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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - VOLUME I LOCAL DIRECTORY I Â¬ v- - - I J EICHMOND COMMON MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Â¬ WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1887 If he put up a dollar on a string game he wisely figirered dat de odder fellar had eighty- four chances to his sixteen He realized dat de winter brought chillblains and de summer mos quitos an he sought to put up wid both complaints I shall pronounce no eulogy ober his remains While he was anxious to lib in order to enjoy wattermellyons green con possums and odder luxuries of life he knowed dat de sooner he died de longer he could rest Sunday mawnins an de less wood hed hev to cut to keep do cabin fiah goin It ar needless to pass reso- lushttns of sympathy fer his wifel one hggers on our sympathy wnne at cte same time she doan reckon on gittin a cent of our money ar needless to resolve dat our loss ar Brudder Watsons gain We doan know which way he went an we probably nebber will Detroit Free Press Â¬ the Host Through a small aperLODGE DIRECTOKY rlBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY S E Scott ture they receive holy communion BY THE MASONIC a linen veil TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT Iron grating and Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd First Monday in January 1st Monday guard the small opening through and 4II1 Tuesday in each month Co Climax in June and 3rd Monday in October J SPEED SMITH W M which they make confessions B J Newlov Secretary TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT PRICE PER YEAR 200 They never undress for repose Third Monday in March and SeptemRichmond R A Chapter No 16 ber FRENCH TIPTON but spend half the night in prayer meets 3rd Tuesday in each month Wm G WHITE J Editors TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY AND and keep except in extra cases of W F FRANCIS H P COUNTY COURT D P Armer Secretary illness a perpetual abstinence Quarterly Court fourth Monday in They make almost RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO 10 January April July and the 2nd Monday from meat Regular meeting first Tuesday in each in October every thing they use even tov month Visiting A Wilkes Smith D D S ously invited to Sir Knights are courte- in County Court of Claims 2nd Monday shoes and medicines If a parent July attend County Court first Monday in each of one of these nuns dies the an- J SPEED SMITH Z OFFICE Malu street two doors Eminent Commander month rnouncement is not made to the june22 tf above Second TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT D P Armer Recorder nun herself but in general terms First Saturday in every month Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville C MORGAN DDS it is said that one of them has lost COUNTY OFFICERS meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month County Judge J C Chenault by death a father or a mother as fSrOFFICE Main street over Modi County Clerk Thomas Thorpe T E SHANKS W M son National Bank Richmond Ky the case may be County Attorney J A Sullivan J M Smith Secretary June 22 tf Sheriff N B Deatherage THE CLIMAX Printing PLEAS COURT theycan just see the elevation of sure gas wells were struck and in corps some districts wells were sunk quite near to each other Gas was lighted as soon as struck as is done in this country It is stated that one well with its unusual pressure by induction or back draught pulled down into the earth the burning gas of a smaller well resulting in a dreadful explosion of a large district Â¬ Â¬ I J M W NUMBER 15 Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner Clerk W H Miller CLEARING THE DECKS Clearing Up All Broken Haines of Goods in every De Â¬ partment of our Stock almost without price There is no room in our house for a dollars worth of goods to be kept over from one season to another every nick of space is needed to accommodate the enormous stock we intend to place before our customers shortly for the lall trade The fall trade is close upon us and it is the policy of the house 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 close some watch on your newspaper as onr first announcement for fall goods will appear and it may give y pointers that will assist you in Â¬ Professional Cards J DR J M POYNTZ AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ son County Ding Store june22if Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month JAMES M UOEN W M J C Witt Secretary Waco Iodge No 338 at Waco meets 4th Saturday in every month D G MARTIN W M W T Fielder Secretary Million Jailor George V Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda CITY OFFICERS DEMOCRACY AND LABOR Albany Argos G W EVANS M D rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at june22tf son County Drugstore Union City meets 2nd Saturday in even month JOHN HILL W M DR J TAYLOR John G Taylor Secretary Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Daniel Doonc Lodge No 454 at Fox RICHMOND KY meets 3rd Saturday in every OFFICE Second street over Mntll townSANTKORD OLDHAM Wmonth M june22tf son County Drue Store Jacob H Shearer Secretary City Judge HC City Attorney A City Collector R City Clerk R G Rice A Barlow Dunn J Reed CITY TOLICE T J J D Feeney and J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL DR JOHN M FOSTER Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKee Fourth Ward J W Caperton D Mitchell Berea Lodge MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs June 22 tf Oilers ids professional services to the public Office same as Bennetts law office up stairs over Herndons drug store and Second streets Ci rner of Main julj27 ly Rclimond Ky sst Saturday J C Davis Secretary No 617 at Beiei meets Wm M ADAMS W M DRPHIL ROBERTS DR U ternoon AY C AMBROSE KY oclock in the af Â¬ FORD Office hours 2 tu 4 June 22 tf Boards at Mr J C Lickeys T SEXSMITH MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON services WHITE HALL KY CTcre his professional public to the aug17 iyr DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY the public Ofleres hN professional services to Aug 17 Office at Joe Gentrys tf Hardin VY Bright A M M D rilYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street over Madi son I ounty Drug Store I want It di tinctlv understood that I am the only one in Richmond that un Â¬ derstands the thorough use of ttie MiTiicopeniuI Chemistry as applied to examinations of titties and fluid of the human body I only mention thi for honet protection My signa- Â¬ ture will lie attached to each vxamiua nd Saturday and Sunday Republican and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor Rev Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev 23mchly Uj Richmond Predestinarian Sen ices 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E II Burnam Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev B S Hunting Attorneys At Law Union 1st Saturday and following Sun Â¬ RICHMOND KY day Pastor Rev John G Pond Special attention given to abstracting Viney Fork 4U1 Saturday and Sunday titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Pastor Rev J A James Offiee in Climax building S E Waco United 2nd Saturday and SunCorner Main and Second Streets up day Pastor Rev 22 tf June stairs Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday BURN AM in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Elder M Campbell RICHMOND KENTUCKY CATHOLIC A R Bur Â¬ OFFICE with C F Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ nam on First Street June 22 tf days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father Haley Cleveland Richmond District No D P Armer Second The creation of a at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Bureau of Labor Statistics signWillis at Court House 1st Saturday Lyman Parrish Constable ed by Grover Cleveland LJ Frazee Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million Third The appointment of a Boone Encampment N040 meets every at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th prison labor commission for the first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Saturday J S Chenault Constable Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv State signed by Governor Hill Union District No 3 Albertis Parks WL FARLEY C P L J Frazee Scribe Fourth The creation of a at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R State Board of Mediation and Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No N Lantcr Constable signed by Governor 3 meets second Thursday in each month Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton Arbitration at Odd Fellows Hall at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Hill R A BARLOW Captainn Moorcsat Waco 3rd Saturday Charles L J Frazee Clerk Oldham Constable Fifth The creation of Board of KXIOHTS OF HONOR Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Factory inspectors to inspect Leeland D Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets Kingston 4th Saturday eterly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday every factory in the State signed George Young Constable Hall at 7 oclock by Governor Hill W Glade District No 6 James M Wood BENNY Dictator Sixth Improving the tenement Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal at James Tevis Reporter loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday houses of New York and amendR G Ballard Constable CHUPCH DIRECTOKY Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton ing the building laws of the Slate at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander in order to add more comfort to BAPTIST Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M the wage earners signed by GovCane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday Fouler Constable Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren ernor Hill and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A pard Seventh The Saturday Half Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday S D Carpenter Constable Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Holliday and Labor day laws Million District No 9 J M Long at Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New signed by Governor Hill Saturday Partor Eld A J Tribble by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday These are only the principal Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday James A Harvey Constable Pastor T L Lawson measures of relief signed by the Kirksville Brick Church Saturday two Democratic Governors in four and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames Local Produce Markets 1 Â¬ 11 Â¬ I00F Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Hatlon Main Street M B ARBUCKLE N G JUSTICES OF TIIEPEACECONSTAIlLESAND PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER That the Democracy of the State of New York has been loyal and true to every interest of labor can be ascertained by a glance at what has been dono since January 1 18S3 under the administration of Governors Cleveland and Hill Here is a list which can not fail to interest the wage earners of the State and convince them who are their best friends First the abolishing of all con- Â¬ tract hat making in the prisons of the State signed by Grover destroying the inhabitants thereof Lake Foo Chang rests on this district The same catastrophe is imminent in tins country unless the laws restrict further developments in boring so many wells Should a similar explosion occur there will be such an upheaval as will dwarf the most terrible earthquakes ever known The country along the gas belt from Toledo through Ohio Indiana and Kentucky will be ripped up to the depth of 1200 to 1500 feet and flopped over like a pancake leaving a chasm through which Lake Erie will come howling down filling the Ohio and Mississippi valleys and blotting them out forCommercial ever Cincinnati Gazette Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LAYING June 22 tf 1IST YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES RAMSEY Proprietors OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky KENTUCKY CONFERENCE Sliaekelford JEJLbILi Gentry Co Methodist Ministers Appointments by the Bishop Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on Main street and Those marked with a star are chang Â¬ ed Lexington District Hand Lexington J R Deering Paris A Redd PE G They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of Frankfort E Wright KENTUCKYS POLITICIANS DRINKING CHEWING SMOKING AS AND TO Versailles and Mortonsville H Henderson Mt Sterling F W Nolaud Grassy Lick and Mt Zion A New E P Gifibrd Winchester J H Young A New York correspondent of North Middletown F K Ktruve Mt Hope E C Savage the St Louis Republican thus reNieholasville D B Cooper views the habits of certain promi Â¬ Spearsville Miss J W Ison nent Kentucky politicians with Georgetown T B Cook New Columbus J R Kendall respect to drinking smoking and Hintou W Y Chamberlain chewing Editor Central Methodist S Nolnnd For instance says the writer Chaplain Penitentiary H H Kav Col Watterson never uses a nnaugh cigar or chewing tobacco and it is Danville District IF Filch P E Is He Correct Â¬ Yorkers Opinion Nugent Old Fort CJ All Kinds of HAEDWAEE STOVES and TIN WAEE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Hoofing O uttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Done in the most Workmanlike Erlanner Iff OMTS BUT THE BEST OF WORKMEN EMPLOYED ALL WORE WARRANTED FULL WE SELL LINE OF To The Trade Til 33s t Farming Implements Known A CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING E JaaStr Â¬ Â¬ WEEKLY BY COVINGTON CORRECTED ARNOLD BRO GROCERS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY years EXCITING ELECTIONS Richmond Ky Sept Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs 16 1S87 Louisville Times PARRISH TURNER Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens - 23sC 45c 1 Â¬ Attorney at Iaw Attorney at Xa ra JOE J A SULLIVAN ET DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden RICHMOND KENTUCKY5U1 Sunday PastorEId J W Harding OFFICE mi Fin t street same as Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ occupied by County Judge formerly day Pastor Elder Colier octG ly Miller Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew S BRONSTON Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman RICHMOND KY Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Office on Secood street next door to Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds June 22 tf Garnett House RichmonJ Services every Sunday at 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school SCOTT at 930 AM Prayer meeting Wednes Â¬ day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D McClintock RICHMOND KY Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor Office on Second Street June 22 tf White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor CTS Elder L H Reynolds Attorney at laawj Attorney at Xiaw Attorney atKYLacu RICHMOND Office on Second TJ POWELL Street EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services even Sunday at 11 A M and at S P M during the summer months Friday at S P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard June 22 tf Attorney atand adjoining Will practice in Madison Lalra A J REED METHODIST Â¬ College Hill 1st Centenary M E Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ ing and night Prayer meeting every alcounties nun in the Court of Apjteah Â¬ Office in Master Commissioners ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F office over Circuit Clerkj office Grider jure22tf M E South 2nd Sun College Hill day morning and night Praj er meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pas tor Eld D II Marrimon Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Â¬ Pastor Providence every Sunday Largest and most complete stock in Â¬ Central Kentucky Our motto Best Rev H B Cockrell Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ GoodHaud Lowest consistent Puces day at 1 1 A Mt and 7 P M PastorRev CARROLL W E Arnold 77 and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky PRESBYTERIAN Boston Herald dec 22 lyr A STARTLING PREDICTION Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th The Via Merulana Convent in Sundays Fornians Chapel 4th Sunday Rome will remain in the posses Two hundred years ago in China Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor sion of the nuns until the death of there was just such a craze about RevWm Crow Richmond South Sendees every Sun Â¬ the last one of them when the natural gas as we have in this day II A M and jy P M Prayer meeting every Wednesday night Pastor property will go to the city The country to day Gas wells were Rev H Glass remaining Franciscan sunK wan as mucn vim and vigor Richmond North Services 1 1 A M sixteen P M Pastor nuns who are called the Sepulte as the Celestials were capable of SPEED SMITH Agent and 3 Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun Â¬ Vive are still in the old monas but owing to a gas Siher explosion that days RICHMOND KY Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A tery where they once received a killed several millions of people lis rents or exchange nil kinds of M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M visit Irom the Princess of Wales and tore up and destroyed a large Real Estate on reasonable terms and Pastor Rev L H Hlanton D D These nuns some of them ladies district of country leaving a large represents firt clas Fire mid Life In Â¬ Â¬ SEEDS r Â¬ GRASS AND FIELD citing political campaigns that I2SC Kentucky has ever known The i52oc 50 1 7522 co first was that of 1 S55 when TalEggs IOl2c bott who had been a Whig and a Wheat 6365c Flour Si 253 00 Know Nothing joined the DemoCorn per barrel Si 2502 50 party and was nominated Hay per 100 lbs 402500 cratic Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs 40050 for Congress in the Fourth