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WJMssBWlsWBlHlBBBWsalaWWiWWIsflaal j v wwr- rfj kshoWsHiYoulx IF Jl H-r-- 4 vSv H 2 t mi So RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESD FEBRUARY 22 1888 i pii mss 32 a a ty T tp x 7 Si353 NUMBER I 36 VOLUME I WONDERFUL KEW PRICES ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR GOODS ABE ECONOMY IS WEALTH All tbe PATTERNS you wish tome dnrlogth Tear for nothing a raring of from 300 to J400 by subscribing tor SUCCESS IOTE CHICKEN A REGULAR HURRICANE Cholera Cure 9HE mtbitf OdLIMAX i- Iemorests 300 - Busy Bee Cash Store In order to Mens Full Mens Full Mens Full Mene Box HAS STRUCK PEICES AT THE VUigagine Both Publications one Year THREE DOLLARS With Twstts Orders for Cat Piper Pattern of your own selection and ef any lie close out the following lines of goods we quote prices as follows 150 1 iivhic NOW OPEN FOE INSPECTION DEMORESTS CoXTXINtXO STOSIK AST 4TTHACT10XS FT AUTISTIC Or all tlio 2VInazlne PoKXS OTOZaLlTXB AIO COXBIKISO Stock Heavy Boots Stock Heavy Boots Stock Kip Toe Side Liued Kip- Boys Full Stock Boots all sizes Boys Best Full Slock Boot Youth Full Stock Boot rmer price 75 225 3 0U 100 160 75 235 readies fCewmnrket Pbualrq 275 Ladies Newmarket Cbmks 350 Ladles Fine Newmarket Chink 450 Ladies Short Wraps ball trim- Â¬ ming very fine 150 Gol Overcoats for Men 225 Better Overeoats Air Men 125 All wool Overcoats for Men- - S 3sV SM 4S 2JW famur atlas 9e M MUM M 5M 5W 3W HM St SM you The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices sizes consists and Boys can be furnished with everything in the Clothing and Furnishing goods line THEIR READY materials Men CLOTHING MADE of the latest patterns and best of all Youths from an Overcoat to a Necktie fear thac they cannot be pleased Eat men and thin men need not over three dollars DEMOKESTSSIONTJ1LY is jortly entitled the World Model JlazaJce Tbe Larceat tn Form tbe Largest in Orcalailnn and the best TWO Dollar Family Magazine isi ned 1888 will be the Twentr f onrth Tear of lis pnbllca lion anditstanda at the head of Family Periodical It contains K paces large qnarto 8xl1K Inches elegantly printed and fully illustrated Published by w Jennings Demorest New York And by Special Agreement Com- - SaESTmc AKaHocstnoLu mi rats JIlUMtratrJ with Original Steel En grarlngM Pliologrartim Oil Picture and fine Woodcut tnaktuy it the Jlodei Magatlna ef jLmcrtett Each Magaatne contain a coupon order entf Uins the bolder to tbe election tf any pattern Illustrated la tbe fashion department In that number and In any of tbe sizes manufactured nuking pattern daring tbe year of tbe valne of Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy ihatfosiffttfy cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Misse Boys and Clilldren at Cost aleo Mens and Boys Gam BeeR rga All Winter Goods sueh as Flannela Canton Manuel Jeans Heavy Casslmeres Blnnkets Sbawts Underwear Wolleu HoIer3 Yarnx Gloves etc will lie acriticed nt les tlion cot to manHfaeture tlieu to ebe tfcem mR at once Dont lull to attend tills ale as everything in the ioue has been niwile A BED HOT BARGAIN 8 This sIe will continue day alter day until all the above lines are cloned out So come at ouee ami get ttfttt choice Thanking 3 ou for jour very liberal patronage we are respectfully gSfOvenlwes for Men Women RAMSEY Jtm22tf Proprietor OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Stor Dmeu A Deligrhtful Stock of Hats Library Lamps Hat swo CLIHAI AT 300 PER wiuuic YEAR STOCKTON aug 24 ly WILLIS MW HAEDWAEE HEW PHICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A NEW YEAH STOCK OP HOU tS Gentry Jgtmy Every kind and style of from the finest silk to the cheapest felt SkirtsNoin Profusion anda Grfeatof Variety house in Central Kentucky carries better stock shirts A SPLENDID LINE Rollers OF NECKWEAR The Prices W MERCHANT A TAILORING - aifl Forte ask you to call and see them in their eleeant new house on They can not be surpassed in style or upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last August workmanship at THEY HA YE THE- Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky Very best material employed in their manThey have more room more goods and more desire to sell than ufacture they had in their old quarters Siller Plated Mies ihackelford -- Co Kaal I ItoCt - diane I Quote Â¬ mi 0113 Bess re Tea ay I jue2if Waair fceaad the St ers FIRST CLASS CUTTER of years of experience and a competent corpstogether with a CHOICE STOCK OF SUXTIRHS AlffB TTOUSERINGS ware and especially our Decorated DinJii both Foreign and Domestic Goods enables Covington Mitchell to compete with ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive BEST GRADES OJF all houses everywhere LARGE AHTX if you see them because you cant help it of tailors Tley Are Precisely Mat Yen Want Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- House And lot For Sale ASK FOR THE GL Wtere Are Yoa GoiBg WhraHnToastartT WherebosT How Wlutt amoont ot fuljlit or la your pany What route lo yo pfcrT btnaaebaTyou Lpou receipt ot al answer to tbe above qw yea wiM be lunnsbeil free of rxpefare irttli Uom rates aba sriMut thelovestBO phhTts or AN ITD BKMAwWFJi ab4e inform- - 6 3 a ricax wflt save troobie t me and money Awts wM Parties ot caH in person wneta necessary IPkm i aijrja Ubip S P O Remedy Â¬ Â¬ House and Lot on Es till Avenue for sale Apply to A C Glowers or W G White at Drug Store jan25tf m SO Kfrr- COVINGTON TM MITCHELL feb8 ly FULL OF FUN WELL PAID MILLINERS and other Staple Groceries Goods June2J tf COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned HARRISON MILLER Has ojened a Furniture Kepiring aud j Uiholstering Shop second door from GUTHERSON LEY the Post olllce next to Hunlejs Livery LEXINGTON KY All work done at reasonable STOCKTON StabI IjAYIncs Cam hts A Spemai rate Agents For MitdHoa County TdlCtf TY sep28 ly ready to answer above questions sbond eut oot aad pmerr4 tMa notice for futwre itfcuMo It saay become aefnt Address C H Wawwk fieseral PmeeBfier Aaeot St Paat 3lnw t 1 E 1 txesss ideees teth U Minneala Leafia the WorW Wtk her ttoct dolrr sn 1 ondn JOOOotM -- tw fine thnher Uriuaig awi ivmok lands anusut tu nuiruad or wile efeeup oa easy term For bmss prves ntlee etc addre9eJ BookwaJterLMvlCoaiimiadoneroc U H Wwrni Tieuv fnenus a Pari Hbwu At xx Book 2 ksuwu I aSafst tto a tet tsaK tia Lackey Salesman GAS IE G G FRAETCIS discipline and of tiiu most serious char- Â¬ acter for tlicm to appear in public in civilian dress Tliese officers have no time for social hospitalities They aro too occupied with their military dutes in the perf cting of this tre- Â¬ mendous military machine which each day grows more and moro formidable Uhn perfection of tho discipline of the G rman army can only bj under- Â¬ stood bv witnessing its ac ual opera- Â¬ To begin with tho private tion soldiers are thoroughly In inod physic- Â¬ ally as well as iu the mental details They are of tho military profession all accomplshed gymnasts The Ger- Â¬ man army is perfectly democratic in the placing of its men Tiie sons ol tho best families who wisli merely to serve thoir three years term havo to bein in the ranks as commm soldiers I heard when I was in M lz of a young nobleman who was placed in the ranks as a private and under the command of his sorvant a gaulencr The respect which a subordinate must piy to his superior extonds throughout every hour and minute oi tho dar Tho first night of my arrival in Mitz I was dining at tho talde dhote wlion a heavy thick set German officer entered the room A slight aristocratic looking German officer also in uniform was leisurely 0 tting his dinner and talking to a friend when the officer entered tho room Tho moment the latter entered the young t fficor stood up from tho tablo Ho stood with his hand and saluted at the side of his lioad in tho attitude of salute until the advancing officoi returned the salute and told him po-Â¬ litely to sit down In this particidar caso I aftcrwanl learne I tint tho officer superior in rank was a former trades- Â¬ man in the town where tho younger officer the only sou of a noble family wa3 one of its social leaders Tho two men In social 1 fe would not know But in the army each other socially the tradesmans position commanded tho absoluto respect and obedience of 21 0 Crawford in K the nobleman WILLIS I XdS met S PXAH ca 1 ltD at according to Rosooc Already Uicre now It have beon obtained sixteen distinct Hanntkctured and the Product Never go A Pleasant Trade Where Snccoss Inrarl An exchange says ably Crowns Ability Created by IU Distillation yellow dyes two orange thirty red Into the water after a hearty meat Tlii manufacture of ooal gas con fifteen blue seven green besides a We dont Wo go to tho restaurant I shouldnt think that wonld be a s ss of three dsiBOt opsrattoas good business for you to engage in 1 number of browns and an infinite after it Philadelphia Call not It better than going c t Ilation the iriviag off of the gases number of blondings of all shades Mamma Robbie doesnt it intoWhy store and is becoming a vales fr a the coal by heat 2 condensn- - From coal lar comes a product that make your hands warm to spank mc a I t j- - the separation of the water tar mifnf e fAror ilint snrros as thn basi of Mamma lady v UWW Why yes Bobbie it does a i other coBdeasaUe vapers 3 1IU H lliu 111U IKUU1US Ul vn Robbie Wouldnt it do just as well A youngwpraan who has her livin Uration the removal ef the sul takes tho place of the heliotrope flower then mamma for you to go and hold to earn by her unaided rxornons was I r compounds and carbonic aoid the vanilla b an tho bitter almonil l Burlington discussrng her future plops with a cm over tho register If tlic bowl of an ordinary clay pipe and stranger than all that wonderful-Â¬ Free Press friend tn tno hearing ot a reporter Yes buttlierojs UoWon ey in boing is alcd trith small pieces of bitumin-r-- s ly sweot saccharine Have you heard of how Bill coal covered over with day and It takQs mfijney to start in wo have beon describ Â¬ hoover is attempting to rival Dr a milliner The process rcc 1 in a bright fire smoke will at ing is the coal gas process A consid Tanner Hasnt eaten any thing for that business I alwAjL thought and c cc berrn to issse from the stem orablo proportion of tho gas consumed twonty days Is that so Ho used juu wan uuij junhpyjcua u utu jruu Aalflrilieltrndnt T s sruoVe soon ceases when If a J however is known as water ga This to be a psrfcct glutton Yes but own your own I ht is applied to the hole In the stem arS very good wages Tiioy ot his wife docs the cooking for the fam- Â¬ is in reality a mixture composed though t3 gas then issuing will burn with a I about two thirds water gas and one ily now Lincoln Journal b ht steady flame wfailo a thin How good third oil gts the form r produced by What did you marry my son To bogin I shrjuHaar they will be tarry substance ooees out of the the action of incandescent carbon on for fiercely domanded an old gen- Â¬ two L dollar ojrthrce dollars a week This is oh a small scale the dis steam and tho latter by the distilla Â¬ tleman of a clergyman who had just t lajon iart of gas making pioc- - tion of petroleum or its products united his runaway scapegrace in the The work however is s1mplj3jewing wires on hatsand sijch thlngsjasnthat Water gas contains no illuminantsbut holy bonds Two dollars sir How lorTgjoes thatjontinpe In the manufacture of gas on acorn hns low specific gravity aud a high meekly to be replied the dominie That depends entirely upon the Rtrnal Kale coal i placed in long boating power while by almost any charged to you BinqJuimlon Re L imntal Some never raise above that girL shapd retorts made method of distilling oil seventy cubic publican so some advanco very rapUUy It titnes of Iron but ssually of fire feet of seventy candle power gas can An American tourist was offered and generally tikes however from six set in groups or benohes of three be produced from a gallon of oik By a shillaleh for a shilling Thats the months- - to a yeajw Tho jnext step is c ex or more and heated from the diluting this oil gas with water gas ob- Â¬ thing we pay the rent with ci c by a fire rwnaily of coke The on Tdnding This1 usually is gas of excellent qualiÂ¬ served the dealer an illuminating Chestnutl said the work five dollars to seven 1 paid from dollars 160 to ty is obtained J F Weeks in Chan tr being charged say from No its blackthorn the American a week Some houses pay more and a 0 pounds the mouth of the retort is tauquan responded the Celt Puck c dsI with a M held in pace by a mm few less Ob ma exclaimed a little girl Well that is about all you can get EPHRUM ecw the joints being made tight by FRONIE AND in the horse car just look at that isnt it 1 g with clay As the retorts aro Sh What n dirty facer t a y red hot from previous charges A Devoted Couple Whoso Dark Eye 1 len man It is just a start From binder one Kitty replied ma perhaps the becomes a trimmer and designer A etratetl the Deepest Darkness 51s begins at onoe to pass over Â¬ Dark That has only four letters in gentleman has an antipathy to cleanli- good trimmer makes from fifteen dol- Â¬ i a the coal to tbe con tensing ap people ness We must always respect the lars to thirty dollars and a skilled de- Â¬ -T Vus In about four hourj the re- - it A house burned down but of it feelings of others signer from twenty five dollars to sev- Â¬ t -- i 43 opened the oake drawn and firr nca llio strnnt didnt know eyes She James do you know you en ty nTedollars a week -You could ee furthor with your r itiied with water wMtle a Hew Jno uarK put three buttons on the plate in Yes but every one cant reach that c go ot coal is in rodnced aud thus shut than witn tnem open He church to day I knew what point t r cassis a eontinnons one The Bess was four coaU of pure black fast She James v per was about All I colors It quenched all sounds I know that but I intend to be one c c crof thi produots of distillation and faintly from either side haps you dont know that I bought wVtrt rnnm TVi mnnnv fa tTinm t Via 3 greatly with the ooal charged atoncc wide those buttons yesterday for my new karaod X prop50 to earn it I a 1 tie heat applied Too low a boat of the street ono hundred feet dress aud paid fifty Cents apiece for have been to a number of the leading came le P es a large proiwrtinn of Waverly Magazine them Fronle am dat yousolf millinery shops In tuts city and learn vapors whieh ttre lost in the t Why our city that there is a constant demand for Kansas City Man Ephram am dat yousolf ta oo high a beat injuries Uw qual simultaneously is so crowded with strangers anxious chpice designers and skillful trimmers iT of the gas by daeemposiitg it into And the answers to invest in real estate that it takes a at as good Wages too as most men Fronle dats mo - -- - a m u marsh gas and hyaro- man fifteen minutes to walk a block Ephrtim dats me I think the business can command Oli thats nothing The offers as great advantages to an am Â¬ Thea they met in tho middle of the Omaha Man lhc products of distmaMoB are street stroets of Omaha are so jammed that bitious young woman whose tastes lie rrugWy speaking foHn gas aramo Fronie how you know dat was Ihe ladies have been competed to give in that direction as any other and I yield racalliqnor tar and coke The Harper1 intend to prove it wearing bustles up If Y Mail and of a ton of coal varies greatly The me 1 knowed it by yo face Euhrum Express p odiirts of Pittsburgh coal may be Two weighs of getting ricti An I kup wed you byyo face too v t iUn at 10 5O0 cubic feet of gas 1450 The De Bangs Gun Tbe man who robs you on the road Fronle1 A highwayman Is he Trends of coke 98 callous of amruo The grocer glrrns yon low weight Yas Ephrum Isnwd adahk spot It appears from tho results of tests 1 acal liquor and 140 pounds of tar A low weigh man was ho an1 you couldnt made at Christlanla Norway that the Tae gas goes to the condenser and gwine along ob8rdal Tid Bits DeBmgo gnu Is likely to prove a fool me I know dat face o yourn pi rlfier to be prepared f or distribution Dats js my fix I sawd yo coun-Â¬ in lastAn unfortunate mistake occurred powerful rival of the famous Erupp ti consumers A part of the coke say tenance Its cur us how dis atmos- Â¬ weeks edition plaintively mut weapon Tho former guns have a Wo re-Â¬ iird is used lo heat the retorts tors a Custer County paper and the out de comploxium calibre of 8 4 centimeter a 3 he r 8t Is sold TbeHamofaoal phere do bring ferred to Mr Taken candidate for number of shots fired amounting to Whas yo gwine Ephrum 1 shoriff on the opposition ticket as a 1000 have not effected the smallest IJnr is made into sulphate of am T urn to to house diamond It should trace of extension tho diameter meas- Â¬ fnla a most valuable manure 10S Fso gwino back Tako my ahm gil ons of liquor making one ton o yo seo annudder have been ruffianly demon Wo trust ured before and after tho 1000 shots wid srkae while the tar Is used to make dahkyospotfor fear orlong an take up our renders will forgivo tho mistake agreeing to a hundredth part of a gwine Ri almost endless variety of sub Onialta Bee millimeter-- The accuracy and the some odder galj its gwino to git ecs the most brHHaat and varied wid sa Ah dearest sighed a young range of tbe firing have also boon en- Â¬ AW presume dahk dls ebouin I crs anilines the most delicate por-i-man kneeling at the feet of his o wriest tirely satisfactory Some minor draw- Â¬ in Tid DUi the most useful medicines and Bdiaw dost thou know what of all backs in connection with the gun car- own l e sweetest prodoor saccharine things i3 nearest to my heart riages and the regulating screws both She Agreed with Him k own to man A list even of tha Raally T enht say she sweetly re Â¬ of which suffered somewhat from the plied F dnrts derived fromtk Waek ugly but la tliis cold weather I havo been removed said traveling It seems to me upon a whom he should think it was a ilanncl suirt i powerful recoil mod have stood tho Ixkmg tar would fiH this column 3 man to a young lady LaTa Aim and thoso now ft ul Al There is no fairy tale than in wonder go rounds witaout the least an impression inerest serpasss he storr Sir ws trying to make waste too much engagement K Sufr now-a-daHEry Boscoe tolls of 00a tar From that men An old woman unable to read on h- time 1b words Thoy expatiate need- Â¬ receiving a lottor from an ablaut on tar of a ton nf coal are obtained High school Girl Jennie do you 716 pounds pitoh 17 92 creosote 1344 lessly on any subject they may bo askeda friend to read it to her Tho still beliuve in Columbus as the dis That is something I writing was so bad that the friend heavy oils 8 96 vellow naphtha 672 talking about coverer of America Jennie I caphhallne 448 Baphtbol 224 aliza-n-- e aver do ioantell ajllknow on any hardly able to make it out road stam dont know aud I dont care Tva subject insiUe cf two minutes 2 24 soluble naphtha L57 phenol Dear mot mother I 1 meriagly been bored to deafh nbout fc FcL Just res I should think you could 1 7 2 autrine 0784 toluhiiue 0 47 aa whereupon the oldwcftnan asXaif think it was Norseman as an denlurelyiflpokca reply Msr ta tke was the from dear uaitan tracine and tt 806 toluene From the cried out gleefully Its aoron ueacon toluene saccharine more than two ikant Traveler Jamie sure enough H e always stut- - j J hundred tiaiMiTveeter tam sugar fe teredr K YLedggi ILLUMINATING made Tliee are again broken up uj 1 I Ick te cj oon-de-au- tp THE GERMAN ARMY Soma Interesting Particulars Concerning IU Discipline on the Frontier Metz is ono of the most strongly for- Â¬ tified cities in Eiropc It is impreg nable to day against any army that France could bring against it I have been all around this city and hao lwn ntkln tn nn nlnno under tho fortifications and to note their multi- plicity and strength No civilian has tho right to ascend even ono of tho lowest battlements Only tho most trusted of the German superior offi- Â¬ cers have tho privilogo of moving around freely through theso breast woiks Ihere are but few even among tho German officers at Msiz whoknow the exact character aid extent of these defences Matz Is entiroly surrounded by ttemendous walls of earth and ma Â¬ sonry varying in thirkness from thir- Â¬ ty to sixty feet Tho principal wall passes entirely around the town in an unbroken line boing pierced only by passages w