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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i a I I J m 5 1887 YOLUME I LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY COMMON RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER ILEAS COURT NUMBER 16 THE CLIMAX riDLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner S E Clerk W H Miller Scott MASONIC Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd First Monday in January ist Monday Co and 4th Tuesdav in ech month W M in June and 3rd Monday in October J SPEED SMITH B J Newlon Secretary time op holding circuit court Â¬ PRICE PER YEAR 200 Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ Richmond R A Chapter No 16 ber FRENCH TIPTON Editors meets 3rd Tuesday in each month Wm G WHITE WF FRANCIS H P time of holding quarterly and county court D P Armer Secretary Quarterly Court fourth Monday in RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO 10 January ApriLTuly and the 2nd Monday Regular meeting first Tuesday in each J in October month Vismngbir Knights Smith D D S ously invited to attend are courte- in County Court of Claimsnd Monday July PLEASANT FAXCIKUS County Court first Monday in each J SPEED SMITH Pittsburg Chronicle OFFICE Main street two doors Eminent Commander month The fine rapture of physical june22 tf above Second time of holding city court D P Armer Recorder life at this season he zest of appe- Â¬ First Saturday in every month Madison Lodge NoiS3 at Kirks ville DDS C MORGAN tite and bulm of rest after a good J county officers meets Saturday evening before the full County Judge J C Chenault moon in e ery month days work are the sportsmans street over Mndl County Clerk Thomas Thorpe T E SHANKS W M rOFFICE Main RIcbmoud Ky For him the own possessions County Attorney J ASullivan Â¬ J M Smith Secretary bon National Bank Sheriff N B Deatherage June 22 tf mists rising from valley and brook George V Maupin Jailor the glistening frost the crisp air Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Coroner Alexander Korria M POYNTZ DR meets Saturday evening before the full Surtejor B F Crooke What a the reddening leaf Assessor John W McPherson SURGEON moon in every month AND PHYSICIAN M BOEN W M Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda companionable understanding with JAMES Â¬ Million OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ J C Witt Secretary the setter that beats the field and june22tf son County Drug Store city officers Waco Iodge No 33s at Waco meets what token of a royal day when Â¬ City Judge II C Rice 4U1 Saturday in every month EVANS M G City Attorney AJ Reed the first flushed bird rises on D G MARTIN W M Â¬ City Collector R A Barlow W T Fielder Secretary AND SURGEON tumultuous wing and the breech- Â¬ PHYSICIAN City Clerk R G Dunn OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ Aii loader gives horse welcome John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at city tolice june22tf son County Drug Store Union City meets 2nd Saturday in eery D Feeney and J A Mcrshon these are delights known only to J month JOHN HILL W M TAYLOR DR city council the craft The world of fashion Paris Railroad will pass twenty John G Taylor Secretary J D Mitchell Mayor Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery can offer nothing like unto them miles through Scott county To Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox First Ward J Stone Walker RICHMOND KY town meets 3rd Saturday in every month and while the gun and rod find buill that many miles of the road Second Ward G W Evans ROFFICE Hccond street over D P SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Third Ward Owen McKee june22tf loyal interpreters there will be will ost 400000 just four times Aniiers jewelry store Jacob H Shearer Secretary Fourth Ward J W Caperton is TIME OF HOLDING COMMON rLEAS COURT Climax Printing Professional Oarcls is relisted three millions of people so dead to all the feelings of liberty as voluntarily to submit to be slaves would have been fit instruments to make slaves of the Mr OBrien said rest I tell you that the English people would despise you and say it served you right if you were to lie down without fighting for your homes Â¬ AWilkes Â¬ J W Df mix with bran feeding warm on CO cold mornings It may be object- Â¬ CLAUDE SMITH ed that beans make costly food HAVE OPENED A NEW If we raise them ourselves they fo not cost so much more than wheat and are much better tak- Â¬ Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy ing the place of meat to a great extent Besides that in many in- Â¬ onWest Main Street They carry groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of stances one can buy a lot of beans a general line of been spotted by bad that have Standard weather which can be purchased Hardware Queensware Glassware Woodenwre very cheaply Journal of AgriTinware The gateway to the rich coal and iron lands of Eastern Ken Â¬ culture And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Stores and tucky was opened yesterday by Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable There are immense herds of catGroceries Ellis Uiggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for work beginning on the L C V tle in Uruguay and tne Argentine good good have railroad This marks unmistakably Confederation which are only kept Theywill sellthe newest and best lowest nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a for CASH at the and share of other people to call and see them the great future of Winchester from active competition with prices New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices in a practical Mr of and from this time on will become American beef in the English several Smith experience andtinnerwlf years he They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell an ojective point for capital seek- markets by the fact that they are do all kinds of tin work rooting and them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people repairing in the best style nt lowest ing investment Our forefathers of such wretched quality that no rates aug 10 lyr want CALL AND SEE THEM june22 tf builded better than they knew and one wants their meat But the located Winchester exactly in the cattle owners in that far away right place Our city is now be region are rapidly realizing the ginning to throng with speculators necessity for improving the char- Â¬ and persons seeking business lo- acter of their stock and for some Have bought the stock of goods and rented the store house of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on cations and employment Win time past there has been an actve Main street and chester Sun movement of improved cattle in The Frankfort Georgetown and that direction from England Â¬ company to bore for nalurjtl gas in Taylor Adair and Green counties Their machinery went down Saturday They expect to put down three wells at as many points along Green River Major W J Davis of Louisville a capable geologist thinks their chances good to find gas at a depth of two to four hundred feet Lebanon Hardware Store NEW GROCERY ELLISl HIGGINS STAPLE MTCY GROCERIES Â¬ TOBAOOOS OIG ABS Â¬ Shackelford Gentry Go TJ drTjohn foster MAIN STREET m Up Stairs Madison Lodge No 4 I O OF Richmond District No 1 D P Armer meets eery Monday qightat Odd Fellows at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Hallon Main Street Willi at Court House ist baturday M B ARBUCKLE N G Offers his professional services to the Liuan Parrish Cons able public LJ Frazee Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million Office same as Bennetts law office Boone Encampment N040 meets e ery at King Store 3rd Monday Richmond upstairs over Herndons drug store corner of Main and Second streets first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Kanatzar in S Buftalo school hoiise 4th Chenault Constable Saturday J jjly27 ly Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky Richmond Ky No 3 Albertis Parks WL FARLEY C P at Union District1st Saturday Union City L J Frazee Scribe John A C AMBROSE Turpin at IJoy iesville 2nd Saturday R Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No N Lantcr Constable FORD KY Ellioton District No 4 Wm Benton 3 meets second Thursday in each month at Odd Fellows Hall at Wco 2nd Saturday John W Office linure 2 to 4 oclock in the af R A BARLOW Captainn Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles ternoon Boards at Mr J C Irickeya Â¬ Frazee Clerk Oldham Constable LJ June 22 tf Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at KNIGHTS OP HONOR Iceland D W T SEXSMITH M D Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets Kingston 4th Saturday Maupin at Speedwell PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows George Young Constable2nd Wednesday Hall at 7 oclock Glade District No 6 James M Wood WHITE HALL KY W B BENNY Dictator at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal James Tevis Reporter Offers his professional services to the low ay at Whites Station ist Saturdav augi7 lyr public R G Ballard ConUble CHURCH DIRECTORY Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton DR J FAIN at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander BAPTIST Ray at Kirks ille 3rd Saturday J M UNION CITY KY Cane Spring Calvinist ist Saturday Fowler Constable Ofleres his professional services to Poosey Distiict No S J N Hendren Â¬ and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru the public at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A pard Aug 17 tf Office at Joe Gentrys at Reagans Store 3rd Friday Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Chandler S D Carpenter Constable Rev T L Law son M M D Sunday Pastor Million District No 9 J M Long at Hardin W Bright A Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New- Â¬ Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble SURGEON PHYSICIAN and ly at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday James A Harvey Constable RICHMOND KY Law son Pastor T L OFFICE Second street over Madi-t-oBrick Church Kirksvillc Saturday Store County Drug Local Produce Markets and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday CORRECTED WEEKLY I want it distinctly understood that I BY COVINGTON am the only one in Richmond that un Â¬ and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor ARNOLD 4 BRO GROCERS IRVINE thorough use or the Rev derstands the STREET RICHMOND KY Microscope and Chemistry as applied Richmond ist and 3rd Saturdays and to examinations of tissues and fluid Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Richmond Ky Sept 30 1SS7 of the human body I only mention Sabbath Praj er meeting Thursday night My Mgna Pastor Rev tliis for honest protection Beef Cattle Butcher Jc ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ Richmond Predestinarian Sen ices 2nd Hogs 23mehly tion Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Sugar Cured Hams 3t5c Bacon Hams Country Pastor Rev E H Burnam Cured PARRISH Silier Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Butter 20250 Pastor Rev B S Hunting Chickens 50 1 752 00 Attorneys At Law Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ Eggs loijavilgc day Pastor Rev John G Pond nCnf6yc RICHMOND KY Wheat 2 Viney Fork 00 Secial attention aiven to abstracting Pastor Rev 4th Saturday and Sunday Flour per barrel 2 25Corn -5 J A James titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Hay per 100 lb Office in Climax building S E Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs 40050 Corner Main and Second Streets up day Pastor Rev Lard Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Tallow June 22 tf stairs -vices 3rd Saturday and lollowing Sunday in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and Beeswax BURN AM io3S also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Feathers Meal r75S5c fcldcr hi Campbell Oat3 per bushel 40500 1 Orchard Grass 25 CATHOLIC 1 20 RICHMOND KENTUCKY German Millet Richmond Services ist and 3rd Sun Timothy Seed oo 3 25 A R Hur days 10 A M OFFICE with C F Pastor Rev Father Oats in sheaf iiblM juue22tf Haley nam on First Street Choice blue grass seed b5075 Kea top seea 7Ug35 DISCIPLES OF CHRIST A SULLIVAN Sweet Potatoes 12 50 Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS PastorEId J W Harding 5U1 Sunday RICHMOND KENTUCKY Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ Glade 4th pay 1500 premium OFFICE on First street same ns day Pastor Elder Colier OUR FORESTRY IXTKRBSTS formerly occupied by County Judge Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding L Mr Malcolm Thompson ol oct6 ly Miller Chicago Journal Saturday rastor mcier josepn isnncw Paynes Depot Jbrought us a pomeMt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and It is lie opinion of men who preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 SCOTT grown on have studied the subject that Irne granate the other day A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman a bush planted by his grandmoth Mt Zion ist and 3rd Sundays and culture can be made financially Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor RICHMOND KY profitable Mr Conrad of Chica Â¬ er Mrs Auram Drake lilty tnree Elder L H Reynolds Lexington Gazette Office on Second Street jure22tf Richmond Services every Sunday at go estimates that the trees re years ago 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school Thirty three members of the G CS at 930 AM Prayer meeting Wednes- Â¬ maining on an acre of ground at day etenings 715 Pastor Prof W 1 the end of eighty years would be A R and other secret societies McClintock 1000 or at the rate of have been expelled from the Â¬ Union ist Sunday and preceding Satur- worth RICHMOND KY day Pastor 12 a year besides yielding very United Brelhorcn church at IlecK Office on Second Street jjue 22 tf White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor considerable returns long before ville O for violating the rules Elder L H Rej nolds Next Door to Luxnns June 22 tf Berea Lodge No 617 at Betei meets st Saturday Wm M ADAMS W M J C Davis Secretary I 00F JUSTICES OF TIlErEACECONSTABLESAND PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS FEDRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER DR1HIL ROBERTS DR7U Â¬ T n TURNER Â¬ Attorney at aw J ET Attorney at Law TJ Attorney at Attorney at aw aw POWELL Attorney at A J REED Richmond Protestant Services every ti A Will practice in Madison and adjoining Sunday atsummer M and at 8 P MS months Friday at during the counties nnd in the Court of ApjeaK 1M raster Kev w Y blieppard Office in Master Commissioners METHODIST office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf Centenary M E College Hill ist Sunday morning and 4th bunday morn Â¬ ing and night Prayer meeting every al ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Grider M E South 2nd SunCollege Hill day morning and night Prayer meeting Largest nnd most complete stock In every alternate Wednesday nijiht Suh- Central Kentucky Our motto Best day school every Sunday morning PasGoods and Lowest consistent Prices tor Eld D H Marrimon Superintendent 0 W Boone alsois fortunate in his cabbage Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples labor shall permit itself to be P CARROIil began last week his annual series Pastor 77 and 79 W Maiu St Lexington Ky Providence every Sunday crop He has a little niorei than taxed as heavily for the support Rev H B Cockrell dec 22 lyr of visits to public schools Ue two acres with about 5000 heads Richmond South Services every Sun- - of monopolies as for the support reports a marked improvement which are being sold by dealers at V wyE Arnold and 7 M PastorReH of the Government there may be aw EPISCOPAL S23Es S GRASS AND FIELD Â¬ Â¬ Was up heah to our far He complimented smiled an talked An lectioneered aroun As if to say Bad luck ye Rad What tries to git me down In dis heah next Congression race To git thar I am bound De minahs up heah struck fur high De coal men struck fur low Result is aint much minahs hear Dey gone to Jellico Folks say dough all would go to work N But fur de L Â¬ Who wont be suaded hired or made To switch the flat cars in N Dat nopolizing L Â¬ Sez Howard ob Queen City Co Wont eben switch de flat cars heah Â¬ I gits from K C don cher know But da dey is at Libingston An been dar many a day All neatly switched on der side track Â¬ But fifteen miles away But Wicks a man wont be outdone N Hc6 sued de L Foe if he cant pull stoppers out Hell push dc stoppers in Now when Wick Howard gains his ca An all de cars hab come Den all de mines will work agin A Miami Ohio county Horti- Â¬ And bring de minahs home culturist recommends the sowing Dar come up here on Friday last Wid Henry Thomsons aid of rye to be used as manure for Some culled scabs to work his mine As soon as it heads De railroad shipped m all postpaid late cabbage or a little sorncr plow it under For dars a sayin goes aroun and jwill hold the moisture in a De L N did threat Dat all who gib de asked drought It is cheaper than buy Â¬ From dem no flat cars get 3 cents ing manure An dat is why you well may guess S D Goff of Clark county sold Queen City lies in idleness We cant tell how de thingll work to Lehman Bros 235 cattle of But wouldnt be surprise these 02 he delivered at once at If somethin turnup fore next week cts 40 to be delivered October To make us ope our ejes prohibiting the members of that 20th at sanie price these will Your umble sarvants teach in school that period JVmong the blackjack tuff church from joining secret socie- weight 1G50 pounds Theremain An shores vour born de kids do say ties HOW TO PROTKCT LABOR der will bo fed until Nov 20th He use dem blackjacks anuff Philadelphia Iteoonl The remains of Samuel McKee and wilUweigh 1700 pounds The But narry time would he surbibe There is outsort of labor parade Esq whoso recent deatji was price for the latter lot is private De trials an dc clashin the Record longs to see When Muted in the Advocate reached his but is considerably above the rul If dar was not a purty gal To help him do de frashin labor shall get up on its hind feet old home in charge of his mother ing price