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INHABITANTS to FULL OF FUN would prefer being shot deliberately Tho former is the than accidentally loss igno Minions of the two and there is some chance of tho law punishing the shootor But from tho wild dis Â¬ charges of so called sportsmen there is no moans of protection nor any re- Â¬ dress for the damage thoy da IT Q Times Democrat ORNAMENTS A OF JET Snake ara allowed free liberty In A Wilkes Smith and npni a Corean ltouse They usually 1 v in burrows in the mud two iiHr under the tiles These burrows are CoTiiFFlrE Mm street juneSSlt doubtless used by the rats during the ii juve Sewmd winter time and tbey are noticeably D D S absent diirng the summer after tho J C MORGAN proper occupants hava thawed out Mndi The snakes il mi biles make it lively jayOFFICE MsiBrtreetever for the rate but their principal food is tcn National BaHk lUohmoud Ky the eggs and young of the swallows juiie 23 tf which liva under the caves Ono can always tell when the snake M POYNTZ DR is visible by the excited chattering SURGEON of the brdF AND PHYSICIAN Hundreds of them etreet over Maill congregate about where he may be OFFICE Sewod sunning himself on the hot ties and jnne22tf ton County Drug Store jabber away at him with all their Hiight Oi iters fly away and enlist tho EVANS M D G services of lite imimdent magpies who SURGEON AND come screaming in their schrill tones PHYSICIAN OrFHE Nreowd street over D P and give Mr Snake a sharp dig in jum22tf some unprotected part The snake Arniers jew elry store usually gets I he worst of the encounter and runs to cover DR J TAYLOR The people will not kill the snakes arnl Surgery Practitioner in MedMne they have a superstition based on fear RICHMOND KY concern- Â¬ OFFICE Seeoud streetover Dykes Tltey atrace it back to a story poisonous man who killed a ing june22t Store Urncerj snake and afterward was killed to getlter with hs whole family by the DR JOHN M mate of lite dead reptile The house MAIN STREET snakes ire some three feet in length Up Stairs Next Door to LuxnwV fat laey and prac ically harmless O te can not help but note the ab- Â¬ june22tf sence of cats in Corea and as the rats become more and lUire troublesome DR Offers Jii irofcxsoal services to I lie an occasional feline serenade becomes an appreciated favor Cats are somc public BeHiiett- - Ihh ttfltce limee kep but they are seldom seen Office ane HertHliMiu drug Mre ups tnir while dogs are every here and wea Â¬ Mre 0 rner of Maiit hhI Second 27 1 is sels are not a ran a-- The latter are j ill Richmond Ky always wild and confine their raids mostly to ehiekens DR U C AMBROSE The cat is oonsiderel an uncanny animal and never occupies the place it KOICU ICY does in a E iropean household Tho u 4 VIihK in tle al superstition concerning the cat is also O tic- - hrtirr teruKn Hwnl al MrJ l L ckryr traced back to a story and is as harm- Â¬ ful to the descendants of the hero or ju e J tf heroine of the siory as it was beneficial W T SEXSMIT I M D in the case of the snake PIISlClAN AND SU11GE0X It is reported that once upon a time a farmer working in the field felt a WHITE HAUL KY sense of vacuity whici frequent tight Â¬ services to the tfTci ln ening of his belt would not relieve He went on till he could wail no long- Â¬ er ami from w nd ering why his spouse FAIN DR J had not brought him his customary 1 KY UNION CI meal he worked himself up into a rage at her negligence He decided to go hi Offers rfe 4tal wrvioe lie public and investigate the matter and on the Ah 17 lf way he took the precaution of select- Â¬ Office mi Joe GeHlri V ing a good elub for any necessary use J F imvKUSN such as euln may be put to Riach M Hkath ing his hon e he espied his wife lying CORNELISON HEATH on a mat with lier any in her arms Ah ha he apparently both asleep Practieiirg Physicians is the way you loiter cried KENTUCKY around this I work in the field till mi HMOND whi i liie my belly has vanshed oiler Hieir pr4 4mm1 ervke Ill teach you public a thing or Iwo With which he struck her a hhiimI Wow which only resulted in jolting the babe from the breast ffl D ffi Bright A Hardin and diclosng a drop of blood where miik should have been PHYSICIAN and SUKGEON The enraged father was startled RICHMOND KY He forgot his anger as he saw that his et over viaili SeeMl OFFICE little family lay deal before him He eon iiuit DrgStrte went to examining the apartment and I ant it diMimXly HMlertoiMi lliai I under a chest he found a lot of blood - Ifi KMiiihhmI Hint mi m tlieonlv imkr Hie and the half of a snake with a cat still dtrstHiidrt the thorough us Chemistry as applied eating at tlte living head and upper and portion of the body The snakes head t j examination irf ti Hes and llIl oftlie liumaii bHly I only mmlHMi still jumbed about and the fangs My figna darted oul keeping the cat busy to thi tor I inner 1 xKeetion ture will beattaclied lo eaoli examina Â¬ keep out of the way But the jumping ISmuiily tion ltead had struck the sleeping mothor and the deadly fangs had pierced her flesh sending he poisoned blood into PARRISH the nHrsing infant killing them both Since that lime cats are not kept in Attorneys At Law the country and are seldom seen in When seen they appear the cities RICHMOND ICY Special attention given to abstracting wild and run as if afraid of their lives Car San Francisco CkOHice titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky OffW iu Climax building S E Corner Main aud Second Streets up MISUSE OF FIRE ARMS June 22 tf S airs WliySoraetira Should ISsDoaeto Stop Reddest Shooting BURNAM E Two successive iiems of news pub IinIimI in a New Yi rk paper suggost which must have oc the reflection KENTUCKY RICHMOND curre 1 at times to most people that A R-- Rur tlte proud privilege of bearing arms OFFICE witli C F June 22 1 uam ou Firfct Street possessed by all American citizens is by no means an hium xs 1 blessing In one instance which occurred at J A SULLIVAN a village in the S ate of New York a hired man was sent ly his employer a market gardener named Monk RICHMOND KENTUCKY nveyer to drive some goats out of a OFFICE on Fin t street same as formerly occupied by County Jutlce garden patch Fur this purpose one might suppose no more formidable oct6 ly Miller weapon would bo nexle I than a stick pebbles of haadful a or SCOTT not very dangorous Goals are the hired Nevertheless animals maH was armel with a pistol which RICHMOND KY be let drive at the gtats The result Office on Second Street June 22 If so far as these animals were concorned was h but the bait odged in the foot of a girl who was sitting on a cot- Â¬ CS tage porch two hundred 3 ards away It appears from the report that the people of that neighborhood are in the RICHMOND KY habit of resorting to lethal weapons 22 tf Office on Second Street June for the purpose of searing goas and other depredator and that the man A Mnnkmeyer is ospecally fond of that kind of sport According to the fath- Â¬ er of the wounded girl he goes aftor Will practico in MadlMtn and adjoining boys wfSi a gHH sometimes when they counties aim In Hie Court of ApieaK Evidently Mr try to steal apls inimissioiiers Moukmeyers ilea of the proper use Office in Master office over Cireuit Clerks office of fire arms ueeds a strong coiroclivc jane 22 tf The other case was a much more Two boys who wore serious one picking berrie near Elzabethport N were shot and mortally wounded by unknown rpnitsiuengunningin the The lads declare that neighborhood the men detilvrately fired at them and Beth were riddled with then fled buckshot and are probably dead by Of course it is difficult to this t m sportsmen deliber Â¬ SPEED SMITH Agent believe that the inoffensive boys and ately shot two RICHMOND KY impossible to ascertain tho truth unless But oven Sells rents or exchanges all kinds of the men are apprehended Real Estate oh reasonable terms and if the shooting was purely accidental represents lii t elass Fire and Life In it shows the folly of allowing any man Eurance Companies no matter bow ignorant he may be of Office in J J LyterV Clolliiog Store firearms and of game to wander aoout june22 tf the couHlry at his own sweet will with A groat deal too a gun in his hands much reckless shooting goes on and Doyini want jMire drugs ami llietes should be done to check it You something brauds of tobaeoes and cigars Any crank criminal or lunatic may can Mud them at T J Brooks keep guns and pistols and except June tf within oertain very narrow specified limits may use thein with perfect dis- Â¬ Ask your pbysMan to leave your regard to the lives and linibs of his reacription at Whites Drug Store It neighbors and with perfect impunity will 1 accurately compeuuded and sent to your bouse facordy J W Description of Inc lrnceis of Working the Ioculmr Subitauce Jet is dug from Urn earth much after the manner of digging amber Tho twoTproducts rrc often wind together in the pits which arc snnk in the sands on the south shoro of the Baltic and also on the shore of tho North Sc i From this circumstance and from their having sonic l roporties in com mon it is likely that the two sub Â¬ stances have a common origin Jet lias been described as a variety of lig- Â¬ nite that is a product of wood under- Â¬ going a change inlo coaL There is reason for thinking that both this and amber are from rosins and gurus Those old English lines give a good ac- Â¬ count of the substance Jeat stone almost a gemm the Ljblans find But fruitful Britain sends a wondrous kind Tis black and shining smooth and ever light Twill draw up straws If rubbed till hot and bright Ojl makes it cold but water elves it heat English jat is dug on the coast of Yorkshire near Whitby and Scar- Â¬ T FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS vr i profeoi T 1 f -- 1 4jib tr Mu-m-co- e TURNER borough A trade in tho nrticle was carried on at Whitby in 1593 We learn from ornaments found in ancient lombs lliat j t was in use among tho early Britons and their conquerors the Romans It is altogether likely that in its early use jat was worn as amber is still worn in the Evat as a charm or amulet to protect the wearer from disease or other evil The yield of jet in England is worth about ono hundred thousand dollars The price varies with the quality and ranges from ten to eighteen shillings a pound The working of this product up into articles of ornament and use gives em Â¬ ployment lo five hundred men women and children in Wliilby The process of working jot is described by Mr Walter White as follows The pattern of the desired object a scroll leaf flower or whatever olsc is scratched with r steel point on a piece of jet sawn to the required di- Â¬ mensions the work non then with a knife cuts away the waste portions brings out the rude form and by using various knives and chisels according to tho delicacy of the design he in no long time has the article ready for tho polisher The work looks very easv as you watch tho men cutting appar- Â¬ ently with less concern than spmo folks bpstow on tho whittling of a slick and msking the chips fly inliltlo heaps The nature of jet favors rapid- Â¬ ity of hand It has somewhat the ap- Â¬ pearance of compressed pitch and when under the knife bonds off a shower of chips and splinters as hard Some specimens have pitch does so fossils with found been as thom to in embeddod of those opinion the confirm who hold J3t to be a species of petro- Â¬ leum contrary to the common belief that it is wood partly converted into coal After tho knit es the grindstom s como into play to work up and smooth all tho accessible surfaces and next swift whirling wheels encircod with list which giro liie polish The deep incisions and hollows which can not be touched by tho wheel are polished on narrow slijis of list This is the work of boys the slips of list are mado fast by one cud to the bench and tak- Â¬ ing hold of tho other and shifting or lightening as tho work may require the boys rub the deep parts of the or-Â¬ naments backward and forward till Tho finishing the polish is complete touch which imp iris tho brilliance is givon by a sprinkling of rougo and a Youths light hand with a rubber Companion i The Women of Persia The Persian lady is a good house- Â¬ wife She rises with the dawn she is liberal in her housekeeping kind to her servants a little profuse per- Â¬ haps but then living is cheap in tho Tho keys of every thing East are iu the keeping of the mistress of the house and she is usually cxnet in All the vast stock of her account conserves and sweetmeats sirups for the preparaion of sherbets and pickles in ondloss variety arc either prepared by her own fingers or under her eyes Nor does she disdain to tho confec- Â¬ tioner and maker of pastry As even- Â¬ ing approaches the long and elabo Â¬ rate Persian dinner being par Â¬ taken of among Ilia upper classes sexes by the apart sho prc pares to entertain her husband sho will play to him upon the lute or har- Â¬ monica she will sing to him or road him to sleep wilh poetry or sho will play with him at backgammon or chess or recite to hm long stories in tho stylo of the Arabian Nghls When he is sick she nurses him and it is her pride to see that his wardrobo is well supplied and his servants well clad She will intrigue fir him plead for him lie for h iu and has boon known to dio for him She will even carry her compliasanco so far as to find anohor wife for him SL Jamu Gazette Wills by Attorney at laawj 1 T Attorney at Iaw TJ Attorney at Iaw Attorney at Iaw J REED POWELL Attorney at Lara tbe Hundred REAL ESTATE INSURANCE J Tho Hungarian historian M Sala mon has jn t discovered in the archives of Buda Pesth moro than fivo hundred wills bearing dates between 1802 aud 1874 These wills had been intrusted to the public authorities for safe keeping but by some unaccount- Â¬ able blunder thoy were never com- Â¬ municated to the heirs of the testators so that in many cases the successions to which they related wero treated as coming from persons who had died intostate and had to bo regulated by M Sala long and costly law suits mons discovrr is naturally causing a prof und sensation for it may unsettlo property that has passed into thou Â¬ sands of hands and it must infallibly produoe a whole crop of fresh law Post suits K Some fashionable women in Phila- Â¬ delphia have the backs and scats of bedroom ohalrs upholstered with Bilk and filled with broken balsam boughs which give fragrance for tho wholo season The fact is so well established that a man can bo very tall at tho same time very short that it is scarcely nec- Â¬ essary to call attention to it Tid Bits is as an Â¬ cient as society The first tribe that acted together know that it was bettor to do so than to light singly Men recognized that unity was strength be Â¬ fore JEsop composed his fablo of the Nimrod doubtless bundle of slicks knew that two groyhounds hunting to Â¬ gether would run down moro hares than four hunting soparately But the hounds ran down tho hares for their Tho modern co operator masters Co- Â¬ runs down tho hares for himself operation in industry moans the equi Â¬ table distribution of all gain among those who earn it This is a now idea people the working among tho for our towns in is method of applying it scarcely forly yoars old Tho idea as applied to industry ex- Â¬ isted in tho latter part of the last century Ambelakia was almost a co- Â¬ operative town as may bo road in Da Â¬ vid Urqnharts Tuiky and lis Re-Â¬ So vast a municipal part- Â¬ sources nership of industry has nover existed since The fishers on tho Cornish Â¬ coast carried out co oprration on tho sea and tho miners of Cumberland dug on the principlo of sharing the profits The plan has beon productivo of con- Â¬ tentment and advantage Gruyere is a co operUive cheese being former- Â¬ ly mado in the Jura mountains whero tho profits were equitably divided In 1777 as Dr among tho makers Langford relates in his Century of Birmingham Life the tailors of that enterprising town set up a coÂ¬ operative workshop which is the earliest in E glish record In Franoe an attempt was mad by Baboenf in 1790 to establish a despotism of justice and equality by violence after the manner of Richelieu whoso policy sions can be based Tho changes of taught the French revolutionists that tho structural parts aro of moro im- Â¬ force might be a remedy Baboeuf was portance tl cie as might bo expected a solitary social reformer who at- Â¬ relate mainly to the organs of sense tempted to cstiblish philanthropy by Tho eyes show an cvidont tendency in killing those who did not liko it But all the groups lo tado away In the ha like all co operators was against characteristic cavern fishes they havo mendicity and idleness In France entirely disappeared tho whole struct Â¬ where no great idea cvor dies tho ure whch serves for vision being In longer produced tho conception of Babconf was taken up no we may observe a by men who had the genius of persua- Â¬ cray fishes certain gradation Some species which sion in them Thon came Morelly whose imagination had the mathe- Â¬ abound in cavrns are provided matical quality of precision and who wilh eyes othir- - havo them present bnt so imperfect that they can not defined tho social problem thus To find that situation in serve as visual organs yet others One species of which be impossible want them aitogjther it shall for a man lo bo depraved pscu lo corpVri as shown by Prof Hagan has in tho oiuer world four or poor Thon St Simon Fourier Cibet Lcroux and others reset the eyes While in tho caves it has been scientific idea of social life in luminous found with two eyo and others in an theories Eugland practical and im- Â¬ entirely eyeless condition Some cav- Â¬ partial acis on its own ideas and on ern beetles hive tho Hiatus with eyes those of others which havo promiso of while the femalo3 are quito without thom As a wholo tho cavern forma results in thorn and if it originates few ideas it realizes moro than any exhibit a singular tendency of the other nation originates Besides wo visual organs not only to lose thoir had our Mores aud Harringtons beforo functions but also to disappear ns even tho French mind ran on schemes body parts A tha same time there of life according to reason Moro is an equal t r even more geuoral de Â¬ wrote Ins Utopia in 151G Harring- Â¬ velopment of tho autumn and other ton cinio with his Oceina 