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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiSVv I - gfarrfa- - ga- - 4 I If a p5arf3p3 I riHl HI KJ sPl s IJHVfli - CCC1 OC-c-- G OCT CT C j 41k FV y 5SJ J M j 8 TOLTJME EICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAECH 14 1888 NUMBER 39 tvt JZJ TTr JET rt L4 m VV -- -- -- JLT y - - T3 J-- w JZj --- S3 EiaUIIElJlSB b il The Busy Bee Cash Store Cholera Cure s J lite sell them -- Has Just Opened the Most Extensive Line Laces of-- Goods ever brought to Richmond and their Popular Cash Price have been placed upan each and every piece of the iww Im portation You can buy anything you may want in the above line of goods from us 25 per cent cheaper than anybody etee will Mm - Miirgs KM AND ALL KINDS OF Eflfflfl IS ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR GOODS ARE NOW OPEN httalWM Mill feSyiiMTfwJtfilHrTr No S -- FOR INSPECTION IU W Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy XhzX positively cures Vhas been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS out 24 1 y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OUR IOT23 OF SFRIETG- STYLES DRESS GOODS Is complete and consists of everything that is desirable both in Dress Fabrics and Trimming call ami eee these goods at once We have added to our CARPET STOCK this sesson and how have the moat complete and best wheeled STOCK We can suit you in style and quality and our prices are Lound to suit as tbey are the OF CARPETS in Richmond The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices lie ELDREDQE THEIR READY MADE CLOTHING from an Overcoat to a Necktie Eat men and thin men need not fear thac they cannot be pleased E la sold with tho guarantee of being the BEST lhat can be MADE cheapest ever oflered We carry the best and most complete stock of Trunk Valises Window Shaded Shoes and Boom CbttblK awl Notions ol all kinds ever brought to Richmond and we win save yon money on each and every line if good we rairy Dont fail to get our Popular Cash Prices on Clothing Roots and 8hnes ec before purchasing as yen Maud m yew own Iilit if you do We thank our many friends and patrons for their past favors nnd earnestly requst you all to call and fee ow Spring Very Respectfully Stock of Goods and save money for yourselves RAMSJ3Y Jun22tf OLDHAM consists of the latest patterns and best materials Men Youths and Boys of all sizes can be furnished with everything in the Clothing and Furnishing goods line AGENTS WANTED ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO BKLVIDERK Feb 22 6m Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store 1IZS A Delightful Stock of Hats Library Lamps Hat Every kind and style of from the finest silk to the cheapest felt ME W HOUSE 3EW WW STOCK OP PRICES HAEDWAEE HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A NEW YEAH AND Great shirts Shirts in Profusion anda better stock of Variety No house in Central Kentucky carries A SPLENDID LINE Rotors Th Fiees W Quota OF NECKWEAR Very best material employed in their manufacture ask you 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 -- Silver Platefl Mm and Forte ihackelford Gentry Co THEY HAVE THE- - Â¬ MERCHANT COVINGTON T M Lackey Salesman NEWS PARAGRAPHS created tiie greatest excitement iu Harrisburg A spaNkin as seen on the animal is a very different tiling from that seen m a ladys cloak The fur is not viiWe it is concealed entirely by a ray brown ooal of stiff ovcrhair dull and grizzh d This overhair uiiist all be removed It is u long laborious prcess by which these pelt are made ready for their final use And because Inbor is so much cheaper iu the Old World nine tenths of these are ilreed in London and then eut out all over the world Louis Durham the oldest eou of Comptroller M J Durham died Sun- Â¬ day morning of typhoid fever iu the city of Cincinnati iu his thirty seventh year Air Durham had been cou ider ed dangerously ill for three weeks and Judge his death was not unexpected Durham left Washington Saturday and reached Cincinnati Sunday a short time after the death of his eon He returned to Washington D C Sun day night Mr Durham leaves a wife and three children Ihe remains were interred iu the Danville cemetery bHiril-itiK-bou- T AIL O RING ost Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than they had in their old quarters jtme 2w if you see them because you cant help it Yen A FIRST CLASS CUTTER of years of experience and a competent corps of tailors together with a Hey Are Precisely fiat Want Â¬ Â¬ House And Lot For Sale ASK FOR THE G L F G Remedy T Then Where Are Yoa Going Howmaar do you start Wberefroni In vour party T Kliat amount of lwht W yua pwelfr lmaa- - bare yoa What rootsthe shore qurv Cvuu rtceipt ot an iwer to tiODi you iH be lurniBieil Ireo ol rxpete wit f Our stock of Queens ware and GlassLARGE AMD CHOICE STOCK OF SUITIIffGS AlffD TTGUSERIBIGS ware and especially our Decorated DinMitchell to compete with ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive in both Foreign and Domestic Goods enables Covington BEST GRADES OF all houses everywhere House and Lot on Estill Avenue for sale Apply to A C Glowers or W G White at Drug Store jmrJotf phiet Jiattonwlueh abto Inform Ait wilt save trouble tiraa and BKmey AwU W Parties not eaH la person where Beaary or 1W AH ITDB ll O otbr ready to answer above question should rut ont and preserve this notice lor future reterrwe IV may become useful Address C H Wimk General passenger Agent 8t Paul Mim MITCHELL feb8 ly and other Staple Groceries Goods X JutlC22 3 COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned tf Procured G G FRAEXOIS LEY C Formerly GUTHERSON 1 of Examining Corpse U S Patent KY LEXINGTON Send Office 17 years experience sketch or motel for report at to paten- STOCKTON tability CorrcsponJcncc solicited Amenta For Madison County ydeciy sep2S ly Â¬ PATENTS 5 F Wm G St Hcn- - Uash- - Minneeota Leads the World WILLIS With Ptock dairy and sn hi UOlV xl a r Sne tlmi ianuios awl araang Uads Klfacent to railroad for rale rner on maps pneev rates etc euoy tersts Foe address J BookwaKer Lan1 Comn fsoner or u 11 Warren General OX M MINHUWUI st mw oa br r pcodt ButTT ASK IOC XHH XI an uMAKfTDBi HAItwT BI THE BEES liourding hnuse called to Blackburn to come on jump New York for instruction suicide at Ids and re- - Himizer Danger and Gabriel recently by shooting himself in the mouth ed 011 the roof and to the ground not ceived a renlv to nov the debt which nurchased from Commodore Kittson of Lexington He left a will dated 6a1I March C however until lie had been badly was done Louisville Times by Major B G Thoma Iu a diunkeH fro lic among wveral 18SS iu which lie bequeathes to Mrs for 4000 arrived and was placed in burned Blackburn was burned to a e llejr roustabouts al JflTUvls At Alliance Ohio Charles Wingard Ella Hetlesraau of 228 Western ave- Â¬ crisp stud at Major Thomass Itetween IxHifeiVille In and Annie Fox uncle anil nice in the nue St Paul iMinu 12500 nnd the street- - Georjje FoJitli aud Bullitt Tenants on Alender Marshalls farm Quite an excitement lias been created jail for eloping from Monroe Mich balance of his properly to his sisters Hinlin was stabbed ami killed by among the Hebrew resident at New committed suicide by shooting on near Marshall Station Mason county children The suicide wa a member Win JobiiKHt Tiie Michigan officers last year raised on the 20 acres in cul- Â¬ Haven Conn because of a mariiage Wednesday of one of the most prominent families ml had 11 talk with tivation in tobacco on an average of a that lias lieen rudely brokon off Some had jiut arrived A lire hwei over Goldlbwaite Tex iu Bremen Germany Hislufautua time ago Louis K0I111 a youug the prisoners who asked a few miu little over 2000 pounds to the acre a and nineteen iHisiness housed vere tion for Mrs Hettesman who is a Hebrew came to that city He repre- Â¬ utes in which to decide whether to re- total of 40000 pounds for the 20 acres detroi ed Only one grocery store married woman and who promised aucestors sented himself as a dentist with a turn to Michigan without a requisition The tobacco was of the finest quality it remains in tbe town The lo Alleles to secure a divorce from her Â¬ It has been the custom for years to husband and marry him but failed to large practice in New York City He or not The officers left the jail to and was sold at 21 cents per lb yield The post S30W0 with 110 insurance Â¬ build railroads in South Carolina al Â¬ do so is supposed to be the cause of was bright handsome polished and give them an opportunity to consult ing S400 for the crop oiHee was among the buildings destroyplausible He was introduced to Miss together Returning shortly tbey most entirely by county and township the rash act ed John Waller Woodward of Bracken Midas the daughter of a Congress found that they had locked themselves Mauy hundreds of subscriptions county notwithstanding the drouth A young colored man named Ben thousands of township bonds have James Crowther celebrated his one avenue tobacconist and an engage Â¬ in a ceil aud ended their lives with a last year raised 35000 pounds of tobac- Â¬ Cowherd was killed at Lebanon Ky He preseuted his affi- Â¬ revolver been issued under this syxtem The hundred and first anniversary last ment resulted co which Iiesoldatl7cents HlstenauU iu a hinguUr manner Robert L Uood majority of thes bonds are held outside week He is the oldest Inhabitant of ance with a handsome diamoud riug Jack Sloan a dealer in plug horses raised 20000 pounds which he holds at Iii a briekluyer tired a shot from a of the State many in New York Coshocton O having been born in and pleaded for an early marriage in Lexington started to Versailles 18 cents Besides this be grew 300 repeating rifle at a inukrat Nuimming Judge Norton of the Circuit Court Virginia in 1797 One year ago and The day was set fur the ceremony to Tuesday accompanied by Pat Gorni bushels of potatoes which be soft at in a pond near the brick yard The lias just dceidfd that such bonds are when he was one hundred years old take place But it did not come off ley They were drinking some but 150 per bushel Iu round numbers ball ftruck the water and slunced unconstitutional and that the taxes to a grand celebration was held at the Not long ago he told the youug lady were not drunk a pout tour miles his crop amounted to 9450 striking Cowherd iu the region of the pay the interest are illegal and can old homestead at which time there that he was doitiK a good business from the city they met a negro mid heart He threw up his arum ran Fifty i ears ago the avarage weight of not be collected The question will were representatives of five generations which might be extended if he could asked him if he had seen anything of a time ard and fell dead 1000 Upon his reputation to the State Supreme Court of the frowtlier family present Mr obtain beef cattle was 800 pounds now it Isl he carried white horse The negro thought they Hon Asher G Camth of and doubtless to the United States Crowther has never used tobacco iu Mr Midas was going to advance him were trying to give him the white 400 pouuds The increase is due most introducetl n bill in the Uoue to Supreme Court any form and for seventy five years the money had tint one of their rela- Â¬ horse Chinkapin and said no by G d to ttie Introduction of pure bred stock tives gone to New York to make some lie had not at the same time picking and the more careful breeding as well amend the Jaws relaiiug to the entry Maurice Rosen fie Id the principal has been a consistent church member feeding of the stock was refused lie up if dNtilled spirits iu distilleries and a rock to throw at Sloan who dis- Â¬ as the much better Commodore Samuel Barron of the broker for Harper in the big wheat deal During all his long life time he has inquires Tiie loan cause it was ascertained that Kohn mounted The negro drew his knife It is now as common to have animals fpeclal bonded warehouses and pro- late Confederate Navy died at his last June has made a compromise with never been plaintiff or defendant in viding that tiie lax shall not be due home in Essex county Va