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YOLUME I LOCAL DIRECTORY I Â¬ Â¬ M RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1887 Â¬ NUMBER IT Thi American Party the owners of the lands seem to be taking this price with readSome of these ideas are very LODGE DIRECTORY TCBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY iness In Wolf county alone it is good but they can not be carried said that 80000 acres have been out without making a new party MASONIC so bought and similar reports for the purpose The first suspiRichmond Lodge No 2c meets snd come from other counties Law cion one would have regarding Co and 4th Tuesday in each month W M Climax J SPEED SMITH was supposed to have been the renceburg News the new party is that it is intend B J Newlon Secretary TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT work of an incendiary ed to draw a few thousand voters ntlCE PER YEAR 200 A dastardly attempt was made Third Monday in March and SeptemRichmond R A Chapter No 16 ber FRENXH TIPTON Editors Mrs P E Button has gone to early yesterday morning to de from the Republican party in meets 3rd Tuesday in each month certain close States in the inter- Â¬ Wm G WHITE f TIME OF HOLDING QUARTERLY AND Morehead Rowan county to live stroy the premises of Ran Davis W F FRANCIS H COUNTY COURT D P Armer Secretary with her 6on Frank who is locat- on Fourth Street near the creek est of Democracy Boston JourQuarterly Court fourth Monday in ed there engaged in mission work Some miscreant who probably nal RICHMOND COMMANOERY NO Carols Regular meeting first Tuesday inIQeach January April July and the 2nd Monday under the auspices of the Chris had a grudge against the owners in October Djnamite Gnu We in an Church understand month Visiting Smith D D S ously invited to Sir Knights are courte- in County Court of Claims 2nd Monday tian General Withers of Lexing placed dynamite cartridges second Experiments made with the AWilkes July attend unoccupied room in the that County Court first Monday in each ton J SPEED SMITH contributed 500 to a fund story and some appliance or a Zalenski dynamite gun down the month rSTOFFICE Main street two doors Eminent Commander lor the support of Mr Button fuse was used to explode them bay yesterday were quite satis- Â¬ june22 tf TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT above SeCOtlll D P Armer Recorder during his work there Midway About 2 oclock in the morning a factory The- results were terri First Saturday in every month loud report awakened the neighbors fying in the extreme Military Clipper Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville J C MORGAN D D S meets Saturday evening before the full COUNTY OFFICERS but the sound could not be locat- exports are inclined to think that County Judge J C Chenault Mr Henry Edwards accidental- ed Strange to say the report this new engine of destruction moon in c ery month County Clerk Thomas Thorpe XaTOFFUE Main street over Mndi T E SHANKS WM ly killed himself last Friday even- though loud and deep enough to puts an end to war and- enables County Attorney J A Sullivan J M Smith Secretary 8oii National Bank Richmond Ky ing near his home in the vicinity be heard a half a mile distant us to laugh at the ironclad navies Sheriff N B Deatherage June 22 tf of Cross Plains Metcalf county did not disturb the occupants of of the world New York World Jailor George V Maupin Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Coroner Alexander Norris m He had been squirrel hunting and the house meets Saturday evening belore the full Surveyor B F Crooke Began business less than one year ago with the firm determination to make a struggle through years to Proud of liis Son sat his gun down in the fence Assessor John W McPherson SURGEON moon in every month AND PHYSICIAN come lor comfort and independence doing business upon the smallest shade of profit ever attempted in Sheriff Perry of Logan county Omaha Man Whats the matSupt Public Schools Mrs Amanda corner When he picked up his JAMES M BOEN W M the Countv Million OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ J C Witt Secretary gun he struck the hammer on came up last night having in cus ter with your head june22tf son County Drug Store CITY OFFICERS tody a white man named Frank the fenceand the entire load passMan Ky Rowan county Waco Iodge No 33S at Waco meets City Judge HC Rice who is charged with Bullet hole ill it Mv boy did ed through his body killing him Dorsey 4th Saturday in every month A HAY RICH OF THOUGHT EVANS M D City Attorney A J Reed D G MARTIN W M almost instantly Glasgow Times stealing property from the While it City Collector R A Barlow W T Fielder Secretary AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Stone Quarterly Church in this City Clerk R G Dunn How did such an accident hap We can now look back over the brief period behind us with we trust a pardonable pride at a degree of Last Saturday the SherifTs of county The indictment charges OFFICE Second street over Madi John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at pen CITY POLICE june22tf success rarely obtained by any hout e in so short a time and an amount of patronage and encouragement County Drugstore eighty two counties had paid into him with feloniously stealing and son Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Accident I licked him one J D Feeney and J A Mershon the State Treasury 120563675 carrying away from the church month HILL W M JOHN dav and he shot me the next 1 DR T J TAYLOR CITY COUNCIL John G Taylor Secretary Of this amount 295000 was the following articles Two just tell you that boy of mine is a J D Mitchell Mayor Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery paid by Jefferson county 90000 chairs one glass lamp one glass Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox First Ward J Stone Walker Omaha old block RICHMOND KY by Fayette 80000 by Kenton pitcher and two water glasses chip of the town meets 3rd Saturday in every month Second Wan G W Evans World OFFICE Hecond street over D P OF SVIADIS08 ASiQ SURROUNDING COUNTIES SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Third Ward Owen McKee 50000 by Bourbon 38000 bv with the intent and purpose of june22tf Armers jewelry store Jacob II Shearer Secretary Fourth Ward J W Cnperton Mason and 34000 by Woodford converting them to his own use Teacher of a class in grammar We can afford to be liberal to the verge of recklessness and all departments in our house are filled to TIEPEACECONSTABLRSAND county The remaining thirty This is an unusual sort ol a theft No at Betel meets DR JOHN M FOSTER 1stBerea Lodge Wm 617 ADAMS W M JUSTICES OF AND TIMES OF HOLDING What is the plural of man PLACES overflowing with bargains All departments are greatly enlarged for this season with the most attractive M Saturday seven counties yet to report it as thieves rarely enter a church Men Johnnie MAIN STREET COURT assortment of fall and winter goods ever seen in Richmond J C Davis Secretary is expected will swell the total for the purpose of stealing Be What is the plural Teacher FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND MONTH Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs to 1750000 Frankfort Round- cause of the peculiar nature of of woman I 0 0 F NOVEMBER ir june about Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Women Jack the crime there is a statute mak D P Armer Richmond District No What is the plural Teacher ing it a felony Bowling Green DR PHIL ROBERTS meets eery Monday night at Odd Fellows at CourtatHouse 3rd Wednesday Wm There is a place in New York Hallon Main Street Willis Court House 1st Saturday of child M B ARBUCKLE N G Domestics such as Cantons and all wool Flannels lower than for Offers liis professional services to tlie is unequalled in quantity and price where the finest of wedding trous- Times Lyman Parrish Constable public Twins Susie LJ Frazee Secretary years Jeans and Pants stuff of all kinds cheaper than ever seaus even down to the shoes G B Million Foxtown District No 2 A grand lime is expected at Office same as Bennetts law office and everything else Fort Worth Texas on November Boone Encampment N040 meets every at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond stockings upstairs over Herudons drug store A man has treed a squirrel corner of Mam and Second Mreels first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th may be hired for a night When 8th 9th and 10th at the National As Saturday J S Chenault Constable the man moves around the jiil27 ly Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky Richmond Ky asked by friends after the mar- reunion of soldiers of the war with Union District No 3 Albertis Parks W L FARLEY C P tree the squirrel moves always at Union City 1st Saturday John A riage why they do not wear the Mexico L J Frazee Scribe Texas claims that as the Keeping the tree between himself is a Clothing Store in itself Bargains never known in this market before Suits and parts of sits at DR U- - C AMBROSE Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R dresses they tell them that they Does less money than you could buy the material alone for Call and examine splendid drives in suits and pants war was in her defense she will and the man Qtterry Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No N Lanter Constable never intended to wear them after outdo in her welcome all of the meets second Thursday in each month FORD KY the man in going around the tree 3 Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton the first night Men are also rig- States where the National Conat Odd Fellows Hall at Waco 2nd Saturday go around the squirrel John W Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af R A BARLOW Captainn Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles ged up in wedding finery for 2 ventions have been held Any Boards at Mr J C LtckeyV ternoon L J Frazee Clerk Oldham Constable The ladies pay from 9 to 40 for persons who contemplate a trip Subscribe for the Climax June 22 tf Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at their outfits KNIGHTS OP IIOXOR o to Texas should wait to see this All shapes and styles of garments in lavor this season We intend to make this Department a great Leeland D Kingston 4th Saturday SBXSMITH M D W T Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets In a Hebrew school What grand reception The business Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday Do not think of buying a Cloak or Jacket until you have seen our stock and feature of our business Comptroller and Mw M J PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows George Young Constable Hall at 7 oclock Durham reached here Saturday before the convention will be to crime did Josephs brothers corn- heard prices new and striking for cheapness WHITE HALL KY Glade District No 6 James M Wood W B BENNY Dictator ask change of pension law Gen mit in selling him at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ night and are the guests of Mr James Tevis Reporter Offers his professional services to the and Mrs B J Durham on Broad- Green Clay Smith who is only All the pupils in chorus -- They loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday augt7 lyr public R G Ballard Constable CHURCH DIRECTORY way Judge Durham is receiv- fifty five years old will contend sold him too cheap Exchange Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton ing a cordial welcome from his that it was wrong to make us who DR T J FAIN at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander We sell almost all custom made work and at the lowest prices ever known even for common Eastern Wednesday afler were not 62 wait for pension and Bnrglar Proof BAPTIST Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M old friends UNION CITY KY in a pair of hw bought from us We bay them low for goods You always save from 50 cents Fowler Constable noon from 3 to 7 Mrs B J Dur- we will demand that widows esCane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday John John Oh John beware Ofleres Ilia professional services to cash and sell them cheap for glory and a small bhade of profit 8 J N Hendren ham will give a Tea in honor of pecially shall not wait to be so Poosey District No and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru There a burglar in the cupboard the public at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A the Controllers wife which will aged Our house is now the known headquarters for Trunks and Valises We have revolutionized the trade Paris Kentuckian Citizen Anil all our moneys hanging thtre Aug 17 tf pard Office at Joe Gentrys Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday be largely attended as many inon them The handsomest and cheapest Trunks iu the State are shown by ns look ami be convinced my Mother Hubbaril In S D Carpenter Constable Miss Nannie E Holding prinSunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Blankets Spreadsanu Comforts are piled mountain high on our counters ami at prices that dishearten Hardin W Bright A M M D Million District No 9 J M Long at vitations have been sent out cipal of the Laredo Tex Semina Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding It is quite SRfe my ilenrebt wife competitors and capture the trade of the street When it come to cash down we wrap up a pair of Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New Danville Advocate Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble ry left yesterday to attend Balti Anil tin res never iibe to lock it PHYSICIAN and SURGEON by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday beautiful blankets for 10 to 25 cents profit and we lwiy them down low you liet Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday James A Harvey Constable more Conference then she will For that xor Uirulnr to save his life RICHMOND KY HATS AND CAPS Our record anil reputation for selling bargains in these goods cant be matched The sheriffs bill for hanging Law son Pastor T L llecouMnl liiul the poclset OFFICE Second street over Madi We The cheapest and best hats shown anywhere are constantly displayed on our shelves ami eounters Albert Turner the murderer of leave for Laredo Her sister Miss Kirksville Brick Church Saturday Mm County Drugstore Local Produce Markets and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James never fail to please in stvle quality and price Jennie Bowman including the Holding toalso lelt Cynlhiana for assume her duties in CONCERNING FARMERS I want it di tinctlv understood that I Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday THE RECORD BEATEN With the splendid name this house has for selling Notions cheap thi3 scafibld and rope was 151 Larelo the mission field She took with am theonly one in Richmond that un Â¬ and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON Hangings come a ho season will eclipse all past experience We will display tlie grandest assortment ot handkerchiefs little high but if use r the Rev BRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD derstands the thorough Diek Gentry bought vat Williams Â¬ a plethoric treasury could be de- her Misses Mary Mason and Jessie burg S extra mule- 10J linntls high for siery ties gloves and the thousand other articles useful ami beautiful that can be found in any city Chemistry as applied It Microscope and STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and to examinations of tNsuea and fluid Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each pleted in paying for them it Holderby of Catlettsburg who 1350 ami one pair ut Chaplin for is a fairy land itself Come and look even if you need nothing We study day ami night how much only mention Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night to go down on the of the human body I Richmond Ky Oct S 1887 we can give our customers for a dollar would be the best money ever volunteered 230 Cogar sol 1000 bush Â¬ Foley thia for lionext protection My Pastor Rev Beef Cattle Butcher The prettiest patterns THE CARPET DEPARTMENT has been greatly enlarged ami aWed to Â¬ spent in Kentucky A dozen border and teach one year free of els of orchard grass seed ton Cincin will lie attached to each examina Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd tiogs Holding 23mclily 4sc hangings a day from now until charge The two Misseslate Rev nati firm at 105 per bushel Danville and lowest prices ever heard of You can carpet every room in the house for what it used t cost to tion Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Sugar Cured Hams 13SC Christmas would hardly exhaust are daughters of the carpet one It will do you good to see how little it will cosfr Bacon Hams Country Pastor Rev E H Burnam Advocate Cured TURNER Everybody is most cordially ami earnestly invited to visit U5 ami see the many attractions displayed PARRISH Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday the number of those who deserve Jas Holding who was born in Miss Nannie Holding XJUllCi 20M2CC it- Shipments from the 1aris pens from whether wishing to buy or not Scott Pastor Rev B S Hunting Stanford Journal Attorneys At Law 50 I 7i2 Off gave us a history as she passed September 16th to the 24th 59 car Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Chickens With thanks for past encouragement we are gratefully yours to command lOo12C day Pastor Rev John G Pond Go where we may we can not here yesterday of the State of af Joads of cattle M Goldsmith shipped RICHMOND KY v nciia OCM7C Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Flour She 45 cars and Geo Becker 14 cars mak find a better or more healthy cli fairs oh Mexican border OO 2 Special attention civen to abstracting Pastor Rev J A James Corn per barrel titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky 5 mate richer soil purer water considers it a most interesting ing abmit 950 head of cattle which 25J Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Hay per 100 lbs Offire in Climax building S E 40soc Kinaer or more uniform seasons field of labor Paris Kentuckian cost neatly 60000 John Bull must Oats in sheaf per too lbs up day Pastor Rev 40250 greater iron Main and Secoud Street Corner be quite beef hungry its he gels the or coal fields grand- Citizen Richmond First United colored Ser- Lard June 22 tf stairs june 22 tf ex oct 5 4t 1 col Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky larger part of them Keiituekioji-Cil-izevices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday Tallow er forests better or more varied 23C stone for building more IS02OC oclock A M and Beeswax in each month at PK1ZE SAYINGS coal oil E T BURNAM also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Feathers A large crowd attended court yester Meal 75S5C or gas more kinds of clay for potElder M Campbell Oats per bushel buMties was dull and but lit- Â¬ 405oc tery more or