You say you catch him on de fly and go to the polls to clean out and brother A R McKee and Now dats too big a noshun A S Robertson is one of the For hes about a Half grown gnat the Kolleys Randalls McKinneys after appropriate services at the Mnhones and others of like kidney family residence on yesterday lew farmers who has a good lot of Afioatin on de otlmn who cry out for the protection of aiiernoon were mterreu in our potatoes this year He has about f But if ycii dont lub gnats in hash which Jist lay dis on de floor T400bfshols labor it will be the beginning of a cemetery Danville Advocate An pick em out an eat de rest he is selling at 1 per bushel He De flabors good as new dispensation So long as your own Â¬ 1c I2ji5c 25j ooc iii2lc 4ic iioc ioi ji those who find life worth the liv the amount that Scott county ing and the American autumn tiie asked to subscribe to the entercrown jewel of the circling year prise Bourbon county has voted to subscribe 250000 and will get s about 1G miles of road Franklin BGKCIIARD county has voted S150000and will New York Sun It is announced that the Rev get about 9 miles of the road In to the miles of railroad Dr K R R Burchard has proportion lo be secured Bourbon and Frank become a supporter of Mr Clevelin counties will give more than land Very likely it is true It is natural that Dr Durchard twice the sum asked from Scott Many counties would jump at the should put himself after mature proposition offered to Scott deliberation on the side of the Georgetown Times candidate whom he elected Republican journals express sat The building and saving associ regret at the ation now numbers 101 members isfaction rather than depaiture of the alliterative Doc who hold shares to the amount of tor lie is an honest and able 40200 It is desired to raise it man wjiose only failing is a to 50000 after which there will weakness for the letter R but on be no effort to increase The afaccount of his political service to fairs of the concern are even Mr Cleveland three years ago he more promising than the most lias naturally not been the most sanguine expected and those who popular member of the Republi are in would not part with their can party stock for apremittm over all payWhat countersign will this new ments At present it looks like Will an investment in it will be better recruit repeat this time be this it than anything else that a man can Reform and put his money in and to the poor Renomination Rats man especially it affords a safe Brother Burchards defeqlion and sure means of hoarding up from the Republicans can not be his earnings Stanford Journal considered favorable to Mr Clevelands prospects lie can not CONCERNING FARMERS repeat his service of 1SS1 At a sale in Woodford county 25 acies of standing corn brought NEWS PARAGRAPHS 17 per acre hay 10 fo21 per Mrs James G Clinkenbeard acre hemp 950 per acre who recently died in Clark county J W Yerkes and Granville was originally a Miss Grimes near Cecil have sold their farm situ McCords shop ated three miles east of Perryville Dr Charles E Simmons has on the Danville pike and containbrought a bill against the estate ing 124i acresj to Thos Baker for 01 Samuel J Tilden for 143000 4600 per acre Danville Advofor medical attention during the cate seven years preceding the old The annual consumption of gentlemans death feathers in this country for bedRobt McConnell a wealthy ding purposes amounts to 3000 farmer of Versailles Ky died Sat-Â¬ 000 pounds or 375 car loads To urday night He carried 40000 furnish this 3000000 healthy life insurance and if he had lived geese must give up their feathers until Monday would have had to every year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ During the month of July last They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of there were exported from England sixty five Shorthorns of which sixty two went lo South America and within two months about 250 Uerefords have been exported to the same country It will not take long at this rate to make a decided impression upon the immense stocks ol the pampas and afford some good cattle for ship- Iff OKTE ment This competition must be JJLJL met some day but we have a long way of cattle improvestart in the WE SELL A FULL LTNE OF To ment and if we keep on eliminatTJbLO ing the scrub and supplying his place with animals of improved CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING blood this generation will probably not be inconvenienced by comAF petition from below the equator E W WIGGINS Breeders Gazette Â¬ Â¬ WILL CONTINUE BUSINESS Â¬ Â¬ All Kinds of HARD WAHE STOVES and TIN WAUE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing Guttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Done in the most Workmanlike Manner BUT THE BEST OP WORKMEN EMPLOYED WORK WJRIfcAJVTED The Trade Farming Implements Known 33st JdBZXf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EAST BEIiNSTADT TO THE 1ERKINS CORRESPONDENT Â¬ Dis am Saturday an rainin An hab been fur sometime De air is cold de sky am dark An Im got narry dime So ebery thing seems to combine To help me write a billious rhyme Now like the ghost ob Hamlets pa Im one time heah anuder da Still if de white folks lub hog hash I sen em some dat kin o trash I know dat itll please you folks Way down in de blue grass dar To hear that Gov James C Mc w IGGINS BREOK Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills IRON MANTELS AND GRATES BRECK Builders Hard ware and Building Material Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city prices We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of best brands of KOOFING TIN PLATE and will job you can get anywhere not delay your work We also carry a nice line of XEXI2ffTOIff BELLE COOK STOVES and RAIffGES POWDER ijstt jDYiviVrLrrE june22tf FIRE BRICK AND c Garden Implements FIRE CLAY W T EDWARDS Â¬ i Â¬ The Enterprising Young Merchant on Eirst Street carries a full line of Staple and Eancy Groceries His goods are t uviju caav Jane 22 tt his prices the lowest QUEE1ST AND CRESCENT EOTJTE riJLw SEW FIRM o YV Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO TX7E WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO large tlile trade llmt we have a and well Belected line of New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the onoacres CLOTHING- - Principl Points Sot East aiSonMest m m CONFECTIONATELY Gents FUMISHING Goods THE SOUTHERN EOTJTE TO THE PACIFIC m mm COAST- - THE BOY HAD A QUESTION RA J ESTATE AND Agent INSURANCE SPEED SMITH meeting every Wednesday night Pastor RICHMOND KY The returns made by Mr Theo Rev II Glass THE UNCIIAXQKABLE CAUSK OF LIE-Richmond North Services 11 A M bells rents or exchanges ull kinds of Lewis the popular and efficient EHTY Real Estate on reasonable terms and and 3 P M Pastor County Clerk to the Auditor and Silver Creek Chapel ist and 3rd Sun Â¬ represents HrW chiss Fire mid Life I11 Flltsbuis Post days fciirance Companies The words for which Mr OBrien Assessor show that the sum of Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Office in J aLytersCIothliiK Store Sunday school 3 P M 1 M and 4 P 170149 was paid in actual june22 tf was summoned to appear in court H Bianton D V Pastor Rev Do you want pure drugs and the best You brands of tobaccos and cigars can find them at J J Brooks 3IADIS0X COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT parades and parades but they Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th will be mere show In this free Sundays country the ballot is the key that aunoay Formans unapei 4111 Kirksville ist and 3rd Sundays Pastor unlocks the door to all successful RevWm Crow Richmond South Services every Sun- political endeavor P M Prayer day ti A M and 7 PRESBYTERIAN Â¬ both in attendance and interest Several new houses have been built throughout the county which are a great importance upon1 the old order or things Winchester Democrat Juneu tf Kahitmis Water brought direct frgm St Clair Spring Mich Kept only by J C HtiRhcs july22 tf Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brocs ton Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller like the language of Lord Chat amount 01 any previous years ham in one of his great speeches transaction Lexington Gazette Mr Juhn G Roach and others on the rebellion in America I Said he that America of Louib ville have organized rejoice Â¬ and which led to the meeting and cash for transfer of properly in the rioting and bloodshed at this city and county for the past dqnbto in Mitchelltown Iroland are much year a sum near said the SundayNow children 20 cents per head If Mr Robert- -school teacher who had been son realizes 10 cents per head he impressing upon the minds of her xets 500 on his two acres D S pupils the terrors of future pun- Â¬ Curd Burgin sold his cattle and ishment if any of you have any- Â¬ Uanna 28 head thing on your minds any trouble hogs to Walter steers about 1200 of that you would like to ask mo pounds j eighteen at 325 and about I will gladly tell you all twelve at 285 Also 38 fat hogs I can weighing about 160 lbs at 412 There was no response for some Hnrrodsburg Democrat time At length a little fellow Beans are among the best food on Hie other end of the bench As they contnin a raised his hand and said for poultry Teacher Ive got a question great amount of nitrogen it fol Well what is it they are excellent for lows that production of oggs As fowls Ef you was me an had a the will not eat them in a raw state stubueu tooj would you tie it up they must be cooked before feed in a rag with amiker onto it or ing and it is best lo mash and would you jes let it go Â¬ two-year-oÂ¬ HATS TRtTIffKS the Important Cities or theBoiun without change Morning and Night Trains Uniy PanBSretarr1ot RUNNING THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IK Juine TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Trwelers hae a choice of two kinds or Sleeping Car on C nnotrtl J OllCe QUEEN AND CRESCENT R0UTE Mbii8 Elegant Boo doirlluffet Car anil PullmnuS Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern passengers Holding ucesu via uus line are Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati therefore saved transfer across the Uty and are assured a lonrney attended wltli ipeed comfort and cenveutence UM of General Offices St Paul Bulldlnjc West Fourth 8U Cincinnati Ohio HCOLLBRAN JOHNCOAULT uenermt rosseagcr abu w Genera Manager R3CRYAN R CARROLL ne23tfj Assistant General Passenger Agent General Superintendent VALISES Etc in which you can mid the Nearly All the Leading Railroads SnSTurcet BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES AND Traycl Tia Queen and Crescent ISSSSSSSH the LOWEST PRICES We bund TRACTION and PORTABLE SNOHTES or an alios Tao noss BONANZA THRESHER for wheals oatS flal CiOTeX peat and aB lecdi and grains itfivubviitu XW BTAUflw6m na haw miii- 1 Write lor Free Clrcaiar - I We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we will I give you mil value for every dollar in vesteu Mini 11 aim we urge you 1 give us an early call wgii3Ly ggy T iRQBIMSOM I r rf Richmond fc CO jskfnSiwjA J 7 Indiana V f3jJ3M7S I W June 23 9m B WHITE AtMcKEEs Old Stand THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY Wm G WHITE 5 18S7 OCTOBER The Prohibition amendment to tke constitution of the Stnte of Tennessee was defeated in the general election in that State on last Thursday by a mojority 01 tan thousand Pjdeiit and Mrs Cleveland spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Major David Row land Francis ia St Louis and attended the Washington street PrWvterian dmrch Â¬ The American vessel Volunteer defeated the Scotch vessel the Thistle in the international contest at New York last week and the cup remains in America as it has done for thirty years Â¬ One of the prominent aspirants for Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives is Bon W AL Reed of Marshall county litis is Mr Reeds third term as Representative and lie is a good parliamentarian Tom Green the Keith of the Cincinnati Commercial Ga xette tushes forward to sav that his recent remarks concerning Congressman MeCreary were mis construed and says a great many nice Ihiijgs about him Â¬ A Roman Catholic Alderman named Polydore Be Keiser has been elected Lord Mayor of Lon don A most liberal spirit per vades the political iabric of Joint THE CHEAT NORTH WEST Bulls domain The late Premier Disraeli was a Jew and Juda P Ybet Greirin in the Red River Benjamin Queens Counselor a try lis Rapid Expansion and Jew national importance Â¬ Â¬ being for his money Tho code of Draco did not long survive In Virginia immediately after the Into war horse stealing was made a capital oflensebut nobody was ever executed not even found guilty and the law was soon repealed In this connection we should speak of the extreme law in Iowa for the maintenance of the Prohibition law A constable is given unlimited power in searches for spirituous liquors LTe may go at any hour of the day or night without warrant or complaint or suggestion or even suspicion into any house including residences and search at will through rooms closets cupboards trunks boxes beds or other places an 1 if the owner be absent or being present fails or refuses to unlock or other-Â¬ wise open the institutions named tlie constable has full power and autltority under the law to break them open pull out the contents and unstop shake smell and taste at jvill and pour out or otherwise destro or carry away any liquor that he may deem spiritous whether it really be one thing or another And any resistance offered the constable is regarded by the law as a misdemeanor pun ishable by fine or imprisonment or both at the discretion of the jury All this notwithstanding an eminent English barrister a poor mans cabin is once said liis castle which even the king may not enter without warrant These fannticnl extremes these relics of the Inquisition and the Bastille will not promote the Pro hibition cause in the other states Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Europe ami the small cost of pro- Â¬ duction in the Red River country will enable that country to produce wheat at a price that would be fatal to the Ohio Valley1 la there an obvious increase in the wheat product of the foreigu countries you mention Certainly in East India and the capacity of that country Is lam told boundless Besides thai the Indian labor is distressingly cheap and the pi Ice of lands exceedingly low Do he large farmers or the small ones make the greater profit Tlie small ones The farms of a thousand five ten twenty and thirty thousnndjjcres are worked by hired labor making the wheat cost so much I hit the present profit Is not great It is tlie small farmer who owns forty or eight j or one hundred and sixty acres and who does all the work himself who makes the greater profit per acre and who will continue to raUe wheat should the price fall to less than half Its present price If cheaplands easy cultivation and superior market facilities thus materi Â¬ ally aflect the wheat market why do they not disturb the live stock mar- Â¬ kets They do that of common stock am of opinion that the farmers of the Ohio Valley and especially of the States of Ohio and Kentucky will be forced to engage more extensively if not exclusively In the rai ing of fine flock Kentucky is peculiarly adapted to the production of blooded horses and cattle and I am told Ohio Is capable of growing a superior grade of hogs sheep and cattle Tlie RTeat North Â¬ west and West and the vast South- Â¬ west must have breeding stock and the Ohio Valley should furnish it PERKINS CONCERNING There is FARMERS LIV23 STOCK MARKET BSPOET a Kentucky steer on exhibition at the St Louis fair whfch CORRECTED WEEKLY BY - CO WEBER LOPER Live Stock Commission Merchant at 4600 pounds weighs Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards J F Means sold bis farm ot 137 acres situated on the Nieholasville pike OHIO OCTOBER 3 1887 CINCINNATI to Rufua Ryan at 130 per acre equiva- Â¬ lent to cash FOUND AT THE FOR A GOOD SALE Â¬ WE ARE NOW 0PEX And in OF Worthlngton Bros sold to Toroliu Co Harrodsburg about son Owlngs CO acres of hay at40cuts per cwt Danville Advocate William nud James O ttta bought a very line lot of 2 year old mules ill Boyle and Mercer last week The lot consisted of 53 head which on an aver Â¬ age cost 70 per head Moalieello Sig Â¬ nal At A C Staggs sale in Jessamin 21 head of cattle sold at 2 cents year Â¬ - SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 25 3 60 2 50 3 00 2 40 1 STOCK OK MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in Mad Wo will be glad to ison county show the stock to any one wishing I1IGGINS ELLIS to buy Silver Creek Ky Jun22tf Will Continue Business 25 BUTCHER CATTLE Common to Fair Good to Extra Cows 2 75 Fair to Good Cows 2 25 1 75 Common Cows 1 oo Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 50 2 Best Bologna 2 30 2 Fair Bologna 2 io 2 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 1 Common and Thin 1 25 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers f 3 oo 3 Fair to Good Steers 2 50 2 Good to Extra Heifers 2 2 oo Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo5o Fair to Good 30 oo4o Common 15 ooJ5 Best Veal Calves 6 5 75 Fair to Good 4 50 5 Common and Heavy 3 oo 4 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy oo tjooa uuicner 75 Fair Butchers 25 Common and Tail Ends 25 HOGS Select Butchers 8o Fair to Good Packers 5 Good to Extra Lights 6 Light Pigs 25 Roughs and Scalawags 00 I DYKES ON 3 75 3 50 3 00 Is healing them nil mnking the best grade of North Second Street A full nnd complete stock of I lings from 18 to 20 horses from SL22 35 to to 140 milch cows common 46 200 head of sheep 3 to 575 com in field per acre 915 It is estimated that 80000 bushels or peaches will have been shipped from Holmes county Ohio by time the rea- Â¬ son is over There was never known such a crop In the county Thousa nds of bushels will go to waste STAPLE AND FANCY 60 40 25 25 50 25 75 50 00 00 00 00 00 50 00 GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Zlried LIE HAS A BIO STOCK ON HAND ALSO leal and Coal Pays highest cash price