Inst Sun- Â¬ a law suit His memory is good and had left New York It Is alleged that rushed at him and cut him a tla h weighing 1900 pounds as it was then all but a very few of his creditorshe deceived and deserted 11 Hebrew that nearly severed the head from the to have them weigh 1200 pounds and until the spirits are withdrawn from day aged eighty years He was ap and s paying his claims AH of the be delights in relating incidents of his is fully one lie warehouse The olll embracer a midshipman iu tho United creditors who are members of the pioneer life and his experiences aa a girl after lie had succeeded in lleecinir body The wouud was seven inches tbe increase in weight IKiiuted a number of important amendments to her out of 2000 all the money she long reaching from the back of Sloans third States Navy at the early age of three Chlgago Board of Trade get 25 per cent soldier of the war of 1S12 the internal revenue Kystem had iu the world This news of netk around to his mouth Sloan is years this appointment being the only of their claimn and the New York Jockey Garrison who Is to ride for course abruptly terminated the en iu a precarious condition and grave Mrs Cleveland since the cloc of the The young fawn that was presented one of the kind ever made in tiie Stock Exchange creditors get 40 per the Haggin stable this year started went to Chicago doubts are expressed gxgement Kohn to Mrs Cleveland during her flay iu United States Navy He made bis cent The total liabilities to Board of winter season having fewer demands about his recov for California last week and will go Jacksonville arrived iu Washington first crul e when eight years old and Trade members are S500000 and to on her time has lieen enabled to in and the girl whom lie had cheated ery Tue uegro made his escape direct to the Haggin raticbe for the followed him there it is said and had Who he Is is a mystery last week and for the p re sent will be continued iu the service until 1861 Stock Exchange members 100000 dulge her fondues for walking and pur ose of trying the young stock and domiciled iu the grounds back of the when he resigned to enter that of the The Chicago people have assigned dieir may be seen almost any afternoon him arrested aiding the trainer iu selecting sucli as White House An noon an the rprim Confederate States uhere he remained claims to John R Welsh fur the double about 3 oclock accompanied by Kay give proml e of being worth taking iu About six oclock Tuesday morning FARMERS hand for tbe campaign As the Hag is Fiifflciently advanced the fawn will until the olse uf hostilities when lie purpose of netting their money quickly her big dog starting out for a brisk the Transylvania printing office at CONCERNING be ltiMnlled at 01k View together with became a farmer The route chosen does Lexington was discovered to be on and fore stalling action 011 the part ot constitution gin stable does all its racing this side The great Stallion Lumps for 17 of the Rocky Mountains it is necessary not lie in the fashionable quarter of fire and considerable damige was ilie Jersy cow presented by Mre Chillis tbe unfriendly creditors Bob Ford the slayer of Jesse James Washington which at the outset was done the building and stnnft before tho 500 has been shipped to his new own- Â¬ to know before leaving home just what aua several other animals now housed had a dipute with a man named Mil- Â¬ child of Gus decided to be impracticable The little ers in Calais Me F A Todd because of flames could be extinguished in their winter quartern iu the city the weeds of the stable are iu order The and II Ekenberg at Tweutylifth and Main ler of Ratoon New Mexic the attention she would attract but stock nf goods iu a millinery store ad Clay Wilson of Bourbon sold his that they may be left behind was agreed between them that blood streets in Louisville that wa acciTiie Anarchi a cae has been docket d iu the Supreme Court again on a only could atone the insult A dentally shot by its mother last Sun Â¬ down in the old quarters of the city joining was very badly damaged The crop of 12000 pounds of tobacco at 15000 neatly covered by Louisville last week at au average of Tbe Rocky Mountain HusbandmanÂ¬ was given by Ford and day while handling a pistol and re- Â¬ the Presidents young wife walks for loss about motion tiled by Black and Bolomon challenge says Lately there was foaled unan hour or so every afternoon through Insurance 15 cents counsel Fielden Schwab and accepted by Miller and they were to ported dead is still miracuoiifiy alive rain aud sunshine the great mastiff der peculiar circumstances a young Ruuday morning at a lonely spot The ball from n 32 calibie pistol enter Â¬ Netbe The motion asks for a correc meet James Hancock a young man liv- Â¬ John T Woodford of Mt Sterling ster on the ranch of W C Child near bounding- - ahead recalled now aud tion of the record which U alleged to in New Mexico from which place it ed its left eye and passed through the has sold to Mr Donald nf Lebanon then by meaus of a silver whistle ing near --Sloans Vailey Fayett coun- Â¬ Tenti Ills celebrated saddle stallion Helena One of hia fine bred mares recite the presence of the defendants was understood ouiy one 01 iiiem base of the brain into the back of the ty met with a terrible death He forming the handle of a Jaunty little muniug iu corral gave birth to a colt iu court when the order iu each of should leave alive Miller was on head Wednesday eveuing Drs God stallion for was hauling a load of ties to the rail- Â¬ Roscoe and a on one the of coldest nights in Janua- Â¬ Ford fail fihaw and Roberts removed the ball whip carried by his mistress Mrs road station when his horses became 3000 their cases was made while they hand ready for tlieJnOi hut ry The thermometer marked forty Lamont frequently accompanies Mrs at the time were not present either ed to appear The wtter lias conse and two or three pieces of bone as large It is reported that a fatal disease is degrees aud the colt has been uamed Cleveland on these walks which gen- Â¬ frightened atpl upset the load Han Â¬ quently lost castj with his associates as a half dollar from tbe back of the in ersou or attorney Strauge to say the erally extend as far as the old naval cock was covered with the ties and spreading among sheep iu the western Forty Below who loiiillv denounce Jiim for his cow head although the pulsation of the when pulletl out was ninshed into a part of Bourbon county The sheep cult was found to be doiug well hi the J- Mc Kinney the richest nian in observatory Oral 11 niiiy be seen through the tismre pulp He was unmarried andcou are effected iu tiie head ami die in a morniug and not frozen even as much K I I county died last week after a ardice A fire originated ia the rear portion sidered a good citizen few days In geritig Nines- A nurobw of marked copies of the formed by the passage of the4 ball as the tip of the ear He owned laud in The ejebill was destroyed and the of Robert Lees store house at the In Cincinnati the record of the pork Madison Clark and Montgomery Albany Times of recent date contain Mrs Martha Burch who left Cin- Â¬ oozed from both sides of the head Crossings lu Scott county three milos The report of the department ol ag packing season from November 1 to counties bes dea his possessions in his iiiKU letter purporting to have been brain from Georgetown which burned the cinnati last Thursday to go to Nicho- in The Young Mens Republican Club entire building with the stock of lasvilie reached that place after five Marcli 1 1887 8 there were 30958S riculture gives full return of the priucl native couuty which last included the written by President Cleveland last pal Cottage Furnace property It is reÂ¬ which he declined to have his name need not imagine that they are to merchandise amounting to about days absence Friday night at 8 oclock hogs killed and cured as against 332 paresgrain crops for18S3 year and com 401 for the same period last year Tula The value of them with ported that he had also 60000 to his used as a Presidential candidate uere have things their owu way in the 1600 with 1001 She was taken ill and could not com- Â¬ Insurance these crops on tho arms us shown by credit iu the bank Th re Is a pros Â¬ received Wednesday by Senators and coming campaign The young ladies books accounts and everything io The municate with her friends or family Is a loss of 21 81 3 the pect for a lively squabble among the Representatives at the Capitol Among of Greeuesliurg Pa are organizing a building were In Bourbon We Hawkins sold 12- - these figures were as follows Iu the NIchoIasville1 from a total loss A family by A telegram two years heirs when his estate Is distilbuted llio e who did not know the Times Frances Cleveland Marching Club for the C00 pounds of hemp to B B Hutch that she has information gives natneofLuudrum was living hi 18S3 1887 Monitor and Us editor the letter created some the purpose of taking an active part rear part of tho store building the reached the home of her son in that craft at So per cwt Mr Hawkins had A 058051 4S5 646106770 Corn but Oil Lainont pn iu the coming Presidential election cousin of speculation a test at breaking between his hands It has uten discovered that during the Iheirs named Blackburn town 31061 2960 3S3649272 nounced the letter a deliberate for- Â¬ They will be handsomely- - uniformed 333 pouuds Wheat Mitchell term of the County Treasurer of whose parents lives at Dry Ridge on Ella Parker colored atiaohed a train and Jim Moore 200 broke 200609960 1S7040234 Oats by and will each wear a white silk badge gery It was written he said pounds rkburg Pa from 18S2 to 1885 there S railroad had come to make of cars at Fourteenth street d pot and John theC whoe inter with a picture of Mrs Cleveland en Â¬ them a visit and he and as a defalcation Iu his office amouut- - Theonltllus C Callleott Cna Co of Totals Tiie Me roer Grain Sl1574105O SiS741U2t Blackburn belong to the Monarch Palace Car esting history is well kHovn Iu New graved on it Heres to the France were up 2 to S17W0 His successor E J The crops produced were Worth In siairs aieep Tite latter was Company to satisfy a debt of 50 Harrod burg sold tvheat to Southern Cleveland Club May it increase and awakened by Jonew carried a shortage through his York State the craukliug noise of The money was tine her for washing parties in the amount of 54000 and 1SS3 71321501 more to tbe farmers term ending 011 January 1st last who saw the Mikado multiply until tho whole broad laud is the fire aud awoke Blackburn and pillow slips nnd bed clothing and the stili have 011 hand 200 000 bushels than they were in 1887 But if the An American when George Grove became county of Japan at Tokio recently snjs He filled with like organization then run to the stair door and opeued comiinnvs auent was somewhat de more than Cincinnati and Louisville quantities produced hail been tbe same treasurer and the truth came out sat in lonely state a drnk ej w bUick ilie difference would have been much Herman Abeles of Cincinnati aged it but tbe flames shut off the escape linquent in paing the debt Con- - combined Bourlam News Longnecker called upon his bondsmen halred thick lipped man dressed iu 27 exchange clerk in Sdtieckea Bink ip mat uirecuoii men ran to au stable Andy Gerlein served the attach- - The stallion Alarm by Imp Eclipse grea er the oats crop last year exceed Â¬ tie WJ l1d the mquoy The affair has the uniform of a European general and Steitnshlp office committed I end window burst out the sash and ment The trainmen telegraphed dam Imp Maud by Stockweil sire of ed that of 1883 by 83316000 bushels and with nothing grand in his mnk up or appearance The alisolute monarch or 3W0000 people In a tight fitting goht faced blue coat and a French shako fir a cap Shndta of Gilbert and Sullivan preserve us 1 wanted to pull off Ids foreiuu tailor trumpery and pitcli his coal into the nearest canal scatter his monkey like soldiers ami make him and them all over agiin in the likeness uf their royal I anil the wheat was in excess 35490000 of that of 18S3 while the corn crop was 94905000 bushels less