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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- V3 h y fcw-gft -- Hh He Se iTT L- j 17 T H ec53ge4 r FORGIVENESS L ne Jo a field a deby raise bar tea Aad kaewtag Ut tbe mhi her abed His warmlh asd light htr swaat safce atene bne suktaa seoroed his leva and beldei TRADE WHY - s 1 - JJ ffl es5ac NUMBER lit I THE CLIMAX YOLUME I1 BUSHED EVERY WBDXB6BAY BY RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 1888 brother might in the course of time liavi been the wife of all the brothers NEW 32 ZEALANDS SHE CAME OUT THS jr This Climax TKICB mG PrnxzwoGa YEAR f -- PER WHITE 150 F1INCH TIPTON EWTORS professional Carets A Wilkes Smith D D S jaTOFFICE Malu street two doers june22 tf rj veJeomtl Staffed sHy on a weein racraat fereeie Tbe son to tease To teaea then tbe ralae o t Ms graee Tbe saa in pride aad anger bW his faes Tbe Sower fait tbe obaae ia wtU araaaa Aad longed hi sorrow tor ber lorvrs g i zo A paseiag rate drop fell mtt sadden free Up- n her cbeelc Tbe taasooa tiring of his terdiy mood Peped eat to see 1 yet ber seors she raed uesawtbe tear be watsbed tbe woetagwtnd Float sad away aad leave tbe Sower aaklad Aad beard Truhgladdsnd heart ber rotee en- STQTte hr jcTmorgan teg dd s OFFIlE Mam rtreet over Mndi scn National Bank Richmond Ky jjne22tf DRTM rHYSKIAN POYNTZ AND SURGEON His pardon sweet Bat aU to prove ber qaick rspentaaea tree Be steeled hs heart with resolution sew Aad saak behind the world wtthoat eae sign Aad left her there la eoU aad dark to pine Tbeagh tboaght be ottos of tbe sweet pale faee Bfased bis graee Up with tbe day he rose his lore to greet And lay his love aad pardon at her feet Bat ah No tender fae retaraed his smile VHh wetciraing love aad sweet reereach the while Ktnght save one leaf tbe faltefal zehpyr gave To mark her grave JTof A Brazil t Dttrok FrM Prttt treat OFFICE Second street over Mndi june22f tcn County Drug Store- - MANY WAYS TO WED G W EVANS M D AND Queer Marriaga Laws aad Customs of the Old Days Korain VeMln SURGEON OrFHE Kecowd street over D P juiietf Armers jewelry store PHYSICIAN DR T J TAYLOR Crrnmonles Ilonoei In TliH Country VUy the Ring is Worn on u Certain Finger Knptlals r ai Ureer Stire oner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juue22t Adm woald probably nerer have married if he hal bseu oorapeletl to hnt around tle present Alleghany County court building to find lhn little back room of the tvUpm ho would be obliged to Â¬ pay his half dollar and swear to more things MAIN STREET than he ever draam I of before lis Nixt Door to Lhxohs Up Stairs could get a marriage license Ts ience at Willis Hoase Hs would eertainly ham been in a Iie2tf bod fix when he came to swear that ROBERTS Eve was of full age or to produce theÂ¬ DR proftSsMMtal services to lite written consent of her father or mothOfiw his er It is safe to say that be would ilSI e in drug siore of lower MhIh have given it up and died an old bach Â¬ jdljSMy elor t RieliiniMnl Ky S Yet without minister magistrate DR U C AMBROSE regfeer or othw official intervention the marriage of A lam and Ere was stteh that it would have stood the test KY FORD of the ol I E vgllsh oommoa law titituCk lr- - 2 l in li ItarlMt4 Mr J C III lite yHl- - From earliest tim js the various Lok states of soi4ely have imposed regu laioas fortho obsjrvance of this sjl em coot oL For marriage is sim Â¬ MD T EXSMIT IAN AND SURGEON ply a contract cxeopt that the parties om not now change or terminate it by HALL KY mutual consent as they can all other DR JOHN M FOSTER registers office PHIL i IE vcwAmat DR T I XIiN i i Hi TH iItTU l l nN ottHiracs There is in tho Royal Library of Paris a written contract made in 1297 J FAIN between two persons of noble birth in Armagnal The husband and wife rivy KY were bound to caeh other for seven tml wvkv to years It was also agreed that the should have lite right to renew v Ah 17 i f parties the end of the tie at that time if they RiHtiiaUr agreed but if not the chil Â¬ J F CWRKBIISON dren were to be equally divided and if the number hnttd chance Hot to be OOftSBLISON ere they were to draw lots for tbe o 1 ntm KBSiWKY The Ronan chiireh alone regarded n arriag as a sacrame it but all the other churches reocg liz m it as a Di 4jHl services -1 to the g7 vr ligions services for its solemnization So strong a hold di I the church in En WACO KY I rvlces t tlte gland gain upon it that f v a long time -l O Vr the regulation of marriage and divorce jni4ir i was almost exclusively under the churchs juris liction DR S M A nong i he Romans there were three ways of obtaining a wife by capture AND SURGEON PinMCIAN Wien a Roman bought sale o gift KENTUCKY a wife and this was the usual way RICHMOND the ceremony that folowed was raore OTj on First Street jmtly ly gme throHgh for the sake of having indisputable evidence Hardin W Bright A M Ifl D The head of the family of the sale had to give ber over to the husband in tlie pres- Â¬ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ence of wit Hos aul it is from this RICHMOND KY we now have the custom of giv Â¬ street over Madl--- a that OFFICE Second ing away the brine Before the period l ouuty Drug Store of Rimes greatness the parties could I want it distinctly understood that I dissolve the marriage by mutual con Â¬ un an the only one in Rlelimond tint ikrsuiids the tliorowgli use or tlie sent When they wished to terminate the Mrncope aud Clieinistry as applied tjixanuuatioiis of tissued ami fluid contract they usually went before an rfUehumau body I only mmtion altar and iu ihe presence f witnesses tj s for liouest protection My Mgna declared the marriage at an end At ture will be attached to each examina ami after tho timo of Romes greatness SSinohly tur The the marriage was indissoluble R HHan husband took his wife not as ber husband but as her father She PARRISH came into his family the same almost as aa adopted daughter Attorneys At Law Origi tally the husbaid had absolute RICHMOND KY and complete control over her and her pcil attention given to abstracting property Even after his death she s to lauds in Eastern Kentucky was subjected to any guardianship OiTi e iu Climax building S E that he might have had appointed for C rier Malu and oeomid Streets up her during his lifetime B it a change Balre June 24 tf came in her condition and came as changes usually come from yie ex-Â¬ BURNAM E treme to another The wife was now subject to tho tutelage of guardians appointed by hor own family Tills tutelage gave her a very independent RICHMOND KENTUCKY position as to her separate estate and A R Hur OFFICE with C F person June 12 tt naii en First Street Before this change came and even afterward there was oxercised among A SULLIVAN J the Romaus comnleto tvrannv by the bead of the family ovor his relations which were members cl his family Rli HMOND KENTUCKY As head of the family the eldest OI FICE on Firvt street same ns male was always the head ho had tirvcily iccuoied bv County Judce power not only over his relativos but M rr oct6 ly all persons onneced with his house Â¬ hold and his childrens households White the father lived his son was sub Â¬ J SCOTT ject to him although the son might be forty years old and have a large family of his own The grandchildren were RICHMOND KY subject to the grandfather the same as IT 0Vire on Second Street June 22 their own father Tho family was then regarded much CS If a as we now regard the individual nioniber committed a orinio the whole family was held responsible and it was RICHMOND KY perfectly lawful for the injured family to get revengo or satisfaction ovea if Office on Second Street 22 tf jane it were necessary to exterminate the whole offending family- - This was A carried to such aru extent that whole families wore destroyed The bleed fouiL and it was well i rmctice In Madison amLadjoInlug named descending from father to son coui jes ana in the Court of ApjieaK was to the Ro nan lu effect what tifFle In Master Com mission erfl It inherited ourse was to the Greek the cffifs over Circuit Clerks office The feud was kept up not so much for June 22 tf the sake of punishment as to prevent the supposed liability of the offending family to commit fresh offenses With all their poiuiar customs in regard to AND the family it most be said to their credit that thoy never to any extent praetloed polygamy If tbe Romans did not countenance polygamy the Ilabraws did ami they peculiar custom There SPEED SMITH Agent had a more among them called the was a law Levirate whioh means brother-in-laRICHMOND KY and according to this law at the death rents or vhtl Estate on exchanges all klods of of the husband the next oldest un Â¬ reasonable terms and brother-in-laof the widow represents firvtluaa Piri niiir Life lu- - married married her if there were no children CTnce Companies In this way the wife of tho eldest ice in c Ly tert UlethlDg Store Jane22 tf DR GILES HARRIS accordingly tine every dennmination has provided re- Â¬ l istititioH a itl LETCHER Western nations but the marriage took place wlmtlter there wvre any children or not There was another kiml of marriage cilhl polygnia ami like tit- Leviriie 3l oiilod to like es em countries lhi I nwever did n giiin inuchfoot Polygnia Ixill amoiig the lie lire u was simply polygamy revorsed AcÂ¬ cording to it tho woman was the head at the house and might have as many legal husbands at one time as she pleased Her children boro her namo and recognized her as hoad of the house Some ef tlie customs attending a Hebraic marriage wore peculiar The bridegroom dressed himself in the most gorgeous style he could oomraand He next jorf timed himself with frank- Â¬ incense ami myrrh Thon he went forth covered with garlands or if he were rtch he would wear a circlet of gold and ride a gaily capriso tied horse He was attended to the brides house by his groi msmen musicians siugors and torch bearers Tlie marriage was always celebrate at night and the bridesmaids were provided with lamps to meet the bridegroom when he came Oa hit arrjyal he found the bride bridosmaids and company awaiting him As soon as the actual ceremony was over the entire company returned to the bride Â¬ grooms house with great rejoicing When they reached the liouso they parÂ¬ took of the wedding feas The fes-Â¬ tivities usually lasted during fourteen days The groom not only furnished i he feast but the robes of those who to k part iu the ceremony Pioneer marriagos in this country noi a century ago had some resem- Â¬ blance to a Hebrew wedding In those days the marriage was the cause of great excitement and the whole neigh borliood was usualy invited As the lions s of the bride and groom were genorally far apart the groom started early iu the morning on a horse as highly caparisoned as the times would allow Hi was attended by his grotmsmen The marriage generally took place before noon to enable the whole party to return to the grooms home before dark Tlie home journey was not always without incident If any persons were not invited to at Â¬ tend they wer3 not at all backward about felling tres in the road piling up all kinds of hindrances and firing Severe off guns to scare tlie hor c injuries were thus frequently caused but bravoly borne When the party were within a few miles of the house a botle race was arranged Two persons wore choson for this dangerous ride The most impassable road was selected and the riders start- Â¬ ed for the house Pell mell 1 hey went over all kiids of obstacles and when the fortunate one reached the house he was hauded the much prized black betty as the whisky bottle was then called II i then returned to the party and after giving each of the grooms- Â¬ men and even tlie bridesmaids a drink lie put the Lottie in his jacket for fuure reference When the house was readied a feast was rea ly for tin party who wero usually hungry after tlie long ride The festivities wore kopt up all night till liroad daylight when tho feast ended Tlie ring which is now so common- Â¬ ly used at marriage ceremonies was originally in England made of iron adorned with adamant Bjing hard It was supposed to signify the endur Â¬ ance and perpetuity of the contract The eminent Swainburn speaks about this ring Ilowbeit he said it skilieth not at this day of what metal the ring be made of the form of it lining round and without end doth import tbat their lovo shall circulate and flow continually The finger on which tho ring is to be worn is tho fourth finger of the left hand next the little finger because there was supÂ¬ posed a vein of blood to pass from PMthurgh thence into tho heart Dispatch - nmy of the rutow aferward extended to given to Now Zealand by some face- Â¬ tious writer and the epithet Is rather appropriate when one considors tbat with a population of baroly ovor half a million sho has managed to borrow money to tnno of 150000 03a Be Â¬ sides this every littlo borough and harbor board throughout tho longth and breadth of tho land has rushed into tho London money markot and mortgaged itself for all it was worth Notwithstanding the large amount of annual interest due on these loans tho country has always paid its way right along and this goes to prove the great natural resources of this young coun- Â¬ try which can stand so groat a strain and also speaks favorably of tho push- Â¬ ing qualities of its farmers and busi- Â¬ ness men Wool is tho staple of tho country but the industries peculiar to tho Auck- Â¬ land district are tho lumber and kauri gum trades Vast forests of kauri pine and other indigenous timber covei tho greater part of tho tract of coun- Â¬ try lying north of Auckland City and aro being worked with such a will by the lumber and saw ndll corporations that tho Legislature has at last beon A compclcd to move in tho matter Government Conservaor or Inspector of Forests has been appointed whoso duties aro to report on the state of tho different forost lands to check tho willful and wasteful destruction of tho growing timber and to take measures for the replanting of bare or donuded Tho kauri pine grows only country in tho norlhorn portion of New Zea- Â¬ land and nlih mgh it does not conic up in sizo to the big trees of California still makes a very good show for sec- Â¬ ond place Ten to fifteen foot in di amotor is quite common and even larger ones aro mot with Tho stem of the tree rises clear and straight for a hoight of sevonty to one hundred feet thon branches out into a wide spreading umbelliferous head of evor grcon leaves Canital ship spars aro obtained from this troe Kauri gum is the resinous product of the tioe of the same name It is gen- Â¬ erally found in irregularly shaped lumps ranging in size from a pigeons egg to a mass two or tliroo f et iu cir- Â¬ cumference and is dug out of swampy nr bleak fern clad stretches oi coun- Â¬ try whereon the kauri pine has flour Â¬ ished in days gone bv The gum gen Â¬ erally lii s about a foot b low tho S r fnce of the grcund and its presonce s detected by means of a sharp iron spear with which ihe digger prods all the likely looking spots In the mar- Â¬ ket it sells for from 150 to 700 per ton according to quality and to tho state of tho foreign markes No cap- Â¬ ital being required for tho pros cation of this industry of gum digging be Â¬ yond a spade speitr and camp outfit it is followed out by many poor fellows who aro out of regular employment or hare had a streak of bid luck olse where If he is steady tho diggor can make good wag a and one must remomber that labor wagrs in tlie colonies if they do not equal those prevailing Pi some parts of tho States are yet much higher than tho low rates ruling in Europe The colo- Â¬ nial workmens motto is the four 8s The Great Natural iteonrces of a Slort gao Itulilou Coouy Tho Great Lan Land is tho titlo Inqulsltl tenets A man who scorned to bo worried with business cares and who having doubtless spent a sleep ass night was givon to nervous starts was sitting in a stroot car when a very small child held by a woman began to cry Tho man moving irritably siid I dont seo why women drag their 6ickly babies out in such weather as this I know that tho show windows aro very attractivo and that tho mnln object of womans lifo is to gazo at rib Â¬ bons and such stuff but I should think that thore arc somewhere within ten- Â¬ der range of motherhood somo influ- Â¬ ences that would induce a woman to keep a sufforing child at home The child cried louder and the irri Â¬ table man flounced and squirmed Tho woman cast at him a glanco of be- Â¬ seeching meekness and with endear- Â¬ ing words and soft cooing tried to sooth tho child All efforts all but tho right ono aro tried the man muttered Madam Tho woman started and looked at him Will you permit mo to ask you a question Ye A Suffering Woman Satlxfleia Grumbler sir Tho man with nervous fervor con- Â¬ tinued There are many thing which I do not understand and which 1 havo determined shall not wear mo out with thoir puzzling complications but there is ono thing which I would like very much to know and that is why do women whj do you persist in bringing that child out such a day as this imperiling its own lifo and shat- Â¬ tering the nerves of peoplo who havo never dono you any harm Thi I admit may bo an unreasonable re- Â¬ quest anl boforc flying off as I sco you are about to do I request that 3ou tako a sensible view of the mat-Â¬ VALUE OF PARROTS The Prices Asked and Obtatnoil fortVotl Educated Tdlkatlvo Birds That chattoring genius of tho bird tribe vulgarly known as tho is creating something of a financial sensation among fanciers who find more customers than parrots but who aro timid about holding their prizes at such prices as now prevail for fear that a Wost India or South American fleet may at any momont overstock Sure enough theres a tho markot boom In parrots said a Ninth stroot and we aro getting high dealor prices for tho birds on hand especial- Â¬ ly for Brazilian pets that can talk The othor day wo sold a bird for 150 and wo hold this oie in the cage horo pointing to a fine specimen on a porch near by at 125 These aro unusual figures then Oh yes We sold the 150 parrot partly on its merits and partly bo causo it bore a s rong rosemblanco to Ihe recently deceased pet of an old lady on Sirlng Garden street who was as fond of her bird as though it had been her daughter But it was a bright parrot could whistle like a flute and knew half a dozen such I I l rt1 till Tfve Ittnaa no Pnmin Yankee Doodle Over the Fence Is Oit and Tho Old Mans Drunk Tlie latter tune it learned Again fr m its last mistrass along with sun Â¬ dry profano expressions which cut down its valno at least 5D A par Â¬ rot that would spit ont half a dozen tunes without a cuss word say Good night and Good morning at the propor times and would not tight with tho homo cat would in tho present condition of tho market fetch poll-parrot Let Us Talk Tosrether We want to prove to you that it Is our Honest Intention to Sell Goods Without any Okl time Wbc-Prices There has never been a time when your Money had as great a Purchasing Power as Now Our Immense Stock of Ladies Misses ami Childrens will be sold from this day on until they are closed out for a less price than tlie cost to manufacture litem OUR SHOE AND CLOTHING STOCK was never more complete Mens full stock Boots at a lees price than you can buy the commonest split leather elsewhere You can buy a pair of Ladies Shoes thai will wear all winter for 100 or 125 DRESS GOODS of all kinks Flannels Lindseys Jeans Casfimeree Tickings Calicoes Ginenama and everything sold by a First Class Dry Goods Store can be bought from us at oir Popular Jmh Priee which are the Lowest in Ihe city EVERY ARTICLE in our store stands on its own bottom as anindivklnal bargain We set the example for many we have always found that original methods are the beat te faifew 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 i our prices are made to win we make no sworn Mi We cordially invite you all to come at once and get your share of tlie many bargains tbat euotoni ere have the advantage of There is enough for you all if you come at once Yours Very Respectfully OLOAi OS r cli M h l a or RAMSEY Jlin22tf OLDHAM Busy Bee The Proprietors bonanza thbeshek for wheat oatsJsaXjj clover peas ALfuiinuuiiiiuin sikLJuamiiuiw mnii J3 WJt -- Caeh Store rood HARRISON MILLER Has opened a Furniture Repairing nnd Upholstering Shop second door from the Post ofllce next to Hunleys Livery Stable All work done at reasonable rites Iayxkq Cakpets A SieoiaIi 7dectf tv We tralld TRACTION and PORTABLE ENGINES of all sises and all Kcds aad taam gnus a -- with will vRFi 1brl Jkfl rrrJ7iJ2 Sfe Wrtte for Free Circular ROBINSON 3 Richmond Iniilana s COXJ -- vyj 1TSft jt AVUIM w antes wfcMsCT At Hl Kbly here tbe fgfcli i fcja ii hi l and and erip-isera 250 ter Oh no I do not ask you to do that I admit that I may be present- Â¬ ing a ridiculous phase of American inqnisitivenoss but to tell the truth I am a wretched dyspoptic and all dyspeptics ought to bo hanged with- Â¬ out annoyance of clergy admit all that you sec but I simply want to know come now conic dont cry Didnt ask j ou to cry asked you a I will got off the car sir simple question Whon 1 1 11 you said tho woman you wont be able to understand Mv littlo girl is is dying and I am grfing to beg her drunkon father to come home and soe hor She has been bogging all night to seo him and as this littlo child wont stay with any ono but me I had to bring her with me Is the parrot market cornorcd Oh no That was tried once and a New York firm bought up all tho talking parrots in the country quietly at fair prices and waited for a big raise Just as tho corner was about to succeed two vessels sailed into New York harbor with several hun- Â¬ dred birds on board and tho pool was broken the syndicate loosing over 100000 on the deal But that was not so queer as the bad luck of a captain who bought ovor a hundred or moro parrots in 1884 He left Rio about two months before the Presidential election The captain was sure of Blaines election and thought that ho would make a spec by teach Â¬ ing tho birds to say Hurrah for Blaine The sailors wero busy during tho entire voyage instructing tho birds in this single snntonce Whon th vessel arrivod Coveland had bien elected and the parrots didnt pay first have year iriDR b HEW STOCK OP HARDWARE