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Wbjb Jl Print ShoWS through Z 1 ---- - fig fbnr 1 - 0- -- -- - iwT ik feje l m t ll ft I THE CLIMAX TOLUME Ft BUSHED KVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE KICHMOND Mi3DIS0N COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SANUAKY 18 1888 THE POLICE GUN Description of a Weapon Which Shoots Dr R 1OO0 Shot NUMBER 31 PITH AND POINT FULL OF FUN A TIMELY PROTEST by a HOME AND FARM Climax PRICE Wm G Feinting YEAR f Co 150 TEIt WHITE FRENCH TIPTON Editors 149 pounds It is cap ihlo of firing ono thousand shots a minute Tho general working principle of the gun is tho same as that of tho gun which boars jsTOFFICE Main street two doors Dr Gttlings name and is so widely june22 tf above Second known Tho improvement Is in tho method of loading In the police gun magazine holding sixty two cart Â¬ J C MORGAN D D S ridge and looking like the hopper on OFFIUE Mam street over Madi a corn shrller set np on one end at J0 National Bank Richmond Ky right angles on tho top of the brass tar on rcl The turning of tho handle by tho June 22 tf cannoneer drops tho cartridges into sir M POYNTZ DR revolving barrels within the cannon As the barrel revolves a lock with a BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN each cartridge spiral spring OFFICE Second street over Madi and a small needle in tho lock strikes jnne22if the percussion cap exploding it Tho ton County Drug Store next instant an extra claw clutches the EVANS M D empty shell and following a spiral G proovo it is dislodged from the gun AND SURGEON When ono magazine PHYSICIAN is empty another OFFICE Hecond street over D P stands roady to take its place As jutic22tf jewelry store Anuern the empty shells fall in n stream from the orifice it looks for all tho world liko DR J TAYLOR a country corn shellor with tho de Â¬ in Medicine and Surgery nuded cobs dropping to tho floor as Practitioner RICHMOND KY the farm hand turns the crank By a OFFICE Second streetover Dykes long lever ho cannoneer can with his Grocery Store left hand change tho rango on tho gun shoot up r dowu or sideways whilo DR JOHN M his right hand he turns the crank that puts the stream of cartridges in motion MAIN STREET We can clean the streets of a mob to Luzons Up Stairs Next Door and housetops as well said Dr Gat House Residence at Willis ling a peaceful looking old gentleman junelStf with spectacles and a snowy beard The gnn will kill a man a mile oft DR is the best OftVra Ids professional services to the though ono thousand 3anls range We dont want to sec our public onicein drus store of lower Main cities overrun by a mob as was Pitts Â¬ julj27 ly burgh Why no man would stand in Street UielimtHil Ky rango of that gtru If he did he would DR U C AMBROSE be foolish to say tho least NY Professional Cards a Minute J Galling the inventor of the lamou gun which bears his name has invented another instrument of de struction which ho calls tho Police Gun It was on exhibition recently An interested gronp of army officers and newspaper men studied its mech- Â¬ anism and listened to the inventors explanation of its virtues It is a brass gun weighing seventy eight pounds and is mounted on a tripod the whole arrangement weighing only al hoot jWUkcs Smith D D S AtShooniakor advertised medicin- Â¬ the virtue was in the heeL Exchange OIi mamma sighellittloEhel I have such a headache in my sashP The Epoch Rumors are anion tho best things in the world to let alone Pomcroys Admncc Thought Whit you want to do that Is good and approved of yonr conscience with-Â¬ out the opportunity to do so are germs of immortality Conscience is the pulse of rea- Â¬ son says a great man Yes but too much qt this pulse has a sort of a dead beat to it Dannille Breeze Generally speaking a womans praise of another woman means about as much as Yours faithfully does at tho end of a letter Somcrville Jour- Â¬ A messenger boys diary Mon- Â¬ day hired Tuesday tired Wednes- Â¬ day fired Newark Sunday Call A bride is always becoming to 3 Boniface and a bonny face is always Hotel Mail becoming to a bride I seo that Mr First Young Lady UoW Housekeepers Aro Victimized Certain Clans o PeiMters Pnt tho dwelling in order J Buffalos profits in London amounted S cond Young Lady to 70003 Yes and think too of his position in Tid Bils society said her father Will Martha lam asked mo for your hand last Well pn night and I consented that Is the first bill of mlneyou havent objected to Did tho wedding go off smooth- Â¬ ly Abont as smoothly as such nf fairs always go off The only hitch that occurred was when tho pair stood Boston Qjurier up to bo united Really Mr O Id Miss Spjnster nal Mr Oldboy Lady odrug clerk A two cent boy you are so kind Dont mention it Miss Spinster I stamps please Clerk absent-minde- d Yes madntn Will you take it danco with yon you know because the Harpers others are too young for a man of my with you or have it sent Bazar Statistics show that girls trho work in a matcii factory do not get married any quicker than thoso who Pittsburgh work at other places Chronice If tho law prohibiting the carry Â¬ ing of concealed weapons were generÂ¬ ally in vogue many a woman would havo to bile her tongao off to kcop out of Jaili Judge It isnt tho man with tho biggest library who is tho bost informed Generally he has to yiold gracefully to the man whi has only a dozin books and reads cm SontrvilU Journal It it protty hanl to tell what to do in this world The doctors aid the and ministers say Know thyself Study thyself whilo tho moralists tell us that wo must never think of ourselves The Sultan of Turkoy has to have six slaves to dress hinr This is very hard but does not begin to compare with tho misery of a nivt who has six slaves to dress slaves of fashion Boston Transcript Says an exciange There is no force so strong in the realm of moral This is espe Â¬ thought as siiiccritj cially observed when a gentleman tells you if you dont leave in two min- Â¬ utes hell kick you down stairs and you know by the expression ou hi fice that he means it What Ailed II r -- years Only One Condition Firet Old Second Old Maid Sarahl Sarah Maid Theroa What do yon want Tell him if a burglar In the houso ho W hire aint already married Ill take Townlotrnan T FOSTER J21 PHIL ROBERTS You see thesaaro not boom prices There is no boom in our lots but a steady heathy growth Then thoy wont do for Speculator me What I want is an unsteady unhealthy growth so that I can double my money in a month said a show Â¬ This ere animal The ancients is a leopard man thought ho couldnt change his spots but its now known that he sleeps in one spot ono night and in another spot the next night and is all tho time N T Lertqer n changin his spot Say bull I hear that your folks are going to nave a conversation club Yop we at your houso this winter Who arc the memberj got one Wo and mother I furnish tho con- Â¬ versation and mother provides tho Detroit Free Enny more club Press A Prudent Maiden And There is a form of advertising which appears to me a direct imposition on housekeepers and I only wonder that they have not cro this risen as one Woman to protest against it It is tho practice which some manufacturers of new articles of housekeeping supplies havo of leaving samples more or less in number or qnantty of their wares together with a printed circular in which included in other details is an inconspicnous paragraph asking that tho article be used and tho quantity consunicd paid for when at the end of an unspecified time tho agent shall call for the remainder of tho goods Tho annoyance inllictcd on a house- Â¬ keeper by this mode of introducing goods is obvious The door bell rings The servant answering it has handed to her an unwrapped package of kitchen toap or starch or scouring sand or stove blacking There js to be sure a loose printed slip eulogizing the merits of the article and in incon- Â¬ spicuous type a few words explaining that the article will bo called for and payment expected for quantity used but even if she can read Enjrlish she is not going to waste her time over an advertisement She glances at it on her way back to the kitchen tosses tho soap or whatever tho goods arc on the table to be used when the supply on hand is found to be out nnd the circu lar goes into the coal scuttle Ten days or a fortnight after tho agent calls A new girl opens the door The lady of the house hears the prolonged dia- Â¬ logue Being appealed to by the per- Â¬ sistent agent and the bewildered girl she directs a soarch to Iks made for the or silver polish or patent starch laundry soap Of course the search is vain The departed servant either The used lost or stole the articles agent insists on payment and finally to terminate n scene tho housekeeper draws out her purse and depletes it to any amount varying from ten cents to ono dollar Sometimes when the article to be advertised is of a suitable bulk such as books of needles or pa- Â¬ pers of pins the samples are chucked into the letter box and even under the frontdoor Now no business man would tolerate having half a dozen pen- Â¬ knives or patent pen holders or im- Â¬ proved pocket pencils left without his knowledge on his desk or in his oQice for him to give houscroom to for days or weeks nnd then be responsible for them or their pecuniary equivalent at the end of that time Why then should women be compelled to endure such Chicago Journal impositions BROTHERLESS GIRLS Why They Are Usually the Victims ot Sun- Â¬ dry Affectations Dont waste soft corn feed it out Is tho winters supply of fuel on hand and under cover Other thing3 being equal that farming pays best which produces tho most manure Do not depend upon any ono crop Havo something to keep yon reason- Â¬ ably busy tho year round and make every thing pay at least a small profit Chop tho ham Ham Croquettes very fino and season with popper or With a littlo flour in hand mustard make up small balls atd dip in beaten eggs roll in crumbi of bread or crackor and fry to a light brown in hot lard Boston Budget Slico tho apples Fried Apples without removing the skins and pnt in a frying pan in which has been melted equal quantities of butter and lard Stir ofcn and when nearly roady sweeten to tnse nnd add a half tea Exchange spoonful of cinnamon Paradisa Pudding Tako half a pound of mined apple half a pound of currants two ounces of candied peel one small nutmeg a quarter of a pound of suet four ounces of bread crumbs three eggs half a glass of milk and three ounces of sugar Boil two or Eat hot with cream three hours Boston Budget sauce The exposure of cows for an hour or two on cold days whilo getting wa- Â¬ ter causes tho consumption nnd loss of many dollars w rth of food during tho winter Beside it is much better that animals should ho able to drink without interference from others and this can only bo doio by putting the water boforc the animal as it stands in its stall Troy Times Stuffed Peppers Slit the peppors take out tho seeds and stuff with cab Â¬ bages shredded very fine and English mustard seeds in equal parts Put a small whilo onion and two cloves in each pepper Tic them firmly up and put into cold vinegar The cabbagoa should he sprinkled with salt and hung up in a hag to drain the day before it Toledo Blade is used Gruyero choose which has been made by tho farmers of Jura Switzer land undor a system by which each in turn made a cheese of tho milk of the whole community given to him every day is now made in afactory to which all tho farmers tako their milk and tho product of which is common prop erty msteaii ot eacn cneeso Doing ine individual property of tho mau whe made it This makes the chcoso more uniform and of better quality and in- Â¬ creases the farmers profits N Y Sun Ten ounces flour twe Rusks ounces butter ono teaspoonful baking powder half a teacupful of milk Warm the milk and butter and stit them to the dry ingredients Shape thu mixture quickly into small round cakes nnd bake them at once in a moderate oven When they aro nearly done lake them out split them and Cin bake thorn again a pale brown Â¬ Let Us Talk Together We want to prove to you that it is our Honest Intention to Sell Jooils Without any Oki time War Prices There has never been a time when jour Money had as great a Purchasing Power as Now Our Imneuse Stock of Ladies Misses and CJiildrens tt ULOM O will be sold from this day on until they are closed out for a less price than the cost to manufacture them OUR SHOE AND CLOTUING STOCK was never more complete Mens full stock Boots at a price than you can buy the commonest split leather elsewhere You can buy a pair of Ladies Shoes that will wear all winter for 100 or 12 DRESS GOODS of all kinks Flannels Lindseys Jeans Cassmeres Tickings Calicoes Gigmue and everything sold by a First Class Dry Goods Store can be bought from us at Popular Cask Prices which are the Lowest in the city EVERY ARTICLE in our store stands on its own bottom as airindivklual bargain We set the example for many we have always found that original methods are the best to fellow Take your own time to look at our prices we wont Bone you Nothing in the way of Auction Trash finds its way to our salesroom Our store is THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE our prices are made to win we make no second bid We cordially invite you all to come at once and get your share of the many bargains that custom- Â¬ ers have the advantage of There is enough for you all if you come at once Yours Very Respectfully or or RAMSEY Jun22tf OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Proprietors Wo bull TRACTION and PORTABLE ENGINES BONANZA THRESHER lorwneat 01t3 Hal Clover tC-L- B HARRISON MILLER Has opened a Furniture Repairing and Uphol jteriiig Shop second door from the Post office next to Hiinlevs Livery Stable All work done at reasonable rates Laying Cakpets A Spkoiai Tdectf ty of all Sizes The THMS peas and all itedi awl grains AXiVUiiVuiuaixiArr siAkuuaaauw miiia Agents a Writs for Free Clrcnlai --ex c r wanieaAr ctH jRobinson A Cox7ifv fYSS- - g3 Richmond n I f ITEW STOCK OP HAEDWAEE NEW HLICES NEW STYLES AS WELL AS A NEW YEAH WEW HOUSE Gentry Ltiter FOKD KY lnur 2 to 4 oclock in tlie Banl at M r J C Lackey jut 22 if W T SEXSMITil 51 D Oihe- - SOCIAL BLUNDERERS PHYSICIAN Will AND SUKGEON l E HALL KY professional services to the Offers his aug17 lyr public DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY hi- - profetoiional services to OftVr i lie in I lie Aug 17 tf Oilier Jh UeiitoV MC J F Coknemson Hkath COltNELISON HEATH Practicing Physicians KENTUCKY services to the RICHMOND iHMrtiipJmrurnttioiinl public 4jiily DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY Otters lib professional services to the jan4if public Hardin W Bright A M H D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street over Madi eon County Drug Store I want it distinctly understood that I am the only one in Richmond thst un Â¬ derstands tlie thorough use of the Microscope aud Chemistry as applied to examinations of Ungues and fluid of the human body I only mention this for honest protection My flgna Â¬ ture will be attached to each examina 23mchly tion TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky SE Office in Climax building Corner Main and Second btreets up stairs June st tt People Whom Society Iflt Could Would Gladly Exterminate One viricJy of the social blunderer is he who blandly inquires after tho late husband and hopes he is well as he has not seen him lately or after the divorced lady whoso presence ho looks around him vacantly to espy He then remark on her absence and inquires iih feverish energy after her health Hj it i who asks after the runaway daughter or the scapegrace son whoso namo is never mentioned at home or recalls with a visiblo efÂ¬ fort the name of tho person he is ad Â¬ dressing and then mangles or mispro- Â¬ nounces it Ho remarks on a girls looks to her mother and discovers tho fact when he has done so or else puts his foot into it too deeply for ex rica tion or apology Ho like minded also who observes for example that her ladyships drcsi is cut too low to her indignant lord whom he mistook on entering for the butler and then apoogiz d on the such had been his impres Â¬ ground sion Such folk are not generally pop They mean no harm but ular achieve a good dcaL Sufferers arc loi apt to suppose some maiico in their mistakes of which they are for tho They con- Â¬ most part quite innocent stantly repeat overheard remarks to tho wrong pcopc They read fragmonts of letters aloud and blnrt out pieces of information they woro bound to keep quiet or they involve themselves decjH ly in explanations and apologize to you for things they have inadvertently uttered as to your character or pros- Â¬ pects which Gil you with dismay The society they adorn would gladly ii it coiill exterminate them but they invariably presnino ft welcome and disport thcmsolves with a flattering assurance only to plunge deeper into tho slough of bundering from which it is often impossible to extricate thorn Sunday Queen Dut a very prudent maiden she For they all come postage due She writes many letters unto me Breathing vows of love so true theyre just as sweet as sweet can boj Harpers Bazar The maiden paused a look ot pala Stole oer her chiseled features Her hands flew back with might and malt Like two unbridled creatures She wriggled panted held her breath And writhed through every muscle Great JoTer I cried can this be deathr Guest not a stranger near me aalth M Shes bunchln out her bustler Clecetand Sun said tho landlady that tho coffee crop in Mexico has been dcsToycd by storms I declare Its getting harder every day to run without losing a boarding hous What has the Mexican money ciffec crop to do with yonr boarding house Youd know if you saw the amount of coffee tho boarders drink I fail to see that it will injure you The crop of licans in New England is Nebraska Slate Jour- Â¬ unparalleled I hear nal STRANGE INDIAN DANCE Visitors to the Ampihoe denervation Take Part In the Amusement tht ALMOST A Green A TRAGEDY Attorney at Xam- RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bnr OFFICE witli V F nam on First Street June 22 tt E T BURNAM Attorney at XxaOT RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on Firot street same as formerly occupied by County Judge oct6 ly Miller J A SULLIVAN Tanlteo Reporters Encounter with a Xatlre Texan You plik d these nuts on Onion said an Austin re creek yon say porter yesterday to a young man on a Tho re Â¬ wagon filled with pecans porter by the way was a young man from tho North who had not been in Texas very long thats whero Yes sir bo replied they came from Many up there Penty of them Believo Til try a few remarked the reporter taking a big handful of the pecans Attorney at Lara RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 1 f T J SCOTT CS Attorney at POWELL Xsaw- - fifty cents said the man with swell- Â¬ ing eyes Say do yon Only want a few know any news Not a bit sir every Thing is very dull up our way Djntyou know any thing Well lbeliove I did hear somo news yesterday What was it asked tho reporter cracking a pecan Thero was a man got eighteen duck shot in him whero I livo Who shot him Til sell yon a whole peck for I did What did you shoot bltn for ask Â¬ Office ed the reporter aghast For stealing some of my pecans out said the countryman of my wagon A J REED reaching under his seat for his shot Â¬ gun The reporter hastily replaced the Will practice in MadUon and adjoining pecans In the wagon and after calling counties ana in the Coart or AppeaR disap countryman Colonel Office in Master Commissioners tho office over Circuit Clerks office peared around the corner That even Â¬ June 22 tf ing he told bis employers that they must insure his life for fifty thousand dollars or he would resign and go to Connecticut where ho came from RICHMOND KY on Second Street June 22 tf Attorney at Zaaw Â¬ REAL ESTATE A Texas Siflinqs Adding Insult to Injury Gilhooly You scom to bo very much excited Mr Scliaumburg I SchaurabBrg I vas oggsighted vent