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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vm J is I W i - - S - - o JvV i SO 1 Epsr-1-- sv - 0 ifr -- dfcr - f VOLUME T I DEFEATED MAN EUVERSi liMn RICHMOND MADISOK COtJNTY KENTXJCKYj WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1888 asae The wetMcnewn and chafti tctty bslie DeO- UlstF caused nmcfaappre- tumten unoBg bar friends by ber seMen tadis VjosHfen Ust evening eccaslonxl tej ibehKense- tjr warm atmosphere of Mm X de 2 crowrted farters Bad Paptr NUMBER 34 4l Jeweled XAtU Which Aro Drllglitlng the In making love to a Boston girl IlearU of ludt mill Duillios bewaro of the shoulder blade Igavo you a silver dollar for some It is gonerally recognised that tho cigars half tin hour ago Vill you Drakes Magazine BY THE What will be The Journal asks effect of towii life upoll thd bbysiqud look over jour money drawot and see the fuel of tha future Such of us Co CTETBUE RHS0V is not beneficial and as the population if it has boon passed out as are living Christian lives havo bcdil of boroughs has now exceeded that of Mr St Clair is not to be won mamraa It was in a Chestnut streot cigar taught to bcliove it will be brimstone tho country tho fact becomes ono store late Saturday afternoon A well My advances be shun YEAK 150 I appeal to you tries toam I to mamma what dot Life worthy of onr attention Tho great dressed young fellow was the speaker riUCK PER Pray tell mo whats next to toe Uae mamma How aro collections to day and rapid increase of large towns at His faco wore a worried and anxious the present time adds to tho impor- Â¬ look nnd betrayed coiisidowbla per-Â¬ asked a man of a bill collector yester- Â¬ joh FRENCH TIPTON Editors HaTechHd eat by Ihe gentlemans aide my tance of tho subject and deopens its turbation over tho loss of the silver day Vj G WHITE Slow very slow cant oven ABd ereiy felamHrtHnefit tried my child gravity Of old there were hut few dollar Tho doaier found that ho had collect my thoughts was the reply Have yau heaved deep stgbs gaaed into hk eyes large towns in our modern sense of a just eleven of tho coins and ho spread Pittsburgh Chronicle Aad Cattered his pride and bis styte my largo town but Lugol the great them in a row on tho counter Tommy said his aunt I hear The cbiidr noted young man took them up ono by one your grandmother gavo you a watch Mens Full Stock Heavy Boot SI50 former price S225 Ladies Newmarket Chmks French authority on scrofula S5I farmer prtoe V S 0ii yos I have even dose more warnmii Smith D D Stock Heuvy Boot 1 75 275 LiilieV Newmarket Ctikft how the population of Paris dotorior 3W Weighed each lit turn in his baiuh and on your birthday Was it a hunting Mens Full Stock Kip Tbtwp I have setr attempted befere mamma Ladie Fine 225 Mens Full MLM atcd and how scrofulous wore ihd an expression of vexation ovcrspread Cftso watch 30 Ladies ShortNewmarket Clonk 4 5 replied Tommy Noi For 1 fusted quite in his arms to aigBt Wraps ball trim 3 00 third generations of persons whacamo his face as ho laid tho last down vory vho is seven yoais old it was A bare Â¬ Meiif Box Toe 8ide Lined Kip 450 OFFICE Main street two Joore I wasted yoa kaow I make Mm maKi M M 48 MU mine very in from tho country perfectly healthy 150 Good Overcoats flueMen june224r Pittsburgh Chronioti Boys Full Stock Boots all sizes 160 faced watch M above Second carefully and murmured It the man is proof agaiast that ray dear 2W 5i I u oog Better OvereoHls for Men Other observers have noticed tho bad Boys Best Full Stock Hoots 150 Affected Year bepes hare indeed fallen fiat I f ean Oa an Ocean Steamor Utr I knewl couldnt toll that way 3W 5m quite pi ta to me yen can readHy ete Ferlts effect of town life elsewhere And the Youth- - Full Stock Boots 75 125 All wool Overcoats for Men 5 6ft Captain Ifcelso sorry Thon he went at them again This lady tourist J C MORGAN D D S Itft net nA a Joel at he feJ thats dearr recent researches of Mr Jamos time ho grasped tho dollar tirruly with Captain madam What about jyOver8hoes for Men Women Misses Boys mid Children at Cost also Mens and Boys Gum BeoWa Bat what wlH the paaers say mamma Cantlie have demnnsl rated tho rarily one hand aud prosed tho nail upon On account of the poor fish ISTOFFICE Main street over Madi Â¬ -- jroa tbtak they will give rae away mamma lo of a pure bred Cockney of the fourth the letter E in --statos Ail Winter Goods such as Flannels Canton KhiuutN J ran Heavy Cashmere SlMtwld Underwear Blanket Whats tho matter with them ihe At Xa I iteat tMak they wtti I wiU say you were son National Bank Bicbmoud Ky Of old tho Btrou lived generation Hi They must get so seasick when the Wollen Hosiery Yarns Gloves elc will be eacriliced nt lesi than cost to manufacture thew In elo se them out at eleventh dollai to which hn applied the june 2tr once Dont luil lo attend this ale as everything in iIik hou e has been made A RED HOT BARGAIN in his le while tho popnl icc livod nail of tho little linger all tho billets water i3 rough T6atyo fainted from heat and fatigae my Tktas Siflintfx This sale will continue day after day until all the above lines are closed out So come at ouee and get tfoit 6 fear around a villages oHimjtod size For haViug been broken iu tho tray there M POYNTZ Going at Forty Milos an Hour DR choice Thanking yon fur your very liberal putrumige we are rexpctfully FrtJJ IfamWe injtmnntul mon of all conditions bf life thd ono came sudden change in tho appear The car store people said mast go r a AND BURGKON thing to bo covelod above all others anco of tho coin Half of it slid one So also said inventors clever PHYSICIAN BEER KEG AND BEAR It does for by Its heat we know was physical prowess For work for way and half tho other and in the street over Mndi The car stove goes as well as ever OFFICE Second war for games which wcro largely lower half ciystal was tho miniature Jun22tf Proprietor Busy Bee Cash Store june23f Boston Courier fon County Drug Store mimic war bodily strength was essen-Â¬ of an extremely pretty girL The Hunters Story tvith no Boer they novcr grow Whito wing tial No courage no skill could efÂ¬ young man licav d a sigh of relief laid Shown to Back It EVANS M D fectually componsate for the want down a greenback in exchange aud woary sang tho sallow pimplo faced No said of thews and sinews Work war left tho storo ruefully regarding his young man in tho parlor PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON tho old man gloomily as he paced up Mr Benjamin Jonas of Virgil sports rovels all too wcro conducted broken finger nails street over D P OKFICE Hccond and down in tho room above Ive Cortlnndt Co 2f Y a brother of in the open ar juneSStf But civilization Armere jewelry store Hi was ouo of tho numerous vic Â¬ often wished thoy would but they tones of Prospect House in Landlord brought about changes profoundly in- Â¬ tims of a fad that has lately struck Mercliant Traveer nevor do Ihe tipper fluencing tho lifo of the individual Philadelphia with all rt of Scranton has been TAYLOR tho vigor of oddi Â¬ Mrs Smith to Mrs Jones servant here for a few days on his tvay home The development of commerce en- Â¬ Tho ty and cxponsivoness combined Sorvant What do you want Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery from a great deer and bear hunt in the tailed ihegrowlh of towns and then it pocket pieces aro mado of two coins girl RICHMOND KY Mrs Jones sends her regards Girl wilds of Potter County noar Wharton was found that in tho now struggle for hollowed out and lilted together with OFFICE Second streetover Dykes existence tho battle wont r nth or to tho such exactness that they can not be and says would yon bo so kind as to Our were out june2t days andpartygot seven there eight Grocery Store count your children and see if you man with tho active brain than to tho we deer and three Â¬ distinguished from a genuine coin J man with a massive frame work Tho evon by a microscope A picture of havent got one too many as our Kitbears said Mr Jones But I must M DR JOHN TURNED HER HAIR WHITE ty hasnt como homo aud school has active brain becamo now tho one tho owners best tell you about a boar that made more girl is tho correct Texas Siftings MAIN STREET fuH than all the rest of the hunt put The Kffect of Tntense Frar on Southern great thing to bo covetpd rather than thing to go inside and tho faddist been out two hours In War Times Heating a noise at night Judkins Girt physical prowess Tho tendency of may pay from 6 to 35 for tho frame Next Dow to Lnxons Up Stairs together A week ago last Monday we descends with a lighted candid and I happened to bo in New Orleans a town populations is to dwindle and got a glimpse of an old whopper ot a Rerldeiice at Willis House There is a rage just now for quaint discovers a burglar escaping with a few years after the closo of the Wat this dwindling is scon markedly in June22tf bear but he scooted out of sight among kickshaws iu conceits and queer he cries dome Hallo the rocks before an of us had a chance and at a reception otlo night I met a the teoblo digoslivd capacity of town the jewelry line little heart of tho full sack Tho ROBERTS returns tho Eh what back DR Thoy can not oat tho pas Â¬ to got a shot at him On Tuesday young lady who could not have been dwellers ah yes tho silver candle- Â¬ the cakes which ultra fashionable youth has latterly bo - burglar OftVr lib professional bervlces to the morning all throe of us went up on more than twenty years old but Whose try tho piecrust run influoncinjr Ids pocket to the ex- stick Permit me Ho takes it from She form so large a portion of thodietary public the mountain again We saw the hair was a pure silvery white12 or 815 for a half tent of Oflice in drus store of lower Main the hand ot tho astonished Judkins tracks in the snow away up on the was a beautiful girl and with this of their country cousins If thoy at Â¬ ounce july27 ly woight cigarette holder puts it into his bag and politely says Street HichmnHl Ky steepest side of the hilL The dogs did crown of silver naturally attracted ev- Â¬ tempt those articles of food they givo Iho bowl tiny stem and Ten thousand thanks Have I for- Â¬ ery ones attention I learned how she themselves the stomach ache Conse- Â¬ their duty as well as they could but all DR U C AMBROSE with gotten any thingelse solid -N T Ledger quently thoy live on such food as are made of forget-me-no- gold Ue satisfaction they got was to hole came to have white hair soon afterward Fcat daintily enameled Site was the daughter of a wholesale they can digest without suffering There A Philadelphia paper says him in less than half an hour He had tored over the surface Tho mouth- Â¬ FORD KY man in a den in the nicks on the side of the grocer in New Orleans and during the bread and fish and moat above all piece is of clouded amber The is a legend to tho effect that a Oittcj liMKx 2 Io ImsImcR in Hie af- hill and getting at him was out of the early part of tho war lived with her tho last the sapid tasty flesh of ani Â¬ lorgnette crazo bowls along as lively order to economize had his gas meter Just before New mals whioh sits lightly on Ihe and substituted coal oil fot ternoon Hiard at Mr J O LnokeyV question so we left there right awaj parents in that city is to have taken out Orleans was occupied by General But stomach and gives an acceptable feel- Â¬ as over but the latest fad jjneU2tf illuminating purposes and at tho end awl went after deer tho nine inch handle of gold pierced the gas company preThere were sovcral residents of the ler her father who was then an inva Â¬ ing of satiety so pleasant to experi and chased The run on the tiger of tho quarter SEXSMITH M D lid took his family out to a small plan Â¬ ence The town ilwellor in his selec- Â¬ with a bill thirty three neighborhood in the party and after eye which was so pronounced a few sented him gas consumedof after tho re-Â¬ riirSlCIAN AND SURGEON they had all told how the big boar tation that he owned near Baton tion of food is guided by his feelings weeks ago bus begun to decline and dollars for This may bo a Atthe same time an uncle of ho avoids what is repugnant to him tho b nutiful little miniatures arc tak moval of tho meter might be caught alive a fellow named Rouge WHITE HALL KY jne22tt sounds tiko tho plairi the girl I am talking about managed to Such selection is natural and Intel legend ing its place Tho run on thoso unvarnishedbut itsquare toed truth to the Nod Grifliu said he had thought of a Offers hi professional services tho blockade and took with him a ligible but it is franght with danger niiniatnres docs nut amount to a craze ivr waj- Then lie went on to toll how he run fiublic proposed to cipture the bear None of very largo quantity of diamonds and all the same Pulmonarv phthisis as yot but if it doos and it is vory Drakes Magazine and Brights disease seomDanie Nat- Â¬ us had ever heard of such a thing be- Â¬ other valuables for he was a jeweler DR J FAIN likely to the faddists will betray tho CHANGE FOR CHICAGO fore We had a good laugh over Neds He reached England in safety with his ures means of weeding out ddgoncr sion of more commbn sonso than UNION CITY KY ating town dwellers Tho offspring pos5o usually precious cargo peculiar idea but he was a serious sort they A Slrons Iunsel Womans Emphatic Pro- - I exercHc CHICKEN The family enjoyed peace and secur- Â¬ of urban rosidonts aro another raco Oflt rK UU rofessHMial services to of a fellow aud by daylight on Wed Â¬ test Against KaUroau Tyranny IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR Tho minaluros are really works of from thoir cousins who remain in tho tiie mllic cried a Cbango cars for Chicago nesday morningNed wsis on hand ready ity for some months at Baton Rouge art and s it in finger rings scarf pins - OentrytJ country Tho latter aro largo limbed Aug 17 tf for business He drove up to Office hi Jihthe place until General Butler had hoisted the stalwart fair haired Anglo Danes brooches and evon as pendants on a conductor at Detroit tho other day Cholera Cure One What gasped out a stout strong where wc were stopping in a rickety stars and stripes at New Orleans ladys fob chain It is the tiling now Couxbuson one horse wagon and all he had in the night soon after that event a party of nhilo thoir urban cousins aro smalior for a girl to carry a small puff b x lunged woman witha tongue evident- Â¬ M U Heath J F wagon that we could see was a lager J bummers or camp followers said to bo slighter darker beings of an carlior with her of solid gold just an inch and ly chaffing under onforced rest CORNELISON HEATH and lowlier ethnic form and resom Chapge for Chicago ropoatcd the a half square and thnv quartcrs of an new Keg jucurst ining ne uiu was attached to the Union army but who czsZusnisd PSsieiBi irarmi ill uHu Sn bling tho Colto Ibsrian race Bcaoa Practicing Phjsicians Aud inch deep with a woe bit of powder conductor to take the beer keg into a little shop as I believe may just as likely have What Change here1 KENTUCKY and knock one head out Then he been thieves anil cut throats of Con- Â¬ amid this a general reversion wo can puff that dont look big enough to RICHMOND recognize distinct Iivcr rovorsion to whiten my federate sympathies from the purlieus Yesm ladys dimple Tho ivory onVr their ur fe lonl servioe io Hie bored two holes in the otiier head with of New Orleans made a descent upon the early primitive uric acid formation Dont this train go any farther miniature sot in the lid makes miss an inch auger and after that he daubed ijnly jmblic tho bird and roptile A recognition Nom papa pay to tho tuno of 65 for tho the inside of the head and staves with the house at Baton Rouge It was if nearly midnight when tho family was of these facts must load to such molli- Â¬ whiteness of Iior face Well Td like to know what this honey leaving a little honey on the DR GILES HARRIS ends of tlte staves at the opening aroused by loud knocking at tho door fications of the food customs of town The latest fad and ono which has means Tho agent at Buffalo told mo tlwellcrs as aro indicated Tho spread distinctly with his own lips that we WACO KY on u dversaUy is the driving Then he drove a row of spikes The door a minute or two later was of tcetotalism and vegetarianism tolls caught burst in and five or six masked men watch through the staves A leather band of a sizo to didnt change until wo got to Chi- Â¬ about two of a dark groping in tho right direc- Â¬ Oiler id iH fessimiiiI Mervtees to the inches cago the from crease where entered the house They proceeded at tion in blind obodionco to tho law of fit tho wrist and strongly resembling ja4tr the-puMic Ho meant those having sleeper once to the roam where a lamp was -- - out head had been -- - HTEIT TBDSS an ordinary slrtp shawl iu appearÂ¬ knocked ROD MD TUBUUR self proservaUon There must also the sharp points of the spikes through burning by the bedside of the master followsome modification ance with punched holos and a berths maam and of tho existing He Thon why didnt ho say so the wood probably an inch and a half or of the house who was very ill at the DR S M system of education for it is by the buckle hai stitched to its back a said positively No maam you two lHehes toward the center of the time small watch thj facj whereof is cov- Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of imperfectly nourished town PHYSICIAN AND SURREON I should have stated said the lady tho weight of tho burden child that ered with hoavy rock crystal Tho dont change between hero and Chi- Â¬ chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ kee After Ned had hammered the of education cago them was his own words and era It is more fatal to chickens than tliat the gentlemans name was Hythe KENTUCKY bang out he handed tiie keg to one of RICHMOND is most acutely felt- - Summary a ieathor Is wrapped around the wrist I i us awl said the watch toward tho back and its All yeve got to do now is if I remember rightly One of the paper by Dr FolhcrgiU m Natureof all other diseases combined But the janly Office on First Street You misunderstood him I think open face may be referred to at any to take this kag up into the woods and masked man revolver in hand stepped discovery of a remedy that positively hoard him with my We want I didnt I time whilo driving literally by a turn on the side up to Mr Ilytho and said been made and to be con- Â¬ Hardin W Bright A M M D lay it youdown The Test of a Good Clerk My husbands sisters cures it has its efficacy only requires a own ears of tho wrist when the see big bear the diamonds and jewelry you brought vinced of 1 goms tho favorite now is the mother-in-lacaino ovorthis road last trial PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dont stand it on end and dont fasten it away from New Orleans Mr Hythe A pretty good lest of a clerks A 50 cents bottle is enough for to any thing Jest leave itloose whero realized at once that the robbers had quality is to observo him in the storo ruby principally because tho mines year and she didnt chause once and one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ KY RICHMOND havo been exhausted and rubies are so mistaken him for his brother the jew- Â¬ ye lay it I dout that anteed If after using two thirds of All One OFFICE Second rtreet over Aladi ketch a boar but guarantee inuoli itll eler and tried to explain that ho had during the proprietors nbsonce Nino exceedingly high priced Black pearls Thon sho had a sloepor for out of ten young men will act with Ill say this toil l ounty Drag Store Â¬ And my own sis- Â¬ a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly No sho never Ihe kag if the big bear gets his head no diamonds or any thing of any par much more freedom in his absenco aro also becoming tho rage but not satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Â¬ I want it distinctly undert tiKMl that 1 iu it once he kaintgit it out aud there ticular value in the house They refused than viliic ho is present and very for beauty fur to an amateur mind ters son and his wifo and two chilun biu tlieouly one in Kiebruoud thit to believe him and proceeded to luiko often customers will have the fact they havent half tho charm of the dren went to Californy in June and Cholera return it to the undersigned The It be It wunt break his legs but derstandi Hie flmniUfrh use or the and your money