FEW PEICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A FEW YEAH HOUSE Gentrsr joar Sbop Rieb Belle ok takee a tbe HlQCil Shack elford Co apolia 32 ssMBg Great Heavens madam Oi you dont owe mc an apelogy sir I know that it is very annoying to hoar a child cry and I must get oft here No I dont need any assist- Â¬ Arkanaaw Traveler ance 1 cost What are prevailing prices now Well Cuban parrots sell for 5 to 15 and Brazilian parrots from 20 to ask you to call and see them in tlieir elegant new house on upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last August raer- at all test FS ie at THEY HA YE 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 june SStf Eght honrs Bight boors play Eight hoars sleep Bight bob a day work TURNER ti Attorney at Law T Attorney at Law T Attorney at Iaw POWELL Attorney at Zxaw J REED Attorney at Law 1 REAZ ESTATE INSURANCE J w w j It may be explained that eight hours viz from oight oclock in the morning to five oclock in the evening with one hour for dinnor in tho middle of the day constitutes the universal days work in tho colonies for all tradesmen and laborers and the eight bob per day is of co irse slang for eight shil- Â¬ lings or say two dollars per day Kaurigum to those who may not have scon spocimons of it may bo de-Â¬ scribed as being similar in appearÂ¬ ance to clear ambor It varios in color from pale white commanding the highost figure down to yellow and brown and is exported by the shipload at a time to London and New York for the purpose of being manufactured into carriage and other kinds of var- Â¬ ANCIENT REMEDIES nish Ono of tho largest dealers in Nauseating Compounds Used In Kn Slant this article is an energetic Amorican Not Many Centuries Ago house in Now York who have another Various portions of the anatomy of branch in Zinzibir whore they buy various animals powdered did former Cor San African gums generations have to swallow Even all kinds ol -Francisco Chronice brick oil was utilized as a specific bricks being pulverized when red hot A Traveled Terrapin and siakod iu oil while vipors dried in ponder an I soaked in warm sherry A livoly littlo torrapin weighing were much in favor Tar water long about a p mnd skipped out of one of retained the popularity which Bishop Berkeleys advocacy had obtained for tho mall bags at tho postal railway mall dny and is now service oflicotho it Red coral was used for children not in its modern form of a rattle for making himself quito at homo there he came from or whence ho was rubbing tlieir gums with but as an in- Â¬ Whore is not known as ho had escaped going ward powdered preparation Horrible utterly was Ihe idea of tho from his box and was lying round human brain made inu a bolus and loose Ths boys have christened him case but the and givon him tho freedom of tho given as in Cisrlis notion of the dead hand of an executed place which ho scorns to enjoy hugely H has criminal being a remedy for woiis ex Â¬ aftor his cmfiioinont an air of business about him isted as recent as 1332 when a man already appears to count was hanged for tho murder under diaÂ¬ and himself an attache of the office Two bolically cold blooded circumstances of his wife at Brighton and aftor the months ago a liornod toad made his drop fell a woman was helped up on appoaranro in this office in the samo surroplilious manner Tho incident the scaffold fortius purpo a waspubiished and the man to whom Â¬ Knotgrass and saffron were especial ly considered to have great beneficial tlrCToal was sent called at tho oflicoÂ¬ lie whb very politely re to get effecs which explains tlie allusion fused it but and informed that being contra- Â¬ in The Caxtons so frequently made had beon confiscnto1 Tho to a moral saffroi bag Acacia pars- Â¬ band it same ground will bo taken it is ley and the wild flag that grows by the in regard to this terrapin and river side were groat favorites Fen- Â¬ said clerks will keep him to beguile the nel red rosos pine tops ground hart their leisure moments and romind worth and Cretan carrots wero frc thorn of the capreiousnoss of fates and quentl prescribed San Frannisco Chroniclefortunes Insects play a loading part in tho old list of drugs But here it may bo reÂ¬ A Bureau of Information marked as an analogy between old and new theories that some years It is a fact uot generally known tbat back the discovery was stated by a the Librarian of Congress answers all cockroaches as pro- Â¬ inquirlos sent to him by mail This Paris physician of ducing a tincture for kidney disease in volvos enormous labor but this Mr So after all the modern times can Spofford considers a part of his duties show some notions akin to the past and so the lbrary of Congressis a vast ones buroau of popular information lam A favorite liniment or embrocation sunt that if the people of tho United made of vipers fat in combination whs States generally knew that they could This is disagreeable with vitriol get informaion by merely writing to enough in idea but what was at tho the Librarian of Congress that ho same time a specific in the doctors would have a larger correspondonco ideas for dropsy and jaundice is sim- Â¬ than that of all the Senators and mem- Â¬ Livo bers of Congresi together With snch Thus it runs ply horrifying water and a question answering machine ia Insects from hogs 1 brandy mixed operation here it hardly seems worth Bees powderel were recommended while for any ono elso to start one In kidney cases ants similarly treated Washington Capita in brain cases and woodlice in dropsy and nervous disorders Mrs Frank Soacoy a poor woman Another formula was made from tho In a Nebraska village had her well shells pound Â¬ oleaned aud her chickons scratched claws of crabs and oyster ed which was saidto bo a sovereign over the gravel and dirt that came out remedt for dyspepsia A few days afterward sho killed one of Frietl mice for whooping cough them and in its crop was a ptcco of formed very popular treatment and in gold as big as a bean Mrs Seacoy at some districts are so silL Chicago once located a minti in hor wall and News asks a big price lor her hitherto rao Sest property ohr IIs 125 Those arc donhlo tho prices which havo been prevailing The re- Â¬ sult is due to a limited supply and a brisk demand Parrots are great pets and an old lady tho other day bought an old parrot from us foe 10 which wo had about made up our minds to TALMUDIC PROVERBS give away just becauso the bird looked Some of ttio Mot Iopuar Sayings of the Mike ono which sho had owned for Ancient llcbrews years and which had just died Tho experience of tho Jew a3 summed up in tho popular sayings of Philadelphia Record tho Talmud is often on all fours with N ATURL SCULPTUR E Make tho pcasatit King our own and hell shoulder the basket and Tho Exceptional Geological Interert oi Blount itoralma put the ass in the lions skin nnd hell Though the Yellowstone Park is so bray both illustrato the proverbial difficulty of making a silk purse out of far as wo know tho most remarkable WIillo tho oven is hot geological and scenic region on tho a sows oar Â¬ bake your meat and when tho dates earth thoro are other spots of exceptional geological interest notably aro in tho press prepare your wine bid tho Hebrew make hay while tho Mount Roraima in British Guiann or The crooked cedar rather at the junction of British sun shinos walks among tho stunted shrubs and Guiana and Brazil with Venezuela this mountain is a the barren palm finds friends among The summit of curiosity in mrial denudation As de- Â¬ the unfruitful trees convey tho same scribed by Mr Im Thurn who was the moral as our adage about birds of a The plant is Jn tho seed first to ascend to the top it presents feather like in a fine example of natural sculpture and already shows pricklos ho says Tho step was taken and bud you sea tho tho opening Â¬ reminds us that wo saw surely as strange a sight re youthful thorns garded simply as a product of nature tho boy is father to tho man as may bo seon in this world nay it He forged tho iron that fetters he sharpened the would probably not bo rash to assort and his legs fow sihu even as arrow that tiro his flesh havo refer- Â¬ that Vijry Tlie first strango can bo seen ence to that species of retributive jus- Â¬ was ono of inability impression tice which wo term boing hoist with mentally to grasp such ones own petard In this connection thi next that ono wassurroundings ontoring on The raven took somo may also bo quoted slransro country of nightmares firo to warm himself and burnt his which ai appropriate and wildly When one rope breaks tho for nest fantastic landscape had been formod other soon follows is n reminder that somo dreadful and stormy day whon como never singly misfortunes in thoir mid career tho brokon and When the oxs hoad is in the manger olas ic clouds had been stiffened in s look out for hs kicks suggests tho single Fur all instint into stone iusolcnco of prosperity and between nronnd wero rocks a id pinnacles of soon two dry sticks the damp ono impossibly fantas Â¬ tho facility with rocks of seemingly learns to burn tic forms standing in apparently im Â¬ which in evil company bad manners possibly fantastic ways nay placed Whon the thief can be acquired one on or next to the other in posi- Â¬ enn not stoal he takes to honest ways tions seeming to defy every law of tcls of making a virtue of nocossity graviiy rocks in groups rocks stand Â¬ un proofed many a When weeds arc ing singly rocks in terrace rocks as good plant perishes toadies tho old colli nirs rocks as walls and rocks as truth about the innocent suffering with pyramids r oks ridiculous at every Who undertakes tho guilty and point with countless apparent carica- Â¬ much has undertaken nothing with tures of the faces and forms of men Who has undertaken tho converse and animals apparent caricatures of ono thing has undertaken something churches tortoises umbrellas is a distinct warning against having cannons of and innumerable loo many irons in tho fire A1 Y 0 Incongruous most othor and server And be Â¬ unexpected objcts tween the rocks wore- - level spaces A Safe Agreement never of groat extent of puro yellow Customer You warrant this medi- Â¬ sand with str aralots and little water- Â¬ cine to euro ine falls and pools aud shallow lakelots Druggist Yos sir if j ou will tako of puro wator and in somo places a bottle according to directions and a there wore lhtlo marshes filled with euro is not effected bring back tho low scanty and bristling vegetation medicine aud I will refund tho money And hero and there alike on level Detroit Free Press space and jutting from some crevice iu the rook wero small shrubs in form liko minaturo trees but all ap-Â¬ Two years ago Alexander Hanson of Chicago offered Iii3 sweothoart parently of one species Not a tree onothousnnl dollars in oash if sho was there no animal lifo was visible would marry him Sho accepted tho tho whole faco of nnturo was intensely Look whero oflVr but ho has since refuod to pay quiet and undisturbad cither Uio money or tho interest on it one would on every sido it was the and she has bropght suit against him same and climb what high rock one liked in every direction as far as the for fifteen hundred dollars damages cyo could see was this samo widely According to the San Francisco extraordinary scenery Engineering Alia a church organ in that city has injured by been benofitcd rather than Regular Army Red Tape tho accidental discharge of a bullet in Â¬ The Piymaster G moral of tho army to it Tho instrument was out of orrecolving the bullet has recommends that the force of pay der but since produced almost as good music as juastcrs bo limited to forty and that ho hopes after a while t pay the when new soldiors one a month instead of once A wonderful landscape on exhibi- Â¬ in two months as at present Horo is tion in Paris is executed in European a splendid sample of red tape Each Every desired paymaster has to pay off about five and foreign insects hundred men once in two months and tono is supplied by 45000 coleoptcra has a clerk to help him while in many in tho foreground and 4000 varieties of tho insect tribe for tho remainder of large mercantilo and manufacturing the pictur- - Tho work required four establishments a clerk will pay twico Boston Such a that numbor every week years of tho artists time dork must read with amazement that IranscripU the paymasters and thalr clerks have No destitute person need pass great difficulty in performing their this plaoo hungry Is the sign in front duties Two man paying five hundred of tho St Benlfaco Hotel in West Â¬ men six tim s a yoar and thon com Â¬ Tho plaining of overwork chester township Now York It sounds very sign has beon out thirty years and the funny but thehnmor is totally lo3t oa pledge ha3 boon nobly kept by Eu tho average army officer His brain dolph Fitzpatrick tho warm hear led a tied up nUb red tape Philadelphia landlord Zall m m re for 45- utl at Ken Son shrsys Itre rtarol tie cQfliN tL BE O Mr CHICKEN Cholera Cure m POPE EBisrr e FARM WAGONS IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR J pate lisjor THE CELEBRATED r CO 7 els 45- - of a e aB s t lour ride eary Bon 11 They are ahout closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the t PATENT TRUSS ROD UD T JUL B iey e for t Sngt c Thousands of dollars Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at ey do bei discovery of a remedy that fosirvtfy 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 guar- Â¬ anteed 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¬ ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES Gro 441 M lapis Warranted For One Year H ieD The Best Material The Easiest Terms till oat aug 24 ly Ml Bontts Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so WEBSTER WAGON June 22 tf The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 18SS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D C1IENAULTCom ftp Library Lamps AND ASK FOR THE L L P C Remedy M SilvBr Platea m TBS m Forks They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at The Prises W GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY Quot Â¬ LEY Very best material employed in their manufacture STOCKTON sep2S WILLIS Agents For Madison County if you see them because you cant help it You Tley Are Precisely Our stock of Queens ware and ly Procured Win G Hen- Â¬ derson 925 F St Washington D C Formcrlr Â¬ lal PITERS Glass- Â¬ M of Examining Corpse U S Patent bend Office 17 years experience sketch or meelfor report as to patentability Correspondence solicited 7deciy ware and especially our Decorated DinÂ¬ ner and Tea Sets BEST is fulH and attractive GMAXE2s5 Eooms for Eest COFFEES SUGARS and other Staple Groceries Goods Xz JYALLACE OF TEAS I have three lance comfortable and sjjfsr my store on good roonib for r call and see Main street for pa Pstroaiia also Canned J J BrQk3lie druggist1 Junctf S Gi FRARfGIS I ISSjHBJSSfSjCjSSjttnMSJHBfcflBSSJSKJSSMBKxVS i I r tflHssssWssMHIsMllllssTtiWBssss JMMMiM3iffciMMMftaiiMlaifrlMtfMMMIMSlSEMSMSSMMttMIMMMMttMMSSMMM r iMc- - - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL QF WOMEN council will assemble fn Albaughs Opera House in WashWEDNESDAY JANUARY 15 1S8S ington City Maroh 25th and continue in session until April 1st under the auspices of the NationMr Carlisle has cancelled liis engagements to speak at Macon al Womans Suffrage Association and AUanta owing to ill health This occasion national in its importance is the celebration of tlie Mr Jones of Jessamine will fortieth anniversary of the first or- Â¬ take his seat in the Legislature ganized effort for womans enfranas the committee decided in his chisement which occurred at Sen eca Falls New York favor We are informed that the memA message from the Governor bership in the organization costs appoints J H Thomas J L Al- but the nominal sum of one dollen S V Rowland of Boyle lar which amount with any concounty William Berkle of Gar- tribution that may be madeshould rard county as Commissioners of be sent to the Treasurer Mrs the Kentucky Institution for Deaf Jane H Stafford Riggs House Mutes Washington Delegates from national The House Committee on Pub ized bodies of women in thisorgancounlic Health are considering a bill try are Mrs Mary A Livermore that provides that no man can Mrs Lucy Stone Miss Francis enter the drug trade and become Willard Mrs Caroline Buell Mrs a prescription clerk unless he has Julia Ward Howe Miss Mary F a diploma from scliool ol Eastman and Miss Clara Bartman pharmacy The Western association of Col- Â¬ The Kentucky House Judiciary legiate Alumnae send their Pres Committee has decided that the ident the eminent microscopist of ntiUpBu uinveiBiiy airs lMUlse offices of Representative and Master Commissioner are compatible Reed Stowell The Moral Educaand therefore that Mr Davidson tion Society will be represented Republican elected from Lincoln by Mrs Frazer while the Womans Auxilliary of the Unitarian county is entitled to his seat Association sends Mrs Richard Tlie Auditor reports that lite son the ladies of the G A R annual expense for idiots is S0 have selected their President Mrs 000 and that since 1S29 the State Laura McNeir to represent their Rev Antoinette has paid out in this item alone organization more than a quarter of a million Brown Blackwell the first womdollars His report also shows an ordained to the ministry will that up to 1876 the annual charge be present also Rev Anna Shaw the only ordained Methodist womhad never exceeded 40000 Â¬ Â¬ This Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te after provided for in lieu of the coupon or registered bonds so purchased cancelled and destroyed any State or municipal bonds of the United States upon which interest has been heretofore promptly paid and whose market value is equal to or greater than their par value bearing interest at the rate of not less than 4 per cent per annum Provided That the Treasurer of the United Slates shall not receive such State and municipal bonds at more than 75 per cent of their value Provided further that the Treasurer of the United States shall not receive such State or municipal bonds until such bonds shall have endorsed upon them the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Controller of the Currency Sec 6 That all laws and parts of laws relating to the estab lishment of a sinking fund for the payment of the public debt be and the same are hereby repealed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and wllh great ability I am turo that as a soldier a statesman and a rain you will be as you deserve to be long remembered by this and coming ages am affectionately your friend tions has agreed to recommend an appro priationof 80375500 for pensions being an increase of 1000000 over the esti Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS 1 Lexington Mr Milton young lost by the bits of the pack mule and upon pneumonia his highly bred Imimrted this the animal champad and invited thoroughbred bay stallion Pizarro tho saliva which fortified them against I 7ie increase was necessitated by mates the Mexican War Pensions which were U F BuitNAM not included in the estimates formerly M B Arbuckle purchased of Ben Tudor n good combined mare for SI 80 Van B Snooks weighed his crop of olwccn Dec 28 seven acres which realized him the snug Utile sum of 2000 Eminence Constitutionalist submiSri AT THE CAPITAL Correspondence CuitAX Tbe law makers are endeavoring to make the Capital City a model of morality and may I hey have success in their laudable purpose although there are many cities that cannot boast of as much morality as Washing Â¬ ton But still the people here waut lu leave as little temptation as possible before the Statesmen away from home and so clasp bauds with the Represen Â¬ tative Cutcheon who introduced a bill in providing that within the House ninety days after its passago there should be held in the district an elec- Â¬ tion to determine whether any intox- Â¬ icating beverage shall be made or sold here The temperance people are pushing the measure with vigor and if the bill passes Congress the measure will be carried by n overwhelming ma Â¬ jority Later in tbesaroe week Senator Blackburn introduced In tbe Senate a bill making it unlawful in this city to bet gamble or make any books and pools on the result of a race of any kind The result will be to great- Â¬ ly purify tlie moral atmosphere of the city and make it a desirable place of abode for all Congressmen the year round A bill that meets with general ap- Â¬ proval in many of its provisions is one introduced by Representative Mac Donald to simplify tbe rules of evi- Â¬ dence in pension eases It provides that he acceptance of a soldier Into the service shall be evidence enough of his soundness in body at tbe time of enlistment assuming that if he is a good enough subject to be accepted and to light he is entitled to a peuiiou for disability incurred in the service At present the Pension Office requires proof that tbe soldier was Bound in body whea he enlisted no matter whether he served faithfully for three years or longer and it resolves all presumptions Hgainst the soldier while the proposed bill provides that all pre- Â¬ sumptions shall be in favor of the applicant The bill proposed by the great ob jector Holmnn ot Indiana limiting the years after the passage of his bill as the time for presentation and pay ment of claims against the Govern- Â¬ ment Iihs been reported adversely by the Committee on the Judiciary to which it is referred The reception at the White House on Thursday night to the Diplomatic Corps was one of the most brilliant ever witnessed The parlors were elaborately decorated with the rarest flowers aud plants aud the court cos- Â¬ tumes vied lu their beauty with the beauties of nature The attendance was large aud the guests assembled early and the reception lasted until 11 oclock The English Minister was accompanied by Sir John Chamber Â¬ lain the English Fish Commissioner and that worthy was enveloped in as much gold cord as any of the other Foreign Diplomats Things have been lively in he Sen- Â¬ ate the past week The bloody shirt N at full mast and seems to be resorted to by the Republicans to counteract the influence of the free trade policy of the Democrats First came the isiml nation of that conservative statesman and jurist Lamar The