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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iA h - nt 1Ti r H -- ee X g mfD tJmXi I ri HLziV N J CXisIXll Pi rfX 7 YOLTTME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1888 ssB EW CLOTHING F 3v F- UJTEW COVISfflDH i MITCHELL r PRICES IS THE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR Tr lWa i oto ol jm NUMBER 35 re 3r a A REGULAR HURRICANE THE CELEBRATED - r A DELIGHTFUL - XLJB Busy Bee Gash Store In order to close out the following lines of goods we quote prices as follows 160 1 HAS STRUCK PRICES AT THE i announcethattheir goodsarenow- - y STOGK OF H Every kind and style of Hat from the finest silk to the cheapest felt They are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them PATENT TRUSS FARM WAGONS ROD MD TUBIIUR ILL - Open forfiaspectioii The public is Goidially invited to call and Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at Mens Full Stock Heavy Boots Mens uil btoeK Heavy Hoots Mens Full Stock Kip Mens Box Toe Side Lined Kip Boys Full Stock Boots all sizes- Boys Best Full Stock Boots Youths Full Stock Boob 226 3 7a former price S225 Ladies Newmarket C teaks 276 frillies Newmarket Ctuufcs 350 Ladies Fine Newmarket CMwke GO 450 luiiea anon wraps teen 100 150 75 niinj very fine 150 Good Overcoats for Men 2jJ5 Better Overcoats for Men 125 All wool Overcoats for Men trim- - 45 88 tamer price SB mm ISjM ii 1VJ99 M AM 558 2JW gKfc 58 Shirts in Profusion ill A Splendid Line of Neckwear June ESPECIALLY LOW PRIGES Wagons WarrantBd pOveitdiies for Men Women Mbse Boys and Children at Cost also Mens ami Boys Gam Beetsijg3 All Winter Goods such as FIriiiipIs Canton FlmjneN Jemif Heavy Casirueres Blanket Ska wis Untferuear Wollen Horiery Yarns Gloves etc will be Micriilced nt Irs than co it to manufacture thew to cWe them out at once Dont lall to attend tins ale as everything in thf liou e lias Keen mmle A liKU HOT KAHItAiN 8 This sale will continue day alter day until all the above liues are closed our 8o come at ouee and eet mwt choice Thanking you for your very liberal lwitronage we are respectfully For One Year The Easiest Terms RAMSEY Jun22tf OLDHAM Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store examine these goods and learn prices and great variety No house in Central Call on Mr Pope and examine the Kentucky carries a better stock of shirts wagons Dont buy before doing so The Best Material WEBSTEE WAGON CO THEIR READY MADE 22 tf mW CLOTHING MB MI A NT consists of the latest patterns and best ma- - Library Lamps AND Rotors HAEDWAEE HEW PRICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A NEW YEAE STOCK OF HOUSE Gentry terials TAILORING workmanship at Forks ask you to call and see them in their elegant new house on Silver Plated Knives They can not be surpassed in style or upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last August ai ihackelford -- Go Men Y6rahSi ing goods line Boy s A EERST CLASS CUTTER of years of Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky experience and a competent corps of Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than ufacture tailors together with a The Fnes W Quota THEY HAYE THE they had in their old quarters Hoiso And Lot For of all sizes can be furnished with every- Â¬ jueeSStt Where Are You Going wfaniVi mnstartT Wbrefrtm Howl In your party T Wbt amount ol ItiWit ee do yoa prcferT bafme have yoaan VTlut roatetbe above jmr answer to Upou receipt ot wtth Uoq4 you win be I jrmsbed free o tip stip a nttes aise the lowest n II thing in the Clothing and Eurnish-- From an Overcoat to a Jecktie Pat men and thin men need not fear that they cannot be pleased GOTHAMS NEW RACE They Are Precisely What Yon Want and TROUSERINGS in both Eoreign Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- Â¬ Â¬ and Domestic Goods enables Covington ware and especially our Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets is full- and attractive Mitchell to compete with all houses every- Â¬ BEST GMtOEs5 OF - Large and ChoLce Stock of Suitings if you see them because you cant help it Salol ASK FOR THE GL P C Remedy House and Lot on Etill Avenue for sale Apply to A C Clowers or W G White at Drug Store jan25tf saps time fig TiSna i a other-raln- bJe where COVINGTON - MITCHELL and other Staple Groceries Goods June22 COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned tf FULL OF HARRISON MILLER Has opened a Furniture Repairing and Upholstering Shop second door from CUTHERSOM LEY the Post office next to Himle a Livery KY LEXDsGTO Stable AH work done at reasonable STOCKTON rates Layjnci Carpets A SrKoiAi Agents For Madison County Tdectf tv sepSS ly wttt Mtve trouble time and money Aeanta wH Parties no oaH hi person w eni necessary ready to answer aoove qoesOona nhouM cat and preserve this Botice tor tetare leltiuncc M H Wimm nay beeome BsefnL Address General Paseenger Anent St Pani Mtea- - ot Hinpesota Leads the World lands adjacent to rauruad or sale reeaa on For maps pnees rac ete address J Bookwalter LnlCommiicoer or eusy terms CU WHh her Moelr diiT and grain prodnatg JtHc0 arri fine Umber larmint and graaag TM feb Lackey Salesman people with his adroit eloquence thfci a throne was set up for him in the synagogue and from Smyrna proph- Â¬ ets were sent all over tho Turkish dominions to ail the Jewish colonies to preach that the true Messiah ot the race of David was come and that to him the crown and tho kingdom At this juncture Sevi was given vonturcd to elect from among his trusted followers twelve princes who wero to act as generals to the twelve tribes on thoir journey back to their country and as wo know from hn glish records the report reached even as far as to our shores and that there was somo talk of rending English ships to assist in the transport and even the skeptic Spinoza from all he was at one time inclined heard The to waver in ids disbVief scenes of frenzied excitement in Smyrna were intense busincsi was entirely suspended and gavo place to eager fanatical worship of Sevi presonts poured in to him from all pails until at length the Sultan was roused to action and summoned him The story of Sevis to Adrianople Interview with the Sulian is well known and how the holy noble and divino Messiah was ordered by that potentate to choose between thrco things either to work a miraclo and thereby prove his identity or to have three poisoned arrows shot at him by the Sultan himself or to bqcome a Mohammedan I am a follower of replied Sevi to this Mohammedan test and tinning to his followers who wero dismayed beyond measure at the collapso of thcirhero he added and he was numbered among tho Longmans Magazine transgressors General ly an art one must be ablo to IE FUN Â¬ G G FRANCIS WILLIS vrren TMVral na ITJSli fan At Mim Joe Boofe H ANlTD5i B3 OLWT I - Ktw Tork Uablei with MoncoIIan Fathers and Caucasian Mothers The other day I bad just turned into the square and had passed Hott street when a comraoltoa a short distance ia tlvance attracted my attention The fceterogeneons mob of pedestrians were collected aboat some morinjj ob-- frswsy red and freckled face brushed janst my arm A dozen of the as iortcd babies on the block some of them with faces double the age of their bodies were makinc for the center of attraction and I followed their ex airle Can you guess what caused such a passing sensation for nothing short ct a fire causes more on the Bowery I couldnt help thinking aslstrolled Oie poor little Chinese baby of two on what new and strange conditions Clestlal summers who toddled along the progress of the Chinamen here has the walk with his tiny fist holding evolved and what a startling thing it hard the hand of a Chinaman whose would be if all those Chinese babies catre dress indicated that bo was wore simultaneously deposited inMad o The little one was attired ison square Yet they live their little in a compromise between New York daily lives among us and few of us Richmond Dispatch and China with trousers and jacket are the wiser tnd a fancy turban was on his head BURDENSOME FRIENDS wonderfully bright faco it was that gzed up stolidly at the crowd and One of the Deplorable Uesolti of Too icceped rough endeavors to caress Great Familiarity w h all the serenity of a wooden Somebody will doubtless exclaim iaage Curious to know who these that real friendship is never a burden reU youthful heathen might be I In- Â¬ and that only the resemblance of terrogated his guardian in my Tory friendship can become such But best Chinese and was informed that think a moment dear goncral woman Tom Lee famous as the only deputy You loTe your friend you appreciate sheriff of his race in New York was all her virtues you quietly note and the father forget her lauus you esteem ner opin- Â¬ Now I know Tom who clever ion bnt oh youjdogetso tired of her leIowand opulent with all and the insisting upon your prosenco at times proprietor of a pretentious grocery at most inconvenient to you and regard- Â¬ the corner of Mott street and the ing any refusal though jrou seldom Bowery I know too that there was dare to make one as an intentional a Mrs Tom who wa not Chinese sol light to her feelings That is what I as pnzzled to account for tbe true mean by a burden of friendship features of the boy and determined to Then Madame C andid is indeed pay the lady an afternoon call at once your frienil she loved you as a tiny and clear the matter up girl she kissed you on your wedding She hannened to be visitinc I was day she believes in you and in your informed at the cigar store of iv friend husband but you do wish she would a few doors deeper into Chinatown not ask In that peculiarly sym Â¬ This shop which was Tery neat was pathetic way Now my child tell decorated on one side with a China Â¬ me how Charley and you are man nursinp a black eve on a soao getting along as regards mon- box and on the other with an ordi fey Tht Is your auatr ana My agar case Behind the latter sat Charleys something you will a rather pretty woman twith German talk over with him wid with him features busily engaged in knitting alone but can you be rude to Madame and looking so neat and comfortable Candid No so tou casually say uiat it was quite impossible to address and hasten to change Oh I very well ucr wimout lilting my hat he dear oia laay leeis the subject I beg pardon madam1 said X tnnbbedt indAet uTOU aro richt for but I am looking for the wife of Tom she is Imposing upon you one of the roost objectlonablo buraens oi inena No youre looking- at her sir shlp was the smiling response Perhaps of all people the jealous friend is the hardest to endure A My erident admirntTnn ni thn thitv letter Answered sooner than hers a chase of a two cent cigar for fifteen storybook sent to another friend a cents placed me at ones tinon an esr bit of good aews told first to some one wd ehaity footing and I related toheri else any trifle is sufficient to hring j sensation caused by heryoungsters her to jour side in tears Such a friend promenade exhausts the patience of female Job V Oh TAS tliAV ilwin She usually lacks the common sense aot1 Wlow him to see that one friend can not bo every fiat hnv Ic If - ti Vo rah thing to a vomaa whose eirclo of ac features quaintance Is large ana wai even ill Urn T linn1 Kah Ttivtt1 upon the strongsst affection too many few children since I married Tom demands may be made The jealous nu au looked like their father Two friend is usually quite interesting at I01 them are dead first Jor she is emotional and prof oso tOCS A CMl immn mVi m rtieA ia her demonstrations of affection i -- uaoauar but in time her disagreeable traits boThe little womansanswer was em- - - eome almott Insufferable puma To bcoorao an adept tn tho art of WoU1 wouldnt waafc to chaagsj reBdfep tf Frlnshlp may he well-to-d- hcsed a very dirty girl of ten whose Harry up Sally lets see Its face my husband Hes always kind tome and when I want a thing I have only to ask hi m and he gets it Are there many women of New York married to Chinamen About fifty I guess You see there are about three thousand Chinamen in the city and only a very fow Chinese Oh well there are women Babies about thrco hundred from the mixed marriages but all that I have seen have the features of the fathers Of course you dont often see them Because they on the street Why draw a crowd and it isnt pleasant for the Chinaman who has them in charge You can find thnm down through this street though if you know where to look Good day sir If my baby Is still on the Bowery toll him to como home called occasionally to remem Â¬ ber that absence makes tho heart grow fonder and to realizo that con- Â¬ stant companionship intense curiosity and a gentle assumption of proprietor- Â¬ ship will in time separate the most de- Â¬ A lasting friend- Â¬ voted inseparables ship must preserve a proper respect that will not allow itself to be imposed upon it must bo sympathetic but not curious loving but not jealous well speaking but not talkative Delicia may be devoted to mc but she is not for that reason obliged to confide to the world at large how much I think of her and how I could not do without her In tbe younger days of this old planet whon people were fow and the choice of friendships necessarily lim- Â¬ ited such friendships might have ex- Â¬ isted but now the world will say that Delicia and I are friends to day and acquaintances or perhaps foes to- Â¬ morrow A burdensome friendship is oftenest the result of two great familiarily and the wise woman will seo Its danger and avoid it for it surely breeds what the old proverb predicts for it con- Â¬ tempt Butlerlcks Delineator SABBATAI Xt SEVIS CAREER History of the Falie Messiah or the Jews Sabbatai Ssvi was a Smyrnioto Jew born in 1C25 and the son of a broker in that city he was a clever youth and so Mell verssd fu the Cabala aud other Jewish books that at tho ago of eight- Â¬ een he was made a rabbi Doubtless somo accounts of tho fifth monarchy men and the then mucli accredited re-Â¬ port that the Messiali was to reap- Â¬ pear in 1666 reached Smyrna and worked upon his imagination so much that he decided to make himself out to be that Messiali and to assist his object he secretly caus d reports to he promulgated to the effect that a proph- Â¬ et would shortly appear who would rob the Sultan of his crown and restore again tho kingdom of Israel When he thought that the right time had come to the dismay of the Smyrnioto he pronounced tho name rabbis Jehovah aloud in open conclave for which offenso ho was sum- Â¬ moned before a tribunal and con- Â¬ demned to die but doubtless he had been prepared for this and had ar- Â¬ rangements made for his escape fj om Smyrna and with ono object in view he went as a pilgrim to Egypt and Jerusalem where he chose as his Elijah one Nathan Benjamin a man of as cetic life who professed to see visions Before returning to Smyrna ho sent his attendant Nathan before him to prepare tho way and In the capacity of a second St John the Baptist to an- Â¬ nounce that he was coming to deliver men from the oppression of the Turks and to lead back the Jews to Palestine Nathan did his work well writing a circular letter addressed to the Bern nant of tho Israelites peace without the result being that intense end and mad excitement seized upon the They nearly Jews of that place killed themselves with penances they administered to one anothor thirty nino lashes and tortures of ail kinds and an influential Jew Fennia by name whose daughter prophosied and wrought miracles assisted Nathan in his work of preparation In duo time Sabbatai Sevi landed at Smyrna styling himself tbe king of and k carried awayWOTethe Icing of Asia Minor Jsa Spinners Appeal - i I t- Tho venerable but vigorous General F E Spinner formerly Uulted States Treasurer writes from his camp- - at Pablo Beach Florida to his friends tho boys of America to spare the birds I well recollect he sayg that I onca shot a robin He flow somo distance and fell in tho long grass I went and picked him up and found that I had inflicted n fatal Tho poor wound in his breast wounded bird looked up into my faco so imploringly that it caused me to shed tears and now to day at tho age of seventy five years I am haunted by the pitiful imploring look of that poor innocent dying bird and feelings of deep remorse como over me whoncvar I see a robin I would bo willing to make great sacrifices to be made guiltless of tho wantom mur The dor of tint poor innocent bird General makes a special plea for that sweetest of all American song cat bird Butas 5tors tho for the Eiglish sparrow he says with Kill him wher righteous wrath cvor you find him in season and out of reason Hj has never been known to do any good andis of no use Giro hfm no quarter but go for him as yon Detroit would for any other thief Free Press ed i tho text this Inquired the min Â¬ morning Bobby ister who wns dining with the family Yes sir Tho last shall be first and And do you the first shall bo last know what that moans I dout believe it means much Im never first or even second Fm alwayslas gald hungry Bobby T5 Do you remember y And soyou aro going to bo mar- Â¬ CATCHING CONGER EELS THE AMERICAN MOOSE Dim before ho is taken mt of ifte 1 Yes and I am so happy ried Itepreenta cometlilnc Aboat the Larrst Thirty erfs fa a good sights A messenger boys diary Mon love Charles wi h my whole heart Flh That II ve Snrp Tn lh anil Strasgle water tlon or the Derr Iauillr work LIlco Voutit Vfualet day hired Tuesday tirol Wednes Yos I be Â¬ Has he any property As is well known the mooso is the The smaller eels are split opea the Just pievious to leaving Ireland day fired Newark Sunday CalL lieve so And as he isnt very well I largest speci of the entire deer for America I lived near llw liiber vil- Â¬ skin left upon then awd they are A brido is always becoaing to a permitted him to mako a will in my genus exceeding in proportions any hung upon the sides of faoBOua ad Very go I in him Im sure other native ruminant quadruped in lage of Ckldagh on the bay of Gal Boniface and a bonny faco is always favor in the swi Hotel MaiL of your America and when in full growth and way The village contained abot upon the sioe walls to dry to a bride becoming But you have some property two thomami inhabitants and they after being sailed for a short time It I see that Mr own Have you willed that to vigor in the bo-- romlition tiiese live entirely by themselve ami speak is a very curious sight to see U First Young Lidy What a ridiculous idea gigantic mammals it is assorted have Buffalos profits in London amounted Charles ornamented with tfce difficult to understand an idiom to 70001 Scond Young Lady Of courso not but Tvo fixed it so that been known to attain the enormous They liveveryliltlo thatched hHts with stone walls these eels After befog carcasses of in Boston Tran- Â¬ weight of two thousand pounds and a Yes and think too of his position in ho cant got hold of it bu one window and thov subsist on thorowghiv dried the eels are smoked script Tid BiU society reliable gentleman now living in Hart- Â¬ products of tU a pollock bake ami the nesh becomes as hard as a ford Conn who has for many seasons ling codfish lirriiig and conger els Martha said her father Will- Â¬ hoard It lakes a vrrv sharp knife to An Unpardonable Crime iam asked me for your hand last stalked this particular game and bagged Tlie eels are lishod for about one mile eat the flesh of a dried ami smoked Well pa nizht and I consented A stranger in a Dakota town was quite a number of large specimens from shore on the rwll or rocky bot Â¬ conger eel nine niosihs after Ms capt Â¬ that is tho first bill of mincyou havent attracted by a large and noisy crowd says that he killed a bull moose some tom the eels are ure WhM j repared for the taWe the Occasionally objoctcd to on tho street cornor Drawing near years since in Nova Scotia that meas- Â¬ eanght in m ts but not often as flesh is cut down in the skin hi emmks Did the wedding go off smooth he heard one saying ured seven feet from the top of the they are so powerful ami are ami fa birflod for 8ve or si hems ly About as smoothly as such af Â¬ K Y Emu I loll yon hat boys ho ought to withers to tho sole of tho foot which is armed witli snt h sharp teeth that Then Ufa fried in UmL considerably taller than the elk or any they can easily CHt their way iH sStm fairs always go off The only hitch bo run out of tho country that occurred was when tho pair stood Give him a doso of tar and feath