will be refunded a thorough search of the house Mr rather forcibly brought to their no- Â¬ white pearL Bnt black pearls are they never changed here MKiwco and Cliemirtry as niIiel the more u tries to git it off his head Thats a diff ront tltjng WILLIS STOCKTON and fluid the tighter itll stick That bung hole llythes two daughtors had been sleep- Â¬ tice through tho change in tho man- Â¬ freaks nnd expensive freaks and fad toexaminalions of twed dont seo why Youro sure Tvo nui 24 ly oftlieliuman body I only iitentinii hihI them lioles iu the endll give him ing in the room below their fathers ner of the clcrs less politeness and ism Philadelphia Sews got to chango hero My Mgna all the air hell need aud if lie bunts but of course were awakened by the attention bciug shown thorn than if this for honest proteotiuu Certainly madam and youll have ture will be attached to each examina Â¬ around some it wunt hurt him none noise The experienco of the tide of tho cmployor wcro at hand Such READING FOR CHILDREN JBiuulily tion to hurry too Three of us started for tiio woods with war which had swept over them once conduct is wrong and foolish A clerk Co Well how docs it como that I have Wc put it down on a level or twice before enabled them to under- Â¬ who can not bo trusted iu this respect What Should He tlte Books to Amuse the keg to change whon they said in Buffalo CO Ilnys and G rls who relaxes his efforts as soon as spot near whore wo had got a glimpse stand the situation at once By good PARRISH Id like to know The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ In the roaring of their children no that 1 wouldnt That was Wednosday fortune they were nblo to get out of the proprietors back is turned on of the bear June 22 tf scription of Madison county to Louisville forenoon aud the next morning we the house in safety and reach a neigh Â¬ him is not desorving of trust in any question perploxes tho conscientious that Attorneys At Law Because madam whero they hid and Nashville Railroad due in February particular and can not expect to parent inoro than the choice of books jmssed the spot and saw the keg lying boring canebrake II Id knowed it Id have bought April July and October 18S7 and iSSS RICHMOND KY no matter whother they bg story just as we had left it wo did the samo Meanwhile tho robbers having discov- Â¬ make much advanco in his business will be paid on maturity at the Madison my teket over the West Shore road st Special attention given t abstracting oh Friday but the keg was stiil there ered nothing but a little confederate Thoroughly faithful assistants aro the books or picture books No That wouldnt have mado any dif- Â¬ National Hank Richmond Ky titles to lands m Euxteru Kentucky money tried to induce Mrs Hythe need in every brarch of business rule can be laid down for their Â¬ When wc got to the place on Satur tf-C DCHENAULTCom Office in Climax building S E day morning wc didut see the keg but whom they had captured to reveal the and it ill always scenro higher remu Â¬ guidance No list ot books however ference for Thoy dont change hero on tlutt Second Streets up in less than two minutes we saw where whereabouts of tho treasure She could neration than the average whilo tho woithy can prove of tho least avail CmierMalu and know for one of my ncigh June 22 tf stairs the keg was A bear had got his head only affirm what her husband hail said trustworthiness exhibited in a subor- Â¬ Experience is Iho only safo guide road I from Kansas went subjected her to horrible indigniÂ¬ dinate position will prove ot great Pirents study tho composition of a bois friends in it sure enough and what was hotter They BURNAM he was the very same big bear that we ties and finally set fire to the house value to tho possessor in after life particular meal intended for the baby that Hurry up madam no timo to had been after Every time he tried to She escaped from the building The such a reputation generally proving stomach but they seldom devote more lose 3111 likes ot iu their hiding place saw tho excellent capital to any person when than a pasdngthoifgji go ahead the keg bunted up against a irirls When they finally got her out she RICHMOND KENTUCKY tree and made the bear mad He torches applied saw thor father as tho commencing business in his own dislikes of the baby mindReaders of was saying ywuif9Er viiSPifiKitv bipgraphy aro f nquently reminded of ur couldnt go a rod without running flames loapod up to tho roof come to name Shoe and Leather Beview A R OFFICE wltii C F Ill tell coerybodv not to have any tho effect which a certain piece window of his room and then fall nam cm Firt Street June 23 It foul of a tree and when ho felt the ob the pf literature exorcised upon tho thing to do with this road I might Story of an Auctioneer etnictioa he backed up quick and hit back into the fire Thoy dared not move mental development of tho sub- Â¬ have known how itd bo When I go was and when tho noiglibors found them tree with his iear It anoth J A SULLIVAN Nothing seems back to Buffalo Ill tell th it agent so mo A rather good anecdote is told of ject of a memoir bumpoty bump every time he under- Â¬ hours Liter tho hair of the youngor thing now you mark mo if I dont I took to advance Once he tried to stand girl thon about fifteen years old had Pillct a typical Parisian who has just more certain than that if the mother said-to him distinctly says I but all the keg turned as white almost as her died M Pillct had been for long and father wcro to natch the feelings he was up on his haunches and throw after was the money My RICHMOND KENTUCKY aroused in a child by tho different Her years tho chief commissaire prisour bloodless with fright off and tiie result was that he fell over cheeks family ex-Â¬ nu Fin t street same as on his back kerllop Then he was mad Â¬ hair had been black as night before sorts of books first placed in its hands husbands brother-in-law- s OFFICE or auctioneer and valuer at the cele- Â¬ Â¬ pect to como West and others I know formerly occupied by County Judge brated sJesrooms in tho Ruo Drouot thoy would be able to givo it literaturo der than evor and his roar sounded so ftlUbHrgh Dispatch LEY oct6 ly This GUTHERSON Miller of a kind which would help to mold its and Ill write aud tell them Much valuable property in the shapo queer in tno xeg mat tiie Dear got an outrage IlltolL A cow belonging to Colonel J H of pictures bronzes tapestry and mind into a graceful whole and givo my car Its scared at it himself I went up and LEXINGTON KY Zenas Dane in TidBits Mikesviilc Columbia County Wecksof SCOTT artistic upholstery generally from the strongth to its weaker parts Thus pattod him Then one of my friends Flo had a calf recontly which exhib Â¬ precious heirlooms of Princes to tho they ought to jo able- to counteract a What Glass Eyes Cost prauee4 up in front of him and gave the a strange freak of nature It had STOCKTON keg a push with his foot The noise ited heads and eight legs and feet It rococo rubbish of actresses had passed disposition to sentimentality or pes antLji qptimislic The prioa of glass oyo3 is becoming under his hammer It is related that siifiishi by vigorous RICHMOND KY sounded like low two the mad boar mailo Agents For Madisou County optimism orfevswsh nerv Â¬ cheaper on account of competition was a very fine sized calf very broad rolling thunder He was a splendid whore the nock is joined to tho body on one occasion ho had a painting on narrative might find healthy qunli and at tho samo timo tho quality is sep2S ly Office on Second Street June 22 tf ous energy specimen and all wanted to take him and from this broad neck depended two his hands which no bidder would ever fcntion in storios f a mildly philo Â¬ better than hitherto A common alive 1 agreed to watch him while tho heads each with two eyes two ears venture to buy Worn out with ex Â¬ sophic character Tlje emotions of glass oyo may be had for S10 hut they C S pending liii oxortious over the unsal Â¬ others went after ropes They wore one mouth and nostrils in fact two wlilclia cliildteapabToaroBb ingenu Â¬ aro not a good imitation and do gone nearly two hours and tho bear complete heads hung the samo as any able article Pillet at last shouted out ously evinced tuhtnaUiihg ought to bo not las long A first class oye costs in desperation one day Hare ladies second of the time wast still for a 50 or even more The best will not easier than for parents to determino cows head The hind legs at the upper RICHMOND KY Onee he shook his head from side to part of the thigh wore single but just and gentlemon is a painting which has tho sort- of fiction likely to bo most last over two yoars because the secre- Â¬ Glass- Â¬ Leon for tho last fivo Imndrod years at- Â¬ Office on Second Street June 22 tf itlti and strnok the middle of the keg in the hollow of the eyo roughen divided forming a child Sons Steinway that made above the knee theyto each of equal tributed to the great R tphael without useful Letcharacter read stories of tions against a tree with a bang Â¬ it likes If the glass by uliomical action and this two complete logs his ever protesting The article was whatever Hazleton Bros 1dm grwnt after which he acted as if A length with lower hock joints and instantly knocked down to an honest experience shows that a particular roughness irritatos the flesh If a person he had hurt his neck He kept on the hoofs Tho front legs also divided to could buy glasj eyes at wholesale by kind of fiotion is calculated Christie move every minute till tho men came above the knee joint forming four provincial collector for the sum of do harm do not fly to its antithesis the gross ho could got thorn for about 100 and M Pillet descended from his New England Will practice In Madbon and adjoining Lack logs making in all as stated rostrum relieved of a long borao bur- Â¬ for a remody Compromise the mat Â¬ 62 apiece But he would havo to Four slipnooses were mado at once front two heads and eight logs counties and in the Court of ApieaK ter by giving the Mttlo ono a story look over a groat many before finding and other Pianos above den Faris Letter Office in Matter Cornmisiloners but whon we attempted to get one on similar in subject matter but so one to match his other oye In size offiee over Circuit Cierka office tho Ikjhi s off hind leg ho thrashed and Wyandotte Kas boy was lead- Â¬ A modified in tone as to prove innocu- Â¬ color and expression Glass eyes are Chicago Cottage Organs The Pope as a Gardener JUDB 22 tf fluunccd like the misehief and we had ing along the strcot an old white horso ous Parents may take it for certain all made abroad principally in Ger- Â¬ way mighty lively to get out of the that hod served many years on the Tho Pope has strong horticultural that if they adopt proper means at many and France no factory having After a big lot of monkeying around front end of a street car Every cable ta3tos and planted the Vatican gardon tho outset they will doprlvc reading of been started here although there is PIANOS AXD ORO ANS FOR REST we finally managed to get the boast to sar that came along and stopped near with fruit trees and vines as soon as ha the great dangor that it possesses for a great demand for them In this coun- Â¬ Rent applied as part payment jstrp into a largo loop of rope wo had tho ancient equine caused hlffi to jump assumed the Punal tiara He takes the yonng Start tho child on the try A skillful oculist can put a glass AND Writs For Prices and Terms laid on the ground and the next thing in front of it and only by forco could cspceal luterostia viniculture but for road of honor and truth and prepare eye into tho cavity so that very close JuneiJ tf hi kanw we had that leg secured and tno poor out ivozinnnie uc muuteu w some reason or oilier tno vines would its mind for tho inception and com- Â¬ observation U necessary to dotect it JUKE U MILWARD thiin there was another great fuss In change his position and when the car i not yield until this year when for the prehension of sound principles That Not only aro tbo slza and color of the 8 and to y Main St Lexington Ky this way wo got all his legs in limbo glided on he appeared greatly puzzled first time four casks of wine have is what is necessary to do in theso natural eyo counterfeited Dutovon 22 tf HARRISON MILLER Tho oculist i June day3 of high prossuro and sensation tho general expression lut it tok a good while TbB real its to wnero me mouvo power was ou- - De0n mado Jrom itrn Vatican crop For Sale when wo began to snake tained trivinsr tirDiD SPEED SMITH Agent Evcrv day during tho vintage his alism Tho pjsriookadpJescancQbas I has vet to discover means of Has opened a Furniture Beptrbrt m Procured Wm G Hen- movement which hire iotn th Mil He backed and down Into the garden its risks but lbefierikswill be small that sympathetic Charios Milter attempted a mas Holiness caino dersSBaqj F St AVash- RICHMOND KY TJpbofelermg Hbnp second sjoor flpsa or great in proportion as their source distinguishes apapofcyo3 There is yanked aHd roared and we didnt get watched the process shewing by infetDnv T C Knnerlr Columbus dressed in a con and Houe am Lot on Estill Avenue for Hie J quite a largo number of people with Is wisely or unwisely dealt with IIk rents or exchanges all kinds of nongwollatalL Then we put a long qnerade at next to Ht orders thiit r W of Examining Corpse U S Patent sale Apnl to A C CHiwers striped suit A policeman ar- Â¬ his sensible thoroughly he understood Edward Saituon m Nineteenth Gtnt- - glass cyjs say 1 in 100 JewtUri Real Estate on reasonable terms and rxipe arsuwi bis buttocks and two of victs the system London Court Send G Wtiile at Drug Store Office 17 sears experience Stable All rrk done sijMMei sosnjclon locked Iflin up represents try Fire and Life In- Â¬ es walked quite a distance ahead of aim rested him n frceav Journal fietfi or tnodtlfor rejsrt as ta faten jui25tf surance tympanies mtf ItXtlQ CamfiIWJfJBjTll and paHol while ths ti one steered and he was refusedbaiL tehity Correspondence solicited Office In J C Lytere Cle lblng Stere i3HfeiBrooks the drBggfet TJ Patronize 7dcy juue22 U THE CLIMAX Il BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Pbinting Professional Cards AWilkes jg J GW DRT J The brisk exercise meroly tired all of us out and it was late in the aftornoon when wo got him to the clearing Tlibro we tied his legs to- Â¬ gether tight and got a farmor to hitch his team to a stoncboatand drive hi t6 where the bear Was lying ills horses and ran half way to tho fot scared him and itwashalf an hour with before he could get his team near enough for us to load him on the stone boat We finally got him on however and then the horses started off at such a gait that it made tho farmers heels snap to keep up with them It was dark whoa wo reached tho house Tho neighbors were ail on hand when wc got there They helped us put four or five surcingles around the bear and thon We llilng him on the steel yfthls Iri the barn and weighed him The hoops on tho keg wore then knocked off and the keg was broken up and weighed The bears actual weight was 407 pounds He was a noble fellow Tho spikes had pricked his nook some but otherwise he Was as handsome as ever Wc put him on a pile of straw so that ho could rest easy and that night we made a strong muzzle for him and boarded up a place in the hog pen to put him iu On Sunday morning wo muzzled him tllot ho had protested pretty vio Â¬ lently and then four of us c irricd hint to the hog pon hitched a chain to his muzzle and the other end to a post and took tho ropes off and let him up He was as an gry as ever and yanked at his chain cvory little while until he found he couldnt budge it when he lay down We left the bear with the far-Â¬ mer Buffalo Commercial Adver- Â¬ tiser EFFECT OF CITY LIFE pictures in coins FULL Oh FUN rh General Phyalenl Deterioration of Town Population REGULAR HURRICANE HAS STRUCK PRICES AT THE 7 3-- Busy Bee Cash In order to tore close out the following lines of goods we quote prices as loliows t 4 RAMSEY ILJi OLDHAM O 5HI JkiLw FOSTER HEW STOCK OF HARDWARE HEW PRICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A HEW TEAR Shackelford Gentry Co PHIL - 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 ts THEY HAVE THE- Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky WT Â¬ They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than they had in their old quarters aji7 T AHTEE I WK POP 11 jlHE celebrated FARM WAGONS Hit Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at They are ahout closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them LETCHER J w ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES laps farrilfii For Year Best Material The Easiest Terms i TURNER -- Mm Boils Call on Mr Pope and examine the wragons Dont buy before doing so WEBSTER WAGOH hard-and-fa- Library Lamps Sofl SilYer Platea Attorney at 2aaw Attorney at T J E T ASK FOR THE too G L P G Iriemed Forte A i Iaw t They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at is Th Prices W ufacture Quota Very best material employed in their man- t Attorney at Law POWELL WILLIS if you see them because you cant help it Attorney at XaWa Attorney at Law J REED Yon Pianos and Organs Buy Are Precisely Our stock of Queens ware and Id M ware and especially our Decorated Din ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive m COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned BEST GMtrEa5 OF REAL J ESTATE and other Staple Groceries Goods INSURANCE -- I IS G C PRAIffGXS tug-of-t- flora nion WM JJ FuH-ofiki- f- a i THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 18SS The Legislature was banqueted But the capital will remain where it is at Lexington last week The total cash in the United States Treasury as shown by the Treasurers general account 992086 550 Thobe has sent in his bill to the Committee on Elections and wants 4700 for contesting a seat to which he was never elected The Georgetown Times remarks Some ot the sentimentalists say that the whipping post is a relic of barbarism les and so is petty thieving Parties entered a lot at Georgetown and cut the throats of two hogs leaving the hogs otherwise untouched Yet some say the whipping post is not needed m Â¬ House providing a punishment of not less than one nor more than two years in the penitentiary lor carrying concealed deadly weap Â¬ A bill has been offered in the and its more corrupt lobby can wonder at its action in this affair but that members of the Legislature presumably honest can be bought or which is almost as bad deceived by those worst of cor ruptionists is to say the least distressing It is of vital impor-Â¬ tance to this county that the Louisville Southern be extended to the Three Forks and we have full faith that our representative and senator will not be deceived by these villianous rascals who seek to subserve the interests of the State to a foreign corporation The Lawrenceburg News says The L N people are trying to prevent the Louisville Southern company having granted them exactly the same privileges that N charter and are in the L which can not in their case be repealed because the charter is older than the present Constitution The war started off in a series of articles in the Courier Journal Gen Duke who does that line of work for the L N has introduced his old trick of denying that his company is doing anything but we observe they are sending cart loads of literature to the country papers besids having a big lobby at Frankfort just as they always have in these fights Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ons LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN dropped in one day this week to say that uThe Winchester Democrat certainly hasnt anything to be stolen aird if it keeps up its tirade on the whipping post it will be fully able to hold its own against the petty thieves Hon A T Chenault isnt any one gal lows politician and he ought to be enootiraged in his efforts to have the whipping post bill become a law Â¬ A Democrat from awaybacque The United States Senate has adopted a joint resolution provid ing for an amendment to the Con stitution by which the term of the President of the United States is made to begin at noon April 30 instead of march 4 Senators1 and PieprosenUUives1 terms are also to begin at that date Tiie full effect of the amendment is to strike out March 4 