140 yoars organs of touch these parts become Exceling later both in English considerably length no I and appar Â¬ practical genius came tho great ently ofgreaor sensitivonoss a change Quaker John Sellers Ih i son of Fetti which is of mnnifust advantage to the N Shacr in Scrib place Bdlers proposing his famous tho individual Collego of Indusry whoso im Â¬ ntr1 Magazine press has since bson on tho miuds of USEFUL FANCY WORK all English community makers Con- Â¬ Embroidery on lHinsk Iow to Make Â¬ temporaneous with tho French revoluthe Table Look Pretty tionists we had Smto Barrington It is the fashion to mark table linen Bishop of Durham who surpassed all other bishops in human sympathy and with the iniiil or monojrim worked Tho let Â¬ Ho established at in wlito umbrii lory cotton social sagacity Mongewcll in Oxfordshire the first tering is always in script and very known co operative store and he large each letter bslng about throo Count Rumford and Sir Thomas Ber- Â¬ inches lo ig and is workel in ono nard published in 1795 and for many coiner of tible eloths and napkins The plain embroidery stitch known as 3 ears after plans of co operative and is used ani tho let- Â¬ over and over social lifo far exceeding in variety and thoroughness any In the minds of per- Â¬ ters arc first filled in with the om O sons now living Ilolyoake in broidory cotton worked lengthwise so as to raso the wok lo a proper de Fortnightly Review giee of fullness When tho embroid- Â¬ DEATH TO THE FISH ery is evenly done it adds much to The Mn ular Manner In Which a Hall the pffVct of the linen and also washes Storm Destroyed Them nicely To bring olt the lotters nice- Â¬ The story of the poisoning of Dawho ly they yhiuld ba ironed on the Lake in Gorgetowi County by a wrong side over s v tuI thicknesses of hail storm as telegraphed and which flan no many persons supposed to bo fishy Fine damask napkins whioh have beÂ¬ has been corroborated in every par-Â¬ come fraved at the hem or otherwise ticular by a promi icut citizen of worn may be converted into very Georgetown who hail investigated pretty tea and fruit doilies by remov the matter at the r qiest of General iir tho hems and fringing to the Grcely chief of the Signal Service of one d plh or two inches A dense mass of black gum trcos If Iho enter is worn tho surrounds tho lake on all sidos It is threads ono wav may be well known that tho leivos of this drawn and the doilies will hav t tho ef- Â¬ tree are strongly impregnated with fect of lace work A few idle mo- Â¬ tannic acid It has also been ascer- Â¬ ments oacli da- - maycasily be devoted tained that tho bottom of the lako con- Â¬ to the work and in this way a dozen tains a slight deposit of iron The doilies may lie made in a few weeks poisoning of the water therefore is It has become tho fashion of lato thus explained Tie hail storm years to paco a heavy white canton bruised and filled tho lake with flannel under tho damask table spread and small branches to make the a ter have the dosirablc tbo leaves tho tanic acid emanat- Â¬ soft appearance and oftentimes to save of tho trees ing from which mingled with the iron thopolishol mahogany or cherry un Â¬ and formed tannato f iron causing der oith Tic e loivy canton flan the water to turn black as ink and bit Â¬ nols are difficult to wash and aro never ter as quinine aud poisoning tho fishes so goo I fir the purpose afterward by thousands An ingenious housokeopor covers hers Some of the people living in the with a white oilcloth of the same size ncighboihood believe that tho condi- Â¬ turning t to right side toward tho tion of the Ink is duo to a judgment table cloth Tliii cateo any fluid from G id This la e is in reality a that may b spilled anl saves the flan- Â¬ godsend for many a poor family near nel from soilur To make a canton They get fish from it tho year flannel cover a j iCO of material now by round aud if it is not replenished soon made for tho p r lose four or fivo it will bo a judgmont to them sure inches wider than the table sin I almost enough as long as the damask cloth is needed O ic si ecics of the fish inhabiting this The thread should bo drawn at the lake survived the singular disaster and ends lo jnako it oven and then hems that was tho mudfislu which buried a half inch wide stitched down by itself iu tho mud at the bottom and hand thus escaped the effects f the poison Americans as a nation set their Tho stench aVising from tho dead and tables very prettily and often ignoro rotten fish is described as fearfuL the ugly straw mats for hot dishes The thousands of buzzirds taking which the average E iglish housewife their departuro in the evening for uses so religiously for each meal their roosting places after a days Lately tli3 pretty while m its of crochet feast are described as making a noise cotton have como into use and now similar to that of an approicldi cy- Â¬ are introduced even onos moro clone 01 each end of D iwho Lake dainty These aro made out of two about half a mile distant is a small thicknossos of oilcloth turned face to lake in which numbers if fish also face and c lverod with lino birds eye abound but which upon examination linen the edges fi iishd with em Â¬ show no signs of tho hailstorm which broidered scallops and the family swept over Dawho This confirms tho monogram ornamenting tho center belief that the direct causo of the dis- Â¬ The linen covers are made into little aster to the fish is due to the hail- Â¬ oval si p avd the oilcloth is easily CAarfefo storm 8 C Kews and removable so that the former may bo Courier It i of course necossary laundered According to the London Daily to keep two sets o i hand AC Y News an Edinburgh music teacher Journal claims to have invented a so called Capable of Doing Any Thing resonator for augmenting tho power ofthoToica It is a mechanical con- Â¬ yon know a young man Smith trivance which is arranged to fit into named Tom Bevtyly tho palate The instrument has been Junes I div submitted to Prof Tyndall for exam- Â¬ Well ho wants a position in my ination office as cashier Is ho a good business man is he capable Capable I should say so Ho is All third and fourth class railway Ho was private restaurants in Prussia are requiredby capable of any thin law to provide a cup of good hot cof-Â¬ suerotaryof a New Yrk alderman for fee without milk or suga- - for five several years Thcro is nothing he is Texas BiflinQS pfennigs about one and a quarter not capable of doing cents and tho same with miik or sugar Miku daily entries in a farm at double ib price diary In ur Mankind Ilaeir ono sense co oporation rrobem Which Is Almost as Old Tit Cla ts of Animals WliloU the XaT5b Oaves Â¬ That sir said the music dealer s a genuine a oouutryinan Stradivarius Hnost Mister thoso which make theso regions of -- Cortainly Well Ill be gol darned continuous darkness their abiding if I woullut a called it a fiddle We want to prove lo ynu that it is our Honest Intention to Sell Goods Without any Old time War great- Â¬ places are numerous and of tho Prices There lias never been a time when your Money had as great a Purchasing Power Washington Critic Of tho est interest to the naturalist as Now Our Immense Stock of Ladies Mioses and Ciiildrens You are very baM Mr Barb r several hundred species known to stu Â¬ Bar- Â¬ Bill Nye Thats so bolong Nye dents by far the greater part What was the cause of your to tho group of articulated animals ber Tho top of Bl Nye insect and crustaceans theso being tho baldness my hair forms which of all animals aro the my head grew taster than will be sold from this day on until thev are closed out for a less price than the cost to manufacture them Texas Siflings Â¬ most varied in structure and best suit OUIlSnOE AND CLOTHING STOOK was never nMre complete Mens full stock Boots at a less A D fferont kind of fish ed for tho odd chances of life which price than you can buy the commonest split leather elsewhere You can buy a pair of Ladies Shoes that The Rirl who hooks a flJJi wlU shriek tho caverns aifforrt As the reader To see its frantic wrigjles will wear all winter for 100 or 12 r well knows tho great problem now nut when she nooks a minquser freak DRESS GOODS of all kinks Flannels LimUeys lean Casftinere Ticking Jalicoe Giwgwawas and She simply grins and gggles beford science Is lo determine how far CharieUm Enterprise everything sold by a Firsl Clas Dry Goods Store can be bought from s at our Popular Cash Prices tho shapes of living creatures are Yes Brown is a pleasant sort of which are the Lowest in the city determined by the circumstances of I really the world about thom and how far fellow but hes so fickle EVERY ARTICLE in our store stands on its own bottom a an individual bargain tlds determination has been brought dont bolieve ho knows his own mind We set the example for many we have always found that original methods are tbe beat to Jolkwr I see his is ten minutes together about through a process of selection Take your own time to look at prices we wont Bone j ou in a natural way of thoso varieties a case whore ignorance is bliss Nothing in the way of Auction Trash finds its wav to otir salesroom which hav9 somo accidental special fit-Â¬ Boston Transcript Our store is THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE i iur prices are made to win e make no aecond bid Her vacation didnt sicmto do ness for tho conditions in which they We cordially invite you all to come at once and gel your share of the many bargains that our customÂ¬ good Perhaps sho your wife much live Cavern animals afford us a cap Oh ers have the advantage of There is enough for you all if you come at once ital bit of evidenco toward the solu Â¬ didut take enough exercise tion of this problem- - Tho prevailing yes she did JSho sat on tho piazza Yours Very Respectfully close affinity of their forms with those and talked continuously for three which live in the upper world of sun hours every day on the slretch shinoand changing seasons shows be Maternal Affection Professor to yond a question that they are all de- Â¬ his wife Proprietors -- Busy BeeT Cash Store Just imagine the female Jun22tf rived from similar forms which onco carp brings several million young ones Wifo dwelt in the ordinary conditions of into the world all at once W3 baild TSACTION asd PORTABLE ENGISES at all sins Tl fUMU animal life What then are tho ef Â¬ But you can scarcely speak of mother-Â¬ EOMAKZA seeds aadsruas THKESHEK fnrwMat eats JU3Tv eJOWK HARRISON MILLER fects arising from this complcto ly lovo under such circumstances wvuLvuiuaswaiwLnuasjtw Circular pmaadall ilu Wrtte for rree J chang in the circumstances of these Losa Blatler IT 11 JTUl AA Has opened a Furniture Repairing ami underground creatures Will my angel have a wing gr MVdL i Indiana M The facs aro perplexing in their va- Â¬ asked a young man who was trying to Upholstering Shop second door from riety and by no means well worked serve roast chckoi in the presence of the Post office next to Hunley a Livery out but the following points seem to his sweetheart Your angel hopes to SabJ All work done at reasonable bo well established was viz There is a have in Heaven but not horc manifest tendency of all gayly colored the angels demure reply Sho got a rtei IAYIMJ CAKPKTS A SlETIAI- ty forms to lo c their hues in tho caverns choice bit for that Picayune Tdectf and to be co mo of an even color This aa While Augusta has appeared to a tmt mmnmmmmammmmmmammm3mKm9wamaiMnarmBmmrmmk ja may bo explained by tho simple ab bo standing still remarks the Chron- Â¬ sence of Mitisliine and on it no conclu- Â¬ icle no city in the South with the Thrlrs In Tho living iuhnbitauls of caverns Let Us Talk Together WRAPS AM JACKETS or Â¬ RAXHSEY OLDHAM -- MSfJAlSTil Kgfe exception of ono or two in the mineral regions has invested so much money in manufactures In cotton manufact Â¬ uring Augusta leads tho South What was tho amount Robinson D urn of your doctors bill Dumley Robinson ley I paid him 300 Two hundred dollais Thais too He saved my life Dumley much Yos I know you know Robinson he saved your life Bat 200 Dumley JSr Y Sun Thats too much A well known young man about town descended upon an office yester- Â¬ day afternoon and tried to borrow an umbrella The man who lent it evi- Â¬ dently know tho borrower for ho kissed the umbrella four times and embraced it hard enough to spring its ribs Providence Journal In an advertisement by a railway company of some uncalled for goods 1 had dropped from the the letter word lawful and it read People to whom these packages are directed aro requested to come forward and pay the awful charges oi the satuo Golden M OVIMG HOME Gentry ifoackelford Co e II will in a few days move to their new store and to save trouble and expense of moving they are offering their entire line of la Oceking and Heating1 Etovee AT REDUCED PRICES and invite all who intend buying to come and see M ir at fee Dats Tho editor of tho OazetU has been urged to havo a rabbit painted upon his head because it is thought that people might take it for a hare St Joseph Herald Laer advices from St Joseph assure us that the publication of tho above cast a gloom over the Leavenworth entire community Times HOW CHEAP WE ARE SELxIzIIff LSXIGH GOODS at a stove now is the time to get it and have money left The weather will be colder so you had better prepare for it wiiile stoves are cheap E If you want r or Bridget did ycz ivor sthop to think that after yer dead ycr nivor safe from tin se middicnl students Thats so Dinny Its wan o tho things thats prejudiced mo very much against dyin Ive thought av a way to git ahead av em Hows that Oim going to wornik Washington in a poivdbcr mill Critic And now the girls have a new scheme It is an accepted superstition with them that any girl who walks nine rails on tho railroad track with Â¬ out falling off the next man she speaks to will bo her future husband R8al smart girls tako the fellow right along and holler at him as soon as tho ordeal is past Blue Hill Times-Winner W WIGGINS A F BRECK eis-- 5- f art WIGGINS BRECK aad J Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF te 9K ft Rather Ambiguous At a court martial the G moral who presided said to an Irish soldier who was a wit- Â¬ ness Then Tm toniderstand that tho accuse 1 off red j ou a cigar when Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city mucbs satisfactory you w ra doing sentry duty Yos We are also prepared to do HOOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and And yon declined it yourhouor large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will We carry a job you can get anywhere And what did Yes your honor not delay your work We also carry a nice line of ho say then Yon aro Hi said X Y Ledger an ass your honor You ig man what he asked is your ambition in life To get Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Slielf Hardware Garden Implements replied the young mart rich sir Grain Drills c Not a very Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators lighting a fresh cigar high aim But w bile yon aro trj ing AJNT to get rich arent you sponding a FIRE BRICK AND FIRK CLAY tf jui22 IRON MANTELS AND GRV1S Oh I dont good doal of money mide the cxpe io sir Im willing to get rich regardless of cost tf Y Sun Builders Hardware and Building Material nut laEXIKTGTOET BELIZE COOK STOVES and RASIGE5 s POWDER L P- - C -- JDYlVAMTJEei A2TTEK CHICKEN ASK FOR FOREIGN SUBSTANOES G- - Remedy rmi SEW FIRM CLOTHITfG FURN How They May Travel Tiiroazh the Un Â¬ man Rody For a LoojrTlme 5j Few people aro aware how far for Â¬ eign substances may travel in the human body or how long thoy may remain Ihoro without their presence being suspcotod Hundred- - of cases aro known to every physician where a sharp bit of metal such as tho point of a needle a slim sliver of iron or some such thing has entered the loss remained unsus- Â¬ sensitive tissues pected for months and even years and then pushod its way through tho skin at some point far distant from Fortunately all for- Â¬ where it entered eign substances move toward tho sur- Â¬ face and if they do not become en- Â¬ cysted will sooner or lator make their They may mToeonsion no appearance pain for a long timo and at last strike or cross a muscle where they may causo great local irritation and inflam- Â¬ mation sometimes involving neigh- Â¬ boring organs One of the most cases on record is remarkable whore a littlo girl swallowed a paper of needles E notics were administered and it was thought that all troublo had boen avoided But in tha course of a few weeks sho began to complain ot sharp pains all over hec body all movement was painful aid her health rapidly declined No one know what was tbo trouble and she was treated for all manner of obscuru diseases Finally two or three pimples appeared upon her brfckrtand from ono of theso a ne dlo was extracted Gfhis cansod search to be made and 5oon other pimples appeared from alt of which needles were extracted some being in the thighs some in the uaik and ono was fonid in tho left arm fhe needles had penetrated tho slonach and gradually worked thoir vay to tho surface no less than eleven being found As soon as the causes of irri- Â¬ tation wero removed the child recov- Â¬ ered at once St Louis Qftbc-Demo-er- Cholera Cure WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO tmd- - that we have a large ami well selected Hue af WK GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY HATS STOCKTON Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy xhatfasitirefy cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A so cents botde Is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of a botde the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will Jbe refunded WILLIS STOCKTON oust 24 ly Â¬ WILLIS CJBty TRUNKS VAXiXSES Ete in wbieh ywi aaa Hud the Agents For Madison sepSS lj mm mm HAVE co BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES and tuk LOWEST PRICES OPENED A NEW Hardware Store on West Main Street They carry Land M hht cwutemero we sy we wMI give ywtt mil VHltHr lor every uanar a general line f wttn w mm we wige yea to give us au erty eaN ed Hardware Tinware W B WHITE JNB6- Maiofl j Co Bonds Stoves and ain At MeKaafe OW Stand Groceries The Bondc issued in narment of sub him bei cvhJ scription of Madison county to LouwwWc They have the new Procured Wra G Hm