Â¬ other game animal on this continent throngh the meshes of a neCeven were Boston Courier up to bo united Fiftyycars ago the range of tho moose it made of bed corl They are cxHgnt yelled another ers WELL ARMED INDIANS Rially Mr Old Miss Spinster Hangings what ho needs howled had a vast geographical amplitude ex- Â¬ from August to Jiminry Aboat Pa- Â¬ tending from tho Atlantic to the The Noble Itrcl 3Ian lias the Mot EfleoUr Mr Oldboy boy you aro so kind anothor Christ m a timo the conger eel is cn IVeapom That Are Made My friend said the stranger tim Â¬ cific entirely across tho continent But sidered extell nt eating The fishing Dont mention it Misi Spinster 3 How is the arvny eq tipped fer fight Â¬ out- Â¬ the expansion of the western settle- Â¬ bonis aro called pookavns TUevcirry dance with you yon know booause the idly addressing a native on the what did tho man ments and the proclivities of tho hunt- Â¬ a curious sail it bring a jib an I main- Â¬ ing the Indians others aro too young for a man of my side of the crowd Oh I think there are men eoeegh do ing population have causod a great sail male into ono sheet The boats year diminution in this species of game and have keels and carry about five tons on the frntier to take care of the In- Â¬ Whatd he do echoed the man Only Oie Condition First Old Yes great crime is he driven the wary beasts to seek more in They aro cxcclent sea boats The dians There is no forecasting whs S cond Od Maid Sarah Sirili they may do oat there at any time accossiblo cover in the remote north Theres guilty of murder dark Maid What do you want bait used is cut from the hotly of a but the troubles are growing less to be Yet they are still found in Maine Min- Â¬ species of mackerel called eurro Toll him if a burglar in tho house The Indians are m O no he aint no murderer but nesota Idaho Montina as well as in wine by tho fishermen ho aint already married Ill take This fish is feared every day Ha done tho unpopulated districts of tho Cana- Â¬ highly prized as biit The linos are bad shape to ever do much mere fight Â¬ Til tell you bout him him ing Since the buffaloes were killed You seo these are something to hurt tho town Yes sir dian provinces and in British Colum- Â¬ of twislcd flax made by the fishermen Town lotman off they have lost their comwbeary de-Â¬ something to hurt tho prosperity bia and are each three hundred feet in partment The befftloe not boom prices Thcro is no boom in done yH kmw of our city said there was more An old Chippewa guide our lots butascady heathy growth length They an vary strong and houses in the next town up here than Qiuul who had hunted in the vicinity about as thick as a lead pencil were always the Iidlaas eemmkHary Then they wontdofor Speculator department when they went to war mc What I want is an unsteady there is in this Hes supposed to bo of Lake Huron ever since his boyhood Tho sinker is usually a piece of But now they ru klllc l off and game growth so that I can double in hiding under some of tho bams told a white traveler somo years ago triangular load two pounds in weight unhealthy round town and wo expect to pull him that during a severe winter many years The hooks are thiiker than telegraph k scaree ami they cant Mve loHg my money in a month without snppHes o half an hour before when the snow was very deep wire six inches lng and about two said a show- Â¬ out by tho legs inside Tills ere animal How are the Indians armed fee Chicago Tribune and his family suffering for want of and one half inches from barb to wire is a leopard Tho ancients man food ho wont out alono upon snow The fishing is dono in aboHt one hun- Â¬ fighting thought ho couldnt change his spots Composition of Dynamite Well armed Batter than the sol Â¬ shoes to procure meat and in a short dred feet of water A3 the tides are but its now known that ho sleeps in diers are That was the greatest misÂ¬ ono night and in another Those who have never seen tho tima came upon tho fresh tracks of very strong a vorv heavy anehor is take we ever made wlH wj disarmed one spot explosive seven moose which he followed for required for the boat Those fisher-Â¬ dynaraito spot the next night and is all the time them the first time Then they had the Ni Y Leilqer will be interested to know that it three successive days during which ho men who aro too poor to buy an iron old fitnt locc guns and one thing and a cliangia his spot very much liko moist brown killed every one of them besides two anchor of the regular pattern make a Say bub I hoar that your folks looks which another that were netwonh two cents which is black bears that attempted to join him curious wooden contrivance Nitro glycerine aro going to have a conversation club sugar We took them all away ami inside of Yep wo formed by the action of nitric acid up Â¬ in tho chase toward tho last of it somewhat rcsemblS a big at your house this winter the legs of the clothos pln six months every Indian was better on glycerine at a low temperature is After his signal achlovmantin securing Who arc the member got one by a rope is armed than our own men They had Wo and mother I furnish the con the activo agent in dynamite but is this large supplv of meat he returned and secured in position The wood pre- Â¬ the best improved repeating rifle versalioi and mother provides ibo mixed with some absorbent substance to his poople and taking out a party placed a largo sio ie becoming fast- Â¬ And so it has been every tnu we have Detroit Free to render it safer to handle than the with sleds hauled it ail home and it vents tho stone from Enny moro club The absorbent sufficed for their subsistence during tho ened to the bottom Eioh man fishes disarmed any of them they eqnlpped liquid glycorino Press with two lines one on each side of the themselves with the latest improved macrial thus used Is a silicious remainder of tho winter A Prudent Maiden weapons Whr now they have these The moose is an awkward clumsy boat The sinkers are placed about earth a fine white powder com- Â¬ She writes many letters unto me rifles that remains of infusoria and looking animal with an uncommonly six feet from the hook When the new repeating Winchester posed of the Breathing toits of love so true fisherman has dropped his line over Â¬ fire sixteen shots Oar men hate aeth- be And theyre just as sweet as sweet can resembling powdered chalk this takes peculiar head and a sc ending in a them Bnt a very prudent znslden she up two or three times its weight of the muscular prehonsiblo lip termed mut board and feels his two pound sinker ing to compete with army and there For Xhtj alt come postago djie that is so touch the bottom he lifts the sinker up is not a rifle li the becoming fle which they use in collecting food without nitro glycerine Harpers Bazar nro easily and this appendage whon cooksd is about six feet so that tbe bait is kept deadly as those the Indians Lave Of Indian warfare is the hardest Olia Why do you encourage pasty and iho ingredients bon gently swinging back and forth For coarse mixed leaden vessels aim woouen attentions from both Tom and Harry j spoons being used to avoid dangerous l egarded by hunters as a delicious back a distance of about two feet above the kind of fighting in the world They The mouth is sat well morcoau Irono Well dear I like Tom best always well fitted out before they is appiieu lo uns the muffle hook wire is wound around the line are but ho is not very well off and cant friction When lire strong flame with Â¬ from tho lowor extremity of method of to protect it from the looth of the eeL go to fighting Tie traders are always wjth a thus adapting it to their afford a coupe if wo go to tho theater mass it burns and aa Indian wiH give one out any explosion but when ignited browBing upon tho tender shoots of The fisherman usually has not to around I call him my fine weather baau or perhaps five or six two detonating fuso or even by a sud Â¬ deciduous shrubs and trees which con wait for a bits He feels a sensation for a three rifle and ammunition ponies Celia Then vhat do yon call by a The good Is tre- Â¬ stitute their staplo fongu h year as though his lino had been seized den blow Its explosivo forco Harry Irene My rainbow violently Ha stands up orpct in the only way to tight them is with eavaky mendous Boston Budget round Harpers Bazar Bat I do not The Indians are cavalry Mooso are quite abundant upon tho boat and begins to haul in a3 rapidly look for mHeh more trouble on the said a Philadelphia Mamma Entirely Too Previous as the weight and the fierceness of the Yukon river toward its sources in girl what would bo an nppropriato frontier About ill they can do is te Lady Patron I want to get somo Alaska as an exploration of that sec-Â¬ struggle tois escape will permit The rise suddenly and kill a few settlers Yon know f present to give George a verv greedy hsh and Be- Â¬ conger col tion by Whlmpon in 1867 shows wo are not engaged yet How long good rat poison and before they oaa get farfcer the tween latitudes 65 and 66 degrees north he succeeds In hooking himself very troops are aftr them and ran them Druggist with embarrassment hasho bean calling upon yon About Ho comes up toward tho Really you are in great haste arent rand longitude 146 dagrecs he says thoroughly Interview Then I think a pretty two years When away into the moantains f This part of the river abounds in surface in tho shapo of a spiral plain hint will bo th proper thing to yon he Is still sixty feet from the boat he with General Skuidan Haste Idonbseelt What do you moose Chicago Tribune give him sea The appellation of raoo3a is prob- - can bo scon in the phosphorescent Annotto I have just been hav- - mean At Broad Street St ti a Rich foe WolL you know youve only been ably m anaboriginal source ing a delightful stroll with Hcrold I gaess Im all rijfht 11m MtArtl etiiir Yrtittl1 rtTitnine en spiral fastened to a golden cord cy old lady married to your fourth husband two Can any thing bo moro poetioal than a The ordinary sized eels caught will gripsack walarpceof and bundle Oh I nnri months and Jeanetle walk In tho moonlight vr seres my umbrella And bordels whorethose auimaUaro ntost Poetical nodoubt fiveycars i ldor Old ladv Here Is A4 For tho sake of appearances you Annette but when joa have had my ought to waita while I am afrai4you f Ive left Retains behind Porter and oik were experience you wdl know that a dark The eels head No maam not eves awleR to go elsewhere for lt esxensiye these eek into a boat over tha sionatly met wua ia cornor of tho poroh Is equal to ten will have ia thrown thwart i as a rale j f otsfkis oLHk Huron aightfc--iWMtCttiU moonlit i and a start stout club k vmaA to qnigl red-hand- ed much-talked-of olntlies-pin-Betwcen 1 m V r r V 4 - i SSSSX man Prtr ue Sii- - FpJSpw M jsiif THE CLIMAX rUBUSUEO EVERY WEDNESDAY BY At THE CAPITAL i 1 ICerrespondwK Cumax THE Climax Feinting Co PRICE PER YEAR WAsniwitON D Feb 13 1888 Virginias retiring Senator Riddle berger fitill persists In the Senate having open Executive sessions He lias deolarcd his intention of bringing the question np every day that he can get ihe recognition of the Chair until the Senate by some positive declara- Â¬ tory action sets its stamp of disapproval on innovation In Hip last Executive session the Senator occupied the whole time in speaking upon his resolution and so no Executive business was transuded The Senator openly charg- Â¬ ed that speeches made in secret sw ekm by Senators who have as Private fieeretarys Bewspaper correspondents are invariably published in the lead Â¬ ing New York dallies and ridiculed the idea of the sessions beiug called secret He declares his intention of calling up liis resolution again on Mon- Â¬ day Dennis Kearney the Sand lot ora- Â¬ tor lias been airiug himself before the House Comlttee on Foreign AHaira He is stumping in favor of Representa- Â¬ tive Cummiiigs bill to totally restrict Chinese immigration His manner before the Committee was exceedingly oflensive ami when some of bis state- Â¬ ments were questioned by Representa Â¬ tive Hill of the Committee he made a personal attaek on him and threatened to go into the Representatives district next fall and get his constituents to pek him with dead cats and baked snail which hi friends the Cliine e eat The Committee bore with the demagogue who injured the good cause rather than benefitted it The large publishers ol the country have succeeded in getting a favorable report from the Committee on Post- offices forbidding the sending through the mails at newspaper rates or as sec ond class matter tri weekly publica Â¬ tions such as the Seaside Library These cheap publications lmve reach- Â¬ ed an enormous circulation by reason of Standard literature in a cheap form Ilte sale of this low priced literature has made such inroads on Ihe business of lugh prieed iiublisliers that the lat- Â¬ ter complained of the disadvantages at which they were placed in the postal rotoes and hence the amendment to the postal laws Tlte House Committee on Rivers and Harbors is being bewieed by delega tions from all imrts of tlte country to asign some of tlte Treasury surplus to them for use on some one or more streams in their Stale So far the CoMtmKlee has not lieen able to form- Â¬ ulate any bill but it is making notes from what is submitted by the vari ous delegations and will endeavor to do something for all of them It is thought that tlte bill provides fur ex Â¬ pending something like at least 10 909600 This sum is expected to apÂ¬ ply on account awl contemplate fur- Â¬ ther appropriations in the next session for carrying on tlte same Improve ments To ajijtrojH iate at this time for the coHl4etHKi of these many projects wouid call lor nearly 40000000 and that wouhl reduce the prospects of any tarifl reduction at this session There itave already been introduced about 800 bills relating to the tariff re Â¬ duction and while no one is practica- Â¬ ble still many of them contain some good provisions which are being culled by the Committee on Ways and Means and will be used In preparing the bill to be submitted by that Com- Â¬ mittee as the measure of the party It is iHobable that the bill may be ready for report by the Committee within the next three weeks H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a 150 Ewtors-S 1S86 FRENCH TIPTOX W G WHITE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Serving a life sentence for an Infamous crime Tuesday morning she became Mrs Wm M Webb through the me Â¬ dium of a marriage license and a parson This is promptness personified though it has been beaten Still when the late change to a milder temperature is considered it may be put down as near the head of the record for quick time Courier Journal 33BCj - jmm gjg suf uk t rs rnri7T31JiEjjE3 Tjsssgsr t -- jaw j ISOTTXIESrSEE 3XT FOftHTDrW-ATnE CASH vr K CD -- GROCERY HOUSi oik j That are frauslit itthejjnterest to the purchasers t hat visit our store in search of J - vSn At n special term of the Circuit Coutt last January David Kimbrell was sent to the penitentiary for two years for stealing the horse of Asa Brock of Goodes precinct A few weeks after this incarceration and while workjng on the Knoxville railroad near Pineville he escaped and for some time he has been hovering about a tenau house on the farm of A B Ramsey On Sunday morning Policeman Mndigan Allen and Scobee captured him and the next day he Kimbrell was taken to Frankfort says that a part of the time since his escape was spent in Canada and a part In Indiana Winchester Democrat During the Christmas holidays Ham Yowell a Hustonville coon was ar- Â¬ rested nud brought to jail charged with resisting an officer County At- Â¬ torney Carpenter started to take him back to Hustonville the next day for trial but the negro very quietly walked oft and left Mr Carpenter to take the cold drive alone He was and a sentence of 15 tried anvwav days in juil imposed against him The other day he went to Squire John Bell and asked him for an order to Jailer Owens lor 15 days board which being given him he promptly delivered to that officer It Is rare that the law Â¬ breaker takes his own mifiraus to the Jailer and Sam deserves to be shown some consideration for his act Stan Â¬ D ON DYKES North Second Street A full White Goods Laces Sir Blaine lias written a letter declining to be a candidate for President But it was such a let- Â¬ ter that will probably secure his nomination without opposition FOR HARRIS XOW Embroideries Clothing and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY rsi BooWSMs SKs The Lexington Observer lost no pportnnity during the race for Governor to say a mean thing of Senator Harris But the Observ- Â¬ er talks trathlully in the subjoined paragraph Senator Harris is one of the most popular men now in the General Assem bly Among his warmest friends are scores of tltose who opposed him in his late canvass for the chief magistracy of the State It will take another Buokner to defeat him for any State office to which he may aspire in the future and Bucners are so scarce that it is not at all likely that one man will meet two of them in a political lifetime Â¬ Â¬ GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods feeen and Dried Fruit We couMfiH one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit YOU MUST COME AND t SE THEM aaaaa aaaaaanaaaaaaai n a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaa Â¬ THE LEGISLATURE Mr Chetiattlt has had the leg islative halls tendered to Mrs Mary B Ofay for a lecture on Womans Rights on the evenings of the 20th and 21st Committee appointed to investigate the Western Lunatic Asy- Â¬ lum A hill k pending to allow a man to hold any stock for damages that may jump hie fence a second time into his premises Sixty four local bills passed the House in one hour last Saturday A bill to allow interest on all court judgments Mr Ohenault a bill to make illegal voting at primary elections punishable House bill providing a punish ment of 100 fine for carrying concealed weapons to be paid by work at 2 per day if not other wise paid Senate bill to pay Circuit Judges 1000 per3ear The Governor has signed the bill changing time of meeting of State Board of Equalization Senate bill paying Jailers 60 cent 6 a day for board of prisoners A bill to prevent drunkenness of any State or county officer A bill to make a reformatory of the Branch penitentiary A whipping post for vagrants A bill providing that 15 years adverse possession give title over all claims to land Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KEmCKrS DIAM8XUS AS FOR TAXATWX LISTED The Hewitt Revenue Law that has done a great good for Kentucky imposes a tax on diamonds and provides that they be Â¬ Â¬ lifted separately and have their alue attached The Auditors nport that has been presented tis by General Hewitt disclos es aoe wonders relative to the diamonds owned in the State The whole number of diamonds in Kentucky as ap pears from the Auditors report taken from the assessors1 books is onlj nine hundred and thirty seven Whetlier a diamond as set forth by the Auditors report means simply one diamond or all tlte diamonds belonging to one person we do not know But to give the problem tlte advantage ol the guess and say all the dia monds of one person is meant leaves the great State of Ken ueky with only nine hundred and thirty seven diamond owners with a value of 282805 Only fifty six counties out of the one hundred and nineteen report any diamonds at all Boyle county strange as it may appearhead6 the list with one hun dred and seventy six diamonds valued at 11860 Woodford comes next with ninety five valued at 10245 Then Bourbon with eighty two valued at 3005 Franklin follows with seventy four worth 7425 Montgomery lists next only fifty at a value of Mercer has forty two 3045 worth 3635 Oldham comes seventh with thirty six rated at 3125 The number drops down after Oldham into the twenties and teens and on down to the bottom Madison conty reports thirteen diamonds worth 8330 while Clark Fayette Rockcastle Jack- Â¬ son and Estill report none Jessamine lists thirty two worth 2135 and Garrard seven at 505 total It will be seen in the list above set forth that the girls down at Frankfort wear diamonds worth on the average 100 or a finer quality than any ol the others except Madiscjr whose diamonds reach the princely sum of 300 on the average Mont Â¬ gomery girls 6eem satisfied with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 