Republicans bold faced anil without shame deter- Â¬ mined to oppose tbe confirmation of their old associate In the Senate mere- Â¬ ly for the purpose of making campaign literature Many of them were at first disposed to vote for his confirma- Â¬ tion as Associate Justice of the U S Supreme Court but Ihose opposed managed to have action withheld until a sentiment of opposition could he worked up in some radical olubs in some parts of the country so as to whip the others into tbe traces But the lash of the parly whip failed to bring ail Into line to defeat the confirmation The nottd Bill Chandler it again to the front this lime in the Senate but is recognized by the ear maiksof his Southern outrage mill He intro- Â¬ duced a reHiIutiou of inquiry into charges of suppression of colored votes in Jackson Mi w ut a recent municipal election based upon letters without any signature aud regaled the Senate for an hour or more with a tirade analn t the whole South He I work Â¬ ing up his war hoop for tlie coming1 campaign and in his specialty is quite an acquisition to his party Every Â¬ body here knuuB the hollow nt ss of his charges and the narrow biased mind aud vindictive spirit of the little pet- Â¬ rified specimen of humanity from the nick bound State of Newhampshire aud so measure him according to his size The benators from Mississippi replied with warmth denouncing the wholesale charges as without founda Â¬ tion aud courted the fullest inquiry The resolution passed by a strict party vote H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington D C Jan 20 1SS8 REDUCTION OF TAXATION -- Â¬ Â¬ P P Johnson from Fayette county means to tickle the tax- Â¬ payers One day last week he introduced the following resolution Â¬ Â¬ Whereas be enormous increase under tbe new revenue law of the as Â¬ Review of the Interests o Women published in Rome and will write on the work of Italian women France elects Madame Isabella Bagelot of Paris to represent the prison work England sends to the Council Miss Helen Taylor step daughter of John Stuart Mill Miss Henrietta Mul ler a member of the London Scliool Board and one of the first graduates of Girton College Cambridge and Mrs Alice Scatcherd a woman prominent in the work VICKS FLORAL OUHIE of womans suffrage The National Association will For SS is better than ever and be represented by Mrs Elizabeth should be in the hands of every Cady Stanton Miss Susan B Anperson contemplating buying thony Mrs Matilda seeds bulbs or plants It con- Mrs May Wright Joslyn Gage Sewall Mrs tains 3 colored plates thousands Helen Cougar Sirs Laura of illustrations and nearly 150 of Kansas Mrs Clara B Johns pages telling what to buj and Nebraska Rev Olympia Colby Brown where to get it and naming tlie the first woman ordained in the lowest prices for lionest goods Universalists Church Mrs Ze Price of Guide only 10 cents relda G Wallace Elizabeth Lisle including a certificate good for 10 Saxon of Tennessee Mrs Mary cents worth of seeds Jambs Yick E Haggart Elizabeth Bo3nton Sekdsmax Rochester N Y Harbert Â¬ Â¬ duction of the idle surplus in the Treasury and to lighten lite burden of taxation borne by the mass of the people Tlie line of poli cj laid down in the last annual message of the President for the revision and reduction of the war tariff especially commends itself to us as a sure guaranty of prosperity to all classes of producers and of that genuine awl lionest protection to labor so long pretending but never vouchsafed by the monopolistic legislation of the so called Republican party Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sessed value of properly in bis Com- Â¬ monwealth has added so lately to the burdens of taxation that tbe demand lor relief comes from all clases es- Â¬ pecially those engaged in agriculture Â¬ Therefore be it Besolved That tbe General Assembly ought to consider measures of relief without unnecessary delay and reduce taxation to n rate Â¬ commensurate with tbe absolute cur- Â¬ an Tlie election of a chairman of Pundita Ramabai will ba there rent needs of tbe Government Tbe taxationeitber Stale or Federal the State Democratic Central to speak for the women of India Committee of Pennsylvania went and Finland Denmark and Swe- Â¬ beyond tbe economical requirements begets extrava- Â¬ of the Government against the Randall high tariff den promise representatives gance and is an irritating and unneces- Â¬ man by a vote of 42 to 35 In Helen Campbell author of the cordially and emphatically en- Â¬ Prisoners of Poverty who on sary burden on tlie industries of the dorsing President Clevelands ad- account of her work in England country that it is the duly of tbe Rep Â¬ ministration lie was referred to as will not be able to attend in per- Â¬ resentatives loyal to to the people who one who has wisely and consist- Â¬ son will send a paper which will sent tbem here to apply a remedy for ently endeavored to effect a re- Â¬ be read as will also a report by tlie evil of over faxation as speedily as possible Â¬ Â¬ Fannie Rome Zampini Salazaro of This lady is editor of the Â¬ RAILROAD LAW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is before tbe Committee on Railroads a bill introduced by Mr Claude Thomas of which the follow Â¬ ing is a synopsis Bection 1 Empowers tbe Railroad upon tbe applica- Â¬ Commissioners tion or information furnished other Â¬ wise to carefully examine the tracks bridges culverts rolling stock and other appurtenances of any railroad in the Commonwealth Section 2 If upon such examina- Â¬ tion tbey Mud the road or its appur- Â¬ tenances so out of repairs as to endan- Â¬ ger the lives of passengers they are clothed with power to compel tlie cor- Â¬ poration to make the repairs and may order Ibe entire discontinuance of the passage of trains over tlie portion of tbe road out of repair The orders of the Commissioners are to be enforced by means of injunction issued from a court of the county in which such portion of the route is situated A heavy penalty Is piovided against any railroad corporation disobeying the orders of the Commissioner Section 3 Provides that this act shall in 110 wise lessen tbe obligations of railroad corporations to provide for the safety of travelers nor to interfere with the civil or criminal liability of 6aid corporators when such provisions are not made THE PIONEERS OP THE PRESS RAILROAD RATES THE TREASURY SURPLUS AND NATIONAL BANKS THE An amendment to the inter Â¬ state commerce law introduced in tlie United States Senate provides that no railroad shall charge any passenger wore than two cents per mile for any distance greater than 200 miles nor more than three cents per mile for a a less distance It also provides that no common carrier subject to tne provision of tlie act shall permit any employe engaged in the transportation of passengers to continue work for more than Â¬ twelve hours consecutively THE NEWSMAN illustrations are portraits of Frederick Gleason tlie founder of illustrated journalism in America Joseph Pulitzer editor of the New York World Richard K 1 ox editor of the Police Gazette J Amoy Knox editor of the Texas Sittings Mrs Frank Leslie the proprietor of the several Frank Leslie publications George W Childs publisher of the Phil adelphia Ledger Accompanying these pictures are biographic sketches There is also a large amount of valuable information relative to the press Â¬ Â¬ Tlie last number of tlie Newsman which paper is tmj Wished at 36 Bromfiekl street Boston and goes at tlie low price of 1 per year contains a large amount of valuable information relative to newspapers periodicals books editors authors c Among the Â¬ THE WHIPPING POST With all due respect for ou neighborRepresentative Chenault of Madison county we are forced to the opinion that it would be bad policy for the Legislature to pass a whipping post bill The history of such bills doesnt com mend them to the party in power it is impossible to formulate one that doesnt to some extent par- Â¬ take of class legislation which is an evil in any form and the science of humanity is too far ad vanced for tlie best results to be obtained through such inhuman punishment The wisdom of the Legislature ought to direct the defeat ot any such measure Winchester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ exchanged 60 retirement of National Banks would be a national calamity When all the Government bonds shall have been redeemed the National Banks must of necessity cease since they are founded upon the bonds unless other arrangements be made The vast surplus in tlie United States Treasury presents a problem that has thus far proven too intricate for solution Senator Farwell introduced a bill on last Thursday relative to both tlie surplus and the banks SbctioxI That the Secretary 04 tlie Treasury be and is hereby authorized and directed to issue to the National Bank Association lieretofore organized or that may hereafter be organized under the general law coupon or registered bonds of the United States in such form and in such denomination as he may prescriberedeemableafter INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE fifty years from the date of their iseuebearing interestpayable semiRegister annually at the rate of 3 per cent On the evening of December 2Sth per annum to be used by nation- Gen C M Clay presented to Hon C al banking associations as securiF Burnam of this city a beautiful ty for their circulating notes gold mounted walking cane Such bonds shall be exempt from had been given Gen Clay manywhich years taxation by or under State or mu- ago on his return from gallant service nicipal authority Any national in tlie Mexican war The following banking association 6hall after correspondence passed between these the passage of this act be author-Â¬ two distinguished citizens of Madison ized to issue circulating notes to FROM SHUCLAY the amount of 100 per cent of the White Halt Kv Dec 21 1687 par value of said bonds Mg Dear Mr Burnam Sbc 2 That any national Knowing uncertainty banking association shall be au- man events thepresent to you of all hu now this I thorized to deliver to the Secre cane given me in gratitude by the pour retary of the Treasury any out- without hope of reward standing bonds of the United In tbe tame vein of sentiment ask States in exchange for the three you to accept it as one of myI best per cent bonds provided for in friends under all surroundings and as this act and the Secretary of the a teslimouy of my annreciatlon of ireasury is hereby authorized and your iutellect aud character and pubdirected to pay m money not lic services and personal merit Your old friend oinerwise appropriated the difference in value of the bonds so Cassius M Clay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The banking system of the United States is the best the world has ever known and the The first newspapers published in this country were tbe following First newspaper Colonial Press Boston 1000 First political paier Journal New York 17S3 Firt daily paper Advertiser Philadelphia 1774 paper Recorder religious First Chillicothe O 1814 First agricultural paper American Farmer Baltimore 1818 First Commercial paper Price Cur- Â¬ rent New Orleans 1822 Firt penny paper Morning Post New York 18S3 First independent paper Herald New York 18S5 First illustrated paper News Bos- Â¬ ton 1853 First religions daily Wilness New York 1870 First illustrated religious paper Weekly New York 1871 First paper West of the Mississippi Republican St Louis 1803 First illustrated daily hi tbe world Graphic New York 1873 First Womans Rights paper Lily Seneca Falls N Y 1847 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ky ascertained by taking the averFROM MR BURNAM age premium as shown by tlie New York market for twenty Richmond Ky Dec- - 28 days prior to the time of 6uch ex-Â¬ My Bear General Gay Â¬ The difference to be Judge Curtis F Burnam Richmond I8S7 Hurrah for Mr Ohenault of Madison He has offered an act providing for the panishment by lash of persons other than females who shall be found guilty of the Jarcony of goods or chatties of value under 25 From 10 to 40 stripes on the bare back is the punishment prescribed It is hoping almost against hope that such a law will pass There are too many little short horse politicians afraid of their shadow to ever be induced to give Kentucky the much needed statute Be sides some of them are afraid that in the course of time they may be guilty of the aot that may put their own backs In jeopardy SfaafoKl Journal Â¬ Â¬ I received lat night your valued The Secretary of the Christmas gift by the bauds of J Treasury is hereby authorized and Speed Smith E tq I sincerely tbauk directed to receive from National you The cane so handsomely gotten Bank Associations United States up and so rich in historic associations notes in payment of the 3 per shall be carefully preserved by me cent bonds herein provided for and take the direction you verbally ug such bonds to be delivered at their geet when I shall cease to use It You are right in calling me your friend par value Sec 4 Tlie Secretary of the I remember perfectly the day when Treasury is hereby authorized our acquaintance began In 1857 and directed at the end of each fifty years ago you kindly gave me month to invest the surplus funds letters of introduction to President held in the Treasury not other- Day andProfessor Silllman on the wise appropriated in the pur- eve of my departure from home for chase in open market of any the college at New Haven and frqra United States bonds and the that time till now I have known you bonds so purchased shall be can- well and have watched your public life with unqualified admiration celled and destroyed You have always nt great personal Sbc 5 The Treasurer of the sacrifice advocated the cause of the United States is hereby authorized poor and oppressed you to Teceive from any National cated the cause ot public have vlndl Banking Association to secure its the rue Interests of this justice and Common circulating notes an amount wealth and this Republic with un- equal m value the value liorein- - quallltig courage with patriotic zeal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ change Sbc 3 Great concern prevailed here about Speaker Carlisles illness and although he is convalescent it will be some time before he can resume his duties regularly as Speaker It is nothing less than a case of nervous prostration brought on bv over work The Speaker commenced his arduous duties long before Congress assembled and continued Uiem incessantly up to the time he was attacked with the nervous chill His constitution how ever being strong he was able to stand the strain for a long time but he will now be compelled to refrain from doing more work than under tlie laws of nature one man should perform Congressman Mills Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee is rapidly recovering from his servere indisposition This is another case ol nervous prostra tion from too much work and anxiety of mind concerning the result of legislation to be acted on by Congress The Chair- Â¬ man has been hard at work day and night perfecting the tariff bill whidi will soon be brought before his Committee for report to the House and his close attention to the subject so much fatigued both his body and mind that he was compelled to absent himself not only from the House for some days but also from the Committee meetings during the week At the last meeting of the Committee an effort was made to have the bill for re- Â¬ duction of the tobacco tax reported but it was voted down by a strict pai ty vote showing that the Democrats are deter Â¬ mined to have the general bill for the re- Â¬ duction of the tariff submitted and con- Â¬ sidered by the House before any other bill Tlie policy of the Committee will be that of the President in this measure which is to present only one subject and that the tariff question for consideration which will necessitate final disposition of the subject before anv other can be con Â¬ Â¬ sidered The House Committee en Appropria are fifteen headed by Rosalind Wilkes 218J twenty five NEWS PARAGRAPHS Alfred S leading sixteen with bable Wilkes 218 Mrs Wesly Ray of Marshall county the best of the colts and Hour 219 presented her husband with four babies the best filly Only one 2 year old Christ man day two boys and two came lu Bell By 226 tirli The mother aud all the children The Fayette county farmers have are doing well but the father poor formed a Fanners Exchange which fellow Is some what melancholy promises to be of real benefit to its Mr Taulbee is receiviug numerous members Fourteen farmers booked letters of thanks from Ibe ladies of the eleven hundred acres of hemp lor sale W C T U because of bis bill to pro- Â¬ iu the exchange he other day It is hibit the Hale of liquor in the District said Hie crop of Fayette will only of Columbia Mr Taulbee has ull average about 620 pounds to tbe acre along been popular wilh the ladies Mr J R Pratt Strong City Kansas Two skeletons lying side by side has he largest cow iu the world Her were found on Plumb Island by tbe standard measure Is 6 feet 4 inches is life saving patrol The skeletons wero 5 feet from bottom of bilsket to top of one fourth ol a mile from the seashore shoulder 10 feet 4 inches arouud the and as there is line of high sand hills girth 16 feet 4 inches from tip of nose between the place and the ocean It Is to tip of tail and weigh 4000 pounds thought tho bodies had been washed Her sire was Booth and dam a Bales ashore The medical examiners will An important sale of land was held view the remains hi Shelby county last week The Kate Flynu 21 years old was held farm of the late J D Guthrie contain- Â¬ at Clay street station in Louisville ou ing 440 acres three fnurlhs of a mile a charge ol forgery She went to he North east of Shelby ville was sold to TJ M Px in- T7li nunc 11 r LKiuisviiie ai 5 store of Peter Berie 439 East Market per acre It was one of the best farms street and presented an order signed asuhe represented by her mother aud in Shelby county and handsomely im- Â¬ m held at S100 upon which she procured a pair of proved This farm per acre last year Farmers Home shoes The order afterwards proved to be a forgery and the woman was Journal arrested by officer Bum who was de- Â¬ The question whether the wheat in tail to take the cue Manitoba cau be transported through v Covington Lexington Fraukfort1 Hudsons Bay direct to Liverpool is of AOOOlruuks serious moment to this country as Owingsville Puducah aud Louisville Ky have all received appropriations well as to Canada On this subject iu AEOUT CHEWING GUM for new Federal buildings Every The American Magazine for February The Materials ITseil in IU Composition town of 5000 in the South has its dele- Â¬ J Macdouald Oxley will throw what- Â¬ and the lrocettes of Manufacture It is a pretty generally admitted fact gation pursuing the Committee on ever light recent exploring expeditions Public Buildings and as tbe South can afford aided by illustrations and that the popularity of chewing gum is has a majority on that committee the details of existence in a region where on the increaso Every city of any size boasts of two or three factories and probability is that the South will blos- - mercury freezes solid many of them ship with handsome houi At the Executor sale of personal sand pounds each as high as one thou- Â¬ Govemmeut day This will give structures property of William Judy deceased some Kansas City Journal rough idea of its consumption of Mt Sterling 40 head of The chewing gum of commerce is not A gentleman huniug for land in leediug Dakota came across a boardid up cows from cattle brought 4230 milch the old spruce loni article so dear to 25 to 30 14 yearling cat- Â¬ the memory of our childhood but is a claim shanty with half a dozen boards tle 3010 35 sheep 3 horses from highly flavored combination partly across the door upon which were the 50 to 160 9 work mules from 100 confection and partly indestructibility following touching instructions Four to 150 Corn In shock with 50 acres It is as varied in its outward form as miles lrom u nayuer bixty miles from of grass on which lo Jfeed it brought the current snake story and much a postoHs Twenty five miles from a S163 per bbl more attractive Knowing that its J to liny 15 a stack ruleroad A hundred and atety lrom Blue grass patrons were principally among the 3G cents per bushel seed timber i50 leel from water God young of both sexes and especially the Two mammoth steers passed througli young- womon that most interesting bless our home We have gone east to spend he winter with my wifea here Wednesday iu charge of Mr W element of modern society a reporter S Brewer the larcrer on ml ami h started on a trip of investigation folk New York Graphic He Jas Nichols au the smaller by Wm was armed with the utmost resolution Ou Monday Mrs E L Crockett to expose the manufacturers in tho use Cox They were bought by Mr Brew who has beeii considered one ol the er for the Cincinnati maiket and cost of an hurtful ingredient and to fullv wealthiest ladies in Lexiugtou made him 525 per cwt The larger sieer explain the methods of its growth an assignment to Thos L Cassell weighs 2700 iouiids is six feet tall Weird stories of refnse atiimnl fat and tho benefit or creditors Her reulcstate aud 11 feet long In body while tbe other unsavory contigents were in his mind and if there- - was any leaning all said to be valuable lies iu Missouri the smalli r weighs 2300 pounds and whatever itwas against the uso and Â¬ in Texas and Kentucky She owns tho does not look much less elephantine troduction of the gum Avhlaud House a Hue residence on thau his fellow Upon application to one factory the West Short street the residence occu Â¬ Cookt Day at Winchester The reporter was told to go through the pied by Dr S Price the building occu- Â¬ crowd was not as large as usual J W building himself without a guide or es- Â¬ pied by the riicond National Bank Wilson auctioneer reitorts about 150 cort and was given full permission to Siiuralls drug More and several others caltio ou the market including 25 examine every box or department and Indebtedness said to be from sixty to yoke oxen only a few or the latter to question all hands engaged on tho seveuty flve thousand dollars wllh selling aud prices ranged premises This