for The Governor has appointed Hon T 8 Grundy of Washington county and Col A W Hamilton of Mt Steiling delegates to represent Kentucky at the National Cattle Growers Association which meets at Kansas City October 31 Tlie Lawreuceburg News says ou County Court day W H Crossfield bought d0 mule colts at from 40 to 50 R JIFrazIer 15 at about the same prices Frank James of Mercer county got a few extra good ones at 60 to 75 Alex Julian of Franklin bought 6 at 40 to 65 W R Easley of Shelby 12 at 35 to 50 LIFE QUOTATIONS BY A FRIEND and plenty of every thing in my line This house is a Eraii WHEAT June S tf We desire to inform our former customers and the public that we have rented the house adjoining the post office reccuth occupied by M H Stockton and will in a few days open up a new and complete stock of Groceries We shall keep the stock as full and fresh in all its details a we did in our old stand which now lies in ashes and ruin We kindly thank our friends for their patronage in the past Tor their kind words ol encouragement in thi the time of our misfortune and loss and earnestly solicit their future trade Â¬ -- AHTEE ssa CHICKEN accounts Eemenfber our location next door to poet office see ns early We shall be glad to welcome yon All goods delivered free iu the city limits To those who are indebted to us we deeire to we need moi now and shall be glad to hare tbem call at once and pay ns ti sr and com SMI -- i Business A- j Cholera Cure COVIETGTON AElOLD Oflicc BRO ON - Kcxt Dcorto Post Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS IIOUSE Irvine Street aug3i 2mos - - RICHMOND KY Coun Inter- Â¬ Seediug hns begun with about the usual acreage Howard Brothers will begin opera Â¬ tions at their saw mill this week Sanford Herring of Frankfort visiting his relatives at this place is The lowest nrlees in town nn tains and carpet J S Collins aug3l 8t cur- - A full Hue of French goods atTribble Blounts septf v ill IM 111 fe u r H Finest Flour in town at Tribble That life is long which answers lifes of the Rich Blounts sep 7tf Young V S Sowers has eight hogsheads of great end hxhhI Ky Climax was in our city ready to put on the mnrket I slept and dreamed that life was Beauty Just received at Tribble Blounts Friday etiirniiig from a tour of Miu tobacco crop and all of his own I woke and found that life was Duty 600 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn ttettH Dakiitn Montana Assiniboia all of last years Peas Beans Teaches Pears Apricots Was thy dream then a shadowy lie ami Manitoba In conyer ation growing and other canned fruits and vegetables reporter lie eaki to an Enquirer Treadling at Bethel Christian church Toil on poor heart unceasingly Cheapest place in town sep7 tf Rev And thou shalt find thy dream to be that the wheat crop of the Red River Sunday Large congregation Valley this year is a heavy one and Cunningham officiated Preaching at A truth and noonday light to thee Hooper exhitilts a marked increase in acreage same place first Lords day in October Remaining unclaimed in the Two yettrs ago the total wheat crop of Life is not an idle ore Duksta wat 20000000 bushels while ofllce nt Richmond Ky week ending FOXTOWN But iron dug from central gloom Referring to the sale of Garrard Oct 3rd 1887 And heated hot with burningjears Female College the Lancaster this year it js estimated at 30000000 Arner Sam Irvine Asbill And dipped in baths of hissing tears News says The want of har- Tlie yield per acre now is no great delayed Anderson E D Jours George er than it was then The wheat And moulded by the shocks of doom mony lias produced this result ernp of Minnesota two years ago was Black Mary Jones Marietu Mrs G B Million continues quite To shape and use Bell Mat tie This is one of our factional strifes 4 Johnson B F Â¬ sick 008006 bushels and this year is be Bowllti Eli Tennyson Kuoble A and local whims between home lieved to be little short of 00000000 Carpenter E J Million Leaner Miss Florida Gibson has returned to folks that we denounced in our We live in deeds not years in thoughts tiark J JU Miller Almire Tlie Red River Valley lies mainly in school at Harrodsburg first issue There are now parties Minnesota and Dakota and covers an Creekmore 1 alvin Miles S L not breaths CliemiuItEmerliiieMuiidii Mrs J A Messrs G B Million and Sam Blg In feelings not in figures on a dial in churches as well as in politics aoea of nearly thirty thousand square Chenault John 2 Margaret 3 Let us avoid all these things and miles or close to twenty million acres gerstafl are in Cincinnati with stock Wc should count time by heart thro is Davidson Arthur Parrish Reed Logan move together in ti common cause He most lives Estill Chas Reed tliHiley and at the reasonable average of ten Mr Lee Hall who lived near Jacks Bimuel Semira We sttowld like to hear of Lan Â¬ UUshels per iicre would produce two Creek in Fayette county dropped dead Who thinks most feels the noblest acts Estill Florence Franci Alice Shepherd Lizzie the best caster -- moving togetber in a com Â¬ hundred million Inishels of wheat or last Sunday of heart disease ueer wra uavid smith ousie mon eatree but alas Lancaster is half as much as all the United States Lifes but a means unto an end that end Green Robt Tlobes W B Co Mr Samuel Hix who lias been Beginning mean an end to all things not built that war Giubell Edward Turner Georgia produces I do not believe said quite sick near Clays Ferry is some Harri- - Mary B God Turner Wm B Judge Tipton that it would be too Hendren Malinda Warren Robt better though not entirely out of dan Â¬ NEW YK lEJipCRACY Bailey iiihhIi to place the average at fifteen Hutchinson John While Francis ger bwshelti per acre since the average per BowIIn Hetlle Williams Wm Build to day when strong and sure Yates Rachrl The State Democratic Conven- acre the United States over for the The Sunday school recently organ- Â¬ With a firm and ample base Post office hours from 6 A m to 6 r m tion in New York adopted 1 area actually cultivated is twelve and ized at Forest Hill is booming and And ascending and secure Money orders and registered letter hour platform that declares in favor of a one third bushels and the productive gives promise of better days for Tates Shall to morrow find its place LougfcUovi prompt 7 a m to 6 oclock r m reduction of Federal taxation tower of the Red River cuuutry is far Creek J B WILLIS r m Notwithstanding the rain a good the removal of duty on raw ma greater but allowance must be made for rivers lakes roads and towns in crowd attended the Deatherage sale terial of uplKldng the President tor the Climax Written in his civil service policy the ap Â¬ the Red River area Many of the last week and things sold as follows A THOUGHT farms wilt average thirty to forty bush Â¬ Horses from S3G to 130 calves from plication of excise revenues to 20 to 20 yearling steers at about 20 local taxation the recovery of els jter acre What is the cause of this expansion one good cart 11 and about 50 geese TO B W S OF pubic lands from railroad corpo- of the wheat area asked the reporter at 31 cent Auctioneer Deatherage Aloni with the days solemn stillness rations local self government and That marks the decay of the year The building of railroads and the in- Â¬ of the ten hour system It opposes flux ot imputation New territory is bought the latter for the benefit of the When the Norlh breeze has banished the blossoms sumptuary laws deplores the occupied by immigrants as rapidly as bones by which he proposes to foresee breadth and depth of And the sun seems afraid to appear the length wrongs inflicted upon Ireland the roads open it up There comes like a ray of ihe moraine the comlug winter demands that the immigration What markets are rendered acces- Â¬ A thought that my heart holdeth dear J R ESTILL c laws be let steadfastly alone The sible by these roads Mr Geo Perkins who lives at the vs A thought that no nutumn can tarnish Notice of Sale mouth of Jacks Creek this county No drip of the rain can annoy convention endorsed tlie adminis Â¬ MATTIER ESTILL Dtituth Minneapolis and Chicago is 70 years old has been an eye wit Â¬ No flood Id Its fury can follow trations of Cleveland and Hill Do you think thai Duluth is destin- Â¬ ed to play an important part in the ness to at least fifty fights among Neither tempest oertake nor destroy ANOTHER 3WOTAIX KMAD which was the famous Clay Turner For it Journeys like Love oil his mission By virtue ot a judgment and order of wheat market And holds cousnitatlous with Joy sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren- Â¬ fight at this place in 1837 but never Yes it will eflbn be tlie greatest dered at the March term 1SS7 in the Back into the mi it travels Every railroad of late proposed market n Ameiica Immense eleva Â¬ had a fight of his own was never on Back there to themirier green and high above styled case the undersigned as hills a jury was never In a Court house Where the eun seemed n part of onr being Master Commissioner of said Court will in Kentucky seems to have the tors are now in course of construction mountains in view Tne Rich and Diilutlia close proximity to tlie has never cast a radical vote and never And the flowers like friends wandered nlgU On Thursday Oct And the chariot of clouds to meet us 13 1887 mond Irvine fc Three Forks- - tlie wiieat region and its water shipping will and though dauntless as a lion To carry our dreams to theuime sky is mild as a lumb nud faithful unto on the premises sell to the highest bidder Louisville Cincinnati Virginia facilities make it a formidable competi- Â¬ death in friendship All this we gather Yes Into this beautiful reglcn at public sale tlie Kentucky Union lite Mt -tor This thought with my memory goes Is- tlie acreage of wheat in the from his own lips and our own person- Â¬ Like two butterflies glad and golden Sterling Coal Roadj all have the al knowledge of him tells us that never bud upper waters of the Kentucky Canadian provinces of- Manitoba and before was life frought with such a That on the same flit must repose Or now and then oer the meadows Assinlboia increasing materially River as an objective point And or Returning to feast nn tlie rose Ye and Lake Superior is at hand halo of sweet variations now comes amttlier candidate- - for though the sky loses tlie sunshine And IRVINE mountain favor Tlie Frankfort to export It And the birds one by one disappear Are all the lands of Minnesota and GeorgetownThis thought like a sweet strain of music Paris Railway for wheat culture Shall wander away with the year The GeorgetoVn Times says of Hie Dakota suitable Mrs 31 P Gardner is improving To keep the days bright with a vision No from the Mouse River and Tur where Col C R Estill now and has for road slowly Of one that ray heart lioldeth dear tile Mountain country west years resided It is a splendid farm and Although it is called the Frank- Â¬ the soil contains too much to Montana Katydid home elegantly and conveniently im- Â¬ alkali but fort Georgetown Ac Paris Rail- is well adapted to grazing The south Â¬ Miss Katie Friend and Mrs Robt proved situated about 4 miles from Rich- Â¬ Riddell are visiting in Cincinnati road it is not intended tlie road western portion of the Territory Is less J 8 Collins wants you to call and mond Madison county Kentucky on the Richmond and Speedwell turnpike roaj shall terminate at Paris on the East I adapted than the northern and eastern Mr Hal Cockrill bought of Major see his special drives in lace curtains on Little Muddy Creek Tlie proposition is to be submitted portions I should add that the eastern Cardwell of Winchester a large town and carpets aug31 8t Such a farm is rarely offered for sale to the people of Bath county the part of Minnesota resembles Western lot ou Court street North of tlie Court- Â¬ It has been in the Estill family about 100 years and is now only sold to close a present month for 150000 and Dakota in character of soil and is house Blount headquarters for partnership therein the plaintiff J R Tribble the information is that it will therefore good only for grazing Estill of Missouri owning one half and Mr Sam King lias erected a saw Â¬ tea sep7tf carry by a hansome majority Nevertljejes s I believe that within a mill ou Sweet Lick Branch where lie the defennant Mattie R Estill owning the other one half She being an infant Then Morgan county will be asked few years Dnkota and Minnesota will is daily turning oil largequautlties of J ti Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ it required a judgment of the Court to sell to help ami in Morgan the best yiekl suflicieut wheat to supply the first class lumber pets aud lace curtains is lie largest the land and that has been done and the and most productive and inex Â¬ United States and have an abundance proceedings are all regular and such as The Estill Springs property is to ever in Richmond and his priced tlie required by law and the purchaser will haustible supply of cannel and for export lowest aug31 St get a perfect title DoyouTegard the Red River coun be sold on November 21st at pub- Â¬ bituminous coal is found and This farm of fine productive rich land try and adjacent territory the greatest lic sale A rare chance to make a forests in their original granduer Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons lies convenient to churches schools and good investment received daily at Tribble await tlie woodmans axe If and most profitable wheat growing Blounts turnpike roads and only about two miles from the depot at Fort Estill on the K The spirit of improvement Is abroad will not be a local road but will country in America sep7tf C railroad thus giving rapid transit and 1 da and for various reasons In here as appears from the piles of mor Â¬ go directly into the ooal and timconnection by rail all over the United ber fields ami in time will make the Red River country there are no tar and lumber seen in the streets for Best quality Canvassed Hams States North South East and West Breakfast Bacon aud Dried Beef at The dwelling house thereon is of brick connections with roads that lead fences You may travel a hundred some time past Tribble Blounts eep7tf containing Oirough Virginia diracQjrlo Ihe miles and not see a fence one vast Rev H B Cockrill and Rev E G wheat field The farmer tliereforelias sea board B Mann have been conducting a pro no fences W build and- keep in repair tracted meeting at Cedar GroveCliapel Dont fail to see J 8 Collins 2 lace aug 31 8t curtains lie has no gates to erect no briers to for JIXTREXE JiAJVg the past week and with good re- Â¬ and all convenient arid is located on one cut orders te grub up co bushes to cut sults Dont buy cheap light weight canned of the prettiest building sites in the BO rocks UP no fertilizing to do A AVkhiU Kansas drug clPrld W count- - made so by nature with Mr C W Friend is in Cincinnati goods when you can buy standard did forest shade and ornamenfaLsnlennothing to do but plow sow cut been fined twenty thousand has trees goods at Tribble Blounts for theJ surrounding it Natural drainage all eight hundred dollars and sen Â¬ thresh and haul his wheat There is no and Mr David Bergman is in Louis- Â¬ same money sep7tf around it Two good bams corn crib ville where buying jail seventapii years for waste land and the cultivation is re stock of fall thpy are goods a iarse tenced lo smoke house large new tobacco barn and winter markably easy in view The lands do not viols li nf flip nmmtufiiii jack lot and stable all necessary out- Â¬ of the L C V Railroad Thousands of Canned Fruits and buildings ash and in consequence Uiere are no T4J l7tUUur lL it f guMjt s and bare places- Tile country AJtJl Mr F M Bush was in this county Vegetables are being received daily at iiimIai 1 Tribble and Blounts sepVtf jlAH isiso level 4tiatno freshets gotten toff with--i ever occur Soon destructive wheat is several days last week in the interest a as the of the L C V Railroad A corps live or six years in the peniten- Â¬ threshed the straw Is burned thus to fence and keep up the property is tiary ll he had been linetl 500 doing away even with the rotting and of surveyors are stationed at the J 8 Collins 2 face curtains will as- Â¬ now well fenced Fine Garden and It Estill Springs nud are locating to- Â¬ tonish you Cull aud see them 31ag8t ana sentenced lo jail for sirl seatteriiig of straw as in most other wards Red River Tlie right-of-wFRUITS ALL KINDS months the sentence in both it wiieat countries is being rapidly secured Tlie sale of chickens and eggs will A number branches would in ail probability A spring of cold pure water that never Are those things you enumerate of have been carried oat As it is materiui importance In the manageÂ¬ of town lots here will be offered for increase in ourcounty now that Gaii goes dry near the house water for family sale cheap aud already there is talk ters Chicken Cholera Cure has been use and for stock on the place It fur the Governor will pardon the im- Â¬ ment of a farm of erecting saw mills Station Camp introduced here It has cured all to nishes daily abundant water for hundreds prisonment and remit the fine Of weighty importance as creek empties Into Ihe river just atwve which it has been given sir and is very ot die neighbors stock It is indeed Were tlie jury not his frionda every farmer knows Their cost is Irvine and that creek with its numerÂ¬ popular with our poultry raisers 8oId and seeing him guilty fixed the surprisingly great There are no toll ous tributaries flows through a fiuely by Stockton Willis punishment so that lie would ee gates and road improvements cost lit- Â¬ timbered couutry and there is no and it may be 100 years more before such cape through tlie executive clem- - tle finer location on the Kentucky River another like it is onered to the public for Somethinr New What about the prices of lands It not their extreme views ci y sale than this for mills bo that one can I can give you tlie best lace curtains Exceedingly low Lands range in hardly fail lo profit ur liable to appear in the light in the milling bus Â¬ on the market for tlie money 2 to TERMS SALE ji persecution and lose them that prtoe from S225 lo 20 per acre Such iness here 