50 diamonds Jefferson county reports twon three diamonds while at any large party in Louisville several hundred may be seen but what Jefferson lacks in number she makes up in value as the average is pot away up at 8523 Campbell county which includes New port lists nineteen at 1815 and Kenton which includes Coving ton reports none nor does Henderson report any Warren which includes Bowling Green Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ reports none These counties that fail to report in the diamond column we hope gave theirs in under some other head Danng the TTeJasdere Â¬ 400 Scandinavians and 300 Germans have beoozse actual settlers in Manitoba and the Northwest The nationalities represent the balk of the forties immigration put year about 1600 18 per ninny lambs have been engaged at 6 good weanling steer calves Farming implements of oil cent for May and 5 cents for June de- Â¬ bead D N Prewiit has secured kinds sold well and we think the sale livery several thousand at these figures none from first to last was a good oup to be taken weighing less than 60 Danville Advocate pound The loss of stock on thegrpat ranches The famous Quilqua ranch in the of tlw West and North west during in Texas Panhandle has been purchased the presmi winter Is likely to exceed from Lady Adair of Ireland by R that of last season It is reported that -- ON A- Moore of Kansas City and Charles in Montana alone 500000 head of Gooduight of Texas The ranch com- cattle linve perished from the cold prises 445000 acres and the purchase and other sections have suffered to price was 700000 almost an equal extent This disas- Â¬ Houri and Susie S trous experience Is iu favor of an If Sable Wilkes ford Journal come together this year as they prob Â¬ adjustment of the stock interests of will the greatest four j ear old the great West to its climatic condi- Â¬ The Mississippi House lias adopted a ably race that the country has yet seen will tions and must result sooner or latter to Congress protesting memorial is little doubt that in the adoptions of measures for the agairst the passage of the Senate bill take place There each of these pheuomenal performers proper care and protection of live having for its object the prevention of will be able to lower last years record stock against the severity of the win- Â¬ the use of cotton seed oil as a substitute HOUSE GIVE ter in the sections devoted to that inter- Â¬ -- Jit Sterling Gazette for hog lard and proposing to tax the est The plan of keeping great herds manufacturing few good fox hounds were poison A oil and the privilege of of cattle without the provision of and dealing therein The memorfal ed last week near town This i3 an would lend outrage to destroy this race looking to j shelter ami food In the winter is no ists assert that such a law longer an economical way of produc Â¬ june22 tf greatly to impair the use and value of the proUctioii of the vicious useless i Tills varies A marvel of losses entailed by one purity powder never whoiesomeness Jlore strength mid cotton States sheep in our country Who would ing beef The a large product of the the ordinary kinds and disastrous season swallow up the profit ecoonmlcal than competition with cannot lieold Iu tlie mul Â¬ with no compensation or benefit to give the music of a good fox dg for of low alum enplc but really to the meat aud clothes luriiNhed by the of milder wiiitersaml the hazards of the titudespowders test KliorliwelKli t cans or phos- Â¬ the American phate Sold only in huine s outrun its cheapness The 1akiq Powder Co 106 Wall feU N llnYAL Y their injury in maintaining the high sheep Lancaster Xew method of improving ranches by the Jnue 22 tf price of hog lard and express the opin Â¬ At the sale of stock of thM lute Iiac erection of t lieli and the providing ion that cotton seed lurd I a perfectly Wing tte Tuesday hordes sold from 10 of fodder for the winter is slower than should not be wholesome article and to 135 mule 78 to 113 cows 24 to discriminated against in favor of any 52 heifer- - 3 cents per pound Funn Â¬ the present plan of allowing cattle to trust to the resources of the range other nrtirle of American manufac ing implements sold at fair prices lor subsistence but It is much surer tu re or commerce Fourteen shares of stocR in the Frank- Â¬ aud Iu the end would prove more TO THE TRADE fort Georgetown and Paris turnpike remunerative The certainty of the ANNOUNCES CONVENTION he sold at 30 er share Midway Clip returns would justify the smaller that of has u large aud well selected line per margins The question has an aspect of the Convention The District The Haydeti laud sales hi Marion too which is of public interest The Womans Ciiristian Temperance Union county on last Tuesday were well at Â¬ conversion of vast unimproved ranches for the first district will hold its next Â¬ regular meetlug at Lebanon Thurs- Â¬ tended Mr D W Dunn of Gar- into cultivated farms is to be en J Dl rard bought the home tract of 261 couraged It is much better for the Nrcniw day and Friday the 23rd and 24th of w The Popular Una between February Different subjects connect- Â¬ acres at 30 also the second tract of hole country to have the great terri 18 The third of 151 j tory ot me west niied up with pro- Â¬ Cincinnati ed with our great work will be pre- 222 acres at LAFAYETTE and sented in papers by the ladies and acres was knocked off to Mr James ducers and actual settlers than to be Wade at 1950 per acre and ihe taken up by cuttle kings Kansas alterward discusseds Mrs Mary Woodbridge from Ohio fourth of 155 acre was purchased at City Star Tie EiUn Trilm BCI THECCSn Wttlt Ouap- for years the Recording Secretary of 325 per acre by Tai lor Able Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elegant Bo dining Chair Cars on Night Trains On Wednesday of last week at the LOUISVILLE TOBACO HAESET-the Rational Union will be in attend- Â¬ Magnificent Parlor Cars on Day Train ance to help by her counsel and to sale or C D Long near Cheluut FOitxisiinD rv AXJCTg lecture Friday evening Grove horses sold from 87 to 151 BETWEEN Glover Durrett LonisWlIo Tobacco All women who are interested in Ihe cows from 20 to 32 hogs from 41c 5c Ware Uonse and Home vs the Saloon whether they per pound commou sheep S4 South- Â¬ TU the C L St L A C Eillwi j Biff Four Eta in which you can find the and YtsdalU Use have connected themselves witli the down ewes 5 80 corn in the crib 3 Sales on our market for the week just Pullman Baff ct Sleeping Cars Pnllman Redlninc W C T U or not are cordially in Â¬ per bbi wheat 89 cents per bushel closed amount to 2357 Hhds With Chair Cars New First Class Coaches Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all rcn through vited to attend The farm containing 104 acres was sold recipts for the same perid of 1889 HlnN without change between Cincinnati and St Lotus Mns L M Dodcie Cor Secy at the same time to John M Glass- Sales on our market since Jiinunrv let amount to 14306 Hhds Our market Elegant Reclining Chair Cars cock for 44 per acre BrrwEBN has been irregular and lower for nil CLOSING OF PUBLIC SCHOOL Owsley proprietor of crudes of Hurley Tobacco in the past Mr H H HI Cincinnati VIA and THI Putinos Stock Farm has leased to Mr week There is no gMd reason appar Â¬ LATEST STYLES C I St L C and I B Editor of the Climax ff Short Line ent lor the sudden ntd unexpected W R Letcher of Richmond Ky the depression the theorhs Ptseiiteit aie The closing exercises of the City running qualities of Reclining Chair Cars CommodiousnCTWEEN AND TUB LOWEST PRICES three two ye r old numerous and unsatisfactory It is the THIN COLUMNSchool took place at the school house race fillies two Longfellowo undone general belief of the trade the decline Indianapolis Pemllls and Seghk Ica on Second street February 3rd It i Glengary for the seasons of 1888 and is only temporal y The following t An Exchange finds that the Via SHELDON to be regretted that neither of our city quotations fairly represent our market Journal C IStL4 a and T P A W B Bds 18a9 These youngsters lire all prom-i-iu- g has made Mr Sankey and lor Hurley Tobacco papers w as represented so that a good At Chicago St tools and Peoria close and la one and will no doubt be heard another singer togetlter perform a report could be made for the public Dark mediate connections are made with all Lines to 9 00 He does not intend to be undersold S 8 00 suto at the Moody meetings The frouiiu the t tuke unit purses fur which ColoryTrash lie will and from the Northwest TTest and Southwest 9 0016 00 and to his customers be Trash It is to be reuretted that Ihe editors they contend Midway Clipper Courier Journal was always musically were uot notified Common hugs uot Colory 14 0017 00 give you full value for every dollar in- Â¬ Tartiga Tickets sal Eaggirs C1U t ail friadptJ fditi Ed Umax Thv 17 Rood hues 01 vested with him and he urge you to Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I inclined W T Withers exercises conisteil of ssajv select Gen of Lex Common Leaf uot Colory 15 0019 On give him an early call dcCRTjalso via thlsllne at all Coupon Ticket 0017 Oficea thronghoot the country 18 00025 00 the following Good Leaf It Kentucky should get into a war reading lectures and declamations iuuton has made B JOHN ECANOtalPmandlktlgent Â¬ 25 0030 00 Fine Leaf good and reflected great cred- Â¬ sales of highbred trotters Pyrwith West Virgiuia over the McCoys All were CX2TCX2THATIQ and into another witli Indiana over it to both teacher and pupils There amid b s foaled 1879 by Almont At McKees Old Stand Sfpbly that little Island down in the Ohio were eight scholars who liui hed the dam Mangle Dunn by Bourbon Chief Local Produce Markets June 22 9m the numerous colonels and other mil- Â¬ course nud received certificates viz F to W S Woflord Kenyon O Price CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON 1500 Templar b s foaled 1S85 by BurusS New Ion S Myers D Corneli itary men can be utilized ARNOLD BRO GROCERS IRVINE STREET RICHMOND KY son Maggie McCoilum F KeJIey Pearl Happy Medium dam Balsnriua by Lake Dakota Inter Gentry Tlte Devils Corinne Gentry Then the Balsora to O F Croxtou Lexington Richmond Ky Feb 14 1SS8 CHICKEN Oeeuu chronicles the subjoined in its Miss Irice 1750 Caspian b s foaled 1882 Beef Cattle Butcher three teachers offered prizes marriage column Mieheal H Rut- - Peyton oflered one for Â¬ by almont dam Lady Richelieu to T Hogs the best schol ten ami Mua ivtrbara iyteu were Cholera Cure arship which was awarded to Frank F Merrill Manchester N H Price Sugar Cured Hams married at 990 on the 2d Inst at the Burns One for Bacon Hams Country the best drawings of 1000 Catltolie chuieh by Father Claude map Cured was awarded to Wm In 1SS7 1100 steamships carried out Butter 20c witnesses were Joseph Led nc and Wheeler lite on best Miss Frazee one t 50 1 752 00 50761576 bushels of wheat from New Chickens Miss Mary Rutteti Eggs scholarship awarded to Besie Bendel oc There 8cc Editor Climax On last Friday One for good deportment to I Duncan York in from were 32962600 bushels Wheat 700 British ship loadg Flour Si 2c night while I was deeply interested One who was best in third reader to taken 3614574 bushels in HO German ship Corn per barrel 3 00 in perusing the Thin Column that un Â¬ 8- - Wiggins Miss Harcourt for best Hay per 100 lbs 4031 50c scrupulous competitor of mine old scholarship to Lucy Prather Of the loads and so on down to the Stars and Oats in sheaf per 100 fiis 4050 Stripes fluttering over the attenuated Lard Goose Bone slipped in on the commu- Â¬ essays aud readings etc Miss Cornell tall eud of the column over the Amer- Â¬ Tallow VeeBriisVxieeeaKXlf IftS IT H a quantity of ice and sleet w hich sons valedictory nity Mr Frank Burns Beeswax I20C made things look rather wintry next reading Bessie Bendels recitation ican ship making five loads In the total Feathers o35 morning I hope the public generally and last but not least Pearl G entrys of 11071 and carrying 240576 bushels Meal 657c of wheat in the total of 50761576 Oats per bushel will excuse me this time I promise Hymn deserve special men- Â¬ Lost 4o5oc i 25 that suoh carelessness on my part tion Pearl Gentry shows quite a tal- Â¬ There were besides seventy four ship Orchard Grass 1 20 ofKY UNIVERSITY loads of wheat aggregating 1992921 German Millet shall not occur again Commercial College LEXINCTOHKY ent or her teacher lias taken extra bushels in sailing vessels and Uncle Timothy Seed 3 0003 3S Respectfully Occupies 3 Large Hall ana 7 Jloomt Clover Seed pains with her one or perhaps both s Sam had therein one vessel a cat boat Oats in sheaf Thousands of dollars worth of Cheapest Best Business College in the World Gboukd Hoo Especially did we perhaps All were good carrying 34400 bushels Choice blue grass seed 3 ITIc1itnarud Gold Sledltf UooLvQitt CoBcges U chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ 6t7e Wrd KxpMltln 4 Mention Ktmrty 1000 Kerjlr1 aw1 era is more fatal to chickens than for enjoy Dr Hamiltons remarks Red top seed It Sndenu NEWS PARAGRAPHS 7J35 4eerml DatliHl The Winnipeg ManitobaCalU peaks Sweet Potatoes from30HUtMDlFrifCMBtri 8000 A pleasant af ternoon was enjoyed by l 00aH 25 tBUC la 1S81 BftlneM 10 TcKheri cMptojed Bctea all other diseases combined But the Gntdmatc as follows of a stove for using straw Irish Potatoes keeping Brinw Arllluaetle Pcnmts coudufBMk the fortunate ones present and missed i 00 OarMCwnereUl LW UerehtaJiUg 75 discovery of a remedy that positively hip Biallnb Jlat Stock Charles Arhuokle the wealthy coffee by those not pre enL May MaafuuriKf tfKtwts Raalae Practice Kercantil Cerra the City aud hay lor fuel The straw burniug cures it has been made and to becon apoadence etc Cat of FbU Btulnea Car lactones re- Â¬ merohaul against Miss Campbell attachment on exhibition at Mnssey LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPOET Talticn Rtatleaerr and Board lamadale fasallr atoal ape 90 School yet be what it ought to be now Teleampfay Bbrtllud Typewriting and noma aad caa are taken vinced of its efficacy only requires a cently obtained a verdict of 46000 be claltlea fear epeeial tMchera Should the citizens of Richmond Manufacturing Cos office seems ex trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Special Department br alone or vita the Bailnent Cnrec CORRECTED WEEKLY BY damages for breach of promise has had visit this school and see What i Ladiea Led Principal emptcTed it aud ceedingly simple aud very practicable Merchant Cmrea f Beck Keeping ZIS 07 7 Berlnsa one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ a disastrous year financially He is feel what it ought to be think it It may be attached to any ordinary LOPER DATER CO ArttAoMtie and Fenmaacbin Then taken alone K rer menia I College open dar and nlsnt anteed If after using two thirds of Stadanu reeeteel on eeiy pay- still a wealthy man but has lost a good would not be many caa pa tnao vita u mouths until our cook or heating stove in a few min- Â¬ Live Stock Commission Merchants at I menta Cj- Arraasenwata toattcadthli Colleceoaurnaaearn paleifor acheapdaHepaca a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Ko Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and deal of money in the last twelve boomiug city would rank with its utes It weighs less than fifty pounds Eater now Oradnatec Gaaraateed Saeeees Per or tlnw satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken cxlan addrse VTUr it Smith Pros t Lexlngtoa Kj Covington Stock Yards mouths He was largely interested In neighbor cities in good graded schools aud even with the patent right can be Cholera return it to the undersigned dec 2S2m M K Posts banking bouse at Cheyenne now is and your money wilr be refunded only five sold for 15 or 20 The attachment CINCINNATI 0III0 FEBRUARY 11 The session 1888 Â¬ Wy which closed its doors last sumMr comprises a small drum which is filled mouths It ought to be ten STOCKTON WILLIS mer Tis in the fuel house with hay staw or Editor agitate this question aug 24 ly SHIPPING CATTLE weeds aud inverted on the fire pot Last Friday Dr A W Johnstone of more importaut than gas artificial or which is located on the stove hearth Good to Extra 4 6o 4 75 Danville performed an ovariotomy on natural fair to 4 35 4 50 and connection is made with the stove Commonjoou Roujrh Mrs B F Holder of Bight Angle A Fbiend to Graded Scuoois The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ c and 3 253 proper by removing the front door A Good to Extra Oxen removeiBg a tumor that weighed 30 4 25 scription of Madison county to Louisville 35 single fire will last nearly two hours Fair to Good Oxen 27 pounds The case though an exceed- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS 3 25 and Nashville Railroad due in February 2 25 April July and October 1SS7 and 188S and gives as good results as wood Common and Rough ingly unfavorable one is doig nicely will be paid on maturity at the Madison Steinway BUTCHER Sons A large quauity of hemp was deliv- Â¬ There will be no trouble lighting fires and hopes are entained of her recovery National Bank Richmond Ky Good to Extra 45 4 25 This is quite likely the first time this ered at NIoholasvllIe last week Price with this system Mr McBride lias Fair to Good Hazleton Bros C D CHENAULTCom 4 00 4 10 ftf recently patented a new stove and it is Extra Fat Steers operation was ever performed in the So 3 601 3S Christie T lias revolutionized the eoumty Winchester Democrat rair 3 w 3 60 Wm ColliuB bought of Jas L LoÂ¬ likely that manufacturing industry Good to uood steers world durlnir thn luat to Extra Cows will be established for ho production ll half ceutury Not least New England 3 601 4 00 Eugene Zimmerman well known in gan 100 acres of the old Billy Ander Â¬ of straw burniug cook and healing Fair to Good Cows nraonir thR vnnrlnrct nf 3 71 35 invent ve procress Is a method and system of and other Pianos son farm lying adjacent to Leesburg Common Cows 2 00 connection with raiload enterprises in 2 25 wore mm can oe periorineu an over tne stoves aud attachments Rough Cows and Oxen I 2C 2 OO conutry without Keparatlnic the workers Kentucky and a former director In at 40 per acre trom thtrlioines Pay liberal nny one can Capt T D Erjgiltsh reports the pub- Â¬ BULLS Cottage Organs do the work either sex young or oW no Chicago the Fidelity Bank or Cincinnati who or near Millers James T Talbotr special Capital notneedet 3 ooj 1 2C you arc ability required was indicted during bis absence in burg had a very fine suckling colt by lic sale of Miss Alma ami WT Itob Best Shipping started free Cut this out and return Best Bologna 2 60 2 it to us aud we will send you free some lung Europe for complicity in the wrong Sultan to die last week He says he iuson in Mercer county Jan 31 large Fair Bolojrna 2 aud Importance to you that PIANOS AND fi 2 co of great value In business aud biddiug spirited Fair to Good Feeders OftGANS F0KKENT will tart you institution has re- Â¬ would not have taken 1000 for him ly alteuded transactions in that tvhlch will brlint 2 35 2 50 you In more money right away than any throughout Tbe rooms of the com- Â¬ Common and Thin 2 oo Friday he appeared before Rent applied as part payment turned 2 25 thlngelse in the world Grand onlflt free Cyuthiana Times modious residence were well furnished Add m True Vo Augusts Maine FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Judge Sage and entering a plea of not Write For Prices and Terms nov 30 lv At Washington O H Ohio John aud everything from garret to cellar Good Extra Steers guilty was released on bond in the 3 75 4 00 race horse Lookout fell was sold without reserve Thompsons LUKE U MILWARD Carpets Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 50 sum of 20000 Rewarded are those who read 2 50 on Ice and died of lockjaw She was were told upon the floor and brought Good to Extra Heifers 8 and to W Main St Lexington Ky this aud then aut they will 3 00 ftiid honorable employment The Supreme Court of Wisconsin valued at 1600 and entered for Chi from 20 to 35 per room mirrors Common and Thin Stackers 2 oo 2 50 June 22 tf that will nnttuhf fm COWS AND CALVES has decided that women can legally cago aud Latonla races next fall their homes and families Tbq tiim are profits from 52 50 to 26 Beatty phuio 245 Best niBdeandnre nowr inking -several hnnderd Grades vote in that State only on questions 40 00845 ntnntli ai Iu vnvy lur any one 10 r rfilllun iKFtjii 19 the 10 