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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mKMMm mim -- m- y y- tj I -- rt njjPCgg 4 If L- - i i laHKME 1 1 irmt Shows tlwouW P P Sjjb5 C351J-eCpy-55iJie5p5- Jlji j 1 7 TOLTJMB I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 29 1888 THSJ NUMBER 37 AHTEE5 CHICKEN UEW PRI CES ANNOUNCE THAT TWEtB GOODS ARE ELDRE BOB9 The Busy Bee Gash Store Has Just Opened the Most Extensive Line of Cholera Cure SEWIK8 MACHINE WJTU Me sell them Goods Laces ever brought to Richmond and their Popular Cash Prices have been placed upon each ami every piece of Ihe new ha portntlou You can buy anything you may want in tiie above line of Roods from us 25 per eeut cheaper than anybody etee will Mm Hamte AND ALL KINDS OF Mm M Alomtici OUR ImE3 OF SPRIIff G- STYLES IIS Z3REISS GOODS cheapest ever oflered We carrv the liest and most complete stock of Trunk Vilises Window Shades Shoes ami Bnnfl CmtMmc ami Notions ot ail kinds ever brought to Richmond and we cm save 3011 money on eacli und every HHe of good we entry Dont fail to uet our Popular Cash Prices on Clothing Hoots and Shoes etc before purchasing as you stand m yew own lljlit if you do We thank our many friends and patrons for their past favor and earnestly rtqust you all to call ami see oar Spring Very Respectfully Stock of Goods and save money for yourselves is complete and consists of everything that is desirable both in Dress Fabrics and Trimming call and see these goods ut once We have added to our CARPET STOCK this resnon and now have the most complete ami best peieeted STOCK OF CAUPJ3TS In Richmond We can buit iou in style and quality and our prices are leuml to suit as they are the NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION J The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices THEIR READY MADE CLOTHING from an Overcoat to a Necktie Eat men and thin men need not fear thac they cannot be pleased consists of the latest patterns and best materials Men Youths and Boys of all sizes can be furnished with everything in the Clothing and Eurnishing goods line of dollars worth of W rraTaaTa5Vr chic sens die every year from CholMo a era It is more fatal to chickens than Ihe 1IDHEBBE 3 is sold with the all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that fosithtly guarantea of leing the BEST cures it has been made and to be conlhat cut be HADE vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarAGENTS WANTED anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned JJKLVIDERE ILLS and your money will be refunded Fcb 22 6m STOCKTON WILLIS ShtiiV Thousands Â¬ Â¬ RAMSEY Jlin22tf OLBHAM Â¬ Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store A Delightful Stock of Hats Library Lamps Hat Every land and style of from the finest silk to the cheapest felt out 24 ly HEW STOCK OF HARDWARE NEW PRICES NEW STYLES AS WELL AS A NEW YEAR OUS7 ShirtsNoin Profusion and Great Variety house in Central Kentucky carries a better stock of shirts A SPLENDID LINE Boflprs Silver Platefl Knives anfl Forks iiiackelford -- Gentry Co The Prises W OF NECKWEAR MERCHANT A TAILORING MITCHELL feb8 ly ask yon to call and see them in their elegant new house on They can not be surpassed in style or upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last workmanship at August THEY HAVE THE- Very best material employed in their man- Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky ufacture They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than they had in their old quarters I Quote Â¬ Like T cant Yon if you see them because you help it jeif -- FIRST CLASS CUTTER of years of experience and a competent corps of tailors together with a ley Are Precisely Our stock of Queens Avare and Glass IARGE ASXB CHOICE STOCK OF SUITIHTGS AlffB TTOUSERIEIGS ware and especially our Decorated Din in both Foreign and Domestic Goods enables Covington Mitchell to compete with ner- and Tea Sets is lull and attractive BEST GRADES OF all houses everywhere lat tot Aid Lot For Sib -- a UJ - 5 5PSZ25L Jm aVHBBCpUy Where Are You Going Whendoyoartarf WherefWHa Hownr What amount ot freight or la your party bjgago have 708 What route do yoa prefer Upon receipt of an aniwer to the above qae House and Lot on Estill Avenue for sale Apply to A C Glowers or G White at Drug Store jan25tf ttoloveatB B phKtm or mi AH vrid Moum you will be fnmisbed tree of txpe A rate wtt also 1TDBJ4 caB COVINGTON TM GROSS and other Staple Groceries Goods June2J tf COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned HARRISON MILLER Has opened a Furniture Repairing and Upholstering Shop recoud door from CUTHERSON LEY the Post office next to Htmleja Livery LEXINGTON KY Stable All work done nt reasonable STOCKTON rates Laying Carpets A Special Â¬ Agents For Madison County Tdectf ty sep28 ly stvo trouble time aod money Ajgnts wM ta person where nccotgiiry Parttaa ao ready to answer above qncottonn sfeouW est ettt pn serve this notice for future rote wee V and may txicoffle nelttL Address C H yfxwtan General Passenger Agent St Part Utao-- srjsr ISnceaoia Leads the World prodwete Wth tier etock dniry and atewx rmm tXclMx am fine timber farming jdjaeant to railroad for sale rtwap ou lands easy terms Kor maps pnees ratea ete aadresa Lackey Salesman EXAGGERATION K G C PRAKGIS WILLIS CH pad J Bootwaiter Warren Ceiiera Jihra- - lana umnnuK a m Sg fe Asje lor coos ru mANIiusi yii lt which mint be a total distortion SMOKE IN WARFARE of all healthy and simple habits of I first Indian ho caino to was a chief An Electrical Inrentlnn of Considerable thinking and seoing and of reporting with feathers in his hair The brakoman UisclileTouf Iteaultc of a Iangeroas Tend Military Value what we think and see We deliber- - soizd htm by the shoulders and eucy or ttie Tf ineh Smoke will certainly play an im- Â¬ ately believe that this sort of exaggera- - pulled The haughty lcador of a down- Â¬ Exnjrgcratio literally the heaping portant part in tho warfare of tho l- At r of iwiirkiHftl fragmets of tkm is even worse than the exaggera Â¬ trodden people held a pretty good holp future- - Last yoar atMilford Haven The exaggeration of of all tion of passion cr c till on sowething Then and this year ia Lanstohe H irbor on the board and didnt conic Tisr ion to the tratU aHil tke three passion leads no doubt to bad blood bet- Â¬ it was artificially created in largo - 5 iciccs which jh most frequently injHtice strife oven nitirdor and it the brakeman leaned over took a ter grip and straightened up and quantities in order to form screpns be-Â¬ is hard to imagine any thing worse threw hinibelf back like a man who to trae exaggera cicrkin inciting hind which attacking forces might t i arc humor passioa and morbid But itis still worse for any nation to lias leaned over too feel of a buzz saw unobserved approach within range of s nationalism The exaggerations of get into tho melodramatic mood the when its buzzing and that proud old Jorta and batteries On each occasion humor are el course Bet only habit of living its moril life on mere chief of the unconquercd Sioux camo rafts laden with combustibles wero tr2 t a1 7 harmless but often even some-- stimulants instead of living on the up board and all and the raw boned set on fire and floated into position beUer They point oat the dan bread aHd moat of wholesome every Â¬ tuister of lirakes shot him off through from which the wind carried tho smoko tt rs of a growing tendeney to distor- - day truth London Spectator the air where he lodged against a in a more or less dense cloud in as when Charles Limb answered telegraph pole and wilted up like an the direction of tho defense On tho BIGGER THAN GOULD C cnJgcs question Lamb tlid you autumn loaf other hand ever since the introduction c cr hear ine preaeh by stmniner A Drat In Itallroadlns Supt rlor to Any Then that brakeman went for the of modern ordnance and rapid rifle r out My dear feMow I never Ever Execnteil by Kins Jay He hnd go a taste of fire it lias bicnftjH that the huge vol- Â¬ noble savage t rl you do any thing else or There is one riilrKiI brakeman blond and tft mado it a bright red day umes of smokq which would be belched w n D ekens made the Yankee apnl woiking somewhere in Dikotrt who in for Indians forth during a battle of tliS jn escnt c t for tiie Waiters poBtniRR who certain branches of railroading is a He began to walk right through day would probably prevent Hie use of 1 1 absconded with the money in the bigger man than Jay Gould I dont those Indians and throw them both big guns to tiie best advantage Smoke cZ boast that the defaulters an know what hi name is but he is a ways at once They taw their only in fact may according to circum- Â¬ w r to the despot and the tyrant is large raw boned square cornered hope wa to get up and fight him stances bn cither a great assistance t ils bright om k in the setttn tv ngly looking man somewhere betweon This was what ho wanted For tho next or a grave impediment in warfare etit Ei iggeratioas f that sort in six and seven feet tall and with a half hour ho stood up there on top o The ideal state of things is of course ec J ot nisleadins tend by the gro-tc- -i wrong font lower jaw one which was those swaying freight cars and fonglit ono in wh ch the production of cness and their point to bring in ended for a man botweon seven and and tore and ripped and gouged and smoke Bhall bo controtcd so that c a truth which withot exaggera Â¬ eight feet tall j wrcsllpd clear atmosphere or a and pounded and leaned cither te t might be missed But the oxag- - He always works on the front end of over and straightened up and chewed a cloudo I one may as need may sirise Â¬ raion of passion is a totally differ- a freight train and enjoys nothing and masticated and othcwise com be created around a battery or ship in ed hlng and any thing bat harmless more than a collision with a cattle- - j muned after his manner with those action This ideal has now to somo As I proced3 from a state of mind train occasionally There cant any j simple sons of the forest Lo the poor extent been attained It is found Vt lias bo relation to justice of tramps iiue un ma amiu iic o uuiiu Indian the untutored cuist thought that smoke as it issues from tho muz th gli so it tends to produce a more to solve the tramp problpm than a Methodist mectlng houso zle of a heavy gun can bo almost in- Â¬ tr o of mind that is absolutely perhaps any other man in the United thered01 him that day stantaneously precipitated by moans fallen t jst and inflame all States Hits em with a coupling pin to The Somo of thum he shot far off into the of a simple electrical apparatus la iVnger3 critical and leaves them for the Jooal authori- Â¬ tall prairie grass others ho rolled off inventions based upon the researches of a s Jaion ieh exaggerations pro Â¬ ties to bury He cant remember tho into tho ditch and still others he tossed of Prof TyndaH Lord Eayleigh and ceed from the disposition to make the time when lie was small enough to up and left hanging on the telegraph Prot Lodge in tho acion of electricity t crst of those tvho are opposing th take back talk wire and looked back nt them sadly I upon floating dust and vapor and it a tl no disposition grows more rapid- - j I was on his train one day in 1877 as if regretting that he hadn t time to should bo of considerable military - or is a sweater perrertor ol me SL James1 Garctte going on tho Northwestern road from stop and a just a clothes pin on them value i As a rale of ceHrse tvc are Tracy Minn Dak to Waterlown Sometimes whon ho struck a car Red Tape in Russia certain to estimate those who He was feeling a little cross about wero particularly plenty rr cpr0ed to hs oven when we make something and one of tho first things where Indians and ho was foriunato in getting good illustrating tho A case f o -hihpst effort ta estimate them he did was to twist off two brake rods holds on them he shot them np so fast antiquated curiously in which things manner trbeneath their trae worth but if and throw them off on the prairie At that to ui back in tl e caboose it looked are still dono in Russia has just oc- Â¬ -h wo give np that effort and yield G try just across the Territorial line Tho harbor ad- Â¬ as if a volcano had broken ont ahead Libau t3 the temptation to biaeken them some forty or fifty Sioux Indians which discharged nothing but North curred at of that port received a ministration tirrc Is no distortion of the truth too boarded the train They were from American aborigines in a mangled divers dress from abroad for its use ra rsfrjus to cxeite in us a sort of the Sisseon reservation and had been dition as this article is not specified in crel lous condeec And yet at the on the Lac Qui Parle rivor hunting co1Again he would shove one over tho and tariff tho customs officials wore tho prc it day the exaggerations of tljcr wero rather uncivilized but they side and thon seem to regret the action r bid sensationalism are almost i j - -- Hn tarnrrrnss finourh to sao the for some reason sezo the foot of tho ata loss how to deal with it Having addressed an inquiry on the subj ct a if nt misohievous advantage at rWlng on ttie pate lace red man just before it was too late as ouite to the authorities in St Petersburg hose of the bad passions freight train pvr walking They and stand on the edge and pound tho 1 TL rc is suefa a diseased appetite in seornod th caboose howovor and side of the car with this original pos- Â¬ he following reply was receive To bo charged duty according to tho ho world for being horrified that a scatU red themselves along tho top of sessor of the continent Not very clear upon regulations ir xaalist vho oaly tells L wd Salis- - the box cars near the conter of the Thoy never got 1dm down or onco customs Libau tho point ct Tr that he has made a serioas error train Thev wore of course sufii- - caused him to swerve from the groat that officials tako tho proceeded to ise Jing Lord LyUon to Paris la ojantly civilized to know enough not to objact ho had in viow Onco thoy dress to pieces and to charge duty on - J y nsi nea ie whim one wnooam completely surrounded htm but ho tho several materials of which it con- Â¬ ticket 1 aa igula and declares UialCalt- tviinn the train pulled out of Gary mado a swinging kick and six noble sisted according to weight Tho r i was doing an innoe eat thing in the angular brakeman came into tho braves got off he train and bit tho various metallic parts wore charged rrLng his horsea eonsuL as oompar caboose and took off bis coat His face right of way There were Indians to as finished metal goods tho India el wth the choiee ef Lord Lytton for wore a bad scowL the right of him Indians to the left of rubber parts a manufactured India the Pans embassy is at least talked I guess well have have to lot thqm him Indians in front of him but ho rubber and so forth But on com- ol f r a day e r tw If only to be Indians ridp only sung that lower jaw of his sido j ing to the boots a new perplexity said the oonductor laughed at The worst ef it is that the Of course wo cant put thom offtill ways a little like the gang plank of a arose tho dress having been imported for high thelher we get to tho next station and even steamboat and scattered- - tlinni on tho tho case the This ar fool grows with what it feeds o then it will bo the easiest and safost prairie The rolling lands of Eastern i from Paris treated beingParisian shoes as boots w re like I for way to leave them alone the appetite The Dakota wi ro j lintd to Lo for over aud boots on which there is a very C it becomes so abwrblng brakeman gave him one withering Ian miles Finally he got hold of the heavy duty while the soles being -- t no food is relished which glance and went ont the front door last one Hi seemed to throw him off hoavdy laden with load wro mado to s o drenched in it Itis not a habit Wo climbed up mto tne puot uouso oi reluctantly as if he wished hq wa pay duty as manufactured lead tho C ZC t 1 9S4UW nrtd beginning tho pleasant task instead ot atul IWUAlindltir 5fc flAAA 1 nml ltmt oj olinnf duty on the boots alone amounting itis eo oftn excite passion No one will awaited the warof extermination But he faltered only a said to the su n of 75 X Y Post onding i ferl at all iiwre 4ispesed to oondemn The train was now going full speed moment and the last Indian struck ten JirLorlLyMon or Lord Salisbury jit ofTn thisl Git ofFn this You feet fnriher from tho train than tho Thoy tollabtoryin St Helona lT ho absunl language ive have re- - dirty snoakin tliievesl yelled the first that was the only d fference Cat of a pumpkin which grow to such fcrrrd 10 lees s The real ocav- - brakomtn as- ho advanced along the Then he camo back to the caboose and i size that when it split open from its i g sl rh monstrous langnage gratifies gjjrs taking long steps and swinging pnt on his coa and the half angry awn weight an oW sow crawled in and sfora stmmltts aensat4ealshscfcf his armf and vorking his lower jav expression on his face was gone and made her homo there When sbo was Mraosirt and Eoibe tnndenoy jjrw sideways Jump qff or Ill throw in its place rested a calm contented tound long afterward she had given m ike aM literary wrltiBC The Tudians only granted air whch told of duty faithfully and birth to uino Jlttie pigs which wore yoaofll sencs of eteetric thrills or fthirv aBd lay dawa and clang to tho ridgo eotwoicniiously performed F H Qtr playing hide and seek in tho vase re j cMses of tho RgaicoUural cavera f to the reader 0e ro8ltof - ioards of the the harder The rtth w Chicago Tribune zt ot rrg h I I- rty -- I ARREST Tlie Cnrloui Story K tinted by a Fromi- nent Alabama Gentleman Jefferson Davis lias had a good many narrow escapes but ono of them has never lwmi told in print and tho chief si tor in the affair lias never cared to talk about it Somewhere along in the fifties the Nobles an English fam- Â¬ ily residing in Ponnsylvania decided Thoy selected lo move Southward Rime Gx as their objoctivo point and star oil ou their journoy after iraking the necessary disposition of their goods Tho Nohos had some family jcwols and about SI 003 in cash How to carry thoso valuables safely bothered thom notalittle bet thoy packed the money and jewels in an old fnshi mcdE lglish hand chest and took them along Tho travolrrs landel at Charleston and took tho next train for theit destina tion S ime extrt fan was demanded and in paying it they had lo open their chest aud oxposo their treasure Sharp eyes wore on tho w a ch and tho glit- Â¬ ter of tho contents of the chejt attract- Â¬ ed attention As a matter of precaution tho chest wa3 confided to Misi Mary Noble who sat in a scol tided section of the car At with her back to tho door SC two gontlomon Branohville boarded tho tritin Oio was a youug wiry man and the other was t til and slender past tlo meridian of life and of distinguished appearance When Augusta w as reached tho two Rtrangcrs went on to Atlanta and tho Nobles discovered that their precious Th conductor chest was missing was clnmorously appeah d to and he instantly gave it as his opinion that the ono eyed man had stolon it Hos a had looking follow said the conductor been Tho chest had evidently snatched out of tho roar window of the car as the suspected man took his departure at a moniont whon Mis3 Nohlos attention was fixed in some other direction After a consultalon it was decided that Mrs nud Mis3 Mary should pro- Â¬ ceed to Atlanta and causo tho arrest of the supposed thief while Mr Noble and the others remained in Augusta awaiting not very confidently tho re-Â¬ JEFF DAVIS conducter but his sudden doath in tho course of a few days stopped furthor invi stigation - Aftor tho olection of Mr Davis to tho presidency of the Southern Con- Â¬ federacy Mr Noble then a prosper- Â¬ ous contractor visited him at Mont- Â¬ gomery and talked uilh him about manufacturing connon Mr Dwis asked him soveral ques- Â¬ tions and then referred to tho loss of tho chest ne introduced Mr Noblo to Mrs Davis an I told tho story of tho arrost Mrs Divis laughed heartily over tho accident and with hor hus- Â¬ band Irmk quite an interest in the Nobles from that tim Noble went to work and made hun Â¬ dreds of cannon for the Cinfedcracr Later he f u ided and built up tho nourishing city of Anniston in Ala Â¬ bama In tho midst of his prosperity he is still devoted to the one oyed man who was onco supposed to be the author of his greatest misfortune Car K T Sun liHiMfoit Ala WILD HOG grind together hi a way to Jipset most fo j jy rite s6wHgf Isn rahr - tre HUNTING Wlilcli Frequently Ends