hi ch can be cb sd com- Â¬ pletely by massive steel gates These walls 310 strengthened by deep moat There aro three moats passing cntir ly around tho city These aro from twenty to thirty feet wide and are filled with wator In tho front of each moat is a frieze of jugged wood and a hedgerow of such strength as to make an impassable barrier without cutting Tho captur- Â¬ ing of 0110 lino of fortifications could only be done under the coixontratcd lire of tho forts iu the neighborhood and the further in lying defenses Tho passing of one barrier would bo mcie ly a beginning The great heights around MjIz aro covered with forts There aro nine in the iuimcdiatd ncijlibirhooil Tho greatest height is occupied by Fort This is absolutely as St Qitontin Impregnable as tho heights at Eliren brcitstcin on tho Rhine This fort stands upon a high peak which rises nlojo fnm a wido stretched The plain is undulating plain and The luxurUnt iu color height risjs abruptly from this a rocky mass as if it were specially prepared by tho harid of nature for a fortress to command tho plain With tho tremendous armament attached tn this firt nr army coull approach Metz from Franco without being ut- Â¬ terly destroyed unless St Qitonlin could bo first silenced 01 cap- Â¬ tured It commands tho country to Upon its right be Â¬ the River Mosolle tween it and Metz is the trcmondous fort of Friodrich Ktrl and upon lis -- cs r ys an9Wa3l0prWWuuMlU0lMt hitchir fc limitation of the Ide 1 01 fuTTt but went Presently he cams on w ith the pan r Indents iriio Were Injnstly Accused ol upon tho aHr of another gi I who had answered ihe qi estion in exactly tho Copjius Answers Here he exehtiawd The solemn nature of an ordination same nurds To his is a clear case of cop big examiu ttion is sufficient to insure a happy freedom from all attempts nt surprise however he foiid on farther untruthfulness or inijKHMtiuii and con- Â¬ investigation that one girl had written sequently an aftiftbtnate confidence her pper in lilinlmrgh and the other takes the pl ce of th t suspicion whkh in Glasgow at Uh same time Templa usually f 01111s so painful an element in Bar Unpleasant incMents examinations Contents of a Ton of Coal have however been known to cast a passing shadow upon such occasions A careful estim it m de by an even in the bust regnlate J dinees5 It English chem st of fie contents or was is said that a well known Bihop constituents of a tnt of vm presents once informed by his examinersthatthey some interesting facts not familiar cer- Â¬ had reason to think two of tic candi- Â¬ tainly to uncientihV minds It is dates had been guilty of collusion Tho found th it beside j gas a ton of ordin- Â¬ Bishop li oked at the papers and saw ary gas coal w h yielJ 1500 pounds of that se oral of the questions had been coke 20 gallons of ammonia water and answered by oth cand dates iu identi- Â¬ 140 pounds f oal tar Now destruc- Â¬ cal wnnK Fetling eon vinced that this tive distillation of this amount of coal was sufficient evidem e of copjiug he tar gives about 70 pounds of pitch 1 addressed all the candidate and told pounds of creosote 14 pounds of heavy them with what sormw he had found oils about 9 pounds of naphtha yel- that two gentlemen hail been guilty of low 6 3 10 pounds of ntphthaliue 4 a deed so dishonorable as to disqualify pounds of naphthol 225 pounds of As however thom for holy ordeis alizarine 24 pounds of solvent naph- Â¬ he wished to spHre liiniMlf ami them tha 1 5 pounds of phenol TL2 pounds tho pain of any int estimation he would atirne 11 pounds aniline 0 7i pounu leave it he said to their eoisueuces of toludine 046 pound of antbraoiRe and he trusted that no gentleman who and 09 pound of toluene -- from the bad copied would present hinisolf again last named substance being obtained that afternoon the new product saccharine said to ba In tho afternoon however it was 230 times as sweet as the best cane candidate was a sunt sugar iV Y Sun found that no and the Bishop again addressed them saving that lie feared he had not m ide Preparing for the Show his moaning clear rnd now he would only say he hoped that the gentleinon Young Perkins had beon paying who knew they had copied would court to a bill posters daughter for over what happened and with Â¬ somo time but no engagement seemed think draw from the examination next day to come of it The father becoming It is needless to say that some anxiety impatient said to Perkins finally am n the candidates that was felt Young man whon does your show night as to the effect of the Bishops open words and it was with surprise that I havent any show said Perkins the next morning again it was found I thought you hail for yon and Sue that all were present ThtJn the Bihop have been billing for some time back feeling himself naable any longer to Perkins took the hint proposed and I regnt was accepted and the show commenced refrain fwm acton said Â¬ that my kind intention to show consid not long after Texas Siftmgs T World eration to the candidates has not been appreciated and my suggestion has not Georgia has one fortune teller who His Nerve Weakened beon acted upon It becomes impossi- Â¬ youBg ble for me therefore tu spare you any ran bo depended on She is a to bo a Mrs Skyskooper who has boon pre- Â¬ longer Mr stand girl and was recently thought and Mr gypsy by a widower who is looking for sented wiji a scavengur mans bill up My gqodness young man isnt fifty The two candidates on boing named a young wife and was Ihereforo charge for two aid stand up and most indignantly anxious to know the future The girl dollars atl oulnuroous hours wdik on that sowar protested their entire innocencoof such said shed tell the past and the future fee WulU it mought Scavenger Man first received a a charce Oa being confronted with and having man to take off good his bat be jest a leust bit cliff but tho police their papors they explained the strange she told the You took man who put 1110 onto the job said a similarity of the r answers by the fact Ho did Th n she said hoow you wuz rich ami to luuc the that both had boon taught by the same off your hat you will put it back on look price on tutor and had been made by Iiim to God love you and if you dont Tho north is Fort Piappeville In addition Well you just present that bill tc learn by heart certain sentences which sharp the devil will get you to theso forts which absolutely bar my at turner and if ho pays it all walked away and ho had dicttted for the sake of accu Â¬ fortune teller then tho road leading to Germany ti ero is right tho boy racy and they had thu3 incurred sus- Â¬ left him standing looking like no clovation near the city which Is not Naw I dont want to take all that picion most unjustly tho calf ran over occupied by strong modern military trouble jest give mo a dollar and a Examiners ought to be very careful defenses Keoraska alf and call it square In a Western paper an item relat Â¬ lest they should bo tempted to pro- Once inside tho city you find dis- Â¬ State Journal evi ing tp the killing of a brakemangot rnounce lightly upon prima fane cipline hard work and the results of account of a fashion Â¬ dence as to copying 1 have been as Â¬ mixed up with an a perfect military systom Fully half Now York Observer sured by one of Her Majestys inspec Â¬ able wedding and the subscribers wore A writer in tho Â¬ the people you soo on tho streets aro describing life in Rfegitf says there tho pocasion he was somewhat mystified on reading the fal the city of M dz to day priesthood is divided into two classes tors that upon one soldiers In lowing A brakeman on U Westbound sent by there are twenty sx thousand men - tho white and tha black clergy The looking through some papers lie 6 was instantly killed canio freight No Along the frontier in positions whoie white clergy are the parish priests aro eaftdnlatt s in Scotland whenTbe ques Â¬ yesterday near Gradys crossing He answer they can be concentrated upon tho obliged to marry and have duties cor- Â¬ upon a very si ngular Doterrbe any remarkable fell from the car and was run over by border within twenty four hours there responding to thoso of pnstor in thi3 tion was which you may be acquaint Â¬ Miss Bllo Downs a-- beautiful yonng ruins with are two hundred thousand men In country handsome garnet uo DiacR clergy or as tiiey ed and Bientou any particulars relat- Â¬ lady who wore a Melz private soldiers are turned out are called hold ing to their history colored silk and carried a large bett the black monks To thfe a girl at four oclock in tho morning It is tho places of power in the church are had The most remarka Â¬ auetof white roses ausweiel drill drill from morning till night celibates and live in monasteries s 1 They are exercised in every form of Their dress gives their natnos to the ble ruin of hieh hive beard is that responsibility Abilfity involves as It was cvolutjon which could be employed In pdeats Ntft unnaturally the wJUto of he South Sea Bubld called and she thee went or to give Pswesvf0 it last particle is duty actual war The officers wear their irlaeta ml4h black mouka are any particulars ef it Tb fecanier wa uniforms constantly It is a breaekof king but Irknds tmaid at tlri a be tttitjgKt EXAMINATION INCIDENTS 1 1 -- in conjunctiva with M K villou his brother has given the results of his researches into Babylon ia law as embodied in the lnultiladtaoes ext- Â¬ ract tablets that hive been breogbt He points oat that from Babylonia in Babylonia and Egypt we iad nose of the germs and principles of Rotaaa law and that oh this aeeofsBt if m ho other tha legal documents of the val- Â¬ leys of the Euphrates and the Nil weH deserve stntly The Chakleait basks were aheady acquainted with the of the check aad the prinepitf Babylonian could either open a credit at his bank or deposit his capital hi k Mortgages for the sake of security from an early had been known period and the legal rate of iatereet was twelve shekels a year oa eaefe mina a miaa consisting of sixty shekels Tha married woman whose father was dead had a gisardiaa to manage her affairs and see after her rights b it besides the lawful wife the Babylonian might possess another ot inferior rank whom he had par chased from her parens at a give price II s rights over tbe latter hew ever weru never eowplete and eeased as soon as tbe parents repaid the sas given to them Companies and asso ciatious of atl kinds existed in Baby- Â¬ lon aud 3 prisoner could be released on bail if his friends became saranes for him It may be added that wealthy people employed agents to maaagei their estates indeed most matters ef business could be transacted by a re-Â¬ sponsible mandatary or ageat Gw temporary Beweic JlLah she 3 Jjf f Jf kef 1 t Mi W1 j Ti i EbP olev w em L facts About the Moon Daring a long stem persona who are well vorsed in weather lore are of tea heard to coas de themselves with the prediction that there will be a change of weather when- the mean changes Nasmyth and Carpejtler Us characterise as a popular errer most absurd form this belief that the gradual turning ef the moons faee toÂ¬ ward and away from the saa eesld ac certain point upset the existing eosv dltion of our atmosphere generate clouds and our down rains Ia EnÂ¬ gland ami the sama may ba said ot America the weather changes aboafc every tare dajs and there is atchaag9 of tha raoou every seven days so thatv many colnehlantes mast eoear Thoso who believe that the taooa rake tho weather tlways credit saeh eoiaet dences to lunar intlneace Bat the theory is untenable unless it applies to every case and daless the same ef- Â¬ fect is always prediced by iae same cause To suppose that a ch tuge ef the moouill turn dry weather ta wet or we to dry is the merest childishr ness and co trary to ati raeteorologieal Popular Sehne 3enttJy records Entirely Too Previous 1 want to get seate Lady Piitron good ratjwiSoB Dragxitt with eabarrassmeat Beelly j os are in great haste are I you HasteJ IdeatseeJt What da je mean Weji yoa kaew youve only beea married fe year fourth husband tw raeBths and Ami For the sake ef appearances vow flight to irait awhfla I am afraid you will hav to J elsewhere for it R jsatSt Msy Print ShovJstlvcougW I TOBACCO BY THE CLIMAX rOSLtSHES EVERY BV THE MTEBXBSDAY IDE LEGISLATURE MeCREARI Ts BELMONT ILonlsvllle Times goose bone wqrkedofji S the g h l CLimax PKICE Painting YEAR Co 150 Bills introduced since our last roport The Hon Perry Belmont has report Â¬ To belter protect the lives and ed to Hie House of Representatives tbo property ot persons traveling on annual Consular and Diplomatic Aprailroads To create a Common Pleas Court in the counties of Estill Lee Wolf Breathitt and Knox To prevent teachers from influencing the election of district other day Â¬ PER FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE f AVBDNESDAY FEBRUARY EwT0RS- - Â¬ 22 18S6 trustees Senate Senators Beck and Blackburn The bill to compel the formula voted against the Blair bill on of even patent medicine to be Wednesday The bill passed the exhibited on the bottle box or Senate by a decreased vote It package failed in the Senate will fail in the House Tlie bill o remove the Capital The President and Mrs Cleveland Secretary and Mrs Whitney Col and Mrs Lamont laft Washington yostorday for Florida They will return on Saturday Â¬ To change the exemption laws The Republican members of the To charter an Ohio River bridge Kentucky General Assembly have eadorsed Hon Win 0 Bradley at Madison Indiana To prohibit thebaic of pistol for Vice President cartridges to minors To charter the Central Valley Bondholders have asked the Federal Oo urt to appoint a Ke Railway This road is to run ceiver for the city of Houston from the Ohio River through Texas The indebtedness is 1 Trimble Shelby Henry Ander- Â¬ son Mercer Boyle Casey Rus000000 sell and Clinton to the Tennessee A inomirueut to the memory line of the famous Sergeant Jasper To pay a reward of 50 for will be unveiled at Savannah to- catching horse thieves morrow President Cleveland The bill to pay circuit judges will be present 8000 per year failed In the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Louisville Medical College graduated ninety five students on last Thursday Ten were from Kentucky and fifteen from Texas All the Southern States were rep resented among the graduates Â¬ Referring to the Blair bill Senator Hawley said It is a bill to promote mendicancy to cultivate beggars it is a bill declaring the failure of local self government in one of the supreme interests of the people It falsely declares bankruptcy of States which before our very eyes are rich and growing Gen Wra S Uarney celebrated the 70th jear of his appointment to office in the United States Army on Monday of last week at his home at Pass Christian Mississippi His first commission that of Lieutenant of Infantry is signed by President Monroe and his last that of General by President Buchanan He belonged to the cavalry during the Mexican war and was a holy terror to the Â¬ enemv TIte scheme on tlie part of some unnecessary Chicago fellows to purchase the famous old Libby prison in Richmond Va remove it to Chicago and reproduce it there is strongly opposed by many Union soldiers who were prisoners within its gloomy walls Libby prison ought to remain where it is Its removal would only serve to reopen the animos ities engendered by the war Let Â¬ it rest home in Toledo D R Locke tlie famous Pe troleum V Nashby died at his Â¬ aged 5i years No newspaper man was better known or had a greater number of readers during the war than he He steadfastly refused all offers of Government positions His estate besides the Toledo Blade is valued at a million dollars He has written little within the past lew years His father a veteran of the war oi 1812 survives him aged 9i years Â¬ 6 on Tuesday A CYCLMVE Illinois was de vastated by a cyclone last Sunday Thirty five persons wore killed more than a hundred wounded and three hundred Itouses d est roved Loss 00000 A SENATOR IN CuNTEMPT Mt Vernon Â¬ Â¬ Senator Levy of Woodford county said to a juryman in the Mundy case I hope they will keep you there until they hang that old woman Judge Morton pent the Sheriff to Frankfort ar rested Mr Levy in the Senate chamber and produced him be fore Judge Morton for contempt of court where he was promptly fined 30 and costs Senator Levy aint no Moscow any way but lie wont monkey with Judge Mortons court again Â¬ Â¬ MRS HUXDY ACQUITTED After a three days consultation the JHiy in the case of the Com monwealth against Mrs Lucretia Mundy at Lexingron charged with complicity in the mnrder of her husband in Woodford county five years ago for the suposed purpose of securing a policy of 30000 rendered a verdict of not guilty Her Dr Walker Tavis is now serving a life term in the penitentiary for complicity in the inurdor It is entirely probable that Mrs Mundy is guilty if Dr Davis is and that Dr Davis is innocent if Mrs Mundy is and both ought to be in the penitentiary or out of it Â¬ life-insuranson-in-law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LANDS AND THEIR VALUE The OiSmax is in receipt of the Auditors Report and finds the value of lands in Madhon and neighboring counties as hereunder given Madison18 Garrard Lincoln 14 Boyle 21 23 17 Jessamine Woodford 30 Scott 23 Bour bon 37 Fayette36 Clark28 4 Montgomery 22 Estill 17 Â¬ Mercer Â¬ Jackson 2 Rockcastle 3 In this list Madison county has nearly a hundred Inousand aores more than any of the other coun ties or 265305 aores a large portion of which borders on the two three and four dollar land above mentioned hence Madisons com paratively low valuation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with which the Blaine men called for a leadership through which An Act Authorizing the City of Richmond they are to personally profit and to Issue Uonds to Pay Off Existing which was repeliant to so large a Liabilities portion of the men who supported Garfield in 1880 and was no less Be it Enacted by the General Astcm- The California breeders are prepar Â¬ unattractive to the new generaUy of the Commonwealthof Kentucky ing for a big stallion race to be trotted tion ot voters has made the party Sec 1 That fur the sole purpose of outlook for tle approaching Presi- paying off the liabilities of the City of October 20th The entries are to be dential campaign anything but Richmond now existing the City 1000 each mile heats best three In five The cheerful Tle prbability that Council thereof may cause the bonds the race isAssociation on wloe track the Republican organization would of said City to be issued for not ex 10000 to to be trotted will add the sweep ftakes drift backward instead of sailing ceeding Ten Thousand Dollars payaMr W C France has sold to Mr on as in the days when it was ble in the City of Richmond at such kept in power by the winds of times not exceeding twenty years from F M Towle of Boston the bay colt by Wilton popular favor has been unpleas- date and bearing such rates of Inter- Â¬ Watson est not exceeding six per cent per dam Lost Heiress by Woodburn Pilot antly strong Tlte action of Mr Blaine there- annum in cemi aunual payments and for 3000 Wilton the sire of the fore is a distinct and unlooked for in sucli denominations as said City colt is tiy George Wilkes and has a The cult was expected gain The pilot so generally dis Council may direct and to provide record of 219 Lexington Press for the payment of the principal and to beat 230 this fall trusted avows himself unwilling interest of said bonds the City Treasaccount of the shortness of the On to take tlte helm ot the Republi can craft for 1SSS and the parly urer shall set apart at least One Thous Â¬ potato crop In this country last fail is left free to cltoose one more and S1000 Dollars of each years rev- Â¬ over two hundred and twenty thous which sinking and sacks have already been sent us competent for the work in hand enue and byshall constitute a paid fund him held and out from Europe in the past three mouths Thus the opportunity is afforded exclusively on the bonds and interest This is about the only crop of which for a new departure That is all as same mature- - Said bonds shall be we it amounts to It is a blessed re- issued at a regular meeting ot the City soil did not raise enough on American lief to be rid of Blaine but what Couucil and at such meeting shall be sparefor our own use with plenty to for our