wherever it occurs in the Constitution and insert in lien thereof April 30 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOCAL LEGISLATION Too much time is consum ed by the Legislature in local legation Governor Buckner is inclined to remedy the evil The Gov Buckner in Capital says withholding his approval of two bills for incorporating private charitable institutions has struck the key note of reform of legisla tive practice There can be no doubt as to the correctness of the Governors position on this sub ject of private and local legislation If the general laws are suf ficent to provide all the relief or privilege desired and asked for by the special act there can not be necessity for consuming time incurring expense and encumbering the statute books by passing bilk of private and local nature Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE MAS0X P0ARD COMPANY y ture The Commissioners of the Sinking Fund in response to the House resolution asking what intormation they have touching the solvency of the sureties of the bond of the Mason Foard Com pany to the Commonwealth and what if any amount of money is due from said company to the Commonwealth made answer on January 1 1888 there was due from the Mason Foard Com pany 564745 That tnis sum or the greater portion of it will be met by expenditure now being made for the engine and boilers in the west workshops to replace tliose which have been in use for more than twenty years The Board authorized the les sees to bey this engine and boilers and when in place they are to receive credit for 467490 the cost as shown by the amount paid the successful bidder and the expense in placing them in posi tion As to the solvency of the firm they have reason to believe that the bond they hold from them for the rental represents at a low estimate 1000000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following was received from be Governor by the Legisla- Â¬ Â¬ Journal Whilst in Frankfort some days since Hie ef the Journal folks met Col B H Young of the Louisville Southern 11 R and had a conversation with him the substance nf which was as follows Joukxal Man Have you anything to say to our people concerning the construction of the Louisville Southern through our country Cou Young 1 deire to make a candid statement through the Journal to the people of Jessamine In regard to tliis proposed road The county is filled with my friends and relatives it is my native county to which I am of course devotedly attached and I therefore will not enter Into any strug- Â¬ gle or conflict for the purpose of secur- Â¬ ing u vote for aiding this road It would be a great source of pride and treasure to me to do anything which would advance the Interests of tills town aud county I have heretofore made to the committee a full stateÂ¬ ment of what would be required of the county to secure the road The Louis- Â¬ ville Southern woukl not be justified in attempting to build this road through to Richmond unless Jessamine coun- Â¬ ty would give 150000 in five per cent bonds in exchange fur Louisville Southern stock It would unquestion- Â¬ ably be a work of great Importance and one which would in its accomplish- Â¬ ment hi my opinion result in much good to Jessamine county The Southern would be willing to guarantee coal delivered at all points In the county at a price not exceeding eight cents to give a lumber rate not to exceed 2 per thousand from any point in Eastern Kentucky to Kicho Iasville or other places in Jessamine county and also to provide that no discrimination shall at any time be made against freights originating iu or destined to points iu Jessamiue The road would expect one half of the money when the line is completed to Nichulasville aud the other half when it is completed to Richmond Upon these terms I could induce our man- Â¬ agement to build the road this way If the road does not come through Xicholasville it ill go from Burglu to Lancaster or Bryantsville aud thence to Richmond So close to the mineral and timber wealth of Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky and crossed by two great lines of railway Nicholasville and Jessamine county would start upon a new era of progress and development But how- Â¬ ever much my judgment might lead me to believe that It would be of such great importance to the county in con- Â¬ sideration of tII the facts and my per- Â¬ sonal surrouudlngs In the county and my relations to the enterprise I ahull personally enter into no content to secure a subscription If the people want it I shall endeavor to bring it this way if they feel that the price asked is more than they ought to give then so far as I am concerned the enterprise will be pressed uo further in tills direction I hoje the people of the county can see their way clear to accede to our wishes Louisville wants Jessamine couuty restored to commer- Â¬ cial relations with her aud I should certainly esteem it one of the proudest and happiest moments of my life when upon a newly constructed railroad in conjunction with my fellow citizens of Louisville I coukl run a train through to Xieholasvllte and thus restore cement strengthen and petpetuate the good will ami commercial relations of these two communities which can be mutually so beneficial aud helpful each to the other INIefcolasvtHe A H0UN THROUGH A HAND A SOLID TRUTH behalf of the Louisville Southern and Vice President Smith and Gen Basil Duke of the Louisville and Nashville It all comes out ot the policy of the latter to play manger game its usual on all young rivals in our State The Louisville Southern has shown its ability to be a formidable rival of the L N and the latter wants to clip its wings But that can not be done The day for that sort of game ended with the defeat of the L N schemes to keep the Cincinnati CUT HIS BROTHERS FOOT OFF Southern from spending its millions in Kentucky for the conOn Thursday of last week John struction of its great through line Henry Walla and bis brother William to the South were cutting back logs for the fire place at their home near Seaville The Mt Sterling Sentinel-Democrsays N Com William was wielding the axe and his The L pany are evidently spending brother rolling a Iogtoward him when money at Frankfort trying to the latter slipped aud fell the impetus defeat every railroad project that of the fall thrusting his foot upon the interferes with them If Senator log where his brother was chopping Harris is representing his consti The axe descended and cut off the foot tuents in what he is doing the L of the prostrate man The limb was N IL R Company have no right cut clear through the hone and flesh to kick They are opposed to just above the ankle There is a everything that opposes their sel- chance for his recovery Harrodsburg fish interests but we are glad that Democrat there are some men in the Ken THE WESTERN WORLD tucky Legislature whom they can not buy with money or passes This is a profusely Illustrated monthover their road ly publiehrd In Chicago at the small The Harrodsburg Sayings and price of 25 cents a year It contains No man who is scenes not only In the West but In all DoiHgs says acquainted with the manner of parts of the South The Western deHnc with affairs of this corruDt World Is worth four times the price foreign corporation the L Nq asked dog-in-th- The Danville Advocate comments truthfully as hereunder set Some interesting railforth road serials are appearing in the Courier Journal daily irom Messrs Young and Stine in Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ -- A telegram from Harrodsburg dated Feb 1 says On yesterday after Â¬ noon Mrs Mary Vaught wife of a prominent farmer iu this county met with a serious aud peculiar accident A milk cow belonging to her husband attacked Mrs Vaught unexpectedly while she was standing with her baud against the door facing of the cow stable and striking the back of the hand with her horn pinned it to the door The cow then jerked her head loose from the stable door and with her horn still peuetraling the ladys hand dragged her about the lot for some time mangling aud bruising her until she was finally rescued hy her husband and father The ladys phy Â¬ sicians think that while she is badly hurt she will recover Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ distance of 207 yards while sitting on of 193 acres near MoKinney together horseback with Ills rifle which will- - with his stock cron and household carry 1000 yards The bird measures furniture to AGRaney of Boyle for IFranWort Capital 1 13000 The Colnuel bought the place The Governor having approved the seven inches from tip to tip of wing alone from Dr Clifton Fowler a few act providing for taking the sense of Paris KentuckUn years ago for 11000 Stanford Jour the people of Kentucky upon the proMiss Irene Cowdeu of Tennessee priety of calling a Convention to has sued Hon John V Lanzley the nal amend the State Constitution the youthful Representative of Johnson EL D Ament formerly of Bourbon voters will be called upon Iu August abd Floyd counties for defamation now of Marshall Mo writes us as fol Â¬ 18S9 to finally decide the question of cliacter laying the damages at lows I see you want to know a In order to vote intelligently upon 30000 remedy for scab in theep Tobacco tills important subject it behooves the Use boiled is the best remedy known A new post office has been estab Â¬ people to begin examination of the about ten pounds to the barrel of water Pongn alleged defects in the present Consti- Â¬ lished in Rockcastle and named fatally in a as postmaster Use no arsenic as it results tution and decide In advance of the with George W Nichols grrat many cases I have had some ap-Â¬ election day if there is sufficient reason Mrs Jimiina Johnson has been Missouri pointed postmaster at Mulllns Whit Â¬ experience with svab here in for calling the Convention In or- Â¬ ley conuty Paris Kentucklan der that voters may approach the polls Jaa A Anderson bought of A G Owen Bradley a Lexington horse prepared for the intelligent expression Herudon a woodland containing 24 in- Â¬ trainer and Eugene Hutsell had a of opinion the various questlous acres adjoining his other lands for volved In proposed changes of the difficulty in that city In which the was twice shot once in the hip 82 50 per acre It Is a beautiful tract fundamental law must be presented former mile from aud discussed before the people by and once in the abdomen the last about three fourths of a 15 acres of glancing from a button thus slav Â¬ town He will cultivate competent advocates there must be shot the same iu tobacco this season These frequent talk among neighbors and ing Bradleys life lands are not improved and the price Â¬ lost but not least newspapers are exB F Pherigo died yesterday after a paid shows that the value of our lauds pected to give text for discussion and long illness He was well advanced Is nboye what it is thought to be report of measures proposed In years and a highly respected citizen Lancaster News The principle of government adopted He was elected to the legislature from B J Treacy of Lexington has sold by the fathers of the American repub- Â¬ Garrard county in 1878 as a Republithe following fashionably bred and lic to which the State Constitution can and made a good representative promising trotter Prince Alfred ch must conform requires lo change nor Lancaster News c foaletl 1884 by Almout dam Juanlta can any cliauge therefrom he permit-Â¬ The body of F M Hawkins of Leb-Â¬ by Cuyler to Mrs Clara L Rice New- Â¬ ted any departure from such princi- Â¬ anon who has been missing fur two castle Pa for 4000 Dolly Payne b ple rendered therefrom be permitted any departure from such principle weeks came to the surface of the rail- Â¬ f foaled 1887 by Fayette Wilkes dam Â¬ Doein Payne by Almout to same renders the entire superstructure in road pond at that place last WednesHornpipe br b consistent and valueless To build day into which he had probably party for 1000 upon a different foundation would ne- Â¬ thrown himself with suicidal intent foaled 1883 by banker dam Jauette cessitate a different construction of the He was divorced from his wife several by Howards Mambrino to C B Fel Â¬ years ago lows for 0 R Lockridge Kansas for governed It does not followbowever superstructure now standing that the Marcus Gregory oue of the mem- Â¬ 4000 can not be improved without disturb-Â¬ bers of the community of Shakers Capt T D English reports the sale ing the foundation of Democratic gov- Â¬ died at the advanced age of 88 at his of B Spears on Wednesday as well ernment upon which the fabric rests home in Pleasant Hill Mercer couuty attended witii good bidding aud fair To thus improve and remodel the edi- Â¬ on Tuesday His remains were inter prices Corn brought 335 er barrel fice to better suit changed conditions red ou Wednesday iu the Shaker cash oats 15 per ton cash other is true progress but not such progress burying ground properly on four months time Thirty as disregards outlines of the base and Forty convicts arrived iu wagons shoats 460 per cwt brood sows spreads in every direction suggested by on Monday from Frankfort and were 12 50 lo 15 per head some small expediency 250 to 3 milch cows 25 to placed at work mi Mr Rineharltt con- Â¬ shoats If the work Is to be committed to tract of Louisville Southern R R in 40 some young horse stock from 100 tyros in State craft aud to minds in- Â¬ 121 to 150 the cut 011 Mr Deans farm The work to 150 work mules capable by reason of weakness or neg- Â¬ was finished Tuesday aud with the Farming implements and household lect of study to comprehend the sub exception of the cut that Mr Rlne effects sold well Danville Advocate ject belter the Constitution remain as hart is engaged ou the grade is ready The trotting horse men met at the it is than risk a change It would for the ties aud iron all through the City Hall Saturday and the Bourbon however lie a poor compliment to the Harrodsburg Democrat country Trotting Club was reorganized the intelligence of the present age if there D R Carpenter Couuty Attorney follow lug board of officers beiug elected can not be found in Kentucky one hundred men able to intelligently com- went up to Hustonville Saturday to President J E Clay Secretary Dr Treasurer John B pare the conditions of half a century prosecute Holiday S Jones for draw J T McMillan James Miller Miss Northcott Directors ago with the present situation and iug 11 gun on his sister-in-la- w Lizzie Page Jones and Ilia wife had Frank Tamp T H Titus Jos M find means fur improving the law To discover such men and employ parted sometime since aud a short time Hall Joe Qulsenberry and John A their talents iu the service of the State ago be weHt to her fathers where she Lyle June 12th is the date of their requires they should come to the front was and Miss Lizzie appearing he meeting and a motion was adopted aud exemplify fitness for the position pointed bis gun at her but mad no that the Club would join the National In order to bring such men out sub effort to fire He was fined 50 aud Association Paris Keutuckiau jects upon which cau be based argu costs Stanford Journal Blind bridles W O Gormley Co ment and illuslrationcaIculated to dis Â¬ The veneral Gov David Meriwether Aldens JIanifold Cyclopedia play knowledge of the necessity for of Jefferson couuty is in Washington change or the fallacy of iuterference looking after a claim of 3000 for sal Â¬ The third volume of this work now with existing law ary due him as Governor of New Mex on our table even better than the sec- Â¬ Therefore it seems apparent that ico There is probably not one other ond fulfills the promises of the pub the time has arrived for agitating the being who sat in either the House or Ushers prospectus It Is a really hand subject of change iu the Constitution Senate when Gov Meriwether went to some voluraeof 640 pages half Morocco and suggestion of much modification Washington 30 years ago as a Senator binding large type profusely illus thereof as the advocates af a conven- Â¬ from Kentucky to tucced Henry Clay trated and yet sold for the price of 65 tion may have iu reserve He is uow iu his 88th jear and has cents cloth binding only 50 cents postage 11 cents extra Large dis- Â¬ lived an eventful life Courier-Journcounts even from these prices are al THIN COLUMN- lowed lo ejrly subscribers It is to be Mrs Buford who was painfully in- Â¬ In the laundries of the United Slates jured some ten days ago by a fall on issued in about thirty volumes The Manifold Cyclopedia is in many there are more than half a million the Ice is still confined to her bed and women employed Knowing this fact requires the constant attendance nf her ways unlike any other Cyclopedia It it is not difficult to see from whence son Judge Buford to lift and move undertakes to present a survey of the entire circle of knowledge whether the demand for chewlug gum arises her as she can not even turn over words or things thus combining of the Two Clark county gentlemen take without assistance attd he can do it characteristics of a Cyclopedia uud a is two Madison girls iu two weeks This more easily than any nurse This Dictionary including in its vocabulary is too everlastingly too two To coun- Â¬ the reason that he could not hold every word which has any claim to a teract this too twotulnesa let two court in Versailles the past week and place in the English language Its Madison fellows be found who will necessitated the election of n special form of publication is as unique as its agree to take two Clark girls in two Judge Lexington Gazette 28th plan the Ideal Edition its publish- Â¬ weeks Mr Dwiglit N McAfee traveling er calls if and the popular verdict Mr Moody held a special service in salesman of the Robinson Hardware seems to sustain its claim It certain- Â¬ Sunday afternoon Louisville for Company of Louisville met with a ly is delightfully convenient It will One lady was so much serious accident on Tuesday He hud uot be strange if this proves to be the ladies only impressed with the service that she an engagement to meet Col Emnieit great popular cyclopedia It certainly remarked as follows to her husband Hooe In Frankfort on business aud is worthy of examination by all search- Â¬ when she went home There were took the stage at Lawrenceburg for ers after knowledge The publisher never before so many ladies at one that purpose When near Alton the sends specimen pages free lo any ap- Â¬ cuurcu in jjouisviue uor so many axle of the stage broke and the conch plicant John B Alden Publisher handsome ones You should have was thrown into a ditch breaking Mr 393 Pearl St New York or Likesitio been there McAfees shoulder blade and inflicting Building Chicago It m other injuries both internal and exter Â¬ Thobe continues to think that he is Blind bridles W C Gormley Co Harrodsburg Democrat entitled to Mr Carlisles seat that he nal w m Plow tear W C Gormley Co won it fairly and is as capable as Mr Representative Hill Is a regular in Carlisle of fllllug the position We money devil and a man who has great Plow geir W C Gormley Co cau see one point of resemblance faith In the future of Kentucky Mr alas only oue between the men and Hill represents the counties nf Lee that Is neither of them liyes in Mexico and Estill His home is ut lleatty LOUISVILLE T0BA00 tfAEEET- The Courier Journal gracefully yields vllle where he has three stores that FDKNISUKD BY as follows Miss Maria A Brown is supply everything that is needed from Glover Dnrrctt Lonisvillo Tobacco In Washington assertiug that America a bar of soap to a silk dress He also Ware House was discovered A D 1000 by Leif owns aud operates several coal mines and since hi stay iu Frankfort half u Sales on our market just closed Eriksou This information is at vari- Â¬ ance with our former opinions on this dozeii barges have arrived loaded wilh amount to 2055 hhds with receipts of 1681 hlids fur the same period Sales subject but as we hope never to see black diamonds from his mines on our market since January 1st Frankfort Correspondent Courier-Journthe day when we will dispute with a amount to 11955 hhds The market fur both old and new Burley this week Judy the Courier Journal accepts Miss Dr Meredith a prominent young has been irregular and something low- Â¬ Browus dates and personal recollec- Â¬ er and the percent rejections physician of Beruin tions of the