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P ty i Print Shows tkvoujW M grfSrJa W aw U re Tn VKaS I THE OLIMAX TOLTTME ptBUSHEB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE I DANGEROUS s tH M RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY MR P 1 1888 NUMBER 33 Cliuax Pbintikg Co PRICE TER YEAR 150 Editors FRENCH TIFTON1 f Vm G WHITE professional Oaircls- A Wilkes Smith D D S H2T0FFICE Main street two Uoore above Second june22tf j S C MORGAN OFFIfE n DD S june22tf Main street over Madi Kailoaal BaHk Ricbmoud Ky drT j m poyntz AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN Â¬ OFFICE Second street over Madi juue22f son County IrHg Store G W EVANS M D Hceond street over D P june22tr dry More PHYSICIAN Armere j AND BURGEON OtKIlE DR7t J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery - IUCHMONDKY OFFICE- Second treetover Dykes juuelgt tiroceo Stre DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Door to Luxnnfe Up Stairs Next Residence at WHIfe House iuue22tf DR ruW c PHIL ROBERTS RicIiibimhI Ky OnVrn his Office in irofcsHual services to the drop 4re of Srert lner Main jiily27 ly DR U C AMBROSE PjZYSICIAJ FORD Biwnl Hat OtiCf h Kirn 2 IB 4 enixin W jjeJ2tf KY selock in the af Mr J O LickeyV PHYSICIAN o r T SEXSMITU M D AXD SURGEON WHITE HALL KYt services hit professional to the aug17 ijr DR T J FAIN Oder iLe I llie Oftice MC UNION CITY KY liw professional services to at J GeBtrye Aug 17 tf Hum J F Cornhuson - HEATH CORNELISON Practicing Pkyaoisns RK HMOND nticr their nritfeuitHtttl public KENTUCKYservices lo tile 4jmily DR Ofleslns puilie GILES HARRIS WACO KY the JHu4tr proTes oltHial nervices to 1MAHHIAGE PROPOSALS ami Owtiuaiilal O sarred In Dir feront arU or tlis Globe In one tribo of Extern Africa it Is regarded as the no plu ultra of gallant Â¬ ry for the lover to parade boforo the hut of his inamorata astride of a hue boar The Tunisian marriagos arc arÂ¬ ranged when the children arc yonng bnt the principal jiirties concerned have the privilejro of refusal when they become of ago if disappointed In Thibet the young man sets his mind on his sweetheart and informs her parents of lfls Inclination who if they approve of tlio match go and have a three days caronsal at his honse and the marriage is completed With the inhabitants of the Fji Islands polygamy is the order of tho day A wifo U procured by giving presents to her parents who hare the right of di pisal 1 1 some places chil- Â¬ dren are lfspoedTif when quitaj onng The conrtingof tho al originalof Aus Â¬ tralia consisted sinpyin knocking the woman of his prefrrvneo down with a club and carrying her oft This form of wooing was as efficacious as briof and was certainly coinmondablo on the score of economy In India quite yonng children nro married gorgeonrproccssions parade the streets and then repair tq a large room Hito the poor little things aro seated opposite each other the mar- Â¬ riage ceremony is oliserved and they are drcnred husband and wife The lover among the ancient Persians bnrncd his hand or cheek to proxo his devotion and then showed it to his ladr lorc If sho was willin she bound tho injured part with a silk en scarf but if ohlnrato riie sent th6 man to a physican for healing slre The Brahmins betroth their children at the ago of eight years and sonio even at five Thoy nro extremely sapors itions and if a llrahniinwhen going in search of a wifo for his son should meet with any thing considered nnluoky he gives up the search for tho nonce Among the Moravians it was the system for tho minister to select wives for tlio molt of his congregation If a sister had any objection to the brothor selected for her life partner she was permitted lo state it but it was goncrally overruled by the priests elequencc Srango to say these marriages were generally happy Courtship is a very simple matter with the Singalese The young man having made his choice sends to in- Â¬ quire how much she will take for her olotbc If the match is agreeable she sells He takes them back to her and they appoint a day of marriage Tho custom of soiling the clothes is made a tost of the mulls abiiily to provide for his wife it being usual to ask the amount which will be required to bo gin the world witlu The way tho Vizres a powerful tribe in Afghanistan manage snch affairs is quite exceptional The lady there doe the selecting and when she has made hor choioe she informs the il rammer of tho camp whose duty it is at the first opportunity lo pin a handkerchief to tho fortunate ones capinpullc and at the Fame time to month n the namo of th adoring Ti is being done tho man is one bound to accept if he can pay tho price his woHld be wifes father rsks Chicago Xews for his daughter forms oREATURES FINE BURGLARS TOOLS Tb Man irlth th Xantrn nd th Glxl rha Notorious Pdly Oodya Calebrated with tb OH Can Vt rocket Edition One of the greatest terrors of the Erciy one of your readers mnste oil regions said JohnMorganthalor member that six or Reran years ago of TitusvilK b the Man with the there was regular deluge of robbsr-a Lantern He has been the cause of ies perpetrated throughout the coun more needless conflagrations among try in the safe line A set ol sals oil wells than any thing else and has tools had been invented by two no cost the regions millions of dollars torion burglars Paldy Cody and Ho is usually an employe about the Gib Yost who in from ten to fifteen wells and nine cases ont of ten a man minutes could opon most of tho burglar-of experience and intelligence but he proof Tho safes in the country will persist in taking the chances in police all over tho United States paying a visit now and then to some made strenuous efforts to unearth tho gas enveloped tank carrying bis light- Â¬ secret of these implements but for a ed lantern with him Tlio result isnt long time were kept In tho dark always disastrous but that is not the cvtag to bo cecretivcneis of tht in fsult of the Min with the Lantern vcrtors Usnally an oxplosion results If a de theso robberies tha In nearly structivs fire does not follow that tho Tictims were all retail jewelers located fact will bo without precedent tho country towns abd their Sometimes the canse of a firo of this ii heavy loss prompted tho wholesale kind will not be quite certain at first doalers for their own protection to but it only noeils a roll call of its em Â¬ form what has since been known as ployes of that particular property and The Jewelers Security Alliance the taking of an account of tho tool The detective work of this powerfnl to ascertain the cause houe stock organization was givon entirely into There will bo one omployo short and tho hands of one agency tho number f lanterns will be less by About this time the jewelry store of one Thon it is knonn that the Man Cx at Li Porte Ind was E Vail with tho Lantern has been walking amount of diamonds Oli yes The Man with tho Lantern robbed of a large from the manner and in always disappears on occasions of this and jewelry which the safe had been opened I surÂ¬ kind and instances aro rare where tho work of even as much as a piece of his ear is mised at once that it Kas Snowing full ever found But ho is not dead The Gib Yost and his gangwould come to Gib Yost Man with tho Lantern nover dies in well that Chicago lo dispose of tho stolen stuff Ho will bo suro to tho oil regions had a sharp lookout kept for him walk again a short time after he has I and not long af erward succeeded in disappeared once him together with Billy The Man with a Lintern first ap- Â¬ arresting Bid Hollllian Johnny Meany peared in history in 1814 It was at alias Eddie Q dun All except Meany Marietta Ohio Nobody knew what and convicted for this robbry and were petroleum was in thoso days bnt in sentenced to various terms in tho digging a well out there once oil was Michigan City Penitentiary in Indiana discovered It was called fosil oil After this tho tools became woll by tho local savants Thero was much and gas vith it A lot of the oil was col- Â¬ known among expert burglars tho secret of their construction leaked lected in a cistern One night the They consist of a drill which Man with tho Lantern camo stalking out Tlie spindlo fits fits into a spindle on tho fcene but the pyrotcchnical into a riccve which is placed into a itondnrs and splendors that wcro dis Â¬ the sleeve is played ill that vicinity for days and prcsurc bir Ot top of into the drill as a result of his visit failed to a wrench which feeds nights is also made to hold compensate his widow and six small and the ypimllo taps When a five eighth inch hole is childron for his sudden transfiguracombination and tion He materialized with tho begin- Â¬ bored between tho the handle of the safe and the threads ning of operations in oil twenty live to tho years ago and his dread apparition cut into it about twelvo threads known as tho will doubtless continue to walk abroad inch then what ara prcsurc bar and screw are used as long as oil wells last which fit tho threads and break the Tho Girl with the Oil Can whom between the handlo of course yon have hoard of seems to dog connection The handle is used and roinblnation have a mission on eirth similar to that to fit on the top of tho spindle and tho of the Man with the Lantern but hor is attached to tho being confined to tho domestic hearth entiro mechanism safe by a link which adjusts itself of course does not concern tho oil over the pressure bar over the handlo trade in a business way But speak tho safe Tlie link was generally of tlie Girl with tho Ol Can do of ing used in case of a T handled safe Tho yon know whero she is first mentioned which en Â¬ Way back in the early wholo power or pressure work is ob-Â¬ in history the tools to do their days of Ol Creole The Widow Mc ables tained through tho agoncy of the Clintock owner of tho great McClin handle on the safe tock Farm was tho first ono of whom In this way an ordinary fire proof there is any record of having hastened or burglar proof safe can bo opened in her fire with coal oil with tho result that has since becomo painfully famil- from ten to fifteen minutes Theso iar It was through that careless act tools are vory advantageous from tho of hers that her adopted son John fact that the whole kit does not weigh Steele was left fatherless and mother over five pounds and can bo carried handily in tho inside cost pockot For less on a cold and cheerless world with only 2700 a day coming in from their lightness In weight nnd facilityÂ¬ unthe MiCIintock wells for him to keep for cng carried about tho person tho wolf from tho door with Every noticed they wero termed among the body knows how Johnny Steele got crooked fraternity tho vest pocket along His fortune disappeared as edition The Paddy Cody tools aro still nsed quickly as the oil can which garo it to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STEDBINS TRIALS F ULL OP rUN Why He Will Never A rala Co Traveling With Oli Wire hira W i Sun ADVICE rrom MRS CLEVELANDS NOTES - Iloir tho PrcsMr nlii Wife Attend to Her Ilrarj- Corresponilfinco It is a rule rarely if ever broken in DR S M any of the departments and bureaus of the G voruvent at Washington as well AKD SURGEON lHYMCIAN as in the Evccutivi Mansion that all letters r cived which do not in them Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY selves violate the rnlo of courtesy janly Ofte on First Street shall lie aiisncrcd in some manner if Hardin W Bright A H H D even theyonly to acknowledge the fact wpre recoivod that Mrs Cloveland on whom no official PHYSICIAN and SURGEON obligations rest voluntarily follows RICHMOND KY this rule of replying to all the lotters street over Madi OFOCE SecBd she reeoivos so f r as is possible She ou i ounty Drug Store is very prompt too in writing her an- Â¬ I uant it distinctly iimlerstood that I swers lo It Iters whenever practicable am the only wie Ih Richmond tlit un Â¬ remarkable facility in express derstands tlie thorough use if the and has applied ing herself in a few words while Microscope and Chemistry as to examinations of tissues and fluids seeming to say all that is necessary cfthejiumau body I only mention Her hand writing whilo as stylish in My signa Â¬ appearjiiro as that of tho ultra thN Tor honest protection ture will be attached to each examinat- Â¬ fashionable sorawl 28mchly ion unliko lhat of the is still er porfectly of that class ladies She does notlay herself open legible PARRISH to tlie charge a bright man recently preferred against the fashionable Attorneys At Law women whoso writing no ono can RICHMOND KY easily road if at all to wit that not Hpecjal attention civeti to abstracting knowing how to spell they purposely title to IhimIi in Eastern Kentucky writo so that their failures in orthogra Â¬ Office in CilMAX building 8 E phy can not be readily delected CirnerMalu ami oeontid Streets up A gcHtloman who was taken through stairs June 22 tf the White House by Mrs Cleveland last winter saw hor private desk piled BURNAM E higli with lettors sho had received and said to her Surely vou dont expect to answor all of those RICHMOND KENTUCKY AH Indeed I do she responded OFFICE with V F A R Bur these persons have written to mo in tiam on First Street June 22 t good faith and are doubtless excellent people who will appreciato a reply A SULLIVAN J directly from me I wouldnt hurt their feelings or disappoint them for the world RICHMOND KENTUCKY Tho official note paper used in tho OFFICE n FiM street same as Presidents offices has Executive Man Â¬ formerly occupied by County Judge sion Washington printed in small Mill oct6 ly blue letters at tho head of tho paper and on tho upper left hand corner of the envelope beneath Executive SCOTT in the same characters as Mansion on tho note paper is the word The paper used is smooth OffioiaL RICHMOND KY some thick some thin but all tough Office on Second Street June 22 tf Harpers Bazar PATERNAL It Calls Dome a Story Now LETCHER Vflckod and Umympathitle Son be keerful o losin yonr money an git back fore dark said a farmer who lived some ten miles from Djnver to his sou a boy about sixtoon years old who bad got in to rido to town with us Shall I be as keerful as you was Mr Sebbins has been an admirable husband for ten years and you will see after reading what ho suffered that lie is not cruel in vowing that ho will never again g i traveling with his wife She la exceedingly domcJtie and his trip a fow days ago kopt hor away from her homo bed over night for the first time in years Stebbins was already tired when they took the six ioniethlng train for Philadelphia A friend met him in the office of a hotel next day and says ho nover saw n man so disooiiniiL Stebblus con- Â¬ fided his troubles to the friend and though the ense- is not without parallel it is of sufficient in- Â¬ terest to the general public to let It go Stabbins says that tho journey to Pnlladclphta completed his ex- Â¬ haustion an i ho was truly dellghtod to bo unheiol about eleven oclock Into elegant lintel tapartments Steb-Â¬ bins remained in the drawing room to look at somo evening papers and smoko a restful cigar while Pamclia unmade hor tilet Ho spoke to hor at 1115 at 1215 and a 1255 O i all theso oc-Â¬ casions the lady was ell her brushing her hnlr or folding some things or searching in a toilet bag and she would not lot him go to bed before her for fear he would fall instantly asleep leaving her lonesome and nervous in tlio strange place At all events tho poor man was taking his first nap when PAmelia said Oidear I havo forgotton to wind my watch and out of bed sho piled coming back she asked him If he had put his cough medicine in his satcholorhLs overcoat Trying to think of tho locality of that bottle waked him completely and the clock was striking three when he went to sleep again At 315 Pamoia said that sho must have a glass of waer an ho fntchid it At 380 xho heard something picking at tho lock and asked him about burglare nippers nnd howthey used jimmies That got him into a cold perspiration with disquiet- Â¬ ing conversation At four she knew gas was escaping and wont around to examino all tho burners She camo back to bed with hericct liki cakes of ice At 410 sho know sho had forgotten to bolt tho drawing room door and her sealskii sarqtie was on tho piano btebbins made that excursion At 415 alvi sat up in bed and whispered in a curdling voice that some one was concealed in the room sho had heard stranga sounds in tho coram Stcb biiis listenod It was heat going off in tlio pipes and ha explained that to her At 43 she knew a spider had bitton her hand sho must got some camphor and np sho got S obbins thinks that Pamolia uas out twice during a liitlo nap that ho had blt at 511 ho was brought up snnding b- - a hldeois scream There was a moiiio in tho room she had seen it run up tho laco curtain ho could sco it too if ho- - looked Itwasan untsually large and ferocious mouse that shook tho laco curtain in a threatening manner This discus- Â¬ sion and Its consequent excitement kept poor Stobbins awaku till six Tho 1 forty winks and mai was trying to prevent having a hoadacho next day when Pamolia slid out to pull down a blind taking the precaution to cry Shoo Shoo several times and rap cxtcnslvoly by cracksmen I antici on the floor with a slipper before she pate numerous safo burglaries with put her foot down At 730 Pamelia them throughout the country although got up and began her toilet About I must add that In general the mem- Â¬ noon a friend found him asloop in a bers of tho Jewolers Security Alll chair onrc aro given a wido berth by thosa What I want to know said Steb Â¬ who havu a wise regard for thoir bins is how Im going to livo if this Robert thing keeps on during the fix months health and peace of mind Pinlcrton in Jewelers Weekly of our proposed tour with Pamolia in a now room every night K Y Sun INFLUENCED THE CASE GOOD ENOUGH FOR HIM -1 Thero are two kinds of jokes One makes you ache with laughter and tho oher only makes you acho Tills one belongs to tho latter class Harpers A REGULAR HURRICANE Bazar Dont trouble yourself to stretch your mouth any wider said a dentist to his patient I intond to stand out- Â¬ Hearth and side to draw your tooth Home A United Turkey I can not oarre this fowl said Carr Who pried and pulled with efforts jerky VForaU the salghty Powers are Against dismemberment of TurVey Btisy Bee Cash Store In order to Mens Full Stock ueu-a HAS STRUCK PRICES AT THE close out the following lines of goods we quote prices as follows 150 former prlc 1 lid Bits A Crcston la lover who ad- Â¬ dressed a love scented letter to tho ob-Â¬ ject of his affections asking the yonng lady to bqcome his partner through life inscribed on ono corner of tho en Â¬ Ho was velope Sealed proposaL awarded the contract A Connecticut avenno brido is talking of getting a dirorce because her husband called in tho police tho other night to remove an of her own make which she had left in tho hall for his midnight lunch He thonght it was a dynamite bomb Washington Critic 49 My sister Clara said Bobby to young Mr Sissy Mvas talking to ma about yonr leaving so early last Dd she say she was sorry night Bobby whispered young Sissy No flio said sho sposed you went home so early becauso very likely your mamma 2T wont let you carry a night key T EpocK Yonr town seems to bo very re-Â¬ qnler said Ine traveler Yes plied the Dokotahan Shes lyin low for a rise Were all primed fora boom but wo cant agree whother to work it on natural gas a now wheat belt or platinum mines But when wove decided just how to cut tho fuse Burdelle shell go off liko a bomb Young Husband who thinks of Jennie my dear Iknow reforming you havo been silently grieved and pained for a long time on account of my absence from home every evening I am going to turn over a new lea nnd Fm poinsr to hein to nipht Oli Edwin you dont Young Wife know how happy you vo made me Cousin Jack wants mo to go to the theater with him to night and yon can Aeif Haven take care of the baby apple-dumpli- MenJn Full Stock ivip Mens Box Toe Side Lined Kip Boys Full Slock Boots all sizes Boys Best Full 8tock Boot YoutbV Full Stock Bootx run chock Heavy Roots Heavy Boot 75 Ol 220 3 100 150 75 S22o Lgdiea Newmarket Cloaks 275 L ulieaNewniHrkel Clonks Ladies Fine Newmarket Clnnk Ladies Short Wraps trim Â¬ ming very flue Good Overcoats for Men Better Overcoats for Men 125 All wool Overcoats for Meii - 3N 4 5JW 83 fttrmer prfce AM lll ftste I 2t 360 5 80 p Overshoes for Men Women ML sec Boys and Children at Cost also Meuu and Boys Gum Beets- AwIinter Moods Fiich as FlatineK Canton rlunnN Jean Heavy Cawimerex Blankets Shawle UmsVrear Wollen HoMery Yarns Glove etc will be i acriflce1 t les than cot to manufacture th to tkem mk at once Dont nil lo attend this ale as evrrj thing In tli hou e has been made A RED HOT BARGAIN fbis ssle ill continue day after day until all the above Hues are chwed out So oome at oaee ami get ftwt choice rtinuking you for your very liberal pntroiuige we are reopectfully ie Jun22tf RAMSEY OLDHAM ij Proprietors 4Bnsy Bee Cash St HEW STOCK OP HARDWARE HEW PRICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A HEW YEAR NEW HOU iS Gentry THEY HAYE THE JfcfLs n H Shackelford j Oo f3 tisM ask you to call and see them in their elegant new house on upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last August 1 News gt Â¬ Mr Da Society Why are you not going to tho pirty to night I havo nothing to Mrs De Society Nothing to wear It isnt a wear week since yon recoivod threo new dresses from Worth 0 I cant wear You had thorn It will never da Yes I wear ono on this afternoon them all but only in my own room I wouldnt havo any ono see mo in Why not them for tho world Thoy are too exquisitely beautiful Every woman in town would be copying them Hunger has no pride A ragged and unkempt specimen of humanity mado the customary appeal at tho back door Not rcreiving Instant re- Â¬ B it marm mine lief ho moaned is a sad case Pvo been burned out o house and home and I havo nt ate Been a thing for three days burned out of housi and home Yes marm you may havo seen about it in the ncwspapT down to BridgeÂ¬ port you know I am ono of tho baboons nnd 1 lost every tiling but