515 J 8 Collins aug316t lands as sell at S5 lo 20 in Minnesota which they meant to gain Bo The purchaser will be required to exe- Â¬ anil Dakota would sell for 50 and 100 cute notes with good and approved secur Â¬ Bath county is to vote on a propo Â¬ e temperate in all thingsity for the payment of the purchase mon Â¬ Sjrrup or FIR8 punishment as well as other in Ohio and Kentuoky I therefore do sition to subscribe 150000 for stock ey bearing six per cent interest from the not think ttat the Ohio Valley can in the Frankfort Georgetown and The Draconian Jaws ti lines Manufactured only by the California day of sale until paid having the force with death as longincompete raisingthe Red River Val Â¬ Paris railroad ol lireece applied FiR Byrup Co San Francisco Cal is and effect of a iudgment and payable to ley wheat the undersigned as Master Commissioner a ponalty for all violations of law Natures Own true Laxative It Is the The sale will be at the brick dwelling But do you thmk that the increased BSsll Cornell ofPerry county and J most easily however trivial The bov who production of u heat in the Red River J taken farm by N Baker of Leslie pre the latest vic antly effective and the most pleas Â¬ house on the H C now occupied othersCol Stagner and wrongfully jJjjjJfeed ifqat from an j country will decrease the price remedy known lo C R Efctill tims of the sharpers who deal In green cleanse the syslem when Sale to commence at about 12 oclock m fTrhi rior5is faQWIys had bilious or cosÂ¬ The Vast5iclds of ibe Russian and goods They put up 700 iu good J R BURNAM tive to dispel headaches colds ami meter out to liirn thtvanmQ pun East Jniliatj wheat regions to say money sepjitds M CM C C and received In return anex fevers to cure habitual as the highwayman or notblng of the Australasian will neces- Â¬ constipation ihrmnt Thtabove advertisement Wasinrcpared gress package from Albany IN Y indigestion etc For sale Iu 60 cenU and written by Col J W Caperton burglar who murdered a fellow sarily continue lo depress the market containing a brick bat nnd 100 botllea byQlocktou Willis J R BJ Editor French Tipton Statistics show that convict labor in the United States makes one tenth of all the brooms and brushes a twentieth of our boots and slioes a thiitieth of the carriages and wagons a fortieth of the barrels and no one can tell that proportion Yet of the ready made clothing they say that convict labor se riouslv interferes with free labor dMcinimtl Enquirer A june22 tf TRIAL LETTERS Int ADRUFF vSiPSiilili Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that vsinrfy otrcs it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied widi it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 30 oug 24 ly Pianos and Organs Walehraakcr Watches Clocks QW 17171 l 1MKEMCTII JXS anil Jeweler Jewelry Silver and Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie SCOURING OUT THE OLD PRICES SCRUBBING OFF THE VALUE 1EAXEK IN Â¬ Flated ware etc Special attention given to New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIANOS AN OlKUNS FOIi RENT Rent applied as part payment SETTING DIAMONDS Closing Out the Old to Make Room for tlie New at Â¬ AND OTHER PI1ECIOUS STONES Commissioners Sale RESF AIRING Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver BS Dont lorget the place next door lo the Post office Richmond Ky june22 If Write For Prices and Terms LUKE U MILWARD and ro W Main St Lexington Ky June 22 If S Â¬ LAND J IEIHCIT CpilL B FKOJI B MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO SUM- Â¬ MER GOODS IN THE WAY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO A I J DRY OODS roINTS TIIE TIME TO GO TO North East West and Southwest Â¬ PAST Schedule XjXT BKTWEEX - 391 ACMES Lexington and Cincinnati in Effect Feb 28IIi No 6 Dnily No J BOOTS SHOES HATS GAPS IAOSS TRUEIKS 1S87 CARPETS jOTIOIffS c mum ii rassLana AND GET ONE OF HIS SOUTH BOUND Lvc Covington Lve Falmouth Lve Cynthmim KxSiin Uoi 830 Ifettt 1 Dally 25 No 12 Dally Kx Sun 3tV NOW IS YOUR CHANCE AN OPPORTUNITY THAT PRESENTS ITSELF ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME Spring Saddles pn Wpm 13 Â¬ Arr rrt- Arr lexlnicoii Lve Paris Arr Winchester Arr KiclimoiHl Arr Lancaster Arr Itowlnml lve KicluiKmL Arr Berat Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Ipm ltd tie a in NeSSptn fiSMnm pm ll MS 07 in 71 IC0 sag S3 Te Bamalns are so Great mLast Long 515 No 3 SSOii If you want some No 11 No 1 of them come early I must have the room The price will tell at Lve KotvlHiHi Lve Lftueatter A rr Itlchimmil Lve Livltigstnn lve Itervn Arr IMchinoml IJentTdIffionil Arr Winchester Arr Tans Lve Lve Lve Lve Arr LexliiKtuii Parts UynllilHiin Falmuittlt 111 728 Mrs 1 I1 1100 l 2 - 50 Rml Sets em 7ST I5 STRMGS c -- LOUISVILLE STOEE pIll 1 ssnni TrSiam 85B lu At bottom prices Â¬ full line of lie also has a j50 1 17 IfcUB jS58TWiU open in a faw days a lino of NEW FALL JACKETS Como and see them 9- pm -- August ItfcWl 11 GnvlnxUMi 4l i18 - tf H ffctS DBraamBamvKBBXiBBaHviMH J STRSSIG - About Six Booms single and double first class terial and best of work Saddles and Ilarness MAYSVILLE BRANCH- ma- Â¬ NOBTH UOUND Lve CovIiiRton Lextitgtun Arr Mlllefnlmrg Carlisle JnliOMin May vlHo faOUTH nOUND KsSun 7UShhi Dully Kx No 6 Dally bun fcft hl2 jifcas fcW fc 43 12 pin IS TIIE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR NtiATLY AND PROMPTLY June 22 tf 76 71 THE CELEBRATED -- liv - No No Si Dully Dally fix JStui Kifcjun iarfUi Plenty of Timber OF CENTRAL UNIVERSITY THE NEXT SESSION WILL ay OrtX Ou Wednesday Sept 1487 H Home fas OF a King Our aim Is to prepare boys for College ajentof the Companjvor D A FKKLY nud at the same time given tlmrouKh S Gen MORSE FasT Ast Trav lansr Act- practical education to those who can Lexington Ky II E HUVriNGlON not take the regular course K n CAItlt AgC Kecetvcr Richmond Ky Uenpral Offlee Covington Ky jane 22 tt EXPENSES Tuition In College Classes rer term of twenty weeks payable In iitlviiiicc so 00 Tuition In Preparatory Dcpaitmcnt Classp- lerterm or twenty weeks payable In ndvnnco 20 00 Incidental Fecfu College for the year The Preparatory Department under the supervision or the Faculty will receive tlie undivided attention of Pro Â¬ fessors Irvine and Crooks and iiopuins will be vpnred to make IhN Mudbou County choit nil that can be desired Lve MaysvlIIo SAtirm tuin JoIiumjii fcW Carlisle 22S 7rS Mlllersburc 717 216 815 ait 1niriH uxlnuton 010 fcie 11555 ovinglon fio 45 lve Lexington 800 arr Paris 842 p in nr lUy between NOTBTrals3 lncliester LesliiKlonamiauciuniUUotlier trains are ilally except Sunday Dlreet connection Is made Winchester with Chesapeake mid Ohio roratSit sterling AhlaiMl llnntluston ChurlesUm W Va and Kastern Title KAHT LINE NO a and i run via Win eliesterrsIM Trail with 1nllmmi Sleepinc Cnr iieuveeii Clnniiimtl nnd Itlclimonrf Vu aud Wlnrliaater and Washington I O ThrouteliTicnolaand KiagHKa Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full pnrtlrularsaddrehs orcnllon any ti IIFTCTS r wBr VtJ Bafi3ECZ3 p1 - QZV 1 JCJ1 JCU FARM WAGONS The are about closing up their business and have on lmnd over 4000 of them flM Ill Fa TiOUfi UlL Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at TBOSS BOO M - ESPECIALLY LOW HLIGES lapis lamM For One Year The Best Material The Easiest Terms parblb In lulvaiu e 5 Incldentiil Fetflij Prepnrulory Depart Â¬ ment for ibo year pnyuble In nilvuree 3 cotalogue apply to BUstfU 00 00 BFor further LH 6w Information B Li ASTON nnd Your Cltv Tnx Is naef iluo Trnl nniil by September 1st 10 per cent will ue aiuityi uecnruiBg B ClIAKCELXOK auulT tf ti tlie law BA KLOW City Collector Ofllce ntSecorld National Bant A Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so WEBSTER WAGOIT Juno 2S CO tf I FadeJ -- THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 j Susip S McKce Traynors f it PERSONAL mire Susie MU Alma Hagin - nVnding Knowles Thurxlny in liireo straight heats in Fvii ale Institute Ioii the mud Best Mine 228 Stake Mr Charles p S m h has gane to court next Monihiy Qu irterly SI 000 She has been taken to the Toledo O on a shmt buincbs trip Work at the placing mill will not gret St Louis Fair and will return Silly Tevis little daughter of Hon W home after that event be resumed for some time T Tevis it in school at Hawesrille Ky Ribbons Tbe K C is telling round trip tickets Hon A J Ewing of Bath couijtv was nt low rates to the Latonia races A long string of ribbons ou exhibition here last week visiting his ttaughter Mirp at the Madison Dr J W Harris reports scarlet fever the superiority National Bank attests J M Poyntr of Ol T S Mobei leys prevailing in the Union neighborhood Mr Wm Beasley of Lancaster was herd of Shorthorns At the Indiana Mr W S DunoHii has rented Dml State Fair Indianapalta lie secured iii Richmond on Monday looking at some fine horses first premiums Iry Tnbblea farm for the ensuing three sweepstakes bull cow and herd which 110 other ye ir Mr F M Green editor of the Register exhibitor at that grait Fair has ever MfcsSuilie Martin lias opened dress- Â¬ done At the Ohio State Fair he was has returned from Dansvilie New York making at Mrs T S Ellin on Second signally successful At oilier fair in greatly improved in health f fctree Dr David C Lyman of PhiladelpVm cmiiing iiHloiiw tie hK numerou is in Richmon i passing tl tew davs among Mr E J Shackelford ami family first premiums In all he secured the the scenes of his younger da f recently of Mt Steiling will lemove uuusiwlly larue prHortion of 48 out of to Richmond 54 first premiums t E3HE- - JBJkTrl r FROM -C- -JUM IN RICHMOND FLOOR TO CEILING THE PALACE ErPP Absolutely Pure Began buEinesslesstlmn ono year ago with Hie firm determination to make a struggle through years to come lor comTort and independence doing business upon the smallest shade of profit ever attempted in iili several woond A Chicken Story V R liftcher has bought of Vm Parrish a suckling colt dam Lizzie It comes from Paint Ltck through the medium of the Lancaster News Brinker 2231 for SSOO A few days ago at Mrs Kallie Mrs Dr Forirmn has removed Iier Marets a little chicken was trying to school to one of the houses on Aspen get a drink of water out of a bucket Road near Dr G W Evans that wa setting under the drip of the It fell into the bucket and were 54 prisoners in Richmond house There jail last Wednesday 19 while men 5 was flouncing around trying to get out and scjiiawling for dear lite A negro women but no white women wise rooster oame al mg and saw the Hon W J CaiidUl of Clay ouuty danger tl e little fellow was in ran was here recently and secured from C up to the bucket and with his bill took I Cleuault IS yearling mules at about him out and laid him in the son to dry SCO per head and stood by until the little fellow got up auii walked off On last Wednesday W T Tevis sold Mrs Dr Walker accompanied by ber daughter Mrs Green Clay his gone to DRY GL0T1S EICH GOODS Ai SHOE HOUSE Wichita Kansas to vkit her son Mr Tills jiowder ncer vnrles A marvel of Jason Walker parity strpnEtli ami whoiewmeuess 11 ore Miss Annie Daerson who lias been economical ihHii the onllnary kin Ik anil cannot he sold In competition with the miil teaching school at Pleasurerille returned Utnctoa of tow lextHliortwKhl slum or plios In home on Monday She gave up her po ptiate powders Sold only Wall sins N ItoYAL Y St 1IAKIKO WWDKK IU JOB sition on account of ill health Jntte 2i tf Prof P II Sullivan of Omaha Ne braska made a flying isit to his old home liere this week Itesajs that Mr Slas Cobb ha ren oved to Nebraska City Â¬ the County OF-- WITH 90 - THOUGHT 1 OF Mm Alice Du Hey daughter of Bishop ASK FOR THE G L P C Remedy jgs7 aggjSjiBliSss We can now look baejt aver the brief period behind us with we trust a pardonable pride at a degree ol success rarely- obtined by any house in so short a time and an amount of patronage and encouragement Cm II A BAY in Arnclcis Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House Thomas U Dudley of LouUville and Mr James McDowell of fcxmgton wU be married this month They will make their Itome at Clay Chy That Awakens Frofoundest Gratitude Toward the PEOPLE OF NiADJONAND SURRGLjDIG COUNTIES Char juarg est Store ILced at public sale milch cows at 83 to 05 yokes of oxen 00 and S10S two-yeacIJ cuttle 3185 r- Insane From Trouble The Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat says RELIGIOUS -- Elder L II Rej nolds will preach at It Is said Hint Mrs John J Cornell the Pond Church Sunday Subject danc- Â¬ Mrs Belie McDowell has bought of Mr George M WHIglng his residence sous mind has become diseased anil ing has been taken to i sanitarium in LEY CUTHERSOW on West Main street Price 8500 she Indiana for treatment Her mother - The series of meetings k in progress at po ession the 13th LEXINGTON KY Eld is unequalled iii quantityand price Domestics such as Cantons and all wool Flannels lower I ban for Mrs Muuuell lias beeu similarly af-Â¬ the Christian church this cky in Mr John G Cole attorney at law flicted for several years The children A P Cobb of Illinois preaches every STOCKTON Sz years Jeans and lams stun ol all kinds cheaper tlian ever adwife removed yesterday to their of Mrs CoiuelUou have beeu scattered evening lite audiences arc large and Agniits For Mnli oii County irw home at Clay City where Mr to the houirs of friends some of them attentive much interet being manifested wj28 ly t le hopes to fully regain his health in Richmond others in Lexington ami Tbe protracted meeting at Troy Vil some remain here We understand more and Nonesuch closed with 116 ad- Â¬ Mr P G Glover will sell his farm is a Clothing Store in itself Bargains never known in this market before that there are eight children and alt Suits and parts of suits at fclnk crop tools and other things bhttwo are small This community ditions The Presbyterian church received less money thanyou could buy the material alone for Call and examine splendid drives in suits and punts 102 members and the siter churches 14 near College Hill cm Frhlay October deeply sympathizes with Mrs Cornell Rev RJrf Thompson and Elder Joseph Tle partnership heretofore eiting 14 h Mr Glover means to remove son ami children ami hope that she Hopper assikted at the meetings There under the firm name ot Engle Itros do- Â¬ West may be restored to her wonted health was subscribed to build a church at ing x boot and shoe kti iness on Second -JStt street in this city was dissolved on Sept W T Tevis has rented his farm to and for a speedy re union of the fam Â¬ Nonesuch the liberal sum of itiS Hugo Engle retiring ily All slmpesantl styles of garments in lavor this season We intend to make this Department a great The business will lie conducted in future J dm D Harris ami T J Curtis for J es amine Journal by Emit Engle W h Crutcber has rented a S feature of ourbiisiness Do not think of buying a Cloak or Jacket until you have seen our stock ami Rev J A Henderson the new pastor Cooperation Meeting Richmond Ky Sept 21 iSS7 tf ji irtiou of his farm 27a acres to John striking for cheapness heard prices M E Church South this place The co operation meeting of the of the Baldwin for 900 will preach Sunday morning and night Christiau churches of this ooimty held Mr D R Format is out again but its semi annual sessions with the and thereafter every second and fourth on crtitehes The wagon ran over his church at this lace on Friday ami Sunday morning an J every Sunday night I le will preicii at Ptovi Jence every first leg- - and not over his body as at first Saturday last Mr Win L Crutclier We sell almost all custom made work and at the lowest prices ever known even for common Eastern He ha I will cfleral public sale on SATUR Â¬ reported White painfully he was of the White Oak Pond church presid Â¬ and third Sunday tr orrting goods You always save from 50 cents to 1 in a pair of shoes bought from us We buy them low for ecured the residence of Mr John G DAY OCTOltUK 8th 1SS7 not dangerously hurt ed and Mr B J Newlon was secretary cash and sell them cheap for glory and a small shade of profit to the church and now occuMY HOME PLACE Fourteen of the fifteen churches in the Cole iH Nt Our Itnue is now the known headquarters for Trunks and Valises We have revolutionized the trade At B Howard Neales sale on last county had delegates present Eight pies it Mr Henderson comes highly Situated on the Barnes Mill pike 2 on litem Tlie handsomest and cheapest Trunks in the State are shown by us look and be convinced Kiurday four colts sxhl at 55 70 hundred dollar was pledged to sustain complimented by his congregation and unless from Kirhmoiid The place ih piled mountain high on lilaikets SprcadsaiHi Comforts counters and and J7o and SIM One withdrawn at 300 Evangelist J Young who spend the people agenerally at Harrodsburg Sun- immediately CHi--- ui the pike and well competitors ami capture the trade of are street When it comesour cash down at prices that dishearten ts has made good impression here to the we wrap up a pair of of feueed and Hi M 011 which tlieohl stulile issilu his entire time in trenching Much beautiful blankets fdf lO to 25 cents profit and we buy thorn down low you bet at jundhHi of the Irvine tiiriiHko of his lime is spent in evnseliiiitg day school at 93 oclock Judge T J CALti Our record and reputation for selling bargains in those goods cant be matched IJATS ai Four mile dirt humI brought 410 uiikiiik churches uiinlte to einjMoy reg Â¬ Scott Superintendent OF The cheajiet and best hats shown anywhere are constantly displayed on our shelves and counters We ular mlni ters In the lliree miHilhs In looking over the papers of the DiED With dwelling hmi eof fix rooms Indl never fail to please in style quality and price time fiom July ltt to date he reports I lie Jo eph Jones of Foxtown notices 194 additions Splendid CfbTERK goo I Hint oreh THE RECORD BEATEN With the splendid name this house has for selling Notions cheap this The reports from to he amount of 187000 are found Humphrey Moycihau died in Rich- Â¬ jHiiici for flock w titer a tenement house season will eclipse all past experience We will display the grandest assortment ol handkerchiefs ho- Â¬ the various churches