event as correct met with nu been unusually lanreof the holders lias not Thatlexceediugly bashful and reticent accident last week that will likely being willing to make any concessions in Hie face of the limited sight man down at Stanford the editor of result in his death He was attempt- Â¬ The following quotationsMock in repre Â¬ fairly ing to mount his horse when the sad the Interior Journal timidly remarks sent our market for Burley Tobacco The Salvation Army lias discharged die turned and his foot hung in the Dark Trash 8 00 9 00 Capt Polly Bryan because she per Â¬ stirrup His horse took fright and Colory Trash 0 dashed madly away for several hun- Â¬ Common Lugs not Colory 14 001C 00 sisted in wearing a bustle The com Â¬ 0017 00 17 00319 00 manding officers evidently want to dred yards kicking the body of the Good Lugs make their women look as mean as helpless mau dragging at his side Common Leaf not Colory 15 0017 00 Good Leaf 18 0025 00 possible A shirt without a tail Is The stirrup leather broke which dis Â¬ Fine Leaf 25 0030 00 engaged the doctor who was then about as useless and uninviting as a unconscious Both legs and the right woman without a bustle arm were broken the scalp torn from Bruce Champ couldnt think of any the back of his head aud his body thlug else to raise a rippet with so he otherwise showed various bruises and hopped 011 the weather to wit Rasp Â¬ cuts His physicians Fay that he is berries grapes green peas and radish- Â¬ seriously If not fatally injured Inter Wr H r Dnval ltMilI n es all grown In the open air around lially also San Francisco aud freshly cut were offered for sale iu that market last CONCERNING FARMERS week Here in Paris we had sailiug around through the air pneumonia The number of thoroughbred stal- Â¬ catarrh whoopitig up Eliza Jane lions In the Stale in 1887 was 265 and cough measles seven years itch their valua was 209007 Woodford lumbago rheumatism corns bunions county reports 34 valued at 50625 and iu grouiiig nails To day we arje nearly oue fourth of the total values having some real gardening weather The total number of acres of hvid ic the State is 25167799 The assessed NEWS PARAGRAPHS value of the same is 234504725 and the number of the city or towu lots is Eb Cooley for the murder of Peter placed at 69909 valued at 126652301 Green iu Garrard county was acquit Lexington Gazette of Wednesday ed Sales of hemp have recently been Kiioxvllle shipped Wednesday her made 5 20 per 112 pounds and one first consignment of can ml coal to tale is said to have been made at that figure at the house the purchaser pay Â¬ New York Tbta povdor never varies A marvel ot purity strength and wbolexomenesa Wore Miss Maggie Lucy daughter of Dr ing for the hauling economical than the ordinary kinds and J A Lucy died at Georgetown aged N H Woodcock Secretary of the cannot of 10M In competition wlUi the mul Â¬Â¬ be low alum 14 years Waldo Park Association at Kansas titudespowderstest liortjwelgtil cans or phos phate Bold only in UorAl City writes that the grand total of IUeimo Iowder Co 108 Wall BU N Y Miss Annie Logan of Knoxville Jnue 22 tf entries for their inaugural spring meet- Â¬ Tennessee form el y of Stanford Ky ing foots up 734 or the best horses In the was married last week West or the World ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs P C Orand daughter of Hen Reports from the winter wheat FOB CITY JUDGE ry C Jennings of Garrard county growing counties of Texas show an In Â¬ died at her home in Waco Texas last Pursuant to a time honored custom crease in acreage from 10 to 100 per of my party I hereby announce my- Â¬ week cent No more rain Is needed before self a candidate for re election to the The farmera in Woodford and other March and the Indications are that office of Police Judge of the city of counties on the North side are going the crop of 18S8 will be double that of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party Election 1st to put In the largest crop of Burley last year Saturday In June 18S8 Respectfully tobacco this year ever planted In the jai2otde H C Rioe TI10 total money raced for last year blue grass section not Including owners stakes entrance Judge Matt Walton Dr M T Scott to purses money in matches and Wat Parker have been appointed and surplus iu selling races amounts to Bell Breck colored is prepared by the Governor of Kentucky as Com- Â¬ 1398283 60 Kentucky distributed as to Mrs washing do at reasonable rates at missioners of the Eastern Lunatic follows Latonia 60040 Louisville iter residence on First street opposite Asylum at Lexingtou iliechool house Give her a wimple 39900 Lexington 28600 wartsog afid you will see that her Jas Wilcox killed a black eagle at a Col Hall Anderson has oW his form work is well done jnlS Itn STAlE CONSTITUTION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ al a al ADRUPF Q AT THE feBKEH OF HOUSE DYKES ON iiUliUUUli L OVERHAULED Walelimaker and Jeweler North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Prices Marked Bown to Make Every thing Moire at - DE A LEU IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plaled ware etc Special attention given to GROCERIES I Ul Itrengs Louisville Stat annua a SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRINGPromptly Cash - done aud In a workmanlike Confectioneries Canned Goods We are just through taking jour O reen and invoice and find we have Dried SVuifr great many goods that aud plenty of every thing in ray line This house is a manner Paid for Old Gold and Silver 66T Dont lorget the place next door to the Post office Richmond Ky jan 4 If MUST BE SOLD AND TO MAKE THEM GO WE HATE Strictly -- ON Bud A- - Fyj w mr -- - n n wm Strictly CASH Basis Stuek GIVE THIS HOUSE The best goods are kept and sold on very So that they WILL GO We want the close margin for cash money for them and prices will bring it mi Priest tb A Tho Popular Lino between Dry B Goods KrfDsLZnifed Deep june22 If Cincinnati - Indianapolis end Clothing Knifed Deep WALLACE Boots Shoes Knifed Deep Itt Eatiri Tnln KCI THEOCCfl VKkni thjBj Pullman Sleoplnc- Cars and Elecant o clinlne Chair Cars en Night fraln3 Magnlflcontrarlcr Cars on Say Trains CHiEOAG BXTWKUI C LAFAYETTE O E Clocks Knifed Deep AND SOIiID BXVXTJa and Yindalla line Pullman Buffet Slerplnp Cars Prllmap neclnine Chair Care New First Class Coarhc Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Louis Cincinnati ftand St Big Four TU the C L St L Bttliraj Elegant Reclining Chcilr Cars Hats GapsKnifed Deep HOTIOIS Knifed Ill Deep Is prepared to do all kinds of Cincinnati and Peoria C BrrwKXN VIA I St L ft C nd I B ft Till m BUILDING TF Shirt Up AND CONTKAOT WORK FactETsrytlg las Been KiBflBeei and and Commodious Reclining ChairCars BETWIIN Eeohk c2 Iniimpolif FesriaIlls Via SHELDOII nl AT TIIE MOST C I St it Chicago St tools and Teorla clous and In mediate connections are made nitu all Lines to ana from the northwest TiriDgh Tiettti as t A C and T P ft M It Bdi the money HWe want money Call Come early see us and save He is a Carpenter Â¬ lint and bonthnett n be obtained at it C RT also via this line r t all Coupon Ticket Offices throughout the coontiy Baiet Cbecti to all rriLdjal fclsta any Ticket Office C I St I and in the best manner secure the harvest at y r thoroughly educated and builder and those contemplating building will do well to secure JOHN ECANGenlPauasdTMlgc2t cracnraATia an estimate from him 8fbly Office at his residence on Hallie 3 Mammoth Louisville Store Notice to Creditors All persons holding claims against the estate of Elizabeth Volin deceased are called on lo file same w itli me properly verified on or before the first Monday in April 18SS Irvine Street Julle22 tf THE CORNER SABBLERY Stephen Jan25 31 D Adminitiator FROM- - Pakrish A SARD ILLUIM Recent railroad extensions have developed exceptionally fine mineral stock and farming districts Maps and full particulars free upon ap- Â¬ plication to C H Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn lilll - MM Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky corner cf MINNESOTA From XTflPK - IN exclusive grain country Uw Aa- an Minnesota is bein rapidly transformed into the finest stock and dairy state in the Union Cheap lands still obtainable convenient to railroad Particulars free upon application to C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn Â¬ There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods ihey ofler is in keeping with the houee They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles maJe in their shop of the best materials The have CommsrciaiGoIiega Occupies 3 Large Halls and 7 Hootm SEOTBOl3 CORNSR Husiness Centers The build 1 1 - M ing of railroads in a new and fertile country creates many new towns affording excellent business opportunities Particulars regirding such opportunities in Montana Minnesota and Dakota will be sent upon application to C II War- Â¬ ren Gen Pass Agt St Paul TVT C V T North Dakota never had better crops than those just har vested Many opportunities to secure fine Government lands recently surveyed near excellent coal fields and adjacent to railroad Maps and full particulars free upon application to C II Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn C Cheapest Best Business College sn the World HfchMt If oaor and CcIJ SltMaI ovr til other Colleges tt World KximmIUoh for SsUm of JtokKrplnic t4 Uencral UnInrM E1uetfon Nnrlj low Mvfeauln at tetuUnce I 17 from SI Sut ar1 Foreign Coastr 003 Grmdaatc In ItuslnCNU 10 Teebri emptor Soslaets Coarn ooeiUu of Rook kKiog BwrlDeta Arltfenetie Team ahtp Commercial Lav MereaaodisUic Baskitvc Jotat Stock VunrctrliLg Lcelnrco Rulne Praetfe Vrrvsmtlo Oorrt poD4eoocCtt of Full CasIaetM Course tBclarfiar Tattton Sttkry and Board la a air funltf aboai 90 BharsVU and Type Writing sad TeJrsrapby ara pm claJtleal bit special teachers airf roxaas aod eaa t tuea atooa or with Coarse Ladies Lad SIS CTj Beriawe and per moatb taken alone CnHego open day and nljhu Stsdtau recefrod on eat My meats Q3ArrsBciftetttt coa bo mads wtth EaUread Com panics for cheap dailr pats to attend thtt CoOsaa a Taxa Â¬ tion Eater now Graduates Gaaraoieed Saoeess For eir aoUrt address Wilbur Smith Pros t Ldlocton Kr Course of CHerehtstt FenmtoiMp Book Kapplaj ArHtineUo vtten affi SpeeUl Department Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Thnr stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as elegance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horso blaukatsv horse boots toe weights girts brushes curry combs snungee fic A lull lino of collars hames trace chains bsck bofftfe htune string plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Â¬ tea Basinets Principal employed tx dec 282 in C P0WDEI Are you mortgaged pay Â¬ S rents or run behind ou Can ning move to a new location Excellent lands which will increase in value several As Trutpe of Hanunh N Humstou cheap fold in fie years No other such oppor- Â¬ I will oiler at public hale al lliu Court- Â¬ tunities existing Full particulars free house door In Lexington upon application to C II Warren Gen Monday 13 SS Pass Agt St Paul Minn nt 12 oclock A TK AO P OF LAND OF A T I 00 ACH1LS lying williin three miles C Of Crops is an un II tx 1 U U Lb i known experience of Lexington in Central and Northern Dakota and Jskms One third cal balance in Minnesota Maps and full particulars re- six anil twelve miilliu garding lands prices etc sent free Ad- Â¬ C N HUSH Thustbn dress C H Warren Gen Pass Agt St P O Addiv s IndiHiiflelil Clark Paul Minn County Ky 18JUI4 nrUT7WORK FOR ANOTHER XI or on a small salary Why con- Â¬ tinue working on a worn out farm Why DISSOLUTION NOTICE try to secure a living from such high priced or heavily mortgaged farms Why The partnership heretofore existing woik on rented land VYliy not start for yourself Why not secure at once some between Green Ifjtris litis been by mutual consent Mr R F Furls of the low priced but ery fertile and well located lands adjacent lo railroads now to having Sold hi Interest to V K All parties indebted to said be obtained by those going to Northern Denny come forward und Dakota and Minnesota where ou can tirin will make a larger net profit per acre than on make payment without further delay the high priced or worn out land 70U now aslUs Important the bu lness should occupy Why not go and look the situa- Â¬ be wound up hh pfjdly u possible tion over and see for yourself or at least Either party is uulhonsud to collect obtain further information which will be the debts due them rent free if you will address C II O ST GltKRN Warren Gen Pass Agt St Paul Minn RF Kauis zSdcciy Jan 21 1ESS tf SUCCESS- ing heavy TRUSTEE SALE TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LIN E February Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house B5fRemember the place Uerndons Corner Main and Sec 1 Streets Tl -- jann W C GOBfMLJlvZ iy CO Â¬ QU1EH AHD CEESCEIT EOUTE OincinnatiSouthern afidBsoowteBBBads i ed QUICKEST MOST DIRBCr AND FAVORIE LFNBTO T pli-Hj-- e New Orleans Florida Bif nngfaufr Gfrattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the PricipalPois Absolutely Pure lJ - A Higff ms Oi UPPER MM aHM fffist CO AST- - THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC Morning and HEW GROCER gjl STREET Â¬ New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities NigitinslMVJci XrvlrftV8 tw winy iimcTWBjrry BiaaTifouns STIPPinl STnf I PA Untr STAPLE FAMJY GROCERIES kinds at Steering liuflM Cterand PullmauN Finest Fates Uueit Sleeper Steva Room Pattarn r o- - Qneensware Glassware Wooflenwrc WASHING F Grand Ceutral Uhlon Depot In CliiannftU passengers boWteff IMcts via tbis line Kiwefore sated transfer acrotss Uie Cttr otid are assured a joeniay attended wttli P eoa fort and oeoveatetiee Nearly AU tlie Leading TtoilrbaOs siHnlfkSS uuSSSte oh CtattMttt Pjtiinnngiir Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches e Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tuhs ry aagtO 1 Travel via- - Queen and Crescent SSPftSIS84 pn Une of yr 2Kt aearl Befwdstoedesit Bonding Wen Foartti Rt Cincinnati t OU8RAN nt AS a 0H tfj AMUtMKitoMfftI Passenger gtlpoK - m THE CLIMAX I Mh V builder who reticles between Silver LDNEbDAY FEBRUARY 188S Creek and Paint Lick was Ju town n Mundny and told us that iiumoern Armer yestetday or his ueiglibora would build tobacoo Kind Voris harns for the coming crop Among those lnentlouwi are J P Embry A The Harrodsburg Democrat referring J Bennett John F White He Pays to the death of Mrs J V Logan of In I 1 4 I t 7i Ml K Hitinu iMMOl Ti1 everybody will raise tobacco this year this place says Mrs Logan was the uHiruitan RStMII 9535 i daughter of Mr Sanford Mcfirayer jau 2sm nW sh - Xew Coal Firm r whose monument over a tenantless 4 S 7 8 SSI Sj ftMMl Covington II WM EDHIiliri Arnold Bro and grave tells the tale of his sad loss in Mes rs V L Crutober D Clien- - the burning steamer War Eagle on LLI 7 1S 6V ault and L H Blanton Imve purchns the Mississippi river Mrs Logan VJ II 12UKUMU IHUBIIHIt eil HHrber l MSHBTlJI H 17 RU S9Tr Whites coal yard near lived in our midst for many years the 5X27S2SM Jt 5S the K IX Depot for 50500 The style beloved wife of the pastor ot the First et ste r l mu i ot tue Hrm will be the Cwl Elevator Presbyterian church ntt it The announce-Â¬ uii7i Bissau HiticirHui and Lumber Company Mr Ruther ment of her death will carry sorrow ford I51autni will be found at the office into many households and her vener- Â¬ 1 Til 1 Ilf I 4 4 7 S JJH i7 IMllBI M neuiUH able mother her husband and children biiukbiivI A Child of Parrhasics siaa astSMi r will have the sympathy of their friends Mr A Conn the well known por here Mrs Logau was Jot tu a woman of 4 7 8 trait painter from Lancaster is in this fine mind and thorough culture and to 11 R U 14 U M county fur a stay He is at present at great excellence of character ggEgg Mr Alexander TribWes pointing She a was unusually benevolent and a con- Â¬ portrait of Mr Tribbles mother Mrs scientious christian and discharged Mr Conn bus hud twenty her manifold duties to her family Mr Tom Lackey k wtlePinan Air Chenault five years of Mudyand practice and in society tjuigton MHehell and the church with entire fi- Â¬ well skilled in ntrl rail ure He wields delity Mr Zack MflH of LiHkvillc Jlfe the brush with au artistic hand uri is among the jaek men of title Winn 3Iiller Low Rates to PaciGc Coast tmty Mr James Simpson Winn of Win- Â¬ The new agreement between the chester and Miss Harrie J Miller of Mr S L MWWBJMwemirfoyed W traus continental Hues authoristes a Madison will be married this morning Bolton oue m tlte west liorse sltoerg II lower rate to Pacific coast points via at 11 oclock Dr Busell Cecil of n tl lie couulry See mI elsewhere Manitoba Pacific route than is made Mnysville will pronounce the cere H T OW wW one car load of via any other line Mr Accommodations mouy It will be a matinee weddiug fj- - c i i arlwg mules te Fry and Ykly first class F4r rates maraud other aud rumor says Bavenwood the I Itnuessee at WMfiM perliead hrnt imrticuhirs apply to C H Warren beautiful home of Mr and Mrs Bobt e It General Pusnger Agent bU Paul Miller is beautifully decorsted Four Minn or if Tupper Dist Pass gentlemen will be the attendants Prof rn ib selling at S8 08 per barrel in Agent 282 South Clark Street Chicu B T Irvine and Mr John Stewart of I crib and tlie mecctti lire tliat it Ko Frankfort and Dr Stapletou and Mr nillue lliiicli higher Utfwe itiHg in John McCliutock of Winchester The t 7 The City School Closed h with TheCity School taught by MissesPey bride will wear a beautiful gown white Mr Larkm MhIHhs is adding to his tini Frazee and ilarcourt has closed Faille t ilk with white moire Iront cut pvtn lwue oi Orchard street ami Is It was n most satisfactory session decollette and long tralu aud a neck- Â¬ so il j have uut h illustrated oata Eight of the pupils received from Prof lace of pearls A very handsome veil i e cf li flowers Joeph Deshu Pickett Superintend Â¬ will be worn and a bunch of white hya Â¬ - JaUi Davit wHI sell IiIh prsou ent of Public Instruction certificates cinths will be carried In the left hand on ThHrsday the 28rl of graduation in the common school The couple will leave on the 130 train ij miles from town oh the PoHr Mile course t4i wii Frank Burns Deuettie to witness Mardi Graa at New Orleans I i lie ami liks family tneau to go Coruelion San fold Newlon Margaret Etowah A Romance of the Confederacy McCollum Corinne Gentry Smith The Cmmax has receiveil advance Myers Florence Kelley sheets of a novel entitled Etowah A who owns la ml A gmtWiaii Romance of the Confederacy by umJ- the limits of Bfchmoud says- A Coincidence Frauds Fontaine which the author A not less thaH S6W per acre will Two weeks ago The Climax con- Â¬ dedicates to the disabled Confederate I 3 i He is expeetiog tle Louisville tained a notice that Mr Tom Ellison veterans with the hope it may be the S Jam at Bed House this couty owned a cow means ot inaugurating a practical Mrsrs GioMMi himI Ootlins mule that suckles ten pigs Mr Tube Elli- Â¬ sympathy for them commensurate son a brother who lives at SMonville f RMimoud Lor e buyer a with their necessities it beinghis de- Â¬ tells us that he has a sign to aid in building n Veterans Lien bujing lUHku ami l4rses in Lee Garrard county OAtley tlH week Beattyvllle slut that suckles reven pigs Tliere Home at Atlanta for Confederate u are three more of the Ellisons and e soldiers disabled by the loss of a limb L - r ie wonld like to hear from lliem especial Â¬ As guardian of Ltla Lee Reyee Mr ly if they have any eccentric pigs in active service during the war The motive is highly patriotic and the ob Harvey CWi will oh Tuesday Feb-rur- j- cows and dogs ject most worthy and The Climax Hth ret to the highest bM Jer hopes the book may have a large sale acres ot grass h the BooMesbor Pebraary The book contains 500 pages neatly turnpike AltiHMigh the shortest in the year printed aud well written The book Dr J H Moore the tpee444list from this month will have fi Wednesdays will be sold on subscription An agent itiiiati wan hee eu Monday and and Ihere will be five iB4ies of Tjik for this locality is wanted Address Latin Febntarius from Francis Fontaine 4SJ Marietta street will return agaitt abotit April 1st He Climax to purify so csllal from Atlauta L Lee n much eeoragtHl by the febrmure