better sands for The Literary iuyvs offered prizes lerdnybut CATHOLIC Orchard Grass 25 IOlI 20 glass making or more of any for the best approved quotations tle stock ollered Capt Bush reports a RICHMOND KENTUCKY Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- German Millet scrub cattle at ntxut 3 kind of material for manufacturA R- - Hur days 10 A M 3 ooj 25 OFFICE with V F writings of Henry Ward few scattering Pastor Rev Father Timothy Seed Oats in sheaf ing than in Kentucky Young from the seventv three lists were cents per pound for best second grade june22 tt 11am on First Street Haley Beecher Choice blue grass seed 575 man stay at home and go to work sent in and the following six from 2 to 2J milch cows 20 to 25 Dave bought the stock of goods and rented the storehouse of W C Peyton opposite their old stand on Red top seed DISCIPLES OF CHRIST 7505 with an energy Elizabethtown mule colts 30 to 65 a good many Main street and J A SULLIVAN 12 received the highest on the market No aged mules or selections 50 5ali 00 News Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 75 Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden number of votes viz Stanford Jour- Â¬ horses on the market 5th Sunday PastorEd J W Harding Of all battles theres none like nal Many instances might be cited RICHMOND KENTUCKY preceding Satur- Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Glade 4th Sunday and by us to show that an advertise- the unrecorded battles of the They have added new and fresh goods and now have a complete stock of OFFICE nu First street same ns day Pastor Elder Colier Jake Huguely bought at Harrods Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding ment in the Kentuckian Citizen soul formerly occupied by County Judge burg yesterday ten 1050 lb cattle at Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew The Confederate Monument in pays the advertiser For instance oct6 ly Miller Flowers are the sweetest things 30 per head Sam Foray the of Mer- Â¬ Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and Paris cemetery will be completed an advertisement of Mrs William that God ever made and forgot to cer sold to P T Gentry 12 extra cattle preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 this week It is between 40 and Shaws lost cow caused the ani put soul into T J SCOTT averaging 1250 pounds at 31 cents A M Pastor Elder B C Hagermar 50 feet high mal to be restored to her and Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and If a man is fit to go higher he V B Sullivan who recently purchased Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor 7405 the Dr W H Roberts late of the another enabled Joseph Ilower will show it by being faithful where has Piukerton farm at for his an acre Elder L H Reynolds RICHMOND KY bargaiu ton to rent the Ogden place Rev he is been ottered 1000 is RichmonJ Services every Sunday at Lexington Lunatic Asylum Office on Second Street June 22 tf It L Salter bought 22 mules 15 hands 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school First Assistant Superintendent Mr Weeks lost a box of sermons God did not make men perfect high and from three to six years old in manuscript on night of the fire He made I hem pilgrims at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- of the Asylum at Anchorage C S POWELL after per- iu Garrard and Boyle at about 100 an day eenings 715 Pastor Prof W D last week inserted a notice in our fection McClintock average A G Eastland has rented Mr 0 B Lowry Superintend paper seeing which Fred Sauer Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur He who is false to present town five miles RICHMOND KY ent of the K U ft R ftas con promptly restored them Paris breaks a thread in the loom duty his farm146 acres to from Coleman conday Pastor and taining for J D Office on Second Street jane 22 tf White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor traded to deliver 175000 ties to Kentuckian Citizen will find the flaw when he may S800 for next year Danville Advo Â¬ Etder L H Reynolds various railroads The work of cause cate Harriet Beecher getting them out is being superin- wrote to a friend asStowe recently have forgotten the EPISCOPAL A J REED WE SELL A FULL follows I They Books outlive empires L1XE OF To The lambs ottered in the Eastern Stanton was seventy six on my last birth Richmond Protestant Services every tended by B F Bryant fly without wings walk without markets nrrive first from Virginia Sunday at 11 A M and at S P M Monitor day andjiave all my bodily pow- feet houses of supply are they shortly after the Muck of Kentucky Will practice In Madison and adjoining during the summer months Friday at 8 P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard counties nnu In the Court of ApjnraK At Paris Mo the sorrel stal- ers perfect can walk from three that without money or price feed send foiward their quota then oc- Â¬ CALL AND EXAMNE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING ianZXt Office In Master Commissioners METHODIST lion Artist owned by R W Ed- to seven miles a day without un- men suffering from soul hunger casional drafts are received from Ten office over Circuit Clerks office College Hill Centenary M E 1st monson dropped dead He was due fatigue have a healthy ap- and after feeding thousands are nessee One and all of these sources of June 22 tf Sunday morning and 4U1 Sunday mornsupply are abundantly increased by efÂ¬ preparing him to show at the petite and a quiet sleep at night ready for thousands more ing and night Prayer meeting every alIn view of all these items I scarceforts to produce excellent early lambs ternate Wednesday night Sunday school Fair He was purchased 3 vears but the flocks show in the east to small Baby Life Insurance Companies every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F ago in Kentucky for 200 6 and ly think I am a subject of lamen G rider The breeds most valuable udvantnge tation I do not lament over mywas insured there are It M E South 2nd Sun College Hill self It is true that I do not in 000 is said that between over 300 for mutton are first the Southdown 1 and 12 children GRASS AND FIELD day morning and night Prayer meeting William Hitch residing near tend to write any more for the then the Cheviot and the Black faced every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Olaysville years of age who are insured in Scottish sheep The Southdown will this county suicided public I always thought that in day school every Sunday morning Pas Largest and most complete stock by shooting himself through the authors should stop in good time four baby life nsurance com- thrive in lower lauds than either of the Central Kentucky Our motto Best tor Rev D P Ware panies in the United States They others but all sheep do best on a roll Pastor Rev S W Peeples head with a 38 calibre Smith Kirfcsville Goods and Lowest consistent Prices before readers stop reading are mostly the children of work ing country flunked by hills Perfect Providence 1st and 3d Sunday morn Wesson CARROLL He was engaged to a P Pastor Rev J A Henderson 77 and 79 V Main St Lexington Ky ings We were much relieved to see ingmen and the insurance is usu- drainage and clear running water are Miss Ashcraft who informed him Sunday school South Richmond dec22lyr she had changed her mind the court pass off so quietly In- ally carried to defray funeral ex- necessurv for success in bheep growing 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services that every 2nd and 4U1 Sunday mornings at He lived but a few hours Oyn deed the only disturbance we can penses in cas8 of death A baby Close heibnge is most desirable but A M and every Sunday night at 7 P thiana Times recall was the attempt of Lee can not be insured until it attains can be dispensed with iu small farming M Pastor Rev J A Henderson King to assault Judge L G Wil- the age of at least 1 jear The when roots and some grain form a PRESBYTERIAN AND Grant Green recovered judg lis with a Barlow knife King premium is paid as a rule week part of the daily ration in winter and pasture Is not over Bethel Meeting House 2nd and jth ment against- - the Central Ken- Â¬ had been drinking and fancied he ly and is five cents a week in all when the summer Sundays luxuriant Thick grasses are offensive tucky Lumber etc Company for had been insulted by the Judge cases Frank Leslies Formans Chapel 4th Sunday to the sheep whereas the short but 10000 and a lien for the same and his brother Asbury Willis and Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor sweet herbage cropped from the hill Â¬ What He Would Say RevWm Crow was enforced on the Wolfe county he clutched the former by the Richmond South Services every Sun- lands and the Clay City property to keep the flocks in SPEED SMITH Ajjent What would you say young side sufficesa small extra allowance coat and flourished his knife once day 11 A M and j4 P M Prayer health and cnifl nn ominont Prnliilu of the Company The other liens or twice when he was disarmed mnn KICHMOND KY meeting every Wednesday night Pator wllc brings In the UP Ve n in the suit were not determined Rev H Glass by the latter The grand jury tionist 1 if I were to tell you thatTt gain Tlie nrgest numoer oi r Vlls rents or exchances all kinds of extra Richmond North Services AM Stanton Monitor i i wmsuv -t ir suiuuu sheep and lambs yet nflered for sale Real Estate on reasonable- - terms and and P M Pastor which was then in session prompt- x never uuiuivu 3 represent firci clis Fire and lilfe ly indicted him Stanton Monitor in my life Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd SunLizzie D Clark and E F this eturfiil ear in one week has been Companies repented 50000 odd iWere the flocks offered as Office in J C LyterV Clothing Store days 4 What I would say slowly suit in Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Moody have brought and promising as they reasonably should From the papers published in the young man juue22 tf Sunday school 3 P M the United States Court against M and 4 P M Well sir I would be from the first of May to autumn the Eastern Kentucky the mountains thoughtedly Pastor Rev L II Blanton D D the Norton Iron Works at Ash with the mythical of coal uie Do you want pure drugs and the best land for 25000 an amount as- and iron It appearswealth there is say mat nave urag stores nimyour oCJll milrlewof New York would not 3IADIS0S COUNTY DIKECTORY Dig be overstrained by tlie arrival of 70000 that been piayins vicinity brands of tobaccos and cigars You serted to be the value of timber not such great wealth to the moun litck New York Sun can find them at J J Brooks in gfiveu days Sheep of good fluidity iron c alleged to have been CIRCUIT COURT tain people themselves since the ilrst ot January laat have June22 tf removed from the lands of the The representatives of after all a R Morton on Judge J An old man should marry a beni scarce and Invariably proved to capitalists Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons plaintiffs Salutaris Water brought direct from ton and investment Byndtcates are very young woman It teaches be Iu steady deinaud and were tfrm in goods Groceries of St Clair Springs Master Commissioner J R Bumam Micb Kept only Two barnes burned on Capt J buying up the mineral rights in him that there is nothing in life value American Agriculturist forOi H Miller Clerk W by J C Hughes lowest his prices July22 tf june 22 u M Thomas Redmou place Bour the lands at 50 cents per acre and at all and reconciles him to death tober THE CLIMAX Feinting common pleas court bon county One contained 20 000 pounds of tobacco and the Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner S E Scott other about 300 worth of hay and Clerk W H Miller feed Loss 3000 willr no in TIME of holding common pleas court surance No one was at home on First Monday in January 1st Monday the farm that day and the fire in June and 3rd MonJay in October Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OF BRiGi- jJEXTS FROM Â¬ Â¬ Professional Â¬ Â¬ FLOOR TO CEILING - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ drTj poyntz III Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GW IM 10 GETTII II Â¬ That Awakens Our Profoundest Gratitude Toward the PEOPLE r Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ The Dry Goods Department TJie Clothing Department Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Wraps tol Â¬ Â¬ oots and Shoes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - iZc Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 23 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II2jc RAMSEY OLDHAM Â¬ n 1 1 Attorney at iiaro Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ elford entry I Co Attorney at Law WIIiI COHTINUS Â¬ Attorney at Law Attorney at Law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Attorney at Xaw Â¬ All Kinds of HARDWARE STOVES and TINWARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing buttering and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Done in the most Workmanlike Manner IffOEJ BUT THE BEST OF WORKMElff EMPLOYED ALL WORIi WARRANTED The Trade Farming Implements Known Â¬ Tlie Best Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SEEDS Â¬ Â¬ 1AT 1 Â¬ T WYi lJUr A Fi TIGS I- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ REAL ESTATE 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INSURANCE J Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ -e Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ 15 111 fc The Enterprising Young Merchant Staple and Fancy line the His First Street carries full flKI are the best and ill XV Just received at Trlbble Mussrlruan liW lance we are glad to learn Mint he will Blounts EEPORT OF THE CONDITIO Corn handsome residence at Cjntlnana not remain permanently Lancaster GOO dozen cans of Toniatoe j OF THE-i-- ya Peas Beans Peaches Pears Apricots The attention of the public far and his farm of 100 acres near Lair New BRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE and wide has been directed to the forSSO000 The lorrner wilt move to and other canned fruits and vegetables Sunflowers are ued in Wyoming Cheapest plact in town Farmers sep7 tf resources of Kentucky by this CynUiitum Georgetown Times Territory for fuel The- stalks wuen WEDNESDAY OCTOBER is 1SS7 Conference The Courier Journal D N Prewitt bought eight 1100 lb dry aro as hard as maplewood anil J S Collins wants you to call and AT RICHMOND published the proceedings in full feeders of Saui Shanks at S cents live make a strong lire and tlio seed heads see his special drives iu luce curtains President Cleveland went fish- Â¬ and a great awakening has dawned I TIIE STATE OF KESfflltfokY heifers averaging 9W lbs with the seed lu are said to bum better carpets aug31 8r ing in Lake Mendota near Madi- upon Kentucky The proceedings from Dixve Stephens at 8 cts and 1012 than the best hard coal Ait acre of aud AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS- son Wisconsin on last Thursday are to be published in pamphlet wethers 110 lbs Weight from John sunflowers will furnish fuel for one Blount headquarters for Tribble 5 and caught eight black bass The form and sent to the uttermost H Hale at 8 cents Danville Advo- jstnve for a year tea sep7tf President and wife stopped with parts of the world cate Mr Valentine telegraphs that the RESOURCES Postmaster General Yilas Mr Charlton Alexander has sold to Ureckenridge statue has been comple- Â¬ Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons T 511277 80 dircounts L oatunnil Moses Kulin for Goldsmith 680 fat ted and will be shipped to Lexington received duily at Trlbblo BEREA Blounts Overurutts 3UO IU Yellow fever appeared in viruISwurfs tofcecuru oircultillon- US cuttle i25 and S6 weight 1000 this week There will bo some diffi- Â¬ sep7tf Other Ktocki bondi and inotlgiiseft 2103 lent form at Tampa Florida last is culty probably in shipping the base Due from approved reserve nient3 On Sunday Inst a Convention of the The bale will aggregate 40000 and week and several deaths have ocNnllimul from inks Best quality Canvassed Hams Due from other Dinks ami Hbankers the largest single cuttle trade which stone as it U ten feet four inches sqirire Dae Stale were Sunday schools in the GUile Precinct has taken place in the Slate this year On Friday there curred Breakfast Bacon and Dried Beef at Ileal ostato furniture and flxtuies- seventeen inches thick aud weighs 101 79 Current expenses and taxes paid twenty six cases Quarantine wa6 was held at the Glade church The at Â¬ Bourbon News Tribble eep7lf Blounts 4 Checks and olher casli Ilmis at eleven tons Lexington Pies tendance was very large heir being IIiIIh of other ltink at once established Jack Frost Fractional miner currency nickels about twice as many on tltegiounds duy in every par-Â¬ Ltttonia had a line Parker McComb a deaf mute from will soon visit Tampa and stamEvery can of goods that you buy 4 SI and cents as the church could accommodate ticular 011 Saturday Malaria won the infancy has been acquitted iu the from Tribble Blount is guaranteed to Kpefflo ifin 50 pede Yellow Jack Itoilemptioii fund with Vti Trwis- Mr George Ames Vice President first race in l44r Estrellu the second Christian Circuit Court of the charge of urer 5 per cent of circulation 230 00 be of standard weight aud quality v Sam Branch was foil ml swilty for the pieciuot to wliote untiring ef- Â¬ race iu 1201 iiiggoyet the third race murdering a man named Carey both 8ep7tf J8515155e Total in a Chattanooga court last Thurs fort in connection with tiie county hi 1031 Dulune the fourth race iu parties being colored The trial wan LIARILITIES Vice President the Convention was l17t Wary the fifth race in 148 H Collins S2 lace Â¬ uulque the accused being wholy unedDont fall to sec J day of stealing a watch and his chairman Cnpltnl stiick paid In ting 3181 ucated and therefore unable to proper- Â¬ curtains f laiOX 00 punishment fixed at five years in due was elected perniaittiit secrcary OlUOO M Surplus fuml- Capt T D English reports tlie sale ly communicate with Iih attorneys or recording 571K 2 Undivided profit AVhen the ver and Mr Chaney ihe penitentiary Dont buy cheap light weight canned Nntlniml Uank notes oiithUimllni C Banford deed fairly well at- Â¬ make a defense was opened by a 5W0 U The dict wa6 read Branch sprang to Praise Convention by Prof Wright of of J Individual drpmitH subject to check Wl4 59 goods when you cun buy standard 230 per barrel live Corn tended Service led Due to other National linnks iVti m his feet drew a knife awl cut his Berea Rev Mr Noel a Baptist stock and other property at fair pi ices Sunday night Mr Morris Gass heard goods at Tribble RIoutits for the Due to State Banks and Hankers B 93 throat lie died in half an hour minister from Lancaster made the The farm containing 260 acres with Â¬ one of his pigs sqeahng and ho walked same