to korlcct a bill of four toliars for a pair of pools from Tom Anjerry who vas a student at dot University of Texas Well did you get yonr money He paid mo no money and den ho kicked me dot houso out That wnsungcntlcniMJlr Dat vas not de 7orst Yon he kicked dot boue outne had on his feet dose same J oots vlch vas not paid for yet Ivas kicked dot house ontmit mine own pools so to spheakP Texas Siflings AND INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH Hells ent RIGHMOND KY rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Estate on reasonable terms and represents firet class Fire and Life In suranee Companies Office in C june22 tf J Iytte Clothing Store Do you want pare drugs and the best brands of tobaccos and cigars Yoo can find them at Brooks Junwa tf The night of my arrival at Fort Rino was bright and clear The garrison was srong the Indians were held well in check I was not troubled with fears for personal safety A noiso of voices and drums floated through the still night air from the tepees several miles away Mr CiriK one of the fort scouts stildlcd a couple of horses and after supper we galloped across the lov31 prairie in tho moonlight to attend an Arapahoe dance On reaching the viliago wo singled out the tepeo whence Issued the noiso of drums and voices and crawling through tho door a hole in tho canvas about three feet high found ourselves among thirty or- forty painted bucks aud squaws The squaws -- wore hud- Â¬ dled on the gronnd in ono corner ef tho tepee in thi opposito corner crouched the jvaintcd braves An old drum wa on the ground in the center of tho tepee around it squatted six n en lustily beating the drum and at the samo time bawling at the top of their powerful Jungs No notice was taken of onr entrance Wo qnletly placed ourselves in the braves corner Presently a squaw arose and with a kind of reeling motion advanced to- Â¬ ward us She glanced a moment at a row of burk i then tappodnne on the head he arose and stool in silence The squaw scanned again tho faces before her Sio seemed about to tap me on the shoulder but hesitated and finally bestowed her favor upon Mr Cirtis Ho aroso to ids feet the fqnaw placed herself bctwoon her two partner her face looking in tho opÂ¬ posite direction from which they looked then putting her arm around the two mens ncck all three began springing up and down howling in concert with tho howls of the men beating tho drum Othersqnaws canto forward selccU cd partners and j ined in tho strange dance I congratulated mysilf on being a wall flower but my were premature for when the row of braves was pretty woll thinned out a kind hearted maid took ity on my loneliness and tapped mo on tho head Her other partner was a villianions looking Indian who could doubtlosshavo rnn Cer Â¬ tiring nil day without tainly the springy motion which excessively to fatiguing was me did not seem to peaso him Moka Wolftrack that was the name of my squaw partner was unsparing in the looks of contempt sho bestowed on the tender palcfaco from the East At tho conclusion of tho dance af-Â¬ ter springing up and down until com- Â¬ pletely exhausted my partner did a singular thing sho turned and gave I sub Â¬ me a kiss square on the mouh mitted with what seemed to mo a very good graco indeed but Moka neverÂ¬ theless gave me another savago look abruptly removing her arm from around my neck and retreated to her corner apparently disgusted as well My oSonsc as I subse Â¬ as offended quently learned lay in not transmit Â¬ ting from my month to hers when she kissed me some bead or other trinket as is customary Mr Curtis who was acquainted with the custom transferred to his partner by a kiss a bright bine bead and so came ont of the dance with as muchcclat as though he were a realIndianfnstead of a mora Indian ecciit Cssmopilitari Why do you encourage attentions from both Tom and Harry Irene Well dear I like Tom best but ho is not very well off and cant afford a colipo if we go to tho theater I call him my fino weathor beau Cella Then what do you call My rainbow Ireno Harry Harper s Bazar said a Philadelphia Mnmtna girl what would bo an appropriate present to give George Yon know How long wo aro not engaged yet has he been calling upon yon About two years Then I think a pretty plain hint will be ths proper thing to Chicago Tribune give him Annctto I have just been hav- Â¬ ing a delightful stroll wilh Herold Can any thing bo more poetical than a walk in tho moonlight Jeanotto Hvoyears older Poetical no doubt Annette but when you havo had my experienco you will know that a dark corner of the porch is equal to ten Philadelphia Call moonlit nights Do you remember tho text this morning Bobby inquired tho min Â¬ ister who was dining with the family Yes sir The last shall bo first and And do you tho first shall bo last know what that means I dont believe it means much Im never first or even second Im always last v Y Sun said hungry Bobby And so yon are going to bo mar Â¬ 1 Yes and I am so happy ried love Charles wih my whole heart Yes I be- Â¬ Has he any property lieve so And as he isnt very well I permitted him to make a will in my Very good in him Tm sure favor But yon have somo property of your own Havo yon willed that to What a ridiculous idea Charles Of course not but Tvo fixed it so that Boston Tran- Â¬ he cant get hold of It script Gdia iliaekelford Co VI 111 ask you to call and see them in their elegant new house on upper Main Street site of the old one that was hurned last August THEY HATE THE Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than they had in their old quarters jBe22tf An Unpardonable t Crime A stranger in a Dakota town was attracted by a large and noisy crowd on the street corner Drawing near he heard one saying I tell you what boys ho ought to be run out of tho country Givo him a doso of tar and feath Â¬ yelled another ers Hangings what he needs howled another A brotherless girl ma have a lan- Â¬ guid air a simpering expression and the habit of using long words whero short ones would be better but any one who can boast of from two to el lit brothers is sure to have her little affec- Â¬ tations well weeded out The girl whose brother is one of her best friends will not make eyes nor drawl nor givo her photograph to an acquaintance of yesterday nor answer advertisements mutual improve- Â¬ whose object is Sho will understand that thore ment are some sorts of innocent sonnding slang that ought ncvcrto be used nnd she will romemb r that tho women who wisli to rot tin tho reverence of men should decide how littlo slang they can possibly get along with and not She will leari use a quarter of that that men good and bad alike treat a silly woman civilly to hor face and pronounce her an awful gooo behind her back that nobody has a profound regard for awf nl geese except tho men who marry them and that evon thoy well we will not go further into the subject but any rate they find out a great deal of which the brStherless girl knows nothing at all A great deal is written about selfish and depraved boys who are ruined for life by tho injudicious fondling re- Â¬ ceived from their mothers and sisters and it may bo that to a youth of nat-Â¬ urally evil tendencies petting and adu- Â¬ lation are almost as bad as snubbing and scolding but even a bad boy has a strong sense of justice a lovo of fair play and a willingness to stand up for those who stand up for him Any girl who really interests herself in her ten brother or twelve or fourteen-year-ol- d who acquaints herself with his ideas furthers his plans shows that she takes a genuine pleasure in his society will find not only that her influence over him is daily increasing but also that his wholesome practical nnd sensible way of looking at things is a decided benefit to her Toronto Globe ciunali Times A farmer of many joars oxpori enco gives to the iarm and Hotnt I somo of his many causes of the de-Â¬ ficient hay crop He says it is the close cut of the mowing machine and the dull knives pulling up tho grtss roots also tho scratching and harrow ing of tho remorseless wheel rakes held down to get tho last spoar f ol lowed by tho close pasturing in the fall Moral R tiso up tha cutter bar and keep sharp knives for tho good oi the team if nothing else Ab ive all tilings keep off stock in tho fall Also use top dressing WASHING AND IRONING Â¬ sSI1 0VE3 toves that are Stoves STOVES THAT WILL Two Household Dutlrn Which Should B Studied liy Every Ilousekeopor There U no department of household BASE BOTH TOP and BOTTOM labor that n quiivs closer supervision than washing and ironing and while it is not ncco sary or advisable foi ovcrv hoiisckeoper to do thi work her self it is very important that she should know how to do it in order tc dircot others To wash properly it is irpvirlant tc and all have every thing in rvadinu tho utensils in order for tho work Tubs sufficient in number and of sufli ciout size should be fiirnlihad nnd kopt clean the washboard should bo smooth and froo from nails and the work bench firm and high to prevent fatigue from bending The clothes line and pins should be put in a basket or bag for safe keeping hemp or cotton cord is better than a wire line Soft water is better than hard water for washing and rain water prcforablo to any other When every thing is in readiness for tho work as Â¬ sort the cloihes soparato tho fine and tho slightly from tho coaisc soiled from the more soiled Hot suds will set stains and it is tlierofore best toseald all of ttio table linen and articles which aro stained by pouring boiling water fr m tho tea kettle on them Havo the water in tho tnbi as warm as tho hand will bear being careful not to have it too hot Wash firnt one taking through two suds boilerfnl then place in a boiler of cold wator with snap to mnko suds A little borax added to the water will whiten tho clothes without injuring tho text-Â¬ ure of linen Clothes should never boil over five miiittes and many ex- Â¬ cellent laundro330J do not boil them at all but pour boiling wator over them After they aro removed to tho tubs cold waor should bo poured over them and every garment turned and thorough wronar sidi out rinsed in a and ly washed clear soft water Then tub of which from water blue in they should be wrung out for tho last time those not to bo starched should and tho be hung out immediately others dipped in starch as hot as the hands will bear Those desired to be very stiff should bo starched first and well shaken before hanging on tho lino to prevent wrinkling When dry removo to tho clothes basket Turn all garments right sido out shake well pull smoothly begin Â¬ ning at the top of the garmonr roll each to itself fold sheets without sprinkling after stretching and lay on top over all spread the ironing Â¬ Â¬ or money refunded Small consumers of fuel perfect draught large square ovens with Patent Automatic Self opening Oven Shelf Stoves on wheels all the conveniences a cook could wish for Those are the reasons why we lead the market in the Stove Business in Richmond We warrant them all for one year These Stoves come direct from the manufacturers The Poster Stove Co Ironton O who use the very hest of Hanging Kock Iron no scrap irion used for the ahove see WIGGIItfS EREGK KICHMOND KY JJ said tho stranger tim- Â¬ My friend REDUCED NOBLEMEN idly addressing a nativo on the out- Â¬ what did the man Tho Pitiable Conditions Under Which Two side of the crowd Once Wealthy Men Died do A remark tblo case of destitution is Whatd ho do echoed tho man For some days Yes great crimo is he reported from Lyons past a fine looking white bearded old guilty of murder dark man in rags has stood at one of tho en- Â¬ O no he aint no murderer tut trances of tho Guillotiere Bridge and On his Ho done expended his hands for alms Til tell you bout him something to hurt tho town Yes sir breast he wears a board on which aro Petroviski al- Â¬ done something to hurt tho prosperity inscribed the words of our city said there was moro most a centenarian Count of Blanck houses in the next town up here than enborg born in Warsaw in January there is In this Hes supposed to be 1789 now reduced to craving public This really unliapy noble- Â¬ in hiding under somo of the barns charitj-round town and we expect to pull him man had actually fought and bled for out by tho legs inside o half an hour I Polish independence and tho loss or Chicago Tribune confiscation of his fortune sent him After down tho easy slope to misery having battled for a long time against Composition of Dynamite adversity age and infirmity overtook Those who have never seen the him and he had no resource left but to dynamite explosive beg Another reduced nobleman was will be interested to know that it buried here in Paris a few days ago but looks Tory much like moist brown he had worked hard for a living to which is the very last He was the Vicomte Kitro glycerine sugar formed by the action of nitric acid upÂ¬ Richard de Vcrnoy commonly called on glycerine at a low temperature is In the poor neighborhood where he the active agent in dynamite but is lived Pere Ludovic He had not mixed with Home absorbent snb3tanco suffered like the scions of many noblo to render it safer to handle than tho families in France from the effects of The absorbent revolutions but had lost a largo fortune liquid glycerine material thus used is a slliclous by imprudent speculations Un earth a fine white powder com- Â¬ daunted by adversity he set bravely to posed of the remains of infusoria and work did any thing to turn an resembling powdered chalk this takes honest and He was a messenger in penny up two or tlirco times its weight of the tho office of the Journal Officiel which becoming nitro glycerlne without he carried about to subscribers pasty and the ingredients aro easily paper afternoon he sold other journal In the mixed leaden vessels and wooden boulevards and fom eight spoons being used to avoid dangerous on the evening until midnight friction Wnen fire Is applied to this oclock in the the duties of dresser in mass it bnrns with a strong flame with Â¬ he perforrned a theater Ho was fifty threo years out any explosion but when ignited old and has loft a wife and throo by a detonating fuse or even by a sud Â¬ children who it is nccdles3 to say are den blow its explosive force la tre utterly destitute Paris Cor London mendons Boston Budget Telegraph m Tho French Commission appointed Â¬ to report upon the best means It Is stated that a company is venting fires in theaters has of pre-Â¬ unani being organized in Boston to transport mously recommonded the employment the mails between the posl ofHce and of chemical paints or washes which the railroad stations by means of will rcndci1he stage and scenery firo Telpherage orcars running on ele- Â¬ proof vated cable by electricity Each car will carry a ton weight of mail matter mnch-talkcd-of AIT2 Rffl CHICKEN ASK FOR THE GL F C Remedy WBWHITE TO THE TRADB ANNOUNCES that he has a large and weH selected line of Cholera Cure CLOTHING MM GUTHERSON LEXIXGrON KY LEY STOCKTON sep28 WILLIS HATS TRXOTKS Agents For Mndinoa County ly -- VALISES - HOUSE Eta in whiob you ean And Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi- era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the Â¬ GALT the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded WILLIS STOCKTON Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city BEST GOODS 4 LATBST STYLES AND Rates25Q Hotel octSGly to 4 Per Day- - According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths au 24 ly He does net 1b tend to be trmlersefcl and to his customers he says he wW in give you lull value lor every dollar la Â¬ ves ted with him and be urge yee a give hi in an early call poR oaso At McIvbbs OW tub LOWEST PRICES i blanket If a machine is used in washing it is hotter to soak tho cloihes over night in warm water Some housekeepers use washing flu Ms an I if the ingredi ents are harmless thry lighten tho labor without destroying tha fabric Tho folfowif aro among the best fluids To fivo quarts of water put one pound of salsoda half a pound of un slacked lime and a small lorap of horax Bo5 when cold bant off and bottle a p yS lata Ftf CD Go Boats W B WHITE Stead - The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1SS7 and i3S8 will be paid on maturity at the Maduon National Bank Richmond Ky SEEDS june 22 9m GRASS AND FIELD CHENAULTCosr Urooks the-- druggist Patronize JJ I C Fa Largest and roest complete stock hi Onr motto Bst I of BxMniaMte Corpse U S Pat Central Kenteclcy 1 Office years experience Conisterrt Prices Goods and Lowest 17 P CAXROLL sitttk or modtl rrfort at tfmtttr and 7g W Main St tahifity Correspondence solicited 77 i- - ry Lkxmmth Kt jani Jdeciy PflHIS dercon ingtoo Procured Wm G Sf 05 F HWmMS fr Sa 9f TW THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY Wm GWHITE 1SS8 JANUARY iS Tke State Senate lias passed a bill to allow grand jurors 2 per day The Louisville Southern is com- Â¬ js largely ing right through Richmond and supplied from Louisville oeming this year Louisville has long been the largest tobacco market in the The Legislature has boon re world and to be the second largquaMed to revive the whipping est mule market is adding to an post and ought to do so already large trade Kentucky m Ex Governor Knott has been may be slow in some things but admitted to practice before the is ahead in more ways than perSupreme Coart of the United haps any olher State Her tobacco mules horses cattle hemp States and whisky are products of which she can well boast Indianapolis had a fire among its wholesale houses on Friday HEROES night that destroyed nearly a mil lion dollars worth of property We have always contended J Tweed Stuart who married that too much prominence is given Mies Teresa Blackburn daughter violators of the law by the press of Senator Blackburn October 19 in general ami esneciallv bv the dailies The Christian Standard died ia California on Monday appears to be of like opinion as The Ilotise committee has re evidenced by the subjoined from ported ia favor of Representative that paper uThe great daily paJones from Jessamine taking his pers are perhaps unconsciously seat There will be a minority re- Â¬ becoming most powerful educators and encourasers of brutalitv port and crime They are fast assum Lamar has been confirmed by a ing the ouice of making roughs vote of 82 to 2S as Associate and rascals famous and popular Justice of the Supreme Court Large and prominent space is Also Yilas and Dickinson have given to the doings of gamblers been confirmed bigamists- - pugilists thieves and One great daily re- Â¬ murderers Richard A Sanson the assist cently had the protrait of an inant poet master at Knoxville famous scoundrel in three sucTennessee has been indicted for cessive issues and gave his doings effiboKzUng 8100 bekging to in such fascinating fashion as to the Government Turn the ras- arouse hundreds of his kind to cal out envv and emulation m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for at least 10000000 yards of new v- c JJ The Courier Journal announces j Prpohutix lnn rliiirnh t Tli nnslnr nf Times are evidently better now that Louisville is the largest mule market in tho world except St than they have been for several of Jersey City was Induced by the Louis This is an important fact years Money is more plentiful glowing eloquence of one of the laity lork not known to the people of Ken- Â¬ and live stock commands better of his flock member tucky Mules are shipped from prices than for many a day This Stok Exchange firm to take a flyer in Louisville to almost every State condition is not at all local It wheat The good twin went In and in the Union and to Mexico extends far and wide over the he also cameput but wiser and If not South America and the West In- Â¬ country The Philadelphia Press letter at leant sadder fur the loss of says that ocean freights began to 300000 sunk in mnrgius dies Pennsylvania BETTER TIMES LOUISVILLE AS A SOLE MARKET Â¬ Â¬ rise about four months ago principally upon the short distance vojages about