easy confidence of the aset more ban sufliceut to pay all 111 Oue bunch of from 80 to proprietor rather disarmed suspicion but the advantage was all the visitors debts mountain steers brought 2285 a heid as the house had not been apprised Saturday afternoon a herd of cattle oue bunch of good feeders brought 3 and had no opportunity to got ready were being driven to Covington 011 the cents cows brought from 15 to 25 like a woll regulated bank receiving Lexington pine As they passed the A few mules sold publicly at 100 each the Government examiner On the top floor ras found the raw first toll gate where Mr Robert Wil Â¬ No good horses oflered but plugs material A negro engaged fn empty Â¬ lis stands guard one ot tie bulls turn urougui oetier than usual ing it from sacks and shoveling it into ed back and attempted to return to Glasgow his native heath As the animal de Â¬ head of horsM aud mules changed a measure explained that it was a gum called chich The chich which is tho clined to pay toll Mr Willis concluded hands here Monday The day was so gum of a Mexican tree was about tho to take the bull by the horns and inclement that there was a email send him towards Covington Iu this crowd lu town but everybody came color of new maple sugar or beeswax attempt he got beautifully left or to to town to sell and buyers and sellers and rather harder than cither In other bins was put iu Mr Williss own words I got had little trouble iu coming to lernm explained was a darker gum which he from the sweet gum knocked out in the first round Mr DiocK sold like hot cakes There was tree of Tennessee A barrel or two of Willis wai tossed several feet in he a half dozen buyers hero all hungry o paraflincuhito wax xtood In another air aud landed in the ditch He was buy aud whenever a good looking part of the room and with some cans not badly hurl and was able to go to liorie or mule put up his head on tlie of balsam of tolu completed the stores Covington to have 11 physician sew up square he was gone Ou the floor beneath the first a paiurul und ugly cut in his head in John H 8tewart sold his farm of 175 the manufacture and in fact stopsthe all Aquilla Thomas of Montgomery cre-situated on the East side of I he simple methods wero gone through county the while man who eloped Hhelbyville and Eminence turnpike with The chich which is tho brfsisoi wilh a pretty mullatto girl to Mbsouri four and one half miles from Shelby nil dark gums so tho boiler explained has returned lo his home and was vllle to John W Read for 8100 or was slowly stowing over a fire in a big promptly refused admittance After 46 30 cents per acre The farm belong Â¬ caldron On two largo tables clean as staying with her for a few days at a ing to Capt G W Stewarts estate tho boards of a bakery two negroes hotel he wished to return to the bosom In the couuty was sold Monday by wore kneading groat rolls of tho gum to get it smooth they said As they of his deserted wife and little ones aud his executors to Mr V A Jiien begged to be restored and reinstated as of Evansville lndt for 60 per acre worked it they occasionallv put in some tbe head of the family once more He The farm contains 361 acres well im- Â¬ powdered sugar as a housewife works flour into her pastry dough Now and was refused and cist into jail for de proved and In good state or cultivathen tho gum would stiffen and thea a frauding his neighbors aud a large lot tion tevor was used to manipulate it In of other deviltry committed The The first Kentucky trotter of any tbo big pot whero tho chich was base bad bloated beastly bummer warming a man would occasionally through remorse over his general renown made his appearance iu 1660 ladle a quantity of tlie halsam of tolu His uame was Modoclc and afterwards and these cusseduet altempted lo cut his throat two articles together with with a dull kulfe iu fall but unfortu changed lo John Morgan when the 1110 sugar mado up the entire combina Â¬ nately did not succeed Razors are Confederate cavalryman began to win tion of the gnm When perfectly good things to be left Iu the cells of fame He was owued by a Louisville smooth the roll of gnm was run under man aud after Dealing all the Western a heavy roller not unlike such fellows a colossal horses was pitted against Flora Tem wringer Ibis reduced it to a lare The Anderson News says Har ple who bad Just obtalued a record of cake of nnlform thickness just as a cook rodsburg was recently by some judicial AlBi at Kalamazoo tThe gum was then Tbe race took rolls cut decision declared subject o the local place at Long Island at 1000 aside allowed to cool and after boing pow Â¬ option Uw Since that time there aud was easily won by Flora In dered with whito sugar ws marked ofl has not been a day on which the titage straight heats into little Kikes ready for wrapping and from here failed to carry any where packing Tho foreman of the room from oue to twenty jugs and bottles The followlue are the entries to the who seemed well acquainted with tho of whisky lo hat legally sober own stakes of tbe Kentucky Trotting agunU ho was handling said that the Yesterday a wairon loaded with six Horse Breeders assuclatian for 18S8 natives of Mexico who gathored tho barrels went up aud we are old by a 1880 and 1690 Lexiugtou slakes chich had to carry it over a storilc dealer hens that a week has not pnssed to be trotted this year 78 country to a shipping point The crossing of this desert with the pack lately without two or three barrels entries Kentucky stakes niulos being ordered from there This Is cer Â¬ to be trolled In 1689 86 entries Blue pied that bore the cargo often occu Â¬ a weok and the man during that tainly as much as was taken to tbnt grass stakes to be trotted Um8 were frequently without Iu 1690 M entries town before the law went Into eflect Ohio ludiana I hey had learned that death Ater under and It shows that a law hat is loo Pennsylvania Kentucky Tennessee such circumstances resulted not from far in advance of the Ideas and he anil New Jersey are represented thirst but from the drynoss of tho appetites and especially tho latter of Sudle D and Harabrluo Bismarck are throat and tha failure of tho saliva It me majority of the people Is of little among the entries lQ0r cttom to chaw tho- - gum and thus avoid the difficulty Pleeos force and 110 virtue At McUrathlana etud farm near of the matejial were also fastened to ds A There is a strong likelihood of Mr ODonnell of Michigan getting his bill through for the reduction of postage on drop letters to one cent instead of two cents as now It appears that there are 189 free delivery offices in the count ry employing 5310 carriers ald that the cost of the service last year was 4618 692 while the revenue derived from local matter wis 2072561 in excess of the cost Why may not the people have the bene- Â¬ fit of that difference In the way of re during postage The second State dinner this time to the Diplomats was given by the President the past week Every Diplomat at the scat of Government was present and many other guests besides but there was such an excess of men that they had to be seated so as to bring two men between Under such provision every two ladies each lady had to entertain two gentle- Â¬ men with her conversation They were all equal to tlie occasion however and if necessary could have entertained more Arrangements have been made for holding an international council of women here from the 25th of March to the 1st of April The object is to discuss the move- Â¬ ment for the improvement of womens position in the State the Church and the Home Among tlie delegates will be many women celebrated in literature and in educational pursuits There will be representatives lrom many foreign coun- Â¬ tries and in intelligence influence and re- Â¬ sults to follow it will be the most im- Â¬ portant gathering of the kind known to history u Â¬ IVter Andenion of North Middle town lias purchased in the last fifteen days 326205 pounds of lolmcco for which he wax ottered 52500 profit Sat Â¬ urday It is argued that the average shrink Â¬ age of a Texas steer en route to Chicago is 100 pounds and that this amounts in a year to between 45000 and 60000 cattle James Morris shipped lo Cincinnati on Tuesday night a car of hogs which lie hud bought iu this and Woodford counties nt 450 per cwt George Â¬ town News Euterprlse The stable of J B Haggin won last yearS101752 HIslargest winner was Fireuzi bay filly three years old by Glenelg dam Florida who won 524 30 But one mare has ever raised five 230 trotters aud but three have pro- Â¬ duced four with records as low as 230 or better while considerably over oue hundred have produced two or more withlu the charmed circle arrived at St Joseph with every head of cattle dead Most of the passenger trains are abandoned The Missouri Pacific between Omnlia and Kansas Cily is closed and so is the Burlington aud Missouri River road between St Joseph and Denver Memliers of the Microscojiioal So- Â¬ ciety of Calcutta hare found that Cal Â¬ cutta butter always teem1 with microscopic organisms when made as is customary and these distinjjnNh it from fresh butter churned drcctly from rich cream The milk of B uigal is mostly too poor to yiold butter by the process elsewhere in vogue and it is therefore boiled and put aside et to small a pircs of or a butter of teaspionfu buttermilk being- added to it In from six to twelve hours a white acid mass Is formed which is mixed with water and churned until tho butter separates Tlie organisms seem to be inroducetl partly by the water and parilr by Ilia stale butter or buttermilk ald d to thft boiled milk Tho micro fungi nro probably developed from the butter or buttermilk which really acts ns a fer- Â¬ ment while even diatoms and infu Â¬ soria come from the water Tho banyan tree is ono of tho ro markablo products of the East Indies Its life is usually 1 ogun from a mi- Â¬ nute seed dropped by sonic brd upon ionie other plant such as the wild date which it crushes as it grows Every branch from the main body throws out its own roots which con- Â¬ stantly thickening descend to the ground several yard bolow where they strike in increase to largo trunks and send oat new branches lrom their tops which in turn ropoat the procesj Tlie botanlcgardeu at Calcutta contains a great banyan now about a century old which has a parent trunk 42 fee 232 root trunks ia circumference ranging from a few inches to a foot around with vast lealy crown 857 feet in circumference Near the hill fort Wjsatgarh in tho Bombay Presi- Â¬ dency is a banyan whose top in 1882 measured 1587 foot in circumference Oher specimens greatly exceed even this prodigious size single Ircos boing said to cover thirteen acros The famous banyan under which Alex-Â¬ ander the Great stopped on tho banks of the Nerbtidda onco sheltered 7000 monand when seen by Forbes a genera- Â¬ tion ago I hough much reduced in size by floods was still noarly 2000 feet in circumforeuce and had nioro than -- eight years old by Adventurer dam tho trouble too Tho Tennessee or sweet gum is used Milliner by Rataplan He was im Â¬ in manufacturing anotlior kind of gum ported iu 1880 by T Lorillurd His tolu bnWm were 21050 Mr That is also combined with total winnings Tbe balsam which has a medicinal Yong bought him at Lorlllards valuo in throat affections Is insoluble n-sale in October 1886 paying 7 in water ami when mixed with oitlier o 500 Mr Yong valued him at 15000 the guius mentioned furnishes a lasting on account of his brilliant perfor- Â¬ flavor in some of the darker gum a mances and rare breeding little flavoring of licorico is mixed The fort man explained too that the A SI Joseph Mo telegram says taste for chewing varied with the differA great deal of distress Is reported from ent sections of tho country In the the couulry tributary lo St Joseph South and through Texas the Black owIiik lo the recent cold weather Be-Â¬ Jack and strip gums made from tlie tween that city and the Iowa line and gum of the Tenncsseo tree was most in iu Southern Nebraska aud North Â¬ domand while in the North and North- Â¬ ern Kansas farmers are reporting west and ihU middle section chich and great loss of live stock whieh last tolu were the only saleable articles In night froze to death in thestulls Two the East and through the oil regions stock trains that had been delayed tho current gum was thi pure white Â¬ auctioÂ¬ B ROYAL BAM12 i J T Casatdy of Bourbon has pur chased of Waller Rhodes his farm of 218 acre six mile from Lexington on Richmoud pike for 18000 cash It i all iu grass has three dwellings large new slock barn well watered und well fenced and about 50 acres In woodland In the 230 rotting list for 1887 there gum made from tho paraffinc wax sweetened with sujar and flavored with es Â¬ sential ol Parafline is a product of crude petroleum It is in fact the re f usoaftr the extraction of tho coal oil and is pressed until all taste or rmellof the oil is taken from it It is used in laundries and wherever else a pure In making it white wax is needed into gum it is heated to aid the incorporation of the sugar and when cooled is cut into cakes of various fancy shapes These three gums above doscribed arc the basis of all tho gums now on the market Their initial preparation is so simple that the process can hardly bo called a manufacture They are made attractive in a score of different ways from the highly colored chromo This to the seductive prize package artistic dressing they receive at the hands of girls When the gum is made into cakes and cooled it is sent to the wrapping department where tho girls give it tho desired exterior A pleasing indorsement of the purity of the article is found in the fact that these young la- Â¬ dies are inveterate consumers of tlie article in whose preparation they are The proprietor of tho estab- Â¬ engaged lishment said that his daily shipments averaged over one thousand pounds of the prepared gum and that it went from Maine to the Gulf A large packing-room was required for its storing and a guess at the number of jaws it wonld requre to W3rm the quantity on hand was quite fatiguing St Louis Republican - POIWDE Tills powder never vaiiet A marvel nf portly Klreneth anil wlioleKomtnesx More economical than tlie ordinary klmts and In competition with the mul- Â¬ ennnot he titudes oflow testsiort weieliialnraorphiM powders SoM ouly in enna Koval Bhate Powder Co M6 Wall SUN Y Absolutely Pure k1 tf Jnue 22 sc And Lot For Salt House and Lot on Ertlll Avenue f r sale Apply to A C Ctowers or W G White at Drug Store jau2otf Town Property Fop Exchango and to exchange my two howes on Estill A venae in Rich mond to a fnrm in Madison county fall and see me flt I wish Â¬ Ibjin2t F L RYBEE DISSOLUTION NOTIGS The partnership heretofore existing between Green Faris has been ili l v ed by mutual consent Mr It F Faris having Sold his interest to W K Denny All parties indebted to said linn will please oome forward aud make payment witltaut further delay as it is important tlie business should bf wound up 8 fpeedlly as possible Either party is aiitiMHrlzed to collect the debts due them S T Grkkn if j faris LIVE 8T0C2 MAEEET EEPOETCORRECTED WEEKLY BV CO Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards CINCINNATI OHIO JANUARY LOPER DATER Jan 24 1SS8 tf Sale ef WMskr c 23 1SSS SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 60 7S tm two-year-o- ld Common and Rough i so 2 25 BUTCHER CATTLE at 11 oclock A M one seventy five Good to Extra 4 oolI Kallnn COFilSK STILL with cap and 4 -- 5 rair to Good 4 Co m orm complete wie Mill and Steam 37 extra rat steers mi tli apperleuances of j4o lMtKinp 42 Pair to Good Steers iiieuiiuivry hhu Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows 7se Common Cows 2 oo serial Nos 4 5 6 7 8 ami 9 three of Rough Cows and Oxen 1 -- SO 2 which are Bourbon and three Rye In BULLS bond and subject to Ibe tax alo Best Shipping 35 3S Best Bologna 2y 3 00 JL Fair Bologna z 60 2 40 g follows Fair to Good Feeders Ou 22 2 35 Mtliated and bounded Common and Thin 1 75 2 00 the waters of Kentucky River benin ning at a stake in the yard of wild FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Thomas M Warren ninety nine feet Good Extra Steers 3 75 4 00 from the north corner u said Warrens Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 00 residence thence one thousand and uuuu iu xtra ncners 2 7515 3 00 twenty feet west to a walnut bush Common and Thin Stockers 2 oo 2 50 thence 4 oulli ninety nine fet Ut a COWS AND CALVES beech tree thence eat oue thousand Best Grades 40 00650 00 and twenty feet to corner of T M Fair to Good residence thence north 30 oo3S 00 Warrens Common 1 00 ninety feet to 0025800 much thereof as the begiuulug or mi Best Veal Calves will be necessary to 6 cog fair to Good 6 50 7 00 raise the turn of 19202 aud the co ts Common and Heavy 3 eQ 6 00 herein W H MARTIN SPRING LAMBS It- Deputy Collector Good Extra Heavy 6 00 S 7S Good Butcher 55 55 Fair Butchers 45 5 75 Common and Tail Ends 35 4 00 HOGS Select Butchers J 5 65 S 75 Fair to Good Packers 5 4S 56 Good to Extra Lights 5 205 5 4 Light Pigs 5o Roughs and Scalawags 3 SO 4 25 Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 4 2s 3 3 75 S9 Bv virtue of three warrant in favor of the United States against Thou M Warren I will mHI U the highest id 4 85 der fur easlt hi the premises of said 4 So Warren neur Edenton Madison coun- Â¬ 3S ty Ky on 4 00 1 3 25 Saturday Jan 28 1888 it Six Barrels of Whisky Tract of Land THE fr Local Produce Markets COaRECTED WEEKLY BV COVINGTON ARNOLD BRO GROCERS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY AMERICAN AAGAZINE BeaouQlljlllestiaied ITS SCOPE TnK 25 cs3 aYear m Richmond Ky Jan 24 Beef Cattle Butcher- nogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country 18S8 43 3i5C 4c IOC Mc nra PM pwennet lam r rf tanahlxbm tudirdd iu literatnr inl utioail ikt ind runia AmKiB wrtUn OB wUi wi4 of Tlrir ol mUintin tfciUM iu pijn AMKRIC1S MAGAZINE triTl ntl nd iSsrt itarin ktipUt u alrrat unranli of osr limoai eonntnrmoa od waatn brut imri oa Jf tbU MscuIdo mof probtom ol Um pt1x1 uxi la uort I oUliCrt Chickens Wheat SJiS CUred 2I5C i 50 x 00 752 20C Distinctively Representative of American Thought and Progress it is ubunrlxtad fer tt prrn and anM to b moat popalaraadcntcrtmlntosartkaklck tho claH monlkllea three-yiar-o- ld Corn per barrel Hay per 100 ltis Oats in sheaf per too lbs Lard Tallow Feathers UCCSwart Si 25S3 So 2S 3 00 405 U8l2l IjOc 4Cf5oc Illnalralrtt lrrmlQiu Jlai aa Special In darrinrntl In Una or Valuable to Club Ralaeranrlll Ie aenl en lrtaluma lSe ir lata paper la mentioned receipt af J- - Keapenalble and eserzelle peraoa wanted to aollclt ab erlplUas TVrlto at oneo Tor exelnalre terrltorr 4SSU3S IMPORTANTXn 23 Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top teed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 4ieti io35 S75c TE3 AK321CAS XAGAZINS CO Si s3 40M5OC 10MTl 2 I 20 749 Broadway Hew York c3 25 TRUSTEES 6575 SALE I OOfiAt 7Js 2n I will nlfer at public sate at tlie As Truttee of HhiihrIi N Huruston Court Â¬ house door In LextHKtou ANNOUNCEMENT at 12oclock A TKAC1 OFLANDOF FOR CITY JDIM3E 60 ACRES lylHg within three miles Pursuant to a lime honored custom or Lexington or my party f hereby announce my Â¬ TKKH8 One third caefa balance iu self a candidate for re election to il six aud twelve mHiilu office of Police Judie of the city of C N BUSH Tkustke Ri0Vnod Ki- - suhject to the action P O Address lmliahfielil Clark of the Democratic party Eectlon 1st County Ky lSju4 bnturday iu June 18S8 JResect fully Mondaj February 13 SS jai25tde h V Rice Notice to Creditors AflnMstratorsNouce holding claims against estate of Mrs Eliza J gheVrtdge deed the estate of Elizabeth Volin deceased will pleae present them to me properr are called on to file name with me verified for payment on or before Februa properly verified on or before the first ry ist 188S All BCTMXM inrfafclaj to tbe palate of Monday in April 1888 deceased will plea par same at onc Stephen D Parrisii A D FLORA Jaii3t Administrator jann 3t Admr AH persons Â¬ All persons having clahm against the Â¬ JA Halite aUd Hig-g-in-s OH UPPER HEW GROCERY pic-erus- HUH STREET gdS throuShout embracing the Iwetferawk and STAPLE AlfCY GROCERIES Queensware Glassware VoofleRwre -- Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Ca Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs aagio 1 yi B9Bj f c Kya II r I iiIBBBH - SPsPSiKSPSTral 1 i gBWSJSBgBSlBMBBiiiJu Jk MwawaaMaaiaa I t ih tl JSSKSfcrt W3stl JT JL WmSSMlP- - V SW51 ja gsai 4iuiiihwii HimwiMinuMTimmfiirrimd iiiMwirmwiOTMIMBMinBgBBMaWltfHil u u i HE 22 Tu CLIMAX 25 Accepted DNrsDAY JANUARY i f Sin 16 So8 3P 2 24 rA - r IS w 25 36 41 7 25 Ml si Jw isju lihl uu a J 9w MM 7 t iCII7IIsfi ltHHM lillflHI will be liwrensed and the position be UCu permanent one W RVaruou has decided to accept the clerkship of Ihe Committee of which Gov Mc Creary is Chairman so he and hU wife will leave for Washington Thurs Â¬ day next Mr J M Cook will now Ret Mr Varnona formpr iwitinn f -Deputy Collector and thus will w good men be iroraoted Interior Jour M lnere a ProsDectthat 1 Third Tips Oat Mr 4 1 b 3 Ik-- Iru it 7 j it is i rc ir an s it4iJ M 89 111 I irasuja staca i ual Bottoms Whites Examinins Trial Mr Hiram Sheare r lord of the Doo ley TBottotus took unto himself a rib Great interest is manifested in Evange so to Fpeak last week and is now for the third time iu his eventful life in list Dunlaps meetings at the Court home the midst of that belief peculiar to all Next Sabbath the 5th Sunday Rev newly married people that he is the Dr Henderson will preach at the Methofirst man ever really married The dist church morning and evening ix a fortunate lady was Miss Duubar ward m and 7 p m All are invited of Mr T Jefl Lanter who resides on The Second quarterly Meeting will be Kentuoky Blyer near Jacksons Ferry held in the Methodist church in this May the good Lord prosper the Dooley place February 24th and 25th Rev J Business Change RELIGIOUS Thursday last The attendants were Mr Allen Embry MIssHattieMnupin Mr Wm Terrill and Miss Bessie Brnaddux After the ceremony tl e cuul proceeded to the grooms home where a reception was tendered them Â¬ IN MEMORY Of Little Bessie and Baby Lonise 3Iy Lambs tMiuxantli w tr wboia 7 present I loved them to C Fitch is the