show a member Â¬ Is a No siery ties gloves and the thousand other articles useful hi iii a good lilack miiih Shop were sent liiiii Ihinugli courts of ship in and beautiful that can be found in any city county of about twenty mond on Saturday Oct let 18S7 aged 1 leai inn fur a blacksmith the It I a lkruptcy by parties who owed him Madis a fairy land itself Come and look even if you jieed nothing We study day and night how much seven hundred All the sessions were 63 years lie was once Coroner of QOTeriiii euey ison county was fur 90000 One notice WILLIAM II SIMS we can give our customers for a dollar well attended and full of interest 8plHlt Mi Loula Irvin died at the hoaie of Dinners was served both days in the TilJi UAUlJil UlsrAiiTaiKflT has been greatly enlarged and added to The prettiest patterns T r entertainment amtouneed by the lecture room oft lie church The next her uncle J Tate in Taylor county on 1011 can carpet every room m the house lor what it used to cost to and lowest prices ever heart ol ladies of the church to take week September 6th carpet one It wnr do you good lo sec how little it will cost pi ire on WediicMltiy night 1hM over meetim will be held in May 18S6 with Tuesday of last Deceaseo1 graduated last JunevUhed Mrs Everybody iinnsb cordially jnnd earnestly invited to visit us and seo the many attractions displayed Liters store originally to have oc Â¬ the White Oak Pond chinch Dr Blawton in tbW place during the whether wismngirj jjuy or not curred in Cot tstielby Irvines yard i Circuit Ctturt commencement and made numerous With thanks for past encouragement wo are gratefully yours to command v i indefinitely po4MHied on account I will offer at jwiblic sale on- The Grand Jury returned ninety five friends She was a sister of Mr R Tate of the rain indictments One was fur murder Ed I r viae 1887 Francis the others being for minor Kiv Bncku er Iws appointed Hon J A number of cases against offense instead of Saturday Oct 158s previously MATRIMONIAL- R Morton of the Madieou Circuit I advertised Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky June 22 If ex oct 5 4t 1 col Court a special Judge of the Rowan viidators of the liquor laws were lied nilh the usual 25 and costs Among irruit Court to try tbe ca e of James Miss Mamie Ohio daughter of Capt II irrii indicted for confederating to the acquitted 011 various charges were T Olds of Lancaster and granddaugh- Â¬ kill Judge A E Cole The court con Â¬ John and James Azbill J N Dunn ter of tlve laic Sjmuct Wherritt of this 3 miles South of Richmond on the Lan B F Gdden Zeke Green caster pike adjoining the farms of John WD venes October 18 place was married in Cincinnati last D Harris and Jas A Ballard About Clfrk B B Simmons J y Alexan week to Mr John Storms ton of drug Â¬ As Trustee of J MWillis I will sell auder Neil Gooeli John E Kinuard Mr Win L Cmteher will sell Ids gist Storms at Lancaster is stock crop and farming implements 011 Dave Kelley Belle Campbell James On at the farm four Beaseley George Woolery Tlie cases in xt Wednesday THIN COLUMN- the balance under cultivation Having rented tiled away were Hiram Collins Bud miles from Richmond It will be sold in two tracts then as a 141 out lilt farm the stoek will be sold re Lane Tom Raiuey Steve Turner Lane whole Sale begins at 2 oclock p m 4 miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mr A C Green of Cincinnati was Wyatt James Wyatt Win Bowiiii Mill pike girtles of bid- See the adverti-sa-1C B McCORD in Richmond last week offering his re sutds Itaney Pigg Among the tines impos The and fronts on the pike and joJn elsewhere in tills i Mie the farms of Capt Kl U Trrrill and 12 as Win Frankliu 100 Bal Â¬ Specks to tite people ed weie B irne luirs It i nu ly all under cn noke continued to i tue in small lard Broustou 50 Thoic upon whom For eeveral reasons it may be 1111 tiaon and is well wat BEAUTIFUL BUiLDING good tenement houses rcd and has tvo Mid even injudicious to j unities from tlie ruins up on Main both line and imprisonment were im Â¬ iieceHoary Ao at same time and place I will sell sTitt from August 20th to September posed w ere Joe Hill 25 and 10 dajs mention that w look a horn while up 3000 to 5000 bundles of oats and 1 50 to 11 at which latter time the rain gave 25 and 10 day In Dakota ttsn other day Frank Stewart It was how- Â¬ 200 barrels of con it the grand bounce At Minueajiolis Enoch ami Peter Moore 2 and 100 ever a buffalo horn which can be seen Tlie land will be sold in I 2 or 5 tracts the other day we saw smoke Issuing days Charles Hendricks 25 and 10 iu tlie ollioe of Tit k Cum ax to tuit purchasers anjialso as a whole Sale will begin atio oclock a m from the ruins of an elevator burned days Shelton TribWe 25 and 10 days Deputy Internal Revenue Collsoor Sale of Wirt 11 Sirhs m the same neigh- Â¬ John Baker 90 and 10 days Sam L D Baldwin of Nlclwlasville tei weeks before borhood will take place at 2 oclock p m vh Patton 25 ami 20 days Henry Wood in Richmond on Monday night look Â¬ Terms easv and made known on day of Dr Howard Crutclier of whom we 25 and 10 days RittaJett and Tosia WM WILLIS sale siitds TO- ing hale ami hearty after a consider Â¬ wrote last week as a prominent Brooks 75 and 100 clays Five were able journey Mile do not deter him lomeoimthic practitioner in Chicago sentenced to the penitentiary as fol- Â¬ N DM they dont has 1X ated in Louisville Third nve lows Ottoway Stewart malicious Parties wanting the most desirable Â¬ iiu and Chestnut street Dr CrutcliThk Climax wms mm of the few cutting 2 years Henry Wood unlaw- Â¬ residence lots in Winchester er finds Kentucky somewhat lacking fully detaining a woman ngaiiit her iiewspupers in the State that did not OF A in knowledge of the Hahnemauuiau will 7 years Ed Francis nuiHslaugli bite at Dr Vaites clever advertisitig- - t TIE GITEWT theory but purposes to put fourth all ter 10 years Smith Miller hog steal Â¬ dodge Our good liebjthlior yotmg lus energies in promoting the princi ing 1 year Clave Maupin eol goods James GorihMi Beutieti of the Register p c of that school swallowed bait hook and line but he the Het and mot rapidly growing townÂ¬ under false pretenses 1 year ANr in Kentucky can purchase them at reashad lots of company onable prices in Tiie annual election of officers of the Tbe Hain Tlie Stanford Journal grumbles at RjiIJiug ami Loan Association was The more than welcome rain that Iidi ut lhe Farmers National Bank fell a week ago mention ot which was the length of Dr Jliwris ICvnonV Now if tlie Journal doesnt en Saturday evening The following made in last i Mie was perhaps as flue AS I ASSIGNEE OFJNO F WHITE will on were elected for the ensuing year D a one as ever fell in this country After cease to fuse at our old friend the de Â¬ The map and plat of these splendid lots P Armer President H C Hargls two months or more of dry weather cidedly plenaut and at way b interesting situated aojact nt to and around the Saturday October 15 S7 pjstor formerly of l lite place there Yi e Preiileot Thos Thorpe Secrety ami when everybody was complaining If not sold priatply before Wesleyan College Kentucky C D Chenauit G W ot the drouth and wishing some even will be a 111 old time ait Stanford the Treasurer next time w e happen down that way Site raaybe seen on the wall at the Win atTJ oclock noon selllon the premises Pickel J Siteed Smltli T T Coving praying for lain and the dust was fly- Â¬ without i enervation to tlie hUhett bidder Bank t iii J J Brooks ami D M Bright ing about the lldlds as well as along A grievous mietake occurred nt Win clvestcr National Every lot is plainly numbered and its Jthe fullowing prnpertyyViz Diaiors the nmd ami stock had to be driven chelcr one day last week Air How Â¬ cxct mze and location is shown known Stock Farm Tlie work of grading the streets has The Well miles to water ami water in many ard married MJis Water and Mr City Clerk Containing jlSoufc- Huklp Most already begun anj the work of Macad- Â¬ Miss jihtces hauled milesfor drinking pur Pitcher married city authorities purDr W G White has been elected poses the rain came It came gently certainly 3Ir Pitcher should have mar- Â¬ amizing them by the already passed will suant to ordinance City Clerk ami duly- - Installed His somewhat like the dew of Ilermon ried Mi6 Water lieward it Is to hnmedtatelr follow All purchasers are required to plant tlne ii the tanie as The Climax ami as the dew that descended upon have things go to suit you Jim Whin trees in front of their lots and this IliiMiress hours from uu up to sun- Â¬ the mountains of Zion It was a why didnt Hukle that fellow Pitcher shadethe wide ai envies and imposing Col The farm is in a fine state of cultivation with having arcitnisplendUl down comforting rain mild persua- Â¬ fur nut knowing what to do grateful lege buHdln- - will make the loveliest res Â¬ well fenceJ idence quarter of the city already beauti Â¬ Tobacco Barn and Stock Barn sive and subduing like the precious TaH HolL Blue grass teed for pale Apply to fied by the eegant houses of Messrs ointment upon the head that rati down A boy was in town 011 Monday riding Witherspoon Johnson Beckner MeCiure good dwelling anl ViitUifldings with B J Clay oct5 2 even Aaron a beard uiMin the berd several tentmiH hoitsej lying on Silver and other a mare He hail a rope lied around t klrts of his that went down to the The oU wid he shown by us upon ap- Â¬ Creek in Madison county iWS miles from a mule coils neck and to the mares garment plication The parched and thirsty tail Now iy there in nothing lo be Ince curt iins in great variety at J Payments given if desired rf earth drank abundantly drank early S Collins S2 to 16 augSl St learned in thistlow old comity For terms aadmrticulais apply to Richmond and deeply drank drank draughts Also Bt the same time and place I will that common millions might have sell the property known as STUART Peavme Dead For all afleclions of the throat chest The fountain heads of the sepiStf WINCHESTER KY leaviiie the noted sorrel fclnllion beÂ¬ drunk vpritigs were replenished no water and Ituigs wo never oaw any thing X longing to Gov E W Powell is dead to 1uiiiHinie Cordial For sale at the jige of 26 years Aniomr the gaps foot logs ami fences were washed cuai by Stockton which is a first rate flour and grist mill Willi gr at number of premiums he took was aw ay and the entire community was I containing the be6t mottvrniBnprovemcnt happy a SI 000 at St Lou I Wltll Drass MskiHg Sire of Lucy made Tlili reminds us of a prayer meeting Flemipg 222 and Nettie Ward fs21 CO ROD Mis Sallio Martin will continue held years ago near the Bed House iu dress maklHg at Mr T S Etlb and Court Day this county The object of the meetFOUSHEK MEIION CO Six Tenement Houses Blacksmith Stiop invito ll of her friends to call Z E Hush auctioneer reports 11 ing wa to pray for rain Tlie minister Projwletiirs Cattle Scalse and about oct6 4t larce crowd iu town and a good feel Â¬ led ofi but being inexperienced in the - Lexington lCy 20 A0SBS OP HBST CLASS LAH3 IB Market Street ing generally About 200 cattle oil the matter of farming went wide of the D P Armer TESIMS One tliinl cbi nnc th After the Hf just received a haitdome line of mark in Ids fciippHealion DEALKHS lH h marlet with priees running from 2J to bulance in one anil tno ears with inUr -- t cttits ntnnber of mules usual preliminary ho fervently request Â¬ Diamonds Watclies Clock Kllver Oh Iron cst from Ui te of saly Ioisie sion ill be Reds Ote man houpht fcn t ssfi in ens ed something line the following War Walking Sliekf and an elegant given iinuiiNliately I r Le mules sold at 76toS160 pevvJoyrd we need rain and neeil It badly assortment of Pocket Knives and INO 15 GOODLQB Asignce Fencing Cresting Be pleased to t ent m ram at once and Rsz rs Dont fiiil to get one id his llUohorfeesatfSSlo S6i pitUs P I BnllarU Atictliawr send it In torrenU Deluge this whole Safety iUznr etcr with which you can Acquitted land of ours now stricken with drouth sliave your self iu the dark without M V B dley late a house Uncle After a hymn cai neuter and want your fiiQe oct5 3t hi tins place waareccnlly arrested at Tommy Harber father of our towns Â¬ cutting nOKB BUT THK IIEST MATERIAL lSED Co Ii Himtsi die Alabama on a cliargo of man Mr M M Haibjr was called Lost Certificate GUAItAISrKED ALLV05tIt cbalnmg money under falseiiretenses upon 0 pray and with an appropriate Notice is hereby given Hint the A HuiiUkllle nnnr ilirfildroa ilinm u m preface referred to the rain aboiit as uiidcrignpd will make apidfeation to EMiinuej frintislml on njiiicitttou Iniparoenl of sub The Romls io 4 opis tile Jotvidence whatever against the ac- - fnllows oh Lord- - theotlWrs of the BteiimoHil Thou kuowe lix- - 12 ti JAS W1LKEKS0X Asert scription of Madfcdn couritjf to t Mr rtliituV iprlln M fToAil liaro our wants better than w know tliui inaton rurlipikc Road Co ni CaNhiie Rl o dueiS in Febrttlr fr new 7 I Arri I i rr t tIer it the amiii- -i 8o lliil lit rrit UU a1 nA fliA 111 If It be thy purpwe to send ub ceriifiette fur one felwro of - fk n u l in p i ri u t nt fonilalyn of an IrrtrvmOIJ iwirlw fiend it when thou ihiukelh beM fir us said - impany cjii f goi il- - tl a jiii tmy N Mni UnW tliiont Kv hh li v a- - s ue 111 the 1 vi rj lrjdiJiotajmeanU the liial ilr Sid it we pray thee In jibuiulaiice t3ine of V S C1II111 dtci t iiiant eil to rtf and fom TiiUMvA Ilium i C IJCi11JAI TCqm Vy as known here as n mar Iwt but gently aid in uiodenuion for they has berti 1oet or mfeptaeed beofelauitml w tight aiit finlity tt lJent moi Urooks the ilruggier srpj8tf fep7tf children misc Amen Iutroniie J S Coluns Admr It We can afford to be liberal to the verge of recklessness and all departments in our house are filled to overflowing with bargains All departments are greatly enlarged for this season with the most attractive assortment of fallnd winter goods ever seen in Richmond arrest Stock Lowest Prices Â¬ JLI ieD ry Goods Department Wra WILLIS OiSSOLyfiOS Tlie Clothing1 Department ncnnd -- Will be pleased to have you call and convince yourself that GOODS can be bought as cheap as in any city as very few are able o compete with me buying and selling for cash only 1 DRY GOODS Public Sale Boots and S hoes Â¬ Â¬ iil 1 -- AGIS LAI AD tit Â¬ -- c Eopat II Ml JnlyS tf M n rc I III PUBLIC -- SALS ifiPmmf I am Sole iTiSrr771SjliattlfMlJiiJ a Finisliif GOODS 0 Aunt for the Shoe Saturday Oct 22 74 RAMSEY SALE Oct 8 OLDHAM -- 4sfo 30 Acres of Land P5JBLIG 50 acres grass Saturday EE AM MADE T IPAHI C -- 1 IV-- Acres of Land - I am simply over stocked and must reduce same 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 cents reduced to 10 cents REMEMBER we 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 1 LOTS FOB SALE I HATE DECIDED PUBLIC SALS tir ron Ell Mi Stuart Gos ILL PROPERTY M Fan ENTIRE -- and from now on I will sell my Aflflition READY MADE PBICES REDUCED STOCK OF Everything at hang your Paper PRICES on the walls I GEO M WILLGING Far Below the Real Value Julyx3 tf Â¬ ICiES if UID STSrcSiftARoJtefeih The stock is one of the fullest and best selected ever brought to Richmond and a rare opportunity is offered to buyers to secure seasonable clothing at much less This advertisecost than anywhere else ment means business and Library Lamps AMD lagers Silw PMei workmanship at the Knives ail -- Forte CO WHITER Â¬ tiill etc fillers Ire Lightning -- lit continue in the business VTe long Prices will be such as to remove tlie stock without delay so come at once and Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ Ressdence secure what you need before the lots are ufacture broken I have in stock suits of all grades and if you see them because you cant help it sizes and odd pants and vests Big line of Are Precisely Our stock of Queens ware and Glassfoj men youths and boys and the entire ware and especially our Decorated Din- Â¬ lot will be sold at almost your own price ger and Tea Sets is full and attractive JBanfls as HHZ Th9 Bteck Must I shall not hey can not be surpassed in style or Th Psiss Quote OTERGOATS Yxi Will Liike Them ley lat M fan Â¬ it aseaooLESs ilUii Snaiir7 a gm i-I 1 rii l to i- mtist Interesf to get i he bargains f BEST GRADES OF wewes COFFEES SUGrABS TEAS gc ad it is and other Staple Groceries also Canned JoodsJun2i tf - 3Ck JJ E Git G RAIffGIS HHBHHHHHRHHHHBHHHHB THE LINCOLN HOMESTEAD A visitor lo Japan furnisltes a lively description of what he calls the native custom of everlasting bowing One can not help wondering what our American shop keepers would say if they were exieeled to waste time in such nonsense A golden mean is best no doubt in this as in other matters b it some Yankees might do well to take a hint from their Celestial breth- Â¬ ren example they might bow once ami if breath is too precious to say thank you they might afford enough of it to murmur thanks The ettf tradesman whose shop you enter carries on the process for about two minutes bofre he can be induced to begin business the rickshaw coolie to whom you pay a mere trifle for a toilsome drive stands at the railway station dripping from bent mopping ami bowing until if you bo a new- Â¬ ter comer you rush away in convulsions of laughter On leaving the hotel I distributed EDUCATING IDIOTS backsheesh through the landlord to How DeMMmtmt TupM Arc Trained In a the various employes Ono after an Â¬ Nu York iHittttution other they came hooping up smiling Not the leat interesting among the ami flopinng down on the vuious institutions under charge of ing their heads repeatedly floor thump- Â¬ against tho 1 Commissioners of Charities and ground mumbling thoir gratitude t rrection is the idiot school on Raa- - while as for the beggars who by tho ills Island Miss Mary C Dunphy way are not numerous they sprawl - lnhly educated woman is the prin on the eartli and in an extremity of t p iL The institution also has a ma Â¬ self abasement literally rob their hoads ll si who has several assistants who in the dirt Again on arriving at a k after the personal habits of tbe tea house tho in iios under their charge Most of tea which shelandlady first brings on delivers crouching 11 idiots in the school are boys the floor and then