In Serious Simians Assooiated with scones of sport there is no State in the Union that afÂ¬ fords as many different kinds of hnnt Situated as it is ing as Arkansas boow tho snow line its turkeys grouse and quail stiff r but little from tho rigors of winter while in both tho spring and autumn it is tho half way house between North and So nth for many species of migratory fowl and Tho forest tho prairie and waders the dangers of tho canobrake add to the oxcitomentof the Arkansas hunter but whether chasing tho bear in the bottoms or riding for dear in tho tall grass of tho plains ho surmounts all difficulties with a recklossnoss peculiar only to those of the manor born There is a certain grandeur in this somber country in winter Its gaunt sirdled trees whoso leafless outlinos appear like silhouettes against tho leaden skies tho dense underbrush laden with crape waving mosses and brakes almost impenetrable from a not work of vines these are the haunts of many varieties ot ground gamo and vermin and in certain lo- Â¬ calities of numberless wild hogs Tho latter are the descendants of onco do- Â¬ mesticated animals which unrestrict- Â¬ sult Â¬ Mr3 Noblo succeeded in tracing tho ed by tho confines cf peus were al two men to their stopping place in lowed to rango nbout at their own too bee as will Atlanta and identified them as soon sweot as thountil they denizens imetho of natural as she saw thom At hor request thoy wild Having to forage for were arrested and carried to polico wilderness themselves the charactcristcs of tho headquarters where tho astonishing one hog change materially There aro no discovery was mad that tho was President Pierces longer huge mountains of indolent eyed man Secrotnry of War Jefferson Davis flesh slothful in thoir hnbits and harm Bred in tho and Ins companion was his private loss to thoso they meet homes of wild animals with surround- Â¬ secretary ings that necessitate self protection Mr Davis was in a good humor they become long sleek looking brutes and of course the two gentlemod almost black in color and capable of wore at onco roloasod with many apol tearing through the thipkets jungles i ogia tvtwtmlahlw fnef itntn rf anaarl Bafore leaving Mr Davis told Mrs of tho appjoach of J Nubia and her daughter lhat ho re- man as an oft honndou deer ana as lie tendered grcttcd thi ir loss and thoy posioss romarkably acute scont- thom a twenty dollar gold picco as ing powers it ii almost impossible to an evidenoe of his sympathy Mrs kill thom by still hunting Under Noblo declined to acoepb the gift but ordinary circumstances thoy will Miss Mary spoke up and said tho approach ou run away Yes tako it That is some1 of our whoa the hunter hut of money that the old rascaltook johanoo gives him a shot should tho Mr Davis mtlod Rtul pressed the boar be only wounded tho bntfo money noon Mr Noble who finally charges with terrible ferocity Ho took it ami carried it to her husband ibristlee with Jury bis small blaak In AugustM I eyes soap r r watt us mw Sjs0ioawgibesi iJirsid ta tbft An Excltlns Sport I I nu persons nerves O i si h occasions an infuriated b lar is about as ugly a customer as one could meet Owing to the bad condition of the roads and the impracticability of using wheeled convej ances every ono rides in Arkansas the mou excellent- Â¬ ly and tho women well and sometimes Some of the horses arc gracefully vory fleet many good jumpers and all sure footed Big game has always been so abundant that lie majority of Arkansas hunters di dair the pursuit They lovo to of tho small varieties hunt on horseback a d the deor are This mostly all shot from the saddle however stylo of still hunting soon palls upon the devil-maon tho plintitiors enro boys When they want a regular hunting frolic lhoy go the rounds of the neighÂ¬ boring plantations and make up a pnek of dogs of every dcscrijtiin from tie deep voiced Southern hound The to tho yelping our of low degree host horses aro saddled and the caval Â¬ cade starts out on a big hog hunt Tho hunters are arm id with shot guns and knives and behind them follows a crowd of grinning nogroe of all ages and colors kneo dpep in tho holerogeneous pack of dogs Soon some sharp eyed darky discovers the signs of where tho hogs have been rooting and a moment later the paeb givos tongue in every variety of canine music Down into tho enncbrako go dogs and horsemen hclter skeltor horn blowing crashing and hallooing It with tho noise of a sanill tornado is now every ono for himsolt Huntors are unseated by overhanging vnos rnd negroes with b irked shins follow J he dogs are far on limping behind ahead and overy now aud then from thoir racket concentrate I in one spot tho hogs are known to have rallied and are at bay Then abovj tho tumult rises tho short sharp yelp of some gored hound whose iindnuntnl courage has made him fico tho savage enemy at closo qutrte s On the approKch of the huntors the hog scatter in all di- Â¬ rections and on rcnehing ho scene of tho conflCt too often is the ground strewn with the ma gled bodies of tho plucky dojs As the hunt progresses tho rank3 of tho bird aro fhinned by tho shots of the hunters It i no childs play to ride hard and well up to tho hounds in the interwov Â¬ en brakes whoh cover the rich soil of the vast bottom lands At last only tho best mounted hononien and the most powerful of tho d6gs are left in tho hunt and the 1 lrgost and fiorost hogs afoot They have rallied several times alroady and bnaten the dogs off and gono on skirting tho canes at a good pace Wh m ono of those old boars however is brought to bay by the stoutest hearted of thudogs tho battle which cmues for pure pluck und ferocity haffl s descrip ion is at best a savage sport and though beginning always as a frolic sometimes ends in serious mishaps to Harpers uno or moroof the hunter yHog-liuntlng manded tiie G ilden Age ownel by J Son uhiih was the first Howard steamer to make the round trip to Austrilia as it Has iUn the first to1 take passenger for Ci iornia in the 40 exci cment Tliur was considera Â¬ ble jealousy in E inland which nearly prevented the Engl sh mail for Aus Â¬ tralia from being intrusted to the rapid but risky experiment of steam to Aus- traliv and the English coiimnnity in Australia took up the international sneer and ridiculed a boat with so Porter stood op housing much this as long as he could and at last loarnins that papers were stolen from his private desk awl their contests published in the newspapers he left on tho desk one diy exposed to view a dispatch to himself announcing the fall of Seb stnpol an event which was anxiety Sore awaited with f ven-di onough the next edition of the local weokly contained the startling news and Porter hugely enjoyed the efforts of tho colonists to harmonize their views regarding the shocking bad form of his hoax wi h the question Â¬ able methods by which his private dis patches were made public During thi same oyage there was much discussion among the passingrs about the bloodthirsty and fatal habits of tho vampire bat an 1 every precauÂ¬ tion was taken not to admit the horÂ¬ rible creatures into the ship Oho fVoning after dinner the passen- Â¬ gers were startled by loud screams from the cabin of a highly ex who was one of citablo actress the travelers and on running to her relief found her half fainting and pointing to the form of a huge bat its ugly wings spreaih fltt on the ceiling of hor state room No one dared to touch it but all stood about with pallid faces until Prter who was sent for arrived aud sent a steward for his plstoL Tho actress bogged him not to shoot the vampire as he might only wound and drop it behind her berth where it would lurk until thirst for her blood shout I bring it upon her in her sleep But he was firm he took soaly aim and fired Under tho but nothing dropped Captains orders n sailor laid hands on ho monster which proved to be made of leather and nailed to tho ceil ing Porter did not join in the shont of latigiiler that followed the discovery but no one wl o knew his love of a practical joke believed that ne was if Y Tribune much surprised at i Early Transportation tike eirployme it anl he com- Â¬ FULL OF FUN I saw a pretty thing is kid observed Fite gloves last evening What was it perey to his sfeter My best girls hand What is tho Here is a eorker difference betweon twelve pewy weights ami the bulletin --hoard is an OHitee aad the other liHfUttC A pithy definition of a lover is th following A hvec k a man who endeavors to be more amiable tbatt it thfe is is posrtibto for man to fee tho reason why almost all levees apÂ¬ pear ridieHlotts Madison Sqnare First Scene Actor Dmt detain me oM hoy Im just in from Pittsburgh and Pm Ib a great harry Seeond Aeter First Aetor Where are yon going 1 ra going to see a efeirepediec Texas SifUwj Mr Ye who ha recently mar Â¬ ried for tkj see mi time Mr my I Mr am so fond of life anl gayoty Well dear am I Ht more Yeast More lively than yonr Hrs hnsband lively I shwil I say so Why man Yenkars my first husband is dead ase8ee ad 0e it SiHttHMH Elijah Svr Z ke I heh ye bradder married a rieh heiress am Z ke Yes shes wnth dat so Elijih surprised bout million Itfs ft So Zeke eh as dat million or fl hand red I dtmne wfefc bat I know itsnormoBs meant Cincinnati Enqmrar GiRtlemanly Bnrglar ia hotel corridor Dd yon lose a pair of breeches ont of your room last night Yes and Tve jest sent Hotel Guest Bnrgiar ont to get another pah-Thats good bat I wish yoad teHme w ho made these for yoa I wan tec take otadowB an getem lengtfteaed Path 11 V- 3i AN EXPENSIVE JOKE Howli If tho dollar of ihe f tthers was ia reality a sacred thing and there were at headquarters BmJw Is grocer knows me not n fdw publicists in tho country a IV short time ago who seemed to think it bl jb Come la and well see The Jion was explained to fee was surely no extraordinary sanctity thoir system of trans-Â¬ grocet atiche looked hard at the esab can attach to portation and tho rates of carriage and replied I cant say that I knew yea that they wore obliged to give for com But I have been trading here right mon nccossanes of Ilfv A magazine along My name is on year books published in Philadelphia in 1813 gave Lets see you owe me a balance of the following in an item of nowst la ihe course of tho twelve months of sevea dollars 1817 12000 wagons They stood in front of a growers en Mlohigan avenue yesterday and one ef them tooked very sly and canning as he said Lets come a joke oa him Ill take lhat turkey dowa and hide it and woH hear him rave He took the bird off the hook and started to hide k in a barrel aronnd the corner when an oSeer who was coming np and had seen the theft took him b the cellar Say it is all ia fan protested the man Ob is it Well yoa eaa expiate Detroit Grocer Collected Lone Standing aDtUot T ITcefey STARTLING NfcWS How Admiral Porter Once Upon a Time Paid OS Some Xaul Pry Admiral Porter is said by those who remember him as a young man to havo delighted in a practical joke A story is tolvl of life- - fooling tha In lSft- - He was then ayonng BaTit8w e laye wltfejwrfalssiott Anglo-Aus-trallsns 1 1 guess sou passed tho AHe Aid hftve awed it for fear month ghenv mountains from Philadelphia and Baltimore each with four to six I ona i say as I know yoa But Im goiBg to pay Here take horses carrying from thirty five to pay my it oat forty hundred weight The cost of debts of this ten I always carriage was about seven dollars per hundredweight in some cases as high gcerExaotlv three dollars back O mm Yea Im Tho gore Ufaiak I know as ten dollars to Philadelphia fcjgfw I do He teek tkojatker rJWy aggrasftto sim paid for the conveyanea Ww w awl yoa may- of goods exceuded ILSOftW Mte kttjtrniafo FrtelYm Tl 12 Ii Trjv J s - 1 1 J -- - yr Kp HHH rled over from 1887 was by lens of thousands of hogsheads t mailer than the average oflhe decade This review of the market record is full or meat to the farmer and If they will etudy and digest it and act on it it will do them a vast amount of good It is their true policy one and all to forbear yielding to the blind impulse which we fear is threatening to 6eIro them and to adhere strictly and rigid- Â¬ ly one and all to a planting limit not an acre above a bare average This will be fully accomplished if each Western planter will honestly limit his crop to what is a bare average on his own farm If this is done the trade year 18SS 9 will be another year of high and re- Â¬ munerative prices An average crop in the position which 1S87 has placed prospective supplies will leave sellers more complete masters of the situation than they have yet been for by the next tobacco harvest the surplus in the worlds supply of the old types will have been much more than abol ished and sellers will be more favored by he markets for the old types If the United States and Europe re- Â¬ quire only 250000 hogsheads of West Â¬ ern tooacco for a years trade a yield of 300000 hogsheads will be 20 per cent of surplusage and the whole value of that surplus will be assessed in the course of trade to each seller ac- Â¬ cording to his individual interest in A crop of 350 the 300000 hogshead 000 hogsheads would be a third more than enough on that assumption and nobody would buy jinto that surplus except at such low prices as to make large losjes to producers But if only 200000 hogsheads be raised that would be a deficiency of 20 ier cent and would add 20 to 30 per cent more to price So that any surplus of production is even worse than a waste of the labor which made it because It becomes a set oil against the value of the whole crop It is tortuuately the case just now that there are blub prices with great i cnrcity in all tlie Western leaf tobacco States in corn oats hay hogi etc and farmers can employ very profita Â¬ bly in those liues all the laud and labor they may save from the work of overcropping tobacco Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED ZVEKT BY THE WEDNESDAY Climax TVm Painting TEAR FRENCH TIPTON G WHITE J I PKICB PER bill was ayes 57 noes 9 Mr Hill has introduced a bill into the House to repeal Sec 26 Editors of the common school law and to re enact Sec 12 of the old law K50 providing for the payment of 29 i8S8 Co ly weapon The fine must be paid and if not worked out under the supervision of the Jailer of the cotintyat the rate of 2 per day The Vote on the passage of the NEWS PARAGRAPHS Edmund Daniels sixty eight years or age is In jail at Wccsi r Ohio charged with murdering his wife aged seventy eight WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY County Superintendents A GREAT RAILROAD Tor the past twenty years the average of divorces granted in Kansas is going ahead of KenLouisville lias been seventy four tucky in the matter of railroads It is time the Darkand Bloody The Louisville Southern is being Ground were doing something built at the rate of two miles per in that line Here is what day and by April 10th will be the Atchison Patriot says completed from Louisville to Har The construction of railroads in rodsburg Kansas during the past jear has Winchester is mad with Cin been without a parallel at any cinnati for issuing a large and time in any country With the elaborate map of the territory organization and incorporation of within five hundred miles around one hundred and seventeen new Cincinnati and leaving Winches railroad companies in Kansas in ter out ltichmond is conspicu- 18S7 and the new lines already projected this great work will ous on the map continue with increased activity The Lunatic Asylum at Lex- for an indefinite period and ington is again in a muss This within the next five years there lime the Steward Logan Ilocker will be from one to ten different is accused by the legislative com- railroads in every county in the mittee with gross mismanagement State aggregating in mileage If that asylum were abolished and more than that of any other State the others sufficiently enlarged to With a little less than a million accommodate the inmates a per- in population in 1S80 the census petual worry would disappear of 1S90 will show double the For ten or twelve years the asy- number an increase of a million lum at Lexington has been a in a single decade and a certainty source of trouble is not less than a hundred thousand more will be added to our The Ilouse of Representatives population every jear thereafter spent all the forenoon of last On this its twenty seventh anni Thursday in squabbling over the versar3T as a State Kansas now election of a page It costs more has fifteen millions of acres of than a thousand dollars an hour improved farms six millions of te run the Legislature This live stock ten thousand miles of selection of a boy to buzz about completed railroad and fifteen Uie House at 3 a day when thousand miles more under conthousands ofbojs would be de tract also two thousand church lighted with the place at half the edifices and ton thousand school amount cost the State a consid- houses with six hundred thouserable sum before the boy got a and school children in attendance whack at the Treasurv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COUNTRY At Memphis Tennessee Will Sum merville an eighteen year old boy touched an eclectric light wire with a piece of hoop iron and was killed almost instantly Mrs Oliver Wendell Holmes wife or Dr Oliver Weudell Holmes died at her residence on Beacon street In Boston Feb 7 1883 iu the sixty ninth year of her age At Lily Ky Levi Hodge eighteen years old hilled his brother John aged twenty in a quarrel growing out of the fit of a pair ot trousers The murder was committed in the presence of tlie boys mother A comical iucidetit occurred at the post office at Richmond Va The official who closed the safe locked a cat up in it Next morning when the safe was opened a Hue litter of kittens and about 300 worth of destroyed stamps were found The oldest person living in Ohio is said to be Mrs Margaret Arnold who lives iu Washington C- - H She was born iu Augusta county Virginia July 4th 1777 just one year after the sign Â¬ ing of the Declaration of Independence audlsthefore 111 years of age Her maiden name was KIser The President and Mrs Cleveland Secretary and Mrs Whitney Col aud Mrs Laraont left Washington Tuesday morning for Jacksonville Fls Their first stop was at Savannah Ua Wednesday morning and they reached Jacksonville at 1 oclock Wed Â¬ nesday afternoon The party returned to Washington last Saturday and the two stores f A J Fuqu dwelling of T Beasly were unroofed and the contents badly dimaged Two tobacco barnes of Thomas Elliott and a large tobacco stemmery were blown down and a large quantity of tobnbco scattered to the winds The flue flour mill in the vlcluity was badly dam Â¬ aged A number of tobacco barnes were unroofed and blown djiwn In the surrounding country The toss will be severely felt In the present shortage of the crop Esquire T J Fuqua was struck by a transom light blown rrom In front of his dwelling and badly bruised An accident yesterday afternoon brought to light a lingular state of afÂ¬ fairs in Jane Browns rooms on East near Green street Louisville which For have not as yet been explained Brown has years Mrs several lived iti two small rooms in the rear of a large frame tenement house on East street and her strange conduct during this time gave rie to consider- Â¬ able gossip Yesterday while the old woman was descending a flight ot narrow stairs in the rear of the build- Â¬ ing leading to her rooms she slipped and fell to the grouud In the fail she broke an arm aud was carried to tier room where it was discovered that she had three white infants concealed The room In which the babies were kept was completely fitted up as a nursery and there were accommo Â¬ dations for several more Infants The bid woman refused to explain the cir- Â¬ cumstance aud as there were no pa- Â¬ pers to tell her secret nothing could be learned concerning the unknown white children LOUISVILLE Glover T0BA00 MAEEST- BY FUKMSlinn Dnrott Louisville Ware House Tobacco FOUND AT TIIE OF - Clsfl mi finr mnrkft for the week just oloed amount to 1831 hhds with receipts lor llie fame jieinKi oi nwu Mills Sale on our market tdnee the first of January amount to 177oJ hhds O ur mxrket this week has not level oped any new features for Burley to The offerings of old stoek bacco have been unusually small as holders are not wllliim to accept the recent de Â¬ That are fraught with great interest to the purchasers that visit ovtg store in search cline in values Hie following quota Â¬ tions fairly represent our market for Burley tobacco 8 00 6 00 Dark Trash 7 0013 00 