foreign neighbors is going to be done about selecting signed by the Mayor and countersignhis successor and what kind of a ed by the City Clerk It is said that the big cattle ranches cargo will be loaded in for the Sec 2 The City Treasurer of the of the far West and Southwest are cruise Here is a happy solution City of Richmond shall net as Shitting breaking up A year or two ago the to a grave and perplexing first Fund Commissioner under this act and Xiobraro Land and Cattle Company problem but the relief is negative as such shall execute a bond to the which has become bankrupt refused and not positive The ship is yet City of Richmond in the sum of 1000000 for its property Instead of big companies swallowing up the to be manned the course to be Twelve Thousand 12000 Dollars to the laid out and the man found who be approved by the City Council for little ones it is thought the tendency will keep her rudder true the faithful performance of his duties is toward breaking up the big ones and which bond shall be in addition into smaller ones It remains to be seen whether there is a first mortgage on the to the bond now required of him as Pettit Lynn who weut to New position thus vacated who holds City Treasurer and shall be by him York aud offered Fred Gebhardt 10- it and whether such claim if any executed at the time of bis qualifica- Â¬ 000 for his stallion Eole returned with out him Gebhardt Intends breeding in there be can be made good Time tion as City Treasurer must reveal the plans that have Sec 3 The coupons on these bonds Kentucky an his own account They been made their character and shall be receivable at all times for City bought from J F Walton of New York the b 8 imp Deceiver late Pad strength whether the people are Taxes A hEC That the City Council of lock 8 years old by Wedlock Boots to be permitted to shape the course of the party or whether Richmond is hereby empowered to and Saddle by Trumpeter Price 10 pass and enact they are to be called upon to rati- may be necessary such Ordinances as 000 Paris Kentuckian to fully carry out the The Standard says there was a good fy something that has been settled provisions and intent of this act demand for a better quality of stock for them Is it to be Allison bEC 5 If the City Council shall at Gresham or who auy time fail to pay said bonds and than was upon the market at Lebanon Sherman Our message under the sea from interest when matured after demand last Monday Court day Sales were 20 yearlings at that watchman of the night now made on the City Treasurer the holder made or 6 calves sojourning in Italy gives no light may enforce the payment of same by from 1275 to 1675 15 250 hundred pounds gross with Â¬ a6 to all these things and the suit In any Court of competent juris- Â¬ drawn old cows 1335 and 1780 should be free to im- diction in Madison County Republican two prove its opportunity Sec 6 This act shall take effect 13 10 yearling betters at 1210 aud W M Rue bought of W C It is rather to the crew than to from and after its passage Rogers two horses for 400 255 for the men who have assumed to one aud 175 for the other THIN COLUMN officer the Republican ship that An amusing decision was recently those who may care to take pasCol Wm Irvine is of the opinion sage for another voyage will now that there are more ways than one to rendered by the Webster county courf ot Georgia Elijah Carues was selling look with hope There is much kill a dog out for the purpose of moving to Texas to be done to make the old vessel aud among his stock was a herd of When does the lecture begin seaworthy again but there is Why at fifteen minutes to half past cattle Mrs Carnes appeared as claimthe task if nothing impossible in ant and Mated that while Mr Carnes thiuk- there be enough who remain faith teven oclock I was courting lier he was not able to Mind now my eon when you go ful by those approved principles present her with an engagement rhrg of navigation which alone can out on the Icy pavements and us dont and iu lieu thereof presented her with make a voyage safe and successful have no more falling of downs and a yearling heifer ThU engagement Those passengers who are going breaking of noses offering grew aud multiplied and the to be particular about having Two men came down on a raft to result Is the herd of cattle which Is clean and wholesome surround- Ford where they sold the raft They the bone of contention The Judge ings will look where the ablest came to Richmoud on the 745 p m awarded the cattle to the lady pilot is to be found other things train got supper had their boots black Â¬ Watering Hoeses The water being about equal and their pres ed took a drink anil set out for Irvine given a horse should be pure Do not ence will make the gain or loss of to which place they walked that night Lave the well in the barnyard for the the party which ships them A man from the sour woods was In wash will soak into it aud pollute the There is now the prospect of a town- - one day last wees looking for water If a running brook of clean very pretty rivalry in view of this a ground hog thrasher He wanted to water be convenient lead the horse to fact and may the best pilot and thratli the ground bog on account of drink from it A good cistern can bo crow win that little Hurry of sleet and ice the made of a large hogshead sunk half Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A greater effort than ever Is being made to defeat the Bell Telephone patent Bocoe Conkling for the Bell people and Bob Ingersoll for the con- Â¬ testants have for a whole week been arguing the case The Commissioner of Agriculture has not decided what action he will take on the petition of Congressmen to re- Â¬ move Statistician Dodge Tlte National Museum is continually making additions to its zoological department without expense People from all parts of the country are send ing specimens as gifts and the large BLAINES DECLINATION number received show the great inter- Â¬ est taken in the establishment of the The Springfield Republican an garden by all our people organ of national weight writes The Capitol is too small for its uses at length on the decision of Mr and in order to accommodate all its Blaine not to be a candidate for employees it has been found necessary President The Republican says to rent buildings adjacent thereto Tlte Republican party is in luck Willi the view of reducing the ex so far as James G Blaine propos- penditures in the Government Print- Â¬ es to save it from himself In de- Â¬ ing Office action is being taken in the claring his withdrawal from the Senate to be followed by action in the Presidential race the defeated House to cut down the number of candidate of 1884 judges better Public Documents printed Senators than the alleged leaders who have and Members are entitled each to a been keening his name at the number of copies of every public doc- Â¬ front aivd who stood ready to ig ument printed and many of them are nore the more or less outspoken ot so little value that the distinguished views of the mass of the party gentlemen in Congress can not get rid and to renominate Mr Blaine of them in other words their constitu- Â¬ with the old hurrah They have ents wont have them Senator Vest pays that the other day he offered 450 afforded depressing evidence that to a 8 the Republican organization as at volumeshave junk dealer for him uud would given them to lor lacks the old ca nothing if he had present offered not offered that sum pacity for progress and their at- Â¬ for them This is cited merely to show titude has been as a bar across its how the peoples money has been path The unblushing selfishness wasted in unnecessary printing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Lexington was defeated Tlte bill to appropriate money for tins new Capitol buildings was adopted A bill has been introduced to compel physicians to write pre scriplkms in English The pauper idiot bill was de feated in the House A bill has been offered to prevent the sale of whisky within three miles of any church outside of any town or within one thous and feet of any church or school within any town A bill to fine any keeper of a gambling house not less than 100 nor more than 300 and imprison him or ler in the county jail not loss than one nor more than six months A bill to impose a penalty of not loss than two nor more than ten years in the penitentiary on aHy procuress A bill to provide for JYee graded schools in Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ propriation bill We do not know nor Lave we information sufficient to enable a prudent in Jividual of a prov-Â¬ ident newspaper to form a belief whether the bill as reported by the able Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Allaire meets the approval and will receive the support of the able member from the Eight Kentucky district The country reuiembershow everrecall the Archilies and Hector time the Hon Belmont and the Hon Mc Creury had when discussing that fear- Â¬ fully and wonderfully made thing the American Diplomatic Corps last sesÂ¬ sion It will be recalled that the Hon Belmont pleaded for the dignity of the screaming eagle and declared that the feathers of that glorious bird would be ruflled if the salaries of our repre- Â¬ sentatives abroad were not increased while the Hon McCreary pleaded for the rights of the American tax payer and suggested Hint If our representatives abroad were not satisfied with the salaries they were receiving they could resign and he might have added that he could supply their places by very hungry and thirsty Democrats Ironi the Eight Congressional District of Kentucky For weeks the battle raged much to the edification of Gov Curtain of Pennsylvania and much to the discomfort of Speaker Carlisle Finally the Kentuckian triumphed and if the Hon Belmont has got dis- Â¬ cretion enough to come in out of the rain he will not again attempt to engraft a whole bushel of general diplomatic legislation upon a general appropriation bill His grand daddy gained the battle of Lake Erie by using buckshot but it takes forty pounders to bring down our Jim McCreary Â¬ tlielhone to very Il The Courler youfifal of Thursday preferable for well water A hgTe ueeds at I watefyi day or If gijQUJ advice to the effect that he has inlier two pails of half a pailful before meat or four Ited a fortune of 625000 by the death wilUie sufficient unlets wlijn of relatives In County Limerick Ire-Â¬ a day it worJcfln5ilry Do Ht land It is more than probable that hardgive warm water at weather of any time not Bam will take a trip to Ireland the year but the chill may be taken off in winter so that it will not be icy Do not water or feed directly after coming In very warm aud do not work hard immediately after eating heartily American Agriculturist Jn way luto theetound and jhqwater LOUISVILLE Jroiu the barn YorJJFed Into itHISa iUlUflSURD Clover HF W ratm tr L Durrett Louisville Ware Ilouse Wacco CWKIIET IVI JISP 14 S5 liri - WP 1 11 a WSr isp r j a a k iTV MM S3HWB yraef r i AT THE OF la CASH- amount to NEWS PARAGRAPHS William Hafendorfer of Louisville jaaaaav aged eleven accidentally shot and In Â¬ stantly killed his brother Edward aged eight while carelessly handling a gun which he supposed was hot load- Â¬ ed To day is February 22nd and the A derrick used in constructing the one hundred and fifty sixth anniver- Â¬ elevated railway on Broadway New sary of the birth of George Washing Â¬ York fell from the scaffolding on ton This Is therefore Little Hatchet which it rested to the street below Day So you see that February does crashing through the center of a pass Â¬ not belong exclusively to the ground ing street car cuttiug it in two Three hog George claims a portion of It people were killed while several oth- Â¬ George had two companions the lit- Â¬ ers were badly Injured tle hatchet and the cherry tree and they are equally as famous as George BEREA But whether George made the hatchet and the tree famous or the hatchet Mrs Gay left on Monday for home made George and tiie tree famous or iu Missouri the tree made the hatchet and George Dr G V Holland has returned to famous we do not know George wan a great boy and could do every thing his home in Kausas but tell a lie At least he said he Dr Savage of Covington will speak could not and at thU late day we are at the Chapel Tuesday night Marcli 13 willing to take his word for It But Mrs Bettle Brannaman has been we do not know why George could not quite sick with fever but is Iu a fair tell a lie He did not explain that but we suppose it was because he had some way to recover sort of impediment in ills speech Mr Chns Lester Jr who spent the The first thing of consequence that last live years iu Washington Terri- Â¬ George ever did was to hack a cherry tory has come home for a visit tree that act seemed trivial at the Mrs Mary Woodbridge speaks at time but jt demonstrated his style George was built that the temperance meeting the 21st and of architecture way and couldnt help it He hacked Mrs L M Dodge will accompany her nearly every thing with which he came to Lebanon to the District Convention in contact Coruwailis was badly hack- Â¬ of the W C T U ed at Yorktown and ever after that son of Treas- Â¬ Garth the the British Lion felt hacked whenever urer Dodge has for several days been Georges name waa mentioned Finally very sick with pneumonia aud is still George climbed the golden stair Willi as in a very critical condition His wife raauy honors as he could carry in both Mrs Mary Dodge is also confined to arms and he had all his pockets full the beit and has pneumonia symptoms beside and then left a good number to his near neighbors and poor kin Al KUTUT0X though that getting up stairs occurred eighty nine years ago Georges name is as much of a household word as it Tobacco is all the talk now was then It is like The Climax Sunday school will commence on the no family seems to be able to get along first Sunday iu April at Corinth comfortably without it Through the kindness ot Congress Â¬ man McCreary the mail has been In- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS creased from twice to three limes a week An exchange suggests that bits of Mr W and F Martin Son have meat be thrown to fowls during win- Â¬ sold their stock of goods to Blakeman ter to tnpply the place of insects Bros uud rented their store house Messrs John Tewmey Son have and farm for one year with the privi- Â¬ sold to a Tennessee buyer twenty four lege of three head of mules at 14250 Danville There is an interesting debating soÂ¬ Advocate They meet The largest yield of tobacco in the ciety going ouatGilead county reported to us was that raised once a week each Saturday night Â¬ on the farm of MrD A Gay The Squire J Newton Hendreti is Chair average yield of 12 acres was over 1300 man or President pounds per acre which was sold at 18 There has been no one employed to cents per pound all round Winches Â¬ preach at Corinth thisyear but we con- Â¬ ter Democrat template having some one by ttie sec Â¬ The House Committee on Agricul- Â¬ ond Sunday iu March Most likely ture has decided to report favorably Bro O J Young as he says he will the bill of Mr Hatch creating an ex- Â¬ have time to come to our aid once ecutive department to be known as more the department of Agriculture the Miss Mary Francis Long aud Mr head of which shall have a seat in the Reynolds were married on he Cabinet 0th inst Leap Year is starting off At the Nottingham England show very well in this end of the county of horses fit for military purposes a This is the third weddiug aud about as Kentucky horse BIciP grass took one many as ever happen here in the whole of the premiums offered by the Queen year of 87 Hurrah for 88 and John and in the opinion of many of the old Sherman ft horsemen and hunters present was the bestbon e exhibited MATRIMONIAL- nine-year-o- ld 1615 hhilx with tlie same period of 993 IilidcC 8SIFS on our markei since January 1st amount to 15921 hhds The depression which wbs reinirted Iat week ha continued throughout the week but without however any additional decline The offering of old Burley have been re Â¬ markably small during the week hold Â¬ ers of such not being willing to accept the decline No good reason can tie given why there should be any shrink Â¬ age In values all this time and the decline is looked upon as only tempo Â¬ rary The following quotations fairly represent our market for Burley tobac tUUfor - GRjBCEBY HUE That are fraught with great interest to the purchasers that visit our store in search of W VriS K HB KIT mm ul SS39 KJ f FP sti 39 cj ID DYKES North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY White Goods Laces Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes Hats c co 58 Dark Trash 0 Colory Trash Common Lues not Colory 14 17 Ootid Lugs Common Leaf not colory ko 18 Good Leaf 25 Fine Leaf 9 00 10 00 17 00 0119 00 125 17 00 00 10 00 GROCERIES Local Produce Markets BY COVINGTON CORRECTED WEEKLY BRO GROCERS IRVINE ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond KYt Feb 14 iSSS Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country 33Jc and plenty of every 45C 135C in my 25 tilinghouse is 2c This 00 20c Soc Confectioneries Canned Goods YOU MUST COME AND SE IHEM Green and Dried LFrisitj We are confident of a just verdict line We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit Cured Butter Chickens Eggs - 1 50 I 75 1 Wheat -- Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 fts Oats in sheaf per 100 Sjs Lard Tallow Beeswax 25 2533 00 Strictly Business -- WHITE GOODS -- Feathers Meal - l 3 5 AT TUE CAPITAL ICorrespoDdence Climax Wasiiinotox D C Feb 20 1888 Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes ioi oo3 5 1 40050 tII2C INDIA LINENS in plain striped 33C Strictly CASH Basis 5oc checks and plaids Jo35 S75 MULLS in stripes checks and plaids 4o50c The best goods are I 20 25 5 4050C ON A- - SUCH AS- - 25 kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and i75 15 ooi 00 7 7SS 1 stripes EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swis raid LIVE STOOS MAEEET EEPOST DATER CO CORRECTED WEEKLY BY A TRIAL juneSitf and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica Piatt Seville tSSBBBBBBaiHBaaiaaasaasaaaaasasaaasaasajassasaaaaaaBsaaBasat LOPER Live Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards 0UI0 FEBRUARY 22 1888 CINCINNATI FWfWPWFU Remnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will be sold SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 4 60 REGARDLESS OF VALUE 43 3 25 3 50 2 75 1 50 4 75 4 50 3 75 425 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 4 15 Fair to Good 4 00 Extra Fat Steers 3 6o Fair to Good Steers 3 4og Good to Extra Cows 3 60 Fair to Good Cows 2 75 Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 2 oo 12 3 2 2 2 2 25 S 3 25 2 25 4 25 4 10 3S 3 60 2 25 2 00 4 00 3 50 BULLS Best Shipping Bctt Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 50 35 oo 3 50 3 00 2 75 2 50 2 25 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 4 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 3 Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 0045 28 00835 Fair to Good Common 15 00825 Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 6 50 5 00 1 3 oo BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings IffAPKIHTS and TABIS2 II2ffSIaTS The Popular Una between We want to make this the Greatest Cincinnati Indianapolis LAFAYETTE and White Goods Sale ever known Prices O that speak for themselves Come and look Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elegant Be dining Chair Cars on Night Trains at them Now is the time for large assorMarniflcent Parlor Cars on Say Train soiiXD Tna iicrej tment of White Goods and Low Prices at CHIOAG Tat Eatiri Trtlai ECI TDEOCSH Wltkest Catap Â¬ BXTWZIM Jt C 00 50 00 50 00 00 00 7 00 o 00 4 00 6 6 5 4 25 00 25 00 ana i mania uie Pullman BaSet Sleeping Can Pullman Reclining Chair Can New Flrst Clau Coache Second Class Coaches and Baggage Can all run through without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Louis Cincinnati and St Bis Four Billwij Th the C L St U Elegant Reclining Chair Cars Bavrwa xw H 3 STRENGS Mammoth Louisville St m wi w Mr George M Berry of this county traveling for a Cincinnati house was married on Wednesday February 14th to Miss Ida Gray in Lexington who times visited Mrs A J place was married at the