presiding elder and will be Thnt when the KIder Shepherd of tho fold Came covered with the storm and pale and cold Â¬ t s 1 7 ss i U Jjt r js x aa 16 M allfei CMMI ieU IMMfeo S rT r- rsxi - ISIS in u is r m if r asa - II t7 ii e m ii tiMn saw TIJTH will be The examining trial of George White for shooting Frank Conway over the settlement for a game of pool during Christmas week came up Thursday Conway wng notable to be preseBt at the trial Hit evidence was written and rend before the court Whites attorneys were successful in reducing his bond from 1200 to 1000 In default of which he is still confined In jail Conway the wouuded man is improviug slowly Chimes of Xomandy C13HUM isa n 3 iSSJSI73a Mr W K Denny has purchased the interest of Mr Bobt Farls in the boot shoe and gents furnishing goods bus- mess and the style of the firm will be Green Detiuy This will be a strong and popular firm Mr M B Arbuckle will coutinue as salesman aud will be glad to see all of his friends Mr Faris toil week l settliug up his butiness will remalu lu town for several weeks The German day of juiidrg Jay it It Is worth or 12 oclock and hear lilsmm hundred clocks lame and small flue aim coarse giving out the hour The at Bed Haute chimes of Normandy nro not more Mr Buy Fletcher and the ticking ticking imwles- He escaped them for beautiful ticking sounds like the patter of a fcty years gentle April shower on the roofs Be Â¬ Mr Bufurd RaDey Ml while climb- - sides that Armer has the finest jewelry pvcr a fence Monday and was house In Kentucky outside ofLouis ousy hurt ville Look for the sign of the blir golden watch and drop In ne pound has been unusually Icy and numerous small two week Heavy jjog Trade butties are reported The firm of Simmons Bos com- Â¬ M posed of Mosrs j P Simmons and Mr T Jill Lunter will remove Irom Samuel Bars of Klrksvllle have yet a JaJwn Ferry farm In Madison few hogs for shipment which will dose La Becknerville farm iu Clark out their immense purchases of tlie an season Beginning about the first of last September they bought aud ship Chenault white albatross swansduwn 1 s M J Shearer will sell her farm Four thousand trimmiug gold Miss Lila Chenault a rf on tlte Jacks Creek turn- - ped six thousand hogs of next went to Louisville aud two thousand heliotrope velvet lilac moire trim- Â¬ te pulhely mi Tuesday to Cincinnati Many of these hogs mings diamonds Miss Delia Bamsey January 31st were fed by Simmons Boss and six red moire and black tulle diamonds It aU et atid snow have been high- - thousaud barrels of corn were used Miss Lillian Samuels ot Mt Sterling pi reuated by tliose who are fond The expenditure for hogs and corn blue moire petticoat mull overdress erLIng and RiehrooHd has been went up above one hundred thousaud diamonds Miss Pattie Miller em erry nlli rielgh bells for the last day dollars All this buying weighing broidered cashmere and pink surah shipping selling and paying was done Miss Mamie Baldwin blue surah wiih the smoothness of Veterans Tlie diamouds MNs Jennie Fox of Mt J Smith has hla dry goods people of Madison county are fortunate Sterling garnet velvet moire panel Mr Tli rreJ ever Covington Mitchells in having such a reliable and able firm ostrich idumes Miss Lulu Ghent of p tjg Iou e and net ever Fex Bros Indiana toilet of ribbou and lace demi Iscuiiten and fixtures are btored Beading train diamouds Mrs Sam Bennett rc liit uo goods Miss Helen Brown gave a select blue surah lace over dress diamonds reading at the Baptist church last Mrs Gerald Willis black silk dia lie Xaural gas well company held Thursday evening liad a good house monds Miss Sallie Shackelford white tliiiC on Friday night of last week aud the audieuce was a very attentive albatross and lace trimmings Mrs Je iJJ to continue boring Its one Miss Brown thanked the people Mutt Stockton black velvet duchess fl lua t uft with them fur their kindness in a very pleasing audmoonstnues Mrs A W Smith way and then read the first selection garnet and cream china silk entrain las Cobb attorney at law Little Bickets Christmas a poem ostrich lips Miss Loula Bruustoii i Mine near hrtiuK hla ears in 28d A Country Justice 3rd A costume of dead red and gold margueipva liizzard that swept over the bkeletou in Armour by Longfellow rites Mrs B C Stockton garnet vel- Â¬ we Tley were frozen while 4th That Hired Girl Intermission vet point luce diamonds Miss Bessie i ins hotel to his office sir lh Our Travelled Parson by W Miller white albatross and pink surah The Bells by Poe Messrs Bobt Gatewood C Cjrus W Urn comb of Jxiug Carleton 6tb The Western Artists Accom Â¬ Turner ami Carroll Chenault of Mt l h uJsbatMi recently died has 7th 8th Selections from Sterling D B Shackelford J i iln county to make her plishments JH Macbeth 9th Courliug of Widow McDowell A Dudley Newlund Jones w tier feter Mrs Susan J McGee Miss Brown has a sweet J C Hughes Harvy Chenault E B ic ne Iitcaster turn pike and sympathetic voice particularly Carichofl W B Bright W B Shack- Â¬ rue 0 iioville Outlook fays that a adapted to the beautiful pathet- elford Wm Hume W B McDowell inonnd of IiHiplurg ate thirty ba- - ic comic She aud shows Eobert Adams B T Irvine B V is u jiiund of sugar tweuty- - hard work and good training Oflutt Sam Bennett and Dr A W tirckt one caii of oysters and six aud received many cumnllmeuU Smith art at one fitting and said lie from her hearers She had about a 33 house aud the admission charged bsi uncry PERSONAL wi8 23 cents Miss Brown left fur Vm ii lumberiiw of ice wacons Louisville where she will continue the Mr Lee Coky is with the Second liear nere all dny StiHday as a study of elocution National Bank a main people took advantage of Miss Nannie Wentworth of Florida leiCesei ijii to fill their ice Iwuses Among the Physicians was ear and firm and made good is the guest of Mk Margaret Henry Hereunder we locate the physicians ea aUiikiiewj of three inches A letter from Rev Dr Glas in Caliof Bichmoud so that the public will fornia says his health is much improved Iii a itrtr to Hie SOmfonl Interior have no difficulty in finding them Dr J M Foster office on Main Mr Charley Douglas has accepted a Jru Kev Oeo O Barnes tells ij Le left New OrleaHR ami makes a street over Smiths hardware store position with Wiggins Breck as salesBesidence iu the Wherritt udditiou to man iPLiiig apjtexl to Itis friemlt to send Dr J M Poyntz oi m ie M that he can return and the Willis House Mr BobU Gatcwood of Mt Sterling Litter io the dj ing needs of the peo- - office on Second street next to Whites isitcd his uncle Dr J M Poyntz last drugstore Bet idenceon Third street lntre opposite J P Henidous Dr G W Friday InTitaiioii are out for the marriage Evan office on Second street over Dr Gill and wife of Danville were the Mr James S Wiun of Winchester the house occupied Dy D P Armers guests of Capt- - and Mrs J Speed Smith MrHnrneJ Milter daughter or jewelry store Besidence oil North last week nJ Mrs H4ert Miller Wcdne- - street and Aspen Boad DrT J Tay- Â¬ MUs Lula Ghent of Indiana and Miss Ms Frb 8lh lfeSS Mr Winn fa a lor office on Second street over Dykes Jennie Fox of Mt Sterling were guests Tittntht youiiK bu lHefcS man of grocery store Besidence on Lancaster of Miss Lila CItenault last week Ulace uf the tirm or M cJII clock Avenue 2nd house from Water street mr large furniture dealers Mr R A Barlow and wife left MonDr Phil Boberts office iu Boberts on lower Main street day for Naples Florida where tbey will Tli two yiHing men who recently Wines drugstore Main street and make their home gei in a pugilistic encounter in Besidence on Tales Creek Avenue Dn Heath Mrs Al Schlegcl and little daughter xiURton iccuiel a bx in the Coruelibon office on Second street of ML Sterling attended the funeral of Huh iiieir sweethearts and nd to fclmw the public how pleas- - over the house formerly occupied by her niece Ethel Juliet on la6t Friday J tlie difficulty was settled be- - D P Armer Besidence at the Willis Miss Lillian Samuels of Mt Sterling office on theinselves The young men House Dr H W Bright was vkitinj Misses Callic and Mattie ivelmiiny nice complimeiits from Second street over Whiles drugstore Chenault on Lancaster aenue last week on Lancaster Avenue aud press for usinc their flits instead of Besidence Mr J D Mitchell left Thursday for Dr S M Letcher Breck street Is and knives office aud rooms on First street his Kentucky river trip and to use his Mte ef Tebaeco Ilisinr Blounts Dr C S language It is terrible the business I am over Tribble lAXew York telegram of Wednes- - Holtou office and rooms on Main doing rv i4 uiai ouriey tooaoee was hlgh- - street over D M Brights bKtaand Messrs Lucian Carroll Chenault j u ruig on uie pound thaa it shoe house Dr Wm Jeuning Eridgeforth and Charley Turner of Mt - mi ior iweuty nve yearn and office on Main street over Smiths Sterling attended the German on last iiDg m Â¬ jarterly Court Is In eesira with a JwlRe Clieuiuilt pre-cd txlet Armers new house on Main street at 11 your while to drop In at TheCinderrella German Club gave oueof its haudsomest entertalumeuts in the parlors of Dr mid Mrs A W Smith on last Friday evening The toilets were very beautiful the favors were exceedingly pretty and attractive aud a large number danced The German was led by Mr D B Shackelford aud Miss Callie Chenaull aud six figures wre danced Wheel aud Spiral Pyramid Balls 12344321 Hearts Swinging and Flower-girl Miss Lillian Samuels or Mt Sterling was the fortunate young lady of this last figure aud drew the card with flower girl writtea oh it conse- Â¬ quently banquets of flowers were showered upon her The following young ladies were present Mini Callie Chenault blue surah en train passameutrle trimmlues diamouds Miss Nettie Stockton red velvet blue surah amber jewelry Miss Mattie Â¬ begged for one of my sweet lambs to The 4th Thursday of January is observ- And hold ed by the Presbyterians as a day of I bade htm go for colleges There will be a J prajer He claimed the pet special service to morrow nicht with A lttle helpless thing that to my breast First Presbyterian church at 7 oclock to Clnug always either tu quiet or unreit which all are imited Ministers of Rich- Â¬ I thought of all my lnmbs I loved her best And yet and yet mond w ill take part I laid her down The House ha passed a bill which ghes In those white shrouded arms with bitter to the deacons of the Methodist church tears in one of the mountain ecuntes the right For some voice told me that In after years to meet the second Monday in January She should know naught of passlDggilef or fears each year and elect as many ushers as As I had known may be deemed necessary Upon these And yet again ushers shall be conferred full police au- Â¬ That Elder Shepherd came My heart grew thority and it shall be their dutv to prefaint serve when the peace is disturbed The He claimed another lambwtthsaddrplalut bill was sent to the Senate and teferred Another She who gentle as a saint fTeerguve me pain to the Committee on Religion and Mor- Â¬ Aghast I tnrned away als Thero lay she lovely as an Rngels dream Her golden locks with sunlight all ngleara Her holy eycx with heaven In thlr beam DIED I knelt to pray Â¬ Jasper Hamilton died near RogersviIIeMondayJauuary 23rd 1S83 Mrs On Tuesday Jan 17th 18S8 Mrs fe Ratcliir at the homo of her daughter near Kingston Mrs Alex Todd In her Oh I how I wept 84th year The deceased was interred And clnpied tier lo ray boora with n wild at Athens in Fayette county And yearning love my Bessie my precious child At the home of her mother near n c Blood Elixir is the onlyÂ¬ Klrksvllle Miss Maggie Grady died Her too I gave The little anget looked up 5v i Blood Remedy guaran Then slept ou Wednesday January 18 1SS8 of teed It is a positive cure for Dicers Erup Through the dreary tiny consumption lu her 20th year Her tioftS ta Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies tho They often come from glurlons light to mc whole system and banishes all Rheumatic remains were interred in the Lexington I can not feel Ihelrtouch their faccue and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it cemetery Yet my soul whliera thej do come to ice Soll by W O While Prescription He iven is not fur away Mrs Tliaua Yale wife of Bobert Druggist Yates and daughter of W C Teirlll WALKING DRESSES died of pneumonia near Speedwell in Since Father has taken my darlings To the Mansion prepared above Madison county on Tuesday January PerUnent Snggfstion Concerning Fash Â¬ Blnre In heaven hes laid np my treasures 1S83 17ih aged about 23 years Tlie Is It thy will My Father say must this pet lamb be glteti Ub t thou hartt many such dear Lord In heaven Nobly hat thou striven A soft voice said But peace be still cluding every word which has just claim to a place in the language How often you have consulted Appletous or Chamberss or Johnsonsa Clycopp dla and failed to find the title you were looking for theu consulted Web Â¬ sters Unabridged and were successful the word belougetl to the Dictionary rather than the Cyclopedia Or you have cousulted Webster aud found little more than a mere definition of the word you must go to tlie Cyclope Â¬ dia for details of knowledge Or more probable than either of the sup- Â¬ positious you do not owu either a first class Cyclopedia or a first class Dictionary or only oue ot the two be- Â¬ cause of their prohibitory cost so you consult your imagination and go Hungry for lack of the few lines of priut that would eatisfy you In the Manifold Cyclopedia you will find a survey of all knowledge which is illus- Â¬ trated by the English Language aud the cost Is hardly more than common- Â¬ ly charged for a Dictionary alone Editorial talent second to noise In America In experience aud thill is euguged In the conduct of the work the publishers past experience iu Cyclopedia making notably in The Library ol Uuiversal Kuowledge now kuowu trebled In price as the In- Â¬ ternational Cyclopedia is good basis for the pledge he makes to his patrons that the Manifold shall be inferior to uo other Cyclopedia In any of the Im Â¬ portant qualities of a popular guide to knowledge Specimen piges free or a specimen volume my be ordeied aud returned If nut wanted 50 cents per volume fur cloth 6 5 cents for hall Morocco binding postage 10c extra John B Aldeu Publisher 393 Pearl Street New York An Excellent Jlap Among the latest exhibitions of what is possible to accomplish by the engravers art is n large pocket man just Issued by the St Paul Miuneapo lis MsDloba Bailway showing the North western country between Chi cago and Ihe Pacific Ocean in detail A cony will be mallei free tn nnw mt dress upon application to C H War- Â¬ ren Gen Pass Agent St Paul Mian Ask for map H THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED The time was when chickens took the cholera we said good bye chick but now we give them Gaolers chick- Â¬ en cholera cure knowing full well that they will soon be all right again Sold by Stockton W1IIK it Seeing a Dollar Some men can see a dollar a long way oil but everybody can save a dollar by tradlug at Whites Prescrlp tion Drug Store on Second street near the Garnett House jan 18 tf J S1 Prices Marked Down to Make Everything Move at J Stags Louisville Store Collinss Window Shades janl8 3m 1 Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ ture Lace Curtains Carpets c -- Carpets We are just through taking our annual invoice and find we have a You will find the biggest etook the Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles aud the Lowest prices at J S Collinss J4iil8 3m A Vote to be Taken great niaiir goods that And it is thought that a largemajori- be in favorol tradlug at Whites Prescription Drug Store on Second street near the Garnett House Jan 18 if MUST BE SOLD AND TO MAKE THEM GO WE HAYE ty will e The LonKville Southern railroad is certainly coming oi 0 Whites Preset Iption Drug Store is already here Second street near the Garnett Home but jn IS tf Stuek th Knife Deep into Prices So Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia Indigestion and Constipation sold on a positive guarantee at 25 and 60 cents by W G White Prescription Druggist of this 0t ihe rv nUV meof aroo000 things Ackers uojrofaiij let alone oa account Dyspepsia We want the money for them and prices will bring it that they WILL GO Goods kinadsl Â¬ tr Â¬ Q Â¬ i Â¬ - 1 s J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wt i H Iiardwaro store Besidence on Main shortage In street 4 houses above the Christian church Dr L J Frazee office with over the Chenaull County Judge A Let f SHekers Besidence on Circuit Clerks office Mr Tom FllUm iB n Second street d Hou Las a cow that suekles ten s The pigs stamj on their hind Entertainment and re t their fore feet against the About seventy five Invitations were rJfSsf the cow while they suck issued for an elaborate enter- Â¬ agreatcmplacency to themselves tainment at Mrs Col I Shelby JJ ltll no arvnuronf nnt Irvines on Friday last The house c Its hard to down the Bed was brilliantly lighted and looked use beautiful as you approached the bright light shining through tlie varied and NwwBcIature Mr Xf rich tint of the cathedral glass win E Luxon Bichmouil K dows and doors Every room was WiefolloHing thrown open for the admiration and IJ3 VBi u mr oay noree coll 1 decorated In pleasure of the guest 16S6 bjMamhrinoEric m PrniHstr flowers and ferns The dining room was Laura R Wilk rr b iu -- i aud the great triumph of the evening all admired and enjoyed before June 7 1S87 by Jno Wilkes by the eveutng was over In the middle likes dam bv Tom Plnln of tlie room was a table filled with rnerHtne Journal ornamental cakes from tlie centre of MdIm which rose a pyramid of orauges ba frIexandeIrlWe sold on Wed- - n a n as malaga gratea and lemons to Mr Martin of Martin crowned with flowers reaching to the mpon n r o chandelier Around this centre table This U owiug lu a Â¬ Friday night Miss Susie Arnold of Richmond has been for the past week visiting Misses Rachel and Jennie Lillard near town Anderson News Mrs John T Southerland of Bourbon county spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Jas Benton at the home of her father Dr C C Smith Miss Tornmie Duke and her sister Miss Currie will spend two years in Europe where Miss Currie will continue her study of tlie violin They sail this spring Messrs Morgan Taylor Luther Hay den Misses Amanda Newby Mary Newby and Molly Taylor all of Madison county are visiting Esq Speed Taylor MerCer Sayings and Doings loal--1- m ArnnlH r JikeWhH e Americus a ico t ijr cuiu Ga two oani jjigger- weeK ui ear jjoou iti aul 8T fiww renn ipri afalrprce- - T pnles thecouuir huyiug yearling w mis Wl COIUJ I inRtoBHitelieU eJeoUenien composing Oils new returned from CInolnnall other places andhave lir tew ami reiuuy seiecieu mock eloii llig open In the large bouse on Joand Ci formerly occupied by aaaiuon to tlie goods Moeb Ihey have a cliolceflne of gooaa aud with Mr Mltohell aa u B mereuam-iaiio- r- 47 Tlley would becladlo 1L frencls ndthepabMcgefl j to call ailfi vv klicujt i Mr Wm Cielland has accepted a po- Â¬ sition with J J Brooks druggist and Mr Everett Huguely has given up his position and is engaged in fanning with his father Mr S L Huguely who recently bought the late Jacob Huguely farm near Red House We were glad to see our old friend Nath Woodcock of Kansas City in town table Irom a few days since and to learn that his were grouped tete-a-tewhich an elegaut supper was served business prospects are flattering and that Mrs Irvine received in an exquisite he has located permanently and pleasant Â¬ gown of pink surah and lace en train ly in that growing prosperous city diamonds Miss Florence Barlow as Â¬ Mercer Sayingf and Doings Mrs Irvine receive in a sisted John F Hargis who has been attending costume of blue surah aud court Central University at Richmond is at train of cream brocade pearls The in tlie ladies wore very handsome toilets home He has made a record class room and in his deportment of among who were Mrs W B Letcher Mrs B R which any one might be proud Prof Mrs Jas T Shackelford the preparatory McDowell Mrs Boltius Buruam Mm Irvine principal of Â¬ Arnold Mrs school says there was but one other re Sommers Mrs Win port as Johns Three Forks Enterpriie D Chenault Sam Bennett Mrs Mr AJ Reed City Attorney of Rich Mrs H L White Mra Lewis Booker Mrs E Woods Mrs Susie Miller monJ is here and wants to be made Asso He is a Mrs Barbour Mrs Brooks Mrs J C ciate Justice of Idaho Territory Stockton Mrs M H Stockton Mrs bright young lawyer with an interesting G W Willis Mrs J P Herudon family and a growing man in his pro- Â¬ Mrs Dr J M Poyutz Mrs J A Hig fession Here is chance for th Presi Â¬ ginsMrs HTDaniels Mrs W Crow dent to recognize the young Democracy a Mr W K Denny Mrs Dr A W class of tatn much needed in the Terri Â¬ Smith Misses Lucia Burnam Lizzie tories This is Mr Reeds first visit to Bennett Lucy Miller Laura Shackel- - j Washington and he i enjoying the sights ford Mary Hume and Nettie Stock He married Miss Conner of Louisville Washington special ton No gestlemen were present te a a Â¬ Geo A Yates Principal City School Covington Ky R K Hutcheson Hluton Ky Prof B N Boake Glasgow Ky Hon Wm M Becktier Wiuchester Ky Waller S Smith Columbia Ky Hon T M Good knight Franklin Ky Prof E Mc At Ihe home of her parents near Lit- Â¬ Culley Madisouville Ky Bales or tle Bock Estill county Ky January subscription One year 100 single 6th 1SSS Ella B daughter of J H copy 10 cents Adtire s Educational and Elizalietii Chiismau in her twen Â¬ Courant 701 W Main St Louisville tieth year The subject of this notice Ky had been a great suflerer for two year but bore her fullering with Christian Book News fortitude having lived a consistent For January published by John Wan member of the Baptist church since the age nl fifteen She had began atnaker Philadelphia should prove a teaching and expected by going to welcome visitor to every book lover in school and leaching alternately to be the laud This magazine grows more come useful 1 he readers the Herald aud more interesting with each suc- Â¬ and Climax will remember her as ceeding number showing the results the author of the items from Combs of increaseil cart in the preparation of for a year iu penning which no doubt its conteuti In continuation of Stud- Â¬ Mr Mau- Â¬ her mind was diverted