district Lard Tallow 2X3C against Judge Fox father of the Beeswax i5oc candidate lor Governor of the late Feathers io35 Meal 75Soc Prohibition party At that time Oats per bushel 40500 Kentucky elected Congressmen at Orchard Grass St 25 1 20 German Millet the August election following the Timothy Seed 3 ooj 25 expiration of a congressional term Oats in sheaf i Choice blue grass seed 65075 and the canvass was made during Red top seed 7S5 The Sweet Potatoes 12 501 50 the extreme heat 01 summer Fourth district as then constituted OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS had never 6ent a Democrat to Congress and the majority against the party was overwhelming but WHEN 6HE TURNED HER BACK Talbott was in the prime of life Philadelphia Record Mrs Cleveland from her eligible full of energy pluck enthusiasm position on the balcony of the and vigor The district was canLafayette Hotel on Broad street vassed as never before Beverly had a most favorable position to L Clark candidate for Governor view the marching troops while and Elijah Hise the Nestor of the she was a conspicuous object to Democracy spoke in every county tile thousands congregated at that while Talbott made two and often point About the time the Ohio three speeches every day The militia appeared she was observed result was his election by a major to closely scan her programme ity of six votes Two years after Sne reached over to Mrs Whitney ho was a candidate for re election laughingly and whispered some- and his opponent was his nephew thing to her As Governor For William O Anderson Another aker who has been conspicuous red hot canvass resulted and Tal in the Grand Army condemnations bott was elected by sixty two Then followed the war and of President Clevelands Confeder- vote Talbott retired to private life ate flag order was nearly abreast of the hotel the Presidents wife from which he occasionally emergwas observed to turn her back to ed and served one term in the the street The crowd which was State Senate and one in the State Age closely watching both Mrs Cleve House of Representatives land and Governor Foraker at never cooled his ardor and until once jumped to the conclusion the day of his death at an ad that the Ohio Governor had been vanced age he was the same restless pushing energetic and insnubbed defatigable man he was when he made the famous canvass of 1855 NUNS WHO NEVER SEE A MAN Â¬ -Â¬ I35c The death of Albert Gallatin Talbott recalls two of the most ex- Â¬ iiI2c ioi marvelous to him what seduction anybody can find in the stimulant But he occasionally takes a glass of wine Senator Joe Blackburn has not for some years touched liquor in any form but he smokes big heavy high flavored cigars and a good many of them a day and if he is where he cant smoke he tucks a bit of dark plug tobacco under his tongue Senator Beck on the other hand has a Scotchmans liking for good whis ky and he knows it when he tastes it and he has a Scotch capacity for carrying it loo He is a smoker too and does not chew but he likes to tickle his nostrils now and then with a pinch of snuff which he sometimes carries loose in his pocket Speaker Carlisle never smokes and seldom touches liquor except to sip a little wine now and then but is a masterly chew er The notorious Congressman smokes and Thompson Phil chews steadily but does not drink while ex Congressman Al Willis does not chew or drink at all he The only Kentucky polsmokes itician of national repute of recent years who neither smoked drank nor chewed was John D White and none of the politicians of that State have succeeded in imitating Henry Clay who was a masterly though prudent drinker such a connoiseur of good cigars that his name is associated with choice brands was fond of a little bit of plug tobacco and could take snuff with the grace of a French Mar- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Danville H O Morrison H M W WIGGINS Linney supernumerary A F BRECK F S Pollitt Harrodsburg V H Ditzler Perryville Mackville J A Caywood Chaplin W 8 GriuMead Lawrenceburg E J Terrell WJ Do ran Ciimdensville G GRagan D H Marimnn Salvisa Jessamine W W Spates AND Lancaster and Kirksville S W Peeples Bryantsville C M Humphrey M Evans Stanford Richmond J A Henderson Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city prices College HilI D P Ware We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best awl most satisfactory Somerset C F Oney We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and wiil job you can get anywhere Camtown Miss G W Crutchtield not delay your work We also carry a nice line of Casey E II Godbey Garrard Female College Morris WIGGINS WE KEEP THE LARGEST BRECK Attention Contractors BEST SELECTED STOCK OP giilders9 Hardware and iBnildiiis Material COOK STOVES and RANGES Cultivators Grain Drills c V1NT june22tf FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY Evans Shelbyvillc District Stielbyville XaJSXIEXSSTOSJ BISIalaES supernumerary J S Sims a fair line of Which we warrant WF YnighnP E Farm Wagons Seed for one year besidesTwine Binders Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Strippers Mowers R Deerinjr TBLASTIlVG IRON MANTELS AND GRATES blielby Circuit R Hiner Siropsonville D W Robertson Taylorsville T J Mclntyre 1 J Godbey BIoomfleM Spears G Froli Newcastle T F Taliaferro Port Royal A P Jones D T Hudson Campbellsburc V H Winter Bedford Milton Wm Slioesmitli Owenton W W Green W B Kavauaiigh Jacksonville Science Hill College WTPoyuter POWDER DYNAMTE Lagrange J J Johnston Covington District PE EL Southgale Covington Scott Street W F Tay- Â¬ lor Eleventh Street J R Savage Newport C Taylor Highland WE Arnold Augusta anil Foster J S Walker R- - H WJghtmaii Brboksvllle Alexandria C M Cooper Visalia and Independence If T quis THE LIME K1LX CLUB Chandler Falmouth Â¬ Â¬ It ar my painful dooty to announce another death among said de members of dis club Brother Gardner as the meeting opened Unperceived Watson an honorary member resminat Griffin of Ga ar no mo on airth I hev lowest his prices bin notified by letter dat he pass away a week ago De steward will drape de red stool wid de usual emblem of mournin an if PE do deceased was behind on his Maysville D A Beardsley dues he will draw a blue mark Millersburg J O A Vaught fur de account Flemingsburg John Reeves I knowed Brudder Watson In Tilton and Nepton S ASawyer WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO trade that we have a large and well selected line of Hillsboro W D Power his death the world has lost a Mt Carmel and Orangeburg J W- purty far sort o man While he Harris paid his debts to de last cent no Sharpiburg and Bethel G W white man could keep chickens Youne Carlisle J W Hughe M Jl widin two miles of him While Owingsville J H Williams J W Mitchell Carrollon M W Hiner W A Penu Berry Cynthiana H P Walker Oddville W T Benton GN Florence J N Current Bufllngton supernumerary W Barker Petersburg Warsaw W T Rowland S W Speer Willlamstown Agent American Bible Society G S Savagp Select High School Cincinnati J T Dodd Morning View H B Cockrell Conference Colporteur S A Day Maysville District R Peeples The Enterprising Young Merchant on Eirst Street carries a full Staple and Eancy Groceries His goods are the best and line the 22 tf J SEW FIRM CLOTI3Xrc3 qUEEH AND CEESCE1TT RQTJTE Cincinnati Southern and Associats Boads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Princip Poinis Sollas m m it mmt COAST- FLORIDA REAL ESTATE ZNgUJAMCE J 1 W F Wyatt Rvlvan Dell C E Bosuell Mt Olivet to he nebber lost an opportunity Shannon and Sardis W H Au pick up a pig He was skeercely derson Germantown H J Wright ever absent from the Thursday Dover J D Reed Vanceburg W L Stamper ebenin prayer mcetin but you R Lancaster Carlisle Circuit Olympia Asa Coryell didnt want to leave a bone-handl- e RA Concord umbrella whar iie could pick Sherburn Miss EHumphrey J Terrill Millersburg Female College C it up Pope you could trust him wid a hoss THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC the Important titles of the ontli without change HATS TTAXalSESS Eta in which you can find the jJIornins and Mslit Trains Cnnmnl i ft HULLll XTJ RUNNING TJIKOUGH CARS T Alir JU1I113 TWKNTY EIUHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE UIllJ Inn SEWMTAW TS IS itoirlMtfctOaraBd Brudder Watson was kind to his family but at de same time ho dindnt lose sight of do fackt dat his three chillen war bow legged an his wife cross eyed Ho figgered it down dat some of Irvine District D Irvine London O PE B Demaree E BEST GQOBS LATEST STYLES UEES the tickets via this Hna are lliwInnaU therefore snveit tntnkfcr aerois the City and are asaared a Joeruey attended wttk epeed comfort and eeavenleHce UBe via- Grarwt Central Uulon Perot In Travelers have a efenlee nt twe binds at SfeeniBg Car on 0 1 1L15 QUKBN AND CKBSCBNT KOUTS UftBHa Beptat Boo Pullmans Finet luaee Buffet Steeper State Keeta lallera Nearly All the Lending Railroads passenger betdtsg Queen and Crescent acSt G B Munn mrsnee tympanies Office in J C Lytere Clothing Store june22 tf MADISON COUNTY DIUECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Judge J R Morton Do you want pure dnigs and the best Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brocs brands of tobacco anil cigaix You ton can find them at J J Brooks Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller Juneji tf of noble families observe a very Once entering the strict rule convent they never leave it alive They never see men not oven the priest who says mass in the chap Â¬ el The altar is screened off and em would be sick once a week and dat deir shoes would war out inland sea known on the maps as about so often Brudder Watson didnt expeck Lake Foo Chang the boring of any more gas wells was then and too much of dis coll world If there prohibited by law It seems he traded mules unsight an unaccording to the Chinese history seen ho went out to his- stable in that many large and heavy pres- - de ranwniu prepared to see a Â¬ - Raean Flat Rock Miss J P Lockhart Frenchburg V B Daugbeteo Virginia Conference Barbonr vitle E Richards M P Morgan Crab Orchard Hazel Green W T Eckler Jackson J J Dickey R B Baird Camnton 0 F Duval I Stanton W M Dwickson Morehead and West Liberty W B Whltefburg 8 Hurbert H O Rnbinon and the LOWEST PRICES General Offices St Paul BalhllDg West Ktojrth He CinelniMiU Obte UCOLLBRAN JOUNCUAULT General Manftger Ueseral Passesger Aent R CARROLL R X RYAN rjneSStfJ General Superintendent Asstataat General PaecBser Agent Travel S5S53S seriFOIE CASH B We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we will give you lull value tor every dollar in Â¬ vented with u anil We urge you to give us an early call We trafld TRACTION and PORTABLE EHDIHES of all Rises TSe featras -iiunAfliia i uistiitrwneatoacanaxcioTer peas iad is t4 ind eiacu RSVOLVraaSTEAWSTABKEESsadSAWJnLLS Write for free Circulars jH 2JL waateiiL aRCBINSON COji Y XVTi 1 TTH jJJ it ffc Tnnsfr P HofFinan Louisville Conference The superanuated are S S Deerlng and B P eiiwIoK GO Kelley to to West W June 23 9ru WHITE At McItHBsOW Stand MW UL if3 MkAMUMUMlklUH -- has proven the marvelous wisdom unconsciously displayed by those fathers of the Republic We can not here give the proFRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITEgram of the exercies Justice MilWEDNESDAYSEPTEMBER 281887 ler of the Supreme Court brother of our Mrs G W Wainscott delivered the address of the occasion Early piety eating pie for Tlie man and the occasion were breakfast alike each worthy of the other - THE CLIMAX Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Republicans are going to GENERAL PRESTON DEAD start a paper at Glasgow e Work has begun on the Win chester and Three Forks Railroad Â¬ The report in the community that Mr Clarence E Woods would take a position on the Register seems to be without foundation The gold coin and bullion in the United States Treasury on Sep tember 2th was 2S9677S35 an increase in ten days of 3540C3S Â¬ Fifty thousand visitors were present at Eransvilie on last Thursday to witness the reunion and ooariugUug of the Blue and the Gray Wm C P Breckinridge delivered the oration at the ex Confederate Reunion at Mexico Mo last week There was a mingling of the Gray and the Blue and many a camp scene was talked over Col 22d Thursday September was Emancipation Day and the twenty third anniversary of the promulgation of the emancipation proclamation It was duly cele brated by the colored people in many parts of the country Â¬ that the redemption of the trade dollar at par by the Government has ceased A Washington telegram says that during the six months in which the redemption was carried on 3492417 dollars were presented at the The trade dollar is now worth only its value as bullion Â¬ sub-treasur- y It would be well to remember The last number of Frank Leslies Illustrated Weekly contains some Rowan county illustrations that ma be familiar to our patriotic boys of the Irvine Rifles The illustrations embrace Main street of Morehead scene of the battle Craig Tollivers residence Bud Tollivers residence Rowan County Court House with troops on guard County jail Gait House headquarters of the Martin faction Cheap Cash Store headquarters of the Tolliver faction Â¬ The national gathering of the Knights of Labor will occur at Minneapolis next week It will be an exciting session and most likely result in a disruption of the organization A resolution favoring the condemned Chicago Anarchists will be introduced which will add fire to the already large flame of contention The liberal element headed by Mr Powder ly will oppose the resolution and it will be advocated by the Ilerr Most Odonovan Mike persuasion Too much politics too many extreme ideas not enough reason and justice and a lot of fellows doing nothing for the common laborers yet receiving big salaries are the causes of dissolution Â¬ Â¬ Rossa--Red-handed Â¬ ber was one of the most interest Saturday the 17th of Septem- Â¬ m F iog days our country has ever seen It was the anniversary of the adoption of the American Con stitution Philadelphia the most patriotic city of our country celebrated the anniversary as indeed she does all our national anniver Â¬ saries That is right We admire her for it The day has not been advertis Â¬ ed and but little has been said or thought of it among the masses of the people Our constitution is 100 years old older than our oldest people And how strange it is that through all these years that document stands to day almost as it was when it came from the hands of its creators With the single exception of the slavery question no changes of importance have been made Our population has reached fifty millions our wealth is almost incredible a pefect network of railroads has been built we are talking with England by means of the Atlantic cable towns have grown into cities uncivilized countries have grown into states and made to give forth untold wealth sectional strife has arisen the civil war has come and gone the Constitution is here yet and the government still lives Those sturdy patriots build ed far better than they knew But all was not peace and har mony at the convention that adopted the Constitution Far from it Bitter qarrels threaten ed to break up the convention and the Constitution very nar rowly escaped being killed before it was born Tlie small states threatened to bolt tlie convention when representation is Congress was fixed upon a basis of popula tion and the larger states made a similar threat when each commonwealth was given equal rep resentation in the Senate Slav Â¬ ery the tariff navigation and other questions came near disrupt ing tlie convention and destroying all hope for forming a more perMany ol the most fect union important sections were carried by a very narrow majority and it was probably only the pacific counsels of Frankin and Washing ton that saved the Constitution at alL The delegates from New York withdrew in anger and sev eral prominent delegates vehe mently asserted that the Con stitution would never be accepted by the colonies It was indeed three years before all the colonics had agreed to it Rh1e Island which sent no repre native to the convention beirg the iast to act favoraltJy It was a lime of severe tral to the patriots of those days atj 1 many ol them despaired of evr scuiin a durable Union - an firm of go rn i nt i rsilt low- - fin viderCe must have been woi k auft a centurys test i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ General William Preston died at his home in Lexington on last Wednesday after an illness of several weeks llis trouble was arterial resulting in violent rheumatism Burial in Cave Hill cemetery Louisville Gen William Preston lawyer and soldier was born October 16 1S1C at his fathers residence near Louisville Ky Gen Preston was liberally educated in Augusta College St Joseph College Kentucky and at New Haven Conn In his twenty second year lie graduated from the law department of Harvard University then under tlie control of Judge Story and Prof Greenleaf in 1840 entered on the practice of law at Louisville associated with Hon William J Graves but has al ways devoted much oi his time to the interests of his large estate During the war with Mexico he served as Lieutenant Colonel of the Fourth Regiment of Kentucky Volunteer Infanliy belonging to the command of Gen William Butler At the close of the war he returned to Louisville where in 1 S49 lie was elected a member of the convention which framed the present constitution of the State took an active part in the debates of that body opposing the JNative American and anti- Catholic views of some of the members in the following year was elected to represent the city of Louisville in the Legislature in 1S51 was elected to the State Senate but in 1Sj2 was elected to nil a vacancy in Congress was re elected in 1S3 serving a regu lar Congressional term in 1S52 was Presidential Elector for the State at Large voting