Jtbrua the festival of expiation and nage he bus reeved kmre a lustration which was held on the 15th No Slouch Ir Win Devore of the Transfer of this month the second mouth in Referring to Winchester as an ap- Â¬ c iiuuy has toucliwl up one of his our calendar coutaiuing 23 days ordi- Â¬ plicant for the State Capital Smile c iu uusrt with itaint and it bears the nal Hy and 29 days in Leap Year It Smith of Lexington writes the Louis iime of Mr T B Cmrr the K C was not in the calendar of Bomulus ville Times as follows a - t at tins place en Ha gttaeliing Numa added two mouths to the year Winchester is no slouch of a town JlS January at the beginning and Feb Â¬ Judge Bees lives there aud keeps a ruary at the end It was placed after hotel fit to gludden the stomachs of r K MeDuweli bold 8S8 barrels January by the Decemvirs about 450 be Â¬ the Olympian gods And Tom Stuart t rn to the Bonanea Boiler Mills fore Christ Paris Kentuckiau Citizen Can talk a visitor into catalepsy about r tj er brret at Ute erib the resources of the State aud Judge Mr Joe ColliHS stritl Wi barrels f Excursions to New Orleans and Mobile Beckner can furnish predestinated to the Bonanza Holler XIIIIs for ri Now is the time for a trip to New religion enough to keep a whole Leg- Â¬ J 111 c 11 Orleans or Mobile when on Mardi islature busy ill trying to dodge fore- Â¬ As agent of Mrs Mary Xobie Mr Gras February 14th ami the week ordained hell fire durilig the entire J iaus Poland u ill sell pnMMy on the previous the Gulf cities will be gayer session Such tilings ought to be at- Â¬ To tractive to the carnal as well as the rem ices three awl a half miles front than ever before in their history II Urn id on Saturday February enable every one to enjoy the magnifi Â¬ spiritually minded but they are not rv Ii the iersomil proerty ami rent cent Mtrdi Gras festival at small ex Â¬ I admit that Winchester is the Future pense round trip ticket at one fare to Great th Birmingham of Kentucky farm New Orleans and Mobile will be sold It Is jut as near to all other points as Mr V W Pigg lots bought of Silas by the Queen Crescent Route on any otlier place if you people T Green E4 all tne brisk on Uie Feb 8th until February 2Sth With of Winchester draw the let theand put map lu nt comer for 550 He will 84kmi its triumphal processions grand public on it all theimaginary railroads that ii c eanitig awl straightening them reeeitlHis parades ami balls Mardi ought to be bailt And you can go J anl in the soring wilt hate erecled Gras offers a programme of attractive- Â¬ from there to Purls and Bichmond a r brick staWe ness not excelled by any historic easier than you cm from auy other Mr T Y BowIiihH who Mil TorHi pagent of the Old World Beruember great city in America And lroru Cresent Route is the Richmond it is but little distance to it Leirhers traek the pai t year ir S4i the Queen direvl and quick Rtmte South Waco or Foxtowu is ri moved to Silver Creek awl taken T Barns Tobacco Barns n practical barn Lee and Bob Richardson charged with stealing two bee hives filled with bees nnd honey from Mr W H Sale near Union City were before Judge PERSONAL T nee us iri COLLEOE HILL PAINT LICK M Barker of Irvirlei dropped in to oiif tahctum bit Mdndayi Mr Simon Deniaree nnd bis young bride will make thtlriiortto in otlr burg Mr Charley Owen nnd wife of Woodford county are visiting relativrs herp mi si i4ffl pi tax Mr and Mrs Irvine White of Hunts ville Ala are isiting relatives here r- 2S8S iii4 lll fafilrlllrfffl i y r 114 a on business Mr Harry Crittertddn of Beattyville Mr Sid Elkln and wife of Winches visited Rev W Y Sheppard Tuesday tor paid our Village a very short visit Mr R E L Barlow is attending the last week hospital school of dentistry at Louisville Col T B Deraaree delivered n Messrs N P and Ike Van Meter of lecture on temperance at Bybeetown Winchester were in the city Monday Sunday eveulug Mr Charley Wllloughby has emi- Â¬ central Illinois is1 it i4iin ntvsiaa ii asKffa iwa3tni -- il Mrs B B McDowell left last week grated and will make for Chicago where she will spend the his abldlugpluce Jli Â¬ i I- iritry Mr A F Deatherage has removed Mrs Mary McClintock and Mrs W from this place to the old homestead R Letcher attended the Moody meetings on Muddy Creek in Louisville last week Mr Robert Owen of Clark paid Miss Phcebia May Miller who has been another oue of his rare visits to this isiting her sister Mrs C L Monteiro place last Sunday in Abilene Kansas has returned Mr Campbell Williams one of our Capt Archibald 11 Goodloe and wife oldest citizens is on the sick list and who spent the past year in Europe will his recovery is thought to be doubtful reach home within the next few days A lady of African extraction known Mr Talton Embry of Louisville and as Suge has contributed n fine pair Mr John H Embry of Nicholasville of twins toward replenishing The were here on Monday Both had cattle BtuU for sale Mn Miller who has been visiting his Mr R Gt Dunrl representing Burton daughter Mrs T B Deniaree for a Price Co of New York in imported mouth or so returned to his borne near silks and dress trimmings was in the city Owensboro Iat week en Monday Mrs Stewart widow of the late Dr Mrs Eliza Frazer of Cynthiana is A C Stewart has gone to Louisville visiting Mrs J A G Williamson Mrs and will make her home with her Frazer is the mothtr-in-laof Gov father Dr Buckley She will be miss Â¬ Cale West of Utah ed by many friends here Mr George M Berry of this county Rev F Grider has graciously offered is representing Louis Stix Co a prom- Â¬ tn lead a class in singing ul the M E inent dry goods firm in Cincinnati He Church during the remainder of the was here on Monday and seemed to be winter The olass meets on Tuesday doing well evenings and all are invited to attend Miss Annie Phelps of Butler Mo daughter of Mr George E Phelps form- Â¬ WACO erly of this county was married February 1st to Mr Claude Walton of that State Prof J B Harris will open a good formerly of Kentucky A Barr of Kansas City Mo school here March 1st w remainder of the winter Paint Lick ts situated on Paint Lick Creek and the Ki C B R the creek being the Cuunly line between Mudisn aud Garrard counties near ball way between Boimoud nnd Lancaster and containing about two hundred in imp- Â¬ utation It has four dry good houses one drug store one hard ware store two black smith Shops one carriage shop two hotels depot and a large flouring mill At a salt lick near by the Indians peeled nnd painted a tree hence the name Paint Lick We have two churches New Hope aud Mount labor and a college Walnut ta Mount Tabor Baptist church has secured the pastoral services if L P Johnson for the coming yenr He closed a protracted meeting of 18 dais with an addition of 32 Whte Barley Tobacco seed pure Post nflieeiit Rlehraoml JSy week ewdiitx Feb 7 1886 Kanner J E Burre Annie MiUer Standard L Benton Francis Cha Ofbtd Elijah Pre ton Tin Denny Mattk Francis Mtts Alice Trainer Naimfc A Walker Mrs Robt Gentry Bettie White Smirs UrHnn wm Young M ry Grit John Post oftloe Inmrs from 8a Money order ami rrginiereil letter M hours prompt 7 am to S p x Brookf J B Bogie Fannie Bromf n David C MtBio Mofcerie LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the T Cbrmce NEW GOOD S NEW PRICES COVINGTON XI7p r x J B WILLIS 1 4 and genuine at Whites Drug Store Second Stj near Garuett House 8feb4t Wanted f4 2J 7rtSf f aQj I slrErX- - I of cixewfXATi THE SPECIALIST 3- 1 Catarrh Throat and Lung A Dec Horn Place as house girl or nurse Good references Inquire of Mrs David Powers at cemetery It Trace chains W C Gormley Co Co Trace chains W C Gormley for rejoicing MITCHELL Every dog has his day nud the day among our poultry men has reached here ut last It was ush ered in by GanterS chicken cholera cure which Is sold on the plan of no Â¬ and all Chronic Disease of the Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood lkaes Women Nervous and Spinal Affcctionsv will return to General Debility etc Hichmsnii aboat April 1st and resnM Me First day of th will be devoted week to treating Piles Cancers and Tl mors exc1u5eiy Sed for Circulars Testimonial etc address P O Box 971 i H- - MO0RK M Cincinnati I O announce that their goods are now CHAS 5POWELI GEO Y FORMAN cure no pay by Stockton Willis It fretful peevlsn or troubled with Windy Colic Teething Pains or Stomach Disorders can be relieved at once by ttsing Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine hence is safe Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist POWELL k FORMAN T cYv o vvvv c tnftt cross Open for Inspection The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices Fire Insurance We represent the following Insurance Cooipankk and solicit tour patronage Guardian of London Assets Queen of Liverpool bermanof rreeport Commercial Union of London Firemans Fund ofCat Total Fund 2 s603323 Dr C jsl - his sister Mrs Duke Tipton at Ford was in Richmond es terday He sas that Kansas City has a permanent boom who is visiting Mr T B Ayers left monday for a trip ill Southern Kentucky and Tennessee in Spencer the interest of the Francis Mr Ayers is a pleasant broom factory polite business man and w ill meet with great success 1 lve tj Mr S C Stanton of Chicago repre- Â¬ Mansenting the St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railroad was here last week He went up to Estill county for a party of emigrants who are to find future homes in Dokato Â¬ Mrs Jas B McCreary Mrs T D Clienault Mrs T C Bronston Miss Moss and Robt McCreary returned from a short stay in Louisville Saturday where they attended the Moody and Sanky meetings Mitchell who represents Ford Eaton Co wholesale grocers Cincinnati was drumming our town the first of last week He is one of the most popu- Â¬ lar men on the road and represents a good house Beattyville Enterprise J D Â¬ J S Collins Will sell you your carpets at a bottom He Sews and Lays them for Col T B Demaree lectured at By figure you and thus rids you of the trouble beetown last Sunday night In Matching them Call and see A letter from Mr Algin Hisle at him jaulS 3m Columbus Ga says the mule market A Question is exceedingly dull owing to the con- Â¬ tinued raius tliere Where are you going to buy your The Waco items of two weeks ago drugs and books this year I invite contained a short paragraph couceru your trade W G White iugthe marriage bells of Frogtown Druggist Second street uear Garnett your correspondent has been cen- Â¬ nnd jan18 tf sured for ba lug said parties resided House in Frogtown1 was not there The term A Vote to be Taken humble or misrepresent used to Aud It is thought that a laige majori their residence but because neither ty will be In favor of trading at Whites the gentleman nor lady lived close an J really it isnt any dishonor to live Prescription Drug Store on Second street near the Garnett House janlS tf in Frogtown any way Mr Sam Deatherage was stricken X nVnvO e Blood Elixir la the only TVV YvVA Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ pains lately while teed It is a positive cure for Ulcers Erup-Â¬ with numerous gathering ice His physicians lold tions or Syphilitic Poisoninc It purifies the whole system and banishes all Rheumatic him he had the muscle rheumatism Buster then concluded to bathe his and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it limbs in polkberry root water and Sold by W G White Prescription after usinc this remedy once or twice Druggist in declared he was cured Gov Buckuer lias refused to send troops to Pike county to suppress the COLLEGE HILL Hatfied McCoy feud Miss Nannie Williams has gone to Do you want pure drugs and the best Estill on visit You brands of tobaccos aud cigars Mr A D McKitiuey has sold his can find them at J J Brooks interest hi the dry goods aud grocery June2i tf store here to his partner Cd T B tno Children They are es Deniaree Mr McKinuey thinks of CLrvxx OVXVrC pecialiy liable to sudden becoming 11 11 S SJS0 o i06i4 00 00 11701193 00 zlUJjjZ 00 55 727 PoweUs oroce on Second Street and Formans at Bonanza Roller Mill dec-28-i- v Powell Foeman Good Home For Sale CLtOTHIHG consists of the latest patterns and best maÂ¬ I wih to sell privately my bonus piaceofSO ACRES OF LAND one half mile from Kingston 111 Madison eotiuty Ky Dwelling -- - House terials M en Youths Boys Â¬ of four rooms and hall Good eMern buggy lton e and all out buildings and one of tlte best stables in tiie county Convenient to seiMls Good orchard churches luilH shot Mores and sim- Â¬ ilar places Good place for physician Terms or nierelwnt W B STIVERS 23nl t ey lifflinisiralrks Mice Mr Jeff Mitchell who represents Ford Eaton Co grocers of Cincinnati returned Saturday from a trip to the moun- Â¬ tains where he supplies the whole country with groceries He sas the people are anxiously awaiting the tide in the river to get their logs and coal to the market Â¬ of all sizes can be furnished with everys thing in the Clothing and line Furnish-ing-good- commercial tourist Ie Miss Mollie Winn Miss Lizzie Winn Mrs Wm Miller Mr and Mrs Card well Messrs John McClintock Dr Staplcton Thos Phillips of Winchester Miss Annie Poyntz of Shelbyville Mr John Stuart of Frankfort Mr and Mrs Robert Hann of Danville Mrs Lynn and Miss Mary Hollow ay of Lexington arrived yesterday evening for the Winn Miller wedding this morning Our people were disappointed by not hearing Mr Beauchamp lecture last Saturday and Sunday evenings His lectures were announced but the hon- Â¬ orable gentleman failed to make his Croup Whooping Cough guarantee Ackers English Remedy a positive cure It saves Sold by hours of anxious watching Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Colds Coughs etc We All persons having claims againt the estate of James O Long deceased will please present them to me or Lyman Par- Â¬ rish properly ermed for payment on or before the 1st day of April 1SS8 All persons indebted to the estate will please call at once and pay same Mrs M M LONG Administratrix ifebt From an IYercoat lo a Srttie The public are united to call on me for appearance RELIGIOUS The second quarterly meeting for the Richmond station Feb 25 and 26 Rev J W Fitch P E will be present and preach Saturday morning and Sunday Enter In is the name of a song com- Â¬ posed by Will S Hays for the Moody meetings now in progress in Louisville It is sung by Prof C S Case assisted by three hundred oices Mr Moody says that he does not want church members to come to the evening services at the Tabernacle as they crowd out others who can not attend at any other time ireif the Hume Brothers Mr tltorangb -- rfabiw At the sale of the Ford Lumber Companys mill and lumber on Wed Ntws reaches us from iHHerent Mrts nesday last Capt P P Bollard reports cf the county tltat petk thieves are as fbHotts The mill with machinery I i g everything they ean get their and fixtures was bought by Sterrilt Is on anil that many a liouse wifes and Thomas of Paris Jor 5000 The ring gt crop will be shoftming to same parties rented the yard witli 8 or t nit ran al making a rahi on her roost 19 aeres of ground attached for five id lead is a good anritlnte or t4oh years at 400 per year Common pop- lhtr lumber sold for 12 iter 1000 bnx an I dimension stun 10 sheeting 6 M- - Hugh ArnmtfBe wahn Has been Walnut cleurstufl brought 5J rejects f several years with CrojikeSon 15 S5 Cherry lumber mill cuts as their cutler hft Ia eek for his brought 25 About six lrmdred thou- ie in New Castle Indiana Mr ami feet if lumber were old The S n McElvey of IrtllffeflMs ar Â¬ members composing the firm of t lie rive and will do the cdUIijg In the Ford Lumber Company are Messrs itr- haul tailoring estaWi hinent of C D Clienault A B Buruain and t ri Urmt4Mi rooke Bennett Brutus J Clay of this place H ii Lou G Beudntmp Tite Court Day C i Giugh a MeI by CoJ T B Du ree I O G T- - will give Jree Auctioneer Z E Bush teports 250 e every night cattle on the Richmond market court lc ues at the t Ii week beginning at 7W The day 26 900 pound cattle sold at 3 cents 16 Lc is invited to attend All seats periMMiiiil at 330 fr e Mr Beuehamp Is a great humor Â¬ per hundred 45 nice calves at 25 per ist and an opportunity for a good laugh head 1 yoKe of steers at 73 1 joke is rfhred to lie public at 80 1 yoke at SSI 1 yoke at 75 1 broke mule at 01 50 plug horse at Mr C I Searey of Waeo passed 40 plug horse at 25 A Unit 50 broke t rough here yesterday tn Louisville mules changed hands at 70 to S133 He has gone to look after the inanu Money easier than for several previews fjcure of his wonderful Ledger The court days Good feeling generally C uner Jourual JobPrintlug Co writes Carithers of Lexington lienrd LnTi that the demand is growing rapki 18 prices work bought mules ij A lirge Clitoago Iwuse wants to paid from 185 to 175 Col O H ianufacture it for tlte North west Clienault purchased a fancy bunch ol rJp mules vt 155 per head Tennessee parties have bought largely Another Sale of Wheat Tie Richmond Elevator Cemnaiiy f young colls and yearlings in the Jones srl last week tn Messrs Formau county McLean 10 miiles of ML C aud hue linaut Co 10909 bnnHs of wheat Sterling bought at 0J cents er bushel Tills is the re Imrses at prices from 100 to 150 fur liJiaiiow Â¬ Imrsenniii Boudinot is a w ell e4Hitpe4 fur bnsiuess Sale Sleeting of Ex Confederates In At a meeting of as many soldiers as could be cot together at the Court houe in Richmond on the Gth inst for the purpose of forming au organization of the survivors living in Madison couuly the following offi Dr Will Jennings cers were elected Preialent Capt Thus Thorpe Secretary Nathan Dealhemge Treasurer James Cosby Charles Coley R B Terrill Joe Oldham Anily McCord WT Tevfa AsherNewby Executive Â¬ Â¬ - Cwirt-hou-- mailerofthe32000 bushels purchased lw 1 the horses fall The Livingston Coal Company CeuBten Miteholl firm of merchant fail rs and clothiers ask your attention ts tLeir anununeement elsewhere in tlIs issue which should be read and Its board of man Â¬ t tiJer d They speak volumes In few Bacon Secretary agers Is composed of some of the most wo Jx They are prepared to prove the substantial citizens of Bourbon and trjh of every word they utter - mom adjacent counties with principal office Caught of business in Paris The plant is 119 Tue man who got Miss Cnratliwltes acres of land at Livingston on Bock wanJa ha beeH canglit The Loofe castle river which was successfully vne Times of Saturday lays 0 R developed by Georce Sambrook4leceas H mes the confidence man who ed The coal is of a superior quality Victimized Miss Lnla Crosetb watte of and in such demand that the late Lrx iiCton to the extent of a gold owner with all his well kuowu energy and chain in this city several was UnabIeto supply it The stockhold Â¬ Ci sago xas arrested a few days ers of the company have capital and aaerward in Evanevllle Indiana energy and we much mistake If they Miss Cross h waite refused to go there dont shortly moke it the leading coal and prosecute lilm and he was released on the lines if the Ky Central from Itaferwards developed that be stole the Rockcastle to the Ohio River An t everal thousand dollars worth of agent has been sent to tiie coal regions of costly foa ilsfrom the Cincinnati Vircinia to employ a hundred addition A nu moer of the missing al miners who will be put to work on aeries were found in his valise their arrival The outlook promises Renewed efforts will now be made to us a superior article We hope also catch bun for lower rates Paris Keutuokfan for Mve -v-u Unl-ver-ify Â¬ luis new aud With a capital of sixty thousand dollars has been organized in Paris within the past few days W B Millpaugh of Kentucky CentralR R Is President J B Norlhoolt Treasurer aud W A Â¬ Â¬ Rev R B Mahoney who has charge of the Millersburg Baptist church and another at a salary of 800 a year has Committee motion On it was resolved been called to the Newport church which that the name of the organization lie has 400 members and pays a salary of Association of ex Confederate the S4kliers of Madison County Rev D C Rankin of Holly Springs It was further resolved th it the Miss preached at the First Presbyterian members of the Executive Committee church on Wednesday and Thursday be requested to procure aud report to nights and Sunday morning at 11 oclock the next meeting a complete roll of He also conducted the union sen ices at living in Madison the Christian