Boiton Transcript what I stood iu 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 22tf AETTEK CHICKEN Cholera Cure ikjiiill Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positictly cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced 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 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ POPE WEBST E R FARM WAGONS IS TUE AGENT AT KICHM0ND KY SS FOR TEE CELEBRATED They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them REPTIlFaN An PETS TeUs Entlinlmtle Admirer ol Snakes a Few Stories About Them MOT A Colored Solomon Completely TURNER Attorney T at Iaw Xxaw Attorney at TJ Attorney at Law CS m Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY PTTT Did you make any notice of Mr asked s marriage the other day a licensed minister of a reporter On Office on Second Street June 22 tf f being Informed that the customary newspaper wrue up naa ncen provia Thats twice this year d ho said AT that the groom ha3 led a blushing bride to tlie hymeneal altar and been joined for good or bad I performed Will practice in Madlnrn and adjoining the ceremony myself loss than a yoar counties ana In the Court or ApenK ago He is a poor man in overy thing Office in Master Commissioners except wives for when he camo to mo office over Circuit Clerks office to be married he did not have a coat June 22 tf and its place was supplied with a sort of worklngmaas blouse His father-in-la-w at that time paid for tho mar Â¬ riage license and he has failed yet to AND pay me for performing the ceremony so yon see it was mighty cheap getting married for blm I d mt know how much it cost hm this time but he has probably sponged his wedding 08 elseIll venture lo say he SPEED SMITH Agent somebody hu- dirorco quite o cheap Â¬ did not got The county clerks office also ly RICHMOND KY shows that tho same man got a third rents or exchanges all 4cinds of license Just a short timo ago but for ileal Etttate on reasonable terms and some reason dfd not xsonsnnimaie Iba represents fiirjt claas Fire and Idfe In 1 Mtines Bthtsr ffl8xriagc--2- w wrtaca Companies Office In J O Lyter1 Clothing Store Jonett tf POWELL Twice Married in One Year i Attorney at Xsaw BjELZi estate INSURANCE J rll asked the boy You jes be as keerful as you know how and dont try to git too smart returned his father with about it some warmth Did ho loso somo money some one of us asked tho boy after time wo drove on I should remark promptly reYou sco it was this plied the boy way Me n him was down there circus-day an I had twenty five or thirty cents in my pocket anho had bout two dollars n a half in hlsn all quarters n nickels an short bits n one stuff an nolher Whilo wo was guM ont to the circus grounds he kep savin to me Ike don t loso your monoy or Looc out a pickpocket dont crab yon or When I was a boy I didnt take no chances gawkin long that way bnt kep my hand right in my He said 1 pocket on my money acted like a tarnal fool with that money an hed jes liko to bet a busholo cats that Id loo evry cent of Itforo we got through with the circus Hj showed mo how he kep his money right in his hand an his hand in his ants pockot an told me to do tho samo way We was walkiu long lookin at the big pictnrs outside the sideshow an raw asted mo if I was sure I hadnt lost none o my money when ho stepptdon a bnaner pectin on a piece o brond an down he wont an jerkod his hand out o his pocket to try and save hissclf ihout lettn go of the monoy till aficr his hand was thon he sowed out an it over circus ground that all Most of it went straight up an thon it began to rain small silver pieces all paws money The whole neigh Â¬ borhood was planted to silver It looked somo like- - hall storm forbout a minute an tnen the crowd went for it I jumped in nlxlla paw was lay in thero on his stomich yellin bloody murder an I kicked a Chinaman on the shins an welted arother boy on the ear an let a man that w as sellin red hmonado bloody my nose an managed to git bout six bits of the money an that with what I had took us into the circus though we missed the llvin half lady and the joggerwock snako in tho sideshow I tell yon paw looked as sneakin as a little dog when he got up an asked me how much I got of it an he aint said much to ma bout beiu keerful with my money He carries his money in hs since boot now with a siring tied round the jP 1L Carruth- - in top o the log Chicago Tribune that time js dftrtixl that a stockman occupying the publicdomaln s a cattle rango acquires no right to the fame that will enable him to preÂ¬ vent other stockmen from turning loose cattle on the range even though Tnilfrn PnrtfT lifts the water on the range aud haa it fully erst occupant has developed the stocked An Old Farmer TeU Why He Itas Kb a Reckleti Udltor ITalth In lllffher Edneatlon The editor of a weekly paper pub Ono evoning when In tho neighbor Â¬ lished at Bluo Knob nas sent for by a When tha hood of Sidney Neb we went over to negro justice of tho peace make a friendly call oa a farmer near editor appeared the justice said Some- Â¬ Mr Siwyer didnyerknowdatdar whose house wo wcro canipcd thing was said about a now school uz cr mighty straung law crgin e man publishin facks erbout er case housa which was being built a half- mile away and the agriculturist saidt wile it is on trial Yes tho old ono got kinder shack I didnt know that there is alaw in regard to it hut I knew that judges do elly an we sold it to old man Whito not desiro any thing published while for a calf barn an aro puttin up a private opinion that there is a likelihood of prejudicing the new one itll furnish sebnolin jes bout good jurr Ah hah bnt Mr Sawyer dar is er enough for tho rest o myyounguns Diint vou believe In higher educa- Â¬ law ergin dat fack an lso had yer tion rstcd In do cordanco wid it sah Naw ben fillod up on higher I dont understand you Wall fur do las fow days I haa clueition once and I know when I been try in er case an I notices dat got enough II iw did It happen yo paper published de facks You see I sent my oldest boy Yes Wall dat titles yer ter bo rosted Mifil n namcl after tho comity wo to lireil in back in Pennsylvania fur tempto court Judge you dont understand tho school down at Sidney He hadnt reason why newspaper publications been thero moren a month when he It is feared that thoy come homo ono Friday evening an are doprecatcd M ff woll butcher may influence a decision contrary to says I to him them twoshotes to m rrow tho end contemplated by justice Pip says he better let it go till Dais whut I knows an dat a do reason Ise sont fur yor Befo readin to morrow a week mebby bo cooler dat piece in yrr paper I had eluded weather then It wont do says L Jhe moon is ler cido dis case in fa hor o Mr John- Â¬ son but arter readin it I changed off full next Wednesday an we want o butcher them shotcs when tho moon is in fabor o Mr Jones so Mr Sawyor as yor hab publishe L suthin ter flu growln so the pork will swell when nncedis yere case Ill hatter hold yer we fry it got an idee wo wanto wait fir lompt o cout Mr Constable till after the moon changes an havo take dis yens reckloss generman ter that pork all shrink up when its fried Arlansaw Traveler Jail Hah pap says Miff you mean all right butyoura way off its been ORIGIN OF PETROLEUM provon tho moon dont havo no influ- Â¬ The Sdllant Point or tTuuni Helen tUta ence on terrorrestriaj things Youro Interesting Hypothesis anlequakcd pap this Ii fluenco of tho tho moon is a miff the Idee is exploded Prof Modleef has advanced theory that petroleum is of mineral long age origin and that its production is go-Â¬ Young man says I mebbe it is ing on and mxy cominuQ almost in- Â¬ but your old pap didnt hear tho He has succeeded in mik Â¬ plosion Mebby Pm some ante quaked definitely ing it artificially by a similar process on tho moon bnt Im right up to the Short and Long Railroads to that which be believes is going on times on swlngin a The longest railroad including all in the earth and experts find it almost stave an if youll just foller me ontn impossible to distinguish between tho the woodshed Pll finish up tho other dtvisioDS and branches Is the Chicago natural and the manufactured article three years an six months o your edu Â¬ Milwaukee St Paul railway whoso His hypothesis is thti water finds its cation in bout three ralnutw totallsngih if lines operate 1 Decem Â¬ way below the crust of the earth and Tli at settled it for him and tho ber 31 1886 was 529774 miles then meets with carbides of molals next day we hung them six shotcs by though Its main line is only 430 miles particularly of iron in a glowing state tho hind logs an when tho old lady in length But tho longest singlo line Tho water is decomposed into its con- Â¬ put a piece of the pork into the fry in -- of road operated by ono company is tho stituent gases the oxygen unites wi h pan it jes swolled right up evry time lino of tho Northern Pacific from Du the iroi while tho hydrogen takes up You can run down tho moon all you luth Minn to Walhila Junction W the carbon and nrconds to a higher want o butl tell you its good enough T a stretch of 1 65L60 miles Tlio smallest region whero part of it is condensed for mo to go by F M Carruth in road in regularly incorporated borail Â¬ tho into mineral oik and part remains as Chicago Tribune tlis country in aaid to Now York Central Iludson River natural gas to escapo where it can find an outlet or to remain stored at Fort Orango railroad built for the Two of tho mow recent nnd InterÂ¬ purposo of carrying f reighi to and from great pressure until a bore hole is put esting topics of conversation in Xonia down to provide it a passage lo the O were a two wcoks old baby that the Fort Orango Taper Companys surface Oil bearing iitrata occur in had already cut a tooth and a young works Ths main lino is but 3 168 feet tho vicinity of mountain range and man who on the day fixed for hii wed Â¬ In length and tho rolling stock con- Â¬ it is supposed that tlie upheaval of tha ding determined to escapo from tlie sists of a locomotive and one passen- Â¬ hills has dislocated tha strata below kuol but who after going as far as ger coach Tho road howovcr has a sufficiently to give the water access to Cincinnati decided that hed chance full set tf officers and board of diÂ¬ depths from which it ia ordinarily it after all and so turned back and rector and issues a yearly official reÂ¬ shut out If the center of the earth mrdo tho bride happy though the port The gross earnings of tho road amount lo nearly 3000 a year but all contains largo amounts of metallic wedding was several hours late of this except about 60 or so Is con carbides we have in prospect a store of fuel agaitjst tho dayu when our coal Deal with principals rather time sumed In paying the expenses of tht Trill be exhausted Enqiaetring rrad Chicago Inttr Qctan agents JParaljriel ltjny t My favorite among oj hldians is tho lovely grass snake cyclopias vcrnalis I havo never been able to secure more than ono of these which I kept for somo tlmo as a pet It was milky grocn in color and continuilly re- Â¬ minded mo of tho jido bracelets so much worn by tho Chineie One day as this liitlo fellow was Gypsy christened escaped from hi usual place of confinement nnd coiled about a wlndow fastoning where ho was discovered by a member of the family had decide I who fbj ctions As I could to snakes not bear to add to my alcoholic specimens one which had bepn a pet I took him to tho woods and released him whero no doubt ho is disporting j iyouly at this moment The best method I havo found for capturlug snakes excepting tho large When black one is tho following you sco one that you want endeavor by all possible means to cover him with your net Thou grasp tlio neck between tho Ihnnib and forefinger of your gloved hand and put him into ono of tho tin cans Oi returning homo saturate a small sponge with chloroform which thrust into the can with your snake Yon can do this in a small room to prevent the snakos escape In the com so of a quarter of an hour the snako may bo taken from the can and arranged in a bottle which is then to be filled with alcohol and tightly corked and your specimen is ready for the museum On one of tho hunts a lady rho was f earching for botanical specimens hap-Â¬ pened to coino along just as I was putÂ¬ ting a snakeinto ono of tho tin cans She inquired what I was going to do Preserve it with It and I said Do they Whereupon sho asked make good preserves GoctliQ kept a pet snake which he took from the chimney corner and fondled every night which shows that ho was partial to theso noxious rep- Â¬ tiles and Dr MvCook says the snake is the most bcauiiful animal in crea- Â¬ tion I dont know but I agree with him Buhss Craw IID TOBUUB AXLE Manufacture all styles and sizes TRUSS RID which they offer at ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES ill flaps ffarraiM For One Year The Best Material The Easiest Terms au 21 ly laflison Co Bids sub- - Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so The Bonds issued in payment of WEBSTER WAGON June 32 CO tf and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and iSSS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky ftf CD CHENAULTCom Library Lamps AND ASK FOR THE L P G Remedy Roflprs Siller Plated Mes and Forts They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at Tho Prices W GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY Quote a mT LEY Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ ufacture STOCKTON sep28 WILLIS Agents For Madinon County ly if you see them because you cant help it Are Precisely coal-oal-ba- rrl Pianos and Organs Ttey Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie lat Yon Fait New England and other Pianos Chicago PIA50S Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- Â¬ ware and especially our Decorated Din Â¬ ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive BEST GRADES OF Cottage Organs F0U RENT COFFEES SUGABiS and other Staple Groceries Goods X June2J tf TEAS also Canned AND ORGANS Rent applied as part payment Writ For Prices and Terms LUKE 8 and 10 V Main TJ 12 O FRAXffGXS HARRISON MILLER Has optned 11 Furniture RepaklBgaad Uphwlxtering Shop ecooud doer Irsm the Puat oftkf next to H Haleys LNwy Siabl Alt tverk dose at re noon Me rates Layiso Cari sts A HpbtiaI 7deot rs MILWARD St Lexington Ky June 22 tf Rooms derson 915 F St Wm G Hen Â¬ I have three large comfortable and Wash Â¬ ington D C Formerly good rooms for rent over ray store oh For particulars caH and see of Examining Corpse U S Patent Main street C C WALLACE decaS tf Office Send 17 vers exDerienee yiefci or modelfor refori at iofattn iahilitj Correspondence solicited Brooks Uie drBggief Patronize 7eciy DITEHTS Procured for Rent JJ s T A WRW- - I Pritshowsth rough THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE 1SS8 1 1 L X VS LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN COST OF BLANK KECOUD BOOKS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY i The Senate is considering a bill for the better payment of teachers Henry Watterson dined with President and Mrs Cleveland on Wednesday Â¬ Congressman McOreary will a bill providing for Uie ereo tkm ef a Oort of Claims composed ef throe jedgos for the con sHleration of private land claims alone offer Â¬ A bill k pending before the Senate to employ the convicts on railroad wrK the State to take stock in the roads thus built to the amount of the labor so furnished Better let the convicts alone Â¬ The Republican State Convention of Louisana nominated for Governor Henry C Warmoth of Plaqoemine Warmoth will be recalled as one of the Governors of the carpet bag regime in Louisiana Mr Nichols the recently nominated Democrat will see that the odorous Mr Warmoth never warms the gubernatorial seat Â¬ Â¬ THE BLAIR BILL The amendment by Senator The Senate of Kentucky by a Harris proposed to amend the vote of 21 to S adopted a resolu foregoing by transferring the right tion condemning the Blair Edu to demand a vote from counties cational Bill towns or cities from the directors Tk indicates niimtstakably of the company to twenty five that Kentucky k not in iavor of taxpayers of the county town or Federal Aid to Education The city but also provided that the superficial idea Aid to Educa- date of the election be fixed by tion conveyed by the title ot Uc the Court Board of Trustees or bill k enticing and enlists many Council at not less than ten nor persons in Ks favor wlto oppose more than sixty days after the it upon investigation In the order i6 made United States Senate there are Immediately upon the presen nine fewer Senators in its favor tation of the bill by Senator Harthan were in the beginning ris a great cry and lamentation The fact that the aid k to be went up from certain Senators temporary is a serious objection opposing the bill and at once a In ten years the States would telegram was sent the Cincinnati learn to depend largely upon this Enquirer characterizing the bill Federal Aid Then wlten with as a loaded concern containing drawn a sad helplessness would some of the most extraordinary prevail Again it is not fair to taxing powers ever granted and aid the children wlio are fortunate in substance charging Senator enough to be in scltool at present Harris with endeavoring to slip and withdraw aid from all that a grievous wrong through the follow through all time to come Senate Mandatory powers and Suppose a parent should send one all other forms of pure CHSsednosfc son out into the world without an were attributed to tlie bill education then send his next son without ever giving the contents to school for ten consecutive years 01 tlie bill that the public might but fail to send the third son see what the bill realty was to school at all Straightwav tlie Straightway the Louisville and first and third sons and all tlie Nashville Railroad Company pur neighbors would cry favoritism ehased a large number of extra The Blair Bill looks to tlie copies of the Enquirer clipped building of school liouses With- and marked the special telegram in ten years houses would be and enclosed it in an envelope to erected in certain of tlie settled various newspapers and parties localities but when the thousands throughout tlie State of square miles of unsettled terriTlie reason for this opposition tory in the West South west and by the L N to the Louisville North west come to be settled Southern is that the L N wants there would be no aid for them to connect with the Frankfort The children who have already Georgetown fcaris road which passed their scliool dajs and in purposes running by way of 31 1 fact all people irrespective of age Sterling into eastern Kentucky who have pulled through with- and therefore does not want the out Federal Aid might be satisfied Louisville Soutliern to penetrate with the thought that the Gov- that much coveted locality Bv ernment had not in their time aid tlie Attorneys for tlie L JS and to extend but for tliose wlto are to numbers of lobyists it is sought to live alter the proposed ten years prejudice tlie Senate and the pub vhall cease there is nothing to lic generally against Senator Haroffer in the way of explanation or riss bill for ooHsolidatiiig the pacfieatioH charters in question and if possi Let the surplus go to extinguish ble to kill off the Louisville Southtlie national debt ern road Mr Stine President of tlie Louisville Southern at once OEX PIXXELL DEAD had published tlie communication found elsewhere in this issue Gen John W Finnell of Cov- charging upon the L N this ington Ky died suddenly at unjust interference with the road Helena Montana last week and unfair treatment of Senator while en route to Washington Harris The L N responded Territory Gen Finnell was one in a verbose article in which it acof the best known men in Ken- knowledged that fheir effort was tucky He was born in Clark to prevent the people of Louiscounty December 24 1821 his ville from having a right to vote father being one of the pioneer aid to the Louisville Southern but newspaper men of the State and that nothing further is intended a leading Whig editor His son Mr Stine replied by showing that learned the printers trade in his the L N has a charter and Las office but did not long work at had it for sixteen years to build a tle case He studied law under road from Richmond to the Three the celebrated Richard Manifee Forks and that it contains the and in 1840 graduated from the same provisions as those set forth Law Department of Transylvania above in the original charter of University where he had received theYThree Forks road concerning his academic education He be the holding of elections to subgan tlie practice of law at Carlisle scribe stock Buttno truth is out Senator and soon went into politics He was elected a member of the Leg Harris is vindicated ami his bill islature before the constitutional will become a law More than age but did not take his seat Uiat Madison Estill and Lee will until twenty five years old vote a liberal amount in stock While in Frankfort he became and work will begin soon as the editor of tlie Frankfort Common- weather opens The short Senator from Woodwealth remained there sev eral yoars Gov Crittenden appoint- Â¬ ford can have his counties exed him Secretary of State and Gov empted from the provisions of the Helm continued him in office bill if he wishes for nobody After his term as Secretary of wants the road to come through otate expired he removed to that county The Winchester Covington and resumed the prac- Demoorat can urge upon its Reptice of his profession In 1861 resentative to exempt Clark counGen Finnell was elected to the ty all it desires for we dont proLegislature from Kenton county pose to ask Clark county for any a6 a Union man In the fall of subscription knowing it ia all that the year he was appointed Adju county can do to build its own tant General by Gov McGoffin road We hope the various tittle and distinguished himself by the fellows in and out of the Legislaskill and energy with which he ture will manage to keep their organized and equipped the army shirts on relative to the Louisville which Kentucky furnished to aid Southern All we want is