money scp7tf Total- asi5n 9 out to see what was the matter wiili it protesting his innocence Great opening prayer drawn at 45 per acre STATK OF KKNTUCKY ami saw a thief carrying it away He tj Uuanty of iladl rfMi excitement prevailed and court John Kerby and Judge J D Gmm1 Advocate yelled at him and the scoundrel let go I H S rarkes Cashier of the above named adjourned loe made atklrefrses of welcome which Mr Pat Calk of Mt Sterling hag the pig and lirod live times at Mr Gas bank do n4iiiuly swear that the above statement in true to the best of my know- Â¬ were res ponded to by Mr Ames been in this country buying cattle for and fled leuving his sack behind ledge and belter Mr Senator Voorhoes said in a reOF- The reports from tlie vorfous the past week One pair bought of Gass says if he had only taken his shot8 S PARSES Cashier So far as Mr cent interview in the precinct ten in Subscribed and sworn to before ne this 19th Cleveland is concerned 1 think number w ere jvery encouraging some Jas T Atchisoi near Wyoming gun along he could have shot the thief day of Oeiober 1S87 lie will be renominated and re of them emphatically so The Presi weighed over 4600 pound the price wilheSse Paris News Jno VCnooKEJr Notary Public paid being 4J Owingsville outlook Against Blaine Mr dent had drawn a map of the precinct elected John Pierce a member of the Turner Cokkect Attest Â¬ Cleveland can carry Indiana by ami as the reports v ere called for the In Montgomery county D G How gang in JSell county has been shot aud J AM B3 BENNETT cuttle to has mortally wounded by a posse that was J R ESTILL c 15K majority against any location of each school was pointed ell sold ten T J SMIfll vs DIrectors Notice of Sale J N JONKd Donahue at SJ Wren Edmonson sold attempting to arrest hlru 011 the charge MATTIE R ESTILL other Republican he will have out Imlf tliat majority Mr Blaine of participating in the assassination of After the reports Judge C H Kreck to Webb GaitsKlll a lot of --2L 32 be renominat- Â¬ gave a practical talk on The Christians cattle at 2Ji They averaged about Jlowara iuouroe fierce resisteu ar- Â¬ will unquestionably By virtue ot a judgment and order of lbs S P Hunt delivered his fat rest tiring upon and slightly wounding Duty and dvvelt on the fact that the 1150 ed unless he declines in advance OK TIIE CONDITION OF Till ot tlie circuit Court renBible gives us the best system of Phi cattle which averaged 1650 at prices a Deputy Sheriff Thomas Henderson sale at theMadison term 1SS7 in the March dered Bob Ingersoll sizes up the labor losophy of Moralb and of Law as el ranging from 4 to4 cents Danville is iu jail at Piueville churged with above styled case the undersigned as FIRST NATIONAL BANK and capital problem as follows as being the only guide and rule for tlie Major li B Campbell bought of complicity iu the murder of Monroe Master Commissioner of said Court will AT lUUiLMONi Here is a shoe sliop One Christian life Wm St I lies nine head of 1150 pound The condition of Mr Pat McDjuuld On Thursday Oct 13 18S7 IN TIIE STATE OF KENTUCKY man in the shop is always busy lie was followed by the Rev Xoell cattle for 8 cents Also of W W God Jr is at present not so favorable as it AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS through the day always indus who spoke to the point The Payors dard ten good 1100 pound cattle for has been fur the past week The fever on the premises sell to the highest bidder trious In tlie evening lie goes Duty and referred to the indifference 5312c Major Campbell says there is with which lie has been afflicted has at public f ale courting some nice girl There and even opposition still among Chris- considerable demand for good cattle settled in his left foot causing the loss are live other men in the shop tian ministers in some jwrts of our He wants to buy a number of head BKaOUKCES of all his toes aud part of his heel and Ilarrodsburg Democrat Loan anU Iisooum who dont do any sueh thing State to the Sunday school work 3JUttl 01 probably his fool This sad misfortune OvenJrulla atol 11 These spend half their working The responsibility of the day school Uuwu li a ifciijila iu svcuie circulation is very much regretted by his many G M Hait Auctioneer rejwrts the uilierMucKs buu as una uiurtgiiHti evenings in dissipation Tlie first teachers in Suuday echool wort was renting and sale of Mrs Luey E Red- - friends and the bereaved family has lniulrum ditiruveu reserve agents 11 Uue iruin oiinrr Xiultuiiul rJuik young man by ami by cuts out very dearly and forcibly presented by 111011 as- being well attended Tbe our deepest sympathy Frankfort Cap110 I10111 bUile 1SIUKiiuu iMiiKots i ul Ken BuaW mruiiuru mm nxiuiei these ot Iters an 1 gets a boot and Miss FJorn Owe Vil -farm of 804 acres was rented at 392 ital LUiruul luxes jwlu How to Iuteret Young People and J7 u shoe store of his own Then he where Col Estill now and has for lleiuiums2ntiutuiiU per acre one pair of work mules sudd iniu The will of the lute Robert McCon years residedC R is a splendid farm and liuls ut uihtr ltrtiiKi Especially Chijdren was the theme of mw uu It marries tlte girl Soon lie is able 86 o0 steers for 297 nell was admitted to probate on Mon home elegantly and conveniently im- lrMliiiialiuier currency uiuKuis some very pertinent remarks from una 9 II to take his wife out for a drive in WMM yearling steers 21 50 yearling heifers day His estate is estimated at not less proved situated about 4 miles from Rich bpccie ituiA 5lUJ W of Richmond 13 cows from 14 to 27 hogs about than 150030 2VUU W the evening The five laborers Prof McCIiutock White gave the Con hum To each of his six child- Â¬ mond Madison county Kentucky on the Iaii lunuer Kin J W1I1 Mr Wm G 00 iiu- 3S3 per hundred corn shoek 230 ren three duughters and three sous he Richmonl and Speedwell turnpkc roaJ lttuuipuun his former companions who see ururvuiArcuiut circuiatunj veniiu the methods of keeping very to 237 per bW Farmingin on Little Muddy Creek implements leaves properly to the cash value of him indulging in this luxury re- correct and accurate records of the at Â¬ totai- 5larlji Jv buch a larm is rarely ottered tor sale tire to tlie neighboring saloon and tendance of teachers pupils and visi- Â¬ sold well Paris News 20000 To his wife he leaves all of hit It has been in the Estill family about too LilABililiit- ears and i now pass a resolution that there is an tors for every week of the session W B Khkl bought this week of Bulk of Woodford and Northern Bank partnership therein ony sold to close Ra Capital stuck imIU in S1AJM W the plaintiff eternal struggle between labor Tlie Sunday school of the Future Asa Spiiar 55 cattle weight 1600 lb of Kentucky stock and an annuity of Estill of Missouri owning one haltJ and siniuus lunu UIIUIMOUU I4VHU UU 11 and capital Henry L Quisenbeiry sold 900 to be paid by his sons Versailles the defennant Mattie K Estill on ning NaHuialuiiUiiuUbMnttingM iJM Ul wat preented in clear and terse form at 41c 1111 d the other one hah ijhc being an infant xiiuiviuuiueioaikttKUmciluuuevK to W B Kidd 16 cattle weighinc 1GJ0 Sun UUVlU J61 ll by Mi s Belle Bennett of Foxlnwn iMUilMu llllkn it required a jujgment of the Court to tell Uudiuaum lKuuHutl liauKirei COX- m oS IXWJSTKIAL AMI CMJMEKCIAL Will and She sought to impress the laborers of pounde at 4i cent 4SW Wt Since the deith of Mis B tyard and the land and that has been done and the iullliil ulo it U CuUlllcU PRKENCE to day that they have a responsibility Clayton Strode sold t W B Kidd20 her daughter Kutherine Miss Anne or proceedings are all regular and such as Total H7r3 19 cattle weighing 1600 lb at 1J cents Nannie Bayard the third dtuihgterof required by law and the purchaser will for the present STATK OF KENTUCKY o - u get a perfect title W B Kidd liought of Thomas the Secretary has presided over her Dr C J Ayres from College Hill COOTY OK MA1JI3U Kearly every county in KenThis farm of fine productive rich land I J ot the above tucky was represented in tlte In gave an instructive addros on Black Â¬ Calmes 12 cattle weighing 1075 Ibc fathers household She Is a yong lady lies convenient to churches schools and nameU K UreunleHf Caviller swear Hint tlie bank UO buleiunlv of many attractions and will bo an turnpike roads and only about two miles ulxive bUiiuiucut Is iruc 10 Uu butlul iny dustrial and Commercial Confer- board Illustration bringing his imrta at 4J cents Winchester Democrat knowledge ami bulief K Irom the depot at tort ence held in Louisville last week he blackboard with him and giving Ed A Tipton sold for Mr J Frujn ornament to the social world of the C railroad thus givinghstill on the and J 11 Uueknleak Ci cliier object lesson in his of St Louix to A Smith MCmiiii of coming season iu which the rank of connection by rail all rapid transit Sulfecribed and sworn to before me this ltHli It convened on Tuesday and was tlie audience an over the United day of October 17 Lexington his block stallion Pilot her father will give her precedence over States North South Last and West called to order by ex Governor methods ltODT It Boenaji N I The night session was addressed on Paleheti fortueily William L Herr all the other unmarried ladies of the The dwelling bouse thereon is of brick Knott who explained at length Coukect Attest containing the Benefits of the Praise Service by by Mambrino latchen 1st dam Did Cubiuet the object of the meeting Gov J CAPEUTONl on Waga record 230 aud dam of Dixie is Wright y Directors WMIUVINK ernor Buekner was made tempo Prof subject who an enthusiast Thomas Gaine one of Clarks old ilibGESf J IU X WHliK IGGBTSS enthuses others and that Sttrague 225 by Pilot Jr 2d diun and highly respected citizens died rary chairman and spoke en at The Work of Oflieers aud Tcaeliers couragingly of tlie good to be ac- Outside ot the Sunday school was pre Jennie Lind dam of Trackey 226 and his home near Rankin this county and all convenient and is located on one REPORT OF THE CONDIIION complished by tlte Conference sented by onuuty Vice President Prof Dixie 230 by Browns Bellfouuder on Thursday morning Sept 10th Ho of the prettiest building sites in the OF THE county splenTlie address of welcome was de L V Dodge w hoe duies in this line It is probably the best bred son of was a member of the Forest Grove did forestmade so by shade and ornamental trees IT ft Mambrino Patchen living or deiui Chiistiau church for many ears He surrounding it livered by Hon Henry Watterson have been such as to make him speak Natural drainage all Price near 5000 Lexington Piese leaves several sons and daughters to around it Two good barns corn crib and Col Sam Burdett was elected uiMterbtaiidingly on that xMiit J Air Dave Brown of this county is smoke house large new tobacco barn Â¬ Secretary Ex Secretary of State at mmuuoNi Then followed farewell remarks from the boos watermelon grower in all mourn nis loss His funeral was preach jack lot and stable all necessary outed mi Friday evening by Eld J W buildings IX THE STATE OF KENTUCKY McKenzie was elected permanent Mr Ilkliaell Judge Goodloe and oth chairman and spoke for half an er ami thus closed this interesting this section of the State Last sum- Â¬ Harding after which the remains were AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS hour on tlte greatness of Ken and profitable day in the annals of mer he planted eight acres iu this lus Â¬ buried iu the family burial ground Ctla cious fruit and uowithstaiiding the se Winchester Sun tucky in point of natural wealth Sumlay school work in this wetiitict vere drouth iaised an enormous crop to fence and keep up the property is Ex Secretary and advantages During the intermission a table sev- Â¬ Up to last week his product had alHere is the head of the Kentucky now well fenced Fine Garden and It RESOTJKCES- of State J Stoddard Johnston enty feet long fairly groaned beneath ready netted him SSO0 and he still Army Hon S E Hill hns assumed S3ftMS 67 Ians ami iUbcouuLs 74l 14 OF ALL KINDS OvenlraflH li i Hre circulation read a carefully prepared paper tlie basket dinner which tlte gener had melons on hand Tlife is a very the duties of Adjutant Gem ral of Ken U S lluniln 5MXJ0 Hppnivetl refiwveageuU Due 2bl N of great merit on Kentucky ott IteMrted people provided to itpy handsome return and has mid better tucky with Colonel S S Anderson as A spring of cold pure water that never Due Iruin other National UaiiKs from 2IV6 W goes dry near the house water for family Current expense- and tuxen River in its relation to the devel- the bodily needs ol the asembly imlil llsS in corn Elizubetlitown Clerk Capt Ernest Macpherson ol use and for stock on the place than wheat and It furlxo 00 L M D the Louisville Legion is appointed nishes daily abundant water for hundreds Bills 01 other Itanus opment of the coal fields State fractional paper currency nickels News 15 71 and ceiits Lieutenaut Colonel on the staff of Gov ot the neighbors stock It is indeed Geologist John R Proctor read a Specie WOO 0 IRVINE A lage croud attended the sale of Buekner and assigned to duty as Judge Legal tender tioteK 79U0 00 paper on 4Tlte Geological Survey S A Russell on the Advocate General of Messrs W E Iteilemi 1 n furd Willi US TroiiN- the Kentucky C J Norwood of Kentucky 5t 00 uier a ler cent of clreulatiuu Tlie corn crop promises to be much St Marys ptke last Tiiuaaisy Con Â¬ State Guard Dr D W Yaudell Sur Coal Mining in Kentucky J letter than was first expected Total t496tE sidering the times tlte sale was regard Â¬ and it may be 100 vears more before such of the Louisville Legion has been 2 Allen Some Coking Coals in another like it is offered to the public for fairly succe eful Two registered commissioned by riABILITIES the Governor as Sur- Â¬ sale J B Stacv has bought the nit W ed as Western Kentucky K B Grahn 200COO 00 llolstein bull calves iHrought 25 aud geon General Capital stock pAltl Iu P XoJund farm ftom F S Millers Sbkju Surplut fiind Tlie Little and Big Sandy Aral registered 45 two Holteiu cows TERMS OF SALE Undivided irortls filll Hon Wm D Kelley of executor at the price of 52050 culi leys 4iUU0 10 National liank notes iutslaiHliiig brought 127 53 and 102 24 grade Seed Oats The purchaser will be required to exe- Individual deposits subject to clieuk 17S71 40 Capt Lew Baldwin of Xieltolitsville Pennsylvania was present and 90 W lloltteins brought from 18 to 101 per other National Fox haye two car loads cute notes with good and approved secur- Â¬ Due 10 State HankHand Hanks 75 70 Due bankers addressed the Conference A pa- aceomptinied by J M Rnldell paid head averaging 3245 8 registered of Million oats for sale at the lowest ity for the payment of the pirchase mon- Note toaud bills 930 4S shelled per entitled A Report on the the town a ilyiug visit last week Jerseys at 100 3 Jersey bull calves ca h price CJuIl at their livery stable ey bearing six per cent interest from the ToTAL nai0i sc day of sale until paid having the force Foreign Colonies in Kentucky Large numbers of hogs have been at nominal priees 2 registered Jersey on Main street and effect of a judgment and payable to STATE OF KENTUCKY It ss County or Madison prepared by Mr E A Fellmer driven from the lower counties to this heifersS30 and 3075 12 head of horses the undersigned as Master Commissioner The sale will be at the brick dwcling B was read Gen John S Williams to fatten on the must of which there from 36 to 125 per head Twenty IJno bankWalkor Cashier of tho above The children talk it the old folks do wilemnly namod tho farm favored the Conference with a is great aubuudance seven head of legiotered cattle ami u think it ami chickens die for it Jan house on the H C now occupied by Col above htutement Is true lo sutxir that my the best of C R Estill Stagner and others knowledge and belUT speech Judge Wm M Beckner Sale to commence at about i oclock m Theodore Wilson of Station Camp number of calves makeiug about 50 iu tors Chicken Cholera Cure Sold no- JNO li WALIvEKCftnlilcr by Stockton Willis Prof J K Patterson Senator oilertd his farm at public sale yester- Â¬ all were not ollerd Leabnon Stand J R BUR NAM Sulecribed and sworu to befuro 111c tills 11th scp2itds M C M C C Haggard and oilier prominent day but did not sell Young cattle dard duy of October 1M7 The Iflect of Gutlersoii Leys was prepared gentlemen from Central Kentucky sold very low fat steers sold for 8 cts Those hoping for greater advances Gem Jar for Catarrh Asthma and Hay andThe above advertisementCanerton K li TURLEY NotaryTubllc written by Col J W were present One of the most aged mules from 70 to 125 and horses in cattle than have yet taken place Fever is magical go to Stockton Corueot Attest JR B Everything sold very flud themselves faced by a run of sup Willis and try It valuable papers read was by Gen went cheap W T TEVI J 1H rONK WALKER Directors Basil W Duke on tlie railroads of low plies wliicJi continues considerably iu J 11ERNDON J JnH Thousands of Canned Fruits and Kentuckj E D Warfield read a Last week at the old furnaee in this excess of the same part of Iat year The studied paper on the Shorthorn county Sam Brandenburg stabbed aggregate receipts iu Western markets Vegetables are being leceived daily at sep7tf Col Bennett Young aud seriously wounded Wm Bratton show that whatever else may occur to Tribble and Blount interests vssy CHICKEN imparted considerable railroad Bralton after being cut several times stimulate prices there is nothing to be OF TUB CONDITION OF TUB J S Collins S2 lace curtains will as talk was knocked down and run over by counted 011 ju t now from diminished Cholera Cure Hon John D Harris presented a heavy wagon loaded with irou ore supplies coming forward The range tonish you all aud see them 3hig8t Is now pouring hi its quota and for the report from Madison county He will recover J Something New and did it oralty His speech was The locating corps of the L C V some weeks at least will no doubt con- Â¬ ATKIOIIMOND tinue to Keep the markets too full for I can give you the best lace curtains L ith instructive and humorous Railroad after locating n line from IN TIIE STATE OK KENTUCKY and elicited applause at intervals Calloway Creek to Irvine four miles profit or comfort Alter that we be- on the market for the money 2 to aug318L The Courier Journal says that out have broke camp and are now at lieve there is ground for hoping for 15 J S Collins ATTHE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Whether they will ZLrj Harris was Iieartily congratu- Sams P O seven miles out and are better tilings Simp of Figs lated at the close of his remarks still at work The part next to town come before the holidays or not Is very uncertain but all signs will fall if deÂ¬ Manufactured only by the California Among other things he said he runs parallel with Main street and ex- Â¬ RESOURCES wanted to remark that it would tends to the Millers Creek pike cross cidedly