church Snnday night ex Confederates county The Evangelist G W Dunlap closed The meeting adjourned until the the series of meetings that have been in first Monday in March at 2 oclock p progress at the Court house for the last it at the Court house In Richmond three weeks on Sunday night with onlv aud all ex Confederates are invited one addition The services were much and urged to be present enjoyed and appreciated by all church Â¬ The Cmmax ami Register are res going people Mr Dunlap impressed all pectfully requested to publish these by his great earnestness and filled the proceedings Court house nightly with interested listen- Â¬ Jennings President Will ers Evangelist Dunlap was assisted in Thos ThokIE Secretary singing by Mrs Dunlap which was an additional pleasure of the meetings Heal Estate Transfers Messrs Ezekiel Formau aud D B UNI0xciTY Fnroman purchased last week of Mr J S Collins the lot on Main street Mr E Jasper Powell ban removed opposite the Christian church 87Jx300 totheT JeiTLauter farm near Jack Â¬ for 2100 Tli Messrs Forman will sons Ferry Mr Latiter will remove erect a double brick residence on the March Jst to his new purchase at Beck lot in the spring which will be quite nerville Clark county an improvement and ornament to There Is no bottom to some of the that part of the city Mr David Mi era dirt mads has the contract for building at 0500 Mr J J Brooks sold last week bis Shearer Jett have sold their stock one third iuterest in the Barlow mill of goods at Doylesvilie to Richa Wells Clien- Â¬ properly to Messrs Forman tions a drug firm ault for 1741 Messrs E Forman Mr C T Wells has sold his interest Co nnd Sou Formau Cheuault fc at J B Willis still have au iuterest in in thefofirm of Wells Bruce this UnionÂ¬ City vicinMr J T Parrish of the mill ity and the firm will be Bruce Par Mr Larkiu Mullins the florist has risb n good firm purchased a lot on Orchard street on Mesn Haden and Simeon Turpln which he will extend his green house who purchased the Mr It P McCord purchased the of Doylesville farm of his father Mr David McCord Bodes place four miles from Bichmond Sr in the Brookstown neighborhood will remove thither this month in the Northern part of the county PERKIKS consisting of 370 acres for 50 per acre Amount of sale mi Thursday last 18600 This purchase adjoins the Preaching at Sylome the first Sun- Â¬ Owens farm now owned by Mr Mc Â¬ day owing to the Inclement weather Cord and give hirrr u farm nf 500 there was not a large crowd Preach acres of the best land in the county ing at the same place second Sunday Mrs B Juett purchased of Mr D night C Blggerstaff the frame residence oti On last Wednesday night Ja L 3rd street adjoining the old Burton property unw owned by Hon T J Sowers and C N Adams while re Â¬ Scott for 1640 Mr D C BlggeiBraff turning from church were fired upon bought the storehouse on Main street by some unknown uartles if CWallace now occupied by L The tobacco that W S Soweja Jo on Wednesday last bought watffnr tlie Globe Yare uuuse P Sanders S2OO0 Mr JefF Eu banks who has been i resident in Missouri for thirty five years passed through the village last making obseivatiuus among weeR some of the old familiar scenes of his boyhood aud trying to find a woman J S Coilinss who would consent to assume matronly Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni duties of his Western home ture Lace Curtains Window Shades Mr Albert Hamilton of Estill coun- Carpets c jaul8 3m ty was seen hanging around the parÂ¬ Carpets sonage for several days last week When au experienced warrior who has You will find the biggest stock the smelt the powder in many engage Â¬ Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles ments makes a careful recounissauce and the Lowest prices at J S Collinss ami then begins a charge something is janlS3m certain to he dune Boys fortifj The Louisville Southern Is certainly coming but railroad IRVINE Whites Prescription Drug Store is already here Second street near the The agent of an English syndicate Garuett House J411I8 tf has taken options on 10000 acres of fT Of the good things of this land In this county at 9 per acre niUVWjK ar8 sorrowfully let Messrs J D Mitchell J H Mc- Â¬ alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia Dowell W II Martin of Richmond Indigestion and Constipation sold on a of Lancaster positive guarantee and Mr Baughmun at 23 and 60 cents by spent a few days 111 our town this W G White Prescription Druggist week Â¬ Scein a Dollar Some men can see a dollar a long way off but everybody can save a dollar by trading at Whites Prescrip tion Drugstore on Second street near the Garuett House Jan IS tf Fat men and thin men need not fear that they cannot be pleased loots and Slices which I am now selling at very low prices to make room for my immense TOOK OF HATS Every kind and style of Hat from the finest silk to the cheapest felt J 5 which I will have on in about thirty day I carry the following celebrated custom made brands which are guaranteed N Oloys Ladies Childrens Gents Ztegler lires Ladies Drew Selby Cos Ladies The young men have organized u ofOiuciitnati now instruments They are learning fast under the lendership of Mr W 3 preparation known for all Lung Park aud the instructions of Mr E B cold on a positive guarantee at Troubles 10c 60c Busby W G White Prescription Druggist Mr James Walpert of Corydon Syrnp of Figs Indiana was iu Irvine several dus lust week looking around with a view Is Natures own true laxative It is of publishing a weekly newspaper the most easily taken and the most here He will return about April 1st effective remedy known to Cleanse the and begin the work System when Bilious or Costive to Mr J T Friend the watchmaker dispel Headaches Colds nnd Fevers has opened a shop at the store of O to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges Â¬ W Friend ami is prepared to do all tion Piles etc Manufactured only kinds of work in hi Hue Mr Friend by the California Fig Syrup Company is also the Inventor of n very conven- Â¬ San Fraucisco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis 12iiiu ly ient pair nf scales for weighing and a combination drafting instrument His The Popular Approval application for patents are now before Of the efforts of the California Fig the Commissioner of Patents Syrup Company to present to the pub- Â¬ lic an agreeable and eflective substitute EDEXT0N for the bitter uauseous liver medicines and cathartics formerly used is as Mensels are still raging in this vicin Â¬ gratifying to the Company as it Is ity credible o the good taste of the public James Phillips is here from Bonne The large nud rapidly increasing sale nf Syrup of Fig nnd the promptly ccunty on a business trip beneficial effects of a single dose are Pendleton Cobb has broke eleven convincing proofs that it is the most hundred pounds of hemp easily takn and the most pleasantly Born to the wife oIolm W Burton eflective remedy kuowu dec2S it a sou Thomas T Burton City ov Tolkjjo State of OntoCounty Joseph N Turner had three steers S S Lucas j suffocated to death under a straw stank Frank J Cheney make oath on the farm of Jlles Sanders in Gnr that he is the senior partner of the rard county Arm of F J Ciibney Co doing Bill Scott Sheriff of Jessamine coun- Â¬ business in the City of Toledo County ty arrested Wilson Willis for shooting and State aforesaid and that said firm at the ferryman George Sowell at the will pay the sum of ONE HTJNDBED mouth of Paint Lick Creek The DOLLABS for each and every case shooting occurred about one year ngo of Uatahhii that can not be cured by He was arrested 011 the 241 h tilt and the use of Halls Catabkii Cure FRANK J CHENEY his bond fixed at two hundred aud fitly Sworn to before me and subscribed dollars for his appearance at Circuit in my presence this 6th day of Decem- Â¬ Court ber A D 8C A W GLEASON f Horses Shod J SEAL Notary Publlo Road Horses Trottprs aud Buutiers shod in any manner desired Halls Catarrh Cure is taken InterÂ¬ nally and aats directly upon the blood I have an extrA lot of second growth timber for repairing nil nnd inucuB surfaces of the system kinds nf vehicles Repairing machiu Rend for testimonials free All work guaranteed ery a specialty F J CHENEY CO T0W0 O Shop baok nf Brookss drug stare SoUl S J J Brook 7 cent Sfcbly 8 L M1DKIFF J1 bras hand and have a splendid set of thousands Buffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ sumption Coughs etc Did you over try Ackers English Remedy It is the best WS2S ttox Mrts in Profusion and great variety No house in Central Kentucky carries a better stock of shirts N Ilest Bros Gentlemens II B Antbonies Childrens EilTviu Clapps Gentlemens Alien Flaggs Ileavy Goods SCaU and I can show better than I can tell you that I am felling CHEAP RcseecifeNy C C WALLACE J A Splendid Line of ITeckwear Latmdrr oMcikd P S I am agent for N V Seaaa Ladies nd GenUemen jM work iy i t MERCHANT TA LORING A FIRST CLASS CUTTER of yoars of experience and a competent corps of tailors together with a W 3 f if M L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN Large and Choice Stock of Suitini and TROUSERINGS in both Foreign anfl Domestic Goods enables Covington Mitchell to compete with all houses every- Â¬ The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As stylishand durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to wear tiie stocking or hurt the feet make them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe Buy the bent None genuine unless stamped on bottom W Shoe warranted L Douglas DOUGLAS W 4 SHE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 abac which equal custom made shoes coating Iran s to 9 W - DeUQLAS JM SrfS k celled or heavy wear DOUGLAS W 2 SHOF is worn by all Bojs and is the best school stioe in I- wt where k COVnTGTOl TMIACKEY Salesman fbS ly MITCHELL tbeworkL AH the Above goods are made in Coc not toU gTt5 liton and Lace and ibvrottr dealer write W L MCtiMflk BrkttXas ifcb A j JACK FKREKAS Ageat KiduiMa Ky -- m vt vy T v AN ISLAND ARCADIA She Teeth II of Care Evidently Cnknow Among The Society Islanders Life runs jilonjj very smoothly in paradise The Tahititm has M Ms wants supplied his physical by nature his political by Franco awl hk spiritual by foreign missions Ho new only lacks perpetual youth lie is tall well wade and muscular and his featares are regular The iroraoa hare their share of beauty coaparcd with their sisters of other races some of them being very lovely Behold an oral face lit by soft dark liquid eyes Hmier a broad low forehead the nose slightly acqueliae with delicately oat nostrils a OHrred sensitive mouth and small tvell tnied ehiii and this crowHed by a wary mass ef long fine hair reach JBg bolew the waist Often of a Bon Â¬ ing I see a dozes young girls taking a bath in the reef bound harbor Dressed tub islam -- in their red Hnbbards the tarf leap from the low sea wall Ecreamtag with excitement their arms and legs waving and skirts flying and strike the water with a mighty splash On they eeee one after another till all are in the water ducking and splashing eaeh other then out they scramble and rash across the turf for another rash and jnmp Beth men and women are very fend of flowers the latter wearing lets or wreaths en their head and aronnd their necks and over one or both ears a red or white Sower half hidden in their dark tresses They are also very fend ef each other and continually gather in gronps sitting on their haanehes or on the ground laaghing chatting or singing A oigarettce pass Â¬ es from month to month each in tnrn pulling at H and in truth it is the only way to keep one of the wretched native ones lighted Erery thing tbey have is shared with their friends a single pineapple or a bottle of beer passing arennd a party of ten or a doses and a friend passing by is al Â¬ ways called in to share a dinnor Rightly is this group of islands called Society The usual feeding hours here are breakfast at ten and dinner at five There are only two meals daily the third cub hardly be called a meal as it is merely oofiee and bread in bed at daylight er sees after for they are early risers here The meals are parÂ¬ ticularly good fascinating oysters fresh from the sea the nioeJt shrimps I ever tasted from three to four inches long and as big aronnd as ones fin- Â¬ ger Baked sucking pig is a noble in Â¬ stitution of Tahiti After the little darling is dressed and wrapped in leaves he is piaeed in the even which is simply a bele in the ground pre- Â¬ pared by heated stones The whole is severed wkh earth and presently oomes out a very dream of Charles Lamb lie is el ten with a native sauee made out of coeoaaut and sea water queer butniee Band night is a joyous occasion dear to memory ef all visitors to the island Oa Thursday nights the French garrison band plays before the Government Ilense in a little plaza carpeted with turf and bordered with spreading trees Around the stand skip men and girls fingly in pair and in rows heads up oyes bright teeth shelving clasping each other by waist or shoulder laughing and calling te eaeh other while the dust fairly chokes the pufing blowing musi- Â¬ cians If a dancer falls in the mad whirl a scream of ex citowiont rises and only dies away when the prostrate one ries and danees on Between the selections they refresh themselves with beer or fruit while the otlieers or young men of the town buy Sowers and wreaths for the girls as happy with their 4ek as a dehutantee with her bou Â¬ quets A tall young globe trotter ad Â¬ vances to a group ef dusky beauties hoMfog high the finest lei he can pur-Â¬ chase There is a scream of delight from a doaea pretty mouths a dozen rounded arms are thrust at the prise as the garlanded heads bob up and down and then there is a rush and he is overwhelmed They climb upon his head and shoulders and pluck the wreath to pieces leaving him dis Â¬ heveled and over oo me by sueh a whirlwind of arms and legs TakHi Cor X T Tribune Â¬ fcolokws they ran Mke or Mother deer across HOW TO BE HEALTHY Extracts from a Lecture by lieu slogan the Reformed Pugilist In every city there are thousands of rich men and women who are ready to oommit suieide because of ill health What is wealth without health Nothing I should say but I do say that while every man can not amass wealth every one can secure good health I know a man who owns a fine horse lie employs two men to take care of that horse and keep him in condition lie is exercised sponged and biauketed dally Does the owner himself have a man to take care ef him No He possibly bathes once a week He arises at oight oclock in the morning throws his breakfast dowa without masticating it and madly rashes off to business At Boon he rashes into a restaurant and madly eate his dinner in five minutes On he goes hiring men to look after the health of his horse but never stops to think of his own body and its needs A man can not digest bis food un less he eats carefully A meal should never b eatea in less than one hour Gladstone says he biles each piece of meat he puts into his month twenty times before be swallows it and that isnt toe often The men of to day who threw their fooJ into their stom aeh are physical wrecks in fiflcon yearn The American doctor studies medielne when he should study nature instead of trying to prevent disease thoy try to oare There are many people who do net take a bath in two years and tbey prematurely die from The poteen that accumu- Â¬ poisoning lates auder the first layer of skin breeds disease and sooner or later must come death There are thousands of people dyÂ¬ ing of consumption who havent sense enough to know that they can throw it eft No man who is lazy can broemo healthy for the best way to bring health is by physical develop Â¬ ment I have Eoen thousands of young oa apparently on the verge of the grave grow strong by lolloping this daily routine Whon yon get up in the morning rub yourself with a rough towel until the Wood is in cir Â¬ culation and Berer take a ookl bath without getting the blood in drcula lhm for it is dangerous After the bath rah the flesh for three quarters of an hour Then take a cup of tea and eat some toast and start out for a half hours walk Dont plod slow- Â¬ ly along the streets but walk as rapidly as yoar legs will carry When you you return you arc Mady for breakfast Eat rioe mutton chops and toast and drink tea If yea are a basin ess man yen are ready for business but if you are 1 raining for an athlete you will again start apon the walk and keep it up all day A man antler training is re Â¬ quired to walk at least forty miles rery day When he returns from iiis walk bo is pat under blankets un til be has cooled and then again pat J in ae bath tub He is taken eat and rubbed or manipulated Tkon he is nrwly for dinner The athlete or psgftisl would be required to eat raw j ham or raw steak without salt or pep Â¬ MISCELLANEOUS per Pugilists are net allowed to aso Is said that Alaska will become It pepper because it haats the blood For great mining country within a few men who are net undergoing training for pugilists I would advise a dinner fears and will furnish canned salmon on rare beef and vegetables cookod jnough to supply all creation A woman recently sent to her son Indianapolis Xews dry i youthful desperado of fourteen sum- Â¬ PHILOSOPHER DUNDER mers incarcerated in the jail at Santa The Old Man Talkl Quito Sensibly About Rosa Cab a Bible a bunch of cigar sttos a piece of sausage and a Police hnwVoari Resolves Now shildrens der time vhes near Gazelle to relieve the tedium of prison at haadt vhen moas eafery pody likes life to do petter for der year It vhas Smith Thatfollow Jones to whom shnst like rolling off some log to pe vou introduced me last evening seems good If you vhas badt you vhas all to be business to his finger tips der time afrahlt dot some ghosts or Brown Yes I can tell you ho is a pollcemans grab you eleaner in his way What does S If I vhas a lawyer I shwear ofT dot ho do B O he runs a carpet reno and let some law sendt der badt man vatingestablisbment Boston Budget to State prison and I do an shtaHd Bunko man tostranger Aront oop pefore some shury uml cry for you Mr Smith of SmUhvillo help Stranger No sir My name is Pros If I vhas a doctor I shwear off dot sure of Fhiladefphia I am forming a I doan look like an owl some more stock company to raise funds to devel Â¬ and sharge a poor person two dollars op the new and wonderful phenomenon for it which has been unfolded to my friend If I vhas a merchant I shwear off Mr Keel But by this time tho dot if come doth vhas half cottou I bunko man was blocks away A TL doan hohl him oop uttd take my oath Sun dot he vhas all wool or I gif you tea A peculating student at Cornoll dollar University Ithaca N Y was electri- Â¬ If I vhas some editor I shwear off fied the other day when he went to ob- Â¬ dot if Eomepody preak bis leg I doan tain a 10 note part of which was pro- Â¬ say dot be vhas killed so deadt ash hang- Â¬ nefer vhas nnd dot all his relations truding from the pocket of a vest Â¬ vhas robbed py licves and den run ing in an unoccupied room A professor had connected the vest by an oafer py der car vic- Â¬ If I vhas a policemens I shwear off electric wire to a signal bell The dot I doan go to shleep quite so tim made a clean breast of his depreda- Â¬ tions mooch in somepodys doorway Foreign letters often come ad Â¬ If I keep hotel I shwear off dot I doan pay so mooch chicory for der dressed in queer fashion A newspaper coffee und dot I doan hold oop my was sent to Paris to announce the death hand und say dot some neek pi ce of a gentleman at New York The vhas der werry pest sirloin shloak I death notice gavo the customary ad- Â¬ Inter- Â¬ dress for the funeral adding can puy in dis market To tho bewil- Â¬ If I vhas some akleraians I shwear ment at Greenwood off dot I vhas elected to make some derment of the postman and the con- Â¬ money from der peoples und dot we sternation of tho family letters of con- Â¬ cant puihl no bridges nor haf some dolence were recoived addressed to Mrs Matilda Blank street electric light unless I feels sonio Interment at Greenwood The melan- Â¬ sugar iu my handt If I vhas some farmer I shwear off choly addendum had been taken for a on being so honest und I do some sort of suburban annex such as growling if weather vhas badt If I vhas some rich mans I shwear The president