Colory Trash Common Lugs not Colory 12 0014 00 13 0015 00 Good Lugs Common Leaf not Colory 10 0013 00 15 0020 00 Good Leaf DYKES ON A full and complete stock of J D 3 of White Goods Laces Embroideries Clotlnng Boots Shoes Hats c North Second Street STAPLE AND FANCY Fine Leaf 20 0023 00 Local Produce Markets BY COV1NGTOX CORRECTED WEEKLY ARNOLD a BRO GROCERS 1RVINE STREET RICHMOND XY GROCERIES - Richmond Ky Feb Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens i 50 Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 fis Oat in sheaf per 100 Bs Lard Tallow Beeswax 28 I Confectioneries Canned oacisj3llic feecn and 45C I35C Dried Fruit isQijc and plenty of ewy 753 1SS8 We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit mm ST COME AND SEE IHEM 20c 00 20c Soc We are confident of a just verdict J 35S3 2S 300 405oc 11 thing in my line This house is jj Feathers Meat 1 THIN COLUMN Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The ground hog has gone to Canada Cat Is the name of a uew post office A scoundrel by the name of John in Lawrence county Williams a negro Hoodoo Doctor Natural gas explosions are consider- Â¬ has been for the past two weeks victimizing tlie negroes by forcing them ed mild things in Pittsburg uow Graff Bennett Co made an assign Â¬ to buy his charms hoodoo bags snakes teeth etc aud has so work Â¬ ment with liabilities reaching far above ed on their fearu of his evil eye that a million dollars which shook tlie he has robbed them of a great deal or town more like au earthquake than a Â¬ Clover Seed- Oats in sheaf Choice blue grsss seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 3 oo3 5 2st i6 575 S 1 Business -- SUCH AS- 23c Strictly i5oc ON A oS 6575c INDIA LINENS in plain 40oc Strictly CASH Basis ioi 30 checks and plaids 25 25 I 40950 it I2 c WHITE GOODS striped 00 7SS5 1 75 31 00 25 The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE LIVE STOOK MAEZET EEPOET CORRECTED WEEKLY BY TUATJ10VD BILL W W CORCORAN DEAD This distinguised philanthropist Last weoks Climax contained a copy of the bill allowing died in Washington Oity on last Kiohmond to issue bond to Pridaj- aged 91 years He gave pay off her indebtedness We 10000 to the Tilden campaign did not say that the bill had pass fund and when he was told that ed or even been sent to Frankfort Cleveland was elected remarked In fact it had not and has not Thank God I have lived to see yet been introduced We copied the Democratic party restored to power 1S4S it that the people could see what the site In Oak he purchased of Hill Cemetery was proposed There is opposi Georgetown expended about to the tion bill and we predict that it will not become a 120000 in improving it and Jaw in anything like a hurry presented the cemetery to his That Richmond ought to pay off native town The Corcoran galher little debts is certain and that lery of Art he established in 1S57 she has not the money is equally spending about 300000 in fitting as certain It may be that the it up and in addition establishpeople would like to say at the ing an endowment fund of nearly polls whether or not tle bonds be a million dollars for its benefit Another of his large public gifts issued is the Louise Home which is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS A Scott farmer says that he made more money tlie past year on 8 acres of tobacco than he did on the balance of liis farm of 375 acres Mrs John T Stilesbf Germantown made and sold 610 pounds of butter from three cows after having enough for home use since last June The third animal sale of trotters by Josh Barton took place at Millers burg Saturday 47 head bringing 135u0 an average of near 300 T J Judy bought ofKerrMalo ney 3000 pounds of tobacco at 15 cents iu good shipping order for all but 500 pounds at eight cents of Thus H Fox 14000 iMuuda in Rood order nl 16 cents aud of Thomas Domigtm and tenants 5000 poauds in stripping or- Â¬ der at 10 cents Mt Sterling Gazette Gen W T Withers or Lexington has made tlie following i ales of high bred trotters Pyramid b s fouled 1879 by Almoin dam Maggie Dunn by Bourbon Chief to W S Woflord Kenyou F Price 1500 Templar b h foaled IS 55 by happy Medium dam Balsoriiio by Baisora to C F Lexington Price 1750 Droxton Caspian b s foaled 1SS2 by Almont dam Lady Richelieu to T F Merrill Manchester N H Price 1000 According to the assessor book the stallions aud brood mares owned by Dan Swigart of Elmendorf Slock Farm is tlie most reliable collection of thoroughbreds iu Fayette county they being rated at 55000 He puts his three stallions Beerian Imp Kolher hill und Imp Gleueig at 5000 and his 126 brood mares at 50000 Â¬ THE ASSESSORS REPORT The County Clerk completed the footing up yesterday of the Assessors Report and finds the tetal taxable property in Madison oounty to be 7763220 This is a decrease irom last year of 6S3 080 Last year the board of su pervisors raised the amount to S43621 The nresent return Â¬ will probably be raised Acres of No of hores 6441 THE TOBACCO 1OLICV OF I8S8 value 287720 Gold silver and plated ware 4400 Watches rCewier JtMirlJ and clocks 11600 PouihIs of tobacco SdSOO tons of hav 3 All exceedingly important matter in 609 bushels of corn 627430 of commerce will som lie settled by Ken wheat 111360 Total value of tucky formers Tliw e farmers who produced 80 per cent of the leaf to eranal propertyl995S20 baeco crop of the United Stat anil ST LOflS JUNE afli with the adjacent States which we 71570 Â¬ land 254204 value 4SS9S70 Number of town lots 547 value S77530 Number of jacks 6St value 113S0 Number of jen nets 1GG value 9320 Num Imt of cattle 12342 value 197 dH No of hogs 15957 value founded in memory of his wife It is intended as a home for aged women of refinement and education who by reverses of fortune have been reduced from affluence to poverty This buildinsr cost about 200000 and has an endowment fund of about 300000 Mr Corcoran has also made large and valuable gilts to the Washington Orphan Asvlum Columbia University and many institutions in the South He also gave 100 000 to the Church of the Ascen sion of that city To the University of Virginia he has made gifts amounting to about 200000 besides a library of about 4000 volumes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J A Ramsey auctioneer reports a fair crowd at the sale of Mrs Bona Ford on the 15th One pair of mules 1 Jeiey cow 190 brought 45 1 Short horu cow 38 yearling steers 16 6teer calves 25 yearling heifers 1150 Farming implements brought fair prices There was a large crowd iu town Monday and a fsir amount of business was done About 300 cattle on sale but none of first rate quality with prices ranging from 3 to 382 per cwt Yearlings sold at 325 to 350 and calves at from 11 to 1510 per head according to quality Good horses from 100 to 150 Georgetown Times 3Ir Cleveland will be nominated cent without any contest and Tlie crops of 18S6 and 188G were large Â¬ with less effort than before ly in excess of the worlds immediate THE LEGISLATURE wish to be considered as including in The National Democratic Com all refereiwes to Kentucky tobacco mittee which assembled in Wash preduees withiu a small fraction of ington last week to select a time four fifths of tlie entire leaf crop of the and place for holding the National whole country They therefore easily Democratic Convention to nomi- Â¬ control the markets of the United States nate a candidate for President and Europe for American leaf tobacco was in session several days San or commerce Francisco Chicago and St Louis These farmers can put ail mark Â¬ were applicants for the place ets up or down any year they please to After a number of ballots the do so and act in concert in pursuance committee on last Thursday de- of a bearish or bullish policy Ifthey cided upon St Louis as the place produce a material surplus nbove wliHt and June 5th as the time It the world U in the habit of consuming was in St Louis in 1876 that Til they will put all the markets down if den and Hendricks were nominat- Â¬ they produce Just enough they will ed causing a mighty Democratic keep all the markets steady but If less wave to spread far and wide all they produce of than the markets are in the way taking and over the country Another tidal they will advance prices distributing and will rise in St Louis June iu price will be proportionate tlie rise wave 5th and devastate the Renublican shortage in supply The tobacco to the trade habitations and there wont be had an illustration of this principal in any crooked counting as there 16S7 when our crop shortage increased was in the Tilden Hayes contest the prices of Burley 100 to 300 per or Court Day And Stock Sales Â¬ Â¬ A larger crowd than any previous court for months past J W Wilson auctioneer reiorts GOO or 700 cattle on the market Bet feeders brought 9020 a head mountain from 20 to 25 steers 8 to from 16 to 18 calves 12 About 50 yoke oxen brought from 65 to S5 About 150 to 200 mules on tlie market and brlugiug from 85 to 130 Very few good horses on the market Plugs brought from 50 to S85 The market was not as good as last court and money seemed to be scarce Mt Sterling Gazette At Columbia Mo sale of 30 jacks and jennets by Bass Anderson Kimbrougb brought 120S0 Tom Jones bred by Mr Jones of Madison county Kyt 1884 15J bands high Henry R Walker Cooper coun- Â¬ ty Mo 1130 TheHouse and Senate adjourn od for the 22nd Bills have been offered to make SO pounds of stone coal a bushel to make 10 hours a days work ex Â¬ cept in farming and in to prohibit the employment of children under 14 years of age in factories mines and shops to repeal tlie law allowing county clerks 50 cents for affixing the oounty seal to appropriate 30 000 to the Feeble Minded Institute to allow Fayette county to house-keepin- g Â¬ take 50000 in the Kentucky Union Railway to pay Common wealths Attorneys a salary of 2000 per year payable monthly out of the State Treasury A bill Is pending to givs laborers a lion on railways csalsr and other public works I A bill has passed fire House making it necessary for teachers of all common schools to provide themselves with certificates of qualification It further stipulates that the system now in vogue permitting chartered schools of the State to grant diplomas which entitle the holder to teach in any county school without examination by the County Board of Examiners be repealed The House passed a bill pro Tiding a 100 fine for anybody ybo rarries a concealed and Jea4- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - wants and from this accumulation o a larger surplus than ever before known there resulted the ruinous de pression iu prices which caused the Western tobacco planters in 18S7 to resort to the most masterly strike in the history of the trade and acting iu unison to cut down their planting about 00 per cent That was an extreme measure but it was called forth by an equally ex- Â¬ treme exigeuey Tlie stock of West- Â¬ ern tobacco hi the markets of the United States and Europe at tlie end of 1SS6 amounted to 136386 hbd or 56961 liiids more than the average at the end of the four preceding years This was an excess aver the average stock of 41 percent and at the end of 1886 but at the end or 18S6 the stocks of Western at all points amounted to 182058 hhds showing nud increase from Jhe surplus yield of 18S6 of 46790 hogsheads over the stook at the end of 1S8C and an increase of 103184 hogs Â¬ heads or 123 per cent over the average stook at the end or the four years pre Â¬ ceding 1SS0 But with one stroke this glut of the markets was abolished aud the Ken Â¬ tucky staple was put Iu and exceedingly strong position Mainly by a vol- Â¬ untary act of self restraint on the part of planters but partly also by the dam Â¬ aging drouth the crop oflSST fell short of the late average by 155000 to 170000 hogsheads according to different esti matesand this deflelt was 70000 to 76 800 hogsheads more than the kxces- - in stockii in this oauntry and Europe ypsra preceding over tho four The aggragate supply therefore car Â¬ Â¬ At J B Mitchells sale near North Middietowu feeding cattle brought 3 per hundred sheep 5 each sows 5 to 8 shoatp 450 each hay 21 to 26 per stack fodder 27 j cents per shook cows 25 to 35 turkeys 100 to 350 each chickens 3 per dozen Other tilings sold well Mr Newberry offered a bill to incor porate the Eastern Kentucky Sheep Â¬ Ranch Company and to encourage and develop the raising and herding of sheep and cattle in that region The capital stook is placed at 25000 Kansas is eminently an agricultural State at least nine tenths of it Whig suoeptible of the highest cultivation and this vast domain is being rapidly populated developed and improved by intelligent and energetic farmers While farming and frut growing and ttHjk raiting are among our leading industries there are other enterprises of no lei s importance In addition to being the best exhaustible beds of coal innumerable quarries of superior building stone extensive mines of lead and zinc numerous gas and ar- Â¬ tesian wells immense beds of the pur Â¬ est salt valuable deposits of gypsum aud fire clay and many other resour- Â¬ ces which contribute to the making of great and growing common weRjlb Atchison Kansas Patriot money This slick article should be CO IOPER DATER sent up for a year and taught a lesson There is a boy in town who is wrest- Â¬ Live Stock Commission Merchants at Lexington Press ling with a noyel problem He has a Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards half sister who is much larger than Henry E Abbey sued Mr Hoffman his whole sister yet a half dollar Is father or the boy pianist or New only CINCINNATI OHIO FEBRUARY 22 18S8 half as large as a whole dollar York foi 57500 for breacli of contract iu fact he never before knew a half and attached his property Youn any tiling to be larger than the whole SHIPPING CATTLE Hoffmans parents claim that ill health Good to Extra 4 75 4 85 of tlie boy lead to breaking the con- Â¬ thing Fair to Good 4o 4 75 Here is a business card that we hap Common and Rough tract They say be will not appear in 3 2di 3 75 public again for some years It is be Â¬ pened upon the other day Latimer Good to Extra Oxen 3 502 4 25 2 751 3 35 lieved by mauy that the family have Howard Co dealers In staple and Fair to Good Oxen Common aud Rough Io 25 accepted the 50000 ottered by an un- Â¬ fanny groceries Ice cream confection- Â¬ BUTCHER CATTLE known philanthropist on condition eries tobacco cigars fancy notions Good to Extra 4 3S that they would withdraw tlie boy books and stationery hosiery aud Fair to Good 4 io gents furnishing goods granite aud Extra Fat Steers from the stage 3 75 Fair to Good Steers marble boots aud tlioes aud rubber 3 5W Mr Wm Kelley or this city who goods maple sugar and syrup to Extra Cows 3 75 in sea Good to Good Cows Fair died last Saturday va the Hrst man son No 15 Union 3 Block Chardon Common Cows 2 oo to introduce Chinese labor into this Ohio 1 Rough Cows and Oxen 25 country About 1854 he imported BULLS We hear that a man atTerrill post teti Chinamen whom he put to service Best Shipping 3 50 3 25 iu liU iron works and tlie venture oflle this county ate forty one bis Â¬ Bett Bologna 2 So 3 10 proving successful lie brought over cuits a dozeH ling leet a large piece Fair Bologna 2 65 2 85 2 40 2 60 fifiy more Had be known what of bacon a jar of our kraut a jir of Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 2 25 2 40 would result rrom Ids pioneer efforts preserves a btand or molasses drank FEEDERS AND STOCKERS iu this line it is probible that Mr xix glasses of buttermilk three or 3 75 4 00 Kelley would have sought elsewhere cider and two or water and all for one Good Extra Steers Good Fair 3 25 3 50 supper He says he felt ununually Good to to ExtraSteers for his laborers Courier Journal Heifers 2 00 well next morning Gentiemtn Common and Thin Stackers 2 50 3 50 oo 2 Andrew Holloway aged 44 year what do you think of the story COWS AND CALVES boarded tlie train at Hartford Ky in A small coon in town Kssese Best Grades 45 oo5o 00 high spirits with Miss Nettie Alford 3 oo4o 00 marvelous elements or the greHt artist Fair to Good aged 14 over their success at eloping Common 15 oo25 00 He is a hoot black at a popular barber Â¬ Best Veal Calves 6 50 but at tlie next station the father of 7 00 shop aud we have the word or the Fair to Good 6 co 5 oo the girl and two brothers boarded oofSj 4 00 barber that in tlie long ago there was a Common and Heavy 3 the train and with shot gun argument grave yard where SPRING LAMBS the shop now stands piirsuaded the conductor to hold the The shiner went down into the cel- Â¬ Good Extra Heavy f 6 25 6 50 train They entered the conch Hol lar 6 00 6 25 mid in shoveling up coal he un Â¬ Good Butcher loway refused to give her up and the Fair Butchers 5 oo 5 75 earthed u skeleton He at once made Common and Tail Ends gun was again leveled and the son 3 50 4 00 a sketch of the skeleton aud carried It HOGS seized tlie girl and carried her from tlie up for tlie inspection of the barber A Select Butchers car 56 5 60 man came iu for a shave and saw the Fair to Good Packers 5 23 5 50 Tue day afternoon Henry Ottter of f ketch on the table Without a word Good to Extra Lights 5 10 5 35 4 85 5 00 Louisville received a iowder burii iu from any one in regard to the sketch Light Pigs Roughs and Scalawags 3 50 3 75 tlie face from a phtol bhot while laugh Â¬ lie ut once recognized it as that of his ing at a companion who was angered grand father although he had never Tlie family over receiving a comical valeiitineThe seen the old gentleman young man who received the valeu resemblance was so marked that ho tine was just sufficiently intoxicated to had no doubt of the correctness of his become enraged over it and started belief out to hunt the sender At Campbell A poor woman was taken violently and Madison be saw a number or ill out iu this county A man mount Â¬ young men laughing at him through ed a swift horse and set out for a doc Â¬ tlie window of a barber shop and tor On tlie way he came up with pulling his pistol fired into them another man riding Where are you going asked No 1 of No 2 For A correspondent from Shelbyville Doctor was the answer Whos says Mad dogs have been a terror to queried No 1 That rich old several communities iu the county sick ne ghbor of mine responded No 2 during the past two weeks The dogs 1 spurred his ugile nag and are making a tour of the county and Then No bounded ahead of No 2 who pursued the reports state that several children 1 readied the doctors dogs horses and cattle have been rapidly No house forty yards ahead of No 2 and bitten The clildren as far as we have asked him to go at once aud see the learned have been taken to the mad poor woman Iu a minute was the stone in possession of Mr Joseph Sni- Â¬ doctors reply aud then came No 2 der which hitherto has always proved up Say neighbor is effectual The farmers have lost con- Â¬ dashing sick und I want you to go aud see siderable stock with hydrophobia and him Then Ill have are uow seeking a method by which to go shouted No 2 and tee him cooly remarked they may get rid of the worthless dogs the doctor No 1 thought a moment Doctor its Edward F Randall of Kansas City and with a sigh he said Tills powder never varies A marvel of filed a suit Inst Friday against tlie the first time in all my lire I ever purity strength and whotesomenes More economical than the ordlnnry kinds and Chicago Hock Island and Pacific came out forty yards ahead in a horse cannot be MId In competition with tlie mul Â¬ titudes of low test nhortTweicht alum or plios Railway Co for 25000 damages race and then lost the heat gliate powders Bold only In enns Royal Randall claims that he was employed Powder Uo 106 Wall BU N Y by the company as a telegraph opera- Â¬ Knowledge for the Millions Jnue 22 tf tor and that after his discharge In 1886 The fourth volume of Aldens Manihis name was placed on a list kept by fold Cyclopedia contains 122 Illustra- Â¬ all the railroads bald list purporting tions extends from Baptism to Bibler to contain only names of those who rv 637 pages larger type handsome were incompetent and unworthy of cloth binding for 50 cents or in ele- Â¬ employment On account of this gant half Morocco binding for 65 cents blacklisting he has been unable to Is not that truely bringing knowledge obtain employment on other railroads within reach of the millions Ayr 2ly cs sSHB H The great merit or the Cyclopedia is or Labor statis- Â¬ its aduptation to practical The Natioual Bureau use giving tics through Mr Charles T Davis is under