from her suf- Â¬ ies of Prominent Novelists rice Thompxou talks of Thomas Har Â¬ ferings when able to write at all It seems sad iu one aspect that one dy aud his work- - iu his usual enter- Â¬ just cnteilng womanhood with pros taining and incisive manner Bev pects good should be thus called away William Hios Waid D D contrib- Â¬ Old Libraries But her short life Is done the flower utes an article 011 which is brim full of curious bits of Is faded witheted hllghtid dead Dead Shall we nut hope that it Is information about book makiug among and Mr Talcott blooming in n far summer clime Her the Babylonians life is not gone out iu gloom sad as it Williams spends and interesting quar- Â¬ In may seem lor our sun tetliug riseth ter bout Witli the New Books to Milne again flowers fade to bloom addition there is a fucd of condensed with the return of warmth and Jesus current criticism ou all the new books hulh said He that belieVeth iu me Charles Egbert Craddock is the sub Â¬ hath everlasting life f hall never die ject of the usual portrait which forms So while we Eorrow at parting may so pleasing aud accompuulrneut of this tlie thought and hope of the new life valuable publication lighten our grief aud help u to dis charge the duties laid upon u that The Bnilding Budget we like Ella may be prepared when a journal ot architecture and kindred the summons comes The parents arts will published this year a have the sy in pat hi of many friends In large variety of valuable articles rethis hourol their grief lating to tlie departments of building EPB The essay lectures aud translations of foreign architectural literature in DRIP KUCK the cm rent numbers of The Budget is an earnest of the value and interest of JACKSON COUNTY its contents iu Ihe year to come Able aud scientific specialists as well Born to the wife of Thomas Bluntou as professional and literary writers January 13th a boy will contribute to Its pages aud will Mr Ben Cox of Bichmoud was in present instructive aud entertaining town visiting ft lends aud relatives reading The following premium will here aud also trying to buy dried be given to all prepaid subscriptions opossum skins but I heard he did not Iu additlou to the regular issue of The get many Budget which will contain a large W Parsons has succeeded his number of artistic designs of current J brother Isaac iu the mill of E Par- - work there will be furnished a superb sous Isaac has goue to Texas since photogravure of the Milan Cathedral hid sweetheart married where he ex- Â¬ size 15x24 Indies This view is taken from the piazza iu front aud embraces pects to make his home on tiie oue side a portion of tlie build- Â¬ In my last communication there ing and grand entrance to the Gallerta was a mistake I wish to correct It Vittorio Emanuele aud on the other was Gideou Taylor Instead of Sid Tay the recent new buildings with collon lor who came from Bichmoud here aded sidewalks An illustration of to inspect the panther skin the Main Cathedral was Issued by The There has been a matrimonial fever Budget two years ago giving a blrdseye here si nee my last communication view of the great church from its Ou December 24tb at E 8 Winkles Eastern end These two pictures form by Bev A B Williams Mr William a most Interesting combination view Chauy to Miss Sarah E Winkle Jan of the building from opposite points uary 6th at E G Murphys by Bev Similar large photographs could not A B Williams Mr George P Miller be purchased for less than oue dollar to Miss Rosa Murphy Attendants each aud these productions arc said to Miss Margaret Gabbard aud Win Mil- Â¬ be even fluer than thu originals For ler Tlie Building Budget oue year aud photogravure or Miiau Cathedral300 WACO For The Budget aud two photogravure prepaid subscription 225 No 115 Mr Bates Elkin of Lexington is Washington St Chicago engineering at the Waco flouring Aldens Manifold Cyclopedia of Knowl mills edge and Language Mr J B Adams has the Kansas One of the most extraordinary literÂ¬ Inclination and will start thence ary enterprises of the age Is the work March 1st which bears the above title Mr De Parks formerly salesman at The sjiecimeii pages the publisher the dry good house of C L Beiircj is semis free lo any applicant shows Ihe now toughing the zero winds on lypc which Is used a good clear faced his fathers farm Brevier alo the form Ideal for Mr Morteu Scrlvner Is sick with convenience easy for the eye handy measles Mule has been trying to shun to hold There will be several thousand iihis this contagion for many years but mere pictures trailnns mo but uoiv this bis 50th anniversary ban caught him but he may pull through everything of niortance that will yet without being caught by Ihe grim serve to explain the text The Manifold Cyclopedia Is much monster more than a Cyclopedia of Universal Mr Christopher Park was married Knowledge It embodies also a Dic- Â¬ to MIsa Ella Brosddus of Kingston on tionary of the Euglleb Lasguage in aged 53 The burial will i ccur to- Â¬ day at 2 oclock iu tlie Richmond ceme- Â¬ tery with Masonic honors Deceased was the father of Mrs Thana Yules whose death is recorded elsewhere In this column 1SS8 Â¬ a an At the residence of his uncle L E Dattok Inch December 8 1887 Franci John Francis Cunningham LITERARY NOTES infant sou of the late Louis and La veuia Estill Cunningham on Saturday morning Jan 21st 188S The funeral Educational Conrant services w ere held at the residence of The Official Organ or the State Mr L E FrHiicis on Sunday after Â¬ Board of Educatiou aud of the State noon at 2 oelook Thence his burial Teachers Association The Jnbsou In the Richmond ccmctry Printing aud Publishing Co Publish William C Terrill died of pneumonia ers B H Carothers J T Gains edi- Â¬ Begular contributors AW at his home near Waco Madison tors Mell Bowling Green Normal School county Ky on Tuesday January 24 m Â¬ Beyond my ministrations of love funeral occurred nil Wednesday aud Through my lears Ill look stendfai tlyupward Dy faith to the glorious nniieen the burial iu the Bichmoud cemetery In that city therell be no more porling At the home of her parents Mr and Or grief as on earth there has iiech Mrs Louis Sciilegel theiriufant daugh- Â¬ So In hope Ill awnltmy I ords coming ter Ethel Juliet died 011 Thursday For to me there St promised a rest morning January 10th 1SSS The And there neoth the smile of my Savior 111 clasp my own lambs to my breast funeral services occured in the Episco Â¬ There In Joy most ecstatic forever pal church Friday afternoon at 330 And eternur voices well raise oclock Thence her burial iu the In triumph to him who redeemed us From siu aud from death and the grave Blchmond cemetery ionable Street Costumes Tho best material for a costttmo for the street is the cloth finished llannol or any soft draping goods in all wool with a plain surface The plain Bkirt is worn to some extent but a com bination of plaited skirt and drapery is liked better by tho mass A plaited front with a slightly bouffant back drapery is much worn In others tho skirt is quite plain in front being fulled a little at tho top and with two or thrco side plait and the back draped in a loose puff A cost uno of this stylo is a bay brown cloth finished llannol and plaid woolen goods in various similes of brown streaked with bright red and black Tho skirt front is of tho plaid material the drapery at the back of the plain Tho bodice also of tho plain is tight-fittin- g with a postilion back lined with red silk In front tho bodice conies down into a peak It is trimmed with a pointed plastron of red silk with a turncd up collar of tho same The slcovcs are finely plaited in tho upper part and the fullness is let out In a puffing at the elbow then again plaited on to a deep facing of red silk Another has a pclisso of Mud fancy cloth with clasps at the sido and or- Â¬ nament at tho back of pasiomenteric An elogant costumo is of dark olive green ladies cloth Tho bodice opens in front with two deep rovers taper Â¬ ing down to tho waist Tho opening shows a peaked plastron embroidered in silk and baid in colcr3 of Indian cashmere This bodice comos down be- Â¬ low the waist It is roumb d in front arid forms A small ront hasquo at tho back slit open in the cchtcit This is trimmed with small rovers of embroidery The underskirt is of olivo grcen silk A panel is laid on over this skirt on tho left side Tho upper skirt of tho cloth is slightly draped in front and moro fully so at tho back It opens on the loft sido to show an embroidered panel Coat sleeves with deep embroidered cuff A vciy handsome walking dross is of faillo and plaid velvet plain lower skirl very long full drapeiics of faille faced with velvet the back drapery straight and long with bias hand of velvet the apron draped nearly to tho waist with facing fold wide at tho waist and narrowing to a point nl the lower edge near the front Another has tho loner skirt of plaid velvet apron and vest of plain cloth polonaise of velvet with plain sleeves and surplice front with lower secÂ¬ tion in bodies point plain collar PhilatWphia Hecord SHOOTING ARROWS J S Collins Will sell you your carpets al a bottom figure He Sews and Lajs them for you and thus rids you of the trouble in Matching them Call and see him jaul8 3m mm Dry Knifed Deep Clothing Knifed Deep Boots Shoes Knifed Deep A f A Question Where are you going to buy your drugs aud books this year I Invite your trade W O Wiirrr Druggist Second street near Garnett House Jan18 tf Cloaks Knifed Deep Hats Caps Knifed Deep FOTIOliTS Knifed Deep I t Ti cV O C JVvvi Windy that are fretful Colic Teethiag Pains or Stomach Disorders can he relieved at once by using Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opiura or Morphine hence is safe Price 25 cents Sold by W G 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the most Call your af kfntion to their commodious and elegant house corner of easily taken and the most pleasantly Main nnd Second Streets Richmond Ky Â¬ THE CORNER SABDIiERlT rt effective remedy known pedally dec28 4t the Children CI 3SVCrU They are es liable lo Sudden Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cough There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearxBee etc We guarantee Ackers English It saves and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the booee Remedy a positive cure Sold by hours of anxious watching They have the most stylish i3 well as the plainest of saddles made W G White Prescription Druggist TIIE UEAVYB00T TRADE OBMSil fc in their shop of the best materials They have Ksmarkabl Skill Attalnod by the Archers of Ancient Times In the days when tho buffalo was found in vast herds on the Western plaius thcro wero Indians who while riding at a gallop could send an ar-Â¬ row through a buffalos body Re Â¬ markable as this shooting was yet it did not tqtittl that reached by thu archers of ancient times Mr Dixon in his history of Gairlock Scotland says that tlo MacRaes of that district were such skillful archers that they could hit a man at tho distanco of four and even five hundred yards Ho in- Â¬ stances the killing of a serving man at five hundred yards and of two men killing several McLoods at four hun- Â¬ dred yards Lest tho reader should discount the distance of tho range the author mentions several wonderful shots made by Turks In 1794 the Turkish Ambassador shot an arrow in a field near London four hundred and fifteen yards against the wind and four hundred and eighty two yards with the wind The secre- Â¬ tary of tho Ambassador on hearing the expression of surprise from the English gentlomon present said tho Saltan had shot fivo hundred yards This was the greatest performance of modern days but a pillar standing on a plain near Constantinople recorded shots ranging np to oiglit hundred yards Sir Robert Ainslie British Ambassador to tho Sublime Porte records tint in 1793 ho was present when tho Sultan shot an arrow nine hundred and seventy two yards Youths Companion What Bothered Him am Johnsing happened to pay a visitto the county jail a few days ago and who should ho sco inside the bars Is about uvernnd Wallace has a quan- Â¬ tity in stock w bich he means to dispose of at low prices and at once Call aud examine these boots and shoes They are full stock well made aud the prices low He does not intend to carry them into tlie spring aud sum- Â¬ mer He means lo sell them and make room for spring and summer goods Remember the place the Burglu stand formerly the Moberley staud on Main street third door Irom Brookss comer or third door below Second janll tf National Bank thousands suffering from Asthma Con Â¬ Coughs etc Did you ever try Ackers English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lang Troubles sold on a positive guarantee at 10c 60c Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist sumption Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele- Â¬ gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone whip stocks of leather ami wood Spurs in variety of best leather Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy aiid plain delicate and sirensr shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers torso blankets horse bewis e toe weights girts brushes curry combs snungos A lull line of collars names trace chains back bands hame strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wageers 1 f TURFMEX CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house SPReraember the place Ilerndons Corner Main and Second Streets f City State of OnioCounty of8 Toledo S makes oath that he is the senior partner of the Co doing firm of F J Cheney business in the City ot Toledo Couuly and State aforesaid aud that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDBED DOLLABS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure W C GORMLEY CO Frank J Cheney Lucas jann iy QUEEH AND CRESCEHT 0TJTE i Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT ANHFAVORIB LINE TO FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of Decem- Â¬ ber A D 86 A W GLEASON 1 f seal Ifotary PuUic New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the fC xz Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- Â¬ nally aud acts directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimohlalsTree F J CHENEY CO Toledo O by J J Brooks 75 cents jan18 1 m Priciual Poid is Soii Eas SoMfis t r tSold XjESTTEiRS Remaining unclaimed in tiie Post office at Bichmoud Ky week ending THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO TIIE PACIFIC COAST i but Gabo Snodgrass How In do worle Gabe did yor got asked Sam Johnsing I dont hoddor my head about dat r how I got in healu How ter git out oh horo is what I wants ter find out 7eM Siftingi In Jan 24 1888 dar Ageelohn Anderson C Bengal n Lizzie Brady Simon Black George Ballard Ellizza The tonnage uoved by all tho Fagans Cassie Fields S railroads in 188G equal oil 482000000 Embry Gilbert tons it Is estimated that the lonnago Gordon NeWe this year will equal 515000 00d ton a Hockaday Davie comparative lucroaso ot C3000 090 Horton II O Irvine M Whitaterjno M 3 According to Mr E G Ravcn Irvine Sallie B ftcin the English foot is used as the Advertised matter will be held two itandard of longth by countries having weeks after date of adverttenient and 471000000 inhabitants the metre by then if undelivered will be sent to the 347091000 people and tlie Castiiian dead letter office Post dfllce liourw from 0 a m to 7 p foot by 5905000 Denmark and Rus registered sia aro the only countries i conti- Â¬ M Money ordera and to 6 p m letter m nental Europe which have notadajted hours prompt 7 J B WILLS M tlie jaetrc JrisMsaw ZVatees- Â¬ Lauder Sarah B Naylor Green Newman Lena Knolding Mary Pool Tench Bedford Tom KobertJ B Stevens Dannie Stacey G P Turner George Walker Robert S Walton Georgie Williams Charlie the Important Cities ot IhaSoHth without change MorniiiK and Nislit Trains Olliy T RUNNING TIIUOUCH CABS Jv TWENTY HIOHT HOURS TO JACltSONVILUE ir FLORIDA IK tlolr Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads HUHt withm ihe QCKKN UM beMtag tickets OrandCentniUJnlonPepotln uHtvinttaU pwette f jneroey Hen4l with f4 therefore navtl traufer across the City ami are asse4 comfort ami ceuveulcoce Travel Tia- - Queen and Crescent gMSftar JOHNUUAVLT General Offleev SUPuoUBQlkllus General Manager W8e of tb r it tivnrr tiiwiiijperfattnueat Gml S West Fenrtti Sit CImH wiU bin wwwMV tUmttoti Fawsen gw Ajuit- - XXUVA3f v 7ig7i tigjffiBjTuwi my ftJeJ Pzper PATASCNIASiFAJE Sow byltsXeisubors Wi There used to be a placCcalled Pata gasta It appears on our geograpHe now as a drear and uDinlHibUflWe South American Conntrr orbed Ab XONCERNING Their CI OUDS To- - i a school book pnbttshed the mountain and find ourselves ia the ia 18 S6 and is common use in this cloud we see It to be slmjily a fog To oewtry The geography gives our obiervatioa doade take on forms stellar tnfomatlos about the Arjjea that are almost infinite in varioty ttoe OtmfederalMHi It makes the yet they may bo divided into six AigoatiM roar with rage to eall thejr dasses each preseuiing quite distinct characteristics These sre known as ommUt the Argentic Confederation It wwiM he jmt as poKte and proper to oirruB eumalus and stratus cloud as omit tfck the Confederate States of simple divisions aad drra euraulus Amqoc A bitter bloody war was cirro stratus and cumulo stratus as The cirrus fewgiit to wipe that same off the nap compound divisions bwt pttbtisfeers still insist upon oioud consists of long slender fila- Â¬ ments either parallel or diverging keepfog h there It ie not a coafeder from each other These clouds have athta k k a Nation with a big N Mk ere and inseparable Baked the greatest elevation and the least we stead divided we fall all that density of all douds Even in fair sort of tMg the Argentine Republic weather the sky k seldom free from Te eall k thing else k an insult to small distant groups of cirrus clouds the patriots who fought to stake it so They are thought to be made up of tmi a roiaetioB upott oar owb intelli spicules of toe or flakes of snow since at the great height at which goBee Several years ago Patagoata was di Â¬ they float from five to eight miles vided hetweea Chili aad the Argeatine above the earth the temperature of KepaUie the Ministers from the the air k below freezing point cvon in Uaked States to those two countries midsummer The cumulus cloud is daiag the earving The summits of mnoh denser than the rirrus and is the Cordilleras were fixed as the bound Â¬ formed nearer the earth It usually ary Maes Chili took the Strait of has the form of a hemispherical or MagelUa aad the strip aloag the Pa convex mass with horizontal basc eMe ooaot hetweea the mountains aad This is the cloud of en seen in large the sea aad the Argeatiae Kepablie masses Bear the horison looking like the pampas the ardiipelago of Tierra huge mountains of snow The round- Â¬ del Fuego being divided between them ed top of this cloud results from the As the earth Sfaoe the partitina ranchmea have mode of its formation heea pushing southward with great k heated by the suns rays currents rapidky and now the vast territory of warm air rise carrying with them praottoally occupied There are no invisible vapor When they reach a ere wild eattle or horses there than eertain height this vapor k aondensed Kancac acd the dreary uninhabited aad forms cloud and swot the upward t in wastes of Patagonia have goae into motion is greater under tlte ce itor of the cloud the vapor is then carried to eMivtoa with the Great Aaierieaa its greatest height The stratum cloud Basert The remnant of a vast tribe k a widely extended horizontal sheet of aborigines still occupies the interior often covering the entire sky and hat the Iadiaa problem of the ArÂ¬ aad hanging so low that it frequently geatiae Kepablie was solved in a sum Â¬ touches the earths surface in the mary way There was eoaideraMe an form of a fog For the compound nojraace oa the frontier from bands of modifications of cloud forms tlte roving savages who used to come north k seen in small rounded ia the winter time steal cattle rob masses of leu very near together On aad ravish aad the outposts of eiviltea account of their Hiecy appearance tioa were not safe General Rocs the these are often called nvooliy clouds Sheridan of the Rver Plate was sent This eloud is ver frequent in summer with a brigade of cavalry to the frontier but seldom precedes rain The cirro to prevent this sort of thing East aad stratus consists of fibrous clouds west across the territory runs the Rio spread out in strata which are Negro a swift turbid stream like the either horizontal or slightly in Metoari with high banks Fifty miles diaed to the herisn Sometimes the or so from the monataias the river whole sky k mettled with the cloud maes a tarn ia its course and leaves looking like the back of a mackerel a narrow pathway through which every ami therefore is callel a mackerel tUag that eaters or leaves latagoaia sky This eleud always presages wind by mad must go Across this pass of and rain The enmnio stratus is the fifty miles General Roe dug a ditch large dark cloud formed by the mass Â¬ twelve feet deep and fifteen feet wide ing of the fl eer cumulus in great The Indians to the number of several heaps These douds are to be seen in thoaiand were north when the work great magnificence on the approach of was done raiding the settlements As a thunder storm ami are therefore spring eame they tamed to go south Â¬ often railed thunder heads Some ward as usual ia a long earavaa with meteorologists also classify with the their stolen horses aad cattle Roea above the nimbus doud which is a galloped around their rear and drove stratus cloud from w Inch rain is fall Â¬ them aight aad day before him When ing but others do not think it worth they reached the ditch they became be while to keep this division Tlte wtldeiwd for they could not cross k and height of a cloud is mea3nred by after a few days of slaughter the rem- trigononietrifal rule by observing Its nant that survived surrendered and were direction simultaneously at two sta- Â¬ distributed through the army as sol Â¬ tions In mountainous countries it diers while the women were sent into a can be compared w ith Ute peaks near semi giaverr aatong the ranchmen they which it passes Most accurate re-Â¬ had robbed The dead animals aad men