hoom Pattern can not see the top of them out of church built on the edge of a big close to it so they have no time enables them to sell you out at JS Nearly All tho Leading Railroads the car window you can have hole in the ground with a thicket for hunting boarding houses and once il you fail to come to time passenger boMtng tickets vtn Mrts Hee are Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati lrom them on the defferred payments So on no conception of the wonderful of sun flowers growing all around trudging to and therefore sa veil transfer aersss the City and are assured a learner attended wHti speed Eta in which you can hid the comfort and eenvenlene city that lied behind them nor the it except at the front door May Â¬ They are laying off and grading a falling market you lose all unless streets digging down great hills you have good backing and can Trarel via- - Queen and Crescent the PletarenqM Ltee of the Seatkern States wonderful energy which has made be next week at the close of the and filling up ponds and sink raise the rest of the money General Offices St Paul BulkltBZ West Fourth St Clnelnnatl Ohio Wednesday nights JOHN C UAULT H COLUIRAN it what it is You see only some holes As you pass by these But I can not tell all about General Manager General Passenger AeaU they will set some jack screws places you will see teams of Kansas City in one letter It is a LATEST STYLES R CARROLL EXRYAN bald bluffs with great gullies General Superintendent fJne2UK AsstetontGenermlPasseBsrAKat washed down their faces bv the under it and hoist it in the air horses with scrapers going at a big subject and needs careful and the LOWEST PRICES rain It doesnt strike you that and put a basement story with a trot men working briskly all treatment if one wishes to be just lot of patent fire proof vaults on around you every fellow is the best place ever saw for anybody would ever take the the bottom ot it fill in the and anxious apparently toearnest It laboring man and Imechanic and We onna TRACTION si A PORTABLE ENGINES of all Hlies Tfce SJ0U3 finish a teeds aademaa is3 iijuiji inrrrtn rxs Twneasoai3 trouble to go on top of them and hole and ram it down and have his allotted task no one inter about tne worst place I ever saw We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD KEVOLVIHa STRAW STACKERS asd SA 2 Mr- - yeas laaaAgents j we say we y iWrlto form o jr ii w you think that if some one did go the church settled comfortably on fering with another but all mov for a clerk The capitalist with and to ourtillcustomers every dollarwillÂ¬ valuo lor give you Co SaRoniHSQH urtuiarsXaTv in vf 1ctH a well sodded terrace in time for ing in concert like clock work plenty of money is sura to make vented with u and We urge you to there he would never get down again without wings or at least a the next Sunday mornings ser- and with the precision ot a mil more here The man with only a give us an early call vices They would just as lieve rope ladder I had been through do it as not and would forget in itary drill Over in Wyandotte small sum has a chance for big W B WHITE here before and and never known a weeks time that the church across tna river and away be- - winnings and he must risk his all At McKichb Old Stand that up on these cliffs there was a had ever squatted down in a hole yond it out toward Chelsea Park on the turn of it card Falcos June S3 Om NOVEMBER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ unassisted Wyandotte is the Brooklyn of Kansas City and lies just across the Kan River in Kansas Between the bluffs of the city proper West and Wyandotte is the bottom lying alongside the Missouri river Down there is the union depotthe great stock 3artls the freight depots a wilderness of railroad tracks and a teeming hive of manufacturies AH the great packing houses are there along the river front and dwell ings of laboring men and boar ling houses and saloons fill up all available space Looking down on this part of the town from the elevated railway train it seems perfectly jammed with houses and you can but wonder where the next building will be put Providence seems to be helping the people out though for the river changed its channel to the other shore and is in process of making about twenty acres of land on this side Some enterprising fellow I hear suspectto pass ed what was coming and bought the shallow nart ot the river for a small sum There is millions in his purchase Then the east bottoms are yet unoccupied and they will in a year or two be full of lactones These large establishments must have switchroom by the ralroads and some access to the river This they can not have upon the hill There is however a belt railroad running up a valley behind the bluffs and going entirely around the city Land close to this is worth hundreds of dollars a foot for manufacturing purposes and most of it can not be purchased at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Shackelford WIIalL Gentry Co Have bought the stock of goods ami rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on Main street and CONTINUE They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of BUSINESS All Kinds of HARD WARE STOVES and TUT WARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing S3 7JiierIrcg and all kinds of Tin and Sliest Iron Work Done in in most Worlmianlie Manner MOIffE BUT TKjEI BEST OF WORKMEN EMPLCYSD LH TOTtKl WAIIRATED WE SELL A FULL LIXE OF Implements Known To The Trade 3ii Bost Farming WIGGINS s BRECK Attention Contractors IXmSTOa BElIalaS Builders9 Hard ware and Building Material STOVES and Â¬ Â¬ sj3c JSrBLASTING POTrDER JDYNAMTIEfii Â¬ WW gaeBny ioi 5t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SSS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Enterprising Young Merchant and Fancy the First Street carries His full the best and Â¬ NEW MM AW CRESCEHT EOUTE dL-OriHIXiG- - Pubc is Sonilas ai mm - HATS ZkgrLZ3 111 STiUSSES aoSt prayer-meetin- g BEST eOOBS Â¬ -- ft3 tf 81 Â¬ Â¬ I THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE51 1SS7 - WEDXESD AYSEPTEMBER The quickest way to rise in the world is to go up in a balloon How to get fat go to the batcher shop Mid bey it See the mini kohls up the post Is the pest loose No tlie man is tight Nearly all the snakes in Kentucky are in boots This shows a decidedly advanced state of ofriiixatkHt Formerly they were all in the woods Â¬ The last official act 01 Gov Knott and he first of Gov Buck 1 upon wealth ier was the to inflict inore Colonels grand old common Â¬ of Kentucky now living JTcCreary Knott and Leslie Gov Leslie is a Federal Judge in Mon tana barn there are only three Since the death oi Gov Black Â¬ It is currently reported in New York City that Mr Henry Wat terron has received a very hand some offer from Mr James Gordon Bennett to take editorial charge of the Herald Â¬ Â¬ That original and only genuine prohibitionist Gen Green Clay Smith was here this week and in a conversation with us gave tins wonderlul program of political events Said lie In 1SSS there will be five candidates for the presidency Democratic Repub lican Prohibition Labor and Know nothing Tlie Democratic candidate will win the Republi can will have the next highest vote and the Prohibitionist the next Defeated for the second time the Republican party will never nominate another candidate the labor question will have been settled by the following election and in 1S92 there will be a stand up fight between tlie Democratic ticket and the Prohibition ticket these being the only ones in the field All the temperance Republicans will go over to the Prohibitions and the whiskv Republi cans to the Democrats the Prohibition ticket will win with hands down and the year of jubilee will have come or words to that effect The Gen also snid that in the next election the Prohibitionists will poll 22000 votes in Ken tucky He wound up by asking us to remember these predictions and observe their fulfillment to the letter Gen Smith having made other predictions which have not proved his right to be called a prophet or a son of a prophet we take his latest effort with a considerable degree of allowance Interior Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE DIFFERENCE UETWEEX U AND I Speaker Carlisle will have an article in the Forum for October To keep a woman out of the setting fourth the grounds upon sulks the best way is to keep her which the Democratic party bases in silks its expectation that it will be con UNNECESSARY ANNOUNCEMENT tinued in power at Washington Â¬ Mr J M Richardson of tlie Glasgow News has bought the interest of Mr U U Gorfn iu the Glasgow Times and the two apere will be consolidated with - Richardson as editor and Mr B Smith as business manager is a wise move as no town like rlasgow can support two good Judge Tipton is still awav from home and the columns of the Climax are yet m the hands of the Junior editor NOT YET from it This condition was greatly aggravated by the cares and perplex ities of his ofllce aud he never was well after the expiration of his term About the time of his retirement from office his sister Mrs Morris of Chi cago died She was a lady who made by assisting a national reputation Southern soldiers during the war aud Governor Blackburn was greatly de- Â¬ voted to her He was greatly depress- Â¬ ed by her death aud it aflected his health adversely until he died He leaves only one child Dr Carey Black burn of Louisville His wife survives him anil is 5S years old Though Governor Blackburn was mcees ful in his profession he lenin only a small estate which fact is aecoiuitid for by his large liberality A prominent old citizen here in speaking about him tlie great quality ot yesterday said the mau was the wonderful degree of About his kindness and charity seven years ago he took great interest iu tlie religious ministrations of the Rev Geo O Barnes while he was in Louisville He afterward became a member of the Episcopal Church with his wife During his administration the only adverse criticism of his policy was that he was so kind and lenient in his disposition that he pardoned too many criminals His course iu this though was justified by many aud especially in view of the fact that the accommodations in the penitentiary w ere not sufficient He was a grand old mau aud has made a distinctive impress upon the great Commonwealth that he governed His remains were buried in the cemetery at Frankfort Friday at 11 oclock iu the presence of of scores of the most prominent men of the State and hundreds of loving friends and relatives The pall bearers were H A Tyler Hickman county Basil W Duke Louisville Senator James Beck Ex Gov Kuott Lt Gov J W Bryan Ihomas H Corbett James E Cantrill Scott county Joseph Desha Pickett John H Whalleu Judge J G Simrall E H Taylor Jr L TSbin Judge It H Thompson Louisville Blounts Just received at Tribble crop of tobacco This was a round of price for all to be delivered in winter 600 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn Peas Beans Peaches Pears Apricots order and other canned fruits and vegetables The marriage of Mr Alfred Peter Cheapest place In town sep ti Professor of Chemistry at the State College and Miss Mary McCautey of Thousands of Canned Fruits and Maxwell street 13 announced for the Vegetables are being received daily at latter part of this month sep7tf Tribble and Blounts Gov Buckner has appointed County Judge S G Sharp of this city one of J S Collins 2 lace curtains will as Â¬ the Railroad Commissioners for the tonish you Call aud see them 31ag8t State Captain Sharp is Chairman of the State Central Committee Lace curtains in great variety at J The West Lexington Presbytery aug3X 8t S Collins C2 to 15 will meet witli the Presbyterian church Thursday September iu Versailleson Something New 29th at 7 oclock P M and will re- Â¬ main iu session several days I can give you the best lace curtains 2 to for the money on Nearly two hundred young men 15 the market aug318t J S Collins from twenty five JStates have ar- Â¬ rived to attend the Commercial College Syrup of Figs of Kentucky University nearly fifty of whom have entered this week Manufactured only by the California The majority of these students brought Fig Syrup Co Sau Francisco Cal is a letter of introduction from the Pro Â¬ Natures Own true Laxative It is the fessors Smith graduates six coming most easily taken and the most pleas Â¬ from Franklin Texas iu this way antly effective remedy known to In this city cleause the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ James Agee is to be hung colds aud on Friday Nov 4 1887 Agee killed tive to dispel headaches fevers to cure habitual constipation brother-in-laJames Faulconer his 50 cents in 1S86 He was condemed to be hung indigestion etc For sale in Willis appeal to the and 100 bottles by Stockton in March last but an Court of Appeals stayed the execution An affirmance or the judgment of the Fayette Circuit Court made it manda- Â¬ tory on the Governor to fix the date of the execution w 1PUBLSG SEE I will sell As Trustee of J M Willis FOUND 1 AT THE EXAMINE -- On Saturday Oct 8 141 Acres of Land CaSH miles from Richmond on the Barnes 4 Mill pike The land fronts on the pike and joins the farms of Capt R B Tcrrill and Elias Barnes heirs It is nearly all under cul- Â¬ tivation and is well watered and has two good tenement houses Also at same time and place I will sell 3000 to 5000 bundles of oats and 150 to 200 barrels of corn Tlie land will be sold in 1 1 or 3 tracts to suit purchasers and also as a whole Sale will begin at 10 oclock a m Sale of Wm H Sims in the same neigh Â¬ borhood will take olace at 2 oclock p m sale grocery hoosi OF 55 J VP D B5F ON ST0 -- irl Nfe5 fvSSVvy srvsjiyrirTriL3L3rl VvswwjmWlV I S- - f jpissggga B miMTi tit j Terms easy and made known on day of North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Mll i li 4pppjpj3o is 8- - T - - v isntds wm v 1110 L4 j j I S n spi ftfejr- il4 tl SI aggmt HjMsI ynatrt H gwtmWr r N DISSOLUTION The partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Engle Bros do in a boot and shoe business on Second street in this city was dissolved on Sept I Hugo Engle retiring The business will be conducted in future by Emit Engle Richmond Ky Sept 21 i837 tf i sll H GROCERIES CSonfecilonerieSj 2ffill3j5v SHBb T 13 gartS i si 3anr l J 7 1 - I I i al 3l 4 H ifflliC ii 15 iS e i3 Mta H 8 Styttaber I xn3i3u7 xinUil- ii M3N - N LIVE STOCK MAEEET EEPOET Canned oods7 0 3csn aixeL ISrled Fruif7 CORRECTED WEEKLY BY PUBLIC SALE St OCK CO WEBER LOPER Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Stricfiy -- TT7igJ YEAR i CONCERNING I C FARMERS Mil Fan OHIOSEPTEMUER 19 1SS7 SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Business ON A- - IB Ex Gov Luke P Blackburn died at H B Ware the home of liis daughter Mrs Flour H C Murray Frankfort iioy in Frankfort Wednesday lat at Â¬ r 215 It was not unexpected lie A PEN PICTURE OF THE MOUNTAINS liml been iu