BRUIN AND Bow lha Tormer GraUHes lib Xaive for If oney Iaotdlaats 11 Â¬ It ts apparent to those farmers who Bears are like human beings in re Â¬ are abreast 01 tue limes mat me spect te their love for boaer Their amount of the product does not meas delight at finding a colony of the snail ure Its profit The coarse rough steer insects in the hollow trunk of a tree ia al- Â¬ that at three years oW weighs 1800 no less than that of the Indiana so though frequently they do not fare and sells at five cents per pound dees in their efforts to not usually yield so large a profit as well as the latter appropriate the sweets Their cinna his neater companion that weighs sincss and uncontroled desires occa- Â¬ 1400 and sells for a half cent more per sionally leads them into a trap from pound Usually to produce the former which they escape with dMacnltr and class of animals requires a much larger sometimes not at all When a hive of quantity of food and the butcher who bees is discovered by one of the shaggy slaughters two such steers side by side monsters the question of reaching the will generally discriminate still mure keenly in the price he pays the next time The rain that shears thirty pounds of wool so full of grease and dirt that it brings but twenty cenU per pound y ields 110 more money and less profit than the nuc that yields twenty pounds at thirty cents and the latter is generally the better animal to breed from as he will get Iambs more likely to be like himelf The same rule bold good in a more marked degree in the general pioducts of the farm We all know that the old Red Neshau nock potatoes yielded as many bushels per acre as any of the latter varletiei but why cultivate aud handle the great coarse things when the discriminating purchaser refuses to pay more than half as much for them as for the supe-Â¬ rior varieties it is the business of the American farmer to fuster and en- Â¬ courage this growing til position to discriminate against quantity and in National Stockmnn favor of quality and Farmer honey as soon as possible Â¬ - three-year-o- ld fr fr Hr 1 absorbs The Ireo is surveyed from different standpoints from the gronnd and from tbe branches until tbe seent of the honey ail has roused the latent pas Â¬ Then sions of the bnngry beast if an ordinary hole ran be dis Â¬ covered in the tree trunk Brain begins to work his way into it wn mindful alike of the eottseqttAnees of his rash aet ami the wibl hmnwrHfcs of the bees Tbe thought of the re Â¬ ward wahiti for him as soon as the honeycomb is reached Mrges him on and his body is soon sqneeaed down to half its original siae Tbe rbtton in Â¬ terior of tbe tree is torn to hnds by the sharp elaws of tbe frenzied breaot made fur ami a larjre passageway bis body When half in the tree be home ot manage- to reach the the little bees where a desperate fight begins- - The little insects y in- Â¬ to his face and sting him repeatedly but do not drive him away Bnuing Wide Awake into his shaggy eoat they soon get Forecast of the contents of wide their legs aHd wings so entangled that The they are unable to escape sntil tbe awake for the coming year Star Bearer Ballard of a Bail Boy stolen boner fe smeared over them Â¬ A Tale of Three Lions My Uncle and they teeeme inextrieably impris Florimoud Those Cousins of Maliefa oned The process of eating the honey Plucky Smalti and Double Rose Children of the White after it is reached is very simpte and His Story He merely scoops it House Around the World Stories easy for Bruin his paws and erams it into hs Dear Old Story Teller U S Naval up into mouth as rapidly as his digestive or aud Military Schools Our Asiatic gaHs will permit Afterginttingbim Cousins The Craiae of a Coverlet self thoroughly he then begins to feel Farm Life for Young People for the first time the taneomfortabie Papers The- - Briugiug up of Pup Â¬ aess of his cramped position Ptob pies Daniel Webster in New Ha nip ahly the amount of honey which he hire About Rosa Bonbeur The Story has swallowed has something to do in of Boatou Common The Medal Child- Â¬ making the hollow of the tree seem at any ren of the Reuaissance An Old Hooae smaller than be imagined on Royal Street Euranlas Boys Get Â¬ rate he finds on trying to back ont ting 011 In the World What ia Success that he can net move without causing A stifling sensation and How to Succeed for a Boy In himself pain Business Among Sir Walter Raleighs comes over him and be begins to strag gle desperately liked a smothered Homes Typical Children of England The result of these violent man Some Chinese Dragons About Sea struggles ends differently in different Harpa Grow cases Sometimes Brain escapes with Â¬ How Jews Serpents The Bamona School for Indian Girls out other iH juries than a few seratehes An Ant of Annsquara My Frieutls bat occasionally be finds a living tomb the Dogs The Wild Cattle of Chilling- Â¬ in the tree and he pays for bis stolen ly All Around An Old Meeting sweets with his own lhV Hunters House The Old Ballad of Ltiudou have found the enremwoa of bears Bridge The Boyhood of Paul H quite freqnently tbns imprisoned in The Little Captive Chief the hollow tranks of trees where tbey Hayne Two Girls A Piece ot News Cat Isa- Â¬ have been feasting oh tbe honey Tbe Â¬ bella A Stray Shot A New Birthday bees are in this war sometimes re Squires Sixpence A- - Night In A f venged on their enemies for tbe de-A stcHotfcm of their deartT bewebt Beaver Town Sabot The Stiut IiM hemes LtdepemdtiU Bull and the Leaping Pole Saved The The Wonder J3aB i the Blink Dill In Japan Carpets The Lant Christmas Tree You will Hi d the bhjgeet steak tbe COMPANY D LOTHROP Prettiest Patterns th Latest Styles PublMiera ot Books and Magazine and the Lowest pricea at J 8 OnlMnV Franklin and Hawley streets Boston JanlStea every other consideration eof Out-of-Do- or Bllnd-Mans-Bluf- lf - AVJIT TOBACCO BEDS THE CLIMAX three separate railroads to run a from Richmond to Beattyville but we can not understand how Ft BUSKED EVERY WEDNESDAY more than one proposition could BY THE carry While the people as we Climax Painting Co believe are in favor of a liberal subscription to tlie road from Richmond to Beattyville they TRENCH TIPTON ElMTORS- vm g white would never vote aid to more than j be appointed by the Governor bytfle1 Iron cotI wJuVtlnorleml and with tho consent of the xSen or with n mixture of whlcH Uiese roet- ate shall be styled public exainm ls Is a component part by the dipping er who shall furnish bond in the tir any other procs and commercial sum of 50000 He shall hold ly known as tin plates terue plates the office for the term of four aud taggers tin BefwaX gelathiFi and nil similar years The Public Examiner may 1 Editor aimaxt pkick run one road i It may be argued that by an expenditure ol 25000 or 50 WEDNESDAY MARCU 14 1868 000 or even a 100000 in each election that almost any sum for Ihe Mreriiseinent of the stal any number of roads could be lion IlemoHt in the Iiilerna voted by corruption of votes and tWHl published at Kmersoii by otlter unfair methods but we Manitoba recites among the nu do not believe that any amount merous things in his favor that lie of money can induce the people was bred o Irince Edward Island af Madison to vote aid to more Ike Kentucky of Canada Even Uuw onp road from Richmond to Moug the British Kentucky is BSwSj ville The idea will not hold re wrded as the greatest ltorse good fiat more than one charter N Road ceantry oh earth Aint it Doug is dangerous The L has a charter to build a road las from Richmond to Beattyville Oiir excellent Congressman Now suppose some one should Gev Jameg B McOreary is just argue that no other charter should itthe subject of a good deal of be granted and no oilier road newspaper mention by reason of built from Richmond td Beatty N might ItK bill providing for better com ville for fear the L mercial relations with the Central come in afterwards and secure and South American Republics aid to its road thereby fixing a The News of Newbury N Y grievous burden upon the county contains a very striking picture Again there is no telling how of the gentleman together with a many charters may exist if they biographical sketch and some could be raked together Already very favorable comments 011 his there possibly exists a sufficient liill The Chicago News of a number to bankrupt the county recent date also notices the bill provided a liberal sum should be at length and presents figures to voted to each one The safety therefore of the show how mutually beneficial commercial relations with the county depends upon her people Republics named will lie Stan If they want a road they will vote money to aid in building it If ford Journal they do not want a road the will not vote for it They do want a THE DEAil BMIBROK road from Richmond to Beatty Frederick William Louis Von ville and will vote a liberal sub IIoitenisoHeru Emperor of Ger- scription to its aid but they do many died on last Friday morn not want two roads or three roads ing March 9th in his palace at from Richmond to Beattyville Berlin after an illness of two and will not vote for more than He was born in 1797 and one Yet we have no objection had he lived two weeks longer to reducing the three charters in would have been 91 years old lie question into one one is all we was a remarkable man loth phys- want The Governor signed the bill ically and mentally and retained notwithstanding the protost his faculties wonderfully well At seven years of age he enter od the army at ten years was a THE LEGISLATURE lieutenant at seventeen a captain at eighteen for lteroism House resolution that the Auddisplaced in the battle of Water- itor be required to report to the loo was made a Major He that House tlte amount of tax received year as one of t lie conquerors from Auditors agent in each marched into Paris and twice countv or district for the vears again in his life repeated that act the last time in 1870 after the House bill to increase the powgreat battle of Sedan He became ers and duties of the CommissionKing of Prussia in 1S57 and Em er of Agriculture and to extend peror of Germany in 1S71 the appropriation to 4000 anThe crown descends to his son nually making provisions for a Prinee Frederick wk like the clerk premiums and the scatterEmperor is a soldier from boy ing of monthly bulletins and an hood but as his life is despaired of nual report broadcast in the farm by reason of a throat trouble a ing regions grandwMt of the Emperor Prince A Senate bill proposes a con William son of Prince Frederick tinuation of the Geological Bureau has been appointed Recent Bis with an appropriation of 15000 marck will continue to be -- the for two years power behind the throne The House Committee on Agriculture and Manufactures report im AM KAILKOAll CHAKTEHS a bill to prevent cholera diseased ltogs from running at large fixing A number of gentlemen from a fine for violation in any sum not MftOMon county went to Frank- exceeding 100 Passed A clause fort last week ami called on in the bill makes the party so YKA1J 150 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1SS4-5-6-- 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Governor Buck iter Tlie object of their visit was to protest against Hgnitig the bill to charter the Kifhtnotid Nicholaevilie ami IJeattjville Kailtoad The fact Itad cottte to tkee gentlemen that liesides the char ler in question there is a charter Jor the Louisville Soutltern Kail road to mil by wny of Bichmond to Beat tyville aitd an older char ter for the Richmond Irvine and Three Forks Railroad Still fur ther that there was recently pass ed a bill authorizing Madison county to subscribe stock to any railroad that may be built into or through the county The fears of these gentlemen were aroused lest the county might have voted upon it an and with eiermous debt out another railroad ever being built They learned that under one charter tlie sum of 250000 could be voted and that under the other two the amounts were unlimited They thought it pos sible Ar a sum reaching up close to a million dollars to be voted upon the eouiity and that with out there existing a - requirement