hi iue Mwe and Nashville itauroaa due in risoruaV ami uiiistll hw deracm M With and iKSS price PITE April Jut anJ October iisjton P C Fcx nwilv will be paid on maturitr at the Madison Mr- niltit to a rnethHl PHtier f I of Ktaminn Corps V S PataaC y- vaiioxull nam niuimuntt mm ti- - wn ever yHr Mi4iine rW CD CHBNAULTCom ftf f tiH roolinx ml ih all UiimIs ticfrk r model for rrfort as lo fatmn- repairing m the best tyle t I wesj tabUUt CorrespotKieri e so lcittd kHtHS lfc rates ydeciy Brooks the druggist- Patronize i7 iani 9F utf JJ JEwl l - mi MTIigiilWWI f WiJWW I 4 A SPARROW CATCHER and the necessity for the continuance i prompt disposition of that question of the office It appears from their and nit H not utpoeuoi very eany iu red in Washington City on last Rt Wclit wl itaxr Ho statements that there are now In he the session it will be because if the How Ho Work of IJi luecr Uamt d Disposes Thursday forenoon A FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE A law requiring the prosecuting Thorn sparrows Has bxBR cussed lady fell unconscious to the State 2341 miles of railway that there delays interposed in the way at amend Â¬ f tuo attorney in cases where petition pavement on Connecticut avenue have been constructed during the year ments and the dilutorytactics of the hard enough to drive WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 iSSS many The reformers how counry but theyve miiflfc for pardon follows conviction to and was removed to a hospital 244 miles and that the IoIh cost of protectionists lileir furnish the Governor or Attorney She remained unconscious until these roads was 76613920 The total ever express a willingness to make an honest dollar an value of the railroad property many concessions rather than losuf- - part TUE GOVERNORS MESSAGE General a full statement of facts her death that followed soon after assessed Thais what Jon Johnson says and amounts to 35571031 being an in Â¬ fer a defeat such as wni experienced The message of Gov S B proved in the case is recommend- Â¬ There was nothing by which she crease over the assessment of the pre Â¬ last session Another question that ho knows what lie is talking about Buckner to the Senate and House ed as such a course appears to the could be identified save a hand- Â¬ vious year or 1924025 In 18S6 the will doubtless receive considerable at Â¬ Joo hasnt any visible means of su-Â¬ Governor necessary to do both the kerchief with one word Bos Hj does his work of Representatives is an able and public gross earnings amounted to 10937177 tention is the temperance cause A pportin day light and the accused justice worth on it An afternoon pa- Â¬ 96 Iu 18S7 the gross earnings were bill introduced by Senator Piatt con- Â¬ by night II hns an assistant and tho conoise document It deals plainThe Railroad Commissioners per mentioned that and all was 1239972411 being an Increase nf templates prohibition lu product of his aftor dark labors has ly and directly with all questions the District taken tho dollars from the pockets of are endorsed and additional leg- Â¬ revealed The lady proved to be over 13 per cent of vital importance concerning net earnings of Columbia many friends islation is asked granting the the wife of Hon Ezra B Taylor have increased in The the same In the Senate It has ill probably pass many an unsuspecting man who treats the welfare of the public about and w Joe is himself to tho toothsome bird that body but may meet with oppo Â¬ a sparrow nottor and he is the only The Hewitt Revenue Law is commission power to regulate Congressman from Ohio who suc ratio endorsed in the following lan- - freight and passenger rates to succeded Mr Garfield She was The report of the Superintendent of sition ill the House The liquor inter- Â¬ one in the city who follows it as a have trains run to suit the con- Â¬ a Mrs Bosworth of Lexington Public Instruction shows satisfactory ests are already organizing to make a money making busl iosi Ills hunting of the public to see that Ky and been married to Mr progress in that import aut depart Â¬ fight against the bill and before many grounds aro not in tho public sqnares Wbea the last General Assembly venience me roaus ana bridges are kept m Taylor only two months She ment of thn State Government The days of the stssiou have passed the nor wooded places near tho city n oeBYeaed ia 1885 the receipts o the cood order and depot accommo has two sons and a daughter in school population of the current year flglit will have waxed warm Uiifortu bunts Ills ganio chiefly on the sido Treasury aa reported by the predeces dations are cood Also that one Lexington numbers 549592 white and 107144 ualely for the good of the cause Sena- Â¬ walls of churches dwelling houses and 6er were insufficient to meet the de of the commission be stvled the In their younger days Mr colored children being an Increase tor Iugalls the chairman or the Dis- Â¬ other places whoro ivy vinos climb and mands made upon it by existing ap cling propriation This resHlt had been Railroad Commissioner with office Taylor and the lady lived in the over the previous year of 10623 whites trict of Columbia committee is oppos- Â¬ of pro- Â¬ Tho at Frankfort and an increased same town and were engaged to and 4307 colored The number of the ed to prohibition but a majority of cedure sparrow notters method hmself brought about chiefly by a defective TLa prnvldo is this eysteni ef assessments am collections salary while the others be styled be married But something school districts in the present year of the other members are friendly to It with a scoop not similar to those used under the operations ot which preat Deputy Commissioners with de- Â¬ broke off the match and both 6138 white and 1011 colored pre-Â¬ and will see that the bill receives for crabbing lint muqh larger Ho inequalities prevailed in the valuations creased salaries were married Four years ago vious year being an increase over the proper consideration at an early day has put an improvement on tho idea The complete repair of the Mrs Taylor and Mr Bosworth sixty six districts for white children It may be interesting to many ad Â¬ however as ho has a purse string of property reported for taxation white a eonsiJeraMe part of the taxa Â¬ Capitol buildings with the erec- Â¬ both died and recently the old aud eight for the colored JJuriug the mirers of the late Gen Hancock to through the not somo distance below ble property o the State did not ap- Â¬ tion of the lacking wing is advis Â¬ love was renewed with the result current year the apportionment of the know that the fund being raised to iho ring The month of the not is purchase his widow a residence here abont six fedt in diameter Tho handlo school fuud is for white schools 1 pear en the books of the Assessors It ed in order to have necessary as above stated to enable him to reach is 04422480 being an Increase of 154 was evident to the Genentl Assembly room and comfort to facilitate the It would be well for persons 92595 over the previous year aud for thenearly completed The houe w hlch is long enough commiite contemplate purchasing up on tho sides of the ivy corered that a persistence in so vicious a 83 s work of the departments and the Irom home to carry something by buildings tem of assessment would not only re Â¬ courts which they could be identified in colored schools 20357360 being an is In the northwest part of the city When Joo roachos aspot whore ho ts Increase of 3389255 over the previous not far from the British Ministers aud in manifest Injustice to individ Â¬ The abolition of the office of case of sudden death A letter intends to make a haul ho roaches up uals by imposing an untitle propirtion Commissioner of Agriculture is a card a ring collar cuff any- Â¬ year The total sum appropriated is a handsome three story brown stone his big rjQt until ho covers a largo Treasury for from containing eleven rooms ocÂ¬ spaco whoro the vines aro tlckest of the burdens of government upon advised the function of that office thing having the name would suf- poses the State current year school pur structure otie 01 the most for the amounts to cupying those least able to hear them but to be transferred to tho Agricul- Â¬ beautiful cor- Â¬ While ho presses tho month of the net fice Mrs Taylor died of apoplexy 124779840 being a per capita of ner sites in that fashionable section of close against tho wall his assistant would also by diminishing the reve-Â¬ tural and Mechanical College 190 The direct appropriation by the the cltyr residing with a niece of the with a Ions pole slira np the vines nue and thus increasing the annual Also that the study HORRIBLE RAILROAD WRECK of the clas defloits result disastrously to the cred State for school purposes is greater It General Tho disturbed birds fly and flutter steal languages be prohibited in It will be remembered thatattbe blindly Into tho not When hs thinks it ef the Commonwealth To meet that school and in On last Saturday afternoon is believed than is devoted by any their Dlace the all arc in Joa pulls the purso string State Government with perhaps time the demands of the people for a better near 1 oclock two passenger otheror two exceptions While thia is house of the failure of the banking Down cornea nd i c 030 his gimc system they wisely enacted the res studies of mining mechanics and one of Jay Cooke Co iu 1874 the trains collided at Greenwood the case it is to be regretted that the Freedmans Bank of engineering be substituted tho not ami ono after another tho oHt revenue law Under its operation this city A committee to be composed of twelve miles from Somerset on etlorts of the State Government nre fulled This batik bad mostly as alio necks of tho birds are wrung Ho tlte Auditors report shows that in de- Â¬ then ties thorn up In bundles of twolve stead of a deficit there was a balance the Superintendents of the three the Cincinnati Southern Railroad not properly seconded In this direction positors Iguoraut but frugal colored Lunatic Asylums to select a site and a fearful wreck resulted A by the local aid which is essential to people not only in Washington but deposits them in a basket and goes on i the Treasury 011 June SO 18S7 of tho next vine 784SS After deducting the or ana arrange lor the erection of a conductor named Shrum incorrect give the full effect to the system t ed from all parts of the country the de-Â¬ His catch is running a littlo light positors believing that it was a Gov- Â¬ yet but last fall ho captured as high dteary expenses of the Roveruroeut building for colored lunatics is ad- Â¬ ly read his orders mistakingum- - ucation nut ior somerset ana thus brought inettMliHg the legislative expenses he vised ernment institution of Savings Bank as one hundrodnnd twenty dozen in a AT THE CAPITAL An office to be stvled the In about the woeful collision The Upon its failure a government receiver single night Tho lack of love Phila estimates a balance June 30 ISSS of was appointed aud Congress not only dclphians havo for tho noisy littlo K4KJI ami on Jtme 30 1 889 of spector of Public Works and trains were running at full speed Correspondence Climax 20788668 This favorable stniwing is Institutions whose duty it shall and dashed into each other com- Â¬ Washington D C Dec 29 18S7 authorized the purchase of the im- Â¬ nuisances inakos it a matter of little the result of a more equitable assess Â¬ be to have general supervision of pletely telescoping the boilers of When Congress adjourned no busi Â¬ mense mid handsome brown stone edi- Â¬ difficulty for Joe to obtain permission ment and a more prompt collection of asylums State turnpike stocks the two locomotives and crushing ness had been disposed of in the House fice constructed and used by the bank to trap the sparrow- and tho police the revenue and while the new law several cars The baggage and since the meeting of Congress and but also appropriated a large sum of who know his business never iuterfero is recommended with thorn Whoro tho walls can be may require amendments of the pro Â¬ Hie State Militia is comnliment- - mail cars on the Nnrth hnund the Senate had done little except to money t be placed among the assets reached from tho street ho never asks priety of which you can best judge as ed and a suggestion is made that train took fire and they with their act on some recess nominations aud of the defunct bank The report of the any bodys pormission ttee immediate rejweseatatives of your an The have presented an unusually large Comptroller of the Currency just made annual tax of 25 cents per cap- Â¬ contents were consumed A reporter to whom Joo explained respective constituencies His respect Â¬ ita be imposed upon militiamen baggage car going South was number of bills for reference to com- Â¬ shows that there 1409 claims amount Â¬ his mariner of capturing the sparrows fully suggested that in any changes lor the better equipment of the thrown down an embankment mittees So far the Senate has very ing to 7374 36 not paid because no asked him what ho did with thorn you may deem proper to make care Sell cm answered Joe thirty feet and smashed Seven much the start of the Bouse and in all demand has been made and the where- Â¬ active muitia tihould be taken not to modify serious Â¬ To whom The public school system is people were killed and fifteen probability will keep lu the lead as abouts of the claimants are not known ly the principal features of a bill which Well if you promise not to tell any commended and regret expressed wounded Among the killed was less time is consumed there in debate There are sufficient usseststo pay these bus sttowB such satisfactory results body Ill tell you I sell em to the H does not receive the proper James Severance of Stanford on bills than in the house The in- Â¬ claims whenever called for that restaurants for rec I birds Of course The Governor suggests that the local itaid that The postal clerk The others were dications from what debates hnve CONCERNING FARMERS tho people that buys om knows what seemingly unnecessary expenses colored Normal it deserves sub- Â¬ Fireman Conder of Ohio already taken place in the Senate all JH institute is they are You see real reed birds cost iwpoeed upon the State for crim- mitted to the fostering care of the Avery of Cincinnati Baggage point to many heated political discus- Â¬ Smith Walkar of Woodford coun- Â¬ the restaurants from fifty cents adozan inal prosecutions record books Legislature Master Callen of Cincinnati sions The grave Senators can not ty sold 41000 worth of tobacco this up I soil the sparrors to them from idiots and guards for prisoners be Baggage Master Withrow of Lud- Â¬ stand against the pressure to do some Â¬ year from a 2d farm twenty fivj cents to thirty live cents The message praises the Com regulated accordin Messenger thing to make political campaign Express missioner of Insurance and the low Ky At Bowling Green last week sales of fix em tothecttch Ipuckcmand That all fines aikl forfeitures laws relative to and so the Republicans hnve at afer take that office and Powell of Knoxville Engineer matterthe initiative aud already begun mules were made at 75 to 90 night a up I take I em outom homotho collected be transmitted in full suggests id early In Taylor of Somerset and Miss Jes- Â¬ taken office be that at once to the State Treasury to the dignity the a separateraised sie Green of Cincinnati Shrum to attack the Democrats The latter for 14 baud aud 11 5 to 135 for 14 to morning I cuoss if yon have oaten of and Demand is pretty reed bird pot pie readies on toast or are ever ready to take up the gauntlet 15 band stock and that officers entitled to a per distinct Department from that of was seriously hurt any other way yon must hare oaten and never back down and so the ses Â¬ good oent receive the same by warrant Auditor The smashed cars were burned There haint much sion will beyond any question of doubt A blizzard that has spread out over somo of my catch drawn on the Treasury Suggestions are made looking to to clear the track The loss of be an unusually exciting one It will the Middle Slates passed over Colora- Â¬ difference in tlio taste an durn me If That tle books of tle Auditor the improvement in the sanitary property will reach probably extend away into the hot das of sum Â¬ do Tuesday with little force the mer- Â¬ I wouldnt rathor oat a sparrcr any Â¬ and Treasurer be examined how Theres one di h the sparrers condition of mines and to their 100000 mer and the legislation will be tinct- Â¬ cury not going below zero and very lnnko bolter than reedios an they are That the criminal law be revis- greater safety ured with bids for votes The soldier little snow fell Stockmen report generally used for it Yon take a ed with special reference to at Â¬ TUE LEGISLATURE The excellent condition of the element of the country will no doubt herds doing nicely with prospects of potatcr an split it an scoop out jest tempted assassiations punishing Penitentiary fare well as both parties seem eager smaller loss than for several winters enough of tho pointer to make a hole the perpetrators of this crime marked upon at Frankfort is re- Â¬ The General Assembly of the to show their willingness to legislate past Grass is unusually good for this largo enough to j ut tha spnrrer in and a suggestion with exceptional severity The offered that any appropriation Commonwealth Bjfuro you put the bird iu put an oys- Â¬ of Kentucky con- Â¬ for their good Already there has season of the year classes of felonies bailable should that may be made for the Branch vened in regular biennial session been introduced in the Senate a hill Within the last 10 days D C ter insido o him Shut your potatec be more clearly defined Ier up tic a string around it and bako it Penitentiary at Eddvville be re at Franklort on last Friday to re open the Arrears of Pension Act 20 yearling mules of bought The message is full on the sub Â¬ If yon only had ton dollars an eaeh In the Democratic caucus Hon which will doubtless pass both Houses liune completing that part McGee at 75 per head and 6 potatcr filled with sparrer cost a dollar Willis ject of bribery in elections as fol- Â¬ stricted tocourse and be a flood gate for the flow of mil aireaay in ol construction Ben Johnson of Nelson county of Sam Forsythe tor 525 Also 25 lows before other portions are begun was nominated for Speaker