Daring the quarter ending at the comi in in succession the entire family and kneeling at t - if last month eleven idiots were your feot go through the process of lmittd and seven were discharged in bumping their foreheads Nor is tho ich improved condition that their bowing restricted to inferiors or to tho p lents and friend eonld care for lower classes Many a timo hnvo I 1 lieiiL There remained in tbe school watched the oeromonial of two friends D iring the quarter J i i children from among tho upper orders parting t hey made 53 door mats 65 dr ssjs 61 in the street Backwards and for Â¬ 27 toilet bags and worked 428 at lu umholes Mi Dunphy says that wards they sway their bodios on right angles as if they worked pivots v givater amount of sewing has been until one wonders when thoy will cease ueconiplisbed during the last three Over at last I think Notabit of it mouths than any prevents quarior They owingto the tact that the teachers then separatea for a few paces and as if suddon omission had bare each had a sewing class in tbe struck them they aftrraoon in addition to the usual through tlie wholo rush back and go ridiculous businoss sowing classes The children have again Youths Companion made very satisfactory progress in the 1 kindergarten exercises which are a Alaska Aborigines new feature having only been introÂ¬ duced a couple of months ago Tlie Thlinket Indians are The school is divided into two tlie Alaskan coast They natives of aro ono of dames The rst can distinguish all the three great nations and live prin Â¬ 4be primary and secondary colors cipally on salmon and fish also the first aad second classes of They have a most peculiar other sit- Â¬ way of form and have woven the first two ting throwing thomselves back upon nets of mats very neatly They hate their haunches and arc all knoo made numerous fancy articles also sprung from this custom of The second clans is composed of the Their dialect varies with Toaajest and leas advanced portion of tbe different tribes but it is all ono the scholars They have advanced language of only seven or oight hun- Â¬ fairly well too Both classes have dred words They aro intelligent learned a number of songs and calis qHick to learn good traders indus Â¬ 1fceN motions An advantageous trious and niako a good deal of money change recently made was the placing canning salmon They sell of the epileptics in a play room ad Â¬ many baskets and mats Tho a groat joining their stooping apartment is made out of tho root of the matting yellow tharnlir keeping them separated as cedar which they color very hand- much at possible from the other call- - soniely or bleach white They aro a QMS jolly people have eyes like the Chi- Â¬ Each of the mora advanced girte has nese broad faces and occasionally boM given a brush and comb for one sees a very prutty young girl which she has made a toilet bag and among thorn but they grow old early vvtrfeb with a separate towel is atÂ¬ They take the vices of the white set Â¬ tached to tbe ltead of her bod Tho tlers and are short lit od Chicago eMdree are taught by tbe nurses how Turns to fold and put away their clothing properly in the otosete roeently erected A Virginia gontleman rolatos that far their special use In the two sta while fishing for chubj thoothor day wail tubs resnntly plaosd In n he lionnry saw a terrapin craivl in a chubs small room on the ground floor the bed where had girls are tuught how to wash their her spawn tho femalemale depositedÂ¬ when the ohub sight dresses and aprons Mrs StodJen tho ed tho intruder caught him by tho aehool attendant exerclsss children tali backed out about six feet rnd vho do not coine with the school by mnroliiiig them one wm and another throw him tho torrapln abmit twen Â¬ ty feoteear of tho water This fact therein keeping tiiern occupied during is vouched for by scrcral gi itlcmen Ikhit the i id not pr milting of rej 1 iho witnessed the mini uary tbetu to sit Kuy in die plaj rooms bouncn g of ihj terrapin oftho State or Illinois The Baard of Trustee of tho Lin Â¬ coln Ileraestead consisting of tho Goreraor the Secretary of State State Treasurer State Auditor and Superin teadMtaf Fablio Instruction aad so ooftetfttited by aH aot of tho last Legislature met recently at Spring Â¬ field and organised by oleetiBR Governor Otiosity ae president ot the board and Auditor Swigert as seore tary The business of tke board is to carry out the provisions of the bill for some repairs npoa the old homestead and tfea appointment of a custodian ltobert Lincoln lias sent a deed of the property and tbe State will formally take possession at one Robert Lin Â¬ coln has owned tbe honse since tbe Many eflorts bare been assassination Biade by speculators and adventurers ta purchase the property bnt Mr LAncolu has repeatedly refused all ofÂ¬ fers intending probably to deed it ultimately to the State and save it from the grasp of tbe money makers Tbe honse contains about ten rooms which are of ordinary size Tbe two north rooms on the lower floor are oc- Â¬ cupied with the relics and memorials of Lincoln about two thousand in all and consisting of several old pieces of fnmitnre used by the family the old cooking store which cooked tbe last meal eaten by tbe President and his family before starting for Washington law books and office furniture tbe obi family cradle which Robert heard the lullaby from his mothers lip- - numerÂ¬ ous small articles of small actual value but valuable as relics copies of all tbe Memorials addresses and resolutions of condolence sent to Mrs Lincoln world from all parts of the all the biographies of Lincoln copies of the comic and serions jwctnres of tbe war period and Mr Lincoln a stand made of wood taken from Lin Â¬ coln boarding bouse at old Salem badges campaign aid devices 250 of all sorts medals of every conceivable design busts both small and large letters from Grant Hancock Morton Wade and hundreds of other illustrious men testifying to the greatness of Lincoln bits of Lin Â¬ colns garments and other things too numerous to mention The house is now occupied by O IL Oldroyd a local merchant He moved into the bouse about two years ao Dr Wen laudl lived in it before Mr Oldroyd and before Dr Wenlandt Colonel Harlow formerly Secretary of State occupied it for many years Mr Old- Â¬ royd was originally from Ohio coming to Springfield about sixteen years ago He served in Company K of the Twen- Â¬ tieth Ohio regiment in the rebellion He has always had a disposition for collecting relics and began to hntner this characteristic back in the 60 s by collecting old ntv arms swords and battle mementoes When Lincoln died be began the work of getting to Â¬ gether any thing and every thing per taining to tbe rrasHlent lia has steadily gone on adding until to dav be has a large and valuable collection He understood some ti me before the meeting of the last legislature what Robert Ijnoolns intentions were in reference to the final disMtitioH of the iroperty and went to work to bring it about A re olution was offered by Representative It partus at the sug Â¬ gestion of Mr Oldroyd for the pur Â¬ pose of ascertaining upon what terms the State eoaht acquire possession of the old Lincoln homestead and also of the memorial collection how in the house A committee was appointed with Representative B gartus as chair Â¬ man to see Mr Lincoln and ascartain his wishes and also what terms could be made with Mr Oldroyd for keeping his collection in the bouse Mr Lin Â¬ coln agreed to deed tha property to the State upon condition that tbe property should be preserved kept ta order and free of access to all who wished to visit it Mr Oldroyd told the commit- Â¬ tee that if he were appointed custo Â¬ dian he would keep his collection in tbe house and deed tbe property to tbe State at his death He also raid that be would expect a salary of 1800 a year Tbe committees report was ac Â¬ cepted and a resolution was intro Â¬ duced aeecepUng Mr Lincolns prop Â¬ osition and providing for the retention o the Oldroyd collection in the bouse although not naming Mr Oldroyd as etHtodian The resolution bad reached a second reading in the Sen- Â¬ ate when Senator Curtis offered a substitute which rovided that the custodian should be a crippled Illinois iwldier This failed and the bill passed as originally introduced OUeag Our Be 3Me la Regis Â¬ Xbe Famous Structure Now In Possession which causes thorn to fall into mis ohiovous habits She also instructs tho children in household duties such as washing donning windows etc The children though tho facial ex- Â¬ pressions of sonic of thorn nro sad to look at nro clonnly kept mid socm Ar 1 Commercial Bul-Â¬ happy enough letin BUYING FANCY POULTRY How tho Raising of Chickens Can Made a Profitable Industry Be THE MODERN BEDSTEAD Why Beds Sltouta Ilu llaced Well Above the Level oriho Floar Primitive and Oriental people Ho on the ground or on a carpet bed or mattress which is laid on the ground Modern Western civilization is not satisfied with this it domamls bod steads with legs that shall raUa tho sleeper w ell above tho floor lovoL Is any sound scientific justification of this latter practice discoverable I think there is and that 1113 explana Â¬ tion will prove that the quostion is not so frivolous as it may at first sight ap Â¬ pear A very interesting paper was read before the S Msiety of Arts by Dr Percy F Frank anil in which among other mat tors ho described experi- Â¬ ments made by himself and others proving that micro bis pathogenic ami otlierwise do not romain sus Â¬ pended in still air they fall much more freely than might bo supposed from what is known concerning infec- Â¬ tion by poison germs floating in tho show Hesses experiments air this clearly Kochs method of test- Â¬ oi ing for the existence microbia in the air was to expoo dishes or strips of jlas containing gelatinous solid films On thoso the microbir fall and find abundant nutri- Â¬ ment and multiply accordingly form- Â¬ ing colonies that may be counted and may be examined with tho microscope Bat this only inilicatos tho numbers falling on a given area not the num- Â¬ bers contained in a given measure of air To determine those Hesse used tubes about three feot long and ono and one half inches in diamotor in ternally coated with tho storlio nutri Â¬ tions gelatine peptone A measured quantity of air was drawn slowly through the tube when it was dis Â¬ covered that the colonies were all at the bottom of the tube and not ovonly distributed even over tlie bottom but wore more or less crowded together at tbe end where the air entered and more and more sjmrsely distributed further inward until the latter half of tbe tul was almost entirely free Tho microbia had all fallen down in the course of the short journey of tbe The colo Â¬ air mold nies spread all along the tube show-Â¬ ing that fungus germs float in the air while bacterie fall Other experi- Â¬ ments show that in an ordinary apart Â¬ ment tbe question aide organisms aro more ami more abundant descending from ceiling to floor Therefore the raising of our beds well above the level of the floor places us in a better at Â¬ mosphere so far as tliesc microbia arc concerned than if we slept as in tho East This is especially the case if the air of tha room is still as is usually tbe ease in lite bed rooms of these lati Â¬ tudes In rooms of tlie old oriental pattern without window glass tho case is somnwhat different It may be suhmhm1 that carbonic acid being heavier than air there is much more near the floor than a little highor Owiug to the diffusihility of tho gas this however is not the case in any measurable dagroe Tho carbonic acid we expire gets an upward start on leaving our lungs the mixture ex Â¬ pired is except in hot weather spe- Â¬ cifically lighter than that which wc inspire on account of its higher torn perature Gentlemen s Magazine JAPANESE POLITENESS ot A Country In Which lrviail Custom lftorla dill liouili- - Fr -- 1 proper light Now if ho had been playing on even chances and won largely on tho red he would not in all probability havo insisted on continuing to back that col- Â¬ or after black had begun to assert it- Â¬ self because tho latter color was as likely to win as tho former and had Farmer so to speak arrears to mako up and yet after being enormously successful HAY FEVER REMEDY at first he continued to back himself Tho Itellef Afforded by a Four or Ten Per after luck had departed quite forget- Â¬ Cent Solution of Cocaine Dr Bishops of Chicago in the first ting that a player loses in tho long prize essav of tho United States Hay run as often as he wins and that he Foyer Association of 18S7 writes as had arrears of losses to make up follows upon the uso of cocaine in hay Cosmopolitan fever Cocaine in a four or ten per KITCHENS IN THE AIR cent solution applied with a camel s hair brush gives speedy relief Tho Restaurants on the Ton Floors of Tall Structures In Cities pationt should never omit clearing tho In order to economize spaceand get membrane of mucus before applying any local remedy else the medicine is the greatest returns from tho ground dilutod and prevented from acting on occupied there havo been erected the seat of irritation Bjtter than tho down town in New York a number of solution is a six or ten per cent poiv very tall structures In these immense dor of cocaine and sugar of milk apÂ¬ buildings rooms arc set apart in tho Tho plied to tho naal cavity with a pocket upper stories for restaurants insufflator or powder blower small cooking is all done in a kitchen situated enough to carry in tho vest pocket and on tho very top story and the cook to bo used unnoticed tho instant an at- Â¬ instead of being immured in an under- Â¬ tack threatens Tho vulcanite tip of ground basement can look out of tho tho soft tube rubber should window upon the roofs of tho houses of ba applied to tho lips when a tho greater part of the city It is be- Â¬ gentle puff of tho breath will lieved that in all the tell houses whero blow a cloud of tho anrcsthctic pow- Â¬ families live it would be fonnd better der into tho nasal cavity when to havo the cooking on top of the build- Â¬ the hard rubber tube is properly ing rather than down below so as to directed This instrument is con- Â¬ get rid of tho odors which usually como structed after my largo office insuffla- Â¬ when food is being prepared in tho tor which is oporated by a rubber kitchen In the Union League Club of bulb containing soft rubber valves New York the cooking is dono on tho In all the Tho effects of cocaino may lost several top story for this reason and banking hours but repeated applications may leading commercial houses of New York lunch is served at bo necessary to keep up continuous insonsibility of the membrane during midday in a room set apirt for tho prolonged attacks However it should purpose and tho book keepers clerks be known that some persons possess an and other employes arc not expected idiosyncrasy which forbids the uso of to leave the building for their meals practice cocaine The primary action may pro- Â¬ This dates from a duce nnnjsthesia and ana mia of tho very sensible observation of mombranc regularly but tho blood Lady Burdett Coutts now vessels may becomo dilated and re- Â¬ Mrs Bartlett Sho is the richest woÂ¬ main so instead of returning to their man in tho world and the owner of a normal caliber as they do in most great private bank She noticed that cases This condition of secondary when tho clerks left for their midday hypeisomia is attended with intenso lunch that some of them spent more hyperaisthosia and all tho symptoms of time out doors than was necessary severe hay fever Fortunately there while others came back evidently nndei seem to bo few who arc so distressed the influence of liquor So she induced by tliis remedy and I havo employed it her business agents to provide a lunch in many cases of various diseases with Â¬ in tho bank building The experiment out observing any disagreeable synir proved so satisfactory that the Bank of toms Boston Transcript England made the same provision and since then tho practice has been adopt- Â¬ A LARGE SAPPHIRE ed in most of tho largo banking and Of A Gem IVhnse Value lias Ileen Placed at mercantile houses of the woild course it is not so much for the good Sixteen Million Dollar Tho Berlin Borsen Zcitung says that habits of their clerks and employes tho Prussian capital has long con- Â¬ that the managers of theso institutions tained a jewel of quito a fabulous care but for the more interested rea-Â¬ value tho news of whoso cxistenco son that they get moro work out of was first mado known to the gonoral them and avoid possible errors due to public by tho reports of the last ses-Â¬ tlie indulgence of their clerks and sion of tho Polytechnic Society This bookkeepers in strong drinks But the noblo stone is a sapphireand is tho practice is a good one for eating devel Â¬ property of tho members of that ops good fellowship tho world over learned body It weighs a littlo more and directors cashiers clerks and ofÂ¬ than six ounces Tho jury of tho fice boys meet on an equality at tho Polytechnic Society on tho grounds lunch tabic Christian at Work stated in full at their discussion would havo settled its valuo at tho frightful CONCERNING TINFOIL sum of 61000000 marks orf 16000 A Mammoth Industry In Which Every To Â¬ 000 It need hardly be said that such bacco Conanmer Is Interested a treasure is not likely to find a pur-Â¬ What was that he threw away chaser at such a price Oh only a piece of tinfoil from his It is con Â¬ tended by some of tho adepts that tho tobacco stono is not perfectly puro so that its Only a piece of tinfoil Did you price may perhaps ho reduced but it ever consider how largo a manufacture can never bo so far lowered as to of that article apparently of so littlo tempt tho richest and most eccentric value is carried on Will yon bclicvo collector in tho world to givo any it when you are told that more than thing like the sum which must be asked 1000000 pounds of the foil are used for it In tho year 1872 a Berlin annually to cover the smoking nnd mineralogist offered to go as far as chewing tobacco manufactured in tho 67500 marks but in vain as