feeble health for some mouths and his dentil httd been looked McKee Ky Sept 17 18S7 Â¬ for daijy for several week Gov Editors of The Climax Bittc kbum was a great Juian and one of I have spent several months In this the grandest men the Slate has ever country and have learned much of tlie had He was honest candid chari- Â¬ people and more of the country It is Fifteen thousand dollars was table tineere grandly philanthropic truly up iu Jackou You go up voted by Hie Distillers Association and morally one of the few brave men and only come down a little The assembled iu Cincinnati last week we have ever known Blackburn was mountains are not so high as in other to be sent for immediate use into never afraid to do what he thought counties on the average but by the the polities of the State of Tennes was rig I it Take for instance his ex- Â¬ time you climb from two to a dozen of see now in the throes of prohibi- Â¬ ercise of the pardoning power while tiiem going fiom one settlement to tion We presume they estimate he was Governor of the State He another you are willing to admit that that this will buy about fifteen knew that he was lieiiiR ceniured He they are high enough Ii most of thousand votes as that is about eared not He knew that every poli them is found coal of Hie bestkiud and iron ore the basis upon which elections are tician iu the State wa criticising him some of the hills c He jwid uo attention to them He The land In some pints is ery good managed by tlie same influence in knew that his political enimiew were in others uot even midlin Timber this part of the moral vinevard making capital out of it He dared to in some places and the best found iu do what lie believed to be right and Kentucky Oak poplar and pine are On our first page will be found bet If he erred it was on the side of is also most of the a letter on Kansas City tlie Sun mercy If he made a mistake it was abundant Tliere other trees represented A company fewer City of tlie West by J on the side of justice Self and self has had a land agent here buying up Souh Smith of Lexington Falcon interest were words not in his Lexicon all the land he could get The ptice of the Louisville Times He is We append a sketch of his life taken I believe was about SI per acre an easy and graceful writer tells from a Lexington paper Cattle are low Tliere is an abund Â¬ things as he sees them in every Ex Governor Luke P Blackburn ant mast this year Corn is not so Jay language and lias a vein of died at the residence of his daughter good as it would have been if the humor in all lie says Mrs Flouruey in Fraukfoit Wednes Â¬ drouth had not touched so heavily I There is a bond of union be day Ihe members of his family and may say it is light Hogs are scarce at tween Kansas City and Kentucky his family physician being present 4 cents She is a part of us A great deal Gov Blackburn was born iu Fayette Nothing short of a stay in the moun- Â¬ of our 3oung blood courses tlie county seventy three years ago at a tains can give any idea of the wonder- Â¬ The country may vary iu vein of tlie business enterprise of time when his faiher lived iu Wood ful land that city Tliere is scarcely one ford county near Spring Station but specific appearances but the people of oar readers wlio is not interÂ¬ when his mother was on a vist to her never They are rather of the Virginia parents Mr and Mrs John Bell Mr type of a century ago Old time ested in Kansas City Bell was a member of the Constitution notions and habits prevail generally We commend Falcons letter as Convention that formed our second The dresses are nearer the present instructive and highly entertain Â¬ constitution his associates being John styles than you might expect to find ing for a leisure moment Breckinridge Jno McDowell H Har Â¬ In religious matters they are talkers rison B Thornton and Walter Carr rather than doers but notwithstanding Hon Ben Johnson of Bards Gov Blackburns father was Edward tills fact I have heard only one ser- Â¬ town is prosecuting an active M Biackouru and was a farmer and mon since I came here Churches canvass for tlie Speakership of the bred many celebrated race horses are few aud fur between and what are next House of Representatives Gov Blackburns father had eleven not school houses are very easy to Those who profess to know the sit Â¬ children that grew to maturity His count Iu my school I have some uation fully say he has taken the eldest brother was George and tlie pretty bright scholars as a rule the bit between his teeth and is setting youngest the present Senator Joseph people are not caring for the topics of the pace His friends regard C S Gov Blackburn 6tudyed medi- Â¬ the times AH they care for is Well him already as a nearly sure win Â¬ cine at Transylvania University in wholl be the next President or think ner There is a minor that Judge this city and began the practice of his the Democrats will git in I write Mulligan of Lexington who was profession here when he was about this last of a special district of cfourse it prominently mentioned as a can Â¬ twenty one years old About this varies to some extent At town they didate for the Speakership will time he married tlie daughter of Dr are as lively as any place in tlie blue ot go into the race If that be true Joseph Boswell of this city When the grass At most place the first entreaty which he contest appears to be between cholera broke out in Versailles in 1835 at the table is break oread Ir Johnson and Hon William which was two years after it had pre- Â¬ invariably in the buck parts is a com vailed in thi3 country Dr Blackburn dodger that is if corn can be had Seed of Marshall county went tliere and began waiting 011 the Jut now they use grits a great deal Jourier Journll sick remaining there during the whole They are clever out here always course of the cholera and finally settled giving their best AH Isee and hear is Speaker Carlisle has the follow Â¬ tliere and continued tlie practice of his too much for my little pen besides my ing to say about tlie contesting of profession for a number of years Dur Â¬ paper would give out and yours would las seat in Congress by Mr Thobe ing the time he lived there he was not hold it by half As you said not I dont want to try the case in elected to the Legislature and served enough by all take papers The books the newspapers or to talk about one term He moved then to Natchez I find to be either Bibles or the old it for publication but tliere is Miss and there practiced his profes- Â¬ blue back I have seen several otiiers such a singular misapprehension sion very successfully About this but theyre scace as hens teeth in regard to the matter that it is time his first wile died and Dr Bluck Well the people Theyre too much not improper I suppose for me to buni made a tour to Europe On his for me Just like every other place iv that I took no testimony for reruru from Europe he married Miss there are cranks and snges beauties t lie simple reason that it was not Churchill daughter of Samuel Church and others to whom nature has denied cessary for me to do so The Ill I5xi of Louisville He lived in her first gift There are mauy pretty contestant in his notice charged Louisville and practiced his profession girls in this county at least I have iraud and irregularities in about Ihere until the time he was elected found one black eyed girl who has in- Â¬ every preelnt in the district but Governor except the time during the terested me considerably more than I w hen be came to his evidence he war when he was with the Southern thought possible I wisli all of our did not attempt to prove anything army as a surgeon Diuiug a part of Madison couuty folks would come out this time was eept tiiat there were four illegal command he Gen connected with the and behold over what a wonderful of Pat Cltburu Gov Â¬ land President C exteuds his fishiug votes cast for me in one precinct ernor Magoffin of this State sent Dr rod When I get home I will tell you in Covington I do not think the Blackburn South to get guns for Gen- Â¬ more 1 am afraid this county is not evidence is sufficient to show that eral now Governor S B Bucker He as well thought of as it should be these four votes wore actually cast secured the guun and sent them to If the poet wishes to forme but assuming that they Kentucky but they were found to be a muse the seholar wi have nature for hes a school or were it makes no difference in the hardly lit lor service the artist seeks scenery circum sptca result as my majority was S25 After the war when yellow fever Wlheljt Of course there was no reason why broke out in tlie South Dr Blackburn I should take testimony- - The went there and displayed such heroism LEXINGTON charges that I intend to rely upon and humanity In exposing himself to some legal technicality and that I its dangers in order to assist the sufler Ed Bacon is writing a novel It will ask an extenlion of time to ers from It that it gave him nutional will be a novel performance take testimony are preposterous reputation About the time be started Bro Barnes is here The law allowed me all the time South it was understood that he would Court house He i3 preaching at the having large that was necessary if I had desired be a candidate for Governor which his crowds to avail myself of it Certainly I kinsman here Judge Kinkead says Bern to the wife of C H Stoue Jr would not accept a seat in the had been his aepiration for twenty one house if raj right to it could be years Other aspirants for the position on September 7th a daughter Flor- Â¬ sustained only by retying upon a were Judge William Lindsay of Fran ence Withers Dr David Keller of this city Is an teohnicality and so far from rely Â¬ fort and Thoivns L Jones of Newport They were both exeeedinglyiwpular applicant for Superintendent of ing upon any such gsnnnd the do not even intend to employ an at Â¬ gentlemen but Dr Blackburnfc laborsÂ¬ Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum torney or submit any argument to in the South made him friends and In Â¬ Gen Wm Preston has returned fluence a rate that the committee of the House Mem sist andatwhen he gotnothing could re- Â¬ from White Sulphur His condition is back to Kenbers can lake the record just as tucky lie was virtually Governor of the critical and his friends have grave my opponent lias made it jip audi Stater Notwithstanding this he made fears in regard to his recovering iipon ruai tney can decide the a canvass m active that It so Impaired Mr Win Muir refused a bona case without interference from me his health that he never did recuperate fide ofler of fifteenhas cents for bis 18S7 Â¬ much interested in the proposi tion te move the Georgetown College from that place Louis ville Shelbyville and oilier places are anxious to have Georgetown fought hard to keep it Shelby ville offered big inducements to have it brought there but it has been decided to leave it at George town at least until the close of the present sholastie year Â¬ The red leaded woman and white horse craze has not struck Richmond yet Tlie next time papers 3ou see a red headed woman look For some time past the Bap and see if there is not a white tists of the State have been very horse in sight Â¬ DEATH OF GOV BLACKBURN Vanmeters farm of 4B2 acres seven miles West of Lexington be- Â¬ S31LL tween the Versailles and old Frankfort pikes was sold publicly last week hy Watts Parker Master Commission A S1 ASSIGNEE OF JNO FWHITE will on 64 05 per acre to Robert James er at of the county Another tract on the Saturday October 15 SS7 old Frankfort pike 123 acres unim- Â¬ If not sold privately before proved at 56 75 to L M Vanmeter at 12 oclocknoon sell on the premises without reservation to the highest bidder At the sale of Elder B J Pinkerton the following property viz things went cheap Horses sold at from S41 to S60 and cows at from 30 The Well known Stack Farm Containing about to 35 Mr Charles B Sullivan bought 91 acres with the houe at 91 an acre V L Rped bought 50 acres adjoining 0 ACHES OF his place at 73 au acre Mr Pinker Judge James Flanagan Winchester ton withdrew tiie farm last spring at The farm is in a fine state of cultivation Col Matt Adams 10 more on the acre thus losing some well fenced having on it a splendid Judge William Lindsay thing over 1100 Tobacco Barn and Stock Barn Judge G W Craddock The sale of Col T Corwin Ander- Â¬ good dwelling and outbuildings with Charles S Green sons Sideview herd on the first of the several tenement houses lying on Silver Willis L Ttingo month was a good one A large crowd Creek in Madison county i4 miles from James W Tate Whites Station on the was in attenancc aud most of the best SiUer Creek Turnpike 10 Menalous and Gen P W Hardin miles South of bred cattle were carriedto other States Richmond Gen Fayette Hewitt Also at the same time and place I will at good prices Some young bulls that E W Hines PROPERTY Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 io 3 65 2 50 3 00 2 40 1 4 35 4 00 2 75 3 25 2 75 2 00 Strictly CASH Easis The best goods are kept and sold oh very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE june22 tf 25 BUTCHER CATTLE 3 6o 3 25 2 90 2 25 2 50 1 75 1 00 Â¬ r were in 110 salable condition reduced the average Eighty six head realized 17335 averaging 20157 Â¬ AFayetlo county farmer and close observer says he bought 100 feeding cat- Â¬ tle 1 ast year investing about 5000 aud 100 sheep at a cost of about 300 The net profits from the sheep were greater than from the cattle He got 450 per head for the lambs aud raised more lambs than he had ewes The wool from the ewes brought 150 per head aud they sold weighing 120 lbs at 31 cents Â¬ nin Â¬ Â¬ Co virtue ot a judgment and order of sale ot the Madison Circuit Court ren- Â¬ dered at the March term 1887 in the above styled case the undersigned as The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ Master Commissioner of said Court will scription of Madison county to Louisville in On Thursday Oct 13 1887 and Nashville Railroad due18S7 February April July and October and iSSS BEREA will be paid on maturity at the Madison on the premises sell to the highest bidder National Bank Richmond Ky at public sale tf-C D CHENAULT Com The family of Mr I N Davis are already occupying his new house 33J The country east of Lexington is in good shape The larinera have not suf- Â¬ Mr fered for rain until very recently Warfield says he has never raised a beter crop of corn aud his grass is aboit as good as usual iu September Mr W W Estill sajs his crops are fully au average or over On Col Prew OF itts place iu Clark county corn and grass are line The hemp crop iu all this section is good and there is a large acreage Tlie offerings of live stock at Lexington court was mostly of com Â¬ mon milch cows oxen work mules and plug horses Trade was uot very J R ESTILL c vs lively though some sales were made at 1 Notice of Sale about the prevailing prices of last MATTIE R ESTILL mouth There was