Sl1 23 oo35 J E Lynn bought of Thomas E In a word sold large amount of house rair 10 uoou per day who relating to public schools Jake 6 and upward ex yone or Is wlll- - DISSOLUTION NOTICE Under well Pork brought common hold goods miner old canl 15 00 Wood 23 head of picked calves that he 25 00 ingiouorK uu not needed we atari you Everything an act of the Legislature of 1885 Mrs Best Veal Calves 6 00 0 50 new No Fpettal ability required neigh- Â¬ from 8 to 14 cents lard about 121 to 14 you Brown Willis ef Racine had bought In the Hustonville o uoon 01mpia rair 4 501 5 So reader can do It as well as any one Write The partnership heretofore existing SIC per head They weigh- Â¬ cents 20 bushels of red clover seed So common ana neavy to us particularr s 51 claimed the right of general suffrage borhood at 3 00 mad at ouce for full StlDsqn fc Vo which we between Green Faris lias been illseolv free Address Portland ed 470 pounds and are number one and upwards per bushel corn iu crib ed by mutual consent Mr R F Faris SPRING LAMBS Maine aud on being refused sued the election uovaoiy S350 to 362J per barrel sheaf oat H J Good Extra Heavy having Hold his Interest to W K stock 6 oo 6 officers recovering damages in 6000 was estimated that ner All parties indebted to said Sea Wonders exist In thousands of Denny uuicner 5 259 5 Day About 160 tbe hundred It from 80c to SI per ixooa Butchers Supreme Court reversed this decis- Â¬ The form but are surpassed iy the tirra will ileuee come forward aud Stanford Court bay brought Fair 4 75 5 marvels of Invention Those who make payment ion holding that the act In question cattle on the market with very few cwt eight brood sows without further delay are iu nAI Af timrltjtrilA k 1260 to S20 Common and Tail Ends 3 oo 4 an It in important the business should can be done while living at home restricted rather than extended the sold Work cattle brought from 60 per bead work horse S7I to 130 one HOGS once send iheir address to LU licit 4tthould at be wound up as fwedIy as Oo Port possible to 110 per pair scrub yearlings sold at yearling Ally S100 weanling horse Select Butcher land Maine and reeelve free full mforma right of suffrage 5 Urn bow either stx of all ne can earn Either party Is nuthorlzed to collect 12 to 10 per head Fair to Good Packers few aged colt 50 about 80 atrial mule colt A 5 40 5 irom to pei day and upward wherever the debts due them Last Monday Mrs Phillip Skene of they jo l looai e started free CartUl not Good to Extra Lights live 5 8Qto100 5 35 8 T Grbkn required Hume have cade over ISO iu 58280 per head 17 short this oity was dlvoreed oa he plea that muleoIdat oo i ignt rigs 5 5 RF Fahib 3020 per bend 4 Kough and bealtwags The Stanford Journal says A good steers light welsh fiber ntMbamJ wm in the penitentiary UOV 30 If 3 50 4 Jrb M 1588 ftf and plenty of every thing in my line This house is We are confident of a just verdict mm Mm WHITE GOODS sncHjASQj Â¬ INDIA LINENS in plain striped Strictly CASH Basis checks and plaids The hest goods are MULLS in stripes checks and plaids kept and sold on very SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and close margin for cash TniS -- stripes Â¬ Absolutely Pure- A IAL EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss and Mull LACES in Torchon ediAa5JBlatt and Seville WBWHITE CLOTHING Remnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will he sold BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings Â¬ IAFXIffS and TABLE 1A3KNS Â¬ Indianapolis OHIOAG O SPUD gH TRUffiKS ITiLIaXSKS We want to make this the Greatest White Goods Sale ever known Prices that speak for themselves Come and look at them Now is the time for large assortment of White Goods and Low Prices at Â¬ Cincinnati St Louis J STUEWGS Mammoth Iionisville Store Â¬ T Peoria i THE CORNER SADDLERY Courier-- JEOtt OASE as a Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ivy corner of W WHITE AKTEKj There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the house They haye the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as 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 iu 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 horse blankets horse boots toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges A lull line of collars Iiames trace chains back bands hame strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Â¬ 2i ioi III2C c ms TUREHEtf CAN FIND AEY THING IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a welt appointed saddlery and harness house JpafRemember the place Ilemdons Corner Main and Second Streets janxi iy W C GORMLEY CO QUEEET AND CEESCEUT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIREGr AND FAVORIB UlNE TO Mill Bowls Pianos and Organs Cattle New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Lt Prieipal Points THE SOUTHER Sol East -- li MM COAST- - ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC tho Important Citlesol Moriiins and Night without Only Line SllfiPini NVat aPA TnlasSffiJSSJ eMuse51 TO M SWU rISiJbire B aKaosyi two kinds of Sleepteg Car is eholcor Nearly All the Leading Railroads nt wStwrwdBlcir Travel I yaad Bssered a Wrtx lrtty S P ed with Lte 73 Â¬ via- - Queen im innffrrr and Crescent SSjSSSS Urt two-jear-- JOrMr y UAjKIIVllll wWiiUMwt woasx fiai4wLIPBerAt er Aent I e fefewJnlH3HaMaaaaMaBaaaKa Vp- - - HE - CLIMAX - iRenoaiaated MJ Serge O Watt formerly this County WBB notnltinfprl In i KeVi Green hi- 1 5isy Smith WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 iSSS 88 TiL 1 s t Hs91lttUH tuuirtUHaoa 4 ilueit j dTI14 ciiiiuunu MU fill M u sskjiL-- -- 41 nht ViWOMi oCmiw Lf JT Mr Robt McCreary culcrtaUled ihe members of the Greek Letter fraterni- Â¬ nhsa uutrnwasaii MjMStn ty Delta Knppa EpsIIom on Saturday - pis as night at the home of his parents ou 5WJ 12 J Minis 7 West Main street HttM14UW A most deliglful uiiuicnun Ill S a 543 26 evening was enjoyed by the members JnC T 12 t a 4 1 ij 1 of the fraternity An elegant diuner 71 10 11 TS II H I TOU IZ IIHttU was lerved in courses after which glee sougs were sung by some of Ihe mem Â¬ bers which were greatly appreciated The following gentlemen Were present Tire gas Trill be better when tbe pur- - Messrs D M Sweets R O Wallace A W Logan A E Spencer fifier comes It E uougias J F Vau Lear J Tyler T G Foruian Son have a word to Van Lear A L Irvine Jas Henrv wy to you ek ewhere in this Iisue W Clellaud IprS 1 SI rS3SSS3 a 11 imttUUHI7 U 3011 H 8 is ditrii Ml 11 M K Parish convention at Alexandria Lou- wiana tor tjierk of the District Court This it his third term He has held the office for eight years and will con- Â¬ tinue for four more years Maj Watts made a strong speech of acceptance as we see from tbe Alexandria Drinrt He will not be a candidate for after this term but we should like to see him in the Legislature or In Congress DK ubiiiJ E t II 7 14 a 1m E passsai jho n I III ixiiniii me m 0 UHII a Car The unfortunate the subject of tbe subjoined paragraph from the Kan The heavy sleet ou last Saturday and sas City Star of the 3rd is he who Death of a Remarkable Colored Map sundBy was very destructive to shrub- - until recently resided in Richmond Albert Mackey died at hit home 011 try trees and telegraph wires Early on the morning of January Second street in Richmond on Wed31st W J Queen au employe of W nesday morning February 8th aged Mr Trampton ofHt Louis purchas B Grimes Co was proceeding on 76 years His death was sudden and ed of Mr J B Cliennult his stylish horseback to his place of work There unexpected He was born in Lincoln team of wrrel geldings for 500 on last waa a dense fog and Mr Queen could county and was brought to Madison week not distinguish objects six feet away county when twelve years old by a R P Fox Jr has sold to Sam Without warning of Ihe bell a cable man named Duff Two years later irookn of Scott county a pair of car suddenly appeared and collided Albert was sold to a maiden lady auto for 2fi0 and to J U Chenault with his horse which fell upon him named Jane Mackey who lived on seriously injuring his back aud cutting the farm now owned by Senator Har- Â¬ tuo mules for 370 a deep gash in the back of his head ris Subsequently Mi s Mackey reTJrand Master A J Reed went to Mr Queen managed to return home moved to Richmond She was kind to exingtou Tuesday of Inst week and and the car proceeded He only re Albert and allowed him his own time rganized a German lodge of Odd Fel- - covered to day sufficiently to acquaint at 100 per year which Albert paid Sows A banquet followed tue Star with the cause of his inju- - and had money lelt After several years Miss Mackey decided to move Mrs Amanda T Million County ries to Iowa and Albert proposed to buy school Commissioner will tro to himself The price was left to him Xatnral Gas in Kentucky rnkfort to morrow te read a paper efjre the State educational conven- Pror Proctor iu his Report ou lie and lie paid his mistress 800 which Progress of the Geological 8urvey of was about all he had She returned iou 100 to him Mjing he could have that Keutucky says of natural gas Hiw would the vaoant corner on The recent discoveries of this cheap tor a new beginning in the world m I street opposite Col T S and valuable heat and light producer Albert then married Margaret Embry Iiberleyi do for the new hotel It iu adjoining States have led to hopes a hlave aud they raised a considerable only tuo ami a half squares from of finding valuable stores by boring family The Einbrys wished to re- Â¬ he Court house into the rocks of this State These move to Missouri aud Albert bought his wife and children paj ing therefor Thk UMAX has au elaborate sign efforts have been measurably success4500 His friends Joel Walker Hud ful aud at the same time have leen the lover its si reel door It was painted bv Joe Turner two prominent citizens Mr AlbertZHrt wiio can make a sisrn cause of greatly increasing the knowl edge of the rock formation beneath the went his securiiy for a considerable I Uhi yet attractive that a blind surface of the State Enough has been balance which was duly paid After a unu cant help reading it learned to establish the fact that there time Margaret died Albert married Mr R P Fix soW to Mr Mills of are reliable gas horizons in the State again his last wife being also a slave SCunsan City Mo a good and at the same time to enable the He bought her at the price of 800 Sack S750 ou Monday Mr Thos Survey to advise against the putting Notwithstanding this payment from taMwin wdd last week to U P Coop- - dowu of wells in unpromising locali- time to time at 5000 with much tr Ricuwood III a jaek for 900 ties The results of all the borings interest aud raising a good sized made in the State are being collected family Albert accumulated considerallin V T Tevis purchased of W by tbe 8urvey and It is hoped to have ble property having at oue time from Crutcher agent fur Evan Hains 15000 worth He was enough data collected to justify the 10000 to the unitnpruved tract of laud of ISC early publication of a report 011 this wholly uneducated but possessed a acres situated cm Silver Creek at 3750 subject giving map the State on good judgment aud unbounded energy tr cre Total amount of sale S6975 which will be a located ofthe principal He always cousldred his judgment bet- Â¬ Lee aud Jloh Richardson charged anticlinations and lines of disturbances ter than other peoples so in hia older dajs when his ideas failed Inra he lost KM stealing a bee hive filled with money and died comparatively poor Temperance and honey from Mr W H Sale Hon Lou G Beauchamp has been but left a good name aetr L nion City on last week were Albert was a barber and kept a hVc barged at their final trial ou Fri lecturing nightly at the Court house since Tuesday of last week ou tem- Â¬ restatiraut and many a mau uow up day perance Crowded houses have greet- Â¬ in tbe sixties can recall the buying or If the City Cminoll ulll have the ed him every night and seats are very cakes and candies from him half a His iiainted for the s4reet corners hard to obtain Numbers of men century ago Albert was also a painter it t ttablUh numbers fur the houses stand In the aisles to hear him Hon and was oue of tiie men who put the jf every street the ooeupants as a Beauchamp is a good talker aud gets first coal or paint on the Richmond ru- - will have the nuin bers put on the JUt of a joke in hisinimltable way Court house He painted the words their houses aud keeps his audience roaring with Madison House on the West end or laughter His dialects are good es- Â¬ The Climax office fifty years ago The Horine lot lying between AV pecially that of the negro Many are the house then being a hotel and those IB Smith and Madison Female Insti the incidents in his own life and the words though dim with age were tute 115x261 feet uhs purchased by V painted out last June when The JJ Sini h esterdy fur 620 The old life of others that he tells with great pathos frequently causing ids hearers ClIHAX sign was painted iUrrell Million place nine mils from Albert Mackey was a good citizen weep At ltast 300 persons have tltichmoiid of 108J acies uas sold to Dr to signed the pledge All of his follow- Â¬ aud his life should be a model for the T Hood lor 1800 He wa the ers wear blue ribbons pinned on so rising colored population as to let tiie people know they have father of Joe Mackey the well known Rchmoud promises to be unusually barber say next week Ou Tuesday night taken a stand on the side of temper- Â¬ ance To those who are interested in Harried Sle much talked of Leap Year fancy temperance and to those who are foil d dress party oa Wednesday evening On Wednesday February the 8th Washingtons birth day the celebra of a good lecture we advise them to about seventy five friends aud rela tion of the Literary Societies at Cen go hear him if they have not done so lives assembled iu the large double Hon Beauchamp will con- Â¬ parlors at Raven wood the beautiful tral University A Leap Year party already tinue the meetings at the Court house couutry home or Mr and Mrs Robt and Friday evening the Cinderella until Friday night Miller to witness the marriage cere- Â¬ Uerman Club eutertaius mony of their daughter Miss Harrie Yesterday was St Valentines day J Millerto Mr James Simpson Winn Wont They Freeze to Death 4iud a lew if any real love letters paes- or Winchester Never did the old The departure from this county ed through the mails as of yore to country home look more brilliant or maidens from love sick swains But two weeks ago of a newly married elegant than on last Wednesday it would almost be impossible to num couple for Great Falls Montana morning The broad quaint fashioned tier the absurd caricatures sent through their future home and the emigration door fucings of dazzling white were the mails some just for fun others of several families from an adjoining traced with dark green branches of maliciously and some for pure un county to North Dakota about the holly The mantels were draped with adulterated cussedness and meanness same time lias caused numerous ques Ivy aud banked with holly leaves aud tions to be asked concerning the liabilberries Over each window and door ity of being frozen to death The fact Medical Society in the house a line of lighted colored A number of physlolaus met in tbe that a blizzard caught a hundred or caudles shown brightly In the front loffice of Drs Britrht Povntz on more people from home and froze tbe parlor a large colored swinging lamp life nut of them somewhere in that Mast Saturday aud organized a Medi threw a soft red glow over theeceue al Society meeting will indefinite country the North west while the back parlor was lighted A second about the time the pnrties above men It held at same place to morrow by an exquisite glass chandelier filled plight at 7 oclock All physicians in tioned left here gave rise to the ques- Â¬ with numbers of colored caudles Railroad companies Iu the tions the county invited twenty minutes past 11 oclock West and South west desiring to keep At Prof R T Irviue or Richmond all the emigration possible out of the Richmond Got It and Mr John Stuart or Frauk- The Pineyille Messenger Bays there North west have greatly magnified fort Mr John McClintock and Dr ravages of thn blizzard placing twereeeveu bids for its tall and court- - the Stapieton of Winchester walked in the loss at a thousand or two thousand rorming au aisle 9Ue Eason Wieirlns Brawner with white satin actual loss was but tlightly lj1 of RIchmoud beitig the lowest when the ribbon followed by Rev Russell Cecil he work was awarded them at 4364 over a hundred Tlie loss was mainly who faced about aud married the Cor tbe former aud 17887 for the latter iu South Dakota Out of the 124 couple underneath the arch of the I lie amount appropriated lor the two deaths only seven occurred iu North folding doors Never did the bride Dakota It is a singular fact that the look more beautiful Is 25000 wed- Â¬ ou climate in Manitoba and Assiutboia ding morn enveloped than a her iu white faille Wait for tie LS By just over tbe line in the British posses fraucais silk which fell away into rich Last week we announced the Inten- - sions and In northern parts of Min tion of Mr James Dav4s and family to nesota Dakota and Montana is much eott folds making a ioug train over which floated the bridal vail The West tbe week before of Mr milder than iu the southern parts ot groom and his gentleman attendants Javid Noble and family and the week Minnesota Dakota and Montana wore the conventional evening dress efore that of Mr Dillard Cox aud A Pacific ocean current crosses from fhmily Every few days some family Japan and strikes the American shore Mr and Mrs Robt Miller were as sisted in receiving by their daughters Jeaves the county Tbe Louisville sweeping the coast of Alaska British Miss Sallie Miller white velvet en Southern Will change the programme Columbia Washington Territory Pattie Miller green and Oregon c The exceedingly mild traitie Misslace draperies gold Miss red surah Suit for Damages climate of Wasbiucton Territory has The guardian of Miss Cynthia long been a source of remark as that Bessie Miller white surah and lace and Miss Lucy Miller pink crepe de rabree of Bourbon county has sued Territory Is as far North as Montana chine olive trimmings Miss Mary Mr Charles Hlcpim nt pri rir Dakota aud Minnesota The warm 30000 for toying with the affections atmosphere from the Japanese cur- Forman blue faille en train with of Miss Embree Mr Himtius hi a rent passes over British Columbia aud front of pink and blue ribbons dia- Â¬ student at Cornell TJnlvfindtv i through a low part of the Rocky monds Miss Nettie Stockton pettiabout 10 years old and wealthy Miss Mountains and causes what Is called coat of blue brocade with waist aud uibree is about 20 and several years the chiuook wiuds that make the court train of amber plush ambr moonstones Au elegant breakago weot to school in Jtkhmclimate of the northern parts of Mon and was served nd fast on tables In tana Dakota Minnesota and the Jew Lodge of Good Templars provinces of Aeslnibola aud Mauitoba theceutreofthediningroom was a table At the Court bouse on Mondav country imme- Â¬ tilled withjornameutal cakes and fruits to be more mild iiht after the lecture by Hon L J diately South orthan tbe or them The a large silver epergue filled with flow Â¬ North ers The tail candelbras which lighted aucbamp of Ohio a lodge of Iode- - Inter Ocean published at Devils Lake eudent Order of Good Templars was Dakota which is on an East and the table were entwined with similax organized L E Franda finh f Tm J West line with Great Falls Montana and the whole was exceedingly effecÂ¬ tive The bridal presents were numer- Â¬ Piar Mrs Ellen Gibson Vice Tem Â¬ says in it last issue that while tbe plar Rev Dr Henderson Chanlain ous and elegant The couple left ou thermometer was 42 degrees below tbe 2 J- - Newlon oclock train accompanied by a Secretary MrsB zero at St Paul in southern Minnesota number of friends as ftr as Winchester iagermau Assistant Secretary Mrs and 45 at Bismark South Dakota I Peyton Financial Seeretarv that it was only 22 below at Devils Mr and Mrs Winu will vlIt Mem Â¬ Mrs J B Willis Treasurer C n Lake in North Dakota aud 28 at phis aud New Orleans aad other points of Wallace Marshal Miss Carrie Ander Great Falls in northern Montana A Winchester Interest aud return to Uie on Deputy Marshal Miss Lniv gentleman here last week who had be present atabout