sults however are obtained by ascend- Â¬ were buried together in tb ditch and ing ia a balloon and no ing the height there has been no further annoyance of the barometer when entering the from Indians oa the frontier doud and again when emerging from The few that remain seldom eome it tlte barometer giving the means of northward bat remain around Punta computing corresi onding altitudes Arenas the only settlement ia the The height of elouds is very variable Strait hunting the ostrich and other The stratus as we have said often wfld game trading the skins for whk descending to the earth In pleasant ky aad making themselves as wretched weather the lower limit of cumulus as passible The robes they wear are clouds varies from S 003 to 5000 feet made of the skins of the guanaoo a elevation ami their upper limit from spades of the llama and the breasts ol 5000 to 1200 0 feet Cirrus clouds never yeaag ostriches There is nothing descend beew the suaiuikof Mount prettier than an ostrich robe but each Blanc whieh has a height of 15744 eae represents the slaughter of from feet and are often seen to be far above sixteen to twenty oung birds and mountains that are 20000 to 22000 thty xrqjgettiag rare and expensive as feet high It k estimated lwwever the MniXare being exterminated as that they would not be visible at a ocrbofTaUes have been William E height exceeding ten miles In verti- Â¬ cal thickness domls are supposed to Curt m Warpers Magmtim seldom exceed half a mile but the WW TO TELL STORIES enormous masses of cumulus are An Awnmphliimat IomvhmI by Hat sometimes estimated at over three 1cwMurtaln miles Clouds man with the IaAll ages aad ia all laads the art of and there k no way of estimatingwind naradag a story by word of mouth or movement but by measuring their the W ready pea has been practiced velodty of the wind currents Clouds aad a few individual among the rest reflect light of course or they would of mankind have been gifted with this not be visible sueh light as can pass faculty which they have exercised in through them is refracted out of its prepariag food f the fancy of their path by the presence of the vapor hearer or readers in fable epie or the particles Thus when we see objects modern novel These are akin to the through a fog we often notice that artist who diners from the mere por Â¬ they are distant from their true posi- Â¬ trait painter The last named ean pro tion or unnaturally magnified The daee a roemblanee which may be perÂ¬ efleet of douds oa beat is to lessen it fect ia light aad shade and even in ex Ihe water particles absorbing it and presawa bat though this taav give us lowering the temperature of the air by pioaoare it doe not stir in as the admira Â¬ tbdr conversion into invisible vapor tion that we award to oae who ean pro Nevertheless clomU hanging low in daee a akaation calling forth oar emo Â¬ coal weather prevent a fall of tem- Â¬ tions The faculty which ea produce perature by preventing the radiation of heat from the earths surface tins is much more rarely met with As A well told tale is as rare as a perÂ¬ to mokture elouds are obviously fect day It k the result of happy ia mofeture itself as wdl as its cause naeaces and like a well developed Chicago JttUr OceoH maa or woman requires favorable dr tt cajBttaMces for its development WILTERS WEAKNESS It owes much of its interest to the lan Â¬ Tho Mare immlmmt leeullarltles of an guage ased ia telliag it aad the skill Ai KUintHitutite Maa with which Rk illustrated as ia the Tom Wiler beat al the men I have plays of Shakespeare The plots of known in Ihe argumrutathe line maay of these plays are not original would at any lime rather discuss He no bat the way in which the author has matter what than eat or sleep and made from what were originally but Wilier was no unskillful hand with the phantoms galleries of life like figures knife and fork and as for sleeping is a striking proof of its power A when be really set about it lie ooufd similar elect ii often produced by almost equal the achievements of the writers of tales It shows great merit ia a story when most somnolent of that famous seven the iBBhluats of k liager in the memory ofEapesus But argumentation was SilasMamer by George Eliot is a hk best hold and when he had a job remarkable instance of ibk quality of disci seion on hand and it was Any one who has read thk tale must very rarely that lie was ontof employ Â¬ have noted the ease with which each ment in incident may be recalled oven a long give up that line of industry he would sleep forego food neglect his time after it has been read and this work and confine himael eitirdy to characterktie seems to result from its being free from Mtperflaoas matter word lwkig and ratiorination And it malterl not what the sub Â¬ from the way in which the main ind donta are grouped aad from the ject in dispute might b - Big or little ueaaty ana sitnpHcUy of the tout of pressing importance or of no oarthly interest to any Wly it was all tho Lace and wllli tlm same to him He was ever on tho caking therefrom form the materials wateh and let of most of the ancient stories while the ual lay down an unfortunate individ- Â¬ the most trivial of com Â¬ MtaadoBs of the modern novels are the Wilter would results of complicated difficulties inct monplace propositions dent to a more advanced state of dvil take it up iastanler and argue for iaatiea Life abounds in faddeate for hours as to its obvious falsity and in- Â¬ the modern tale writer There are herent iaipossibftUy I remember mar people who confine their generÂ¬ Once When Jtlhn Miklfaf Imnnanrwl n osity to what they consider tbdr own speak of the irrHubirhy of a certain class and who spand time and money jmrmm -Aim waat uo you mean by In deeds of charity vet think nothia irritability was the ready retort of of woundiagthefeelingsoftliosealiuj Wilier Thongh naturally surprised beneath them in rank They are kind after their own fashion bat would sac- Â¬ at such a question even from a nmn rifice their dear frieudti rather than lose of Wilter s wdl kHown iH oiwiiiac an mtb of thrir hard won social posi Milding r plied that It moan t the qual Â¬ tioa Such people are common both in ity of being easily irritated susoeptl rral life and in novels and when the bililv to exdtement or erasnnmtinn story of than-- doings is weH told it ex Â¬ Then Wilier put on one of those czas- cites in the reader much interest perauag sautes ot Ms which sold as To read a good story has a similar plainlv as words could liivo effect to spending a few hours in pleas Â¬ express l it Ah my boy now Ive ant company it eheers and relieves the got you Wilter bad somewhere run Huod the small troubles that inav have vexed lo e their hold upon us and when across the word in its iky3lelo2lcal we return to them we are so refreshed eenee a healthful vital suseentibUitv and invigorated by the action of change to the influence of natural medidnal Uiat they wdgh but lightly uiwa iw and mechanical ac entii ml tlm nmnr Sometimes an incident recalls to our of responding in a normal manner raemones some of the pleasures aad ooui by sensation and actions ospo pains of that brief season of oariv youth dally the nopcrty in living ttssne of of which we all like to prolong the re leaden c nraction followed by aembrinre Stories from other lands tion orouiiceu bv direct stimulusrelaxa of its hare a git at charm for young people and children There is for them lho substance or through Ihe influence and with Mhis idea Bieltyof learning about foreign cus Bf Ihe nerves Hius and seeing that huutau nature is In his nind he straightway prooeodod alike in Is deep experiences under very to demolish Mildings position or dffe ent outward ways ud muiacrs peranidi d himkolf he was demolishing Chambrrt JuurnaL ttt wbijli amounted to the same thing 62etifig from locItVlilolcKtitk A oHmd is aiwaspfvlsbie yapor or water par lidos anSsasnsioa in the aknosplierTe If l6rs lipoa the waste upon wbiek herds of wild horses sarfaee of the earttfita cdll it a fog an4 eattle grace that are busted for We see a mass of vapor on the sum-Â¬ their fiesb by a fen hands of savage mit of a high mountain and we call ImMabs of iHiettSo stature I am it a doud but if we climb to the top of iatnro Formi Composition ief se er ee ad ay I cirro-cu- mulus and in his own estimation had vory soon loft poor MUding without a leg to stand on Now MUding was no debater He hated argument as as a certain unspeakable indi- Â¬ vidual is popularly supposed to holy But when hato water MUding was sure of his ground he wasnt the man to give it up with Â¬ out a struggle Consequently he held I up his ond as well ns ho was able and tho dispute was long and wordy As each was right from his own stand- Â¬ point and wrong from the others premise they were ho nearer agree mont after a three hours disputation than when thoy began But that didnt trouble WHtcr a particle In- Â¬ deed it loft him with a subject for argument the next day and tho noxt and so on indefinitely On anothor occasion somebody hap poning to mention Patagonia as being in South America Wiltor possibly out of a more lovo of discussion pounced upon Ihe timorous one and not only donicd that Patagonia was in South de- Â¬ unblushingly Amoricn but clared that it was in Africa and he then proceeded to back up his statement by long and vigorous argumont and a very able argument it was and one that might easily havo convinced a person quite unfamiliar with geography From these two illustrations which are trae beyond peradventure a good insight into tho mental idiosyncracy He never was of Wilter is obtainod beaten in argument for ho never ad-Â¬ mitted any thing that his opponent advanced and he had Ihe immense advantage of possessing a tongue that never wearied and a lovo cf discus- Â¬ sion which know no abatement Wiltor when I know him was an ex- Â¬ He was paid by the port workman piece and whon he cho3e he could earn in a given period of timo twice as much as any two of his follows But his rage for argumont was so powerful that his bill was gen- Â¬ erally the smallest of all the bo men the in But simp cared not for tint He was happy so long as lie could argue which was about all the time and though his clothing was wholly unpresontablo and his fnoe and hands dingy from saponaceous abstention and though hk family presonlod various dogreos of shabbincss and were usually on the shortest of short commons and spito of the duns which ever hovered about his head Wilters equanimity was nevor disturbed in the slightest Tho only thing that vexed him was lho lack of opportunity to argue that is to say when he was alone But Wilter lias long ago forsaken the workmans bench and is now an He has found in the alderman aWeriHsnic business an earthly para- Â¬ dise Wilier is the one happy man of all the men 1 know Oh if ho could live forever BmUm Transcript THE PORTLAND VASE THE OLDEST ENGINEER PITH AND POINT Â¬ irr tIJ History of a rieeo of Art More Famous Than the PeachMoir In a certain way croty body knows r about the Portland vase and yet tho other day I stumbled on an interesting fact concerning it little known or rather forgotien in England except among collectors and connoisseurs in art At its sale the little peachblow vase that Miry Jtne M inran was forced to leave behind her did not create half nor quarter of thesonsalion in America as did tha of the Portland vase in Eiirop- - N w you can find the latter in the British Museum It is kept in a transparent case in a small ante room devoted to an unequalod collection of caiucs intaglios and the mir icles of Itoniin Etruscan and Grecian work in gold The atmos- Â¬ phere is a fit one for this gem in glass found in a marble to nb near Rome four hundred j ears ago and for near- Â¬ ly three centuries treasured in the famous palace of Barberini The vase stands only ton inchos bish Its shane is the liorfccilnn of symmetry btoad at the center and diminishing gradually at the bao but to a more marked degree at the neck and finally expanding there with a uouor iiice curve tue curve re-Â¬ peated again in the two handles The substance is glass of a rich but in- Â¬ tensely deep blue throwing into abso-Â¬ lute relief classical and exquisite fig uros in opaque white glass A micro- Â¬ scope fails to detect a flaw in tho cut Â¬ ting of these groups supposed to rep Â¬ resent the meeting- - of Thetis and Po loius on Mount Tholion in Ihe pres- Â¬ ence of Poissidon and Eros On the bottom of the vaso ie its most remark-Â¬ able piece of cutting a bust of Atys The English chapter in the history of the vase began in 1770 whon Mr Byser tho antiquarian succeeded in purchasing it He in turn sold it to Sir William Hamilton who unfortu- Â¬ nate in diina as in matrimony gave it to the D ike of Portland for 1800 guineas or aboul 9 000 In tho course of time a sale of I he Portland proper-Â¬ ty including tl a precious ornamont was held The Dichess of Portland a proud and imp rious woman was present for the purpose of httying in the vase To her horror and disgust she found a compotitorfor its purchase in the little lame pock marked china manufacturer Josiah Wedgwood To the Duchess this was intolerable and she began the bidding in a spirited iranner determined to specdilv put down the son of a common Stafford- Â¬ shire potter Wedgwood howover was as deter- Â¬ mined as the Duchess to beconio the owner of tho vase and had n higher moUve than family nride at tho bot- Â¬ tom of his desire The bid rapidlv ran np and a chill of fear seized tho Duchoss as they mounted forherpure had its limits and at last in anger and despair she made her final offer was outbid and rushed from tho room In a few moments a m ago was brought to Mr Wedgwood to iho effect lhat her Graco wkhed to speak with him in private What passed at the inlorview no one ever knew with cx aotnoss hut it is presumed lliat a wom Â¬ an in tears eff cted what a Duchess in anger could not and won from tho geullo instincts of tho work- Â¬ mans son what tho groat and ambiti- Â¬ ous art manufacturer never would have conceded At any rate tha Duchess kept tho vase and Josiah Wedgwood reserved the sole right for himsolf and heirs to reproduce fifty copies of it cvory ono hundred years In 1810 tho D ike of Portland who justly folt that this famous work of art should no longer be kept for the satis- Â¬ faction f tho few placeH It In tho British Museum where it at once brought a visit from the art lovers of tho world Until 1846 It remained as perfect as when plucked from the grave four centuries beforo but at this timo a drunken mechanic who in some way got into the snored ante room smashed it with a stone into a thousand pieces Tho bits were afterward collected and with Snfiuito skill cemented by an export In such a way that the seams can scarcely be observod while tho shape is preserved London Letter -- At tho Minnesota Slato Fair a curious doek was on exhibition It is made of roil cedar and is the work of an inmato of tho North Dakota peni Â¬ tentiary A jackknifo was the only tool used In tho gablo of a Swiss cottage sets tho taco of tho clock with balconies piaesas and windows around it ya October If yon want to talk to tho oldest AT THE MASONIC said lho definition of cupidity CountyCurt of Claims nd Monday locomotive ongtnecr in Chicago Julyv Linn Sniilh himsolf a voloran en Richmond Lodce No zz meets 2nd in j Burlington Vrez Frets EUCEIT-HISEflty Court first Monday in each CUSri Tuesday in each month gineer of thr Northwestern out nl For-Tho preacher tellsL you that you i and Mh a rv cTorrTOM W M 3iU tleth streetine oher uav jro ami see should marry for love and yet ho often --Whon B J NxwIjox Secretary old BiH MoWey time ct holding city court marries for money -- Tonken States Â¬ We the folio said Mr Mobloy was I eat up man Hirst Saturday in every month olicit rourra why old Thatch Perkins as I said Richmond R A Chapter No 16 That girl On tho tonnls court county officers before sot mo upon the llih day of must be a dreadfully poor player meets 3rd Tuesday in eaci month GanllMitfLoarionAseN iGotmtyJudgevJ C Chenault J SlfEED SMITH II P July 1839 Where Eight in Balti- Â¬ Why Certi of Liverpool Because her dress is so ex- Â¬ County Clerk Thomas Thorpe W E Hay Secretary more I was born there in March Grrm Fimart Town Topics pensive iCounty Attorney J A Sullivan C n fan nil Uwion of We had our head quarters in 1819 Sheriff N B Deaiherage recommend that a The host NO Iq RICHMOND COMMANDEltY Baltimore and I ran first from thoro JJailor George V Maupm can havo Is a permanent placo FircMMaFaadUfCal- Regular meeting first Tueday in each I Coroner Alexander Norris to Fredericksburg about soven or eight servant with ON combined a deep seated determin- Â¬ Surveyor B F Crooker years and followed thexrid Baltimore ation to stay there Puck Total Frarf outly invited to attend Assessor John W Mclherson Ohio until shegotasfar as Wheelln Excuse me sir ho said but I J SPEED SMITH Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda West Virgin iv I remember when j5gPoweP office on s soldierly Million Eminent Commander and Parwasta at BonmM K they got the road asfurasCuraborland judge from your erect and service A full and compile sine ef dcciS-ir- CITY OFFICERS Powsn thoy thought that was the end of tho bearing that you havo soon D P Akmer Recorder Yis sorr Oivo seen servioo was tho City Judge II C Rice work 1 ran a few years on tho North- Â¬ STAPLE AND FANCY Oim footman for Misses Pa City Attorney A J Reed ern Central hot wee i Baltimore and replv Epoch Madison Lodge No 183 at Klrksville Uty Collector R A Barlow ran Yendomi Harrishurg I guess that road belongs City Clerk Wm G White A friend writinz from Virginia meets Saturday evening before the full to tho Pennsylvany now dont know moon in every month CtTY rOLICE though for I havent boon down that and describing a recent colored pro- Â¬ W P PREWITT W M What tho tracted mooting say3 J D Feeney and Everett Berry way in twonty vear J M Smith Secretary Mo an old brethren lack in inspiration they mako Whore did I go then CITY COUNCIL Harpers Barar up in perspiration Jacobs who was with mo on tho B J D Mitchell Mayor An old philosopher says that ho No 3I5 at Kingston O but is nowjrencral superintendent Kingston Lodge AN I First Ward J Stone Walker of the Illinois Central north and sou hi has often soon a man pleased at being meets Saturday evening betore the full Second Ward G W EVans Third Ward Owen McKee- from Ambity came West in 51 an thought to bo in adva ico of his age moon in every month J W HALES W M Fourth Ward J W Cnpwton started on tho Contral Then I ran an but he nevor hpard of ft woma i who T C Witt Secretary Is prepared to do alt k engine for tho Governm nt and havo was pleased nt boing supposad to bo justices or the peaceconstablesakd Nl Y Leiger in advance of hor age hauled a good many of the Generals Waco Lodge No 3j at Waco meets PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING BUILDING AND CONTRA Wn en lho girl who has encouraged Thun I camo over to tho Northwestern th Saturday in everv month COURT Â¬ W D RUCKER W M a young man for soveral years sudan 1 hve been right horoevor since WORK W T Fielder Secretary MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND What wore Ihe facilities for rail- Â¬ denly tells him lhat sho can nevor bo more than a sister to him he can for roading in early days NOVEMBER AT THE MOST John I Hamilton Lodge No 578 at tho first time soo tho frocklo on hor As I said wo used tho old walkin Richmond District No 1 D P Armer Union City meets 2nd Satur day in every nose Chicago Saturday Evming Her-Â¬ month beam engine had no cib nor nothin at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm JOHN HILLWM Willfs at Court House a I used tcr stand right in front of Iho ald Saturdav ii John G Taylor Secretary Edison says that only onr fourth machine but I had th it a couple of Ionian x aiiiii ionsiaDie and in the best mariner He Daniel Boone Lodje No 454 at Fox Foxtown District No 2 G B Million months only an then wo changed for of a ton of coal is usod Tho rest thoroughly educated Carre in everv month Â¬ at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond It is well that Edi- town meets 3rd Saturday the Nnrrk engines which wo used tor goes ap chimney -- ON A- and builder ami those conc -SANTFORD OLDHAM WM Kanatzar in Buffalo school hon Atv son has scttlod this question for wo call tho camcl bicks didnt have no i Saturday J S Chenault Constable Jacob II Shearer Secretary ing building will do well to se pilot nor nothin else The slab rails had been led to believe thnt tho three Union District No 3 Albertis Parks an estimate from him would be fly In up all around the en- Â¬ quarieri not burno I went off with tho Berea Lodge No 617 at Jieiea jseets il at Unon City 1st Saturdav Exchange John wagon gine Them rails as I said before Saturday Office at his residence on II JCDAVIS Wil 1 urpm at UoylcsviIIe 2nd Saturday A R S W Ptcc Secretary Customer getting measured was nailed to wooden stringers an N Lanter Constable Irvine Street How much aro theso trousers going outon flat iron they was made Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton u I00P JMne Twenty two Tailor one half to fiVe eightus of to cost mo bars at Waco 2nd Saturday John W O- - F Madison Lodge No 14 I O an inch thick an from two an dollars sir How many pockets do Moorcs at Wco 3rd Saturday Charles meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Oldham Constable C istomcr a half to four inches wide an comin you want in thoni looso made siake heads None I wont need any pockets aft Â¬ Hallon Main Street Did wo run Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at WFFARLEY NG A Kingston 4th Sp rday Y slow Yes wo had tor run slow or er Ive paid for tho trousers Leeland D Frazee Secretary Maupin at Speedwell and Wednesday wed get caught in a snakohcad aforo Sun GIVE THIS HOUSE wo knowod it What was the snakc Boone Encampment No 40 meets every jj George Young Constable An Epigram Glade District No 6 James M Wood A word to the wise Is sufflcicnt Us said lioids Why they was pieces of flat nrsi ana imra inursuayai uua reuowrs at Berea 3rd Saturdav John G Gal- Â¬ Dut it they are wise wherefore heed it Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky iron which was nailed on wooden loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday A word from the