for Scott was a member of tlie convention at Cincinnati which nominated James Buchanan in 1S56 was appointed by Mr Buchanan Min ister to Spain in 1S5S When South Carolina seceded he Jor warded his resignation returned to Kentuck3 and was one of the first to join the Southern cause leaving Iiome on the night of September 19 1861 with John C Breckiniidgeto share the fortunes of the South He joined Gen Albert Sidney Johnston at Bowling Green and served on his staff as Colonel until the battle of Shiloh where Gen Johnson died in his arms He was soon after promoted Brigadier General commanded the right of Breckinridges divis ion at Murfreesboro was engaged in all the leading battles of Tennes see was at Corinth at the first siege of Arickburg was in com mand of the troops in Southwest ern Virginia for a time and was division commander at Chicka mauga where he especially distinguished himself In the winter of 1S63 he was appointed Confederate States Minister to Mexico and requested to be recalled when he found nothing could be accomplished in Mexico He joined Gen E Kirby Smith in Texas and was promoted Major General In 1S66 he served in the Legisla ture Gen Preston was a man of magnificent personal appearance and of great dignity of manner an accomplished scholar a brave and skilled soldier a polished diplomat and a leader in the politics of his State In 1840 he was married to Margaret Wickliffe young est daughter of Hon Robert Wickliffe of Lexington who survives him with six of their children Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN CHICAGO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LiiJ TIP Kentuekians are omul present to ray VimJy City the least In the lafet week I found more than several f tlieni Tlie first one I met was Mr Harry W Shepherd formerly of Irvine ami who ia well known in Richmond He has lived in Chicago a number of years and tlie indications say thit he has been successful He is manager of the Chicago Branch of D Appleton Co tlie famous publish- Â¬ ers Tlie Branch - an extensive house employing ten or a dozen book keepers clerks correspondents and other at taohes to aay nothing of a wide field of canvassers Various voluminous woiks such as the American Encyclo Â¬ pedia Encyclopedia of American Biography Prettirerque Europe Pict- Â¬ uresque America are published by the Ajipletous Mr Shepherd married a handsome and interesiinu Illinois Inl and owns a pretty cottage at Rogers Park an attractive Miborb of Chicago He is soon to build another house further out and ou tne Lake front He is ejecting a quantity of elegant statuary and prioU for tlte new house His office is 152 and 154 Wabash Avenue one of the finest por Â¬ tions of the city One of the attaches of Mr Shep Â¬ herds office is Mr Robert Richardson sou of the late Dr W G Ridianlaou Sorry to say of Central University tiiat the young mail is sorely afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism and purposes going South at an early tlay to benefit his health He has traveled much in tlie South west West and North west siuce his departure from Richmond His sister Miss Mary Riclmrdsonwas recently married to Dr G G Warea prominent Memphis phy sfchtn Dr Ware Is a noted dog fan Â¬ cier and owns the noted dag Glad- Â¬ stone Boy the winner of twenty nine cup Mies Mary wm teaching at Place Institute Raleigh North Carolina at 800 per year Her young Â¬ er sister Miw Julia graduated last Juue from that school but has now gone to Rogersviile Tennessee where she is leachiug luusif ATHENS Dr Lacey Hughes the same smiling FAYHTXB COUNTY j illy dentist thattied to practice in Richmond is located at 169 South Clark James Harris of Owen oounty has street a twrwlnrthnroMghfare in the returned home from a visit to relatives heart of tb city and to my certain Iu this ulaee knowledge has numerous patrons and Mr Rufus Barkley one of the old nnieenffke A neat Bin at the n iients of this section Is at the point reads biiefiy Dr Hisi s a If ili u were entirely Miffkvnt and see n ofdath He is upwards of 90 years tobe for evey time I enerfni th o v there was a lively crushing of cuspids rnasulg of molars and mending of great suceeas and everybody enjoyed iÂ¬ mouths The Doctor sends his un- Â¬ bounded love to all the girls but says he Is tending too close to business to go beyond the mere sending of teuder uieawges formerly of Mies Emma Chenault Richmond and oldest daughter of Dr R C Chenault having been a medical student for several years is now prac- Â¬ ticing medicine at one of the large hospital but I could not learn her address and did not see her But I am told that she receives a salary whereas young physicians are always glad to secure the position with gratui- Â¬ tous practice simply for the experience it affords hem I have always thought there ought to be female physicians Many a woman aud especially among the young women sutlers and con- Â¬ tinues to uQer because of being 100 timid to consult a male physician If Mis Cheuault is a chip of the old she will make a successful block practitioner Dr Howard Crutcher formerly of Madieon county and son of Elder Sam Crutcher is located at corner of Van Bureu and Wood streets far out in the western part of the city I call- Â¬ ed out to see him but learned that he wm tick ami hud gone to Kentucky Dr Crutcher belongs to the homeopath Â¬ ic school lias a good prrctice and stands high in his profession Allen Bros commission merchant commerce building rooms 7 1 75 and 76 are sous of Elder James L Allen of Danville They have been there several years aud frequent that mod Â¬ em Babel tlie Chicago Board of Trade where an unsophisticated human lias no more conception of whats going on tliHii the average Chicago Anarchist has of the natural rights of his fellow beings But the Messrs Allen seem thoroughly familiar with the proceed- Â¬ ings and have never struck any snags They however so I am told do not gamble so to speak but simply buy and sell on commission though I shouldnt wonder if they sometimes do not Jet the right hand know what the leit hand is doing I do not know from which Imnd I received my information Mr Hugh L Mason formerly of Lancaster and son of Mason of Garraid couuty is a well known lawyer whose office is near that palatial building the Court house and I think on CUrk stieet When 1 visited the office Mr Mason hadjust collared a client and was conducting him into court It looked like a ease with a big fee attached I did not have an opportunity to see much of Mr Mason as he left for New Yoik the day after I readied the city He married n Mis Shelby of Lincoln couuty Ky daughter of Col Isaac Shelby She was also absent from the city By far the most interesting Kentuck iai yet mentioned in the great rushing roaiiog city is Miss Florence Bryan a native of Paris and who visited her eouidus the Misses Burnum in Richmond a year or so ago She with her widowed sister Mrs Asay wiio by the way is a representative Ken Â¬ tucky lady and her mother lives at 1226 Wrightwood Aveuue where a few years ago tlie family were pioneers without neighbors and consequently without gas street cars protection from tire the couvenieuce of water Â¬ Now the works and police protection rapidly growing and wide spreading city lias surrounded them all he con veniences aud luxuries have followed aud even a cable lino of stieet cars will reach their door within a few weeks-- The ladies had received a letter from their friend Mrs Owsley daughter of ex Mayor Carter Harrison and who w3 recently married in Trinity church New York and went to Europe ou a bridal tour mention of which was made iu The Climax a mouth ago The voyage across the Atlantic was made with safety the tarty was well and of course happy and expected to meet Mr Harrison somewhere ou the continent as he is making a tour round the world by way of San Francisco Hong Kong c Rome Ceylon Constantinople Not only the Bryaus but several of their lady frieuds whom I met re- Â¬ member Kentucky most pleasantly While they are delighted with the thrifty aud otherwise great North west they like to talk of Kentucky her ex Â¬ pansive blue grass plains flue and fast horses blooded cattle vast acres of tobacijo and hemp princely homes men pretty women distinguished high bridges noted caves and other prominent features The execution of the seveu condemend Auarchists is the absorbing topic in Chicago The newspapers are pub lishing the opinions of the other news wpers froui all over America and the universal opinion isthat tlie Anarchists ought to be hanged The people of Chicago so far as I heard au expres Â¬ sion of opinion was that the Anarch Bat there is a consider ist must go able Anarchist population aud they regard the seveu condemed men as heroes and the date ol the Hay market tragedy as the most conspicuous and highly proper event in tlie career of the Anarchists in the New World They do not make any plea for mercy but issue or executive clemency threats harsh protests and severe denunciations TheStaats Zeituug n prominent German uewspaper says that the Auarchists by such conduct are only tightening the uooso abou the necks of tlie condemned Gen Roger A Pryor of New York has been employed to assist Judge Black and an effort is being made to carry the erne to the Supreme Court of the United States That effort if it succeeds may stay the execution tem Â¬ heroes of porarily but those seven tlte Haymarket must be huslled off into h eternity or this is a doomed couh try I visited the famous Camp Douglas or rather the locality where the camp was bituated The camp Isva mere memory It has not existed fur many years No visible evidence survives to show that there ever was a camp The city has spread out all over It aud stately brick and stone buildings now stand where stood the plunk huts of tlie prisoners A colossal monument as lame as that of Henry Clay at Lex inglon stands there and the heroic figure of Stephen A Douglas sur Â¬ mounting it overlooks LakeMiohigau which lake is the only thing left that h Morgan man would reeognize Â¬ Â¬ it Athens cant be beat ou big din- Â¬ ners and big preaching Toll gates are getting numerous On a pike 8 miles long running from the Richmond pike to the Combs Ferry pike there are four toll gates There is one toll gate on a dirt road We arc having a spleudld rain Salutaris Water brought directfrom St Clair Springs Mich Kept only July22 tf by J C Hughes J S Collins wants you to call and see his special drives in lace curtains aug31 8t and carpets Tribble tea Blount i FOXJ D FOE -- SACEf Â¬ WE ARE NOW 0PEX And- AT THE A GOOD STOCK OF headquarters for sep7tf an old citizen of this neighborhood but recently living near Winchester dropped dead of heart disease on the morning of the 15th She was a devoted member of the Christian Church and had a great many relatives and friends Mrs Â¬ Â¬ James Cliukenbeard OF J 8 Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ pets and lace curtains is the largest ever in Richmond aud his priced the aug31 8t lowest Fine Oranges Bauauas and Lemons received daily at Trlbbla Blounts sep7tf Best quality Canvassed Hams Breakfast Bacon and Dried Beef at sep7tf Blounts Tribble - MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in MadWe will be glad to ison county show the stock to any one wishing HIGGINS ELLIS to buy Silver Creek Ky jun22tf Will Continue Business Â¬ here Mr James Tussey and Miss Allie Carter took the natives by surprise ou Friday night of last week They were married at the homo of the brides par enU by the father of he groom It was so sudden and unexpected that the boys didut have time to get out their Sunday clothes so very few were there The day was cloudy and ruiny but we hope their lives will be bright and happy and full of sunshine hi DYKES ON M grade of Is beating them all making the best BASI North Second Street A full and complete stock of Dont fail to see J S Collins curtains li 2 lace 81 STAPLE AND FANCY aug 31 Every can of goods that you buy Blount is guaranteed to from Tribble be of standard weight and quality sep7tf GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned oods Green and HE HAS A BIG S IOCK OX HAND ALSO Meal and Coal Pays highest cash price for John Carrolls sale came off last week with a large crowd in attendance but bidding was slow Hogs brought fair price Cattle sold low One bull weighing 1800 pounds sold for 35 Cows brought from 520 to 30 calves two 1 i ear old steers SS50 26 Household aud kitchen furniture were almost given away Auctioneer Ed monson uiu uis uesi 10 sen me larm Of 128 acres but did not succeed Mr Carroll will move to Lexington to Dont buy cheap light weight canned goods when you cau buy Standard Blouuts for the goods at Tribble sep7tf same money -- WHEAT June 22 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 tho stock as full and fresh in all its detail r we did in our old stand which now lies h ashes and ruin We kindly thank our friends for their patronage in the past for their kind words oi encouragement in thi the time of our misfortune and loss and earnestly solicit their future trade To those who are indebted to us wc desire to say we need nv now and shall be glad to have them cal at once and pay us ti tf LIVE STOCK MAEKET REPORT CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THIN COLUMN Central University seems to have a fac ulty for teaching Mr Smoke lives in St Paul weighs two hundred and fifty pounds and is too lazy to go to sleep This is at least one instance of where there is much smoke and no fire Skinner is a firm name in Rash Winchester If they were to skinner cus tomer would the act not be a rash one In our opinion this paragraph demands lusty calls for Rats and plenty of em The Beattyville Enterprise nominates a Breathitt county man lor Clerk of the We take Court of Appeals and adds occasion to say that Eastern Kentucky will present a man and a good one as We would like to she always does know whats the matter with Tom Henrys being a good one Wc know of a minister in a neighbor ing town who desired to visit another town on a Sunday afternoon to attend services A train ran to and from precise ly to suit him and the fare was not more than a dollar but instead he went to a livery stable hired a rig for 250 paid 60 cents toll 50 cents horse feed and made the round trip on Sunday He said he could not think of encouraging Sunday trains There is nothing like climbing o er the fence to save climbing over the gate when you find the gate locked Â¬ WEBER LOPER CO Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI and plenty of every 9 tiling in my line This house is 5wTm JH Etisa GHIOKEH accounts Remember our location next door to post office see us early We shall be glad to welcome yon All goods delivered free in the city limits and corrc OHIOSEPTEJIBER 26 1SS7 oumj nfinn rW TlnniTinriri ON A wmm Cholera Sure GOYXMTQH AEEOID Kext Door to Posi OiRce BRO SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Here is a cablegram Sept nth 1887 J Editor of The Climax Richmond Ky Nankipoo lArAN My subjects are greatly alarmed at thundering rumbling pounding sounds directly under the city The disturbance appears to come from tlie locality of Rich- Â¬ What the devil is the matter is mond The partnership heretofore existing it a Democratic convention or a number of under the firm name of Engle Bros do- Â¬ your patrons engaged in horse talk ing a boot and shoe business on Second With Respect street in this city was dissolved on Sept The Mikado t Hugo Engle retiring Wc assure his excellency The Mikado The business will be conducted in future that the noise his subjects hear proceeds by Emil Engle Richmond Ky Sept 21 iSS7 tf from the natural gas well and that he may expect some one of his valuable though to get dreadfully numerous subjects gouged right in the bottom of the foot at an early day LIGHTING ROD CO Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 2 1 25 Common and Rough 2 BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 76 4 Fair to Good 3 50 3 Common to Fair 3 00 3 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 3 to Good Cows 2 25 2 Fair 1 75 Cows Common 2 1 1 oo Cows and Oxen Rougii BULLS Best Shipping 2 50 2 Best Bologna 2 30 2 Fair Bologna 2 io 2 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 Common and Thin 1 25 t FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 2 75 3 Fair to Good Steers 2 40 2 Good to Extra Heifers 2 00 2 Common and Thin Stockcrs 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 Fair to Good 30 00340 Common 15 00 25 Best Veal Calves O 25 6 Fair to Good 6 5 oo Common and Heavy 3 50a 4 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy 5 25 5 Good Butcher 5 5 Fair Butchers 45 4 Common and Tail Ends 35 3 HOGS Select Butchers S oo 5 Fair to Good Packers 4 6o 4 Good to Extra Lights 4 75 4 Light Pigs 4 35 4 Roughs and Scalawags 3 oo 3 4 35 3 75 2 50 3 oo 2 40 4 4 3 3 Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIYE THIS HOUSE Iryine Street aug 3 i 2tnos RICHMOND KY 00 75 75 5 50 00 50 60 40 25 25 50 10 A june22 tf A D RUFF 60 50 00 oo0 00 00 00 50 00 50 5 25 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 ibaX positively cures rVhas been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 5o 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¬ 3G STXIyIMEI SWEEPIKGREDUCTM SCOURING OUT THE OLD PRIOBSi SCRUBBING OFF THE VALUL i aug 24 ly Pianos and Organs Watclimakor Watches 75 75 10 Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros and Jcwler Christie 85 90 65 50 UEALEH IN DISSOLUTION Clocks Jewelry Silver and 1Iated ware etc Special attention given to New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIANOS AND ORGANS FOIl BENT Rent applied as part payment SETTING DIAMONDS - Closing Out the Old to Make Room for the New at AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Write For Prices and Terms LUKE S RESFAXRIEJO- U MILWARD Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner and io W Main St Lexington Ky June 22 tf strhTgfs