Great Britain English ports which at the opening of the year had 100 or 200 steamers lying idle were suddenly emptied and all the tonnage in existence found employment The shipyards have been so overtaxed by the demand for new steamers that shipbuilders are charging 25 per cent more for new vessels than three months ago Activity in much the same line has added enormously to rollinc stock in the United States 14000 freight cars having been built in 1887 and the Pennsylvania railroad having added to its cars through a large part of the year at the rate of one an hour This great increase in the freight of the world on land and sea is a mark as much of enlarged demand as of growing production and it suggests the possibility that the causes which have so long been reducing prices are nearing their end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ an unknown man appeared in the City of Mexico and represent Ing himself as Marcus Meyer an ad- vauce agent of Patti sold 20000 worth In 1886 1 concerts advertised by lienry a AUUey to soon taKe place in that city The New York police have now in custody Charles B Bourton charged with the perpetration of tlie the1 of tickets to j swindle William Patterson condemned to be hanged Jununry 27th for the mur- Â¬ der of Jennie Bowman in this city last fpring has been transferred to cell No G In the county jail where he will remain under close surveillance un- Â¬ til the day of execution The absurd scenes proceeding the execution ot Turner will not occur in tbe cae of Patterson the jail authorities having learned wisdom Courier Journal from experience THE ROWAN COUNTY INVESTIGATION Iu tlie State Senate on Thursday to make inquiry into tlie official conduct of Judge A B Cole came up as a special order with the amendment tacked on by the House In this connection Mr Stewart sent to tlie clerk an open letter to the General Assembly written by J T Hazelricc which dealt extensively with the a flu in iu Rowan county It was stated that f luce June 22nd the population there had largely increased by ingress A number of the recent additions had invested their capital in the lumber industry nnJ otherwise and thus furnished profitable emploj meut to a class of people who had heretofore remained idle At present there was no danger of any outbreak since the leaders had all passed from sight Mr Hazelngg ia candidly of the opinion that no good can come from the investigation which the General Assembly is about to order Iu con- Â¬ clusion he begged the adoption of a resolution calling upon the Governor to extend a grant of universal amnesty for the charge of murder growing out of the coup detat of June last Speaker Byron slated the question upon the adoption of the House amendment and it was concurred in by a vote of 20 to 12 Mr Gilbert immediately moved to reconsider but Mr Heudrick succeed- Â¬ ed In having this tabled Hie resolution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Something has grabbed the Hender- Â¬ son News No public print has a right to Invade the sanctity of private life and record the movements of modest ladies Only public characters except in the case of deaths aud mar Â¬ riage public festivities or calamitous accidents should find njace in tbe All items columns of the newspapers tending to note the private acts aud motions of the people especially the fairer sex should be kept out of pub- Â¬ lic print The practice so often In Â¬ dulged iu by many newspapers of lur nlshing a society column of news tend s to dull that sense of female mod Â¬ esty which nil true lovers Gods last best gift to man so highly appreciate Full many a gem of purest ray eereue The dark uufathomed caves of ocean bear u tl i I t Governor Buckner has begun to run his Colonel mill If he wants to muiutain the popularity wou by his able message and other official acts of his short career as Governor he had to Charles W Davis of Boston Mass better cause his mill to grind like those a yearling colt by Russell dam by George Wilkes for S2000 Mr J J of the gods slowly Miller has sold to Dr Jllfai of La The auger is fust in the bottom of the Salle III the stallion ISOO foot gas well We augur that the Charleston by Bourbon Wilkes dam will have to inaugurate by Westfoid for operators 51000 some better system of extracting than The number nf jacks iu Kentucky employed or they have heretofore Â¬ well all be in a region where sulphury in 1887 was 2100 valued at 308859 light is had without boring before they the number of jennets was 1678 valu- Â¬ fetch up Ihe auger We regard this as ed at SI 9440 Number of thorough the thinnest item yet perpetrated breds 18S7 valued at 18519 thor Â¬ oughbred cows and calves 13831 valuAward us the booby prize Â¬ ed at 517032 horses 774705 valued Mr Alleu Deathentge of Red House at 16816359 cattle 749821 valued at to whom we relerred la t week as 6569364 Â¬ deceased sends us word thnt if he is At the Executors sale of Ihe person- Â¬ really dead to please print him some Â¬ al property of William Judy deceased funeral notice send out a hearse and Montgomery 40 head of cofliti also a minister and write him feeding cattle brought 4230 milch up a half column obituary setting to 30 14 yearling cat-Â¬ forth his many good deeds and omit cows from 25 ting his bud ones if he has any of the tle 3010 35 sheep 3 horses from 50 to 160 9 work mules from 100 to latter We have not time this week Â¬ 150 In shock w it h 50 acres of and hope the gentleman will not really grass Corn ou which to feed it brought 1 63 need the service for the next fifty years Â¬ per bbl hay 3 to 15 a stack Blue The pleasing unanimity that exists grass seed 36 cents per bushel Sale among the Georgia women is depicted was a good one aud crowd large by the tubjoined paragraph from tiie Â¬ David M Brown of Hardin county Ben Burton Courier Journal the cheerful and energetic young man iu is perhaps the largest melon grower In Georgia who started out to marry the State Last summer lie had 5000 twenty five wives before he was hills covering ten acres He sold in Â¬ twenty five years old was last seen the neighborhood of 3000 melons 800 Mr crossing the Chattahoochee river with from which he netted wife No 6 accompanying him The Brown says that it is a mistake that other five held n convention to devise much moisture is necessary to raise as last ways and meant for bringiug the water melons to perfection rotcally tellow to justice at which five year was the dryest kuown for many years yet his crop was the largest he seperate plans were adopted ever raised Bis patch Is iu sandy Mr C C Lowry of the firm of Low soil which he regards as best mid his ry Goebel carpets Cincinnati was success he attributes to the close at- Â¬ here last week He was more than tention lie gives to tlie cultivation happy in the possession of a Vcodoo rabbit foot presented him by Hon Â¬ The Popular Approval Tom Stuart the Nero of Winchester The difference between a Voodoo rab- Â¬ Of the efforts of the California Fig Â¬ bit foot and any other kind is that it Syrup Company to present to the pub-Â¬ comes from the charmed bay of a lic an agreeable and ellective substitute m Voodoo doctor- - This one so Mr for the bitter nauseous liver medicines THE CARLISLE CASE A terrible blizzard raged in the Lowry has it upon the word of Mr and cathartics formerly used is as North west for several days last Stuart came from a tow linen bag gratifying to the Company as it is week For a few hours the ice The contested election case in made coal black by long years of ar- Â¬ credible to the good taste of the public dust was so thick in the atmos- Â¬ Congress by which an obscure duous duty and contains a snakes ear The large and rapidly increasing sale phere that one could not see forty fellow in Covington named Thobe a flees wing a hens tooth a slice of of Syrup of Figs and the promptly feet and a human voice could not tried to oust Speaker Carlisle seven bark elder a buckeye aud a beneficial effects of a single doe are be heard six feet The thermom Â¬ came up before the committee of rusty horse shoe The rabbit was convincing proofs that it is the most eter was 80 below in places fifteen on last Saturday and was caught In the light oi the moon in easily taken and the most pleasantly dec28 4t Travel in every form was stopped argued by Mr Theodore Hallam December aud his left hind foot cut effective remedy known The signal service comes to the of Covington for Mr Carlisle off The rabbit was then buried under aid of the inhabitants and they and by a mountebank from Lousi the front door step Mr Lowry will crsnument vs Business are not caught so much unawares ana named Sypher for Thobe go to Georgia to obtain further light Young Man I can not understand as heretofore A number of lives Tlie committee promptly decided from old praotitioners sir why you permit your daughter to Â¬ were Lowever lost in favor of Carlisle the vote standsue mo for breach of promise You ing twelve for and three not remember that you were bitterly op Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS posed to our engagement because 1 The public school system is voting Three of tlie voting just now receiving additional twelve were Republicans and Barbourville Is to have a sale of wasnt good onough for her and would disgrace the family encouragement and recognition the three not voting were Repub- Â¬ town lots on next Thursday Old Man Young man tnat wni The semi centennial celebration licans A fair estimate of the business of the thing in Pst Ofilco Department may be ob-Â¬ entiment this is business tf Y Sun founding began at of its There was never any on the 16th the case and the man Thobe tained fram the report Hint nearly Frankfort address of welcome was knew it but he could not resist 5127000000 was transferred by money MassLzzio Btmtoti of Cambridge The had two hand delivered by Governor Buckner the opportunity to gain unto onieis iu the last year 59000000 of and tliey dookled suitors for herclaims to settle their and the response delivered by himself a little inexpensive noto- which war ReHt nliriuid In addition by a fight with haro fists Sha heard Hon W F Bullock anthor of riety He can now go Home and to this amount 512000000 in postal of their plans and was among tha first to arrive at thi place of mealing tlte scliool law Numbers of dis Â¬ pursue his usual avocation what- Â¬ notes wus issued alonal spot back of a chnrch She tinguished gentlemen was pres- Â¬ ever that is and for which we According to careful calculation the ent and a most interesting time hope he is more or less well qual additions ut the present rate to tlie concralel herself behind a tombstone it will be to all who are interest Â¬ fied while John G Carlisle a population of ihe United States call and watched the fight which lastod minutes referee ed in educational movements truly great man goes unmolested for the erection of over 300000 nw v forty fire tha victor Tho Mis Banton hut The schools are growing better about the discharge of his houses each year Some carpet man became sa disgusted with bothr sui t year by year slowly tUeugk are duties as Speaker of the U S ufaolurer lias figured oat that this ors that abe has determined to wod j Jloasg of ReprofeRtstivoe ought to create- - an additional dewasd neither ottfcem Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld -Â¬ Tne sensational Arbuckle vs TIMBER FOR SPEAKER Campbell breach of promise case was leaded iu the New York The action of the committee in covrte last week BuBBie Cam the Carlisle contested case has set pbell sot 45000 damages From all such suits good Lord de at rest all possibilities as to a vacancy but before that was done liver se a Washington correspondent of The Legislature is inclined not the New York Morning Journal to pass any prohibitory liquor looked over the Congressional laws for specified localities If field for fit material as a successor the people of a locality want the in the chair Mr Carlisle He sale of liquors stopped let them says McCreary of Kentucky a comso vote at the polls as they have paratively new member could a right to do with Mr Carlisles personal backing secure the prize He is a Two men were rescued from a mast heal of a sunken vessel in man of distinguished presence Chesapeake Bay near Hsrve de captivating manners and fine abilGrace lid on last Friday wlto ity as a presiding officer He was had been clinging there for fifty twice Sneaker of the House of four hoars without food or sleep Representatives of his Stale and Governor He was called to the They wore nearly perished chair by the Speaker ot the last Congress and made a good imLinThe Representative from coln county Republican says of pression on all occasions He is the editor of the Stanford Jour- a warm friend of the President nal Democrat that lie loves and has stood by him lrom the slander better than tlte buzzard beginning of his administration In reply the loves carrion Journal calls the Representative THE KENTUCKY EDITORS KNOW HER a ver3 cheap and sorry black The case of Miss Clara Camp guard So now bell against Arbuckle the noted Mr Augustus Sharp of the coffee merchant of New York in well known firm of Sharp and which Miss Campbell has been Middleton in Louisville has re- awarded 45000 for breach of tired after a prosperous career of promise has attracted the attennearly thirty years lie ownes a tion of the entire country When thousand acres of good land and a the Kentucky Press Association stringof fine horses and doesnt met at Ashland in 1SS0 the peo-Â¬ purpose being longer bothered ple of Ironton Ohio just across the river invited the Association with the worries of this world over to a banquet Miss Clara Hon A T Chenault favors the Campbell who lives in that city whipping post as applicable to was present having returned from cases as petit larceny There are Europe where she had studied those that pronounce the whippi- music for several years in the ng-post a relic of barbarism conservatory of Milan She sang That may be but Kentucky has for the entertainment of the edi many barbarians with wliom to tors and in consequence was comdeal Hanging is a relic of bar plimented by all the newspapers barism and a decidedly essential in Kentucky They expected to hear of her next as a second Jenny one Lind or Patti but instead she Ex Governor Nichols of Lousi 9hows up as the plaintiff in the ana was nominated for Governor now famous and meteor like damby the Democratic convention at age suit ol Campbell vs Arbuckle Baton Rouge last week He was the first Democrat elected GovTHE OLD STORY ernor of Loustana after the recon struction act and did noble work The printers in for the party The Sugar State Journal office went the Courier out on a strike can congratulate herself on the because of the introduction of prospect for a good Governor machines that set type Their act is but repetition or The Texas State ltouse is Hear- opposition a offered by the silly the farm ing completion and will be dedi- Â¬ laborers to the introduction of the May It cost seven mil cated in reaper and by lion dollars and tlte dedication seamstresses to the tailors and the use of the wfll be one of magnitude rather sewing machine The world can interstate in character If Ken- not prosper without improvements tucky could have her State house such improvements as the finished at a cost of half a million and sewing reaper or even a quarter of a million type setter work machine and revolutions but sue would be satisfied without any in tlie end the laborers are benejubilee at all fitted and all have as muoh work The 41st Regiment Kentucky as they can do There is not a hand who had not rather volunteers claims never to have farm a reaper been mustered out of the service drive and not than swing a grain cradle a woman who does bus had a meeting at Covington not prefer sewing on a machine for the purpose of being mustered to stitching with the fingers A out and to inaugurate an effort short time will suffice to cause the for back pay amounting each to printers type setting 8500 As the war closed 23 with the to preferto the tedious machine years ago it is well that they be released from their peculiar mili old way with the fingers The tary duty Their pay ought to newspapers will be largerto and as many run stop with the day peace was de justoffice as men required an are now employed clared Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Full many a chicken is hatched to die unseen Because none of Ganters chicken cholera cure was there This wonderful never falling remedy Is Bold by Stockton Willis It CONCERNING FARMERS More than ten million eggs arrive iu New York each week The chief supply is from Canada nnd Michigan A f ingle Canada train has thirty one cars with 200000 eggs iu each THIN COLUMN Mr Armstrongs arm was not so strong as his name would indicate Rats Yesterday was an iceous glasseous slickeryous slipperyous We day dont mean to be facetious Well lets C Bein as Its U well sell you these goods at a small advance above cost and carriage Crooke Bennett Urmston Â¬ The Midway Clipper says W H Ireland killed a sow which weighed 600 pounds She measured seven feet from the tip of her nose to thf end of her tall and looked as big us a cow The live stock firm of Weber Lnper Co Union Stock Yard- - of Cincin Â¬ nati lias dissolved and h succeeded by Loper Dater fc Co who ask the patronage of the old firm and a liberal share in addition At a recent sale of Herefords nt Dexter Park III forty one animals were disposed of at an average of 160 thirty five females averaging 150 and six bulls S240 The highest price paid was 750 for a bull M P Bailee old Tuesday to Wake Â¬ field Lee 43 mules 3 years old over 14 hands high and part of them broke at S100 per head Wakefield Lee have bought from various parties thin week between 80 aud 100 cotton mules ut prices ranelmr from 83 to 140 per head Danville Advocate Paris Col R G Stoner has sold At TRAflE monts indicate that thora warejthjrty two shields and sixteun pairs ot cars Is about m erond Wallace has a quan- Â¬ ThoHeltlon Which Natural SwotOM ol and as two uion wora necessaryjsolian DlepoiIUon Dear to IU tity in Btgckivnilcii he means to dispose rtlo ono oar of this sze tho rowMpalone rauc iaK u ao of at lowfprlcesand at mice Call and tat tho Id rf innst havo boeu sixty four Jn number exnmins7iheeJlmota and hhoec jThey Me quality nowaday Scribner s Magazine Hm often very vague Wfatlsnfine are fullgralockit Aell made aujftthe prices Tow He does not Intend to WATCH CASE SOUVENIRS of thoso who tblnfe thn ftnJ not carry them into the spring and sum- Â¬ lt consists 0f a studied quietness ot A Jewelers ailsUke Remit In Serious mer He means to sell them and make Domestic Trouble dress ami manner Some very refined In four out of every five watches room for spring and mmmtr goods and they shockingly p30plo dress eren have qulto loud voices and yet brought us to bo ivgulaied repaired Remember the place the Burgin ood breedln iS patent to U lh or cleaned wo fin I simo token Some- stand formerly the Moberley stand on times It is a bit of ribbon or a lock of Main street third door from Brookss w 0 onM mot a wholJ fara1 of del hair or a roso pcteL But oftcner its corner or third door below Second Tho four loaf cftt alic3 ftt ft fasulonablo summer a four loaf clover juiill tf National Bank nsort on tha banks of the Hudson clover is a lovo token always It is by maiden fair given to hor lover whoso idea of refinement was languor tho Syrup of Figs ftnd ill licaltb Thoy thought it was who tendorly stows it away in the back true laxative It is last too vulgar to bo healthy and of his watch enso aud forgets all about Is Natures ovn goes wrong ho the most easily taken and the most strong qulto too mannish indeed in it Whon his watch takes it to a j weler and doesnt think effective remedy known to Cleanse the a ladyl to Among some people sizo is thought of tho relic it contains It is difficult System when Bilious or Costive to have a good deal to do with refine- Â¬ always to kcop these things straight dispel Headaches Colds and Fevers ment It is unrefined