for a mile of road to be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ offending liable for all damages that may result from the running at large of his cholera infecled swine Tlte House committee on Public Morals reported a bill to prohibit lite sale of liquors on election days A violation shall be con strued as a misdemeanor and punished with a 50 line Wholesale dealers and practicing physi cians are exempted Passed A House bill offered provides that no person over the age of twenty one years who is a resident of any city or town incorporated by an act of the General Assembly shall be denied the right of suffrage on account of sex in any election held in such city or town for the purpose of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ determining any municipal question nor in the election of any officer of such city or town except those named as constitutional Â¬ 113- 3 hi i These gentlemen went to Frankfort to ask the governor to veto the bill granting the Richmond Nieholaeville and Beattyville charter unlets the friends of the charter would have tlte other two charters cancelled It was not tlte province of tliese to gentlemen oppose the railroad from Richmond to Beat tyville or even to oppose any jtarlieular charter for a road from Richmond to Beattyville They were then and are now in lavor of x railroad from Richmond to Beattyville provided there is but one charier under which to build it they oppose more than one charter The visit in question was not meant as a rellection upon the integrity ability or watchfulness of the Senator and Representative property or other thing of value from Madison They are satisfied either before he casts his vote or that the Senator and Representa after for and in consideration of tive were familiar with the con his vote or as pa for going to Ihe tents of thess several charters election he shall be deemed to and voted understanding- - upon have been bribed and upon conthem and were fully aware of viction shall be disfranchised for their passage But because tlie len years Any candidate who Senator and Representative were shall furnish or give any money not of the opinion that these char- etc to any person for the purpose ters were too loosely drawn or too of tlie same being used to procure numerous was no reason as they votes shall upon conviction forfeit tiie visiting gentlemen thought any office he may then hold and why they the visitors should not bediequalificd to hold any office for ten years The person bribthink so Nor did tlte visiting gentlemen ing or the person bribed shall mean to reflect upon the integrity be a Goinnetent witness against of or impute any sinister motives anj person for any violation and tn the members of the Richmond no witness shall be excused from Irvine and Three Forks Railroad testifying on tlie ground that His Company most of whom reside own testimony might implicate himself but the testimony that here and ltereabouts We have now clearly defined any one may give under this act shall not be used against him or I he mission of there gentlemen U i obvious that be referred to in any trial against Frankfort and it tlie question involved is not a him House biH offered providing but a rulroad or no railroad with one charte or with one competent person an expert railroad in the theory sad practice of bookmore than one charter We can understand how three keeping and who is not an inseparate elections might be held I cumbent of any public office to ote three separate amounts to State county or municipal shall Â¬ built Â¬ affairs This is to allow women to vote House bill offered in relation to the marital rights of husband and wife It provides that a married woman may own in her own right real and personal property by descent gift purchase or by her own earnings manage sell convey and dispose ot the same by will or otherwise to tlie extent and in the manner the husband can with property belong- Contracfs may be ing to turn made and liabilities incurred by a married woman Neither husband nor wife shall be liable for the separate debts of the other From all evil injuries committed by a married woman damages may be recovered from her alone A married woman may sue and be sued without joining her husband The necessaries of the family including the education of the children shall be cliargable upon the property of both husband and wife or either House bill offered setting forth that if any voter shall receive directly or indirectly any money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I will give the readers ofTiiKCuMAX my plan for making tobacco beds at the time of year is here when tobacco LKUTALFowmI JA JjCil T seed ought to be sown Let ul who 0011 El template planting a large crp spare appoiht a Deputy having all the preparations crude brotfn or yelioWi Gljcerlne lid pailts ami labor In preparing btiK qualifications of himself It shall Fi li Glue or iInglat s Some may say there is no use to be be the duty of the Examiner to Phosphorus soap stocks fit only for In a hurry about sowing beds any assume and exercise a constant use as such time will do just so I get my tobacco supervision over the books and So It Soap hard and soft all of which set out by the 20th of June financial accounts of the Auditor are not otherwise fpecinlly enumerated w ill but all experienced growers know of or provided for Treasurer Superintendent that forward tobacco is preferable for Public Instruction State Geolo- Â¬ Extract of Hemlock and other bark several reasons one of which Is that gist and the several public char- Â¬ used for tanning forward tobacco Isnlways the brightest itable penal and reformatory Indigo extracts of ami carmined and you run no risk of frot as with institutions belonging to the State Iodine resublimed latn crops aud it is au indisputable also turnpike roads toll bridges Licorice juice fact that the late tobacco when cut river improvements belonging to Oil croton is more liable to house burn in con Â¬ to the State or in which the State Hempseed aud rapeseed oil sequence of ihe late cold rain Flaxseed or linseed oil has slock He shall prescribe and First select If possible a piece of Oil cottonseed ground hut commuuds a fair view enforce methods for keeping the Petroleum financial accounts of said offices of sunrise that Is a South east hill- Â¬ varies A murvel of This and institutions and instruct the Alumina alum patent alum alum side It should be fresh ground pro- Â¬ pnrlty powder never wliolesomenesi More streiiKth and proper officials thereof in the duo substitute sulphate of alumina and tected as much ns possible from the eeoiomlcsil Uran competition with tlie mul- Â¬ the ordinary kinds and hei old In performance of their duties con- Â¬ aluminous cake and alum in crjslal North wept winds Ifyou liavebru li rannot ot low lestRliorfwelgliialnmorplios titudes in sufficient to burn it that will do but plintfl powders Sold only Wallcans N UoVAl cerning the same He shall have or c round Y bU HAKica Powdek Co 108 full authority to expose false or All Imitations of natural mineral logs and pieces of rails are preferable Jnuc 22 tf erronoous systems of accounting waters and all artificial mineral waters Â¬ lfyou have logsplace them at the upper Baryta sulphate of or barytes un- fide of the bed and fire them on a It shall bo his duty to ascertain manufactured the character or financial standing Cement Roman Portland and all suitable day by placirg old chunks betwten the logs You must ueour of all present and proposed bonds others own judgment in rolling them down Officers nion of Stale officers Whiting and Paris whltr the bed as lliey burn The ground may be suspended for failing to Copper sulphate of or copperas should be burnt to a red color It act in compliance with the in- Â¬ Potash crude carbonate of or takes one or two days to structions of the Examiner The fuseland caustic pulih chlorate of sometiiiiis in this way but they are buru a bed bill is a lengthy one It potash and nitrate of potash or salt worth two burnt with brush The was referred to the Committee on pet re crude sulphate of potash ground will generally cool of in one Banks and ordered printed Sulphate of soda known as salt half day enough to sow and herein prima donna assisted by MissJESSICA House bill offered to protect cake crude or retined or niter cake lies Ihe success of raising plants If CAMPHELL Mezzo Soprano of this place MUs EMILSE HOWE pianist the privacy of telegraphic mes- Â¬ crude or refilled and glubors salt you have a bed 20 feet square take 4 and Miss DOLLIE WILLIAMS ac- Â¬ oil aud its homologues sages Any employe who shall Aniline or 5 common teaspoons full according companist will give a disclose to another than the per- Â¬ Coal tar products of buch on unp to puiity of seed four of good seed son for whom the message is in- Â¬ tha and 5 of inferior Mix your seed in beuizole dead oil aud plenty of nsltes faking pains tn thor Benzine tended or any person who shall willfully receive a disclosure of pitch r or convenience oughly mix mem IX All preparations of coal tar not col- Â¬ mark your bed both wajs 0 feet and this kind shall be deemed guilty of n misdemeanor and fined not ore or dyes and not acids of colors aud sow both ways RICHMOND 15 more than 100 or imprisoned not dyes Seeds may be tested by throw ing a Night dyewoods ex- Â¬ few hi the fire if they pop they are Logwood and other more than a year in the county tracts aud decoctions of good jail Some dispute the quantity of seed House bill ottered to empower Spirits of turpeutlne Mile BREDELLIS scccess both in the Governor with consent of the Blue black ivory drop black and to sow 1 have tried thick and thin Europe and America is sufficient guaranSenate to appoint a commission bone charcoalochery earths umber and sowing both and at the same time tee that this will be a rare muscal treat Ooher and and therefore draw my information Of her singing the AouJou Times sao to select and adopt a suitable umber earths sienna aud sieuua from that The thiu sowing was And then came the Lied des Pagcns series of text books to be used in from the Opera of the Huguenots in earths when dry the common schools The Super- Â¬ All preparations known as etbential much the better the plants being which Mdlle Bredelli acquitted Itcrselfto intendent of Public Instruction oils rendered oils alkaline alkaloids bunchy and well rooted I think one such perfection that she fairly took the Her rendering of poon full plenty for ten feet square house by storm shall be ex officio a member and and all combinations of any of the fore- Â¬ Â¬ They must be thoroughly raked both Twickenham Terry was really charmPresident ot the commission going and chemical compounds by ways ing We may add in concusion that after sowing to insure and even during the four nights on which she ap No text books shall be used other whatever name known and not speci- Â¬ trampled down smooth and peared here she san no less than thirtj those selected by the com- Â¬ ally enumerated or provided for in this start and than Any time two timet and et notwithstanding her solid to hold moisture mission Members of the com- Â¬ act from now until tlie loth of April voice on Saturday evening was as good as on her first appearance the highest notes mission shall receive while on Sulphur refined in rolls will do to sow as good plants as I ever in the Lied des Pagens being sung cleara salary ot tflou per active duty Wood tar Mdlle had were sown the 10th of April aud ly and with apparent case month Coal tar crude were ready to set out Ihe 4th day Juie Bredelli will sing both of these songs also A House bill offered making it AH barks beans berries balsams If any one desires information as lo Waiting and others unlawful for any member of the bulbs buIlKius roots and excrescences canvas on beds let him apply to The Of MNs CAMPBELLS singing at the Ueneral Assembly to accept or such as uut galls fruits flowers dried Climax and I will furni h Ihe desired Opera IIjusc in our neighboring town of Lexirgton on last Thursday the 1rans use any free pass on any railroad fibres graius gums auJ gum resins information W P 8- - Soweus Mis