l BRY OOOBS GXaOTEXXHr BLUE GRASS iy Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont torget the place next door to the Post office Richmond Ky june22 If rancn chtul b FKOlt Postage Changes FOUSjIEE MELTON CO On the 12th ofSeptember the follow Â¬ Proprietors ordinary ing changes in the series of - Lexington Ky 16 Market Street postage stamps were made The color of the 2 ceut i tamp will be DKALERS IN green instead of the present color me Bods Iron tallic red The color of 3 cent stamp issues of Grsstmg which are still made to some of tlie largest post olliccs will be Vermillion instead of green About the 6ame lime he following changes will be made in the embossed NONE BUT THE BEST BIATERIAL USED stamps ou stamped envelopes ALL WORK GUARANTEED The 1 cent Mump mill bo printed Estimates furnished on application from a new die of the head of Frank- Â¬ lin after the bust by Cnracci 12 tf JAS AYILKERSON Agent The 2 cent stamp will be green in- Â¬ stead of metallic red aud will contain ho head of Washington from a Dew die after the statue by Houdon The 4 cent stamp will be carmine in Â¬ stead of green HAVE OPENED A NEW The 5 cent stamp will be dark blue instead of chocolate brown and will contain the head of Graut instead of that of Garfield onWest Main Street They carry The 30 cent stamp will be brown in a general line of stead of black The 90 cent stamp will be purple instead of carmine BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route EjfSffl TO l STORE Â¬ EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO SUMMER GOODS IN THE WAY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY AIJi POINTS Lightning Fencing etc THE TIME TO GO TO North SaEt Vest and Southwest BKTWEEN etc Lexington ami Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Pefe 2Sth 1SS7 BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS LAGES TRUCKS CARPETS XffOTXOIffS7 c AND GET ONE OF HIS SOUTH BOUND No Dailv Ex Sun Ifo Dally l No 12 Dully Ex Suit StfOpm 515 fcie IS TOUR CHANCE AN OPPORTUNITr THAT PRESENTS ITSELF ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME cuude mm co Spring Saddles Hardware Store Arr RiellllMHH- l- zaiu Arr Lancaster feUO Arr Rowland lve ItlCllHHiml- - 2W0pni Arr llrea s Arr Livtiifix ton- - 5 NORTH BOUND Lvc Covington S30ani 25pn Lve Falmouth IMS 935 1021 Lvc Cynlhlau- a- ilMl 1110 lUdS Arr IgaOpjn Arr Udv am MkSipin live 1arls Arr Winchester 1215 - m 1135 538pin fe06 715 SS 835 Tie Bargains are so 1 MLast lie STOEE J ACRE i- It is nothing uncommon for a lady in the country to ride five or six miles to let her neighbors know how Gan ters Chicken Cholera Cure saved her chickens and advise them to give it to theirs also Sold and guaranteed by Stockton Willis The lowest prices in town on cur tuius and carpets J S Collins aug31 St Hardware Tinware So No 1L No If you want some Stores and Groceries They have the newest and best goods and will sell for CASH at the lowest prices Mr Smith in a practical tinner of several years experience aud he wir do all kinds of tin work roofing and repairlug in the best Btyle at lowest rates june22 tf lve lve Arr norm- TjYiugtton At bottom prices full line of lie also lias a Arr Tan Lve Lexlngluu Lvc Cynthlana Lvc Falmouth Arr Covinslon- maÂ¬ lttcJimonil- - 1100 1 JO Lve lUchinomt Arr Winchester 215 Arr lUelunond Lvc itowtauu Le Lancaster - loss 1115 S0am tell of them come early I must have the room The price will tell at 7Stt um Mtam 518 pra pm fcX 7sf7 STEMffS 5IS ktS LOmSYILLl H S15 Lvc Paris 213 RW 117 725HHI has ioa am 4i7 pm c gS Will open in a few days a line of NEW FALL Come and see them A full line of Freuch goods atTribble Blounts sep7lf m I D -- WEATHERFORD DEALER IN FINE- - single and double first class terial and best of York Saddles and Ilarness MAYSVILLE BRANCH- NM MoSS DhIIy Dally BOUND NORTH Kx AusastSl tf J STRING FOR bun Bx bun Finest Flour in town at Tribble Blounts sep 7tf Just received at Tribble COO Lve Covington Lexlngto ii Blounts NEATLY AND PROMPTLY ram- Am Millenburg Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle - 2390 7SBami KM pin asis 2 706 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn Peas Beans Peaches Pears Apricots and other canned fruits and vegetables Cheapest place In town sep7 tf Brandies 1MB June 22 tf SOUTH BOUND IMllr ExHnu BxSon aA5ai 12d0 13R 1 No 54 715 No 51 Dally Wines Cigars June 22 tf Thousands of Canned Fruits and Vegetables are being received daily at Tribble aud Blounts sep7tf c CEKTiSAL TOIYEESITY THE NEXT SESSION WILL OfEX Lve 51 a j svllle Johnson Carlisle Mlllersunrg Arr Paris ixni - 7 First Street RichmondKy BETTER THAN On Lexington Covington iisfi tela 717 815 2116 KIS fclH PflPF WEBST E Tl FARM WAGONS IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY THE CELEBRATED No 45 lvc Lexington 800 curtains will as- Â¬ J tonish you Call aud see t hem 31ag8t 8 Collins 2 lace Jjace curtains in great variety at S Collins 2 o 515 aug3I 8t J Whalebone or Horn Something New give you the best lace curtains on the market for the money 2 to 15 nug318t JSCollins I can NOTE Trains3 ami I are dally between Winchester Lf slngtonnnd Cincinnati other trains are daily esoept Sunday Wcdimsday Sept 14 J87 DIrcot connection Is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio Tor Jit Starling Ashland Hantinctou Charleston 7 Vn and Hntern Cities The Preparatory Department under FAST LINB Nos 3 and 4 run i Win supervision or the Facultv will cliwtcrolid TraiiiH with Pullman Sleep ng the receive the undivided attention of Pro Â¬ Cnra netween Cincinnati and Richmond Vu fessors Irvine and Crooks and no pains and Winchester and Washington I C Through TlckeU and will be spared to niako thh MadNon any destination reached Rasgaga Checked to by a railroad County School all that can he desired tor foil particular address or call ou any agent of the Company or Our aim Is to prepare boys Tor College R I A FBELY and at the same time given thorough S FGen MORSE Agt PassV Trnv PassY Ag- tpractical education to thoe who cau n E JXJln0-K- ION E BLcxliisloiiKy not take the regular course HUNTING CAHH AgL EXPENSES Tuition in College Classes per term of twenty weeks payable in advanoo 4J0 00 Tuition In Preparatory Department per icrin oi iweniy weeKs payable la advnnoe 0 00 Incidental Ktoln College for the year payable In hdvnncG rm Incidental lee In PrMrrntory Depart- rnrut tor lis year payibIeina4vancA 300 June 22 842 pm arr Paris The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them MOT TRUSS BQD IB TUHH OIL -- - Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at - Sjnip or Figs Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own true Laxative It is the most easily taken and the most pleas Â¬ antly effective remedy kuown o deanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ tive to dispel headaches colds aud fevers to cure habitual constipation Indigestion etc For sale Ju 50 cents and 100 bottles by Stockton Willis Patented Feb 8 1887 Receiver Richmond General Office Covington Ky Ky ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES tl M lapis Warranted For One Year Term- Guaranteed 2TEVEK to HAXEB STE0TOE CO treak dir 412 Birar S 2 ui flUg24 IT Your Cily Tax Is by fcepterribr I Ciii ailrifd piwrt 10 i The Best Material yrv cen I Tue Ifnnt FOR SALE BY Bamberger Bloom tOUlSVlUE KY Go CQtalogue SFqr further information apply to L U BLANTON t aeiriiing t Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so The Easiest B RUgJ A BAHLOWfSty CMfcrtnr June sz tf june22tf 0f Cbanciwk tf WEBSTSR WAOCir vWi THE CLIMAX V rDNEsDAV SEPTEMBER a rSgy lurt day Fiuml ul nest Monday diamond scarf pin See titi ttiient dents Georgetown College uw more stu Â¬ Uiis session titan for years jmst The Gem cure OUrrh Asthma and Hay Fever For tks by oclton Willi I Ierlie is going rs ready made ad the wiverUfeemeiit of J C to qwlt bmirwm and elothltiK at leee than W R Patterson a youug lawyer of Mr Sterling pottnf Prof J T Ptilter-t- f Hamilton College Lexiugton i Jeid Mr F B Crooke of tii dry good an J merchant tailoring firm of Crooke I Hon A G Talbott of Boyle county whose death was announced last week Tbe Trie Date Son left yesterday to pure fall Tlits varies A marvel of was the oldest member of the Christian parity powder never wholesomenesa More strength and Subsequent to the big fire a month and winter goods economical than the ordinary kinds and ago The Climax had several refer- Â¬ Church in Danville He was 79 cannot lie sold In competition with the mul- Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Sanders and Fountain Land ences to of low alum Communion services at the First Pres Â¬ titudespowders testsliortwelgtil cans or phos toe date of the fire away back phate Royal Sold only In of Paint Lick had a liNfkinty Saturday iu I lie 50 Bakinq Powder Co 108 Wall KU N Y that destroyed the whole byterian church next Sunday Rev Dr a teruoon in which the latter whs Jnue 22 tf of the tquare There seemed lo be Douglass will assist Rev Dr Glass Pre wounded some doubt ail the way round as to iminary services on Friday morning and ur city tax w uot paid by Nov the exact time Mrs Thomas Grubbs Saturday morning and evening I 2 i r cent will be added See of Mt Sterling writes that lier memory Bishop Thomas U Dudley of Louis Â¬ ueutof I A Barlow City on that point serves her correctly and ville Rev C A Penick of Frankfort and A gentlemans diamond scarf pin The owner cau get it by calling 011 A that the ire oceured on the night of Rev R 1 in this paper Gratan Noland of Danville D RufI jeweler describing property first Monday in March 1854 That stopped in Richmond Monday on their and paying for this notice V t j is Richmond to hava a sew was county court day ami tlie lire return from convocation at Beattyville C the present oh materially originated iu a rear room of the hard Â¬ and assisted tlie Rector Rev W Y d and set back so as to fcive ware store of John Gilbert Tlie date Shcppard in an evening service at the y feet additional room 7 t coincides with our recollection It Episcopal church this place The ordi- Â¬ - Bronsion The annual election of officers of the assurance ferji large may or it may not be a inciter of im- Â¬ nance of baptism and the rite of confirm- Â¬ Building and Loan Association will be portance whether or not the fire in s in Winchester are of lha best rr ation were administered to Judge Tipton held Saturday night at 7 oclock at the occurred iu 1S54 or tome - h eady received two or three question H Rev E O Guerrant assisted by Rev Farmers National Bank other year but our local history c By order of the Board life size crayon portrait is should be as accurate h iwseiUe and Robt Thompson of Mich and Rev Jas J Speed Smith Secty McCulIough has been conducting a big c rate of insurance I in Richmond a fire that scoojus in a whole square of sept2S It revival at Troy and Nonesuch during the x riably be raised f one per a famall town is no small oeourrance past two weeks with great success There c TiiPMibfect is under eonsidera- War At NtelMriasviHe have been about 100 additions who were t auiong the hMurance entupMies A correspondent of Sundays Courier received into the church at Troy on Sun t i A ntlemaii a Aimer resident of Journal says These meetings may continue dur da3 1 oiil and a young lady who was The nawspajier controversy which ing next week though it is prsbable that c at i ii Uiebmond will he ur has been going on between Col L D they will close on Sunday Woodford n J u November Dont ask its any Baldwin and Hon K D Miles through Sun cn ji the Commercial Gazette was brought The Kentucky Conference of the M E to a clote this evening when both the At the hour of going to taem a eo- Church South which has been in session gentlemen met on Court Square and us quiet rain bad been falling for for the past week will adjourn to day It difficulty took place Mr Miles was z t r iity four liouis greatly to the relief a been a very pleasant and profitable considerably worsted as all the whis has c vi ry body and every thing Water session and many subjects of vital interest kers on one side of his face were pulled 1 been so tearoe fcr many a to the church have been discussed This out and had not friends interfered Conference embraces the Central North- Â¬ lie would have been badly beaten up ern and Eastern parts of the State while GUTHERSON LEY Mrs W K AabHI living on Silver Tlie trouble was looked for as Mr the remaining portion belongs to the LEXINGTON KY Miles bad an article in to days Com- Â¬ Louisville Conference u attempted to Commit suicide H Young Dr ISii unlay by shooting iierself iu mercial Gazette denouncing Baldwin preached the introductory J sermon he STOCKTON e oi uich with a gun Site i4 titought and bat tiie difficulty was not a more t Agents For Madison County also elected Secretary of the Confer- Â¬ - tlnerously wounded JJo eatttc serious one is a wonder as Col Bald- Â¬ was t ence to succeed Rev T F Vanmeter who sep28 ly win is one of the most fearlees men in died some ii iriid months ago after having filled Kentucky Iu less than five minutes that position for twenty six years Rev Vants Ts karate Her fight Baldwin men could be D after the P Ware was appointed a member of Tillrtt of Madison oouuly was seen on all sides ready to lend a help Â¬ the Committee on Books and Periodicals o- -M Tiie whole and C In iy to examine the farm of ing liand if neeesMiry J Nugent on Widows and Or- Â¬ I will offer at public sale on Satur-Â¬ H JUiley witk a view of thing originated in Thomas M Green phans Home Winchester Democrat 21 day Octobek Sth 1S87 coming liere and writing up Col Bald Â¬ it r Woodford Sun PEUrUSs win and othes and It never will lie safe MY HOME PLACE for Mr Green to snow himself in Chaa f Sele Bate Situated on the Barnes Mill pike 2 Kiehoiasville Tlie difficulty lo duy Mrs K D Btirrus is quite sick with miles from Richmond i date of Mile of Mr 0 K MoCsrri The place is it is thought will yet result in serious flux immediately on the pike and well pr riy announced for tbe 1ms fenced and consists of L i changed to October Son as H trouble A sou of X B Howard died last a ted with the sale of Mr John V cri week with flux State EBgageaeat King Reesvcra A V h e Sale at 2 oclock i x OF lAmjaaJLAAMWk Jack Frost made us a visit last Fri Â¬ vMIKrinnTi In the Cirenit Court one day Inst day night the 23d of September lianttag Lost With dwelling house of six rooms hull Mrs Mary Robinson is visiting her and porch Splendid CISTERN good Tatt s reek pike between first week the cae of the Commonwealth pond for stock water a tenement house tiillvae and river black hainlbag oon against I lie City of Riehmoml for al Â¬ son H B Robinson of this place aud a good Blacksmith Shop Is a No lowing Irvine street to lie obstructed by taming pair gdd bracelets Mr Andrew J Holman was visiting 1 location for a blacksmith hum kerchief etc Snitauie le the eoileetion of negroes was tried and his fattier at Athens Fayette county S Terms easy WILLIAM H SIMS v rJ m ill be jiaid at office of a TX Par one Dow Wingfield a negro was the lafct week septl4 4t principal witness against tlie town nh County Evangelist O W xoung Mr Wingfield testified that he was Charek Sapper often jostled and pushed and crowded passed through here one day last week 1 Iji re will be a ciiureh to Snlem church where he will hold a HMier over off the pavement greatly to his incon1 lei s f tore on Wednesday iscfit 26 venience and annoyance hindering meeting fiui y to 9 oclock P M lrueeeds for him iu bis necessary rapid t rant it to Mr L M Englishs vocal music -- I will offer at public sale tijt- - bfinlii of Hit KpWeopal on- etmreli aud from his place of business The clas s is progressing finely at Bethel liiv jaiius of this ehutcii wiHniso have town was fined 100 Mr Wingfield As soon as he is through at Bethel he 18873 a ii ii aule bulucM ncic ueltMcUUriatiUMe or Wing Feel should have been elated will commence a class at Autioch at this regulation of the town and the church on Tates Creek Mr English instead of Saturday Oct 15 as previously 1 ise liOte advertised City Collector feeling that Mr Wing hails from isr Kale link Jessamine county ii i imc iu ibu iMtie win iw fuund Feel ought to want to pay his city tax and is a preacher and music teacher iij uuvi illstrlilelil u StUMIt A Uw M liu lor some several years past went down and rides constable lot taiv iriVdiy a mmiWr of mt- - to his house Not seeing any money he i 3 miles South of Richmond on the Lancaster pike rdjoining the farms of John Uj seised a handbag Mrs Wing Feel ucsllUOie UAm 1M tlM j OtUn DRIP ROCK D Harris and Jas A Ballard About uu uu cuUiu Mte of Uie live asked to take Irom tlie bag some small JACKSON COUNTY n luciicnu ttiuoe anil valueless articles of her own to iUieu uf He - cOiU lual week fcetui which the ofiWr coiiented noticed that she included a diamond Born to tiie wife of W S Parson lceiCcet Uie alfcuUj In the balance under cultivation A jeweler identifi- Â¬ Sept 18th a boy named Peter Snif-ritiK and seised it Am ai iiivtatmeut lit Juo A It will be sold in two tracts then as a e t ouisuigMNl u a itutuv ed it as the engagement rhir presented fles whole Sale begins at 2 oclock p m to his wife by the late J 0 Dunn C B McCORD IUL Died at the residence of her father 62itds Tlie Wing Feels had a daughter who C L Fowler Miss Flora of typhoid was a hoitfe servant at Mr Dunns at Lig Uie Sale the thne tiie ring disappeared Mr fever V Kalv aeut for JS Loiunan J Ns W- Wing Feel claims that he won the We have had a good rain which Las i i J ui c btrugilt of AlexauUcr ring in a game of cards with an un- Â¬ revived the drooping spirits of the L cvicaiile 15Ut5jQOHr huu known wiiite man He and his wife farmers in this county u i mi oJ at 140 to be leceived On Tuesday Oct 2 S7 are in jail and the Grand Jury wiil Miss Mary Little of Drownville has V --- 01 The caiiie wiU aretage near look into the matter been with us for several days visiting I will sell on the premises in Rogers i and i oiidd