to ho large and once in a whilo we mix them up to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges-Â¬ Ono fellow came in a short time ago tion Pi lee eta Manufactured gross to be fat coarse tohave weight only and monstrous to havo prominent and registered a kick Ho took out of-- by the California Fig Syrup Company A largo neck largo checks his watch a tiny bit of blond hair tied San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton features or lips are especially opposed to all re-Â¬ with a pioco of pink ribbon and told Willis 12janly mo in good round terms that ithad got finement I brought my yx Now Httlo peoplo arc certainly very him into trouble trifle with any Throat or Lung Disease If you havo ennning very curious but wo can not watch horo a couplo of wcck3 ago to all bo fairies nor do wo wish it Only be regulated and forgot to tako out a a Cough or Cold or the children are fancy a whole world of these little four lonfed clover 1 had in tho back ot threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough creatures Why even Irado would lan Â¬ it I didnt think any thing mora use Ackers English Remedy and prevent trouble It is a positive cure Smaller qnantlties of every about it until last night when my girl farther guarantee it Price 10 and 50c guish and wa would bo needed from cloth and looked ia the back case to sea if the thing Whon sha W G White Prescription Druggist flannel all tho way down to oysters and clover was still there buckwheat cakos No largo peoplo found this lock of blond hair she fixed nre necessary to keep tho world mov- Â¬ mo with a cold glittering glanco and LITE STOCK MAEZST EEPORT offered me back my ring I put in the ing CORRECTED WEEKLY ny Wo once know of a fashionablo lady next hour trying to explain that I CO LOPR DATER who liked her clergyman because ho didnt know any thing abcut the in- Â¬ preached such re fin oil sormons When fernal blond hair and I didnt meat Live Stock Commission Merchants at a distinguished literary roan died re- Â¬ with flattering succesa Now if you Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards cently wo were told ho was not a re- Â¬ don t hunt np t ha clover Ill make mora fined person Well perhaps ho was trouble in your old storo than a dop not but ho was so distinguished in uty sheriff And youvo got to givo CINCINNATI OHIO JANUARY 16 1888 other ways that really wo had not mo a written statement that you put thought of his rofinement Wo would this blond hair in my watch or Til SHIPPING CATTLE just as soon havo asked whether St prosecue you for malicious mischief Good to Extra 4 60 4 85 You hoar me Paul was a refinod man or whether Fair to Good 4 15 4 50 Well I foresaw troublo in the air Common and Rough Isaiah went to ancient Babylon to ac- Â¬ 2 50 3 25 quire good form as sonio persons but took the yellow hair and pink ribbon Good to Extra Oxen 3 25 4 00 Fair to Good Oxen 2 75 go to London now for that purpose and laid it away and in a day or two 3 00 1 50 Common and Rough 2 25 There aro somo people who are al Â¬ a middle aged man carao in with BUTCHER CATTLE ways trying to bo refined What in Like Rosa- Â¬ wrath all over his face mond iu Middlomarch they havo so thunder do you mean by disrupting a Good to Extra 4 00 4 35 3 75 qs 4 00 ho began as ho x ir 10 uoou trained themselves that by tho help ol mans family peace Extra Fat Steers 3 251 3 60 nice clothes a sweet voice and a placid pulled out his watch and took a four W3 5 3 Do rairtooooo steers demeanor they appear outwardly to leaf clover 0it of thu back case Good to Extra Cows 3 25 3 50 you want to break up a loving house- Â¬ Fair to Good Cows bo refined 3 75 3 25 There are wo believe many peoplo hold and get mo into tho divorce Common Cows 2 25 2 oo in a very humble station in lifo who court 1 left my watch hero with a Rough Cows and Oxen I CG1 2 OO are truly refined in thoir feelings who lock of my wifes hair in it and last BULLS aro yet qnito unpolished outwardly night sho found this measly four leaf Best Shipping 3 oog 3 25 2 75 Their hearts are right they have the clover in place of it Ive carried thnt Best Bologna 2 6o 2 jo 2 25 consideration for others which is tho bit of hair ercrsinc wc woro engaged Fair Bologna 2 109 2 25 and if I dont get it back you had bet- Â¬ rair to oood feeders very basis of rofinement 1 759 2 00 There aro also others in good society ter movo to somo other town What Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS mean anyway I never picked a whoso natural sweetness of disposition dye Extra 3 75 4 00 constantly shows itself in kind and four leaf clover in my life nor did my Good 10 ooou Steers 2 75 rair 3 00 geutlo words and deeds toward alL wife either I wouldnt go through Good to Extrasteers Heifers 2 75 co No effort is needed on their part to bo tho row I had last night again foryour Common and Thin Stoclcers 2 oo 3 2 50 Now you hustle and got courteous and amiable for they feci whole store COWS AND CALVES so and naturally their outward man- Â¬ mo back my own keoj sake Best Grades 00 4 ners are hut tho reflex of that which is I producod it and explained how it Fair to Good 30 0038 00 within and his brow cleared common Snch persons aro charming occurred 15 oo25 00 Now I think of it he said as ho Best Veal Calves they liko everv bo ly nnd every body 6 75 7 00 Â¬ Fair to Good 6 00 6 50 liks thorn Wo all know a few such started to go just yon write me a let- Common and Heavy ter and toll how this happened and anil aro thankful 3 ro 5 jo SPRING LAMBS Tho chief desidoratum appears to be sign it and seal it for all youre worih a good heart If wo truly lovo our Women never believe a man unloss ho Good Extra Heavy 5 75 o o neighbors wo can not fail to ho kind lies to em and I want something to Good Butcher 5 25 5 5 4- 5 5 00 I did so Fair Butchers and sweet to them And if we are in save mo further trouble 3 75 4 differed all tha caro wo tako of our and ho departed with his mind at rest Common and Tail Ends HOGS The other young man came in in a manners all our stalled refinement Select Butcher 5 55 all our stylish conversation will bo as day or two and said ho desired to make 5 65 53 55 his regular Thursday evening call and Fair to Good Packers dust and ashes Good to Extra Lights 5 oo 5 25 There are thoso who find it difficult wanted his four leaf clover and the Light Pigs 4 75 49 to caro for thoir neighbors Thoy wish accompanying affilavit Ho got them Roughs and Scalawags 3 75 4 25 them well but d not want to ba both Jeicelen HWWy bothered with them They alway try Local Produce Markets LIFE IN LITHUANIA to bo civil but it is uphill work and CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COV1NGTOJT they are glad whon tho trial is over Quaint Marrlaco Customs Obtaining ARNOLD A BRO GROCERS IRVINE Among Its Sturdy leasantry Thoir refinement must mako them STREET RICHMOND KY stuilo and bow and say Yos and Very quaint arc marriage enstoms Richmond Ky Jan 17 iSSS No at proper intorvaK Bnt have among the peasantry of Lithuania A Beef Cattle Butcher they nothing more Is thero no inter- Â¬ stranger in their midst would hardly Hogs 405C est fait except in thoir departure understand indeed would bo likely Sugar Cured Hams 35C Nothing is valuable unloss genuine to mako inquiries concerning tho Bacon Hams Country Cued Who cares for palo diamonds and ornamentation of tha window fronting i2aiSc i5Qoc imitation cut glass Outward polish tho thoroughfare a little tree or flower-- Butter p 5 00 is of slight worth withoir tho truo re-Â¬ pot in full view of passeM by or it vincxcns 753 20c may be a knot of pink and bluo rib- Â¬ Whfal finement of the heart Home Journal 7o75C To tho initiated not unaccus- Â¬ rTIOUr bon j 00 tomed to tho sigh4 it would at onco Corn per barrel J 252 50 A NORSE WAR SHIP make known iu this delicate way that Hay per 100 lbs 40M50C Oats in Although Uutlt a Thommd Tears Ago It the house father there dwelling has a Lard theaf per 100 lbs comely daughter and that a suitor for Resembles Modern Vessel a allow No object so thoroughly fascinated her hand would bo courteously reÂ¬ Beeswax iSioc ceived mo in a visit to Norway and Sweden Feathers o35 Weddings in Lithuania aro always Meal during the summir of 1832 as tho 6575C splendid example of ancient shipping solemnize I in church on Sunday If Oats per bushel 4Soc Orchard Grass 1 25 discovered shortly before at Gokstad tho contracting par ias aro well-to-German Millet 1 20 and brilliant effects aro desired Timothy Seed on one of the peninsulas of Southern 3 25 3 there is a grand ligh ing up of tho Clover Seed Norway The longth from atom to stern over edifice Tho bride enters escorted byÂ¬ Oats in sheaf all is 78 feet the keel alone moasuring two young men and bridomaids fol- Choice blue grass seed m low all in festive garments their Red top seed 66 foet The breadth of beam is 16 Sweet Potatoes Â¬ 1 hoads crowned with flowers Follow 35 feet and tho depth about 4 feet Oik Irish Potatoes t 00 75 alone was used In tho construction ing closely is tho hridogroom attend Â¬ tho body being unpainted while tha ed by several comrados and tho two mothers closn the procession stem and stern posts wero decorated The officiating priest stands before a Tho planks wero laid o over tho framo timbers in our lapstrcak style each table upon which have boon placed a overlapping tho ona below it and crucifix and candles the couplo take their places beforo him and cry wetre fastuned together with iron holts riveted and clinched upon tho inside heartily tho brldn must during tho Shiull sho foel In Â¬ clinker built as we now call it entire service Tho planking was lashed to tho frames clined to tako a cheerful view of it and forgot tho courtesy of tears she by means of projoctions with wicker like cords or withes made from tho will meet wiIi swift and telling rebuke roots of trees and tho seams wero from certain old women friends of tho calked with hair of cattlo spun into a family whose business it is to look cird of thrco strands and this was after tho proprieties thoy with force- Â¬ not driven into tho crovices bnt laid ful words compcling hor to weep It In when tho planking was put to Â¬ is regarded as very had manners to ex- Â¬ press joy upon such an occasion gether Feasting continues for many days From this mothod of construction as woll as from tho character of the tho mother of the bride gives the first relic3 found and the use of tho vessel party tho hrilogroom the second While in full enjoyment of tho national tis a means of sepulture Mr Ncolay sen infers that it was built during tho dance a queer sort of jig and perÂ¬ lator iron ago or between A D 700 formed by several ronples nt once and 1000 Tho early iron ago com Â¬ tho newly married lip away and go to prises tho first seven centuries after their own house Bain lives may con- Â¬ the Christian era Tho dpcoraion of tinue tho festivities at pleasure Har- Â¬ the trimmings on tho prow gnnwalo pers Bazar and stern post tho numerous carv- Â¬ TH E APOSTLES DEATH ing both upon tho ship and tho rel- Â¬ This powder never varies A marvel of ics together with tho handy use of flow the Followers of ChrWt An Supposed purity strength and wlioleMomenem More ecouornlcnl than the ordinary kinds and to llavo Icrislied colors exhibit n very strong influence he old In competition mul- Â¬ St Matthew is supposed to have cannot of low lestshnrtlweizhtwith thephos- titudes alum or from Irish decorative art For In her unwi powucra noia only in cans itOTAX suffered martyrdom or wa3 slain with palmy days beforo the beginning of I A kino Powder Co 103 Wall SU N Y the eighth century Ireland onts ripped the sword at tho city of Etheopia in Jnue 22 tf every othor country of Europo in min- Â¬ Egypt St Luko was hangd upon an olivo iature painting and tho ornamenta- Â¬ tree in Greece tion of metal and wood This consid St-craton fixes the date of construction boilingJohn was pnt into a caldron of r oil at Rome and escaped death sub3eqnent to A D 700 Ho afterward died a natural death at ECONOMY IS WEALTH Its groat sharpness of build and fine All the PATTERNS ToawhhtODMdnricgtho sheer gavo to it a model which does Ephesus in Asia a St James the Groat was behaded at year for nothingfor faring of from 3jOO to JiXO by sobscrlbbg not suffer in comparison with that of tho Galatea or tho best of the yachts Jerusalem St James tha Less was thrown from HE 9MMAX used on tho En glish coast for sailing a pinnacle or wingof tho temple and in deep waters It had the advantage however of a flattened bottom amid- Â¬ then beaten to death with a fullers m ships which must havo secured to it club St Philip was hanged up ajralnst a much greater steadiness than the En Â¬ glish cnttors s molhing in fact be Â¬ pillar nt Hicrapolis a city of Phrygia St Bartholomew was fliyod alivo by tween the cutter and tho flat keelless With Twelve Orders for Cut Piper Pattern of tho conter boarl type sug Â¬ the command of a barbarous King boat of yoar own selection aad of any size Sr Andrew wai bound to a cross gesting at onco tho mo lei of Mr Bur Â¬ BOTH PUBLICATIONS ONE YEAR whenco he preached unto ihe peoplo gess latest doslgn tho Volunteer Tho peculiar mothod of attaching tho rud Â¬ until ho expired St THREE DOLLARS der to tho side of tho stern afforded body Thomas was run through tha with a lanco at Coromandel in manifest advantages for shipping and unshipping but did not admit of as tho East Indies St John was shot to deah with ar Â¬ prompt an effect as does tho adjust Â¬ Or all tlio BIncaztncg ment of the modern rudder From tho rows COSTUXETO STORIES PoDtS ASD OTUZB LrTEB St Simoon Zealot was crucified In height of tho port holes cut iu thosides COMBIBIKO AST ATTBACTIOSS AtSTlSTJO SCIEOTtnC AMD lIOUSUIOLD X1TTXSS to receive the oars it is certain that Persia St Matthias was first stoned and Xlluttratea irllh Original Steel JKn the oarsmen rowod in a sitting post- Â¬ gravlny Photogravure Oil Pictures ure as wo sea thoni on the Biyoux then bahea led and flue Woodeuts making it tit Model S Barnabns was stoned to death by Magazine of America tapestry and on tlie naggoby stone In Each Mtizino contains acoepon order enti Â¬ Sweden The merchant vessels were the Jews at Silania to tbe releetloa of any pattern St Paul was boheaded at Homo by tling tbe bolderthe fuhion department la that Illustrated In not fito l with port holes for oars and number and in nj of tbe tiies raaanfactored had no flooring on tho beams so that the tyrant Nero m EoangcHsl mitlng pattern during tbe year of bo Talae of oyer tfiree dollars tho Gokatal vessol could only have A child was recently born on DEMO RESTS MOSTDLY is lastly entitled tbe beon a war ship especially as she was Staten Island N Y whoso world Model mouth ran the Lareet In Magaaise The Larecstln Form Cireolalion sod tbe beet TWO fitted for sailing also and carried at at right angles to tho place when tho uottar Fatal jr Magaztec loed 1SB will te tbe loast three small boats Indicating a month should ba Tho lips wero TweatTfonrth tcaref Its pnbHctHon asditsteeds per Â¬ RceBtaisaS large crew Besides a trader would fectly formed and tha upper end of at tbe head of Family Periodica never have been thought of for burial tho mouth split tho noso between tha It was without doubt then Individual nostrils A surgical operation was re Â¬ Aad By Special Agreement Coa- property belonging to some prominont cently iwforraad tha child is doiag chieftain and must havo carried from wall itad It k haltered that it will t CLIIAI A PER YEAB svwity to eighty hw Jot tlw Irag-- tat slightly dtefipred TRUE REFINEMENT Z Wt THRMIKIVY WHIT foe THE CORNER SADBZJ3BY Dn me Jjf Call your attention to llicir comtiiodotis and elegant houso Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky rnrr J JSwJSi -- There is no shop in Central Kentucky eqtatl to It in ipp w and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping wiu thp i They hayo the most stylish as well as the plainest of saiMI r in their shop of the best materials They hare t2ii --- Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or goM mounted 1 stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraced variety as well arI gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide v agoi V of best leather whip stocks of leather and wdoff Spots in van Silver plated nickle plated nnd wooden stirrup Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate anJfr shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets hone I toe weights girts brushes curry combs spungeg Ae A lull line of collars lmmes trace chains back bands hame tr plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wansr JJ y TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIH Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appoirej saddlery and harness house jSFRemember the place Herndons Corner Main and Sc Streets LIE jann iy W C GORMLEY CO QUEEKT AW CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Assc ciats Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORIE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the PiciualPits Sol East Mornins and Nidit Trains Only T ana SoBft Ves COAST THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC ooo the Important Cities of the Sooth wttbeat change SJSJVlc FLRi IS -c inn ItUNNHSO THROUGir CARS TO JACKSONVILLE TWKNTY K1UI1T HOURS dolr buffet CaraiHl lullrouus Finest raises Cnnninl iOllLU OlJBOlili TVriini Travelers hwve a ahotro rf tw ktmte of Sleeping MimiiN tegir QUBKX ANDCRRiCKNTKOCTB KtiHM tHeepw State Mown Pattern pawienger beMtHK IteHtiU va tlu Granl Ceutral Union Depot in UiHeluBHti therefore savol transfer across the City and are aaumed a Jnuriiajr attended wa comfort and convenience Nearly All the Leading Railroads Yia- - SSHrVmKfc I u - H 3 e Travel Queen and Crescent JOHHUUAULT General Offices St Paul Balklieg West Ftmrlh St CIucIbmII Ohio HCOLIBRAN General Pameucer Aent General Manager KCAHKOLL RXRVAN General Siiperlnlemlent- AsetKlaot General Fasseriger Jne22tf ssE Uae 5 c eJ JHL HEW GROCERY iggms OH UPPER M STREET 25j New anil fresh goods throughout embracing tbe best brands arI qualities 45o UI2jc 2J3 STAPLE FANCY GEOCEEIES Queeiiswarej Glassware Woodcinvre do ioi Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes 755 Peas Beans Peaches c ooi Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs auglO 1 yr ADRUFFJ rai roil extensions have developed exceptio r fine mineral stock and farming dUt Maps and full particulars ree upcr s pticaiion to C H WarreH Gen T jj Agt St Paul Minn Minnesota is feeing rapidly tranfcrr-c-int- o the finest stock and dairy state in I Union Cheap lands still cbainabe err venient to railroad Particulars free application to C II Warren Gen T s Agt St Paul Mmn t- M0NTAN ASKS FROM Fr MINNESOTA XTHPK11an exclusive grain ccun w I I POWDER Absolutely Pure Milker aid Jeweler The I a new in 5 fertile country creates lMnjr new t affording excellent buahsecs opporu Particulars regnwWwg such oppcrti -in Montana Minnesota and Dakota be tent upon application to C II V ren Gen Pass Agt St Eaul 1 1 Cts lf rP YIP8 of railroads in IS rag Nii I WONDERFUL SUCCESS IJemorests mtbis 300 jyagaine DEMORESTS fjy railroad Maps and full particulars f upon application to C H Warren G- Pass Agt St Paul Minn AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Are you mortgage In heavy rent u r rhmt befaind Promptly dune and lu u workmanlike move to a new location Kxccl ert cheap which will increase in ahe sc manner foM mi five years N other such Cask Paid for Old Gold and Silver tunnies exkrffcgk FWM particulars i upoo application to C 11 Warren O S Dont tnrpet the place next door fPass to the Post oflice Itlcbmoud Ky is an ur june22 tf cxrc cr- in Central and Northern Dakoa tr Minnesota Maps and full partcuuirrc 1888 JANUARY 25 Sardifeelaads pnees ale ent free A drass C H Warren Gen Pass A Mlk J trausf call fPa4 AH persons indebted to me and settle hy the above date After TUTiywORK FOR ANOTi K JL or oaa small sakry W I that dute I will give all account left YY unpaid to my attorney for collection timie working oa a worn out arm V s jch lljan 2t J C Lyter