Mrs Fannie T Conner mother of Mrs Reed in Louisville on last Wednesday February 15th to Dr W R Ray Miss Sallic has several Reed of this residence of SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy 6 oo Good Butcher 5 jo Fair Butchers 4 75 Common and Tail Ends 350 HOGS Select Butchers 5 65 Fair to Good Packers 5 25 Good to Extra Lights 5 io Light Pigs 4 85 Roughs and Scalawags 3 50 C I St T c and 1 B a IT Short Line Commodious Reclining Chair Cars BrtWIIK kiiinapoli PeoriiHk vA Ssohk lo a Via SHEUJOII Cincinnati and Peoria HI TIA TIIE THE CORNER SADDLERY 5 75 5 50 5 30 5 od 4 75 C I St Iu k and TT k W K Rd At Chicago St and Peoria dose aad Im Â¬ mediate connection are Bade Tilth all Linn to and from the KorthTrtst ITrst and Southwest TsrtBjh Tickets aid EsjjiJ Caetti U all rrisdfal t tliti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St IC Rr jalsoia this line at all Coupon Ticket Offices throughout the country JOHN ECANOealPsss and Ttt Agent CCfCHrNATIQ lnli f - Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky ccrnzr r i 8febly Byrnes of Shelbyville Â¬ pOYAl F CRPYALKKIi Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie Â¬ ld J There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appeanr and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping with the ln f They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles ma I in their shop of the best materials They have Â¬ Every Style and Yaxiety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted TI r stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well a- - c gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon wL of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in vantt Silver plated nickle pluted and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy aud plaindelicate and sti ij shop made and city made toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges c A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame sfr plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wag- Â¬ DIED Percy Tevis the little four year old son of B F nud Ellen Tevis died at on Thursday February 17th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the honieot his parents near Klrksville 1388 New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIANOS ASD ORGANS FOR REST Rent applied as part pajment Â¬ Â¬ Alex little son and only child of 8 and M E Burnett died at their home nearTerrill Madison county Ky on Saturday February 4th 1888 aged two years Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse h Write For Prices and Terms 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky Mrs SSudie Nelson wife of Robt June 22 tf Nelson Jr died at her home ou Sunday morning February 19th 1888 She was laid to rest iu the Richmoud cem- Â¬ Tills powder never varies A marvel ot parity strength and wbolexomenes More etery ou Monday economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be Mild In competition with them al- Â¬ Mrs I N Scudder died at her home titudes of low test shorUJwelglit alum or phos In near Rett House iu Madison county Bhate powders Bold - onlyWallcans N Royal ANNOUNCES Powdeu Co- 106 SU Y TO THE TRADE Ky on Friday February 17lh 1888 Jnue 22 tf that lie has a large and well selected after an illness of three weeks The line of funeral occurred on Sunday Rev Preston Blake of the Baptist church officiating The burial occurred at the Scudder burying ground The deceas- Â¬ ed was a daughter of the late William POWDER Absolutely Pure LUKE U MILWARD 1 r- - TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIIi LttE WB WHITE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appoi Ai saddlery and harness house CaaFRemember the place Uerndous Corner Main and bet l otreets W C GOBJMLEY janxi iy CO CLOTHING QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads Â¬ atl ir Â¬ Â¬ died at the home of his John Duerson on Friday Feb 17th 18S8 Iu Iu the 78th year of his aire De ceased was born iu Jessamine coun ty July 25lh 1837 and removed to Richmond in 1832 and since that time has always lived here and iu the coun- Â¬ ty He was a pioueer member of the Christian church haviug been a member for fifty years He leaves three children Wm L Cmtcher and Mm Tnhi Duerson of this place aud Rev Sam Â¬ uel Crutcher of Louisville The funer- Â¬ al services took place from the Chris- Â¬ tian church on Saturday afternoon tjieuce his burial In the Richmond cemetery son-in-la- Hockaday James N Crutcher HATS TRTJ1KKS Ifflfeatiiiajwnfyfjyff6 QUICKEST MOST DIREOI AND FAVORIB LINE TO VAIiISHS Etc in which you cau Hud the New Orleans Florida Binrungham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the CommercialCollege Occupies 3 Large JXalla and 7 Room Best Business College in Vie World Richest Hmt lad 0U Mr4tl m B rtlitr CMVra tat 8iua f BaciiKerBlir ExiMalUm Widtt BiiIim EdmalUa SctrtyJUOOStwUaulauul CreuraJ rruiai8uu Taaeacr Contrlw itat la 188J BatlaeM 10sal Tartlti mpl7l 8800 GraAaatea m BriMf Onna meiUM aff BMkCMplaf BltUtM arfiaawtio riauma alp CaawarcUl L Hanbaadlslac Baalist Mat Sloe Usaatutariac Lactam Batlaan metioa Kereaatlla Cam of Baatacu Oawa laahaiUa Sa4nioaat Coataa JtmlX la a alea laadlj stoat 60 iuiHtm1T2 aCatUcal ksra special tsacssn aaa mass aaa aaa ba aiaaa ar Ua tla Badaan Csarea SaasUl Dcpamaaat lar Ladlsa LadjniaelpalamaWTaa ArtTUcU aad EptfaSata CaUta apsa as aad alfat Stadnts ncalTM 5i7pJ aaa ba assda wltt Balbaaa Oaia C7 nalasfcraantapaaBTpaataaUaaataUCstUia Ma l8nuontrs BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES AND THE Pncmal Pom is was ii M fis COAST Cheapest LOWEST PIU0E8 THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC Moraine and Night Trains Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ After a short illness Samuel Clay better known as Mvhsini h died at his reeldeuce near this city mesuay morning at 4 oclock of heart disease Eld J 8 Sweenev couductnl the funeral services at his home the place of his birth and death after which the remains were Interred in the Paris cemetery He leaves a wire and two sons Thomas H and Jan E Clay to mouru his death Mr Clay was doubtless the wealthiest man iu the county and was the possessor of near 14000 acres ot finely improved blue grass laud in this aud adjoining coun- Â¬ ties which tie personally superintend- Â¬ ed strictly adherrlng to agricultural pursuits Bourbon Indeed lias miuu to regreat his dsath for In him it loses a worthy and most honorable citizen Bourbon 2ewa Bl ui He does not intend to be undersold and to liis customer he eays lie will PramasMBrtufJEaa Ansaaiu tItadraaiTOMBBaalJftlISsIk dec 282m UYTfTIT A VT V tbo give you lull value or every dollar in- Â¬ the Important Cities of the HonUr wlUioathange vested with him aud he ure you to gve him an early call running V2FSSbElfS i W B WHITE At McKkes Old Stand June 22 9m Onlv Titir J TWKNTY -- BiaUf Tmiouon carSto Jacksonville floriia HOUB SnPPJll NntlPO Travderstwvoaptmleenf two klwte ot Sleeping has revolutlnnizMi n world during the last -eufcui jr oofc leant W rlt me wonders or Nearly TTrtfetn nAim I Leading i Is n method and nyateiu of fr flnnH PtMil w 1 lJe procress Go therefore saved transfer awoss the City and aro assured a lomwy attended wi wthoat wpanitlns tlo worker ami ceaveulencc comfort from thlr homes Pay liberal nny one do V YrSrlc elther JnS poclat ability required ei Tonne or needed Capital not rd The Bonds issued in payment of sub Llue vfinuifn vufr uiiaonana return i acription of Madison county to Louisville Queen and Crescent und Nash viler Railroad due In February r April July and October 1887 and 1S yep in tuoro money rlglitawy than Hie world Qrana oHtat free fTl be paid on maturity at the Madison Add e True Co Augusta Maine National Bak icHtaond Ky Wal Pusnr Acq t aov as iv K QABROLL in r 1tw ENAULTCom t i ff T VV1V General fetajeriate4nt gpiftS U AMstsWtOeMMl Passes NV HN ominirauu ruits umiiuisu xiinee iiunet Bieeper state noora Fuero nB Madison Bonfls All the Railroads TWMi Wlflurtjoulnblnrlchmbrjn Travel yia lStSrtlSr i jln ri L 5M t THE CLIMAX Iu Sale of Madison National Bank Stock Twelve shares of Madison National Bank stock were sold by auctioneer IO DE3 3E Whie Barley Tobacco L2 Buh for Rev H T Daniel to B J Clay on Saturday before the Court- Â¬ seed pure and genuine at Whites OF THE CONDITION OF THE Drug Store Second St near Garuelt house for 19110 per share This FIRST NATIONAL BANK House speaks well for MadUou every way 8fel4t showiug that the congregations pay AT RICHMOND Trace chains W C Gormley Co their pastors good saluvies aud when Â¬ IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY they leave they have a nice sum In- Â¬ the Children They are vested in bank stock for a nest egg AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS pecially liable to sudden Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cough It shows how very high the Madison No bet should have been made upon etc We guarantee Ackers English stock is valued as the par value is 100 PERSONAL Remedy a positive cure o It eaves this kind of a question for they are per share Sold by hoars of anxious watching RESOUKlES not analogous aud such questions are Miss Mattie Peyton is isiting her sister W G White Prescription Druggist Loan- - and nist nnnit S300W2 19 not legitimate Editor Stock Farm Reminiscence Ilrpnlrnftw in Nicholasvilte 624137 U S ltonds to xcure circulation The editor of the Stock Farm lias 5oUJu Ml Seelug In your last issue of The J S Collins Oilier stocks bonJsmi J inurtHityi SUUOU Miss Juliet Gill of Lancaster is siting Â¬ apiroved reserve agents 13IC II Climax a notice of Gen Green Clay miscalculated Mr Neales coll con Miss Loula Bronston Will sell you your carpels at a bottom Due from other National Ilauks Due from UW7 51 tains 25 percent of blood that Is Ident- Â¬ Smith I take the liberty of adding the figure He Sews and Lays them for Due ram btate Banks and batiker 375 47 Ileal etate furniture ami fixtures ical with half of Harry Wilkess blood SI17 24 Miss David Jhenault ol Lexington tsl you following and thus rids you of the trouble Curreut ox jeiies ami taxes iid lt2 ti the half that he gets from his dam visiting Miss Lila Chenault He was a school mate of mine and 3 WO 01 in Matching them Call and see FreioiuniK paid Bills of other Banks 100 GO cau truely say oue of the best and The dam of Harry Wilkes imports 50 Fractional pa per currency nickel- Miss Jessie Williams of Cynlhiaria is him janlS 3m nnd rnnlj per cent of his blood to him and 50 mam SH most iopular bos iu the school Specievisiting Miss Rella Harber IT JZ Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Iegdl tender holes According to the old saying Variety per cent likewise to his half sister the IUU0 W Hede iiptlon fund with U8Treu Miss Jcanie Lackycf Lancaster isUhc Contain Mercury Is the spice of life therefore he dam of Mr Neales colt Then this ureroperceutui circulation 250 GJ might be called the spice of life He dam of the Neale colt imparts to it guest of Miss Ollie Gregory As Mercury will surely destroy the Total S177 W organized when a boy a militia com- Â¬ one half of the blood that comes from Miss Mary Neale of Lexington is the sense of emell and completely derange LIABILITIES Horses pany and was elected Captain he or Â¬ the Wilkes dam or 25 per cent Mr guest of Miss Lizzie Bennett the whole system when entering it Capital stock paid In S2 0000 00 rsiue thither The following horses were purchased ganized a Sunday school and was the Neales colt does not possess any o0U00 00 through the mucous surfaces Such Surplus fund Miss Mattie Monks of Chicago is the Undivided profits tu V line specimen of fesll lern of the at the Brass field orguuized a debatiug club Wilkes blood at all but has 25 per Co horse sale lant teacher he articles should never be ued except ou National BanknotesoutKlumllng 4 iMub ou Francis Individual deposits subjectlfo cheek lliilW at inferuus period takeu from the week iu Lexington by Richmond ceu aud raised money by subscription to cent of the grand dams blood which guest of MrsG C prescriptions from reputable physicians Due to other National 7ti bl Miss Rosa Turley left Thursday to visit as the damage they will do are ten fold Due to state Bauks andBanks L unties is ou exhibilion at L P tlemen bankets Katie Wilkes bay filly foal Â¬ buy a handsome library for the use of Is the same as the 50 per cent which 378 51 Harry Wilkess dam gave to him fc Miss Gallagher at Hyattsville s Jrs ed 18S3 by Governor Wilkes dam by the society He was at the head of all lo the good you can possibly derive Total IT0T1S 10 Rylaud It P Fox lor 300 Roxle flehtng parties chestnut hunts chick- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure HTATK OF KENTUCKY 1 Messrs Frank and Harry Clay of frtin them V new fire proof safe a street door Leap Year Masquerade Party COUSTV OF JIAD1SOX b m 10 by Fenian Boy pacing en fights for fun and the getter up of manufactured by F J Cheney Co Paris arc visiting friends here I J E Ureenlear Cashier ofthe abovj s ixy jKHinds of new type and a mareS B White for 85dam The exquisite invitations from the ar Â¬ Toledo O contains 110 mercury aud naiued bank do ttjlemnly swear that the Minnie b all the picnics in the neighborhood ipetlia aie reoeut acquisitions c at m foaled 1681 by Col Wm M Irvine and wife will go above statement tistic hand of a city engraver sent out true to the best of my is taken internally and acts directly knowledge and belief Mark Diamond He organized n negro miustrel Jbaud to lilt l UMAX otliee dam by Green Mountain J a Chen which I belonged All the members some days ago by the ladies of to Hot Springs Ark this week upon the blood and mucous surfaces of J E Gkeesleaf Ci shier Subscribed and Miss Amelia Davenport of Charles thenystem fu buying Hulls Catarrh day of February sworn to before me this 11th mmisiouer Seoti sold last week ault for 170 Beauty chestnut filly were boys known to the neighbors yet Richmond and vicinity brought together ISsS we played so successfully as a New last night at the Madison Club rooms town Virginia is the guest of Mrs B J Cure be sure that you get the genulue in UtrtJ the iMMtse and lot of Alice foaled 1866 by Bradfords Telegraph It K Tueley Notary Public it is taken internally aud made in Corbect AttcU MMessrn D P Armerand J B Chenault for 140 Equal 2 by York Compauy that even our own more than a hundred participants in fancy CUy - D lurrji h forSSW Egallle dam by Harry Wilkes J B brothers aud sisters never recognized dress with masks besides a number of Co J W CAFEHTON Miss Adams of Lexington is with Miss Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney WM I HVIN E Directors Cheuault for 150 During the four us He organized a temperance socie- Â¬ spectators J6TSdd by J J Brooks price 75c J Annie Urmston for the Leap Year Mas- Â¬ KX WHITE At half past eight oclock carriages Mr Lxlor has erected a store house days sale there were 23G horses sold for ty aud made temperance speeches aud per bottle feblSlm querade c Main treel below A street and will 91190 an average of343 per head did much good Nothing could be with fair occupants and drivers were REPORT OP THE CONDITION Plow gear W C Gormley Co dashing to and fro through the streets Miss Pearl Chenault and Miss Alice euro n a grocery It Is the first busi Â¬ Col O H Chenault sold last week to done hi the neighborhood without ness house built on that squat a Clay Smith to lead us Though full of gathering here and there at designated Clay of Lexington are visiting Mrs KIWmllier of Lexington Ky OF THE the Orders left with Covington Arnold points the fortunate gentlemen who were Sam Bennett A Bro or al Madison National Bauk tre is now u dejwtMt to the cred- - following horses at the prices given fun there never was any mischief in expected1 It is believed that no gentle- Â¬ him He was a jolly good boy aud Messrs National Bank Robt Gatewood and Chas for coal will receive prompt attention I liuiividunie in the four bauks of Mare by Hilas first dam by Curtis Hambletoniuu 500 Mare by Red every boy aud girl in the neighborhood man who has been duly mindful of the Grubbs of Mt Sterling are isiting rel Â¬ 4t Coal Elevator Lumber Co V i ru hil tlie Htm of 663737 60 nc girls during the past four years was over- Â¬ Wilkes 1000 a gelding for 200 and loved Clay Smith AT RICHMOND atives here I ii o the bank reports published c looked by them last night A Vote to be Taken a colt 300 H B DillinghAm IX THE STATE OF KENTUCKY t i niele in this h MM Mr Wm Morton of Winchester ar- Â¬ By 930 oclock the spacious and brill- Â¬ And It is thought that a large majori- Â¬ iant parlors ofthe Club were thronged rived Tuesday to be among his old friends ty will be In favor of trading at AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Candor Ir Juhu C Douglas who for some Whitet How to Bloom a Calla Lily a day or two with the conspicuous charactess of his- Â¬ for TI1 liit been saleswuu for Mr C li Mr Geo B Hlggius of Lexington Prescriptlon Drug Store ou Second street The proprietor of the Cottage Gar Â¬ whose at Waco will go soon to Messrs Joe Willis J B Chenault S near the Garuelt House wife has sued for divorce write tory poetry fiction and mythology The Jan 18 tf this place hands The Climax B xiiiiingtiHi Illinois where he will den the following candid statement to her ancient medixval and modern the war- Â¬ B White R R Burnam R P Fox Jr the following information which is es- Â¬ lawyers RESOURCES rior and the civilian the elegant the Christopher and Thos Covington and Trace chains W C Gormley Co Jre in mercantile purettita pecially useful to owners of calla lilies ridiculous all were represented They Col O II Chenault attended the Brass Loan and discounts To Robert A Thornton attorneyfor 50JR 15 M JS A KiikmuH the well known as that beautiful flower is difficult to Orders left with Covington Arnold uvcrurntts Co horse sale in Lexington last U H Bond to seeure circulaTlon Mrs Geo B Higgins and to the with a superabundance of clothes and field 50U m Bro or at Madison National Bank has eotoplt ied his tchool at produce tjtr they with no clothes at all worth men- Â¬ week piwks iruu aim inoilgaKeH -- HJU Due from approved reserve njents 19714 W Is for coal will receive prompt attention Lkk aud Kiue te Gieeiiesbor--- - Take a glazed rtone jar say 14 inches jiuLUe at large tioning were there Nobody knew any- Â¬ Due from other National Banks leJCM 4t When the high or It may be a few inches higher my As I have reliable information that body and everybody feared detection by 77 Ntttli Carolina Coal Elevator Lumber Co Due from Stalvlttnksund bankers RELIGIOUS Iteal eMate furniture and nxluies wife has or instituting 7StO ou r ntst agHiit he may return with propoitiouate width Current expenm Put into proceedings againstintends divorce ou everybody else It was an animated s 49 me for Do you want pure drugs and the best Cherks and other and Uxes paid cash items J28 M Â¬ the jar three inches of powdered char- the grounds of cruelty neglect c joyous scene gay and happy too be Bills of other BankH 71W60 You Fractional paper currency brands of tobaccos and cigars Vr E Wiggins purchased of Messrs Rev Tribbleof the Baptist Theological nickels coal Ou that place five or six Indies I hereby wib to state that she has cause every thing was uncertainty and cents J a- - 1 Shackelford awl Col O H can find them at T J Brooks 4011 of rich mould aud in it set the lily just aud good reasons for taking the or rather everybody The characters Seminary of Louisville preached at the Specie 10710 09 above step and that 1 have no counter Redemption fund with U S Trvas- iuulr two lots in the E till aildi June2 tf only partially below the surface who looked mot like girls were probably Baptist ehurch Sunday morning and plea to urge no extenuating ureroperceDt of circulation 2258 00 ii lacing the ofcl residence for 5600 Ou top of the mould put two or three to offer no cogent reasons to not girls at all and we fear vice versa was night M- Total Wiggins lights building a resi Â¬ J3bs76I 01 Blood Elixir is the only ct vO c inches of clean coarse sand On the asfign true Rev Wm Irvine of Shelby c ounty Sv Remedy guaran Â¬ 310 le fc oi Jjs Hirehse thi- - week She has been a good true aud noble LIABILITIES sand put a few small bricht pebbles wife Trost Saxtons orchestra gave forth will preach Sunday morning and ee teed It is a positive cure for Ulcers Erup Â¬ to me iu every