each proper head the informa- Â¬ engaged In examining tlie records or tion most likely to be needed and in the Chancery and Law and Equity concise easily available form CareCourts for the purpose of compiling ful examination impresses one with its statistics of divorce cases dating back accuracy as well as the remarkable 20 years The object is to furnish fullness of its information For actual material for the purpose ot dixeusslug use It abundantly answers the needs a bill empowering Congress the right of ail save those whose pursuits r quire to regulate marriages aud divorces Iu exhaustive study or certain subjects the United States Iu the event Con Â¬ The combination of Unabridged Dic Â¬ gress can not obtain power to legislate tionary and Cyclopedia is a wonderful for the States action for tlie Territories convenience Each volume as it CommercialColIege lTOhSVISKSS and the District of Columbia over comes to tlie readers hauds invariably Occupiet 3 Large Unlit aud 7 Itoom which it has control will be takeu renews the surprise felt that a book so Cheapest Best Business College in the World Miss Josle Holmes was brought into well got up can be afforded for a price the United States Court Cincinnati by so low Whoever wants a Cvclonedln tnvUmUUiarrMllOHUUiladrartitiiCmBtrtn 80S and who does not would do well Grftdaatc la BwUew IS Teacher captojtd raaaa CearM Mubti r B4Dkkpac BastacM Ariiszetle nmfem United States Marshal Urner for the Wp Caanerdtt Lav MmsaailXer Butlat Mat Stack to order at least a specimen volume XaaaCactariag Lactana Raaia purpose of hearing tlie Judge pro Fraetiea lfereaatlla Carta aawmca ata Coat Tall Bulaw Co lortalt Tcldaa RuUmrrj ami Baanl la a afea lajailr rat nouoce the words that released her which may be returned ir not wanted aaaal tUO Tclernpky an AWrtIIulTrTC Wrltlac from jail The United States District Reduced pricu s are offered to early cUitlesi aara 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ioo last Baldwin died andPogue Chalfield tlen Publisher 393 Pearl St New u hnlf century Not leust It Zimmerman Witshire aud Holmes Yoik or 218 Clark St Chicago released upon a nolle -ePecks Bad Boy never could under Â¬ ffW25 v voiitij ih rs A cjclone struck Lafiyette twenty stand why people would doubt the oo the work rilher newmi 117 one can miles South east or Hopklnovillf virtue of Ganters chicken cholera special ability required Capital not i trded Suuday evening accompanied by a cure when It Is a fact that the money tons and we will send you free mil limp heavy ball dorm Tiie fine uew will be refunded If the remedy falls to SrrmrftJ8lneand busiiieui which wm urine -- ialartyoan way lhr a dwelling and store of D J Carqjhers give entire satisfaction by Stockton It J Coopers residency apfj gtore Willis t i iov l tWH Mauie Â¬ Â¬ atural gas explosion A j n4 If TEIAL MULLS in stripes checks and plaids SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and stripes EMBEOIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica Piatt and Seville Eemnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will be sold iS OF VA1LUE BLEACHED and BEOWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings The Popular XAne Cincinnati Indianapolis and between MTAPKIIffS and TABLE L OTEXtfS Hi Eitirt Tntu 1X3 THJOCCH Wlllait nuri Pnllmnn Sleeping Cars and Elegant Be dining Chair Cars on Night Trains Magnificent Parlor Cars on Say Trains CHIOAG SOIiTD BZTWZXN LAFAYETTE O Tls the C L St L ft C Railway BIj Four snd Yudill Line PnUraan Buffet Sleeping Cirs Pnllman Reclining Chair Cars New Firzt CLus Coache Second Class Coaches and Barrage Cars all ran through without change between Cincinnati and St Louis TlrN S Cincinnati and St Louis Elegant Reclining Chair Cars BETWEEM T We want to make this the Greatest White Goods Sale ever known Prices that speak for themselves Come and look at them Now is the time for large assortment of White Goods and Low Prices at Â¬ HJ aSTHENGFS Mammoth Louisville Stcrs Commodious Reclining Chair Cars Miuipolis eoraIlk and EsM I Via SHELD02T C I St 1 ft C and T P ft W K Bd It Chlearo St Louis and Peoria dote and im Â¬ mediate connections are mad with all Linn to and from the JVorthwut West and Soothnrat Thransk TIcictt ud EtRisa thftsj to all rrindpil fcisti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I C B y also via this lice at alt Coupon Ticktt Offices throughout the country -IOHN ECANCtnirass and TU Agent CINCINNATI Q Cincinnati and Peoria HI TIA THE CISttft C and I B ft Short ltne THE CORNEB SADDIESY Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky corr r Sfcbly BERNDOIFS COBKEB There is no shop in Cenlral Kentucky equal to it in appeanr and the quality of the goods they ofler is in keeping with i he he e They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles tni lt in their shop of the best materials They have -- Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made ruckle silver or gold mounted T r stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embrace variety as well as ele gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Bujrjry whins of whalebone ridinr whins nf ratrliwfo of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups a-a- - New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs AKlK PIAX0S AND OftGAXS FOU REST Rent applied as part payment POWDER Absolutely Pure Write For Prices and Terms S and 10 V LUKE U MILWARD Main St Lexington Ky June 22 tf Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate andstr n cuy mnue Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse UU toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges A lull line of collars hames trace chains buck bands hame Mr r plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and was ouujj maut aim 1 1 W B WHITE ANNOUNCES TO THE TRADE that lie has a large and well selected line of Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well anpc saddlery and harness house Remember the place ilerndous Corner Main and S j Streets TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR IIXR - d Â¬ jann iy W C GOEMLEY CO CLOTHING if QUEEUr A3TO CEESCEFT ROUTE u Giffcmnati SoutKorh and Assoekje Hoads Â¬ HATS TRUBIKS VALISES Eta in wlilcb you can find the QUICKEST MOOT DIREOr AXD FAVORIK LIS E TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the PriGijalPoiisSoilli-EitilSratl-W LATEST STYLES a 1 He does not Intend to be undersold and to lus customers lie save he will give you full value for every dollar In vested uiih him and he urKe you to gve him an early call or oash and tub LOWEST PRICES THE SOUTHERN H0TJTE TO tbs THE PACIFIC i COAST Morning and NisM Trains ouvi-iiaiagv SroM ix ngm ijj W B WHITE June 22 9m At McKees Old Stand Ulflil uus Tm TWBNTV HrOUTi IIQUR to TmMH iif uu Boning tmuout3Wttxt Special Notice MrVftgJSiLftjy dolr Oiilv tf NfiiHlv All flin TnnAl fefarA iid au Li SSKilIS nii 8M are J3 rdl Sey rt faat4 7D Jne 4SS3 Pursuant to a time lioDored custom comfSffBaenvi4 of my party 1 hereby announce m seiracaTKlidate for re eleoilot t fw Travel Tia office of Police JudKa of lhL eJ f Richmond Ky subject to the of the Democratic party Election 1st FOIJC1TV JU1KIK i a twww ottamded T r iu f 1 aI Queen ana Grosccnt g iBSS Respectfully H C Bice Iw VAUHOITJ Ueuerei PMMBgcr 1 Ve A Aaalrtnnt tiaal Pms a f 6 -I Ki- - - n 36SSBf r- rf iw wwr Mraiaii W ilL 1FS365P a ii- - w r Maw1 i SftieSSi i iaaKaar rji ssr - PfBPaPTOW1a -w mre Ir M 1 i - J 1i i m J r THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY - A Good Dill jjy Xew Collector yJi m - FEBRUARY 39 11 lS Orn is 58 40 jht barrel In the crib Dmelll vpshU to see yoa Curt day The Louisville ttiulliern Railroad is a certainty Bros Messrs Danville bought nTOulHws aud Gibson 2S mulca for 2850 An IniereMlHR GeHiry John 8 till I8MH WMIIaiDB Gen Is found elsewhere in letter frem Mr 1 H Deailierage said to Mr Garrard of HeHry ootinty last week a 2 ear old jack for 9BuQ Mr Loh finiKh Is prepared at L O He 1111 hits old slant to dealt klnisof carriage rejmWug Bee ail 1 It was niHMtrwl here Sultirday that Lewis Rector the great Kentucky horse thief was at large again m The thermometer dropped down to zero Monday night which was n limit as cold as any dwrtHR this whiter Ten years from hence will find Waco with its vast field of superior pottery day larger than Richmond now i Mr W Birea Mr BSmith wilt make a speech the Law and btic on Saturday wll be present Order League at Other speakers J B Sawffer the First street itbier is in the oitles buying his fj rmg etock Yo w 111 hear from him w Icu lie retHrns 1 Mr B cods man m further rC tlie s W Turner the up town dry is in the Bast purchasing a stock You wMi hear more of ahng and referred A bill has been offered t iumUtf e Corporate Intitu to incorporate Sri et Railway Co t the Richmond WLie gruoWng on the farm of Mr Curtis on Silver Creek on last T de Welnesday Awa Brewn of heart disease i 1 dropped t i be Y Ci Ter ini n the roan phenomenal show has leeu sold to Allen of IH for S800 by inc S of IiHliamda Moberley T 1 T 8 Moberley took advantage cf the goial weather and put in twenty r s of il lust week This is prob a i Hie firs tof the season Washingtons Birthday Was celebrated at Central Universi- Â¬ Mr B11 I1 Wallace has returned from ty on last Wednesday evening by the a rutracted stay at Lily and is new Kpiphyllldian aud Phllaletheau socle a I me for the reception of orders fur ties A large audience greeted the gentlemen a great L iJuig atid general carpenter work young visitors wereorators andSaxon present many Chenault purchased Trost furnished its sweetest music nud 11 1 itnd g f 2 3 ear old by Alcyone the young men acquitted themselves an Il trallB by Clark Chief for 845 with great credit making on the a tiio WiHxIAml Harbison bale in whole a most pleasant evening After the orations the speakers adjourned to I xlijgton last week the society halls and received their Tae exct llent lhorshbred stallion friends until eleven oclock The izv is advertised elsewhere iH this speakers were the recipients of many is e of The Climax by T S Bur bouquets aud baskets of fruits 1 tm Co Farmers and stock men W R Campbell Miss Eplphyllid s - mJ rad the pwligrve ian Union subject A man at Him- Â¬ W B Harrison Kentucky self I aree weeks ago ihe ibIH Forraan subject The Philalethean Union ittiHulL 4c Co began running on full Heritage of this People Edgar C 1 Ii Jtir time full eauity or 135 bar Kentucky Bogcs rcs a d ty and how lwug they may be Union subject Our Epiphyllidiau Country and way is not c luptlled to r that T II Kelson her Washington L inn Kentucky Philalethean Unlou sub Contrast of Heroes Walker r JeflerwMi LaHter will sell puiWc ject Kentucky Ej Iphyllidiau j ouThuiMHiy Mnreh 2Sd at his Mason I Ieoue imle behw JaaksOHs Keny Union subject A Laurel Crown c iveiitucky itiver all hw peRHinal M V South Kentucky PhiLilelhean Mar Â¬ Union subject Patriotism I 1 triy conwiMing of Itoraes caitle 1 shals Epiphyllidiau John A John C bacon farming iuii4eineuis wm John H Van Lear Leslie Plgg I uk house oeooied by Jot 1 Parks Philalethean Jas R Sanders J P i ah as lite Joel Collins ptaoe on the Ferguson A E Spencer Prof Hager h i Ieli pike bGTMetl down 011 Mon Â¬ maii opened the exercises with prayer ti j night fierylhiug was saved but aud Prof Williamson pronouueed the t v kitchen furniture The house benediction c Li lire 111 the kitetieu 1 Tip s j Isl iiid of Navaa Vet Indies t Uanuary 28id says he has ripe watermelons tomatoes and oranges A letter from Capt George W tracks all about In the fields or South Georgia He is that much of a Mit- Â¬ chell county farmer and those Dough erty farmers have found out what a Inter State Collegiate Oratorical Contest clever dealer he Is and he Is going to Tlie young gentlemen of the various run the mule business In both coun Â¬ colleges are now becoming much in ties His firm M C Heath Co terested in theopprnach or the contest are going to build a flue stable in There are Ave colleges in the State Albany just opposite the American which belong to the league viz House He will look after Mitchell at Centre College Danville Georgetown tlie same time Camilla Gj Clarl nti College Georgetown Kentucky Unl front Florida M College Lexing Â¬ veiIty and A ton The first contest will take place Naplis Florida Feb 151h 168S In the chapel of Central University Mr TF C Frencli Jiiclimond Ky Friday April 0th and Mr Reuben This is the loveliest climate I ever Oflutr of Georgetown a member of saw and the laud rich and no frost the Senior class will represent Central ever falls Gameof all sorts abundant University in the contest A number Such finli and oysters are to be round of young gentlemen from the various nowhere else I have built me n oolleges will be present to cheer and beautiful home have a most prom- Â¬ uphold their respective champions ising garden of vegetables and flowers the tirst prize will be 30 in gold and and have planted several hundred the eeoond 20 in money Mr Lucian coconut orange lemon banana Noel Lancaster will represent Centre guava mougo and other sapadillo College Danville Mr J C Metcalf tropical trees I am putting some Christian county will represent George Kround lu order to plant 10000 plue- town College Mr A O hltltllul iapples in a few dijs X shall soon Mcholasville will represent the A have a paradNeof a place We have M College Lexington Have not a splendid hotel uearly finished and learned who will represent the Uni- several uice cottaees nearly done Wo versity at that place have no communication witii the out- Â¬ side world by steamship and in a IlourLon ys Madison The Senate passed the L G V year our road to Jacksonville will be Charter amendment during the ab- done A man can live here cheaper aud sence of our Senator Mr Clay at the better than any place I know of My funeral of his Mr Sam home is 100 yards from the shore ol the Clay On his return he asked that the Gulf and I am just going to walk luto bill be reconsidered as he objected to the surf for a morning hath Nothing the mniidutory clauses iu it The is so invigoratiug as a plunge luto salt House flatly refused to waste time on water It is impossible to get sick iu such an excuse Strange that the such a place Your Friend and Comrade Senator should vote for the Paris John S Williams Georgetown and Frankfort Charter with similar clauses and is said to be Tbe New Hotel willing to vote for the Louisville Richmond Hotel Company has The Southern with clauses oflike character so far raised 35000 for a new hotel objects to them in the ease of the but Ihey have an option on the burnt disV Does the Senator expect trict beginning at Piggs Hue on Main LC some more political honor from Bour- Â¬ strtet which will give them 83 feet 011 bon And can some one explain why Main street and a depth of 259 leet he Is so stuck on Madinn at this time Richmond will soon have a 40000 Winchester Sun hotel It is hinted that theres a beautiful The stockholders are C D Chenault young lady iu Madison which is jut John Beunett W B Smith J Stone now holding our Senators rivited at- Â¬ Walker LH lilmiton James Bennett tention Of course that excuses him Covington Arnold Bro Sam Rice for loving Madison As for Buurbou J W Bourne D H Myers T S he is iu love with our people and our Buruam O H ChenauK WallerBeu people are in love with him Bour- Â¬ nett Shackelford Gentry Co II B bon News Dillingham Dr G W Evans N B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A bill has been introduced to change the Madibon County Court ot Claims and Levy from the 2nd Monday in July to the 3rd Monday in April 80 that the county tax can be collected at the lame time aa the State tax un- Â¬ der tlie new revenue law This bill will meet the approbation of all the people aud save the Sheriff one extra trip and when a man pays both his State and county tax at once the thing Is settled and there is no confusion about which he paid last Mr John Baxter has been elected City Collector For some time he has been salesman for Mr W B White He comes originally from Brooks town and means to scoop up every -- thing pat due now due or that may here- Â¬ after lie due the city Mule Trade Tom Embrys mules are now making the work exceedingly difficult Missj WACO Elizalieth R Crow should have read Miss Elizabeth R Bennett Dudie s Mr Ben Wilson has his eyes turned of Devonshire aud where Dr A V name occurred twice one Wistward and his departure will soon Smiths should have been Dr J M Poynts take place Wallace Bennett siiould have been Mr Len Isaacs has returned from Waller Bennett Mr Shaw from the mountains where he has been on Lexington should have been from au extended visit Station Dr Hardin W White Mr Joe Oldham fessor has a Bright as a French conspirator was light heart this week siuce the return so thoroughly metamorphosed that he was not recognized even after he of his dony from Owsley Mr A W Adams will start West removed his mask and was not mentioned Mr Wm 8 HubJe as a in a few weeks The orator has the Mexican escaped us as did Messrs best wishes or the Sour woods J C Hahilltnn aud C Chenaujt of Miss Julia Rice has returned from Mt Stetllng Cabell Dentiy of Gar- Â¬ Clark county where she has been rard Sam Fox of litis place and visiting relaliVtB for several weeks Mr Robt Adams But the oversights Every money hungered has sown we particularly regret were Miss that Sallle Shackefordof this place Poetry his tobacco beds and still the worth Â¬ Miss Ees ie Rayburn this county less topic goes on about next years Pond Lilly Miss Alice Clay of Lex Â¬ terbacker crap1 ington Flora Miss Mattie Shankllu Mr W H Miller and wife of Rich Â¬ Lexington Gleaner Mrs Dr Foster mond were surprised alid serenaded Mrs Dr Heath Mrs Sallie A Miller by Tnjlors Hiring Baud while visitthis place Lack of time aud space ing at Judge Hlales one night lust caused us to omit mention of the en week tirely satisfactory manner in which Mr John Douglas aud Wife will Policeman Everett Berry guarded the Mr door Capt John D Feeney dropped leave for Illinois Match 1st at intervals during the evening to Douglas has been salesman at the dry in see if the machine was running goods store of C L Senrcy for several smoothly We should not neglect to years and at his departuie we will say that the Misses Buckley hud charge miss one of our best citizens of the ladies costumes aud gave great There has been invented an improvevidence of skill in drapery With ed sod and snow plow which is successthe band there were one hundred and ful The patentee lias b en very hap py ever since he found it to be a sucfifty present Â¬ Perhaps we should not mourn our loss so bitterly for unencumbered with the responsibility of sin we kuuw that she has gone safely home to Heaven and how naturally does thought sugge t that the slab which marks her resting place should bear the appropriate in- Â¬ scription Gone Home There is no death what seems so is transition This life of mortal breath Is but a suburb of life Elysian Whose portal we call death LAW Wc regard history as brie of the great factors in informing and educating the people and hold the Opinion that nd one can so Clearly and comprehensively read the story of the present as he who is fa- Â¬ miliar with that f the past It is al- Â¬ most impossible to read an article of any note or listen to a sermon lecture or ad Â¬ dress that does not abound with forcible illusions to the past or to events beyond the mountains Which are lost to the un- Â¬ informed The lessons of the patt arc the guides of the future A tate in the young for good literature is one of the nations safe guards We are therefore thankful for the matchless story of the past and tlie reaching and thoughtful re- Â¬ view of the present as given by that scholarly and elegant writer John Clark Ridpath LL D Professor in II is to rj in Depaw University in his latert and greatest works The Cyclopedia of Universal History in three elegantly bound and clearly printed volumes of two thousand five hundred pages with sivm-ty-tw- o valuable maps charU and dia- Â¬ grams and one thousand two hundred and ten engravings on wood and steel done by the best artists of Europe and America Many of them reproductions of noted historical art paintings by the old masters and the entire work clearly indexed We have Jiad the pleasure of examining and purchasing this work and commend it to our readers as worthy of their attention It is indorsed by some of the most eminent scholars of our coun- Â¬ try and is sold on terms so easy that any one can afford to buy it and no family can afford to do without it It is represented here by W P Maxey who is well