which lions from the Treasury It is as just colts of F T Jame At C7per head youd cnt your ton dollars out if you began onct Oh yes I make plenty The safety of a Republic resides in now as it ever was and for that reason Reports of the Attorney Gener- Â¬ was equivalent to an election and five choice of J B Vnndivierat of money while the sparrors aro get the exereiseof the right of suffrage by al and State Librarian show those Mr Johnson is only 28 years old and because many have already re- Â¬ 80 also iu Boyle county 17 of W B ting ready to quit the town But tho H efcteens uninfluenced by intimhla offices in good condition but is a brilliant lawyer and it is ceived their dues under it it would Arnold at 30 yearling and 2 ol T seasons short Dont for goodness ttea er corruption Attempts haye Hie Governor is of the opinion expected that he will make an ad- Â¬ be difficult to give any good reason for O Prewitt at 8250 4 ir Mrs Julia sako tell them hnsh liou 0 people that bee made by your predecessors to the defeat of the bill It is under- Â¬ Arnold at 85 and 5 of Wm Hern at I told you this thing or I cant sell obeek the evils attending the employ that the law allowing stockholders mirable Speaker John them any more sparrers Piilndeiphia of turnpike companies in which It is with pleasure that we note stood that aSenator on theSherman reis 7750 Harrodeburg Democrat meat ef money in ooutroHiug elec Â¬ News tariff iu preparing speech the State has stock to select the nomination of Hon Green R tees but it is to be regretted that A Galloway cow next season Is to ply to the Presidents message aud uuwHbtaiiding existing legislation directors without any voice from Keller editor of the Carlisle Mer-Â¬ will deliver it soon after the holidays make her home on the top of Pikes MIXED THE LETTERS UP cury for Clerk of the House Mr ea the subject the evil lias already at the btate ought to be repealed aie over The fuct that the message Peak She will be the highest cow on The report of the committee James E Stone of Breckinridge was tateed a magnitude which seriously devoted exclusively to the tariff earth A stable will be built for her Tho DIro Havoc Wrought by Three tit- Â¬ tle Missives eudangers the interests of society Not appointed to attend the Forestry was named for Assistant Clerk will call forth many speeches on that and a burro will pick feed to her She It is a bad practice to write several euly the corrupt practKes employed Congress relative to the planting RobL Tyler of Bullitt for The letters ono job inclose them subject from the Republicans hi both is to be kept there for her milk iu the choice of caudhlates for politi Â¬ and cultivating of trees is recom and P Dawson Senate and House and may result in reason a Galloway has been selected Is velopes atand address tho batch in en- Â¬ Many cal municipal offices but it seems cer- Â¬ mended of Simnson I for Door keeoer r and I little legislation on lllc subject Both because It isorthoughtofshe has the best accidents occur A gontleman who tain that judicial elections are con An increase in the salarv of tli any llie selections are all good the breeds and uses a pencil for his correspondence parties are determined to make a rec lung power ducted with equal disregard of law Secretary of State is recommended everybody is pleased ord and I shall have the pleasure of the thickest jacket to protect her from but makes tho superscriptions in ink and when it is considered that there Is The Governor thinks that Indications point to an early sending you some spicy letters when the cold Eldorado Independent wrote three epistle socured them in but one step between the purchase of lions for local option should not and quiet election of a United our legislators get down to work after There are some crosses that do not envelopes and laid them in order on judicial position and the sale of justice be held on the same day as Many members are result to the best advantage With his dosk Tiio first was to his pros other States Senator Mr Beck is the the holidays the people may well despair of the elections the second to man and will probably have no sp ndiug the two weeks recess at their dogs it Is claimed that the union of a pec ivo mother-in-laproper administration of the laws un Â¬ A board to be composed of the opposition except by the compli- Â¬ homes and some of them will as in hairy with 11 smooth coated dog will his latest and best girl and the last to his tailor Dscovoring tl at tlio ink der so vicious a system of election as Governor Attorney General and mentary vote for some one else the past bring their families back produce worthless flspriug and with was absent in the stand he left his k so often pursued Uuiess these Secretary of State with an appro- Â¬ from the Republicans with them and then the gay season poultry the crossing of birds with rose dosk for a moment Atilerk In search evils are checked the avenues to pro Â¬ priation for the detection of crime The Governors message was will begin combs and single combs has not been of a ruler took up tho top latter that motion in public life will be effectual and the arrest of criminals is rec- Â¬ looked forwithinterestasit prom- Â¬ There have been no public receptions as productive of such good results as lay upon the article and put it below ly dosed to virtuous and intelligent ised to be a document of unusual at the Executive Mansion yet The when single comb breeds have been tho missivo intended for tho tailor poverty and left ojien only to the im Â¬ ommended first will be on New Years day to the bretl togetlieras crosses Experiments Back came tho comploto lottor writor A mild hint is dropped that merit morally wealthy who can buy position letter local legislation ought to be rele- Â¬ If the State had a new Consti- Â¬ officers of the Army aud Navy the in this direction are worthy of atten- Â¬ Ho addressed tho mother-in-la- wfirst in tho aud te the corrupt who will sell the row to his coining tha gated to the courts as far as possi tution relegating all local matters Judicary the Legislative body aud tion rights of a freeman to aggregated and next to Maude tho misplaced opistlo to the Diplomatic Corps The public to the courts so that the Legisla- Â¬ iueerporated wealth The subject deÂ¬ ble The Commercial Bays At the to tho tailor At four oclook that af- Â¬ A half column of the message is ture would have nothing before it will also be received the same day opening of the season hogs were worth ternoon a inilitary Iooxing f malo sit Â¬ mands your serious consideration and aud after that a series of evening re- Â¬ 4 60 per hundred H is believed that you can apply an devoted to Rowan county and the but matters of general interest and now they ting besido an invalid daughter got ceptions will be given I will keep reached 560 The prospects fur black in tho ftoe as sho road on the efficient corrective to this increasing Legislature is requested to inquire the session need not hold bevond your Traders posted on all of them have evil just as your predecessors succeed Â¬ minutely into the condition q the prescribed 60 days packers are very bright as the num- Â¬ stamped papor of the discovered when interesting news can be sent Baby mine your pot will bo ed iu effectually closing the puWic auairs in mat county and do The State Senate held its cau- Â¬ ber of hogs in the West has decreased A matter ot National Is 175000 gambling houses whose existence was something for its relief cus at 11 oclock on Friday with the District Boycot case interest The corn crop being so short ablo after all to get away Havo taken up Laws requiring a more faithful Hon John D Harris of Madison pork producing attended with so many evils It Is States and sprung the tallest kind of a stall on from our Court to the United Stales in the tho Vampire which I will tell you submitted to your consideration that discharge of official duties in ar- Â¬ as Chairman owing to the bogs being light and or about whon wo Senator Harris Supreme Court The questlou is of meet Tuko an inferior quality mess pork and Vesoy street and got thora a cab o the present laws on the subject of rest and punishment of criminals will be even more conspicuous in bucIi importance that at sharp the Supreme lard are going to be fancy bribery at elections are framed on a are suggested articles iu eight with a big appetite for a good the present than in the past ses- Â¬ Court has advanced the case on the false theory Aa the temper should be It is recommended that the sion Mr Harry Glenn of Nich- Â¬ docket so as to give a hearing on the the market supper You sweet little toad it will considered more guilty than the party Office Of Attorney General ho mn olas county was elected Chief 9th of January bo a long day for your old man but although the Court Court day Nicholasvillk who is tempted so he whooflersa verted into a Department of Jus- Â¬ Clerk Wm Cromwell of Frank- Â¬ Is nearly three years behind with its The market was represented wlth eight oclock will havo to makealantl bribe should be punished more severe- Â¬ tice to which all That was tho Commonwealth fort Assistant Clerk T W Cas- Â¬ cases The Lalor Unions are deeply only about 50 head of cattle composed ing and thon hurrah way tlio lightning struck in ono plaoe ly than one who receives it but ex Â¬ Attorneys and other nrnseniitintr tle of Lawrence Sergeant-at-Arm- s interested in it as it is the case of the of calves and yearling steers which Up isting laws Inflict the lighter penalty attorneys report Maudo Joseph B Read of Louis- Â¬ conviction and imprisonment of one sold at advance of from 2 to 3 per head Tricottown in a gorgeous flat epistlo and that the puzzled over this mystic on Die more guilty party But how Â¬ Attorney of Its members for boycotting under over fast months sales with a greater General plan anfl nm ville Door keeper You old J that choviot is tho ever wise may be the laws they are mulgate the directions of the Order demand Ajjfew broke mules sold worst job fru over a uniform svstem nf nrns H that done I but an incumbrance to the statute ecution and ITEMS FROM THE MESSAGE readily at fair prices but little doing thought tho ohooks beat wis world givÂ¬ have an assistant and tho books uuless vigorously enforced an office for the requisite records Washington D C Jan 2 1883 in horses only a few common bred ing mo fits but horc yon arc w orso There is reason to believe that the plugs changed hands There was a than ever I shall certainly have to The Geological Survey is par- Â¬ From Governor Buckners message laws on this subject are more nearly During the X ticularly praised and a sufficient we clip the subjoined Items of general business seemed mas be holidays publioÂ¬ large crowd in town and business w as trysmie one else and I dont want to inoperative at those points where there to practically sus- moderately active The day was raw but you aro certainly getting infernal Â¬ appropriation is suggested to set Interest is most need of their enforcement pended and all persons politicians ly careless Will lot you havj some The report of the Inspector of Mines included devoted themselves to pleas and chilly aud but little disturbance money during tho month but The blame for this can not attach to forth to the world the vast re- Â¬ for a Xmas holidav Im sources of minerals and bring will show a very satisfactory growth of ure and recreation the judicial officers of the tilate for iu Even the Gov Â¬ beastly hard up just now At about an early development of the the mining Industries of the State ernment Department were more than their charges to the grand juries at- Â¬ the moment Maudo K KVeVWt always have imagining hor thatsweothoart was tention Is especially called to this subÂ¬ States natural wealth and that There has been a constant and rapid usually quiet although the members was Ackers Baby ject But with a public knowledge the Director of the Survey be increase of the out put of coal from of Congress had nothing else to do uvuuot B umu mad an I is ine only sale gone completely an medicine yet mido that will remove all infuriated middle axed woman wss that the violation of this law is of continued in charge of the Bureau 1870 when It amounted to only 4228 than to call at the Departments to infantile disorder It contains no Opium 000 bushels to the present time the look after the Interests of constituents or Morphine but gives the child natural making her toilet to go down town alarming frequency few indictments of Immigration yield for the year ending July 1 1887 having claims Deudlnu them for ad eate from pain Piico 25 cents Sold by Goorgos tailor studied this dnouuiont are found and while convictions have Brig Gen John S Marmaduke amounting to 44830000 bushels judication with a dazjd expression Kindest of been had against some persons who W G White Prescrlutloii Drmreist The balls of frionds break to my littlo ono thisun Governor of Missouri died unex- Â¬ When the river improvements uow looked as bare and empty Congress -mm have taken bribes it is doubted that a so far as pleasantnews No Gsorgia to night Cost and Below single instance can be found where pectedly at Jefferson City on last progressing and the railways under moving humanity is concerned as The bank bos a mooting that will no Wednesday night aged 54 years construction and in contemplation they did two mouths before Congress the more guilty offerer of the bribe has Intending to close out my stock of doubt necessitate a run from hero to He lias been unwell since last shall have reached the rich bedscf assembled The Members aud Sena ever been prosecuted In order that Boston will wire you in tho morning you may be fully advised to the ex summer and spent some weeks coal which have been but recentlr rors in the city shunned the building Christmas Goods I will sell at cost aud if that should bo tho case How sad below W G WHITE He discovered the Increase of the out pit as they would a prison not even call Â¬ Druggist 2d lent of public corruption in this res- Â¬ in Europe for his health that this St near Garuett House business ismoot cantba avoided hut ing for their mall but having it sent to pect I recommend that a thorough ex Â¬ walked to his office and remained will be limited only by the demand business and its for both deel3 tf The report of the Commissioner of their residences your doar sakes that 1 must attend to Speaker Carlisle amination be made on the scenes of a few minutes on Sunday and this littlo matter With my love and their occurrence by the General As Â¬ conversed freely and intelligently Insurance will show how fully the availed himself of the quiet of the a kiss your troubled lad At eight luring Wednesday afternoon His interests of the people have been place to spend most of his time in tin sembly Into the practices whioh have is warranted Is been pursued at some of our elections trouble was pneumonia superin- Â¬ guarded in the supervision of the vast Speakers room discussing the make Blood Preparation because it is the best a cab containing a lady stood in Vesoy known It win posi Â¬ street wailing for a business ieur wisdom will then more readily duced by 6ome unkown ill He carefully confided to that bureau So up or the comrujttes with such Tew tively euro all Blood Diseases purifies the bounced tho door open gontloman who and blnrtcdout have these interests been pro- Â¬ trusted counsellors as he called Into whole system and thoroughly builds up the apply to the remedies necessary to was to have entertained the child- Â¬ tected that there has not been since consultation The pressure for constitution Bemember we guarantee it to tho driver the namo of a restau Â¬ correct this growing evil assign Â¬ rant Consider Â¬ ren on that night and the flowers Sold by ing the methods employed by the dif- intended to adorn tlie mansion 1880 a failure of any insurance com Â¬ ment to choice committees ceased soon Druggist W G White Prescription Now my littlo girl tell mo all tho ferent political parlies for nominating were used on the casket and pany working under Its authority In after the adjournment for the holidays nows ho added as ho sprang in and this Slate The taxes collected by the as all claims bad been presented before Childrens Books at Whites Drug his blood froze aud hi3 hair rosa as their candidates It Is but just to the grave State from all the companies author-Â¬ then and nothing more could be done Store his prospective mother-in-lapublic to apply to primary elections dec 13 tf said Lieutenant Governor Moore ized in write Insurance policies except tp You villain I will wait for the award Chicago Trib and nominating conventions as la house becomes Governor trifie lib any Throat or une amounted for the year ending Janu Â¬ With reference to what business done in some other States the same ary 1 1880 to about 38000 while will Senator John D Harris law in regard to bribery that govern I for the present year they haye reach Â¬ there bo first taken up in the House a Cough or Cold or the chUdrea are IVhnn An a luAAn are many conjectures but bejond threatened with Croupor Whooping Cosgh fi Elections appointed by the authori liked the message exceedingly the ed the sum of 3409824 use Ackers Esglhsh Remedy aad pmai Ibanker is captured his hqad is careful- any question of doubt the l tln sV ty or the Commonwealth Uux - well The peotv -1 is a t The report of the Railroad Commis Â¬ It k a peeitiva cure v munrail tA iimKu onre uiai ine nas tariff question will receive ea ly further trouble aJUea of the law it is believed should like docamentj meeting the want ndw itf 10 ni Sa Aono of tho missing gold hidden sioners will sbaw you the Importance wmslderatkHi away The energies of the Solil by yf Q WiiMe Prworiptlou n his epply with equal feree to combinations of the State holow ot the dutlee tkey avo dkcbarg Si tor Ad adsaialrtrmVkfi wt all dlretwl to THE CLIMAX or conspiracies of persons formed for the purpose of violating the laws against them A sad and sudden death occur well-dresse- A Hard pprtanitj the H Moae of EmiujuitSwviallit in Utlarrh Throat fllBi fiySg lleiises ami Pliytfciati III Dr J CienI Wpi M JlJe w clinrgfi Â¬ one tftefc from January 5th to 14th ffliefeuof the which wIllnRunl lh vicinity the rare ami much iieetieu opportunity of consulting a Hpwialht of the most emiieut skill and abi ity During this visit the dictor will not charge