try to secure a living from fisrms V priced or heavily mortgaged Ti not work on rentnl land Jr once yourseto Why of the low priced but very fertile a v tr Et Dakota r had betur Watches Clucks Jewelrjt Silver and n Jioe ust Many opportunities to sec vested Platetl wnre etc Special fine Government Imds recently suric attention given to near excellent coal fields and adjacent DEALER I cr -- SETTING DIAMONDS -- AJMtkMfc FAILURE -- Office for Bent Front room over Whites Drug Apply to W G WHlTj Jann tf ascueu JHatJtoidjattaoad obttinWTBy tboce swnj t Store 1 Be or- - for rent hon over and see tor yoursMt or a obtain farther information wbchw seat frtc if you will ad ress C U Mr I have three large comfortable and Warrea Gca Pass Agt St Paul 2Jeciy good rooms tor rent over mv store on Main street For particulars caH and see C C WALLACE dec2S tf witAj3E3erA u Dakota and Minnesota where make a larger set profit pet acre tha 1 Booms tob Kent taPropcFtjFoflEiiaf two house atxl Ut on tllt Avenue In HM HVnd to a form IfiMadfcaH jjomity 3AV Vn citvu ora mc AS peraoos having eiaitos agair estate of Mrs EBxa J Shortridge 17 l s t C I wh to exchange my m it WjMirpajwcioor before 18S8 will please TV VI re dcuad pay eatae at once flB A-Q- jtun 3t -r ja WiMtw- - - rJi r - - s2rrTnwrwsr THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Why JANUARY 18 iSSS Mr W A- - Bowlesol this cotintyhas leu ret tored to the peublon list 1 Mj date A The Evangelist as a matter of G W Dunlap was expected last at theGos Works J iilgtif tdVbeElu a series ol meetings at W C T U meets every Tuesday4be Court house Pref- - Bristow wht i reporieu 10 nave an unusually line from 2 to 3 p M- atxhe Womans E-x-voice Is expected with him Rev G cbuiige W Duulitp is a convert of Geo O Mr F I Bybee desires t exchange Barnes and will conduct bis meetings town property for a farm See advert- similar to those of Rev Barnes isementBig Wheat Sale Mr W C Peyton feH en the ioe yes Â¬ Mesrs E Forma n Son have terday and was so badly hwt as to be bought of the Richmond Elevator carried borne Company twenty two thousand bush eis or wheat for 19800 Tlih wheat Mr Ben Palton wdd to Sentry Bros was bought last fall at prices ranging 41 8470 or of Danville 37 mules from 70 to SO cents The Messrs For 11310 a bead man will use thH wheat to supply the Individual Wank notes including large demand on their mills for flour jour name for sale in book form at The Richmond Elevator Company con Â¬ sists of Covington Arnold Bro The Climax offlee T T Covington Formau Son and wash lists including W L Individual Crutcher your name for sale at The Climax A Coincidence office at tbe lowest priee Mr John Myers and Miss Annie B Commissioner Scott will on Thurs- Â¬ Maize were married in- - Woodberry day Februaiy 2nd sell publicly the South Carolina on Thursday Decem- Â¬ bouse in Richmond Horiue ber 30th 1887 Mr John Myers is Mr Bobt Boegs sold Mr Trampton a brother of Mr Wm and Geo Myers sorrel of this city and spent most of bis boy Â¬ of St Louis a nice hood days here There were six saddle filly for S10 last week brothers whose wives had the 6ame will begin a given Mr Jacob Collin name Annie and their only foundation for a residence on one of sister was named Annie Several of the Lyman lots h a few days them married ladies from other Attend Miss Hellen Browns reci- States tation at the Baptist ohurch to morrow Jliss Drowns Recitation Always patronize a good night At the Baptist church in Richmond cause- on to morrow night Miss Helen The Ladies Exchange lias removed Brown of Louisville formerly of this n the Wlierrit addition of the Willis place will give a reading Miss House and will be open only on Sat Brown is a daughter of the late B H Brown of St Louis a native of this urJijs Joe Collins and Thomas place and founder of the Register Messrs She is an accomplished reader and Gimui MId 34 males to Gentry Bros nf Dauile last week for 110 per elocutionist and ought to have a full house She has been studying in Iiead or 3740 Louisville for a year or two and had Mr Geo Myers w building a hand- Â¬ prevlouslystudied iu St Louis The some two story frame bouse on tbe small price of 25 cents will he charged Id adjoining Dr PhH Roberts on West Main street The Library Magazine Mrs M J Shearer will sell her farm The January 7th issue the first of the tf 190 acres eiht miles from Richmond year 1888cnntaltis the Allowing interst on the Jacks Creek turnpike en Tues Â¬ ing articles The First Chapter of Genesis by day Jauuary 21stforty foot auger is tost in the Prof W Gray Elmslie Captured The Brides in Far Catlioy from Btack liitloin of the 1889 foot gas well The The Time it Takes fiishing lias so far fail Â¬ woods Magazine niosi scientific Cing to Think by J McK Cattell ed to bring it up lakes Invasion of the Crimea from Mr- who resides the Fall Mall Gazelle Mr Donnelly Dolly Sanders iioar KirK ville h fifteen years e4d and and ShHkexjieare from The AUcnoevm weight 150 pounds Beside she is and others Single copies thn e cents considered right pretty SI00 a year Order direct not sold by who lives dealers John B Alden Publisher Mr Aiidersou Wheeler SB3 Pearl St New York and 216 Clark lie r Silver Creek has Annul a ear ot Chicago The Library Magazine corn with 28 rows irf grains which is a St and The Climax for 200 lemaikablv large number Mr M McOrty couroc will continue - for re election as City J Reed will net be candi Â¬ Attorney Willi horses mules Iiors sheep tobacco corn and wheat higher in price than they have been for a lonp time and a bright prospect for a rise in the price of cattle and with money far more plentiful than is usually the state of case why should there be any complaint of the times Big Price for Tobacco Mr Sam Meeks who Inst year raised a crop of tobacco on the farm of Sena Â¬ tor John D Harris iu this county sold 25000 jjounds of the crop last woeK to Messrs Clirltuan itoss or I KIrksville at 20 cents per pound or 55000 The average was 1 000 pounds or 200 per acre Senator Harris fur Â¬ nished the laud and Mr Meeks the teams aud labor Their part of the proceeds is therefore S100 per acre more perhaps than the laud is worth Tbe price is probably Ihe largest ever paid in the county at least since tbe war for tobacco lu quantity Indi Â¬ cations predict an Immense acreage for tobacco tbe coming season and the wise ones say that the prices will con- Â¬ tinue high I Messrs Wm Wilcox aud Millard Witt of Weden Estill county re Â¬ turned with Mr Wilcox last week to make their homo iu Texas Richmond in Texas A reporter for tbe Courier Journal who has returned from a tour hi Texn has written up the Llano E tacadoor Staked Plains and has tbe following among many other things to say Above all outsiders as regards the States Kentucky is concerned in the outcome ol tbe Pan Handle of Texas for here Kentucky money has been put between ten aud fifteen million dollars As a sign of the confidence that Keutuckians acting as individ Â¬ uals and not In corporate relationships have in tbe future of the choice agricultural lands of these Staked Plains the case may be cited of Mr J Stone Walker of Richmond who is by all who know him regarded as a shrewd and able business man Mr Walker owns between seventy five and one hundred thousand acres aud part at least of the money made in payments or these broad acres came from the sale of a Blue grass farm One of those who expressed surprise at Mr Walkers thus taking money out of Kentucky and putting it in Ihe wilds of Texas was Hon Asher G Caruth Mr Walkers response is notable The Blue grass farms of Kentucky are said Mr Walker like old men tbe lands of the new country are aa youths In the one case the full meas- Â¬ ure or development has at least been approximated iu the other case every- Â¬ thing Is ahead and lu the matter of quality the advantage if anywhere Is 011 the side or the new Â¬ Â¬ numbered chlmra of London his b mora swelled with pride that he wax an Anglo Saxon Three months ago he stood on Powells mountain lu South eastern Kentucky and aa far as Ihe eye could awiep North boutb nnd West he knew that sealed witii in the iron hills was wealth surpass Â¬ ing that or the fabled Golcouda and as he saw Ihe work of three railroads which were worming their sure way up the distant valleys to penetrate this region aud listened to the rhyth- Â¬ mic music of their drill- - his bosom swelled with a much greater pride to think that he was a Kentucklau and a worker though a humble one iu such a development PERSONAL Judge C H Breck business is in Miisouri on married to Schuyler Greening who survives Ijer Unto them aleo two children were born John T and Ann Greening Iu 1800 i lje with her hus- Â¬ mo veil to Perryvllle Boyle band county She has lived since 1865 to Boyle Garrard Mercer and Lincoln counties Iu last named she died from the effects of a fall received iu October since which she has gradually declined till death came to her relief on the 11th Her remains were inter- Â¬ red In tbe Richmond cemetery Janu- Â¬ ary 13th She was noted for energy houesty of purpose and strict adher ence to tbe truth even in jest Her life haa been one of varied experience and sacrifice for others aud we trust her spirit has found its rest DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly i M ll I J S Collies Is Ihe Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ ture Lace Curtains Carpets c Window Shades jaul8 3m Fall drinks should not be cut full in the neck Washington Hatchet-Carpets OVERHAULED A the Prettiest Patterns the Latest 8tyles and the Lowest prices at J 8 ColliuVs janl8 3m chy Morroeco is threatened with Anar- Â¬ Let It prevail aud therell be no Morocco Texas Sifting -- You will find the biggest stook Gbandson Prices Marked Down to Make Everything Move at MI UI fr Prize Fighting Youths Two young bloods of Lexington settle their little differences by a regu larslugging match On Sunday Jan Sth Tom Allen son or Mr T N Allen and Bout Carr son of Judge Clifton Oirr both of Lexington hied forth to an old unused briok house ou the farm of Mr Percy Talbert and in Â¬ dulged in a prize fight Allen stripped at 110 pounds nnd showed careful training aud flue condition Carr though slighter in build was fully up to tbe notch in manly beauty Nine roumN were fought and some lively punching indulged iu The fight lasted one hour and ten minutes and Allen was the winner Mr Percy Talbert referee Mr Charlton Morgan Allens Second Mr Alex Adams Carr8 Second Open Session KINGSTON A J Roberts haa added a wood shop Mr Wm G Willis is in Missouri on to bis blacksmith shop business Born to the wife or F A Jones a Mr B F Adair returned Thursday from daughter a visit to Carlisle Beck n el I Biro have rented or Mr Dr Dave Bennett of Lexington was Jeff Cox their mill for 1888 in the city Friday Miss Maggie Bales will start to Messrs AJ Reed and J Stone Walk Â¬ Anchorage to attend school on the in Washington er are 23rd Mr and Mrs A W Hart of Conway were in the city last week M Taken And It is thought that a largemajori ty will be in favor of trading at Whites Prescription Drug Store on Second street A Vote to be UUU1IP 0 fmnrro I nnioui p U Wp t 4 LUUIOYINU near the Garnett House-- jaulS tf People generally think more or an article after they have paid freight 011 it Milwaukee Journal We are just through taking our annual invoice and find we have a Â¬ ceremony of Mr TI109 W DavI- of Campbellsville Kyand Miss Lou a R Parrish daughter or Mr S Parrlsh or this city It was a matinee wedding and the church was brilliantly lighted and the altar beautifully decorated with flowers The bridal party reach Â¬ ed the church doors at 1220 Mrs George Pickles played the Mendelsshon wedding march and the bridal parly proceeded up the aisles toward tbe altar in the following order In the right aisle Messrs W B White and W D Alverson followed by little Misses Sadie Williamson Florie Clien Prof Ilagertnan Harry Turner and aultand Katie Smith dressed iu white and carry lug baskets of flowers Mr Jerry Sullivan W G White and J Parrish tbe Election of Bank Officers bride elect Miss Loula Parrish on the Ou Tuesday Jauuary lOlli the fol- Â¬ arm of her Bister Miss Mattie Parrish lowing Bank officers were elected at On the left aisle Mr M F Arouckle the Second National Bauk Directors and C C Wallace followed by little J P Herudon J Stone Walker D Misses Halfred Porter Annie Smitn W Irvine T D Ciieuault Joe Col- Â¬ aud Mary Francis dressed iu white lins Juue Walker and W T Tevis and Carrying baskets or flowers Mr President J P Herndon Sanders and Mr Davis brother of xh W T levin Cashier J Stone groom of Camphellsviile The groom Mr Thos W Davis on the arm of his Walker Teller Edgar Tuiley At the Fanners National Bank best man Mr Marshall of Campbells- Â¬ President John Bennett Cashier ville The bridal party formed in a S S Parke Teller R R Buriiam semi circle and the bride and groom Board of Directors John Bennett N met at the altar aud were married Far Gsveuer of Arkansas Mis A D Fkna lias rented th Jones C F Burnam Jus Bennett fucing the audience by Rev Dr The Courier Journal iu speaking of Tlios J Smith S S Parkes and R F J A Henderson hnue on Second Mreet heretofore oc The ceremony wbb pays a Riehmnud Faris rupied by D P Armer and will open Arkansas politic very impressive aud the young couple Hon ou a block of millinery ami fancy lady a very high compliment Presi Â¬ knelt before Dr Henderson as he At the First National Bank J P Eagle Is a candidate for Gover- Â¬ dent J W Caperton Cawhier J E blesed their union in prayer The C0 If He has lieeu in Greenleaf Teller John Crooke Di- Â¬ bride is an exceedingly handsome nor of Arkansas Two negro boys- - were up for petit public service and has acquitted him Â¬ rectors J W Caperton R X White brunette with line carriage and styla larceny before Judge Rice one for self well Eagle is a wealthy planter H L White W M Irvine and D M She was dressed In gobelin blue plush MtVing two birds from S Simpsons His candidacy is pronounced and his Bright trimmed with orange satin bonnet to gr icery and tbe other for Mealing four wife an accomplished lady possessing At the Madison National Bauk match The trout of her dress was - shoe lioras much poliical sagacity as Mrs Directors O H artistically draped with Mareschal A R Burimm Mr K li Hami who was formerly John A Logan will be an important CheiiHUlt T S Moberley N B Niel rosebuds aud lace moss An a resident of this place has sold bis factor in furthering his aspiration Dcatherage Green B Million and B elegant was served at luncheon two story frame residence in Danville Mrs Eagle was Miss Mary Oklliam the residence to seventy five or a Hackelt lor S4500 and will probably remove to the eldest daughter of Mr Wm K hundred guest The young couple didltam who lived near Speedwell Kaiii as City in April left on the 130 train for Campbells- Â¬ lleard From ami is very handsome iu addition to Mr G W Kildow formerly a stu- - ville the home of the groom Mr J W Cooper of Winchester her other accomplishments lent in Central university writing has located in Richmond for the pur Proctors Lecture tor The Climax to from Chattanooga mw fine furniture of refiiiishing Sara Foxs Sale Prof John R Proctor State Geolo- Â¬ snys be sent him Did not go to e He has secured pianos organ Auctioneer Z E Bush reports the gist lectured on Tuesday evening the rooms over C Muttnins store at the sale of Mr S B Fox three and a half Brazil because of ignorance of lan- Â¬ 10th in the University chapel to a Spent tweuly days in the guage deot miles from Richmond on the Lexing Â¬ Alleghauies fishing hunting c very appreciative audience on tbe Mr J S Collins drops you several ton turnpike on last Saturday as fol- Â¬ Took in the Capital City capital in geological aud other resources or our Good crowd Household good Iniii tlsewhere in this issue eroioern lows more ways than one during ten days State The settlement or Kentucky iig corpets curtaiis ami furniture and farming Implements sold low went to Baltimore iu the employ ol a was heroic and romantic To the He cuts matches makes and lays Eight milch oows brought prices mercantie house and remained there historian aud the poet or tbe future your cartels for nothing Could you ranging from 15 to S40 nearly three months and then took no loftier or more inviting theme can heifeis 8260 ask more a steamer for Savannah remained be suggested than the adventures by steers 23 Weanling steer calves 17 came to hill aud stream by fort and field of A man named Ox from Berea Weanling heifer calves 10 Sheep there a short time and then this city in the employ of Carter tbe brave men aud women who In a went to Livingaton to tell whisky SI Horses ranged in prices from 72 Ewing wholesale hardware few years changed Ihe vast and ferÂ¬ Unknown parties literally riddled his to4S100 Two broke mules 321 One Magil good firm aud doing an immense tile wilderness beyoud the Appala Â¬ hnUFe with bullets during the night hundred 75 pound Mioats 325 apiece Exit Cox in imste The citizens de- Â¬ Hay ricks 26 to 3150 a low price amount of business Am well and chians iuto u great Commonwealth Magnetic force In Blue From the study nnd martial spirit of doing well clare no man shall soil whisky In Game chickens 25 cent apiece grass is powerful have been attract- Â¬ the early settlers has been euvolved Livingston bought by Dr Roberts and Messrs ed thus far nnd feel the influence the independent and often times tur-Â¬ Tbe periodicals with fire Climax James Bennett and James Tribble much My hold on Chattanooga is bulent spirit of lier present citizens at low rates Harpers Magazine and slipping aud think I shall be drawn They are not lacking iu enterprise as A Madisonian Tackled is so often thoughtlessly charged and Thk Climax 459 Scrlbner and The to Kentucky next fall notably so by Judge Kelley in bis re- Â¬ The Winchester Democrat say Climax Si 6t Klciiolas and The occasionally See Dr Asbbattgh cent address at Louisville This U Climax i ami so on through tbe One night last week Mr Will EnglUh Seems to be well and doing well list These low prices are owing to our of Madison county who had come proved by Kentuckys udvauced stand- Â¬ new arrangement ing until recent years in mining and from Cincinnati on the evening train A Printers Ink Man was attacked by two negroes who manufacturing That she haa been Prof Wilbur R Smith or the There were 119 marriage licenses came into the car when all the passen- Â¬ ol Kentucky Univer- Â¬ slow to adjust herself to the changed K ued to the whiefneople of Madison gers but English had left it English sity believes in the use of printers condition of things aud to get abreast Cwuuty and 59 licenses issued to the being a very muscular mun knocked ink He has bad prepared and sent her bister States North Is not due to colored people for tbe year of 1887 one of them out at the door and turned out an eight page circular of hi col internal but to external causes The And still there are a few old maids to nceive the other who made a hasty lege and tbe pages are half as large J impubsable mouutaln barriers on our left They will probably make the retreat and before tbe one who fell as those or The Climax Then it i3 East seut all railroad routes with riffle before 1S8S Is past could be reached he was gone A few profusely illustrated having pictures their attendant immigration aud rapid There will be a total ecliiwe of the doses of leaden pills and cold steel of himself hit rather the college tbe development North and South of us moon visible in this latitude JauHary woukl have a very beneficial effect court house the home or Henry Clay The gift by Virginia of the great 2Sih By central standard time the upon some worthless characters who his own home the proposed Govern Â¬ North west Territory to the Govern Â¬ caused immigration to flow moon will enter the earths shadow are always loafing around the depot ment building other buildings and a ment at 331 p m Tbe moon will enter its for purposes of plunder number or bis former students there chiefly and what was worse Â¬ a large percentage or our own popula full phase