known to some of our prople and whose statements are worthy of confidence Â¬ J F- - Stone Has the Slug r Cos Automatic chain noiseless sewiiiR stitch single thread Ladies machine strong and elegant feb 22 51 specially Invited to call Modesty Is n matter of habit If lovely woman would expend a portion of her sense of decorum upon her powdered shoulders and let the anil take cure ot itself she would have mod- Â¬ esty more neatly balanced Omaha Herald Horses Shod 6m gttfiil Walehss -- a Road Horses Trotters and Runners shod in any manner desired I have an extra lot ot 4 year old second growth timber for repairing nil kinds of vehicles Repairing machin All work guaranteed ery a specialty Shop back of Bmokss drug store S L MIDKIFF 8febly The majority of people are most generous when they have nothing to give Whitehall Times White Rurley Tobacco seed pure and yrw Ml n The Main St Jeweler 1 the place to go if yon want I MJZ9jZTr DinnMHKte Watches -- Clocks Jewelry Fine GoW Headed Silk UmbnlUw Gohl LIeacted Caes Iff Â¬ Fine Itazora Fine Pocket Knives Â¬ genuine at Whites Drug Store Second St near Garnett SMAl House Trace chains W C Gormley Co Domestic Sewin jlacliines AND ALL KINDS MSS Ot SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Clrxx Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They are the Children pecuiiy Hahlo to sudden Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cotigh We guarantee Ackers English etc Remedy a positive cure It saves Sold by hoars of anxious watching J S Collins BRING IU YOUR Â¬ PERSONAL Senator Harris spent Sunday at home Mr E T Burnam left Monday for When snow U three inches ou can continue your plowing deep For further information concerning this novelty address P F Adams cess father-in-la- Perhaps everybody iu the county has Louis illc heard of or seen Waco and its location iting We are blessed with two flouring Mr P M Pope and wife Jare mills dry goods stores blacksmith relatives in Bracken county barber shoe and pottery shops Also a Miss ShanVIn of Lexington visited flourishing school We have a place to Mrs Gerald Willis last week exceed a Wibchester boom and all Mr E J Willis of Shclbyville is the we lack is a railroad Let er come guest of his brother Mr W G Willis KINGSTON Will sell you youi carpets at a bottom figure He Sews and Las them for you and thus rids you of the trouble iu Matching them Call and see him j tnlS 3m A Vote to lie Taken And it is thought that a laige majori- Â¬ ty will be in favor ol trading at Whites Prescription Drug Store on Second stn et jau13 tf near the Garnett House Orders left with Covington Arnold Bio or at Madison National Bank for coal will receive prompt attention 4t Coai Elevator Lujibek Co Old it or the iiB aj3BSS1i N a a Gold lfj - Bks- - O S 3K M antl SILVER and get new goods for O l J3 1 STREET gins J A HigHI NEW GROCERY OH UPPER Misses Mattie and Jennie MonVe of Chicago are the guests of Mrs G C Francis Â¬ Judge D P Armer left Monday for Louisville to testify in the Hollingsworth case Son have bought of Mr John Stevens a John Porter jack G J White t Â¬ Oil S Collins Mrs M V E Greeuleaf Dr J M Brooks W W Plgg M M Harber T S Moberley D M Bright W R Letcher G W Willis A R Burnam Plans for the elevator adopted brick bought bids will soon be received and work begin Deatherage Broustou J Foster J J J Womans Suffrage Mrs James Beunett made an address in the House of Representatives tit Frankfort on Tuesday February 21st To pro- Â¬ The jist of her talk was this tect women equally with black men iu the rightof citizens of the United States to vote or United fatates officers by allowing me a tree born white woman to vote equally with slave born black men for members of this Legislature iu violation of the still existing con- Â¬ stitution of Kentucky which confers the privilege of voting upon free white male citizens alone Aud then become qualified to vote for members of the United States House of Representa- Â¬ tives iu submission to that clause of No the 14th ainendmeut which says state ilutll deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protect ion of Andof act 2005 of On the laws grcs which says All citlzeni or tlie United States shall have the same nnd equal opportunity to becume qualified to vote After Mrs Bennetts forcible way her statements and of putting arguments seven of the Legislators arose to their feet lu response to the tilioye question Mrs Zerelda Wallace lectured to a large and enthusiastic audience on Monday night and Mls Laura Clay addressed the judiciary commit tee of Senators on Tuesday and the House Committee on Wednesday upon Married Womens Property Rights 1 Mrs T C Witt is iu Mercer county with her brother Mr Monday who Mr Harrison of Lebanon was the is uot expected to live guest of Col and Mrs I Shelby Irvine I attended the Prohibition lecture of last week Mrs Woodbridge iu Berea last Tues Mrs J A Higgins and daughter Miss day night aud pronounce it good Julia hive returned home from a visit to Mr W understands her subject and relath es in Danville does not hesitate to declare the whole Mrs Davis nee Miss truth TW Parrish of Campbellsville is visiting her The contest for the Demorrst Medal parents Mr and Mrs S Parrish was held iu the Hall lust Wednesday The Mr James Benton has removed from night and was largely attended the country to town and is boarding with contestants were Misses Mattie Witt Nannie Tudor nud Annie Maupin Mr J D Djkes on Third street Mtssn Chas Tipton Chas Venable Mrs Alice Lobban who has been the Win West aud Cash Crook Every guest Jof Miss Jennie Taylor for some speaker did exceedingly well and weeks left Friday for Louisville showed the skill and thoroughness of Mr Mr W R Broocke and wife of Dan- their teacher Miss Anderson ville formerly situated at this place paid Chas Venablo was the Miecessftil com- Â¬ their friends here a flying visit last week petitor nud bore off the prize mid up rorous npplause The Judges were MrJohu Doty and wife returned last Messrs Harry Turner Wm Tatum w cek from an extended visit to Arkans s aud I D Todd The Chairman Mr They were the guests of Col and Mrs Turner presented the medal in 11 very Eagle at LonoVe nice neat little speech But poor Judge John Chenault was in Frcnkfor Harry should you see him tell him Saturday looking after the change of the his lack of gallantly nnd chivalry 1ms Madison Quarterly Court and Court of everlastlingly spiled his prospects Claims for this county In this community Harry Turner ths superb Richmond FOXTOWN lawyer passed to Flemingsburg to the reception of Judge Smiths son and his Plowing has begun in earnest and bride Kentuckian Citizcn bids fair for a heavy corn crop Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Robt Land of Nicholasville the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs March Mr L Parrott left Iat week to visit relatives iu Eastern Kentucky nud is Ienuessee Do you want pure drugs and the best You brands of tobaccos and cigars can find them at J J Brooks June22 New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE tf Collectors Office Sth District Kyl Richmond Ky Feb 28 1SS8 y X YVA nVV Editor of Department All preparations in which alcoholic liquids are a component part no matter under what name they are sold perfOn who sell them knowingly to those who buy them for use as beverages invohe themselves in liability to criminal prosecu- Â¬ tions under the Internal Revenue Laws unless they hold special tax stamps as liquor dealers causing such salts Tlie attention of the officers of the United States Government in this the Sth District Ky is called to this ruling and w ill see that the same is rigidly enforced Papers in this district please copy T S Bronstox Collector Dinucr The Climax I will be obliged if y ou will publish the following ruling of tlie Internal Revenue and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Blood Elixir is the only Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ teed It is a positive core for Ulcers Erup Â¬ tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the whole system and banishes all Rheumatic c STAPLE FAUTCY GROCERIES Queens ware Glassware Wooflcmwc thousands suffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ Coughs etc Did you ever try Ackers English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles sold on a positive guarantee at 10c 50c Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist sumption Carpets CaV SW Smplahftox Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches c Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs auglO 1 iw TOBACCOS OIGrjaSS to kakee ss y the 32 k en ion 21 - itan pliir omt mm Kttc- - ant Irn ral r Nortil- Vrs aFpar at ail PS frhou u lK invbll-i RELIGIOUS Forty protracted meetings are following the effjrt of Moody in Louisville Â¬ Several pirties In this vicinity are engaged iu making maple syrup and sugir Mr J B Kelley will move to his Red Lick farm from Clays Ferry lu a few day All kinds of stock look well consid Â¬ ering the disagreiule winter and scarcity of feed Mr B G Guver of Crab Orchard pa seil this place on his way to Win Â¬ chester with cattle 1 The Rev Geo O Barnes will return to Kentucky in April and hold a meeting at Nicholasville Eld J J Haley of ths Midway Chris- Â¬ tian church has accepted a position on the editorial staff of the Christian Evangelist of fit Louis and with his family will go to that city to resiJc about the 1st of next month Â¬ Tlrs -- t with beautiful parlors were fillet wolneu exqnWtely dressed aud val- Â¬ iant beaux Mr E T Burnani as- Â¬ Mrs Kamuel Bennett led the At Callahans sale near W Lites sisted by German Five figures were dauo d t Uijii on SMlurday fair crowd pres- Basket Scarf Star Initial and 1 aim in t implemeats sold lew viz Powder The Rogers Orchestra fur Â¬ Uncle Sam t tl lioilsehold lwKigUt gmni prices nished the music Mr W R Shack- Â¬ M k ciws 515 u 36 The readers of Tiik Climax will common was appointed leader lor the remember in an August taue Ktiix 510 eeit S oommoii horses elford The following ioung trial of Win Adams for robbing the next German 5J ami SSTe corn S8 40 per barrel the ldies aud gentlemen were present Post office at Berea some three jenrs Z E BUkh auctioneer Miss Alice Clay Lexington white ago and that Mr Adams was cleared Af tr the enlwtnlHiiieiit at the Col China silk gauze without a shadow ou his gixal name 1 - on Lift WedneIay night the Mrs Samuel Bennett blue albatross Holliugsworth Win Jack mill lace overdress diamonds i nig genilemiu seamed tiaxou were found to be implicated iu the white silk Mi o Nettie Stockton Tr -- t cleared the Willis House dliilug steal and were under bond to appear r u of its chairs and Rubles and had embroiderled mull overdress inoou lierore the March terra of Circuit Court iu at pleasant evening The dance stones A Uniled States official arrived the Mary Neale Lexington white tiijoyed UHtit the Mls ee 5ma latter part of last week and left Satur- Â¬ 1 Jrs About fifleeH couples jmr faille silk en traiu lace panel ostrich day for Louisville with Jack aud Wm l jated tits Holliugsworth to appear before the Mrs Dr A W Smith rose silk United States Court fur mail robbery The Medical Satiety poiut des sprit overdress diamonds The safe was blown open and money Has been organized and is now Miss Mattie Shauklln Lexington stamps and other valuables were taRen t Jer full headway The object of white brocade silk en traiu natural among other things a watch which Cj sxiety is to meet every Thursday flowers and ostrich tips gave the clue Mr A D Rufl had Miss Jennie Fax Mt Sterling pink tvtiilng and discuss medical topics knew the number nt been notified lie fillowiug offieers were elected silk en train crystal trimmings ostrioh the watch so aud as soon s the watch was Dr Win Jennings President Dr J tips and diamonds presented to him he recognized it as I Miss Lilla Chenault yellow silk 1iHz VicePresideut Dr H V the stolen one aud Adams was arrestÂ¬ r ftit Treasurer and Secretary oriental lace natural flowers ed This brought about a peculiar case Miss Bella Harber red and white of likeness Wm Adams and Wm Circuit Court surah lace overdress gold Holliugsworth were in town together Miss Lizzie Beuneit white surah Ou the third Monday in March Cr aud presented the watch together at cJii Curt will convene with 165 cases tulle overdress emeralds Ruffs jewelry store Both were drinkCallle Chenault white cordu- Â¬ Miss en the criminal docket There are 70 ing aud one fell in front of the store casei fitr unlawful snle of liquor and roy en train natural flowers and in less than half an hour Adams Davenport Charleston Miss Amelia 1iJor to minors 27 for concealed was arrested and Holliugsworth es weapou 5 for grand larceny 3 for Va faille silk gauze front natural capetl The two men are nearly exact- Â¬ pearls tuurder 3 for violating Sabbath day flowers ly alike and even one of their old 74 old equity cases Miss Mary Burnam white China school mates in the grand jury room opals silk Paris lace diamonds and couldnt tell tother from which Both They Escaped Miss Mattie Chenault black velvet i the Holllngsworths have families Rev H T Daniel has a brother and en train gold Wm lives in Rockcastle county aud siaer hvug in Mt Vernon 111 The Miss David Chenault Lexington tj lone passed between Jhelr residences sky blue satin aud velvet natural Jack lives near Klrksville d Bgtheni uoliarm After The Battle OapL John A flowers and medallions H ggins has a eousiu living there JMr Miss Lizzie Barret pink faille silk In lookiug over the the field after McRrberls who likewise escaped embroidered gauze overdress gold and the Leap year party reported in last Te raiiroad offiee in which Mr J I pearls weeks Climax we find a number of liKmuey did business before he Miss Pearl Chenault Lexington blue killed aud wounded The killed were rem ved South was demolished silk en traiu gold those whose names we unfortunately Miss Delia Ramsey white silk aud overlocked altogether aud the wound- Â¬ The Louisville Soathera Kallrsad aud dia Â¬ ed were those yhose names were velvet en train 1 e charter has been granted hy the monds wrong For the first lime iu the his Â¬ Igj- - ture and went to the Governor Mra Gerald Willis vaJvet and bilk tory of newspapers in Richmond an week fwr life signature As Ihe street eostume aotunl account of an evening jwrty - tr was draws wp 1h accordance Messrs E T Burnsm Waller Ben- Â¬ appeared in next mornings paper w 1 the Qoverners Jihjas he will nett J C- - Hughe Sam Bennett W Tub Climax had therefore little time Kti it tins wek If Ife has not already EL MeDowell Newland Jones to secure the requisite information tone so The LmikvlHe SeutLoni R OHutt W As the muska were not removed until C Hume aaiagers will be lwre In a lew daya Hume A FDudley R T Irvine H I half past eleveu oclock Jt whs Impos- rut a prajieeitkHi to tliepeo cneuauir vv O urigiit 1 iic- - slble to get names and costumes before l of Una oowtty The CJoBHty Cowl Dowell Geo Phelps B Adums W that time Again some persons wont w i irder a vet and the eleotten will R Shackelford Miller Ward D B j home tienire others came and the f probably Ihe first of May The Shackelford and R McCreary this unusual appearance ot familiar forma lr Position will carry and work will ptaee and sir E J Willis Bhelby- - In fancy dress added to the further rt ace thereafter begin ville perplexity of ft large attendance iPaqs b- It was one of Mrs atkellords moot delightful teas and v a thoroughly enjoyed n Yirgiuia Jas T rjtiaokelford had a few Ou last Friday evening the Cinder- Â¬ uiils to tea on last Thursday to meet ella German gave one of Club ia Alice Clay of Lexington and its entertainments at Dr aud Mm is Amelia Davenport of Chailes A W Smiths The large double The German Mr Esom Burgin sold to Wm Gov Buckner has sent to the Senate a message vetoing the bill incorporating the F White of Lexington 11 nice com- Â¬ Shelby County Baptist Ministers Aid bined gelding ror 300 Association on the ground that as The distillery at this place is in full it would be ixempt from taxation it operatiou and is said to be turning would add to the burden already on the out a superior quality or the far famed shoulders of other tax payers Foxtown red eye John McGuire a not very active member of St Stephens church New York dropped dead at a meeting of the Anti Poverty Society Sunday night All ar-Â¬ rangements were made for his inter- Â¬ ment at Calvary Catholic Church where McGuire had owned a lot in which his wife was buried At the last moment the cemetery authorities refused to grant the burial permit on the ground that Mc- Â¬ Guire had not attended to his duties as a Christian by attending mass and confes- Â¬ Â¬ Jr Miss Loltie Maydwell nr Louisville who has been ror several weeks with the family of W T King returned home last Saturday Bev Mr Henderson spent several days with hN members at litis place and Is altogether n merry old soul much younger iu ways than hi years cl DIED -- -- forget-me-no- ts ftli j Mary B wlfeofTreasiirer P D D idge Rev Spurgeon in a letter to the Berea College died Wednesday 22nd Wcsleyan Reform Union in reply to a otFebruary after a short sickness She resolution adopted by that body express- Â¬ had what what was considered a light and uot until ing approval of his course in withdrawing attack ot pneumonia from the Baptist Union savs I am Sunday was danger apprehended unable to remain longer quiet when the Mrs Bettie Divis daughter of the war is for the authority of the tcriptures late Edmund Baxter tell dead from and the great doctrine of mans ruin his her clmlr at her home at Brodkstnwu and finality of the Lords school house northern part or Madison redemption judgement Being zealous for the old county mi Thursday February 3rd Evangelical faith 1 may speak too sternly aged about 52 years Supposed apo- Â¬ against the enemies of truth and my plexy She was the widow of Dick words may seem unnecessarily sharp Davis fifteen years deceased words We will together fight for the Word and Gospel Wc will bear our IS MEMORY outspoken witness against this modern purgatory Inth loves a shining mark as is While Bishop Dudley was preaching plainly taught by the mournful de- Â¬ on Sunday night and pleading earnestly parture of Katie daughter of E om for men not to delay in embracing the and Mary Burgin on February 10th offers of salvation for they know not the who was quietly laid to rest in the Rich Â¬ hour when the Son of Man would come mond cemeteiy where inunyfrlendshml a whole family arose and went out He met to pay the lost sad tribute or love paused till the last footstep had departed to the mortal remains ol sleeping In- Â¬ for they had gone on the summons of nocence Iu the silent hours of night death of the venerable Stephen Swift when anxious hearts were waiting aud but he returned instantly not even know sleepless eyes were watching after ing what the occasion was but knew that rendering in voice more tender aud it was a solemn summons He said with aw eel than she was ever before known infinite solemnity and pathos Like that to possess the familiar hymn God be like that and many of his auditors with us till we meet again she trembled even as did the Roman Tetrarch gave back untarnished to its maker who had dismissed Paul for a more con- Â¬ one or th loveliest spirits Kntlo was venient season and whore life he had a decided favorite with all who knew reviewed A more impressive scene was her nnd lu the delirium nfiifes close never witnessed in the house of God for iug hours seemed us but a bud flushed it gave emphasis to the terrible warning early from earth that it might bloom which he had uttered and was in very sweeter In heaven Too pure and deed what he had drawn in imagination spotless for the profitless wraiigllugs of The quickness with which he siczed upon this cynical wmld she has drawn the incident showed genius and talent of asunder earths fondest ties aud gone the highest order No man went out of ton tranquil eternity Gone from the that church but what felt solemntzed and bleak solitudes of winter to the genial impressed as hardly ever before in his glow of tliut better horns where the life Lexington Gazette flowers yet are blooming and the birds are sweetly singing Ti hard In Â¬ deed to Untwine from the heart such MATRIMONIAL- precious tendrils as these but lis the Dr N W Moore and Miss Carrie fadeless decree of fate nnd in obedlencu Pope were married at Augusta Bracken to the Masters will she has gone in county February 22nd The bride is r the beautiful flush of unclouded pnrlty niece of Mr P M Pope of this place