better prices than now rule are Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal Is not obtained bofore another hot season Natures Own true Laxative It is the 1W13 Loaniand dh cuuuts perhaps be a sufficient recommendation ing same e 0crdrafL and Farmer National Stot km most eabily taken and the most pleas- Â¬ U H llouds totecure olrculallon 50000 for Madison county to U 8 Uunds to secure deposits U10M antly effective remedy known to state that she adjoined the count3T CONCERNING Due from approved reserve again a HJtSi NEWS PARAGRAPHS cleaufre the system when bilious or cos FARMERS 709 Due from oilier National laiiKB Laughter of Clark Daniel 101 Due from Slate Banks and binkem to dispel headaches colds nnd tive CQUO jind futures Ileal Kitnte furniture Boone when lie first came to IJroclc shipped last week 125 Kidd 01 fevers to cure habitual constipation Current ezrkiiises mid fuses paid 2000 Dills of other a jear looking over hogs average weight 214 lbs which Dr Garrard of Harriain oounty will indigestion etc For sale hi 50 cents nper Thousands of dollars worth of Fractional ceuts currency nickels the territory to secure the best lo- they had purchased from various parÂ¬ wed Mtos Lottie the swnmplMied and SI 00 bottles by Stockton Willis u-78 chickens die every year from Chol- Bpecloand 400 daughter of John P Buh of Clirk cation for planting his colony ties at 4 cents Winchester Sun I 9000 era It is more fatal to chickens than Legal tender ilotescounty on the 13th Boone did not look altogether to lilue gnibs teed for tale Apply to all other diseases combined But the Redemption fund wltliyirrHS- - 2S0 urcr 5pertent orclrcunittou Ctil Thos Johnson told to immediate advantages but had erson 100 heml of cattle at 4 Jo Wilk B J Clay oct5 2t discovery of a remedy hst fesitively Henry Johnson a member of the Sal- cents per U77KI Total his prophetic eye on the benefits pound nil round Even cures it has been made and to be conat thta low ration Ainiy was arrested at HomeTj LlAMLVrm In great variety at which might accrue to those who price they will uriug S7000 weight On wliile leading In pfnyer Luce curtains vinced of its efficacy only requires a the t2fK 000 Capital aug31 St trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Hurplus stock paid In came after him He saw the grand 1000 Mt Sterling chnrge against Itim being an outrage S Collius 52 to 15 UUJII TOKK f mid 25116 one hundred chickens It is guar- Undivided profits timber the immense cauebrakes on an child 4500 Dress Making anteed If after using two thirds of National Bunk notes iiutstandinj the rich grasses and the other nuIndividual deposits sdbectbclitcklt612 The J wmhen Brother Coni depolls 4193 Taius ConrtT Day About 100 head a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly United Statw S Mi s Sallle Martin will continue merous superiorities of Madison Deposits or U dfsburtlHB oIQcers 3Z of spring calves of medium quality sold pay dfetfllerrioriiouisviliehiive made dress making at Mr 2jll3 Ellis and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Duo lo oUior National Iiuils county and declining to take up at prices from 1250 to 15 per TS Jjtn assignment The liabilities are 24 7 head Cholera return it to the undersigned Due to Stale Banks and bankers his abode in Jayetle or Clark he fair yearling about 8c Quite a placed at 90003 while the nomiiinl invites all of her friends to call and your money will be refunded 677lil 40 Total out54t established the first settlement at number of mule celts sold from SS6 to meets will exceed that amount con STATK OF KKNTUCKY I K R STOCKTON WILLIS etderablv Boonasborough on-- the banks of 00 County 01 MmllHOii D j P Ariner oUg241y I C D Chenault Cashier of the above A the Kentucky river in the good OtlOillul rim Mfinlllnntn H6S just received n handsome line of named bank do Mriemnly sw nr that the The fine arm of the Heiuiren heirs f county of ladison Applause above statement Is true to tlte best of my ConarersniHii Z Taulbee of Kentucky Diamond Watches Clock Silver knowledge andbollef on ute uiucmnau botulism near is negotiating for Tlie wisdom of Daniel Boones tiie purchase of a Ware Walking Sticks aud an lcgant UU CHENAULT tiihlcr choice has been most happily dem- Doueraii Stnliot in Fayette oounty home in Washington 8ubcrllxMl and sworn to before mo this After tlie ciose assortment of Pocket Knives and containing 300 acres of well Improved of la beating them all making the best Hill day of Ooiobor 17 onstrated for Madison has grown hi i Congressional career he will luz ire Dont fail to get one of his grade S DEATH EttAOE Notary Public was sold last week for 100 per of likely devote himself to the practice of Safety Razors with which you can to be the most thrifty prosperous laud COBBECTW AfleKt acre A It BIIRNAJI law shave yourself iu the dark without and well ordered community in N B DETIIEIt AGE Directors In A number of Spendthrift colts that Ben Hudson of the Citizens cutting your face this great Commonwealth oct6 3t HB IHLIJNUHAJI point jof agricultural wealth she were bred at Dr iforwoods farm in National Bank is most likely a very The lowest prices iu town on cur fj stands fifth or sixth according to Fayette county weresold in New York wealthy man and nil his friends will be tninsjud carpet J 8 Collius gibS Hsi VP tSSsI Si iel on Monday One edld- - to Dwyerat tlie Joport of the Auditor and in glad to hear it He lias discovered on migSI 8t HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND poirft of faot she is second only to S5200 and the average was over 8000 his farm near town a very rich spec Â¬ head A full line of Freuch goods atTrlbble ALSO ler Applause imen of lead ore which it is thought Bourbon A GOOD STOCIv OF Blouuti sep7tf Co sold tills week will Lee Hudson yield abundantly Lancaster A permanent Executive Com GENERAL KERCH ANDiSE one car load of mujea and horses to L News mittee was organiEed with J Finest Klour in town at Tribble T G Stuart E Jrnel of NewOrleas one to Mar Â¬ Col B M Bunleft wife mi Mi Blounts nt the faipt country stand in lad ep 7tf Pays highestntiash itrlco for ison county Vice president Young E Allison tin Tlooiiou Co same piice aud Mdlle Burdett left lor KiUarury We will bo gliid to J S Collins stock of furnliurp car one to Thos Emory of Georgia Clint Oorrespondiiig Secretary show tlio stock to any one wishing Florida on yesterday Jo spend he petaand lace- - curtains is the largest MoOlarty Secretary and Treas- D mville Advocate to buy JiltgtJINS ELLIS winter Although Col Burdett has cvr In Richmond and his prices the jun22tf urer John A Logan of Shelby Frank Musselmau has purchased of j interests there of considerable itnpw- - lowest Silver Creek Ky aug31 8t June 22 THE CLIMAX county is member from the Eighth bis brother Johu District - MioiCJkf - FfOTB CUKBKEBT OF J 4 KB g I two-year-o- ld HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ OCTOBER I 87 be m Â¬ nll CO JLJ JL mJl1i4 k 7o ON Ji si Â¬ lS North Second Street A full nnd complete stock of k Vrfvrg7rjys8 F h h tl Â¬ STAPLE AND FANCY Â¬ m mm GROCERIES Confectioneries Oanned oods7 SWEEP B6REDUCTI0AS SCOURING- OUT THE OLD PRICES - Â¬ C I v c ii SCRUBBING OFF THE VALUE 1 CoHonefs - Sale Brlsd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AMD and plenty of every thing in my line This house is oliMY ri Tin rtTITT -- E3mfc7 Closing Out the Old to Make Room for the New at a two-year-o- B STZR ZEZLsTCFS MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE Â¬ J ld BFOB 5til ON A Strictly CASH Basis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 391 ACRES OCT 17 The best goods arc EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO SUMMER GOODS IN THE WAY OF kept and sold on very close margin for cash DRY CGBS GIVE TIIIS HOUSE -- UU A - Â¬ Fine Blue grassLand june22 tf TEIAL RUFF BOOTS SHOES HATS GAPS SffOTIQMS c IMU 11 - 1 two-year-o- ld Â¬ A D Â¬ - Â¬ wow n TiE amains Walchmakor Watches Clucks T OUR CHANCE AN OPPORTUNITY THAT PRESENTS ITSELF ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME are sg Greal wtirrLast Lor come early I The price will tell at Â¬ -- -- J- If you want some of them and Jeweler Jewelry Silver and Â¬ Â¬ must have the room D BALER IN STEIIS c LOUISVILLE STOEE - Â¬ ilated ware etc Special attention given to Â¬ Â¬ SK XJ open in a few days a line of NEW FALL JACK Come and see them S Â¬ Â¬ SETTING DIAMONDS August 21- - If E J STBSI1IG- naturc--wit- h Â¬ mm 1 AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES mho Â¬ Â¬ ProniitIy doue and iu a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for and Silver place next door Dont loreet the lo tlie Ioht t Dice Iticlinoud Ky Old Gold tiScKJ IS TIIE AGENT AT KICI1MOND KY FOR Plenty ofTimber OCT FRUTS Â¬ 1887 THE OhhEBbju 1 ED gsya Â¬ june22 If Â¬ UU ta jm gagasg -- cas BSA g i M B3teshq nran Â¬ - A H 9tSe for a Ksrsg -- gu THE TIME TO GO TO FARM VAGONS l3 The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them PATENT TBBSS ROD UO BM Â¬ Â¬ Hi TOSilUB HIE - Â¬ AND GET ONE OF HIS Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at 1 cure-no-p-i- y Spring Saddles All ESPECIALLY LOW PEIOES The Â¬ law f Best Material aiMtfitl For One Year- - The Easiest Terms A3STTI Tt EPOR T Call on Mr Pope and examine tlie wagons Dont buy before doing so Â¬ WEBSTER WAGON Junc22 tf CO Â¬ At bottom price faH Â¬ OCT Gtli 1887 line of lie also lias a BEAUTIFUL BUILDING ASK FOR THE G Â¬ 111 single amt double first class terial and best of work Saddles nnd Harness CARNES 4 jime tf LOTS FOE SALE Parties wanting the most desirable residence lots in Winchester THE t P O Remedy I ma- Â¬ Ken-tncky-sp- Bankii Â¬ Â¬ yw 1 REPAIR EB NEATLY ANO PROMPTLY 22 GU7SRSOM STOCKTON LEY GHENT CITY Â¬ - Pianos met Organs Steinway fS Sons Hazleton Bros Christie bentinel-Demo-cr- at eight-year-o- ld Â¬ the livest and most rapidly growing towfc Agents Far Madfeou Ceuaty in Kentucky can purchase them at reas onable prices in sefiS iy Â¬ WILLIS Â¬ -- StirtlCoMitol Â¬ J13LTJ12 - GR A ss CO CO 1 Â¬ I I i and plat New England The mapadjacent toof these splendid lots UGHIHING BOO and aroond the situated and other Pianos Kentucky Wesleyan CoIlegeJ FOUSHEE MBLTON Chicago Cottage Organs Site may be seen ou the va st tbe WinPniprllef9 PIANOS ANtt ORGANS FOR KENT Rent applied as part payment Write Fort Prices axd Tbrm LUKE U M1LWARD 8 and 10 V Main St Lexington Ky Julie 22 tf exact sue and location is shown lhe work of ersdioff the streets has already begun and the work of Macad- suant to iiiiizing chester National Hank Everj- - lot U plainly nninberetl and its 16 Market i Street - - Lexington Ky IX 1 DKALKHS V 1iiceeadvSSC5iigMnmg- Rods Ires C FOETSALE Â¬ leal and Cod -- Â¬ WHEAT tf 1 - SHCIHO5 UrSStlH All purchasers are required to plant shade trues m front ot ihctc lots and thu QTp Dtf O Wu C yw with the wide anemic and iiuposing Col- lege buildings will make the loveliest res- 1 idencc quarter of the city already beauti- 2 tieii by the elegant Houses ot Mewsrv X0XELBCT TUB BEST MATERIAL lED Witherepoon Johnson Beckner McCiMre and others ALD WORK GUARANTEED The partnerkliip Heretofore exUting The lots will be thoven by tw upon ap rfo under the- fifin name ot Rngl5tBro IfethHiiles furiilelied m iilieat r pRcatton inga boot and he bu ifiMin Second Paynlentf gtveh 4t desired AKat I2 tf JAS WIIiKERSeS strMWin this city was dIsoRedon Sept For terras and particulars apply to Tlie business nl ne conducted in fuure STUART b Emil Ene Richmond Ky Sept 21 iSS7 tf scpjStf WINCHESTER KY PatrouUe JJ- - Brooks Ihe dregsf DlSSOLSJTKGf CO On last Saturday at the fit Louis Fair Association Fall Trotting Rices TDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1867 Messrs MoKee fc Truynors fast mare Susie S won tlie Gasconade Stake Local wlieitt market 05 cents 800 with 600 added money over five forget the sale of tbo Estill competitors in the excellent time of Dmt 220 The first heat was made In 2251 farm advertised in this hsue the second in 21J and the third in See advertisement Attention To- Â¬ 220 This contest closed the St Louis bacco Men elsewhere this issue Fair and brought a good large sum of money to several Richmond narties Squire D P Armer it acting county We are told that thousands reaching Judge in Ike absetce of Judge Clieu far up in the teens have been oflered ault for Susie S Messrs McKee Tray Mr Gibson of Pine Hill was in the nor were present with several others Susie S will possi Â¬ Foxtown country lafet week looking from Richmond bly trot against lime at Lexington for a 20000 farm this week Tlie Iiexington Trotting Races are A Long Journey in progress During the Ave duys Mr S M Duncan has written an tht re will be fourteen fact article for the Nioholajville Journal on Mr C M Taylor will tell his jilace the Burtiside family of whom the late on Main street known us the Peter Gen A E Burtiside was a prominent Smith place on Satuiday the 22nd member He says that an uncle of the Statements of the four National General lived in Mndisou county Mr xVhen Gen Banks in Kk liraomi ptiblMied else- Â¬ Audersin further says where in llite IMie sJiow SSSSM 72 Andrew Jackson was inaugurated President of the United States in 1820 on deposit Robert Burnside rode oa horse back Mr AlexmHler TribWe has bought from Richmond Ky to Washington in the county recently 200 fat city to wituess the ceremonies and to Meeis 1200 to 1400 pounds net as one of the escort composed of J1 cenlc revolutionary soldiers commanded by Mr Jacob Hunters houe three Aaron Ogden who was chief marshal milo from IKeJiHiond on the Four on that occasion He was a very re- Â¬ Mile road was burned on Tuesday of markable man and served ids country as a brave soldier in tlie revolutionary lat v eek Insured war He died in 1S 1 at the age of 87 Mr W H West who has been eight years leaving an unsullied character in years in the general merchandise busi Â¬ in all the relations of life ness at Speedwell it in Cincinnati buy Â¬ Fast Pedal Pushers ing his full and winter goods Messrs R E Turley and W Alvex Opt James T Shackelfords black son of Richmond Ky practical hi Lizzie Wilkes mare by George cyclers have earned the long distance Wilkes dm Laura by Joe Hooker championship for 1SS7 in Kentucky tmUi in the 228 class nt iiexington The gentlemen left Richmoiri yesterÂ¬ uti Mouday day morning at 4 oclock by wheel and reached this city at C oclock last The executors of G W Btdlew Sr evening coveting the entire distance w I on 1ueMlay October 2 fell pub Â¬ of 100 miles in fourteen hours The licly o3J acres of laml and all the per Â¬ actual riding time was a little under sonal pnieity Will also rent the twelve hours an hours stop for farm of 175 aeres breakfast and the same for dinner Dr David Lyman and Messrs Har being made The wheelmen came vry tlienaultniid George Evans killed through Lexington Versailles Frank Â¬ thirty our wild ducks in an hour of fort and Shelbyville beinc met at the two one day last week That beats latter place by Horace Beddo of this city who escorted them in The Minnesota hunting longest distance covered in one dav A gentleman wIki was at Ford at tliN year in this State previous to this the lime bays he does not doubt that run was ninety six miles made by Tom Campbell hud 6600 pound- of Mr Beddo la July last Courier-Journpowder in the Mast at JSikin and that 10000 cubic yards of rook w ere blow 11 Pardon Refused down Gov Buokner has declined to grant a The executors of Jacob Huguely Sr wrdon to J J Cornelisoii now serving will sell iHibliety on the premises three a sentence of three years in the Mont Â¬ mils from Red Hoe on TliurMlsy gomery jail for an assault upon tlie late of ie xt week Oct 30h the personal Judge Richard Reid of the Superior pmperiy coistsiiK of ettle horsts Court The Courier Journal publishes In - and lite corn hay etc this morning the indorsement niMde by The KatilkitereaH fcoetely lias Gov Buekner upon tlie application for After discussing Ihcii organiid in LaiKMister Male Extcutive clemency Si minary the otjeet of which is to the purely legal questions involved the givi- - luoiiihly eiitiftHiumeiiis It is Goveruer adds It is to be regretted named in honor of Miss Jennie Faulk Â¬ that some of the petitions in this case ner one of tlie leaetters daughter of have suggested for consideration mat- Â¬ ters that have no relevancy to the ques Col Jhii K Faulkner tions at issue The suffering of inno Â¬ Telwcrs cent parties will neeessirily excite the The Umley trade in Liisville is sensibilities of every right feeling man and move him to the deepest sympathy imuMially brisk ami the prices high range from 2fi to 25 for thu unfortunatesbut they ought not 15irley lect-urns to be peimitted to nllect the judgment cents GimmI leaf 20 to 26 cents of a public official He adds that if uccule fcullering has been entailed it 31 tiles rnut be attributed to tlie oflender Mr Wilihtm Arm Imticht on Mon Â¬ against the laws which society has day of last week ami before 30 mare established for its protection mules at prices ranging from 500 to S100 Courier Journal The average was abmit 80 He bought ten oftheni from MrC D Chen Ileal Estate Sales anlt at 90 Tlie entile is khmI On lust Saturday C D Chcuault Esq told to Mr Win O Cheuuult HiS Hw Sale of Foxtovtn the James B Miller place Tlie f alc f Jtrasfofcl V of w ieh 011 laucaster Avenue in Richmond company Mr W It Letcher ol his for S4500 Mr Chennult will remove place is a memler occtued at Lexing witli his family to Richmond tou mi Friday ami KatHrday of Imt Capt P P Bullard auctioneer re week Niity x Ikh w were sold for Htrt chi same day Kile of Rev Dr GIh- - house on Main street at 15930 4530 had to Mr W K Denny A Tmxk One Un same day by 81 me 141 acres of Mr Ove liijtiMistufl white ploughing laud the property of John Willis 011 lor iel up a lWti or more army Barnes mill road at 5193 10 Mr cricUc r He sajsi tiiey wre well Amos Willis On same day by same the Wtu 1 ri ervcl ami looked as natural as twenty five years ao when the Rebs Sims place 8 acre lot with blacksmith soaked them in hot 00 lee two hours shop near Pond Church at 1300 to Mr B C Potts before alteniiiug to eat them Auctioneer P P Ballard reports sale of Ed Ballards house near Mt At The Has Well Zion to Dr Martin and 54 acres of Woik was resumed at the gas well the land to Mr J B Purkes at 50 on last Thursday night The former per acre Stock sold well Mi Henle Hailen has bought of Mr rapid progress Is now not made as there is in the well about Glteen hun Â¬ Amos Willis his 335 acre farm on dred feet of water The rock is ex Â¬ Jacks Creek at 35 per acre or nearly tremely hard The water continues 12000 somewhat like libit Liek mid a greasy T S Bronston acting for the Chris- Â¬ sub iauce Hoeomulale t 011 top The tian church soli 011 yesterday the borings resemble fine white rand Parsonage to T J Scott for 3300 cash After Forty six Years Deliberate Suicide Mr James W Kastiu readied