but little trade iu feediug cattle but good oues bring By Common to Fair Good to Extra Cows 2 65 Fair to Good Cows 2 00 Common Cows 1 50 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS 2 60 2 50 Best Shipping 2 3 2 50 Best Bologna 2 10 2 25 Fair Bologna 2 25 2 oo Fair to Good Feeders t 50 I 25 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 2 75 3 00 2 Co 2 40 Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers 2 oo 2 50 Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 2 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 00850 00 Fair to Good 30 oo4o 00 Common 15 00825 00 6 00 Best Veal CaUes 5 75 Fair to Good 5 50 4 50 sell the property known as Common and Heavy 3 oo 4 00 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy s 25 5 00 1 Good Butcher 5 4 75 4 5 which is a first rate flour and grist mill Fair Butchers 4 75 Common and Tail Ends containing the best modern improvements 3 75 3 5 with HOGS Select Butcher 5 5 5 30 Fair to Good Packers 5 4 75 Good to Extra Lights 5 J5 5 o Six Tenement Houses Blacksmith Shop Light Pigs 4 5 4 9 Cattle Scales and about Rougiis and Scalawags 3 00 3 50 20 ACRES OF FIRST CLASS LAND TERMS One third cash and the balance in one and two years with inter- Â¬ est from date of sale Possession will be given immediately JNO D GOODLOE Assignee -- I will offer at public sale on- P P Ballard Auctioneered spzitds 3 75 3 50 3 25 2 50 M B w GROCERY r- - ADRUFF ELLIS STAPLE Announce to the public and espcially to that large clvs groceries that they have opened a freh lot of HIGGINS v FAITCY HiOCEiLXi thi WHITES HILL ilPlilipi Watchmaker Watches Millers Residence anil Jeweler And other articles kepi in a complete jsrocerj house at Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Iliggins is not a new firm but has been in existence nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends ari share ot other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House ami New Trier- They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and metn t them Tliev know how to buv and how to sell and what ti want OALL AND SEE THEM mi TOBACCOS Quecnswarc Glassware IVootleiiYre O X CSt- - J 3EI S - PUBLIC SALE Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware etc SpeciRl attention given to Saturday Oct 15 18873 SETTING DIAMONDS Commissioners Sale 80 Acres of Land 3 miles AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES South of Richmond on the Lan- Â¬ caster pike adjoining the farms of John Promptly done and in a workmanlike D Harris and Jas A Ballard About LAND Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver E3 Dont torget the place next door the balance under cultivation will be sold in two tracts then as a to tlie Post office Richmond Ky It whole Sale begins at 2 oclock p m juneS2 If S2ltds C B McCORD 50 aeres m sirass manner Some ask 3 cents Heavy fat cattle were olF a quarter aud oilers of 4 cents were made cents laii Bonds y THE TIME TO GO TO Miss Grace Rogers of Philadelphia is the guest ot Miss Jennie Lester 391 ACMES PUBLIC o SALE and Lot GenÂ¬ ESJ EZ3 President and Mrs Fatrcliild have returned from their visit iu tlie North much refreshed by their rest Mrs Gerry who has been spending the summer at Orange N J reports such a wet season that beans are spoil ing on the vines Mr Morgan Burdette is recovering from a fall he received a few weeks ago He has suffered much and it is thought some of his ribs were fractured Fine Bio rassLana AND GET ONE OF HIS The Climax Prixtusg Company tip stairs corner Main and ond Streets Richmond Ky is prepared to do every variety of v I will on SATURDAY OCTOBER 1st 1SS7 sell to the highest bidder The trees in the college campus have been trimmed out to quite a bight giving a better view of tlie buildings as well as improving the sanitary con Â¬ dition of the grounds A new piazza built iu front of the Treasurers office adds to the beauty of that building also Salutaris Water brought direct from St Clair Springs Mich Kept only july22 tf bjJ C Hughes where Col C R Estill now and has for years resided It is a splendid farm and home elegantly and conveniently im- Â¬ proved situated about 4 miles from Rich- Â¬ mond Madison county Kentucky on the Richmond and Speedwell turnpike road on Little Muddy Creek Such a farm is rarely offered for sale It has been in the Estill family about 100 rears and is now only sold to close a partnership therein the plaintiff J R Estill of Missouri owning one half and the defennant Mattie R Estill owning the other one half She being an infant it required a judgment of the Court to sell the land and that has been done and the proceedings are all regular and such as required by law and the purchaser will get a perfect title This farm of fine productive rich land lies convenient to churches schools and turnpike roads and only about two miles from the depot at Fort Estill on the K C railroad thus giving rapid transit and connection by rail all over the United States North South East and West The dwelling house thereon is of brick containing My Stable head of well bred Spring Saddles CTOIB 10 HOUSE IFIRIILTTIEISrGr promptly and at reasonable prices In Richmond known as the Jefl try Stable together with five or six Trotting Stock Among them three nice filly colts by also one horse colt whose dam is out of Harry Wilkes dam one pony gentle to ride and drive one new break wagon skeleton wagon harness etc Sale at 10 oclock II CQTUL IT DOES BETTER NIL en Fi Vatican The latest styles in material and work always employed Z E Bush Auctioneer septH 2t ii H NEALE feseional Men Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen and body else can find at Ths Climax office precisely what they waut - BLUE GRASS LS0HTH1H0 BOD CO CO At bottom prices He also has a lull line of TSTJSST BABNi single s thing wanted To make a long story short everybody and anybody can find every thing and BETTER THAN Is beating them all making the best grade of J S Collins wants you to call aud see his special drives iu lace curtains and all convenient and is located on one and carpets aug31 8t of the prettiest building sites in the Tribble tea HiiQUf She Besoms 1C Proprietors Market Street - Lexington Ky DKA1ERS IN F ODSHEE MELTON nd double first class terial i nd best of work Saddles and Harness ma- Â¬ Whalebone Hovn Blount headquarters for 8ep7tf smoke house large new tobacco barn S Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ jack lot and stable all necessary out- Â¬ pets aud lace curtains is the largest buildings ever in Richmond and his prices the lowest aug31 8t county made so by nature with splendid forest shade and ornamental trees surrounding it Natural drainage all around it Two good barns corn crib Â¬ J Lightning Bods Iron Fencing Cresting etcM etc X0XB BUT THE BEST MATERIAL USED NEATLY AND PROMPTLY June 22 tf Plenty of Timber to fence and keep up the property now well fenced Fine Garden and Fine Oranges Banauas and Lemons received daily at Tribble Blounts sep7tf Best It is FRUITS OF ALL KINDS Â¬ A spring of cold pure water that never Canvassed Hams goes dry near the house water for family Breakfast --Bacon aud Dried Beef at use and for stock on the place It furnishes daily abundant water for hundreds Tribble Blouuts sep7tf ot the neighbors stock It is indeed Dont fail to see J S Collins 2 lace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Estimates furnished on application 12 tf JAS WILKERS0X Agent CEHTRAk TOIYEBSITY THE NEXTSESSION WILL OPBX HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND ALSO i i I 1 leal and Coal Pays highest cash price for Patented Feb 8 1887 quality Ob WodBosdaj Sspt 14 87 5 WHEAT June 2 tf o Guaranteed H3YS3 to fcreaL JUTEE STE0USE A CO 418 Bwar Xanafaetcreis FOR SALS BY i t t t DE HAVE SMITH OPENED A NEW 9 ambergerBIoomCo LOUISVILLE rvY JUIii curtains aug 31 8L A Home for a ECing Every can of goods that you buy and it may be 100 years more before such from Tribble Blount is guaranteed to another like it is offered to the public for sale be of standard weight and quality 8ep7tf store on West Main Street The Preparatory Department under the supervision of the Faculty will receive the undivided ntteutlou of Pro Â¬ fessors Irvine and Crooks nnil no pains will be pared to make this Madison fr J TERMS OF SALE I ity for the payment of the purchase mon- Â¬ six per cent interest from the day of sale until paid having the force gep7tf and effect of a judgment and payable to The lowest prices iu town ou cur- Â¬ the undersigned as Master Commissioner The sale will be at the brick dwelling tains and carpets J S Collins house on the farm now occupied by Col aug31 8L C R Estill H C Stagner and others Sale to commence at about n oclock m A fullliue of Freuch goods at Tribble J R BURNAM Blounts sep7lf M CVMCC sep2itds The above advertisement was prepared Finest Flour iu towu at Tribble and written by Col J W Capertort BIounts sep 7tf J IL Bl goods at Tribble same money The Dont buy cheap light weight canned cute purchaser will be requised to exe Â¬ notes with good and approved securgoods when you cau Buy standard Blouuts for the ey bearing Hardware Tinware They carry a general line of not take the regularcourse County School all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the same time give a thorough practical education to those who cau day October 8th 1SS7 JV1Y HOrVIE PLTACEi T will offer at public sale on SaturÂ¬ i d -- lEinEinii DBALBK IN FrNX- i Stoves aiyl Groceries They have the newest and best goods tail Dptmid wIIJ sell for CASH it the lowest gooJ price pond for stock water a tenement honse Mr Smith la a practical tinner of SFFoc Anther Information and and agood Blacksmith Shop IsuNm several years experience and he wil CQluhigue apply tw I location for a blacksmith do nil kinds of tin work rooting ami KS Terras ei3y BLANTON repairing In Uie best tdyle t lowest WILLIAM H SIMS june22 tf rates aug2i Gw sepL14 4t Ckancbxcoiu EXPENSES Tuition in College Classes pet term of twenty woefcs payable In iuVvaee4Se a Tuition In Preparatory Department Classes per term of twenty weeks SO 01 payable in mlvnnco w Incidental Pee tn CoUbrc for the year paywble in advanceS 01 With dwelling house of six roon Incidental Fee in Irapnrtoory tneut for tlie year payable In ndvnco 3 CO anil porch Splendid CISTERN Situated on the Barnes Mill pike 21 miles from Richmond The place ii immediately on the pike ami well fenced and consists of Whiskies Brandies Cigars First Street RichmondKy jnne 22 tf AGBES OF LAND LH Woatker PrsjAeney Strange Cut Tme Wiggins predicts well no well not Take a piece of paperj and upon it sftjj-- any thing about that he misses it put in figures your age in years drop- Â¬ V r DNESDAYSEPTEMBER 21 1BS7 every tl mo and well not bother about ping months weeks and days Mul Â¬ him any more tiply it by two then add to the result a A horse sold In Lexington Cwurt day obtained the figures 3770 add two aud Labor and Capital fur 1 So then divide the whole by two Sub Â¬ When a young man sits in the parlor tract from the result obtained the num- Â¬ Tobacco sold in Cincinnati last week making love to his girl thats capital ber of your years on earth and see if as higu as 41 cents When he has to stay in of eveniugs you do not obtain figures that you will Ml Col O H Clienault lias rented the after theyve married thats labor not be likely to forget for many a Co Jitlin Duncan farm day Chautauqua Circle THE CLIMAX RELIGIOUS Rev Green Clay Smith is engaged in a protracted meeting at Jellico Rev W E Arnold attended the An- Â¬ nual Conference of the M E Church South in Covington last week Rev Benjamin Lampton will preach in the Baptist church in Richmond on Sun- Â¬ day 25th morning and evening and on Saturday evening of the 24th Rev H T Wilson of the Christian hurch who tendered his resignation two weeks since was informed Sunday by his congregation that they would not accept it Harrodsburg Sayings County Evangelist Young assisted by Rev Mr Petry is holding a meeting at Corinth in this county There have been between 20 and 30 additions to date They will next hold a meeting at Salem The Cdnvdcation of Lexington Epis- Â¬ copal Church will meet at Beattyville to day The Rt Rev T U Dudley Bishop of Kentucky and a number of Tilts powder never varies A marvel ot purity strength other prominent Episcopal ministers will economical Ihan and wholesoiieness More the ordinary kinds nnd cannot be sold Iu competition with llic mul Â¬ be present titudes of low test shortlwelglit alutnor phos In Plymouth Church Brooklyn to the Sliate powders Sold only Wallcans N ItoVAL Y POWDEB CO 106 St congregation of which Henry Ward Jnue 22 tf Beecher preached so successfully for many years was reopened last Sunday after the summer vacation Mrs Beecher came from Stamford Conn to attend the ser- Â¬ vice and sat in the family pew alone GHIGKEN Rev Dr J S Willis of Milford Del E 3 iIka occupied the pulpit No action has been taken by the committee having the matter in charge looking to the appointment of the Mr Beechers successor It is doubt- Â¬ ful if Dr Parker ot London would ac- Â¬ cept the charge if It were offered him WEARE NOW OPEN And Will Continue Business We desire to inform our former customers and the public that we have rented the house adjoining the post office recently occupied by M H Stockton and will in a few days open up a new and complete stock of Groceries We shall keep the stock as full and fresh in all its details as we did in our old stand which now lies in ashes and ruin We kindly thank our friends for their patronage in the past for their kind words ol encouragement in this the time of our misfortune and loss and earnestly solicit their future trade Â¬ THB IN RICHMOND On Friday night in the basement Sen linve a little love Hunt it up and of the CbristianJChurch a public meet- Â¬ ing will be held to explain the system read it of reading and study called the Chau Â¬ The Kansas City Fair begins on tauqua Literary Scientific Circle All Monday fcjejtenibor 0th and continues who are interested in reading at home els days and reading for everybody are invited m sixteen liumsred feit down and no to hear about the Peoples College Cjsyet Boring has erased for want Stop It Boys of water A bullock on the farm of Wm Ar Â¬ Little Jesie MaujHii iufaut child of nold was bhot in the neck and also iu Gen W Maupin is very low expected the leg by a party of boys last week Mr Arnold says it is au ordinary oc Â¬ to die at any moment currence for stock of his to be thus In- Â¬ The bridegroom fraid Let her go jured He thinks it is careless anil Gallagher and a Boston clergyman reckless shooting and not nialace that married a couple in eighty becoiids causes it W W PigK Kttcr in this ise Circuit Court Rev R F Adair preached a very Hard on the Other Three ii interesting sermon last Sunday nt One ot our oldest exchanges in an Â¬ Tihity 1 K This not Frank Adair nouncing the occurance of a marriage says the If is true that doctors disagree