his usual leva but examine all cute free and will take mo eae for treatment unless be can cure or greatly benefit Ue same Dr Moore has a good record and testimonials from other eminent physicians of Cluuliitmti ami Covington also many flattering testimonials from his pntienls iu diflereut parts of the ewitilry among whom ire wins f the most prominent citizens of our Stale and many of he leading merchants and ami a great men of Ohio odered for th nfllteted privilege who are iu need of special metlMds ot treatment of obtaining eminent skill without having to leave their business ami families to be treated in force s 1 SrFllw Medii al ihelIIt I- MUutrwilr teat ili Gnfuetf HMe IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY mi THE CELBBjUATBD ip PI FOR Ea EBST E B FARM WAGONS They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them - B1HT TBUSS BOD AUD TUBUUR IE Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at Cities ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES M Â¬ Dr Moflres treatment for Catarrh Throat and Lung diseases is without a doubt n reoillt of tire latest J cIentifle and Mauds without an researches equal lu the treatment of these most troublesome and dangerous aflectHHi and being adopted to home use adds much to its general usefulness ami all who are affected with Catarrh Throat aud Bronchial trouble though it be alight should remember that these are often the forerunners of that incurable disease consumption Sueb laps laraM For One Year Terms the The Best Material The Easiest Call on Mr Pope and examine wagons Dont buy before doing so ailments are often neglected or un skillfully treated until It is too late and all thus afflicted will certaiuly appreciate tho opportunity of obtain ing such advici and treatment as their condition requires 2t WEBSTEE WAGON June 22 CO tf Â¬ Â¬ A nun who bus practiced medieiue for 40 years oujht to know salt from sugar read what be says T01BDO O Library Lamps ANB Rotors SilYer Platefl Knives and Forts or Jan 10 1SS7 c Â¬ Messrs F J Cheney Co Gentle- Â¬ men I havo been In the general practice of medicine for most 40 years and would say that in all my praetice aud experience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of suceeg as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by you Have prescribed it a great many times and its efleet is wonderful and would say in conelushm that I have yet to fiud n case of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would take it according to direction- Yours truly L L GORSUCH AI D Office 215 They can not be surpassed in style workmanship at Tho Ygvi Very best material employed in their ufacture Piaes W Will Quote man Summit St ad We will give 100 for any case of Catarrh that can not be etired with Halls Catarrh Cure Taken internal Â¬ ly F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by J J Brooks 75 ele You will lie- perfectly satisfied U you deal at Whites Di Hg Store n9tr - if you see them Them Iikecant help because you it Tley Are Precisely WM You fail Â¬ and reliable Medicines are thebest todepeadupoa Aekers Blood El Â¬ ixir has been prescribed for years for all ira puritiesoftlieBlood In every form of Scrof Â¬ ulous SypbiliticorMercarislI diseases it is invaluable Fur Rheumatism has no equal W G Whlti Prescription Druggist Syrap ef Figs Ts Natures own true laxative It is the most easily taken and tlie most effective remedy known to Cleanse the System when Bilious or Costive to dispel Headaches Colds and Fevers to cure Habitual Oinstiitatiou Indiges tion Piles etc Manufictiired only by the California Fig Syrup Comiwiiy Sun Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis 12jau ly fA VJvw Our stock of Queens ware and Glass ware and especially our Decorated Di ker and Tea Sets is full and attractive COFFEES SUGARS and other Staple Groceries Goods Junc22 BEST GRADES OP TEAS Canned also tf E -- G G FRANCIS 1HT X IN-- 1 1- I -- I Linen V Bor ks decl3 tf V at Whites Drug Store vrw on joy your dinnor J A Â¬ pepsia They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation Wo guarantes them 25 and GO cents W G White Piescriptinu Druggist by Dys j rYv and aro prevented Tablets use Ackers Dyspepsia Pi Hfifj same SI I am simply over stocked and must reduce pil Local Produce Markets CORRECTED ARNOLD W8KKLY BY COV1JCGTON BRO GROCERS IRV1XK STREET RICHMOND KY w Richmond Ky Jan Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs 3 Sugar Cured Harm Bacon Hams Country CHrcd Butter Chickens Eggs i 50 1 TaHow Beeswax Meal Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 Bs Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard f5athers wheat reduced to ou cents 2sKc j5c 1315C Pine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduce 2K5C to 6v cents i520c 00 752 20c Nice Papers wblh 5 cents reduced 1S88 Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth SO NOTE THE PRICE 2a3 1 o75c 00 252 50 15 cents li2Kc 40500 1 5 450c 4050 son-in-la- w 23c i5ioc 575c Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced toj iu cents io35 25 at Oats per bushel Orchard Grow German Milltt Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass Red top seed Sweet Potatccs Irish Potatots 1 3 5 sed REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cent 575 per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selecJ 7SS t ooi 25 00 tions as goods are bound to go quick at price 75 named 003 24s i ii ii Everything at RBBHCEB PRIGESJ 25 20 JIi3 tf GEO M WILLGING QUEEH AND CEESCENT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Eoads - Â¬ TV QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVtmiB LINE TO New- - Orleans Texas Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Meridian Vicksburg and all the At POWDER Tliis powdur trover varies A marvel of purity streuttli and whnlexomenets More economical than the onllnary kinds anil cannot be t ol 1 In competition with the mul Â¬ titudes otlo test Rhort weight alum or phos Â¬ phate powdets bold only In cans Bovai PriicWMts Sot East ai Soils COAST Absolutely Pure Co 106 THE SOUTnEHN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC rAiminiv ft nl luuiiuilw mill 1TV4 mHn rtlllb XltHlia Seeniaeaad mm CSMkiiull Bakimq PoJjEa Jnue 22 tC WauSUN Y the Important atlas of UteotUli witboatofaasge MaMtTin nwlT ml TAYincrtan fm r Only I wish to lent for the year sion at oncethe 18SS LinoMBTHSTO JA0RJOIfVLE Flutst Palace JteSMSteeftor FLOR1DAt Uolr DaSfct Ourum Fallinaii posses Â¬ Stair Bwn a PaMern w cWV SIlVlfVfONS it - rurtto iuv Draefhfc stkjrrf on the oT CJ srnu nf land and godS house with ten ranmt kaU milttfrom ceijirt houue well watered with Uvo krge bd ttw sum swtalHe ior persm wno wan o euiove 10 itJChmond to eJu catetheir Ursn Would mete an v cellcHt dalryj PLACS Irv rite tttrfmilce firm tintiuf r1niiinit iThUit TbiMii lb therefore saved transfer aerosa the Wty and are awwetf Nearly All the Leading Railroads mMtcS39i jn riujnnr Tift OllPmi Jinrl flrftsnmit wi i int JoBmsy aUeeded iriU rf J Travel asc2 it HB DILLINGHAM QtSWiaSHiateaawt JWSBHI AkmlBvci The modeof enjoying Chrislmas has changed materially iu Madison coun Â¬ WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 18ES ty Fewer parlies were given than ever before known but more presents An SSOO jack the property of ilr There was not a parly of any conse Â¬ quence In the county so far as we can jGeo P Dealuerage tiled last week hear But the like of Cnristmas pres Â¬ Mr R P- Fux sold III bay saddle ents made was never knowu AnF elding to Mr Wilson of Carlisle for many of them were costly presents too Nobody could have believed that the 10 16 Rev V E Hamilton and wife hnve numerous iM and 25 pres Â¬ freniovol to oue of the cottages on ents seen in different houses would be disposed of hut thoy were Christ Â¬ IHullie street mas goods were terhaps never bo Mr B C PotU and family have re- to town and occupy their cleanly sold out t moved tack - HE CLIMAX SrffliJence ou Htti street Committee of Entertainment Mrs Wm Bullock Mrs James M Logan Mrs J T Davis Mta Mattie Beard Mrs Wilson Escott Mrs R A Smith Mrs James Guthrie Miss Maytne Messrs H J kihI W M Burton of Bullock Xnksville will teae4i a select school at Court Day East Berustadt beginning the IGtu Fair crowd iu town but business re-Â¬ TLe course will include Latin Greek igned dull Not many cattle on the Oennau Freooh and book keeping market and a few if any changed fcilas Cobb the yoHHg lawyer who hands A number of mules on the liKS made his home ih this city for the market Geutry Bros of Danville jias t sis moutits 1ms eoueiuded to re bought 24 cotton mules prices paid tura to Omtlia where he will here were 75 to 120 Carrllhers and bb ia a young Beard of Lexington bought 10 cotton after reside Mr nan of ability and we are confident mules prices ranging from S0 to 110 will soon be classed anions the best Fox Bros bought 2 mules for 225 No We wish him the sheep on the market Tuesday was a lawyers of Omaha btst of success Nebraska City Times continuance of Court tiny and a good Capt J Speed Smith agent of the nmiiy people were iu town There were a number of mules on the market Haitford Fire Insurance Co preeuted IjlKCliXAXoflke with a very hand Â¬ Mr Robt Miller sold to Mr Mc Clel land of Bristol Tenu 20 mules at s me hthitgraph of Hie Hiht Hon 106 per head 2720 Mr Samuel B Win E Gladstone M P Thanks Fox tM 27 mules to the same party a fully Capt Smith ami we shall be for 2700Gentry Brotbenor Danville glitl to have our friends call and see purchased a few moreou Tuesday from a good picture of this world renowned 75 to 135 statesman mmm Mr William Arnold has sent two caw f mules South but thus far the market has not been what he would like Kentucky River readied a stageou January 1st slightly pajst fordluK and yesterday a Meawer left Ford for Beat- lyville Dr Giles Harris Waco ofJera his profioual services to the public ac cording to a eard found elsewhere in this issue m A number of persoiM took advantage ot the ice season on Thursday and FiJiy last and filled or nearly tilled tfctir ice bouses with iee 2i inches thick A winter circus has been inaugurated lu New York with r full menagerie aid 100 performers by Mr Frank A Rubbius It will be here in about tLiee months Mr and Mrs Larkiti Mullins re-Â¬ ceived a handsome Xew Year gift from a relative in Paris France It cuuists of ten superb rose the finest that could be secured iti The C H Rreek property on the corner of Lancaster Avenue and Breek ereet was sold at nublie sale on Thurs- Â¬ day to Messrs J Stone Walker and S Parkes for 8006 Wilkes and is to go upon the circuit next year Another filly by Hylas was the next sllmvn Last lu description but not least by any means is a weauling filly by Red Wilkes Highland Park Stock Farm is on the Irvine pike a mile and a half trom Richmond In conclusion the 8tocb Farm says Mr Henry Traynor the proprietor of Highland Park has turned Ida whole attention to the interest of his trotters and has already proven himself exceedingly successful in bring- Â¬ ing out speed as lu Susie S R P Fox and others We will more than likely hear from Mr Traynor again next season If there be any Daughters of Rebecca thing iu blood conformation and in- Â¬ A lodge of this degree was instituted telligent handling His stock have by Grand Master Reed ou Thurs wintered well bo far and should they day Dec 29 The following officers continue so to do he will show a fine were elected stable of trotters iu the spring Mrs Caddie A Reed N G Masonic Elections Mrs Amanda T Million V G WB White RSNG The annual elecliou of officers of the Mrs Matlle Tribble L 8 N G F A M lodge No 25 occured TuesJ H Nicholson R S V G day night in the lodge room A B Juett L S V G supper was set at Dioellis after Hie Mrs Ada Juett Secretary election which wns a grand affair Mrs Nannie E Clowers Treasurer Officers elected were B CStockton R Tudor Warden W M John Bennett S W Claude Mrs Lula Frazee Conductor Smith J W 8 Parkes Treas S L Midkiir Outside Guard B J Newiou 8e Sara Bennett S M B ArbucRle Inside Guard D Tom Curtis J D M Laylor Ty- Â¬ A J Tribble Chaplain ler J J Brooks and J E Greeuieaf Â¬ Â¬ m Christmas Mies Bessie Miller while cloth pink surah sash Mrs Dr A V Smith street owtume hello trope velvet and cloth diamouds Mi s Phceba Forman pink cloth Mesr O H Chenault L Bright W S Hume G Hughes W B Bright O W PhelrJs W R Shackel- Â¬ ford C B Hume J H McDowell R T Irvine H Chenault E R Charl choff W R McDowell E T Burnam and A F Dudley amber jewelry KIHKMVILLE is Improving rapidly The infant son of Mr B F Tevi J Miss Annie Hlggius closed her school in Fayette and Is now at home Mr M Burton closed his school for the holidays and is with us at present UiU 1 Prof Weir a former teacher of Elliott Institute is now in the village Miss Maggie WJImore ed school lu Richmond home who attend- Â¬ is now at Belliserant Ladies The subjoined card received by the editor of The Climax explnhies Itself We suppose tbeB L stands for the heading wlilnh we give above j Com Â¬ petitive Grecian Drill The youne ladies of Company B L will be glad to have you attend their Competitive Grecian Drill and Mask Promenade Concert at Laysons Hall Shelbyviile Thursday December 27 1887 at 8 Stewards The Leap Year parly on last Mon- Â¬ day evening given by Miss Miuva Phelps at her beautiful home Dream Â¬ ing Creek Heights was a great success The house was brilliantly lighted with colored lights and decorated beautifully with mlsletce Canvass was stretched over the parlors fur dancing The young ladies entertained very hand Â¬ somely and saw that none of the gentle Â¬ men were wall flowersnnd a most charm iiiK evening was eujiyed by all Miss Catherine Phelps assisted Miss Miuva to receive and entertain their guests Miss Cutherine had on a magnificent coslumeof blue plush en traitie with gold lace and wheat embroidered iu gold diamonds Miss Miuva had on a decollete costume or white surah silk We are sorry not lo be able to give the names of all present but the re- Â¬ port of the party came just before going to press Mrs J M Cotton received tiie medal that was given by Miss McCanu the TO MAMM WHERE H J STRENGi STORE Art teacher Mr George Burton closed his school at Sulphur Well several days past aud is now at home Mr Walker Tevls who has been in Alabama for a while has been at home several days ou account ol the illness of his brother Mr Thomas Wearen who has been attending school at Georgetown is at home and Mr Frank Tevls who has been atleading school in Richmond is also ut home Miss Ruth Jones who has been teaching nt little Hickman Jessamine county returned home accompanied by her two little nieces Misses Elizabeth and Dream Richardson Â¬ 01 H LOUISVILLE HIS SLEDGE HAMMER ARGUMENTS ARE BOUND TO WIN He has cut prices right in two He wants to get rid of his goods and wants your Because he has the goods and has money and says he is bound to have it Why made prices that will be eye openers to all who have been in the habit of paying high prices for gjoods Bear in mind that oclock p it Park Treasurer John G Taylor Secretary Elijah Waldcn 8 D J W Bonny J D J F Hill 8 D PERSONAL The following officers were elected for the ensuing year for Berea Lodge Mr Marshall McCormick of Conway No 617 F A M I C Davb W M E T Fish S W G E An- Â¬ wm in the city Saturday derson J W J J Moore Treas Mr Robert McCreary visited friend b W Pigg Seel C M Rawllngs S in Lexington last week D A J Hamilton J D T H Coyle Miss Mary Hume left WeJncsday for a visit to relatives in Danville J D Hamilton Lodge No 578 Mr Sam Black spent last week with located at Union City John Mr Miller Ward in Cynthiana Hill W M Martin Bowman Mist Lulu Byrnes of Shelbyviile spent 8 W Irvine Asbill S D Horace the holidays with Mrs AJ Reed ST Mr Walter Jones and Mr Joe Hlg gius who have been absent for some time came back to spend the holidnjs with their many frieuds who are glad to meet them again but they will leave again soon for - Washville Tenn where they have been a portion or the time V GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES are his SLEDGE HAMMER AEGTJMENTS and he has a complete line of the very best Dry Goods of all kinds such as UNION CITY Â¬ Madison Lodge No 183 KIrksvllle W P Prewitt W M Silas Reagan 8 W J Mc Cotton J W N B Coy Treasurer J M Smith Secre Â¬ tary J O Mob ley 8 D A J Ross J D John Prewitt S T Kingston Bales W Lodge M- - No 315 W Glbbs S W G WTodd J W William Boul ware Treasurer T C Witt Secretary A W Creekmore 8 D W C Wal- Â¬ ker J D Alex Todd 8 T Waco Lodee No 338 W D W M E O Grinstead James Lykins J D D Zittle urer W T Fielder Secretary Grinstead S D John White Slielton Harris 8 T er J J W Puck 8D Treas- Â¬ Smith J D Shooting On Wednesday night of last week George While Jr sou of the well known printer shot uud dangerously wounded Frank Couway The wound Â¬ ed man is keeper of McKennas bill- Â¬ iard hall and the trouble arose over the payment fur 11 game of pool White tiii went to the jail after the shooting CmI Yard Change and demanded admittance but was W K Denny sold on last refused the turnkey thinking that Mr Thursday to Messrs D R Geo For White was drunk and did not know nun Ins Ieae on the MeCord ware what he was talking about or doing Loie and owl yard The new firm the turnkey not having heard of the will be glad to have the patronage of the shooting While then left town but community and will furnish you with was caujjht in Rockcastle county and the best of owl returned lo Richmond Saturday night and is in jail Hia trial is set for to firaHd Opening moriow Conway is wounded in the Messis Tnbb4e Blount ulli have left lung the ball passing through the a grand ofieuiiig iu their new large arm and handsome store house First 1elkeHan Resigned A Mershou who for years has been oil the poliee foroe of Iticli moud sent in his resignation last Thursday He has made aff excellent t flit er aud tlie successor will have a difficult lak iu giving equal satisfac Mr A John strett ISSh 011 at will be Friday evening January 6 oclock A band of music on hand and all kinds of re The Tree A Richmond Â¬ 3Ian Tumbles Down an Ele- Â¬ freshments served at Ford It is said that the Chiistmas tree at Ford eclipsed eveiy thing of the kind in both Clark and Madison The largest crowd ever assembled at Ford was present Miss Doliie Irvine of Lebanon and Mis Laura Shaekel ford of Richmond arranged the tree Dr Blantou is baipy