to ihe shining realois of ethereal bliss -Â¬ sion Dinelli will have a good dinner jaiilS3m Court Day Drop hi about the middle of the day and get a good cup of coffee The LoniNile Southern an excellent steak some nice bread or railroad Is certainly coming but an oyster fry stew or broil Celery Whites Prescription Drug 8tore i aud all other etceteras in variety and already here Stcond street near the of the best Second door from tlie Garnett House jun18 tf post office Tlie moment you reel hungry go and see Dinelli Fruits C Blind bridles W C Gormley cigars tobacco etc It that are fretful peevish AJNAV VV55 crosg or trolled n J S CoIIinss Teething Pains or Windy Colic Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ Stomach Disorders can be relieved ture Lace Curtaluo Window Shades at once by using Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine Carpets c janl8 3m henca is safe Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Blind bridles W C Gormley Co Brooks the druggist Patronize W G White Prescription Druggist fir r Of the good things of this VWVXVVV lifJ aro gorrowfaiiy let Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers Contain Mercury Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia Constipation sold on a Indigestion and As Mercury will surely destroy the positive guarantee at 25 and 60 cents by sense of smell ami completely derange W G White Prescription Druggist the whole sjstem when entering It through the mucous surfaces Such Seeing a Dollar nrticles should never be used except on Some men can see n dollar a long prescriptions from reputable physicians way oil but everylmdy can save a as the damage they will do are ten fold dollar by trading at Whites Prescrip to the good you can possibly derive lion Drug Store 011 Second street near frm them Halls Catarrh Cure the Garnett House Jan IS tf mnniifiictured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally and acts direclly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of Remaining unclaimed in the nt tbenystem In buying HHa Catarrh Feb 2d Richmond Ky week ending 1888 Cure be sure that you get the genuine Bennett Win Milter Stakanl L it is taken internally and made In Broaddus Rev T II Mjcrs John 2 McKinney Katie Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Bogie Lizzie Mnllin Mack DrSohl by J J Brooks price 75c Blatlie Mariat Newman Lena Curry Overton per bottle feblolm PottsMr Mrs J D Gentry Mary M m mm m Piirscll SJ Henry Mary Plow gear W C Gormley Co Itirsell Sam 2 Kemper Wm Rocson Mart King Joseph Sandern J Harry Orders left with Covington Arnold Lackey Sidney Mavs Phillip Surner Delia Bro oral Madison National Rink Mathews Julie Walker Riley for coal will receive prompt attention Martin Robt Walker Sophia 4t Coal Elkvator Lumbkk Co Moxburry Laura White Maggie Advertised mutter will be held two weeks after dte of adverli enient and Trace chains W C Gormley Co then if undelivered will be sent to the dead letter office Post office hours from 6 A M to 7 V A Question jr Money order ami registered letter Where are you going to buy your hours prompt 7 A 31 to 6 P M drugs nud books this ear I invite J B WILLK pm your trade W G WlIITB Druggist Second street near Garnett Koike- House Jan 18 tf krf You will find the biggest stock the Puwt oril tr points SOOower ait Prettiest Patterns the Latent Styles thunvUfuir otlwr Hue Is Kiwranweu m accoin iiow bkhIm n rj STrRAUl and the Lowest prices at J S CoIIinss Brt Afi MINNEAPOLIS A Clas Irumt Ut aaoorSt Paulto heetat The public are invited to call on roe for Cft KjMAWitaB fllllion6 tor 3fariB tana WatertowTi AbenWen Bleiidale Fort Dulont awl Bothrvau Dakota area tew ol the priudal points reached via r cent extensions M this road For raaj or ether information C II Warhev General Pa8enper Agent St PaolMinn orU E TnpprItrt FasseBgtr IcMuir l South rlnrlr St f bicago t Send tor new map ot Korthwest HH IIAILWAX Great andBen- - Jf Irs tit fo j 4S- - t t Boob end Shoes 1 tKeH Son ttt a which I am now sellingat very low pr eta to make room iorim imnKiue rtfYyo E B WALLACE r k SS ttpais lisgox tegkt oaeaj STOSK AXD- JJ - Vv GONTRAG TOR Is prepared to do an Kinds of which I will hate on in about thirty day I carry the following celebrated custom made brands which are guaranteed J j N Cloys Ladies BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK Childrens ZieglerBrosXadies Gents Drew Selby Cos LmHcs fc Kj X AT THE MOST Ilest Bros Gentlemens II B Antlt04iies CntMrett Is Ed wiii Clapps Gentlemens Allen Fla Reasonable and in the best manner thoroughly educated Hates Carpenter gs Heavy Goods I LETTERS lie is a can tett VCaM and I cm how better RcspecMwHy tfcm vou thai I am setting CHEAJ CC e and builder and those contemplat- Â¬ ing building will do well to secure P S Lattndrv an estimate from him Office at his residence on Ilallie toticited WALLACE I am agent for N Y Steam Ladies nd Gentlemen work jan iy Irvine Street Junesi tf ADRUFF M - -- nttSjBBK I UBWjSsfsS 3 M 4 3SBSaHjSSflcuSSPSjBSBSSJR idmiiiislralors DEALEK IN Madison Court Common Fleas Coal Elevator All persona having claims against GENTLEMEN the estate Sadouta Oldham deceased Watcbe Clocks Jewelry Sliver and Orders left with Covlngtou Arnold are herebyofrequired to file the fiime- The only Sne calf 3 Seamiest Shoe in Plaled ware etc Special Bro or at Madison Natioual Bank with the uuderslgned commissioner du Â¬ the world made without tacks or nails attention given to for coal will receive prompt attention ly and properly proved arid verified on At stvMsh arid durable as thone cowing 5 or f6 ana having no tacks or aaris to 4t Coal Elevator Lumber Co or before the 1st Monday In May 1888 wear the stocking or hurt the fret makes 8 E Scott M C M C P C SETTING DIAMONDS them as comfortable and well fitting as a feb22 2t hand few cd thoe Bur the best None J F Stone W genuine unless stamped on bo torn Has the latest Improved Loci Stitch AND OTHER PliECIOUS STONES L Douglas J3 Shoe warranted Sewing Machine which is acknowl- Â¬ W L DOIGLAS 4 SHOE the original edged to be superior to any machine and only hand sewed wH 4 shoe which ever offered to tlie public feb22 4t equals custom made shoes costing from 6 Promptly done and In a workmanlike to 9 W L DOUGLAS 250 S110E Pay Up manner celled for heavv wear milling firm ofE Form an The SHOE is worn by Cash Paid for Old Gold and SilYer aHW L DOUGLAS Sou having changed to that of For Boys and is the beat school shoe ut Co nil persons in Â¬ tnan Chenault the world EST Dont torget the place next door debted to us will please call at once Which we will sell at AH the above goods are made in Coa to the Pnst ofllfce Kicl iuond Ky and settle gress Button and Lace and if not sold Respectfully by your denier write W L PUC8LAS Jui4lf It E Furman Sox 41 Orders left with Covington Arnold Bro or at Madison Natioual Bank forcoal will receive prompt attention Ldjihek Co Sadonia Oldhams Adiur VS Smith Hakms c Walchmaker and Jeweler W L DOUGLAS 3 SIlOe tm r H- - 5 CENTS We have a few pieces of Dress Ginghams The balance of this week f JPiue Gents a Yard feb22 if Plow gear W O Gormley Mrs J FV Stone Co HJ STRENG- - YAZOO I RECORD LOUISVILLE STORE Will have on exhibition about March 1st U full Hue of New Millinery at her old stand on FIM street No 13 feb22 tf The Thing Has Chanod BROTHER TO 240 YUBA Brockton Moss JACK FKBE3IAN febi tf Agent KwbbmhmI Kj 221 ROOM FOR RENT Nlcfttt rMim up walr over J ollms liirnilurexlort Apply to feli29 2t gas bills null accounts will please be ready to settle in full by Thursday March 1st as the new firm tafcescharge on that day Respeot fully 21 The Richmond Gas Works have changed butidf and all petons owing Smith or L J Fkazkr W M H It By IlaroUl let dam by Belmont 8 2d Mnmbrino Chief 3d Roebuck low Bates to Paoifio Coarf w AnuccKrK 4th Madfecm Whip The new aawnaent betweea tke BentatHsM aatterias a tower zaa to fiseMa eoaat points vta be MnHabo PsenV Mass tbsatsmadeTtanroChar Bus FMamt aa- earslOBS AeanauBOdattona itsVsteas Itor rates maps and otfcwr ly to C Mrtman ape Stneral K Waaaa FaMenatr AgMit St PaJ Haw FH HI I AUAIK Wilt stand nt Silver Greek county Ky at tQ To Isscri A LtvisG Coit For ftir- The old friends oMjij Smith who i ther particulars address us at Sil need any CurrtagpltaptiirhiK oau Itnd tilia at L O Hchnthitei old stand ver Creek CIRBUG BTtEPAIIUKG l M3sA IP j Dinelli y lav a fek good dinner m - Ka j4 - prepared tit do alt kinds of Catriage lUpNiUng Patejlug c wliere lie T febiU Silb 1 a BURNAM CQ Procured Wm O Hen derson 915 K M Wash tnetott D C Former v 1 of h jamming Corpse I S Patent Office rear expencice N ij or aivtlei rr fieri I fat tabihtv CortspoiNiene clKitei PiTEnTi 1 fr r i - f r frnirwz THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON W CONCERNING HOOPS USEFUL ANDSUGGESTIVE GWHITE PRICE PER TEAR 150 29 18S8 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY SHARP COMPETITION A Acricoltural Problem Created by the Growth or ClTiUratlou All have noticed that competition in the prodnetion and sale of articles to be used for food and clothing hasbe come xery sharp during the past few years Improved methods of trans Â¬ portation hare enabled the people of Tory civilized ootuitry to compete with ns in all the great markets of the verld Oar brewers find that it is often pr8uble for them to import barley and hops Large quantities of foreign potatoes eggs and hemp arc now used in this country In every foreign market we find hosts of com- Â¬ petitors Liverpool now receives wheat not only from the United States Can- Â¬ ada and Russia but from Australia ami rations parts of Asia Africa and South America American beef and mutton now comes in competition with that produced in the islands of the Indian Oeean and South America The produc- Â¬ tion of Indian corn is increasing in va Â¬ rious parts of the world that will soon raise it for export Soon it will be used for fattening hogs which will be offered for sale in foreign markets The prodnetion of cotton is extending In countries that have heretofore pro daeed but very little The like is true In relation to tobaeeo which has been n seeeee of wealth to this country That competition in the raising and disposal of farm products will continue to grew sharper year by jear seems evident Concentrated capital has beÂ¬ come a most important factor in the prodnetion of meat grain fruit cotton and woeL As the rates of interest be Â¬ come lower many capitalists are in Â¬ clined to invest large sums in farming operations or the production of wool and beef Companies have been form Â¬ ed for raking grapes making butter cheese and wine and raising cattle and The invention and introduction of agricultural machinery have more than doubled the power of most conn trios to produce crops And now it seems certain that the in Â¬ crease of civilisation among people who have always lived in a very primi- Â¬ tive fashion and done their work by the aid of poor implements Mill make ooropetion sharper as time rolls on An observing gentleman who has spent much time in India predicts that the time will come when the people of that oonntry will produce the food fornot of the densely settled countries of Eu- Â¬ rope The soil is rich and the climate favorable for the production of fowl oreps It k also very favorable to cheap living as it makes the expenditure of mnoh money for clothing fuel and buddings for men and animals uunec eosearyThe present wants of the Indian ryot are few All the progress among his people was made a long time ago They wore themselves into a rut and they have remained there ever since Neither his vines or his virtues are of a costly kind lie has little ambition or desire for change The cot of fit- Â¬ ting np a place for farming is almost nominal Of scientific methods of farming he knows nothing and all his implements are of the simplest kiniU still be knows bow to raise almost every sort of erop In all matters perÂ¬ taining to domestic economy he can give instructions to the farmers of the most advanced countries in the world The native farmer of India whose name k not legion but millions only Bonds to become civilised to become the snooeseful competitor of the grain pradueers of this country and Canada The spirit of progress has not stirred his slow mind as yet but it will in time His ambition will be aroused one of those years He is no longer entirely submissive to the requirements of the priests lie has leeome negli Â¬ gent in rngard to attending religious ceremonials Caste distinctions are beginning to disappear The machines and improved implements brought into tfce country by Englishmen are attract Â¬ ing the attention of the native farmers To sueeeMfnlly compete with the Eng Â¬ lish farmers now in India the native farmers will find that they must use the same kinds of tools and machines When they ean compete with English farmers at home they will become the oonipotitors of the farmers of every civilised country on the giolie They wilt enjoy the advantages of climate soil and frugal habits The native farmer of India now raises wheat cheaper than k can be prod need in this conn try Give him better facilities and he will produce it cheaper than he now does Nearly three fourths of the inhabi Â¬ tants of India are farmers They are ot general farmers but grain pro Â¬ ducers They now raise more grain than the people of the country can con Â¬ sume Otve them better farming im Â¬ plements and the grain productions of the eeuetry will be doubled Ambi Â¬ tion and the desire for wealth come wkh inci easing civilisations To ob Â¬ tain the Btannfaetered articles desired by people who e rising in intelli- Â¬ gence the fawners of India all raise more wheat SaMreads are extending in that country very rapidly and the managers of litem as well as the local government are doing every thing in their power to increase the production of grain for expert The railroad and the steamship have done more than the sntf Mndfng harvester and power thrashing mnelkne for increasing the prodnetion of wheat and other food crops In diminishing the cost of transportation they increased the num Â¬ ber of our competitors The steam engine is the great eivilizing agent and the eivilized man differs from the sav- Â¬ age ehiefly in the amount of things he produces The latter is satisfied if he raises enough for Ms own use while the latter thinks he must prod nee to supply the wants of others Chicago Time sheep The Huge Oo Cart Affairs That TJsed to Be All the liace Dnringall the long period that the hoop had part and lot in costume it had to boar up against a series of and well sustained assaults on all sides The decrees issued against it by Engs and Emperors in different countries aSbrd curious reading in view of the failure which attended them for whether It was intended to limit the inconvenientsize of the hoop or to keep it within bounds of reason no atten- Â¬ tion whatever appears to have been paid to any regulations or ordinance or proclamation and the hoop went on in its accustomed way without regard to any mans behest and careless of What rulers failed to complainings effect earnest men preachers and satirists still endeavor to accomplish and it must be said quite as unavail ingly The hoop was proof against ridi Â¬ cule ind indifferent to reproach lijops were first known in England in jfcSS and Bishop Latimer the same prelate who was burned at the stake by Queea Mary was very severe upon these roundabouts as he called them which the devil in all ennning had invented as an instrument of pride Disregarding the picturesque literature of the earlier hoops the times are reached when after a period of neglect the bewitching round again appeared in costumes Sir Rogers tie Coverley new fashioned petti- Â¬ mentioned the coat in 1711 but this is not to say that the great hoops which made a lady walk as if she were in a go cart were introduced at that date From the time of its revival the hoop had a merry reign and change ran riot in the shape and size of it A lady resembled first a huge bell then a dish cover then she seemed to be rising from a great drum next as if she stood in a batter churn to nhieh George Colman com Â¬ pares the hoop when he says that at times it expanded from such dimensions to the circumference of three hogs Â¬ heads AH the et eeyiste held high revelry over the vagaries of the petti- Â¬ coat Particularly did Mr Isaac Biekerstaff in 1709 have one brought up before him for trial and gleefully relates how the garment if hoops ctn fairly be considered as apparel had to be hoisted up to the ceiling to show its proportions and then formed a very splendid ami ample canopy1 over the court assembled covering it with a kind of silken rotunda its form not unlike the cupola of St Fauls Cathe- Â¬ dral After running a long course of changes but with popularity undimin Â¬ ished perhaps stimulated by all this pother the hoop took a new shape about 1745 expanding on either hand A so that a lady in the very newest fash Â¬ ion was like nothing cite so much as a drummer in a cavalry band with skirts about him We may neer again be threatened with hoops eight yards such as a ballad of 1753 is wide righteously severe upon but so long as eccentricity with some passes for beauty there will be revivals more or less complete of the hoop ami crino- Â¬ line Robert Chambers shows how Edinburgh society suffered within his memory under the tyranny of hoops In the morning a lady put on a pocket hoop resembling a pair of small pan- Â¬ niers For occasions not quite full dress there was to be worn a bell hoop a petticoat frame in shape like a bell made of cane or rope For full state there was provided a hoop so monstrous that people saw half of it enter the room before the wearer This the matter-of-fachronicler goes on to say was found inconvenient So inconvenient was it that in the nar- Â¬ row passages and entries of Edinburgh Old Town ladies tilted them up and carried them under theirarms in case of this happening there was a show of pet- Â¬ ticoat below Surely tiie shapeless hor Â¬ rors of crinoline shouM be impossible of renewal Womans World ably-di-rent- ed ct Wood ashes put into a woolen bag and placed in the water will mako hard water soft Tho simplest way to keep an oiled table nice as new is to wipe it over thoroughly once a week with a flan Â¬ nel cloth well wet in good kerosene oiL have used it Its defects may be hid don by paint and pntty its metal work treacherous hut how a really good one is made must bo left for a future cant know what its worth till you A carriage is like a piano You article One cup Cream Spongo Cake flour one third cup of sugar one half cup of cream two eggs one half tea spoonful of soda mixed in flour Beat the eggs sugar and cream together then add tho flour beat lightly and bake at once Bread Fritters Cut thin round slices of bread butter them very light- Â¬ ly spread with jam and stick together in pairs Fry in boiling lard after dipping in a batter of ono egg one pint of milk a pinch of salt and flour enough to make a pancake batter In carving a turkey cut off the wing nearest first then tho leg and second joint then slice from tho breast after which insort the knife be-Â¬ tween the bones and separate them The side bone lies beside the rump and the desired morsel can be taken out without separating the whole bone It is always a mistake to strain the hair into any unnatural positions Ar- Â¬ range it either high or low as is most becoming but never do it so tightly as to strain the hair Do not wear heavy metal pins or ornaments in the hair they injure it and often cause trouble- Â¬ some headaches If possiblo avoid curling tho hair artificially if it must be done put it up dry in soft paper but never use hot irons or curling tongs or patent crimpers Stewed Sweet Breads Trim somo sweet breads and soak them in warm water till quite white blanch in boil- Â¬ ing water and then put thom in cold water for a short time When cold dry them and put them in some well flavored white stock stew for half an hour beat up the yolks of two or three eggs with some cream a little finely minced parsley and grated nutmeg pepper and salt to taste Add this to the sauce put it on the fire to get quito hot dish tho sweet breads pour the sauce over and serve A pretty and inexpensive and eas- Â¬ ily made tabic is one made of the cover of a small butter firkin and three Cut the sticks tho broom handles length desired and crossing them in the Center get tho exact angle wanted then with a long screw attach them firmly together Fasten the top secure- Â¬ ly to the sticks and gild the legs Cover the top