Rich Â¬ Two shots were heard in tlie room of mond one day last wek after an ab Â¬ sence of forty six years He lived at William Lautensclilager at Silver Old Town near here and is releated Creek about noon on Thursday of last to the Peytons and others He has week Tlie door was found locked and found a few old citizens whom he re bolted and some trouble was experi- Â¬ cognized But Richmond nud every- Â¬ enced iu gaining an entrance Lauten- Â¬ thing in it and all the country around sclilager was found dead on his bed bate changed He has only the word He had washed shaved and dressed of his few old friends that this N the and arranging himself on the bed iu tlie regulation corpse altitude lired I lace he left nearly half a oentury ago two shots with au old pistol One bul He lives at San Jose California let passed through the nose in front of Where is Lyntliburg tlie eyes and the other through the Tlie subjoined paragraph is from the head above the ears The head was Piris News turned slightly to one side and he It is said that the air ws full right arm was bent w as to bring the of hawks in the vioinity of Lynuh pi tol wiiioh he still grasped in range bnrg one day with the head He had evidently ex- Â¬ Madison oomily last week A flock of these birds of pired instantly without a motion He prey estimated to be 5090 in number left a letter written in German which panged over that village going in 11 was read by Mr Schafhauseii of Rich SvHUliwesterley direction Severil cit- mond and said in substance that the izens fired into them and killed a good cook did not like him and as he had many One man brought duvn eight determined not to leave and as he at two eliols could not expect the cook to leave she having been there longer than he and Literature and 3Insir as he could not bear tbe present con Â¬ A Literature and Music League com Â¬ dition of aflairs he had resolved to die posed of n number of the most influ Lautensclilager was in age somewhere ei tial and cultured young ladies of up iu the forties ought to be a native Lexington has been organized with an of Baden Germany had lived in the aim of encouraging throughout Cen Â¬ United States since 1862 came toSiiver tral Keiitucky a study of the liberal Creek from Cincinnati had been arts An entertainment of an unusu Â¬ gardner at the Hume place was a ally high and interesting character sober induitrlom man unmarried has been arranged by the League for and had never given any evidence of October 27th and it improbable that insanity His act was entirely unex Â¬ an excursion train will aflord the pected and unwarranted The man Richmond people an opportunity to was evidently lusane He left 153 iu attend and return home that night money and some clothing but no rela- Â¬ tives so far as is known What Ib It At Mr S- - W JeHlutigs last spring a PERSONAL strange looking bean or nut wliiub had been found In the ooflee wiw Dr Hooper of Cynthiana was here planted It has grown up into a stalk this week tight feet high with n diameter three Mr Thomas J Smith Jr has gone to oud a half inches nt the bottom It looks like a cam being he shtne color f the University of VIrginfe and having jtrinfx awl has limbs about Mr Joe Pigg Ift on Monday for Oma-Â¬ sixteen Inches apart The limbs are ha and other pemts irrthe West two feet long ami look like a gourd Mr Rich Parks and brother left yes Â¬ A large heavy fuzzy leaf with terday for a touVthrough the West lobes arranged around like the Ijties on the ace of clubs Thej inls Mr C L Ssarcy of Waco was one are four inohes apart of the delegates from Madison county at two-year-o- ld 1 al Â¬ THE CLIMAX Sngio S 220 the Innduttrial Conference in Louisville last week and was a member of the committee on credentials Â¬ E W WIGGINS A Mrs Mary C Stockton and Mrs M II Stockton visited in Winchester last week WIGGINS 4KlNe POWDEH Tills powder never varies A marvel or purity strength and whole somciiess More economical Ihan tfie ordinary kinds and cannot be hold In competition witli the mul Â¬ titudes of low lest short welplitnlum or plios In Bhate powders 8oId only Wallcans ItoVAl POWDE3 Co 100 HUN Y F BKECK BRBOK Mr Anderson Chenault and Judge J C Chenault left yesterday on a yisit to Texas Miss Lucy Simmt of Paris will spend the winter with Miss Mary B Harris at BIythewood Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LAEGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP CHEAPEST STO IN RICHMOND Mr W W Pigg and wife left on last Wednesday for Kansas City and other places out West Mrs W Y Sheppard and daughter Miss Mary arc visiting their former home fiv Richmond Virginia Miss Marguerite Parrish of White Hall is with her sister Mrs C T Fox and will spend the winter here Builders Hardware and Building Material Kept 111 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 job you can get anywhere We carry a large slock of best brands of EOOFING TIN PLATE and will not delay your work We also carry a nice line of Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c IRON MANTELS AND GRATES THE PALACE lalSXIiyrSTOrJ BULGES COOK STOVES and RANGES MATRIMONIAL- - DRY GLOTHM A In GOODS HE OF-HOTTSE Miss Dora Glenn who visited atjthe Garnett House last winter will be mar- Â¬ ried to day at her home near George- Â¬ town to Mr R S Gano Absolutely Pure POWDER june22tf A1N DYJVAIMlIXE FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY Invitations hare been received here this Jnue 22 tf week to the marriage of Miss Terese Blackburn daughter of Senator J C S drives the bus Hugh Razor runs a Blackburn to Mr J Tweed Stuart The wagon ceremony takes place October 19 at 12 oclock at St Johns church in Versailles Judge Lilly delivered to the Powell Mr Chas W Price of Lexington was married to Miss Mamie M Kane at 9 oclock a m on Tuesday Oct 4th in St Pauls Cathedral After breakfasting at the residence of the brides father they left on a short bridal trip On their re- Â¬ turn Mr Price will resume his duties in the office of the German Insurance Com- Â¬ pany PUBLIC or a- - SALE ock READY MADE AT JLIJi imTJki JEL fall l Fan Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House Invitations are out for the marriage of Capt J D Cockrell to Miss Stella only daughter of J W Chenault Esq at the Christian church this city on the 19th inst at 1 p m Attendants R C Lloyd Lucian Bridgforth John Winn Tutt Burnam of Richmond Miss Lila Chen- Â¬ ault of Richmond Sallie Holt of Frank- Â¬ fort Jenne Fox and Willie May Dean COLLEGE HILL Ushers C L Gayle Carrol Chenault Robert Gatewood and Chas Grubbs Immediately after the ceremony is said J O Owen and wife spent last week they will start for an extended tour in the in Clark East Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Mr Silas F Norris is attending the University of Kansas again this year county Grand Jury such an eloquent instruction concerning the sale of BS2LL whisky that he was summoned to ap- Â¬ pear before that body to testify as to his knowledge of sales of whisky in A S ASSIGNEE OF JNOF WHITE I will on Stanton The Monitor says The Judge replied that he had left his Saturday October 15 5S7 witli some money in them If not sold privately before iu his room and when be returned at 12 oclock noon sell on the premises behold the same saddle pockets no without reservation to the highest bidder money and n quart bottle of whisky ihe following property viz There can be no doubt The Well known Stock Farm And adds that Judge Lilly quotation of Pauls Containing about Epistle to tbe Romans as part of the law in his charge to the Grand Jury ACRES OF LAID was eminently proier for verily the age of miracles has not yet gone by The farm is in a tine state of cultivation well fence J having on it a splendid AND PROPERTY saddle-- pockets m I HATE DECIDED Largest Store Largest Stock Lowest Prices to have you call TO- - Tobacco Barn and Stock Barn good dwelling and outbuildings with several tenement houses lying on Silver miles from Creek in Madison county Whites Station on the Menalous and Silver Creek Turnpike to miles South of Richmond Also at the same time and place I will sell the property known as Hetis Fro3sa and from now on I will Business sell my Will be pleased 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 Â¬ cash only i2 RELIGIOUS ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY Seven hundred additions by conversion were made to Tahnages church the past year Sam Jones for next T J Glenn closeJ a contract with Rev years meeting at Dcering Camp Ground Mr Jones is to preach not less than five days for which he is to receive 500 Transylvania Presbytery will com- Â¬ Mrs Sarah Grifllths and her daugh mence in Richmond to day for the pur ter Miss Lizzie have gone to Missouri pose of considering the resignation of to spend the winter with relatives Rev Dr Glass as pastor of the First Presbyterian church The protracted meeting conducted by A P Cobb is still in progress at the Christian church and will continue throughout the week The audiences are large and attentive There have been a few-- additions up to date Eld It or66ir The National Congress of the Episco- Â¬ pal chuich convened in Louisville yes- Â¬ South 1 will ofTer at public sale on terday and will hold four days Bishop At the recent session of the Ken- Â¬ Dudley is President and Rev M M tucky Conference Rev F Grlder was 1887 Benton formerly rector in Richmond is appointed pastor of the M E Church instead of Saturday Oct 15 as previously Chairman of local committee at this place for the en uiug year advertised Rev J D Simmons has been called to Rev J S Taylor who has so faithfully the pastorate of Mt Pleasant church and acceptably filled the pulpit for Jessamine county and will probably re the past two years was made a super- Â¬ South of Richmond on moe to that field of labor at an early day numerary and giventhe work of a 3 miles pike adjoining the fnrrrs the Lan- Â¬ caster of John Mr Simmons has lived in this community supply at Mintonville D Harris and Jas A liallard About for six or seven years and has been very successful in his ministerial work Win chestar Democrat ATTENTION TOBACCO MEN the balance under cultivation Rev J M Evans closed his meet- Â¬ The It will be sold in two tracts then as a John Sawyers of Manchester Ohio ing at Lairs Sunday with 58 additions desires to tend a crop of tobaceo raise whole Sale begins at z oclock p m and 500 collected to complete the church it on the shares or rent the laud 10 to ssttds C B McCORD for evangelistic work Four years ago 50 acres Mr Evans organized the church there by He referes to K H Elli on Cashier O Manchester building up from two members There Manchester Bank Wm Peirce are now 75 in the congregation Paris Manchester OCashier Farmers Bank Go Other references given News by applying at Tin Climax office oct 12 4t Elder A J Tribble assisted by Elder The Bonds issued in payment of subB F Taylor who did most of the scription of Madixon county to Louisville preaching and did it well closed a and Nashville Railroad due in February twelve days meeting at Preachersville April July and October 18S7 and iSSS Lincoln county on last Friday with four- Â¬ Remaining unclaimed iu the Post will be paid on maturity at the Madison teen additions On Sunday at Gunns office at Richmond Ky week ending National Bank Richmond Ky ftf-CDCHENAULTCom x Chapel in Garrard county he preached Oct 10th 1587 the funeral of Mrs Nelson Teeter an Bennett Mi sLIzzie Irvine Mariat aged lady who died on Friday Bennett Miss E L Rhodes Laura Cattle Scales and about 20 ACEES OF FISST LASS LAND One third cash TERMS and the interbalance and two Seventy five pupils have been en- Â¬ est from in oneof sale y ears withwill be Possesion dute rolled at the Academy here mill the given immediately prospects for the future success of the JNO D GOODLOE Assignee school nre very encouraging P P Ballard Auctioneer spitds The number of Good Templars has increased considerably nt late and the Lodge is in a flourishing condition Its weekly meetings nre held on Fri- Â¬ day evenings nt the M E Church Â¬ Â¬ George Lewis and family who have lately returned from Kansas talk of locating in our city A few of tbe young people here have joined the C LS C and organ- Â¬ which is a first rate flour and grist mill containing the best modern improvements ized a Chautauqua Local Circle with Dr J Ayers and his daughter Mi s Faunle attended the Sunday schrol Convention at the Glade church Six Tenement Houses Blacksmith Shop WHITES MIII READY MADE INTO AT PRICES goods IIMflSinHi t jSwWHH i i ft -- rn 0 1 Millers Residence I Far Mow ne teal Value U fltnlfiyiMriinnr GOODS PUBLIC SALE The stock is one of the fullest and best selected ever brought to Richmond and a rare opportunity is offered to biiTers to secure seasonable clothing at mucli less cost than anywhere else This advertisement means business and Â¬ Saturday Oct 22 Th as SO Acres of Land 50 acres in grass continue in tlie business long Prices will be such as to remove the stock without delay so come at once and secure what you need before the lots are broken suits of all grades and sizes and odd pants and vests Big line of I shall not Steak Must Go July22tf I am Sole Agent for the Shoe -- I have in stock 4P A 1ST X IN O Madison Bois Â¬ lot will be sold at almost your own price 11 OVERCOATSentire I for men youths and and the boys am simply over stocked and must reduce same LETTERS to Rotas interest to get the bargains 8p28tf qf sseassLEsmust goylwes Einest Remember ail is and SO NOTE THE PRICE Â¬ ChenatiltNickolena White Edward Advertised matter will be held two THIN COLUMN weeks after dade of advertisement and then if undelivered will be sent to the deail letter office The motto of a Karfsas City Real Post office hours from 6 a m to 7 p Estate Record is Deeds not Word- WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO Money order and registered letter M trade Hint we have a large Miss Coleman married Mr Cole in hours prompt 7 a m to 6 l M and well selected line of Bowling Green last week She chang Â¬ J B WILLIS r sr ed only half her name you see The intelligent and accomplished blacksmith at Poindexter Is the way I Jl the Cynthiana Times puts it s The Minneajtolis Tribune setting We will as Executors of Jacob Hu futth the advantages of advertising guely deed sell at public auction to says Mr J F Wright who adver- Â¬ tlie highest bidder on tised in the Tribune for a wife about a Thursday Oct 20 1SS7 year ngo is now the proud father of a at his late residence ou Otter Creek in bouncing boy Mndbuin County Ky the personal es Â¬ An exchange says that a subscriber tate of said decedent consisting of 3 1 MULE 12 HOGS wrote to Ii8ve the paper slopped be HORSES Etc In which you can find the cause he was taking too many locle papersand adds that had the subscriber the latter consisting of 4 cows witli taken the paper a while longer we young calve good milkers 9 with would have learned him to spell cor- Â¬ calves old enough to wean 0 steers fancy reds weighing about rectly On whom is the joke 1400 pounds each 3 yearling steers LATEST STYLES steers We heard a minister say in a sermon 3 yearling heifers 5 and the LOWEST PRICES one night last week that he had known and 1 bull A No 3 stacks of hay 35 barrels of corn straw iu ricks a man who was made en unbeliever HEW FIRM WE LYTER MEW 3 ROCERY C J Public Sale CLOTHINGr ruiir Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that thev have opened a fresh lot of ELLIS HIGGINS Embossed Gold Paper worth 81 reduced to 50 cents Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents Everything at REDUCED FRIGES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls 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 Â¬ STAPLE FAHCY GROCERIES at 10 MATS Qucenswarcj Glassware Woodcnwre And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis lliggins is pot a new firm but has been in existence for nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people want CALL AND SEE THEM aug 10 lyr TRUNKS GEO M WILLGING 48 CATTLE two-year-o- ld Julvi3 tf Library Lamps AND Â¬ Â¬ by association with actors actresses Farming Tools of all Kinds journalists and such others What a rpllef a glorious relief from rats and 1 buggy and harness household and kitchen furniture 9 shares of stock in chestnuts The bar keeper and the Otter Creek Turnpike and many dancing teacher are at last given a rest other article even at the expense of journalists Tkkms The sale will be on a credit until January 1st 18SS with good se- Â¬ I larrodsburg Las a man who ate a curity for alt 8Uns over 10 with Inter Â¬ grown chicken raw one night last est from diy of sale under that stun week and eclipsed the ncord the two cash and no property to be removed succeeding nights by eating three and until the terms are complied with JAMES W HUGUELY seven pounds of raw beef Maysville SQUIRE L HUGUELY has a negro who amuses his neigh Â¬ JACOB HUGUELY bors by eating three buckets of Exrs of Jacob Huguely raw water within fifteen minute Lexington has a man who can eat a gallon of raw whisky in a day BETTER THAN QUEEH AH3D GEESCEETT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Road3 QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD and to our customers we say we will give you lull value for every dollar invented with ti and we urge you to give us an early call Â¬ M Util SilYer Platefl IDTBS ai Foris Quote W June 22 Dm B WHITE New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the At McKees Old Stand Piicp Poin rnitnFno t And Ul nntliWQot IF They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at the k UliU UIULIH CLAUDE HAVE SMITH THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST CO the Important Cities of the South without change flnl T inn TWKNTY EIOHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN Ulliy JLlIIlC RUNNING THltOrulI CARS have a choice of of 8teejuff Car Qnnninl lMJIItl--QUEE- N Trovelers ANDCKESCENT two kind Manns ElegnntBonon KOUTE 3ILllill Kniinn tlolr linflet fHrantf PulImanSt Finest Ialaca HutTet sleeper State Koom Pattern passencors liolillnir tickets via this line are Oram Central Union DoooL In Cincinnati therefore saei transfer across the Cltraml are assured a Journey attended with speed minion nuu convenience General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio HCOLU1RAN General Manager General Passencer AenU R fAUHOLL RXRYAN Geneml Superintendent jno22tfJ Assistant General Passenger Agent Th Prices W ufacture Yery best material employed in tjheir man- Â¬ MornhiK and Night Trains SSiSnISniSflSfaarS1 OPENED A NEW The Stanford Journal announces that Dr Clifton Fowler our Cliff you know who used to live down here to Â¬ wards Boonesboro has n copper coin dated 1777 with the name and face nf King George thereon Nothing re Â¬ markable about that so far as we can see If the Doctor had King George with a copper face on him or a copper coin had the Doctor with King