the the national cause He was ten- nght of the counties through dered a re appointment by Gov which it shall run to take stock Bramlette but declined and re- and the Senators and Representurned to his law practice in tatives in those counties being Oovisgton When the bankrupt willing the remainder can hardly law went into effeot he was ap object to tlie bill applying to pointed Register for the Sixth those counties district and held the position There is certainly some mistake several years when he resigned in the prevalent idea that a rich and accepting the Presidency of the Mississippi Valley Life In- man is never punished by law surance Company went to Louis- Â¬ Isaac N Stanley a rich man who ville to open the principal office was paying teller of the Cleveland of the company there In 1872 0 National Bank of Commerce he took charge of the Commer- embezzled 100000 and has been cial as president of the company sent to the penitentiary for five and did a good deal of editorial years work as well After a couple of mar- Â¬ years o newspaper work he re- ryTlie Louisville Post Is about to lady Senator Beck to a Louisville turned to his farm in Kenton and and remarks that the ma toll will be to bis law office in Covington one of the most brlliant social events forming a law partnershipwith of the period Hem I The Ovington the Hon W R McKee He was Matee weeding was another glittering appointed collector for the Sixth Booial event tbe Mgh totieduess of District by President Garfield and wbteh srbelled te high heaven and field the office till some months hasut yet lost IU lioid on the pdbllc after Mr Cleveland was inaugu nose BrMltent Metal evetits are tbe rated when hs resigned rankfii of frauds CJIuwTIanE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlie Senator Harris offered a bill to his response aDY resolution CHliiHtrifor consolidate the charters of the hiformatloniaa to tbe amount o umplrey Louisville Southern Railroad paid frornJuie treasury for bla nUpJoka company and Che Richmond and and reoordJvMke or other fet iuonery Three Forks Railroad company purcliasedjby be Circuit Com fCrjn ilerKs with an amendment The charier or othervipnioTafc cf tbe Sta m foii of the Lovisville Southern did not period which the Public Printer has give it a right to ask aid from been in office Madison count but the charter The response discloses the following of the Richmond and Three Forks figures did contain such a provision as Amount paid for record books from June SO 1BS4 to January 1 18S8 follows 1 8S 30 1885 year Section 15 That wlienever the pres Â¬ For sear endlBg June 30 IbSB 1641 82 ending June 3D For 2BS89 U For year ending June 30 ISS7 ident and directors of said Railway Comt 11381 Fott mouths tnJugJiuiilfcS8 pany or awyTen cRlenf of aScotmtyjor u582l prccifit Aalt iff Writing request he Tetal amount pflM ont i county court of ant coiiniv throucti or Tlie Shelby Heullnel had better be adjacent to nlttcti it h promoted to co- careful paragraph Tlie following ntract said railway to do so sck coiirt from that paper is calculated o catch may submit to he qualified oters of sucj ithe editor a ooniin or a gwiue aetmty or any designated preoint or pw On tlio sworn statement of the cmcteof said cousty the qfetfTvffcthcr Indies of Shelby ceunty as slijnvn in sci court shaM subscribe to the capital the assessors report there are in the stock of said company for and in behalf county only eighteen diamonds tlie of said couity or for and in behalf of such aggregate value of which i i 1455 designated precinct or praOmcts the Would anybody have believed that to amount of stock specified in the request of many of the glittering stones which said company Section dfizzel the eye at the public places and That whenever the City Council of mi the street were paste 0 at best 17 any ckv or the board of trustees of any rliine tones We would uotexcepton town in this State shall be requested as such testimony as above Tlie ladies Heretofore required to do so it shall be who own the genuine bona fide stones the duty of said council or board of trus- owe it to themselves to save them tees to submit to a vote of the qualified Irani the suspicion of wearing the voters of such cky or town on a day to be vulHr imitation to hand in their designated by said council or board of trus- names for publication Fraukfort tees not later than thirty days after the Capital application k made to them by the com How many old bachelors and pany and in writing the question of sub Â¬ giddy youths in other counties scribing for and on behalf of such cky or diamonds in Shelby town the amount of stock proposed by own said company on the terms proposed BRADLEY FOR VICE PRESIDENT Â¬ Â¬ ditifplaid before the Senate EasternJ Jfd0k l fajam - Â¬ Â¬ The St Louis Globe Democrat one of the leading Repubieau papers of tlie country nominates Hon W O Brad Â¬ ley of Kentucky for Vice PreMdeut on tlie Republican ticket and he lia also been poken of for that position by the Cincinnati Commercial Gazette and the Chicago Iuter Oeeau Tlie St IxUi OIobe Democrat re Â¬ cently fcuggesled the name of W O Bradley of Kenlueky as suitable for secoud place on tbe Republican Presi- Â¬ dential ticket Republican newspapers adopt the idea and commend it as an element of strength to the ticket Perhans it would be but it does seem rather the shadow than substances of honors so to speak to burden Mr Bradley with the emptiness or words te that effect of a Governorship U S Keiiatorehip and Vice Presidency all within eighteen months However it is all a matter of taste mid if Mr Bradley likes such amusement nobody should ol ject Frankfurt Capital Suppose Mr Bradley should say circumstances over which I have no oontrol heap these things upon me STATE HOARD OF EQUALIZATION Senator Ch vy of Bourbon proposes a substitute for the Board of Equalization Speaking ot its provisions he says My will compose substitute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in members tlie board of four addition to the Auditor These four members are to be either nominated by the Governor aud confirmed by Hie Senate or else elected by the appellate districts The equalization is to be confined to real estate personal prop Â¬ erty will remain as fixed by the Board As a basis for of County Supervisors the equalization of real estate the vari- Â¬ ous county clerks will be required under oath and penalties to make out a complete tabulated statement of all sales of rel estate in their respective counties for one year previous to Sep-Â¬ tember 15 This list is to include the cash price of the property and tlie assessed value from wfcleli the average percentage of assessed to cash value on be mathematically determined My substitute fixes tlie standard per- Â¬ centage assessed to cash value in the whole State at 60 per cpnt the percent- Â¬ age found by the Board to be the true one for 18S7 that year being the first after the passage of the new revenue law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Senate has voted to repeal the law establishing the State Board of Equalization the vote standing 20 to S It is therelore entirely probable that the House will concur and that the B of E will climb the Golden Stair In that event Senator Haggard will do the Hercules act mount a log heap and leaning on his senatorial club with a lion skin made of a copy of the Winchester Democrat be duly incineratedSonator Harris applying the torch m IllE LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN To the Bailor of tlie Coorler JoHinal1 Â¬ Â¬ For several days post there have been new spa per articles evidently in Â¬ spired by Gen B V Duke chief parliamentary solicitor for the Louis- Â¬ ville aud KashVlIIe railroad and his subordinates in the railroad lobby at Frankfort intimating that the Louis Â¬ ville Southern railroad was endeavor-Â¬ ing in some irregular way to get from tlijLeglsJalure eome act which was UifjifeuaTor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ unfair This Is fold the same Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ game Of Gen Duke and the Louisville and Nashville railroad aud in addition he has now added bis plan fnr repealing all railroad charters which are more than five years old which during this session of the Leg- Â¬ islature is the main object of the Louisville aud Nashville railroad The Louisville and Nashville railroad Is now owned almost entirely in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EDglaudand Holland The manageÂ¬ ment do not desire any more railroads in the State The Louisville und Nashville road was built largely by county aid Its charter contains the fullest and extremest provisions for submitting tbe question of aid to coun- Â¬ ties and it can build branches uuder its charter all over tbe State The charter of this mad was passed before 1856 aud it is claimed by the corporation to be therefore not subject to amendment or repeal If now all the other railway charters in tbe State can be repealed at Gen Dukes sugges tion and solicitation it will prove a most beneficial and opportune event for the L and N which can thus extend Its lines all over Kentucky vote aid whenever desired and by shut out this proposed legislation all other railroad construction la the Stale At tbe lost session of ibe Legislature an effort was made by the L aud N to repeal or cripple the charter of the Louisville Southern Partially now being substantially completed aud desirous of extending Its line through Garrard or Jessamine to Madison aud thence to ibe coal regions of Eastern ICenttufey Gen Duke and his lobby have set themselves to work to impede any legislation wliloii will seeure this end for the The LotiUville Boulkeoi Â¬ Â¬ red ana Pennsyl vwiiI07h land re to uVu ment by The partnership heretofore exteUpg ImBan HLH fm tin Illinois JonvS Wfc- AT THE betw eeu Greeu Faris has been dl sol v to it the the Kichmoi Minnesota K ffijfaska ed bv inullml consent Mr J F Faris oolisltt te In secure had never beer Irvine on aMItreMFana railroad h -OntariqplSrriOgiilo Bulgaria hl his iuleresr- - lo having tanners Home JouriiaL- exhibition CASH OBOCEBY asked Sei rflnjirlnbiftD Harris fyi J HOUSE HL Ilunirftrtl South of Russia G arjpany Denny All parties luuetttt u 10 saiu troduce arm aiHEBdm ent permlttl le Ed C Hopper Seen tsffiriluf tne Switzufifnd jSrance South mlEug- - firm will nleaso cnine forvarI and Fl ffinlflS of CarlisJ Cho I to a co this line OF Bunder thelmflneTice of ijjmrsst Lltimia Jockey tub 6a ImfuuHK en- - land WfiiUsssCentnil and N Bruiern make payment without further delay I Is ImporUiut Hie nu iiiess snomu Hon yit IT -- Tbe Uouh ville Sdul Thursday attempted suicide byflimot- - tries for the Laioiiu raeeS have in Bel Â¬ ailt Columbia up im speedily an poxidhlej Minnesota Quebec be wound railroad ond to tlieVirginiu boundary fhig himselMu the left breast just left creui ed 33 per cent W have more Great Britain Den- Â¬ Either rty in authorized to collect changing the name to the Louisville of thu nipple The ball passed through eniries lhis year than we ivef hail gium Holland Poland Central Russia Sep Â¬ tin debts due them Southern and Richmond railroad aud the lung aud ranged downward lodg- - before and just w here St L ills will mark P T GltKKN tember and October Scotland Sweden allowing the County Judge as wejl as iug just above the left hip bone and get her horsec I can not understand HF Fakis Russia November North Jan 24 1888 tf the County Qiurt jo submit jjthe Family trout Iji pnetakelitit jve bad sixtp btie Njrway hag not beeutakenout iiecemuer uur j tlon of affl to the counties Thre w asl je3ts supposed to have been tlie cause entries in last year wifs filled Thurs Â¬ lWru boutn Africa inuli Â¬ no secret about the bill It was refer- He had some sharp words with his day with 121 entries nud all the stake red regularly to the Railroad Commit Â¬ molher-lu-Iajust before the shoot Â¬ races have increased accordingly REP0BT LIVE STOCK 1AEKE tee and reported favorably to Hie ing and while Ids wife was attempt Â¬ Watch your tobacco burns owing ip QQRRECTBD WEEKLY BV Senate The Paris Frankfort and ing to take lie pfstolTrom him he did ilsgreat Value there are more thefts A full and complete stock cf CO An Trustee of Hannah N Humston LOPER DATER Georgetown railroad with like privi- Â¬ the work At this writing he is rest-Â¬ Â¬ reported this spring than usuhI Suoh leges bad asked an amendment to ing easy having suffered greatly at I will oflernt public sale at the CourtLive Stock Commission Merchants STAPLE AND FANCY house door iu Lexington is the orz fur a large acreage of the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and its charter Several other charters weed this coming sason that the good Covlftgton Stock Yards Dr Sexton Claytor of the Western 13 SS Monday had been ullered or amendments pro- Â¬ returning women folks will have a hard tussle to at 12 oclock A TKACF OF LAND OF posed in the Legislature allow lug Cemetery in Louisville 011 night after ft short siive their front yards calf and poultry CINCINNATI OHIO JANUARY 23 ISSS 80 ACRES lying within three miles No particu- Â¬ to his office Tuesday county aid to railroads of Lexington uwm t lots Better go slow gentlemen a big been made of these in absence found a bundle Ijing lar meutiou bad Tkrms One third cash balance in one of tho shelves whicli proved to crop means ruinously low prices next SHIPPING CATTLE six aud twelve month the newspapers aud no opposition limb of n woman which year aud many of you will realize that Good to Extra J 4 50 4 75 offered TJnder tbe Paris Franklnrt contain the C N BUSH Triibtkb 4 40 4 25 severed at the knee joint you have In slang parlance hit oil Fair to Good 650000 had been aud Georgetown charter P O Address liidianfield Clark 2 75 3 50 more than they can chew Cyuthiaiia Common and Rough 18jau4r county aid had been voted In the last Accompaulug the member was a note Good to Extra Oxen 4 co County Ky 3 50 requesting him to bury it at ouce and Times 2 7j Fair to Good Oxen 3 25 six mouths on the seventy miles but 1 50 2 25 after investigating the matter without The St Louis and Chicago Jockey Common and Rough as this line would help the L and N BUTCHER CATTLE righteous indignation wis avail lie did so The limb was finely Clubs have declared war against tlio Gen Dukes formed aud had apperently been TCeutueky Clubs especially Latonia Good to Extra 4 35 4 ij not aroused and he did not deem it 8 4 10 even only ashort while It Is sup Â¬ St Louis lias raised the Club ulrse to Fair to Good necessary to seud out exaggerated severed Fat Steers 3 6o posed to be a practical joke of some 800 The turfmen are jubilant over Extrato Good Steers Fair statements as to its purposes aud line 34 medical students 35 the turn allalrshave taken us it will be Good to Extra Cows wrong 75 City Marshal Butler and wife of Lat session the Louisville and Brownwood Texas were kept up to tfieir advantage and the Assoom Fair to Good Cows Common Cows 2 00 tiuu who gives the most money will Rough Cows and Oxen 1 25 Nashville railroad by M H Smith a Year Beautifully Illustrated 25 J P Helm aud Gen Duke was most nearly all TuesdayM uigtit by a sick of course gel the better class of horses BULLS both fell asleep at their meetings The trouble all Best Shipping vehement in tbe denunciations of the child About 3 A 3 25 ITS BCOPIi THK AMERICAS MAOAZISB county aid to railroads 75 In less than with the buby sleeping between them came about the Litonia Club ahOmlug Best Bologna and kbm aed national dm vjttmsct uart ara tepicibit bwt ataadard they awoke the baby was gone the Kiine date us St Louis for their 1 air uotogna 2 409 iu iterator ani irriura flU tha paca wiia a wM a year Geu Duke and Mr Smith had When iu Faroes Aiaariean Good Feeders Fair to 2 40 Tariat of mta ntinc ifcatcbn al rif aid adrrat gotten oontrol of the old charter of the A search discovered it dead In a cis- Â¬ Spring meeting abort atori daaertptita aroanta er an atrial and xatnaan Common and Thin 2 oo car famoaa co problima and woman bntf aaatja on BasL Uhio railroad whicli tern No servants were eraploj ed and Cumberland and ol tea panod and la asorw ana foranoai The average quantity of milk daily FBEDERS AND STOCKERS tbia Magazine ia halPnearly ruined the counties through the only theory held is that one of the consumed lu Louisville allow ing to Good Extra Steers 75 A 4 00 Distinctively Representative of which it ran and voted Washington parents drowned the infant iu a tit of leach persona half pint is about 22010 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 50 somnambulism Whoever did the act I American Thought and Progress are Good to Extra Heifers 2 jo4 3 00 county for 80000 to build a railroad carried the child through the house gallons - About 11000 milk cows sup Common and Thin Stackers 2 00 2 50 It la aeknowIded by tbe pr aa and public t b tha from Springfield to Bardstown aud aaoat popular and cntcrtalnlacnf Ik alcn ply the- lactic fluid assisted by several COWS AND CALVES laae momhllca Mr Helm was in Owensboro advocat- Â¬ opened aud closed two doors aud after thousand wells and numberless oar loads putting it lu the cistern replaced the Best Grades- 40 oo5o 00 ing aid to the uew Hue being con- Â¬ cash of chalk Two thousand or more men Fair to Good 30 003S 00 lllaatrntrd lrrnlom Ilat and Special In structed down the Ohio river Why cover aud set the water bucket on top and women prepare it or market and Common 15 oo25 00 duermrnla la Caaa ar Valaakla Preatlaaaa tbe Louisville Southern should now ot it The parents arc frantic 0 Sop 7 00 la Club Kalaere will b aeat an receipt af 1200 wagons have a part in bringing it Best Veal Calves IIOITSE GIVE Fair to Good o 6 00 25ct irtkla paper la mentioned singled out as the only road which be 5 colored of Pidiicah into the city Susie Itudd Common ami Heavy 4 00 3 00 should be villilied aud abused because Ky was convicted iu tlie Circuit 07- - IZeaponalble and eoersetle peraaaa Over 30000 pounds of butler are SPRING LAMBS rantef to aollelt eub erlpfloaa IVrlte at it de ired to build a line iuto Kit tcm Cou it for killing her husband Chits- - consumed in that city every day and once far exclaelve territory f 4 50 Kentucky and have the right to ask Itudd and sentenced for tw years of this about 5000 pounds are the pro- Â¬ Good Extra Heavy jood mitcher THS AXSBICAH HAGASI17S CO june22 tf reasonable aid from the counties The woman Is but twenty two jears duct of the oleomargarine Lebanon Fair Butchers Common and Tail TIimIs through which it passes can only be old She shot Itudd iu the head last Standard Times 2 5o 749 Broadway New York on the theory that the Friday night aud he died Sunday explained HOGS The most remarkable incident of the Select Butchers Louisville and Nashville railroad hopes morning She escaped after tlie shoot Â¬ 5 65 5 So 5 3S9 to deceive or intimidate the Legislature ing and was captured fifteen miles out sleety season is that occui ring on the r air to jood lackers Extra Lights Geod 5 3o 5 from giving to the Louisville Southern iu tbe country Saturday The indict Â¬ arm oT Mont Jackson near Sunny Light to With or without Patent Index Pigs 5 5 3o those rights possessed by the L ment was brought Tuesday and she side Ten of his finest sheep were Roughs and Scalawags 3S fWmmriur A and N and every other line iu the was convicted six days after the crime found huddled in a sinkhole aud covered with ice LOUISVILLE TOBACO MAB2ST-fcjie was deleuded by its sides being State The Louisville Southern pro was committed VDiCTlMAJKX ITSELF He there Â¬ poses to build into Eastern Kentucky Thomas first colored attorney in Pa they could not be removed fore placed a quantity of hay hi the FUllNlSIIKD BV Tweu-ty-eti- e and it looks to the Legislature to see duoah tlii being his first cube - Owing hlom- Darrelt Louisulle Tobacco prisouers have been sentenced sinkhole to make them bedthat it is not despoiled or crippled by Toor Attention Is inrned to tfca Get Cit J I one morning to tttke them food he cnjiog the latest issue Â¬ Warc UoHse the L and N railroad nor be prevent- this- term noue lor longer than live found that seven of the sheep had ed from extending its Hues into East- Â¬ years A Dictionary been killed and wrliIly devoured by Sales on our nuiket for the week ern Kentucky and thus adding to -t contaiaiBg3000moreword3ondntari Sam Jones in his Sermon to carrion crows No other instance is just uloed amounted to 2088 hhds UlastratlonsyuuiaoyotlterJUserlcaal zir Louisvilles prosperity and building with receipts for ibe same neriod of Wives at Kansas City Friday said known where full grown sheep have up that lirt of the Slate which lias 1365 hhds 1st A Gazetteer of the World How you do twist and squeeze your been killed and eaten by these scaven Â¬ amount 0900 Sale sinee January days hhds Ttie lat few sucli splendid resources and which this r- body to please society I never heard ger birds containing oyer 25000 Titles with Cs nave witnessed some irregularity iu The line will develop and promote ailon and a Taat amount c f other iTrz- of a woman that did not have corns nriees on Hurley tobacco and this apÂ¬ recently added sad Â¬ COUNTV COUUT AT LANCAHTKR Louisville Southern accepts the chalplies lo both the old ami the uew crop lenge thus made by Gen Duke aud II there be such a one here I would The crowd was good considering the The depression is suppo ed to be tern A Biographical Dictionary like to Imvb her picture ami Jeweler Here a inclement weather Not much slock Mrary as there ia no apparent reason will at Jhe proper lime ak to be heard fci giTlne pronunciation of names and Ionkhig young woman ou a on upon the iMie raised by his attack inodest concerning naany jujuuu notea reracj the market aud but few Mile W for a weakening 111 prices The recent Triocj Ubles giTinTiIxbia lnlniii-cold went her has cut off the receipts of front seut rose up and amid a storm M Ktrby reports tlie sale of IjEALEK in on the Louisville Southern and lis in- Â¬ five shares Ibe new crop The following quota of applauses from her sisters stated Citizen All in One Book terests J W Stink National Bank slock belong Â¬ tions foirly represent our market for Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver aud President ot the Louisville Southern that she did not have corns For ing to the estate of Matilda Hothwell Hurley J uwiceo Websters Unabridged Dictionary is reonse the only Sam Jones was outdone Plaled ware etc Special railroad ea or tne Biaie Bupennienaenis 01 deed at 103 per share J M Snow Trash 9 00 S 8 00 States and br le dis Callers Preside ts He colored and looked as cheap as it sold 6 steers at 270 to 3 25 per hun- Â¬ Dark Trash Oolory 9 00 15 00 attention giveif to United States ssd Canada It is Standard Ail Is itesi ible lor a man to look After dred thoiitywtta the United States Booth Thompson sold some Common Lugs not Colory 14 OOtol 00 NEWS PARAGRAPHS and in tbe GoTemment Printinr OSe I 17 00019 00 I1I1 face a mnnieijt lie lecov Good Lugs rubbing beenseketedineTerycasewhereStatePDIAMONDS hsto been made tor Schools and is tl j Lr- jm l cuttle al 320 per hundred aud bought Common Leaf not Colory 15 0017 0U Well thank a yearling mule far 65 Given a rubber cont found near the ered himself aud sid 18 0025 00 Good Leaf axropoawhkh nearly sit tha school lCUi iI oasea 25 0030 00 AND OTHEK PRECIOUS STONES scene of an express robjery ou the St God hi forty years of observation I Auctioneer T S Elkin reports as Fine Leaf Loui Get the Latest and Best Arkansas and Texan railway have found one woman wtiodoes not follows 1 cow aud oalf 3250 1 do Local Produce Markets Pinkerton detectives have succeeded have corns I will be much obi ice if 2150 6 steers per head It is an isTalesBte companion in ere yC BY COVlNGTOJf CORKKCTKD WEEKLY sad at tiery Fireside Specimen c 18 8 calves 11 50 1 yoke oxen 75 iu finding not only the man who fit- Â¬ she will furnish me with her pictuie teaitoordals HRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD Promptly dune and in a workmanlike PnhIIOif h- - C aest prepaid on appc3 ted the garment but also in capturing A conference was held in the office 1 do 74 50 I mare 15 Seattle on I MFRRI11J Jt CO A STREET RICHMOND KY Sprl0gfleldMusUl manner an entire gang of desperadoes of the Supervising Aichiiect of tlie market unsold Richmond Ky Jan 24 1S88 Treasury between the officials of the Speaker Carlisle accompanied by The celebrated stallion Happy Me- Â¬ Beef Cattle Butche- r343Kc Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Mrs Carlisle and Miss Queen left office aud a delegation of citizens from dium valued at 10000 tiled Wednes Â¬ Hogs Dont forget the place next door 45c Washington Friday for Old Point Wichita Kan together with seveial day morning of spinal meningitis Sugar Cured Hams l3lSc to the Pot ofilce Kiclmond Ky Comfort where he will remain for ten members of Congress The subject at Falrlawu the home of his own- Â¬ isaeon nam country june22 tf Cured days or two weeks The Improvement under discussion was the public build Â¬ er Gen W T Withers near Lex- Â¬ Butter 20c ing at that city for which nn appro- Â¬ ington Happy Medium wai bred by Chickens iu Ills health still continues 50 1 7s2 00 priation of 100000 was made hi 18S8 26C Thomas S Gardner proprietor of the IJidn fir such a stiucture were opened R F Galloway at Sufferns N Y in SOC 1S63 sired by Rysdyks Hambletonlon extensions have developed exceptionally Chicago Farm Journal formerly a a short time ago but the award ofthe AND J i lour 25 fine mineral stock and resident of Logan county Ky has contract has been stayed by the action dam Princess 230 by Audrus Ham Corn per barrel 3 00 Maps and full particularsfarming districts Â¬ free upon apWhen 4 years old Robert Hay per ioo Rs 40O50C been fined 500 iu the United States ofthe people of Wichita who represent bletoniau plication to C H Warren Gen Pass Oat m heaf perioo fts District Court at Chicago for a fraud- Â¬ that while in 1861 the population of Steele of Philadelphia purchased him JjHTO Agt St Paul Minn 11 V Ind Te rrMaara1 tr A r ulent use of the mails iu conducting a the city numbered but 10000 it has for 250 JOMany years after he sold 1 flllOW MINNESOTA From thim to Gen Withers at about 5000 Beeswax XTOPK IN exclusive erain countrr BUILDING AND C0NT1UC M lottery and gift enterprise Jul an i5ioc f Since Increased to 40000 and that a He is the sire of thirty nine performer Feathers 35 Minnesota is beinij rapidly transformed The treasury department Is informed 100000 building such as the plans iu 230 or better Among tliem are into the finest stock and dairy state WORK i 4oacoc Union Cheap lands still obtainable hvthe that a number of convicts liberated at would provide for will be inadequate Maxey Cobb 2134 the best stallion Oats per bushel cot Orchard Grass i New Caledonia are ou their way to to the needs of the city Hence the record best double leftni record with venient to railroad Particulars free upon - AT THE MOST Gentian Millet 1 20 application to C H Warren Gen Pais this country via California The col- Â¬ conference to day the result of which Neta Medium 215 Norman Medium Timothy Seed 3 3 25 Agt St Paul Minn lector of costoms aud the commission Â¬ a ill be that the bids will be held in 220 Buzz Medium 220J- - Brigadier Clover Seed S 25 5 Oats in sheaf Busness Centers The build er of immigration at San Francisco abeyance and arecommendatiou made 221 J He was also the t tre of sixty IVf Choice blue grass seed Tl 6575 X A- - W ing of railroads in a new and and in the best manner He is have been notified to look nut for to Congress that an additional 100000 other performers with public records Red top seed fertile country creates many new towns such immigrauts and to prevent heir be appropriated Sweet Potatoes 1 at three minutes or better educated Carpen 25 affording excellent business opportunities thoroughly Irish Potatoes lauding 7 aI OO Particulars regarding such opportunities and builder and those contempt j Miss Mary A Brown a maiden lady Mammoth Tukkbys CoL Bennett in Montana Minnesota and Dakota will sec It is reported that Mr John Cooper residing in Norrlstowu Pa and pos- - H Young having a Philadelphia be sent upon application to C H War- Â¬ mg building will do well to sessed of considerable property hasJ friend Mr H M Hoy an estimate from him ofDouerall who was married a few whom he ren Gen Pass Agt St Paul of been swindled out of 30000 by a Phil delights to houoi weeks ago to ISINs Montgomery determined to Office at his residence on Ha I North Dakota never She conducted a send him the largest pair of tur fell on the ice Sunday adelphia woman Georgetown iiad better crop Irvine Street and promised large re- Â¬ keys hen and gnbbier ever shipped and broke bis spine His mother who ladies bank than those iust liar- Hnez tf vested Many opportunities to secure from Kentucky- - A pair whb rocured ran to his aid also fell aud dislocated turns for every dollar iuveatrtl fine Government lands recently surve ed Miss Broun said that she had known in Woodford county near Oregon are true it her shoulder If the lads near excellent coal fieldt and adjacent to the woman whose victim she is since weighing 08 potiuds the gobbler pull Â¬ Is certainly a pitiful event railroad Maps and full particulars free childhood aud had great cufideuce lu ing the scales at 44 and the hen 21 upon application to C II Warren Gen Sells Bros are selling olFlhelr sur Pass Agt St Paul Minn her Oj Monday she was to receive pounds These turkeys had eaten plusanimalsand wagons at Columbia a large Mini of money from the Phila nothing for two dajs before they werp llfinpn Arc vou mortirairfd rav- preparatory to going to Australia O delphia woman its a return on her weighed Had they been full craw ed in heavy rents or nin with a moderate show A female I nirw hohirul The money did 110 come tnu yak brought 176 a young lion 220 ami Miss Brown wrote to her Sho re- Â¬ their weight would have been beyond move to a new location Excellent lands belief They were expressed from a mile yuk 5186 an elephant 1300 cheap which will increase in value several plied that all business between them here Saturday While hi the express fold in five years No other such oppor- Â¬ two lions 1000 a Bengal tiger 000 was at an end and that no more letters office they were a matter of much tunities existing Full particulars free a black tiger 6S0 a panther 22 aj would Le upon application to C II Warren Gen answered This wa3 start- Â¬ wonder The heu was larger than leopard 375 a white deer 100 a Pass Agt St Paul Minn ling Information to Miss Brown So most gobblers brought to this market zebra 400 infatuated was she with what she They were pure bronze and only two T A T f TT i W f Crp is an un A terrible explosion occurred at the supplied to be a sure and speedy years bid The largest pair hereto- Â¬ 1 1 Ju U Xli I known experience in Central and Northern Dakota and dynamite factory at I5etliayreb Station method of obtaining 11 fortune that fore shipped fmm this State weighed Minnesota Maps and full particulars re- Â¬ near Jeukintown Pa The building she borrowed money from all her 67 pouuile Woudford Sun garding lands price etc- - sent free Adwas entirely destroyed anil the work 1 friends in order to Invest it with the dress C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St A writer In the Georgetown Thin b men blown in all directions and sev- Â¬ Philadelphia woman Paul Minn She has em- Â¬ in dNcuisiug the tobacco question eral badly Injured A young man ploye counsel io prosecute the Phia FOR ANOTHER Scott county has housing fa- Â¬ WliyWORK small named John Gaston was tbe most dclphiuu hut her lawyer says it win Id says X or on a I salary Why con- Â¬ Tlilt virtes A marvel of seriously hurt his side being cut open be Impossible for Miss Brown to recov Â¬ cilities for about 4000000 pound or partly powder never wlioliwomeuehs More tinue working on a worn out farm Why Cofflffisrcial Collage onk Mreuiili tobacco and the fine reputation our economical ilmii and onUtmry binds and try to secure a riving from such high ecupi 3 Jjarge Uaitt atul f l tlie and his left aim lorn ofiT He will er old In comrietlllnn mnl j-2 leaf has acquired in the markets will cannot be low leMxhorttweluhl with th phos Â¬ priced or heavily mortgaged farms Why Cheapest Best Bustaes C probably die The other injured men Utudesof iii alum or enaourige our farmers to put out a full phate powders Sow oety in enos Rotax work on rented land Why not start for Vrll KxtmHIm h itcia f Be 1 may recover Eery pane of glass CONCERNING FARMERS yourself Why not secure at once some crop this year The writer adds IUEIXC 1OWDEK tO 13 Wall HUN Y within a half mile of the factory was ofthe low priced but very fertile and well ersat IbBoIimi 10 T- - s Jnue 22 tf great many first broken located fanrfft arltarpnf In railrnnrfc njfr in kipi CouBcrtiil Lav Mcn haad k z It lSsaid that 20000 sheep perished seemed to fear that of our people atsoop s tobacco would be obtained by those going to NorthernJ Hu Aetria Laeiwn Butux PnoUft An attempt was made Wednesday duriug the Iateblzzard fu Texas r C14 jSttsiacMivr ANNOUNCEMENT so impoverish the soft that it would 4aaaj ery SBFT DTl ia uaxoia ana Minnesota where jou can Titto ant Tar uight to rob an express train on the make a larger net profit per acre than on laJUc Til the House Mr Cooper inroduceif i 1 be uufiL for cultivation aud although waeivn at wm k8 rou err v judo k the high priced or worn out land you now Western Wabash road at Cooleys a bill repealing the act under which a glow to LM rrlBCU CBDMfCil admit the fact they now begin occupy Why not go and look the situa lCf i C7il Lake twenty four miles east of Kansas tax of one half per cent on the 100 is to realize that they time ArttiUBatfJa PnOaaVUBia WktB t lCTI Jb have made a mis Â¬ of Pursuant to1 ahereby honored customÂ¬ tion over and tft fnr vrairalf nr af my party CatlUc p day Kifbb 3tadnu wot announce myCity The Sherifl of the county being Lvled for the benefit ofthe Agriculture As fine a piece ot red clover as self a candidate for re election to the obtain further Information which will be mu to ilaanaraAlCa af Informed of the proposed robbery was anil Mechanical College at Lexingtpn take sent lree it you- - will address C H O a ttea fcr fiatUIlflnn mttnd tMi tllltni 71 Taaaa aa tbe writer ever raised grew Iastyar ofllce of Ponce Judge of the city of Warren Gen abord tbe train with a posse aud Pass Agt 6t PaulMinni aalan Unm waa ar B Smlti rrtal Lcxlasfi Richmond Ky Dwyhk Bro5 Stable dec2S2m sSdeciy It is no aa Ibe volunteer crop after wheat of the Democratic subject toihe action fired upon and wounded iBariiey party Eleotion 1st sown upon sod land which had been Bweeuey who with the entire gang generally known lhatthe Dwyer Bros Saturday iu June 1888 Respectfully jan25 tde H C ltlCE was aftewards captured One of the or isrnokiyn nave uearly a score of cultivated the previous two seasons in white hurley No clover had been robbers had exposed the plot to the their horses stabled al the Lntonln raqo bowu upon the ground for over twetity railroad authorities thus causing its track Covington years yet after two years cultivation failure Sixteen mulea were killed at Cun Â¬ hi tobacco followed by a crop of wheat Tbe Shelby villo Sentinel says Plue ningham Station Saturday uighf by which yielded 40 bushels per aore It front room over Whites Drug Store GBQCEa Oil UPPER STREET two flat cars running Into a freight ville Ky is an enterprising village produced nn exceptionally fine orop of for rent Apply to janu U WGWHITE and is making extensive bids for all train The males were valued at 2 clpver the Jiext year Jt i believed the free advertising Agoing It has 500 They were owned by Robert I that tbe same ground would produce- probably about 500 inhabitants and Power agent forTeter Paul of Virgin aa 20h1 a crop of tobacco next year as And Lot Fop Sale New and fresh goods throughout embraoing the best brands the whole place could bo set down in ia Aiex xuciivain was also interested it ever did qualities one corner of Shelby ville yet it has in them Wheat Ja harvested lu some part of applied for a charter for a street rail- Â¬ House and Lotou EstlH Avenue furl Mr Eagan introduced a bill hi the way and is hustling about as If it was House Friday abolishing the Burean the world every mouth of the year sale Apply to A C dowers or W 1 Q While at Drug Store The following Is the as big as New York But this spirit is of Agriculture Hdrticulturo ilnd United btatea source caleudar from a jan25tf January Aus f better and will attraot people more Statistics Gooding offered a bill Mr tralia way of continuing the bureau Increasing the Tpnif New Zealaud Chili Argentine than our Queeiisware Glassware Woodenwre 1 lillo Tiihrliant Tlnn doing annual ppr nrlajlou to 4000 and IuufH ArULoweV Commissioner to em Syria There died iu Barren county last empowering Cyprus Persia Asia Minor Mex week the largest woman that ever ploy u clerk at 000 per annum ico Cuba May Texas Algeria Cen Â¬ All persons- - holding claims against -lived lu Kentucky and perhaps lu Uhu N D Mitee of Jessamine tral Asia China Japan Morocco June tbe fe8tlBf iirizaheth Vohn deceased world Her name was Mrs Jane county has recently sold his large areealled nn lo file same with me the California Oregon Mississippi Ala Â¬ Haynee nd Ler weight is given at crop of timothy bay lo a firm In bama Georgia North Carolina Ten properly verified ou or before the first The Birmingham Ala at per ton deÂ¬ nessee Virginia Kentucky Kansas Monday hi April 1888 between 000 aud 700 pound SflKFHKN Dj Pakrish cefllu had tv be sptinlljr wMutruvt livered ou oar Ht NUmoIitsvIlIei Ky Arkansas Utah Colorado MJtwurh i iuSS St iiclOl Admiuteti ntor purpose oj Qonsttnouu tr a llnt Aai and no bet irsexi ping large enough hold it II lj atimio ue converauran a wagon and ill ejCTwas barely HMitrnWur It Inside the oedHT lie muSeil rf pSple There seems to be a fileady damand for clean bright timolhRatgnad prices ami there rp nMiiyftwra of Kenluekv land which WinjIflAV tH -nBuT II devoted ilitelllL entlvIO tltfcKple v- - j Turay Souil Greece Italy 8jlu Portugal e Jiuy r DISSOLUTION NOTICE FOUND J D 1 1 W-JCi Juey D Y KES North Second w TRUSTEES SALE Street February GROCERIES THE AMERICAN AAGAZINE cts3 1 Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit and plenty of thing in my This house is Strictly Business Strictly CASH importa n t The best goods kept and sold on ven close margin for THIS A TRIAL A D RUFF WEBSTERS UNABRIDGED Â¬ rcmWi cftt-3wcfc--T - MI later nxj SETTING SurC REFAiRiare t r3 tt 25C LB W LLH 253 M0NTAN AJSJS 325 BUILDER -- iiic J3C oi 4S COMTRACTOK v -- Reasonable Rate ooi Â¬ fn li Â¬ Absolutely Pure tl lexW st H- fA pl rri - aaWI- lif Â¬ tv OiEee for Kent J Hi A STAPLE Higrglns iM IIobq FANCY GROCEIOT Â¬ i1 IMLceio Creditors Â¬ Canned Goods such as Corn Tomato Jreas ileans Peaches c Paper Water Buckets1 and Wash Tubs SyjlMftSgypillwlWBpr JIHSpHKSPPPSaSHSfliHflBflHannaiBHH THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY i 1SS8 go Jy JtHl4S SlfiMIHal Jrir uxni M ih 8 1 tc 9MllltMTI4 2 a iSKilif Miilu a mm ME Lexington Deal Estate Mr Jabez M Tipton has sold his ni- dence at 100 East Hill street Lexing tonj to Mr Harpy Groom son of B B Groom for 1200 Mr Joln ririr ba sold fab rerfduuoe on East Mal street Lexington the David Goodkv i iace h wii n Edmonson and others for 18000 To Confederate Soldiers e meeting of the Confederate soldiers is called at the Court house in Itleli moml on next Monday at 2 oclock Tlie object of the Hireling Is to look after tu e preservitlinn ofihe Lravosnf Confederate dead in Madison county All are cordially invited to be present A A Magnificent tral Railroad where he Is whillng II e happy hours away having retired from biiue8 The only person in all the country arnnid Bed Houa who equals Mr fcilioarer iu age is JMc J d Embree the penman and teacher who lack five months of beine on old 11 i8i cttuUKnm n an n 3343 tit s Iir - Ui s MltliU fu R S83itaaij4a adopts Mini 11 m 7 8 tjMUI a Missaax I5C 333aW Ifrii eitltUKR fot 5T s Eit e Mil it ii4 UMI7MM389I a4SSS2jas jo - iini7i K SaHTOSatiS K17MWO0S3E aiAli i1m iih 1 lit Slid h S 8 3 C7 13 14 11 1TM 1J ixi 1 - llliKllllli III ffe r J ivii 9 114 S i Suit Dismissed Last September the Christian Moer leiu Brewing Company of Chicin nati sued HtigoEngle or this place mi account and attaohed certain property at Winchester The case came up in the Common Pleas Courtlast weeklmt as dismissed by the rtaiutiir win IU Hie COSt aflVlllir Mr KnirlAMl -w o ft Water Power The water power at Minneapolis PERSONAL MU1 13 334336 ls ttttllU UV XA Jiiw uolowe them any thing Mr Ground Hog Oponins A Hlgghis will on Thursday 4S678 Ji Feb 2 J88S give a praotieal baking fwjjll twu MIIUUHKK 1SW39HT3 3 tuiis exhibition with Golden Bod Bakliig IBS lU L Powder at his store ou upper Mam street His customers and friends are rc peclfully Invited Nice biscuits Vrn is eommaiHiiHgSS per barrel muffins and gems will be made and Tubacco is heW at 12 le 16 cents fur given to every one attending Each the coraiug Vop in this oeHtyv inuy present win be served with a cup oj ueumpus coltee made from Tlie40 percent dtitMhe soliool teaoh Dwinell Hayward Vs Itoyal er I now here awaKing them Java and Mocha C il Wni M Irvine has been elected Vice Present of Uhj First National Alex Blacks Sale Bank Ou Tuesday Jan 24that Mr Alex Pee notice in religious column of Blacks sole auctioneer P P Ballard uiii n servwes it IZkmimiud every report a fair crowd in attendance Stock sold high household and kiichen S iuJy night furniture low the parlor furniture If jou bave Ht settled your okl well 7 cows rouged iu priees HeralJ subscriplkm drop in Monday from 2060 lo 4200 1 yearling bull siul da so 8100 2 steers 73 50 2 yearling heifer 9025 1 Iieiler calf Col R X-- White was taken serlous j iI on Monday but last evening was 1 50 4 t teer calves 80 00 1750 per tieail J Heifer calves 8300 3 mules mit h iniroveL 852 2 mule oolts 15845 1 mare fW Mr J J Careens clothing liouse iu 12 gilts 121 70 Fl Pjrado Kansas was destroyed by Millinery and Xolions fre LosSlSW8 iHHirance 12000 Mrs A D Flora will remove her Faiit and Elijah Walden Msrs Millinery Store from lower Main iiiies of Dnylesvllle this county slreet to the liouse on Second street Commercial College at lave 4enetl a formerly occupied by 1 P Armer as a Ausiin TeXB jewelry store Mrs Flora is furnishing ML ors W L Crutcifaer and C D her new house very prettily and will Cl uiault have purouased the eld get thoroughly established by the lat- Â¬ biiaHks property oa Laitcaster Avenue ter pari of the week A handsome millinery establishment and notion cf Mr Taltou Shanks for S870 store opening from the street is The Irvine lUMes receive new that has been wanted here Tor c last week iiurms and rifles some time Miss Florence Flora will J hey will Ik distributed on Thursday assist Mrs Flora iu trimming her hats Mlit to the different members of the and bonnets company Sat incMi axsa J d slnee developed to Its present capacity Mr J J Brooks spent Friday in Frank- Â¬ has only 32000 horse power At the fort town of Great Fall MonU the great Mr T T Covington spent last week falls of the Missouri furnish over 260000 available horse power With in Louisville an extensive grain and stook country Mr A J MHIion has returned from a t ranlllv wwF visit to Hot Springs HID OillC l nlMimhmu f iinlcV i umuci voi mm ii i air- i Mr W Maxey of nillcent quarries cloe at hand and guect or Dr C S HoltouMaysiille the extensive mining districts only u few Mis Lizzie Whcrritt will Ieae to day miles auay with their great quantities ol ares to be reduced and large popu Â¬ for a visit in Misktippi lation requiring food heat and shel Â¬ Mies Lillian Dickson i visiting Mis ter Groat Falls teems beyond question Olga Schuster of Cincinnati destined to soon become an industrial Katie daughter of Mr Easom Burgin oentre ol magnitude now that it has secured railroad communication with of Foxtown is dangerously ill the rest of the country A new nnp Capt Wm Neal of Lexington visited just issued and other information may Mr Wm Bennett the firet of the week be securetl free by applying J II War Miss Florence Flora is visiting renGeiieruI Passenger Agent St Paul father in Lincoln csunty Mr R Flora her Minneapolis Manitoba Railway St Mrs John D Harris