the nniquo United States alone Tlie method of jewel had already been refused in 1860 making it is interesting Tho tin is of to a German Prince who had offered a course first taken out of tho mines tho far larger price Its present possessor best of which for this purpose arc in has placed his treasure in State cus Â¬ Australia and the Dutch possessions of tody for tho sako of his heir as tho tho East Indies The metal is found Borsen Zcitung says though wo in veins or fissures called lodes though imagine that its future owner will not is also often found in a dispersed find it easy to roalizo any thing moro it form in loose stones which when than distinction out of his very excep- Â¬ continuously aro called tional piece of property All tho ex Â¬ found The rock containing tho perts who havo scrutinized tho sapÂ¬ streams phire agreo that it is a gonuino ore is blasted with gunpowder and carried to the stamping mill jvhere it corundmm Tho sapper of tho It is next books of Exodus and Ezckiol like tho is pounded and washed smelted and the tin run into blocks sapphires of Iling were probably containing from 200 to 400 weight our lapis lazuli Jewelry Hews m m Upon tho question of buying tho puro ntock of tho roputablo breeds of poul- Â¬ try wo supposo of courso tho breeder is entering into tho business with a do termination to excel clso ho or sho had better let tho high priced birds alone Tho very first thing to bo done in the poultry businoss is also one oftho most important ones viz buying the breed Â¬ ing stock as so much of tho future profits dopond npon and arc regulated by this part of the work It bIiows very poor economy indeed for tho boginncr to try to buy his fowls whero ho can get them tho cheapest and if this is done ho will bo most surely dis- Â¬ appointed in tho end The amateur should always use his utmost pains lo get hold of extra choico specimens if it is possiblo to obtain thoni and when ho has satisfied him- Â¬ self that he has found such stock for sale he should buy thorn at once be-Â¬ fore tho opportunity slips away from him for during tho last several seasons the purchasers for lino stock aro quito numerous and tho breeder will soon sell to somo 0110 olsc if you do not tako thorn at on co Do not lot high prices scare you oat of a trado when you arc satisfied as to Tho tho quality of stock in question best specimens can nevor bo obtained at vory low prices and as like gener- Â¬ ally pndiroj like high priced stock will soon jjny for thomsolves by tho same quality of utility transmitted to tho offspring raised It must bo remembered that tho breeders havo to improve their own stock each year by tho introduction of choice high priced male birds of tho same breed but of a different strain in order to bring fresh blood into his flock and to givo tho young chicks rasd a good healthy constitution Good health is always an important item with live stock of any variety and with poultry it would bo a good idea to havo tho sexes of the breeding stock at least a yoar different in their Good well formed ages pullets mated with make about as dosirablo a brccding pon as can bo obtained Before solccting which breed to use the beginner should always first de Â¬ termine just what qualities he wishes to have host developed in his flock and thon he can select which breed is best to his wishes Indiana adapted LUCK IN GAMBLING The Almost Inexcusable Mistake Blade by the Average Gamester The great mistake made by the ma-Â¬ jority of players is that of supposing or by thoir mode of playing appearing to suppose that because they had been exceedingly lucky for a time that luck is likely to continue A lady on ono occasion walked up to the table as tho ball was spinning and threw down a note telling tho croupier to put all that was possible on thirty two The croupier had jnst timo to call out Cava madamc when the ball rolled into 32 and she won a maximum As she was gathering up her notes and gold and while tho ball was again spinning she threw another note in 17 She had hardly done so before that number mado its appearance another maximum That same evening at dif- Â¬ ferent tables she placed six louis on 32 and won 210 lonis and tho next morning she won another very largo stake on that number again But sho did not appear to understand that such luck was uncommon or that the bet- Â¬ ting was after all thirty six to ono against her for she went on persistent- Â¬ ly for several days backing 82 while that number as persistently refused to nppcar and that is how she got rid of her winnings Before the tables had been banished from Germany a student from Frank- Â¬ fort who had just received a parental visit and a tip for one thousand francs rushed over to Homburg as soon as his fond parent had left him and hurried to tho tables Ho was very lucky and before dinner had won a considerable sum Encouraged by tho best of din- Â¬ ners and plenty of champagne he re-Â¬ turned to tho attack and before eleven oclock had won 110 less than 50000 but tho proprietor awaro of what was going on and knowing that such luck was unlikely to last engaged a special train back to Frankfort and just before eleven oclock informed the players that tho tables would remain open till twelve oclock Before that time the tide turned and the student lost all ho had won which was no doubt a very good thing for him if he could only have looked at it in the UNCLE SAMS BOOKS FACTS FOR FARMERS RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Remarkaulo Increase of Useless Gorern ment Publications Books Bjoksl Books svory where exclaimed n but nothing to read Government official 03 bo called tho attention of a visitor to a big pi to of books just received from tho Govern- Â¬ ment Printing Office Their nppcaranco is attractive suggested tlu visitor smiling at tho poetical paraphraso of Ids friend Yes thoy look very well on the ho assented but liko tho outside apples wq used to read about and liko these to our dismay wo discover after wo havo bitten into a rosy check thoy havo nothing inviting or attractivo within tho covers In other words thoy nro Govern- Â¬ tion ment publications1 remarked a re-Â¬ porter who ovcrhoard tho conversa- Â¬ said tho offi- Â¬ That is It cxictly cial Thoso words aro becoming synonymous with stupidity nnd a dreary waste stale flat and unprofit- Â¬ able It used to bo when peoplo wanted a figure for supromo dullness theyspoko of tho Patent Offtco re Â¬ ports but now tho Government publi cations aro likely to tako tho place Thoy arnt any worse than they uso to be observed tho reporter Perhaps not said tho official gently sighing but there aro moro of them Tho annual reports aro increas-Â¬ ing in bulk and there are publications of nil kinds and every description Tho bureau officers havo tho elaborate reports now and somo of thorn nro illustrated tho clerks write essays and they nro printed Thcro is a great printing press constantly at work and any quantity of white paper Is wasted Every thing is printed There is no check or balance It is r frco press with a vongeanoc and as long as it costs nothing no ono is going to tnko any trouble to condenso or abbreviate matter for tho printer It is much easier to print Tho conscquoncc is that vast piles of material aro thrown into the Government printing office hopper nnd handsome books aro ground out by the million Sometimes there is no indox nnd sometimes an in- Â¬ complete indox A mass of undigestod stuff put together in a very careless Boasts with small chesU do not fatten readily and aro very susceptible to disease Tho common red clover is bettor than tho largor for general purposes Tho latter is difficult to cure makes coarser hay and is moro apt to becomo musty Gesso may bo picked every six weeks in warm weather but they must bo well fed with a moss of moat onco a day When thoy aro picked often thoy do not lay as tho growth of now foath ors weakens and debilitates them SL Louis Itepublican Tho ogg shell is porous and any fiflh on it very soon nff sets tho meat Eggs should be cloaned as soon as gathered if at all soiled and thoso to be put up for winter should ho oggs which havo been gathorcd as soon as laid Farm Fied and Stockman Tho acrongo of wheat in Manitoba has increased from 20 to 25 per cent this year and tho crop from prosont prospects will bo a good one Tho farmers expect to havo about 9000 000 bushels of wheat for export this fall and if prices nro even at a moder- Â¬ ate figure a good profit for thoir labor will bo realized Sheep manure contains from nine- Â¬ ty to ninety five par cont of tho plant food contained in tho rations consumed by tho sheep It is therefore a very rich fertilizer as oxporienco has shown It is especially rich in nitrogon in an nvnilablo form and for that reason is excellent for uso ns a starter in tho hill for corn and potatoes Horsc breoding can bo run to death the samo as any other business But because farmers have failed to raiso thousand dollar trotters from ton dollar sires and dams is no reason why tho businoss of raising other kinds of horses should not provo successful when conducted with good judgmont Home and and on a reasonabo scale manner Now look at this big volume ho went on picking up a book lying on his desk That is only part of an an Â¬ nual report It is mado up of long tablos of no value letters writton by citizens and official letters long disquisitions giving tho viows of somo men whoso opinions aro entirely and so it worthless goes There is no concise orderly statement of tho facts If you want to know what lia been dono by any bu- Â¬ reau you havo got to root around in a lot of stuff and as likely as not fail to find the diamond you aro after I would rather tako a trip through Cen- Â¬ tral Africa than try to mako a sum- Â¬ mary of agovcrnmont publication and I think that I would do tho first with considerable less fatigue and injury to my health It will bo worso this year Tho bureau chiefs and overy body clso that can possibly scrape together any thing at all nro now hard at work gathering tho trash and theso reports which nro known to bo minor reports aro larger in many instances than that of tho hood of tho department It is nothing now Why in 1835 Congress passed a law to check this vory thing and this is what thoy onacted That It shall not ba lawful for tho head of any Executive Department or of any bureau branch or oQee ot the government to cause to be printed nor shall the Public Printer print any document or matter of any character what- Â¬ ever excupt that which Is authorized by law and necessary to administer tho public business nor shall any bureau officer embrace In his an Â¬ nual or other report to be printed any mitter not directly pertaining to tho duties ot his offlco as prescribed by law Farm At nil times a good feed of grain is beuoficial to stock but it is especial Â¬ ly so when flies are vory annoying sinco it will do much to prevent shrink ago of flesh and milk II rsos and mlch cows may bs protected in a great measure by wiping thorn all over with a sponge dipped in soapsuds in which a little carbolic acid has been mixed Christian at Work It may hurt tho cow somo to cut off her horns says tho United Stales Dairiman but so do her horns hurt others when sho goes at thorn full drive It is doubtful if tho pain of dc- Iiornin is grantor than tho hurt of having a pair of sharp horns run into tho side In tho case of dehorning thcro is only one hurt but thero is no end of hurls from hooking when tho horns aro left on A bec keepor says that a clean sandy plat frco from brush weeds bushos evergreen trees bowlders and other obstructions U the best location for an apiary Tho ground should have a gentle slope and the hivo face toward tho oast or southeast that the morning sun may shino on the en- Â¬ trance whici wi 1 induco tho bees to fly out earlier in tho morning than if tho entrance is shaded Indianapolis Journal Farms aro schools Thoy aro tho best of all schools in which to learn much that concerns farming They are the o lly schools worth naming so far as acquiring knowledge of some things connected with farming is con- Â¬ cerned Teaching by object lossons is effective The things wo see especially tho things wo do are bettor remem Â¬ bered and bottor understood than the things wo hoar or road about Tho best of all places at which to loarn the practeo of farming is a good farm DRAINAGE ON of Coeoanut Cones powdered sugar ono coeoanut and the Ksckuug white of ono ogg To stop tho bleeding of a wound sot a mass of woolon nigs on fire and hold the afflicted part over them in tho smoke The Husbandman snys that the cated at its recent commencement and j Lonl takc my heart for I can not farmer who picks out his fattest fin 1 bost sheep and lambs to fell will give it and whon Thon hast it oh after a time his flock so far run down keep it for I can not keep it for Thee and save mo in spito of myself for that nobody will buy Egg Sandwich The yolks of two Jesus Christs stkc Amen Fenclons hard boiled oggs pounded in a morar Prayer Life in every shape should bo prc with a little chopped parsley butter ciousfor tho same reason that thcTurks poppor and salt When formed into a carefully collect ovory scrap of paper paste spread on the brawl ami lay on that comes in their way because tho sliced chicken and salad Christian Union name of God may bo written upon it Uso the scales on the farm in order Jean Paul liichicr The authorities at tho Uuivcrsity to mire aoouritsly keep an account of of Berlin will have nothing to do with all sales and purchases its well as tbe Every meal idle students No fewer thnn 10S havo amount of food allowed just been struck off the roll for lack should le weighed and the gain or of diligence Amongthe number arc loss of flesh accurately observed Christian at Work forty eight foreigners Blood stains can be removed from A foretaste an article that yon do not care to wash Wc gazing through the cloud and mist The pearly Rates behold by applying a thick paste made of Tho jdkper ami the amethyst starch and cold water Place in tbe And streets of shlniBg gold sun and rub off in a couple of hours Until without we yet begm The joyful song they chant withta If the stain is not entirely removed re-Â¬ IndianapoiCt Journal peat the process and soon it disappears Probably not even savages would Improved machines are too ex Â¬ be found to cherish as impartial a the- Â¬ pensive for the farmer who sows but a ory concerning the shape of the earth small area of wheat but by as that of a Yankee schoolmaster Is of several neighbors each can en- Â¬ tho earth round or flat was asked by joy the use of the best to tiw great his examiners Some teach its round benefit of all ami at comparatively ho answered and some flat For small outlay American AgricHUnritt my part Ive no prejudices I teach Mountain Dew Podding One pint round or flat as the parents prefer of milk one half cup of sugar yelks of United Ircsbylcrian two oggs two tablespoonfuls of grated Tammas walked homo with tho coeoanut one half cup of rolled crel er miuister after service last Sunday and and one teaspoonfnl of lemon extract the latter complained of exhaustion bake one half hour Frosting Whites Tired out eh said Tammas Yos of two oggs and one half cup of sugar sighed the reverend completely dono Household up mentally and physically I actually Apple Jelly Use fair sour apples strained my lKick getting up thismorn Slice them skins seeds and all and sim- Â¬ O ings sermon said Tammas mer with one half cup of water till well musingl 3011 must be very near the cooked and soft Then strain through bottom of the barrel Christian Reg- Â¬ a cloth add a pound of sugar to a pint ister of juice boil a few moments skim Â¬ It is said that thoro arc 27000 na- Â¬ ming till clear then pour into glasses tive converts employed ami paid as and cover when cold Boston BudgL evangelists to their own coimtrj mcn Will it pa to grow black walnuts in the foreign missionary field and and then wait A black walnut tree 2500 aio ordained pastors of native in Michigan lately sold for 215 No congregations This docs not include doubt if tho young trees were planted the vast number who work on the prin Â¬ in rows forty feet apart each way and ciple of voluntaryism and thousands cultivated they would be valuable as a of teachers and professors in secular special crop as twenty five trees could teaching in schools and colleges thus he grown on one acre Though Friends of Princeton College havo late the returns woubl be sure and given the money for four or five fellow- Â¬ unused land could be profitably de-Â¬ ships for the next college year The voted to them SL Louis Republican college has alrcadj half a dozen per-Â¬ The housewife who is on tlie look Â¬ manent fellowships and proposes if out for little ways in which to econ- Â¬ practicable to open them to tho gradu- Â¬ omize will find it to her advantage if ates of any npprot ed college in Amer she has seamless sheets which have ica llolilers of fellowships must live been used for years to tear or cut at Princeton through the academic in two in tbe center and sew thethem wit- year and confine their studies wholly side edges together lap them and stitch to the department which they have with a machine or they may be sewed chosen over and over Hem the raw edges There appeared years ago a little Sheets trimmed in this way will last for allegory which touchingly told how a long time Indianapolis JoHrnat Misery remains so persistently in this Nice Hickory Nut Macaroons To world Death in establishing his hickory nuts pounded fine add mixed world wide sovereignty involved all ground nutmeg and allspice make a other forces in ruin Fame Wealth frosting as for cake stir in the meats Pleasure each in turn was vanished and spices putting in only enough to to tho realm of Oblivion But all at- Â¬ mako it convenient to handlo flour the tempts to remove Miser- - from her hands and make the mixture into balls abode among the children of men were about the size of a nutmeg lay them tain anil in the end Death was forced on well buttered tins leaving room to to make a compact with her that he spread bake in a quick oven Wash would not come to take her away till the salt from the butter