hut intelligent bride is the beautiful and daughter of our esteemed they dont disagree hall so much as townsniau Mr tleir medicines do Burlington Free other daughters that areHejias three unmarried Press Are we to understand that the three Winchester has organized a natural unmarried daughters ars neither pretty gas company and will begin boring a or intelligent girls They have our well at once We wish her better suc- Â¬ sympathy cess than we have had Rapid Railroad Building The Railway Age soys It is prob-Â¬ A dog bitten by a rattlesnake in N e Lraska instead of dying developed hy Â¬ able thai the number of miles of new drophobia and bit fourteen bead of road constructed iu the United Stales during 187 will be about 12000 This catIe all of which died figure is the greatest on record It has Born to the wife of Harry Turner a never been approached except hi 1882 fine girl on Thursday September 4th when the total was 1156S miles Track of the regulation weight 10 pounds laying for 1887 up to September 1 ag Â¬ P S This is not our Harry gregates 6482 miles Kansas still con- Â¬ A man named Hnllingsworth and tinues far iu the lead over other States his wife have been arrested and lodged iu the work of railroad construction m in jail charged with robbing the Berea Found Dead post office three years ago Mr John F Garth one of Bourbon Young Housewife What miserable countys well known citizens was little eggs again You really must tell found dead iu his woodland pasture tl cm Jane to let the hens sit on them last Friday morning He was iu Paris a little loiger Union Signal during the day aud until sometime after night before he started He went Wm Arnold delivered on the 10th alone in his buggy and it seemed that 0 Lis month to Joseph Bales for after reaching his enclosure in which a 1 Mj Baltimore 3 head gwd many trees are standing that his Aeragiug 16SS pounds cf horse bad run away and ovei turned his Read the advertisements of Squire buggy iu such a way that he was Wm Willis and Ciias B MeCord- - caugh under it with his face to the They both oiler valuable pieces of land ground and his buggy pressing on or for sale Somebody will get a bargain near his head so as to smother him The September term of Circuit Court opened Monday afternoon with his honor Judge Morton on the bench Prosecuting Attorney Bronston Sheriff Deatherage Jailer Maupiu and Clerk Wm H Miller with deputies and other officers of the court all in their places The following Grand Jury D B Willis J P was empanelled Long W W Pigg L E Francis Ira Scudder S G Hanson John Tipton 11 H Colyer H W Haden Wm Bennett Geo W Ballew T R Stag Esom Burgin tier Daniel Benton Thos Phelps W Boulware L E Francis was made foreman A number of small and unimportant cases have been disposed of The following com- Â¬ pose the petit jury D J Simmons Edward Cornelison Sidney Shrews berry John Griggs J J Moore II D Kanatzar James Shearer Jr Squire Jennings Thos Oldham David Cosby T J Million J W McKinney Jno B Jones Josiah Burdette Wm Million W S JDuncau Talt Wil Iougliby T J Curtis J D Hendreu Jno W Shearer Hiram Jett Wm H Shelby Hendren Johu Deatherage Million John Forbes Jno B Parrish Henry Pigg Samuel Bennett Jr Such is Life THE PALACE Absolutely Pure DRY CLOTHIG GOODS Al SHOE HE w3 In AITEE Cholera Cure To those avIio are indebted to us we desire to say ve need money now and shall be glad to have them call at once and pay us their accounts Eemember our location next door to post office and come to see us early We shall be glad to welcome you All goods delivered free in the city limits Arnolds Building next door to StoufFsrs Clothing House HAYS O-ra-5 OF- - COVITCTON AENOLD Kext Boor to Post Office BE0 MATMONAL- - Within a few days there will leave our town a man that will be missed We refer to Mr C Stafford He goes with his family this week to Kansas City his future home When we think of his leaving we are forcibly reminded of what we heard a man say not long ago Speaking of so many Kentuckiaus going West he said yes the bone aud sinew and the enterprise of our State is all going West Mr Staffords pecunary troubles are fresh iu the minds of our readers first Ihe burning of his mill with but little in- Â¬ surance ps insurance on such property is so high iu a town but poorly prepared like ours to extinguish fire entailing a very heavy loss upon him The The announcement has been made of the marriage on October 19 at St Johns Episcopal Church Versailles of Miss Teresa daughter of Senator Black- Â¬ burn to Mr J Tweed Stuart of Cincin- Â¬ nati Rev M C Kurfees pastor of the Campbell street Christian Church of Louisville and Miss Sallie Eddy a member of the same were married Sept 15 at half past one oclock and left on a trip to the East They will be absent several weeks Hon W P Prcwitt of Kirksvillc and Mrs Margaret A Palmer of Point Lcav el Garrard county were married 3 ester day at 2 oclock p m The marriage took place at the residence of Mr John M Palmer of Point Lcavcl and was pronounced by Elder Milton Elliott of Squire John the Christian Church Hill of Union City was right hand man Mr Prewitt is one of Madison countys leading citizens The Climax wishes him and his bride long life and much happiness Irvine Street aug 31 2mos rgest Larg est Stoe AND T SU W UO V J trT zrri4m JL Â¬ BICHMOND KY ioof Mr Glass Resignation n Iry as 2Cew Years Day in the is with sincere regret that many Jewish i aleiidar ten days afterwards It wIl I ethe Day of Alonetnent It is a of our readers will hear of the resigna day of fatiug and is one of the most tion of Mr Glass of his pastorate of the Universally observed among religious First Presbyterian Church Mr Glass Jc ws eame to Richmond in the fall of 1878 It is known far and wide as the He has been foremost iu every good greatest cure for cliieken cholera ever work in our town and county and has discovered It is unnecessary to add endeared himself not only to his own that we allude to Ganlers Chicken congregation but to all irrespective of Â¬ Clu lera Cure which is sold by Stock Â¬ ton Willis says that A grape vine telegram Brutus Turner of Richmond is in New York buying all the bargains in dry goods he can lay his eyes on Well find out all about it and tell you later Read in this iSMie the advertisement lor the sale of the home of Col C R Ustill This advertisement was pre- Â¬ pared by Col J W Caperton who has long known the place and its beautiful inrrounding- Riv A P Cobb of Illinois will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian Church Oetober 2nd Mr Cobb is a very highly spoken of as a preacher and the congregation expects a season of genuine revival The marriage of Mr John E Harris of Versailles to Miss Gertrude Foster of Steinway Sons Harrodsburg occurred at the residence of Hazleton Bros Mr J W Chelf at the latter place at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon the ceremony Christie being performed by Rev Mr Chism of New England the Presbyterian church The wedding and other Pianos was a quiet one The bride wore a suburb religious viewHo will go to Cali- Â¬ travelling dress of blue cloth exquisitly fornia iu Oetober hoping thereby to Cottage Organs trimmed in silk cord with a magnificent Chicago regain his health more speedily than solitaire glistening upon her small hand elsewhere His congregation has not the bridal gift of the groom Immediately PIANOS AXI ORGANS FOR REST yet come lo any decision as regards after congratulations the bridal party en- Â¬ Rent applied as part payment the supplying of his pulpit tered carriages and drove to Versailles WRrjE For Prices and Terms and to the pretty residence of the parents Shorthorn Sales LUKE U MILWARD of the groom arriving atg r m receiving Oct 5th Sol Wright Ghent Ky 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky a cordial greeting from friends there as- Â¬ Shorthorn cuttle saddle harness and sembled At 10 oclock a lunch was en- Â¬ June 22 tf trotting horses and Oxforddoivn sheep joyed The bride is the daughter of Mr Oct 4th L M VaumeterJ W H C Foster of Colorado The groom Ky Short Â¬ Steenburger Lexlugton is one of the leading business young men horns of Versailles owning and conducting one Oct 5th R H Prewitl Pine Grove of the largest groceries in the town He county Ky Shorthorns Clark is the son of Nat Harris Esq one of the Oct 0th R A Spurr and H S wealthiest men in Versailles PERSONAL Reed Lexington Ky Shorthorns Mr and Mrs Harris have take rooms Shortest and Quickest lioute Oct 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th and Dr C S Holton has returned from for the fall at the Versailles House where Woodard Harbison Lexington 15th from they will receive their friends Chicago Ky horses smoke had scarcely cleared away be- Â¬ fore he had purchased another lot aud erected another mill Some of our enterprising wealthy men came to his rescue but of course he was in debt Hard times came and becoming en- Â¬ tangled in legal proceedings he was compelled to close his mill and cease operations Mr J Stone Walker be- Â¬ came the assignee The property had to be sold Mr Walker advertised it far and wide endeavoring to find a puiehn er for the mill and the valuable machinery therein The day of sale came In the mean time the drought as Kentucky rarely sees such aud other indications of a close money market crushing the life out of of every business aud enterprise kind The propel ty all sold low The mill brought only a Iiitle over 8000 instead of nearly three times that amount as it should have done It was nobodys fault simply a com- Â¬ bination of circumstances of which Mr Staflord and his family are the unfortunate victims It is a matter of regret to all of us We wish him suc- Â¬ cess iu his new home aud have nn abiding faith that energy and pluck such as he and his wife both possess will be rewarded Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will be pleased to have you call and convince yourself that GOODS can be bought as cheap as in any city as very few are able to compete with me buying and selling for cash only 30 DRY GOOD IWMHHl LHR UJ aug 24 ly Pianos and Organs SWEEPING REDUCTIONS SCOUBING OUT THE OLD PRICES SCRUBBING- II 100 OFF THE VALUE Closing Out the Old to Make Boom for the New at ULU Jnly22 tf STPZEZEIsrGr S I Â¬ ppa I am Sole A And Firiishiog GOODS m for the Sloe BmcncpiLu BLUE GRASS ROUTE 1 EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO SUMMER GOODS IN THE WAY OF uk jlS IIS IC Lawrenceburg Iud is happyhaving struck a fine flow of gas at the A Releasing Device dertli of two hundred and fifty feet releasing device for use in connec- Â¬ A It is believed that the well will furnish Kis enough to s upply the town with tion with horse stables lias been pat Â¬ fuel and light but other wells will be ented by Mr Mortimer M Shelby of Brooklyn N Y The invention pro Â¬ drilled vides a novel construction and ar- Â¬ A peculiar liquor law is in force in rangement whereby iu case of fire all Rockdale county Ga Only one per- Â¬ the horses in a given row of stalls may son in the county is allowed to sell be released at the same time and will liquor He is appointed by the grand be driven from their stalls by water jury sell for medical purposes and can Â¬ automatically dashed in their faces not to keep more than 10 gallons of spir-Â¬ from apertures in fixed pipes Scientific its at one time American Releasing machines are not so new A new bank will be opened for busi Â¬ as you might think They have been ness in a few days in Paris to be called the Bourbon bank The directors are using ihetn or atIeast some kinds of a J E Clay E F Clay C M Clay J releasing machines in Chicago for a T Hinion L Frank Amos Turney long time not however for releasing Col E F Clay has been elected Presi Â¬ liorces but for untying nuptial knots dent and Mr Buckner Woodford has and releasing their captives from matrimonial halters into which the been chosen Cashier Iufuctuated youth of both sexes have The sale of John F Whites farm run Iheir necks ami mill property is advertised else- Â¬ where in this issue to be sold mi Oct Tho Credit System 1 jlh Mr White was in our office on The Georgetown Times has a short Monday He says the sale is bona fide editorial on the credit system of sell Â¬ and will be made without reservation ing goods We heartily endorse what regardless of the prices offered The the Times says The authors views frm is in fine condition well fenced are applicable not only lo Georgetown tenement houses and but to nearly every town in the State c n inrin jrood shape Read the We know whereof we speak when we u vtrliemeiit say tbe credit system it more abused In Merchants Mr H J Streng proprietor of the Rieiimond than elsewhere L Uisville Store left yesterday for New cannot aff ird to buy goods on 30 and York He has gone to buy dry goods 60 days time aud sell on twelve months Jake bays he look a poefcet full of time aud then wait another six or ro s with him You know what eight months before getting their Â¬ tli means If you dont look at his money In Justice to some of our people we mint say that many are very aleruseinent about next week or the week after and you will see But prompt in settling their bills January but very many are w cwill give you a little idea in ad Â¬ 1st and July 1st but dont you tell anybody its not so prompt and there are not a few vance and goad men too men who are a secret It means tbee thoroughly hinest aud menu lo pay irgjins Busiuess their debts who never voluntarily offer Mr W D Oldham left last Monday to settle au account but wait to be fur the Eastern market to lay in bis dunned from one to a dozen times fallsiockof Dry Goods Bootf Shoes before paying it This duuniug bus- Â¬ C rpue e He says he knows a iness tnkeS valuable time aud besides is man in New York who is giving his exceedingly unpleasant goods away and he has gone to see The Stafford Sale him Will knows the value of a Tho property of C Stafford was sold d liar and when he gels home the BjRy Bee Cash Dry Goods Store down at public outcry last Thursday The on the corner will straw you just how mill property aud the stock on hand iriu h a dollar will buy The fact is consisting of sash door lumber office furniture and personalty sold very low they expect to run a house in compi tiju wpli the New York concern that probably at less than half their value The mill with machinery 1 AviEg goods away should have brought at least 20000 Cenfarcine It was sold for SS341 J H Powell Conference of the M E Church being the purchaser The stock on South met last week in Covington Jiaud also eold at a great sacrifice We wiI give next week the complete amounting to only about 500 in all list of appointments made by the The residence on east Main street and Bishop Conterence of the Colored the dwellings and lots on Irvine and M F Church met at the same time in Hallie Irviue streets brought fair prices Dr Wm Jennings bought the Harrodsburg Main street residence at 1001 J H A Hustler With A Iii II Powell