direct to Iioudou I ville on the Big Hill turnpike road elatives but has gone home i 0iniJ iur Ciirnuuwu caXtte Mr X five miles from Richmond PERSONAL Li man alter iravetlug eyertiie best We had a little trial Sept 19th be- Â¬ c tween the Commonwealth and 4Walter uieb iu the Citate iawptfetiug the OF tt i iiionomiee the kit lle beat tn the is Mr Beatty Mtddleton of Shelbyville Cox aud J B Winkle Walter was containing f5fa ACRESdwellingLAND prescriptiontst at Stockton Willis good house Mr Bales M e v iii one taceewtiou fined S750 aud James was fined 250 On the land is and out buildings The laud Is well Mrs Cynthia Shepherd of Irvine is The tight came up over a young lady i iilit and fcUipptxl lor aobue par improved nud is a desirable country l iiillic lail thmy daya 90 head at visiting Mrs Claude Smith this place Mrs Betsy Turpln and Mr Patlon home - ranging from I will also sell nil of my stock Miss Annie Urmston left on Saturday Ly ttle stopped a few days with us on 1 to 4L j Mules and Cattle together Horses to visit her cooun Miss Adams of Lex- Â¬ their return from the association Mr with all of my ington Lyttle said he would not vote the Re- Â¬ A New Majtangr Sep Kitchen Furniture Misses Netmie and Mary Fisher of publican ticket any more and expects Household Ki uiiiomi is in need of a new depot Danvitte are rising Mrs II Bennett at to be a faithful Democrat the rest of J Terms made known on day of sale Tiie present one is too small his life Creek Sale at 10 oclock a m t and ton eiosatn the track Surer inioi Mr D C Alcorn was out the other L Mr J Speed Smith Jr of Washington is not eunuch plut- rit E D BALLARD i ro iu Mine room more room D C- - is spending his vacation at his day to get some hogs out of his corn sep291t v- fiield and succeeded in capturing a ETBstoo Ill In beiialfof a erowded trav- fathers at huge rattlesnake that measured eight Uli Tlic expsnuiou of travel Dr J I Asbbangh and wife nee Cor a larger depot fhan that ricHson of Chattanooga Tennare visiting feet and had sixteen rattles and a but- Â¬ BEAUTIFUL BUILDING ton desperate atsnnKe wi i sufficed nearly twenty years her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Cornell temptsThe get away made was not suc- Â¬ Â¬ to but rr If tiie inanageiuent of the Ken son cessful t y Central Railroad could only wit Prof R Tate Irvine and Miss Keltic v - he ihiily IJroadway Jam at the IRT1XE IIi iiHiil depot n new one a larger Stockton have gone to Winchester to attend the Jouett Eckton wedding to d ue siluattd twenty feet fir-t- -t f Mr Benton of the Estill Springs lark would at once be built night very low for sometime V h the present one moved back and Mrs Kate Crawford and her grand- Â¬ who has beeu is Improving 1 vir d and additional platform daughter Miss Lucile Crawford of Dallas built the icllef would be great and Texas are visiting Mrs S T Russell on Circuit Court closed a week ago Parties wanting the most desirable residence lots in Winchester airei-iafi-West Maw sircet after a session of two weeks and the court and most of the attorneys left for Two Fires MATRIMONIAL Stanton Sunday Tiio Winchester Democrat of last A large cave has been found near Wf nrday ssyb On Thursday night by Squire D P Irvine by some hunters Numerous the livest and most rapidly growing town Anser at the home of the oride Mr parties have visited it but its extent in Kentucky can purchase them at reas- Â¬ ic duelling of Theudas Dyke onable prices in m r V inesboro wa destroyed by lire J Thos Raney and Miss Luia Robinson is not fully known Iiur lay together with its Contents The wedding of Miss Ann Flournoy t The old land suit of Alexander aiokdiouse and other outnuihliiisJ Ecton and Mr Edward Stockton Jouett p so burned after several hung against Kolaud about f 1000 Jr wiil take place at the Cliristian church urance The fire originated in in Winchester this evening September juries finally resulted in a verdict for map and plat of these splendid lots a Mviflue This was ona of the 2Sth at 8 oclock Rev H W Elliott Nolond The case will be taken to the The situated adjacent to and around the Appeals l liu es in the county having officiating Tlie attendants iviH bs first Court of Wesleyan College flr oiilt shortly after the settlement Mr and Mrs Dabney Parrish of Pine Among the visiting atlorneys were Kentucky if f Li hii The residence of Zach Grove The brUcaroaids will be Misses Maj Buruam Site may be seen on the wall at the Win- Â¬ John Bennett aud Hr iieur Forest Grove was Susie Van Lear Nettie Gay Rosa Har- Judge Chenault of Richmond C R chester National Bank Every lot is plainly numbered and its de trijed by fire Monday bison and Lelia Croxton The grooms- Â¬ Brooks formerly Commonwealth At- Â¬ exact size and location is shown either wtii all its contents men will tc Messrs John H Stuart torney in the 13th District and Judge The work of grading the streets has i lurtn who were sleeriinn up Stanley Trewitt R Tats Jrvine and John Hasehlug of Mt Sterling Capt already begun and the work of Macad Â¬ city authorities wi re rescued with much dilTieul- - Winn of Mt Sterling Beatty Judge Malum and H L amizing them by the already passed pur- Â¬ Ubherb Messrs will suant to ordinance Injured for S2I0t W H Morton Ii G Artis Charles Wheeler of Beattyville immediately follow It ii Elkln one of the uifrun- - Ptnish an1 Juin McCIIntock Ail purchasers are required to plant Tiie court rendered a judgment in a sr e mentioned is the fattifr of shade trees in front of their lots and this the case of S S Spencer and others with the wide avenues and imposing ColV Jitieit Elkiu an dealer in thK agidnst J W Douglass and others lege buildings will make the loveliest res- Â¬ real- r Elkii lost another I adjudging that the Estill Springs idence quarter of the city already beauti- Â¬ ly tire laM jriiig Mr Dyk Messtt be sold by the Master Commissioner fied by the elegant houses of McClure On SaiurJiy nyht September 24th Beckner Witherspoon an uncle of rt meiJoiid The day of sale has and others Johnson at t - iotij of its pt ent Jese at public vale iSS K Dik- ice dealer in The lots will be shown by us upon ap r m c J f Gjo W j not been fixed this property is well I J ke crt cer id j known and nimerone Inquiries con- - plication r ie Payments given if desired rii r - been made aioe them- For terms and particulars apply to rt 1 ccfiiing it J v tjitution ef the suit It is valimble Dr c of e Mr i1 io iTC Ci lcr glnc i lionsc STUART nlowers property e pecialy since the L C Ky fti V locality vra lirn- WmCHESTER KY KpjStf re- Ej Henry V Railroad j a prospect r old cl dau-Ktroii- The Way Sitre Armr Dow It A couple of negroes applied to Squire Aimer to be married last Hominy Tluy Itatl license but had no uwuoy with which to pay the Squire He at firt refused to unite tliem They in Â¬ sisted they had uo money They begged hard and long and proclaim Â¬ ed loudly their love for eaeh other Hie tender hearted Squiie finally sueoeeded and married them In the following style Win Martin do yn lore thk woman and do tnlte her to ba yur lawful and wedded wife Aiwrw yes Boss Amanda Best ik you love this man and do you take him lo be your lawful and wedded huidwiml Answered by a grunt Then by the authority Invested in me by the Jaws of the State of Kentucky I prouounee you husband and wife and may the Lord bless you and keep you from freezing this winter as you have nothing to live on but love It took about twenty seconds M and Alma Smith Roger of Missouri This the Second child Mr and Mrs lyRogere have buried within the past few weeks A As Trustee of jM Willis I will sell YMAI -- THB RICHMOND - RELIGIOUS Elder A T Anderson preached at the Baptist church on last Sunday The Baptist church at Hartford was destroyed by fire a few days ago Loss 2Soo Eld A P Cobb of Illinois will begin a series of meeting at the Christian church Saturday night Eld P S Fall who resides near Frank- Â¬ fort althongh ninety years old is still preaching The co operation meeting of the Christian churches of the county will be held with the Christian church of this city Friday and Saturday 4 miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mill pike The land fronts on the pike and joins the farms of Capt R B Terrill 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 3ooo to 5000 bundles of oats and 150 to 200 barrels of corn Tlie land will be sold in I a 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 place at 2 oclock p m Terms casv and made known on day of sale WM WILLIS siitds On Saturday Oct 8 141 Acres of Land IN THE PALACE -- Absolutely Pure 3U aQLIw SALid Farm I HATE DECIDED TO- - DRY GOODS dOTflM AID SHOE HOB OF- - nn VidilM AS ASSIGNEE OF JNO 1 win on MILL PROPERTY FWHITE FQUtMD OE F ENTIRE STOCK and from now on riire From Busma I will sell my in Arrnrids Building next doer to Siouffers Clsthisg House C Saturday October 15 If not 87 t Election Notice at 12 without reservation to the highest bidder the following property viz sold privately before oclock noon sell on the premises The Well known Stock Farm Containing about -- fr Bll OF LAID The farm is in a fine state of cultivation well fenced having on it a splendid ASK L P FR THE G Tobacco Barn and Stock Barn Remedy good dwelling and outbuildings with several tenement houses lying on Silver Creek in Madison county ij miles from Whites Station on the Menalous and Silver Creek Turnpike 10 miles South of Richmond Aso at the same time and place I will sell the property known as tt WHITES with conWill be pleased have selected ever brought to Eichmond and a vince yourself that GOODS can be bought rare opportunity is offered to buyers to as cheap as in any city as very few are able secure seasonable clothing at much less o compete with me buying and selling for This advertise- cash only cost than anywhere else MIIaL ment means business and Â¬ Â¬ Largest Store THIN Largest Stock AT FHIGESReal Taloe Far Mow Lowest The stock one of tlie fullest and best you call and to L JB -- READYMADI - is it which is a first rate flour and grist mill containing the best modern improvements SVSillers Residence as WILLIS 1- Public Hal -- Six Tenement Houses Blacksmith Shop Cattle Scales and about 20 ACRES OF FIRST CLASS LAND One third cash TERMS and the balance in one and two years with inter- Â¬ est from date of sale Possession will be given immediately not continue in the business long Prices will be such as to remove the stock without delay so come at once and secure what you need before the lots are broken suits of all grades and sizes and odd pants and vests Big line of boys The Stock Must Go I shall JNO D GOODLOE P P Ballard Auctioneer Assignee I have in stock spzitds Ul Con OF s Sals lh OVBRGOATSentire and tho for men youths and lot will be sold at almost your own price ipi 1 tons 8 ACIS LAP LAND J R ESTILL vs WLBS SrleEnemlser c MATTIE R ESTILL Notice of Sale to jfoir interest to get the Siarfgains nrp alJ must go and ii is Si HULL OF raLVA rKjfTS S OvaiMMKSJiTHffwfcgil unlaw And hmtiw GOODS Â¬ PUBLIC SALE By virtue ot a judgment and order of sale ot tne Madison Circuit Court ren- Â¬ dered at the March term 18S7 in the sep28tf above styled case the undersigned as Master Commissioner of said Court will JO LYTER J23 w Jly2i Sf I am Sole Aent for the Shoe On Thursday Oct 13 1887 on the premises at public sale sell to the highest bidder Saturday Oct 22 NEW ELLIS STAPLE GRO fTR PAITCY -- V Jam shJP 391 ACRES OF J r 1ST IN- IO B ftv 8O Acres of Land Â¬ Fine Blue yeirs rassLana Â¬ Â¬ Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of HIGGINS 50 acres m grass - 1 PAiW 6iJLP f MY HOIVIE PLACE where Col C R Estill now and has for resided It is a splendid farm and home elegantly and conveniently imQnoensTrarc Glassware Woodenwre proved situated about 4 miles from Richmond Madhon county Kentucky on tlie Richmond and Speedwell turnpike road And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New on Little Muddy Creek Such a farm is rarely offered for sale Store on Main Street nearly opposite Iiggs livery stable It has been in the Estill family about 100 Ellis Iliggins is not a new firm but hits been in existence for years and is now only sold to close a nearly twenty yenrs They invite all their old friends and a good partnership therein the plaintiff J R Estill of Missouri owning one halt and share of other people to call and see them the defennant Mattie R Estill owning New Goods fresh front the cities New House and New Prices the other one half She being an infant it required a judgment of the Court to sell They have returned to Eichmond to sell goods and mean to sell tlie land and that has been done and the them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people proceedings arc all regular and such as aug 10 lyr CALL AND SEE THEM required by law and the pin chaser will want 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 B0CERES v Hv HRI HEftr HM flb SiS 9SHV BBEjK S IsQhbf UH I am simply over stocked and must reduce same 33800iJi3 GIARS SO NOTE THE PRICE Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth SI reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cencs reduced to 10 cents fat B2SBHOSB PRIGS1S 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 Jlyi3 tf Everything JUsauf Six FIocbtjs and all convenient and is located on one of the prettiest building sites in the county made so by nature with splen did forest shade and ornamental trees Natural drainage all surrounding it around it Two good barns corn crib smoke house large new tobacco barn jack lot and stable all necessary out- Â¬ buildings li 7 i tlie 1 GEO M WILLGING LOTS Plentyof Timber to fence and keen up the propcrty now well fenced J i ine barden and It is Â¬ FOR SALE the FRUITS OF ALL KINDS cnrinff nf nld miff cnfr tlinf tivi-goes dry near the house water for family use aud for stock on the place It fur- Â¬ nishes daily abundant water for hundreds ot the neighbors stock It is indeed A 3EE3ta Ka C3r3si itirsfe KyKS3 ggM ra a ggg a aVs tTB m t 1 HS m s B JTTP i3rlfl J Li Li U Ui Save just received and opened a large stock of East Trenton well selected uranT cm A fiosne for sale a iCing The 0lima Prajmua Oompakt up stairs corner tin nA Sec ond Streets Richmond Kyie prepared to do every variety ot and it may be 100 years more before sucli another Idea it is offered to the public for TERMS OF SALE The purchaser will be required to exe- Â¬ cute notes with good and approved secur- Â¬ ity for the payment of the purchase money bearing six per cent interest from the day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment and payable to the undersigned as Master Commissioner The sale will be at the brick dwelling house on the farm now occupied by Col C R Estill H C Stagner and others Sale to commence at about 1 1 oclock m J R BURNAM Â¬ -- Ls Stnai t -- m si in Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles promptly and at reasonable prices i Also MCMCC sepntds The above advertisement was prepared and written by Col J W Caperton 10 i1 J R BJ iiKEji Emm ir us im mi Â¬ a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles l iRflflersfcrMllMes ail SUGABS Forts ie i- - Â¬ laflisoii Bonos Â¬ -- Â¬ -- J itn c The Bonds issued in payment of subscription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1SS7 and 18 il be paid onmattiriiy at the Madieoa National Uank RrcJanonrf K t ProThe latest styles in material and work always employed JMen Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen and every Â¬ fessional body else can find at The Climax office precisely what they want CO ftf patraufze CDCHENAULTCom To mate a long story short and anybody can find evevv everybody q ii 1 y jJ Urooku the druggist thing wanted T 13 ASS nr snft all Mind of Caxwed Goods BLIGHT AND ROT Saccsilons Regarding the Preparation of Seed for the rail Wheat Crop There is nothing now under the inn All that is new is the application of oW UuBgs aad processes to new uses This is exemplified in tho use of sul Â¬ phate of copper for tins prevention of grape rot anil of the blight and rot of potatoes ami tomatoes This remedy hat long been used for tho prevention of rast and swat in wheat and more recently to kill the spores of smut in seed oats and corn and so provont damage to the crops If it is true that there is no evil without its remedy then we may hope that a remedy has been found for these most serious ovikwhieh greatly reduce tho farmers proftte These diseases of plants are anal Â¬ ogous to the contagious diseases of aaiaaals in that they are produced by a spore or germ which finds access to the interior of the plant and then causes the disorganization of its tissues by feeding upon them and growing at their expense Moreover as the germs of a contagions disease spread abroad and infect other animals so these germs of Might and rust anil smut or rot are scattered abroad and infest other plants And as the atmosphere is the principal medium by which con Â¬ tagious genus are carried so the at Â¬ mosphere is the principal medium through which plants are infected although the soil is also a contribut ing agent to the spread of these dis- Â¬ eases The precise nature of these so called blights has not been clearly under stood but enough of them has been learned to know that they are all caused by a fungoid parasitic growth which takes possession of the plant and fills its cellular tissue with its threads or mycelium upon which is borne the fruits and that these appear as the red rusts or the black smuts that are so familiar to the farmer The florist or the fruit grower know them best in the form of the whitish notwork of fibers which appears as mildew and which saps the vitality of the plants and causes them to weaken or perish The smut destroys the infested plants grain being wholly changed into a maag of brown spores or the tissue be ing impregnated with them and so reÂ¬ duced to decay or rot For the prevention of smut in wheat has been a common custom for many ire to steep the seed in a solution of ir ounces