of one of tho leading off dot I mus haf feefteen per cent railroad corporations the Northwest for my money und dot I haf no propÂ¬ has made the following prediction It erty to be taxed I let der poor mens will not be long until points in Dakota pay all der taxes und make all der within five hundred miles of Duluth pooblie iniro fluents und I enshoy will be sending wheat from their stations myself so inoo h ash neafer vitas to Buffalo for fifteen cents a bushel If I vhas some tramp I shwear off This means that when raised on Da- Â¬ doan kill myself mit hardt work any kotas soil at a cost of from twenty Boar but dot der peoples wbo vhas three to thirty cents a bushel with an industrious und sating should support investment of 590 per acre will bring me Ash it vhas now you know der in the local market when freights to poor fellow vhas almoas in der grafe the seaboard are lowered to this extent py his hardt work Detroit Free Press almost the same price that the Eastern farmer receives raised at double the THOUGHT AND WORK cost of production and on land repre- Â¬ How SkHled Workmen Can Add to the senting eight times tne capital invested Advancement of Mechanic Art The coasts of Lower California The practice is ix common for the mechanic to work without thinking alMHindwith huge turtles which weigh Hiving learned a trade he goes from 300 to 400 pounds each Down at through a daily routine which is so PuntaBanda where a company is bnild familair that he could almost do it ing a large hotel one of the workmen with his eyes closed or in the dark wbo is an expert swimmer and who The part be has to do probably has spends much time in the water has be- little or no variety in it and he settles come skillful in riding the big animals down to the conclusion that there is no A traveler says that when the man sees one that is big enough to ride he rushes avenue open to him for advancement into the water and mounts it He has He works like an inanimate machine which when the power is on whirs a way of slapping the turtles on the side away day in and day out until it is of the head that makes them jog along and by striking them he also worn out and unfit for furtlter duly The unthinking workman does not guides them He rode a big fellow near closely observe even his own field of the shore the other day as the stage operation and therefore never sug Â¬ drove up the coast road and the oc- Â¬ gests any improvement in methods or cupants of the stage were so pleased material A worker in woods of this with the exhibition that they made up type never stops to inquire from a purse of 20 for the rider A Boston correspondent writes that whence his supply of wood is ob-Â¬ tained when is the Wst time to cut the new rough back playing cards now timber the better method of season- Â¬ becoming somewhat popular were in- Â¬ ing it its extreme strength and dura Â¬ vented by a well known club roan Mr bility nothing is thought of beyond Endicott He had been playing cards the mere fact that it is to be worked at a club ami after going home and to up into wheels bodies buildings etc bed dreamed that he was playing poker as the case may be Should any one and made a misdeaL One of his com- Â¬ put the question to him covering either panions who had an excellent hand re-Â¬ of the above he would very likely give proached him for making him lose the the curt reply that lie had no time benefit of it Very well Endicott to bother his brains with such things sab in his dream if j ou had had as they would be of no value to him rough back cards it wouldnt have hap- Â¬ The above model will serve for pened It isnt my fault When he workers of every kind It is a fact awoke in the morning he remembered that some of the most valuable im-Â¬ his dream and the idea of rough backed provements have been thought out by cards seemed to him a good one He men who have worked at an entirely reflected experimented perfected his different branch from that to which the improvement patented it in three r improvement pertained In the car- Â¬ four countries and is now likely to riage line the body maker has invent- Â¬ make a fortune out of bis dream ed a new kind of spring axle or something else The blacksmith may THE WORD TUMBLER have studied out an improvement on or It Came to be Applied to Our ComÂ¬ the sewing machine the painter a new mon Drinking Utensils trap and joints and the trimmer has I for one never thought why the brought to light a patent priming or large glass that holds our milk or water filler for woods Ones own trade was called a tumbler until onco upon seems to warp the mind and from its a time I happened to have luncheon monotony cause a lack of interest at All Souls College Oxford All therein beyond a desire to push it Souls is a curious college It has no through aud get done with it students or under graduates as we Now if the skilled workman would call them in England It consists of a take greater pride in his culling and master and a number of fellows ondeavor to master its every feature men who have taken thoir degrees and by long and arduous study there have distinguished thomselvos as scholwould soon le wonderful advance Â¬ ars There is a quaint old rule in ment in the mechanic arts Manu- Â¬ Latin that says a man to be a follow ol facturer emd Builder All Souls mnst be well born well dressed and a moderately good doctor FRESH FASHION NOTES in singing There is no question wij Faracjraplis of Interest to Kvery nowadays of singing But of good Wide Awake Woman Very dressy affairs are bonnets of breeding and good scholarship there is white cloth with turkieh embroidery And to be elected a fellow of All Souls is a great honor of gold One of the most distinguished fel A characteristic of many of this seasons bonnets is the long loose folds lows is Prof Max Muller the great which form the soft crowns and full philologist who though ho is a Ger- Â¬ man by birth and was not educated at fronts Some of the prettiest hairpins seen Oxford was elected to All Souls as a are those of silver filigree representing mark of respect for his immense learnMargHeritos and daisies and showing ing The common room or the fellows smaller dining room is a delightgold centers Bonnets of gray velvet are the cor- Â¬ ful place with its great fireplace and rect style for second mourning Those its walls all wninsooated with black oak while through the great window are ornamented with gray ribbons with its heavy stone mullions you look feathers or bead trimmings The V shaped and other partially out on to ancient ivy grown buildings decollete corsages now fashionable for round a quiet court which is filled with wedding gowns have increased the a space of velvet turf On the day of which I speak Prof Max MuIIor was demand for gem necklaces Watches for ladles wear are out in giving a luncheon in this splendid room exceedingly elaborate cases in the to the charming and talented Princess Alice the wife of tho Grand Duke of decoration of which figure oonspicu Hesse Darmstadt and second daughter oasly colored enamels and small gems In flower pins a novelty is that of a of Queen Victoria There wore not a single Mower of geld or silver resting dozen guests besides tho Princess and on a long aud large leaf enameled to her husband and a vcjy agreeable lun- Â¬ represent the natural odor of tho cheon we had with pleasant talk on all kinds of interesting subjects foliage Dresses of white camels hair aro But what excited the curiosity of all much worn by little girls at parties tho strangers prosout was a set of the and other entertainments The only most attractive little round bowls of garnitures are aguimpe and sleeves of ancient silver about the size of a largo colored velvet orangf They were brought round The disposition to a anion of lino according to the custom of tho place potteries and silver in table ware is by filled to the brim with the famous alo no means restricted to small pfccee browod in the college Those we were but appears in salad bowls of cameo told were tumblors and wo wero glass marmalade jars of crown Dirby speedily shown how they came by their and punch bowls of rock crysfaL names a fitting lesson for the guosts The association of oxidiaed silver of a philologist When one of these and gold is also introduced in new little bowls was empty it was placed bracelets the bracelet proper being of upon the table mouth downward In Â¬ silver inlaid with gold and mounted stantly so perfect was ite balance it with a gold or silver coin ae best suits flew back into its proper position as if the fancy of the buyer The bracelets asking to Iw filled again No matter by the bye afford a deasing manner how it was treated trundled along the in which to preserve antique coins or floor balanced carefully on ite side valued pockot pieces X Y WtrkL dropped suddenly upon tho soft thick carpet up it rolled again and settled A fashionable Austin young man itself with a few gentle shaking3 and has acquired oonsideraWe fame as a swaying into its plaee likemo of those musical bore on the violin One night India rubber tumbling dolls your baby at a social gathering he announced brothers and sisters delight in This that he was going to sited for a violin then was the origin of our word tum- Â¬ and draw a few of Biethovens immor Â¬ bler at first made of silver as arc these tal symphonies out of it by the tail as All Souls tumblers Then whoa glass it were To his ani asinent all the became common the round glasses gentlemen present volunteered to go that stood on a flat base superseded the for the fiddle ami up to date none of exquisitely balanced sliver spheres and them have got back with iu For dis Â¬ stole their names so successfully that persing a crowd no implement of war you have to go to All Souls and a few Juts been mi- ii ted to rival the fiddle other old houses to see the real thing FACTS FOR FARMERS DISPLAYS The Mnrrelon OF DIAMONDS FACTS FOR FARMERS PITH AND POINT LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDRfS OARTERLl COUNTY COURT AaA J Good care U rockonod to bo tho in Â¬ Â¬ Ihavo lived iu Njw York nearly said a diamond dealer all my life which though variable in composition and I have nerr before seon so possesses high nutritive value many gems at one tlmo a there nro to Onions are not of the things that bo seen in the store windows h re this like warmth in tho winter a steadily winter The success of tho experts of frozen condition suits them better Europe In imitating tho genuine Harrow the wheat lands as long as stones has to a groat extent rendered possible this makes firm socd beds even tho finest quality of diamonds which aro abominated by chinch bugs unpopular They can bo bought thero If a farm can pay no moro than now fully one third cheaper than thoy legal interest how can a buyer who could ten years ago In tho rocan has to borrow tha whole prico expect timo the lovo for them In this country to meet the debts at last has grown greater year by yenr nnd Shovel sotm dry earth into th o as our wealthy cla S is continually borso and cattlo stalls every now and getting larger tho demand for dia- Â¬ monds is stoadily on tho increase Our again It absorbs surplus moisture dealers find it protitablo business to aud is a good disinfectant You Clean the gross and other vegeta Â¬ bring them over from Europe if you ble mattor away from the apple trco would bo surprised too rootr so that the mice can not find knew the thousands nnd thou of worth dollars of a hiding place thero to gnaw the bark and3 these gems that aro smuzglod over Wheat straw cut lino and moist- Â¬ men nnd women ened with water slightly salted then here Thoro aro too for that matter whoso business sprinkled with cornuieil will be eaten diamonds into tho by sheep and will aniwor for them if it is to smuggle and they realize an United States they bo also fed liberally on grain enormous profit by their nefarious As population increases farms trade must decrease in size and of course Wo wero walking leisurely up town tho acreagoyinld must advance to keep and slopped to eaze into the window pace with tho onlargnl number of of each jewelry store When wo got caters The tendency of the whole art as far as Twenty first street the dis Â¬ in science of agriculture then is to- Â¬ play had grown to be really marvel- Â¬ ward reduced area and larger crops ous There wero diamonds whose Dakotas wheat is all of the spring sizes ranged from the smallness of tho variety and therefore tho farmer is bead of a pin to thirty seven carat not subjected to the danger of losing weight and in color were from the his crop by winter killing and it is deepest orango to tho mast brilliant said damage to the crop by rust Hos steel blue There wasanccklacn valued sian fly or chinch bug has never oc- Â¬ at 50000 aud brooches at 10 0000 curred in the history of tho Territory One pair of solitaire stones were Wheat bran may now bo liberally noted which were set for car pend- Â¬ Thoy were pure white and used in fowling animals to special ad- Â¬ ants vantage because iu addition to being weighed thirty four carats each A which consisted rich in bono and muscle forming prop- Â¬ diamond crown coniposid of tho erties bran in the form of mash is of several stars stones au 1 which was laxative and tends to koep tho bowels purost in a healthy condition c a linio when labeled as having once belonged to tho the use of dry grains and fodder has a Empress Eugenic was conspicuously displayed in a window and attracted a constipating tendency It was sur- Â¬ During very cold weather says a great doal of attention the bit should never bo rounded by hundreds of other precious horseman put in a horses mouth until it has stones and the value of tho display in been dipped into water to take out that window alono was estimated at Uio frost If you touch your tonguo moro than 200000 Tho eyo of the to a piece of iron or steel that has been clerk inside tho storo was constantly exposed to a low temperature you will on tho window whilo a dotcclivo it is see tho reason for you cant tako said is kept always on duty on tho your tonguo away without leaving its outside Tho employment of detectives to skin behind it A lining of building paper on the guard the outside of windows Â¬ walls of the bams and stables will cost when the streets are filled with strangers and many thieves is very common but a trifling sum yet will add greatly This precaution is always takensince a to the warmth and comfort of tho ani years ago a ma It will stop up tho cracks and few and diamondswindow was smashed of great value wero crevice which are usually tho sources in V K Cor Boston Herald of too much cold air entering Tho stoleu paper can be easily applied by tacking AN INN KEEPERS JOKE it in place or it may be held in posi- Â¬ Three Iielated ItTryrr Beaten by aTrnth tion by nailing laths up and down over ful Uonlface it Not far frou tho city of Mont- Â¬ Wood ashc are excellent for tho gomery in the Slate of Alabania on hens to sera ch in and pick over as one of tho roads running from that they contain bits of charcoal and other city lives a jolly landlord by the name materials but for the dust bath tho coal of Ford In fair weather or foul in j ashes are tha best Tho coarser por- Â¬ hard limes or soft Ford would have tions however maybe thrown where his joke whenever possible Ono bit- Â¬ tho hens can get at them so as to pro Â¬ ter stormy night or morning about vide gritty mat rial i i cold weather two hours beforj daybreak he was Or the henhouse floor or under tho aroused from his slumbers by loud roost fiuo coal ashes proviilo an excel- Â¬ shouting and knocks at his door Hi lent absorbent ami prevent loss of the turned out but sorely against his will Wood ashes boing alka- Â¬ and demanded what was the matter dropping line sometimes cause bores ouihe hens It was dark as tar aud as ho could see when used for lnstir no one ho cried ou Who are you there FARM EXPERIENCE Three lawyers from Montgomery We aro benighted was tho answor A Few Kemark9 Concerning Water ripe and want to stay all night anil ftpevlal Manured Very sorry I cait accommodate Some sixty years or moro ago tho you so far geullemou Do any thing then owner of tho subscribers farm to oblige you but thats iinposibc laid a train of logs three four In of a The lawyers for they worn three of mile fronT alarg spring to his house tho smartest lawyers in the State and These logs are six inch avenge diame- Â¬ ready to drop with fatigue held a ter and two inch bov In the first consultation and then as they could forty rods th r-- U a descent of about dono bettor and wcrj toj tired to go ten feet then a iso of four feet a i another R op buy nsced olher gradual descent thou for the last Well cant you stiblc our horses twenty five rods an up rado to wiihin and give us chairs and a good firo ne foot of the height of spring until morning Those logs lay id li r in running water Oil yes I can do that gentle- Â¬ heavy clay a d most of thoni are J men or j in as od con liiion as when first laid Our learned and legal friends wero Sind accumulate in th two lowest soon drying their wet clothes bv a points ai d here aru plugs by whch bright fire as liiey composed them- Â¬ tiie logs ar readily rin ed out The selves to pass the fow remaining hours air duos not accii iulac at thu highest in thoir chairs dozing and nodding points as the j ints prdvt nt this and now aud tho i swearing a word or Roots from willows now and then two of impatience as they waited for force a smal fiber through the joints daylight and then oxpand till the growth fills The longest night has a morning the bore and retarls the flow of tho and at last the sun came along and water then in duo time a good breakfast A friond whose house and barns aro mado its appearance but to the sur supplied with water from a spring priso of the Inwyers who thought the some one hundred rods away with house was crowded with guests none fifty feet head at first had trouble but themselves sat down to partake water would stop running At recom Why Ford I tl ought your house innndaion of an cxpart ho dug down was so full you couldnt give us a bed to his pipe at a point whoic it crossed last night said one of the travelers a slight elevation bo rod a holo the I didnt say so Ford replied You didnt sizi of a pin through tho ipc which What in the name of let out tho air that had nccu nulatcd thunder then did you say and loft ludo open sncj which hs You asked mo to let you stay hero fountain plays regulirly all night and I said it would be im- Â¬ Itdopondssoncwhit upon tho s il possible for tho night wss two thirds and situalio i whelliT pipes of load ijono when you came If you only iron or wood should be used In a wanted beds why didnt you say so gravely or sandy soil wooden pipes Tho lawyers had to give it up last but a few yenr I had an oc- Â¬ Three of them on one side and the casion lastyoar to examine some of my landlord alone had beaten them alL logs that had not been uncovered sinco Atlanta Constitution first laid und found thorn as sound as THE PALOLA WORM tho day thoy wero cut in tho forest and they delivered at barn and house A Description o Ila Annual Vlilt to the Samoan Iland nearly two inches of water Mr William B Ciurchward lato Same six yoar ago a small farm British Consul at the Samoan Islands near tho writer came into market It I an account of his farmers best horse and cow doctor Bran Is a concentrated food Tfnmher of Oirai Xnovm by Now York Jewelers Grain crop in Sootland are under tho average and in many parts so light and short that they can hardly bo Au excellent mlxturo of hay for all classesof stock is one third clovor hay with timothy and redtop which is much better than cither ono alone as the mixture is moro complete in food eloments It should bo foil with an allowance of ground grain also CT cut cinnati Times Viclis Maqazmc says that basic slag the ref uso of steel works whon freed from iron and reduced to pow- Â¬ der proves to bo a valuable fertilizer principally on account of tho phos-Â¬ phorus it contains Mountains of black slag have accumulated about the iron and steel works in England and much in this country all of which can ba profitably worked over and mado into a valuable manura Oil says the American Agricultur- Â¬ ist is fatal to every insect it touches and sulphur is very offensive to thorn A mixturo of four ounces of lard and one of sulphur well rubbed together and