Campbell scoied a gen- Â¬ crift said train during tlie session of the herb leaves lichens nuis roois aud from uine triumph in the selection Mignon and in Kathleen Maourneen General Assembly A member stems vegetable seeds aud seeds of THIN COLUMN- earning well deserved encores for each accepting a pass shall be deemed morbid growth weeds woods uedex Her voice is a well culti- Â¬ pressly fur dyeing aud dried iusects It made performance Soprano guilt of a misdemeanor and shall The Climax remarked that vated Mezzo and of fine quality All non dutiable crude minerals but thirty seven Miss takes lu writing up It is safe to predict that she w ill make her be fined anywhere from 100 to which have been advanced in value or the nituquenule aud the Winchester mark in the musical worid 200 Misses HOWE and WILLIAMS are Edu- Â¬ condition by refining or grinding or Sun sucker like couldnt nee the point The Senate Committee on superior performers the cation reported a bill to amend by other process of manufacture not Of course we had lo lake tlib names both will contribute muchupon their piano splenby anJ the common school law so as to specially enumerated or provided for or of all the Missei to make It a hit did playing to the enjoyment of the een- All earths or clays uuwrought provide for the prompt and reg- Â¬ Once when we twit d theStauf- rd ing ular payment of teachers sala- unmanufactured kaoline Journal over an error of the type Dont miss thii rare musical treat China cliy or ries without amendment The the editor hud a conniption fit now Tickets are now on tale at Whites Drug Opium crude containing nine per- Â¬ it he hops on The Climax for a dimiulu Storo bill provides that for each school cent inn aud over of morphia for med- Â¬ rror of one let- Â¬ tive year beginning July 1 18SS the icinal purposes ter Verily we say extract the saw log Auditor of Public Accounts shall Iron aud steel cltnn ties or hoops STALLIONS on his successive warrants of the for baling purpose not thinner than from thine own optic Superintendent of Public Instruc No 20 wire gauge Mr C E Woodof Richmond Regis Â¬ tion distribute the amount of Needles sewing darning knitting ter by accident was In CxrlNIe Fri us call He started for school fund due each county to aud all others not specially enumera- Â¬ day aud paidbut adid mt change cars Cincinnati its Superintendents as follows ted or provided for in litis act at Paris as he should have done Hi- - made him Â¬ On October 1 two fifths of the Copper imported in the form ol ores hence the accident amount on November 1 one fifth regulus of and black or coarse copper self nt home though by settiugtype us and j work December 1 one fifth and on ami copper cement old copper lit only Tlii helping Ihe read pronl onRichmond is second January 1 the residue The coun- Â¬ for fanufdctiire editor that drnppjd into CuriNle ty superintendent shall in turn Nickel in ore matt or other crude hi a like manner French Tipton and was went to the pay promptly and in monthly in- form not ready for consumption in junction sleep dropped carried bv last STANDARD mid oft here tlte arts -- prlug stallments the amounts due the Larli le Mercury Silt Antimony us rfgulu- or metal teachers On or before the first Editor Iottling of Ihe Mercury is S Quik ilver chrtimate of Iron or too modest to state the real mis tiou of Monday in September 18S8 each Will make the season of SS at the stables county Superintendent must enter chromic ore tho two parties above mentioned We miles from Mineral substances in a crutle state had heard of the great fat editor of tho of McKec on Trajnor 1 into a covenant before the CounRichmond the lrirtc turnpike Al- Â¬ ty court of his county to the and metuls unwroulit not specially Mercury Puwling weighs 104 pounds mont Blucher will stand at 15 and John aud went down to learn the art of Wilkes at 30 caih with usual priulcpe Commonwealth of Kentucky with enumerated or provided fur is with return in it Brick getting fut and succeeded so well that of Almont BIuchermarc nit parted sufficient security in not less than record Standard Vegetables in their natural state or Woods thought hed try if Powling mile track 256 and double the amount of the school in 249 trial on slowsalt or brine full brother to First Call 221 is a benefactor fund that may be due the county Chicory root ground or unground Almcnt Blucher is a seal brown foaled for that school year to ba approv- Â¬ burnt or prepared and all other ar-Â¬ May 20th 1SS0 has one white foot behind and one in front i5 hands high and ed by the court for the faithful ticles ued or intended to be used aa CONCERNING FARMERS weighs 1100 pounds whn in stud condidischarge of his duties and the coflee or substance therefor not spec Â¬ Sired by Athlete sire of First Call The farm of Lee Veech containing tion said bond shall be renewed each ially enumerated or provided fur Isaac G 94 acres 2 miles northeast of Slielby 2214 Athlone 2 26J4oldA thel 3 year old successive year The bill passed 235 Mabel Cocoa prepared or manufacture 3ear ville was sold lo Thos D Ilieatt for 235 246tj Geneva Maid 3 jear old Senate bill introduced to pro- Â¬ Dates plums or prunes S4750 2140 May Josephine 4 ytar old 244 to vide a general law for chartering Currants seante cud others About 200 cattle at Versailles on cart and Many others that are lirst railroads Athlete by Almont 33 by Alexanders Fig Court day Heifers sold at 300 per AbdUah 15 by Rjuhks H amble tonian Senate bill introduced to regu Meals game aud oullry cwt calves at 12 to 1525 hogs of 10 late assignments for benefit ot Beans peas and split peas Almont Blucher ut J m Ladv Blucher about 120 pounds weight SI 75 per Pulp for paper makers us creditors dam of First CUt 22 by Richards cwt Beilfounder No 03 anl sire of Western Senate bill introduced to pro- Â¬ Bibles books and pamphlets print-Â¬ The live stock market was exceed- Â¬ Gill 227 and the dams of ten 230 trotters hibit the establishment of trusts ed in other languages than English Lady Blucher is a remarkable speed pro- Â¬ and books and pamphlets aud nil pub- Â¬ ingly dull last Monday Few offer Â¬ ducer pools or other combinations by bhe has produced seven foals ings were made and these were of com Â¬ and all of them show a high rate of speed whicn competition in prices of lications of foreign government aud commodities and transportation of publications of foreign societies his- Â¬ mon grades Fair prices were obtain Â¬ but two have ha J a days training was a very fast mad marc herself Her s re persons and things are prevented torical or scientific printed lor gratui Â¬ ed Lebanon Standard Richards Beilfounder by Hungerfords tous distribution B J Treacy of Lexington has sold byBlucInrby Duroc Blucher was out of Bristles to Baltimore parlies Uradetreet a bay Young Mil ers Damsel by 11 ambc tonian FKEE IMPORTS Bulbs aud bulbous roots not medi coll yearling by Ranker dam Fanny by Messenger Almont Bluchera 2nd dam Polly by D by Star Almont for 2000 and The new Tariff bill introduced in cinal Vermont Boy son Black Feathers of nil kinds crude or not Fortunate gray filly yearling by sire of Ethan Allenof Hills Lancet Hawk Congress makes the following addi- Â¬ 22314 225 Fayette Wilkes dam Lady Denuisou Young America 223 etc 3rd dam a tions to the list of articles which may dressed colored manufactured thoroughbred Finishing powder by John Dillard for 1000 be imported free of duty Almont Blucher is a very handsome and Grease Timber liewn and sawed and tim- Â¬ Andrew Scott sold his farm on the perfect horse promises to be a sire of style Grindstones finished or unfinished ber used for spars and In building Georgetown pike 5 miles from Lexing Â¬ and speed his proJuce are large and firm Curled hair for beds or mattresses wharves Timber square or sided ton containing 63 acres of land to with peifect legs and feet and sitow a fine Human hair raw uncleaned and Mr A B Anderson of Fayette for turn of speed with excellent depositions Wood unmanufactured not special Three 01 Blttchers produce have been not drawu ly enumerated or provided for 7000 Dora Veal sold his pluce 10 worked some little for speed Spcedmont Hatters fur uot on the skin Sawed boards plauks deals and miles South east of Lexington at 00 Tickler and the West filly All of them Hemp aud rapeseed aud other oil Â¬ per acre to Mr I D Clark of Win- Â¬ could beat 3 minutes in their 2 3 ear old 11 other articles of sawed lumber form and were handled ery lightly at Hubs for wheels posts block gun seeds of like character chester Ky yearlings and Specdmont could go his J Lime block heading blocks and all like At Mrs R C Rdmoud8 sale Fri- Â¬ mile in 115inwiUj ease the other two went Garden seed blocks or sticks rough hewn or sawed their mile day stock sold well Horses brought lor 800 cash 242 and 43ofand Tickler sold Liaseed or flaxseed only Others his produce are Marble of all kinds block rough or from 00 to 125 cows 32 to 42 good all of which are from common bred Staves of wood sheep 560 corn 340 hay Almont Blucher has trotted 3 18 per mares Pickets and palings laths shingles squared races and neisr lost a best with less than Osier or willowy prepared for basket- - stack Household and kitchen furniclap boards nionths training He is a ture sold well The sale was well at Â¬ 3 colts as well as his breedingtrotter and his Pine or spruce logs provided that If makers use prove that tended A C Kidd one of the best he will transmit the same quality IIU Broom corn any export duty Is laid upon the above auctioneers in the State made the sale sire Athlete transmits speed his dam Brush wood mentioned articles or any of them by Lady Blucher transmit speed Almont Ml Sterling Democrat Plaster of Paris when ground oi any country whence imported from 33 his grand sire tranomiio speed his g bhail be subject to duty as now pro- Â¬ calcined Mr Percy Talbert of Fayette has g sire Alexanders Abdallah transmitted Bags of whatever muteiial com farmed four mares for 7500 Two of speed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hamble vided by law tonian transmits tpecd so there is not a Salt in bags sacks barrels or other posed these Silverone 218J and Alma missing link Rattans aud reeds manufactured packacesiu bulk when imported from Mater to Bowermau Bros As rah Almont Blucher is a show horse as well any country which does not charge but not made up into finished articles 218 aud Montana MaUlr by-- George as a trotter havuig been shown eight Paintings hi oil or water colors and Wilkes to Wilson any import duty upon salt expoiUd Handy The times and got six 1st pieiniums and 2nd twice statuary not otherwise provided for from the United States two former will be bred to Wilton aud But the term statuary shall be un the two latter lo Sultan not hnckled or Flax straw Flax drcftspd Flax hackled known us derstood to Include professional pro Paws A T Forsyth auctioneer duet Ions of statuary or sculptor Irewed linen low or flax or hemp By Red Wiikc sire of 13 with records D n sm ill crowd a h I of from rejiorts only to 1st dam by Mat Hay Jute Imtte jute a lot of drunks No stock of any kind den by Mambrino Patchen tlte sire of Stone unmanufactured or undressed Suim mfuI grass and other vegetable reestoue granite sandstone und all upon tho market except one second thirty two sons and the sire of thirty two Mores hand shovel and one 4 bat rel pistol performers and his mares have proJuced fturiaps not exceeding- sixty inches building or monumental stone twenty five perfbrmcrs in 2 30 or better strings of gut or any other like which were disposed or by our talented aim sire irom 215 10 2ioJj sons or All width of llax jute or hemp or of and sliver tonged uuctloncer Col W Mambrino Patchen heve sired the dams hicli flax jute or hemp or nny of material T Ficklln t the enormous price of 30 I ofSilveron 219 Charley P 225 Ella Tallow them fchall be the competent material two years Lennie two years Paris Citi Waste all not specially enumerated and 85 ceuts respectively or nliief material Lanu ratcnen three oi vipiiKi -- 7 zen dynamite 22s Linnette Bagging fur cotton or other manu- Â¬ or provided for eT5l c2 c Second dam by Gills