the old mill lot on Irvine street Mr J p Mitchell of this city has at 51205 Henry Rice the dwelling on Ukm a position with our old citizen Hallie Irviue street at 765 nnd Bar Â¬ JUr W N Potts of the Stanford Rol- - ney Kelley the frame dwelling on Hnl- IerMnw H will travel In Eastern lle Inrlne street- - and lot adjolnhigatr jKfiitarky and proposes to supply the JSS7 The sale amounted in all to i hustler 15739 CaptPP Ballard made ihe beswith flour Jeff Is j w lb a big H and dont you forget it sile Bs-Boom- Mr S D Parrish has gone to St Nov 2d 3rd and 4th Clayton How- Â¬ ell W E Simms and J M Mason Louis on business Mt Sterling Ky Shorthorns Miss Katie Phelps has gone to Zenia Ohio to visit Miss Allison Miss Bessie Miller is visiting Miss Renick of Bourbon county Miss Bettie Arnold is a pupil at Science Hill Female College at Shelbyville DIED Â¬ CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO AIJi POINTS Died on the Sth inst Miss Sallie Rob- North East West and Southwest erts of Lincoln county of consumption XjISTIS She was buried in the yard at her mothBETWEEN ers home Rey Stephen Collier con- Â¬ ducted the burial services Lexington and Cincinnati Â¬ PAST BOOTS SHGSSS I am simply over stocked and must reduce same In Tullahoma Tenn on Friday Sept Capt R B Terrili was the guest of 9th Miss Mattie daughter of Wm L Senator Clay during the Paris Fair and Bettie Simmons aged 18 years Miss Miss Sade Wilgus of Lexington is Simmons was a native of this county and B Cornelison visiting the family of Mr W E Luxon a grand daughter of Robt Mrs Geo B Alexander wife of the Miss Estelle Lewis who has been visiting Miss Mary Burnam has gone home cashier of the Northern Bank of Paris died on the 15th inst after an illness of Mrs Thos Thorpe and Mrs Sam three days of neuralgia of the brain Her Ross are visiting in Louisville this week remains were taken to Nashville Tenn Misses Bessie Rayburn and Rella for burial Ilarber have gone to Missouri on a visit At his late residence in this county Mr Samuel Phelps Jr has gone to on Thursday September 15 Jacob Hugh New Haven Conn to enter Yale Col- Â¬ uely Sr in the 81st year of his age lege His remains were buried in the family H Blanton and her son Mr burying ground Mr Hughuely was one Mrs L L R Blanton are in Virginia visiting of the most substantial men in the coun- Â¬ ty quiet in his disposition beloved by all relatives his friends respected by all who knew him Mr Will Neal of Barton Florida who and a successful business man has been visiting his cousin Mrs A J Died in Columbia Mo on Thursday Reed returned home Monday Sept Sth Prof Joseph Ficklin Prof Mr Dan Chenault is home again a was well known in this State some full fleged lawyer a graduate from the Ficklin years ago He was at one time a Pro- Â¬ Law department of the University of fessor in Bacon College that afterwards Virginia became Kentucky University At the Mr F B Carr attended the Paris Fair time of his death he was Professor of 00 Friday He was accompanied by mathematics in the Missouri State Uni- Â¬ a trio of young ladies Misses Lizzie versity at Columbia Rice Dora Hacker an J Grace Million On Tuesday Sept 20th at 3 oclock Mr W H Wherritt and wife have a m Mrs Martha wife of Geo P located here for the winter Mr Wher Â¬ Deatherage Funeral Services will be ritt has taken a position as book keeper in held at the family residence this morning Mr Ja T Baileys store Woodford at 10 oclock thence her burial in the Sun Richmond cemetery Mrs Deatherage Mr John Van Lear has returned from was thrown from a buggy some three Winchester He reports his mother and weeks ago and received several injuries Mrs Eckton as improving from their in- Â¬ She was thought to be improving until juries received in a runaway some two within a few moments of her death weeks ago Hon Albert Gallatin Talbott of Boyle Mr Ed S McCord has entered the connty died Friday Sept 9th in Philadel- Â¬ Law Department of Washington and phia at the home pf his wifes relatives he Lee University of Lexington Va He having married a young lady in that city graduated from the Scientific Department about a year ago Mr Talbott was lat June and was Valedictorian of his f seventy nine years old and to the time Of class his last illness a hale hearty specimen of Mr W G Dunlap who has been writ Â¬ the gentlemen of the olden time He was ing such interesting letters to the Com- Â¬ a member of the last Constitutional Con- Â¬ mercial Gazette was one of the excursion- Â¬ vention of Kentucky and afterwards a ists from Lancaster who passed through member of the Legislature from Boyle town Saturday on his way to see Rome In 1855 he was elected to Congress and at the expiration of his term re elected Under Nero In 1869 he was a member of the State Miss Mattie Stephenson formerly a Senate and in 18S3 served in the House teacher in Madion Female Institute and devoting all of his energies during the af crwards assistant of Prof W D Mc sions to an attempted regulation of ses the Clintoek in his Chantauqua work now liquor traffic occupies the chair of English literature in Hamilton College Â¬ Â¬ HATS OAFS A013S TRUCKS HARPISTS SO NOTE THE PRICE Einest Embossed Gold Paper worth SI reduced to 50 cents Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents Schedule in Effect Feb 28th SOUTH BOUND Lvc Ive Lve No C DhIIv Ks San No 4 Dally fcSS 18S7 No 12 Daily Ex San 200 515 010 na Arr Iirls Arr LpkIdkoi Arr Arr Arr Arr Ive Arr 108 nan 12SW 8 b25pu pm 111 J 1130 tve larls pro iae MUX UteM OW IS YOUR CHAMCE AN OPPORTUNITY TUAT PRESENTS ITSELF ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME Winchester Rlcliiiiiiiid Lancaster Rowland Richmond Berea Arr LtvinghUni NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston uarrn Lvc Richmond Arr Lva Rowland Lve Ijinoaster Arr Richmond Lve Rlclimond Arr WIncheter Arr Paris Lve Lexington Lve Purls Lvo Cyntliluua Lve Falmouth Arr Covington -- am niu pm HfcS6um I1S5 fcSOpm 9S 715 SA5 8 33t o4o No 3 Tbe Bargains No 11 No1 arasoMMLoi I LOUISVILLE S2ve2sfiliing at RSBUG33B PRICES 1145 1100 ites fc9eOan1 If you want WWnm 618 838 some of them come early 79hhi 811 190 S 1S must have the room The price will tell at pm itai a in tW lra 215 arJ 815 213 p in 72j 825 8y se 117 1IMM STEMSS Sr Will open 21- STOEI JIT REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named lias 51 51S 615 WSAYSVILLE BRANCH- NORTH EOUND Lve CovingtonIex1ngtoii Carlisle Johnson No No Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 52 c in a few da3s a line of NEW FALL JACKETS Come and see them - GEO M WILLGING Julyl3 tf August tf H J STB3SM - ram- Arr Mlllerhburg iMayaville 73li 0 li Sat am J 203 fcai 518 612 700 715 pm teas SOUTH BOUND Lve MiiYvllle Carlisle rIllIanjlRirc Arr Pari Lexington Covington No No5S No 51 Dally Dally Ex Sun BxUun 5 am 835 -735 717 815 910 u IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR jL B nfl JPb 111 Johnson 12a0pni 1S 1135 2S3 21G 315 610 600 BTSTBB0Ba WW 1G3 Ss JL JULJnJgW n n e -- 45 lvc Lexington 800 arr Paris 842 p ni NOTE Trains 3 nnd 1 are dally fcetweon Winchester Lexington aud Cincinnati other trains are dally except Sunday Direct connection Is mode at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Starling Aslilnud Huntington Charleston W Va mid Eastern Cities FAST LINE No 5 nnd 4 run via Wln chesterHolId Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Vo and Winchester and Washington D C Through TlcUeU and Uucgage Checked tp any destination reached by n railroad Kor lull particulars addiess or call on any agent of the Company or 1 A FKKLY S Ki It MORSE Trav Passr Agt Gen 1nsir Agt Covington Ky LoxingfouKy n E HUNTINGTON EBCARR AgL Richmond Ky Receiver General Office Covington Ky The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them PJTEIT TRUSS FARM WAGONS 100 SID 10811 HIE Manufacture all styles and sizes Have just received and opened avlarge stock of East Trenton well selected Decorated Dinner aim Tea Sets and Toilet Articles Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles - which they offer at jnue 22 tl ESPECIALLY LOW PEIOES All Miss Mattie Bronston of Richmond Ky has opened an Art Studio over the Clark County National Bank nnd will teach music drawing and painting She parties owing W W PIGG is an elegant young lady and an accom SON are requested to call at our plished artist and we most heartily office at W C Gormleys shop and settle Tecommend her to our patrons She was the same at once Accounts not- settled a student of the Art League and Carl within thirty days will be placed in the hands of an ofilcer for collection Hcckers New York City which is a Parties holding claims againet us will guarantee of proficiency Winchester please present the same for payment Â¬ - lair Warning Wagons larraM Far One Year Mers MM fees ai i3 K39 Forks Yonr City Tax 13 past lue If not pml by September Is 10 per ceut will bo added according 10 the law B Av BAHLOVV City Collector Ofllce at Second National Bank The Best Material The Easiest Terms Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so TEAS atiglT If Patronize sun 3epit W W PIGG l SON JJ WEBSTER WAOH Brooks tlie druggist June 22 CO tf and all kinds of Canned Goods Juneli tf J X PITH AND POINT CHARMING CREOLES Women Noted for Their Good Featnres Bright Eyes ana Beautiful Hfrures BABY ALLIGATORS The Fanny Plaything or Northern CM1 dren Visiting In Florida IN SEARCH OF FORTUNES THE MODERN GREEKS Characteristics and Dress orthe Native of the Hellenic Kingdom Tho people in looks more resemble tho French than any other people of Europe though they have not the vi Â¬ vacity of tho French or Italians and the ancient veins of Greek democraoy and independence are full of lifeblood yet Somo one has said and a day in Athens will mako you fcol its truth and aptness that where there aro six Greeks there are soven captains They seem solf contained and They are polite but do not flatter by obsequious bows If a boy about the hotel has flowers to sell ho offers them to you asks you to buy but he docs not press them upon you or follow you There is littla or no an- Â¬ noyance in visiting old rains occa- Â¬ sioned by a numerous following of bog gars and persons with somothing to sclL I havo scarcoly been accosted by a beggar in Greece Ono may yet seo in tho streets of Athens a good many mon in tho Albanian or old Greek costume which is very pictur- Â¬ esque It consists of a very full whito cotton skirt or kilt bolted at the waist With and coming down to the knees this are worn close fitting long hoso or drawers very shapely and shoes with long pointed toes that turn up a little and are frequently ornamented with a rosette or pom pom at the point Over this is worn an embroidered tunic or jacket sometimes very handsome On his head a Greek of tho old school wears the soft Greek cap not a fez with a long silk tassel falling down on Tho movements of a his shoulder Greek are very energetic and his ap Â¬ pearance in this costume in tho strcot or in a crowd is very picturesque In the country about Athens in tho ex-Â¬ cursions wo have made I have seen this dress or a modification of it adapted to work in the fields worn almost entirely A Greek gentleman who had lived for forty years in Athens and one to whom wo are very much indebted for our great enjoyment of Athens told me that twenty or even fifteen years ago ono would hardly have seen any other dress worn It was really within a very few years that the common European dress has been adopted Tho Greeks impress me as a sober thoughtful looking people abovo all the southern people of Europe They talk but arc not loud and noisy and fiery in apperance as tho Italians This manner characterizes the children even They are not shy butindopendont they neither shun you nor mako advances they simply stand their ground An American lady who has lived here twenty years tho wife of tho gentleman above alluded to told me that never any whero had sho seen such eagerness for knowledge for study and for books as she saw among tho Greeks A book was moro attractive to a Greek boy or girl than any play Sho said little girls seldom played with dolls and she told mo an nnccdoto of a little girl whom she had in a measure adopted Somo one gavo her a pretty doll on Christmas Sho accepted tho present graciously but asked But what shall 1 do with it She said Greek children loved to go to school abovo all children sho had ever seen A Greek child could not bo kept away from school except by some very strong reaso rnd no gift or privilege could with a Groek child equal that of being sent to schooL In one of tho public schools in Athens there were at numbering 2600 pupils There aro also many private schools There aro also many private schools In Mss Muirs school formerly a mission school but scarcely that now there are 500 or 600 children Several of tho mission schools formerly very flourish- Â¬ ing here havo been dropped as tho Greek Governmentrequired tho cathe chism of tho Greek church to bo taught in all schools and somo of tho mission teachers felt that thoy could not con- Â¬ scientiously comply with the require- Â¬ ment Athens Cor Detroit Tribune HOME AND FARM She is an obediont and respectful Slio Yes I daughter a faithful wife and a dovot pappose its too late to see him to Â¬ ed mother She is soft of speech and night Judge has a grace of manner which gives a Erery one admires bravery but charm to all she does Well educated many a big barly man is afraid of the and accomplished with keon wit sho woman who trembles at the sight of a makes a brilliant figure in society but mease Philadelphia Herald is nevertheless an excellent manager of hor housohold and givo3 a most Mr Smith goiie abroad Yes ray husband is on the continent for his caroful supervision to every detail that health I thought he was well will enhance the comfort of her lord oaowgh No there was a weakness She looks diligently after the physical in the spinal column of his ledger N and intellectual i elfare of her chil- Â¬ dren especially are her daughters Y Herald trained under her own eyes in Never did things by halves Bat Jeektes all that goes to mako woman My daty I ought not to dodge Te star roffl ray ledge taat right lovely mind in and person SaM bis wife Bat wfceeerer you go out to Their tasks for school arc conned You manage te ledge oat all Bight by her side their music lessons aro Washington OrUic practiced within hor hearing that sho Herr Professor You haf a re may detect the least false note Sho shares in all their amusements she is raargaply bowerful fence my vreat Basso Yes do you think it will fill thoir companion thoir confidante their St James Hall friend They come to her with all thoir llerr Professor Pill St Chan Hall Ach my vrent little hopes and fears sure of hor it vill not only fill St Chames Hall it sympathy Whon her daughter is vill empty it Pimek grown the Creole matron blooms If somebody will rise and oxplain again into a rich second youth hor how it happens that a flannel