wise were far better Instead W D ALVERSON C P stringers for rails an when wed And delivered to those who most need it R G Ballard Constable L J Frazee oc ibe strike the end of one that was loose Boston Budget June22 If Kirksville District Ito 7 J M Cotton shed curl right up through the floor At tho broakfast tablo sho asked Alexander Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No at Kirksville 2nd Saturday What did they do to prevent snake him for a 1 ttlc change I havont 3 meets second Thursday in each month Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M Fowler Constable TIipv used tor follow tho any my hoads dear he said nothing but a at Odd Fellows Hall Poosey District No S J N Hendren train with a hand car and spike down S10 bill R A BARLOW Captain A tho suipor tablo sho at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A any that came loose Wo had no cabs made tho same requrst I havont a L f Frazee Clerk Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday as I said an I to havo all tho cent TTlth orvrithout Tatent Index Why dilntyou he replied KNIGHTS OP HONOR S D Carpenter Constable skin taken off my hands and faco got that 10 bill broken John she IVfrasTTSjr a Million District No 9 J M Long at Amity Lodge No 515 K of somotimes with tho hailstone- you inquired I did ho answered with everly Fridai evening in Odd Hmeeti Stapps Store 3rd Tuesdsy 10NABRmctflJstSAiilt k Fellons A U New AV LTf know thats a groat country for hail- Â¬ an intonation of sadness by at Holmanji Store N Y Sun Hall at 7 oclock rd Saturday VDlGTlONAfiitf rrsFLF storms Tho passenger coaches at James A Harvey Constable W B BENNY Dictator John said his wife dont you first look d sometliin like the top of spond more than you James Tkvis Reporter want for lunchos an omnorbiis but Ross Winans of down town nflnntxrnUIPAlf iw of y I aint understand how Tour Attention is inrlted to tho tact that In pur uumftwi uwi Will ttC Baltimore about the time I began to it is that tha mo chuiag the Itcst issue of Itus work you get icy slips away as it Occupies 3 Large Zfafs run built the double stogie passenger doos No m dear I eat hie free Cheapest BestEuzissC CHURCH DIRECTORY A Dictionary car The rondurter had to bo his own lunch nearly ovry day Well I IIIliftnMrl CM Mr brakeman he was the only man on wish yon would gvo up free lunches containing 3000 moro words nd nearly 3000 more KirMMtM WriJ BewlMew UeacrsJ EdartlUi luastrationa than any other American Dictionary mm m mow the iraln They didnt have no whcol miuif hi vm BwImm 19 T i r They cost j ou more than wo John 6rttiut ht BAPTIST ANNOUNCES TO THE TItADE Lr ke ai he ha tcr set the brakes can nirird A Gazetteer of the World Cf Clify Law fcMiiij LniLt mrtif K V Sun -z hip that lie Ima a Inrijt unit well i lwteil with a lover which lie held down with a Cane Spring i t Saturdav Lcmv UaanfeMuias Etnployor to commercial travel- Â¬ and Sunday 1a-Calvimst Witiam Ru1 Ihiu of oontainlng oTer 25000 Titles with their pronunci Â¬ tiWm Kc C4 f Vnll Blar l j chain Didt havo no headlight nor tor Rev TaidM tmliirr Ml II i4 li i t ation ana a rast amount of other lnJbnnatkm Good morning Mr Smith homo pard r feart HaiilTycWriB whistle nullier an when we wauled er recently addedj and elsltfeKi afM tc - aul j Commercial Traveler again oh iwm r wuk Ik BttiB4 Cwr Ijmwniint Crk to scare caitle we hid to take tho nt Sfltudat ant LMfc Lad rrtaripai salTwl A Biographical Dictionary the Kn STlfcKkMO Coanc W B hverof the fafHy aivc and plff piff 7 Ye struck town last night onWhy miin Pisio R v T L iwson AriuYswwIt M F If vaea Ikk n a qlock run from Boston jilead 4th S t r Siring pronunciation of names and brief facts st- a i by rn sin US ihe anl Sun a Pat fillm fcjP Anmmmaam aa3ll- iia te v it up an down 1 concerning nearly 10000 Noted Persons also nM came over from B iston on that train to Rev L P loinon Oil wj didni hiv o such things as paleafcracaapdT BMfltoaKcvl tLi OTfrt TSiions tables giTingnlaablo information Gents Clan alr writ Did you lar nt tlavs Fork 3rd Sundav an preceding we have now wnv bnck in those Strange I didt so you Ncjrtainly Saturday Pastor Elu A J Tnbble All in One Book dec2S2ai times and the vem rible knight of take n pailor cir W ll thats tho r ason you ot Pilot Knob 2n I Saiunlnr awl Sun a tho thro t c gazdl oigiugly out of Websters Unabridged Dfctkaary is recommend Â¬ I awon och see me E Pastor T L didnt the windtin ed by the State Superintendents of Schools in 36 HERD Slates and by leading College Presidents of the Kirtville ilrick Cliurchih n tarda It is said Mr M bl y you aro tho iieccnt United States and Canada It is Standard Au Â¬ atj SmidT ev i5t kc extensions have developed eci MARVELOUS MEMORY thority with the United Stales Supreme Coort oldest ongiieer in ill j United Slates fine mineral lock and firming and in tho Government Printing Office It has Reunite it - tu 1 tint uri ai if not in the uorM been selected in erery ease where State Purchases A Nen York Itiportef i Ueail Which Is aiii Mini Maps anj full particulars free Pa tor tnnluv ntfi 4O1 haTe been made for Sehoofe and is the Diction Â¬ Well then- - wa Bill Gallagher ISettcr Than a Xoto Ilook plication to C II Warren G Kev lrelon KUkt- ary upon which nearly all tha school books are Ho said G llouav B i Woolley and based Agt St Paul Minn oldBl Rx anl 3rd It is wnrth whilo to panso a mo- Â¬ -- un t hmonJ- i t uvl ho SinrUs well Reub Z ph hat ws on the road when I q Get the Latest and Best MINNESOT I was Mtt tip hcvrc all ilcad now IJ ment to consider lho principle in Â¬ ha h n t r oteet inj rhurhday nkht exclusie crai l It is an lnTaloabJe companion in erery School It is as much th s duty as it is 5a r Rev Dr Sw r upplv G lo any he was volved guess oipt old Bd Km iii lucli Minnesota is befn rapidlv tr 111 cim tint and at erery Fireside Specimen pages and the ovor to sei- - me two or three jears ago the right of Oiigrass to miko provis- Â¬ Rr testimonials sent prepaid on sppneatlen into the finest stock and dairi s it t lrretina rail Service- - nd C HEBRIAH Published by C CO but Ive been riinuing more years ion for the comii crce of tho country Sdlu uv mJ SunJa an 4th aundav Unon Cheap lands still obran Springfield Mass 0 S A venient to railroad Particular than any nlu r livin nan I know of in navigable waters to construct Pastor Rev E II Burnam application to C H War en Oc Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday in tho United SjUos Ive worked lighthouses to dredg riv rs and do Agt St Paul Minn steady ceptin about three months that which is duo for tho promotion of Pastor Rev L PJohnson 7 ha revel hi imilzetl ih tho general welfare MV Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ 1839 since Chicago Jlerald Umon3rd workl ilnrlnr fliA lu i Business Centers Tie LATEST STYLES 1 imlf century Not lee I bog yonf pardon was tho reply day Pastor Rev J I Wills me of railroads in a r HIHAHL tlli WniMlM t9 fertile countrv creates Viney Fork ind Saturday and Sundav and I think I ought to know SAD TIMES AHEAD maty new inventive procres t a metlMMl an syMem of work nil Why should you know any bettor Pastor Rev J I Wills and tub LOWEST PRICES countrythat en be performed tins over the affording excellent business opprr without wnHmtlnx worfcen Waco United nd Saturday and Sun How a SIIclil an Farmer Happened to than I do returned lho first speaker frointhlr homes Pay liberal Mry ono ean Particulars regarding such oppor a day Pastor Rev Preton Make do the work rillier sex yotins or oM 110 in Montana Minnesota and Sport a IJIack Eye hotly speela ablHly required t nptlal BAtneetlwl be ent upon application t3 C 11 A farmer with a blnck eye skinned Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ yim are started five rut Ihmmttanu return ren Gen Pass Agt St Paul I hnvo my stenographic notes of vices 3rd Saturday and tollouing t unday Hedoes net in lend to be undersold lousanU wewlli semi yon free mh e Iiibk nose and two or thrtso loose loth was tho lecture in my hauls You didnt and Importune 10 tlmt telling a policeman at the market yes- Â¬ touch pencil to paper during tho en- Â¬ in each month at 1 1 oclock A M an and to bis customers lie mm 8 lie will of great vatae ia busiue s tvhlcli will bring 1 North Dai la e will Ktrt you also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Kiveynii lull value lor every dollar in Â¬ yim in more money right swuy than mry terday how it all lrnppeitod had txtvi- - tire evening Elder M Campbell vested wilh him mid he urge you to II11111 else in the world Uraml oniflt free than those It was ye terday ho said and Add e True to AuboM1 Maine Two reporters employed on rival give him an early call vested Manjr opportunities ti s nov W Ir I wanted to got some potatoes ready morning pipors wore returning to CATHOLIC fine Government lands recently for market Along came two tramps their offices from a lecture in an up B Richmond Services 1st ami 3rd Sun near excellent coal fields and adia and asked for a bite to cat town hall Paxtor Rev Father During their journey on days 10 A M railroad Maps and full particuij r At McKbrs Old Stand Gents says L how would you tho elevated train a dispute arose con- Â¬ tiaiey upon anplication to C II Warrc G June 22 9m like to turn lo and dig potatoes for a cerning a certain passago which tho Pass Agt bt Paul Minn DISCIPLES OF CHRIST dollar a day and found speaker had used Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding OH 00 Areyou mortgage J I am on ono way to mo mothers That may all bs true answered Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden Steinway Sons funeral and cant stop says one the first disputant butl would rather 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding And I have got to be in lownby trustmy memory Hazleton Bros move to a new location Ex cell t r t w J than your notes You Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ noon to see about the Bollo Islo cheap which will increase in value sct dont know what was said without rc day Pastor Elder Colier Christie bridge says lho other fold m five years No other such c c ferriuir to them You dont koop any Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding ECONOMY IS AVEAITH With lhat I I old em to bo off orTd track of tho subject in your unities extsttne tit New England upon appNoatien toPull IIosrticuIars Or All the PATTERNS yoanish to n dnringthe mind You Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew C Warren a help cm to go and what dyo s pose worked mechanically Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and year for nothingfor saving of from S300 to UMi ovor your note- Â¬ and other Pianos Pass Agt tat Paul Minn ir subscribing thoy did book whilo I recollect every word he preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 Laughed at yon A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman spoke 9LIMAX Ohicago Cottage Organs Aye sir and reflactod on the build Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundavs and Provo it of my legs and the baldness of my Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor AMO in Central and Norlfeena Dakl fr I will Open your noto book Elder L H Reynolds head Insulted me sir L an Ameri- Â¬ Minnetota Jilaps and fuL partic Tho skeptical reporter did so LlAXOS AND OKGANS POU ItEXT gardirve lands prices etc ent re can citizen on my own land Richmond Services everv Sunday Now follow mo closely dress C H Warren Gen Pass A Sunday school at A Ilf Rent appKed as part payment Then what Prayer To the amazement of the former the meeting Wednesday930 evenings Tvwbi r Then I foil upon cm Write For Pricks akd Terms man with a memory rcpeatod page Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ And they foil b ck Wilh Twelve Order for Cut Piper Patterns wORK FQR ANOX after page verbatim not only the lan- Â¬ day Pastor LUKE U MILWARD of your own selection ond of any size 1 XI They did tin and in two minutes guage or on a sstall saliry V but with tho proper eiuphasb of S aiRl io W Mam St Lexington Ky White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor V tinue working or a worn out fan I was a licked man Think of it sir the lecturer Both publications One Year Elder L II Reynolds try to secure a Mvinr from such i juue 22 If What can this country bo coming to Oh I know how you did it ex-Â¬ priced or heavily tortgajreil farro Who is safe on his own hearthstone EPISCOPAL You havo hoi Icon rented land Whj not Why sir whon a Irani begins to fight claimed tho noto takor yourself Why not secure it one Richmond Protestant Services every heard the speech beforo and committed Rewnnletl are tbnsa vim mi back who of our wi st statesmen can I his ami then art Sunday morning and evening and on YJT they wtu of the low priced but very ertile a- v tell when it will ond I predict sir I it to memory find lioiiorablr employment located lands adjacent lorailroaJi r I never saw him before to night Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y tlmt wilt uitilf ta An An predict roro Excuse mo madam Sheppard men iiuiiw nou ianmies rue Broils are be obtained by those going t nil tho Magazines but thoe potatoes in thnt bng aro tho and I never hoard him read a word of niaileand are now mkinp seven I h undent Dakota and Minneawts where Coxtaikino Stories Porar aim o rnzn Lmnv METHODIST moniii 11 ih tor any one l make a larger net profit per acre z Early Rose and wnli a dollar a tho lecture beforo I went to tho IialL ABT ATTBACHOS3 COXEKCISO AUTISTIC make f5 ami onwards per dHy who m wlll Then how did yon do it Scicmric asd Hodsiuolo Matties bushel Yos maa iiiSlowork EUherseryofigor M epl the hgh pnced or worn out lani -same bri d all College Hill Centenary M El 1st 1 simply rcracmbarod it Xllmtrateil Hth Original Sterl En-Â¬ Inl not needed we start yim Kvcrjtling occupy Wiry not go and kok th- - J the way down to tho bottom new No specrnl uhltttj-- milred yo Deroit Photogravure graving OH Picture tkn over ami see for your it oj s -Oil Youve been taking a courso Sunday morning and 4th Sunday mornFree Prets and fine Woodcut nialilug it the Model render can dn It ns welt s any otte Write obtain further information wIik ing and night Prayer meeting every alat ono of tho memory schools Magazine of JLmerica lo us at onee for full imnleulars whiK ternate Wednesday night Sunday school if Each order enti Yes it was a momory school but every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F tling theMagazine tocontains a coupon any patternÂ¬ mail free Address StHHon Ai Co Porttawd rent freeGen you will address C Plantation Philosophy Warren holder the rejection of Pasa Agt Hi Pu novaviy not ono of tho kind you rofor to and G rider illustrated In the farhion department in that iSdeciy any of the sizes manufactured and Its nnchul dat do higuer we gits in tho course of study was tho most pain- Â¬ College Hill M E South 2nd Sun- number patternin during tho year of the value of making dls life de mo iroiiblo wo has Do ful yoii can possibly imagine Sm Wonders exist in theivsands of day morning and night Praj er meeting over three dollars forms but are urpakcd by the tailor do tree grows de mo its shuck DEMOUNTS SIONTOLYUjuMlycn titled tho every alternate Wednesday night SunWhat was tho school roorveM of invemhiii Worlds Model Magazine The Lamest In Form Ttmse who by de win The school of bitter experience I day school every Sunday morning Pasun iu netmnx nrnnntAm imtfr that the Lareu in Circulation and the best TWO can be done while living nt home afcotild at De biggesan healUiies chile mighty Dollar Family Magazine ismed 16B8 trill be the was blind tho first twenty two years tor Rev D P Ware end their add ret IlHlleit A C Pan Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples TwentyfourthTearof Its publication anditetands once Maine and receiveut free often doan grow up ter i imuint ter of my life stono blind land full infirma st the head of Family Periodical 73 During that It tti n Iow either sex of all nge can earn nothin Do blgyes an mos proni Irovulence 1st and 3d Sunday morn- Â¬ pages laijo quarto 8xllf inches contains elegantly time I had to mako my momory do from 6 to 35 per day and upanl wherever printed and fully illustrated ings Pastor Rey J A Henderson Published by W isin wheat sometimes runs ter straw they live You are started free Uiplui not service not only for Jennings Demorest New York required Nune Imve nmle over Richmond I has kuowed many er thlof dat pad but for my toxt my momorandum Southi a Sunday school books as well I And by Special Agreement Com-Â¬ single day at this work AU succeed fill in could discount er hones man in put 9to 2nd Scott uov had a naturally quick memory and ever T J and Superintendent Services ly bined with tho 4th hunoay mornings at tin up or straight lale I aint neber this constant slriining so developed CLIMAX AT 300 PER YEAR 11 M and every Sundav night at 7 P yet seed er baby dat could cry auy that I can easily recollect a whole itÂ¬ M A Pastor Rev T A conHenderson mo pilyful don or painter ken versation verbatim without a Ef I wuz axod tcr put or rstormato note I cant recollect what I single PRESBYTERIAN on how much er man Is unth tcr dls well unless I road it out loud read so Bethel Meeting House 2nd and as I was th yore wort I w onl fist try ter find out taught to remember through my Sundays -ears FormanV Chapel 4th Sunday how much ho thi ks o his mother Do all blind men romomber so I wbli lo sell privately my home Kirksville ut and 3rd Sundays Pastor Er man may bo good ter his wife an well place of 50 ACRES OF LAND one RevWm Crow kino tor his chillnn bit ef ho aint hnlfnillefrom KlnKstoii iir Matfteon No not all B it memory is ono of Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ KY good to de ole man dat give him part tho faculties emmty Kv which nature gives to day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights o hor Hfo an fnst lamed him tar walk supply the sense of seeing and blind RichmondSecond Services 11 A M Walclimaker toward do success what ho hab rcaoh- - men as a rule remember far moro and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton The Largest and Finest Hotel r d ho aint de right sorter pussou easily than those who nre gifted with Sliver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ DKALSR IN Arkansaw T aveUr in the city all thiiir faojllioj Well here wo are days Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Walobes and next timo you may accept my rec- Â¬ Jewelry Silver- of four rooms and Imll Geod nialem A Neat Compliment M and Sunday school 3 P M Rates ollection without asking for proofs Day buguy house anil all jiutbnikllng and 250 to 4 Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D Flaied warp eta 8jecial Joseph Haydn went ono day t Sir N Y Mail and Express une uj uie UOBl fcUtJHes 111 1118 COtlllty atteiilhHi given O Good orchard CiiitVfnriint to scliools Joshua Reynolds studio Tho artist According to rooms churcliex rallb uliops stores mid lm hud just finished his purtrait or M s A Chicago Courtship v PING MADISON COUNTY DIHECTORY Bellington in the charaeer of St Turkish and Ilussian Batlw in or placen Good place for pliysloiau merchant Terms easy Sir said the younr man Cecelia listening to ihe celestial mnsle havo Uotel I AND OTHER PftECIOUJi sTOfj CIRCUIT COURT 23u4t W B STIVERS It is like h r said Papa Haydn come to demand your daughtor in Judge J R Morton oci26 ly marriage but there Is a strange mistake Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons Wtill returned tho old gentloman What is lhat asked Rjynolds in ton Premptly doqe ami la n W5rhmD Pvo only got two daughters and much perturbation Master Commiasioncr J R Burnam Do you wnnt pure drugs itml the tiest thoy aro both ongaged BBHHer Clerk W H Miller You hayo painted her llsloning to Im sorry brands of tobaooo ami oigaw You tho nilgais yon ought to huvo paintod but tho supply dont oqual tho dc TIMB OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT can rtnd them at J J Broofts Cash Paid ferOttl Sold JiiSilrSj the angel Itste dng lo hor Detroit manV Hercitant Traveler June22 tf Third Mondajr in March and Septem- Â¬ Free Prom 93 DBt Jnet the pJacenrtf ber 10 me rwsnunae itieboioiit a At tho BcnUtolent lie 10 itf Atlan- Â¬ COMMON PLEAS COURT At tho mint at Hamburg Geiv ta Ga a patient who bad a caneor in iHHeaaif many they are nt present coining his stomach was Judge T J Scot ma kept alive for weeks Largest and most cofnplele stock in Mrs Belle Brepk eotnredIs nrepared 250D0005 of picros of bronze coin Master Commissioner S E Statt by nlttti glycorine The oxplosivo was Clek V H Miller Jcntral Kentucliy Our raoltoi Best to do wasliini at rAuinVil mi for the kingdom of Slam Indo Chlna placed on his tongue and absorbed in- Â¬ Ooods andLoyest Consistent Prices JjiBrreaideuceoii First MreV oppite TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS C URT The broize plates aro supplied by to hit system without being swal Â¬ P CARROLL Rhonlsh factory Firt Monday in January 1st M nday waslisng and you wW seji that h lowed 77 and 79 W Mala St Front room over Whites t-- -3 y in June and 3rd Monday in October jan-i-iLejunotoj Ky wrk la well done for rent Apply to Jnl8 lm jn-ii-t- f W G riK lovo-stck-nc- ss A Maa TTlio Has Stood at the TbrotUa Slnco the Dy of 330 Tradein stock gonornliy uses up ones jrtook in trade Tid DUs A Hub Burlington loy gavCj as LOCAL DIRECTORY y THimi LODGE TIKE ir HOLDING COUNTY OJMRTERLY COURT AND D1RECT0RV January April July and the Quarterly Court fourth Monday in 2nd Monday TfOTTMTly i w - ib s row f chs a POWELL FT I GEO v FOR T w ol m wmnw DYKES f North Second Street GROCERIES E B Confectioneries BUILBEB Canned oods GOHTRACTOK Green and iDried ITruiij ill Eatd and plenty of every thing in my line This house is it Reasonable SHOT Business it Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash LJ I A Id isl UNABRIDGED 1 ST W B WHITE ti 1 -- -- CLOTHING -- FUilSllliWs n i - HATS M0NTA- - Pn-tt-- -- TaCJISLXS vA ZiXsxss ST0OK2 BEST GOODS Ll HEW v M W il WHITE ianosnd Organs WONDERFUL SUCCESS 9HE OUlbiiOOnLdCa FAILUBB2SrSn Dernorests nwt TVlagaine 300 WHY J cthrTsdoIlars DEMORESTS or I k ey - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ADRUFF Good GALT - HOUSE HomFor ale LOUISVILLE Dwelling House ai hwt Ih 4Pil Per Glts ilr SET mflWQNS REIPAIRTIffG S GBASS AND FIELD Office for Bent