Ver- Â¬ Waste all not specially enumerated Following is a list of the most widely 294t factures not spot specially enumerated mont sen of Banner Boy 123 and of known thoroughbred sires in Ken Â¬ or provided fur In this act suitable to or provided for rnngz294ijambcta V This end Ihe free Hat and the first tucky with their lines Uleuelg 22 wilke 226 and a number oi others which cotton bagging is applied com Â¬ Longfellow 21 Pat Malion aud Bil- Â¬ John Wilkes is 16 hands hign a bcauti posed in whole or part of hcmpjuje erutloji of the bill let 28 Alarm 10 Springbok and ful bay with two white feet behind very jute bulls flax Jufe butts until and heavy mane and tail and as a show hore Felloworafi 18 Libsn IS King has taken premiums at Richmond St sical gross and manufactures thereof Kentucky boasts of its pretty women Alfonso 16 Jit Johnson H ratiiinoro Louis and every place where he was except burlaps not exceeding sixty sixty Inches Jn width and bagging for fine horses blue grass and her celeÂ¬ an Falsetto 12 Duke of Montrose 11 shown handled cotton this actfball take effect July brated Gautera chicken cholera cure Onaudiigo 0 St Blaise 8 King priceS7Hortes responsibilityat forreasonable but no accidents Fisher 21 III Use 18 aud Fiddle or escapes which la sold ou the 11889 It slicks 15 Willie or plates or plan by Stockton Iron or steil sheets mar143m McKEETRAYNOR FOUND iiMii 1AT THE 1 cr If Goods Laces F Cttl GfiOCEBY OF HUE That are fraught with great interest of l ytai W f0 the purchasers that visit our store in search J 3 X A full nud B ON J2xiCij3 White Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes Hats c North Second Street compute stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Absolutely Pure GROCERIES We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit Ircdelli Concert Canned Goods YOU MUST COME MD SEE THENL C reera and Bried Fruit are confident of a just verdict and plenty of every thing in ray line This house is il We StriGUy -- Business ON A- - WH IT E -- OO iLS- - K3 SUCH INDIA LINENS in plain striped Strictly CASH Basis checks and plaids stripes lllfl Yocal Cohcb it The best goods are MULLS inin stripeschecks and plaids checks and plaids kept and sold on very SWISSES PIQUES in plain cords plaids and close margin for cash JAR stripes Friday GIVE THIS IIOUSE tf EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swfcs Â¬ A jtni TBI and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica Piatt Seville and ta WB WHITE TO THE TRADE ANNOUNCES that he has 11 large and well seltcted line of Â¬ Remnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will be sold REGARBLUSS OF VALUE BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings JffAFKIBJS and TABLrS lallSKS 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¬ CLOTHING Gents FURNISHING Goods t Etc iii which you can find the Â¬ - BEST GOODS9 LATEST STYLES AND THE Â¬ Â¬ LOWEST TRICES H J STRENGS THE TWO Mammoth Louisville Stcrs He does not intend to be undersold Iip will uud to id uOitoiiier he sn give you full value for every dollar in Â¬ vented with him and he urge you to gve him an early call 1 THE COSHES SADDLERY MIT W B WHITE At McKkbs Old Stand June 22 Out BLUGHER Â¬ - JOHN WILKES Call your attention to tbeir commodious and elegant house Main ami Second Streets Richmond Ky corr TO THE PGOP Of Madison AND- - IXOUR TSrf There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearav and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the L They have tiie most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles tin 3 in their shop of the best materials They have Â¬ Other Counties Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Ther stock of Bujrgy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide waon whips of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle pluted and wooden stirmpe Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and stroi j shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers liorse blankets horse toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges c A iull line of collars haines trace chains back bands Iiame stn plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagn 1 r- - I wih to return mv most sincere thanks for their liberal patronage during the past 17 or 18 cars and hope that in the future as in the past I may in a measure prove worthy of the same I beg leave to announce for the coming season that I have purchased and shall keep daily the largest and most select stuck in e cry respect that has ever been shown in this vicinitv and at prices that absolutely DEFT COMPETITION unos we have a genuine boom I liable to hac a good many left unsold In fact I have bought so many goods that am so TURFMEN CaN FIND ANY THING IN TI1EIU Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appoir cl I commence the CUT in time saddlery and harness house Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now N ce new gilt paper lrom 15 10 cents STRemember the place Ilerndons Corner Main and N cents per roll upwards Curtain rolis in Streets Cherry Mahogany Walnut and Ebony -- LM cents and upward Pictures and Picture Frames cheaper than cu ever dreamed of In regard to Mixed Paints with an actual practical experience of more than 20 j ears in the mixing and spreading of painu I think I can claitn to know- - some- Â¬ thing about Paints Never buy cheap inuHhy soap paint made of valor whiting barytes benzine and other cheao materials which the manufacturers of same direct to flow on Because if you rub them Why out as any good paint ought to be applied they not having the necessary body will not cover So buy a too cheap to name prices Nice Window Shades complete with fixtures each 50 jann W C GORMLEY CO iy qUEEH AID OEESCEITT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECf AND FAVORITE LINE TO Â¬ STRICTLY PURE and made of a proper thicknes so that they must be rubbed out in order to obtain a atiifa tory job Absolutely the best mixed paint ever made Read the guarantee the strongest one ever offered to the public LINSEED OIL PAINT New Orleans Florida body that has the Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the WE GUARANTEE PriciBal PA Soiiililasi M Sonili M Â¬ cfa terns wzLssss j6 io 23f that the paint contained in this package is Strictly Pure in eery respect It is composed of strictly pure white lead and pure zinc combined with pure linseed oil dryers sufficient turpentine to Insure prop- TIIE SOUTHERN ItOUTE TO er working and such pigments as are re- Â¬ quired to produce the various shades It does not contain Gasoline llenzinc Alkali Water Soap or Barjt s When applied strictly according to directions on each can will cover more surface excel in appearance and surpass all other paints tlie Importauttattesqf Ihe South wHhowehaBB not exceptinjr strictly pure white lead Will not pel crack or chalk off If not Only found as above stated wc will forfeit the value of tlie paint aud the expense of the application of same TIIE PACIFIC COAT jbub ibbwo ma LincBRSTOJACKSNviUFLorii - GEO II WILLGMG INTERIOR DECORATOR Painting and Paper Hanging Com- Â¬ petent workmen sent to any part of the county Work done in most artistic manner and at most reasonable rates mai7tf Xnmlv All flm Tnntlinn y tV V- wh tut Dtlnnln ronntet rWMCKM MUU AND iJU t Travel via- - Queen and Crescent icnenusoptrtnteudcat lino 22 SZJSXSSZ Jne tn Assistant tii rassenpr Al -- JlXiZr ftt teata pwgF-s- -- - vtpfygpp imtmy- -- J jj PrmtSkoWstouW THE GLIM AX WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 iSSS A Colt Challenge J aim De Wilt M lller to morrow night liredelii euucerl Frilay iiIrIH 8 oclock the Court hoi at and enl o jail HhI Coekrell Has been imitated far tn the Murder of Amerineat Irvlue omnly pulls fiudifAiird are Old popular in IUuhmnnd litis winter Tin re ere two last week HI Mr J J Framptnn sola 2 lion es cue to O HChenanlt forS225one to J 11 CheUMUlt for 176 last week The folhowlng olialtenge Is clipped trom tln Kentuoky tjlock Farm of hn l Thursday Bighmond Ky March C ISSS I will match a yearling colt foal of 1SS7 ly Vatican dam Lucy West out nr Harry Wilkes dam agalusl nny colt or filly of same age the get of any stallion to trot hall mile heats to harness for 50 a side on Ihe first Batuiday in May 18SS The came color hex sire and dam must be ciyen within ten days or the prohibition is wltlnlrnwii I am willing to start against one or more that will accept this offer and let the best colt lake the pile My apology for making this proposition to trot colts so early In the season is merely to compare the natural speed of the colts without the benefit of any training I will trot on any mile track in Lexington BC Mis Jebk Campbell the vocalist of Madixin Female IuMuuie will tdng Kathleen MaviHimeen at the concert Friday night Mr Neulaud Jones Jr lias pur- Â¬ chased an interest hi the blme house ol C C Wallace Hi Main fetreet and the 3unes new firm will be Wallace A ICiiaa exeliauge in Hpenkinj of says Mary one of its lady couipo-Uor- -i Keatou is a full fledged compositor at She will also play the this oflice deul when necessary Mr W W Pigg 4d on Thursday Ubt to Mr John Curry ot Foxtown Lis lann of W aeres known as the C le place near Ml Ileasntit church per acre 1 000 or 66 0 Potts Open Session The Plillaletheau society held an in their hall at Central University on Friday night the occasion being the preliminary con- Â¬ test for choice of seakers for the Fresh Â¬ open session fr Mr X BGentry has dd his fann the Charley Walker place 68 acres two miles west of Richmond to Mr George S Williams of College Hill at 57J50 jer acre Mr Gentry will re uove West Mr James M While sold his farm of MXty acres on Otter Creek to Mr Anderson Cltenault at 10 per acre Mr While has purcha ed or li ml in Indian Territory and will make that his home -- man and Soph more speakers medal in April The hall was filled with ladles aud gentlemen to hear the declama Â¬ tions and they were amply repaid as the young gentlemen did themselves great credit There were ten contest- Â¬ ants for the honor of representing their society The following young men were chosen J W Jollrion Lotiici anu Lisle Irvine Kentucky A P Gregory M V South Kentucky Kentucky and C Lilly Kentucky The following gentlemen were judges Prof B C Hagermau Prest J V Logan and Mr C S Powell The young gentlemen spoke with treat enthusiasm as if they had worked hard and were taking a great deal of lutertst iu the contest All de- Â¬ well claimed The Epiphyllidiau society will have Its preliminary con- Â¬ test Friday night the 16th There are eleven contestants for the honor PERSONAL The Epiphyllidiau Society of Cen- Â¬ will choose its April Mrs J J Brooks visited Mrs W T tral University declaimers by preliminary contest on Brooks at Park last week next Friday niglit March 16th 1SS8 Mr A R Burnam is attending CirThe sesiou will le an oiten one The cuit Court at Irvine this week public is cordially iuvited to attend Mr Tom Arnold attended Mitt Williss especially the ladies party at Tine Groe Clark county last Jihu DeWilt Miller Ihe humorist week chief lecturer at Chautauqua will Maj I N Cardwell and wife of Win lecture in Richmond to morrow night on the Usefulness of Ufilinei s It chsster visited Mr and Mrs Sam Fox will be a rare treat and if you want to last week laugh and be instructed at the tame Mis Julia Leach of Maysville was the time go and hear him guest of Miss Annie Letcher from Friday Squire John McCnnl of Clark coun- Â¬ until Tuesday ty formerly of this county has eJd Miss Mary Stockton and daughter his farm of 109 acre know11 as the Mi- - Nettie were the guesto of Mrs Rash IVck Bn di place about two miles from in Winchester Friday K joiiecborongh mi the Winchester Mr Rota Bosley of Lincoln county turnpike lo Bev J Pike Powers re Â¬ of Ihe Winchester Na Â¬ was in the city Saturday en route to Win cently cililer chetter his former home tional Bank for SS 000 Mr D M Bright left Monday for A saoot from the Glade rushed into New York Philadelphia and Boston to print through Ihe lieeister last week t say that Tin CliMAX had wronged select his spring and summer goods him and then