over the result Fear Score ad Seven January 1st was the Celebration of the 67th birthday of Yeatmau Dozier who was born near Foxtown Madison county He located in an early day two miles North ot Winston Estill county where he now resides He is hale and hearty fond of reading and reads the finest print without the uses of spectacles A Novel vator Shaft two oclock this morning About William Chriftopher a printer living at No 875 West Sixth street fell down the shaft of the elevator of the new building No G4 Longwoith street and had a narrow escape from death Christopher is employed by the American Press Company on the fourth floor of the building He fin Â¬ ished work about two oclock and started down stairs When lie reach Â¬ ed the second floor lie turned to the right instead of the left and fell down the shaft He struck the lauding of the first floor and bounded iuto the cellar a fall of nearly thirty feet His cries a tl rue ted the men tmployed on the fourth floor They hurried down and assisted Christopher from the cel- Â¬ lar He was not seriously Injured Two friends assisted him home Cin cinnati Enquirer 27th New Year Changes Calendar Something new iu the way of a calendar has been sent out by the Pope Manufacturing Company of Btstou Mas It is in the form of a pad or a bonk with blauk space under each day for memoranda It is neat and Convenient and one will he sent you ou application The printed matter coutails valuable information Western Wealth Such eonflieliug reports are heard from various sources that it Is a relief to read a reliable statement of the actual situation of the farmers stock- Â¬ men and business men of the West such as is contained in a pamphlet just iseued under the above title The statistics given are the latest oflicia figures Parties desiring this pamph Â¬ let can secure a copy free by address Â¬ ing C H Warren Gen Pass Agent St Paul Minn Yonns Han do You Want a Situation There is no better lever for success than the thorough and Practical Busi Â¬ ness Course at the Commercial College of Keutucky Uuiveisity at Lexington Ky A laige number of our most prominent Bosk keepers and success- Â¬ ful business men of this town and county are its graduates and advocates Read the advertisement of this College iu another column and write to Prof Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky for circular and inducements offered our town and county boys and young ladies and gentlemen to attend this College View of the Capitol Mr C W Batch of the McCaoc Advertising Company Washington D C lias been In the oily this week securing ads for an advertising obarL The center piece is ajupleadldly exe- Â¬ cuted photograph representing the CapHol at Washington and forms a very artistic and attractive way of ad Â¬ vertising He secured quite a number of advertisers and placed a chart in each of three places Post offlce Willis House and Garnett House The printing was done at The Cumax Priming Office and any changes ln jmce or advertisements Covington Bro have Arnold moved iuto their handsome new store on Wesl Main street and F C Hays has removed Ins dry goods establish Â¬ ment from First street to the larger buildiug on Irvine street adjoining the Post office which was vacated by Cov- Â¬ Bro ington Arnold Tribble 4c Blount have removed their stock of groceries from their stand on First street to the house which Hays vaca ted six doors below their old stand on First street Shackelford Gentry have removed into their new house on tiie burnt district on Main street and the Adams Express Com pany hnve removed from their old stand on Second street to the house vacated by Shackelford Gentry on Main street D P Armer has remov ed Iiis jewelry establishment from Second street to the house recently occupied by Mr T J Smith as a dry goods establishment on Main street Mr T J Smith lias stored his goods over Lyters Clothing store on Main street and over Fox Bros livery stable - Highland Park Stock Farm WIIIhaveouiareand attention The Kentucky Slock Farm Devotes nearly three columns 10 the home of Susie S and other promising horses of McKee Traynor The rejKirter gives an account of the following hones as they were led from their stalls for his in spection The first horse was John stallion by Red Wilkes Wilkes the next led out was Bob B brown colt by Hurableto nian the third was SusieS 220 by Hylas Lissa Belle was the next to make her appearance she is a yearling filly by Mambrino Eric The uext shown wan a dark iron grey colt 2 years old by Hylas The next wns u grandson of the great Harry Wilkes by Tommy Wilkes a handsome bay geld ing Kit 8 a chestnut by Hylas this colt gelding is made very much IlKe Susie S The dam of Susie S has another fine colt which was next shown by Boggs Grey Eagle Filzhugh iiuother good stallion by King Rene was Jed out R P Fox sorrel gelding with three months handling trotted a mile lu 228 came Bexti Joe D was then shown he Is 2 years old by Bishop Sheriff Deatherage went to the Post Capt M Brlow of Richmond Ky office and returned yesterday has commenced the manufacture of his John Smith has returned from a Thursday evening the young people wonderful machine for demonstrating visit to his next door neighbor of Richmond wended their way to Astronomy the planetarium It is the Misfortune seems to have befallen wards the residence of Mr and Mrs most remarkable invention of the age a Hazel Green distillery A postal Lexington Drummer James Bennett aud after dispensing card received here last week reads as with the heavy wraps that had been Mrs T C Baldwin and daughters used to keep off the cold and the de- Â¬ Miss Mamie and Ollie have returned follows December 22 887 scent from the dressing rooms to the from Mr Sterling On the evening of Mr phillip little co has Inclined dancing rooms was made a prettier the 29th Miss Mamies relatives Messrs or still iug for the presen sea pleasing one wns never C D and E J Grubbs gave her a the idea sight or a more to expose of our seen The floors of the large double handsome entertainment music by the sen au We Wnut Stills the Concern has fale parlors were polished with wax until Mt Sterling band tiiey fairly shone aud grouped about Hereunder we give a collection or the last remarks made by noted peo- Â¬ iu the spacious apartments were young ple on last Saturday uight before the RELIGIOUS ladies aud gentlemen with their varied old year expired toilets making an animated tableaux I trot there Eli that was particularly pleasing Misses The Rev Dr J W Pratt of Louisville Mary aud Elise Bennett looked after Who struck me Billy Patterson who has so many warm admirers at Youre right Roger the pleasure of each guest in such a place has accepted a call to preachthis at My horse had oodllusof oats Carter charming manner that every one had Savannah Ga for the winter and has My colt swam the river to get a a most delightful evening The Rogers left for his new field drink Thompson Baud furnished the music and the My ducks went wards Ward company danced the Waltz Polka Prof Hagerman will conduct the ser- Â¬ Ill do whats right about it Harris Schottische Military Scottische Lan Â¬ vices at the Pond church on every first I never repeat Shakespeare cers aud several real jolly quadrilles and third Sunday in tSS8 except January That was a good iossum dinner aud swung ou the corners until heart when it will be on the third and fifth White was content The following particiElder C P Williamson has accepted They say Im cranky Grindstone pated in the dancing Misses Annie Christmas oughlutve come on Chenault Mary Neale Bettie Arnold the call to the Christian church this place and preached the first sermon on Sunday Mattie McDowell Bailie Shackelford its a day lost Dusch Wheres Parrish Numerous Cli- Â¬ Phcebe Forman Belle Clay Delia last Sunday This is what ought to have ents Rimsey Lila Cheuault Callie Chen- Â¬ occurred years ago ault Nettie Stockton Lula Broustou Im not a dude Col Brook Mary Formau Lizzie Barrett aud Tiilie I was there wheu the light went DIED out Moses Tribble Messrs Rodes Shackelford Percy and Charlie Breck William aud Its a purty far paper Uncle Jim Died on Saturday Dec 17 in Glade mie Tom Moberly C B and W Hume Whats the chance for a railroad H Cheuault Lacy and W B Bright Pretinct Miss Halley Mitchell only Geo Phelps J H and W R Mc- Â¬ daughter of Mr Ephraim Mitchell in Estill Co Man her 19th year Let er go Gallagher Dowell Geo Evans James Dudley Funeral services were held iu the Newland Junes O H Chenault aud I had no reference to allusions Ir- Â¬ Silver Creek Baptist Church of which vine John Bennett she had been a member for four years Re v M Noel of Lancaster under The Cinderella German Club gave whose preaching she joined the church one of its handsomest germans in the conducted the services and part was Remaining unclaimed hi the Post parlors of Dr aud Mrs A W Smith taken by Principal Hunting and Pro Â¬ office at Richmond Kyt week ending 3 1888 ou last Friday night The Kalian fessor Wright of Berea Her death Jan Bronston F F Gentry Miss Ollie baud of Lexington composed of three was a triumph of Christian faith as Bronston T B Maxberry Laura pieces a violin harp and maudolin her life had been a manifestation of BerUen Mrs Mary Montgomery Lucy discoursed the sweetest of music Christian love The whole communi- Â¬ Cochran Mrs M E Wilden Silas through the parlors for the dances ty gathered lo honor her memory and Advertised matter will bo held two The favors were exceedingly pretty young as she was her works do fol Â¬ weeks after date of advertisement and bright and attractive Every young low her and her Influence for good then if undelivered will be sent to the dead letter office lady looked her best and danced at will iou be feit W Post office hours from 6 A M to 7 p light as a fajry As for the young men si Money order and registered letter A H Ford formerly a prominent hours prompt 7 a Jr to 6 v u they looked well every one knows J B WILLIS P M that the Richmond youug geutlemeu hardware merchant of Richmond can not be excelled for courtesy or died suddenly at his home in Missis good danciug The young gentlemen sippi on Sunday January 1 18S8 in DR GILES HARRIS were discussing the irermau before re-Â¬ the 76th year of his age The remalus WACO KY tiring aud this was the unanimous reached Richmond yesterday aud the conclusion that for handsome women fuueral will take place from the Meth Oilers his professional services to the jau4lf handsome dressing and beautiful danc odic church to day at 11 oclock public ing the Richmond ladles could not be thence his burial in I he Richmond Every successful poultry raiser Rev Dr Henderson will excelled Col O H Cheuault and cemetery knows the good of a certaiu cure for Miss Delia Ramsey led The following officiate Ganters Chicken Cholera The deceased was well and favorably cholera young ladies aud gentlemen were pres Â¬ ent Miss Delia Ramsey pink trlco known In Richmond and Madison Cure has been demonstrated to be the olive velvet pauuels aud natural flow- Â¬ county He was born in Rockbridge best chicken medicine ever introduced ers MUs Lila Chenault white and counly Va May 16 1812 but remov Â¬ It never falls Sold by Stockton ed to Huntsville Alabama when Willi black silk costume entrain diamonds Miss Annie Cheuault white cloth cos- Â¬ youug where he became Clerk of the The Popular Approval tume blue surah trimmings he resided in Miss Court Subsequently Or the efforts of the California Fig Nashville for many jenrs Thence he Bennett white cloth costume Syrup Company lo piesenl to the pub- Â¬ Miss Lula Broustou pink brocaded removed to Mississippi the home of lic an agreeable and effective substitute Bilk entrain embroidered plush front his wifes family In 1872 he and his for the bitter nauseous liver medicines with-- snow hails marguerite orna- Â¬ estimable wife removed to Richmond aud cathartics formerly used is as ments Miss Callie Chenault blue to be with their only daughter Mrs as it is 26oct C H Breck After a residence here gratifying to the Company surah entrain passamentrie aud lace credible to the good taste or the public trimmings diamonds Miss Bailie or several years ho returned to Mis Â¬ The largo and rapidly increasing sale Shackelford Irico lace drajieries gen sissippi having been stricken with or Syrup or Figs and the promptly darme blue waist Miss Annie Urni parabsh For more thin fifty years beneficial effects ofa single dose are ston whits cloth blue velvet trim Â¬ he was a member of the Methodist convincing proofs that It U the most mings 3 Miss Nettle Stockton brocade church which it is vaid he JoVeU cosily taken and the most pleasantly shall pistacbe green trimmings above all else effective remedy known dec2 ii Â¬ Christmas Entertainments On last Wednesday evening a few friends took the residence of Col Jas T Shackelford by storm and dancing was indulged In until a late hour The cold weather inspired the people as Â¬ sembled to dance and never was it entered into witli more zest and pleas- Â¬ ure than on this occasion Mr W B Bright had his violin and Mr Rodes Shackelford manipulated the ivory keys on the piano asisted by several young ladies so a perfect rime was had and enjoyed by ail Those present were Misses Annie Chen ault Mary Nenle Mariawillie Smith Phoebe Forman Bessie Miller Pattie Miller and Elise Bennett Messrs Tom Moberly Percy Breck Rodes Shackelford Curtis Hume Harvey Cheuault Will Bright W R and J H McDowell The Christian church will be nearly broken up by the departure of Mrs She has been a valuable Miss Minva Phelps went on Wednesday Wells member in very many ways and last for a visit to friends in Stanford is therefore a sad loss Rev Harry Henderson of Versailles Three fourlhs of our citizens ou spent Christinas week with hi parents Monday evening went to College Hill Miss Smith of Bourbon was the guest to the oyster supper where they found of Miss Mctlie Henderson several days a beautiful supply of everything that last week a hungry man could wish and also a Mrs Rukard Hurd and Mr Woodroe nice crowd of ladies aud gentlemen of Cincinnati are visiting at the Misses Mr C T Wells had a sale on Satur Â¬ Walkers day last It was such a bad rainy Miss Mariaw llllc Smith spent Friday day but few people were present and and Saturday with Miss Louise Goodloe consequently little was sold Mr Wells ami family will move to Rich- Â¬ of Lexington mond Tuesday and Dr T J Fain Mr J W Miller of Louisville spent will move into the house of Mr Wells the holidays with his daughter Mrs Dr in Union City on Wednesday A W Smith We have not had much Christmas Mr W E Cabell formerly of this The young people have had a few place who has been at Little Rock Ark parties in this neighborhood At one for some time U now at Camp Knox of the stores in this place Chrl itmas Ky Eve night they had a general jubilee Miss Bettie Arnold who has been banjo picking patting aud dancing spending the vacation at home returned until 11 oclock Everybody paid lor to Shelbyviile to school the first of this what they got except the banjo picker who was trfaed to apples by one or his week friend Mr Emmett Dickson of Paris attend Â¬ Your humble servant saw old Santa ed the tenth anniversary of the wedding of Prof and Mrs Wilson on Tuesday of last Claus Tuesday on the public road next week to Cow Spring churcli He was a very old man seemed to be about SO years Mr- - Morris Long one of the teachers old very dirty and ragged That in the Deaf and Dumb Institute Dan- evening he arrived at Captain Nolands ville formerly of this county was here and remained all night Santa could on Monday not speak 4 word of the English Ian- G B Nolaud brought him to Mi s Pattie Cochran his returned from guage a delightful visit to relatives and friends the poor house on Wednesday mornat Nashville Gallatin and other places ing Â¬ Â¬ Dress Goods Flannels Blankets Slmwls Jeans Lindseys Calicoes Domestics c COMPLETE LINE OF CLOTHING such as Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys - OVERCOATS c c BOOTS ANE SHOES OF ALL KINBS HATS TRUCKS AND FURNISHING- GOODS CAPS Last but not least the very best thing pertaining to the styles and qualities in Cloaks Jackets and Short Wraps We inaugurate with this day one of the greatest sales of goods ever known in Richmond THE PRICES OF EVERYTHING so CUT CUT CUT that everybody can buy We want to double our sales this December over last year and we will do it if prices are any criterion You want goods and I want money I make prices that will bring it DONT FAXI TO GIVE ME A LOOK AlffD YOU WIIX LEARN WHAT SIcIQDE ElAMMER arguments mean They are bound to go Come ane see me H J STRENG LOUISVILLE STORE g in Tennessee Miss Belle Clay has been spending the holidays at home and returns this week to Miss Armstrongs school on Mt Auburn Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ THIN COLUMN Bill Snirkins wiiiked1 his left eye one day this week JA HEW GROCERY Higrg ins OH x UPPER Ml STREET JW CROOKE F B CROOKE New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brantk and qualities h 7S STAPLE PA1TCY GEOCEEIES Queensware Glassware Woorteinvre Dry Goods Notions Ladies Uderwear Gloves THEY KEEP EVERYTHING T Canned Goods such as Corn Peas Beans Peaches c Tomatoes auglO 1 Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs have developed exceptionally extension fine mineral stock and farming districts Maps anj full particulars free upon ap- Â¬ plication to C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn yr MONTAlMAlil0 omnll 1LE of WHISKY Y virtue of three warrants c in favor I s Jt Uy 11 H -- Xltii LETTERS THE- - of the United States against Thot From M Warren I will sell to the highest bidIN MINNESOTA premises O X U U IV an exclusive grain country der for cash on the Madison of said War county Ky Minnesota is beint rapidly transformed ren neir Edenton into the finest stock and dairy state in the on Union Cheap lands still obtainable convenient to railroad Particulars free upon application to C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn at ii oclock A M - one seventy fire gallon COPPER STILL with cap and Centers The build worm complete and TVI rO VV nusiness Ej VY ing of railroads in a new and X fertile country creates many new towns Six of affording excellent business opportunities Particulars regarding such opportunities in Mflntana Minnesota and Dakota wiM serial Noe 4 5 