shirt will own girlhood is ronewod in that of a stapidly persist in creeping up about a child they are scarcely mothor and fallows neck while his socks as perÂ¬ daughter any longer but a pair of versely festoon themselves around his loving sistors The young girl is edu- Â¬ sboe tops he may not achieve immor Â¬ cated in a convent and leads a se- Â¬ cluded cxistonce until she is launched tality tat he will deserve to do so into society to and then in the joyous Fmtt River Advance life that bursts upon hersh3 is al Â¬ Young Man Is it true Doctor by the same that smoking cigarettes tends to soften ways surrounded care that guarded her the brain Physician There isU be Â¬ watchful Young girls are not lief to that effect but with all our childhood to go into society boasted modern scientific appliances it allow 01 without being accompanied by their can never be verified Young Man Why Doetor Physician Because motliors or some other married lady as chaperon one of the many Creole nobody with brains ever smokos them customs which has been generally VmPopuU adopted by the Amorican residents of Two old friends lately quarreled at the Gentlemens Driving Citib and New Orleans These young girls are often wonder- Â¬ on parting one of them remarked Good features hand- Â¬ As I am going abroad I have made fully beautiful my will and I have bequeathed to yon some cyos and graceful figures com- Â¬ wy whole stock of impudence The bine to make tliem very attractive their beauty being not infrequently other replied You are very generous as well as kind yon have left me by Oriental in type tltough the vivacity of their manner marks litem as essen Â¬ far tfee largest part of yonr estate tially French in character V Y Ledger -Many Creole women are i cry accomplished Mamma Dhl you enjoy the re They have a skill in music and paint ception last evening my dear In tins Ctatra Oh ever so much It was ing that is often artistic literary clubs which society women simply delicious I met Mr Albion and his manner k just perfectly ex have inaugurated of late years in New qtriaHn We danced ever so many Orleans the American ladies have times Mr Albion Where is this been astonished to find the Creole ladies quite as well posted as them Â¬ charming young gentleman from English in literature I think he is from Chicago but his selves manner is so perfectly English that while possessing a much greater you would think he had always lived knowledge of the literature of other countries But an accomplishment in New York Tid BUe still more attractive to the impecunious young man seeking matrimony is the HOTELS OF LONG AGO exquisite taste with which these mahl Description of a Typical American Inn ons fair will fashion their own gowns Jireeted In the War 1807 In 1807 William Hodge Sr built an and bonnets wlien circumstances require them to make these things at addition to his log bouse in Buffalo and established a tavern about which home The Creole women have in herited their French taste for dress REFORM IN MOROCCO his son William Hodge wrote thus Thfe noble mansion consisted of two and in a greater degree than other How the Sultan or That Country Fnt ai rooms on the lower floor with a wide Americans the- rogard the fiat of End to Kief Consumption hall between them It had battened Paris as tlie supreme authority in all Reform is enrried w ith a high hand matters concerning the toilet Also in Tangiers door naked peeled beams and win- Â¬ No public meetings aro dows of 7x9 glass The north room was the Creole women of all ages and all necessary no long speeches need bo used as a parlor sitting room main classes are devout Neither social en- Â¬ made in the city councils As soon as Â¬ kitchen ami dining room The south gagements nor weather nor other ob the mind of the Sultan of Morocco is stacles are allowed to interfere with room was the more public one There settled upon any important question the the eye was caught by large black let Â¬ Are discharge of their religious duties he nieroly indicates the course which they not somewhat superstitious ters on an nnpainted door telling the Some of them it is desirable a little so perhaps in pursue and ifthat his subjects should visitor to Walk in and there too they do not take his was tit latch string hanging on remembrance of voudou stories told somewhat forcible hints woe bo unto them in their infancy hy old negro the outer side of tbe door them Recently tho faithful of Tan- Â¬ This nurses New Orleans Cor Omaha Re room also contained the giers were informed after the morn- Â¬ bar publican which was ing prayers held in all the mosques partitioned off in one corner Under the shelves stood that their sovereign had determined CHRISTIAN GETTING the whisky and cider barrels and on to forbid the sale or purchase of all in- Â¬ them were the kegs of brandy rum The Grave Krror or Dividing the World toxicants especially of tobacco snuff Into Two Classes The Gliors and the and kief and gin and one or two kinds of wine a preparation of homp Getters as Madeira and port May be there One of Jean Ingelows later poems Think of cutting off a Moor from tho was also there a keg of shrub or pepÂ¬ privilege of his pipe permint cordial and occasionally one tells the story of a faithful and earnest That His Highness was in grim of met begin Sometimes in the proper young minister who became thorough- Â¬ oarnost was speedily made to appear ly discouraged because of the seeming season tbe bar would contain a barrel Â¬ failure of his work among tlie very for a few hours after the promulgaof sprnee beer home made of course tion of the decree two soldiers found poor In spite of all he could do he There was no lager beer in those days smoking kief were put in irons and The sugar bos and money drawer were appeared to make little impression up Â¬ cast into prison Many of tho towns- Â¬ on squalor drunkenness sin and people who had made to slide under the front counter not oven hoard of tho board The white sugar then used death At length in real experience edict were soundly bastinadoed for and in dreamland vision he was made came in high tapering solid cakos disobeying its provisions and certain called sugar loaves done up in coarse to see that he had seemed to fail be Â¬ old smokers who could not at onco Wwwa or black paper A fow mayyet cause he had come to think that tho break themselves of their bad habits whole be seen The liquors sold at two woild was sharply divided into were cast into prison with the pleasant classes those who helped and the bar were always measured those wim received help and that prospect of being flogged ignomini out in the wine glass and gill these two classes never exchanged ously through the streets Tho shops cup in or larger quanti- Â¬ in which intoxicants had been sold members He felt himself a doer were closed ties when desired Cider was sold by and large quantities oi the pint or quart red peppers being and giver entirely responsible for kief were burned in tho market place tbe welfare of those lie aided Processions of added and in oohl weather it was set ragamuffins paced tho and in fact belonging to a different upon coals and embers to heat The streets exalting the wisdom of tho mixed drinks furnished at the bar were religious cate The idea that he could Sultans proclamation and hooting learn termed slings and were made of outcastand receive benefit from poor the snuff stained handkerchiofs which children or starving men nover they carried sugar water and brandy rum or gin upon long poles entered his head nor did he stop to well stirred with the sugar stick Such arbitrary think thnt God and not he was re-Â¬ too extreme even measures may seem Hot slings were made the same way in so good a cause except that a hot iron was put in to sponsible for things whon man had but tho Sultan has reason for severity temper them a slight sprinkling of done his best Not until suffering and Tobacco is not strictly allowable for nutmeg being regularly added A despondency had cleared his mind did believers in tho Koran and kief is the he learn that this is a world of mutual sangaree was made in the same wav inseparable companion of Moslem do mnng wine instead of tbe stronger helpfulness and instruction in which genoracy It is against this articlo we learn as well as teach and receive liquors Nearly all were as much in the that the now crusade if wc may so habit of using these different kinds of benefit from others as truly as we give characterize a Mohammedan agitation liquors as beverages as people now are it is directed It is ono of the most in-Â¬ This young enrate with his half sidious of ueing tea coffee and even milk of narcotics supplying its vic- Â¬ The fire daee in this bar room and that acknowledged idoas that lie was re- Â¬ tim with celestial visions and beatific in the north room were without jambs sponsible for the moral universe and serenity for a time and ending by tbe chimneys being built with split had no lossons of courage and trust to dominating his soul and body like a sticks and plastered That in the north lonrn from his inferiors was not alone tyrannical master Youths Compan- Â¬ in possessing those notions A good ion room was furnished with a trammol pole and trammel with hooks to many excellent people talk about re- Â¬ VIGILANCE REWARDED match for hanging kettles ota over ligious work and charitable organiza- Â¬ the fire The hearths wore made of tion and beneficences of all kinds just How a Gernvin lollce Officer Wore the stones gathered from the fields The as the curate did Tliey are so ac- Â¬ Cross of the lesion of Honor chamber rooms were used for sleeping customed to give out that the idea of The Schnnebclo case brings back to purposes An addition built on the taking in hardly occurs to them mind an incident in connection with cast side of the bar room was used as Hence a good part of their well doing the secret political police which oc a back kitchen and wash room It fails of its propor result and thoy come curred iu Stuttgart in 185C At that dangerously near the sin of giving for time King William of Wurtcmburg had bad a sloping roof being a lean to The ffae piaee was built in one corner some other sake than Christs Un- Â¬ arraigned a meeting of the Emperors of of it and the chimney and hearth were consciously the idea of mastery of France and Russia in his capiloL of dispensing ones Great was tho inflcx of visitors and of the same materials as those in the proprietorship own in ones own way steals in upon still greater the fear of an attempt other rooms Buffalo Express the sweot and loving charity we aro upon tho life of tho ruler of France bidden to strive for The Lord wants Besidos tho whole of the homo police THE KAISERS ESCAPES all our lives strength money and in- Â¬ force all tho gendarmes that could bo Reminiscences ol Two Attacks on the Life terest in our fellows but whon we havo spared were ordered t Stuttgart and of the German Uinpernr given all I had myself been in Berlin when sponsible he and not Ave must be re- Â¬ tho mon of both services put in civil- Â¬ for tho result With tho vast ians dress recognizable both attacks were made upon the life of however the Bmperor when Hoedle shot at and noble increase of religious and by a secret badge On tha part of tho work which has so Fronch authorities a whole brigade of hiin from the crowd and Nobling from philanthropic a wiudo r overlooking the celebrated brightly characterized tho ninetconth detectives under tho direction of M street Unter den Linden A curious century now closing there lias grown dHirevoy had also been sent and tho little incident occurred upon the latter all the while this idea of corporate united forces placed undertho immedi Â¬ occasion As the Emperor was going benoficence of raste holpfulness of ate ordors of the Municipal Director to his afternoon drive in the Thier the division of tho world into great Councillor von Major Unbeknown to garten be asked an attendant stand- Â¬ clans of givers and takors No belit-Â¬ tho latter M dHirevoy had himself to ing in the hall of the palace why such tling of the vast results achieved sinoo takon upon bring this century began is included in ones with him somo six or eight an unusual and gayly dressed crowd reflection upon this thought but rathor of the smartest mouchards who wero thronged tbe streets They go to see tbe Shah of Porsia tho farthor uplifting of powers that al- Â¬ to watch closoly not only the rest of his ready havo done so mucli good How mon but also tho Stuttgart police By your Majesty was the answer Ah then I also must put on gala can wc give nil we now give and a lucky accident or a clcvor trick attire the Emperor remarked smil Â¬ more and j ot oliminate ovory trace ol Herr von Major discovered the French Â¬ ing and forthwith took from a table unconscious Pharisaism S S Times mans ruse and scaicely had thso moucliards arrived and fairly installed his Prussian helmet replacing with themselves at different hotels when Liability of Railroads its steel plating tho military cloth cap ovory ono of them was arrested and which he had before placed on his A now ground for suit against a rail Â¬ promptly brought before him In vain head When a few hours later he way company has just boon established was brought back to the palace in France A painter named Board wore their assurances that thoy be Â¬ longed to the profession Horr von wounded and Wedding the helmet while traveling on the Paris Lyous M ijer turned a deaf ear to their solemn was dented in several places where road was attacked by a robber and protestations and quietly told them tho mixed shot Heed by Nobling had seriously wounded Ho sued and got struck against the raetaL ILid the un Â¬ damages the company being hold reÂ¬ It is useless to try to deceive ine resisting cloth been there instead sponsible because tho construction of your colleagues havo been personally who oan toll how different tho onding the cars did not afford sufficient pro Â¬ presented to me and I know every ono of thom M dHirevoy pleaded his of the tragedy might havo been tection Tho judges decided that Two or three days after the attempt Â¬ thorc was a gonninc contract between best in thoir favor but he had to ed assassination the old monarch tho passenger and tho company the humblo himself and acknowledge tho Tho asked to see tho clothes he had worn tickot constituting the writton instrn corn Major next morning early Herr was sent for by tho Emperor on that fatal day Looking at the mil Â¬ niont and that tho raiiroad pcoplo von Napoluon who personally handed him itary cape riddled with shot and the were bouud by it not only to bring tho cross of a Commander of tho Legion dwits in the eagle capped helmot ho Uks mun to his destination but also to of Honor adding smilingly that ho had turned to those standing by his bed tflbrd him protection during his jour Â¬ ncvar bctn hotter watched in his life aWe and with tears in his eyes Enid ney and thoy rofused to entertain