respect aud she for ornament Then fill the jar with had good reasons for suitig for the ah ve most entrancing music and while a good- ning iu the First Piesbyterian church tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the Capita strofc paid In I re P iniz ini iiright who occupy 1tO000 09 whole system and banishes all Rheumatic Surplus fuud dSmxrm t I have no earthly ly number joined in ethereal whirls oer this place h j ie that was Inst year occupied rain water aud as the water evaporates mentioned divorce undivided proliK iKaJ Iw and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it National Bank mites mitstHiidlni replace It keeping the pebbles covered reuwon to assign for my pat treatment the expanse of canvas the large remainder 4116 UJ Adams express offkv receive lt Rev C H Lock wood of Beatty villc Sold by W G While Piescrlption Individual depoit subject to cheek WJ3IZ si and neglect and only attribute it to looked Due Ui other National Banks encouragingly on seemingly say- Â¬ is holding mission services c i rj t daili boxes keg imokages aud at least one inch with water Ret the the eflect of habitually indulging in 77 m at the Episco- Â¬ Druggist Due to State Banks and Bankers 17I 7 The intoxicating liquors I wish all the ing oh how I would if I could I a ey such as egg lard raw hides jar in a warm sunny window pal church 1030 a m and 715 p m Total J38761 UI At 1130 the order to unmask was n i kiu and a long striHg of s i lily will grow and leaf aud bloom burden of this suit should rest upon my Regular services Sunday afternoon at 4 Seeing a Dollar and that not the slightest STATE OF KENTUCKY with the request to Mi send most luxuriantly This cau be done shoulders charged to her for her actions given and what a transformation ensued oclock County of Madison s s blame be Some men can see a dollar a long in winter as well as summer The ones you thought you knew you 3 right away now fur I want In this matter ISSrarkesCmliierot Fifty of the ministers and leading men way oil but everybody can save 11 bank do solemnly cuear the above named At all hours of the day and that the above Being fully cognizant of the fact didnt of course and things that had been A Kentackian In Kansas dollar by trading at Whites Prescrip ktatement is irue ej i part of the night pert ons drup in that my past conduct has been such a said were now wished unsaid while the of the colored race have formally invited lion Drug Store ou Second street near ledge and belief to the best of my know Â¬ Hou Johu M Price a native of to justly entitle me to a complete for- Â¬ Romeoes and the like pined for their Messrs Moody and Sankry to come to wii stii h jiiestions as have yen got Irvine Ky well known here in days feiture of all her love and respect S S PARKES Cashier jail 18 tf thu city in the fall and preach to their the Garuelt House tother clothes a iCkige for me has that box o long Subsrnlieil and sworn to before ne this 3WU gone by has been thirty years iu wish to state here that I lovelier as This disposes of the captious day of February NAe At this notch in the programme supper people i ue come y t J S Collinss Kansas He is therefore an older cit- Â¬ fondly and devotedly as ever and am was announced and straightway the great few who have been making a needless willing to make any reparation in my Jso WCnooKEJr Notary Public G II vs G 1J izen than Kansas is a State The power to amend tbe past dining room was filled the small tables noise about the drawing of the color line Is tlie Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ Corbect Attest ture Lace Curtains Window Shades Cou rier Journal LatKaturdaiwith the thermometer latter was admitted Into the Union 27 I furthermore wisli to state that being supplied from an adjoining room JOHN BENNETT a f tlie sun t Jdoing the bees hum years ago c junl8 3m January 29th Kansas my life in the future shall so lie spent Oysters salads ham turkey croquetts Carpets as to prove to the world that I sincere Â¬ A Question was duly observed aud the ti g the birds singing and the duet day ly regret my past This statement is sandwiches biscuits breads rolls coffee Co Blind bridles W C Gormley f it g about the the streets was a Atchisou Patriot wrote up everybody dircted solely iu the intent of proving olives pickets and fruits in profusion Where are you going to buy your t nugli grnuod hg day while the aud every thing w ithiu its reach Jt to the world Ihat I alone am to blame dispelled every trace of hunger and the drugs aud books this year J invite JR aud that no cloud may rest upon the refreshed and bairday before with the thermometer says of Mr Price restored guests betook your trade OF THE CONDITION OF THE CortON i a sleet covering the trees aud John M Price of this city is at this name of my sweet loving wife W O White themselves again to the parlors Geo B HiaaiNs XT thousands suffering from Asthma Con Â¬ gr ui ii no suiisliine and a profound time a member in good standing of forty-Druggist Second street near Guruett sumption Coughs etc Did you ever try Among the ladies present and charac- Â¬ Mr Higgins has vixited Richmond tu niiiimc the bees and binl was a one different Fraternal orders socie Â¬ 18 tf House Jan ters they represented were the following Ackers English Remedy It is the best J ra Iit cut gonse bmie dny ties and lodges We have seen a list of several times aud is well remembered preparation known for all Lung Troubles Miss Annie Adams of Lexington A here AT KICIIMOND Orders left with Covington Arnold sold ou a positive guarantee at 10c 60c them and know whereof we speak Of Daughter of France Lent the forty one secret orderssocieties aud Bin or at Madison National Bauk Hold by W G White Prescription IX THE STATE OK KENTUCKY Mus Jane Crow Ceres A Good Example Lent opened Wednesday it being lodges in which Mr Price holds memMiss Minnie B Smith 1riccilla for coal will receive prompt attention Druggist Below appear three paragraphs from AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Ash Wednesday Probably never has bership he is a charter member of Mus Florence Barlow Flower Girl 4t Coal Elevatou Lumber Co Miss Rella Harber Christmas Eve the will of the late Hon James S Rol Â¬ II 3 reason opened or will close under Carpets seventeen of them aud assisted in lins of Columbia Miss Juliett GUI ol Lancaster Lady of Mo formerly of c inilir circumsiaBces Tuesday wa theit organization Orders left with Coviuglon Arnold You will find the biggest stock the 19th Century Richmond Valentines Day Mardi Gras and Bro or at Madison National Bank Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles Miss N A Bronston Buttmly RESOURCES As a member of these several orders - r ve Tuelay 1 give and ix queath to Dr J F Miss Callie Chenault Helen ot Troy As Lent was pre societies and lodges Mr Price says for casl will receive prompt attention and the Lowest prices at J S Collinss Loans and discounts 567997 U Miss Nettie Stockton The Climax ceJtd by a day on whioii people make that he has had conferred on him one Hantia J P McAfee T B Gentry Overdrafts 7501 W 4t Lumbkk Co Coal Elevatok junlS 3m Miss Marguerite Parrish Aurora U 8 Bonds to secure circulation SuWA to Todd elders of the Pres f Is of themselves it will also end ou bundled aud two degrees that he is in and Robt L U H Bonds to secure deposits SOG0U ce Miss Amne Fretwell of Paris Isabella Due from approved roerve aireuts MGSl S3 All FooN Day J F Stone which is Easter possession of four hundred aud six byterian church of Columbia and to Miss Laura Shackelford Marguerite The Louisville Southern Due irani omcr national tunas 43417 06 their successors in office the sum of Has he latest Improved Lockstitch Sunday this year April 1st Bourbon Mies Jeannie Lackey of Lancaster Due from Stale Banks and b inkers 676 82 different pass words grls signs aud one thousand dollars to be held by Butterfly coming but Reel Estate furniture and fixture Is certainly 6W 00 Hewing Machine which is acknowl Â¬ railroad Current expenses and taxes paid 1919 48 offices he has tokens and that the Miss Elizabeth Barrett Rainbow them iu trust to be kppt safely invested edged to be superior to any machine Whites Preset iption Drug Store is Diusui oilier naam 1100 00 Miss Mabel Martin Bride Fractional paper currency nickels held iu them from time to time when in interest bearing securities the in- Â¬ hew Gas Company ever oflercd to tlie public feb22 4l already here Second street near Ihe and cents 43 27 Miss Ollie Gregory Folly aggregate Mr Frank Adair manager ofthe added together make an Garuelt House jaul8tf Specietender notes 3500 00 terest payable annually aud sacredly Miss Loula C Bronston Marguerite U sat 9500 00 H iitnoud Gas Works and Dr George of one hundred and forty three years devoted to tbe payment of annual sal Â¬ Pay Up MUs Jessie Williams Itedemptlou fund with US Treas Â¬ of Cynthiana Blind bridles W C Gormley urer 3 per cent of circulation 250 80 U Evan O of Richmond bnght last Iu many of these orders Mr Price has ary of the regular officiating pastor of Purity The milling firm ofE Forman Mrs Judge Wm Beckner of Winches- Â¬ Sou having clumped to that of For- Â¬ t k of Messrs Tarr Megibbeti of been particularly active and has been said church for the time blng aud to Total WBlSOW Tl rvYv VVtJ that are fretful peevish O honored with thehlghest positions they no other purpose This bequest being ter Night B uiIkhi cMinty the aforesaid aJVJWXJ Co all persons in Â¬ LIABILITIES tmnhlfc villi Miss M L Bronston Paper Flower man Chenault could bestow Of the Fraternal grand also made ut the iiistatu e of my wife Craze w ik Teething Pains or Capital stock paid In The jwiee jwld xrn 18000 debted to us will please call at niee Windy Colic 3X10110 00 Stomach Disorders can bo relieved tturpius lutiu- MiMiss Mattie M Chenault 7Vtiot Uu Oriental and settle Adair returned e Mudwy tfrom bodies of the Stale of Kansas iu which we being membets of said church aud Respectfully Undivided profits 324S7S7at once by using Ackers Baby Soother National Bank notes miiKtumim Iniati with Si0 worth of new Mr Price has held office he has served it being the church of my beloved Water Carrier Urmston H0U0O4t E Forman Sox It contains no Opium or Morphine Miss Annie Individual deposits HiiWfxit tnihMj- oiuVji ui Spinning cos- Â¬ uery ami the best of gas is to be ax grand master and chief executive of mother whilst living and of several tume hence is safe Price 25 cents Sold by United htates deposit 4T5 40 Deposits of U 8 disbursing ulHeera c ed the town so soon as the repairs eight of them to w it 33o Plow gear W C Gormley Co W G While Piescrlption DuggUt Mjss Anna Frazee Poppy of my children Due to othor National lUnks lifSHl Grand Master of Grand Lodge of A Baldwin can be completed Oue to Htnte Hanks and bonkers W is 00 I give anil bequeath to the vestry Â¬ Miss Mamie Fonnan Early Dawn Miss Mary Kate Greenway F AM Patronize Brooks the druggist men of Calvary Episcopal church of Total Syrnp of Figs ai3H 96 Aecideut Mrs Samuel Bennett Jr Daisy Gr High Priest ofGrChapterRAM Columbia and to their successors in STATE OF KENTUCKY u a Miss Lila Chenault Perdita O ThUsdsy afternoon Is Natures own true laxative It I as Messrs County ot ilnUlson 0 bo good things of this Commander of GrComdery KT office forever the sum of one thousand Gr Miss Lizzie lett Night VUIWWV if0 are sorrowfully let A D Rull aud E Turley were riding I CD Clienmilt Cnshlor of the nbove PrestGrCouiicilOrderufHJgliPrId Mrs Dr A Wilkes Smith Ker tucky the most easily taken ami the most dollars in trust to be securely invested named alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers above bank do solemnly satroir tlmt tlie t r ii jeIeson north street an acci- Miss Mary E Neale of Lexington effective remedy known to Cleanse the Lodge of I O O F iu interest bearing securities the In- Â¬ sialemeut is tnits to he best of my Gr Master of Gr Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia belief System when Bilious or Costive hapjeiied to Mr Roll to Indigestion and Constipation sold on a knowledge and C D In Gr ChancellororGr Lodge of K ofP terest to be paid annually aud ued Tambourine Girl Miss Bessie Miller Butterfly CHES AULT Cashier t rtins from North street Into Aspen Headache C0I1N aud Fevers positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents by GrMasterofGrLodgeofA OU W excluively iu part payment of the Miss Carrie Barbour Qneen Isabella Rubscrlbed and worn to before me this W G White Prescription Drought 14th duyof February ISSS R 1 Mr Rutfstiuck something caus-Â¬ Miss Mary C Burnam Wsve of the to cure Habitual Constipation IndigesGr DictatorofGr Lodgeof K of P rectors salary for the time being who 8 P DEATIUSKA OE Notary Public ii o liini to looe his balance tion Piles eta Manufactured only He was Mr Price has also been elected and shall officiate In said church a number Lea Business for Sale Correct Attest Miss Kathcrine Phelps Evening cos- Â¬ by the California Fig Syrup Company thriwn Hgaiust the gas post dislocat- - served as representative to the supreme AnHUKXA4 of the members of my family belong tume A large well established and pros- Â¬ i g Lis shoulder N B DEATHKUAGE Directors The accident was bodies of the United Slates from all of ing to the Episcopalchurch Miss Elizabeth R Crow Duchess of San Francisco Cat Sold by Stockton perous clothing boot shoe hat and tul a serious though a very painful the above named grand lodges except- Â¬ Willis 12jan ly jjevonsuire aud education of my In the furnishing business sale in tie Mr Rufl says h e doesnt mind ing the grand lodge of A F A M childreu rearing endeavored to impress Miss Jennie Fox Mt Sterling Old Messrs Crooke Bennett Urmstou gentswlde awako city of MtforSterling EEPORT OP THE CONDIIIOtf I have the Fashioned Girl lie hurt so mueh as being unable to aud the grand council of the order of upon them the necessity of cultivating Miss Denny of Garrard Peace have dressed their windows beautifully Ky with large new business rooms for F THE ride Lis machine for week or t we High Priesthood which have no su- Â¬ a mutual sentiment of friendship aud Miss Ruth Crow Time with spring uonds for pantaloons rent Lock box 56 30 days only it Miss Pearl Chenault of Lexington perior or higher tribunals regard among themselves as necessary Daffodil spring suits and light overcoats You Second National Bant Trwns toDreak Her Will to their comfort happiness and res- Â¬ AN Miss David Chenault of Lexington wont see a finer display iu the city j says telegram AT KIOHMOND Jake Ashcr and the Bailroad pectability I hope these seutlmeuts marguerite windows Han J Kellogg Walter of Nicholas Remainint unclaimed in the Pot IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY Miss Pattie Miller Marchioness A few weeks since the daily news- Â¬ may strengthen as they grow older fog purpo e of county j jlere offlce at Richmond Ky week euditig Mrs J F Stone Miss Delia Ramsey Forget Me Not AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS papers were filled with Jake Asher that they may not become entangled breaking a newly made will of his Feb 21 1888 Mrs Gerald W Willis Purity Will have on exhibition about March Alverson Abe aunt Mrs Pormllla Wllmore who in bis mountain home stopping the with each others business but as Miss Lucia Burnam Evangeline Carnes James 14U11 a full Hue MC Miss Sal KnabeJ let an estate of8e00 without remem building of the L N railroad going occasion demands help oue another Smith MUslie Miller Mist Mariawillie 1st stand on of New Millinery at her Uailey Mattie Co Kirke JagA old Breck Mattie McDowell First street No IS enjulu upon them to leave Mr Asber gives the I especially bering him aud leaving out u widow to Plneville RESOURCES- Chaperons NorterMiss Tomroie Mrs J T Shackelford feb 22 tf Chenault Ellen e J sister Loans aud discounts- She left 18000 to Mrs following reason for stopping it Ou nothlug undone to make their mother Mrs D R Fonnan Mrs M H Stock- Â¬ Cobb Green Nutchell Lizzie ssssonas comfortable aud happy during the ton Mrs J J Brooks Mrs Lizzie Shack- Â¬ Overdrafts 1011S 19 Ma tie Cook of Lawrenceburg Queen Victoria In all her majesty Estill P W Oanes Charley 3000 tbe side of the mountain above the U S Bonds to secure circulation- MJ0OG0 Patton B F Due from approved reserve agents to Mrs Phil Marks ef DauviUe and house be had planted about 400 apple remainder of her life that they antici elford Mrs Tom Baldwin Mrs R C cant even cure a chicken without the Harris Callie Tribble Mrs Mary Due from other Nuttouat Banks 5SI7 6S pate every want and be prompt at the Stockton Mrs Louis Booker Mrs Mary aid of Gauters chicken cholera cure Horner Jno T S3 0G0 to Maj Tuck Downing who trees which he had carefully nursed 817 55 Stockton Mrs J Speed Smith Mr R R Hendren Malinda TruehloodMiss A II Current expenses nnd taxes pald 131I1SUI HUCriUlIIKS 9812 OU managed her estate for twenty five and pruned and taken charge of in Instant to comply with every wish Burnam Mr G W Evans Mrs Capt which is sold in this place and warren Hill Mary H Tudor V K fractional paper currency nickels may express ihat they relieve her Neale Mrs J B Chenault Mrs A R ted to cure by Stockton year atidcenls Willis 927 Dr L C Wagner was made addition to hauling rich loam from the she It Jones Thos E Specie 19319 0 Advertised matter will be held two Legal tender notes admiuistrator ot the estate without coves and ridges in the mountains to of all care as far as possible of a Burnam Mrs Dr Poyntz Fifty thousand dollars worth of dia Â¬ weeks after dite of adverliement and ltedemption fnud with U Treas Â¬ U0UO0U The gentlemen were enrich the land ou which they were business character that they do not bond urer 5 per eeut of dretilatiou 1760 00 then if undelivered will be sent to tlie Col J WCapeiton Sir Wm Black monds ou exhibition atArmers N plowed Ihls impose upon her by permitting her to planted The L dead letter office Total Rinsing in Kansas 4I711-J0 stone 00 orchard with a great cut and laid In become entangled in their business A Grand Diamond Display Post office hours from 6 a m to 7 p Col O H Chenault Prince Charles The gentleman In lle subjoined par Â¬ waste hh orchard and the rich earth transactions Having devoted her UABTfTTTIES registered letter Capital At D P Armers Jewelry Empoiium M Money orderA aud to 6 v slock paid In J200 coo On agraph from the Topeka Kansas Capi Â¬ he had from time to time hauled entire life by every self denial aud II T E H Urmston French Courtier m hours prompt 7 M Surplus fundi- w UJ0 00 on Monday next February 27 Fifty tal was the senior member of the Arm The courts allowed him some mouths sacrifice to promote their interests aud sjo en Prof E R Charichoft Norwegian pm Undividedn protlts- WILLIS 7 Vollninl Thousand Dollars worfh of Diamonds Sailor J W Bell 4 Co In Riohmond I Individual deposits subject ago 8100 damages but the Railroad happiness they owe it to her to leave lo cheek lu Rings Studi Lace Pins Collar But 1 Due In other Nnlmnnl lt French Tipton Texas Stage Robber v i J W Rlf nriM nt nnr mnet nrtntilnr Company neglected to pay so Jacob nothlug undone to make the evening Due to State Banksaud bankers Prof R Tate Irvine Don Carlos tons Ear Rlng- - Scarf Pius Biacelet 45 and BucceNjtut vogue tnitlnesx men Â¬ walked down to the cut where the of her life blight peaceful aud con E T Burnam Egyptian Monk ias embarked iu the real estate bu i Tota Loose btones A rare opportunity to -- I7it-0 00 George Evans Jr Wm Tell tented without an anxious care to dis- Â¬ Gea STATE OF KENTUCKY with hUoffieeat the North west workmen wete laying track with bis W R Campbell of Mississippi Gen get something handsome and cheap c rner of Sixih aud Kansas avenue loaded Winchester In hand causing a turb her rest owstv op Mad isun ss Sadonia Oldhams Admr Dout fail lo be on hand Marion It r Ben a so weu atu- favorably stampede In the endeavor to get out I Jno 11 Walker Cashhtr ot the above VS E P Shelby Jr of Fayette county About a Colt kijowq io the people f our city aud named iKiuk oio solemnly sweur that tfan I1D Smith Harhis An The Thin U PftJ mMPsxt of the cut the Boss was run over and Gentlman WBl6CU jurroundiog eountry that further lu RinuMONl Ky January 21 1888 uaamil m- Madison Court Common Pleas f knowledge and belief W B Bright Federick IU uMduriiim through the columns ef the trampled on but that was no difference The Richmond Gas Works hare