refused to rectify the Messrs W G White Hiram Jett S wrong If lie had not been a rr ex led D Parrish of this place and Mr Nat for rooliery mid ered a term iu jail Thompson of Jacksons Ferrv left Friday oflenwe we wouW take the furaunthrr afternoon for Pineville to projpect and paluHtoshow that he is a liar view the Kentucky Leadvillc Â¬ 1 W D Ruoker on nf hi uncle Feluuiiry CTth of consumption after Jack Asber has gone to Pineville 011 nu illne8 of six months Deceisei was a in mber of the Methodist church busiuess a a good honest and Industrious Miss Mnllie Wagoner of Lexington young man His death was a sad is visiting Mrs Jack Asher stroke to his tirqualntauces but he The Ford Lumber Compmiy will left a sure evidence of heaven which will be consoling to his friends He sturt their mill this week leaves three brothers who have the Asber Bros have bought 2400 logs sympathy of the community this spring aud suw dally 23000 feet of lumber DIED Misses Emma aud Nora Richard of this vicinity have returued from a Mrs James W Hamilton died at visit to Winchester her home at College Hill Sunday The Str Favorite makes three tiips March 11th ISSS weekly lo Beattyville Capt tfpur Mrs Lucluda Will wife of Silas Iock is doing a good busiuis Witt died Saturday March 3rd 1SS8 Miss Lucy Brandenburg left Satur Â¬ at Ihe Witt Spriugs iu Estill couutyt day Inst on the Str Favorite for her Hazel E little daughter of John D home near Beattyville uud Nannie Christopher died at the Mrs RoJ aud her little daughter home of its parents on Thursday Clara of Indianapolis Ind tire the March 8lh 1S88 aged 18 months guests of her sou G A Roy Mrs Thomas Johnson died at her was home on Clear Creek near Union Dr Brown of Winchester called to see Grace the little dtughter City Madison county on Wednes Â¬ of James Bellsher who Is very sluk day Eebruury 28th aged lerhaps 70 J M Asher who is attending school years at Central University was iu the vil- Â¬ Nathan Elliott fell dead 011 his farm lage Sunday with n pleasant nod for near Irvine Estill county on luit every oue Wednesday aged 51 years He was ut Brookstown Rev J B Devault conducted the partially educated services at the Presbyterian church on school bouse Madison county a broth- Â¬ the first Sunday Mr Spicer at the er of Rev Milton Elliott ol Kirks- Â¬ ville and belli the office of School Refoiui church Commissioner Supposed heart dis Â¬ Mrs Georgiu E Kelley who has ease been on a protracted visit to friends Overton Mauplu aged SI years died and relatives at Beattyville came at Itie residence of his W home last week CTodd on Drowning Creek March Mr Win Scolts who was clerking 12th ISSS of pneumonia Deeased in H C Longs store has moved with had hts leg amputated about a year his family to Grayson Ky where he ago caused from gangrene nnd had will go into business for himself been a suflerer for some time He was a good citizen and resected by all who EDEXT0X knew him His wife is very low aud is not expected to survive him Com is selling for 4 per barrel long The dirt roads are in bad conditou Rev D G B Demnree died on the for travel owing to the mud 8th lust at IIih home of Mr Leroy He John M Dickenson has auctioned Hisle two bad preached in College Hill weeks before his death aud oil his stock of goods at Buckeye had stopped to pay Mr Hisles family Gtrrard county a short visit when t was taken sud Â¬ ld Thomas Hendrens little denly ill with congestion of the stom Â¬ boy who was thot by another boy ach aud bowels His Wife aud daglittr in Nicholasville is getting well were summoned from their home ut Edeutou is improving rapidly Two Camptou and his sou Prof Will stores two black smith shops one Demaree of Millersburg came to at- Â¬ church one posl ofiice and no saloon tend at his bedside but all their tender care aud the skill of the physicians John W Tealer ami Oliver Tudor availed nothing aud after sufleriug are running for Constable in Ponsey intensely for two weeks the faithful subject lo soldier of the cross was called to rest district both Republican convention from his labors He wub sixty three Mr Jordan Myers has recently 3 ears of age and had spent much of moved from Jessamine county to this his life in the ministry At the time place and put up a black smith shop of his death he was Ihe presiding elder of the Irvine district of the M E He is n Hue workman He was burled in our Church South There has lieen great excitement village cemetery ou Ihe IO1I1 The among the people of this vicinity for burial service of the church was read by the past week Mrs Eliza Cotton has Rtv D P Wure but owing lo the ab Â¬ made an eflort to stop an old mill road sence of some members of the family nnd road to school house in district funeral sermon was deferred No 1 She had two large fences put the li W O across the road and forlmde anybody FORD -son-in-latiiue-year-o- After his first marriage to Tnbltba P Williams he went lo Ihe country to fin in and oontiuttrd farming Until with Â¬ in Ihe past few jeais To him was Urn by I1I1 first wife two sons twhih Bauil W Cruleher well known as a preacher of the gos Â¬ pel and William Ij now assistant cashier of the Madison National Bank iu Richmond aud an elder in the White Oak Pond hrlstiun church These bovs were left motherless ten days after their birth but developed into true men occupying responsible positions iu Ihe church of Christ His second wife was Mary Anil Willis by whom he had one daughter Sister John Duerson with whom Bro Cruleher lived during the latter part of his life His second wife preceded him to the grave a lew years since Bro Crutcber was for about thirty years an tlderiu the Christian church aud was an active efficient and 1011 scientious filcer He was Hi m hi his opinions unwavering in his faiih irre- Â¬ proachable iu private character and eminently loyal to the truth He mei death without a tremor his faith was indeed beautiful and inspiring and his He had hope as blight as a sunbeam lived to do faithful service and like the great apostle was ready to be lu the full assurance of the ollcrcd crown of righteousness which uwaited him His life was useful his death a victory and his eternal home Iu the niauy mansioued house of his Heav Â¬ enly Father was his rich reward The Cincinnati Apostolic Guide 1 Successful Jratitutes of Phonography Mr Bhimer a student of the Short hand Department of the Commercial College of Ity University Lexington Ky was employed last week al S a day to reMiit ihe evidence iu the Asylum investigation before the Leg- Â¬ islative Press Ihe Committee above College pays 2500 annually for the maintenance ot the above special Department All of its gradu- Â¬ ates have situations Nearly one hun Â¬ dred young ladies and gentlemen are taking this course at this College Professor W It Smith is correspond Â¬ ing with Cougresslben Senators Courts Railroad officers Campaign Committees etc nrianging to supply them with Reporters and Secretaries Students from Cincmuati Ohio Louis- Â¬ ville Kentucky aud Atlanta Georgia are iu attendance several leaving their home colleges Baying that Ihe graduates of this college are efficient aud they get situations iu competition over all others iu the Short baud Writing Course or iu the Book keeping ami Busiuess Course See advertise- Â¬ ment of this college in another col- Â¬ umn It J F Stone Has the Singer Cos Automatic ohaiu noiseless tewing stitch single thread Ladies machine strong and elegant feb22-5t- specially iuvited to call alone on account of Djspepsia Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets will care Dyspepsia Indigestion and Constipation told on a positive Jraanmtee at 25 and 60 cents by W G White Prescription Druggist XT rtvvxt Of tie good things of this VVW iifa rt 80rrowIally let Seeing a Dollar Some men can see a dollar a long way oil but everyUsly can save a dollar by trading at Whites Prescrip lion Drugstore on Second street near the Garuett House Jan IS tf Horses Shod MsaMHHfofiES e eaffiffltfii if Road Horses Trotters aud Runuers shod in any manner desired I have an extra lot of second growth timber for repairing nil kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ All work guaranteed ery n specialty Shop back of Brookss drug store 8febly S L MIDKIFF J S Jl Etgifl Washes The Main St Jeweler Is the place to go if un wat anything in DiamoiHis Wntchc Clocks-- Jewelry Fiae Uokl lIeiHkd Silk Umbrellas GoW Hetkl Cm Fine Kaaor Fie Pocket Knives OK Parker Powell died ut his residence near Union City Madison county Ky on Thursday March the Stlt ISSS iu the 72nd year of his age Tile deceased was born near Union City Madison county Ky February 14th 1817 where he resided until the lime ol his death The deceased leaves an aged aud Hllectiouate wife two sous aud two duughtcis aud nine grand children to his loss besides numerous mourn frieuds and acquaintances who weep 111 sympathy with the bereaved ones But when we rt fleet upon the grandeur of a truly well spent life as his has beeu from youth with all its happy dreams to live and to die and old age surrounded with loving kindness and blessed with all that can render man happy iu this world uud a glorious hope for the world lieyond we can but usH why should we mourn departed friends The loss of this good man will not only be deplored by those within thai circle made scarce by the endearing tied of relationship but the entire com- Â¬ munity in which he lived will realize a loss not easily repir d His coun- Â¬ sel was sought aud followed with benefit by those who needed advice His hand was ever teady lo help those who dtserved charity at Ihe hand of their fellow man He wa a devoted member of Ihe Methodist church at Paces Chapel having made the con Â¬ fession nt that place some flly years ago and to which he hud been faithful lo the time of his death seeming at limes endeavoring to make his last days the best ones Now that he hn parsed from the peaceful walks of life lo a higher sphere of perfec ion may those who love and cherish hi- - memo Â¬ ry strive also to emulate his virtues And may the blessings of the sympa Â¬ thizing Master render light the load of sorrow that weigh so heavily upon the head of a bereaved widow aud children Collinss Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ Armers is the place to get you a He has a new ture Lace Curtains Window Shades nice watch cheap janl8 3m c Carpets stock ou hand aud they are beauties riiar14 4t They are es the Children Badden Mlle Bredelli has a wonderful com- Â¬ 53VXvrv vedMr liable to Cough Cronp Whooping pass of voice She oever fails to de- Â¬ Colds Coughs We guarantee Ackers English etc light her audience Her rendering nf Remedy a posittrs care It saves Waiting will be grand It hours of anxious watching Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Armers is the place to get you a nice silK umbrella with a gold head A silk umbrella with a gold head mar 14 4t makes a handsome present for a lady or gentleman and Armer has a large Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Also a new lot of Dia- Â¬ line of them Contain Mercory monds Watches Jewelry c Go and As Mercury will surely destroy the see him mar7 2t sense of smell aud completely derange thatare fretful peevish the whole system when entering it Q fxVvV cross or troubled with through the mucous surfaces Such Teething Pains or Windy Colic be used except on Stomach Disorders can be relieTed articles should never prescript ious from reputable physicians at once by using Ackers Baby Soother as the damage they will do are ten fold It contains so Opium or Jlorphino Price 25 cents Sold by lo the good you can possibly derive hence is safe W G White Prescription DruggNt Trim them Halls Catarrh Cure Co manufactured by F J Cheney J S Collins Toledo O contains no mercury aud you your carpets at a bottom is taken internally and acts directly Will sell upon the blood and mucous surfaces of figure He Sews and Lays them for Ihenystem Iu buying Halls Catarrh you and thus rids you of the trouble Cure be sure that you get the genuine in Mutchiug themCall and see jatilS 3m it is taken internally aud made iu blm M Co Toledo Ohio by F J Cheuey A Vole lo be Taken PoTSold