Georges face on him wed be satisfied Whalebone op Horn Hardware Store onWest Main Street They carry a general line of Nearly All the Leading Railroads SSDcnSoS TC2 You Will lailse Them if you see them because you cant help it ley Are Precisely flat Yon Want Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- Â¬ ware and especially our Decorated Din Â¬ ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive and other Staple Groceries Goods June2i t Hardware Tinware Stoves and Patented Feb 8 1387 Trarcl via- Queen and Crescent SStSSSSS - IJne ot the JOUNUUAULT -- ri The JefTersontown correspondent of the Bartlstown Record saysMr Buzzard keeps our toll gite Mrs Crowe teaches our white school Miss White teaches our colored school Mr Black Is working for Mr Jones Mr Gray keeps the lunatics Mr Gretn was killed onthe railroad Mr Black is boss on a section Jim Goose - Groceries 3 X wiujdViAuaixuin vLs We DUlld T2ACTI0N BONANZA THEZSHEE 1LJ-Z-J1 -- Guaranteed NEVEE to break HATEE STE01TSE Jt CO JUanfrtnxer 418 Bhrar FOR SALE BY Bamberger Bloom Co LOUISVILLE KY Tlioy have the newef t and bent soeds at the invest mid wilt sell ror jirlces In a practical tinner nf Mr Smith several years experience and he wil do nil kinds of tin work roofing mid repairing iu the best btyle tit lowest junt22 f rates tSJl YMpjsB5S r J lr3J wv7 I oArrttEmajw g Wrlto tor Free ROBINSON and PORTABLE ENGIHES of an cixsx Tto fcmoaa for wheat oatB aaiClOTST PCZ3 and aU seeds and grains Filuit i jiseata n ClrcrUai v zj coyY AtEBl Ymt fl JlfiV ifI ij TRIchmondHMLZirSf Indiana frnLjrj3sC lJZIilJ I ri J COFFEES SUGARS TEAS Ii 12 f BEST GHtTE5 OF also Canned - 6 G FRA1SGIS SHEEP HUSBANDRY Feeding Economies Thmt Can Jle Stadled With ConIOfrabXejrronu By and wool matters tiiore tal gpme anecestity for close economics ih sheop husbandry altogether now Never before have Ehcep moa pat nire system and oare ful study into the business than now It has been only this which has kept the business from wide spread aban doaiaent Not only have better sys- Â¬ tems of pasturage been practiced than were ever practiced before but straw is being utilised as a general ration for FACTS The FOR FARMERS 1 FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN REMARKABLE MEN Heren Individuals Kenowned on crnnntot Tlicli Arc Weight or Learning In tho Jowor part of Coffee County Ga livo3 Mr Stafford Davis a rclativo -- A PITH thin AND POtNT HOME AND FARM RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL thetlpreseop Peas loans ami bean haulm are fed asd some foreign Russian fodder plants have been lHtrodttced all of which promise to be real acquisitions to the sheep raiser A more general use has also been made of roots than formerly Beets rutabagas maRgel wurzels turÂ¬ nips and even potatoes ami carrots have been fed to sheep with marked benefit Brewers gains gluten from the glucose factories oil cake and meal have been found valu Â¬ able in connection with coarse ha- - and wheat straw which hitherto have been esteemed valueless alone or even in connection with com which has been looked upon in many regions as the Hatwal feed- - for all am mats as well as sheep Corn has been so cheap and so easily fed that wc have7 ssed it to real detriment In the Middle States the free use of com has been measurably lessened for breeding ewes A careful study of the question has convinced many of the bad econo Â¬ mies we have been practicing Hay was oeox considered to be net suffi Â¬ cient feed for wintering sheep They had to have grain and that grain had to be corn Now hay alone or hay and corn fodder are esteemed proper sufficient feed for a nock of store sheep and for breeding ewes as well until near the weaning time There are men who make a snecess of sheep raising who do not feed a ton of tame Bay to their sheep in a year Not because they think straw pea hay corn stalks with roots and some oats and wheat bran to be a far more suitable and economical feed From there methods have come more health vigor and profit than we know of under lhe old systems of feeding Blue grass jf4res which sheep have been the pride and aspiration of stockmen have been by some replaced by new seedings every two or three years of timothy red clover alsike red top and orchard grass as well as ether mixtures of grasses and clovers The use of old pastures has been aban Â¬ doned by man- - stockmen Soils are so different that what ma- - be so highly esteemed in one locality in another wise observing men reject There are differences in this direction that many will wonder at that never theess they plainly exist no animal relishes a variety and change of feed and pasturage as does sheep This has not been carefully considered as it should be and is now to a considerabls extent There are ailments with sheep the cause of which may be directly charged to our false ideas of care and feed We have all awakened to the conclusion that corn corn corn has caused the hog plague We have con Â¬ cluded that any one feed was wrong for hogs and men but never thought how nearly we keep sheep on the same system A blue grass pasture alone has been the perfect ideal of a summer sheep range We have known that the fcheep mill nip every weed briar bush green thing they come in contact with every day but we have failed to notice why It is the de-maud they feel for a change of feed On the range liock masters notice some days that sheep will insist upon taking one route from the corral and another day quite a different one that one day they will be determined to visit a certain water hole and another a far more distant but a different one The rea foh is plain to us that they know what they want and where it is Some days they go to the hills and some days to the level lands We call it a notion of theirs but when we think we know it is the desire for variety We can profit Â¬ ably study these matters There is much to learn of the habits and sani Â¬ tary needs of our sheep Cor Farm ed ad ad Troy Times The object of plowing corn in a dry season is not so mnch to kill tho weeds as to form a mulch of dry dirt that will condonse tho moisture in tho shape of dew and that will conserve to save the moisturo that comos up from the hiddon reservoirs below An exchange gives the following recipe for killing warts on cattle Take fresh butter unsalted add an equal amount of sharp vinegar sim- Â¬ mer together and apply with a brush h cloth or hand It will kill them so effectually that they will drop off in a few days Warts on cattle however large may be removod Dy this process without any iujury Oae man alone suggests the American Cultivator should havo the management of a bull and he must keep dose waoli of every movement never allowing the playfulness which a moment later may change to a fero-Â¬ cious attack Allowing men or boys to toase a bull is a suro way to make him cross and no animal is more dan- Â¬ gerous than a bull four or live yoars old that has unlearned his natural subjection to the authority of his own Â¬ er or master In spite of tho wasto corn fodder the American Cultvjtor thinks that growing corn and making pork from it comes nearer to making hog keeping pre8abi2 than any other plan It is the method by which nine tonths of the pork crop is now made and but for hog cholera would be about as safe a branch of farming as any ono could undertake Oj most small farms pork is a by product made from what would otherwise be wased and therefore to this extent profitable The time to pick duck feathers like fruit is when they are ripe This may be learned by catching two 01 three and pulling a few feathers here and there If they pull hard and the quills are fdled with a bloody fluid they are not ripe but if they pull easy and the quills are clear you know that it is the best time to pick Ducks may be picked four times a year Never pluck the long tuftt of coarse feathers on the sides that support tb SL Louis Repubioan wiugs There are two main sources of trouble in feedinj calvos The first is in allowing thein to gorge themselves while sucking the mother The calf has no judgment and will suck until it can swallow no more This overtasks the stomach and brings on scours In her wild state tho cow would not give enough milk to injure the calf but in her domesticated condition she pours out two or three gallons It is there- Â¬ fore best not to let the calf suck all it will but just enough to comfortably fill the stomach and roui d out but not pod out its sides Tho stomach filled three or four t rnos a day is sufficient SL Louis Republican way to make tho poultry Homospun costumes usually havo a YirteTnrwa -- v niir to tr nnwifnl of hussar braid L r liHfritM inan- decoration from tho top to and buttons tena or ooyour woiKwyoarsclL J119 extending the edge of latlor plan is best the skirt Ono robbia In ji cherry tree or a Habit will cause a horse to lot its grapevine wiU do morojflamago than a tonguo hang out of its mouth So will crow would in a field in tho same sharp teeth or a harsh bit Almost time always for the last reasons Charcoal has an important cleans Whon farm horses can havo tho ing influonce on the fowls system and run of pastures a fortnight it is restful is especially valuable when fed to tho to tako off their shoes that their laying hens during tho winter cramped hoofs may havo timo to ex-Â¬ Good clover hay is always consid- Â¬ pand Elmira Husbandman ered as equal to any other It is tho Almost the surest way to spoil i standard by which all othor grassos spirited horse is to urge him by fre-Â¬ are compared and no farm is fully quent tap3 or words until ho finds that supplied for the winter that has not ho can never satisfy his driver then ho had a crop of clover grown upon it will alwajs remain a slow poke i cn Â¬ No Nollio a stirrup is not what they uso to beat eggs with but to ride horsoback Dansville Breeze Let tho weather alono if you want it to lot you alono Tho hottest man in tho town is the ono who goes about with a fan asking overy body if it is hot enough and appearing to havo charge ofHho weather A O Picayune The following notice was soon last summor near a colored mans melon pateh down in Kentucky Millions for sale both water and mush Culled Harper s Bazar PROFIT IN DUCKS cmd Fireside i ht TMi PrefcHable lrult Laud best adapted to currant cul- Â¬ ture is a rich alluvial soil with a subsoil of clay The land should not be wet but level or slightly rolling The currant k a great feeder and one need not fear of making the land too rich The ground should be deeply ptowed and thoroughly pulverized and marked off into rows five and one half ieet apart each way To a novice this may seem an extravagant distance apart hut it is not and even six feet w ould be better than a less distance They need to be far enough apart to allow the use of hot re and cultivator Â¬ CURRANT CULTIVATION The lixperieaee or a Successful Grower of freely between them Secure well ronted plants of one years growth Never set out on any condition cur-Â¬ rants grapes or any other plant grown from euttittgg more than a year Old The old Red Dutch or cherry cur-Â¬ rant will give good satisfaction but the lied Dutch is the most prolific These plaute can be procured of any t stablUbed nurseryman at prices rang ing from 250 to 5 a hundred depending on quantity After planting keep well cultivated and perfectly clean let no weeds grass or clover be allowed to grow among them After the leaves have fallen and jnst before winter sets in put two large furkfulls of well rotted manure around each plant On the third year from planting a small crop will be secured and on the fifth year a fall crop of about thirty or forty bushels to one thousand bushes If the ground has a warm exposure the early ripened fruit will bring a good price and should be pent to market in quart boxes same as strawberries but this fruit should never be hurried to market as it may remain on the bushes for several weeks without injury When the price is low wait till the market is bare of the fruit when u can always get a good price from three to five dollars a bushel The fruit last season from my cumin patch of one thousand bushes realized about fire dollars a bushel Theiruit of the currant is a staple article and I have nevor seen the market well sup-Â¬ ot Receive the Attention It Desen es Ducks have more valuable quality in them than most farmors credit them with and are not raised as ex Â¬ tensively as their importance desorves Farmers who have at hand all the facilities for raising ducks and neg- Â¬ lect to take advantage of it are cer- Â¬ tainly not alive to their own intorosts for there is no variety of domestic poultry that is more hardy matures quicker or is loss liable to disease than the improved varieties of thorÂ¬ oughbred ducks They are excellent foragors and if they have free range over pastures and a good pond to swim in they will pick up a full supply of food during the spring and summer and will not require any food at that time They will greedily devour all kinds of in Â¬ sects aud will oat a great amount of refuse that could not possibly be used to advantage in any other way They are quite valuable to raise for market purposes as they mature quick Â¬ ly and lay on flesh fully as quick as any other domestic fowL One thing that is very advantageous in their favor is that they are almost entirely free from disease and disorders in genoral Tho many diseases that are so common among poultry are almost unknown to ducks and for this reason they are specially adapted to extensive cult- Â¬ ure and can be raised in large num- Â¬ bers to much better profit than common fowls can As a table fowl they are first class and when in good condition for mar ket always oommand high pricos and are readily sold and it will not be long until they aro much more ex Â¬ tensively raised and this increase in their culture will progress as last as their valuable qualities become bettor known Some claim that for laying capabili ties they are superior to chickens but experience in genoral will hardlj justify this fact However their eggs are always large and aro oxcollent for cooking purposes though pot quite so palatable for table use Farm Field and Stockman Â¬ A Domestic roivl Thai Does Husbandman Of the hundreds of leaks on every farm few if any says an exchange are more damaging than a leaky stable floor bonoath which thoro is no cellar Tho floor should bo tight with some kind of absorbont on it to tako up and hold tho liquid manure Christian at Work A report is given in the Rural Press of the case of a cow which died aftor eating oleander Tho cow got into a front yard whoro tho oleander was growing It is stated that tho prussic acid in the oloandor was tho cause of the doath of the cow All kinds of honey plants aro not favorable to all locations Tho bass wood will not grow whoro it is wet and marshy In such places willow golden rod and Spanish ncodlos grow abundantly and in such localities boos may have very little surplus in the early part of the season while in autumn they will have every cell filled with the most delicious honey In- Â¬ dianapolis Journal The poultorer who is building a new fowl house need not face it to the wost for fear the hot sun of summer may make the building too warm for tho comfort of the fowls In tho win- Â¬ ter hens can not have too much snn and wc can oasily provide shade some way or other in summor A fow small trees or bushes in and around the yards give shade and scratching room all that is necessary Fronch Pancakes Beat together till smooth six oggs and half a pound of flour Melt four ounces of butter and add it to the batter with ono ounce of sugar and half a pint of milk and bent till smooth Put by the tabe spoonful into a hot frying pan slight- Â¬ ly greased running the baltor ovonly over the surface of the pan Pry tho pancake a light brown spread with jelly roll it up and sorve hot Farm Field and Stockman Young pigs should genorally be left unringed What rooting they do will be more benolicial than otherwise Old sometimes hogs develop a taste for the bark of apple roots and may do damage They will certainly injure the trees by throwing up hog wallows alternately with ridges covering some roots too deeply ami leaving s mie cxjiosed to freezing or to be drenched by water settling in die hollows N Y Herald Newly planted trees often suffer apparently for want of wator when really then is much moisture in the soil This usually comes from the earth not having beon packed in tightly about the roots at planting Hence a good plan in such cases is to pound the carh with a heavy rammer around the tree After this practice it will be noted often that the earth looks quite damp in the morning whoro it seemed hard and dry before This is simply tlie pulverizing of the soil so much insisted on by gardonors of the old school IT Y Observer How to tell a horses ago At two yoars old colt sheds two centor nip Â¬ pers at three years old colt she Js tho adjoining teeth at four years old colt sheds outer or corner teeth at five years old bridle tooth is up and six years cups leave two center teeth be- Â¬ low at seven years old cups leave ad- Â¬ joining teeth at eight years old cups leave outer or oorner teeth at nine years old enps leave two center nip- Â¬ pers above at ten years old cupsleave adjoining teeth at eleven years old cups leave corner upper teeth at twelve years or past groove in inside of the bridle tootn disappears in horse Marcs very seldom have thom Whon they do no criterion to be guided by Boston Globe a sh Tho answer seems an easy one Thero is always moro or less bustlo about a city Besides a city has outskirts and a ho could not tin dor any circumstances have skirts of any kind Tho coat smells a little musty Isaacstein said tho customer throw- Â¬ ing it down I no sch moll dot trifle musty argued Mr Lsiacstein earn- Â¬ estly und my noso vas twice so big as yours facetious Exchange You asked ino to bring you a littlo pin money said a young husband to his wife Yes dear said the lady Well to save you tho expectantly fatigue of going out in this hot weather I have broughtyousomc pins instead N Y Sun A storn old orthodox clergyman when passing a fashionable church on which a new spire was being erected was asked how much higher he thought it was going to be Not much high- Â¬ er he said they dont own very far in that direction N Y Ledger Mamma where do tho cows get the milk asked Willie looking up from tho foaming pan of milk which ho had been intently regarding Where do you got your tears was tho an swor Aftor a thoughtful silence ho again broke out Mamma do the cows havo to b3 spanked Western Jt has boon asked why a city is AgriadturisL Pjari to me said Undo Pete as he leaned his 1ioj against the corn crib and extracted a pebblo from his shoo pears to me liko dar was some kind of inisdccomposishum in all dis talk about babies cuttin tecf Do way Ise cum to loofc at it hits do teef cuttin the baby