Editor Lexington Stock JFbrw A F Dudley George Washington All persons having claims against JNO B WALKER Cashier Jacobs Iital is unnecessary He has the lo get out was the thing changed hands and all persons owing the estate of Sadonia Oldham deceased C H Breck Jr Algerian Zouave To decide a bet we have agreed to confidence of all who have bad busi Â¬ motto Is this no money no work and -gas bills and accounts will please be are hereby rcqnlrtil to file the snme tdayof KetatarS Wm GrrgoryTurk you ness relations with him and with au leave the following have a iw says and has a colt sired by my to E B Hume Sir Walter Raleigh ready to settle iu full by Thursday with the undersigned court duly aud stallion Vatican cellent list of oity and farm properly he means just what he K B mjRLBVNotaryJnMlc Viola e predict that bis career as a lerra good Winchester to back him A 2 29 whose dam is nut of Harry JHH McDowell Turk March 1st as the new firm takes charge properly proven and verified on or C before the lat Monday in Maj 1883 Breck Jr nrraa dispenser will be atHweeseful number of friends have sided with Wilkes dam New we want to know jqrkbct Alien- on thatltays Steypolully Wallace Bennett Monk cue VtT TBYIS E 6COTT M whether the breeding of this colt te JM8 K Jacob Dl W I VlifK Prof W II Morton of Winchestet i feb 2 FHADAIK tDlreaon fP Alex Lusk while making prohibition Mjpeeoh In Laurel county V i PNESDAV FEBRUARY 1SS8 was very severe on officers for falling to do their duty In executing the laws lit lias a Metun power peanut He became bo warmed up that he laid aside his overcoat which was quietly II mip made nia tle sugar is on the taken possession of and levied on by weruiy biierm Randal as he had a ii arXet IImIa aIIm vnu BSnmsi uim tor taxes or Is what some something and A good graded he did not want to be our peojde are WHHlIng charged with ailing to do his duty TLe cousequence was the orator de Â¬ Xulional holiday bankf revenue parted without his overcoat Into the ai J jxist oBke ohsed te day cold night air H Stookton who ha Mr Matt be n in bed ever fciuee la t July is out Closed Hon Lou J Beauchamp who has m Mr J C Lyler ieatPinevHle and been lecturltu at the Courthouse ou tluks of reittoviHg te ihat crowing temperance for the past ten days clos- Â¬ ed the series of lectures Friday night 1 TaCf with a benefit Mr Beauchamp 0 Mmday 684 rHtuiidsfW nmliall been drawing crowds of people to has hear U Js passed through he lliohuioud him and has had some four hundred lSt Lflice people join the temperance cause Mr T J Callahan will sell Lis er Numbers of our citizens were delighted siua properly two miles from Whites with Mr Beaucharaps address and particularly pleased with Ids anecdotes futiiin tlie25lli as most of them were good aud well A number of the business houses took told The prophecy that Mr Bean an dvantage of the bright warm weatli champ would lecture to empty benches rto d UteirFpriHgeteaaiiig the night of his benefit when 25 cents John Robinson trig elephant got ad mis Ion was charged was proven xse on the streets of Cincinnati untrue He had a full house and s iiJay and took the tewu for nn the receipts for the evenings enter- Â¬ tainment was 9500 Mr Beauchamp In ur left Saturday for Cynlhiana where he Mr J C Paxrfcli of Hunts Clark will lecture Cl iiit j formerly of this p4aee has his ije oa Pliievilte and will probably fl m m Mr SobleSalo Capt P PBallard reports the sale of David Nbbe 3 J miles from town on Otter Creek on Saturday last as follows Farming Implements sold well 1 yoke common oxen 00 ISshotes 5 per head yearling inule91 cows 20 to 35 2 calves 15 each shelled oats 55 cents per bushel Farm of 112 acres rented to Jacob Hunter for 388 for the year of 53 Mr Noble and family will go to Illinois to live Â¬ nfit more of Harry Wilkes breeding Oliver Goldsmith 11 Adair Jcnteman Ifor with more of Harry WHkeabIood Prof O A Kennedy Louis XIV- In II than a colt sired by Harry Wilkes out of a mare with no breedJ F Clay of Pari Polish Prince C D Gruhbi of Mt Sterling Catholic ing that is connected to either the sire or dam of Harry Wilkes Br Priest Rodes Shackelford Spanish Cavalier answering the above you will greatly W R McDowcil Don Cxsar dc Ba oblige your friend zan is a WEALE K M Shaw of Lrxington Loins XV In the above there are really two J C Hughes French Count Will answer by answering questions George W Phelps Edward II them both separately R F Offutt Romeo Miller Ward French Marquis A colt by Vatican out of a half sla- Â¬ N V White David Davis ter to Harry Wilkes is not bred like C M Shearer Mephistopheles the latter Neither would a colt by Newland Jones Bob Acres no Harry Wilkes out of a mare of C B Hume Napoleon Bonaparte D R Shackelford Duke of Leister particular breeding be bredlike him MC Capt J A colt by Harry Wilkes has of Heath Dr T Shackelford Dr Brooks John M Foster J J course 50 per cent of his blood While W R Letcher C D Chenault Judge C a colt of Vatican nut of a half sister lo II Breck Louis Booker F M Green J Harry Wilkes has but 12j per cent of C Miller D R Korman G V Willis his blcod thus The dam of Harry R C Stockton Win Bennett Dr G W Evans R R Burnam J Speed Smith C Wikes contributes 50 per cent of his Powell J B Chenault J K Burnam Dr blood a mare out of her would possess Wm Jennings C E Woods Sam Ben25 ier cent and her produce would nett Dr A W Smith Dr A W Smith Dr S M Letcher Dudes possess 12 per ceut J- Â¬ 45 cents 55 cents atitclf sltigte thrvad noiseless sewing raa FRIDAY and SATURDAY chiue strong and elegant Ladies THURSDAY specially Invited to call feb 224t-- These four days only we will sell 4 Uutton length Kid Gloves for 45 cents Horses Shod worth 00 cents 4 and 5 Buttnn length Road Horses Trotters aud Runners undressed Kid Gloves for 35 cents shod in auy manner desired worth 51 Only a few more ou baud Ihavo an extra lot of at second growth timber for repairing all kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ ery a specialty All work guaranteed 3IAMM0T1I LOUISVILLE STORE Shop back of Brookss drug store feb22 tf 8febly 8 L MIDKIFF F Stone J Has tire Singer Cos chain TO DAY 0 ELn Wafchs3 -- li -- t5 H J STRENGS OI T KTt A a The Main St Jeweler n Is the place to go if jron want anything in Diarnonds Watch as Clocks Jewelry Fiihj Uokl IIeiMled Silk Umbrellas Gokl Headed Fine Razors Fine Poeket Kwive s CScvf FEB 14tli 1888 Cas Domestic Sewing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES -- BRlflG YOUR- ira - 55 i5 - v Old Gold tM5foJy gmgiS and SILVER and get new goods for f i o- it or the tos o -- A S j8-25- i- J A Higg in P GROCERY OH UPPER HMH STREET rrj New and fresh goods throughout ombraciitg the best brands and qualities 1 STAPLE S PAHCY aEOCESLXES Tomatoes anglO 1 Quecnsware Glassware Woodcmrre TOIB-ta-OOOX3 j3l DELS tjrj FEB 14 tli 1888 Peas Beans Peaches An Excellent Eoute Canned Goods such as Corn c 1 Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Tourists ousiuess men settlers and others desiring to reach any place lu Central or orth y li jj 11 p B 0 SE ulv fr era Montana Dakota Minnesota or Sound and Pacific Coast points should investi Â¬ gate regarding tbe rates and advantages oflered fay this route A rate from Chicago or St Paul to Puget Sound or Pacific Coast points 500 lower than via any other line is guaranteed HI STiPAUU fl tions r8t6ifil VllNNEAPOUS TO ChM Great HrfenH Accora-aK-a-R Pnt Â¬ tonBH RAILWAY tana Watertown Aberdeen 1 this road For maps or other Information ad Â¬ dress C H Wabrex General Passenger Agent SU PauiM1ntu0rII E TupprrDir Passenger Agent 23a South dark St Chicago Send for ne T map ol Northwest iTTLMon- Eliendale Fort Buford and Bottineau Dakota are a Jew ol tbe principal points reached via recent extensions ot The public aretnvih d to callon me for I J I Roofs and Shoes which I ni now celling at very low prices to make room for tn immense -- lgV I IIIVVIVI OF CINCINNATI ME SPECIALIST iFRIK 4 vl - win I JAnf V which I will have on in about thirty day I carr the following Throat and Lung made brands which arecelebrated custom guaranteed Affections Catarrh SccV 2g5 RE I O T and all Chronx Diseases of the Stomach J N Oloys Ladies A djiWreuX Liver Kidney and Blood Diseases of Ziester Bros Ladies Gents ODlill Ncrous and Spinal Affections General DebiKty etc will return to Drew Selby Cos Ladies ieliBioml about April 1st and remain one Week First day of isit will be devoted Bros Gentlemens to treating Piles Cancers and Tumors N Rest exclusively Send for Circulars Testimonials 1 etc D address 1 J II MOORE 31 H B Awtkonies Childrens Edwin Clapps Gentlemen Allen A Fla O 3ox 971 Cincinnati O Sfeb-eow-2-m gs Herr Grtods FE5B 13 1888 E B WALLACE jffCaH and 1 can tdww better than I can tell yen Aiat I am seJfing CHEAP Repectfetty C C WALLACE P S I am agent for X Y Seam Lawidrv Ladies nd Gentlemen work solicited jan iy et AND GCOTTR BUILDING ACT OR Is prepared to do all kinds of rs c AND CONTRACT WORK - ti - AT THE MOST JJ Reasonable nnd in the best manner Hates lie is a J-- dit diel thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder and those contemplat ing building will do well to secure an estimate from him Office at his residence on Uallie Irvine Street Juiic2 tf -1 W 35 L DOUGLAS GENTLEXELN A D RUFF 3 tbilQ6 LETTERS fr FE33 188S The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacts or nais As stylish and duraMe as those costing 5 or fit and having no tacks or mnls to wear the stocking or hwrt tbe feet stakes them at comlortahle ami well flaring as a hand sfucd shoe Bar the bet None Remiine unless stamped on bottom -- Mr L Douglas J3 Shoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the orieinai and ony hand sewed welt 4 shoe which eonals custom made shoes costing- from 6 10 to Â¬ V L DOliaUAS 250 SHOE celled for heary wear h unex- ffalclialcr Watches -- W L UOUGbAS SHOE w worn bv all Boy- - and is the best school shoe in the world AH tlie above goods are made in Con anJ Jeweler Eres Button and Lacs and if not sold by your dealer write W L IMHJGLAS Brockltn Mass DEALER IN JACK IRBBMAX Agraf Rkfcaewl Ky Clocks Jewelry Silver aud febi tf t JB HI iloted-ware- - etc Speefol giveH to h- Administrators Nofa 17 attention SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Ceasfc tks a lower ra to FacMe Coast loiota fie ttas Wanttofca tsdne rooW taoatsiMitsTtaaoTosnerMns Tnqntut n osrstow AccosBKortsiioos fint daM For MmasiM awty Tbe low Bates to FaaiSe jw aarwietit IilMwuu -s REFAIRIIffG Promptly done am Iu a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Sola and Silver Iff wicll it PaatiiaB Paaseas Aaest Wm AHITQBj Jfli ai v f - pmns denonoi Procured mcton I Wm G F bt ilen- - H tlie iPost ofltee IUeiBHwt Dont loreet the Ky i1a J6itr of Examining Corjxc I S Patert Offie 17 years en eiice Send jAWei or ntttfor rtftri as tm fate- ahUtjf Corrpondence solicited Wash Formerly y rV vtt i THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 TTeT 1886 And weve get something in H as a mease TTe lore H every nateate Sometimes Ks reeed Wbo sestrel eyes Straight into years are peeping Seaetass Warns it is so wise And sirau tfees tight fer steeping TVHa stages its dimplea bawls reaea on Te mamma when sees ntea K Its UembMcg Hps se sweetly peat If mamma ruees fey it OUH TREASURE rot a cradle In car hesse Thats fan as ensuing oometoes Ks gtalc aaa pearty tees Bight in Hs month are stiektec Sometimes aU by Kg seM H crews Ann eeos wfatte gay tetektag K when K M4es en mammas breast la tevtag arms that teM K We tcjte eeaz it from Hs Best Te bat a moment aoM H Its laewtagbeaa tarns as Mtosay Ne taask yen Here ray bHss is The mamma in isr teaaer way QnMe saathets it with kisses All any K ptoys wrtfa laaghter sweet An gives as seek a pieaewe We tMsc ear boom was net eematele Before w baa esr treaeare Whats in this eredle tfct we ewnt Yeall never gaess It maybe So m jest wMsser yon atone it is an angel baby Jt C Mbv i SttnSt Frte Vrtn A SYMPHONY IN LILIES A Complex Flirtation and Its Unex Â¬ pected Ending Wbttten-- for jtaa sSZ This Paper ELL I will go vritk you and se yor flower selling wM- - Ruthven rUing with characteristic grace ami languor bat I will wager dams ami W u the for the three of hs after the opera thai I fiad bo excuse for the e- ttMitiasNt jom iniiiressiofiabre fellows hare exhibited concerning Iter life epfe4alMii was hailed witk all Use Maro satisfaction by his friends for tlM reason that k had been so logde layed They had pestered him e the rmlaject every Bight for a week past mhI were qohe ready to believe him when he presently asserted that his eair object m yielding was to escape the htirdon of their importunities Rtfcve en the whole was rather t be envied thought his friends A asan whe poososood sufficient ef the RorWs goods to afford a simple soIh tian of the problem of existence and at the same time sufficient of talent to Beake him fairly eonspneions in the arena of letters was rather a BeveUyaad Rnthvena courteous bear ing proverbial generosity and un fWne wk easily pror rr4 Wur par du for the pretty cynieism with whioh he regarded er affoeted te re gard the general run of Heu and tMngs They were at his rooms now light airy nwk whose equipment if not Insurious bore evidence of the tenants exeeptional taste in the of artistic effect Btatter and waked rather impatiently while he rtiinod three cravats in the effort to achieve a satisfactory bow His toilet eomptotod they parsed out upon the etoeet Ruthren observing plaintive Â¬ ly as he dosed the door behind him that he was ready for the sacrifice His companions laughed lightly and set matches to cigarettes They were bath younger than he and an accurate observer would have said the pursuit of pleasure was more of an occupation with them than with Ruthven the latter however show Â¬ ing by Ms manner that he enjoyed their company It was not long beÂ¬ fore they turned and strolling down a quiet street paused at a signal from the youngest of the trio whom Xuthven addresse1 as George before a small shop in the windows of which were displayed a number of tatofully arrangod vases of lilies arm-in-ar- m THEr PASSES IK Xsrtor said George in a half w nicy or And you Rothven post yotweeU in the rear and observe her wMm I purchase me a botHontiiere ac h Thoy passed in Rathven who did was bidden observed a tall grave faced woman with a face of waaon whRenee and large jtenetrat ing gray ayes Her are was fall but of graeefui outline She was ar langing anoiher vase of lilies and Kuthveu foil te eomparittg the hoe of the sowers to that of the ladys hands xMuut beiBg able to render a verdict eMmr wny He Bote L also with reÂ¬ luctant admk atiea the wonderful Wu veios that served -- to enhance tho brUHanoe of two very delicate white wruias Gnorges oxlromely devotional at Â¬ titude and request for a ge Â¬ ranium spray was rewarded with a smile that exhibited a set of gleam Â¬ ing teeth rather too large perhaps lor perfect beauty but still effective When the geranium had been pinned in place George turned to bis com Â¬ panions Mrs Fx he said with deference let me present my friend Mr Mr and lie hesitated Rutkven rather sternly injected that young man advancing to the counter He felt he did set knew why that if George had attempted to eon teal hb identity under an assumed same he could have found the energy to kick Mm Mrs Fox slightly iaeHned her head with its massive coils of inky hair in acknowledgment of Ruthvens grace Â¬ He choose to leave the ful salutation selection of a button hole to her he Mid and felt strangely gratified when slat ignored a pyramid of brilliant rose bode and ail justed a liny spray of lHies of the valley in his dres eeat at the hhw time pinning back the lapel of hU Kght overcoat in order to protect the flowecs II looked down as she did and noted the tapering fingers and wcadarfuMy polished rojebad nulls at Is ir extremities A few remarks en ordinary topics and ic two left the shop George lin gnriig If hind an instant ae his ens torn wis for an individual adieu Jin In en glancing bark experieceed f nnaeeowntaiiM annoyance 1 1I111I otk lx l d ng the young was 1h an oiiir rj rciticly devotinal attitutt tv it nii iwi rarnatioB liw partei dazzling smile a 1 lx r l asked Georgf rxpivtaurir II i t h aim in that of his omjjin-ion hJ dr you think of lier Leyr JOLLY IRISH TIM She is hardly beautiful rejoined kindly pityingly IthoughtyonkncTr that I was Ruthvea slowly after a long pause Mr Rnthvcn sh said Bemlnlfcenees of an Eesntrle Member and I do not like masculine women married already of a Michigan Uattery And yet she preferred lilies to roses j Ruthvens hand crashed to frag- Â¬ Timothy McGtrile was a private m Yes I thlnfc that ia strict justice I owe ments a tiny earthen flower pot that be First M chigan Artillery Bat Battery K distinguished by being the yon the olams ami absinthe I should had been fingering nervously He was eaM your friend a symphony in lilies he finally hazarded I thought only Irishman of a company composed that that you were a a At the opera that night Rathven amazedly entirely of G irma is and by being a widow was rather more cynical and killed at M irietta G u according to You have been mistaken sir she t-minded than usual After the field surgeons report and yet com- Â¬ appelating a rendezvous with his replied still kindly What woman ing home with his batterv and landing young friends for midnight he lives who does not pity a case of hope-Â¬ in Detroit as fredi nnd spry as when less love particularly when she herself ho avoided them The many acquaint left I have been mar- Â¬ memberthe city for Itthe Potomac as a aaees whom he visited in their boxes is the object of it of Battery during the evening rallied him on his ried six years My husband is on the He was an embodiment f tho senti- Â¬ frontier with XJanoril Crooks com- Â¬ apparent indifference to the dual charm ment so lustily sung by all the soldiers of Sembrieh and Seaicht something he mand I expect him home in May Â¬ Whatever of pity there was In her that could raise a time in those stir was sever known to have exhibited ring times of war nnd hard tack before Usually on suoh nights his heart for him suddenly vanished ut- Â¬ Let the wide world was It will glance was axed immatably upon terly Somehow she felt after a Jll be gay and happy ttllL the stage and the expression of his scrutiny of his face that Ruthven Tim was always giv aud happy Hi face eae of unconcealed delight music could dispense with it apparently cared for nothing As a ho said with soldier In tho general meaning of tho Then may I ask being the one thing be permitted him Â¬ to what I am tt at- Â¬ term ho ha I not the least qualifica- Â¬ self to grow enthusiastic about To Â¬ gentle courtesy night his eyes scarcely loft tho pearl tribute your display of emotion is I tion but as a corarado and a general in the center of his sjirt front and his entered a few moments ago dispoler of the blues ho was a brill- Â¬ A good deal of hor sorrowful ex- Â¬ iant success browwerc aa abstracted puzzled as Had he boon charged with all the Ob itrts nothing peot that gave evidence of some intri- Â¬ pression returned cate problem under consideration with- Â¬ very much sir she answered weari Â¬ dp hing ho wore and lost and the cost ly only I must have 150 to morrow deducted from his pay ho would at in this day been in debt to tho Govern- Â¬ to pay two months rent Mr Tehis betrothed a sweet faced ment even had his wages gone on George I dont know his other name girl who sat with her aris- At least that is toeratic mamma in the center of the owes me 280 and I took the liberty of sinco his discharge parqnette he was as usual deferen Â¬ sending to him for it to night 1 did tho testimony of his officers Even tial yet gay witty bnt subdued She not like to do it because I know his haversack was not sacred to him had always as a matter of course con Â¬ hell pay me in his own time When it was well filled with provis- Â¬ sidered him the most brilliant as well Bat he has gone to Canada to hunt ions a comrade came to him and said 11m that is my haversack you as loveaWe of men and found no reason and wont be back for two months Tim looked at him a moment to change her opinion to night When they toll me Im sure I dont know have Begorra if that is so just he stood bareheaded atthe carriage winÂ¬ what to do I have no other bills that aud said take it and welcon c at the same dow and bade the two ladies good- Â¬ I can collect