of sulphate of copper in a Ion of water in such proportion t the whole of the solution is ab lied by the grain Five bushels of at or of com or eight bushels of will absorb this quantity of solu- n and in twenty four hours will be enough to sow or plant This complete absorption we believe is in- Â¬ dispensable for the destruction of the germs of the fungus which may exist in the grain for there is no doubt that the grain itself may be infected by the parasite internally as well as by ad Â¬ hering spores entangled among the hsiry appendages of the husk These adhering spores are readily seen by means of a magnifying glass upon the grains of the seeds mentioned More- Â¬ over the saturation of the grain by the corrosive copper sulphate acts as a safeguard against the entrance of the parasite from the soil and there is no question that the soil is extensively charged with these germs which have fallen from the smutted crops Considering the analogy which exists belween these smuts or blights of grain and the potato we have for a few years past experimented upon seed oats corn and potato cuttings with the result of finding the sulphate checks the growth of the smut and the present seaton we have half of a field of oats quite free from smut where the seed was treated with the solution whie the other half has a considerable quantity of smutty heads The solu- Â¬ tion has also had a similiar effect upon corn but having never been troubled with the potato rot in our land and perhaps through extreme care to avoid diseased seed there has been no peecUe result reached with this crop There has been no rot in the crops however which under the circum Â¬ stances is wholly negative evidence The reasonable physiological connec Â¬ tion between the various parasitic fungi has led to the use of a solution of sulphate of copper with other sub ataaees mixed as water of ammonia lime and flowers of sulphur as a rem Â¬ edy for the rot of grapes and also for preventing the rot in potatoes and to-Â¬ matoes The remedy has been intro- Â¬ duced here from France where it has been successfully used in the vineyards ami gardens Although too late for use this season it is in good time for next year and may serve as a timely suggestion in regard to the preparation of the seed for the fall wheat crop which should be treated to the cop Â¬ per sulphate solution invariably as an indispensable JV precaution F Time Â¬ tr ANXIOUS TO MARRY for a Purpose Ji daintily -- clad little woman she was one of the best operators as well as the prettiest whom I had noticed sev- Â¬ eral times in a down town type writing Bee was missing from her desk the llier day The plump prosperous dcing head of the establishment oothed down some rebellious red- a brown locks as she explained to accompanying clatter and bang as the whole alphabet were out on a ree I didnt expect to keep her l She came to me a ig ahc said j oar ago to learn the business and her inuther she wore diamonds came with her half apologizing for the daughters whim The two of them wore gowns that turned the hoods of the whole oftee and looked as if they had money enough and to spare it turned out when I was in my new apprentices confidence a lit Â¬ tle that she was engaged to a law student an impecuni Â¬ ous one and they wanted to marry as mjou as he was admitted to the bar Iapa had absolutely refused his con- Â¬ sent and mamma frowned on the whole thing So what does my lady do but get pcrmiasioo without assigning any reason for the freak to learn type w riling she is studying short hand too having taken the idea into her head that if she and her law student chose to marry when the time camo he could support the family until the appearance of some fees They had the knot tied a ouple of da3s ago the household jHjwers to the contrary not- Â¬ A Toting Woman TVlio Learned Type-Writi- S- - r CV withstanding and are taking a weeks Holiday somewhere down on the shore She told me she should be ready for work when she oune baek and I think rhe will She has been earning 7 a week and is about expert enough to get 10 now That will help them out for awhile though I fancy her husband wont leave hor here long Tho next question in the matrimonial market some folks say will be What is hor or Has she had a raise of salary 2f Y Letter late m It Tie Albuquerque Democrat says i- -- bly probable that Edward Qavbor the stonemason will be libÂ¬ erated rn the territorial penitentiary at Santa Fe within a few months For two months he worked on the courtÂ¬ house buildings down town being alÂ¬ lowed to dress in ritiacns clothing and gc aj como froia tho pepitcaUarj TiiUoat aguard M 1 SONGS AND SONG MAKERS Â¬ Some Hitherto Unpublished Facts Con- Â¬ enced All of 1U llcasnrcs cerning Iopular Ballad Kind reador did you ever swing in a Popular songs arc often queer So are their authors But stranger still ia lwrrel hammock one of the genuine tlie secret governing the public taste homemade country barrel hammocks such as you find in the summering by which some compositions arc taken places of New Hampshire If you up and others rejected Not 3 per have not one you missed something in cent of the songs annually issued have this world which falls to the lot of but a spark of originality about them In few men Fall did I say Yos that this country the dozen or so publishers is it Thats part of the pleasure of issue annually about 18000 editions of songs of between 16000000 and 20 the hammock the falling out But first let me discribe this instru- Â¬ 000000 of copies This added to the ment of tor pleasure It is composed reprints of English and foreign songs of six parts barrel staves two of rope means fully thirty copies daily per cap- Â¬ Two hoes are ita to every teacher of music in the and two of cussedncss bored through each cud of the stave land Yet out of this vast number and through these pass tho rope the there is not one song in 500 that ends being fastened to convenient trees reaches a popular sale of flOOO copies hooks or posts like the ropes of a more and less than one tenth as many that peaceable hammock A pillow is exceed an i siie of 300000 copies Hero thrown in carelessly This is done to are the sales of a few well known tempt men and lead them on to death songs Copies told Like a siren that pillow reaches out its 30UU0O Ftov er From Mothers GraTe every feather and beckons yon to come Violets- Sroet 55lW Only a Vanor Utomn 200000 and enjoy its soft embrace and you do 130000 When the teaves Begin to Turn is not Only to See Her Face 130000 so And the end yet You sit down in the mid- Â¬ Notwithstanding this apparent lack dle first imagining that the ham Â¬ of appreciation on the part of asurfeit mock has some feeling like its genus cd public the issue of sheet music con- Â¬ but you are astonished at receiving tinues a profitable enterprise rendered a crack on each side of your so by the spasmodic sale of an occas- Â¬ cranium from the two respective end ional hit the pecuniary return of which staves It startles you at first aud usually overbalances 1omjs entailed in you will doubtless feci a little hurt other directions about it but like all the rest you will Since the days of Stephen C Foster look upon it as a little eccentricity of Henry O Work and John Howard the article and swing your feet in to en Â¬ layue a class of balhulists has sprung joy a reclining osition In doing so into existence the exact description of j oii lind that your pant have lowered which it would be difficult to give The some slack down between the two array embraces almost ovcry vocation middle staves ami that in turning from minstrel to mechanic Among around you are i i danger of twisting the more notable are Frank Howard a hole about the size of a dinner plate well known as author of Onlyalansy in a spot which would inconvenience Blossom When the Robins and you So you gather 3 our robes about Nest Again David Braham James C you taking all the slack on top and Stewart Wm J Scanlan the actor once more prepare to recline This Charles Connolly Sydney Roscnfcld time you have misied your reckoning J K Emmet and Walter riiccnix for the pillow is altotit ten feet above Roscnfcld was formerly a Philadelphia you llow to get up there is the ques journalist while Win Henderson the tion In vain y attempt to reach it writer of so many topical songs was Each time the bottom of the stave with formerly connected with the editorial live of its neighbors flies up ami hits staff of the New York Times These you iu tlie small of the back Then yor comprise only a very few of the thous Â¬ try to slide up Digging your toes be- Â¬ and who have essayed popular song tween two of the bottom staves and making working slowly along you manage to The song which stands alone in the tear a hole in j our vest stick a nail in American market in point of issues your car and grasp tlie pillow all at sold is the Scotch Lassie Jean which the same time But you have got the reached 1000000 copies and is still in pillow aud you are happj fair demand Another great success Theres a newspaper iu your pocket was the ballad Must Wc Then Meet as but how to get it is tle question You Strangers of which many editions dare not move for the pesky thing have been printed Still others arc will kick you out so you content yourÂ¬ Tuckers pretty song Sweet Gene- Â¬ self with reaching for a cigar in a con- Â¬ vieve The Spanish Cavalier Call venient pocket strike a match on a Me Back Again Sweet Forget Mc stave Oh these bat rel hammocks are Not and Pretty as a Picture Then accommodating and settle down for a there must not be omitted Westendorfs smoke In five minutes under the Ill Take Thee Back Again Kath- Â¬ soothing influence of the weed your leen To name the very latest pop Â¬ mind is at rest 3 ou have forgotten the ular song suoccsses is a matter of more tricks that lurk in every individual difficulty The ballad that is whistled stave of your couch and are picturing t -- day by thousands may be dead and to yourself the dash you will cut when forgotten by to morrow while another at home after vacation with eight dol- Â¬ not quite so quick to catch the popular lars per week of saved board money in taste may sell on and on just as your pocket you will paralyze the familiar but old stories like Uncle clerks in the store with stories of gay Toms Cabin do The latter is to day Newport you know At this junc- Â¬ rraong tlie best selling books in the ture one of tiie young lady boarders world Some songs approach but they rushes out ami with a Mr Jones we do not quite equal its lasting jMipular are going she pants her plump form ity Following are the approximate down on the lower staves of the ham- Â¬ sales of some later successes mock The upper ones rise in con- Â¬ Copitftold Watt 300108 junction Jones rises too Your cigar Feeit--bo- Tm the Clouds Roll By 173000 flies in the air and comes down in your When the Robins Nest Again 1J0XM eyes just in time to blind j our sight as TU Await my Love 115000 90000 you descendfroni amongthe branches to Over the Garden Wall 85000 Cluabins up the Golden Stair terra firm a Hurry Little Children Sunday Mora M000 Blank blank the blanked thing Dont Leave Your Mother Tom- 45000 who cut the rope any way Oh ex- Â¬ It is interesting to note how songs cuse me ladies Of course you have are made popular Undoubtedly the to offer apologies at the tea table to stage is the great factor A catchy smooth tlie matter over but Miss ballad brought out by a prominent Brown will always avoid you after that singer invariably produces a desire to for it is possible she had a suspicion that imitate The minstrel is thorcfore before the cigar struck you j ou saw her the introducer of the song Of all the where the treacherous staves of the singers who have popularized musical lower half of that hammock had plac Â¬ compositions in this country Lotta ed her stands at the head Take the num Header should yon ever visit tlie ler of songs written expressly for her country shun the barrel hammock It and sec their subsequent sale in sheet cost one man five years of his life a form Capif SeU new vest ami tlie acquaintance of a Dem GoMca Slippers 300000 most estimable young lady If you In the Xorning by the Bright Light 260000 roust use it take it down and spread it Razors is the Air 23000 1UJO0O on the grass drive a railroad spike Come A lout Sinners Shore Swun for the Goldea 00000 each stave and you have it through How some songs came to le written Cor Newberrtfporl Mais News is an interesting study For several months there was a warm controversy THE SIZE OF MAN on the authorship of Dont Leave It was claimed A Claim Tli at lie Ncvr Had a Greater Your Mother Tom by Miss Maud Beverly but it turned Height Than at Present Men of the present day have no occa Â¬ out as its English flavor indicated sion to feel humiliated because thoy that it was an English song altered ate not taller and larger than they arc its old form being Stick to Your There is no reason in the discovcrh s Mother Jack a Yorkshire ballad of of science for the supposition that men threadbare popularity as well as age as a whole have ever had a greater The author of Climbing Up the Gold- Â¬ average height than they have now en Stair was a poor fellow who board- Â¬ For a long time at Romans in France ed in an attic and got his inspiration near the junction of the Iscre anil by climbing the rickety stairs that led Rhone rivers there existed a deposit to it Philadephia Cor San Francisco of gigantic bones which had long been Chronicle known as the Giants Field In re- Â¬ SICKENING SIGHT cent times bones have been exhumed Fifty Seven Head of Cattlo Transformed there which were believed to be human Into Mountains or Mangled Flesh and which were said to be those of Just as the west bound train had Tcutobodus the King of the Teutons who was overcome near the spot by reached a water tank a mile west of Marius tho Roman General The re- Â¬ PinevBluffs a herd of three thousand searches of Cuvier however proved Texas cattle was observed grazing on that these bones together with all the the adjacent prairie The long horned others exhumed in tlie same place animals gazed at the locomotive a mo- Â¬ ment and then with ono accord started were those of the dinotherium gigan teum an extinct animal of tho tapir toward the train at a rapid gait It species which measured about twenty was evident to the cowboys in chargo of the herd that a stampede was immi- Â¬ feet in lcugtlu The myth of a race of giants has its nent and they endeavored to stop the counterpart in those other creatures of mad rush of the thoroughly crazed an- Â¬ imagination the pigmies These fabled imals Tlie engineer also reached the people who were so small that a stalk same conclusion and crowded on the of grain was a tree to them which they steam in tho effort to pass the herd be Â¬ chopped down with tiny hatchets and fore a collision should occur In this he failed however and a mo- Â¬ brush hooks were said to inhabit Ethi- Â¬ opia They were always at war with ment later there was a terrific shock the cranes but lived on such excellent that shook the train from ond to end terms with the partridges that they and the quivering flesh of frightened were able to harness them into their cattlo was being ground to pulp under The carriages They lived at first accord- Â¬ the wheels of tho locomotive ing to tho fable in Thrace but wore cowcatcher itself worked terrific exe- Â¬ cution iu plungng through the huge driven out of Europe by the cranes and took refuge in Ethiopia- - It is now masses of cattle that were promiscu Â¬ commonly supposed that the pigmies ously piled along the track The locomotive was reversed as were nothing more nor less than monkeys of small size like the mar- Â¬ quickly as possible when a sickening moset The pigmys warfare with the sight met tlie gaze of passongers Dead crane was probably the one grain of and dying cattle lay strewn along tho Many exact truth which survived in the tradi- Â¬ track maimed and mangled with legs partly or wholly torn off tion The stories of the pigmies belong with made desperate efforts to got away the fables of the giants The men of while the hundreds unhurt with tails ancient times were of tho same or curling in the breeze were scattering nearly the same height as those of tlie to all points of the compass As soon as tlie train had been brought present day The doors of tlie aucicnt houses the ancient armor the Egyptian to a standstill a number of passengers mummies as well as the bones of the who were armed with revolvers per-Â¬ fossil men prove tijdffir there has been formed acts of mercy by killing crip- Â¬ pled animals The number of cattle little or no variation Among famous tall men was the killed was fifty seven The locomo- Â¬ Roman Emperor Maxlmln whose stat- Â¬ tive strange to saj was not derailed ReÂ¬ ure was seven and three quartars feet although considerably damaged Maximin was a young barbarian the moval of tho carcasses necessitated a son of a Gothic father who first at delay of over an hour Cheyainc Wyo Leader tractcd the attention of the Romans by overcoming sixteen of their strongest Entirely Too Particular men one after another in a wrestling I wish to report a case of larceny contest and having been made a cen Â¬ turion fought and intrigued his way to shosaid as sho entered the police station yesterday the imperial throne Yesin Whon did it occur The normal stature of men and Last evening women ranges between four feet and At what place six feet four inches Those who exceed On a fony boat sir the latter height may be called giants What aro the particulars while those who are below four feet are Why I was with a young young called dwarfs There have been dwarfs man and scarcely one foot six inches in height Oh you woie Wei go on bnt even these have been consider ibH And toll his name taller than the fabled piini s of jn Of course Youths Cenqcuu tiquity And that I never saw him before Certainly The plcasantest thing in Ibe world Then I wont report