tins to tho marks of the ballots question that tho company were as American flcgislcr pointing Thank God it was not ono of my own obliged to conform to tho rulc- - of ne A Brooklyn child has recovered Berlin men who did that Blate Administration n regard to tho model four thousand dollars from a railway wooed Magazine of tho can or five lingers lost Y Sun to mrrowi dear We stop the press this morning to spit on 6ur tHads And then lie irent at the old lrcr again Dans viUeJireetc He And may I sco your father The aristocratic Creole lady is often a model for the imitation of hor sax From Florida comes a suggestion in answor tothe question How shall I amuse the baby Give him a baby al- Â¬ ligator to play with In Florida ono grows very familiar with the little gatcr as apct Ho Is perfectly harm loss True ho has within him tho possibility of growth till his scaly back is ton feet long and his mouth as wide as a collar door but there is no danÂ¬ ger that ho will ever hurt a baby Oh no baby will get thoro first Tho poor llttlo gator will be potted to death while yet his mouth is only an awful possibility and not a means to protest against infantilo cruolty Tho ani Â¬ mals may be soon in all tho curio shops of tho many Floridian winter resorts averaging a foot in length Thoy arc exhibited by hundreds in zinc bottomed glass casos covered with some three inches of water whero they lie in dormant layers showing no sign of life but a tap on the side of tho case will rouse tho inert reptiles to a wriggling mass that scramble actively to got out of reach Tho little croaturos aro great pots with children who aro not afraid to take thorn in thoir hands and to thoir bosoms or lay thorn against thoir cheeks with loving caresses as thoy would a doll or pot kitten They arc a cheap plaything costing but seventj fivo conts and aro very moderate in their wants A small tub half filled with water and a board laid slanting wise with ono end in the water upon which they can creep up to sun themselves and twice a week a bit of beof tho size of an En Â¬ glish Walnut is all thoy roquirc to sustain cxistonco comfortably A cheap pet and a charming ono the children think who every year tako hundreds of thorn North in per forated boxes The first possession of them is a groat delight to their small owners who in thoir extravagant ad- Â¬ miration tako thorn out of their boxes in the hotel rooms and allow thorn to run about freely The lively little roptile with his cun- Â¬ ning head uplifted and black eyes peering curiously about has a trick of darting suddenly and disappearing in stantaneously under tho most careful He has also a fondness for watching a warm bertli and is more than likoly to turn up upon search in the folds of babys frocl or if tho infant be asleep ooily nestled about the little ones neck with his pointed head rooted under tho plump chin Should baby chance to waken he will laugh and coo and clutch at his slippery cradlc matc who will slip away from tho little fingers as if it were greased Children have no repugnance to the young gatcr on the contrary they love them and oncourage their famil- Â¬ iarities and arc never tired of watch- Â¬ ing thoir droll secretive ways Wash- Â¬ ington Post wealth soon to come from an immense estate in England Like almost all ex- Â¬ tremely large families tho Sands have poor relations relations comfortably well off and rich relations who aro prominent and to a greater or loss de Â¬ gree influentiaL The poor members of the family dream of wealth as a means of obtaining pleasant homes and full stomachs those who are already in comfortbblo circumstances seo visions of increased business or profes- Â¬ sional advancement while those now wealthy anxiously await tho British gold that is expected so that with tho Addition to their present possessions they may shino and sparkle with even more brilliancy than at present A tradition has long existed in tho family that each and every mem- Â¬ ber of it from the puny infants to the oldest white haired patriarch would The story which the be wealthy Sands children heard at their mothers knees and told again and again to their own children and grand children was something like this In somo way or other unknown now Queen Elizabeth became favor- Â¬ ably impressed with a struggling young English parson named Edwin Sandys It may bo that ho made his coak a sidewalk for hor dainty feot or that his cloquonco in tho pulpit attracted the notice of tho fickle Queen But as tho story goes she conferred honor after honor upon him and finally mado His estates were him an Archbishop large and by careful and judicial man Â¬ agement they were increased so that at his death he was one of the wealth- Â¬ iest of tho divines within the Queens domains The property descended by inheritance to Captain James Sandys who did not enjoy it long as his loy Â¬ alty to the Crown was impeachod and he was obliged to flee to this country in 1633 and the estates were confis- Â¬ cated Until lately they have remained in tho possession of tho Crown About five years ago the matter was brought before the English Parlia Â¬ ment and the British lawmakers wero led to sec that an injury had been dono to tho memory of Archbishop Sandys which could only bo rectified by sur-Â¬ rendering back to the heirs of tho un- Â¬ fortunate Ciptain tho property which had been token from him over two hundred years before Tho estates havo suffered nothing from remaining intact and have increased many times over their former value and aro now estimated as being worth 75000000 in round numbers a small fortune for each of the two thousand heirs When tho descendants of Captain Sandys learned what Parliament had done mpasurcs were taken to find out who aro entitled to share in this wealth Advertisements calling for relative3 resulted in many thousands of answers and so far 1800 have sat- Â¬ isfactorily proved their kinship Tho name in the American effort to shorten every thing that can possible be cut off at the end was changed to Sands so almost every one of that namo has been spending weeks in pouring over old Bibles and looking over church and civic records to find who his or her ancestors were Charles Estabrood city librarian of Newburg has token an active part in the work and has been officially ap- Â¬ pointed to receive and classify the names as they come to him Ho has been kept busy in his task for his av- Â¬ erage daily mail has nowreachod twenty five letters Ho will publish a book giving tho genealogy of tho Sandses Meetings of tho members of the family who livo in this city and adjoining towns havo been hold at tho homo of Joshua C Sandors Although Mr Sanders has Sand as a part of his namo ho bears no relationship to the English progenitor but his wife was a Miss Sands and she has been activo in bringing the family together Tho meetings so far havo boon perfectly harmonious aud none of the elements that disturb tho blissful serenity of many family gatherings havo crept into these assemblages Exactly what course the family shall take has not yet been decided upon and will not bo until all tho relatives have been heard from However a lawyer has been employed and whon tho proper time comes ho will go to England to represent tho SaniUes N Y Trib- Â¬ une MEAT IN Every one who has Sands in his or her namo is now dreaming of great Nearly Two Thousand Members of the Sands Family Yearning for 873000000 Try a cloth wrung from cold wa- Â¬ ter put about tho neck for soro throat A spoonful of vinegar in boiling meat makes it tender Tho fiesh of rattlesnake whon cooked is as whito as milk and very delicate Boil pears from twenty to thirty minutes twenty for halves and thirty for whole pcara using six ounces of sugar to a quart can of fruit If swino aro to bo kept on tho farm tho best profits will be found in tho finest breeds that run into matured moat tho first year SL Louis Repub- Â¬ lican Even on tho best regulated farms Honco old stock may bo injured wells half hiddon ditches and such like should bo covered or filled up Window plants that appear yellow and sickly aro generally found to bo suffering from two much water and too much insect To remove stains from cupi or other articles of tablowaro or marble ized oil cloths rnb them with sale ratus either with tho finger or a pieco of linen Meat Cakes Ono cup of chop-Â¬ ped cold meat and tablespoon of cat-Â¬ sup one cup rolled crackers ono egg Make into cakes fry In hot lard Baptist Weekly Fow creatures possess in a greater degree tho virtue of gratitude and natural kindnoss than tho horse Ha i3 slow to forgive an injury but never forgets continued kindness Flour Gems Ono cg ono table spoonful of sugar two tablospoonfuls of button one and one half cupfuls of sweet milk three teaspoonfuls of baking-powder two and one half cupfuls of flour Beat well havo your gem pan hot and buttered Pour in and bake quick Boston Budget Orange Pie Rind of ono ornngo grated juice of two six tablespoon fuls of sugar yelks of four eggs ono enpful of milk ono tablespoonful of flour a littlo salt whilo baking beat tho whites of eggs with two table spoonfuls of sugar put on the pio and Uso this samo recipe for brown lemon pic using water with lemon in the placo of milk Toledo Blade Whon a varnish a few days sub- Â¬ sequent to having been laid on loses its gloss it is said to have clouded This accident seldom happons except in damp weather A varnish freshly spread and exposed to damp air be- Â¬ comes covered by a mist which leaves its marks upon it This defect may be remedied by exposure to the sun National View When your cane seat chairs begin to wear out mend tho break the best you can by weaving in cords or if very bad replaco with a piece of can- Â¬ vas securely tacked on put on a gen- Â¬ erous layer of cotton batting or curled hair and cover with a pioco of any kind of upholstery goods an em- Â¬ broidered pattern crazy patch work or a largo log cabin block Finish tho edge with furniture gimp and fringe if dosircd Tho back may be finished with a simular panol In- Â¬ dianapolis Journal The farmer who keeps a flock of twenty five or thirty hens with tho usual accompaniment of a hundred or moro lively chicKs and allows them to share his domain in common with him- Â¬ self his other stock and farm utonsils finds perplexity and most abominable company at every turn The hon at large in her multiplied form is worse than an army of locusts and hor fol- Â¬ lowing as offonsivo as a pestilence N Y Observer ON THRIVING CROPS How to Secure a Fair Yield of Vegetables Sown from Seed In tho case of almost all crops sown from seed where they are to stand as beets carrots parsnips and turnips many moro plants come up than can perfect themselves if left to struggle on alone Just as soon as all danger of insect enomies has disappeared tho careful cultivator will begin thinning out This is dono by hand or with a hoc An expert with tho latter imple- Â¬ ment in large field culture can striko tho plant which ho desires to removo almost unerringly with tho corner of his hoe leaving those which remain at equal distancos apart Those not quito so dexterous must have recourse to hand thinning Whichever way is used it is fatal to leave the work until tho plants are crowding each other Any of tho crops named above should stand finally not less than nine inches to a foot apart Young beets and carrots can both bo used henco may bo left thick at first to be thinned as wanted for tho tabic Onions may bo loft closer together than any other crop we know of If tho plants are two or throo inches apart in tho double or triple rows and tho soil is rich tho onions will spread over and crowd each othor into one solid mass Peas can easily bo injured by sowing too thickly double rows throo inches apart alter- Â¬ nated is plonty thick enough for them Plants that are transplanted as tho cabbage cauliflower and the like do not suffer so much by overcrowding Annual flower seeds sown in tho open ground whero they aro expected to flower aro vastly benefited by giving each plant plenty of room in propor-Â¬ tion to tho naturo of its growth This is so true that if left vorv thick as Uipv visually como up and allowed to strug glo against each other as tho wild weeds tho strongest manago to get high enough to flower perfect their seed and finally die of starvation Tho samo kinds of plants with abundances of room will on tho contrary continue to flower perhaps all through tho sum-Â¬ 3STO3X03E3 LIVE STOCK MOTES Our aacounts fw 1867 to Jswy b J Eight Folnts for the Consideration of Farmsrs and Dairymen- ready and tltea who are iiMhrbtctl Tho owner knows his cows and can us vill please oall awl i vilVe at one breed thom intelligently and by select- Â¬ Covington Aknou Bko tho most ing and rearing tho best in N II Those who owe n fnr careful manner will soon bnild up a will save CMt by enllliijf sintff bettor herd than he can buy He has C A 4 Bk JutytVtf ani Â¬ a sympathy and affection for tho mals nursed from early calfhood and if he bo a kind and gontlo master his cows have an affection for him which not only renders thom docile and good natured but moro profitable At times a dairyman or stoefcman must got now I U blood into his herd but this is best dono by procuring n bnll and a young calf is the bost to have as it is reared With tho hord and becomo3N acquainted ffissssWTrtS AND with it so that there is no disturbanco fEBBflsTu or quarreling whon the bull is intro- Â¬ duced 2 In buying now stock beware of I prepared to do all kinds of tho hippodrome or so called combina- Â¬ No man sells off his best tion sales BDILDING AXD CONTRACT stock Tho poorest goes to the sale There it is boosted by all the arts of WORK tho professional auctioneer and tho AT THE MOST bidding of agonts who are not buyers as it were to lead on but teasers Many the too hositating purchasors a man has rued his bargains thus Is prepared to supply his customers with the best procured but to save appearances ho ami in the best manner Lie is bears his cross in siloncc or makes I113 thoroughly educated Carpente sad complaints like the song bird to ami builder ami those contempt the silent moon ins buiidiiiK will do wdl to aenm 8 One can roar calves with much A calf does not need an estimate from him economy cream sweot skimmed milk or whey Office at his residence on HaJbt with linseed and pea moal to replaco Irvine Street the casoine removed from it will feed ATTHELO WEST PRICES Jnly22 tf juue22tf as good calvos as ono need have Bono and muscle and a large capacity for digestion aro required for dairy cows and indeed for beeves if the fattening propensity can be put on to these But sweet milk and sweet whey are indis- Â¬ These may be soenred by a pensable A GOOD STOCK OF Deep set- Â¬ little good management R1ERCHAKD3SE ting of tho milk will secure the ono GENERAL and heating and carrying from tho at the best country stand in Mad J factory in closed cans made perfectly We will be glad to I ison county cloan will