Loaswisc dats de way hit looks in de case of cullud chilon Exchange Tho editor of the London Post wears lilac kid gloves through every dinner to which ho is invited Ho is rather tony but f rgonuino three ply eightccn carat style the English people are teierrcd to the Dakota editor who wears a six shooter a bowie knife and no necktie through every dinner to which he is invited as well as to somo to which ho is not invited Norris town Herald The editor of the Oirson Lariat remarks in a striking e litorial para- Â¬ graph If Tod Bunker dont keep Iiis sow and shoats from under our office he is going to lose some pork In the midst of profound speculations on IvirojHiiin affairi and lha probablo hereafter of the heathen how refresh- Â¬ ing is such a breezy commonplace homelike editorial utterance as this Burlington Free Pras Kping Himself Before the Public No said a young man to tho theater tickot sellor I dont want an nd scat I want one in the middle of the row I usually go out two or three times during tho performance and half the pleasure I got at the theater is in the sensation I make in pnssing in and out you kuow If a fellow had an end seat ho might go out and come in a dozen times and nobody would notice him So no end scat for mc X Y Ledger No doubtyou have heard said the car conductor of tho man who always gots into a car with a bill and as it could not bo changed for his fare rode scot free A certain aged creature played tho game on mo for five consecutive mornings In or-Â¬ der to get even with him I filled a small tin pail with nino dollars and ninety five cents in pennies and five cent pieces Tho next timo he offered mo the ten dollar bill I dumped the contents of the pail into his hat Woro square now I said to him Quito so was the reply But when I turned tho tcu dollars into tho office it was pronounced counterfeit and L for my smartness was thafc much out of pocket Philadelphia 2etr3 -ten-doll- ar CARE OF CATTLE How LlTe Stock Owner Can siderable Ixiss rrevent Con- Â¬ say further that in regard to procuring bushes for planting that if one is in no hurry about securing 3 crop he can procure good plants by planting the cuttings in a warm sandy soil well manured in shallow trenches or furrows at an angle of about forty degrees Ioaving out only the terminal bud The rows should be two feet I might apart and the cuttings planted ten inches apart in the row Tue ground should be well mulched betweon the rows The cuttings should be about eight inehes long At M Frisselle in Country Gentleman m -- What may bo To the question added to fish and potash to make it a more complete fertilizer for rye which has suffered for want of stiffness in tho straw Prof S W Johnson answers Try lime in some form oyster shell screenings or cheap lime of any kind Twenty fcr thirty bushels to the acre may be used Old wall plaster or com mon mertar crushed or leached afhos which are mostly carbonate of Time J - as weu arm- u ana wouia-ao Â¬ fiioebman How many stock raisers aro there who can not recall at tho end of eacr i year whore they have mot with mon or loss loss that can bo traced to caro lessnoss on their part It would sur- Â¬ prise many a man if ho would make a carefnl estimate of such cases to see what he might have saved by proper attention and the use of good judg Â¬ ment There Is a largo sum wasted in this way that is to be charged directly to neglect A jcow is soon to calve and instead of providing comfortable quarters for her where she can be watched and assistance rendered if necessary she is left to calve in the field porhaps surrounded by other cattle or in a yard where tho calf is liablo to injury by getting Into some mud hole The calf may be weak and require some special atten Â¬ tion at the start in order to save it the cow may not clean properly or may require the best of caro to prevent milk fever Neglect under such cir- Â¬ cumstances results in tho losa of either cow or calf or perhaps both while due attention would prevent this Per- Â¬ haps the fences are not kept in repair and tho cattle get into the grain fields not ouly damaging tho crop but gorg ing thomselves with the result that some of them die A little timo and watchfulness would have prevented this The same Jiiay be said of many injuries the cattle receive during the year they might havo been easily or winter repository and in tiering prevented by tho attention which them up ono above another it Is better every man should givo if he expects tc that they rest on a rack prepared for bo successful National Live Slock the hivo rather than one upon another Journal Boston Globe Â¬ BEES IN WINTER Preparations to he Made at the Close ot the Honey Gathering Season Beos bogiu to make preparations for winter somewhat earlior than is gen- Â¬ erally supposed In preparing for wintor as indeed in all other matters pertaining to boekeeping apiarians ouht to adopt methods of manage Â¬ ment as nearly as possible in agree- Â¬ ment with the instinct and habits of the bee In a report recently issued by the Department of Agriculture on the observations and experiments un- Â¬ der the direction of the entomologist occur some notes of instruction on this subject It has been found a good practice to widon tho spaces between the comb frames near the closo of tho honey gathering season in order that the beos may by elongating the cells place a large share of the winter stores above the cluster Whon bees build their own combs after their own dssign as in box hivos spaces are left between wide enough to admit of elongating the colls in order that a largo sharo of the wintor storos may be placed in the top of tho hive easily accessible in the sevorest weather As soon as tho storing of surplus honey is dono the condition of every colony should be examined tho amount and character of tho winter food ascertained the number of comb frames and tho size of the apartment shouldvbe determined by and adapted to tho wants of each colony After the Fupply of wintor stores has been equalized among all tho colonies if the supply is insufficient feeding should be dono before the advonT of cold nights Beosexpected to perform tho func- Â¬ tion or hibernation should not bo too old nor ct too young Both qucon and worker beos ought to bo in full physical vigor The hoes constituting the colony whon placed in winter quarters should be such as aro hatch- Â¬ ed after tho midsummer working sea- Â¬ son Is past and before tho bees cease flying freely in the fall Towards tho closa of tho working season tho workers instinctivoly cease s imulatingtho qucon to oviproduction gradually tho bees cease flying and the cluster is formed for tho winter After the cluster is formed the colony should remain undisturbed If tho bees aro to be packed in the summer tand tho work must bo done with caro and without disturbing tho bees and before the temperature of night reaches the freezing point If tho bees aro to be placid in a clamp or in a colar or winter repository great caro should bo taken not to disturb tho cluster whon the hives aro removed from tho summer stand Woolen quilts or wooo 1 blankets are tho best coverings for wnter Wool prevents tho radia- Â¬ tion of heat and permits the escape of moisture thus securing warmth and dryness Hives should bo set eighteen inches above the bottom of the cellar HILARITY An derated Individuals Solicitude for Ills FuU MOONLIGHT A very worthy citizen whosj greatest fault is that he will treat his friends and allow them to treat him in re-Â¬ turn was looking for his home in tho neighborhood of Cass avenue and Henry street tho other evening about midnight Tho electric lights were shining and so was tho moon in a cloudless sky Tho elevated individual saw his shadow at full length on the sidewalk and halted Bringing his mo al tipped cane down with great force ho cxclvimed Go home shamed of youself Youre full flamed if you aint G homo D nt stan there up tho side Â¬ walk Ghorae Then he broke out into a snatch of song and windows went up and heads were put out to listen Roll on roll on s ilvormoon s s ilver mon guidetho traveler son s way whilst nightin Â¬ gales sing in time G home I tell you Plico Ml take you in My wifes waitin for me else of of course ole fol rd take you roll on silver moon Tho last that was seen of him ho was leaning affectionately on tho arm of a policeman saying with great solem- Â¬ nity friend anJ- - dont you Im forgot it You take th th that other fel li lioaie hos had t much De- Â¬ troit Free Press A Novelty in Railroads teusth Shadow It is a fact not generally known romarkel a railway official at tho Pa- Â¬ cific that Illinois can boast of a novolty in the shape of a railroad which has no duplicate in the United Stites Whats that asked a listener A road whose stock is held by the original incorporators1Nothing of the kind replied the first speaker The novelty is a rail- Â¬ road whoso side tracks aro nino or ten times greator in length Jtfian the main line Whero is such a road The Peoria and Pokiti Union It runs fromPeoria to Pekiu a distance of ten miles That is tho main line Being a belt road caring for tho cars of the several roads running into Peoria and transferring tho cars from one road to another it has many miles of sale track over one hundred ljielieve This accounts for tho pscul iarity of a road having moro milc3 of side track than it has in its main line Cliicago Journal - -- According to the Schenectady Union a handsome thoroughbred bulldog owned by Charles Vandorveer was roaming about the H Idorbergs near tho civrWco with a party of his masters frionds As tho crevice is a precipice ono hundred and seventy five feet high and the parly arrived at its top started to descend by a circui- Â¬ tous route The doj wandered to tho edge of tho preciplci and seeing an air line took it When his master reached tho bottom ho found this reÂ¬ doubtable canine licking ono of hii lega which seemed to bother hra The religious sects in England and E womalfl vIlt7jjeyor put any Wales now number 280 in lier pocKek thatshq can lioTd In her nitjuth Vudge over Yalo University roeeived 300000 in gifts and bequests last year When a - man is twonty fivo ho of the ex President of tho Southern Dr E Cravens Newark congreÂ¬ Confederacy who is now 108 years old J knows something whon ho is forty gation recently gave him a purse of Ho served through tho war of 1812 and five ho wishes ho knew something J AND 3300 as a token of esteem tho Mexican war but never received a Boston Courier Among the Zulus young people pension for his services and has never The best teachers are those who j asked for one When twenty nino years fight and get mirriod Hero thoy learn some thing new thomselves evory j I of ago ho married all ss Lot and now get married aud fight Texas Sili- Â¬ day and are not ashamed to own it Is prepared to do all kinds of has children grandchildren and great-Â¬ ngs Mury Curran of the junior class My motto is Live and let live to tho lumber of 275 grandchildren Dickinson College has won a gold BUILDING AND CONTRACT In 1872 his wifo died after sixty yoars said the soldior as ho turned his back medal for oratory over all bar bose WORK of married life and recontly ho led to to the enemv and fled from tho battlevoiced competitors the altar a blushing bride of fifty sum- Â¬ field Gods laws were never designed to AT THE MOST mers Mr Davis has beon strong and A Hudson young man has beon be like cobwebs which catch the littlo hearty until this year but is now quite arrested for pure laziness and being flics but suffer the large ones to break feeble a drag upon Tiis father Kingston through Matthew Henry Washington County Pu has a vetÂ¬ Freeman The success of sainthood is tho eran of three wars in Isham White Yes said Fogg as a success I He n a success attuned by struggle and suf- Â¬ ami in I Ire best manner who says that ho was born in Southern havo always been a failure but as a fering and achieved by faith a success thoroughly educated Carpenter Georgia in 177G He was ono of those failuro I havo ben an unqualified suc- Â¬ of honor of clean hands and pure and builder ami tliose contempt who fought behind the cotton bales un- Â¬ cess Accident New heart of service to man and glory to ing building will do well to - ire der General Jackson at New Orleans Tho mouth is the window to the God Bishop Hcanr an estimate from him and thinks it was a bullet from his intellect - Whitehall Times The A How did you begin the day musket that killed Goneral Packcn Office at his residence on IJalhe trouble is however that too many men day begun witli God not likely to ham the commander of the British are all window end with tho world and the devil Al Â¬ Irvine Street forces on that occasion He served Scene Grammar class Dialogue Julj22 tf ways begin each day with prayer if against the Indians in Florida in 1838 betweon teacher and Johnnie Teach- Â¬ you would not have its sun set in dark Â¬ and was a volunteer under General er What is the future of he drinks Indianapolis Journal ness Winfield Scott in Mexico His love for He is drunk D We need to learn the lesson that Old Hickory amounts almost to rev- Â¬ Johnnie When we realizo with what celerity this life is given us only that wc may erence and he says that he votes for -a goat can separate a man from his sur-Â¬ attain to eternal life For lack of DEALER IN FINE- him at every Presidential election roundings it is difficult to understand remombering this we fix our affections One of the largest men of modern on the things of this fleeting workl times was Simuel Murfit who died in why but should be called a conjunc- Â¬ and when the time comes that we must England a few wseks ago He was six tion Yonkers Garclti quit it wc arc aghast and terrified An advertiser offers for sale a foot ono inch high and weighed 560 Fuller The public lounga hair picker pounds The girth of his waist was ten nearly It is in vain to imagine that the it would liko to know whether it will also feet and conception of the Bible which satisfied took a twenty inches long to pick hairs off tha shoulders of a coat Burlington Free Press men centuries ago will continue un- Â¬ encompass the calf of his leg No modified in tho light of modern pro hearse could be found largo enough to There aro a good many married No vote of aH gross and discovery carry his body and it took twenty men mon in this world who know all about to lift tho coffin through the window to what a modol wife should be but who ecclesiastical assembly will have the c Ho was a native of havo very hazy ideas about tho compo- Â¬ an open wagon slightest influence upon the final Wimblington Cambridgeshire and was nent elements of a model husband verdict Prof Fisher Street RichmondKy fifty five years old The late Assembly of the Free Has Nature Struck jun22 tf John Tipton a sexagenarian resdent An honest man is Natures noblest work Church of Scotland launched a Jubi- Â¬ Once seen few hope aaln to see his like of Elmos has just begun the study of lee Debt Extinction Scheme to In fact their scarcity makes somo folks say Greek His life has been one of inces- Â¬ pay debts on weak and straggling That Nature must be out upon a strike sant toil on a farm with scant oppor- Â¬ churches It is proposed to raise 50 Silings tunities for study but every tear he 000 for this purpose ami already the A Cliicago man has spent 10000 put aside a small sum out of his earn- Â¬ in fitting up his sitting rxnm and one fifth of this sum has been sub- Â¬ ings and thinks he has now enough to when his sons get old enough it is scribed Unttetl Presbyterian keep him in comfort for the rest of his probable that they will prefer to spend Of the total 405 graduates from days Ho never wont to school in his half the night in the boys club rooni Franklin College New Athens there boyhood and did not learn to read and containing a couplo of scventy-fivc-cehave been 251 ministers of the gospel write until well on in life 3 United States Senators 2 Governors card tables broken Uncle Elijah Belflower of Dawson 22 legislators 7 judges 9 college pres- Â¬ back chiirs aud a Gu failed to attend a recent meeting half stove Norristown Herald idents and so on for distinction and of the Masonic lodge and the members that reliable old institution is better M imma coaxingly Come Rob were so surprised at his abscence that equipped now for making great men by taka your medicine now and then a committee was sent out to see if he than ever before Guernsey Times into bed thats a good little was ill This was the second time in jump boy Ribby The Gospel in All Lands in sum- Â¬ I dont want to take forty cightyears that Mr Bdflower had L any medicine ma Father who ming up a series of articles on China misseda meeting knows how to govern children gives some interesting statistics on the Tho biggest man in Congress is Rep- Â¬ Itbby if you dont take your medi- Â¬ condition of the work in that vast em- Â¬ resentative George T Birnes of Au- Â¬ bo to bed pire Thirty eight Protestant societies gusta Ga H3 tips tho beam at a trifle cine at once you will all putChicago without taking it at have missionaries there aggregating over three hundred pounds and is ono Trilune in number 925 of whom more than half of the most popular mon of tho State A traveling theatrical company of arc women Native helpers ordained His constituency is proud of him and seven members can convert thomselves and unordaincd to the number of 1 he will probably remain in Congress as 488 assist in the work and the- - com- Â¬ into seventeen diff ront persons on long as he wants to GENESIS OF THE HORSE Wnich is no more municants registered are 28506 This Perhaps the smallest man of his ago tho programme Sciatica Centre- Scratch now living is Jamo3 Hoag of Cedar remarkable than the fict that the vil- Â¬ An English Scientists Comments on the summary is brought down to the close Lumbago MnSprain lain who is shot full of holes and dies of 1886 Prehistoric Eqnlne Species Bfcetusatks Springs Mich He was born in 1815 Strains Ercptic An English naturalist writing upon It is related of President Felton of Burns SntehM Hocf A and was ono of the smallest babies in terrible agony appears five minutes later as his owi soi Draees Travel- Â¬ the horse of Great Britain traces the Harvard University whose deficiency SeaMs Scr 7 EtiffMmts known weighing only nino ounces c Baekach ancestry of the present species back in the spelling of English was known Stings He now woighs but seventy six pounds ers Magazine Galls Sim tho Fashionablos Mr Among beyond the historic aje and as to spe- Â¬ that coming into tire University Press Bite9 and is only forty five inches in hoight Sores Swell who has rentod a fashionablo cies now extinct refers to species hav Â¬ one morning to revise some of his proof Brna s Chicago News Bt aiaat Spans Wc neednt bo ing more than one hoof to each limb sheets he couhl not help noticing the Cents apartment honse Crack CONVENIENT CRATES ashamed