about the 28th and if the A mnngthe graduates whosebiographles Lease of the Gas Works Conditionweather is favorable it will present a accompany their pictures is Mr J tion emigrated thither Mr B F Adair who has managed Ellison Brock of St Loufc a native of are now rapidly changing In our favor beautiful sight the Richmond Gas works for some county The biography recites The attention ot the couutry is being Mr T C Armstrong Louisville met months has effected a lease for five Madison among oilier things that he Is chief fixed on our unrivaled wealth of agri- Â¬ witba rerious accident ou last Thursday years He will at once extend the accountant and cashier of the New cultural aud mineral resources Capi- Â¬ while tbe pavements roatls and every Â¬ main pie which is now four miles in Immi- Â¬ Sewing Machine Company talists are investing largely thing outside were as slick as glass exteutout both Eitill Avenue and Or- Â¬ Home Many wholesale department at a salary of gration is being quickened from the heavy sleet He slipped and chard street from Main street to Irvine SI 000 per annum Prof Smith is new railroads are pointing tn our fell on the pavement in front of street and erect a number more street doubtless of the opinion that a man mountains which must soon result in Stockton Willis drug store and lamps making near a hundred iu all may be ever so worthy or his goods unlocking almost fabulous treasurers broke bis arm just above the elbow For some days the proper quality of wares and merchandise ever so good and iu making Kentucky spring to tbe -The trial of Geo White tor felonious Â¬ coal could not be secured as tbe Ohio with prices below all others yet the front as a mlniug State The lecturer ly shooting Frank Conway on Thurs Â¬ River was too low but a car has at people must know it and adver- Â¬ entered at length and iu an interest- Â¬ ing manner iuto statistics and com- Â¬ day December 5th came up for trial last arrived and henceforth the gas will tising is the medium parisons showing that in length of be good iu every particular The Kennt before Judge Ciieuault on Thursday A Texas Visitor navigable rivers In agricultural possi- Â¬ Ia t Owing to the absence ofCon tucky coal that is gotten here does not Mr J WWillcoxof Grayson county bilities and iu the richness nf unde- Â¬ make good as way the wounded man who was uu Mr Adairs numerous friends here Texas formerly of Estill county near veloped coal and iron ores and in aide to appear in court tbe trial was will be glad to learn that he Is to con- Â¬ the Madison line surprised ills friends timber Kentucky Is unrivaled in the postponed untlt to morrow Thursday afler several sisterhood or American Stales In ag Christmas by a visit tinue iu Richmond While was held oyer underaSl200 years absence He said I take The riculture she uow ranks eighth among bond An Elegant Reception Climax and keep posted about the the States thougli half her area la Calamity The Tribune and Hun of Jackson happenings around my old home and covered by virgin forest The richest Wellerf of Iowa has immensely pleased the farmers of his Teun gives tbe following aeomint oCa from the severe drouth Kentucky had and moit extensive beds of c aim el Stale by likening the tariff to a great New Year reception given by Miss this summer I expected to find all of coal cokiug coal aud iron ou the con Â¬ cow with her bind feetoulbe Atlantic Eunice Tomllu o Mlsti Mary Burnam my friends feeling very blue over crop tinent are here and iu juxta position coast and her forward resting I11 the Miss Uulce the beautiful and accom- Â¬ failures uud hard times Instead of to one another We have the bravest Mississippi Valley There she elands plished daughter of Judge Tomlin and dejected faces razor backed hogs and men and fairest women the swiftest iu all her graudetrM he shouts but her charming guest Miss Burnam of thin yaller dgs why Hie first thing horses and finest cattle the best hemp do jou notice farmers ot Iowa that Richmond Ka received from 7 to 11 I heard 89 I approached Mr B F tobacco and whliky A better day for the people of New England are milk Â¬ ocIiHjk assisted by a host of young Wilcoxs home was a fiddle drum and Kentucky Is at baud The intellect- Â¬ ing and milking while you are feed Â¬ ladies Tbe large drawing rooms were fife and everybody having a bia time ual development is not behind the ing and feeding her Farmers Home thrown open foe tbe guest wblob nnd a regulnr hoe down was at its material Her schools are improving with Ihe great hall aud roomy alcoves height I found things looking much Her Statesmen rank among the first Journal gave ample space for promenading and better than I expected Mr Wlllcox Her writers are becoming renowned fcjweet strains of reports better crops in Gravson county Robert Burns Wilson and James Lane LeapYear Partv pleas aut The members of the Matti on Club musio beckoning all to he commodious than they have had for twenty j ears Allen are eagerly sought afler by the have tendered the use of their iiou e to dining hall wkh was handsomely while iu Western Texas the crops of leading magnzhies The speaker the yNHg Indies of RMtaioud aud decorated ami the refreshments were wheat corn oats and cotton were al closed with a graphic aud beautiful Vklnity for a leap year jwrty The all that one could wish Miss Tomlin most a totar fuilure The wheat crop allusion One year ago he had stood ladies hare accepted the generous received in green surah over dresa of for the present year is good and Slier in Westminster Abbey beneath tbe Her man Is on a boom For four years he shield worn by King Henry at Agin cfler and Ttieperty which to to be a brussels with ea li trimmings aifemNd ite wiH occur early iu Feb guest Miss Burnam in whie Cliita reports cotton at 7 cents aud 8 cents coir and as bd surveyed tbe endjesa now it is I- - cents and on the rise irjiphiea of III rttce nnd beard thoun- itury elk Paris lace opals and diamond m Vice-Preside- nt On Friday night the Philalethean Society Hall at Central University was brilliantly lighted and Ailed with friends or the ioung gentlemen to hear the oratorical contest for the best speakers medal in June Mr M Crow subject Principal and Policy O W Mr Shewmaker subject Robert Lee Mr J R Saunders subject Triumph or Labor Mr Poetry J M Duncan subject Through J W Tyler subject Thorns to the Stars The young gentlemen spoke with ease and grace and their oratious showed thought nnd carehjl study The three following were appointed by the judges to repre- Â¬ sent the Philalethean society in June Messrs Shewmaker of Harrodsburg Sauuderu of Campbellsville and Dun- Â¬ can or Bloom field The judges were Davis Parrish A number of fiiendn assembled at the Methodist church on Thursday at high noon to witue s the marriage a Two-yenr-o- Two-year-o- ld - - Â¬ The Louisville Southern Ben F Patton sold last Friday to railroad is certainly coming but Gentry Bros 34 mules We fulled to Whites Prescription Drug Store is Chancellor Wanton left Friday for get the price already here Second street near the Louisville on a business trip JaulS tr Dr H N Well3 Col Royce were Garnett House Dr M C Heath has gone South to around lat week Insuring all who The Philadelphia shoemakers are visit relatives at his old home were afraid of fire lightning and on a strike Awl this trouble should nnt last long Norristown Times Mrs R M Durham of Wichita Kan Â¬ wind sas Is visiting Mrs A D Flora G J While bought of G W Harp Seeing a Dollar Dr J M Poyntz and Senator John a pair of good mules at 300 also 8 Some men can see a dollar a long acres of land of the John F White way off Bennett visited ML Sterling last week but everybody can save a hrm at 625 dollar by trading nt Whites Prescrip Prof W D McClintock visited his On tbe llth Mr Bert C West left tlon Drugstore on Second street near brother in Winchester Wednesday night for Dennison Texas to make it ills the Garnett House Jan 18 tf Miss Thompson of Louisville- - is the home Bert U a good boy well be B C Hager liked guestof her uncle Prof John L Sullivan is one of the few and our best wishes go with him man men who can He unrestrainedly with- Â¬ Born on New Year to the wife of Â¬ J W Weitzell of Atlanta Ga spent J H Tribble of Shelby county a 10 out being Jtold of it Merchant travela few days with his uncle L O pound daughter Mrs Tribble was for- Â¬ er Schmidt merly Miss Carrie Jones of this coun Â¬ C C vv rvvv would enjoy your dinner and are prevented by DysÂ¬ a Mr B C West left last week for Den ty pepsia uso Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets nison Texa where he will make his Prof H L Wallace spent Saturday They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In Constipation future home and Sunday here visiting friends digestion flatulency and ana ou cents We guarantee- - tbem 23 Messrs Chas Powell and Chas Smith Henry either lias a good many friends Sold by W G White Prescription left Sunday for an extended trip in the up this way or one particular one or Druggist fiurathln Mountains A law prohibiting the intemperate S Park of Fort Smith Ark Mr John Eld W B Slivers has rented his hoarding of wealth might prevent is very sick Mr W B Smith left last farm to F M Jones and has moved money from becoming tight NO week to visit him with his wife to W H Sales to live Picayune Mr Thos L Martin who has been in Brother and Sister Stivers have lived J S Collins Dr W G Whites drug store has located many years in this vicinity uud we regret to have them to spend their Will sell you your carpets at a bottom with Mr E E McCann as salesman last days away from their old friends figure He Sews and Lays them for Mr H H Owsley of Midway and nnd brethren you and thus rids you of the trouble Mr J T Farra of Windham Ky were Thieves broke into the store of in Matching them Call aud see guests of Mr W R Letcher last week janl8 3m Whitney Moody on the night ol the him Mr John White salesman for W S 13th took several pairs or boots aud He who muddles I1I1 stream of life Hume Co spent a few days with the shoes besides five or six overcoats also Hume boys at their home on Silver some sugar and coflee The theft was should tint complain if forced to drink of the dirty water Milwaukee Jour- Â¬ Creek traced to a negro one John Dlggs nal Miss Btownson of Louisville Miss who has only been out or the peniten Â¬ A and reliable Medicinea are thebest Haggard of Winchester and Mrs Lissa tiary a mouth or two and we guess The worst of it was VJVW todependupon Ackers Blood El Â¬ C Davis of Campbellsville attended the felt lonesome baa been prescribed for years for all im Davis Parrish wedding on last Thursday the negro took Uncle Whits spring ixir puritiesoftheBIood IneveryfonnofScrof wagon to haul the goods away in ulons Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is Mr Wm Taylor of Helena Montana invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal is visiting his brother Dr T J Taylor Sold by W G White Prescription WACO Taylor is a graduate of Central Mr Druggist University and his many friends arc glad m Now that they have commenced to to welcome him back again Col A 8 Hlsle is in the South with cooks and call it ladies suffrage his mules chambermaids will heartily favor it RELIGIOUS Mrs Lucy Bonny is quite sick at her Pittsburg Chrouicle Telegraph home near this place Elder Preston Blake will preach at A Question Mr Harry Duncan will start for Kirksville Baptist church Saturday and Illinois in a few weeks Where are you going to buy your Sunday at 1 1 oclock Mr Beverly Broaddus has erected a drugs nnd books this year I Invite your trade The splendid stone church of the Uni nice residence near Ellistou versalists in Minneapolis that cost So W G White Dr Giles Harris has moved into the Druggist Second street near Garnett 000 was burned on Sunday house formerly occupied by Mr Jno House jan18 tf Rev Dr Forman will couduct prayer Douglas meeting Wednesday evening at the First What an Immeuse town must be Miss Mollie Isaacs has gone to Ows Presbyterian church and services on Ontario Canada Paris Unknown ley county where she intends teaching Sunday People keep going there R-- Chester painting Post Express The Rev Mr Dixon of the Louisville Many families of our neighborhood Daptist Seminary preached at the Bap tist church on last Sunday morning and have been taxed with measels lately but no deaths evening b warranted is because it is the-- best Mrs Arthusa Rucker who has been Blood Preparation known It will posi Â¬ Elder Preston Blake of Richmond Va tively cure all Blood Diseases purifies the having finished a three years course of confined to her bed fur some time is whole system and thoroughly builds up the Remember wo guarantee it constitution study at the Louisville Baptist Theologi- Â¬ speedily recovering W U White Prescription Druggist cal Seminary has accepted a- call to wedding bell3 of Froglown The preach at Republican Waco and Kirks- will soon peal forth at the union of Mr Here is a problem for hotel -- pa ville churches this county and has lo- Â¬ C II Park to Miss Ella Broaddus Does a dinner trons to wrestle with cated in Richmond the center of his field Geo W Lewis and family who taste better before or afler feeling tbe of labor He will preach at Republican relatives here re-Â¬ waiter Hotel Mail the Sunday and preceding Saturday have been visiting turned to their home nt Garden City and on the 3rd Sunday Waco the 2nd Tuesday last City op State of Onio County 8 Toledo Sunday and preceding Saturday and Kansas on S J Lucas Mr Robert Covington has completed Kirksville the 4th Sunday and preceding Frank J Cheney makes oath Ills handsome residence near here and Saturday is the senior partner of the now located where he can wrestle that he Co doing The stated meeting of the Board of is firm of F J Cheney Church Extension of the Methodist with Indian Summer business in tbe City ot Toledo Couuty Mr Ben Elkin is quite sick at the and State aforesaid and that said firm Church South was held Thursday afternoon at the office of the Secretary 520 borne of W D Rucker Esq Benny will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED W Chestnut St All the resident mem- Â¬ is one of Wacos industrious aud ener- DOLLARS for each and every case bers were present Pres Lithgrow being getic boys and bis many friends will of Catakhk that can not be cured by in the chair Bishop R K Hargrove of be glad to note his recovery the use of Halls IATAiuur Cuue Nashville and Hon John W Proctor of FRANK J CHENEY Several of our farmers In these parts Danville were also present Besides the have caught the tobacco fever Sworn to before me and subscribed The Rev George Keedham of Colorado was cry of gee ba can be heard on many iu my presence this 6th day of Decem in attendance to look after the interest of of our distant hills already but in a ber A D 86 churches in his State The Secretary year A W GLEASON the cry will lie gee whiz wl ea f r-Notary Public j seal made a report showing that during the the price drops down to zero year 1887 about thirty three per cent was Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ added to the loan fund of the Board PERKINS nally and acts directly upon the blood and that about twenty per cent was added nnd mucus surfaces of the system to the regular collections for donations Tbe dirt roads that lead off from the Send for testimonials free He also stated that more churches and pike are nearly impassable F J CHENEY CO Toledo O parsonages were helped than at any pre-Â¬ The Kentucky River was falling a SSTSold by J J Brooks 75 centc vious time He added that loans were jan18 1 m being returned more promptly than at little Saturday evening any time heretofore Grants aggregating as much tobacco If the farmers plant several thousand dollars were made to next summer as they do this winter churches at the meeting and the Board look for a large acreage Remaining unclaimed in the Past instructed the Secretary Dr Morton to office at Richmoud Ky week eudlng TJNCITANQEABLENESS Jan 17 1888 accompany Bishop Hargrove on his pro- Â¬ McKinnev D C 2 Boggs Lancy posed trip to the city of Mexico when a Bonsall A E OglcsbyS B For tbe Climax general assembly of missionaries is to be Slaven Turner 2 Collins W G heldbeginn ng January 31 and when the I Shackelford C K 2 Cork Albert Central Mexico Conference of the M E Tho flowers and leaves fade away Taylor Ednie Davis John Dolphey Josephy Turner George Church South will be held early in Feb And the stars and the sun grow old Walker Talitha Huguely Wm were made to one The miser will never grow tired ruary Donations White Ellen Jones Marietta parsonage in Indian Territory two in White Maggie Of hoarding up silver and gold Jones Charity Montana and loans to two parsonages in Wilson fresto Lamerson Chas What good does it do Lobbins Mrs Alice Venable A M Colorado Miss Lucinda B Helm rep- Â¬ McKjnneyManonN II resenting the Womans Department of Advertised matter will bo held two the church extension work was also pres- Â¬ Tho reasons arc changeful as wind weeka after date of advertisement and ent at the meeting She reported that And life flits as tales that are told then tf undelivered will be sent to the branch in a hopeful condition Courier From childhood to manhood ablaze dead letter office Post office hours from 6 A Jr to 7 Journal 14th Our women will never grow old Money order ami registered letter 51 It takes her ages to get so but hours prompt 7 a jr to 6 p jr when she gets there she stays there DIED J B WILLIS jr great many goods that MUST BE SOLD AND TO MAKE THEM GO TVE HATE tuck th So into Prices GO - Knife p B We want the money for them and prices- will hring it Goods fnadsl that they WILL J Dry Knifed Deep Clothing Knifed Deep Boots Shoes Knifed Deep Cloaks Knifed Deep Hats Caps Knifed Deep 1ST0TI0IS Knifed Deep In Fact Everytliinff Has Been Knifefl Beep f BWe want see us and save the money money Come and Call early and secure the harvest at H J STRENGS IS TUE AGENT AT RI0EM0ND KY FOR Mammoth Louisville Store Wl Jfclla THE CELEBRATED c exso Altr WEBST E K FARM WAGONS They are ahout closing up their husiness and have on hand over 4000 of them PATEHT TRUSS - Â¬ it BAD MID TUBULAR AM -- - Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES I Year ill fapns lamtfifl For The Best Material One The Easiest Terms Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont huy before doing so WEBSTER V7AG0N June 3J tf CO I LETTERS Library Lamps AN3D 1 M prs Silyer Platefl Km ai Forte Quote cant help it They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at Th Prices W if you r tete-a-tet- es Mrs J F Stone died at her home Tho heaven and earth will grow old on Drowning Creek Saturday Janu- Â¬ And must pass away bye and bye ary 14th 18SS Tho fictions more common than truth Forever some people will lie Mr Jas O Long died at his home on Tuesday night January lOlli 1888 I always talk better wfien I lie Funeral Bervices were held Thursday IV afternoon iu the Methodist church Tho fashions grow old and are changed thence his burial iu the cemetery at Theres one of such exquisite bliss Ibis place That never with maiden grows Forever our women will kits Near Shelby CUy In Lincoln county at 5 oclock v x on January llth Why do women kiss 1888 Lucinda Greening very quietly F G Knapp Nowhere breathe I her last she being iu her 84th year Deceased was a daughter ot 4vV 5vrAv always haya AckoVa ThR Fox aud was born October lOlli Soother at hand It Is the only Baby safe 1804 in Madison county near where medicine yet made that willremovs all Infantile disorders It contains no Opium J Austin Ballard now lives Iu 1820 er MorpUne but gives the child natural she was married to Jefferson White Prjca 25 cents Boldby by which union two children were aMrajXBi W G White Prescription Druggfit bom to them Galen J Willie and Anarotiv nnil T ma lnoi hntli hamrf Mary H Tudor Her husband diedin 4 Jjf a few years Iu May SStti jdre w i out r reu nag Han tranciaqAjta w III r Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ ufacture see them because you WASHING- - Mrs Belle Breck colored Is prepared