used for greas- Â¬ she should have called for him three ing the tins as lard or salt butter gives times And Misery has never called an unpleasant taste Fnrm Fiebl and Indianapolis Journal Stockman One cupful Tis thought nnd digestion that and givo mako books sorviecuble health and vigor to tho mind He who studios nature and denies God is as a man who reads a book and denies that it had an author Chan twig Lincoln Hall built by Koswoll Smith of tho Century at a cost of S25000 for Bcron College was dedi USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE A tablespoon fulot tarpon tm boil Â¬ ed with white clothed will grtmtly aid the whitening proeess Li II 1 AND nr LLHU BUELDER COKfTR ACTOR Is prepared to do all kinds of BUILDING AND CONTKA WORK 1 AT THE MOST Reasonable Rates 1 awl in tlie best manner He thoroughly ed treated Carpenr mid bulkier ami thoeeconteiiij ing building will do well to tin estimate from him Office at his residence on Ilt Irvine SI reel jui22 tr I D -- IEIHE1F0HD DKALKKIN FINE- - Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars me22tf c First Street RichmondKy fCtf Mexiom Ousting Liniineni Bciatiaa Lumbago CURES Seratefas Sprains Strains Stitches StuTJeints Backache Qalli Strea Spavin Cracks Centrac SCosc I - Baetusatm Barm Sealds Erupts Hoof Ai Screv Swinaej Saddle G Piles Stags Bites Brcbx Corns Bsnkaz i THIS GOOD OLD STAND SY aceompiblMc for nerjbodjr exactly w hut forlt Oaeof tb rftoini tor the great p i u tWBMt l fewlialte usirrr applicability KTw7bvdracolan1cba1reil The LnmbrnnaantiJi Utnea eof aciM The Iloa irvrlfe aei It for general fam ThcCaHnlcraeedcltfDrBtateunsniM The mechanic newU It always oa tits tke XuteB besek What good did it do No good It cant be stopped It is a madness a kind of frenzy Thcro is an ambition to mako big books and it cant bo checked liTuAinon Star AN ENJOYABLE TIME Unadulterated Pun There is a littlo fellow hardly big enough to talk plain who blacks boots and sells papers in Sioux Falls He holps to tako care of a sick mother and doesnt live very high Hows business this summer wo asked him tho other day Well ho replied thcro aint no such boom in shinin an papers that I cant handlo it Havo much fun Yes a good deal Would havo a heap moro if I didnt havo to work most all tho time Wisht I didnt hnve no more to do than soma boys I know of an Id havo a pilo more fun than they do M 1 dont seem to get no better but woro gottin long pretty well this summer Winter must bo tho hardest timo for you Yes winters tough hut wo 11 pull through if I dont got sick an I guess I wont I aint nevor boon sick to last a tall yor But winter aint no good nohow specially when there aint nono too much coal in tho hotiso or a fellers clothes aro a littlo thin Say if I can got monoy nough ahead Im goiu to buy mo somo clothes for next wintcrainch thick Theyd bo busness wouldnt thoy mister Guesj thoy would Have you struck any of tho picnics this summer One Havo a good timo2 I should say I did They had cako an pio an sauco an ono thing nn nother an I jos waded right into it you bet Had a bully timo mado my- Â¬ self sick an laid all night doubled up with my han son my stomach I thort Id die Tell you what mister but that picnic was fun wisht theyd havo nother Dakota BelL How to Bear Burdens A Dakota Dootblacks Idoa of Genuine and A Courteous Request Bank Presidont M- - Bullion I re grot to state that I havo discovered a trifling deficiency of 100000 in your accounts Cashior 100000 Cashier Really sir I Presidont And I havo ascertained that you aro going to start for Montreal to day Now I have ono request to make Cashier Name it sir President Dont go until Givo mo ono days start Tid Presidont I havo also learned that although your salary isbut3000 you havo within tho last year purchased roal csalo to tho amount of another I 1 -- A citizen of Missouri who had beon a littlo put out In timas by East Â¬ ern newspaper comments on Western lawlesiness writes to a friend In this city I sco by the morning papers j on havo killed another woman in Hartford Dout kill thorn scud them out here Mental bunions will bo far more easily borno if lhoy aro placed as much as practicable out of sight When wo gazo upon thorn thoy inÂ¬ crease in size When in our thoughts ato emphasize and dwell on thorn they sometimes grow almost unbearable It is well enough to face trouble wljon it comes to us to measure it nn6i know its weight that wo may summon up courage and strength suffuiont to en- Â¬ each This is tho condition in whTch dure it but this done let us placo it the metal is kept for ordinary use where it may no longer be in constant Two means are used to reduce it to tho sight drag it to tho light to dwoll necessary thinness The old manner upon its weight and to claim sympa Â¬ of hammering by hand after first being thy for being obliged to bear it cut is still used to a great extent By When tho emphasis of life is laid on this process however only ono surface the cheerful and attractivo side its could bo produced and to obviate this real burdens will bo borne lightly difficulty rolling mills were Invented happiness will abound and bo diffused and Prior to their Invention nearly all the fold tho valuo of lifo ba multiplied ten- Â¬ Baptist Wceky tinfoil was importedbut their uso has completely revolutionized tho trade Nut Bearing Shade Trees Tho metal is now placed between two heavy rollers which gives it a finished A Maryland journal Â¬ surface on both sides It Is then cut marks that tho idea of pertinently re planting into widths from twelve to fifteen nut boaring trees whore shado cdiblo is de Â¬ inches rolled upon wooden reels and sired instead of thoso which are solely carried to cutting machines where it is ornamental is not now but tho sug-Â¬ cut according to order It is then gestion is ono that will boar thinking packed in boxes of ono hundred pounds about by those who contemplate plant each being laid in without pressure ing shado or ornamontal trees Chest- Â¬ There is another difference between the foil which Is beaten and and thafwhich nut walnut hlckorynut ami butternut Is rolled The former is full of small trees aro all nearly as lino in nppnar holes but U10 foil to bo used for to Â¬ anco ns horse chestnut and m pic and bacco wrappers must be airtight If asido from thesourco of revenue which Mail and Express will in tints rccruo to their owners from tho fruit tho timber of such trees A Yonkers man is charged with is always in demaud and tho making this neat proposal of marriage self may provo prcli able should trco itÂ¬Â¬ it be now doar yu My yu 1avo 0C0C in your own name why not put come desirable at any time to rcuicvr it Dixie Farmer it in nstae m m r r VISITING COSTUMES WIT AND WISDOM With tho generality of men policy Elegant Toilets Brought Out During the Ikying the Tile no nn to Secure the Best Midsummer Season is much mora powerful than prin- Â¬ General Kcsult One of the most stylish costumes pre- Â¬ ciple Ono of the most striking indications Th needs i Tbe Contempt is murder committed by sented has a plain skirt in peait de sole lag like IlnekTooilsman for tlie dangers of agricultural progress in tho prairie It as aa inflrtoeo States is tho groat yearly increase in tho intellect as hatred is murder com- Â¬ in one of the new biscuit shades It lbnb aad eoatf ort which sarroand the plon r is bordered about the lower edge ami The Merchant seeds itabout hla Mori- j tilo draining mitted by the heart MaedonahL Largo establishments eaaptoreas AeeMeats will for tho manufacture of tile arc increas- Â¬ Whenever wo vary from tho down the front side with a bawl of the ab eOBM tbe Xaetaag Uaiawahappen I these t U want ing in number yet in sonic seasons highest rule of right just so far wc material embroidered in Egyptian de Â¬ Ivecpa Uottlelulhc IIohsc IULj signs in gold thread This overskirt economy they fail to keep up w ith tho demaud do an injury to the world Haw-Â¬ KoeprtBMtloin tlieFaelcry lsin r part opens on the left side disclosing for drain tilo Illinois and somo oth- Â¬ thorne use la ease of mcldont savas pain and er States have well digested codes of An enterprising western hotel adÂ¬ a fan panel of the fabric The short Keep a Uottle Always ia tins JMuM drainage laws which facilitate drain Â¬ vertises chambermaid who brings her tunic is draped so that it covers tbe 3so when named edge of tlie bodice and falls slightly ing large districts in an intelligent own cologne and hair oil with her juneit over the panel on tlie loft side it is and effective manner As a result of Merchant Traveler then carried up to meet tbe full miffed this boncficnt work many thousand Things arc acres of swamp land havo beon re-Â¬ wc havo them to unbearable just until draper- - at the back The corsage has bear Their possibil plaited chemisette in biscuit surah claimed and other thousands of arable comes with them for land havo been improved to an extent ity roots of our own bein wo are not with a corselet front of the material the o embroidered and laced with gold Tbe far boyond tho cost of drainage But it is not alono in tho filledA Massachusetts man becamo so collar and cuffs are of pcau de soie em with patriotism level prairie regions that tilo July that ho fired off on tho Fourth of broidored with gold in smaller designs his drainago has proved beneficial revolutionary musket andgrandfathers than thoso on the band trimming died all over skirt In the more uneven sections of tho At Â¬ Tho hat to wear with this very strik- Â¬ lantic and Middle States it has greatly that part of tho country Harpers ing and becoming dress is in fancy bis Â¬ changed tho methods of agriculture Bazar -- De thoughts that or pusson thinks cuit straw the brim is upturned and Tho melting suows and the early and later rains which render an nn fur no one but hissof aro his best and secured to the crown at the left side his wust Dom whut comes between and tlie hat is trimmed profusely with draincd soil too wet for cultivation percolate through well drained land he gins ter do public Arkansaw loops of ribbon in the color of dress goods and clusters of yellow ami gold leaving it ready for the plow Thus Traveler tho season of active operation is prac Â¬ Ill teach you how to tear your flowers The parasol is in the tone of tically lengthened by drainage So pants said an irate parent swinging the dross with a band border n suite goneral and invariable have beon tho a strap Ill tcaeli you Dont hit with that on the skirt the cinLroidery boncfits derived from judicions drain me pa I know how already Just designs being in a size between those Philadelphia Call ago that it scarcely scorns credible that look at cm on tho collar and cuffs and the larger thcro was a timo when tho entire sub- Â¬ A Yankee who made tho tour of ones on the skirt trimming ject was regarded as debatable even Europe was asked on his return home Rather more simple in construction by many leading farmers Tho if he had crossed the Alps to which ho is a suit of blue woolen stuff wth large only questions now raised arc thoso replied Wall now since you call spots in a ttnrkcr shade of blue The concerning tho best methods and ex-Â¬ my attention to the fact I guess I did underskirt is perfectly plain Tlie long perience is rapidly finding solutions pass over somo risin ground N Y drapory is gracefully arranged scarf for thesj Of the variom form ol Ledger fashion in front and in puffs at the tiles tho round is employed almost ex- Â¬ Tho bodice has a tucked front His name was Walter and as ho back clusively tho old solo and horse shoo spun hor aronnd in tho mazy danco he of blue surah and the dress is com- Â¬ shapes being littlo used Tho round asked Do you love to waltz Love pleted with collar cuffs and full fold tiles are tho strongest as thoy resist two Walts no I lovo belt to match Tho cream -- colored prcssuro from every side on tho prin Â¬ before tho dance was but one and straw hat- is trimmed with a Frenehy la prepared to supply his customer over she had with the best ciple of the arch and aro moro easily promised to be combination of blue pink and cream keptcloarof sediment than any form Texas Sittings Walts forever more in ribbons and flowers with a flat bottom Properly laid and Pompadour poplinottc and soft surah A Duluth hopeful especially if collars aro used good who was receiving an application of in the heliotrope shairos are combined drains of round tiles aro practically al- Â¬ the corrective rod looked up to his of- Â¬ in a novel and graceful toilet just fin- most indestructible Whilo undor fended mother who had told him of outu uj v luaujujj mouisie xne pop dralning may bo dono at any season his prehistoric whereabouts and said linette is stripjd in two tones of helio- Â¬ almost tho most favorablo timo is trope and h13 tiny sprays of pink flow- Â¬ O mamma Lwish Id staid in Heaven when tho soil is sufficiently saturated ers with green leaves running through AT THE LO WESTPRICE Detroit Free Press with water that juiie L f a vory 3mall the lightor stripe The skirt is made An obliging sweetheart stream will consttntlv run at tho bot- Â¬ of poplinottc and is plain in frontr but Oh spare me dear angel a lock of your hair tom of the ditcli- - Under such con- Â¬ A bashful young lover took courage and 4iuiicxi at mo uacK ine uat apron ditions tho work can bo performed sighed and panel in heliotrope surah are Twere a sin to refuse you so modest a prayer easier than when tho ground is en- Â¬ So take the whole wig the sweet creature joined togothur by bows of ribbon on tirely dry or when tho water is in replied the right side A draped tunic falls in excess A small current of water in a Harpers Bazar coquille folds in the center and covers ditch furnishes a cheaper and bottor My friends said a temperance tho left side and the drapery at the index for grading than any level ever lecturer lowering his voice to an im- Â¬ back is looped in puffs The surah I have jtfet opened a New Bar devised A frequent mistake in tilo pressive whisper If all the grogshops ravers finish the corsage of poplinette on First Street JtTlDe draining is that of digging tho were at the bottom of the sea what which is open with waistcoat and ditch too wide This is notohly a use would be tho result And tho an striped ganzo over the bnst and is less waste of labor but it actually swor came Lots of people would get joined below by bows of ribbon to makes tho gnuling and proper adjust- Â¬ drowned Puck match those on tho skirt Tho collar ment of tho tile mora difficult Whon Health brings happiness A man nnd cuffs arc of surah the fall is slight it is better to open or woman in The capote is formed of high health the drains in considerable lengths beÂ¬ spirits and full of cnerg iswith goodÂ¬ heliotrope beads in whichmulti colored all the tones an imme -fore laying any tile but whero there diate source of happiness to those with of that sweet scented flower combine is moro decent tilo laying should whom he or she associates They can from the richest purple to the lavender closoly follow tho spading wcrfcan not resist the infection they are and pink This bonnet is trimmed in on Hand Agriculturist cheerou animated and encouraged front with sprigs of mignonotte and their energies are called forth ami a heliotrope with pink edged lilac ribbon CALL AND SEE ME A Plague of Ants positive good is conferred upon them Cream parasol with hutiotrono border A enrious phenomenon in tho shape without either effoit or self denial up- Â¬ and unique handlo in natural wood luiie tied with ribbon bow of a plagno of ants is reported from on the part of the giver Exdamge About tho newest summer toilet The emergency of weather has Na icy France Tho insects wero im monso in sizj somo having wings but made every body solicitous as to his brought out is oho with skirt of em Â¬ th majority wingless Thoy fell in health A very young doctor was in Â¬ broidered not over a silk foundation such largo numbers that tho inhabit Â¬ structing a circle of friends the other skirt which is lutiafad at the lower ants thought that thoy were having a night telling them what how and edge with narrow pUtting of the silk repotitioT of ono of tho plagues of when to eat and drink The medical Tho tunic is of striped shot silk open E -- ypt Tho thick black flakes kept profession is agreed he stid grandly nd plaited in front and draped at the that a chronic impairment of the di- Â¬ back whore it merges in tho puffed pouring from tho air from five until six oclock in tha cvaning and overy gestive functions results from drinkin back drapery The pointed corsage of district in tho city was soon covered while one cats it wns never intcuded striped silk is opon in front where it is n otRYUNlVEKS iv Uh what h ts been described for that solid and liquid food should be trimmed with n jbot of embroidered LommRrc m un want of a bottor expression sent into tho stomach together not anda fichu compo ed of silk and Cieepesti Bitst Business College m f Hvlu Ac Â¬ black hail It Is supposed that d cording to that doctor said a bright embroidery- - Tins sleeves ai fMshed mciNtHmwyoMiidainruittfr Wrt4-t Bynaa r BAsk Ken rain of insects was thq forerunner of young woman lo match soow tZW broad and milk w Tbe stylish straw hat U jnwu ErvoittloaEdaeatloa CmI TlTaU gf5 BaslaiM BulM ISTlMfcmczuteyrl tho violent storm which swupt over terribly unwholesome tiuts trJmmI Ttltlr stnvl auzc ami wiW v uciwsw t tumh staoaaerr a ami The f Nanejr on tho next day AC y pwj doctor is still thinking TeleTmTr2 flowers ta sultablo color about Chicago j JVaeatlaZi4vXw endmalesGuruitOTASMV nuiuum TttaarttSmlthriMTX1 Buffalo Express Times rARMS Tbe Steamboat man ortlie Baatman It la literal supply aawot aad aabore Beds It it b 11 The friend and safest reUaaea The StocU srovreraeeds It It irtl n taoasaads ot dollars aada world of tmut r The RailroiilBiaHaeedsItandt loagasBUItfetsaraaadofaciMentsai nor-c-fatwi1 aad bis stock yard The SlineraeedsKlaeaAeor rmrrgr Tbe lloncxraeettatt easts akng wTbe Farmer aettb It la ah hoaur hi- - DOUGLAS The - Butclier four-year-o- ld Steaks Po3k Sausage and lYTuiion EWBARRODM Rs WHISKIES BEANDIES CIGAKS ETC Constantly i John McEenne rsr rviSokr vae tx 1 j June 22 tf WP8W8SJ5IPKP