wedding 22ih to the of the IVhlte Guard James C Douglas come over the St Paul Minneapolis grooms sister The bride is a daugh- Â¬ enUnel Miss Sudie Raseell Right ter or oue ot Madisons oldest and most and Manitoba Railway from Fort Influential families supporter C P WHIiamsaa Past Bestou during January says highly accom Â¬ the cold plished Jdef Templar p jr Pope A D was much greater and far more disas- - groom and very handsome Tiie is a prominent uusiuets man iora and A D Sniltb Trustees B mm sn mliM south of his line of Of Winchester and Is very successful cLBgerman Jxxlee DeDUtv on last Wedoesday Keven- - traveirom Fort Benton Montana to as proven y five or eighty members w good i Crookstpu Minnesota than on that The follow u Ishes of a host or friends wljt the couple throughout lifes lied r line voyage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Miss Nannie Hacotort nmned a rivate school with twenty two pupils Foa Second street Monday a and Prof R T Irvine m Ron Over by Fp aking tti lire hrenblithft of fieV OttHsn Clay Smith in that city the Glasgow Times says No living mau bears the same unique relation to history aMr Smith A brilliant man of the world a prominent lawyer a uccessful politician n gallant sol- Â¬ dier a man who Tailed of the Presi dency by a bare half vote with a career stretching from the Gubernato Â¬ rial mansion of Montana to the Con Â¬ gressional halls or Washington lis quietly exchanged every prospect of political Of legal advancement for the grinding cares and trials of his sacred calling As a minister Mr Smith has met with phenomenal success With a commanding strength of expression he combines originality or Idea elo- Â¬ quence of thoughf and an engag Â¬ ing frankness of diction He can soar 011 the wings or el queuce or descend to thu level of his humbhst hearer With n mind naturally iorty he never rises above his congregation In the dignified routine or church councils he is a guiding spirit iu the excitement or theological debate he is at home At the ftast or the funeral the wedding or the death bed he is the same quiet lovable tinostentatlods christian gentleman and valiant Sol Â¬ dier or the Cross He Is a good man and a great preacher Â¬ Jrora Texai VW Watts returned from Mr Texas last week after a sojourn on his Brazos River plantation of several weeks He sold his cotton for nine cents or about 24000and Is preparing ror an Â¬ other large crop He says every thing imlnts to a prosperous year for Texas He expects cattle to be profitable aud a full tide of emigration to tend toward the Lone Star State PERSONAL Mr J B Texas White has returned from Well may you have cause to be proud ot so flFomlsffig a 2itrig rnan aPd fubh an able expounder of the gospel having gone out from your school Wehave employed to preach this year Everybody is carried away wiih his preaching All denominations flock toheai him having called forth the ljrget crowds of any preacher we have had since the organization of the county The house was crowded all the time during Ihe entire wek of hi pfeaching here and the greatest interest was mani Â¬ fested by all Brents Benjamin Knox county Texas Â¬ JJ Mr B H Sale or Estill Springs was here lat week Mr D B Shackelford left last week for a ten days trip to the mountains F0XT0WN Miis Belle Bennett is hut slowly improving Â¬ thought to he con- Â¬ Dr Letcher df jJanville was the guest of litS cousin Mr W It Letcher siderably injured on last Sunday There is a idee title in the river but Mr James Crawford ofMt Sterling few boats and rafts have passed was here last week stirring the boys up on Mat Dozler has bought and moved the life insurance business to the place formerly owned and occu- Â¬ Mr S H Gormley of New York pied by Jas Evans visited his brother Mr W C Gormley There Is more sickness reported in this place last weekt this vicinity than was ever kdown at Mr and Mrs W D Oldham returned any one time before Friday from Mt Sterlingwhere they have Misses Lou and Emma Burgiu who been visiting relatives the past week visited relatives here have returned to Messrs S D Parrish and J C Lyter their home at Versailles of this place and J C Parrish of Hunts Three dollars per barrel is being paid Clark county left Mondar for Pineville for corn and scarce at that with In- Â¬ Mrs W Y Sheppard and her daugh- Â¬ dications good for a rise before spring ters Misses Mary and Mattie returned A large bald eagle has been seen from a visit to Richmond Va on last near here by various parties and at Thursday times and places Look out you Iamb Misses Rella Harberand Bessie Ray men burn returned from an extended visit to Miss Bettle Gibson of Fayette cotln Kansas City and points in Missouri last tyi who has been tmite sick at this place has sufficiently recovered to re- Â¬ Wednesdayi MUs Katherine Phelps who has been turn holile sick for some weeks is improving and Some of our kuowing observers her friends will soon have the pleas- Â¬ with an eye to the future call the un ure of seeing her out again usual quantity of sleet Into question Dr John D Gilbert of Clark county and predict a beautiful crop year was in Richmond last week looking fat If we may judge from the monotoand tine Like all others who hare ever nous cry for tobacco seed there will be lived in Madison he takes The Climax an uncommonly large crop for this Mr Lacey Bright left Tuesday for section Prof Gordons private school four and a Deputy Sheriff Blggerstafl paid this half miles from Lexington on the Nicho vicinity a visit last week aud was rath- Â¬ steps of time lasville turnpike Mr Percy Creek is er loquacious than otherwise when the When thy weary ooul wilt wander free And safe within the golden gate subject turued to money attending the same school Is Â¬ The wheat crop We only know that God lias Issued the eternal decree Dust thoa art and unto dilst limit phalt return We only know that when tiie fSiSfs of eirth rhH have melted awajjberore the glorious light or Gods immediate presence that many or lifes mysterlp will then be revealed While we know the Irrevocable doom has passed upon us we know that Christianity can rob it of its sting and oh how valuable beyoud alt bomhtitalitih is that religion which permits the father and mother to lift the veil or the tomb and look into tiie great Beyond and behold their child happy amoug the d seraphs that surround the throne or God Btt oh the desolation caused in the home circle by the transplant Â¬ ing of this pure meek spirit Into the gardens of immortality there to bloom in celestial beauty never again to be chilled by the wlhtia df earths bleak shores Yet it fills the soul with un Â¬ speakable agony that wo have gazed on her dear face for the Inst time 110 more to hear the silvery cadences of her sweet voice never to be witli her this side or the blesed homes or the the pure aud good She has left us yet she will live in the sorrowing hearts or those who loved her She thought so much of her papa aud mamma and brothers and friends The two brothers will missher companion Â¬ ship and many limes long for the sister The father of whom she was ever thoughtful and considerate will long for the touch of a vanished hand and the sound of a voice that is still But oh the bitter anguish or that mothers heart who in the quiet of her home will unconsciously listen for thesouud of her darlings footsteps Annie Neale will be missed by ail her relatives atid friends Calm and paiefully she has passed attay in lifes morning giving back the spirit unscathed to its Maker Years will roll silently on seasons will come and go yet the influence of her gentle spir-Â¬ it hover around us everadmonishiug it to be always ready for in such an hour as ye think not the final sum- Â¬ mons cometb We weep but not as those who sorrow without hope for Annie has gone to a better world Then dear mother look up beyond the white-wing-ge- Beware cf Ornttncnt Contain Utflfji for Catarru ifiat As Mercury will surely destroy tne sensa of smell aud completely derange the whole eastern when entering it through the mucous ftfisces Such artioles should never be u ed except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as lie damage they will do are ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally atid sets directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thenystera In buying HmIIs Catarrh Cure be suro that you get the genuine it is taken internally and made iu Co Tiitetlo Ohio by F J Cheney gSold by J J Brooks price 75c per bottle febldlm ELgi Witfefcss GT2zg The Main St Jeweler ls Me place to go if vou want anything h Traill dispatcher Matt Woodsou tells Us that 48 trains moved on the Knoxville division of the L N Saturday the greatest number In its history Coal lumber aud stock were the principal articles or freight Stan- Â¬ ford Dianxxftfaf Wtehe8 Clocks JwelryT Fine Gnld UemkNl Silk UMbielliw GoW Headed Cane Fine linxors Fine Pocket Knirer Journal Domestic Sciyinsj Machines AND ALL KINDS OF Orders lelt with Covington Arnold Bro or at Madison National Bank for coal will receive prompt attention 4t Coal KlkVatoh A Lumber Co who killed John A Breathitt Jrgraudson of Gov Breath- Â¬ itt at Hopkinsville several years ago is dying in Mexico where he is Superintendent of the sulphur mines His parents live at Hopkinsville Wilier Wilson Â¬ SEWING MACHINE NEEDLKS bric YOUR- m - Old Gold j Taken And it is thought that a large majori- Â¬ ty will be iu favor ol trading at Whites Prescription DrugStoreon Second strtet jun18 tf near the Garnett House A Vote to be m vV if it y imggpr 1 and SILVER and get new soods for H ik ui uie Trace chains W C Gormley Co Gov Buckner has reluspil to rend troops to Piko county to suppress Ihe Hatfied McCoy feud Torn Hall of Wolf county was fined and forever disfranchised by the Circuit Court at its recent seion for selling ids vote at the November elec tion in 1886 50 J Hi A qualities 0 Higrg in Oil UPPER I GROCERY MIH STR EET New and freeh goods throughout embracing the best brands and fr Â¬ Â¬ amusing to notice the unnatural conduct of a certain young farmer In these parts trying to assume au nir of indifference and 1 didnt wauter no way expression wheii his girl has married out West The uninsured residence of Cy Weddle at Clays Ferryburned last week with all its content- - except tbe Mrs E Forman is expected home to- clock Too much cau not be said or day with her party from sight seeing in the rare presence or mind or that son Washington City Baltimore Mt Vernon of Erin who rescued this precious and Old Point Comfort The following heirloom for tis important to know ladies comprised the party Mrs Sallie the exact hour iu which so notorious a F Miller Misses Carry Barbour Lauraine landmark passed away Shackelford Annie Urmston Lizzie Jett COLLEGE HILL Phoebe Forman Agnes Chenault Sallie Dudley Maggie Chenault Mr C M Wood has sold his farm to Nelson Curtis aud will emigrate westward iu the t pring MATRIMONIAL Â¬ Prof H L Wallace of Madison coun tv has taken charge of Locutt Grove Academy at Levee The continued ill- Â¬ ness of Irof O Kidd rendered the intro- Â¬ duction of a new principal necessary Mr Wallace is a graduate of Central University and comes highly recom- Â¬ mended both as a man and teacher Mt Sterling Gazette It is thoroughly AnnloNenle will welcome thee PaijjtLick Ky S AK Orders left with Covington Arnold Bro or at Madison National Bank for coal will receive prompt attention 4t Coal Elevator Lumukk Co STAPLE TQZB FAICY GROCERIES CO OS OIG jr c Queciisware Glassware Woodemvrc -- 1 At the Presbyterian church on Wed Â¬ nesday evening at 730 oclock by Rev A S Moffett of Stanford Wm Berkele to Miss Katie Wherritt The happy couple started at once on a tour to Mobile New Orleans and other points in the south The marriage had not been an- Â¬ nounced to the public generally and was rather a surprise to the masses They are both well connected and we predict for them a long happy life and tender our best wishes Lancaster News The bride and groom are both well known here Miss Wherritt is a niece of Miss Lizzie Wherritt of this place and has often visited Richmond Mr Berkele is a son of Hon William Berkele and made thi his home during the time he was in the Revenue office Mr J C Owen moved to Clark last week mid will establash himself iu the neighborhood or Piuchem Mr Robert Engle has moved to our village aud occupies the house belong Â¬ ing to Rev P F Adams Mr S J Hisle has rented the farm of Mrs Lucy Noland and Mr Simon Demaree aud wife have set up housekeeping iu the house that he vacated Mr W W Combs died at his home near this place nt 10 oclock ou the night or the 16th Mr Combs death will be a sense of grief to all who knew him for although he was one of the oldest and best known citizens iu this part of the county it is said really that not a single enemy could be numbered among all of his acquaint- Â¬ ances He wai sixty eight years of age and had spent almost fifty years in the service of Christ Was devoted to his charcli but was never sectarlau In his religious connections aud wilU be missed as much by the churches at College Hill as by the people or his own church at Fist woods Miss Lucy Davis Alexander grand l Road Horses Trotters and Runners niece of Jefferson Divis anil Mr W shod in any manner desired were married at Paris on A Anderson I have an extra lot of last Thursday second growth timber for repairing al c kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ Co Plow gear W C Gormley ery a siecialty All work guaranteed Shop back of Brookss drug store Do you want pure drugs and the best auglO 1 y 8febly S L M1DKIFF You brands of tobaccos and cigars A muic dealer says that the violin can find them at I J Brooks W S An Excellent Eoate 9 S fi S June2J tf has not improved any since 1720 The TourUtu Dusiuesa men settlers nt others same may be said of the violin player rfewriiw to reacii r ptetr in CVutrnl or North-Â¬ Who ever heard a blind man swear ern Voiitoiu Dakota Minnesota or IMigetwho lives next door Norristown Soumt and raeiSc Coast poiuts buoaM investjAniiisou Ala Hot Blist Herald ofcred tb rate ami wlvauti Sate regarding A rale trom Cukuro or stPnl to route Pusrt Sound or iJc Coast jint3 SCOO lower trifle with any Throat or than via anjr otbir line J guaranteed Accoin WkielBurley Tobacco ttons XJVJW v Lung Disease If you have tnodan a STtPAUL fl ea A seed pure and genuine at Wiiitrs a Cough or Cold or the children are first E2 As Minneapolis Helen tBjg g 5s Greal ts Drug Store Second St near Garnett threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough use Ackers English Remedy and prevent rorBWS House 8feWt J-- DAlVtlAX iJWJIoU- - The public arc in lted to tali on hk for further trouble It is a positive cure tonBfa Fort tana and we guarantee it Price 10 and 60c Biionl Watertown Aberfern Zlledale ot the and Bottiseaa Itota are A Kw Wanted Prescription prmei pal poin ts leached via reent extension ofby W G While Sold this roodTT For maps or otheriafonnationad- t Place as house girl or nurse Good Druggist 4aA r VV WC1 KAMI HTB f 11 Ifimr u fVvnw1 Iaeuiiin AMlt 1 St Paul Minn or II E TupperDvt l asseoger f references Inquire of Mrs David Agent 23J South Clark St Chicago Powers at cemetery Bend lor new map 01 r ortuwesu It Seeing a Dollar which I am now selling at very low prices People have been known lo talk a long Some men can see a dollar to make room for m immense against gambling all their lives on way oil but every body can save a Or every possible occasion and then alter dollar by Hiding at Whites Prescrip all go and get married bomervillo tion Drugstore on Second street near OF CINCINNATI Journal Jan 18 tf the Garnett House Jiorses Shod AHS 4 Ni Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tuhs I I 0 Tfvv wBen A - V ois ai siioes mm m Trace chains V C Gormley Co Iv LcAY Soother at hand It is the only safe medicine yet made that will remove all infantile disorders It contains no Opium or Morphine but gives the child vatural ue from pain Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription 4ruggijt always havo pretenses A m aua Can not obtain credit is low down when he money under false New Orleans Picayune J S rJNV I THE SPECIALIST u N ilf U rooK CoIlirss Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ ture Lace Curtains Window Similes c janl8 3m Carpets ACU 1 which I will have on in about thirty days I carry the following celebrated custom Throat and Lung made brand which arc guaranteed A Sections Catarrh RELIGIOUS To day is the first day of Lent The Moody meetings closed in ville on Sunday night 1 Louis- Â¬ believe in one God and no more and I hope for happiness beyond this life I believe in the equality of man and I believe in religious duties consisting in doing justice loving mercy and endeavor- Â¬ ing to make our fellow creatures happy DIED Wallace Combs died at his homo in College Hill January 7th 18S8 in his sixtieth year J S Collins Co Blind bridles W C Gormley Will sell you your carpets at a bottom figure He Sews and Lays them for Carpets exclusively you and thus rids you or the trouble You will find the biggest stock the Send for Circulars Testimonials etc iu Matching them Call and see Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles J - J100UE JI D address him janl8 3m P O Box 971 Cincinnati O and tbe Lowest prices at J S Colli nss junl8 3m Â¬ An anti rat restaurant has beeu open ed in London Anti fat boarding Dr J SI Dilton and Slks Julia houses have long been known in this Cecil were married iu Mercer county country Lowell Courier last week Plow gear W C Gormley Co 11m and all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach N Oloys Ladies A Childrens Liver Kklney and Blood Diseases f Zie5rer Dros Ladies k Genls Women Nervous and Spinal Afiectioos will return to General Debility etc Drew Kelby A Cos Ladies RicumeBil about April 1st and remain oae First day of visit will be devoted week to treating Piles Cancers and Tumors N Host fc Bros Gentlemen J -- ifi II B Aitthonies Childrens Edwin Allen Ciapps GenUeeis FJaggs Heavy Goods L B WALLACE CaM and I cm show better than I can tell you that I am seUmg CHEAP Respectfully C C WALLACE I Â¬ Where are you going to buy your railroad Revs Evans and Hopper assisting Rev drugs and books this year I invite Whites Mis Elizabeth Bionston a sister or L D Boggs at Catlettsburg closed the already your trade meeting on Tuesday night The result Mr T S Bmnston died hi Lexington Gamelt W G White on Friday February 10 1888 and was was between 130 and 140 confessions Druggist Second slrtet near Garnett buried in the Richmond cemetery on Over 100 joined the presbyterian church Blind House jan18 If Monday afternoon The others joined sister churches Matilda Clark wife of John Chirk died at her home on Silver Creek Saturday Feoruary 11th lbS iu the xeventy dxth yearofher age Her remains were interred in the cemetery at this place on Monday Katie Burgin died at the home o her parents Esorn and Mary Burgin Elder J J Haley who has for the past near Foxtown on Thursday February two years had the pastorate care of the 0th 18S8 in her loth year Tbe funeral Christian church at this place last Sun- Â¬ services were held at the Christian day morning asked to be and was released church Saturday morning at 11 oclock from his yearly engagement to take Thence her burial in the Richmond effect March 1st Elder Haley has ac- Â¬ cemetery cepted a position on the editorial staff of Mrs Mary M Wright wife of Prof the Christian Evangelist of St Louis Mo and with his family will go to that W E C Wright of Berea College died February 4th at her former home city to reside Midway Clipper Oberlln O She was in her 37th Elder R A Hopper has accepted a iu year anil had beeu very efficient as a call to devote half his time to work for Â¬ the General Missionary Board of the teacher in Greenville Ky and afterward at Oberlln but her health failed Christian church Elder Jessa Walden of Lancaster closed a series of meetings so soon after coming to Berea last July at the Christian church at Campbellsville that her influence had scarcely begun to be felt when she went North to die Sunday night week with seven additions among her kindred He was assisted most of the time by Eld- Â¬ er A C Hopkins The debt incurred by Miss Bridget Grady died at the the congretion in erecting their house of home of her mother near Kirksville on worship was paid off Lebanon Stan- Friday night February 10th 1888 or dard consumption Her remains were Rev Boen is a son of J M Boen