to do washing at reasonable rates at her residence on First street oppoalta the echool house Give her a sample washsng and you will see that her work Is well done JnlS Im Ttaj Are Freclsely Twill offer at public sale house door In LeShiKlon- Glass- Â¬ Our stock of Queens TRUSTEES SALE ware and especially our Decorated Din Â¬ is full and attractive As Trustee of Baunafi N Humston ner and Tea Sets - IM Yon ful I ware and O al the Court- Â¬ Monday February 13 5SS at 12ocIocK 601 of Lexjnaion TebjIs One third cash balance In six and tWelvetnmiilik rC T BD8ff TiuisrKE ftAmly1 A TKAUP OFLANDOF ACRES lying within three in ilea j COFFEES BEST GMiAJDESS SUCS ARS TEAS -- arid other Staple Groceries Goods also Canned P 0 Ad4res t JfldlauffVHl Clark1 ilWauih1 I 33 r FBiUHOiS a ft jfci- - ig- v le ssr if U - i i against ttife evidence The actress bad HOME AND FARM paid a visit ito a member of her com- Â¬ Good dry fuel for the gudewife John Smith poor bliud soldier or pany slopping at the same hotel and Killing the diseased horse is the ML Sterling has been granted pension In returning to her own room had mis Â¬ arrears of 13973 and 73 per mouth taken the corridor and fallen lo the best remedy for glandcw Osage orange makes very desira Â¬ foot of the stains breaking her wrist the rest of bis life She claimed that the corridor was not ble posts If the trees are properly A new drama brought out In Lon- Â¬ trimmed they grow straight Fruit don contains drunkenness n wedding lighted Growers Journal a forgery a murder railway collision Laura Websters long sleep lasting Ventilate the building where your a financial panic a riot the wrecking over ten weeks is attracting wide poultry is kept daily no matter how of a bark starvation arson a turkey spread attention in San Francisco cold tho day may be Lot tho foul air out and the fresh air In among the ishootiBg and a foot race Some physicians think it catalepsy but the condition or the girl is at limes birds Thus only can you keep them The Knights of Labor of Dubuque St Lout Rehealthy in confinement bare sent a telegram to the striking hardly like that of a person suffering publican miners of the Reading system prom Â¬ from that disease Satvjiay morning An ounco of mother is worth a ising support and advising them to her sister as usual asked her what pound of preacher says a modern stand firm for their just rights and ar- Â¬ she wished to eat aud she mechani Â¬ Evangelist but that depends very This was much upon the quality of that ounce bitration and to give the Pinker cally said ginger bread given her with a glnssof milk Once The greatest need of the world is wom- Â¬ tons no chauce the devoted sister asked her what she anly Christllkc mothers Michigan Win Fender an employe of B F wanted was Advance What have you Avery fc Sous plow manufactory in the unexpected answer The sister Corn Meal Muffins Boat three XrfHiisville was caught in the belting told her Oh I dont know give eggs lightly stir them into a pint of of some macberji bis iegs and an arm me something to eat answered Laura buttermilk and a teacup of sour cream beiHg torn oft and thrown some dis Â¬ with an expression or weariness the add a teaspoon of soda and a table tance away his neck and remaining first intelligent expression noticed spoonful of lnrd with meal to mako a arm broken and lite chest crushed iu from her since she was taken ill stiff batter B ike in hot well greased Good Cheer molds A sharp shock of earthquake was Towards the close of the reception as Sheep manure contains ninety to felt throughout Ottawa Out Jan lltli Mrs Cleveland poured lea what Cvo per cent of the plant food and the unrounding section The might have been a serious accident nlnety contained in the rations consumed by vMtratiea was quite marked and teem was averted by the presence of mind the sheep It is therefore a very rich ed to be traveling from the West aud prompt action of the fair hostess ferilizer as experience has shown It lite shock lasted between five and ten While lifting the with is especially rich in nitrogen and in kettle seconds Crockery was smashed in a long fringed nupkiu the fringe available form any places but no ether damage is caught from the spirit lamp The When cattle are exposed in severe reported napkin was ablaze iu an Instant and weather they can not eat enough food heat and give a Saturday morning a man about 85 the bosom lace work of Mrs Clev- Â¬ to supply animal They are com pel ed product as well years of age attempted to jump on the elands guwn curled with heat She to use the fat in the body tho con- Â¬ local freight as k pulled out of Junc Â¬ dashed the napkin on the floor and sequence being that they become poor tion City He missed bis footing and vlgously stamped it with her shapely and thin This can be prevented by fell under the wheels eight cars pass foot until the last spark disappeared warm and comfortable quarters SL ing over and mangling his body The incident was over before a friend Louis Republican From papers found on his person it is could assist her and as a prominent Succotash Boil a piece of pork eppesed that his name was R H member of congress said You have almost an hour Pat your lima beans Atkins and that be was from Temple added another worthy trait to your in about fifteen minates after the pork Cut lightly tho corn off the cobs and list Mrs Cleveland that of bravery Texas scrape the cobs with tho back of the Intelligence rrom Poplar Bluff Ark knife Put in the corn fifteen minutes Three ef the Totnpkinsviile burglars the two Clarks and Millard have been is to the effect that on Tuesday last a after tho beans Use two thirds corn convicted and sentenced to thirty one singular and attroclous murder was to one third bean Boil tho cobs with years confinement each in the peui committed on a plantation about five the corn If Y Observer teethiry twenty of which are charged miles from town the victim being a Cake without Ejgs One cup of to them for burning the court house colored girl named Susan Bay A sugar one half cup of molasses one Two of the robbers have not been in negro William Field had been payÂ¬ cup of milk one half cup of butter two dieted but will be ciiarged as acces Â¬ ing attention to her for some time and cups of flour one cup of raisins sories and will probably get lighter told the girl that unless she married chopped one tenspoonfnl each of cin- Â¬ him lie would kill her She however namon cloves allspice and soda and cent COCO one half tenspoonfnl of cream of tar- Â¬ Judge Brewer rendered a decision in laughed at the threat Field became tar I somotimes aid one cup of the United States Circuit court last so insanely jealous that lie attempted chopped walnut meats Household week in favor of the Government iu the to kill two other men for whom the Drop Cake 0io heaping cup of oase ef the United States vs the girl had shown a preference This sngar one cup of sweet milk two Cleveland cattle company from fenc alarmed her and she sent for Field eggs two cups creamery buttered ing the Vrain grant a tract of laud In the interview she insisted that he flour one teaspoonful of extract of covering nearly four million acres trouble Iter ho mor adding that she lemon or vanilla Dissolvo the sugar Â¬ lying in the Southern part of Colorado would never marry him Field de- in the milk add the egg thoroughly liberately siezed a spade and struck boaten lastly the flavoring and flour The ease wilt now be taken to the her across the neck neaily severing Bikc in patty tins or make into a Supreme court of the United State Indianapolis the head from the body He then single Turks head Sixty thousand pilgrims have gone laid the dying girl upon a bed and Sentinel Oyster Loaves With a pointed to Rome Of these 35000 Italian leaving the house made his escape sharp knife cut off the tops of somo 6809 French 4000 German 2600 A Crime growing out of an old feud small round French rolls scrape out Spaniards 52 Cardinals and 500 Bish Â¬ has been committed on the Blackburr the crumbs and fry them crisp in ops are now here In the Vatican fork or Pond Creek in Pike county clarified butter Stew as many oysters exposition are 1S00 open eases 500 The work is of the notorious Hatfield as needed First however remove not yet opened 800 still at the railway gang Five years ago in au election the fringe or beard and cut them station 08 en route A new room is row three McCoy brothers fatally in two Fill the rolls with the oyster being built for the 90000 bottles or stabbed a Hatfield The tatters rela- Â¬ well mixed with the crumbs add a bit wine presented The value of presents tives caught the three McCoys tied of butter to each put on tho lids and set in the oven to brown Serve with received amount to 600000 frauc ami them to a tree and shot them to death fried bread crumbs sprinklod on thorn the money gifts to 14000000 The war has been kept up since and Cincinnati Times A happy and frisky hi are the page the latest chapter lias just been heard Piccalilli Oio peck of greon toma- Â¬ boys And why shcuktut they be from A few nights ago the Hatfields toes chopped line ono pint of salt fifteen dollars a week is very good set fire to the house of Randall McCoy cover with water let stand twenty four pay and the work is fun for them His eldest daughter Alfara was the hours take out and lot stand in fresh It gives them the varity and fun that first to open the door and by the water twonty four hours drain well all boys like and they learn a good light of her burning home the innocent add twelve green peppers six onions djal beside They are a well dressed cent young girl was shot dead Her two heads of cabbascs all chopped intoWgont and active lot They have brother Calvin aud her mother fol Â¬ fine put all in a kettle add vinegar their ton however and after the days lowed only to perish in the same way and water in equal quantities enough session ends the wild pranks they play The desperate and desolate father to cover let scald drain again add wku each other and with the desks Randall McCoy reckless of his own one pound of mustard one teacupful each of molasss and grated and belongings of the members are a fate alter this slaughter of his inuo radish spice to taste mix wellhorso put cant ion ones dashed from their funeral pyre in a jar cover with vinegar and one Two burglars entered the residence into the midst of the murderous gang teacupful of brown sugar Boston uuhHrt by their volley of bullets and Budget of Bishop OFarrell of Trenton X J Tuesday night and out f the room partially avenged his wrongs by kill Â¬ EBONIZING WOOD where the Bfc hop toy sleeping stole a ing wie of the gang named Chambers gold watch and citain a H eteeoral by a well directed bnlletand shot Cupt Two Methods by Which It Can Be Dona Neatly and Dnrably The rest of cross studded wRh rubies and dia Â¬ Hatfield iu the shoulder Prepare some shellac varnish by dis- Â¬ monds ami two amethyst lings the cowardly assassins fled Rewards shellac in solving half a pound of The servant girls were awakened but segregating 2700 are ofiered by the a quart of alcohol put gum n tightly in were too modi frightened to give an Stale of Kentucky for the arrest of the corked bottle set in a warm place alarm Xot long ago burglars rtole a Hatfields but they are fortified in the and shako frequently When com communion service from the the res wilds of West Virginia and no one pletely dissolved add sufficient dry cares to risk his life iu pursuing them lamp or bone black idence of Bishop Scarborough of the It will require Already the blood of Mr McCoys only about a heaping tablospoonful to Episcopal diocese wife a fair young daughter and three half a pint of varnish Should it be Gath in epeakiHg of Col Xielto sous have paid the penalty for that too thick to flow easily from tho brush las Smith the beautiful man says itiie death five years ago Who can and spread evenly add alcohol Give Col Smith is a great deal dtcliked by blame tiie half crazed man if hii future the wood two or three coats of this ugly men because he is very hand Â¬ desolate life shall be devoted to aveng- which can be done within two days For fine work give three coats some For my part I like to see an ing them of the black varnisli and allow it to American Appoint since they are dry thoroughly then take some 00 or quite rare A man who can sit efore CONCERNING FARMERS 000 sand paper and rub the work down me and in his form color contrasts until the surface is smooth and Twenty seven Lexington horses won lightlybeing careful and gestures never violate my sense even not to rob through of art is such a rare being in my house 248 races in 18S7 and won 2S3772 to the wood Then apply two or three Seventy two horses averaged over coats more and rub them down again ami block ami cKy that I am disposed to believe that there are also some 5000 each on the American turf with the sand paper giva two coats liues of grace in his character more allow it lo dry perfectly hard Weeb Garth of Todd county this The ease of the State against Sigman year has made 4000 pounds of butter Makeis some rubberi of felt an old felt gocL by tacking the felt on hat for killing HiggiHbotham in 1S81 was from fifteen Jersey cows besides sup blocks of soft wood of proper shape called in court in Mt Vernon Ky jilying bis family with milk aud but- Â¬ which should be fiat concave or con and continued by defendant There is ter vex to fit tho work Apply a few drops no use in discussing frets the G A R of sewing machine oil or any fine oil Reports rrom tiie winter figures conspicuously in the ease and counties of Texas show au increase to the felt and sprinklo on a pinch of seems determined to acquit Sigman if in acreage from 10 to 100 per Rub the cent No pulverized pumice stone keeping the rub- Â¬ money can do so and K has been put more rain is needed btfore March and work with this ber moist with oil and supplied with np liberally air Halstead lias aver- Â¬ the indications are that the crop of the pumice until tho wood shows a red that SigmaH had a right to kill 1SSS will be double that of last year perfectly smooth lurfaco without any Hieginbetbam because he hurrahed Col R G Stoner has sold to Mr gloss When it lias all been gone over for Jeff Davis but the best oitizeus wipe off the surface and rub clean here think Mr H is ofi his base He Welch of Dayton Ohio the brown with dry flannel cloths Tho result is yearling colt Baron Russell by Baron and his clan may claim a victory yet ebony If the shellac Wilkes dam Alpha Russell 2d dam a fine imitation of the re action trill be felt varnish is colored with aniline instead the dam of Wilton 217 and Albert of lampblack tho finished surface Is Last Thursday several young Irish France 220 1500 Paris smoother nod finer Price ladies and gents went to Maysvllle to Citizen Another way is to use fino coach attend a hop Some gentlemen mis James Hodgkins rented to W E black ground in oil thinned with a took them for runaway couples who 17 acres of hemp land at littlo linseed oil Japan dryer and were seeking the services of Squire Pinneil Give tho work several 10 per acre to Ed Wilson a house turpentine Beasley in Aberdeen to fasten their and IS acres for 140 and a lot of coats rubbing down with fine sand Â¬ necks in the matrimonial yoke A finish with the and hemp land at 1150 per acre to Joe paper well meaning gentleman approached oil pumice as above This is a Quisseiiberry 60 acres of grass at 350 fineand and durable finish the drawback one of the party aud said My friend per acre and 10 acres of tobacco land it is impossible for you and your parly to at 400 per acre Winchester Demo being that it requires as many weeks as the shellac does days to dry so hard cns over to Aberdeen to night as the ctat that it can bo rubbed As amateurs ferry boat has stopped and the Ice is bunch of 253 turkeys gathered in are always in a hurry toseo thelrwork A running dangerously He thanked finished it is seldom used With the gentleman kindly and informed the Russell Cave neighborhood of either of these methods any kind of him that he aud his party were not Scott and Fayette counties weighed 15 wood may be used soft or hard It matrimonially inclined but had come pounds average This is a big average must be scraped and sand papered for youngsters Wherever the Bronze down as smooth and true as passible to attend a bop turkey has come iuto extensive use before applying the finish Neither of There will be a total eolipse of the weight of flocks is greatly increasthem will raiso the grain and make moon visible in this latitude January the ed One Bourbon county flock of tho wood rough or cause it to stroll 2Stb By central standard time the averaged 16 j pounds aud sold at American Agriculturist moon will enter the earths shadow sixty 6 cents per pound at M p sr The total phase will beÂ¬ The Last of the WebsVers George F Keeue of Shelbyville gin an hour later at 431 and the end Ashburton Webstor tho Jast male at 808 while the moon will leave the has lost by plurtsy his fine premlim descendant of Diniel Webster died in Fannie Hatcher by New York City January 23 1879 Ho shadow and obscuration end at 708 brood mare The entire duration of the eclipse will Mambriuo Hatcher dam Alice by was the son of Colonel Fletcher Web- Â¬ Mr Keeue valued ster who was killed at the head of his therefore be about three hours and Star Denmark thirty eight minutes The moon of her at 1500 She has won twelve regiment in the war for the suppression She of the rebellion and was born the same this month will be new en the 13th premiums out of fourteen shows year that Lord Ashburton his grand- Â¬ will complete its first quarter on the was the dam of the handsome died He was who sold recent- Â¬ fathers friend Smltbwood 20th and enter its full phase on the educated nt tho Naval Acad- Â¬ SSUi the day or the eclipse If the ly for 1000 and a sister of Jesse Mac did but at Annapolis weather is favorable it will present valued at 5000 when three years old emy Afterwards he not entor the navy beautiful sight to those favorably sit Â¬ a The American dairy Interests are studied law but practiced itvery little uated said to represent au Investment five if any Most of his life was passed at The verdlet or 12000 far plaintiff in times greater than the entire bank cap- Â¬ Marshfiohl which he Inherited from the suit for damages brought by Jan ital of the country The value of our his grandfathrr and where ho caught when ansebek the actress against Henry dairy products for Ibe last twelve the cold that finally killed him in 78 old mansion was burned Bull Jr proprietor of the Perry months wasueaily 500000000 This the a single ray of ancestral glory Not House iu New York is the sensation is 20000000 more tiian the value of illumined his nnovontful aarccr or of the hour No one ever dreamed our annual wheat yield while it close-Â¬ brightened its close He sijnply ex Â¬ that she would get rush damages Mr ly approximates that of our corn crop changed tho obscurity of life for the Bull stated this afternoon that he m Iiioh is the most valuable of our farm deopor obscurity of doath and prob Â¬ would apply for a new trial at once on products To auupnrt this immense ably not firo hundred noople in Iho the grouud that the damaces are ex- Â¬ dairy herd 100000000 acres of pasture land knew Ihxt ho had overlived until cessive and that the verdict was tend are required worth 3BOO00000 hahad cea8idtolivctf9A Budge NEWS PARAGRAPHS THE FAMILY STORE ROOM Adrantacei of Haying Groceries and rlslons by the Quantity lra SHELTER FOR STOCK Bt ectlons for BaUdlng a Cheap Straetnre ol lTalrle Bod HOME AND FARM There is an old proverb to the fftct that great abundance makes great waste It is certainly true if tho keys of the storc m m arc left i tho hands of servants Undisciplined hands are not careful about quantltlos and the most honest girl will unconsciously if she is allowod to measure out si Ores waste moro than her mistress can save by buying her groceries at wholesale American mistresses allow so mttch more freedom to their help than En- Â¬ glish womon that it is no uncommon