and daughter Paul Minnesota Miss Mary ate sojourning in Frankfort Anther Innocent Taken In Mr W T Brook of Pari visited Ins Mi s Lulu Crosswait daughter o brotliers J J and Jas Brooks last week Perry Crosswait formerly or this coun- Â¬ Mr T M Sewcll of Jackson Breathitt ty now of Lexington while returning rrom a visit lo her invalid sister in county was in the city on business this C41 Denver met pleasant week a gentleman to all appearances who Mr E R Morris and wire or St Louis claimed lo be a DrHoImes rrom Cincin- Â¬ visited Dr and Mrs L J Frazee this I iiini T11 nati l Some fellow ehizeas down on Tates Creek by mistake sweetened their egjj nog with Crab Orchard salts Tiiey are Crabbed even yet wheu the tuljtct is inenlltHred Mr John D White wlw made an a Mgmueiit in February to Judge John 1 U xidloe comes out all O K iu less in a 3 ear after life assignment tjlj0ii0 JuJge UiMxIloe as trustee reports after ptjmg tlie indebtedness an estate left ti Win Colder an old o4ored man who I as driven Ballard Buchanans heare fir iears died Saturday and w s bunei SHrHlay He was buried 13 ie colored Odd Fellows and Mr Ij inl says he never saw as large a fjijt ral pmce MM foitow a colored UiS11 to the grave Mr vV O CtteuaHit has purcliaed a Ia interest in the Bimaiiza Boiler Mills of E Foreman Son am tlie 1 4if the firm will be Foreman Co Price not stated but I briiHUlt mil to be away up in the thousands The roilltt will now run lo their full cap icity of 125 barrels o f flour per day F V Hay ol KIcuhmmmI Ky will engage in business in GeorgeU uti in tlie spring His oM picHous adver Â¬ tisement apjtears eleuhere iu the Time Mr Hays seems to under tuiiil the importaufle f a jiidlcioiis ue of printers iok He advertises liberjlhj in advance o f his coming Georgetown Times M C Heath Imt retured from a to relatives at his old heme iu the K mill He found ih1 only them well an pntsperous but the w Iwle country rcuud about South eastern Georgia and He says eteni South Carolina everibotly dowH there is investing in ftory stock and tlie consequence is that there is more life and activity than ever before In that country m- Dr - 1 Mr Falls George W Taylor 4if Great Montana and Miss Mary P McCord of this county will be married at tlie home of the bride near Boones borough on Thursday February 2nd IVS at 11 4chck a x Mr O W L13 ior is a brother of Dr Tailor w is educated at Central Uni versllyaud has many friends at this place Miss Mary McCord is the only dnuchter 4if Mr and Mi Win McConI and is one f Mudi4us loveliest daughters After the ceremony the coujile will leave ou the 130 ocHwk train for Great Falls M iiitaua the home of the groom wlnre he is a rising young lawyer TJ 200 per Acre Tallou Shanks has Bought or Mr C D Chenault 18 aores 4if land without buIMIugs on the Four Mile Koad oppojjjte tie paJr Grouuds for 3 700 He will begin at once t erect a residence Mr Union Services Beginning with the Christian ohurch in next Sunday uight union ser Â¬ hereafter be held every Sunday night in Richmond going rrom church to cliuroh In regular tojc cession This is to be continued indefi nitelj Removals vices will Rev Wm Crow having sold his aigri lot on Irvine slreet to Dr O W Evans will remove to the Sim Â¬ mons place a mile from town on the Irviue turnpike Dr Evanss mother ill remove from Foxtown and occupy the Crow place boue For City Jndse Judge Heury C Rice is announced elshere In this issue as a candidate or re election to the office of Police Judge of Richmond He has filled the Ilace acceptably so much so that tiiere is a strong probability will have no opposition A that he Square Dance An old fashioned square dance was enjoyed by some of our society yeung People at the Madison Club 011 Friday 8bt The Rogers Orchestra furnished the muflc and a most pleasant evening s enjoyed by all presen The following participated in the dance Misses Callie Chenault Llla Chenault 5dla Ramsey K etlie Stockton Auule trmston Mrs Sam Beunett and Miss Moliie Fife Messrs E T Burnam D B Shackelford Hume W 1 Bright T E H Uurmston A Dudley Bam Bennett John M Rid- ud D W Tfibble EB non Ind he assisted heron the train Mr Henry L Perry of Nicholasville and was very imlite mid by the time they Louisville has accepted a position with W G readied were fast riieuds He suggested they White stop at the same hotel Instead J Mrs DrForemanwlllchaperone a party or leaving the next day she stayed over of young girls to Washington City for a anil went to the theater that night short stay with tlie agreeable doctor On the Miss Lizzie Jett returned Saturday morning or the second day he told her as her watch was broken that he would from an extended visit to Frankfort and take it and have it fixed but had 110 Versailles change so site guvc him 3 00 Ashe Mr Thos Lackey has returned from did not return she became uneasy and the West wlicre lie has been looking sent for the clerk who called her Miss after some property Htlmes Shu then found that Dr Be revenged so that another Mrs Dr Price of Ilarrodbburg and Holmes haJ registered her as hissister Mr Logan of Slielb Sailing oer hues nigged main vile attended the at the hotel She llien sent Air a de Â¬ funeral of Mrs J V Logan on Tiiurs lav A forlorn and jilted brother tective and in his company searched Seeing may take heart again Mr David Nobe of this county will all the pawn shops mr her watch but Let us then be up and doing did not find it After settling her in- Ieatc to day for Illinois to look for a Leading girls on to their fate dividual bill at the hotel she left in future home He has two brothers in Still proposing still pursuing that State tears for her home But just where Flirting at a fearful rate Primary Oratorical Content the doctor is would be hard to tell Hon W T Tevis Messrs John BenA The Primary Oratorical content nett J A Sullivan W B Smith and Lfxingtom KwJan 25 18SS Eighty And Eight between representatives from the two Chas Powell were in Frankfort last Literary Societies or the College will Should Mr Samuel Shearer Sr or week looking after Railroad interests CARD TO THE PUBLIC be held in tlie College Chapel next Red House this county live till April Mr John F Todd of this county lias Friday evening at 7 oclock The 20th ami there is every prospect of Mr Win A Chenault having enter Â¬ object 4if Hie contest is to select a rep- Â¬ Ills so doing he will be eighty tight returned from Iiluffton Georgia whither ed into partnership hi the milling bus Â¬ resentative from Georgetown College t j ears old He was born heieiu Madi lie accompanied his mother Mrs Margaret iness with E Formaii Son we take Todd on a jsit to her daughter Mrs the Inter Collegiate Oratorical S4n county in the year 1S0S of areiil occasion to Inform our friends custo Â¬ of Kentucky which will be held who came from Virginia hi 1790 Nannie Greene Mrs Todd will re- Â¬ mers and the public generally that at Central University Jliolimonil Ky and has never lived eNevihere Mr main there during the winter lipttcefiirllrue expect grealy to enlarge on April Cth has all his long lire been an The seven leading Shearer Mr Root G Dunn well known among 11 Ic not Odhgesof the Slate form the Associa Â¬ active business man and - now re the oong people of thi place lias ac tHir business and herefoie merely the continuation or the liberal tion which meets annually at one or markably lithe and well pieserved ejted a position as traveling salesman patronage heretofore received lait an the institutions lo Imld an Oratorical He hears ami converses with ea e ami for Burton Price Co of New York or the same Henceforth the contest two prizes being offerel Tor the sees well His appetite is good and he importers of siik and fine dress goods increase firm shall be known as Forman Chen- Â¬ best and second best orations respec- Â¬ walks and rides as ir he were only and starts on a 10 days trip Monday at ault Co febllf Heveiit tively Georgetown Time Railroad bridges in the vicin- Â¬ the end of which time he will go into ity or Rel Hoii e do not impede his New York for six weeks Boyd county is excited over tlie pro Â¬ The Leap Year Parly progress He goes about without a Friends here hae received imitations posed removal of the county site rrom This great event tins been much cane walking as treetly as most men and delegato tlie marriage of Mr Otway L Allen Cntleltsburg lo Ashland talked of and promises to eclipse any orsixty and Miss Mary McDonald Wednesday tions rroi eacli town are in Frankfort Mr Sheurers memory is excellent Ihing of the kind that Iihs taken place February at nine oclock lobbying Air and against tlie measure in Richmond for some years Owing He recalls with accuracy as well as cening St Pauls church Richmond Virginia looking to that end to the Inability of he Jailies to get with readiness and pleasure many iu Mr Allen is a brother of Mrs W Y Dinner Saxon fc Trusts Iwml on the 16th of eleiits of the waroriS12 in which he February they have decided 011 the bad two older brothers In that year Shcppard Mrs Sheppard and daughS Diuelli O will have u r mkI ters Misses Mary and Mattic will be at 21st for the occasion Engraved invi- Â¬ he made a visit to Richmond dinner on next Monday County Court Mr home within the next ten days Day tations will be ihued for the entertain Â¬ Robert Miller kept a hotel 011 the cor- Â¬ Drop in about 12 oclock ment A uumlier of married ladies ner or what is now Main and First Everything nice and clean Rates RELIGIOUS will receive while the j winger mem Â¬ street the present site of w Inch is oc reasonable Tiin try a yard of his bers ofsoclety will iro 111 fancy dress cupied by Ramsey Gravely tobacco for 30 cents Good Oldham The and mask The Madison Club have roprietors neighborBen Millerkept a Services at the Episcopal Church to- Â¬ cigars It teiilered their club rooms to the ladies livery stibie where the stable ol Fox morrow at 1030 oclock A tobicc i firm In New York has ami a more elegant place ibr such a Brothers now stands Mr Shearer Dr P II Mell Chancellor of the Uni failed Willi liabilities of 850000 swell entertainment could not be ob recollect to have brought to Richmond crsity of Georgia and one of the most tained Chinaman sajs sumee as Melicnn A delicious repast will be in a bag several bushels or shelled oats distinguished Soutlvcrn Baptist ministers served during the evening which lie sold to the livery man at a died and we siy that if Canters mini Thursday shilling a bushel He then went lo chicken cholera cure fails lo cure The meetings held by the Evangelist your money will be refunded by W L Douglas in England the hiHise orRobeit Rodes which stood Tlie London Boot and Shoe Trades ner where Central University now G W Dunlap still continue at the Stockton Willis U Journal contains the following iu its sUuds and bought two kegs or pure Court house and will do so through the week lie had one confession on Sun f A and reliable Medicineaarothebest old whisky lor 20 cents per gallon issue of December 24 XJVVV to depend upon Ackers Blood El- Â¬ A man named Groogat was build- Â¬ day night Tlie Court house is filled A novelty In advertising aipears ixir has been prescribed for years for all im- Â¬ in the pages nt the Bostou Boot and ing a hotel where the Garnett House with people every evening and tlie inter- Â¬ purities of theBlood InoveryformofScrof Shoe Rec4irder A full page Is occupied now stands There were two or three est is increasing nlons Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is invaluable For Rheumatism lias no equal wllli the portrait of W L Dtmglas of other houses all built of logs There Sold by W G White Prescription Brootoii Mass and the names of the were no pavements In fact there DIED Druggist were no streets nor was there any rive seciBllies that he manufactures Mr Douglas is famous iu the States thing else Gov Buckner lias refused to send Wm Riley died at his home near on account of the boycott placed on The country generally was a wilder- Otter Creek Friday Jan 27th 1SSS troops to Pike county to suppress the his good because he has dared to in- Â¬ ness with here aud there a clearing Hallied McCoy feud James Parker died at his home near troduce the lastiug raachiue into his ami the roads were merely so many Bobtown IhursdayJaiiuary 26th 1888 Do you want pure drugs and the best factory His portrait gives the idea of tatthways fences rarely occurring brands of tobaccos and cigars You a determined energelie far seeing There were wild turkeys deer bear ami Annie Neal Oldham the little man ol about forty j ears of age His other animals The buflalo had ilis daughter or San I ford and Lilly can find them at J J Brooks Junc2 tf career is well known to readers nf the apered only a short time and every Oldham althe home or her parents on Anurican trade lepers and it is by no body had seen the Indians Sticli Friduy eveniug January 27lh 18S8 Judge John J Orr nf Owen county means the least thing he may be proud luxuries aud conveniences us umbrel- She was buried in the family burying Kentucky has been appinteil Receiver or that he has thoroughly learned la envelopes store clothes buggies ground 011 Sunday of Public Money at Bulhilo Wyoming everything connected with hi trade idauos and such were unknown The many friends of Mrs J V Territory anil has earned his liviug at every t4iMy nothing of telegraph railroads Logan were much shocked lo hear of brunch thereof gasainl the like Not even a circus T C vvryvv would enjoy your dinnor iiersmiileu deml e 011 Tuesday night round Its way into the tlie wilderness and by Dys Â¬ Jan 21th lSS at her lesideucc on the pepsia uso Ackers are preventedTablets Among the Clerks Dyspepsia Mr Shearer recalls the apjiearauue or a- - few of her Only They aro a positive euro for Dyspepsia In-Â¬ The following locates the store 15 Mines fort at Bouuedjorough aud college campii or her sickness digestion Flatulency and Constipation olerks in town as there have been agrees with Dr Kavauaugli the well closest Iriemls knew We guainteo them 25 and 60 cents many uhauges since the first of Jan known octogenarian of Ml Sterling aud they did not think she was serious- Sold by W G While Piescription ly ill until Tuesday A cultured re- Â¬ nary On Main street Willi B W that the fort rotteil down year by fined christian lady has passed rrom Druggist Turner Mm Annie Fife and Leon year until it disappeared He hunted our midst leaving 11 vacancy in many H nry MetcaKe Jr of Lexington G C Francis T B rabbit Fife L E when a boy all over the Ayres John G Taylor S111 W R Boouesborougu country and has nev- Â¬ hearts that cau not he filled The was killed by Thomas OBrien Jr at Taylor John Farley James Farley er lived far from that point He often funeral services were held in the First Leils Opera House in that city last Presbyterian church Thursday after Â¬ Saturday night D M Bright W B Bright and Caleb picked up bullets and other souvenirs noon at 330 conducted by Rev Dr Willi J C of the fortified times Shearer Stockton by Rev Dm Tryjv V trifle with any Throat or v Lung Mr Shearer has had a quantity of Ezekiei Foieman assisted HtiKhes J 8 Collins W D Alversou If you L G Barb mr Win Crow and L H a Cough or Cold Disease children have run iu his lire but he never lost much or the aro George House Willis Roland Blautou thence her burial in the Rich Â¬ threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough Adams Express Company Milward time rrom busines He was u poor mond cemetery A use Ackers English Remedy and prevent beautiful prayer was Brown E E McCauu T L Martin boy and began lire by driving Iiogs delivered at the grave Rev Wm Crow further trouble It is a positive cure J A Higgins Chas Waller Claude from here to South Carolina and we guarantee It Price 10 and 50c He The oollege closed its doors in honor W G White Prescription Druggist Co C B Pralher W E walked there and back numbers or Smith Ballard Luxou and Bland times at 10 a mouth and expenses of her who m c ntr br el to much Luxon to the life or many of the students aud The Colorado river iu Texas was Geo M Wlllging Ballard W A Once he carried a drove or hogs by w ay or Cumberland Gap to Richmond Va who had takeu such interest iu the frpzen over last week the first time Hall Denny Green M B Arbuckle or the hutltutitm The young since the settlement of the country W C Gormley L Oliver Piggs After a time he began to buy aud wellmre gentlemen showed their last token or The Ice was reported 4 to 12 inches Riohmond for himself Once he paid 125 and Irviue Stage Line drive respect and love by attending the thick Leslie Pigg H B Dillingham Zeua a hundred pounds here aud lost money Douglas and Lewis Todd W B Ben Â¬ on the lot at Charleston It usually fuueiul iu u body J S Collins ny Webber Huls H J Streng Jacob required two mouths to make one of Will sell you your carpets at a bottom BORN Breck Charley those pedestrian lound trips Finally Samuels Wiggins figure He Sews aud Lays them for Douglas Second National Bank Lee he engaged in the mule trade aud for To the wife or Marel Denlinm of you and thus rids you of the trouble Coley C C Wallace Taylor Rice forty years did a large busiueas He in Matching them Call aud see Jr D P Armer Mrs Armer bought drove aud sold probably six Waco on January 21st a boy T 8 bim jatil8 3ra Brouston J J Brooks Jas Brooks and Wm thousand or seven thousand mules MP Arrangements have been made for Clelland W B White J L Baxter Occasionally he bought a slave and meeting by the end of the month the Harvey Dougla H C Douglas P from first to last owned near three hBn BEREA present heavy demand in business Rinhmoml dral He nover neglected to purchase M Poie David Powers Mill Co R E L Barlow Richmond a good farm that happened to be for cenlersfor one two and five dollar The Law and Order League will hold silver ccttlficates Coal Co J SL Christopher Bonanza sale In his neighborhood aud several a meeting on Saturday Mills M G Y Foreman On First years ago wnen he divided his estate Miss Hattie Scott from Illinois has A Question street Ramsey Oldham A Oldham among his eight children lie had two Where are you going to buy your Jack Freeman D R Freeman and A thousaud two hundred acres of ex- Â¬ come to spend tlie winter with her sister Mrs Julia Hunting drugs and books this jeur I invite E Rowland John McKenno Jerry cellent laud Powers J B Stoufler D C Bigger Mr Shearer cast his first vole for Mis Florence Gerry has returned from your trade W O Wihtf staff Trlbble Blount F W Miller John Quiucy Adams and has ever Orange N J where she spent several Druggist Second street near Garnett 8 Pragbelmer R fa Rice W D since voted the straight Democratic months with friends House Weatherford Geo Weatherford W ticket jan18 tf Religiously he is a Baptist Mr Joseph Treadway from m T Edwards Green Edwards W C thougti never united with the church made a flying call on friends in Owsley Eugene Cullutt illed at Bowling Mrs this place Freneb John A Mershoii Ou Irviue until late in Jife He never smoked Prof Wright took his wife by special Green one day last weekfrom the ef street Lyman Parrish Lee Parrlsh nor chewed but it would in all protm frct or Injuries reclved F C Hays SJNewmeyer Post offlee bilily be unwise to olfrr Mm a mint train to Cincinnati last Friday She n week ago She was awhile coasting bride of but D Z Taylor and Miss Lucy Deather julep or any thing Iu that line if you goes for hospital treatment for her disease five weeks nervous prostration age 8 Dlnelll Joe Gluncliigliani didnt want him to accept and Robt Baldwin On Second We should not close tills sketch A Vote to be Taken The regular monthly temperance meet street Mrs A D Flora Miss Florence without saying that our suijeet was ing occurred last Tueday night The And It is thought that a laige majori- Â¬ Flora W G White H L Perry twice married and with his second Detnorest prize contest awakened great ty will be In favor n Geo W Pickels Emmett Milter wife he resides in a neat cottage at interest and the Chapl was full The Prescription Drug trading at Whiles Store on Second street Richmond Marble Works A D Flora Red House station ou Keuurky Ceo- - contestants were well prepared the music near the Gariieu HtMJS Jaulmf Â¬ Â¬ i- At the Junction at North Ver-Â¬ week Tlio Ici Pal tce at St Paul was opened In the presence of 35000 people A Notice personage known as Borcalis Rex es corted by 100 lobogganfsts formerly Al persons having claims against the took possession of the building tied estate of James O Long deceaed will eating It please present hra to me or Lyman Par rsh po eily verified fjr pament on or An Excellent Map before the 1st day of April 18SS All persons indebted to the estate will Among Ihe latest exhibitions cf please call at once and pay same what Is possible to accomplish by the Mrs M M LONG engravers art is a large pocket man ifetet Administratrix just issued by the St Paul Mltineapo PERKINS Its Muni oba Railway showing the North western country between Chi W S Sowers bought of Robt Goins cago aud Ihe Pacific Ocean In detail his crop of tobacco at i cents A wipy will be mailed free to any ad B 5ufl J L Sowers lias resigned his position dress upon appliealluii to C H Warren Gen 1W Agent St P11I Minn with Robinson Bro Ask for map H Joe Sowers fell dead at trie home on the aSlii of January alter eating a healthy The lime was when chickens look breakfast lie was supposed to be in the cholera we suid good bye chick but now we give them Canters chick- Â¬ good health Dropsy of the heart en cholera cure knowing full well that THE NEW PSALM OF LIFE they will soon be all right again Sold by Stockton Willis It IForTiiE CiJMAX 1 President Cleveland excited Wash Tell mc not in mournful numbers lugtoii Friday by taking a long walk Women are not prone to fliit with President Fairchild on Pennsyl Â¬ For within my heart there slumbers vania avenue This is said to be his Pamful knowleJge of the hurt first public appearance as a edestriau Tis the plain truth told in earnest since his residence iu the White House Willi the jilted I condole Sad experience ever burnest Seeing a Dollar L In the ffepths of my poor soul Some men can seg a dollar a hmg FOR way oil but eveo body can save a In enjoyment ami not sorrow GEXTLE3IEX dollar by I railing at Whiles