6 7 8 and 9 three of be sent upon application to C II War- Â¬ which are Bourbon and three Rye m bond and subjec te lkc tax afeo ren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Â¬ Â¬ Saturday Jan 7 1888 Barrels Whisky DRY GOODS LINE Dakota never had better crops than those just har vested Many opportunities to secure fine Government lands recently surveyed near excellent coal fields and adjacent to railroad Maps and full particulars free upon application to C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St Pan Minn 1 North A TRAGJvOF LAND -- they sell at the same prices you have to pay for the same Goods UT Â¬ AFT EASTERN MARKET Son ask and bounded as follows of Kentucky river On the waters beginning at a stake in the yard of said M Warren ninety nine feet Thomas from the north corner of said Warrens residence thence one thousand and twen ty feet wet to a walnut bosh thence outh ninety nine feet to a Beech tree MfllJflO Are you mortgaged pay thence east one thousand and twenty feet ing heavy rents or run to corner of T M Warrens residence 1 nin Can you thence north ninety nine feet to the be behind move to a new location Excellent lands ginning or so much thereof as will be cheap which will increase in value several necessary to raise the sum of iojoj fold in five years No other such oppor- and the costs herein tunities existing Full particulars free W II MARTIN upon application to C 11 Warren Gen Deputy Collector decS 2t Pass Agt ISt Paul Minn hituated Â¬ -Â¬ You cannot buy in New York or Philadel phia the Goods they handle at lower prices than Crooke Of Crops is an un known experience in Northern Dakota and Minnesota Maps and Ml particulars re- Â¬ garding lands prices etc- - sent free Ad- J dress C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St T L U Jb li 1 Li Til Central and T 1 U CIIAS S POWELL GEO Y FORMAN POWELLFORHAH x aui IMHMI Fire Insurance We represent the following Insurance Companies and solicit your patronage Guardtaa of LosidoflrAssets Queen of Liverpool German of FYeepert Commercial Union of London FtreraaRsPMadefCat Total Fund - Cloaks and Jackets in Large GO AND SEE fHEM tf Variety Eie V WORK FOR ANOTHER JL or on a small salary Why con tinuc working on a worn out farm Why try to secure a living from such high priced or heavily mortgaged forms Why work on rented land Why not start for yourself Why not secure at once some of the low priced but very fertile and well located lands adjacent lo railroad now to be obtained by those going tj Northern Dakota and Minnesota where 30U can make a larger net profit per acre than on the high priced or worn out land you now Why not go and look the situaoccupy tion over and see- tor yourself or at least obtain further infcrmat on which will be rent free if you will address C II- - 0 Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn 5 it i Mu WH II 250323 11 o 3VSO eo aisvii4 so 3048844 70113 o P 3C Â¬ - f557u FoxatAx office 00 Second Street and FotmaRVat Kswnswt Roller Mitts dec-S--iy X3PPwsir Powsat 2Sdeciy Rooms j I keure paid Mtt Ibe hrteml X tol in I have three targe comfortable and Ike sauMlwy with W CWS good rooms for vrenr over ray store on Gormky ACo and am no iuiigtsr mnJ Main street For particulars call and see iteeteu with the house C C WALLACS dWStf T J tlRiasktife Uecst U for Bejjt 1VTOTICE bh3 lis It v n NEWS PARAGRAPHS lull county prenotl her husband Curfcttnas Mrs Wesley Ray of Mart Â¬ Day wRb a quartet of babies twn girls a bride began Boili layers reached and two boys AH are deing well this place got the papers and were close together on the return trip By Mfg McCRHley f Chhwpo who ebot and killed her husband for bis In a mishap o Buekleys horse Thomp- Â¬ fideittty baa been disobarged from son secured the pUe by three minutes ouatedy the Coroners jury relating The latest from Merehead is the good a verdict that Mie was Insane ami ir results of the temperance revival now respeHMNe for bin sets at the time being held there by Miss McDermott the efTense was corn rallied of Oiympia Ky assisted by a ML This important deofcinn was bonded Sterling lady It seems almost the entire town men ami women big and dawH by the Court of Appeals recently Where one may kit in his owh ile llltle young ami old have affixed febe because of danger either real or their 4gnatures to the pledge and apparent another may do so far him donned the blue ribbon The enflHen but one who thus interferes is guilty of tia eitiSens of the town have also de murder if the perron in whose defence utded to raise a Mibscriptinn to purchase Mrs Tollivers interest in this be was is in fanlt little city provided he depart to rue Ofctra Louise Kellogg was one worth other portion of the country It may SM00 but unfoilUM4e investments be addt d though recently rmblishl broke hemp financially ami now in that Mrs Tollivers saloon is now the Iter eW age bite rinds herself a cont only establishment of that character parativety poor woman and the 27 year oM boy ie married may yet be existing at Mereltead penniless ami bare to work for a living Thomas Traylor was killed by James It w almost to dreadful to thiuk of Parker in Caldwell ominty lat Friday The weather seems to be a trifle too Parker bad tn ed uhpKMt by Viai OoW for fans and lut week John lants ami ordered U leaVe the chhi a gnu at Princeton Thompson rf New York a dealer in try He those articles made an aigwmeMt anl Martetl baek lunne Tra lor wmh with S420 preference- - Mr Trtowp in Princeton tin same day ami among eon thinks he ean pay his creditors in other things bought a false face He Ml if tbey wiH allow 1dm to continue overtook parker ami put the mask on Ids business till the heated term NHs in to frighten him Paiker had been wanted that he would be killed nnil earnestly seeing a dixguised man approaching Lttwmie T a son of ordered him to bait Traylor R P Beobee of Clark eonnty fatally etoj ami Parker fired blowing did net half of shot himself in the head with a 2o 22 Traylors head oft Parker informed rifle on last Wednesday evening The some neighbors of what he had done batt entered theeorm r of the right eye at ami then went home He has not the bate of the sKuii ami ttenetraied the been arrested and the Vigllauts have brain He lingered m an uoemeMH not troubled him Public ojHtiioH oondttioH until Thursday night whew justifies him Â¬ them she could not coiient to that but said the one which could get a mar riage license and return to hensfirsW should be the groom Then a race for -- TOILET vAgCEORIES - The Com Ins gtylpi Iitadlesg SUoM Jloilurj- Suul Stares - biht fifteen-year-o- ld le died H s a little ton of Mr Robert King the bricklayer who lives oh Franklin and Shelby Mreets in Louisville sliot himself with a toy pistol Sunday afternoon He was playing with it in the sitting room when it went off acodently and sent lite ball through the upper fle hy rl of his right leg The muzzle was so near that lite flash of the jtowderset his pants a blazing The tire spiead and soon tin little fellow was w tapped in flames His loud screams brought sonte of the family to his lescue A Â¬ blanket was fchatched from the bed and thrown around him and tlie fire thereby extinguished The boys clothing wa almost completely burn- Â¬ reported to le fatal ed off him ami his b jdy was badl William Johnston fifty years of age burned His injuries though serious whose home s in the extreme lower are not considered fatal end of Franklyn eonnty was found About eight years ago Ben Dorsey Thursday frozen to death several miles ot Bourbon county became involved iu from Frankfort Johttrton was in debt and be expected 10 have his riue town last Saturday and drank consid- Â¬ hundred acres sold to farm of erably He started I tome afoot about satisfy three his creditors This misfortune S eefoek in the evening and nothing drove him from his home No one was heard of him Hntil bis remains knew where lie went and it was were discovered thought he had died After all these During a recent fire at Wakefield a years spent iu Canada aud England lafcnog town in MkidgnH the law Â¬ he has returned home to find that his less element made raids upon the busi mother ami sisters had rented out his ness bouses hundreds of ebots being land pah off his debts aud that lie tired to intimidate merchants who still owns a fine form This is another were endeavoring to save their stock instance wltere the conservative in- Â¬ They looted a number of the Mores dustry not to say integrity and sober one of the desperadoes landing guard habits of women has accomplished with a loaded pistol over merchants what a strong man failed to do It and employes while the robbery went would be jut like a man if Dorsey en sltould get married aud make it so hot A eonooaJim hud been granted to a for his mother and sister as to drive steamship company for a line between them of the place 3sew York New Orleans and Vera It was Impossible it seems for Cn the vessels to touch at all Mex Frankfort to eape a serious ftltooting k ports of the Gulf of ilexieo and to atlray during Christinas week Last oarry mails The usual rebate of two night Deputy Marshal John Stevens per cent on euatom duties is granted while passing the store of Charles and the line is obliged to carry Ling in au iutoxteated condition it is freight and passengers at lower rates said heaid a noise in the store aud than those now charged The Gov Â¬ questioned a negro named Frank Jorernment will pay SlbW the round trip dan as to the cause of the disorder ess mwrai t lite negro said that he was not the The last rail on the new branch of orleinler and Stephens applied an cp the Louisville Nashville railroad probrtons epithet to him whiett the from Bardotow H to Springfield was negro resented Pistols w re drawn laid Thursday General Manager and our shots passed the last one Hauahan went out on the new road Fri Â¬ takiug efleet iu the left breast of a lad day morning on the construction train fifteen years ohl son or Coleman Carr The first passenger train will roiiabiy The ball glauced to the left arm from go to Springfield about the first of the which it was extracted ami from the year if the weather in the meantime developments of inward bleeding aud does not interfere with the work of gradual exhaustion to day it is feared finishing and properly ballasting the it struck some vital part from which he w ill Hot be able to recover road lted News Irom Hawesville Ky reports that JaekHaaH a restaurant keejH er ahot and killed Juhii OOonneil a railroad construction man at that ptaee last evening ODonnei and Hassans Mter bad a quarrel durfciK the day whteb was taken up by the brother ODonneils ltome was at Jaehseu III A young man named Williams went to Cr s Roado in Rohhh eonnty TtMtrsday evening and getting full of whfeky became Huty and disorderly Deputy Sheriff John Cahlv attempted to arret lite nofcy man who vMently resisted when the offleer was foreed to beot him The wound is George King Je Â¬ your mliter womIJ pg a ilt In your ear young woman if She wa here Td like to caf cli a gal o miuo romp- Â¬ ing round with a lot o fellers and making lore b f im all the world in that brazen fashion I I guess shed never hear the last of itl But youd oiigii or seen om Theres Miy SniilH for instance When shes at home shes so weak she cant lift a dish rag and I retiliy beÂ¬ notincedly atSat tf hat for wdmen to lieve shed faint dead away if whom these are nnsuited or distaste- Â¬ youd ask her to sweep a floor ful there are always others that while But there slic romped and raced tho whole afternoon and way after dark ranking among the conservatives afford sufficient scope for individual and she didnt seem to be tm kered when she got throigh aad I reckon likings The most popular boot for walking twas a mighty sight harder woik than is of soft kid with a somewhat nar- Â¬ shed ever ben asked to do at home row lliough not pointed toe a heel Igness however that they were all so high enough to be of use but not like much taken up with their flirtin that that on a Louis Quatorze slipper and tbey didnt have time to feel tired I a short yarop Sometimes it is entire- Â¬ reckon they were stiff onongli noxt ly of kid again the vamp is of patent ntornin But it bcaU alt 1kw voting folks leather ami the Uppers of kid or clotlu When I was The very wide boot known as com Â¬ do go on nowadays mon sense is worn by pooplo whom young wo used to have oui kisein it uits but for a slabdef foot It is games such as trillcr an I roll the They was iunocent onough father Uncomfortable and induces a cover I guess shutting gait that is by no means and didnt mean nnthin graceful The com n on sense shoe is wed heard from it if wed went a certainly not all things to all women raeing around the green with a par- Â¬ therefore even the most ardent advo-Â¬ cel o fellers talkin about love aad cate of reform in booh should not in-Â¬ such things rigid in tm face ami eyes of all the world Bmlon Transcript sist upon all wo uen wearing it In low cat shoes and slippers there are sonte dainty offeeta Tho plain CURRENT FASHIONS Oxford tie in black kid and patent Dress Kotos TVhoe ll ltabillty Is Vouched leather is as popular as ever and it Is For by on Cxpert really mot desirable for genoral wear Hat trimming will continue to be A pretty slipper has the loo and heel very high of red leather and a narrow line above Honitori laee will be highost fash- Â¬ of black patent leather whilo a liny ion for bridal itritets in cut steel buckle is on the frank Lace jabots will be mnoli worn but Wofrt as tlmy usually are with black thoy will be called ateinkirks silk stockings these slippers look ox Side panels are going out tresiely jaunty and are adapted to any bands or draped paaols will takeFront their eostume regardless of its color place slipPlain patent leather and satin Moire will be ued for trimming pers with the usual high heels and serge dresses but scarcely in any oili- Â¬ narrow tos are also in Vogue er way The laced hoots arc in the saiuo comNext wintor will be emphatically a binations of patent leather and kid as silk as distinguished from a Vool are shown in the Oxford ties A pretty cn season foot looks well in a boot of Tlie most fashionable women in soft leather in the natural hue gowns with with a ribbon to match Leather Paris are wearing their out the tournure dressed in this way is very yiolding Coat basques with long square side and with such coverings comes a son sat ion of having ones feet gloved the pieces low on the hips will be used for demi saison toilets acme of success in the art of St Cris Tlte puffed sleeves havo had their pin In stockings few nbvellles fere seehi brief day Straight sleeves will rule Black silk aud lisle thread have prefer- Â¬ during the fall and whiten Silk tapestries as thick and rich as ence over all others and may bo worn with any toilet Bronze stockings har- Â¬ upholsterers good3 may be used to monise with the untanned loather trim wool dres os Shot silks and shot volvcts will be shoes gray mauve and black with the all red ones and gray and black with combined hi expensive toilets this fall the slippers Sometimes and the lesult will as a rule be hope- Â¬ dark bine stockings are worn with lessly ugly Blown glass beads and pearls are black shoes but for general wear black certain to be among the most fashion Â¬ is considered brat fornu Oeaded stockings are most undesira- Â¬ able of dress trimmings daring the fall ble such effects seem only snited to and winter Mahogany and the various Florentine tlte fairies in a pintomime who par-Â¬ taking of ethere il nature are not sup Â¬ reds will be favorite shades for street posed to have their hosiery visit so woar next winter They are certainly material a place as the laundry A warm looking beaded stocking looks protty but it Draped and folded vests will remain has even less reason for existence than a feature in most fall and winter gowns a velvet parasol Hepped silk Beugatineand velvet will Little people wear dark blue or be used for them hlaek hosiery and wise mammas give What used to be railed the Pierrot preference to tlte inky shade ruff will next winter be known as the It may be sh mined up that for5 the llei de Itonic Collar and finish off street an all black dressingfor the feet the neck of many abxlioe is best form while for the house ones Dressmakers who pait and gathora fancy may wander among the reds quantity of stuff about the dross tans graj s atd rouge el notr wearers figure aie not following the In gloves the undressed kid mous best models Simplicity will rule next Qoeiaire with four buttons plain winter stitching on the back and an easy Beadings this fall should be of the though net loose fit shares the vogue mm booted and glovea is tajbo well t now wuen tnese points are aresssu certainly most ossontial to good dress Inc faey are okby any moans the considered If the Ogly jpnej to b iHMk grsi b aad the handkerchief age unsuitable aad tho fanln bad tastn the good effect of any toilot will be marred There are In tifo boloaginws of a toilDUe speeialoijles that ard bro -Â¬ Â¬ vry familiar is thagdjctuti tha to known roornn tea minVes taikiug as glibly of love as- - an ongageii touple It just made my daiJr rise to hear guess cm and said I to myself THE ICE SUPPLY Why Tarmers Mn rt Kcnretip Orat Care In ITUtng Tmir Icr Uouses I thiik I am safi In sayln that too Crusied A Indy nriis w n oy a Cook Utdy i A I one of tiie snb tr i a co k it ml a iiiedi leru e tno where young much care in the solectbtn of the ice she apiul f resut- - ed S mia pe plo Wo I u- 111 can not hi ex rcls D rrav v no it wa 11 havo the erroneous Mi that freezing supi o ed et l i lequirs- k- id y r s ed pnrifiM water After a very d o tthy llieiits 1i l in the suburb summor like this it is no easy nntt r li ly s d se to get fit ics Tj plioid fe er it alniott in q eui n di d ii til ill and was and al Â¬ willing to d mo tii1 to n of her an ophlemic in many plac Th- most throughout the drought region pre 0 ce Lo r fur i to it is widely preval itt showing that eliccs cf the woild be employer xenird And not insaiisftcnnr and all was ap Â¬ the water is unwholesome likely to remtin so for some time The parently roinr ri xthlf when the rains that have broken tho droight lad aked Sir- - do you live We hare taken Mr B anks house on have not nmdt Un contents of our welts ponds and streams any purer Blank street was