Ill on it was that Mr Rathven nban time unslinging the sack and handing night the big blue eyes of the youngor sione in the glare of the street lamp done all conscience and all principle it to his comrade Then he went hard by with all that a lover would and disburdened himself of this colos- Â¬ straightway to his Lieutenant to ask That officer for another haversack have them do and as the vnhinln sal lie w You shall have none I Ihad a letter from Goorgo this replied rolled away leaving him there the he announced calmly and have given you a dozen already yellow curls went down on the morning All right said Tim and walked mothers willing breast as their owner he commissioned me to hand you the away conUnted A few minutes after- Â¬ sighed forth the customary Oh 6um He drew a small book from his ward when the battery whs ready to mamma can you wonder that I love pocket filled out a check for the march Tim took his accusomcd place him Unaccountable as it seemed to him Â¬ amount and turning upon his heel and wilh a haversack slung over his But such a havers ark Ho self the following day found Rathven without waiting for a receipt left the shoulder at the flower shop on the little side shop And even in her joy at the re- Â¬ had takon off his drawers tied the street inwardly criticising that won Â¬ moval of her difficulties fair Mrs Fox bottom of the legs togeihcr stuffed his derful smihu II s was wotl known in could not stifle the reflection that for a rations into them and after tying the the noighborhMMl and the florist who disappointed lover Ruthven boro his top hung the garment around his neck had read his verses and had heard of terrible news with romarkablo equa bottoms upward Rsther than set up a tent or be bur- Â¬ his repeated refusals to 1m led thither nimity Ruthven laughed softly all the way dened with carrying it Tim slept on was a little surprise When the next home When ho reached his rooms tho open ground liierally no canopy day passed without his appearance he strode to his telephone and called but tho sky no covering but his blank Â¬ however concluded she that et O te night at one oclock ho rap-Â¬ was the last she would for 2007 Hello he remarked composedly ped gently on the tent pole of his see of him which conclusion called Whos there was very rudely shattered the ensuing when the desired connection had been Lieutenant What now That you Burton All right that officer Its me evening when he walked in and or Â¬ made Sbure sir its going to rain dered six or seven dollars worth of Ask Miss Grace if she will kindly step Tim and I want a pick and shovel to dig a lilies for his sweetheart And the to the telephone will you A long pause Then trench around mo so I will not get next day ami the next he came quiet Hello You intolerable nuisance very softly Yes it is L wet synieal and setf po65sed as ever His eyes said the officer if it does rain crawl He ordered flowers at every visit and No pray dont go away the most punctilious of critics could grew a little dim for he distinctly under my tent When going by wator from Cincin- Â¬ not have discovered the vistige of sen Â¬ heard the sound of a smothered sob Now nati to Nashville Butery K having timent in his demeanor toward the come quivering over the wire listen addod this unmitigated rascaL been ord crcd from the Potomac to the widow Ive read your note and can not un- Â¬ West at ono place the boat was un- Â¬ And she Well she had not hith Â¬ erto numbered among her regular derstand it Mrs Fox who is a veiy loaded to pass a shoal of several miles cultivated woman the men nnd horses going overland to notwithstanding customers any ns quite so distin gnfchodorqaite so handsome and she hor occupation has a military hus the deep water below Tim was in- Â¬ trusted to lead two mules The air was was tattered Any thing like famili- Â¬ chilly and the animals were frisky arity on the part of the joag men about When reloading the efficer demanded town who were her patrons such as Shuro of Tim where 1m mules were George for instance she rebuked and they wnnted to exercise a little with such unerring distinctness as to about six miles back and I left them guard against any possibility of its there I didnt wnnt to bo left when repetition But Ruthvens indifference the boat picked us up back there in piqued her and of course as any the wilderness for no dum mules wtunans will under such circumstances Tim was killed at Marietta Gu in her manner unbent to him just a trifh an artillery duel between Batteries K on that account the oonsequences and I of the First Michigan on ono of which was that Ruthveii him Â¬ sido and Battery L First Mi souri self unbent fractionally and seriously on the other Tim was holding tho He came oflener still His betrothed Lieutenants horse when a shell wont grew tired of lilies and bade him send through the animal and tore off part her roses for a change He sent her of Tims side and back The surgeon roses so many of them that she de looked at him as he lay nounded and dared she was tired of alt sorts of turnod away saying H is virtually Uowers and begged him to cease send Â¬ DREW A SMALL BOOK FROM HIS TOCKET dead N man wounded that way can ing her blossoms of any sort and come band who is coming home on furlough livo ten minutes Who n the skirmish of tenor himself instead To this day Ruth ven can Rot account noxt month To whom do I owe this was over Tim was still alive After throe days riding in tho ambulance for the fascination the widow exer duty you speak of Or in other words dsed over him Her conversation was did your friends tell you I was engaged with his batery lie was taken to the hospital He reoovercd and rejoined not exceptionally brilliant though to him or to her We being at this end of tho wire do the battery and was mustered out free from platitudes It was her smile not know what the reply was but with it and came back to Detroit posiMy or perhaps her good taste He may be dead now poor fellow the good taste which had led him to Ruthven after listening for some four bestow upon her that title of A minutes sent back but two words or he may be living for surely If tho They were at once and long after shell at Marieta could not kill him Symphony in Lilies he had vanished out into the street nothing but a blast from a dynamite It was not strange that his conduct 1 should give rise to comment His two the girl in the telephone oflico was bomb could en him 0ie thing is ring particular friends laughed hugely and trying to he him up to ask him why certain he is alivo yet in the hearts couldnt have politeness and memories of the Frst Michigan then grew grave as they thought of on earth enough to ring off when he was Artillery No two of them meet with Â¬ the yellow haired sweetheart ten through out exchange of reminiscences of Irish Vebe St Cyrix blocks away on the same street Tim C IS lioding in Detroit Free was it strange that a tale should Kr Press ANIMAL LONGEVITY come to the ken of the young lady her-Â¬ self But as often happens in such A Tarantula or Uncertain Age and a Ven Â¬ IN PIONEER DAYS erable Queen ISee cases the tale was so horrible in the In an interesting communication guise that it reached her gentle ears s Gi Traveled that being a young lady of impulsive by Rsv Dr H C MtCook before tho Slrinorlf of hathe iilleman Who 1337 Throu Northiroit in temperament as well as almost Qua- Â¬ Academy of Natnral Sciences on tho The iay we arrive i a Dubiq le wo kerish integrity of purpose she hesitat- Â¬ possibilities of prolonged life among put up at a bnanliu honse and tavern the lower orders of animals an ac Â¬ kept by Ca inon ed not an instant but wrote Rathven a Tho landlady count was given of tho life history of seemed to rm the whole business the letter in this way I have long noticed the change in a fine specimon of tho spider common- Â¬ kitchen dining room and office Here your demeanor toward me and have ly known as the American tarantula we rested up for a dav or two and been at a loss to account for it until The animal was given to him in 1882 maloa sale of our ponies a id wagon now I know every thing have by Dr Joseph Leidy It was then ap- Â¬ to Colonel Hempstead I believe Our learned it all from a source that could parently eighteen months or two years boss was d s Iicd to Cincinnati to not err Whether you love her or npt old and it lived in captivity until July make returns while the boys would there is a duty you owe to her beside of the present year At the period of skip on foo via Chicago back to their which that of yourself to me is very its death thorefore It must havo been homes In Michigan slight Do your duty by her what Â¬ at least sevon years old and may havo A Fuiton e put up with a man who ever that duty may be To know you been eight having thus attained the was naving his house fitted up for a false to me may kill me but I would distinction of boing the most aged grocery store rosidonce above and rather lose you knowing you to be spider known to science How long store below The lower room was false than to retain you knowing you this species and other spiders gener- Â¬ unfinished A carpenters bonch and to be a villain They say you are to ally live in their natural habitat is not tools with plenty of shavings upon marry her that she expects it If know but human protection in the tho floor a little box stove and some you have broken your vows to me at present instance probably aided to creon wood constituted tho furniture prolong life It was kept first in a Pointing to tho floor around tho stove least keep faith with her glass globe and aftorward in a wood he said Poor Rathven Here boys this is all I can on box with glazid sides and a sliding do for yon be careful nbout tho fire He elevated his handsome eyebrows drew a deep breath and emitted a loug glass door at tho top One end was We took lodging and put in a good low whistle Then he remembered sev- Â¬ filled with dry soil which was nights rest At daylight in the eral little matters he had not hereto- Â¬ slightly compacted and heaped up morning he came in and told ns he fore Hotieed Ha recalled certain words the other end was sparsoly covered could give us no breakfast Ho did of the widow that now seemed charged with earth It was at all times liber- Â¬ not expect another boat up tho river with deepest meaning though at ally supplied with water and its food until spring and his supply of provis- Â¬ ions was scant ho was afriid he would the lime they were uttered he consisted of livo flies grasshoppers had not accorded them a sorions and locusts During confinement the not have enough to carry his family thought But if wo took that oattlo He remembered that her tarantula shed its skin several times a through eyes were moist last night that her process ap parently attended withsome trail five or six miles wo would find a hand trembled as Heavens he was danger as it was during such a change settler who had lately come in and ho not vain but the woman loved him the creature died and onco before on guessed ho had brought provisions a similar occasion it was found ap- Â¬ with him Accordingly wo struck How stupid it all was to be suvj He sjt and pondered for a full hour parently dead though it aftorward 6ut After somo two hours brisk He did not often display emotion but revived It is possiblo that it was too travel we arrived at tho house ordered at the end of that time his face was much exhausted by long previous fast Â¬ breakfast and it was famished Tho ing to endure the severe strain which bill of fare was hot corn bread fresh very stern and his teeth were clinched Then he endJenly arose and went ont evidently is laid upon the organism In pork wild honey and coffee a good The spring of 1887 wholesome meal for footmen to travel He sauntered into the flower shop tho act of molting was a backward one and some diffi- Â¬ on Tho next day wo called for break As uanaL he was scrupulously dressed and the widow thought he had never culty was experienced in procuring in- Â¬ fast at a settlers near Sterling The looked so distinguished er so hand Â¬ sects for food from the immediate woman of tho houso said she could neighborhood The annti al supply of give us breakfast some but what kind of -- Giod grasshoppers and locusts was very money are you going to piy in evening Mrs Fox Our la e and it may be that had the spider cashier produced some bills upon a Good evening Mr Ruthveu Then he noticed that her lips were been strengthened by a few weeks New York safety fund bank She trembling and that her soft while genorous feeding previous to its last gazed at the bills and called to her son a youna man and told him 4Go cheeks were wet with tears He grew molt it might have been still alive In connection with tho general sub Â¬ and tell Harry to como hero an older deathly pale but advanced steadily to the coHiitrr The he noticed Hint ject of the prolonged life of insects son He camo staring at us suspicious-Â¬ she was trembling trembling violent Â¬ Dr McC ok stated that during a re ly and dosely scrutinized our money cent vifrit to Sir John Lubbock at his questioned ns as to who wo wero and ly in the effort to conceal her tears house in London he inquired after a what was our destination and finally He held out a prettily gloved hand queen of the fuscous ant which he had told his mother that he guessed all was which she grasped firmly enough sten in an artifidary formicary six right Aud soon we wero served with Then he spoke Mrs Fx he said calmly and very softly am 1 right 3 ears ago it being then eight years the best meal wo had partaken of for old H was thou told by his host that many a day in believing that vou love me Oar next point of Interest was at tho The perfect self possession that had it had did the day before having at of Widow Barrys tavorn jfibout ten miles characterlaad the widows demeanor the time reached tho wonderful until to night deserted her wholly more than thirtcon yonrs She was west of Chicago whore wo wero told that wo could not got to Chicago as She simply gasped What she Mill attended bv her circle of cnnrHor Some of these were licking the dead there had been no communication for almost sereamed It k to be feared that part ol queen or touching her with their an Â¬ four days Rscent heavy rains had Ruthvens self possession deserted him tenna and making other demonstra- Â¬ flooded nearly all of that big flat also But he had set hlmaelf his task tions as though soliciting her attention prairie immediately west of tho city r desiring to wake her out of sleep aud tho hard cold had frozen ico too and Ike the gentleman that he was prepared to go through with it to the 3t was cert duly a touching sight to tender for teams or footmen and not witness thse faithful attendants gar strong enough to boar up cither We end rmnding the dead body of one who told tho folks that surveyors had no I believed h did not say honod had so long presided over the mater Â¬ such word as cant in their diction- Â¬ you will observe that yon did and a short pause I came to ask you to nal destinies of the coloivyf and seek Â¬ ary and wo struck out for the liltln ing by their caresses to ovoko the at Â¬ town over the tender Ice The habit miiTy me The widows face was still the tention which never again could re of running lines caused ua to tako a which soon picture of astonishncn but she col- Â¬ sjioud to their solicitations Wo t bee linethe water led nslntnfrnnMp Where was bat a few Inches lected and smiled on him dtlpkia Ledger absenI Â¬ 1 j deep tho ice was rtrong enough to bear us up but as soon as wo came where the wator was considerably deeper the ce broke and let us down sometimes to our waists Somotlmes n e had to lay down and slide to keep from break- Â¬ ing through We finally reached tho sandy beach of tho lake fatigued and heated in tho upper half bnt chilled and benumbed below We hurriodly made our way homeward which we finally reached tho day before Christ- Â¬ mas Wo brushed the dust of the great prairie from our garments and proceeded to celebrate onr safo re- Â¬ Tin turn by taking in the holidays young people seemed to fairly lionize us on account of tho journey wo had madoaway to that river and upon the boundless praines inhabit d only by wild beasts and savago Indians dose to the setting sun Few of tho younger peoplo of Iowa and Illinois can now realize tho won- Â¬ derful change that has taken place since 1837 Michigan was but sparse- Â¬ ly settled at that date and Northern Illinois was only surveyed into town- Â¬ ships and ns for Iowa tho Indians held sway over all except the Black Hawk franchise and I bcllevo that was only a strip along the river about fifty miles wide Seeing such a vast amount of vacant country wo natur- Â¬ it impossiblo for it ally thought to become settled and fully in Â¬ our day and gen- Â¬ in habited Where could tho people come eration from to fill np this Immense void of Thass were three great Territori reasonable conclusions thon but the experience of the last forty years holds up to our vision a very different his-Â¬ tory In this connection we are led to inquire where iho territory is that shall supply tho Westward bound eraigra lion for tho next half century if emi- Â¬ gration continues any thing like it has been for the last fifty years I would here further say that Indians wero numerous upon that part of Iowa rt Wo met tho time we wero surveying with detached parties of Wlunebagocs Menominee Ch rokccs Sacs Foxes Oiages and Sioux They appeared to The be hunting in small parties game was plentiful especially in the vicinity of tho Turkey timber We saw deer elk gocso ducks brant and prairie chickens in fl icks too numer- Â¬ E O Cole in Du- Â¬ ous to mention buque Herald RECENT Thine INVENTIONS in Here are a number of inventions which do not need long descriptions A small round rubber mat with littlo spikes all over it ou which the cashier drops the silver change and from which the customer easily picks it A cheese cutter consisting of a knife by which tho grocer can with certainty cut ten ounces from the cheese whenever the customer orders half a pound A balloon which carries a lightning rod high in the air over an oil tank A cigar selling machine that drops out an all Havana clips the end off and exposes a match and a piece of sand paper whenever a nickel or lead blank Is dropped in a slit in the side of the machine A nose protector Idaho invention by which a woolen pad is snugly car- Â¬ ried on the end of tho nose in cold u cather An electrical boot blacking machine in which a brush is rapidly revolved in The whirling a nnn rotaing handle brush brings tho shine in onc tcnth of the time of tho old vibrator elbow method A rubber f unnol which may bo fitted over the head big end up so as to in Â¬ close nil tho hair whilo tho barber shampoos a customer A tubo hangs down behind so as to carry away the suds while I ho hosi for flushing out the hair funnel and tubo is provided it is the invention of a German barÂ¬ of Tleauty and tTaefulness and Trifles LIcht as Air ber A monster bicycle with places for two men in a basket swung below the axle who opjrito tho machino with levers geared to tho axle A decoy duck with a variety of de- Â¬ tachable hen Is An air pump to forca oil from a tank on a ship over a stormy sc A fan rotated by the wheels of a baby carriage to keep tho flics off the baby A device which will prevent tho most restless individual from kicking the clothes off the bod It is the in ven ion of a Calcaio woman A new gun with a battery in the stock an I carlr des which have coils of platMium wire whero tho cap i Pr ssiug the trigger connects the coil with the halt cry A co bined rocki ig chair and cradlo MEN GROWING BIGGER Heasaremenls TaWrn for Thousands at Garments Indicate This Last spring I received a letter from an English gentleman who is interested in anthropology and bioogy asking me if there wero any facts to sustain tho impression abroad that the white man is deteriorating in size weight and condition in tho United States It occurred to me however that since by far the greater part of the men of this country aro clad in ready made cloth- Â¬ ing the experiono of the clothiers might be valuable and that from their figures of tho average sizes of the gar-Â¬ ments prepared by them for mens use very clear deductions could be made as to the size of the American mam I therefore sent a letter to two clothiers in Boston who have been long in tho