tho case sirl are pleasant thought and the grra You aro too ring art of lifo is to ha e as many of tin- l wasnt worth particular and the any over three dollars m possible Eovez bow Vc rtft Free Press o m m - THE BARREL HAMMOCK BrUiUe Advice of One Who lias Experi USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE Keep down the suckers that start from tree roots Is there no ingenuity to devise plans whereby abundance of water may Elmira Hus-Â¬ bo held for time of need bandman A liquid black lead for polishing stoves is made by adding to each pound of black lead one gill of turpentine one gill of water and ono ounce of sugar The best mode of getting rid of in-Â¬ ferior potatoes is to feed them to the stock If this bo done every season the quality of the potatoes will be im- Â¬ proved the seed becomo better and the thrift of the stor greatly pro-Â¬ moted We ought to understand tho make Â¬ In knowing up of plants and animals this and tho elements that compose them wc shall more readily understand the relation existing between them and so be tho better prepared to sup Â¬ ply to the plant through the soil thosO elements known to be lacking When you peel oranges or lemons dry the rinds put them in a thin mus- Â¬ lin sack in the pantry and use them to grate in cakes custards mincc mcat puddings and preserves it is much bet- Â¬ ter than tho essences wo buy but do careful not to get too generous a sprinkling man iarni Field and Stock- Â¬ even stand is desirable and to secure this great care is to be taken in tho sowing A very good practico is to mako tho last harrowing with great care evenly and with the marks all Then the sower can follow parallel these marks first taking the edge of tho field and returning six short paces dis- Â¬ tant from the first course Then re-Â¬ turning on the second course and al Â¬ ways sowing with the right hand to the left Six feet from each is cast as much as can be taken with light seed as or-Â¬ chard grass blue grass red top etc and as much as should be taken with timothy and the quantity of seed taken may be readily guaged to the width of tho cast Tho cast is made with each movement of tho right foot When the wind is blowing even slightly the casts should be made low to avoid ir-Â¬ regular dropping of tho seed and when the light seeds arc sown it is casior to walk across tho harrow marks when the tracks made arc easily seen and as tho wind may carry the seed to one side tho sower may go out of tho straight track to accommodate tho wind and on returning can easily dis- Â¬ tinguish the foot marks of the previous track in the soft soiL A broadcast seeder is a convenient implement and costs but littc and can be carried bj-- the sower with case It drops tho seed low and if the sower goes face to tho wind at tho start the seed is not spread unevenly When in spite of all care an irregular seeding is anticipated it is well to sow half tho seed one waj and cross the sowing the other way when vacant spaces may be covered An inexperienced sower should practice on the snow using sand which can bo easily seen on the PEOPLE WHO SAVE MONEY white surface and in two or three at- Â¬ Occupations Represented Amour a New tempts he will be able to make the sow- Â¬ York SaTlngs Banks Depositors ing quite evenly What class of people deposit most The sowing should be dono as soon largely with you was asked of Mer as the last harrowing is finished when ritt Trimble president of tho Bank for the seed sinks in the loose soil or is Savings covered by the first shower A smooth- Â¬ Oh wc are known as the servant ing plank is a good thing to cover seed girls bank Of the new accounts with It may be eight or ten feet long opened with us inthej carlSSC domes- Â¬ and is fitted with a tongue and two tics opened with 2023 There were stiff braces Tho tongue is fitted to 17105 in all of which no occupation tho plank on the level so that when it was given in 4911 and sundry trades is raised the front end of the plank is 223G elevated a little This prevents the Next to tho domestics como clerks plank from gathering stones or seeds 874 The laborers are not far behind in front of it and causes it to ride over as there were 760 of them Seam- Â¬ them It leaves a smooth even sur-Â¬ liquor-dealer- s stresses were next 392 and face niertcaw Agriculturist with 329 Boarding house keepers manage to save something as 269 put a SYSTEM IN FARMING little in the bank Bar tenders are The Importance of True Economy In Ag thrifty but there are not so many of rlcultural Occupations them as of liquor dealers Only 215 There is no trade or occupation in of them put away money There are lifo which true economy is as import Â¬ just seven less fruiterers in tho list ant as in farming By economy wc do Shoemakers lay by a penny or two as not mean stinginess ordenying ones 186 arc among tho depositors Tho to- Â¬ self the common comforts of life Tho bacconists follow closely 174 and tho farmer who practices it can not expect tailors and cabinet makers aro not far to command the esteem and respect of behind there being 169 of tho former his fcllow mcn nor retain it himself and 163 of tho latter Tips must be more Nor is it necessary in this connection general than is popularly supposed as to admonish farmers of the importance 154 waiters were among the depositors and necessity of saving what thoy Tho carpenters re a close second to make and of turning into read cash tlie waiters there being 151 of them and all kinds of products not needed on the the butchers were one more than tho farm Bnt it is the little economies to carpenters The cartmen were 145 in which we would now more particularly number tho peddlers 144 bakers 143 direct tho attention of farmers and washers 137 It was a close shavo In the first place tho economical between the barbers and musicians farmer is necessarily a neat farmer but tho barbers with 133 aro five He can not afford to allow weeds and ahead Tho blacksmiths pounded on briers to grow up in his fence corners their anvils and the grocers weighed to rob the soil of its fertility and rot on their scales to the same purpose his fences He can not afford to allow There are 122 of each of them while his gates and farm implements to go to the painters were only one behind and rack for tho want of a little repair his the junk dealers were 118 in number farm buildings to do the same for the Ono hundred and nine porters carried want of a little seeing to well knowing their savings to the bank 108 machin- Â¬ that much of the value of his property ist 103 agents and 103 watchmen depends upon its appearance There wes only ono more merchant Take any two farms of the same than there were bootblacks of whom number of acres lying in the same there were an even 100 Next came neighborhood and composed of the 99 coachmen 91 confectioners 87 same character of land the one with fanners 86 firemen 89 police officers its fencing were it not for the briers 86 furriers 71 milliners 69 jewelers and weeds that support it about to 79 conductors 67 bookbinders and an tumble down its fields inconveniently equal number of nurses 62 stonecut- Â¬ located its buildings in a state of di- Â¬ ters 70 printers 61 plumbers 57 phy- Â¬ lapidation without any approach or sicians 59 hatters 55 teachers 46 en- Â¬ lawn to give an air of comfort to the gineers 43 gardeners and the same premises and the other with all these number of actors and upholsterers 43 improvements plainly in view and tho attorneys 38 masons 34 druggist 33 differences in the market value of the tinners 32 artificial flowcrmakers SO two will be from twenty to thirty per varnishers 28 artiste and the same cent in favor of tho latter simply on number of coachmakers There wove account of its neatness Another es- Â¬ just a score of milkmen 18 weavers sential point in economical farming is 15 coopers 9 each of soldiers and en- Â¬ system In no business is it more nec Â¬ gravers 7 moulders 6 each of boat- Â¬ essary to success Kapha za ixl farm Â¬ men and seamen and 3 each of boiler ing may it is true earn a living such makers ostlers and oystermen as it is for the time being but can This makes scventy ono different oc- Â¬ never lay up any thing for a rainy cupations There were grouped under day The methodical man however various trades as many more and in always knows his business and can so those not named there were probably arrange it as to accomplish what he one half as many more so that about has to do with much less inconvenience 175 different occupations out of the 218 expense or labor than ho who farms mentioned in tho last census saved it in n desultory slipshod manner money and rut it away on interest in There must bo system in doing every one savings bank If the occupations thing pertaining to the farm system of ho depositors in all the savings in doing every thing in time system banks were given without doubt all tho in having a place for every thing and occupations would be found to be repevery thing in its place system in not resented putting off any thing until to morrow The larger number of depositors put that can do dono to day system in in between 20 and 530 each the next planning in working in g largest from S100 to 200 and tlie nest in stock breeding and feeding in from 10 to 20 There were 1884 that short system in every thing Balti- Â¬ put in between 1 and 5 more Sun Of the depositors 2626 were married Water Crackers One pound of women 1901 single women 1264 widows 1606 minors and 131 colored flour three ounces of butter add sweet milk or water to persons Tho largest numer of de Â¬ beat until smooth make aa stiff paste with ports wore made in June K Mail roll thin cut in smalt ronndrolling pin cakes aid MidQUlzXt bake m Â¬ grain-growin- When flies and gnats are trouble- Â¬ some in the house shut up doors and blow a little pure and fresh buhach through the cheap bellows that can be had anywhere Pure and fresh re-Â¬ member and then sweep up and burn the corpses Keeping tho powder in close tin cans is essential as it soon looses its virtue when exposed Italian Sauce Put Into a sauce Â¬ pan a little parsley a shallot some mushrooms and truffles if to be had chopped finely also a piece of butter as large as a walnut warm them to-Â¬ gether add half a glass of white vine- Â¬ gar some pepper and salt let all boil gently for half an hour strain and add a tcaspoonf ul of oil Boston Budget Fancy covers for the popular cheap literature of the day are made of paste- Â¬ board covered with pretty cretonne of rough paper with title of the book written or printed upon it in color and of soft leather or chamois Remove the colored paper cover and paste the fresh one on securely A ten cent book may thus be made a fit ornament fot the parlor tabic Indianapolis Journal Soup Stock Put a beef bone weigh Â¬ ing three pounds into three quarts of water and set on to boil Cut up small a pound of lean ham or bacon fry brown then add the liquor from the hones cover up the kettle and simmer five hours strain through the hair sieve and set by until cold remove the fat and it will be ready for any soup that may be required Indianapolis Sen- Â¬ tinel To make pretzels tike of flour one half pound fresh butter one half pound sugar one quarter pound add one whole egg one yelk of an egg some grated lemon peel and a table spoonful of sweet cream Mix thor- Â¬ oughly on a paste board and mold this paste into pretzels or small wreaths wash them over with the yelk of an egg strew them with pounded sweet almonds and bake them to a nice yel- Â¬ low color on a baking plato larded with butter Good Housekeeping If a good dry clay bed can not be secured for the pigs says a writer it is better to retain the plank floor But the clay floor is best and if it can be of about the quality of dirt which will make a good brick it is better than black soil and if it is inclined to red dishness so much the better as then there is an assurance that it contains the muriate of iron which is healthy for hogs applied outwardly or inward- Â¬ ly St Louis Republican SOWING GRASS SEED Subject That Needs to Be Studied by ths A Great JInJorlty of Farmer As a rule the sowing of grass of var- Â¬ ious kinds is made with some grain crop and usually in tho fall with wheat This method however is not or rye just to the grass nor is it favorable for Tlie the best results to the seeding so called foster crop very often robs the grass and exhausts the soil of its needed nutriment and a very poor catch is the result If the soil is thor- Â¬ oughly well prepared by manuring and sufficient tillage the two crops may grow together very well and the grass make a good stand But this is seldom the case except with a few farmers who need no advice or suggestion upon the The great majority of farm- Â¬ subject ers need to study this subject and un- Â¬ derstand the requirements of gras3 for its successful culture The preparation of the soil should bo very thorough The land should be plowed deeply and a liberal coat of manure turned under not buried but with the furrows laid over nt an angle of forty five degrees so that the manure lies between tlie layers of soil standing on edge in a sloping manner The harrow run along the furrows works tho soil and manure together mixing tli cm and making them fine and com- Â¬ pact Tlie harrowing should be con- Â¬ tinued until the whole surface is as smooth as a garden and the soil is quite fine If tho land is clayey and lumpy it should be rolled between the WHAT IS HYPNOTISM rho Way It Was Dlscoyered and Exptaln I ed by an English rbyslclan In 1841 James Braid was in practice as a physician at Manchester Thither came La Fontaine lecturing on mes merism and performing experiments of the familiar type illustrating tho theory of tho stronger will and tho dominant idea Braid was interested in the lectures snspected tho experi Â¬ ments to bo imposures and declared the theory to be false Ho worked at the subject himself and in the years following issued several books contain- Â¬ ing most remarkable experiences reÂ¬ garding what ho called bat which after him was for a long t me known as Braidism and is now described in all tho dictionaries Braid and text books as hypnotism found that most of tho phenomena That a man so could be self induced to speak could mesmerize himself by fixing his gaze on some inanimate ob-Â¬ ject and concentrating his attention proved Ho thus to his satisfaction tho subjective nature of the influence To talk of animal magnetism from an inanimate object was absurd Braidism met with much opposition It was furiously attacked by the mesmerists whose very citadel it threatened and it was received with horror by a large section of tho public who refused to believe in the possibility of its phe- Â¬ nomena There was no mystery as to All thai tho method of procedure Braid did was to take any bright ob-Â¬ ject such as his lancet case between the thumb and fore and middle fingers of the left hand and hold it from cisht to fifteen inches from the eyes of the patient in such a position above the forehead as was necessary to produce the greatest strain on the eyes and On this bright point tho eyelids patient was to stare fixedly In ordi- Â¬ nary cases in fifteen seconds if the patients limbs were lif ted they would evince a tendency to remain in the po-Â¬ sition to which they had been raised in a few seconds more a strange feeling of exaltation would spread through him in a few seconds more he would be asleep and insensible to pain There never is any thing new and of course there was nothing new in Braids discovery The magicians used to hyp otizc their believers by making them gaze at the scratches on the crys- Â¬ tal sphere The Egyptian priests Iryp notized theirs by making them stare at tho mystic signs on the bright metal mirror The anchorites lifted their eyes fixedly to tho firmament and went off into ccstacy Ihc monks of Mount Athos hung their heads and looked downward until they felt their senses swimming away and the Indian ascet- Â¬ ics of 1837 gain hypnotic power by squinting at the tips of their noses as their ancestors havo done for ages As to mesmerizing animals with the passes which granting Braids theory is tho same thing as hypnotizing them there are innumer- Â¬ able examples The iguana can be hypnotized so can the cobra so can the turtle Secure their fixed atten- Â¬ tion for a minute or two and they arc helpless As it is with an ani- Â¬ mal so it is with a man Hold his undivided attention for a short period and ho will fall away into a stito resembling catalepsy Lot him look at a glittering piece of glass a diamond stud or an emerald pin and before his 03 68 have begun to ache he will collapse There is a case on record of a student who was told ho would bo hypnotized from a distance at four oclock on a certain day He was to look at the clock a little before to sec how the time was going An umpire a well known physician was told off to watch him At a minute or two to four ho looked at the clock and his gaze became fixed and as tho clock struck he fell back as if he had been sent to sleep withfull mesmeric honors It docs not suit every body to hypno- Â¬ tize nor docs it suit every body to be hypnotized Tho beginner for fun may find tho patient go off into convul- Â¬ sions and refuse to be awakened by a tap or a puff so it is best to leave ex Â¬ perimenting to competent medical practitioners Leisure Hours neuro-hypno-tis- m IN COLONIAL TIMES RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL ISTOCXOE Ouraceouts tar 1987 to JtHy 1st ar reiiIr ami lhoe w Hit ar Imirbled us will pieaee oall and pefll at oner 11 Two Systems or White SlaTcry Once Pre railing In This Country Manv persons who consider thom selvcs familiar with tho history of this country arc not aware that in tho last century whfto men women and chil- Â¬ dren were held in bondage that the colonial laws in favor of such servitude were as explicit and severe as were thoso in support of negro slavery Such white persons owing a personal service to