Presorip With our poor hearts trifle they lion Drug Store 011 Second street near For they hae on each to morrow The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world madi without tacks or nails tlie Garuett House jau 18 tf Flirted one more than to day As stylish and durable as those costing Arts arc great and every meeting Suits have been Hied iu the Circuit fo or 6 and having no tacks or nails to Though our hearts are stout and brave Court at Jeilersonville by the State of w ear the stocking or hurt Ihe feet makes litem as comfortable and welt fitting as a Always ends in our retreating Ilidiauu against David M Allen late hand sewed shoe Buy the best Kone With our hopes dashed in tlie grae steward of the Prison South for the genuine unless stamped on bottom W recovery ol 200000 ot which it is L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted When on Cupids field of battle 1 SHOE W L DOUGLAS the original cluimed he ilefi auded the Stale in In the Ioe affairs of life and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which connection with a number of others Be not like dumb driven cattle equals custom made shoes costing from 6 Be a hero in the strife too J S CoIIinss L- - DOUGLAS Y 250 SHOE is unex- Â¬ Trust no woman howeer pleasant Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- - celled for liavy wear Do not by her smiles be led tuie Lace Curtains Window Shades W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by When she gets j our nicest present all Ho s and is the best school shoe in c Carpets janl8 3m the world Down shell drop you on our held Carpets All the aboc goods arc made in Con- Â¬ Starting then just where we find us You will find Ihe biggest stock the gress Button and Lace and if not sold We can make our mistry sweet by our dealer write W L DOUGLAS Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles Brockton Mass Fy reenge on those wIkj mind us and the Lou est prices at J S CoIIinss Drinking in what we repeat JACK FREE3IAX Agent Richmond Ky Â¬ was good and the meeting was a markt d success The award of the judges ga e the silver medal to Mr E G Dodge On Friday night another contest was held at the Glade church under theaus- pices of the W C T U The exerches were interspersed with music prepared for tlie occasion and another pleasant and profitable meeting was enjoyed Mr Degmau was the successful competitor for the medal imstnlfiis T T M OVERHAULED Â¬ Â¬ Prices Marked Down to Make Hverytking Move at Q Stieogs Louisville StorUl We are just through taking our annual invoice and find we have a L OOilOLaS great many goods that 3 lioe M UST -- BE SOLD GO 5 m mm m AND TO MAKE THEM GO TVE II AYE ituek th Knife Deep into Prices So We want the money for them and prices will hring it Goods kfnadlsl that they WILL janlS3m House unseated Mr Rardin ol The Greenup county aud si aed Sir Cullm Dry Knifed Deep ifebtf Tlie question was lie disqualification of Mr Bardin at the time of the elec- Â¬ tion by reason of his holding a Federal office The Louiswlle Southern is certainly coming Clothing Knifed Deep Boots u Q Shoes Knifed Deep Iu i ua a a MS fiB i railroad but The public are in ited to call on mc for Whites Prescription Drug Store is Cloaks Knifed Deep already here Stcoud street near the Garuett House Jan IS tf 40t Soother at hand It is the only safe medicine yet mado that will remove all infantile disorders It contains no Opium cr Morphine but give3 the child natural earn from pain Prico 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist 1 Kr0t B Hats Caps Knifed Deep NOTIONS Knifed Deep In Fact EYerytliiiiff Has Been Knifefl Deep Come and fiSCKWe want the money Call early and see us and save money secure the harvest at ftVA PaaiK i mul MiAnc MWl IlilU 13HVUB which I am now selling at very low prices to make room for m immense he Mississippi House has passed a bill pensioning former Confederate soldiers who are imw unable to sup Â¬ port themselves extending the same benefits to tlie colored servants who attemleil them in tlie field and who which I will have on in about thirty days are in like condition I carry the following celebrated custom made brands which are guaranteed STOGIS it Â¬ is warranted i3 because it is tho best Blood Preparation known It Will posi- Â¬ tively cure all Blood Diseases purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up tho constitution Remember we guarantee it W G White Prf ciiption Druggist JN N Cloy s Indies Childrens Ziegier Hros Lndies it Gents Brew Selby Jc Cos Indies H J STUEISTGS Mammoth Louisvills Store Ilest II K Bros Gentlemens Flaggs Heavy Goods Syrup of Pigs Is Natures iwn true laxative It is the most easily taken and the most efiective remedy known to Cleanse the Aiilhotiies Childrens Edrin Clapps Gentlemens THE CORNER SABDIiERY Â¬ Allen System when Bilious or Costive J to dispel Headaches Colds and Fevers Calt and I can show better than I to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges Â¬ can teil yoo that I an selling CHEAP Respectfully tion Piles etc Manurictured only C C WALLACE by the Calffornia Fig Syrup Coniiny Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house corner of San Francico Cai Sold by Stockton P S I am agent for X Y Steam Main and Second btreets Kichmond Ky Willis 12janly Ladies nd Gentlemens work Laundry m solicited febi iy George Peppers a tramp died at Sar coxie Mo from exposure He made a CHAS S POWELL GEO Y FORMAN fortune of hair a million in the days of There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance the oil excitement in Peunsylvaniiiand afterwards lost it in Wall stieet be- Â¬ and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the houee coming a tramp Iu 1S77 and sticking to They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made it until death claimed him in their shop of the best materials They have POWELL F0BMAN I Tito Popular Approval Fire Insurance l3S3 35 Â¬ ld Â¬ Of the ellorts of the California Fig Syrup Company to present to the public an agreeable and ellective substitute for tlie bitter nauseous liver medicines and cathartics formerly used is as gratifying to jfho Company as it is credible to the good taste of the public I he large and rapidly increasing sale of Syrup of Figs and tiie promptly beneficial effects of a single dose are convincing proofs that it is the must easily taken and the most pleasantly efiective remedy known dec2S 4t Â¬ Every Style and Variety of Harness Wc represent the following Insurance home mnde Companies and solicit your patronage Guardian of London Assets Queen of Liverpool German of Frecport Commercial Union of London Firanans Fund of Cal Total Fund - 25603323 00 2100114 00 11701193 00 204842 00 55172722 00 F Powells office on Second Street and Formans at Bonanza Roller Mills dec 28 1 y Powell Form ax J Williams Probate Clerk at Little Rock Ark was shot and per Â¬ Â¬ H0 Â¬ haps fataly wounded by Samuel Miller Wednesday night Williams is a native or Boyle county aud a nephew I wish lo sell privately my home or the first wire or Hon M J Dur Â¬ place of 50 ACRES OF LAND one ham Controller of the Treasury half mile from Kingston in Madison county Ky THE HEAVY BOOT TRADE Goofl Home ForSale and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Tbetr stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Clotlts embraces variety as well as ele Â¬ gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen awl rubber riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variy Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy ami plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers liorse blankets borse boots c toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges A full line of collars hames trace chains back bands liame strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for fanners and wagoners TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN TIIEIIi LINE Saddlery hurdware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house JjST Retnember the place llerndons Corner Main and Second Streets ii 1 J I Â¬ 1 has revolutionized tlie worm uuriug inu isi QUICKEST MOST DIRECr AND FAVORIB LINK TO Hull century Mil least amone the wonders of inveulive procrw Is n method ami syKtera of work that can be performed nit over the country without separating the workers Florida Birmingham Chattanooga liberal nny A bill has been introduced empower-Â¬ from thlr homes Pay sex young orone ean New Orleans W no do the work either ing the Louisville and Nashville Rail- speelnl ability required Ixpllnl not needed Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all- - the road Company to double track its Hue you aro started frve Uut this out ami return 10 us and we will keml you free some lung from Loiisvllle to Lexington and to or great value and importance to you ttml wlllKtart you Iu busiiitws whleh will brine build a connecting line between Shel you in more money right away thau nny IhinijelHe in byville and Bagdad thus materially Add est True the world Gmml outfit free Vo Augusta Maine shortening the distance between Louis Â¬ nov SO lv ville and Frankfort Its warded are tliose who read liit and then U they will Ami tolHionrtli emtjtoymeut Ohio City of Tolkdo State of UiaCwBf not take ttiern front Lucas County 8 S j their luHiR t ui fromites The proflls ar THE SOUTHERN THE PACIFIC COAST- Cjikmky makes oath rtHHleaiHl n fKwrittktHH ie ril humtard Frank J uitHith oy fur any t wtll that lie is the senior partner of the doMaisa and itriwaM per rlny wh i one to J5 make vx youir oul capiCo doing ItiKlilLWork KltHef Mart yo or Kveythtng linn of F J Chunky e tal net ncrdl business iu the City ol Toledo County new K kiwi ihI ability reurriraa you can It as welt aa any - write aud State aforesaid aud that said firm readerat oncedo full pHrtleulam wBwli we to nx for Trains Moriiins ami malt free Address MllDsun iJo-- PtirtHnd will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED iliilne the Important Cities ol IhsSoalh wllhent eliaoge uov 30 ty DOLLAHS for each and every case 814 Woodern exls in thousands ot or Catakrh that can not IX-- cured by TO JACKSONV forms but are u roamed bv tba Only Line marveU or invention Thte wbe the use of Hams CATAitrui Cukb are iu need of profitable work that FRANt J CHENEY own be done white Irving at home should at Hut Sworn to before me and subscribed one feud their address to tree let t St Vo Port- Â¬ Special land Maine aud receive full infurma iu my presence this 6th day of Decem- Â¬ tira bow ell her atx of alt age can earn tek Buffet Cara bd PiillmauS 44iftaalJifcttiitwjMrtitee ltow Patters from to 25 per day and upward wherever ber A D 86 they live You arc storied free Capital uot reqaiied- - Kane have mule ovei toil tu a A W GLEASON Nearly 5 RaUroaas SSSTc slngteduy iUlhWwtrU All unseed j sbil f jxotaw PuWio nov 89 ly nranaCeatmlUiitenDtrtlB Utnatamff- - iRMscwEan IwMtag ttekets ft iMt Bo aro llMreareiaveltrnnjiferRWMaUeatrWMara a JtMtntajr aMonunU wtttt Mtt mih4 eomfttniuid cenveuteaee Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter Â¬ nally and acts directly upon the blood Ua via- - Queen and CfesciwiJ aud mucus surfaces of the system Mrs BeIe Urecfe cdored is prepared to do washiittf at reasonable rales at Send for testimonials free her residence on Fhsi street 4ippi3ite PaaI BalKllug West FiHwth ut CTnelanatt OMe ner3 F J CHENEY CO Toledo O tlie school house Give hpr a samnie JOUN4JUAULT HtUJRAN by J J Brooks 75 centu WrSolil washsng and you will see that her tM5Llan8er- W58T1 PMMOer A- I Jeu58 1 atrv worfc k wll tkiHs JmISIih atBvnKiUftrjBlaHnJat4 0aMUJ lrni TminrTVilmaif Is about ivernnd Wallace has a quantity in stock which he means to dispose of at low prices aud at once Call and examine these boots and shoes They are full stock well made and the prices low He does nut intend to carry them into the spring aud sum- Â¬ mer Ho means to sell them aud make room ror spring aud summer goods Remember the place the Burgin stand formerly tlie Moberley stand on Main street third door from Brookss corner or third door below Second National Bank janll tf Â¬ Â¬ Dwelling -- - House janu W C GORMLEY CO iy of four rooms and hall Good cistern buggy house and all nut buildings and one of the best stables in tlie county Good orchard Convenient to schools churches mills shoplores and sim- Â¬ ilar places Grout place for physician Terms easy or merchant 23n4t W B STIVERS QUEEN AND CEESCENT HOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads im T 2 PriGiDal Points Sontli East anfl Sontli West I R0UCET0 Â¬ Nislit gML1 DIP MncQSVrtira Leii suSS aTK Ul WASHIIffCH Travel ks Ia JW I V mm -- - I J v ii ss z I MISCELLANEOUS The hammering of brass in a I Phnade4pbladeoerdvo art society has been enjoined The rural peace and fqnlotncss of the town must be pre- iserved The thermometer has shown bat ifertj eight degrees in Greenland thus far this winter and the inhabitants talk ef adrortising the conntry as a Horida resort for invalids First Areola Man What is yonr opinion of Anarchy Second Areola Maa Its just the thing Im a base ihaH player and nib myself with it every night to take oat the soreness Areola Bceord So se one asks Does it pay to ibe good Perhaps evidence in the matter trill not be takes and so we shaH net answer the question directly bat we wfll say that is good to be paid Letectt OUisen When a lady enters a crowded street ear she should net rush for the freat end at once as she invariably dees bat tarn and look at the men on the end of the seats They get them because they know thev are safe Pa said little Johnny teacher is thinking aboat promoting me Hew do yoa know Fromwhatshe said to day And what was that She said that if I kept on Id belong to the criminal class Merchant Trav- Â¬ eler A Yankee Captain was caught in the jaws of a whale bat was finally resoaed badly wounded On being asked what be thoaght while in that position he replied I thoaght he wottld make aboat forty barrels Exchange A grocer at Lafayette Ind stored twenty five tons of groceries on a floor made to hold up fifteen tons and was the most saqtrised wan in town when everything gave way with a crash He had never figured on preesare and reeietaaee Dress said Bagley with all the force of an original idea does not make a man No replied Pom pane gloomily as he fingered his wifes dressmakers bill he had jast received bat it often breaks a man Philadel- Â¬ phia CeM What is the price of that tea she asked of the guileless grocer One dsUar Barf marm was the response Is net that too steep was the next question and the U replied Yes marm thats what they do with it Bestvn Commercial Bulletin Mr Waldo a guest of Mrs Wa Â¬ bash of Chicago That is a very odd looking table knife Mrs Wabash sil- Â¬ Mrs Wabash Yes ver is it not it has been in the family a great many years and I prize it very highly as an heirloom I only use it to eat pie Texas Sitinge wkh Zedekiah 1 saw 3 on coming oat of that saloon on the corner this after- Â¬ noon said a woman to her husband She spoke with chilling severity bat Zedekiah rallied and exclaimed wkh an air of innocent surprise Well my dear yon woahlnt have jour hasband staying in a saloon all dav woald year --V Y Ledger Do yoa intend to try housekeep Â¬ ing asked one traveling man of an other as they were discussing their O yes will try it Weve pteBfi got the place aad there are only fif- Â¬ teen or twenty payments dae aad a oewpte of eatside mortgages on it bat wc shall nevertheletra do our best to keep the hoase Merchant Ttwvelcr The Dignity of Art He Are you cMagany painting now Mis Glaize Ko Im not painting Im work She He ing in pastel Pastel Whats O colored chalks yoa She that know the best fleets are got with the tip of the finger He O I know Ive seen the men doing it on the pave-Â¬ ments Awfully jolly Fun The earthquake of last year left deep pits in the land between Charles Â¬ ton and Summerville and on the mar gins of thoe was white sand such as is seldom foand except near the sea Â¬ shore On this sand has sprang ap a donee growth of sea weeds and it is conjectured that the setds whence sprung this growth had been buried at a groat depth for many centuries Xo it isnt so much the confine- Â¬ THE COLONELS TRIALÂ¬ Didnt Want to rIIear MIraxda Talk Hat She Wouldnt Hath One of the most annoying faults of the hired eolored totdjr is her porsist ent disposition to talk about the affairs of her own family Sometimes despite every attempt at discouragement she will begin a story of which her brother is the hero and keep it up until paÂ¬ tience is gray haired with age Ma rinda Napoleon a likely colored woman applied to Colonel Wetheral for a position of trust in his family She began to toll him of her honesty That makes no difference said the ColeneL I dont care whether you are honest or not and you may be reasonably negligent in the discharge of your duties but there is one thing I wish to impress upon yoar mind Whats dat Colonel case I can do S SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY Fewpeopla carry the head erect that is to say perfectly balanced on the end of the spine like the end of a walking stick It is always leaned to one side or the other Missouri copper mines that have been idle for two or three years are be Â¬ ing operated and valuable bodies of ore are being opened up F6reign capital has recently taken hold of several neglected mines The higher of the two peaks of Kilimanjaro the loftiest mountain in Africa has just been ascended by Dr A Meyer of Lelpsic who places its height at nearly 20000 feet The hypothesis has lately boon ad- Â¬ vanced that if sounds do not actually possess colors that sound is at least in- Â¬ timately connected with color and this idea is supported by tho fact that there are persons who aro endowed with such sensibility that they can not hear a sound without at the same time perceiving colors A noted archaeologist who has been exploring the ruins of Uxmak Yucatan claims to have discovered tho remains of three dead cities the vestige of the first being many feet down on the same site The relics indicate civiliza- Â¬ tion much superior to that of the pres- Â¬ ent day and that the city mast have flourished twenty thousand years ago Prof Sachs the great German bot anist has discovered that the ultra vio- lot and invisiblo rays of the solar spec- trum especially promote the develop ment of flowers the growth of which is exceedingly feeble when tho rays arc suppressed although that ot the other parts of the plant is voiy luxuriant Public Opinion Are shooting stars ever the cause This question is of mysterious fires suggested by Mons Charles V Zenger of the Paris Academy of Sciences who thinks that forests and ovori buildings may have been set on fire by burning meteors Investigation shows that many fires the origin of which could not be explained have occurred at tho seasons of periodical showerj of shooting-stars or thing I do not wish you to take me into your confidence and tell me about your family I dont want to hear a word aboat yoar mother and father I unerstands sah I will pay you extra to keep your month shut Speak when yoa are aHy up of all my cherished church associa Â¬ tions of the last fifteen years That is hard to hear very hard Chicago The old Senate House of historic renown at Kingston N Y has been restored and now stands as it did in former days The walls of the build lag are over two hundred years old and were erected by Colonel Wessel Ton Breeek in 1676 It was in this building that John Jay in 1777 drew the draft of the constitution of the State of Xew York WOULDNT A SIothrr-ln-La- ir ment and hard labor that I regret mdty said the bank embeaaer who had just been sentenced to a term of years in the penitentiary it is the breaking INTERFERE Kfp ner Mho Knowi Uotr to Toncue from Wajslne married children Ive always said that I never would and I why Hattie Breone yoa aint using yoar best silver- Â¬ ware evwy day I hope Yes mamma Chaancy likes it 0 he does well it makes an awful sight of work scouring it and yoa know yoa aint extra strong Bat as I was saying I dont believe in Hattie I hope you dont try to keep that baby dressed in white all the limcP Yes mamma dear Ohaaaey dislikes colors on a baby 0 well I suppose the child mast wear white then bat it must make your wash bills awful heavy How over as I was saying Chauncr if I was you Id speak to the batcher aboat leaving so much fat on the steak Ohaaneylikositthatway mamma 0 does he Well hedbeUer learn not to like it its unhealthy You oughtnt to put sugar in tomatoes Hattie theyre healthier without Bat mamma Chauney O if he likes them so of course its no afiair of mine But wont oat thorn that way Seems to mo I smell tohacee smoke I gnoss its Ouauneys cigar smoke No said ok Mrs Dragon who had just arrived for her visit at the home of her newly acquired Chaancy Ikvette No I dont believe in mothers-in-lainterfering in the affairs of their son-in-la- w w I I He doesnt smoke in the fmcf Why yes he he does mamma Merey on us I wonder the baby lives through it Bat of coarse its bis own house and Chaancy dont you think Hattie looks thin and pale I noticed soon as I saw her Hattie yon make yoar coffee ontirely too stroBg Cbanney likes it so aad Thats jast what makes his color so bad ami yoa know very well that you oughtnt to touch it Chauncr that baby mustnt wear spring heels yet Ilt change these boots yoa brought home this evening And you and Hattie make a mistake in feeding the child as yen do TH see to its diet hereafter and I think I mast speak to your proÂ¬ vision man aboat the meat and pota- Â¬ toes And I think Hattie that your serraBt Beads a little looking after And Chauncr Im afraid yen burn too xouoh gas and Im sure the furnace wastes ooaL If I can find a good carÂ¬ penter armnd here Id like to change seme of these doors I dont betters in meddling mothers-in-labut its a rea help sometimes to have a little ad Zena Dane rice isot it children in Detroit Irct Prea w Starfish have done great damage this year to the oyster beds of Fair Ha- Â¬ ven Conn Some entire beds valued at 20000 each have boon destroyed and it is estimated that 300000 worth of damage has beon done To uieot the undoubtod demand for something to dostroy the starfish