with the addition of ono ounce of kerosene oil and one drachm of creosote will be found an cxcollont remedy against all sorts of insect ver- Â¬ min while the liberal uso of kerosene oil on poultry roosts will free tho fowls of thoir tormentors Is your stablo damp unclean rot- Â¬ ten and soaked with filth undor the floor and has it a low celling and no ventilation Arc your horses poorly fed loft out in the chilly damp field at night worked bard in tho sun and in Do the dust and sweat of the fiold they drink from a raud holo or a stagnant pond which smells badly and is filled with putridjly If so you may expect to have sick horses If an epidemic comes your way Thero is nothing that will lossen tho flow of milk quicker than the chill- Â¬ ing of the cow If she becomes chilled you havo locked the milk glands and you can nevor pick the look The cow iu other words will give loss milk at the next milking nnd she will never recover until she has another calf Once lower tho flow and it is perma- Â¬ nently lowered But thousands of our uativo cattlo nro not guarded at all against this danger and is it any wondor that they are unsatisjactory Western BuraK Bec keopers mho have comb hon- Â¬ ey should bear in mind that such keeps best in a warm dry room Nevor let the temperature of such a room go lower than 80 deg from 90 to 95 dog would be better If tho honey be kept in a dark room tho snowy whiteness of the comb will bo bolter preserv Â¬ ed Keeping honoy in a warm room will make it thicker and heavier Even if the colls bo not all sealed if kept thus warm the honey will become so thick that it will not run out Whon the temperature goes below GO deg the honey gathers moisturo and becomes thin St Louis Republican THE Various The course of truo lovo runs over Donnelly Cypher a corduroy road Minyjt homely unattractive girl gote a luisbau 1 on account of her pa valup Mon are too mnoli inclined to ac- Â¬ cept a pretty woman at her face value Tevu Siflings I ofton cnt my oldest acquaint anof said tho buzz saw as it took off a mill hands Imgcr It lakes a thiof to Tho adage catch a thief is not highly compli Â¬ mentary to the ditectlve Puck Weve known several women to bo outspoken but wero still looking Duluih for one thats been outtalked Le Paragrapher If tho hairs of every mans head arc uiiiibered wo presume those on tho back of the cranium arj back num Â¬ bers RachMler Post Express Wc can be guided by usefulness and hap inoss only by those who havo themselves found tho road never by those who have missed it and mado a wreck of thoir own lives Doas your mother wear felt slip-Â¬ askod an old lady of a littlo pers Yes boy whero slio was visiting maam sho da Ive felt em anÂ¬ swered tho small boy significantly Tho idoa of using axlo grease on broad seems utterly repulsive to some people uutil they have tasted the fresh country but tor sold at somo of grocerios Nebraska the Western State Journal Porson nowadays roceivo their friends with open arms The primi Â¬ tive animals roaoived thoirs with open jaws because hoy had originally re Â¬ garded all otho bciegs cither as ene- Â¬ mies or articles of diot Father who has given his con- Â¬ sent I hope youug man that you know tho value of tho prize you will Young Man got in my daughter Well cr no sir I dont know tho oxaot value but as near as I can find out its iu the neighborhood of 50 -000 Quarterly Cowt fourth Monrar LODGE DIRECTORY January Aptil July and- - the 2nd VotkJh j 1 in October County Court of Claims 2nd Mom MASONIC in Jnly Richmond Leslie No 15 mts and County Court first Monday ir d and 4th Tuesday fh ech month month W M R C STOCKTON TIME OF HOLDtHO CITY COCRT B J NewLov Secretary First Saturday hjevery month Richmond R A Chapter No 16 COUXTY OFFICERS meets srd Tuesday in each month County Judge J C Chmiut SPEED SMITH H P J County Clerk fhomas Thorpe W E Hay Secretary Countr Attomev J A Sullivan Sherift N B Deathcrage 1Q RICHMOND COMMANDKRV SO Jailor George V Maupin Coroner Alexander Norri Regular meeting first Tuesday in each Surveyor II F Creoke month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Araini J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander 1 D P Armer Recorder CITY OFFICERS j Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirtville meets Saturday evening before the lull moon in every month W P PREWITT W M J M Smith Secretary City Judge II C Rice City Attorney A J Rred City Collector R A Barlow City Clerk Wra G White city police J D Feeney and Everett Berrj city council J First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKee Fourth Ward J W Cnpeiton D Mitchell Mavor Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening belore the full moon in every month J W BALES W M T C Witt Secretary Waco Lodge No 3 at Waco meets 4U1 Saturday in every month W D RUCKER W M W T Fielder Secretary JUSTICES OF TlEPEACECONSTABLEAM PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDIV COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AS NOVEMBER to wife Second Husband I was at tho coniotory to day my dear and found your former husbands Wife grave in very bad condition Second Husband I suppose it is Gone but Yos the inscription not forgotten is noarly overgrown with gras N Y Sun MrsHonoydovo D sar meI cant see what can keip Charles out so late Here it is elevon oclock Hes a regu- Â¬ Mrs Twice lar slave to bis business luarricd pilyingly Thats what 1 thought of my first husband dear but the second knows its always best to get home by dinner timo BACTERIA IN ICE The Latest Scare lromalsateil by New YorkN Scientific Men John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Richmond District No I D P Union Citv meets 2nd Saturday in every at Court House 3rd Wcdneday A raw Wot HILL W M month JOHN Willis at Court llout ist Saturday G Taylor Secretary John Lyman Parrish Cobs able Foxtown District No 2 G B M Ihon Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fcx town meets 3rd Saturday in every month at Kings Store 3rd Monday Rich nond Kanatzar in Buffalo school house SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Saturday J S Chcnsult Constable Jacob II Shearer Secretary Union District No 3 AlbertU XiA Bcrca Lodge No 617 at Beiei meet at Union City 1st Saturday Join A J C DAVIS W M Turpin at Doyiesvflic 2nd Saturiaj ut Saturday S W Pigg Secretary W A William Constable Elltston District No 4 Wm Benton 1 0 0 P at Waco and Saturday John W Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Clurlo meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s Oldham Constable HalIon Main Street Yates District No 5 J Covle WF FARLEY NG Kingkton 4U1 Saturday T Leeland D Frazee Secretary Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednetdir LJ George Young Constable Boone Encampment Noo meets every Glade District No 6 James M Wood first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows atBerea 3rd Saturday John G GaHall on Main Street RichmondKr lloway at Whites Station 1st Saturdar W D ALVERSON C P R G Ballard Constable L J Frazeb Scribe Kirksville District No 7 J M Cctton at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M 3 meets second Thursday in each month Fowler Constable at Odd Fellows Hall Pooey District No 8 J N Heniren R A BARLOW Captain at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm V L T Frazee Clerk Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Frilar S D Carpenter Constable KNIGHTS OP II0X0R Million District No 9 J M Lonj- - it Amity Lodge No 515 K of II meets A B Near Stapps everly Fritlaj evening in Odd Fellows by at Store 3rd Tuesday rd Saiurjar llolmans Store Hall at 7 oclock James A Harvev ConUhe W B BENNY Dictator Tevis Reporter James CULTURE OF OATS Beneflta Directly Obtainable from This Grain Â¬ In considering the culture of oats in the Northern States the little attention they receive and tho crops they produce on what is oftentimos consid- Â¬ ered very inferior soil it is a question if thoir valne does not elnsnlr nimrnr i imato that of corn It is important to proenro good seed and let it always bo obtained if possible furlhor north than where it is to be sown Oats aro valuable as grain thoir culture does not require much labor and this can be furnished nt a timo when other things aro not pressing Indeed farmors who plan aright need not bo perplexed at all by the sowing of oats for though a spring crop the land can be plowed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hadbeeulotandmismanagedforsomeleoJi briars etc JWWJ uaw HHV in every corner Every fenco was torn down bushes grubbed up big stones suuk fences straight- Â¬ ened plowed and sown with wheat and superphosphates of a well known brand by the way I recently saw a train load of conl dust in process of elevation to tho fourth story of a phosphato factory is dust of soft coal commonly used as a fertilizer at tho rate of 310 pounds to the acre Result on land that previous occupant failed to raise buckwheat upon twenty one bushels to the acre a id a good catch of clover which next season was cut for hay and seond crop full of seed turned under sown succeeding spring to barley without phosphate crop sixteen bmhils to tho aero plowed onci moro and sown with wheat and 200 pounds of phosphate to tho acre crop twenty eight bushels to the acre Got a fine catch of clover and timothy which yielded threo tons of hay to the acre next cutting Wo got fair to good crop from use of tho commercial fertilizers but littlo profit for all the work was dono by hired help I was enabled to keep an accu- Â¬ rate account of coit of first crop of wheat Taxes labor interest on money paid for land seed threshing marketing etc costing exactly ono dollar per bushel and sold ai 81 40 thoro was a littlo profit Soil a gravely loam Upon heavy clay or clay loams better results am commonly seen than upon llghtor soils Indeed on quite light sandy soil I have soon super- Â¬ phosphates used through tho middle of a field without the slightest traco of improvement in tho Cor crop Country OeaHeman Tho short supply of coal in Kansas is explained by the general manager of the Atchisons coal business Tho increase in population tho past season has been unusually large many mills auu lauAunus consuming targe quanti ties ot coai were mint Ihe corn cron nHt l - i MU ft S1 impossible ior the railways to supply tho demand for iuei -- Iliaitrll awio OSLI speed to niako as good uso of the short time availablo as could be No sooner had tho sun thrown his first ray on tho water than as if by magic with tho sniue common accjrd with which thoy had risen to tho surface they all disappeared sinking lower and lower to tho doplhs below until not a singlo sign of their presence was to bo obsorved in tho very spot where a moment before the water was perfecily muddy with animal Ufa Library Mazazinc n ho j3ands had the rare good fortuno to witness tho annual arrival of thesa curious marine creatures - which wc aro told make their appearance in prodigious numbers at curtain points in tho reef openings only once a year and just for a singlo hour immediately before sun- Â¬ rise The lime of thoir arrival wo are further tohl is caculaed to a moment by observing the j ixtaposition of the moon with a certain star and should they fail to appaar on that day they aro sure to do so on that day four weeks These worms arc con- Â¬ sidered great delicacies Mr Church- Â¬ FOOD FOR POULTRY ward thns describos his sight of them Suddenly as if let looso at the The More Serious Dlnadrantases of an Ex- Â¬ one exact time were to Jbo seen wig-Â¬ clusive Grain Diet gling and writhng up from the neth- Â¬ There is no moro wisdom in confin- Â¬ ermost depths millions upon millions ing poultry exclusively to a grain diot of long tlireadliko worms of many than In keeping animals on a food deÂ¬ colors all seeming to bo racing at void of bulk In the growing season their topmost speed to arrive at tho the hens eat grass grain seeds and surfacoanvl make the most of the insects nnd In winter thoy may bo short time permitted them for their given moro bulky food than thoy usu- Â¬ annual exhibition Up they came in ally receive and at a loss cost myriads until tho surface was thickly that of feeding grain exclusively than If covered with one solid vermiculating cloveT hay bo finely cut boiling water mass of Hying animals Shouting and poured over it and the mess well laughing every ono now plied his or sprinkled with a mixture of ground her scoop as bisily as possible bailing grain and seasoned with a littlo salt up tiie writhing dolicacies at top they eat it willingly and it affords an - ICULi SllUl JS Wtdc Awake V t In 1624 using the tails of cattlo as means of draught was prohibited by an act of Parliament In Groat Britain also the pulling of wool from live sheep It avo rho to the comnlsint of a sonsy Scochman who cumii -- a aq - 1 use ru t narncss vrnon tho A mighty had jnven Iho beasts tails f Jull by A Nickons owns und manages a pottery atlliuUo iflehl from which he turned out work thai outrivaled ovory thing of its kind at tin New Orleans Exposition In Augusta Go W G Johnson general merchant is said lo bo worth 835 030 Mrs Nora Foster a hand- Â¬ some quadroon recently inherited a fortuno of nearly 100000 from her husband Ninctcon colored men of Baltimore aro said fcn be worth SSOO000 The wealthiest Is Joseph Thomas who is a bossstevedor- - He is wnrh 881000 James I Bradford a greon grocor is worth 50000 Rov James Ramsov of Hancock County O is viorlh 153000 and is tho largest individual holder iu tho Bank of Findlay There aro qnlto a number of nogrnos with property in Ohio amounting to S75000 Stewart E lis of Raleigh N G has filled a Government contract for car pontoringoi a building worth 300 000 W G Coleman wholosalo and rotail merchant of Concord N G agreeable variety Tho clover also owns several of tho finest breed of largely assists in supplying albumen horses in tho Stale Minneapolis to tho egjgs while tho hoalth Tribune of tho fowls is promoted An enterprising coaehmnn has by tho food not being very concen- Â¬ been tripped up in Boston He was trated No doubt some may consider loft in chargo of lib omployers sta- Â¬ such feed as suitable only for a cow or blo at the oounry residence Tho horse but it is also good for poultry If hous are kept on corn they become family had gono ff on a trip to Europe exceedingly fat and as unfit for lay Â¬ ho was excepting the father and as an invalid and seldom got ing as an ovor fat animal ia for breed- Â¬ about tha coachman thought he ing but feed thoni on a variety which might contains moro of tho flesh forming ele- Â¬ hack safoly enlist lho horsesin tho bushiest He accordingly pro- Â¬ ments than tho carboni ceous and vided hin sclf with a carriage and they give bettor results As tho stock used the horaes taking caro to feed should be kept warm and comfortable v so should the fowls It is much cheap Â¬ and Shoe them at tho owners however ho ran er to provide suitablo quarters than to pensc Shortly aoross a passenger an acquaintance keo then fro freezing by stufFm of his employers who recognized the with com They will also oat dry aaimnk and u vm iiuo snort lengths but it is of the uso to who convoyed the news j which thoy were being bolter to keep it moistened and warm r- - to ihe owaer Thr eeaak maB is AmtruuM AgticuUuriH now opaa f aaoihar bosUJoh plowing beforo tho adjoining fields are drv enough to work The drain upon tho soil is not grjator than for the average grasses and every por-Â¬ tion of tho oat plant is of value for provender Oat straw is superior to the straw of any other erain and where proporly cured Dr Gilbert estimatos it butlittle inferior to moadow hay That tho grain is readily digested is proved every day in tho year by tho stock of all kinds which eat it even very young calves and colts Inking to it naturally and utilizing it As a feed for work- Â¬ ing animals whether horses or cattle it is unsurpassed and where cut up without threshing and wet beforo feeding with porhaps the addition of n small amount of meal thore is no food that will equal it at tho sarao cost Tho uso of oats for hay is rapidÂ¬ ly cominginto publio esteem and to farmers who havo never tried the crop for this purpose there is no subject which will be moro imporlnut to take up next yoar It should bo borno in mind however that a good piece of oat hay can not bo grown on worn out soil any moro than two tons of clover and timothy Thoro aro Iwo bonefits which can bo directly obtained by tho growth of oat nay uais aro not at all particular what they feed on apparently and lho grossest greenest manures and often- Â¬ times woodsearth and decaying matter of any kind will be appropriated bv them the first season in a remarkably dexterous manner Tho other benofit is the earlincss with which thoy may bo cut the proper timo to harvost them is in tho milk leaving tho ground for another crop the same season Farmers who havo properly prepared land for this crop and even dragged it after cutting the oats for fodder and carelessly sown turnips or buckwheat have been very much surprised and gratified at tho result of the second crop tho samo season Whoro moro pains has been taken and more fertil Â¬ izer and labor added in puttin in Hungarian millet sowed corn etc the results havo boon highly satisfacÂ¬ tory and profitable Farm and Borne winter previously and tho scod sown and field finished without another and fertilized the fall and Dotorn iucd to save tho human race f i oni as ii any ovils as possible butnot always very certain what is or is not an ovil ono of our esteemed contem- Â¬ poraries is making thirg hot for the bacterium oven in his frozen home the crystal cake of North river ice and it postula es as a great truth tho state- Â¬ ment that the ice we uso is full of bacteria somo of which aro deadly So wo may say tho woods al o full of crows somo of which ajo white or tho river is full of fishes some of which aro eels or the world is full of seeds some of which are poisonous There is no doubt that somo seeds are Ono poisonous handful of the beeds of wayside that weed the datura stramonium would keop an undertaker busy all winter and a sin- Â¬ gle quaker button would clean out a Fourth ward lodgiug house But sup- Â¬ pose because somo seeds are poisonous man should abjure the use of all seeds His lorcly dish of rico is mado of seeds his Vienna roll is but a baked paste mado of crushed sueds his pork and beans his buckwheat cakes his corn brea I how can ho have any of them and not oat seeds It would not bo wise to abjure all seo Is becnuso somo seeds aro deadly and it is fool Â¬ ish to trcmblo in the presence of every bacterium because somo of tho family are bad It is by no means certain that tho lively bacteria aro not more of a help than a hindrance to man in his littlo life Wo can not live without air and tho bacterium may be one of its necessary elements Wo can not live without water and wc swallow millions of bacieria in every drink and it maybe that they give it the taste wo like Thero is not a tissue of your body that the baotorium does not inhabit and probably he considers us his own He may feol a sonti ueii t of patriotism to-Â¬ ward us Who can say that our vital functions are n ot the mere evolutions of squadrons of bacUirin Porhaps tho great problem of cerebration may yet resolve ilsolf into the mere squirming3 Ixj t us think of bacteria in tho brain kindly of lho biictcriitm while wo are yot in doubt AC Y Mail and ExÂ¬ press WEALTHY COLORED MEN A Few or Tiiwi Who Are Worth Over Fifty Thousand Dollars Frederick Douglass is said to be worth 2jOO0O although he is only asscssod for 18 895 worth of property Samuel Harris a ncro of Williams- Â¬ burg Vx is worth S80 000 In Klch niond thoro is an Afdco American barber named William Lyons who is worth 50000 Tho wealthiest person of thaAfrican race north of Misou and Dixons lino is Dr Ja nes N G ancestor of Brook- Â¬ lyn The Gloucester estate is valued WEBSTERIS UNABRIDGED With or without 1mUnt Index CHURCH DIRECTORY UAPTIST Cane Spring Calvtnist 1st Saturday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru and Sunda panl Drowning Creik ird Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas tot Rev L P Johnson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribblc Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sundat Pastor T L Lawson Kirksville 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