secure the other show the stock to any one wishing I 4 Fancy points do not pay It is ELLIS IIIGGIXS the broad backs deep sides and to buy round hams which mako profitable jun22tf Silver Creek Ky pigs and not the short necks and turncd up snouts which seem to bo running away for want of a body to be rooted upon that make the prime bacon pork and ham for market or i family 5 All kinds of stock should havo summor shelter Sheep suffer exceed- Â¬ ingly from heat and tho loss of milk tolls the story a3 regards the cows A I have jiwt ojiened a New Bar Room in First Street Fine simple roof supported upon posts if one has not a few shady trees for tho purpose will be a great comfort to our domestic animals 6 Every young tiling about tho Sciatka Cac u- StfatebM farm goes to grass naturally the first Xz- Lumtago Syzaiat A thing colt is eating HiMLxatism t Ere Strciai grass alongside of its Jam some ld Xesf A Stitcbaa Bamsi calves are nipping tho SeaMt StiffJasata Serre young grass in tho orchard and a Stiaajs Baatarte Wcrr on BHa aK brood of chicks only three days old aro Swfcer dougla v E WALLACE BUIXBEB coiyrTK ag t o it Eates The lier Seasonable Fork Sausage and Mutton FOE SALEP o SlLsi aJiill lUUiit teiang crnaEa WHISKIES three-weeks-o- BRANDIES CIGAHS ETC Hand Umm jr - Constantly thelt picking the tender blades here and there Then let farmors provide grass in abundance for young animals It is the cheapest food 7 Properly equipped for their work veterinary surgeons may bo true holpboarers It would pay a stock- Â¬ man dairyman or farmer feeding ten head to give a dollar for each one to have a competent veterinarian visit his herd onco a mouth and bewithin call on emergencies and for this sum con- Â¬ tract to attend upon and treat all the sick animals of the herd or farm If swine breeders and dairymen were to act upon this principle there would bo a sudden end of hog cholera and pleuro pncumonia for tho surgeons interested in preserving health of their charges instead of breathing out slaughter would put in practice the abundant precautionary methods to CALti AND SEE ME Toim McKenna utie22tf Â¬ Baaiaaf Carcti Spaix rot-it John Dykes will furnish ice to the citizens of Richmond and iunitv thi season Now i the time to make contracts for de liery His headquarters are at the grocery store of J E Djies on North Second St apr 13 O of tfro lost wol forth yr the Xnstmas Unionist la four a nppHeaMIH Inaytjodyarr- - Tbe LaaAersMH nerxLlt tu tz The UonmrH Ht r r j Cracii THIS COOS OLD STAr-3nrrinnslsil u twf t iu Jrxly icVt beach TheCKnafrrstaadalsforlts Tbe Mechanic Mads It a Tit v- r tf rillMTIMIJIIJII fcl PL UJU II mi II I SUMMER Summer as housekeepers know is tho time whon it is difficult to hang meat long enough to bo tender without ts becoming tainted Some advise that the joint bo securely bound with stinging nettles and hung np in a canvas bag Another simple way is to moisten a clean cloth with malt vinegar and wrap it round tho meat while a third plan easily carried out by country residents consists in cov- Â¬ ering tho meat with buttermilk which must be renewed every second day r sv4 Buttermilk is said to be hUIA 4ai soakms old came hares esneciallv which can bo mado tender by tho treatment Tho same authority is loud in the praise of salicylic acid which has no injurious effect on tho system while tho antiseptic properties are great To prepare it put a drachm into a wine bottle and fill up with lukewarm water Meatjust commenc- Â¬ ing to petrify should be brushed over with this at intervals of a fow minutes for half an hour then washed in warm and lastly in cold water Dry well be- Â¬ fore cooking if it is to bo roasted Another way to use the acid is to dis- Â¬ solve a quarter of an ounce in a pint of cognac Two ounces I S I of this solution may bo added Taking the Census with advantage to each quart of liquid used for preserving fruits Another I have a scheme to make some use soak tho papers for laying on jam money when tho next census is taken in tho solution those that touch the in Dakota said one Sioux Falls man preserve wo mean not tho outer wrap- Â¬ to another What is it pers Why Ill mako a proposition to tho Joints of meat will koop good even in the hottest weather for a month il Legislature to tako the census of tho plunged into boiling fat and when towns at about five dollars per town cool wrapped in straw thon sewed in and mako a whole barrel of money Why you couldnt mako a cent at canvas bags and hung in a cool place Venison is said to be delicious il that rate Couldnt hey Well I know I could sprinkled whilo fresli with a mixture of charcoal giuger pepper and pimen- Â¬ get rich at it I can take tho census of to all in powder afterwards sewed up a town for fifty cents You sec Til and buried six feet in the ground whero give a man half a dollar to hitch up a it may bo left for weeks It must be sick horso and drive it out on tho main washed before cooking at a brisk fire street and let it lie down and then aft- Â¬ Salt should never be put on meat to bo er about fivo minutes Til get np on tho hung it has such a hardening ten- Â¬ wagon and count em Dakota BelL dency Desirable in Every Way Perhaps few things are purer and Gentleman to New Jersey landlord more efficacious than a weak solution Hike tho houso very much How of permanganate of potash for restorÂ¬ ing game meat or poultry already about mosquitoos Landlord Well or aro you a resiÂ¬ tainted How often will a fow hours work tho mischief in sultry woather dent of Now Jersej Gentleman Yes I was born an the meat changing to such an extent as to appear almost immediately raised in Rahway spoiled However by washing in the Landlord Tho houso is full of mos- Â¬ liquid it can bo sweetened As long quitoes np to about Christmas as the liquid changes color that is Gentleman All right Thon Pll loses its pink tint and becomes greenish-btake it N Y Sun rown It must be renewed When In PaVitka Fla tho other day a St ceases to change color tho meat will do After this treatment it is mora gentleman purchased a cabbage from suitable for braising boiling or stow-Â¬ his grocer intending to have it for ing than for roasting and baking al Â¬ his dinner Noticing that a littlo holo was in ono side of tho head ho began though It may bo so treated if well in dried and floured CasseWs Family to prywhenafter tho manner of legal men ho discovered an under Â¬ Mugastne sized troo frog had taken rcfugo in tho cabbage as a bug in a rug Cab Â¬ Tho theatrical aud kindred proÂ¬ bage will not form ono of tho dishes of fessions claim about 10000 persons in his houso for somo days to conic Great Britain Cikago Timet Some of the Most Efficacious Means ol Preventing Its Decay PATENTS The Laws In Relation to the Filing of Fe tlttons and Specifications Tho applicant for a patent is required first to file in the Patent Office a peti- Â¬ tion on oath or affirmation that tho in- Â¬ ventor believes himself to be tho first to frame tho invention and does not believe that it has been known or used before and this must bo accompanied by a full description of the invention with drawings and a model whero it is possible It is not at all necessary that tho invented article shall be sent to tho Patent Office but if a model in min- Â¬ iature can bo mado of it that is essen- Â¬ tial The application must be in writ- Â¬ ing addressed to tho Commissioner of Patents and if tho inventor is living his signature must accompany it no matter who makes tho applica-Â¬ tion Tho description of the inven- Â¬ tion must specify tho manner of con- Â¬ structing and using it so clearly and fully that any person familiar with tho art or science to which it pertains can make and uso it These specifications must bo followed by tho claim in which the inventor shows very plainly tho part improvement or combination which he claims as purely his own dis- Â¬ covery It is quite important that tho specifications should bo well and care- Â¬ fully prepared as patents havo often been refused and indeed havo been declared Invalid after granting be cause of defective specifications If on examination of specifications and mode the invention is found to be quito new the inventor is so informed and letters patent as tho official papers are called are sent to him on payment of tho money fees A feo of 15 is re- Â¬ quired on filing tho application and 20 moro when tho patent is issued Chicago Inter-- Ocean TO OBTAIN avoid and ovadc these diseases 8 Whon not shorn of their rightful endowments agricultural colleges af-Â¬ ford tho best opportunities fov young men who have a liking for live stock and a desiro to loam how to care for them and treat their ailments to pur- Â¬ sue this purpose to a successful end It is best for every student to seek out tho collogo in his own State and de Â¬ mand that his application be properly met This will be a sharp spur to laggard States to put their agricultural colleges in working order to moot in a sufficient manner the requirements of their citizons Cor N Y Tribune POTATO Work ot KY UNIVERSITY LEXINGTON KY Cheapest Best Business College in the Yorkf t Ulshrat ITonor ul Gold Mfdal orrr til other CaltegM sa 1 M rld Fxp9tIo for Svuo of BofcKcplnff Central RutlncM EJnctIoit SOOO Crsdaatra In lluftlneM 10 Tarhere emploTL Coat ofFaU UbbIbca Course tnctmdlna Tuition Suilocery and Board abMt avO Wrlttns Trlrsraobr tclUin f hort lland TrptKov GravlaatesGaaraiiUeilSacceas For ooeatloii Enter dirihutUmi Willi arlwSmlUiFr tItiUigf on K nnmmnyilnl Pnllnnn UUIUIIICIUiaiUUIICgC lotKasaisltfelsarauBdiraci ta7 The Mack Trued jsaa r Inj fcs it as as salldoto for tsa n Ln h zn 1 co nf t wh jh ssaeraHisd t t l The SIcrcLit kc It alxes friend sad safrat reltaaca The SMeek crewer Breda K It wI3 thonaasals of dollars aad a world of i hw Tag Kallro tJ N la-- The 5teaBirft ma arthr iSstatH ttln rralrnlrtejaiuaitor- The HerKe feectcr aada - I cad his stock yard The 3Iiaereedttiaeweorri The PIoaaterBSosblt a1r j uv The Farmer aaeds it - h -- - -- nlf -- his employees Accidents wH aapi these ccme the Xaang Iicuc en Kccpi Kottlein tho Hobik- - n econoio use In June 22 tf j cae of avuljtfi Keep a Bottle ase whea Xee9aRotteisi tiicFartcri v ain Alwijsu I June CULTIVATION Accessary to Obtain Crop or Tubers a FroUtable To a considerable extent the yield of tho potato crop deponds upon tho cul- Â¬ tivation Good seed good soil and thorough preparation are also neces- Â¬ sary yot wo may give all these and if wo let the crop tako care of itself tho result to a considerable extent will bo a failure Whilo each aro in a measure necessary yet at the samo time they aro depondont upon each other in securing the largest yield Having the soil thoroughly prepared boforo planting is an important aid toward making the cultivation easier It also enables us to commence oarlior than wo othorwiso could Clean cultivation is very essential We can not secure the bost growth of potatoes and at tho same time allow a good growth of weeds and grass I find it much easier to destroy tho woods when small Not only can tho work bo dono much easier but the crop will bo ablo to derive a larger amount of benefit Taking an average season I prefer to koep the soil roasonably level If the season is wot more hillin can be used to a srood advantage lm- cause it is necessary to secure good Byirtywscg5gygic CggsczgogiL al2ttbavz 3iamrj TssTlTianrt Sfefellls SpStSttZ OTffRSf SSWk3J HaMffi Si a I l v I L1 1 3 S L 1 ij til Ijlli 3 J 4 aptlL jj 7T I 3nli 11 i Srtakrr I I 1 is IS j l ollsnaro I I I 3t13rJ I I MJMJ I 1 3 M u o 13 u IS S 7 w aSloj ll uUBna-tjlr M 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intelligent horses It i3 csscntinl that tho soil said a trainer recentry are ofton ner-Â¬ shonld bo kept looso and mellow and Tns Climax Printing Company up stairs corner Main and S vous Thoy aro quick to notice quick tho weeds bo destroyed as thorough- Â¬ to take alarm quick to do what seems ly ond Streets Richmond Ivy is prepared to do every variety of as possible Tho to them in moments of sudden ten or those conditions are observed nearer pro- Â¬ necessary to escape from posblo vided of course that during tho dry harm from somotliins they do not un- Â¬ season tho soil i3 not disturbed too derstand That is what makos thom deop tho bettor will bo tho yield both shy bolt and run away Wo can not in quality and quantit- - If ono good tell what awful suggestions promptly and at reasonable prices harrowing and three good cultivations things offor to their minds It my with tho cultivator will secure theso be that a sheot of whito papor in conditions that is all that will bo nec- Â¬ tho road way seems to tho nervous essary horse a yawning chasm the opon front to hoe I usually consider it necessary -over the rows as unless tho HOUSE CEETIIL IT DOES BEHER of n baby carriage tlm jiws of 6oil is very clean it is somewhat diffi- Â¬ dragon ready to devour him and a cult to kill out tho weeds between tho man on a bicycle somo teriifyinqjsort jf hills in any other way Usually har Â¬ allying devil without wings DrecUy rowing once hoeing howcverhe becomes fnniIiar with those first two cultivations twice after tho and then giving objects and he is entirely indiffsri it a thorough cultivation to finish up tothoni Therefore when your horso this will bo all that is necessary un- Â¬ shies at any thing make him acquaint- Â¬ less tho soil is vory foul with weeds ed with it let him smell it touch it Givo tho most of tho cultivation during with his sensitive upper lip and look the early stages of growth Cor closoly at it Ho may not learn all in Farm Fieldand Stockman ono lesson but continue tho lossons nud you will cure your horso of all Within tho last fow years only has nervousness1 N Y Mail and Ex Â¬ it been pos3iblo to obtain exceedingly press low tompcraturos By evaporating rapidly liquid laughing gas with Horrible Vindictiveness ether in a vacuum a temperature of 140 decrees centcrsrado was ohtalnpd First Saleslady What a vindictive jSinco the classic experiments of Pictet girl that person over at tho umbrella ana uauiotet in 1873 on condensin TIig Jntfist slvlas in material md work nlwavs employed- Is counter tho stable gases and even tho air to n Second Saleslady Indeed fessional Men Merchants Tfarmm R StonlriTion- - Tradesmen and T liquid remarkable results In low torn First Saleslady Yes She told Mag pcraturcs havo been body else can fiud at Tub Climax office preoKOly what they obtained Thus gio Root yesterday that sho wouIdnH M Wroblowski by rdlowing liquid givo hur a mouthful of food If she was hydroffen fcmt to cseana and vnnnri drowning Tid Bils produced a temperature of 211 dogrcca contcrgraae or SHO degrees Fahren Â¬ a Toughnut street is tho nme of tha heit At this temperature neither principal thoroughfare in Tomlntonc gases nor liquid exists ami all mattar U solidified 0 YEAR CTOIB 10 strao prhsttiitg HI A i II Jv Y MTNVr - and anybody can find every thing and thing wanted To make a lone story short everyto