a Yankee has in- Â¬ vented a dredge which takes the star- Â¬ fish and leaves the oysters and several owners of bods are using it Magnesium the metal which pro- Â¬ duces such an inteusoly bright light while burning and which has been most generally used in ribbdn shaped strips Is how being made use of for the purposes of instantaneous photography For this a magnesium powder is now manufactured which when ignited by the electric spark makes a brilliant Goon and instantaneous flash The subject Yes bat Henry he tuk a Win having been posed and the camera ar- Â¬ bridle ranged the powder is ignited and an instantaneous photograph is the result Stop The scant crop of potatoes this last Didnt yer tell me ter go on Yes I tell yoa to go away from year suggests the inquiry whether wo do not depend more upon this article here I dont want you of diet than its nutritive value warrants Whut yer greeter hire me far den We aro apt to think it indispensable in Aint my sciety pleasin ter yer You cant keep your mouth shut Borne fonn at least at breakfast and dinner and yet the ratio of catbonacc and I dont want yon Now go ous or heat producing matter it con- Â¬ Why yors da cariest pusson I neb tains is nearly twice as great in propor- Â¬ ber seed Doan kere ter stay heah tion to the nitrogenous matter as it Â¬ case yers sorter common folks no should be to constitute a perfectly how Tse glad I refused yer offer ter healthful food hire me Good mawnin sah Opie Bead in Texat Silings PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS The fellow who asks how to know J ILLS OF BACHELORHOOD it bad egg must have lost two of his five An Article Which Wa rfdbablr Written senses Marthas Vineyard Herald by a Marriageable Maiden When a washerwoman changes her One reason among bachelors for not place of residence one may ask her marrying is that they think by keeping where she hangs out now without clear of matrimony they will avoid all using slang Ex care expense and responsibility respect- Â¬ The tramp never seeks a vacancy ing the next generation and secure an He has a vacancy A vacancy of hi3 equable and certain happiness in life own and it takes about all his time to even to its close Poor unhappy men keep it filled Puck it is little they know of the Way in It has been averred that a lady which affairs are really to be run in with a diamond ring will scratch her the future In regard to this expecta- Â¬ nose in a given period four times as tion we would just ask if any one ever often as any other woman knew an old bachelor who was not Stranger Is Mr Blinks in hardened some way or other with chil- Â¬ Hotel Clerk Yes hes in his room dren Are they Bot sure to have Tell him Mr Schwifferwitzenouter brothers ami sisters who bring whole heim Front tell 126 a gentle- Â¬ legions of children into the world man from Cincinnati wishes to sec which children are sent to visit regu Â¬ him Omaha World larly in alternate lots their bachelor Away with superstition A Mich Â¬ uncle partly to relieve the press of mat-Â¬ igan girl has found 2125 four leaf ter at home and partly from a benevo- Â¬ clovers and isnt married yoL An lent desire to provide him with com Â¬ Omaha girl who found out how to make pany and partly to cheer his solitary pumpkin pie was married in three parlor months Omaha World Is not our uncle appealed to on A great many men who insist upon every occasion of expense such as the having their grocers send everything fitting out of a boy for college and the they buy to their homes are perfectly sending of another to school And willing to carry home a large load does he not thus in the long run dissi- Â¬ rather than inconvenience the saloon- Â¬ pate as much of his hard earned gains keepers Nebraska Slate Journal as if he had had children of his own How it all comes back to me in whieh case moreover he would have murmured the poet sadly as with prac- Â¬ had a little more of the honor to con- Â¬ ticed fingers he estimated the thickness sole him for the cost No no tell us of the portly package of MSS which not of the saving of bachelorship One he had just taken from the post office way or another the expense of rearing Ex the next generation is pretty well dis- Â¬ A man who will spoil a fifty cent tributed over society pair of suspenders to hang himself But old bachelors are not suffered to with when a whole clothes line can be escape with simply providingfor a troop bought for fifteen cents can not expect of nephews and nieces they very fre- Â¬ this economic generation to remember quently become the prey of their serv-Â¬ his other virtues over Sunday GoM handlod umbrellas aro com Â¬ ants who consider their property a fair subjeet of plunder in every possible ing into fashion The handle is so ar- Â¬ shape Where is the old bachelor tho ranged that it can be taken off This man wlto perhaps abstained from mar Â¬ is an improvement on the old style riage to escape being ruled who is not where the entire umbrella was taken wholly ruled three quarters tormented off Yonkers Statesman and at least half robbed by a Jenny or The Previous Question Clara a Betty or a Mary some old withered I love but thee alone Indeed I speak female domestic who knows his cue the truth He paused thcblushoer and manages him accordingly No spread her cheek She let him draw no it is all staff to talk of there being her near scarce for emotion could she any saving or any defense against speak Yet still sho asked in accents being ruled in old bachelorhood If meek Hw much have you a year bachelors knew their own interests in N T Ledger Miss time they would in reality marry in rime Philosophers dis-Â¬ self defense agree as to whieh period of lifo seems What is your Finally as to their assurance of hap Â¬ the longest to mankind Doctor meditative Â¬ piness to the very close of life nothing opinion doctor could be more wilfully absurd If hap-Â¬ ly Well it varies In women for instance the longest is generally be- Â¬ piness depended alone upon wealth which it notoriously does not then it tween twenty nine and thirty I know might be secured Bat happiness de Â¬ in my wifes case ten years elapsed be Â¬ pends upon the cultivation of the social tween her twenty ninth and thirtieth Judge affections so far as it depends on any birthday Good morning Mr HilL Whats thing earthly and this is the vnry point Mr Hill the matter with your eya which the bachelor has neglected 0 ono of those idiot editors put an e in While more psudent men made provis Â¬ ion in middle life for the neeoeitios of my name instead of an 1 and I went up Well age by rearing attached and honora- Â¬ to have it out with him Friend sanctum-sanctoruble offspring who at last become a did you find him in his Yes I did and beÂ¬ Mr Hill great comfort to them the poor timid ami unfoivoeiiig bachelor thought that sides having an t knocked out of my because he wns contented to enjoy name I hod an eye knocked out of my De- Â¬ wealth he would alwavsbeso and ac Â¬ person Bad set those editors cordingly he went on in a ittite of de- Â¬ troit Free Frets clared rebellion against nature till at The French Presidents Perquisites length when it is too late he finds The President of France tiallowed himself unable to be comforted by his fire wood candle and gasligllt men gold ami totally destitute of what servants the wages and board of whom alone could make him happy N Y the State pays as well as the liveries leader of whom it buy two carriages a car- Â¬ The interesting fact is stated that riage for his secretaries two military three civil secretaries so indeetractibte by wear or decay is wsretaries the African tcakwood that veesels house linen and the cost for washing It built of it have lasted one hundred vegetables for his table from the ex years to ie than only broken up be Â¬ royal garden flowers from his green- Â¬ cause of their poor saHinr qualities house and ball rooms from tho city from faulty models The wood in faot nursery gardens valuable preserves in Hve forests of Marly and llnmboulliPt is one of the most remarkable known which not only supply his table with all on account of its very great weight hardness and durability Ms weight vary Â¬ the game it can consume but enable ing from f orty two to fiftj two pounds him to put away about 8000 n year per eu hie foot it works easily but on Tc President has a box at tho opera account of the large quantity of sDex nud at tho Francais paid by tho State contained in it the tools employed are His sitting room is fitted up with tele- Â¬ quickly worn away It also contains phones n hicli enable him and his fam- Â¬ an 01 which prevents spikes and other ily to hear iperas without stirring from cluaiieycrncr This too is paid iron work with which it ift in contact t Y Trilune by tb9 nation from rtmng a m spoken to and then merely answer questions Why sah dis is de place dat Pse bsen looking fo all dose years I spies folks flat is alias wantin or pus son ter tain dem wid conversation case er body gits tired Now dars my sister Jane shes de udder way an But yoa are not to speak of your family Dat s de pint sah dats de pint I warked last year for Misses Simson an de folks kep me cr talkin1 all de time an mndder she tol me not ter pay no tention tor de folks Never mind all that I dont wish to bear anything of your mother I dont want you to mention Your family while you arc in this house Cose yer doesnt sah an I doesnt blame yer talL De las word my brud der Henry said ter me fore I lef dis mawnin was gibben me viae how ter please der white folks Henery hes cr favorit all down in our neighborhood Worked for old man Desmnkes three years an wouldnt er quit den cept de ole man died an ernuder pusson tuck de place Henrys de fines ban wid horses yer ever seed Dat clay bank hoss o Mr Andersons whut wouldntlet nobody go in de stable Say Marinda you Its je like I tell yer Dar want a blessed soul on de place dat could do nuthin wid dat hoss an Henry Listen to me I tell you Yes sah What was yer bout to observe I told you that I wanted to hear nothing about yoar family I soe though that you are like all the others I I CARE OF INFANTS Hott to Keep Cibr Winn Comfortable anil iu Good HUlili Warmth is one of the most impor- Â¬ tant agonts of lioaltli If indoe I it may not be onllud tlie chii f agent Cie of lite must surpessful masters of an E igiish bvs srhool was asked how he inanagml it alters so that his pupils conduct was universally re- Â¬ spected for good breeding and honor Â¬ I always able action lie ropliod Every boy U a keep them warm noral oowari whan he is cold Every grown person knows the truth of this pregnaut remark Nothing is moro miscrablr depressing in every sonso than chilliness arising from want of proper c rcnlaton Babies sufler more from this cause than almost any other Sleeplessness are all so many colic fretfnlness warnings of want of proper circula Â¬ tion and deficient warmth Mothers often have very enrions ileas on this sibjc1 they cover an infant over in iu cradle with heav blankets and consfortjiblcs and feel that allis right if when limy lifi it out after sloop it is moist i ith perspiration They look upon this artificially pro- Â¬ duced heat as healthful an 1 it delights them lw truth it is not desirable at alL Niiioty cight 10 ono hundred de- Â¬ grees is the normal temporal uro of a healthy child and any exooss of this is harmful Evt n caivfid nurses and experienced mothers misunderstand this question of temperature altogether Tlieyload the infants bmly with clothes and never reflect that unless its hands and i feot aro equally warm they are actualy making It suffer with every added garÂ¬ ment What is wanted is equalized circ ilation Ihronghnu the bo ly How B moans of two is this best attained very simple agents tho bath and tho drcs Fr3t the bath Every baby of course needs to bo washed all over in warm wator once a day but this diurnal bath is posiively hurtful un- Â¬ less it is accompanied by a good hon- Â¬ N iw rubbing is a thing est rubbing very few pcroiis undcrsanl al- Â¬ though it is such an indispensable part of the daily toilot To nib an in Â¬ fant properly requires great tender- Â¬ AH such rubbing ness and cam should be with a ciioulir niovmu nt of the palm of the hand and should ba rapid but with vory litilo pressure Above all the soles of the feot should be thoroughly rubbed in ibis way gently and quickly for at least two This promotes circulation minutes and sends tho blood flowing through the tiny heart In like manner the little hands should not be chafed up and down or squeezed but the palms should be treated in the same circular way Mothers as a rule pay a great deal more attention to an infants feet than to its hands Ihey would not think of van with its leaving it without s cks feet fastened up in a blanket but with the thermometer below z to they will let it flourish twu litilo red lisU in the cold morning air Yet how wre Chad it is to have cold hands every one iu cold liiltlion Little knows weather should not 01 ly have their hands rubbed frequently but th y ought to Ie4p in knitted mittens as soon as it becomes tlilicult to keep their hands und r the coreri 1 and that is as soon as they are resting Dress for infants has been written about until it Would seem that thcro is nothing to atl ami yet the mot important point iu regard to it is rarely alluded la Its w hoc obj it houul be comfort secured by tqunliz lion of to itperature anil no press aco any fewer a clothts The wlnrc so the child bettor Wears onos they are seniibla Bibys outfit should lw limiol to a made soft knitted undor--hi- rt high iu the neck with long sc ve and coming dwn well over the stomach over he usual flannel boml a wrapper 11 hIj of the finest Stxony flannel with a joke fa oniiigin front and lapping well over a d a dress of cambric wih 1 ng alcove and also made with a jokc There should be no strings to tie at all All the clothes even the frock should be fastjned in front with tiny buttons for the ivasn h it to an in Â¬ fant even tho pressure of bittons is of moment and the baby lying on its back is oftin distra332tl by strings or buttons between it ami the pillow No infant shoul I wear napkins without a b oaus h iwovar flannel outsda careful the ra itlier iav b they can not be always drr and th flm iel pre- Â¬ vents ilampne s from affecting the dress Iu dressitig an infant to go out it often saem rs if the little body must be crushed under the wraps which aio thought neoastary The use of numer- Â¬ ous or heavy w rajn is a mis ake It it only needful to have a eloe soft warm knitted sck to comn below tho feci with long s eeve- and then over that a light oaslim rj cloak not wad Â¬ ded but simply lined Weight should b3 avoided in every possible wav in dressing an infant Warmth equally distrib ited is tho main consderition and fliis is best secuiol by soft light knitted Saxony wool m c ts j toketa and They aro warmer thai flannel gar- Â¬ ments and cing more clussly and where such ar- - worn many outsido potticoiits can be dispensed with Janet E Bunlx Bcts in DemoresCs i WINTER FEEDING tfoir to rrodncc Beef Rntter and JlUkln a 1rnQtnlile 3Innner Supposing the an mils pq in tho jHiblo with a fdr amount of reservo tat and fl 1 lh complex problem presents iself of economic in door leading in a rigorous changeable sllmatu The first thing to bo seen to 11 or This shonll bo m the stnbl built immediately upon tho ground tho floor Whore the oattle stand should be of plank all other places rcment and the whole should lw water Look well to tho air and rat tigh floor f tr if all tho liquid and solid ma Â¬ nures ii cuding the liedding arc not returned to the fields and made tho most ot and supplemented and re-Â¬ inforced in every way possible the farm runs down and tho boy runs to town A cheap and moderately faUening raion for young animals would be tho one which wo ucd in 1883 in feeding throe steers wl ose combined weight 1 he r tiou per day was 1 95i pound mi aiiimnt consiscd of 90 pounds of 4 pounds cut corn stalks 5 ensilng pounds malt sprouts and 3 pounds of corn meaL Tho steers were fol tho nliove rath n for 48 diys oxcopt that tin March 23 1 pound of cotton seed meal was added EDUCATIONAL Patient wnitinir is often tho highÂ¬ est way of doing G mIs wilL Prayer ii tho outlet of tho saints sorrow and the inlet of their supports Flavel and comforts Tho absence of sontlmentalism in Chrsts relations with men is what makes his tendernoss so exquisitely Phillips Brooks touching Tho Christian who doos not enjoy solitude at times has not advanced far in the school of Christ The stil small voice comes in the still hour Chris- Â¬ RELIGIQUS AND - Sometimes truth is liko a keen weapon in a childs hand it makes lit- Â¬ tle impression because it is weakly wielded Do not therefore blame tho truth but tho woak hand Spurgeon Go on in tlio strength of tho Lord and put Christs love to the trial put upon it burdens and then it will appear lovo indeed wo havo not recoiirso to his love and therefore wc know it not Samuel Bulherford A good man in Now Bed ford was not so far out of tho wawhon ho used Breth to say in conforenco meeting ron wc have been mercifully spared in passing through many scenes and Boston Congregalionalisl Every man takes care that his neighbor shall not client him But a FEED COKSUUKD IX 41 DATS I 438 day comes when ho begins to care that Silage 4W pounds atfipetm Cut com stalks SW pounds at per ton 1 15 ho doos not cheat his neighbor Alien 50t Malt eproute 7 pounds at lit per ton Ho has changed his 900 nil goes well Corn raealWO pounds at 5 per ton Coltoa seod malll4poundsatH5parton 1 43 market cart into a chariot of the sun ttoVl Emerson Total Theodore Parker when uttering Tho gain in 48 days wns 482 pounds were then turned to pasturo the Lords prayer used to say For-Â¬ Tiie steers for C3 davs and during that time give us our tresspasses as wo should gained 557 ounds These steers cost forgive those who trepiss against us Load us from temp- Â¬ 5 cents and sold for G cents per Ho also prayed instead of Lend us not into tation j oiml H ro is a good feeding ration fi r temptation While tho church of Christ has cons woighing 1000 pounds in full beon gathering in not more than three milk and kept in warm stable 30 s Mangels t 203 per ton TO 30 millions of converts from the hoathon 01 jro Closer bay world tho natural increnso of that 013 603 Straw world lias been twonty millions Must 01 J 4m CornStalks Ml 2290 not a trcnimdous advance be made Corn meal e somewhere along our lines of work 1S00 It ran uu-seo- n- tian Advocate Cotton seed seal 4 22 Ml The Messenger Cost ot ratios for ono day W16J should be made in tho above Substi- tnto 4 pounds of corn meal f r the 4 pounds of col ton wed meaL The cost of ilrs ration is 15 9 ceils For a fat Â¬ tening lation add 2 pounds of corn meal to ihe niilk ration which nuikos the cost 182 cents for this ration For dry cows take from the milk ration 15 pounds of roots tho corn and cotton- Â¬ seed meals and 1 pound of bran or for the 3 pou mis of bran used substi Â¬ tute 2 intiuris of cotton seed moal tho cost of this ration per day boing 81 fcentA For butler the fdlowing clango 1 close-lit-tin- gj 1 - Month y How They Marry in India town inhabited At Trichur in the E ist Indies a chiefly by Nairs tho very rich an I oostly But here what- rbver kind of cloth it bi to give ono is very slgniHcau a a distinguished visitor to Trichnr found when he of Â¬ fered one to a N dr lady in whoso housoho had ived somo civility Whatever opinio i may bj held from a moral point ot view of these mar- Â¬ riage relations they result in manly males and for the most part comely and very often beautiful females Pull Mall Gatclle landholding class of the coast divorco seems to be as siniplo as marriage is easy The Nuir lady is a vory inde-Â¬ pendent person Somo ono offers a cloth that is the proposal If sho ac- Â¬ cepts it that is tho marriage If sho gets tired of her husband sho gets rid of him and takes up with another and ia not held to havo behaved dis- Â¬ gracefully in so doing To give a cloth as a present is a very common thing in India By cloth is meait tho garment worn by women in the East and it may be very plain and cheap or rc dwooverv of silk is at Â¬ tributed to oio of the wives of tho Emperor of Caina Hoang i who reigned bi lit two thousand yonrs bc forejhe Clni 1 an ora aid sinco that time a special spot has been alloted in tho gardens of the Chinese royal palnca to the culiiAviou of tho mulberry troo called in Chines j lha golden tree and to the koeping of silk worms The first silk dro 3 in history wta made not for a r vereign or a prottv wovnan but f r tho monsttr in huvina shjupe Hedogalmlus The adanciig master o far forgot him selt that when two men who had be9n AKjoiuckv sheriff who had been y concerned together in a murder wcro on the gallows he called ont as ho cut tho rope Swing partners Tid BW people tho ab ve rttion for a 1000pound animal will appear I suppose this small to others larg difference of opinion arises largely from the fact that few people really know how much their animals eat and drink But little ntten ion is paid to tho relative feeding values of cattlo Timothy foods found in the market hay is now selling for S15 n this mar Â¬ ket At this price it would bj dearer than any thing n cutionod in the above ration sliaw poMibly excepted ILisband j11 manures with tho gront- esl of care Genu mlT that ordinarily the are worth half ihecistof the food consulted bytli ammils Donttloso faith becaase om of the i fleets of tho manure will be found in your sons pockelbook years henc F Oil coarso and conoonraed foods together Feed lilwiillly at all times But feed P ircliMse a small steam boiler and enj iite and cut most of the rough feed mos on it wi h hot wator add g meal that is mak good cit fcd not wet doughy nor measure study sour s ufll Wrifli coat and vttt add a little steam to Tho ihe drinking water of ihc ratle best pur St and sweetest fo- d is nono ttogoid fur mich cuts and paraÂ¬ VIT AND WISDOM doxical its it ipayapieil I would earnestly rcro rnpid lliat nil f tho Tho man who wagers not is bet- Â¬ iiiaiiitr lie fid lack to the cows Baltimore Ameri- Â¬ P Bolero Agricultural Col tor than a better Prof I can eg CornU Umv