of this my dear Mrs The samo is true of Amorica Fossil many changes that hail been made from THIS GOOD OLD STAND 3 No in leed it is perfectly diminutive horses have been found the orthography of his manuscript in Swell Directions for JIaknr One llmhol Boxes ftecoiapMalmforverybotlygxaciy w a for Corn aud Fotatoes lovely and suah a fashionablo lo Â¬ with four hoofs or toos like those of the printed matter Though somewhat forte Osrot toe tlK git pp I For economy of labor in tho heavy cality Mr Swell Thats tho cattle In relation to these prehistorio taken aback he did not lie never dkl the Xuatxt thTtB te fooadlnl unn Uauarat work of harvesting and gathering corn beauty of it And now my doar if horses in Great Britain our authority applicability BerybodjJiirhai lose his good nature but looking up The LnmbcriHRHWWJsIt icueofar i ears and potatoes one bushol crates aro you will send Perkin3 out for a loaf of says to a group of compositors he said The IlQaoewifeaemsit fonwneralam very useful Cut J inch boards 12 bread and a half pound of butter we Never mind young men I may be Far back before the age of man TheCaBalcrncedilttorhisteiu inches wide and 12 feet long into 10 will havo something to eat Ni 0 It alwajs 01 there lived upon the earth a species o lacking in the vernacular but ah I Tho 3IoeliaBic Be 1 pieces 11 inchos long beaea inches wide Tunes Democrat the horse family loog ago extinct have the advantage over you in Greek Tito 31inerniultBc eof r mttf j inch battens arc cut into strips 17J Worcester Spy This horse was a littlo larger than a The IloHeernoodtlt oatgt along LORD JENKINS CURSE inches long those aro nailed to the sheep and some say not larger than a The Farmer ncoifa K Ik t koas ll 1 endboards with 8 nails at sidos and A Tonchln- - Tale or Triile Paulon and Ulti- Â¬ terrier dog Those littlo horses as far and his stock ymnt WIT AND WISDOM The Steamboat maa or the RaiHi bottom so as to form a crate spaces mate Repentance as we kuow from tho fossil remains There is one tie up that every body It la liberal Mppiraaoataadatiaorv of 1 inches are left betweon tho strips CHAPTER L were the beginning of the horse tribe The IIore faiwicr BMd It t U two 1 J inch holes are bored in each Mirry Bjrnado Griggs My daugh- Â¬ They had every outline of horses and can approve of and that is marriage frtead and tafet reliance H It will end about 5 inches apart and the ter a Jenkins unite herself to a pen- Â¬ tho anatomy also with the exception Boston Post Tie SMoek crower Genteel poverty is a pitiable thing taottsandsof dullarsaada wortuf tmuM wood between these is cut away to niless low born professional spring that the feet were the most peculiar Tho Ratiroiilmnnsweilsitaatiw li make loles for lifting by I nail a short poet Well I guoss not Instead of having ono hoof on each but it is less pitiable than genteel toBgasBftsltfalsaroaadof ac Uents- - J slovenliness ic strip over the hole and bevel the under Tbei Tho spoaker was Lorl G W Jon The naekToicl4Uiau leg as our modern horse this dimin- Â¬ edge to make a good hold A strip is kins Ho was tho last of his race and utive pony was the possessor of four Do not wait for extraordinary op-Â¬ 1st- - Ike Hasas aatfctote for tbt dangers Burrow nil ub aad comfort waieafdj Kakmtt the tuninailed across each end of tho top of the he looked it making sixteen hoofs in all As the portunities for good actions but make Btsstor Tho Merchant n box so that when tho filled boxes rest Geelhe use of common situations Say not so fathor moaned the horse developed hb eaployeej AecMasts wt hapara those hoofs or these come the MastaBgLlalnnat fctwaar upon each other there is an air fair you ig girl who knelt at his feet speaking more correctly these toes To prevent your house from being Keep space between them Tho boxes aro Yes I will say so aid Til stick to all disappeared leaving our modern burglarized leave a big watermelon on eeonesy a Battle lathe lloute Tnl 15- - inches long 14 wido and 12 deep KeepnBotllela tbeFacterr it too This has bioa a bad year for horse to walk upon the end of one toe the back porch Macon Telegraph inside measure quite a convenient spring poetry and I notice that Griggs Half tho trouble of every com- Â¬ cse la ease of aeehlant saves pala aa4 fcj In order to clearly understand tho Keep a Bottle Alwnja Ik Ifie size and hold 2751 cubic inches and is wearing his last sam nors hat manner of the gradual disappearance munity conies from the fact that so nso Trhen wancrt as 2750 cubic inches make a heaped Now see here I wont accept any w of these toes a littlo anatomy may bo many people havo no capacity to keep jiiie22tf bushel these aro bushel measures whos2 incomo doe3 not equal tolerated Sartinr with the hand of a their mouths shut Dr Tatmages Two of them will lit lengthwise across mine and you know my estates bring man as a standard the thumb which Sermon a 36 inch wagon oox 24 boxes will fit mo in big money Find such a man is really a finger the index is called When a young man into a 14 foot box and two tiers may and I will waive the question of birth the second the next third fourth and first evidence of hair on hisdetects the uppor lip be loaded by using a top sideboard 48 and let him marry yon fifth It has been observed that when he feels elevated when in reality it is bushels will make a load E ich Box I can not give up Bernado wailed this order is in any way interfered with sort of a coming down Yonkers has nearly 5J feet of lumber 100 boxes tho girl the first to disappear is the thumb or Statesman require 20 boards or 240 feet and 200 Then thundered Lord Jenkins tho first finger This is noticed in dogs The most cautious man we ever battens or 300 feet costing from 4 to toko him and take also my curse The dew claw is tho first finger or knew was tho one who was afraid to 19 and thus tho cost of each box is With a shriek tho unhappy girl fell thumb So it was with tho little buy a lead pencil for fear the lead did from 5 to 12 cents unconscious to tho floor while Lord horses No remains can bo found pos- Â¬ not reach clear through it Arkansaw Tho stuff may bo cut out by ono man Jenkins smiling sardonically strode sessing tho first linger The earliest Traveler and the crates put together by another from the room had tho second third fourth and Dr Carver the famous sharp man in one day I put up 100 in less fifth toes present all of which reached shooter has broken his record CHAPTER H We 10 hours and cut out tho stuff in than A year has passed Lord Jenkins is the ground and were usable These 8 hours tho day before The potatoes seated in his library Fir a twelve- Â¬ toes all disappeared until none was thought if he kept on shooting at balls he would break some-Â¬ glass arc picked sorted at the same time month he hart not seen his daughter left except tho third on which tho thing after awhile Bloomington Eye into the boxes loaded and carried into for on the night after receiving his horse of the present day walks The Sally said a fellow to a girl the root house or cellar a row of curse she eloped with tho spring poet one just preceding our modern horse who had red hair keep away from them full is set up 4 or 5 feet from Suddenly tho door flung open and had three toes the second third and me or youll set me on fire No the side of the cellar and an- Â¬ an elegently attired man enters fourth but the outside ones did not danger of that replied the girl you other tho same dist inco apart You here Bjrnado Griggs cries reach tho ground and accordingly were are too Detroit Free and thus ono may make tho Lord Jenkings springing to his feet not usable They were up a little Press green to burn bins for the bulk of the crop tho Just so responded the new comer distance on the log like tho hoofs of a I have been spaces in tho boxes forming ventilators looking over I am bore to ask you to remove that deer and only remain on our modern newspaper one of just most solemn a tho for the circulation of air Ii market- Â¬ curse from my wifvJ It has occasioned and horso in what is known as splint bones ing the tubers tho boxes serve tho same her no end of inconvenience and an- Â¬ It occasionally happens that horses painful studies in the world if it be useful purpose saving much handling noyance as well as other animals will breed read thoughtfully So much of sin and avoiding injury by tho common chuckles the back and a monstrosity a3 it appears and so much of suffering in the world SoLshould imagine uso of a shovel for this work In nobleman Well that curse stays to us will bo the result In England as aro thero displayed and no one harvesting corn the cars arc husked right whoro it is so we may as well some time ago a horso was born which seems able to remedy cither Dr Ar into the boxes and loaded and emptied drop the subject Hows poetry had two hoofs on each foot and was nold into the crib It is easy to know pre-Â¬ We have certain work to do for I am no longer in the spring poetry carried about the country as a curiosity cisely tho yield of the crops by the use business replies Bernado Grigcs I It was a reference or index of what our needs and that is to be done stren- Â¬ Is prepared t supply his customers of these boxes and how much is put have struck something with the best And 6ort of feot the species onco hail Just uously other work to do for our de Â¬ away into tho roothouso or tho corn now wo will return to the curse You why they weio at first in possession of light and that is to bo done heartily crib When corn is cut up in shocks will remove it and receive me as your such feet is a matter of conjecture It neither is it to be done by halves 01 pIx of 7x7 or 49 hills each and each shock for my income is now about may have been because the ground was shifts but with a will and what is not yields a bushel box of cars the crop is double youri soft and marshy and the exra feet worth this effort is not to be done at hfty bushels per acre It two shocks Why what aro you doingasked gave moro surface for resistance all Rusiin give three boxes the yield is 75 bush- Â¬ tho amazod nobleman What is with the treasure nust Aro you and as the earth grew firmer els as 49 is very nearly a hundredth ol pitcher for a baso ball club no necessity existed for s manv too faro as the treasure the heart which 4840 tho number of hills at 3x3 feet to No your lordship I am running a so that by disuse they began to dissap haunts the troasure honso where tho AT THE LOWEST PRICES an acre and a heaped bushel of ears is fashionable summer hotel jiwe22tf pear Witli the modifications of tho moth and rust corrupt will be exposed about equal to a half bushel of corn Come to my arms my boy cried thevtoet the horso increased in weight to the same ravages as the treasure Cor 2T Y Tribune Lord Jenkins with deep feeling and strength getting ready to help will itself be rusted and mcth eaten Consider the enrse as off and bring man bear his burdens and progress in Many a man many a woman fair and T H EATIONS WEALT H your wife round to tea Wo will never the lino of civilization As it increas flourishing to sec is goingabout with a The Share of Kach Person In the Country part Tid Biti again ed in size through mans interference rusty moth caton heart Ma donald a Little More Than S350 and culture it also increased in mon -- Tho Changos Wrought by Time Tho census report of 1889 places the HE FLED IN HASTE tal capacity nntil one of the most in- Â¬ rre whirligig or Uma cloth bring total of tho National wealth at 43 Surprising changes It is true IIow a Tactless Stranger Llbolert a Most telligent docile useful creatures ever 642000000 Of this amount 10 197 One day a man U fait of Joy I have jttt opened a New Bar Room Interesting Family givou by the Supreme Baing to man is 009000 aro crcditol to tho farms 9 The next hos mishtyWue on First Street Fine I camo in hero a few weeks ago the animal almost human the horse 881000009 to residences and business The Ice man now in carriage rides said a stranger to the proprietor of a Farm Field and Sloclman His style all other efforts mocks real estate 5535003090 to railroads The haughty coal man now employs to buy and their equipments 5009000000 place on Michigan avenue A horse car or he walks to household furniture books pictures some candy and a cross eyed woman Keep But One Kind Wathlnglon Critic and tho like 2000000000 to live Â¬ with a stuck up nose The hot weather of last week left That woman sir was my wifo No one but a fancier should keep its impression upon stock 6000000000 to agricultural the little boy who replied tho proprietor as ho moved several breeds of fowls Let tho farm- Â¬ products remaining over and 2000 wrote to his mother as follows Dear along tho counter er choose that breed which gives him Ma 000000 to churches school houses pub-Â¬ Its hot as fire here My 10 cent Ah Excuso me But there was a tho most pleasure to caro for and as a lic buildings and institutions of ono piece melted yesterday So thats hot kind and another There was also a girl here She was a tall slab sided ruie 1110 money roce veil goos far to- Â¬ aint it Please sond mo a dollar so it on young woman with red hair and had ward that cud The bree Is that aro wont melt Been in considerable miscellaneous list swimming nine- Â¬ CALL AND SEE ME exhibited in tho largest numbers and It may bo said that tho accuracy of freckles all over teen times to day We get bully ice- Â¬ Thatr was my daughter sir and in accorlanee with tho popular do the cstimato has been disputed by offi- Â¬ -cream here for 1 cent a glass Dont how daro you talk that way mands are Light Brahmas Wj andottes cers of the Bureau of Statistics Mr The Epoch forget the dollar Oh it was Beg your pardon sir and Plymouth iune22tf Rocks Hill especially holding that tho osti with an beg a dozen pardons The boy that increasing mato should be placed several billions interest for Daik Quite Different higher Bat tho total is accurate waited on mo had a mouth as big as a Brahmas and White Plymouth Rocks People who most rolish gossip take enough for practical purposes and it pumpkin pie and I dont bclievo he A fanner makes no mistake if knew enough to last him over his tasio loads him to select either of a xery different view of it when it is will bo s jen that if wo divide it en u al That was my son sir Havo von the five kinds named all lay dark de directed against ones own reputation ly among tho 50000000 population What an extremely candid porson turned by the census of 18S0 tho share como In horo 01 deliberately insult my sirable egg for C market and all aro e miIF CKI u 41 juiipnoior uu mo good genuine pouliry Remember In Mrs Higgins is said Mrs Robinjon oreacn person win ba measured - br a Xour son eh Beg moro pardons these days tho specialists aro tho ones See how she exposed those Simkinses little moro than 850 in money -- N Y lots of pardons What I wanted to that get a reputatloi and make monoy aun and Wilkinses say was but in this ease ihe grand secret is Yes said Mrs Jones bnt if yon The champion hymoaeal story of You get tho season comes from Halov Tenn give 1110 mo a outl You camo hero to that with ono kind tho brcedor soon could have heard what she said about Commercial CollerafaSSSKffi hit yon yesterday A mn by the namo of Smith married dyed whiskers about an old man with finds out tho possibilities of the breed Cheapest Best BuvJness College in the World About me girl there a few months ajro then third wifo and who had married his soon learns it thoroughly the breed OBtf- nutknt TTraor 4 Col 4 HcJal m n walked with a nm improves in his hands his strain be Â¬ Warlds FxixxIUm sir Brian f Bask Ceois Yes about you 6eBral Buliw aUiieailaa SOOO OnksaatM ta ifcg andJ wont stand It Go right comes wjted he derives an added Well I never The idea of her Ilastaess laTMckmnssOral Ost f Fall BasIM 11 IVmnctaclwllatTsittossutiMtrTUsatu rmarCd vredtetWrU do you mortaljinjaryi nsidi pleasjijlrhandling and hi Srla mii talking nbont aic I wont believe F Xaut n Oraiutra QmiuI 9amJ otminuteV DetroitFrecPreis Counlrij Home another word sh saysl climln1r1rWlllla lfcTYrnlTirTlrTSKl Youth1 1 Com r r I - nt half-a-doz- en I A dish of hot water sot in the oven prevents cake from scorching A glass of salt water warm or cold taken on rising in tho morning win euro cuiimiiiuu To drive away ants scrub tho shelves or drawers that they frequent soap after carbolic with strong which sprinkle red pepper in every crevice While tho hens may not protect an orchard from insects it has beon demonstrated that when poultry aro confined around tho troes they will prove veiy serviceable in preventing the attack of insects Leg woakness in fowls is the re- Â¬ sult of rapid growth and is bast mot with animal food and tonics A little meat of worms should be added to the fowl evory day and a little tincture of iron dropped in the drinking yrator Ccveland Lcider An effectivo and oasily mado deco Â¬ ration to break a spaco upon a barren wall is an ciglitoen inch square board quite thin and covered smoothly with plush Aftor hanging it diamond wise by means of loops screwed to tho back nail in the center a carved and gilded bracket large enough to hold a vase or figure Indianapolis Journal Bliio grass has the advantage of not running out as long as it recoivos a top dressing of manure annually It does best on lime stono soils bnt is grown in nearly all sections Orchard grass is a variety that gives early pas- Â¬ turage and can be grown where many other grasses will not flourish St Louis Republican At the meeting of the Kansas Hor-Â¬ ticultural Society as reported in the Rural World Prof Lantz stated that he found that hawks and blackbirds richly earned the little corn and tho few chickens they consumed by their consumption of mice rabbits and En- Â¬ glish sparrows by the hawks and many insects on the part of the blackbirds There is great danger in wearing damp clothes because when a liquid passes into a state of vapor thero is great absorption of heat In the ani Â¬ mal economy heat is generated in the system and given out by the body If the clothes re damp this heat is abstracted foster than a new supply is formed by the process of respira- Â¬ tion and tho result is what is termed a cold Troy Times The way to begin bee keoping is to begin small If ono procures a single colony in a modern movable comb hive and by the aid of ontf of the standanl works cares for that col- Â¬ ony and its increase during the sea- Â¬ son he will have a knowledge of bee- Â¬ keeping that will enable him to man- Â¬ age many hives and which will en Â¬ able him if he should so elect to keep bees for profit B WALLACE BUILDER CONTRACTOR Reasonable Hate i- - 1 I r Whiskies mini Brandies wines Cigars First o BEAST Mexican iysfiiif Linimen - j SjI Fi I rl 1 -- son-in-la- DOUGLAS Tiie Steaks Po son-in-la- w - 1 Sausage and Mutton Ml Hand tit WHISKIES BKANDIES CIGAES ETC Constantly John McKenna ad1PfdIrvore Vtl NinoL t June 22 tf