individual masters were generally known as term slaves though their Among the sixty six graduates from Amherst this yoar was a Japanese harrowings Sowing tho seed alone is preferable If any grain crop at all is used it should be outs in tho spring or buck- Â¬ wheat early in July as may be most Excellent seeding has convenient been made early in August witli a pound of turnip seed to tho acre This shelters the young grass during the winter and dying tho turnips decay in the spring and afford a most useful fertilizer for the crop Timothy and clover and orchard grass and clover and the three kinds mixed and orchard grass alone have been sown in all of these three ways with better results than when sown with fall grain and subjected to the risks of the winter weather In sowing grass and clover seed an GAVE UP AT LAST The Straw Which Broke a Dakota Settlers Proud Spirit A Dakota settler who had had bad luck financially was finally taken sick A friend called to sec him and said to his wife I was surprised to hear of your hus- Â¬ bands sickness I thought he was re markabry strong and healthy Yes John was always very healthy but ho got so discouraged at last that it jes made him sick But he was always of such a cheerful and buoyant disposition I never expected to see him give up this way Yes John was always mighty When tho barn burnt up an gritty killed the new team ho never said a word but jes braced up an built another barn an got another team Yes I remember he did Then when the house burnt ho didnt complain a bit but went to livÂ¬ ing in a tent jes as cheerful I know it When tho farm was sold on a mort- Â¬ gage an the children were all took sick John kep right up as happy as ever Yes cook stove - thats so Bynby tho sheriff took tho cow an Johns foot an smashed it but still ho didnt pear to bo a bit discouraged an a wagon run over Then our oldest girl run away an married a corn doctor both our horses died John got beat on a law suit an fell down an broke his leg Still ho held his head right up an said hed come out on top yet Yes well what was it that could possibly have occurred to break his spirit and mako him sick at last He had to sell the old black dog for fifty cens to git money to buy flour an tho man just bought him for his hide an nothing else an wc know it Just as soon as John saw the man tic old Tige under the wagon he come right in and throwed himself on the bed an says he Samanthy thats too much to stand I wont never git offn this bed a live manP I reckon I wont be long follerin him you ortcr seen the way old Tige could take a hog by the ear an swing it right around in a circle Dakota BelL I know ho didnt Longing for goodnoss does Hot OoVIXGTON AKXOLD Bko bring it It is to be sought after with for js N B Those who wt all the might will hvp eoe t by ealltir at 01 re America Is growing hotter Tho A Hi Ju6 tf church attendance for 1887 was twenty per cent over that of 1886 Some of his children must go into the furnace to testify that the son of E E Prentice God is there with them Every man has in himself a con Â¬ legal status was-- represented by the tinent of undiscovered character Hap Â¬ word redcniptioner py is he who acts the Columbus of his Isaac Weld Jr in his book of travels own soul in America published in tho last He who shall introduce into public AND century asserts that it was the custom affairs the principles of primitive Chris Â¬ shipmasters at Rotterdam and tho tianity will re oIutionize the world of Hanse towns tc inveigle the peoplo on Benjamin Franklin to their vessels under promise of free Is prepared to do all kinds of The women of tho Presbyterian On reaching tho Church of this country arc said to have passage to America BUILDING AND COTKAT colonics announcement of tho arrival raised in the past sixteen years 2 of mechanics and laborers would bo 150000 for missions WORK made and persons in want of such Rev Dr llappcrliassccwed160 would flock to the ships and the poor 000 toward AT THE MOST founding a Christian Col Â¬ Germans would bo sold to tho highest lege in China and expects to open the Â¬ bidder the captains pocketing tho pro- institution next January ceeds D ing good to our fcllow meu Redcmptionors constituted in the makes a greater imprcssioH 01 most of anil in the best manner He early part of the eighteenth century a peculiar feature of colonial anxiety them than any other course opcH to us thoroughly educated Carpenter Central Christian Advocate ami builder ami They wore recruited from among all rontemp it Depend upon it in the midst of all ing buiiding will do well to m- r manner of people in the old world and through this channel Europe emptied tho science about the world ami its an estimate from him upon America not only the virtuous ways and all the ignorance of God ami Office at his residence on IIil e His greatness the man or woman who poor and oppressed of her population but tho vagrants felons and the dregs can say Thy will be done with true Irvine Street July22 tf of her communities There was thus heart forgiving us is nearer the secret established among the first settlers a of things than the geologist or theolo Â¬ George MacUonaM society that in many places was ai gian The trustees of Harvard Universi- Â¬ most imbued with a moral pestilence ty Senator Geo P Hoar ex Speaker Among tho rcdemptioncrs however wore a fair proportion of sturdy souls Winthrop Profs Putnam Heaton and strong in purpose and endeavor who others have bought for 4000 sixty appreciated the great opportunity cre- Â¬ acres of land in Bratton Township ated for them by this complete change Adams County O on which is situated The party will of life and country At the expiration tho Serpent Mound of their term of service many by thrift make a National Park of the tract and industry elevated themselves to N W Christian Advocate respectable positions and were ab- Â¬ If we work upon marble it will sorbed in the middle class perish if we work upon brass time There wore two kinds of rcdemp- Â¬ will efface it if we rear temples they who will crumble into dust but if wc work tioncrs indented servants had bound themselves to their masters upon immortal minds if we imbue for a term previous to leaving the old them with principles with the just fear who of God and love of our fellow men we country and frcc willers being without money and desirous of engrave on thoso tablets something emigrating agreed with the captains that will brighten to all eternity of ships to allow themselves or their Daniel Webster families to bo sold on arrival for the The Tabernacle Baptist Church captains advantage and thus repay New York has received in form of a costs of passage and other expenses loan what is in reality a gift of S65000 The former indented servants were of which 30000 is from Mr Rockefe- Â¬ often trapped into their engagements ller 30000 from Mr J A Bostwick by corrupt ageuts at home who perÂ¬ and 5000 from Mrs Bishop The in- Â¬ Ceatr r Seratebw suaded them all under false promises terest to bo paid to each is SI a year Edatiea Yz- Spraiaf Lrafees of tender and humane treatment and and no foreclosure will be made so long IthecmatirB Xrcyt c Strsias assurances of remunerative employ- Â¬ as the church is maintained as a regu Â¬ Ucrra Hoof A Stiteke ment at expiration of service which lar Baptist house of worship Scald-Seirv Etfa3iti Vf3 would insure a competent provision 2ackefce Rev Dr Tillett of Vanderbilt Uni- Â¬ Etiagt SaBf Svina r for tho remainder of their days Tho versity recently visited a Mormon Hi to Saddle Z Sortt emigrants often discovered on arrival Sunday school while in Salt Lake City BrstKS Tries Spavfat that the advantages to be obtained in As ho entered the infant class depart- Â¬ Bnsnss Ccrai Crafcs America had been painted by tho ment a temporary teacher was saying THIS GOOD OLD S7A3D E agents in much too alluring colors Well boys whore is your teacher nocomplthj Frequently their masters forced them They all replied promptly in concert lorlt Qooot for everybody exsrtty ofcu tin naioni fur tbg great p nr to most rigid labor and exercised an In tho penitentiary The teacher tho Hasrtans Thilionot b foaadlat JW- r unnecessary severity then asked Is he there for doing nipieahillt7 KmjlodynUcyt a nThe Lnsabermnii mead UUi com The free willers suffered even worse right or for doing wrong All re- Â¬ TheIIoBrTrifenorolfaernerjif a treatment at the hands of shipmasters plied For doing right Dr Tillett The CaaaliT anno It for his ten and agents They were led to believe learned afterward that the man in The Jleebasie Bonis that on arrival in America their ser- Â¬ question was serving a term for bigÂ¬ Sesck tat cse or enirrsm The 3Iiner vices would be eagerly solicited by amy i ThelIoBerBeotlol-coii-tt- al persons who would gladly pay tho cost The Farmer Bonis it In kin boa of their passages which being only 9 iBd Bta stock yud WIT AND WISDOM The Steamboat an or llwlUima the emigrants would soon be able to it la llborolnpftyBcoanlairr repay and thus secure their liberty Tho greatest homage we can pay eds It it The Herse and all tho onjo3 ment and prosperity to truth is to use it Emerson friend asd rnfml reUaace needs tt t W t that the new country afforded to ad- Â¬ The man who blows out the gas is The stoeU erower a world of and venturers Agreements were entered anxious to know what they feed mock tbooMMU of doUMSmas Bredsttaa lnu The Railroad into whereby these deluded ones bound turtles on leas as BtsHfe Is a roosd of aecidec- ui thcmsolves that if on arrival they did Tho llneliTroodsmaa ceds It Whenever I aatMose tor th- not succeed within a certain number of of something thatfind myself covetousÂ¬ leg lite Hun which scrroaod dan r I have not I can ef- Unb aadeoosfort needs M about Jor days in securing employment on their hs Tho aierchant fect a cure by recollecting what I have own terms they could be sold for a his etayes Accidents will haio a a Tramp Arc you going in bath- Â¬ these 000M the Hasans Llnlsnen wan- term of ye irs to defray the charges Kcepa Battle inthisHaasc Tu ing sir Gentleman Yes for their passages Alas tho frec Tramp Shall I hold vour pocket eoonomr- a Bottle In the Factory Iiilcr willers with rare exceptions had a Keep Tid Bits nMlaeaseef accidCBsttTasralaindt rude awakening on reaching tho col- Â¬ book Keep a Bottle Always in tho -t-afcl Problem in arithmetic If a man onics Under their agreements the Bso when wanted captains had a legal lien on tho per-Â¬ gets full when he has a half holiday ieht sons of the emigrants until tho ship what would he get if he had a whole Charlestoum Enterprise charges were paid consequently they holiday Der feller dot can vhittle a pooty were not allowed to go on shore but were exposed to view on deck to the peo- Â¬ goot cha acter out of der rough chibs plo who came on board in search of ser- Â¬ of efery day life he vas cnditled to haf vants Except in cases of extraordin Â¬ a goot abetite on his tomb shtone ary qualifications very few of them PrelzcVs Weekly wore happy enough to make their own Do not think a lesson learned until stipulations and they found themselves you have found some thought that sold for several years of tedious labor seems particularly to fit your needs Each lesson holds such a thought if we and servitude The terms and conditions of service but find it Seek diffored in the different colonics So great a happiness do I esteem Among the archives of the Pennsylva- Â¬ it to be loved that I really fancy every nia Historical Society are somo origi Â¬ blessing both from gods and men nal bonds or agreements between ready to dscend spontaneously upon ship captains and redemptioners him who is loved Xenophon From them wo learn that the usual Little Dick I dont want to do price paid in that colony for three that Omaha mamma But you must years service was 21 Is and 6d Why Because I say so Whats When his time had expired a man was tho reason I have to mind you I aint entitled to receive two suits of clothes your husband Omaha Word a grubbing hoe a weeding hoc and a Lawyer There Is a fearful wind new axe Children sold for from 8 to coming in at that window Office boy 10 and their masters wore required Shure an I will to sec that they were taught to read wan too so thejist open the ither wind can and write and had at least ono quar- Â¬ through an not bother ye go on Detroit ters schooling A Y Star Free Press In a breech of promise suit in Ohio THE LIMEKILN CLUB the girl showed up 745 letters for 120 days of love That was over six letters Brother Gardner Intimates That lie I per day and yet the young man kept Perfectly SatlsUed With Tills World I wish do world would let me alone saying he wished he could find time to Is prepared to snpply his custom 1 with the best fur a couple of weeks said Brother drop her a line now and thon Thought says Dr Munger Gardner as the echoes of the triangle died away It has got to dat pass may stay behind silent lips but when whar I am constantly lookin fur sun it becomes feeling it runs to expres- Â¬ Wc bwc noticed this in cases thin to happen an it is waria on my sion of mon who thought they were hitting liarves Ebcry Monday mawnin we kin a nail bnt who felt that they had AI Y Commer- Â¬ look in do papors fur an item to de ef mashed thoir fingers AT THE LOWEST PRItF feck dat do cholera am sartin to reach cial Advertiser A middle aged man at tho beach dis kentry On Tie lay mt rnia wc kin cx whoso wife thought tho water too cold peck to find dat s mctdy has dlskib for bathing that day encouraged her ored a new comet and dat said comet in a novel way No Meriar he ar gwiuo to swst h his tail around an said pointing to some iron waste pipes that entered the water where be stood knock dis k j ltry all to smruh On Wodncrlay mawnin wc ar dont you sco Theyre a mnnin hot purtysarfm to find a medical report to water into tlie ocean an heatin of her do offeck dat cousumpshun has in- Â¬ up creased fifty per cent in dis ko ltry in His tickor brought more tick I have just oiiened a New Bar K de las five yars an dat culld men When I was young and alt was wH on First Street Fine I used to lire on tick all obcr do kentry am droppin dead As merry as a marrtge beU wid heart disease Until my wife took sick Thursday am do rcgIar day fur TncaIwabrokemy darHog wire From day to day grew sicker prcdictin tidal waves cyclones an Acd I was forced to save life student B ILUCt BUJXBER C EI TR AGTOB Reasonable Hates 1 the - YOP- uslani mimeiit - -- -- 1 Il - 1 - faer - I TT -- 1 1 -- 1 1 - DOUGLAS The IlTitelier j 4 Steaks Sausage and lYIuiicx enoN EEANDIES on WHISKIES finanshul panics Bostons dumbo Gorilla Boston has just received from Africa tho largest gorilla ever landed in this country- - His nanie is Jack and ho is five feet in height when standing erect and measures seven feet from the end of one outstretched hand to the other He weighs about one hundred and twenty five pounds and exhibits enor- Â¬ mous strength compared with which that of man seems like a childs He arrived in a large box made of plank- Â¬ ing two and a half inches thick and when being removed from tho ship he tore largo splinters from tho hardwood planks with as much case as a child would break a twig Tho hair which is very coarse ond from two to four inches in length is of a grconish gray color and on the back leg3 and arms inclines to a black His shoulders arc immense Tlie expression of tho faco which is black is scowling The eyes are small sunken in H10 horut and the Upslargt BiutmSn V Y Sm dat de coal fields of do world will be Did ye ever hoar tho story of Pat exhausted in about 252000 yars ebcry and his employer asked a haokmaa stick of wood be gone a yar later an as he declined to drink the third time No dat do culld populashun kin prepare tell us it Vanderbilt reÂ¬ fur a sorrowful time marked tho drivers fare Well Saturday eands up do week wid a Pat was out wid his master wan day railroad slaughter a big hotel fiah a and was asked to drink He did Then steamboat collishun an do statement again and he did Tho third timo Pat dat do germs of yaller fever hcv ap- Â¬ declined and as he did so said what I peared iu watermellyons Wan Dis puts us think is very thnie gentlemen all in a good frame of mind an when Sur is good Two s betthor But wo go to church on Sunday an har three is not half enouglu Philadel Â¬ de preacher tell how glad wo ortcr bo phia CalL dat we ar lowed to lib frew de week A Careful Nurse Girl we feel dat ho has struck do key note Tho Hibernians idea of being care Â¬ I tell 3 011 I doan care two cents whether do sun am 93000000 miles ful is sometimes rather peculiar A from de airth or only 92990000 I lady who had recently engaged an doan know whethor do moon am in Â¬ Irish nurse maid said to her one day habited or not an I doan propose to while walking in tho ganlen lose any sleep ober it Dis kentry may Mary wrap the baby up very care- Â¬ hov 2000 mild of c vst exposed to da fully and bring him out to me Yi muni attack of afurrein iron clad but I aint glibly replied Mary gwine to git up one minlt airlicr iu de and straightway departed mawnin She presently returned bringing It may bo dat de intelleck tual standard of do world has decreased tho infant bundled and bound in a ten per cent in de las decade but Isc shawl strap gwine to keep right on buyin J same You unfeeling crcatnreP shrieked grade of codfish fr m do same grocer the poor mother frantically You Insanity may bo puinin ground nt de will kill the child rntc of hvopcrc n per yar but me Not at all mnnu not at all You r ii ee oc woman tun gwlno to smoko lowld me to be careful an 1 jn The K ml 01 terbackT an smthe choild was so hivvy I thought a shawl wid do sarao miku ob sbtrap was tho safest wy iocarrj oi him BAlvcLtroit ree firut 1oulht Companion Friday ar sartin to bring do news To lire upon my ticker Dttree Free Prut her CIGAKS ETQ Constantly -- Hari tint J- CALL AND SEE MB lonn McKensiGOOX -- KEEP apr 13 lohn Dvaes will fnrakii in n 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