rsitij The convict is naturally in a good THE YOUNG HUSBAND humorwhon hes breaking out While riiett the Slalrlminliil Collar Resins to hall Time I ill III Xcrk Hard work is a cure for almot evÂ¬ A ntisthi volts io nig married wom Â¬ ery human ill except the evil of hav Â¬ an very fond of socioty and uncom ing to work hard Journal of Educa- Â¬ n oily wis iu her dav and generation tion imparted to me the olhor evening a There are two kinds of olubs so piece of infur nation whoh I shall cial and constabulary and they aro 1 would not both efficacious in knocking a man out forthwith communicate toll it to evertT b xlv mark you for it Life s dang tous knowledge and should It is truo that the busiest man is by no means be intrusted in indiscreet the happiest man but ho often doesnt or evil mind d pcr ov Thoro is a havo time to realise it Burlington tiiii slie said shortly after a man 3 Free Press man od abn it sx months in most the sentence Teacher Correct cases whon ha is coiimonly seized Tho liquor which the man bought was with something verv like a fit of re- Â¬ drank Smart boy The man which pentance The collar begins to gall bought tho liquor was drunk Har- Â¬ his nrei he longs for freed m lively vard Lampoon recolb oiions of his c relets bachelor A daily Finnish paper is to be start- Â¬ days throng upon his mind he cnvitS It is safe to say that tho as yet unmarried man wonders ed in Michigan its editorials poems and news articles why he himself was i i such a hurry to sacrifice his independence in short as will all bo Finuisiied productions I gather that my informant meant Somerville Journal If a man could only ntilizo the to imply he is in a fit mool fori rta diffused radiance he witnesses aftor tion with somo other mans wif Â¬ bn tiliized and may fur this stepping on tho electric side of a banana peel Edison would have to show 1 purpose if proncrly handled A litis is verv bd an lotus hope a his bunting at half mast American Artisan wicked Hind on hi inanity Neverthe- Â¬ There j ad Mr Noscup turning I nm I admit that I was interest- Â¬ less it is said ed in the revelation as I always am in from his scientific journal a now diagnosis of human nature there aro no microbes to be found in Thats where the microbe and then to the dcsrripion has aftÂ¬ tobacco er all a protly natural look The shows his gi od souse Mr Noseup yews fact is that mankind does not bear in Â¬ Chicago Raskin says Man should resem- Â¬ vestigation However I dont intend We do not know what he to moralize or io express my own ble a rivor viow on tho sub ct bjit only to report means but suppose tho reason is that what I was t 1 The mood just indi Â¬ in order to amount to much in society cated my informant said in reply to ho should own a couple of banks Lowell ilizeti some questions on my pari is not usti ifilly a permanent one I shouldnt caro to marry a wo-Â¬ Here we como upon a moiv cheering as ct of human man who knows raoro than I do he Men Oh Mr DeSappy nature she continued she get remarked used to marriage as tho3 do to every replied with a coquettish shake of her thing else and the collar coases to fan lam afraid you are a confirmed galL I really think sho concluded bachelor Epoch that husbands aro often moro fond of Some ono ad vised Prosid en t Harri- Â¬ their wives afor a year or two than son to get a dog to watch his premises they were before Iu that time they and take cure of tho fruit trees Bot become dnmasicared and the rebel tor get a Sunday school teacher to take iuius fit disnpp ars Bit how abont care of tho children was the wiso reÂ¬ the wives Aro not thoy also apt to ply of the old soldier ropent of tiior bunraiu This is tho An Irishman called at the office of qnostidn that 7 chiefly wantod to ask a firo insurance company says The So- Â¬ but w m n are so prone to take things cial Science Beview to inquire of tho in a jwraonsl sons that I forbore to sgent what rate he could make him on seek iuf irmatini on ths point PerÂ¬ i ome proporty ho had to insure The haps however I can obtain it from agent replied It depends on the my renders Boston Post Oh thims all right ourrouudlngs It is surrounded on wan side by a Steel Shields for Soldiers barn all the olhor sides are surronded Experiments havo recently boon by wall its all null and Told as it wore made in Dm mark with steel shields It is needlosjwfb say tho invented by Captain Holstein of tho agent saw tho point and gave him a Danish iirinv and intnmliul In n ltm good rate cover to two men When not in uso thoy arc folded np and then occupy Not the Ambulance an area of only two feet square Tho Two hundred pounds of solid flesh shlohls contain four loopholes two at tho top and two at tho bottom Thoy rncased in dross bonnet shoos and are to bo used in what is known as other articles too numorous to mention camo down with a crash near the Sol- Â¬ stationary defense When a broast woik has beon demolished by diers Monument yesU rday afternoon the onemys artillery loni aid ftnd a woman yelled tho onomy advances to tho attack tliti enough to be hoard two blocks awry A pedestrian defenders turned aside and under ordinary oircum his hand and anxiously inÂ¬ btanecs aro exposed unprotected to Vria rrc It is thrn that thejshiolds aro quired Shall I ring for the imbulanco totoineiulo requsitiou As soon as the enemy has advanced to uiiLi maam No sirt hve hundred she snapped paces tho shields rrc as sho suddenly mounted and from this Ln started to pick bcrsclf up If you ptvvised cover It is thought that tht want to oblige mo wring tho necks of defenders would be aolo to repel the some of these people who are grinninjr attatk The trials made in Denmark as if I had never triod it before and its stated to I ave demonstrated tha hadnt got It down to a fine keibump J utility of Uic sblclt De rtiU Jrtt tVmsa JK X tetl jiid-eiou-ly light-handlin- to some id - Tho gospel says Dr Arthur Pier a two edged sword having law on ono side and grace on the other but they moot iu a poiut As tho sword loses its value to a degree if cither edge is dulled so the gospel is shorn of its power if only a part of tho message is given No man is fitted for doing the best work in the world if he is without rov eroncc Not only in the Bible but in all the wirld alioiit us and c pccially in human life God has taught us to cultivate this deposition and he has made us feel that wo arc sadlj wanting if without It Inited Preshyerian I have boon enabled to commit my soul to Him who say- - Him that cora oth unto mo I will in nowise cast out and who is able to save to the utter- Â¬ These two texts have been as most sheet anchors by which my soul has outrodo main a storm whon othcrwiso nowise hope would have failed takes in all characters and to the uttermost goes many a loauo beyond all difficulties I recommend those anchors they are sure and steadfast John KcwIoh What a sad world this would bo to a thoughtful man if there were nothing beyond this world Not for himself per- nfltnivi tlioro ia tin Oil nf linos luif f j another life to make this life tolcrablo to ono who observes and lollects On ever side there are deserving onos who sufler far more than the unde- Â¬ And there are saints whose serving lives are lives of toil and trial and Here often if not seeming failure always the fittest die and the uufittcst If there were nothing to live survive for beyond the life that now is tho helps to truo character making would cot more than their appatont worth Sunday School Times son is UNINVITING BUSINESS A Detroit Woman VTUo Oresses the rial cf Dead ClIFtonicr Iwas only twelve yoars old of said this a prominent lady hair dressor whan I was called on by the city friends of an old lady who bail died to go and dress her hair And did yon go No I ran and hid myself under a bed and staid there a whole afternoon Although I loved her and had often dressed her hair when she was alive I could not boar tho idea of doing it after doath But I have dono many heads since for dead persons and while I do not like it I have a professional prido iu making them look well for the lost time It must be vory distasteful to you Not always It comes in the way of my business and natnrally my em-Â¬ ployes shrink from going Sometimes wo have a call throngh tho telophone to como to such a number and dress a ladys hair Ono of the young ladies will bo Kont with curling irons poÂ¬ mades hair pins and other things only to find that tho lady is a corpse Tho girl will not or can not undertake it and I go myself There is only tho front hair to crimp and arrange becom- Â¬ ingly Ono day last week I dressed Sho s hair for tho last time Mrs was young anil very pretCy and looked as if asleep The hair does not die so that it is easily arranged Whon it is a wig or crimpco I have it sont to tho store and when it is dressed tako it to the house and put it on Let mo tell you something that happoncd late-Â¬ ly A lady died in this city who wore a gray wig I dressed it anil put it on You can just think how surprised I was when a couple of weeks later a mem- Â¬ ber of the family camo in hero and tried to sell it to mc She said they had it taken off just before the casket wa3 closed for the last time And did you buy it Buy it Certainly not It is not very long since a man camo in and offered me a number of switches of dif- Â¬ ferent shades and color I would not buy them and sent for a policeman as I thought ho had probably stolen them But as it turned out they camo from an undertakers and were tho un- Â¬ claimed property of strangers who had been given pauper burial Is it customary to dress the hair of the dead It is I have some customers who havo exacted a solemn proraiso from me that I will dress their hair when they die and mako it look natural and becoming I have oven been sent for by those who had only a few hours to live and taken my instructions from their dj ing lip Is the process the same as with tho living Just tho same oxcopt that 1 do not arrange the back hair in all cases But sametimes the hair is dressed entirely just as it would be for an evening party And I frequently furnish new switches crimps or bangs at the request of rela Â¬ tives who want no pains spared And you aro not afraid Madame shrugged her handsome shoulders LOCAL DIBECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY TIME OP HOLDING qARTERLT COIVTY CVRT ASB Quarterly Cotit fourth Mcnli January April July and the 2nd Monday m wctooer MASONIC County Court of Claim 2nd Mcnd Richmond Lodge No 2 meets and in July County CvHMt first Monday in ech and 4th Tuesday m ecb moath nKftrln R C STOCfCTOK W M B J Newlon Secretary TIMS OK HOLB4N CITT COIRT I Richmond R A Chanter No 16 meets 3rd Tuesday in each month J SlrEliD SMITH H P W E Hay Secretary RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO IQ First Saturday ifl derr month cetrNTY OFFICERS Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month VWting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander Miftien D P Arm er Recorder t Kirkvtte meets Saturday evening before the faR moon in every month W P PREWITT W M J M Smith Secretary Madison Lodge No 183 County Judge I C Chenaut County Cleric fbomai Thorpe Countj Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deaihertge Jailer George V Mauptn Coroner Alexander Nam Surveyor B K CrooJo Assetsor John W McPherson Sopt PaWic Schools Mrs Arand CITY OFFICUtS City Attorney A J CRy Judge II C Rice City Cettector R A Barlow Wm G White CMy Cler D Reed J J Feeey aad Everett CITY COWNCIU city reuvt Berry Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston md ts batuntay evening before the firtl moon in every month - HALES WM J T C Witt Secretary Waco Iodge No 33 at Waco meet 4U1 baturday in every month W D RUCKER W M W T Fielder Secretory D MkcheH Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward Q W Evans Third Ward Owen McKee Fourth Wrd J W Capeiton JUSTICBS OF THEPKACEaNSTABLES PLACES ANB TIMES OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY M Y AVCUST NOVEMBER l3 AXD John J5 Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Richmond District Not 1 D P Araier Union Citv meets 2nd Saturday in every at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm month JOHN HILL W M Witlis at Court House baturjar John G Taylor Secretary 1 man Parrtsh Ceosabkr Foxlown- District No 2 G B MC -Daniel Boone Lodge No jr at Fex town meets 3rd Saturday in every month at Kings Store 3rd Morlay Richtrei VM SANTKORD OLDHAM Kanatzar in Bugaro school house ith Saturday J S Chenault Coastabic Jacob II Shearer Secretary Union District No 3 Alberts Parn Berca Lodge No 617 at Betel meeU at Ukm City 1st Saturday John A J C DAVIS W M Turpin at Dovtesviik- - 2nd SaturJaT ist Saturday S W PiGG Secretary W A WrtWams Constable ElKslon District No 4 Win Bernn 1 00P at Waco 3fm1 Saturday John Vi Maditon Lodge No 14 I O O F Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday C a 1 meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s Oldham Constable liallon Main Street Yates District No 5 T J Covie it WF FARLEY NG Kingston 4th Saturday Lecland D Frazee Secretary Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesdir Boone Encampment Noo meets every George Young Constable Glade District No 6 James M W first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows at Bcrea yd Saturday John G Gi Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv W D ALVERSON C PT loway at Whites Station 1st Saturif R G Ballard Constable L J Frazee Scribe Kiiksvilte District No 7 J M Con AlexanJer Richmond Uniform Dere Camp No at Kirksrflle 2nd Saturday meets second Thursday m each month Ray at Kkksvdle 3rd Saturday J M 3 Fowler Constable at Odd Fellow Hall Ponsey District No 8 J N Hendre- R A BARLOW Captain at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm L T Frazee Clerk Chandler at Realms Stored 3rd Fndav KNIGUTS OP HONOR S D Carpenter Constable MilKofl District No 9 J M Lon a Amitv Lodge No ci K of II meets everly Frklsv evening in Odd Fellows Stapps Starve 3rd TWsdsy A B by at liAlman Store 3rd SaU jr Hall at 7 o cloclc lames A Harvev Constbe W B BENNY Dictator Jambs Tevis Reporter it - LJ w CHURCH DIRECTORY WBWHITE ANNOUNCKS TO THE TRADE that lit- - Ints a large and well Sfltttftt line of BAPTIST 1 1 hl ed Cane Spring Calviotst 1st Saturday and Sunday Pator Rev Wilhara Ru pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Â¬ and it certainly doos mako me nerv Gilead jth Saturday and Sunday Pas- Â¬ ous Once the corpse opened her eyes tor Rev L P Johneon and looked at mo or I imagined it I llavs Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding nearly fainted And once a lady who Saturday Pastor Etd A J TribWe was holding a lamp went out of tho Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sumta room a moment leaving mo with a lock Pastor T L Lavon of hair in tho crimping pins A gust Kirksville Brick Churchill Saturday of wind blew the door after her and I and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake was iu the dark alono with the dead Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday woman I think if she had not opened and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor the door just at tho moment she did I Rev Preston Klake Richmond 1st an J 3rd Saturdays an J should have fallen insensible Detroit Sumia i Sunday school 9 A M each Free Press Sabbath Praver meeting Thursday night Pator Rev Dr Stewart supply THE RAMADAN FEAST Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday V Month Which 1 rttthful Moslems Spend Pastor Rev E II Burnam In I rnjrer Hint Fattln Siher Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Ramadan that terrible month of Pd tor Rev L P Johnson of daily fasting and mighty feasting is like the Chinese new year governed Unio3rd Saturday and following Sun Â¬ by the moon This year precisely at day Pastor RevJ I Wills Viney Fork ind Saturday and Sunday tho moment the new moon bacatno Pastor Rev J I Wills visible tho evening of May 25 Kama Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun dan bogan and continued throughout Rev Preton Blake tho lunar month The origin of this day Pastor Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ long fast seems shrouded in mystory vices 3rd Saturday and loMovking Sunday as it is said to have b3an observed by in each month at 1 1 oclock A M ami hetit5 wjrship rsl- - igbaforo Mihomet also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Ali who thought tho command to all Elder M Campbell truo believers to fast thus elnvon CATHOLIC months in tho voir was quite too much Richmond Services ist and 3rd Sun- Â¬ to require of mortal flesh through tho Pastor Rev Father Angol Gabriel he therefore besought tho days 10 A M Haley Groat Spirit to reduce the tints one DISCIPLES OF CHRIST halt Finding this still a heavy trial he again interceded and got the timo Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding fixed at one lunar monti where it Saturday Pastor EWer J C Walden still remains and no doubt thousands 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ of Mohamcdnns ardently wish tho timo much more reduced By the more in- Â¬ day Pastor Elder Colier Kirksvillc 2nd preceding telligent class it is loss religously Saturday PastorSunday andeph Itallew Elder Jo observed each passing yoar but to tho Mt Pleasant 2nd pious peasantry it still means real preceding Saturdays and 4th Sundays and Sabbath school penance as they faithfully abstain A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman ia from food drink and oven from the Mt Zion ist and 3rd Sundats and use ot tobacco during tho entire day Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Evon tho Hamals who arc the real Elder L II Reynolds boasts of burden here aro so con Richmond Services every Sunday scientions about keeping this fast Sunday school at 930 A M Prajcr that with cvory nerve quivering with meeting Wednesday evenings Union ist Sunday arulpreceding Satur- Â¬ fatigue and in torment with hunger they will stand with a tempting mor-Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor sel in hand watching the declining sun pntiontli waiting until tho sunset Elder L H Reynolds gong is heard then devour it in beast EPISCOPAL like haste In homes of aflluonco tho Richmond Protestant Services every devoutly inclined sit at their tables Sunday morning and evening and on with fork or spoon in hand waiting Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y also for the welcome boom of cannon Sheppard before they can bogin thoir nightly METHODIST feasting As a rule they turn night into day and vice vorsa Still it is College Hill Centenary M E ist supposed ome sleep is indulged in a3 Sunday morning and 4Ji fcunday morn- Â¬ ing and night Prayer meeting every at precisely at twelve oclock a patrol passes through caci street with a tcrnate Wednesday night Sunday school e crv largo drum bent upon awakening all GriderSunday morning Pastor Etd J F sleopcrs to n midnight foast which College HiH ME may be prolonged until the morning day morning and night South 2nd SunPrater meeting twilight Then the mouth must bo every alternate V eilncsday night Suncarefully cleansed and the fast re Â¬ day school every Sunday inorcing Pas- Â¬ tor Rev D P Ware sumed KirksvHle Pastor Rev S W Pceplcs When tha luxurious livor feels con- Â¬ Piovidence ist and 3d Sunday morn strained to observe thitfast hois said to resort to many ingenious devices to ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson Richmond South Sunday school allay suffering One of the most suc- Â¬ T J Scott Superintendent Services cessful has been a pill of opium 950 2nd and 4U1 Suncay mornings even at wrapped in ono two and three or 1 1 A M and every Suncar nfghl at 7 P more coverings of gol I foil all to bo M Pastor Rev I A Henderson swallowed bofore rotiring As theso PRESBYTERIAN coverings are gradually dissolved tho Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th opium holds them for long hours ia tho desired oblivion It is now said Sundays Formans Chapel 4th Sunday that but few of tho aristocracy of Kirksville Turkey pay any head to this fast still RevWm Crow and 3rd Sundays Pastor they dare not publicly disregard it Richmond First Strvirer- ecry Sun- Â¬ The Sultan is credited with setting an day Prayer meeting cdnrsday nightf- example of strict objervamw RichmondSccond Service it A M If ho nu does so literally he must neither ont ai rastor Ktv Hamilton unnK nor smoke during the long sum- Â¬ Mlier Greek Cliapel st and 3rd Sun mer day Even to indulge in a de- Â¬ Jav Ford 2nd and 4th Supdas lightful and refreshing perfume is sin 030 A M- - and 4P This month of fasting is supposed Pator Rev M H Sunday chool 3PM L Blanton D D to be a revival season to tho Mos- Â¬ lems in which thoy aro to devote much timo to the study of tho Koran Hos Â¬ MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY pitality alms giving prayor anil pcacofulnoss are to be especially CIRCUIT OJfRT cultivated Yon hear of the rich man Judge J R Morton standing at his door at sunset to salute Commonwealths Attorney C J Brons and tuvito to his table the poor who on Master Cotnmrner J R Burnaw happen to pass by sanding them on Clerk W 11 Mtfier their way rejoicing in presents of money blt yotr see little of this to-Â¬ TIME F HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT day Cor Ban Francisco Chronicle Third Monday in Mhrch and Septem Â¬ ber A fatal mistake Father Jennie COMMON PLKAii COURT t why do you snnb that littlo girl with Judge TL Scott whom you were formerly so friendly Master Comrei Monetr Sr S bcott Jennie She li mad at mc Why Cleric W H MiHer is she mad atyoa Because I f orgot TXME OK HOLDING CfMKOXlrXEAS COURT ono day and said she was an old friyad Firat Monday in Jandit yaa Monday of miaeJTWa Stfltng in June and 3rd Monday K OclW Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING iti l J rum nillUT H K 1 I Tn n I IN HATS TRXXETKS VA1LXSES Etc in whieh you eau Hud the BEST GOODS LATKST STYLE8 AND THK LOWEST PRICES He does not intend to be undersold he will give you lull value for every dollar with him and lie urge you to give him an early call aid to Ms customer Ik say W B WHITE At 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