thing for the stock of the store room to be In the hand of th so who are in no special way interested to save it If you are not willing to take full chnrge of the stores yourself giving out onco a day what is needed it is economy to order every thing day by day from tho grocer There is an imireuso saying if tho mistress of the housa is willing to take the trouble in buying goods by the quantity that is nearly all good which are improved or are notinjurod by keeping A store room should bo well venti Â¬ lated and so situated that it will not freezo in winter It should have a window that can bo used to light tho room as well as ventilao It There Is scarcely any thing that appeals to tho pride of the housekeeper like a neat well provided store room The shelves should be arranged in svstcniatic tiers with a hanging shelf and hooks in tho beams to bang ham and oilier driel Flour should always bo bought meats by tho barrel It Is an economy to keep both kinds on hand the patent process flour for bread and the old process for pastry and cake If only one kind is kept new or patont prores3 Un- Â¬ flour is the best for geurrnl use bolted or Graham hour should bo bought by the barrel or half barrel Bye Indian meal buckwheat rice and hominy become infested with weevils if great care is not taken They should not bo urchassd in any large quanti Â¬ ty and they should be examined of ten to see that they are sweet Indian meal should not remain over a week on hand if it Is the old process meal Kiln dried meal will keep indefinite- Â¬ ly but it is not so swoet Oat meal arrow root sago tapioca gelatine maccaroni vermicelli should all bo kept on hand in small quantities Tin boxes are tho best to store thorn in The corn or of n shelf should be taken np with little tin boxes carefully la bled containing dried herbs whole spices peppercorns and curry powder and a low cans of mushrooms and vari-Â¬ ous articles for seasoning sauces soups and stuffing for fowls There is no economy in buying sugar by tho barret as the retail price is about tho same as tho wholesale Twenty livo pounds of granulated sugar for gen- Â¬ eral use is enough to keep in store with five or ten ponnds each of pow- Â¬ dered and loaf Migar for tiblo use Coffee is improved by kepping it in a cool dry place if it U not browned but loses fl ivor if stored after browning It is a pity that the Ger Â¬ man method of browning and coffue grinding the each morning for breakfast i not in voguo in this country Tea is a great deal cheaper by tho box and should bo purchased in tliit way whencvor it is possible Tho canis cr which ordi narlly holds half a pound can bo filled from the store room and the head of the houe can readily see how fast tho tea is used Lard dripping and butter should be stored in stone jars in the coldest and driest place Vinegar Improves with keeping and it is economy to buy a large supply Dried beans peas and dried vegetables and fruit should bo stored away in the fall when cheapest for winter use Tho years supply of raisins currants citron and other dried fruits from foreign lands comes to market in November and this is a good time to secure a good supply for winter It is also the timo when all the old stuff left over from the year previous is vondid ex- Â¬ tensively and great care should bo taken as this old stock is often imposed upon tho purchaser as new A care- Â¬ ful housewife will provide horsolf with jellies preserves pickles chow chow and catsup of her own making Soap should always be purchased by the box and taken out of the wrappers and stored in a dry place It improves tho longer it is kept Starch is much cheaper by the box and bluing should be purchased by the dozon bottles It is wise to store vegetables in a room Those persons who by themselves are compelod to buy vegetables will find it cheaper to buy them by the quantity as potatoes which sell at fl a barrel or less are retailed by tho grocer at 25 cents a pock or nt tho rate of 250 a barret Other vege- Â¬ tables and fruits are sold at about tho same rate It is therefore economy to buy them by tho qnnntity if you throw away half the barrel N y Tribune How to Make an Ox Yoke An ox yoke is niado at follows Take a stick of soft maple yellow birch or basswood 10 inch s by 6 by 4 feet long square it mid dress it smoothly then lay it out a shown in tho diagram below 8 10 Â¬ Â¬ are aware of the value of such shelter act fully up to their conviction Tho Jnrnier Is too npt to wait until a sub-Â¬ stantial wooden or brick structure can bo built A practical man gives direc- Â¬ tions how to make a shelter of prairie tods so far as the sides arc con corned and also suggests the covering a be ing adapted to the range It is quite as well adapted to very many other localities and is well worthy of study Select a slope to the south upon which to erect tho corral plow np your sod from ton to twelve inches wide nnd as long as will make it con- Â¬ venient to handle lay up a sod wall from twonty four inches In thickness to the heigh1 of six or seven feet for the north side of tho corral length to suit tho amount of stock to bo shel Â¬ tered build up a liko wall both on the east and wost end of tho main north wait allowing tho center to ex Â¬ tend two or three feet above tho level of tho back- - wall erect center poles eight feet apart paco a good strong ridge polo in the outer then put on two by four scantling for rafters across raftors four feet apart stretch strong wire about twelve Â¬ ter shods in all open situations is gen Â¬ Nit all wio erally acknowledged The value of wind breaks an I shel Â¬ Sanr Cream C niokfcs 0 o cup of our rnxMii one enp of sugar small lensfo mfiil of odt a Hulo salt flour noHjih lo mnkf a soft dough flavor wl h loinoii B ttnn Hulgel TH ro is a Iirik duuiand and good jrlcus for fealhirs ogs or flesh of lucks and grsi and thoso fowls nro aiy raised S nic deem thorn moro profiiahlu than chickens ew oarthernware B fuiM using place in a Whir yith col 1 water and heat gradually till It bolls then lot it remain until tho water is cold It will not bo liable to crark if treated in this manner Indianapolis Journal O to cup butttcr White Cikc two cups sugar three cups Hour whites of five eggs ono teaspoonful soda two teaspoonfuls cream of tartar ono cup milk Mothers Majazlne Of all the callings of enrth give us tho life of tho stunly yeomnn who tilis the fruitful earth nnd has an nppotlte for threo hearty moats 3G5 days in tha yoar nnd is in a moasurc independent of all othor mon A cow with a big udder is not al Â¬ ways an enormous milker nor is a thick ycTow skin an unfailing sign of rich milk although these nro among tho indications respectively of abund- Â¬ ance and richnoss of milk Choose po- Â¬ Boiled swcot potntoos tatoes of uniform size wash nnd boil twenty minutes drain and lay in the oven turning thorn sovornl times to prevent burning until they yiold readi- Â¬ ly to tho tnuci sorve without paring Boston BudjeL Throe cups Biittcrinilk biscuits of buttcrmill one cup of butter ono teaspoon of cream of tartnr half a teaspoon of sola adsertajwon of salt and flour enough to mako tin dough Justsliff enough to bj rollol out Ec chang C irn Bread Take as much meal as you wish to mako up add a pinch of oda and salt stir to a thin batter using one haf water and one half but- Â¬ termilk Bake in wol grcased pans in a modcratoly hot oven with or with Â¬ FOUND AT THE CASH CHAS SFsWSH jE Y jt POWELL k FORMAHi GROCERY OF HOUSE Fire tairaiiA We reprcseBt the follow g r Companies awl johcit vour pa- - Guardian efLomten Assets Vjueenot Liverpool German of Frerport Commercial Umen of London Fireman sFtmdef Cat Total Fund -- DYKES ON A full tr i -- V 3 - 2 North Second Street and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY c gj PoweJts office on Se and Fofmans at Bonanza R T y decsS iy Powell F tx GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit 5 Es3fS33 E B WALU BU1XDEE COKTRACT0 -- T- - I j cjmi cti AJ rj uo ail 1t - C Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wheat-growin- g iok 8 Â¬ Mark the center thn mark 10 inches on each side for the Inside bow holes and 8 inches from these in the Thcso holes are 2 outer holes inches in diameter Boro the holes the first thing and miko thorn paral- Â¬ lel and straight through the block Then lay out with a pencil a light enrvo from the inner bow holes to tho center about 3 inches in tho hol- Â¬ low and a deeper curve from tho outer b iw holes to the ends Then lay out a curve for tho neck on each end to 3 Inches from tho center at tho bottom inches thick and leaving tho wood over the neck Hew out with an adzo and smooth with drawknife and plane Then curve round the eids and nar- Â¬ row tho middle a littlo on each side ronnding all tho edges and quite smooth Finally soak with hot linseed oil The bows am 21 inches long and 2 inches thick This yoke Is for oxen of about 1300 pounds lire weight y T Times i sand-paperi- Â¬ Will Take No Risks m three-year-o- ld Tho widow Loitgcoffin of Austin Tex has several marriageable daugh- Â¬ ters on her hands Judge D ozonbury a wealthy old bachelor has been quite attentive of late so the widow thought sho would encourage him to propose Judge why dont you marry somo sho nice girl and settle down in life asked insinuatingly To tell the I ruth Pm afraid There is so much marital infelicity in tho replied the Judge nervously world Yos but there aro also many happy marriages Jesso but iu all tho happy mar Â¬ riages I know of the womon arc marÂ¬ ried already and have got husbands Texas Sifting Mar ket who has mora cause to be grateful to Jos tho Chinese god than any other Caucasian in tho city of New York H furnishes all the pigs for the sacrificial purposes of tho 10000 worshippers of Jom in that cltys Brook lyn and Jersey City Sometimes lie sells m man as thirty pigs s day lot this purpose There Â¬ -- -is n butcher in Fulton if you closiro to inchos apart fodder corn with or cover sorghum stalks and six inches apart if covered with hay or other short grass so laid on as to shed rain fasten down with wire across tho top to keep it from being blown off To better protect tho sod wall from being deÂ¬ stroyed by cnttlo rubbing or horning against it light posts may be set in close to tho sod wall on both sides of it fastened together nt the top with wire to make it morn nrm To these posts act about eight feet apart if three or moro fence boards be nailed at suitablo height the wall is thorough- Â¬ ly protected from cattle oithcr rubbing or hooking it down The stockyard ought to bo on tho north sMo of the Openings ought out shortening Farmer and Manu- Â¬ stable or corral in to be placed the north facturer Ono quart of small Potato salad wait for dor or window or sufficiently larjro to admit potatoes two tcaspoonfiils chopped both hay or fodder For a sheep corral tho onions two of chopped pnrselyjfour height of the structure can bo consid- Â¬ of beets and enough of any of the salad erably lowered Tho feeding raeks or dressings or clear vinegar to make it troughs can bo arranged cither along slightly moit to Iho Iattor if used Keep in a cool the sides nnd ends of tho sod walls as add a littlo butter Ezehtnge well as tlirough tho center of the place until ready to serve Three pounds of treacle Taff sheds If constructed in the center numerous openings should bo left for two pounds of moist sngar one hnlf stock to pass from ono side to Iho oth- Â¬ pound of butor flivor wi h a few er so as to avoid crowding or being drops only of essence of loiuon or of hemmed in by nnrnly stock The rea- Â¬ peppennin l ol it one and a half son given for stacking hay or fodder hours watching all tho time that it to the north sido of such a shed or cor- Â¬ does not boil over as it is apt to do if ral is to prevent the snow drifting not attended to anil sirred now nnd Boston Budget over and around the south sido of tho then An elastic muctlegcis made as fol- Â¬ shed which is to ba left open or at least partly so Farm Field and lows To twenty pnrts of alcohol add ono part of saliryiic aeil thtee parts Stockman of soft soap and threo parts of glycer Â¬ LONDON CADGERS ine Shaki well and then adfa mu A Class or Laborer Who Hare Xorer cilego mado of ninety throe parts of Keen Known to Work gum arabic and ono hundred an I Riso early and watch the crowd at eighty par s of waor This is said to the S Kltherine or the West nnd keep well and to be thoroughly elas- Â¬ East India gates Tho boll rings the tic gate opens and the struggling mass The keeping of fruit r quires a surge into the docks Tho foremen uniform low temperature jut alwro and contractors stand behind the chain the freezing point Fruit in ripening or in tho wooden boxes Iho ticket gives off carbonic arid gas which is men pas tnrougli an I thoso con- Â¬ deleterious hence fruit should not bo stantly preferred aro taken on without stored in tho home ir if it can bo dispute Then tho struggle for the aroidod Whore thers is no other last tickets To watch it one would plnco for tho fruit the ventilation of think it was life and death to those tho cellar must bo carefully looked to B it Jack having secured concerned Own Cikc Tureo eggs one and a ticket by savage fight soils it to one half cups of flour one cup of needier Tom for twopence and goes sugar two teaspoonfuls of cream of off with tho coppers to drink or to tartar one toasnoouful of soda and Or if the flush of business two t blcsponuf ids of wator bake in gamble clear tho jelly pans Cream O lo pint f milk forces tho cnployrs to gates many of thoso who on a slack heat it in a double boih r one egg morning would be most desperate in well beaten one tcnpoonful of corn their demand for work wiil book starch two table pnonfuls of sugar off after they ha o earned suf- Â¬ add tho beaten egg corn starch and ficient for a pint of lioor and plpo of sugar to tho boiling milk cook till tobacco nnd a nights lodging Or smooth add a tenspoonfnl of butler take a day which oflurs no employ- Â¬ and any flavoring desired and when ment watch the crowd as it disperses cool spread between the cakes Tho honest worker not as yet attracted Household by the fascinations of Etst End social life will return to his I o no with a FARM IMPLEMENTS heavy heart There he will mind the baby while his wlfo seeks work or if What a I ittlo lalnt in oprrty Applied Will Accomplish not entirely hopeless he trudges Few things cos ing so little savo so wearily along tho streets searching in vain for permanent work But tho much as pai it when applied to farm greater part of tho crowd will lounge implements including wagons nnd down the waterside and stand outside carts A few pounds of paint proper- Â¬ tho wharf and dock gates As tho day ly applied wll proorvc a largo num- Â¬ draws on the more r spectable ele- Â¬ ber of implements from the action of ment will disappear while Its place the water during the entiro season Tho wood rork of mowers tedden will bo taken by the professional cadger and dock lounger A gen- Â¬ and rakes should receive a coat of tleman who has lived and worked in paint as often as the paint gets worn this district twenty three years esti Â¬ off so as to exposo tho wood Boforo painting nl open lints should bo mates the number at two thousand tightened up so when painted thero Theso mon would work at no price They gain their livelihood by petty will be no chance for the water to get theft by cadging tho earnings into the mortisus for decay begins in of thoir working friends through snch places Paint should bo applied nnd by when tho wood is dry for if applied or drink gambling charitable assistance From all ac- Â¬ when it is green or wet it will not ac-Â¬ counts I very much fear that these complish the desired object bu t If ap- Â¬ aro the recipients of the freo break Â¬ plied when the wood is drv tho oil West penetrates the wood and remains there fasts with which tho well-to-d- o End in times of social panic soothes to harden and keep tho water out Nothing on tho farm is moro bene- Â¬ its own conscienco and calms Its own fears But apart from this so mi fited by painting than tho wheels of criminal claw tho saple of the dock tho wagons nnd carts for these nro and watcrsido population subsisting full of moriises and unless kept tight by means of the cxtrenu fluctuation they get soaked with water and soon and irregularity of employment is decay But to keep a whoel in good mado up of those who aro either men- Â¬ order the tires must be kept tight be-Â¬ tally or physically unfit for worthful cause the moment theso arc loose tho These men spokes loosen nnd open the joints even and persistent work hang about for tho odd hour or if well painted therefore before paint- Â¬ They livo ing caro should bo taken to have tho work one day in the seven ou stimulants and tobacco varied tires tight enough so there will be no loose joints Wheels that aro kept with bread and tea and salt fish tight and well painted will last many Thoir passion is gambling Soctions of them are hereditary casuals a years and bo mado to carry heavy loads many thousands of miles larger portion drift from tho country wheels nro that not They have a constitutional hatre d to while regularity and forethought and a kept well painted will soon decay Ono rensnn for need for paltry excitement They and break down are late risers sharp witted talkers this is ihoy are required to stand When Iho and nbovo all they havo that agreea- Â¬ both rain aud sunshine ble tolerance for their own and each roads aro wet they are required to tun others vices whch seems characteris- Â¬ through mud a- - d water and in a c ry tic of a pn rely leisure class whether time to run through iho dry hot sand Almost every farmer has skill it lies at the top or the bottom of so- Â¬ enough to pnint his farm implements ciety Nineteenth Ctntury and as he can do it at his leisure ho AN ASPHALT LAKE will fcol only the cost of Iho paint The Vast Caldron nr flnld Pitch Found lo and as this at tho present time is very cheap a single dollars worth of paint the Island or Trinidad The most of tho asphalt comes will go over a largo number of imple Â¬ from Trinidad sad a dealer in the ments Piint now can be bought in Trinidad you small cans ready mixed and of any article to a reporter know i3 tho most southerly of tho color desired It is not good policy to group of the West Indies known as pot paiut on very thick as by so do Â¬ the Windward islands and is next to ing it is very likely to peal off nor is Jamaica La Brae tho lake from it best to put on two coats uithin a fow which the asphaltum is taken has an weeks of each other for the same rea- Â¬ area of a hundred and fifty acres son that it i not best to apply it thick Christian at Work Charles Kingsleys moro n cent and exact measurement reduces this area lo ninoty nino acras This howovcr Americas Highest Mountain contains millions of tons of tho crude Tho high st mountain in America pitch which in its refined state so rapidly popular must now bo ohingo I from Mount St is becoming on this continent from the im Â¬ Elias to M Hint Wrangol a littlo t tho perishable nature of tliq pavoment con- Â¬ north Several of these mou itains structed frim it Asphalt urn is also have been nowly muasurvtl Mount H 01 onco roughly cstimatxd at found in other parts of tho island Though called a lako or lagoon this 17000 fee then closely at 16 000 depot of pitch is for tho most part a was brought down by Irangulalio i to solid mass rent howovor by chasms 13000 an aneroid barometer mado it varying from three to thirty feet in 12000 and a mercurial barometer width with no great depth so that 1L255 Mount S E las estimated by they are traversed without much dif Â¬ DAgclot lo bo 12672 foot is triangu Â¬ Here and there whorevor lated by Mr Btkerto 19500 It now ficulty there is any soil are clumps of trees appears that M mm Wrangel lying to The liquid portion of tho lako lies on tho nonh risjs 18 400 feet nlnre Cop Â¬ the sido nearest tbo sen aud only oc- Â¬ per river which is in turn 2001 ftot cupies a few acres in extent and of un Â¬ 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