of buried in tbe Lexington cemetry on Kingston and was a student at Central Sunday morning Whithiu a mouth University in 1884 The Apostolic twice h8 death visited the household or Mrs Grady On January 18th her Guide has the following daughter Maggie aged twenty years Dear Bro McGarvey died or tbe same dread destroyer con- Â¬ As the Guide is not very expensively sumption circulated in this county and inferring therefrom that you seldom if ever hear In Hemoriam of Annie Neale Oldham from this little band- - of followers in the frontier town in Texas I have concluded Ob Ood Its ever a fearful thing to let you know how we are getting To see the human soal take wing Bat what a dark shadow oer the head is Dong We have about sixty members When peals along the requiem of the loved and and all in splendid here working young order We meet every Lords day Annie Neale dear girl has left us whether we have any preacher or not to gone Into the glorious promise of her attend the Lords supper We havi a early days flown like a beauteous fine Sunday school numbering about one visiou of the dawn robed in the sun Â¬ hundred This is one place in Texas shines glorious beam Little Annie where the parents do not send their was not a student but she would some- Â¬ children to Sunday school but they go times come with her brothers and take them and take part in the good to rchool when I was teaching near work Bro J B Boen has closed a her home but she has gone aud we glorioas good meeting here He preach can but ask iu the anguish of our soul ed for us one week and eight were added why should she die Others are to the church Bro Boen is a young left in whose life there Is no brightness man of great promise and we are all why then should this sweet human proud of him He is a complete master of flower droop and wither when the the subjects he handles and his preaching loved ones of home and many friends show that he has been aIoe student were gladdened by her pure rxiteuee The average salary of a Southern Pres Â¬ byterian preacher is 552 Kentucky pays the highest salaries the average being 725 The average contributions by church members is J 408 the Ken- Â¬ tucky average is I5 41 Texas leads with 7 83 average Â¬ Tom Payne A Question m The Louisville Southern coming Is certainly but AND P S I am agent for N Y Steam Laundry Ladies nd Gentlemens work soKcittd M y jan-4-i- Prescription Drug Store is iiere Stcond street neur the jJit18 tf House y bridhs W O Gmmhy C- - GGEITR ACT OR Is prepared to do all kinds 0 Mrs Â¬ VJD v -- v would enjoy your dinner Capt W E Grubb who was here and are prevented by Dys Monday Informs us that Col C E a Dyspepsia Tablets Bowman who lias been confined lo bis pepsla areuse Ackerscure for Dyspepsia In Â¬ a positive They bed at the Merriwether Hotel Frank- Â¬ digestion Flttulency and Constipation We guarantee them 25 and 60 cents fort for the p isc mouth Is improving slowly but it will be sometime before W G While Prescription Druggist he will be able lo resume his post at Syrup of Figs Los Angeles Cal to which place he has been assigned by the Government Is Natures own true laxative It is Dan- Â¬ 011 account of his feeble health the most easily taken and the most ville Advocate eflective remedy known to Cleanse the to System when Bilious or Costive Mark Twain never knew the amount disiel Headaches Colds aud Fevers of joy au old farmer experienced over to cure Habitual Constipation Indiges- Â¬ the good results of Ganterj chicken tion Piles etc Sliuiufsotured only cholera cure which is warranted to by the California Fig Syrup Company cure evry time Sold by Stockton San Francisco Cal Sold by Stockton Willis It I2jau ly Willis Lewis McCabe or Virginia owned a Brooks the druggist Paronlze portion or the farm upon which Bthe first real battle of the war was fought A and reliable Medicinen are thebest at Manassas His bouse being destroy- Â¬ VJ VW to depend upon Ackers Blood El Â¬ years for all hn ed and the farm ruined he moved to ixir has been prescribed for puritlesoftheBlood IneveryformofScrof Appomattox where the last battle was nlous Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is fought aud where he agaiu suffered the invaluable For BheumaUsm has no equal W G White Prescription Drunid t sacrifice of his bouse J BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK AT THE MOST Reasonable Rates Â¬ and in the best manner He is a thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder and those contemplating building will do well to secure an estimate from him Office at his residence on Hallie Irvine Street June22 W L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN JJ tf fV ADRUFF S3 SllOe Â¬ Orders left with Covington Arnold Bro or at Madison National Bank for coal will receive prompt attention 4t Co a i Elevator fc Lumber Co St John remarks that the Prohibitionists will goiuto the next Presidential campaign with ardent spirits Orange City Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ington of Examining Corpse U S Patent Send Office 17 years experience si elci or model for refort as to faten lability Correspondence solicited fdecty PHEHTS Procured derson Wash 95 F Stformerly IJ C Wm G Hen The only fine calf t Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As sti lih and durable as loose cotton 5 or96 ami having no tacfcs or mhbs to wear tbe stockmn or hurt the feet mafccn X them t comfortable and well fitting Buy the bent Nana hand- - cwed shoe genuine unles stamped on bottom W L Donglal Shee warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the owmI and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals custom made shoes costing frost 6 tof -- - Â¬ Â¬ tete-a-te- te a Orders left with Covington Arnold Bro oral Madison National Bank Remaining unclaimed in the Post I Ky week ending Watchmaker and Jeweler nt for coal will receive prompt attention office 14 Richmond 18S8 Feb Coatj Eleyator 4t Lumber Co Barnes Wm Mathie Julie -- IjEALBR ia- Mason Jennie Bate Jane Pay Up Benton Mrs Sallie Miller C F 2 Watches Cjpcks Jewelry Silver and Miller Louisa Bogie Fannie The milling firm orE Forman Norris B R Son having changed to that or For Â¬ Bolden Mellia Plaled ware etc Special H Brown Newman Lena man Chenault Co all persoui In Â¬ Buckley J Ella attention given to Praham N-- J debted to ia will please call at oticx Bullock Cabell B Rocs Seearer Slaughter Jas L Carnes James and settle Respectfully DIAMONDS Simmons Wm It E Formal Son Carr DickersonB Taylor Belle Dickinson Mary M Walker Mauife Would it be correct to call a red HaeS Belle AND OTHER PRECIOUS STOXBS Walker Edward Harris nosed importuning tramp a kind of Hugens John WiUmi G E Huguely M C White Elvira damask rose Oil City Blizzard White Shelton F IIumelsteinJake Lamerson Charlie White Maoerva Promptly done and In a workmanlike Advertised matter wilt bo held two manner fa warranted is because it ia the best weeks after date of advertisement aud Blood Preparation known It will posi then if undelivered will be sent to the lively care all Blood Diseases purifies ths dead latterofflc4 Cask Paid fcr Old Gold aad Silvar whole system and thoroughly builds up th Post office In itr from a m to 7 p eoBstitattaB Remember we guarantee it M Money nlcrr ml registered letter Dont lorppt fliA ninno avr twr Bold by V G White Pncriptlon hours proaiptt T a m to 8 p m totbePooffisKicbrooud Ky Druggie J 11 WJLUSr pm mm m LETTERS L- - DftUOLAS JM SH0K is unex Â¬ celled for heavy wear W L DUUBLAS S SHE wont h all Bo us and is the bet school shoe m the workl AH the above goods are made in Coa grebs Button and Lace and if not soM by your denier write W L DGCGLAS Breckteti Mass JACK FKHBMAX Agent BkbaWnl Ky febi tf Uotice to Creditors Alt iiersowi luMhtg elaluM the estate uf Eltsaheth Vobn Jtcoimed areesltd an t Hh mnm with me properly vwMted on r feofore Um ftwt Monday In April iSSS Stkpiixn D Parrwh SETTING gt REPAIRING li3t Admmiatialet Low Bates to Paoifie Oom Tbe aesr ngnanMnt batmen tk tranmntf asBtalHnss nnlhornwa s Iwwr rste to gsitfs ooaet Jtotew vta the Xasdtobn PscUe raoaa than winoi vfa y citfcn Mas ruiiji I m mrs AeooBnedntioas nrrt rl Jht raws naps asa owes ju44f a En2teA It M528w i e1 M -- jrjfr-SsW kotct L JVi-r- GUNS AND CRUISERS An Alabama Concrnuman CliaU Abont Pant European War Ship OFF NOSES XTappentaffi In the Xnd Of th Strance CUTTING Kawab of Jonajradh bONCERNINQ TWINS abroad since the close of the last session of Congress devoted considerable atÂ¬ tention to the study of naval matters His eerrice as Chairman of the Naval Affairs Committee in the last Congress made him especially familiar with the eabjeet and of course added to his interest in his studies and researches I saw the fastest cruiser ever built 5ho be said to your correspondent was just being completed by an En Â¬ glish firm when I visited her She is finished bow however and has been tested and makes as I learn from the builders ever twenty one knots an Congressman Herbert who has been hour Hew many miles is that Mr Her-Â¬ bert A knot said the ox Chairman of the Naval Committee with a look of pity for the ignorance of the newspaper man who dont know a knot from a raHe a knot ray dear sir is about a mHe and one seventh Apply your mental arHumetic and you will find that twenty one knots are oquivalent to twenty four miles As this vessel made something over twenty one knots it is safe to put down her speed at nearly twenty five miles an hour or nearly equal to a fair railroad rate1 Hew does that compare with the speed attained by our new cruisers WeM It is was the fnmk reply considerably ahead of us Our new cruisers as 2now completed we began several years ago and hare not all the appMnees of the latest sort to secure speed They make something over sixteen knots an hour We are prom Â¬ ised however that one or two of the Tesseis lately contracted for will be as fast as any thing afloat in this line Does this new fast cruiser carry very large guns No cruisers do not carry large guns you know She has four twenty one ton guns and several smaller ones Yob dont call twenty one ton guns large then 0 no they are very small compared with the large gnus made now Hew large are the largest guns now mode That k a Httle difficult to answer at an off band statement but it is within the Kmk to say that the great guns now made the greatest of them shoot a baH sixteen inches or more in diame Â¬ ter and weighing over 2000 pounds How far do they shoot Some of the great guns now made wM shoot a ball fifteen miles Fifteen miles you dont mean that do you Mr Herbert Yes fifteen miles Of course they witt not ahoot with great precision that distance nor will they shoot so far as that from the deck of a vessel IJhI they ens shoot that far wkh sufficient aeeuraer for instance to throw a shot into a etty or among a fleet of vessels Of eewse it would only be by chance that it would hk a single vessel if fired at it at that distance In fact it would be difficult probably impossible to see the hull of a vessel that distance Why ean not these big guns be fired as welt from a vessels deck as en laud Beeause the deck of the vessel does The Nawab of Juuagadh is a Mus Â¬ sulman and is the premier chief in The capital town is also Kathiawar called Junagadh and is considered by many to be one of the quaintest cities in India while it yields to none in an Â¬ tiquity and historical interest Tho uparkot or citadel is of great age and is known to have been a strongÂ¬ hold threo hundred years before tho Christian era Tho city is just on the borders of the Gir which is a lo ig strip of country densely covered by primeval forests which apart from other things are renowned as afford Â¬ ing noarly tho last retreat to tho lion in Northwestern India From tho nature of the country side it is hardly surprising that from the earliest times the district has been a place Quite of refuge for lawless mon recently the Mekranis an outlawed class have given much trouble Thoy rob assault and kill peaceful travelers whenever they can and one of their favorite amusements is to deprive their victims of their noses and thus stamp them forever with tho mark of tho When we wore in Mekranis power writes Surgoon Major Junagadh there were quite Lewis A Irving doeen noseless patients in the hospit- Â¬ al there and the Parsec doctor was hard at work fitting them with nasal appendages derived from thoir own Great precau- Â¬ cheeks and foreheads tions were taken during His Excellen- Â¬ cys visit to prevent any unpleasant Guards were posted at every surprise turn while we were exploring the neighborhood Outside the city the Girnar hill rises out of the Gir forest It is upÂ¬ ward of three thousand feet in height difficult to climb and was a place of pilgrimage centuries before Christ A number of Jain temples crown its summit while beyond them rears into the sky a great roeky crest called the Bhairava Jap or Adoration of tho Terrific One from which in days gone by multitudes of people have cast themselves down in the hope of realizing eternal happiness Should a man survive however it was assured that he would rule the world The drop k sheer for fully one thousand feet Not more than twenty years ago three persons took the leap and a short lime since an ascetic was bent but on following their example au- Â¬ the by slopped was like all The temples thorities Jain temples are spotlessly clean tho Jain may not enter them without first bathing and are not allowed in any way to defile them At every point of vantage along the road up the hill we came on posts of wild looking men variously armed and en the lookout for possible Mekranis The Jam never take the life of any animal if they can avoid it place cloths over their mouths in case thoy should swallow a fly and before they sit down brush the seat carefully in order to remove careless crawlers In their towns also they establish bird refuges where grain and water arc al Â¬ ways provided for any feathered vis-Â¬ itors At Ahmedabad the streets are full of those siielters and birds aud squirrels find no lack of entertain Â¬ ment thanks lo the offerings of pio us not offer the same firm and unyielding foundation and beside the nee of so much powder and sueh a heavy gun would make it likely to sink the vessel from wWe deck it was fired You see when they shoot these long distances they elevate the gun that is to say they elevate the muzzle of it so that the gun stands at an angle of thirty or oven forty five degrees to the earths surface Of course the recoil of a gun weighing two hundred tons when fired with nearly one thousand pounds ol powder would be something trememi us Do the improvements in armor keep pace with those in Pans Weil they are boh using armor fH tttrreted vessels of a thickness of about twenty six to twenty eight inehes Yet they are able to make guns that will pieree that How about dynamite guns and tor Jains XondoN Spoelettor WONDERFUL MEMORIES Persons Who Could Repeat Lone Bssars After Hearing Tliem Once That k still in an experimental stage The year past has demonstrated the pocoHiBHy of throwing a shell contain ing groat quantity of dynamite a dis Â¬ tance of a mite or so and exploding it against a vessel But some of the ex periments have led to a doubt as to the effectiveness of the dynamite when ex- snte 01 a vessel in iwoaou againsc thte way It is still in the experimental WathingUM stage Oar Cincinnati Timet ie WEDDING PRESENTS Old Coitomi In Connection With the King ana llrlaal Cake Among the custom peculiar to wed ding occasions the ring and bride cake seem to be of the moat remote antiq- Â¬ uity the latter being a modern im Â¬ provement on the heathen practice of using a eake of wheat or barley at a marriage The presenting of gifts to the bride k also of very old origin the favorite present in the middle ages be g a pot of butter which was brought forward as soon as the happy couple returned home from the church and which was supposed to presage beauty and an abundance of good things Other bridal gifts peculiar to die olden time were scarfs and laces and what k stranger stilt a pair of knives which K was the fashion for women to wear sheathed and suspended from their girdles Among the Greeks Romans Jews and many Eastern nations it was the onatom for the bridegroom to place a considerable sura of money in a purse or plate and give it to his wife at the time of the wedding but in early En Â¬ glish times the bride asked for any amount she pleased which the hus Â¬ band eould not in honor refuse Not very long ago so much were wedding gifts thought of in Cumber Â¬ land England that when a poor but respectable couple decided to marry they advertised the fact in the county paper beading the invitation as it wns termed with some such couplet as SvspeBd for one day year cares aad bors And eerae to thu wedltej kind Mead There was a Corsiean boy who could rehearse 40000 words whether sense or nonsense as they were dictated and then repeat them Jn reversed order without making a single mis- Â¬ take A physician about 60 years ago could repeat tlie whole of Para Â¬ dise Lost without a mistake although he bad not read k for 30 years Eiiler the great mathematician when lie be- Â¬ came blind could repeat the whole of Virgils JEueid and could remem Â¬ ber the firit line and the last on every page of the particular edition which he had been accustomed to read be- Â¬ fore he became blind One kind of retentive memory may be considered as the result of sheer work a deter toward one particular mination achievement without reforonce oither to cultivation or to memory on other subjects Tbk is frequent- Â¬ ly shown by persons in hum Â¬ ble life in regard to the Bible An old beggar man at Stirling known about fifty years ago as Blind Alick afforded an instance of this He knew the whole of the Bible by heart inas-Â¬ much that if a sentence was road to him be could name the book chaptor and verse or if the book chapter and verse were named he could give tho exact words A gentleman to tost him repeated a verse purposely mak Â¬ ing one verbal inaccuracy Alick hesitated named the place where the passage was to be found but at the same lime pointed out tho verbal error The same gentleman asked him to repeat the nineteenth verse of the seventh chaptor of the book of Num- Â¬ bers Alick almost instantly replied There is no such verse Tho chaptor has only 86 verses Gassoudi had acquired by heart 6000 Latin verses and in order to give his memory exer-Â¬ cise he was in the habit daily of recit- Â¬ ing 600 verses from different languages Chrittian Weekly A POWERFUL BIRD jer la Â¬ aad The people for miles around would then on the eventful day flock to the bridegrooms house and there be en Â¬ tertained by various games and pas Â¬ times after which each guest wohW drop a contribution or gift into a ltowl or plate set for the purpose in a By this means convenient place enough money was often oolleetod to 6ettbc newty marriedpairup American Agricultural m Top Knot Two ladies were purehasiag MHflers at the counter of a loading clothing store Said one turning to her friend 1 am buying this for Albert D HowdoyouMke it Very handsome returned tho friend admiringly but it is pink and has red hair You must Albert D get a blue one We arc out of blue muffler said the obliging clerk as be placed the pink one in a more inviting light Bed and pink can not go together said the friend decidedly He he might dye his hair sug A Red w Remarkable Strength and Endurance or the Condor of the Andes Darwin while watching the long and lofty flight of the Lammorgiers American cousin the condor in its great circling sweep at enormous altitudes above the Chilian plains wondered at the birds power of thus sailing hour after boHr in those great sweeping circles without any apparent motion of the outspread wingi He arrived at the probable correct solution of the pozal which has bothered a good many other observers in watching tho spirit flight of the eagle and tho red tailed hawk The extended wings gave not a single flap but seemed to form the fulcrum on which the move Â¬ ments of the rest of the groat bird hk neck body and tail acted If the bird wish oil to descend the wings were for a moment collapsed and when again expanded with ai altered inclination the momentum gained by the rapid descent seemed to urge the bird upward with the even and steady movement of a paper kite There is something attractive in such apectacle Hie condor is known to soar far above tho loftiest psaks of the Andes whci lift