business one in Chicago one in New York one in Baltimore one in Detroit one in Texas and one in MontreaL The information received in return is to this eficct In any given 1000 garments tho average of all the returns is as follows Chest measure 38 inches waist S3J inches length of leg Inside 32 inches average height ranging from 5 feet 8 to 5 feet 9 In New England up to 5 feet 10 for tho average at the South and West A few ded uctions of weigh t are given from which one can infer that the average man weighs between 155 and 160 pounds Theso measures cover the averago of the assorted sizes of garments which are made up by the Thero aro a few small men thousand so called who buy youths sizos and a few larger men who buy extra sizes My correspondent in Chicago states that so far as relates to tho assertion that the race in this country deterior-Â¬ ates our experience teaches us that the contrary is the case We aro now and have for several year3 past been obliged to adopt a larger scale of sizes and many more extra sizes in width as well as length than wero required ten years ago I find that occupation and residence have a great deal to do with the difference in sizes the averago of tho sizes required for the cities and largo towns being much lcis than that required for the country Again dif- Â¬ ferent sections vary very much in those For instance an ex- Â¬ requirements perienced stock clerk will pick out for the South and Southwestern trade coats and vests breast mcasuro 35 to 40 trousers always one or two sizes smaller around the waist than the length of leg inside For Western and Northern trade coats and vests breast measure 37 to 42 trousers 33 to 40 waist 30 to 34 length of leg inside My correspondent in Texas gives the average 38 inches chest S3 to 34 inches waist 32 leg measure 5 feet 10 inches Wo find that the height adding waist measure has increased from an averago of 32 to 33 inches during five years and we think our peoplo are beÂ¬ coming stouter built My correspondent in Baltimore had previously made the statement to wit Since the late war we haye noticed that tho average sized suits for our Southern trade have increased fully one inch around the chest and waist while there has been no apparent change in the length of the trousers I asked this firm if the change could be due to the fact that the colored peo- Â¬ ple had become buyers of ready made clothing but have for reply that tho fact that the negroes aro buying more ready made clothing now than provious to the war accounts only in a small de- Â¬ gree for the increase of the size but is due almost entirely to the increased activity of tho whites The experience of this firm covers thirty five years My correspondent in New York states that for tho last thirty years our clothing numbering at least 750 000 garments yearly has been exeju sivcly sold in tho Southern States We find tho average man to measure 37 inches around the chest 32 to 33 around tho waist 33 to 3i inches of leg inside average height 5 feet 10 inches The Southerner measures more in the leg than around tho waist a peculiarity in direct contrast to tho Western man who measures more around the waist than in the leg My correspondent in Canada gives the following details experience cov- Â¬ ers twenty years about 300000 gar-Â¬ Professional Cards JCwlIkcir Smith D D S LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY TIME OF aad ihe January Xytrl in October County Cwt of Claims 2nd v MASONIC iFFIfE Main street two doors In July Jiiiie22lf above Second Richmond Lodge-- No 25 meets 2nd County court nrt moiui 4 and 4th Tuesday in cch monjh month R C STOCKTON W M DDS CMORGAN BJ NiwtoN secretary time Of jiolwb crrv 50 s Plrst Saturday J every mon l S OFFHE Main utreet over Madi Â¬ Richmond R A Chapter No r6 Batik Rfcliinomi Ky COUNTY OFFICERS son National meets 3rd Tuesday in each month June 22 tf County Judge J C Cbenau J SrEED SMITH II P County Clerk Thomas Thorpe W E Hay Secretary DR J M POYNTZ County Attorney J A Suli an Sheriff N B Dealberage RICHMOND COMMANDKRY NO 10 8URGEON AND PHYSICIAN JaSer George V Maupin in each Regular meeting first Tuesday Coroner Alexander Norns OFFIOE Second street next to month Visiting Sir KnighU arc courteSurveyor B F Crooke jue22if White- Ding Store ously invited to attend Assessor John y McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs J SPEED SMITH D EVANS M G Eminent Commander Million CJTY OFFICERS SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN D P Armer Recorder City Judge II C Rice OKFICE Hecond street Cfcy Attorney A J Reed juiif22if Cky CoMeoter R A Barlow Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksvillc City Ckrk Wm G Wht meets Saturday evening before the full TAYLOR DR moon in everv month CITY rOLICE W P PRE WITT W M Practitioner In Medicine and Burger J D Feeey and Everett Be RICHMOND KY J M Smith Secretary CITY COUNCIL OFFICE Second streetover Dykes J D Mitchell Mayor juue22t Grocery Store Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston First Ward J Stone Walker meets Saturday evening before the full Second Ward G W Evan DR JOHN M moon in every month THrd Ward Owen McKee W BALES W M Fourth Ward J V Cape to- J MAIN STREET T C Witt Secretary Next Door to Liixona Up Stairs JUSTICES OF THE PEACEC NSTAB s Residence at Willis House Waco Lodge No 33 at Waco meets PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLr 22 tf June 4th Saturday in every month OOVRT W D RUCKER W M -- FEBRUARY ROBERTS MAY At ui T MONTHS DR W T Fieluer Secretary NOVEMBER Offers his professional services to the John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at public Richmond District No 1 D P A Office in drug store ou lower Main Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every at Court House 3rd Wednesday ttr month July27 ly JOHN HILL W M Richmond Ky Street WHHs at Court House ut ba- - Ja John G Taylor Secretary I yman Parrkh Constable DR U C AMBROSE Foxtown District No 2 G B M -Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox JFIEX-Z-SIl2ST town meets 3rd Saturday in every month at Kingt Store 3rd Monday Rc Kanatzar in Buffalo school I ol SANTFORD OLDHAM W M 4 FORD KY Saturday J S Chenault ConstaV Jacob II Shearer Secretary Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af-Â¬ t Union Dktrict No 3 Albcr ternoon Berea Lodge No 617 at Beiei meets at Union City 1st Saturday J J2 tf June 1st Saturday J C DAVIS W M Turpin at Deylesville 2nd Sr z -S W Pioc Secretary W A Williams Constable AY SEXSM1TH M D T Elliston District No 4 Win D I00F PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON V at Waco 2nd Saturday J Lodge No 14 I O O F Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday 1 x Madison WHITE HALL KY night at Odd Fellows Oldham Constable meets every Monday Offers his professional services to the llallon Main Street Yates District No 5 T J Cc c aug17 lyr public WF FARLEY NG Lre- C Kingston 4th SaturJay Secretary Frazee -- HOLDING ljARTEK r iiXTV cntiRT Gfuarterlv Court fourth M t S3 5J jJ J Â¬ - W A-i- TJ FOSTER PHIL -- O I -- DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY LJ Maupin lii- - professional nervices to Offem lie public Offk m Powell ParrishV Aug 17 tf J F CORNELISOV MC IlRATU C0RNELIS0N HEATH Practicing Physicians RICHMOND profe wlnna oflVr llielr public KENTUCKY service o llir 4Janly DR OnVr GILES HARRIS WACO KY Jau4tr his professional Mervices to the v Ray at Kirksvilie 3rd Saturday Fowler Constable Poosey Dktiict No S J N II Vat Cottons Store 3rd Monday Chandler at Reagans Stored 3rJ f r S D Carpenter Constable KMGIITS OF HONOR Million District No 9 J M I Amity Lodge No 515 K of II meets Aeverly Friday evening iir Odd Fellows Stapps Store3rd Tuesdy by at Holmans More rd Hall at 7 oclock lames A Harvey Constabe W B BENNY Dictator James Tevis Reporter 1 -- Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No 3 meets second Thursday in each month at Odd Fellows Hall R A BARLOW Captain L J Frazee Clerk Boone Encampment N040 meets every Glade District No 6 Jame M V first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Hall on Main btreet Richmond Ky loway at Whites Station 1st S W D ALVERSON C P R G Ballard Contabte L J Frazee Scribe KiiksvHIe District No at Kirksvilie 2nd Saturday A rc George Young Constable at Speedwell 2nd We -- jj Ml r CHURCH DIRECTORY WJB 33 K3 AViUi public BAPTIST UNABRTOG ED or without 1atent IaCs un -- ments a year 2 S3 33 SO Breast measur- e- S3 32 S3 St 35 36 37K39 Waist measure per 1003 of Cut these sties v 80 ICO SO 240 140 GO 63 20 Average weight 113 130 161 1GS in ISO 303 3 for each Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru pard PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson RltHMOND KENTUCKY Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas Offli mi FirM Street janly toi Rev L P Johnson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding M D Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble H Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunda Pastor T L Lawson sLlYSIUIAX and SURGEON Brick Church 14th Saturday Kirksvillc RICHMOND KY and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake over street Second OFFICE Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday White- - Diug Store and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor giwii to Microscop Â¬ Kev Preston Blake HpecUl atenilmi 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M LETCHER Smj j Tour Attention I Invited to i e U 5 La 3 chasing the latest issue ol t3TJL -- c A A Dictionary W BRIGHT containing 30ra more wnrds an i near illtutrationsthananyother American rrrm zx L Gazetteer of the World over 2SnniTitIeii with eontslnin alien and a vast amotmt cf other infur recently addedj aad tf rr- a r - A tiling Biographical Dictionary Ci pronunciation of names an J Ir concerning nearly lOjOOO Noted Perscas a 3 various tables giving valuable infumuL z j TURNER AH in One Book Websters Unabridged Dictionary Is reeesPt J -3 ed by the State Superintendents of Sch States and by leading College Presijerta r J United States aad Canada It Is Standard Aa thoriry with the United States Supreme C T and In the Government Prlntine Oflce I u beenselectediaeveryeasewhereStatePc arrt have been made for Schools and is the ary upon which nearly all the school tcckjtrt is t Get the Latest It Is an Published by G andBest CO Attorney at 3Law J A SULLIVAN ET invaluable companion In every S and at erery Fireside Specimen panes arJ testimonials sent prepaid on applicaLc iC MERRIAM SprlngCeld Mass US t indecriball A co bine I kitchen vnntilaor and clock winder boing a di vce for con- Â¬ necting he ventilator wheels ooiimon ly piHcedin windows wilh the family clock K Y Sun EDIFYING CONVERSATION How a Dakota Tonorit Artlit Entertained a Treinblinj Victim ac bdi-ft-l- f I dunuo whaixgoi inoiuo to day said Iho Dikota barlier as ho stropped My hand is so unsteady I his razir cant h rd y do nothing I that so anxoitsly inquired tho customer from he chair as he peered over his lower eyelids Y s all of a tren be C it the last gentleman in th throat ho contin- Â¬ ued as he swept t tel down one side of th- - victims fice Steady ci stonier hacd to lose nim too You ou didnt kill him I hope askinl the subject Dmt know yet friends took him home V ry unco fortable though to turn to reach for ihe lather brush and have tho blood sq drto it of a cus- Â¬ tomers juggler vein into afellers boot log went on the operator as ho rounded tho chin a d took a swath down thetbnat I hate to go round with my boot full o blood liable to catch cold when it c ds off ihe human sacrfico only gasped but could not speak The executioner continue I It looks bad too for a first class shop like this un to see io 4 a- - quirtr ing all over every thing Apt to dis- Â¬ courage other customers too ho con- Â¬ tinued as ho stepped around behind pulled the victim a little higher up on the rack and executed some rapid up sfrokos on his throat You probably wouldnt a got in tho cheer if youd a seen how hal mans neck looked Be-Â¬ sides I hate to havo my towels aud cheers all got blood an it makes tho floor slopjiy ho w nt on as he rolled the sufforors head this way and that and 1 id tho cold flit nido of the razor on his throat an it nlays gives mo such a start when the stream strikes me to turn round an find the cus-Â¬ tomer a layin in th chocr tryin to holler an his win Ipipo cut off short I alays makes mo noro Irorably than I was afore I aint what I was fore I cut that last man If I dont steady down portly quick Im going to Jay off You dont know how it breaks mo up to see a man rollln round In the cheer scaticrin blood nil over the oilier cus- Â¬ tomers as aro lavln stilL Cioo shave sir No All right sir No tonic for tho bald place sir Youre bald aa a lamp shade sir some like it that way though There you arc Mr fifteon cents plcaso dont stop wliero that other gentleman rolled out of the cheer an laid an blcdf Ckfcaao Tribwi My correspondent in Detroit says We notice marked peculiarities in re-Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY gions where dwell people of one na- Â¬ OFFICE m Flrt street same as The Germans need large formerly occupied by County Judge tionality waists and short legs the French small Miller oct6 ly waists and legs the Yankees smalL waists and long legs the Jews medium SCOTT waists and short legs We have found decided demand for larger sizos than a Clothier and Furnisher formerly RICHMOND KY An Interesting Discovery Office ou Second Street June 22 tf Some wonderful teeth weighing five pounds each and measuring nineteen CS inches in circumference wero plowed up lately by William Fisher of Clachan in a low field on h s farm Several RICHMOND KY years ago this field was drained of a Ollce mi Second Street jine 22 tf body of water by which it had been covered and later on a heavy fire over-Â¬ A spread it lowering the surface a few feet By investigation the teeth and their fossil accompaniments huge prsicthv in Miiill onaiil adjoining bones five feet long evidently belong Will iex iiinl In the our Appeal- to a species now extinct nnd classed iiilim Oftiof In Mailer funimkvioiierH by S G Gooderich as dinotherium niee ver iriUfr Clerk ulller which he describes as an herbiverous juiie22ll quadruped twenty feet in length and holding an intermediate position be- Â¬ tween the mastod n and the tapir The fine enameled surface of these gigantic teeth and their forked prongs which must have protruded fully eight inches into the monsters jaw is an object of great curiosity Other discoveries of a similar nature havo of late years been SMITH Ascent made in that vicinity but this of Mr Fishers is the most recent and most KUUMOND KY interesting London Can Advertiser v ti - or HXHl Mee ll kl-i- li I na Kfnii ll iin mill A casket presented to the Queen of 1 iI ti Mi t England recently worked by members I J ll - - C viiii n A Mitchell OmVof the Society of Deco ative Art Nee- Â¬ dlework it made of Wood covered with Clotti i -- i r- green velvet which is divided into panels and beautif utly embroidt ed in 11 O s - 1HIWE FO V silk andgoid thread Tho ornum nta tion consists of conventionalized flow- Â¬ ers and gold scrolls he royol arms and monagram on the front and a short inscription with the date of presenta- Â¬ tion on the back The casket stands on eight gold feet Attorney at Zaw TJ Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father Haley II II 73iSeiii U7 llllia k rfrflf mum ISS 18 i v 1 mnim Wj 11KR1I 1 S a2S32 23 910 t 1 T DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden 5th Sunday PastorEtd J W Harding Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor Elder Colier Kirksvillc 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Jos eph- - Balfew Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4U1 Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds Richmond Services everv Sunday Sunday school at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings Pastor Prof C- - P Williamson Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder I H Reynolds SSr3353 lizpprffi- - H 3 3011 BUWi litsrr ia I33rhhmuis I ills n1 is is a Si 7 8 Si a U 41 11 S6 343 ar H- -- i I atora sjaoa ljr3 si moiii wisiiT is 4 1 111 lilill 5 Itl T S IM UlM17 ft rUKLi una is asss X 1 12 1 M -t T 1 1 S li iT lii t win n 17 IS IS Attorney at Xsaw al iiir u 5Sn SIMMITIill sas3 2 3 41 f 10 111 is r IS K 9 -- sxastzystBGaA Attorney at Law J REED POWELL hat I7ES t 71 il BM is ismiii SKUiseiu SSi3 5k fee 3 3011 X 1 Willi 14 II 7 I1 13 14 Z asau 39J1 i 31 i i5 78 null ISIS USfi SSI stasias 3K 11 uu Ul I 9 M 11 IS IS 17 1 141 1 Si 7 zttssspass 3 34 3 31 1733 39 IS 19 13 14 30 21 r S Attorney at Law EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Service every Sunday morning and evening and on Pastor Rev W-- Y Friday evening Shrppard GALT -- - HOUSE KY el LOUISVILLE METHODIST REAL ESTATE INSURiLMCS IsPEHD - i- Colegc Hill Centenary M E 1st unda morninjr and 4th bunday mora iU dntt night Prayer meeting every al- Â¬ to 4 Per Day ternate Wednesday night Sunday school cery Sunday morning Pastor Erd J F G rider According to rooms College Hill M E South 2nd Sun Turkish and Kussian UutL ia la v morning and night Prai er meeting eery alternate Wednesday night Sun Hotel da m h ol every Sunday morning Pas Â¬ oct28 ly tor Rev D P Ware KirkkVtile Pastor Rev S W Peeple Pr iviienee st and 3d Sunday morn- Â¬ Ia tor Rev J A Henderson ing Ulh ichmon Sunday school T J Scott Superintendent Services eve in jod 4O1 -- umay mornings at M am every Sum ay nichtat7P FIELD- M Pastor Rev I A Henderson The Largest and Fines t II in the city Rates25o -- 9o SIEIEIDS PCARROLL GRASS AND PRESBYTERIAN Itctiir SuiutayK PCWELLFORMAN cing House 2nd and 5U1 Fire liisiiriiiire Inr 0 2- RttWm Crow Richnonrt First Srr vico every Sun- Â¬ day Iikter meeting Wednesday nights Ftmian Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksvillc i tand 3rd Sundays Pastor Largest and most complete stock Bat Central Kentucky Our moi o Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices jantl iy 77 and 79 W Main bt LxxiHGTOX Kt m William Ulysses Scott a seventeen-year-o- ld public school boy of New York has developed the genius of a lightning calculator Young Scott can answer any question in mathematics almost as quickly as it is put to him bnt he doesnt seem to know how he does it His teachers have racked their brains to find problems too hard for him to solve but as yet he has entirely baffled taem To their inquiries as to how he docs it he only answers I dun know Copxnis We rcprtfent the fotoin nre nnd solicit your nlionpc on 6o 323 00 13 653250 00 - ni3P RichmondtSeo nd M Psn v ior hapel Rv i Servicei 1 1 AM lUmilton ami 3rd Sun iver cvk Office for rent for Bent WGWHITE GuiriKanol dnJoo Assets Qneen of Liverpool Gcnnan ol Frei port Commercial Union ol London Firemans Furf of Cal Total Fund PoweUV ml Formnns dec 38 iv - 211611400 Font nd an 4th Sutdars 030 A and 4 P M Sunday School PM Pator Rev L II Ulanton D D M janit Front room over Whites Dn g Ssff Apply to U n701 103 00 2048842 00 m Form n Powku A colossal stick of lumber from Puget Sound has been contributed to the Mechanics exhibition at San Fran Â¬ ANNOUMUf-l-vieA- J cisco Its length is 151 feet and it is Thin Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ 20x20 inches through FOR CITY JUDQK ber Itis believed to be the longest piece of iumber ever COMM N 1LRAS COURT PurMiuni to a time honored euMinni turned out of any sawmill of iliy paft I hereby Hiilmiiiiee my Judge T I Scott m m seirnciiiute for le elect Ion tnaiiir Master Comroiioner S E Scott No mailer how stablq pur cur office of Police Judge of the city of Clerk W H Miller rency may be gold is always afa Richmond Kv suMect 10 Hit tunrn HOLDING flf ihe Democratic part v Eecilon I TIME OFMonday COMMON MEAS COURT premium wheri tho dentist lnndl It in- - January Kr 8atiinliv r RexiietilfHlK 1st MofiiW Fuck in June and 3rd Monday lii October jf- janaStde H OIU0 - at 55172722 00 on Sctoit Strtf t Bonanza Ruihr MHU ofiici- - Itewantea are those w3 re thev Ihfiintul th n ni MADISOX COUNTY DIKECT0RY flmt hnHorabJV em iran that will not take t c inear iiomes awl families The pr cinci IT COURT Z uiadeami are now Hiking sevrra dollars a monlli It 1m wwy ncs ES Jufge J R Morton dav wti Commonwealths Attorney Brors- - I IiQRicei ttund iinwantx est lie to work 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