with garnet plush or felt and around the edge attach garnet and gold chenille ball fringe Tie a bow of broad garnet satin ribbon around whore the sticks are fastened together to concoal the screw BUTTER PACKAGES A Matter Worthy of the Attention or Wide Awake Farmer PUNNING AND PUNSTERS The Sabjeet Viewed in tbe Light or a Fy Supposing three degrees of evolution I submit that punning is the least evolved system of joking that wit is evolved out of punning and that humor is evolved out of wit Every body has heard of Sydney Smiths remark that it requires a surgical operation to get a joke into the head of a Scotchman But be spoke without distinguishing The Scotch have a great appreciation of those highly evolved jocosities dis- Â¬ playing the humorous although no doubt a scorn of simple lowly evolved jocosities sueh as piayA on words It is difficult to form a conception of a Scotch punster Yet I have heard an Aberdonian a physician of world wide reputation make a pun PHnning is well worthy the psycho- Â¬ logists attention I seriously mean that the analysis of puns is a simple way of beginning the methodical analy Â¬ sis of the process of normal and abÂ¬ normal mentation This I think I can easily show Vision is stereoscop- Â¬ ic in a sense it is slightly diplopic for there are two dissimilar images al- Â¬ though there seems to be but one ex-Â¬ ternal object as we call it To borrow the ophthalmologic term we can say that mentation is stereoscopic al Â¬ ways subject object although we often states of con Â¬ speak of it as single sciousness etc Just as there is vis- Â¬ ual diplopia so there is mental diplo- Â¬ pia or as it Is commonly callcXl double Now consciousness back to punning I pome We all have mental diplopia when bearing the answer to a riddle which depends on a pun When is a Answer little girl not a little girl When she is a little horse hoarse The feelde amusement we have in the slightly morbid mental state thus in Â¬ duced is from the incongruous ele Â¬ ments of a mental diplopia The wool hearse rouses in us the idea of a little girl who lias taken cold and the same sounding word horse rouses in ns the idea of a well known quadruped EARLY MATURED BEEF at the same time We have tbe sensa- Â¬ Method of Former Days and Those la tion of complete resemblance with the Vogue at Present Forty years ago the fatted steer must sense of vast difference Here is I sub- Â¬ mit a caricature of the normal process jbe In nil eases four years old and Popular Science two or three years older to go into of all mentation market It was regarded as the height of extravagance or to say the least Swapping in the West poor economy to propose putting it into market earlier Our fathers con Â¬ Swapping is always associated with sidered the complete growth of the an Â¬ Western life said a real estate broker imal the only period of proper maturÂ¬ One alwnjns imagines a cowboy or ity For centuries the cost of produe ranchman mooting another and exÂ¬ Uon of the aged animal was scarcely changing a horse for a gun and a thevght of and seldom computed To blanket or a number of cattle for a be sure on the frontier with free pas piece of land This barter is not only tare ruch a bullock often cost his carried on in the Wes Yon would be owner lees at sixteen 4e eighteen hun Â¬ serprued to sf e what queer transactions dred poonds gross weight than the tidy we have to take sometimes A lady in two- - car old of modern like proporÂ¬ this city who had some flue diamonds But on pasture and corn wished to make an investment in real tions ground now worth fifty dollars to one estate bet had no money to invest hundred doHnro per acre the old steer She came to us and we managed BHist aire way to the oarly matwed a piece of land for which she gave somo The man who dis Â¬ 3 oath in the Hue of the progress of the of her diamonds time and in the demands of economy posed of the land did not want the diaÂ¬ The tender quality of the beef thus monds after he had received them and eerlv matured recommends K atnoce he again managed to exehinge lliem os superior to the ether Beoanse of for a share in a good paing business this exci Hence It brings a greater price in a small countiy town bonietunes and the consume1 uses more of it all the stock in a ttore will be valued tthh r suits in double profit Let not and taken fii real estate sometimes the -- a f crer go hungiy if jou Mould hrscB nnt airinget will be g ten for 3 T Mad and Jiyrttt buijnisses rx v i to tlie boi profit usu-aH- cheloieal Stadj Punning I think does not receive enough attention In spite of Dr John- Â¬ sons well known dictum we should not despise punning Sydney Smith says that it is the foundation of all wit One of the worst items against the sale of country butter is the condition it is sent to the market It is not altogether in the package but fully as much the condition of the butter itself One has best to take a little pains and see the different shapes and condi- Â¬ tions it is brought to tho country mer- Â¬ chant to fully realize how difficult it is for him to piepare it even in a reason- Â¬ ably good condition for market He gets it in one pound round balls that bear unmistakable evidence of being moulded into this shape by the hands Others bring it in large balls weighing from four to six pounds virile others pack into a basket or jar and it must be taken out in almost any condition but tlie right one Others again tako a little pains and bring what they have to soil in neat pound rolls mould- Â¬ ed into good shape and stamped With the butter in this condition it is the next thing to an impossibility to pack and send to markot so that it will arrive in market in a good condition And even if it could be properly packed it is even then not in a condi- Â¬ tion to sell for the best prices It is not attractive to the purchaser it is not in a convenient shape for the deal- Â¬ er to sell or the purchaser to ue and in consequence must largely be sold for cooking purposes and at necessa- Â¬ rily low prices Of course if it sells after being sent to the market at a low price the country morchant must pur- Â¬ chase at a low price and the farmer who is the producer finds that keeping cows and making butter is not by any means a profitable business yet ho wants to keep cows for the milk that he needs at home and the calves By even having a stamp and press- Â¬ ing it into rolls of good shape and then wrapping each roll in clean white cheap cloth a considerable improve Â¬ ment could be made in the appearance and by this moans n bettor price is se- Â¬ cured Much blame is often attached to the country merchant on account of the condition he sends the butter he purchases from his customer But the fault is not always his own the farmer does not prepare it in a suitable condi- Â¬ tion at the start to be handled or rolled Place a few packages or rolls of butter gotten up in proper shape and by the sido put the same number of pounds of butter in a variety of shapes as it usually comes to the country market and nine times out of ten the better rolls will sell much the readiest and generally at a better price even though tho quality may not bo any hotter or even quite as good There is cortainly plenty of room for improvement if we expect to make what we term country butter sell at a price that will pay tho farmer to man- Â¬ ufacture NJ Shephsrd in American Dairyman m m toct Hints for Sheep Raisers Can sheep get too much salt and how should it be given to prcrenUthat asks a correspondent Well it must be remombered that salt is a poison if taken largely we reply If the ani Â¬ mal is deprived of salt for a long time and then given an opportunity to cat all it wants it may eat too much It should cither always be within the reach of the sheep or fed judiciously at intervals Ones judgment will be enough to guide him in giving salt If a sheep is poisoned the symptoms are the same as those of inflammation of the stomach by poisonous plants such as laurel wild parsnips or other irri-Â¬ tant The sheep moans hangs tho head and slobbers at the mouth tbe nose is contracted and pinched in at the sides there is straining in attempting to urinate the mouth becomes hot and inflamed the pulse rapid the belly full tense and painful when pressed the bowels discharge blood and loose dark dung ami the sufferer soon falls into torpor and convulsions Tho remedy is to give plenty of warm water and thin oatmeal or linseed gruel The latter or gum water will soothe tho ir riaion and relieve the pain Gira also half dram doses of hyoscyamns to relieve spasms and one nunee doses ut ove or lard oil to eject the poison TlU ticatnicnt is applicable not only to salt poisoning but to nil cases of poisoniug Burul Aisie Worker Si tOlMt FOR hARMERS MODERN LES MISERABLES RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Q jarterlv Cwit fctirth Mciav LODGE DlKECTOMV January April July anl lb mil M Thero aru in ths conntry accord- - ATwiKeiT Smith D D S The Ways or Itluh Mrunjr Toon Womea r Â¬ distance between tho Tho infinite with More Money Thau Sense in uctooer Ing to the Government statistical bu t Creator and tho noblest of all creatures County Court of Ciahtu jnd Mi MASOX1C Young Mrs Ennui WhyJeaimett reau roport 4161283G head of hogs SSTOFFICE Main street wolvJri Jnty can ncrcr be measured nor exhausted I thought yon wero still abroad meets 30d in CewMy Court first Monea bre ding animals au t young pigs Lodne No Richmond above fcSecouu n caLli by endless addition of finite degrees Young Mrs Blase I was until I is nothing that tolls so ef Â¬ in och month There and 4th Tuesday most Bentley sailed a fortnight ngu C STOCKTON W M R fectually in farm worii as seadiness DDS C MORGAN There is no such dotcctivo vfl Young Mrs Eunui What brought The greatest tasks aw performed by TIMS OT HOLDING C1TV COL Br B J Newlon Secretary nway from you home prayer for no one can hide conitantly at work keeping Fbst Saturday In every month shoulder on Main ft reet over Madi Â¬ it It puts its hnd off tho alights onof Young Mrs Blase I really dont No horse should b 5 allowed totiko jjSTOFFIlE Bank Richmond Ky Richmond R A Chanter No 16 COUSTTT OFFICERS ft know a man 10000 miles It meets ird Tucsdav in each month a largo draught of water fir an hour son National Conntv -Tudoe J- - C Cnenaul Talmage ship in mill Atlantic June 22 tf Young Mrs Ennui Theres abso Â¬ niter eating in fact ha will not do so J SPEED SMITH II County Cleric Thomas Thorpe There is such a difference between lutely nothing in Now York W E Hay Secretary if he bo allowod to drink what ho M POYNTZ County Anoaieyj a anient DR coming out of sorrow merely thankful Young Mrs Blase There was noth Â¬ wants beforo eating Sheriff N B Demberage NO 1Q sorrow ing in London or Paris and wo spent for relief and coming out of RICHMOND COMMAJfDERY AND BURGEON Jafter George V Maupm Kill a good f t sheep now and PHYSICIAN fnll of sympathy with and trust in Him last winter in the Riviera Regular meeting first Tuesday in each Coroner Alexander Norns hang it up in somo cool place and OFFICE Second street next lo month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ who has released us Phillip Brooks Young Mrs Ennui What is one you can have fresh mutton to lostyou Surveyor K F Crooke june22tf Drug Store White ously invited to attend Aecetour John W McPherson A blind or deaf man has infinitely to do hai the for a month and besides it V Sunt FnMic SckooU Mr Young Mrs Blase I really dont J SPEED SMITH more reason to deny the being or tho is virtue of being as good meat as EVANSi M D G Eminent Commander Mittion possiblity of tho being of light or know raised on the farm and at the same Cixv WPicEns Yonng Mrs Ennui There are no time the cheapes sounds than an atheist can have to Witness Ni AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN D P Armer Recorder City Jadge HCRice new fashions in dinners or gowns deny or doubt tho existence of God deter- Â¬ It is stated that it has been OFFICE Kecond street City Attorney A- - J Keed Young Mrs Blase rve been pre- Â¬ mined by actual trial at Ihu Practical Dr S Clark CMy CelOectmr K A Bariow junt22tf nnd Ive owned a Japancso Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksvllte Tho divihest attribute in the heart sented School of Agriculture of the Pis do City Clerk Wm G White Saturday evening before the full meets of man is love and tho mightiest be spaniel at least a month Calais in France that wheat im- Â¬ DR J TAYLOR moon in every month CITY rOLICE Young Mrs Ennui And I had a mersed six hours in a solution of the causo the most human principle in tho W P PREWITT W M and Surgery J D PecMcy and Everett Bcrr heart of man is faith Love is Heaven whito and gold room last season salt of lead before sowing will germi- Â¬ Practitioner In Medicine KY RICHMOND J M Smith Secretary Young Mrs Blase I brought homo nate more quickly and grow moro faith is that which appropriates CITY COUNCIL Heavon F W Robertson OFFICE Second streetover Dykes an Indian Ayah for the children treat- Â¬ vigorously than wheat not thus J D Mitefcell Mayor JYoung Mrs Ennui Do you find her ed or that has lxn subjected to any Grocery 8tore Statistics of the various colleges Pint Watri J Stone WaUr Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Second Ward G W Evars for women in the United States show interesting meets Saturday evening before the full fertilizing process Ni Y Ledg other M DR JOHN TSifd VPak Owen McKo moon in every month Young Mrs Blase Rather pictur- Â¬ er that more graduates of Oberlin and Fenrth VKtmi I W Cnpciton J W BALES W M MAIN STREET Syracuse have married than of any esque you know The children are Wheat is found to contain ton T C Witt Secretary others Wcllesley and Smith have the afraid of her Up Stairs flesh forming material whi lo parts of JUSTKBS OF THKACKCONSTABl Next Door to Luzons Young Mrs Ennui Are they in- Â¬ it is stated to contain seventy per Residence nt Willis House smallest per cent of married women TLACitS AXB TIMES OFUllIu Waco Lodge No 3s at Waco meets deed among their alumnns une22tf cent of starchy material Upou this 4th Saturday in every month COCRT have a latter tho ability to stand cold largely Young Mrs Blase Yes I W V RUCKER W M The memorial in favor of granting PKBKUARV MAY ALOl sT ROBERTS MONTH W T Fielder Secretary wu sac degrees to women at Cambridge Uni- Â¬ French bonne besides depends henco the vnlue ot NWKMBEK Young Mrs Ennui I had a Chinese offal especially iho richer portions of versity England hail more than 500 Offers his professional services to the John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at signers of whom 40 wero head mis- Â¬ page at Newport this summer it should bo estimated at a high fig- Â¬ Pub0- Richmond District No 1 D P A in v nffiw tti linn store on lower MK111 Union City meets 2nd Saturday W every at Cewt llewe Jii Wednesday Young Mrs Blaso Yes did yon ure tresses of public schools 211 assistant M month JOHN HILL jdl27 ly Street Richmond Ky UHKs at Const Home 1st ba bring him to New lork mistresses in public schools and 42 There may bo some old building G Taylor Secretary John Lyman Parrish Coos able Young Mrs Ennui O no indeed professors and lecturers standing about your premise or a DR U C AMBROSE No 2 G B V Foxtown Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox A Christian too conversant with why I had him two months corner in your barn or somo outhouse k Young Mrs Blase So long as that town meets 3rd Saturday in every month at Kings Store yd Morula the people of tho world resembles a which could bo fixed up without much Kanatzar in Bufalo cho SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Young Mrs Ennui Yes I suppose trouble or expense to answer the purÂ¬ FORD KY bright piece of plate too much exposed Saturday J S Cbraanlt CorM 0 Jacou 11 Shearer Secretary to the air which though in reality it the children aro well pose of an icc houe If you have not 2 to 4 oclock In the afOtllct Union District No 3 A txr Young Mrs Blase O yes I believe such a convenience already upon your ternoon Iiiurf continues plato still yot grows tar Â¬ Berea Lo tge No 617 at Beiei meet at Union City 1st Saturdav so I saw them at dessert last night nished and losos its fine burnish and J C DAVIl W M farm Those who have tried it only t Saturday Turpin at lojrlevule in J u Young Mrs Ennni You know Fido know what a comfort and convenience needs a fresh cleansing and rubbing S W Pigg Secretary W A William CoostaMc MD died last summer W T SEXSMlTil up Toplady a good supply of ice is during the hot BMisten District No 4 in V I00F Young Mrs Blase How sad Glicagi Herald PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON months of summer at Waco 2nd Soturdax Tho resurrection is only tho to- Â¬ Young Mrs Ennui Yes I had three Madison Lodge No Moores at Waco 3rd SturJ 4IOOF morrow morning of death and when Any domestic animal understands WHITE HALL KY night at OiW Fellows Otditam Constable wo think of the grave we should do so as doctors and appreciates kind roatment It is Offers his professional services to the meet even Monday Hailon Main Street Young Mrs Blase What was the no uso to say they are only dumb Yates District No T J1 in tho happy days of our childhood we aug17 WF FARLEY NG public Li tb Saturday KinpWn not talk thought of our bed when we retired to trouble brutes It is true thoy can Frazee Secretary Maupm at Speedwell 2nd LJ tv Young Mrs Ennui Some heart af- Â¬ but liko dumb or blind men their in- Â¬ it for tho night expecting an elder George Young Constable J FAIN DR Boone Encampment No 40 meets every brother to call us in the morning and fection I think The doctors suggest- - telligence In other respocts is doubled Glade District No 6 James M first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows UNION CITY KY take us with him on a pleasant excur- Â¬ ed he might have eaten somo thing that You can make friends of all your ani- Â¬ at Berea 3rd Saturday John G disagreed with him Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv sion Dtr Win M Taylor mals if you take tho trouble to do so lo lii- - profcst iiiiial Hervicew Oflein loway at Whites Station 1st W D ALVERSONC P Young Mrs Blaze Physicians are so and if you should ever feel lonely you There is plenty of sunshine in the G Balbud Constable L J Frazee Scribe had an can banish this feeling by going he pullicI Why Bibetto Kirksville District No world and if wo bo without it it unsympathetic JM1 Pnrrislii Offii f de nerfs the Saturday V Auj 17 tf must to a large extent be our own attaquecalled fits other day and Dr among your beass Troy Times Camp No at Kirksville 2nd Richmond Uniform Deere I it Ray at Kkksvilte 3rd baturda fault Wc put up too many curtains Blunt Tho wastes of the garden will 3 meets second Thursday in each month Fowler ConMaUe Young Mrs Ennui So distressing too many blinds and sometimes porkers haro highly be enjoyed by tho J F Counklison at Odd Fellows Hall Young Mrs Blaze Yes I shall nev- Â¬ Cabbage leaves and stalks with the MC Heath Poosey DfMrict No S J N IK R A BARLOW Captain make tho windows too smalL Tho at Cottons Store 3rd Mondax er employ him again C0RNELIS0N HEATH L J Frazee Clerk small sweet potatoes and other things light comes to us wanting in and we Chandler at Realms Store 3rd i J Young Mrs Ennui Wo buried Fido not valuable for family use and can are so thoughtless or so in love with Practicing Physicians S D Carpenter Constable KNIGHTS OP 110N0U on tho ocean lawn darkness that wc k ep it out United not be Btored for the pigs in the cold Million DWtrict No 9 J M lo KENTUCKY Young Mrs Blase My poor Arabel- Â¬ days had RICHMOND Amity Lodge No 515 K of HmeeU Presbyterian beterbefrd to them now A1 everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday la than allowed to decay Ordinarily offer their prft eIoiial service 10 the Hall at 7 o clock by at Holmans Store rd i t Satin is like a dog that stnndcth Â¬ Young Mrs Ennui Yes I sent love- these things are not considered of public 4Jmily James A Harvey Constab e wagging his tail and looking to receive W B BENNY Dictator cards to all his little dog much value but when vetrotation is somewhat from those who sit at tho ly mourning James Tevis Reporter friends scarce as it is now it is well to roako table but if nothing be thrown out I S T1E C5 JT DR GILES HARRIS Mrs Blase How sweet goeth away So doth Satan watch for I Young Mrs Ennui They were very use of what we often look upon as Youne CUURC1I DIRECTORY WACO KY our consent as Bonhadads servant did unique We draped his casket in white trifles Indianapolis Sentinel for the word