the reply Au in- Â¬ and it will require very heavy rains to stant change came over toe fac of the carry from the land the txecss of un- Â¬ questioner a Wirl of lofty conde- Â¬ wholesome mattcis Wo must exer- Â¬ scension filln her look and herspaech O that Is a vtry cise unusual care this winter in fi ling as she retm ne our ice houses or their contents will nice litrle cstnbl shnren but I think you had better lot k for another girl I be a curse i ustea of a blessing Ponds and creeks are so low that to am aeons otne I to nur etrlj tha i you could keep ipin so small a place got pure iuo if not to get ice at all maybe necessary to fill tight boxes And she moved away with s aely mien and a dig nfi tT frH frou of silken and trouglu with water from the wells to freeze As soon as the ice is throe robus and j fringe having the un- Â¬ of th- - nice htile inches thick it will answer Thicker fortunate crushed and speoch ice may be got by putting in the csta Wish uen t trough llight and morning only Avhat lees -- Voitm Lt ler water will freeze during the noxt tw ol vo hours Thus we are continually adding ice at the top where it can be put on mere rapidly titan at the bot- Â¬ tom Geti tg iej in this way is a der- Â¬ nier resort but it is better than un -- AT THE wholesome ice or no iee at alL The secret of good packing is hot in G HOUSE big Uoeks Lilt iu getting the blocks close together Htnce tho bocks OF should be CHt carefully that their sides may be straight otherwiso there ran not be a goid tit Any crevices be filled should with crusied ice If the weather is quits cold pour water over the iee until the crevices are full in this way the con- Â¬ tents of the house may lie fn Hon into one solid mass This will keep bettor ON not on account of the size of the blocks but because there are no crevices in it to be occupied by air When the house is filled covur the top of the ice with a A full aud complete slock of layer of sawdust a foot thick tramped STAPLE AND FANCY down well or a layer of hay two feet thick The ice is built up only as high as the eaves Nearly evory person has his own way of cutting ice This is my way with- Â¬ We get a board out special tools twelve feet long and two feet wide Take tha shad bellied cross cut saw aud kneeling oi the board sa v into the iee two incites deop alo g both edges of tlie board The board is then slid along the proper space tw ice its own width which it measutes on the ice and the saw is again u3d Crosscuts are mado in ihcsutte way Dy thU plan we get all our cuts straight and the blocks of lit sa n i siza to mean points in prop r pvcking Unless the iee is very thick it ran be separated along these cuts or seams by an axe a broad axe is best or even a spade For towing the U cks ashore a sout garden rake answers well or for a few cents a blacksmith will make a hook -- ON A- to dtire into the end of a pole Haul the ice on the sled No matter if there is no snow the groti id is frozsi You can load the ice twice as quiekly on a sled as on a wagon Biek the end ol the sled down to the brink and Jay a board from the box to tbe ice then the blocks can he drawn up this bo trd into the box After the b anl gets a little icy the Llocs slide slck as grease and it is alwars cheaper to slide than to lift iee The cohler the GIVE THIS HOUSE weather when the ice is cut and stored the 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Icaiiaga Ehecmatia Sftaiw SackacKc tJLnfs Brsiss Bosmbc Cara Salli Sscta The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash Sjavia Craeta THIS COOD CLD P P tetmmfSMtetUr rwmjUx fer It Oae of ta nkom tfeo aplleablKt7 Ersryttcy The Laieerra beaea Xtaac T hilwn lit is tu i ft tt ThoIIanscwiesaeeds TheCaaalerasedsnr The Sleckaals aenU ia - jtme22lf Â¬ William H Barriager a popular young man who just died at Troy N Y was a constant smoker of cigarettes He beeame troubled with an afiectHHi of the heart which ws Ad lowed by drop y Several diyt ieiuu attended him and they all agreed that bis system had been shattered by nicotine poisoning He had a fine physique and until recently was believed to have pood prospects of long life After bis death one of his veins burst and the blood therefrom was almost as biaek as ink A Niehoiasville dispatch 27 Jerome E Sparks and hi friend have been very busy the past week getting reedy to eeateet the seat of W T Joues in the next General Aeemlrfy Mr Sparks who was defeated by 76 votes oUlme they were all illegal As the petl beoks were stolen a few days after the election there is no record to shew that sueh au election was held iu Jessamine county Mr Jones friends feel very sanguine that he will wiH as he has had bis certificate of election signed by two of the comparing board The Lawreoceburg News say a negro conviot of the gang at the railroad camp south of towu died loH week under peculiar eireumstances He was eent from Bourbon county several weeks ago on a three years sentence but had never worked any having continually destined food and gone Into a steady decline though the doctors said there was nothing the matter with him except grief over the position He was burled by the f ide ot the road and the same cart that hauled the coffin for him from town took on top of the coffin a jug of whhky for one of the bo3sei Saturday night in B arbon a Christ mas tree was hehi at the Iiniian Creek Christian church at whioh a Mr Cox offieiated as Santa Claux His clothes whlek were covered whb raw outUm caught on fire from one of the Iteht in the tree and he w as iaitgrusly burned before the flame eould be ex- Â¬ tinguished Blankets and hbawix were thrown around him hfoh probably paved his life As it is lie may die frem bis burns Jred Jaynes of this city lost his life a few years ago under exactly the same circumstances Mary A Hutchison U n weH known young lady residing at Grave ton a fwajlles above Knoxvlile Tenn She baa Jmd rnany suitors two of the most fayored being Wesley Thompson and J M BueIey These men were favored by her and wanted u settle the matter by force The girl iufonned Â¬ Â¬ The little town of Carlisle ICy was the scene of a decidedly sensational sltoothiK Tuesday night aud when tlte smoke of the buttle cleared away the dNeovery was made that two men liad received wounds of a serious but not necessarily of a dangerous character The shooting ooeured in u house of ill fame kept by a white woman named allie Walker but is properly known as Mrs Fleming It teems that Charles Morford a young lawyer ot Carlisle after partaking of a Christ- Â¬ mas dinner garnished with some old time rock and rye went to the place Â¬ with the lteavy tflact kid which has overlapping seams a pique finish at the back and four large buttons that are really serviceable The tan and gray tints obta n it is accepted that tan may be worn with costumes of every color except gray tho latUsr demanding gloves to match In undressed kid cloves shades of tan are displayed and they range from a faint primrose to a hue that has a hint of brick about it Deeper tones are shown in the glace gloves In favor of tlie gray gloves it must be said that they clean well and preserve a uni- Â¬ formity of coloring while tan ha an unpleasant tendency to s reakiness A tight glove is conceded to be al Â¬ most as bad as no glove at all groat care is therefore taken to have tho gloves fit so well that while evory movement is easy there shall ho no wrinkles suggestive of looseness Tho hiea that a very tight or a very loose glove can be considered well fitting is a relic of the uncivilized times when every woman was supposed to have linger exactly the same length- JiuUerkks Delineator TIMES HAVE Mm CHANGED above mentioned and proceded to do up the house Chairs wbre first used as weapons folloued by pistb beug drawn About twenty shots were exchanged resulting in Morford being wounded in the right arm and Ht nry 0 James of Paris suffered a similar wound The affair has created quite a seifatiofi throughout the county iu which it occurred Morford being a young attorney of bright prospect and James a trusted employe of Hie Kentucky Central Railroad The first mentioned is unmarried but the latter has a wife aud several children having married a member of one of Bourbon countys most prominent aud wealthy families The amusing feature of the affair was the antics of the lemale inmates of the houe whoe blood curdling cries arou eti almost the entire population of lids quiet little village and who sought the publicity of the highway iu their night clothes when the shooting commenced Â¬ Homoipuns Comments on Lam Tenuis an I Maiern Fllrtitlon Yjs sud Mrs Hmies inn ro contly returned from the seaside I had a pretty goo 1 time considering bat to tell you the livin truth Td about as lives be at home What with the rush and drive and the hurly burly thats goin on all the time and tho dressin and the ondressin and the oatin all ports o strange things a stuffiV ones self from mornin to night and the slcepin or try tu on a bed that veud be a disgrace in any Christian household with nothin under yon but the slats and nothin over you but the ceiling and what with tlie com in1 and the goin and the airs that so ne of the folks put on folks that live mighty close when they are at home I reckon I was sick and tir d of it all before Td been there same tone as the foundation and the beads must be so liberally used that but very little of the foundation can be seen French women will cling to the big pleids which have run all summor bnt English women will have none of them so they will be dangerous ex-Â¬ periments here Single eoloivd traveling gowns for oarly fall must be oitlior gray Gobolin blue or fawn color trimmed with Bengaline of the same shade The basque sltould have no vest Tlie long siraight polonaises which will he made of heavy materials for winter wear should not bo caught up in the hips but he cut in flat plaits behind sloping away at the sides to disclose the skirt beneath which will be entirely concealed elsewhere Simple and beautiful house gowns of cloth or cnmels hair will be made with a round wast and single skirt widely bordered with fur gray blue sable beaver or Astrakhan to suit the color of the material Passementeries of applique sWk cord with fur introduced may also form these borders In tailor mnde gowns smooth-surface- d cloths will still be used for drossy suits two markedly contrasting colors in one tu stunie tho lighter color for lower skirt add vest the darker f r tho basque and drapery Thus serpent green over ffr3 and dark blue over tobacco brown 3 icket in tho darker color Small mantles thoulder capes of the two colors in combination Cleveland Leader DISTILLATION OF VOOD and W Mock yard It bet The Mlaerai The riOBeraJl mi The Farmer saeds t -- ad VALUE Or A NAME THE COTTOX PLANT rgenenrflylohedin white flannel and profuse An I youd perspiration three dajs Ami then they have snch ways of killin time They had a game thoy called lawn tennis I couldnt make head nor tail out of the fellows and gals specially the gal w ore just crazy to be at it all tho time There isnt much to the game so far as I can see All tbey do is to knock a ball to and fro The principal feature of tho game s near as I can make out was to rig up in the out landisltest things they could lay thoir hands on and the consiquence was thaih gals were dressed in all tho colors of the rainbow and as near like watneilrtrea lo TJioIellers were ibut Â¬ Whal a royal plant His The world wails in Hileitilanet on h growth Tlie shower thai fulls wlil iiig on its leave h heard around the mi n Tlte sun that Mtines on it i tempered by the prayers of all people Tlie thai Ohllls II uimI til- - dew HikJ de soeiids from the ir- - i jinttt and f a lilile worm on Its iieu I him leaf is more to Eiinl-u-tlie advance of tlie ftiiKi ii army on her Asian out pull- - Ii is frm iih InstHiit It rtn forth i iiiu -- hum fibre Is curr i H ev v bank mt when tooiug it fleeeec i the miii u floats a shiiih Imnuer tiiat glorifies the field T the humbler farmer IIm man i marsiialled under a flag iliat HI uuipp 1 the allegianer the rtorld alH riot asulM lrm every tallnn oil enrlli It is the heritage thai Clod gave lot people forever as their nwu wfie Ii -- ur arched our skies established mountaliix girt us about vftili tlte ocean loosed the breeze tempered the sunshine and measured the rtit Oura and our childrens forever Ah Pineely a talent a everome from His hand to mortal MewHrd Vifii W H UKADY lnt -i beets Itvfris positively disgraceful and it made n feel shamo faced enough to look at them But thoy didnt seem to mmd It ntftwithstnndln a whole p axza full of men were lookin at tlte p They didnt have no good place to phn aid they didnt have nothing to jiliiy wtth Some lisjiarmen Jtad hung their mbh up to lryAhl across the field and it bothered the players awfully ami the balls they played with two t om kept a gettin foul o the net aal though tliey didnt say ro bin I c mid see they were mad eiough insal v And they dklrfti ijayo any real bats s tbey had got hold of some old snow shoes somewhere and uaod them ins cwL Tliev mnd J pretty good bat lurerer c tbthlerin and perhaps tho novelty of tho thing was more than half the fun Bjt I guess after all the principal fun was the flirting that was goin on all the time Mv but they did go it awful strong Tliero was M y Smith she was in it as hot as the best of them and I heard her and a feller sho hadnt -- onghter seen theni gals kick up their J The Large Tee 1ald to Captain Eads for a Professional Opinion Tho promisors of tho Hanohostor ship canal ace s dd to have already expended 1760000 in futthering thoir scheme and the first sod is yet to be turned As tho total estimated cost is 28850000 this represents a very handsome percentago of tho amount to be exnanded in sirrmlv The usunl addition getting ready of 10 per cent for contingencies wonld be far ort in this case In this preliminary exponse sheet there is said to be a fee of 20000 paid the late James B Eads fir a pr dessional opinion If this is corrjet and there seems little reason to doubt it this is probably the largest professional sin- Â¬ gle fee ever paid to an American en- Â¬ gineer And with all due credit to Mr Eads it shows the value of a widn reputation as a man of sound natural juugment ana experience in great undertakings a compared with thai of the more modes engineer proper who has dnly extensive but nurelv Dro- ifossioual experiunco to recommend him Tho professional position of Mr Eads as an engineer is rather diffi- Â¬ cult to define He was a purely self made man and onliralv without wont is recogftfaed as a teohuicil education I as an engineer ana yet io possessed ill a high degree and made excellent use of that Inherent somothinsr with out which ths best trained ongineor in the world n ill not succeed He in sUnctiwdy understood both tho man Â¬ agement of mon and matter and without tho knowledge nccosary to figure a stmiiislioetjiot onlyAvas he the executive engineer in building what was in its dav the bridra of boldest span but he also sq impressed others wlto were not engineers with his ability to carry out his pnrj ots and wish bis so ind judgment in ad- Â¬ vancing plans that they furnished him with all tho money required ntiQititcrtng betas A check for a millioi and threc- quarters srling was paid to tho Bndgt water N iviga ion Company late- Â¬ A stock company f Ctdo-d-- t NY has several eslabi Hn uis In that vicinity for tlte dNti latlo i of wooil which has now beeor e an extensive and important industry Almost any of the harder variciesol wood will answer but thoso chicllv found and used by this company in the region it now occupies are birch beech and maple Pne hemlock and soft wools will not answer The general operations a d prducs of the company are as follows Contracts are made with the neighboring farmers fir tlte purchase ol standing wood on which an agrod amount is paid in advance balance payable as fast as tho wood is cut bv the company The woo I is delivered at tho works in ordinary four fool lengths and is then piled in the distilling retorts f which there are in tho Cadosin still house twenty four pairs These retorts consist of cast iron somewhat in the form of a steam lioilor about ten feel long and four and o te hn f feet in di anioter having a large manhole in one end and cordonsing exit neck at the other end When a retort is Idled witli wood the manhole is closed and scaled a slow firo is then started uni dor tho retort Tlie first products ol tho distillation consisting of alcoholic vapors aro pressed through a condens- Â¬ ing worm and the liquid thus pro duced is subsequently redistilled and the product then solil Most of it goes to Biugh tmton N Y where it is refined and put on the rrarkot as wood alcohol The second products of the distilla Hon consisting of acetic vapors arc condonsed as before described and tho liquid is mixed with lime thorÂ¬ ough mixture being effected by me-Â¬ chanical moans thus producing acotato of line used in cloth printing works The crudo acetate is placed above the retorts on rack where it is dried and is then ro idy for market The third products of the distilla- Â¬ tion ponel3fng ol tarry matters and naphthas are shipped as produced and subsequently refined Tho last products consisting ol heavy tars are used at the works as fuol When ths distillation is finished there remains within tho retorts a mass of clean and beautiful charcoal ready for market and all of it is sold to the steelmakers Most of it goes to Troy N Y where it is obit fly used iu the production of fire steel The principal fiel used in those works is bituminous ooil which to Â¬ gether with ho crulo lime required is brought to the work by rii way ivo are imlcuied to a correspondent who resdos H the vicinity f r thes particulars which are o dy iitoniled to convey a very geueml idea of the mode in wh ch some pord n of tho forests in Delaware Couutv N Y are now being nUHzail The tanning f leath r has been and still is a loading industry in this region This involvs the tiS3 of large quaniiries of bnrk the trunks of the trees being sawed up and converted into lumber Scientific American 11i In the spiiig tbe joing mans fancy may lijrluly turn to thoughts of love as L irl Teunys in state but in tha autumn tliey seoin to go towards the direction oi housekeeping S 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