their snowy tops to elevations four miles above the sea Indeed it is known to rise si miles in vertical lwight far above all ordi nary clouds and there in that rari fled region in which human life could not exist his eagle ey surveys tho world below in search of prey and finds in those spaces of the sly his na- Â¬ tive air That a company of three or four condors can and actually have more than once run down and killed one of the wild cattle of the pampas first blinding the animal by destroying its sight before killing him and dining off hk carcass is a fact whioh is said to have been witnessed by those who have ralael the story Hartford Time the olerk fxeetionslv Thats so said the customer with a alga of relief Til take It Im not she responsible for his hair any way added as she pajd Jie kDtlroH Frtc Trm The tremendous real otitatc and building boom at Los Angeles has in- Â¬ duced a Chicago Yankee V ship teady uiRde bongos to the Cdiforiia town Thoy are JranteJ jointed and painted qd any car pouter can put litem up arc unlike up tho Mediterranean ours in every particular Tho cere-Â¬ mony there is performed only in tho church After two lotcrs have becomo engaged tho payouts of tho bride re pair to the dignitary who corre- Â¬ sponds to the mayor in this country The brido and bridegroom here In writing and in the prosonco of at least half a doz n witnossos signify their in- Â¬ tention of marrying Tho date of tho wedding is thon designated but tho event is not allownd to take placo within threo months Immediately after de- Â¬ parting from tho mayors office tho frTcnds of tho contracting parties are notified in person of the proposed nup- Â¬ tials and in some instances not only is it advertised In the nowspapers but written notices ara posted on every second post of the town Tho mayor on the other hand di- Â¬ rects his clorks to send a notification of the intention to all the churches in This done tho the city and vicinity names and ages of tho couplo are en- Â¬ tered in a big book which tho priest keeps for that purpose No ono is mrfrried by the clergyman who has not signified his or her intention three months before As soon as a couplo tho church the rcverened enters gentleman in charge examines tho book in person If ho fails to discover a register of tho intontion ho refuses to join tho anxious pair Evory woman who marries is entitled to a dower Her parents must confer this upon her For the most part tho bridegrooms ex- Â¬ pect this dower and my attention was called to several who had refused to take the bride without it Tho value of tho dower depends cntiroly upon tho financial standing of tho girls parents Tho poorer onos generally stranger furnish in a complete manner tho Still even twins do distinctly differ dwelling in which tho couplo intends in some things from one another to live Tho father of the girl some However much thoy may look aliko to few weeks prior to tho wedding strangers they are always discrim prepares in writing the dower list inable by those who know thorn well It is a most ludicrous document and even in earlv childhood by moth- Â¬ sometimos but moro particularly ers and nurses Huapin may always when it minutely doscribos tho numbe readily distinguished from Muppin ber of forks knives spoons dishes by some slight difference of foature or chairs and other household parapher- Â¬ expression Hus is always a trifle fatter nalia which tho bridegrooms father-in-laor thinner than Buz his brother tho j is willing to bestow upon the two droniios and tho two Antipholnses smittcnyiaiiv Of course there are in- Â¬ may deceive the outer public by their stances where the brides father ow-close rosomblance but not even ing to extreme poverty has bsen una- Â¬ Shakspeare himself can make us be- Â¬ ble to give a dowery but those are lieve that Mrs Antipholus was really real love affairs mistaken as to the personal identity of Can not tho bridegroom present her own husband I dont want to bo the trousseau hard on a lady but I fancy myself she Yes he can but as far as I could was glad of the excuse for a little in- Â¬ ascertain there were certain restric-Â¬ nocent and easily explicable flirtation tions Tho newly marriod couplo with an agreeable stranger Cornhill never go on a honoymoon tho univer- Â¬ Magazine sal custom being to allow them to re- Â¬ main at home for eight days At tho LONG NOSED GENTLEMEN expiration of that tiruo the cards are sent out Then thorc is merry-makin- g A Silver Hair Dollar Slakes a Curious There arc few cases of elope- Â¬ Tour Around the World ment There lived in Saco Me many Does not this conipuls ory dower years ago a man named Jerry Cold- Â¬ ridge who had an unearthly long prevent many marriages Yes it does Still thero are pnra nose This extended proboscis troubled him so much that he made a love affairs even in Italy and a manÂ¬ dower from the relavow that when he met a man who had doesnt expect a tives of a poor orphan whom he lovos a longer one he would presont him re- Â¬ with a silver half dollar with the pro- Â¬ In ibis country hut few Italians Some viso that tho man who got the half gard their countrys custom the believe dollar was to do likewise when he mayors in and wisdom of receiving the churchs approbation came across a man who was superior but as a general rule tho dower and in this lino to himself When Jerry appoarcd in public ho festivities are entirely disregarded N Y Mail and Exnrcss was greeted with all kinds of compli- Â¬ ments upon the size of his nose and THRILLING ADVENTURE it got to bo a common thing for him to bo saluted with Hello Jerry hows A Famous Sportmuans Narrotr escape from n Knnirecl ranlher or Well pump your figure head How it foels to find ones self in tho handle how do you wag to day and jaws of a panther is that kind of knowl- Â¬ kindred remarks When the cold north wind came edge which most people are well con- Â¬ down from among tho Maine lakes it tent to acquire at second hand Prob Â¬ took particular delight in caressing ably all men would not have the same the end of Jerry s proboscis painting sensations but this is the account which it a garnot red and making It ting like Colonel Barras gives of such an ex- Â¬ a carpenters thumb hit with a ham- Â¬ perience Ho was i born sportsman could enjoy many mer Jerrys friends advised him to and of cnir--havo a fur muff made to carry his horn things which to ordinary persons would in and told him that he should take seem any thing but pleasant servico with the Government as a fog The panther camo for me with lightÂ¬ ning bounds I could see nothing ow-Â¬ signal One day Jerry wont to Portland and ing to its tremendous speed but a when ho returned he was greeted with shadowy looking form with two large Old plowshare havo you turned up bright round eyes fixed upon me with to day an unmeaning stare as it literally flew Well said Jerry quivering with towards me Sueh was tho vision of a excitement and joy I have seen a moment Mj presence of mind did man in Portland who had a longer not desert me I raised my gun and nose than I have fired with all the care I could at such said bis friends Impossible short notice But I missed utid the there isnt another such nose on tho panther landed light as a feather with face of tho earth its nfms round my shoulders Thus said Jorry All right If you we stood for a few seconds and I dis- Â¬ dont believe me I will exhibit the tinctly felt the animal sniffing for my documents to prove it At this ho throat Mechanically I turned my produced a receipt which read head so as to keep tho thick wadded Received from Jeremiah Coldridge fifty cents curtain of my helmet cover in front of In consideration of having a longer nose than the creatures muzzle but still I could Balljlrd he has James hear and feel plainly the rapid yet That half dollar said Jerry has cautious ofiorls it was making to find an to Smyrna on a merchantman gone opening so as to tear open tho jugular and Ill tell you how it happened I vein went to a hotel to get my dinner and I was helpless and so stood perfectly as I sat down at the tablo I saw a man still woll knowing that Sandford would sitting opposite mo who gazed at me liberate me if possible At tho first with what I took to be an insolent onslaught wc woro so placed that ho stare When I got a good look at him could have hit the panther only by Â¬ I forgot my deformity and immedi firing through me whioh would have ately reached my hand across the tablo been Injudicious nt least As may and said easily be supposed tho animal did not Shake neighbor I believe I spend much timo in investigating the owe you fifty cents nature of a wadded hat cover and be- Â¬ Hows that says he fore my friend could take aim without Well says L I havo made a my own life the beast vow that if I ever met a man who had jeopardizing pounced on my left elbow taking a a longer noso than I have I would piece out and buried its long sharp give him a half a dollar provided ho would do tho same when he met a fangs in the joint till they met At the man whose nose discounted nis At same time I was hurled to the earth onco tho whole dining room was in an wun sucn iorce uiai x snow noi now i uproar of laughter and the stranger got there nor what became of my gun said Its a bargain Pulling out his Still throughout I maintained a clear note book he wrote tho receipt and I impression of what was going on I knew that I was lying on tho ground gave him a half dollar I afterward with the panther on top of me and I learned that ho was captain of a packet ship outward bound for could feel my elbow joint wabbling in and out as tho brute ground its jaws Smyrna Syria After this Jerry had peaco about his with a movement imperceptible to the long nose and the silver half dollar bystanders but which felt to me as was taken by Captain Ballard to though I was being violently shaken Smyrna There it was turned over to all over Now I listened anxiously for an English mate of an East In di am an tho report of Sandford s shot which I bound through the Suez Canal to knew would bo heard immediately and Madras Tho Englishman carried It carefully refrained from making the for sevoral yonrs and finally landed in t slightest sound or movement lest his San Francisco where he having a aim should be disturbed thereby In a hard streak of lack enlisted in the few seconds the loud and welcome de-Â¬ United States regular army and tonation which from its proximity al wont up among tho Blackfoet Indians most deafened me siruok upon my car I sat up I was free the panther near Fort Bin ton where he was made gone Hooked round and found that a prisoner After being tortured in every con Â¬ I was some distance from the placo ceivable way by the Indians they cut where I bad fallen so that the beast off hk noso and set him at liberty Ho must have dragged me sorao little why finally drifted to Boston and as ho Sandford as soon as ho had got tho chanee had placed the muzzle of his was walking one day on Washington lflo to the side of my antagontsUanjl street who should he meet but Jerry right through ft Having heard from Captain Ballard fired a hlarge billet to dart back hastily which id causMi it how be came in possession of tho sil i to its lair TouWs Vmpanioii j ver pkee be rooognljwij Jerry I w e Tbeir Likeness Extends to Character a Well as Looks Mr Gallon has shown that many twins do actually behavo under simi- Â¬ lar circumstances in almost identical manners that their characters often come as close to ono another as it is possible for tho characters of two hu Â¬ man beings to come and that even where the conditions of later life have been extremely diflerent the original likeness of type often persists to tho very end in splto of superficial vari Â¬ ations in style or habit of living Some of his stories carefully verified are very funny I will supplement tbem by two of my own In one men case a couple of twins had a quarrel over a perfectly unim- Â¬ portant matter Thoy came to very high words and parted from ono another in bad blood On returning to their rooms thoy lived apart each of them suffered from a fit of remorse and sat down to writo a letter of con- Â¬ trition to the other to bo delivered by the morning post After writing It ono brother reads his letter over and recalling tho cause of the qnarreL added at once a long postscript justU fylng himself and reopening the whole question at issue Tho other brother posted hk note at once but thinking tho matter over quietly afterwards regretted his action again and supple- Â¬ mented it by a second palinodia al- Â¬ most unsaying what he had said in tho first one I saw all threo letters my Â¬ self the next morning and was simply amazed at their absolute sameness of feeling and expression The other story relates to a fact which happened not to twins but to two successive brothers extremely liko one another in build and feature and evidently modeled in mind and charac- Â¬ ter on the self same mould It is only a small incident but as I can vouch for the correctness of the minute details it has a certain psychological interest of its own They met a lady dressed in bluo whom they had never seen be- Â¬ fore at a military dance Each of them asked at once to be introduced to her at first sight each asked the same of-Â¬ ficer for an introduction though they had several friends in common pres-Â¬ ent each described her in the same way not as tho lady in bine tho most obvions point of appearance about her but as the lady with the beautiful oars each fell desperately in love with her off hand and each asked her for a particular flower out of a little bouquet containing four or five more conspicuous blossoms Final- Â¬ ly each came up at the end of tho evoning to confide in tho same mar-Â¬ ried lady of their acquaintance their desire to see moro of the beautiful Hello said he is your namo Jerry Coldridge Thats my name said Jerry I am happy to meet you said tho Allow me to return to Englishman you the half dollnr you loaned Cap- Â¬ tain Jimes Ballard fire yeara ago I carried it around tho world with me and never fouud a man with a nose as long as mine was bnt I have as you see lost mino now and 1 think the clinker belongs to you Jerry and the English mate became fast friends and wont into business to- Â¬ gether and whon you go into a littlo storo on Dock square in Boston you will seo tho funny spectacle of ono of the partners with a noso as long as your hand and tho othor partner with no nose at all 2f Y Press MARRIAGES IN PITH AND POINT Tho man 5s hard to ploasi who Boston does not cnjy good health Cottrter Tho host time to correct our faults is while they are still our privnto iui Cliaritv ITALY er wiio had just returned from a tour 4 Country TVJiere It Takes Months to Hare the Nuptial Knot Tied Marriages in Italv said a travel- Â¬ basins at homo Avarice if locks tho door and keep3 it there O Picayune Unearned Increment Tho differ- Â¬ ence botwoon the cost and prico of a luck church fair penwiper The average pill resembles Ban quos ghost in one particular It will not down Kebriika Stale Journal Sir John Lbbock in his lecture says that tho nogroos on Savagas nevor kksed until thoy wore taught by tho white people Did you over seo a doctor kick a banaua peol off tho sidewalk or toll an acquaintance that ho was sitting in a draught Somervitle Journal Tho older a ma i gots tho moro difficult it Is to pnll iho wool over his eyes He bos a good deal less wool Yoniers Statesmin you know Sometimos tho grandest opportu- Â¬ nity of a mans life comes to him when he basts a dollnr in his pocket and isnt ablo to borrow one Philadcl phia Call The painter who works by electric tho illumination natutally prefers Brush light Noah wo believe stuck to tho arc for qulto a while Boston Bulletin The duty on paper To pay your subscriptions promptly and under tho consciousness that you get moro for tho money than can lo had in any othor way There is a differenco between sighing a marriago certificate and a lecture contract but soma women aro slow in finding it cut Boston Com- Â¬ monwealth If the Recording Angel ever falls in love tho object of that sublimo be-Â¬ ings adoration will doubtless be tho man who sprinkles nshes on the ice Lincoln Journal before his residence A weak mind sinks under pros- nnritv as well as under ndvorsitv A strong and deep mind has two high- Â¬ est tides when the moon is at tho full and when there is no moon Anon Tho Finns An exchange says Tho depend almost wholly on fish obligation ii that caso is mutual Were it not for tho fins tho fish could liing scarcely gel on in the world hamplon Republican A French philosopher asserts that He is the happiest who makes tho and tho greatost number happy French philosopher is right if with tho most of mankind he thinks that tho greatest number is No L Journal of Education Tho man who planted a treo to rake wood for his own coffin has just died at Akron O threo years after the tree was cut down It is Akrono logical fact that this man has died some- Â¬ where annually during tho past quar Â¬ ter of a conturyat least Heroafter the treo planted should bo a ches- Â¬ Norriilown Herald tnut The picturesque infant again A very small boy who has a special fondness for lemon drops and chooses them above all other candies witness ed a hailstorm not long ago He had gone out upon a porch and saw tho big hailstones tumbing down Then he ran back into tho house clapping his Mamma mamma hands i i glee he exclaimed itsyiinin tandy SALM SALM or a Woman Once Fa Â¬ The Closinc Year PRINCESS FULL OF Where Driver to merchant LODGE DlREGTOftY A Wilkes Smith D D S Mer- Â¬ yo have this load or coal pnt In tho front office Yoil will MASOXIC chant two terOFFICE Main street juiie22door Fuck 0ml tho safe dour oiioii lf Richmond Lodire No js metts 2mf above Second cxolaimod tho Did it ralnP and 4ih Tuesday in cch month W- M i YVnuinrn man In tho course of a R C STOCKTON DD S C MORGAN i i J -- B J New LON Secretary uimiiiii it rainod so bant that auornoon mat Madi Â¬ tlio waler stood three foot on a slant SfiTOFFHE Mam street over Ky Richmond R A Chapter No 16 son National Bank Richmond Courier roof Buffao meet 3rd Tuesday In each month June 22 tf D neon Jones to country min k J SlrEED SMITH H P W E Hay Secretary Sniq of the members of tho ter DR J M POYNTZ congregation Mr Goodman complain loud PHYSICIAN RICHMOND COMMANDERT HO JQ SURGEON AND that you do not speak quite Ispcak Regular meeting first Tuesday in each Country Minister enough to OFFICE Becond street next month Visiting Sir Knights are courteously june22if as loud as I can afford to Daacon at White- - Drug Store invited to attend FUN Professional Cards LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME OF Hy BKS qjJARTKBY AB JW5TY COURT UnutLtf April In Ocfafteri Quarterly Cotot fourth Moidzr Jly d the 2nd Mond ii iir- rv County Ceurt in Jly- Couoiy CKt month f Claim 2nd Motit t Moouj rclj KT TIMRIP HUHHC CITY COL FirstSaturiy Jn every month OO tfXTT OFFICERS County Juoge J- - C Chenault County CfcsJc Thomas Thorpe Countr AMoroeyJ A SulKvai Shedfi N B Dewhcrage JalfcwyGeorw V Maupin Epoch a year First Masher Aro you on to tho Second Mashor snap Arthur 500 G W EVANS M D DP J SPEEIJ SMITH Eminent Commander MHIfcn Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B tf Croolte Assessor John Vf McPherson SuptPuWic SchtfoU Mr Wind CITY OFFICER I No Looking around oagorly First Mnshcr What Whore Ha ha Everybody Cold snap Critic What do you think of my wcok ho asked proudly as old whiskers ho coaxed them gently to stay in They look liko weak old sight she answered with a cruel whiskers Detroit iree intonation of scorn Press Patrick dont you Physician know better than to have your plg pon An phy so close to tho honse shud oi not sor Its unhealthy Sure tho Bo away widyer nonsinse pig has niver been sick a day in hk Omaha World life Remember my son said a fond that if you but practical father would succeed in lifo you must begin In at tho bottom and work np ovcry thing father asked tho young Yes my son But fa- Â¬ hopeful ther suppose I started to dig a well I want your advico vory much Cicoly dear Would you buy a seal or a seal pln3h cloik if you woro in Well of course I cant my place say Seals aro growl ng scarcer every But I hoar that they are not year killing so manv plushes this year as usuaL -- Hartford Post What aro you doing Jamos said a teacher to one of a group of urchins who was hanging by hk toos from the fence of tho school yard about tho time that the rage for calis- Â¬ thenics was permeating our country replied Only doing ecclesiastics Har- Â¬ one of his companions glibly SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street jum 22tf Armer Recorder CfEjfterfge DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner In- - Medicine and Hunter RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second atreetover Dykes juuy22t Grocery Store Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirkiville meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month W P PREWITT W M J M Smith Secretary KtnTstnn ChyiAtterner A- - J Reed City Collector R A Barlow CUf ClerIB II C Rice Wra G White rocicE J DrPKafeyzM Brerett ITY Berry city coiScil s DR JOHN M FOSTER Residence nt Willis House june 22 tf MAIN STREET Door to Lnxmis Up Stairs Next meets Saturday evening moon in every montn J W HALES Wi M T C Witt Secretary Tjvlv No I cat Kincston betorc thfuHj J D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Wattr Second WardG W Evan Third Ward Owen McKee Fourth Ward I W Capeitoc Waco Lodge No 338 at Waco meets 4th Saturday in every month JUSTICES OF THErKACECONSTABLESASI PLACES AND TlMSO OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS -- W T Fielder Secretary Offers his professional services to the John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at public in every Office in drug slore pu lower Mam Union City meets 3nd Saturday month JOHN HILL WW july27 ly Street Richmond Ky John G Taylob Secretary DR U- - C AMBROSE Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox X fiuIfcT town meets 3rd Saturday in every month SANTFORD OLDHAM W M FORD KY Jacou H Shearer Secretary In the afOffice hours 2 to 4 oclock meet ternoon Berea Lodge No 617 at Bet juue 22 tf 1st Saturday JCDAVIS W M S W Pigc Secretary DR PHIL ROBERTS FEBRUARY MAY AV6VST ASff NOVEMBER Lyman Parrfeh CoosaWe Foxtown District No 2 G B MilImr at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Kanatzar in BuHalo school house 4th Saturday J S Chenault Constable Unioa District No 3 Alberts Parks at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpm at DoytesvBIe 2nd Saturday W AWMbmf Constable MD W T SEXSMITH EIKston District No 4 Wm 3enton I00F PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON at Waco 2nd Saturday John V No 14 I- - O O Fi Mcores at Waco 3rd Saturday Chares Madison Lodze WHITE HALL KY meet every Monday nightat Odd Fellows J Oldham Constable Offers his professional services to the Hallon Mam btreet No 5- Yates J Covle at aug17 lyr WF FARLEY NG KingstonDistrict Saturday T Lceland D public 4th Secretary Richmond District No 1 D P Arsitr at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wn 1st Saturday WMlis at Court House PS1TSIC Â¬ George Young Constable Boone Encampment N040 meets every Glade District No 6 James M W00J CITY KY UNION first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Ca professional services to Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv Oflers hk loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday W D ALVERSONC P the public R G Bollard Constable L J Frazee Scnbe Pnrrlsbe Kirksville District No 7 J M Coton Office nt Powell pers Bazar at Kirksville 2nd Satarday Alexander Aug 17 tf Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No Ray at KirksviHe 3rd Saturday J M CAUGHT BY AN OCTOPUS second Thursday in each month Fowler Constable M C Heath J F Corneuson 3 meets Fellows Hall at Odd An Old Salts Story of an Adventure In tlie Poosey District No 8 J N Hindren R A BARLOWr Captain C0RNELIS0N West Indies HEATH at Cottons Store jrd Monday Wm A L J Frazee Clerk Whatswanted belowthero called Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd riJay Practicing Physicians the mate as ho loaned over the rail S D Carpenter Constable KNIGHTS OF HONOR KENTUCKY as RICHMOND having heard Webbs cry of alarm Million District No 9 J M Iort at Amity Lodge No 515 K of H- - meets we wero sitting in lha yawl painting offer their professional services to the cverly Friday evening in Odd FeHows Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B Sew 4Janly by at Hoimans Store 3rd SaturJaj tho ship half a mile off tho beach at public Hall at 7 oclock James A Harver Constable Barbadoes W B BENNY Dictator I I saw something go under tho DR GILES HARRIS James Tevis Reporter DR T J FAIN LJ Frazee Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday boat sir All middlo aged Wahingtonians and ospecially veterans in the army of the Potomac will romenibor this She was Agnos dashing adventuress La Clerq a native of Ballbnore who in early youth was a circus rider danseuxe and star aeivss by which she accumulated accomplishments When the war broke quite a fortune out she was making a great spread in Washington though rather on the shady sido of society and was a prime fnvorito among officers of the army of tho Potomac Finally she married a Felix genuino Prince a German Silni Salm who had volunteered in Tiio Princo did the Union army to not amount much bnt his wife was a rrincoss all the same and through bcr still powerful inflnenco ho was made a Brigadier General Many will remember her spirited styo of benuly as she appeared in the reviows of those days always dressed in semi militarv garb and riding magnificent- Â¬ When tho ly upon a splendid stallion war was over ami while the army was being reoranizvl sho pas od a win Â¬ ter in Washington endeavoring to ob- Â¬ tain for her Iusband a Colo iris com- Â¬ mission but hhe was unsuccessful for really tho Prince was not worh a row of pins and there were too many would be Colonels most of them belonging to tho uoblo army of inriucibles in peace and invisi Â¬ bles in war If the cnniploto history of Mme Salin Salms intrigues in pursuance of her purpose wero dragged inlo print maiy a fair repu Â¬ tation would suff r among iho shining lights of tho United Slates capital Afterward she camo to Mexico whero tho weak Miximilinn was easily won to her ciuse and soon Prince Salm Salm was made aide do camp to tho Emperor For a time thoy lived in clover but when the crash camo Salm Salm baroly escancd hoing executed with his master Doubtlo s hu would havo boon but for tho energolic inter- Â¬ cessions of his wife wh went on horseback uuatlondol all the way from Quniiitaro lo San Luis PotosL and on her knees bosought tho Indian President Jiarez to spare both Iho Emperor and his aide She could not savo tho former but the royal family of Austria was duly grateful So it boenmo to her Advantage to re- Â¬ turn to Europe whero the Prince was appointed a Major ii the Grenadier Guards of Prussia After ho was killed nt Gravolotte his irropresslblo widow raised a hospital brigade which roally accomplished a groat deal of good during tho war Afterward she mar-Â¬ ried Charles Hencage an attache of tho British Legation nt Prlu liut Jlnic Ajnies Lo Henenjro did not find tho scion of John Bnu so vimt nni managonblo as her and the pair ROnUb German husband fan a dioil about four soon separated years ago having m t with moro than any woman of her day Fanny B Ward in Troy M F 2fWM mous In American Society I O you did Woll if you bawl out again youll fcol something go under your jacket I began work agaiu and had been at it only threo or four minutes whon the yawl heaved away from tho ship two or three feet and nt the same instant tho boy screamed out again His voico bad scarcely reached my flashed be- Â¬ ears when something caught fore my cyo3 somothing my arm and pulled it down and pinned it fast to my body and in fivo seconds moro I knew what had happened A devil fish had flung one of his arms aboat me Webb was screaming nt tho top of hk voice and as I got a look at him I saw that two of tho boasts feelers were clutching him Tho arm or fcolor which had roachod mo pinned my arm to my sido as if in a vise making a clean wrap around my body and tho extreme end of iho feeler crept alonp my neck and face Talk of pain I never folt any thing liko it It was a burning biting blis tering sensation ns if a livo coal had been laid on thn fleslu I added my yelk to those of Wobb but boforo any one enrao to the rail I was jerked to my knees in the boat and saw tho creatures ol ject was to pull mo over board I heard tho boy go down and thrash about and threo of tho men camo to my assistance The devil fish had ontwited himself He had gone under tho ship and listened to her bottom or keel and as soon as he began pulling on us he of course pnllc I tho yawl close against the ships side That closed tho gap and he could not pull ns ovorboard Then the men b gan to cut and hack and slash with their knivos and after two or threo minutes thoy hnd in free not of tho arms but of tho creature -- Wo Wfcro hoisted on board howling and groaning with the feelers still biting and they had to bo cut from us almost by inches Tho dovil fiih minded tho I03S of hk threo arms for only half an hour nt tho end of which timo he clutched the empty boat half capsized her and swam twice around tho ship as a defi- Â¬ ance to the crew Two or throe mus- Â¬ ket balls wero fired into him and ho sank out of sight to be seen no moro during our stay N Y Press WACO KY CHURCH Oilers his professional services to the jan4tf public DIRECTORY WEBSTEEiS UNABRIDGED or without latent Index YVIUi DR S Cane Spring Calvinistj 1st Saturday and Sunday Pattor Rev Wiliam Ru pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas- Â¬ Hardin W Bright A ft M D tor Rev L P Johnson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble RICHMOND KY Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday over Pastor T L Lawson street Second OFFICE Brick Church Kirksville Saturday White- - Drug Store and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake I want il illMliiellv understood that I Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday ni Iheouly one in Itichnioiid tlitt uu ilerbtunds the thorough use of the and bttndav after 4th Saturday Pastor Micro cope and Chemistry as applied Rev Preston Blake Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and to Examinations of tlueu and fluid of the human body I only mention Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each signa- Â¬ Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night this for honest protection My ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply 23mchly tion Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E H Burnam PARRISH Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Attorneys At Law Pator Rev L PJohnson Umon3rd Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ RICHMOND KY day Pastor Rev J I Wills Special attention Kiven to abstractlm Viney Fork ind Saturday and Sunday titles to lauds in ExMerti Kentucky Pastor Rev J I Wills SE Oflhe in Climax buildtnj W uco United 2nd Saturday and Sun Corner Main and rieciid Streetx op day Pastor Rev Preston Blake June 2 2 tf stairs Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday BURNAM E in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Elder M Campbell RICHMOND KENTUCKY CATHOLIC A R Ilur OFFICE with V F Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun nam on Flret Street June 22 tt Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M Haley M ETCHER BAPTIST PHYSICIAN AND SURHEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND jatily Office on First Street Toor Attention Is In riled to tho fact thi tho latest Imuo of this work 70U set inp--chul- A A Dictionary containing 3000 more words and nearljr 2030 mor tllostratiocs than anr other Amaricaa The tionair Gazetteer of the World - containing orcr 25000 Titlci1 with their pronncciation ana a vast amount of other information recently addedj and A Biographical Dictionary giring pronunciation of names aad brif facta concerning nearly 10000 Noted Person 1 also Tariooa tables Biting Talsabta information AH in One Book TURNER Websters Unabridged Dictionary Is reeonnrad ed by the State Superintendents of School laZS SUtes and by leading College Presidents of tie United States and Canada It is Standard Au Â¬ thority with the United States Supreme Court and in the Gorernment Printing Office It has beenselected in erery ease where State Purchases hare been made for School and b the Ifcnon ary neon which nearly all the school booiu ara baaed Get the Latest and Best inTalaabto companion in exery School and at ererr Fireside Specimen pages and testimonials sent prepaid on application Publbfcedty C C at ERRIAM CO Springdeld Kiss V S A It is an Attorney at Iaw J A SULLIVAN T WONDERFUL ECONOMY 1 WEAITII AH the PATTERNS yon wish to ovs doriagtaa for notaiB a caring ef from 300 IOH0S 7 sabscribins for SUCCESS Attorney at Xiaw TJSCOTT DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden RICHMOND KENTUCKY 5th Sunday Pas tor EM J W Harding OFFICE on Fin t street same as Glade 4th and preceding Satur- Â¬ formerly occupied by County Judge day Pastor SundayColicr Elder octG ly Miller Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew Tilt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundavs and RICHMOND KY Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Office on Second Street June 22 tf cider ti Keynolds Richmond Services every Sunday She slimax JJemopests iw 3wm 300 Attorney at Law CS Vagagiine fr With Twafee Orders Cat Paper Parian of yoar own selection aad ef any aire BOTH PUBLICATIONS ONE YEAR l Richmond Protestant Services every Sunday morning and evening and on all that and you too Thero aro counties nun In the Court of Appeal- Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y many women to da3 thirsting for a Muster Ciininiiwloiiirs Shtppard OMlce In word of praisj and encouragement office lice over Circuit ClerkV METHODIST Yu kow that if the floor k clean June 22 tf labor has been porformed to make it College Hill Centenary M E 1st so You know that if you can take Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ from your drawer a dean shirt when- Â¬ ing and niuht Prayer meeting every al ternate Wednesday night Sunday school ever you want i somebodys fingers -- AND every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F havo toiled Why dont you como out Gridef with it heartily Why how pleasant M E South College Hill nd Sun- Â¬ you inako things look wlfo or I day morning and night Praier meeting am obliged to you for taking so much every alternate Wednesday night Sunpains If you gave a hnndred and SPEED SMITH Agent day schf ol every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ sixteenth part of tho compliments you tor Rev D P Ware almost choked them wih before thoy Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples RICHMOND JvY wero married if you would stop tho Providence 1st and 3d Sunday morn Â¬ r vllfi rents or exihnnjse-- nil kinds of badiuago of women you aro going to ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson Ileal Estate havo when number ono is dead such represent- - 011 reioumuble terms mill Richmond South Sunday school Kire uml Life In things wives may laugh at but thoy 910 T J Scott Superintrndent Services iiraiiee Companies sink deep sometimes fowor womon Office In Covington MllchellV ever 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at n A M and every Sunday night at P would seok for othor sources of happi Â¬ Clothing Store M Pastor Rev I A Henderson june22 tf ness Des Moxna Reqisler Praise Your Wife Praiso your wife man for pitys sate give her a little oncouragemon it wont hurt her She doesnt expect il it will make her eyes open wider and widor than Ihoy havo for tho last ton years but il will do her good for Attorney atKYXaaw RICHMOND Oftlce on Second Street POWELL Sunday school at 930 A M meeting Wednesday evening Prof C P Williamson Pastor Prayer jjne 22 tf Attorney at Xxaw Will pmctico in MnillMinanil adjoining A J REED Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds Demoeests rn Or nil MnRiizlncs tho THREE DOLLARS EPISCOPAL Containixo Stoiukj Pozxs ASD OTHZBlXTZcoaanrao abt attractions Hooskhold Artistic Scncmnc axd XiTrm Xllwttrated with Original Steel En- Sfrarlngt Photogravure Oil Picture and fine Woodcuf making it the Jtodel Magazine of --Lmerlea Each Slagaztna cestaias a eeopon ordr enti Â¬ tling the holder to the rdectkm of any putters lHcstratcd la the fatMea depattraeat ia that namber and la any of the sixes maBfactsred maUBS patterns during too year ef the raise ol enrer three dollars - REAL ESSTATE MCE J DoBar FaaaBr Sfassztae taneo 18S3 wilt tie the Twentr f oarth nw -- li uUai at aodttrtawu r- i toe tnoaa oi family itruxncals It contains 73 paces large quarto 8X xtlK Inches eteusnUT printed and fallr fUetrated PnbHsoed ly W Jennings Demorest New York Aad by Special Agreement Ccm CLIHAI AT Â¬ binecttfiUitae 3W FEE IBAS s GALT HOUSE m JJ f LOUISVILLE KY in Honest Criticism A writer of humorous short storios was stopping a a summer hotel whero ho was admired by two small boys who had read hk tales A real liro wrllor was evidently a curiosity to tho youngsters Finally one of tho boys plucked up courage to speak to him Aro you Mr who writo s storios for the Tho writer acknowledged hk iden- Â¬ tity with becoming modesty and tho boy after a moment of reflection con- Â¬ tinued his investigations How much do they pay you for j those stones j From twonty to fifty dollars re plied tho writer kindly and tho youngster seeinad buried in thought Suddenly the question camo liko a shot trom a gun Well wouldnt they pay you moro if your storios wero not so foolish I e i - J2arri Batm Wonderful Feat of Endurance Few people of theso times will rec Â¬ ognize tho namo of Bon Lett How- Â¬ ever it was onco familiar to every newspaper reader He figured con Â¬ spicuously in whatk known in history ns tho Canadian rebellion In 1837 38 Ho is supposed to havo blown up tho Bock monument Tho London Times referred to him as a fiond lot loose and tho British Government offered a large reward for hk capture dead or alive John Tumor United States Inspector at Oswego N Y in 1889 tolls of a raco ho onco had with Ljtt Ho had a warrant for L itts arrest for a breach of tho neu Â¬ trality law Ho learned that this man was on the incoming stago and would shortly arrive nt tho hotel in Oiwcgo Whon tho stago anived Lott stopped out In his lekurolv way and glanced aronnd sharply H recognized Tur- Â¬ ners horse and evidently took in tho situation for ho U once started down iho road at a brisk trot In throe min Â¬ utes Turner was on his horse and in hot pursuit Hb followed him for ten miles in tho contcr of tho road and was utterly unable to overtake hk nan Too old officer said it was the rf rtda ha ever bftdPsfrofl Free Press 1 CIIAS S POWELL I GEO Y FORM AN PRESBYTERIAN Bethel POWELLFORMAN Sundays Meeting House 2nd andt 5th Fin Richmond First Services eyery Sun day Prayer meeting ednesdayrfightv According to - rooms RichmondSecond Services it A Mlj and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton Turkishand Eoseian Buthd ia Silver Creek Chapel tst and 3rdSun Hotel We represent the following Insurance dava Companies and solicit your patronage Ford 2nd and 4U1 Sundays 1030 A oct26 ly M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Guardian of London Assets 2603323 00 Pastor Rev L II Btanton D D iuccnot Liverpool 13 05325000 uernunoi rrerpori 2166114 Commercial Union of London MADISON COUNTY DlttECTOR- Y11701 193 00 Firemans Fund of Cal 2048842 00 Insurance RcvWm Crow FormanV Chapel 41I1 Sunday Kirksville itand 3rd Sundays The Largest and Finest Hotel the city Pastor Ratesj2lo to 4Fer Day S- - Total Fund and Formans at dec28 iy 5572- - 00 CIRCUIT COURT W PoweHs Judge- - J ton office on Second Htreet Bonanza Rolkr Mills Commonwealths Attorriev C J R Morton Borons GBASS AiX - FIELD Powell Forma Master Commissioner J Rv Burham Clerk W H Miller CIRCUITCOURTr Third Monday In MareTTand Sepfern HOLDING Largest and most complete stodc Central Kentuct Owr motto Bl Goods arftTlSbtvest Consistent Price- - ANfMOUNCeMENr 1 TIMS F iOlt CITY JUDO R ber np r 1 - - 7J P CARROLL aad jo W Mam Sr Lexington Kt I Pun limit to a time honored ctinlnni if mj parts L liwvby aumxiiieo my teir h candidate fr ie felfClion to the uffice tf Police Judge of the Olty of Richmond Ky suhjoot lo ihe action baturdny lit Jtme jui35 ttle COMUUtt FLEAS court3 EtScott it Iteakv CetJJtn Judge T T Scott Masted X orrirniisidnerf S Clerk WH MHler Hi t 1898 Reseifiillv H U Kws Iht TIMK OF HOLDING COMMON rLKAS FIrwt Monday fn --JarmarV OfBe for Rent mh FitwV s - owr Whites Tkui vLT G- Store June and 311 NoaJav la OctoW WaTiL wHirs