brother He lookcth Tho old faihioned bars formerly Oflers his professional services to the so somber for the dear Viilli orwlJioul latent ladc u for a passionate speech an unclean black seemed seen on fnrnn as the opening to fields public jan4tf BAPTIST glance gesture of wrath or word of little fellow nnd lots aro now seldom used They Young Mrs Blaze Of course havo given way to gates which if discontent and if he findeth none of Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday Young Mrs Ennui And I had fac- Â¬ M and Sunday Paator Rev Wiliam Ru these ho is discouraged Mantor kept in order aro every way superior DR S simile of his head cut in onyx for a seal The gate may cost a littlo more to pard PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON and used it in lavender wax on all my Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and WIT AND WISDOM make though it uses little more lum-Â¬ Poor little letters for a fortnight KENTUCKY Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson RICHMOND ber than a pair of bars The extra Totir Attention binrtt Jtoi efi The oyster is very wise It never Fido Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas- Â¬ chasragtSe iMestissooof thjir cxpenso is for hingo and U far more Ofllc- - on First Street janly opens its month until forced Young Mrs Blase O that was real Â¬ than repaid by saving of time Many Rev L P Johnson tor A Dictionary touching Tho gntekecpor at tho railway ly Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding fashioned farm methods Young Mrs Ennui It was all very of tho old crossing should be a man of signal M D Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble cestMaiag X more words adJ ik were fearfully wasteful of the farmers H HhtMrattons than any other American I interesting Boston Courier abilities Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday timo and strength It oomed to be Young Mrs Blaso O it must have PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Pastor T L Lawson Many a broadcloth husband owes A Gazetteer of the World made Utile difference how thought it a Kirksville Brick Churchth Saturday his prosperity to the fact that ho mar- Â¬ been If Babettc should die I should hard or long ho worked provided a J RICHMOND KY tiwmi amtmzmm a cofiiaimn orer 2V Tn Ie w it h c r y use pale bluo vax her skin is ao money saving was thoroby effected and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake ried a gingham girl Puck attoa ad a vast amount nf other innSecond street next door to OFFICE recently aUiied anl Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday Husbands are now said to writo pink the combination would be quite St Paid PioneerPreil White- - Drug Store and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor W P in the corners of their letters French A Biographical Dictionary Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ Rev Preston Blake Young Mrs Ennui Yes indeed BUTTER AND MILK which means wife permitting ical ii ml Chemical examinations of Young Mrs Blase I think I must Valuable Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and giTtog proDQoeuoon of narr 3 The road to success is open to all Experiment 5Iadc With a View tissues uinl fluids of the human body coBTOTBiBft nearly 10000 et Irs c Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Where do you show to- Â¬ go now of Ascertaining Their Cost rzrinas tables giving vslasule lniunrvv too many wint to get tiiero with- Â¬ but Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night I made the following experiment out the trouble of going Philadelphia night Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply Ail in One Book Young Mrs Ennui I really dont with a view to finding out approximate PARRISH Inquirer Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd knbw My maid keeps my tablets to cst of a pound of milk and butter VVeMrs Unabridged DkrtionarjSTWT iTi Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday It is less important to a young lay out the gowns ed by Uw State Superintendents of feoli Attorneys At Law Tho milk hay anil grain were weighod Pastor Rev E H Burnam lady that her loners diamonds should States and by leading College Pri U nts Young Mrs Blaso Well I shall bo on scales and graduated to half United States and Canada It 13 -- tandanl Au Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday RICHMOND KY be of pure water than that his drinks there thority with the United States Sapr rat t I prosume ounces Any farmer can substituto Special attention civen to abstracting Pastor Rev L P Johnson should be and ia the GoTernrcent Pnntinp Offic e I -Young Mrs Ennui Yes it would be the values of corn oaH bran and been selected in ererycaw where State Pu- - 1 Â¬ Union3rd Saturday and following Suntitles to lauds 111 Eastern Kentucky The troubles of age were intended a boon not to be asked somewhere haro been rawie for School and 11 tne 1 hay in his section of country and de- Â¬ Otlii e in Climax building S E day Pastor Rev J I Wills to wean ns gradually from our fry upon which nearly alt the school boo 1 Young Mrs Blase Im positively termine exactly what tho food costs to toaed Viney Fork 2nd Saturday and Sunday Corner Main ami Second Streets up fondness of life the nearer we approach desperate for a new emotion produce a pound of milk and butter stairs Pastor Rev J I Wills June 22 tf Get the Latest and Best the end Swift Young Mrs Ennui 1 think seriously ho Waco United 2nd Saturday and SunIhe trouble with most people who of putting a marble top table in my whero islives It is aa biTataaMe companion ta erery c v day Pastor Rev Preston Blake Juma 5 yoars old calved SeptemBURNAM aml at erery Fireside Specimen pages an believe that charity begins at homo is boudoir weighs about L050 Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ ber a 1887 testimonials seat preooid oa apiV att that they never allow it to go outdoors Young Mrs Blase That would be pounds From October 19 to 23 in- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday Published by C C MERRIAH CO for exercise BaUimore Americin in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and Sriflfl88id Mass U S A startling What can 1 do clusive she ate 113 pounds 10 ounces RICHMOND KENTUCKY also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday With all thy false I love thee Pastor Young Mrs Ennui You might use hay and 77 pounds 7 ounces ground Elder M Campbell still quoted the husband as he strok- Â¬ gilt edgod isiting cards A R liui F OFFICE witli feed From tho 20th to 25th inclusive ed his wifes storo hair And then sho June 22 It Young Mrs Blaze I believe I wilL she gava oxactly 193 pounds 3 ounces tinm on First Street CATHOLIC smiled upon him with her celluloid Fancy being actually harrowed of milk Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Chicago Herald teeth Yonng Mrs Ennui I have not asked Maid of West burg is 3 years old days 10 A M J A SULLIVAN Pastor Rev Father si j1 v 7 Mf 1 1 r 4 s Landlord Any arrivals to day after Mr Blase Haley calved October 2 1887 wogh about S IIOIIIMI Mr Skarfpin Clerk No sir Young Mrs Blase He is en voyage lii KIT Is kSl uoy 1W1TH1 L050 pounds From October 19 to 23 iJS 3 it 2 X Z DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Nothing but Leaves and he went the steamer mut be due now inclusivo sho ate 79 pounds 2 ouncfs 3 30J1 -113 II 3 Si 4 RIt HMOND KENTUCKY Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding on humming the air of that beautiful Young Mrs Ennui He did not come ground feed and 113 pounds 10 X 7 9 T St 9 M U EWer J C Walden OFFICE mi Firt street same hh Saturday hymn Burlington Free Press nSKB WI with you then icn h ism onnces of cut hav From the 20th to lonnerlj occupied by County Judise 5th Sunday Pastor PastorEld J W Harding Young Mrs Blase O dear no We 25th i elusive sho gave 215 pounds C Art Critic Do you and your sister ct6 ly mGlade 4th Sunday and preceding Saturpaint Miss DeGwinn Miss Do Gwinn should have bored one another to ounces of milk or an average of 43 Miller day Pastor Elder Colicr summon Yes I paint a littlo to death blush ng pounds per day rdsiMijiai WITH Kirksville 2nr iuntiiiy ami preceding Young Mis Eunui I know 1 met keep off the tan but my sister dabs J SCOTT PPW7 B nsi atur y Pastor Elder Jo epb Ballew cost or MILK 1 a as 4 si it on as thick as plastering Areola Mr Ennui out one night last neck and The average food eo t of tho milk Mt Ftei iiit 2n nit 41b SuiuKit s and 9W1IKUH 14 Record he proposed a trip to California by from both coivs is ns follows sSI7l9 ab ath chool o prccroing iturdas 31 3 as 57 3 a ssaasaas 3i r Do to days duty fight to days special car A M Pa tor Elder B C llautrman Hay 827 lbs 5 oz at 30o rerlflO UICUMOND KY 1 681 i 4 1 4 s Jfer s 33 Young Mrs Blase It would have Feed 1M lbs 9 oz at Who per 100 temptation and do not weaken and Mt Zion st and 3rd btMKJais and s slieriKii 4 r s Sl Olllce on Secmiil Street juie 22 11 tin it nisr Satur ay preceding rd SunOay Pastor distract yourself by looking forward to been horribly tiresome 1H r 33 tl S Total 3 11 UJ81 Elder L 11 Re nold Young Mrs Ennui Yos indeed I things which you can not see and could Bk JS3SJ7aS30 Total milk produced by both cons CS said Why Harold I should have to 413 9 16 pounds a4ss-1 Richnont Service- - eer Sunday 7i 9 not understand if you saw them Av rasro food cost M1S M1 ton 30 Sunday school at AM see you every day for a whole week Praer Charles Kingsley 1iia4fl B it a is ism i 1 per 100 pounds milk 88 2 10 cents hiVXTJSSM Pastor meeting Wednesday evenings 314 33S37iS Young Mrs Blase It is all so very Heres a curious thing in the pa Â¬ 391 If hay is 25 foed 27 ce its per 100 4l Prol 0 P Williainon Welch n Puck RICHMOND KY per A man in a Florida town per- Â¬ fatiguing PtVip which is about our Iowa average tho Union is bunnay and preceding Satur- Â¬ sisted in playing the piano half the cost is 27 cents pur 100 of milk If Olllce on Seciind Street jiine 22 if LONDON WOMANS CLUBS day Pastor night and a man who lived next door hay is 10 and feed 14 per ton tho White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor killed him Well well That man An Kxclnslre Orsanlzatlon Strictly for cost is 53 conis per 100 of milk It is AJ Elder t II RejnoMs LadJr or roiltion Only went too far That man that did very evident from theso figures that They havo two womans clubs in tho the killing No the man that did EPISCOPAL E litem producer of butter and London that flourish in the cool shade the playing Omaha World milk can not possibly make the profit Will practice ill Mndl uii and adjoining Richmoi d Protestant Services e cry The best known is the on his KY The setting of a groat hope is like of aristocracy milk that the Westurn producer counties una In the Conn ot Apeil- Sunday morning and evening and on the setting of the sun Tho brightness Alexandra so named for the Princess does Neither 27 or 53 cents per 100 MiiHter Office In ommls iiiiierH Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Shippard of our life is gone Shadows of even- Â¬ of Wales who is tho perpetual pres- Â¬ expresses tho annual average Of office over Circuit Clerkij office June 22 tf ing fall around us and the world seems ident though she hardly ever goes course the actual cost of milk should METHODIST Tlie Largest and Fme t Htcl but a dim reflection itself a broader there It is the only one that receives include tho depreciation in value of College Hill Centenary M E the honor of mention in the author- Â¬ 1st in the cily shadow We look forward into tho the cows labor and repairs of farm Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn Â¬ coming lonely night The soul with- Â¬ ized List of London Clubs printed etc ing and night Prayer meeting every al fortho use and information of tho fash Â¬ draws into itself The stars arise and Compare tho abovo results with an ternate Wednesday night Sunday school Rates 250 to 4 Per Day ionable world which mentions that the night is holy Longfellow every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F 1 made iu March 1883 the Alexandra is strictly for ladies of cxp riiuent G rider AoeatfUng to rooms If I should toll you dear Mcije was four years old sho calved he position only meaning thatonly those College Hill M E South 2nd Sunsaid that my love for you had grown March 20 188J Tho test began March ate eligible whose rank aud social stat- Â¬ 29 In 22 days she Turkfeli srttl itasnan Badu ia day morning and night Pra er meeting cold that I had ceased to care for yon nto 181 pounds every alternate ednoday night and that the happy time when I shall us are beyond question The com- - corn meal 107 pounds bran 18 pounds SPEED SMITH Ascnt day chool every Sunday morning Sun- Â¬ Hotel Pasclaim yon as my ownest own will never i mitteo is composed of women of the oil meal nnd 671 pounds cut hay tor Rev D P Ware o26 ly RICHMOND KY never be would it really be a trial to highest rank a Duchess two March- Â¬ With corn meal at 45 hra i 50 and hay Kirksville Pai tor Rev S W Peeples ionesses and three Countesses who -you darling Yes George shyly 25 cents and oil uioal 1 25 per 100 Hells renin or exrlmnce nil kinds of Providence st and 3d Sunday morntho lines very closely admitted the girl it would bo a draw will admit no woman as indeed Â¬ pounds 1059 pounds 14 ounces milk Real Estate on rensoiiHble terms mid ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson trial N Y Sun Tiiey visitor who could not be a mem- the amount gv mi in 22 days cost 3 01 reprexeul tlrcl dns Fire mid Life In Richmond South Sunday school ber or eligible or 28 cents fc surmiee Companies per 100 Scott Superintendent Services to invitation to tho Queens drawing Office In CoviiiKton Mitchells 9jo T J and 4th hurnay mornings at every 2nd ITS HUMAN NATURE If tbe hay is valued ai S6 00 per ton Clothing Store rooms or the Court balls So you see 1 1 A M- - and every Sunday night at 7 P is Do What You Will the Ordinary Mortal Juue22 tf the Alexandra is very select indeed It tho cost 31 cents per 100- In thi con- Â¬ FIELD M Pastor Rev I A Henderson Will Still Kick nect io i I might summarize what has has a lunch room where an elegant rd like to know he began as he required considerable time in review Â¬ J PRESBYTERIAN GEO Y FORMAX Largest and most complete stick entered police headquarters yesterday dinner can be had under the name of ing tho entlro produce account from CIIAS S POWELL luncheon and rooms whero toilets can my Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Central Kentucky Oir nvofo B if we have a police force ledger Sundays be made for tho evening by country Goofk and Lowest Consistent Pncr We have replied the sergeant Corn consumed March S to January J 417 Formans Chapel 4th Sunday P CARROLL Bushels at S8c Then I want it to protect mc I am members come to town for some espec- Â¬ m 78 Kirksv Hie jst and 3rd Sundays Pastor 11 and 79 Vf Mam st ial function and bed rooms where Oats consumed March 5 to January 1 apa taxpayer RevWm Crow Lexington KY jann ijp proximate 12 bushels si 2a You shall bo protected sir What they can remain all night No man it Oil meal consumed 1617 at J0o Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ pounds SO matters not what his rank may be can Branconsumed28rapoundaUieI 1S5 99 is the case day Prayer meeting Wednesday nhts 03 As il- Â¬ Hay consumed esUmated28 tons at U 112 00 Why I got some paint on my over- Â¬ bo admitted even as a visitor RidimondSecond Services 1 1 A M and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton coat last night and my wife sponged it lustrative of the perfection of discipline Total tt03 S We repreent the following Insurance off with benzine and left it out doors to in this respect it is related with great Pounds milk made from March 5 to Jan- Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ glee that once when tho Prince of Companies and solicit your patronage day 135759 air Its gone Yes sir gone Wales of course called for tho Prin- Â¬ Days milk of one cow for that time T 0019 Front room Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Whites Drug sft Well well try aud find it for you Average number pounds per cow per day 224 Guardian of London Assets 603323 00 M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M lor rent Apply to The wrathy man had scarcely deÂ¬ cess Alexandra he had to wait in the A vera o number cows for time mentioned 20 Qtieen of Liverpool 130M250 00 Pator Rev L H Blanton D D jann U WGWHIT 40 parted when a second stranger entered porters room like any one else till Number seres timothy pasture 2160114 00 tioutoaM German of Frerport of his royal wife got her hat on and gos Â¬ Bent value per aero and demanded to know Commercial Union lJCO pounds siped with the others present till she Increase In live weight of cows Rawajifcil are those si n London Value of tnerwue per pound 2 to34c ar 2Ho Have wo police or have wc not 11701193 00 J fhtsaml then tut i got ready to como down to her lord MADISON COUNTY DIUEGT0RY Firemans Fund of Cal op 2048842 Wc have replied the sergeant Deducting fllttf rNtttornbl 4209 the value ot In Â¬ and master Wales they also say crease in Hvo weight and ad ling 80 Well heres an ovorcoatlfound in their Hemes bundle Tbe p ts J CIRCUIT COURT Total Fund I t55ilp722 co iiiftdewnd are now mtcJog several my yard this morning whero some took it very amiably and was rather for pasture there remains 045740 as Judge J R Morton pleased with tho idea of a womans the fool cost of 135 719 dtlarA meoth lias e fr an n8 burglar had probably left it Just Powells office on Second Street pounds milk h UDWftntHper day Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brors ienkeSamI club N Y Herald or 33 cent per 100 and Formans at Bonanzi Roller Mills smell tho chloroform will you ihc i worn ismier seat yong or ton tat not lieettal we g E dec 28 iy Powell Fokman l A messenger was sent to overtake COST OF BUTTER r Master Commissioner J R Burnain new No SMtjblt ability Jm The Pilgrims Progress has been rrtimrei reader mh ua H a waII oa nnv m Twenty pounds 10 ounces of Maid the first man aud he returned and translated into the Japanese language Clerk W H Miller H ton stone tor HM fiHteaian of Westburgs milk made 14 ounces identified the coat which had blown It is profusely illustrated o mail free Attdfess aihon - T1MK F HOLDING CIRCUIT CQVRtT by native i Maine over the fence artists and the pictures appear to be of butter and 23 pounds 8 ouncos of Third Mondav in March and winr Yes sir its mine Jumas milk made 1 pound 4 ounces he said as ho very comical to European eyes v Chris Â¬ st ber vwwvr exist iu iu tf started off and 1 hope tho police will tian has a close shaved head The butter In 5 dys Moid of Westburg tornn tat are romass CdMM N PLKAS COURT made 8 62 ponnds of bnttcr at a cost be more vigilant in future dungeon of the Giant Despair is one of The Honrls issued in pameU 01 sub Jul are In irtlthle IT rK of 7Si cents or 9 2 10 cents per scription of Madison count to Louisville j Judge T J Scott And it was in my yard sir said the largo wooden cages well o tMStnoe while living l home n xi known to pound In 5 Master Commissioner S E MCfiead ibetrndtre IbHhIIMi days Juma mado 1054 arfd Nashville Raiload due ia Feftrutv r number two as he went out and If eastern criminals and tha nngejs wait Â¬ cfctt tend Kaixe am4 receive free fl Clerk W H Millcf nny more burglars come around you ing on Jlio further side of rth brdgc- - pounds of butter st a cost of 78 cents April Jul and October tS7 and iSS U n bow either aex or all Kge l to da antt police will hoar from we Ettmt less river to reoeive priigriEU are at or a tiifle less thiut 7 njante porpftnnd wnlbepHidonmann lty at the Madi on TIMr oy HOLDING COMMON PLSAS COURT from ttwe Yoii are stertttfmpini- - aP1 free Naonitl IbttjK iyebmond Ky N XwHcy in Jtarmn Smew r h st Monday in Jaruarv 1st Monday they c rm IlTf HMUV V FrecPtm tired Jntie latest Yokohama fashions 7f ataytedAf fttlirttftoejc AHmkwI CCC11SNAULTC0j in JM nd 3rd MwUy fri October ftf writ If FACTS Professional Cards Jc- - LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME Of HOLDING QUARTEd t y ClLKnT J J -- W T FOSTER DR PHIL -- -- I4wt 1 Â¬ f ir 1 T V Pfll 1 IS w JiJiliJ4b UNABRIDGED LETCHER W BRIGHT s i - a- TURNER j -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attorney at Law Attorney at laa T ET UH5 I H i Â¬ nssaxii -- Attorney at Xaw 1 1 ti7iraii m 7iiiiei i Attorney at Law POWELL 90 i Attorney at Ixaw REED LOUISVILLE REAL ESSTATS INSURANCE J 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