by J J Brooks price 75c And it Is thought that a laige majori- Â¬ feblolm per bottle ty will be in favor of trading at Whiles mm Prescription Drug Store on Second striet get a good Armers is the place to junlS tf near the Garnett House ruarl4 4t Clock cheap Do you want pure drug3 and the best Brooks the druggist brands of tobacco and cigar Patronize You can find them at J J Brooks Up Domestic Scwins Machines AND ALL KINDS SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Ctnvft YOUR Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or tlte O jk S 331 Avi c A Higg ins Hi qualities GROCERY Oil UPPER NUIR STREET New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and STAPLE FANCY C EOCEEIES Quecnsware Glassware Woodemvrc JJ Pay The milling linn ofE Forman Son having changed to that of For- Â¬ Co all personi in Â¬ man Cheuault us will please call at once debted lo Respectfully and settle E FoKStAX Son 4t June22 tf Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches c Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tuhs auglO 1 TOEACOOS OXO--a-3EX- S y 9 1 Sv TVV-YSV-- vO a Bood n5xir teed R C Hoggs made a flying visit to Frankfurt this week spond Charley little son of Wea McKi A vote wa taken 011 Saturday kbt B R Fonnan Esq attorney at ney is on in Kirksville Aw IjksiI Option The law the sick list New Orleans visited his father Rev 23 for local vole itol as foHitwp MKs Nina William of Dehiun III t E Fonnan Dl this place last week and 3 against giving local option Mr Forman was on his way home from is visiting her uncle Sam Shearer 28 votes Mrs Lucy a majority of Washington D C- whither lie had been Jr Nell of the W C T U had Keen sent by the New Orleans Cotton ExB H Coyle has returned to his farm curing at KlrksvHIe since Monday change to argue a matter of railroad disat this place aud will now make it his ban cxHted tonie aotive work on crimination effecting tle cotton trade of home the part of the ladies of Kirksville New Orleans Mr Forman i a free Â¬ MM Lizzie Barrett had a few friends to pull candy with her on last Friday evening anil two prizes were offered in a game of hearts MIm Caroline H irtKVir captured the ladies prize a couple of ailifieial chestnuts in the ltrr Mr W It McDowell got the gentlemans prizr a bisque match feafe Miss Jessica Campbell a sister of Mrs Prof B C Hagerman sang on last Thursday evening at the Bredelli con- Â¬ cert in Lexington The Press comments Mks Jessica Campbell as follows mezzo soprano went through her parts with great skill and execution and was encored tumultously but refused to re- touching them Trustee of the school warned in the road hands worked the road ami put the fences out of the road but she put them across Ihe road in thirty minutes after they were removed The trustees had a writ issued for her but she has not been arrested The road has been traveled fur over fcixty ears Â¬ 1500XE Mr Garrett who lives near the dppot has the measles 11 up-tio- -i - Â¬ 1 al Miss Lucy Brandenburg passed trader pure and simple and says that the A Busy Time present tariff bill before Congress will through here en route to her home near Pott master not by any means give Louisiana On last Wednesday to the Beattyville were nearly iliis and bw Republicans He thinks Cleveland will R C Boggs has rented and is going blockaded with jnail Congressman be nominated by acclamation and that to put iu corn 100 acres ot laud from lire numer- Â¬ McCreary had sent to he will be reelected without any great Mr Sam Shearer Jr ous constituents a package of seeds struggle Â¬ md a report for 18S6 of the Depart Matt Edwards has bought 11 lot at which is very ment of Agriculture Ford aud will remove as soon as he iti tructive fine and filled with completes his house RELIGIOUS colored cuts The amount of ranll Miss Dora D Shearer has in her tent by our Congressman lo tliir one possession a tortoise shell tucking IKtot oflice weighed 16S5 pounds and Rev Harvey Glass formerly of Rich- Â¬ comb bought iu the year 1812 It was was delivered here iu 90 or more mond filled Dr E M Greens pulpit purchased to adorn the he id of Miss maileack Advo- Â¬ lait Sunday morning Danville Betiy Tale now deceased cate The Chloroform Roitf- If Mrs Nancy Ray hum lives until Rev L G Barbour of RiclunonJ May 20th she will be 87 years of age An exchange nays Al Walker for Â¬ merly of Lawrencebun but who ha preached it nght last Sunday to the aud can spin 011 a big wheel quills len iu business in IxiuIsvIHe for some congregation of the First Presbyterian quilts unci do any thing in the do Â¬ time ln t Thursday morning attempt church mestic Hue she cur es lo 1 rulcide by taking chloroform but uas restored to ciic1ouiiph tx fore Rev Joe Jones is preaching to crowded the poison had lime to take effect DRIP HOCK Hs desertion by a woman with wiiom houses in Millersbnrg calling people per- Â¬ threatening to he had become infatuated is said to simmon headed idiots Mr F R David ori is in Frankfort have been the cause of his attempt box the jaws of others and causing umn his life whole families to leae the church in a on busiuess this week Mr Walker was a student ofCenlral body by his personal remarks says 1 1 Born to tiie wife of J M Richard University in 1887 and has many writer Others kep the house crowded son Feb 27th a gill friends among the lliohruond and though college loys here J W Parsons has succeeded Mr J The meeting at the Eminence M E W Edwards iu the store of Davidson Church conducted by Rev Harry Hen- Â¬ Co James his gone back to Estill Bredelli Concert On Friday night at the Court unne derson of Versailles continues with 17 lo engage iu his old business funning in Richmond Mlle Bredelli assisted additions The Constitutionalist says The matrimonial fever lias broke Rev Henderson has won all hearts by by Mis Jet sJea Campbell of Madison out hpre again At the residence of Fmale Institute Mi s Dollie Wil the brotherly kindness with which he has Rev Joseph Parsons March 3rd Mr Iiidh of Hamilton College aud Miss greeted the members of other congrega- Â¬ Geo Ball to Miss Jane Cox I raile Howe will give an uuuually tions by the depth and logic of his dis- Â¬ Two young men have taken a dose attractive row ical ooucert These closure as well as by the unostentatious simplicity of his vocabulary While of medicine for the simples E S iaidatiB have never been heard in Richmond and besides are accom Â¬ evidently a scholar he has exhibited no Winkle and J H Sims thought they plished und f killfui We are told by pedantry but dwelling in simple language would explore a sink hole on the faim thfe who have heard them The upon the sweet consolation of the Holy of said Winkles They went down concert is for the benefit of Madi- Â¬ Scriptures has made the story of the Cross eaily in the morning to explore the uuseen regions beuealh the earth and son FeniHle Institute which should attractive at 1 unset they were beard by Mr add further iuterest Again Rich Â¬ The latest craze in Louisville is Chris Peter Gabbard as he happened to pass mond has nK had a concert opera or tain Science It has struck the city with that way offering their petitions to any theatrical ierformance since last great force and sweeping over it like a the alost High for their safe delivertunimer and when another oirportuni yonng blizzardThe fundamental article of tyvjif be ollered is ULCertaiu Taking the new faith is the denial of all evil and ance Winkle came out with his arm and jaw broke and a few teelh exall thete conditions together the the belief that when the fear of evil has tracted Mr Sims was more fortunate Cfjurt liouse should- been eradicated from the human mind it He came out unharmed but they both will be crowded Tickets for sale at will be eliminated from the life of man declare they will never explore anoth- Â¬ Whites Drugjfctore The Christian Scientist claims that as er sink hole as lung us they are in there is no limitation to the Divine power their right minds JlirtLdaj Parly so all things may be accomplished by this Mr and Mrs Rent Burnam enter Supreme force acting through the human WACO lamed Wednesday afteruoflii lu honor will as an instrument the human will Mr J no Rupart is successor lo John jf their small niece Mtss Marlon being one with the supreme force The Elizabeth little basic Idea may be traced in a direct Kne to Douglas as clerk ntCL Searcys a Burnam Gohiie Locks of two years The Pythagoras who probably derived it from Mr Lee Ragland of Lexington is Piy was given iu honor of her second the much older philsoophy of the East attetiding school here Lnhday and about twenty of her lit- Â¬ It underlies the occult systems of India Mr Beveiley Braaddus Is very low tle friends re MHided to the dainty In and k therefore an ancient hypothesis that Vjaions from 3 0 5 oclock Ctioh is being presented lotite presentgeneration at his home and not expected to live Mr Thorf Tayler of Centralln Mo giest preseutetl the charm ing hostess in a modern form and practical aspect vi ha memento fur the ocearimi At An association of the local believers of Is visiting his lather Parker Tay- Â¬ jT paft3weloek a march was played Christian Science has been fonned which lor Esq on the plasm by MisJMuuie Smith meets every Monday evening at the resi Two more Inhabitants have been beaux and maidens dence of 00s of the number where sub- Â¬ cdiled to our vicinity by ihe birth of ad the inarched out ta tlM tupjier room whpre jects relative to Christian science are dis two babes the property of Messrs Lee ai srt8 of goodie awaited them cussed Many of the ladies clsim to Ford and U T Griggs lioya Miss Marion Wew out Ihe two candles have been greatly benefitted by the study Mr John Baumstark bus added lo on the birthday cake and cut the first They claim to be able to cure themselves his store house another room which tlicc after the Iradlttenal mauuer AH and others of diseases to relieve pain to ItMedt carried home a lovely souvenir prevent disaster briefly to make the villi be Used by his sister Miss Bessie f r a remembrance of the happy after-u-yj- wilderness blossom like the Vale of as a millinery store Beu 5 Elkln died at the residence Chamounix 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Samuel Bennett Sr died at his home White Hall Friday March 8th ISSS iu his eighty third year Mr Bennett was bom October 25th 1805 two and a half miles from ihe site of his present home in Madison county He has always lived in Madison aud commenced life with little but a flue constitution cleur judgment and 1111 Idomitnble will which overcame all difficulties aud provided the foundation of great success A kind aud indul- Â¬ gent father he bellied Iu form the strong ties of afleciion for the home known for its ho pltalily cordiality aud rtfinemeut Dt ceased leaves a uife nnd eight children all of whom live iu the county save Dr David His funeral Bennett f Lexington services were licit from his residence at Saturday nfteruouii Tlience his buriil in the Richmond cemetery Ills six sons John James William David Waller aud Samuel ofiiuiated as pall bearers Rtv Dr Henderson assisted by Rev Dr Evans of Lancaster formerly pas tor of the Methodist church at this place made some appropriate remarks al the house and a prayer at the grave Deceased leaves a large estate Â¬ Â¬ whole system and banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it Sold by W G White Prescription Armers is the place lo get your Druggist plated Knives and Forks cheap marl4 4t ANNOUNCEMENTS It Is a positive cure for Ulcers Eruptions or Syphilitic Poisoning It parities tha Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ Â¬ k tne on7 t J BUILDING iLLi AXD The publu areinwicd to tail on mc r Kind t a 3Irs J P Stone FOR CITY JUDO K Will have on exhibition about March Pursuant to a lime honored custom 1st a full line of New Millinery at her of my party I hereby announce my- Â¬ self a candidate for re election to the old stand 011 First street No 13 feb2 lf office of Police Judge oftothe city of the action Richmond Ky subject W H Kelley will build you a good of the Democratic party Kection 1st ISSS Respectfully house cheaper than any man in town Saturday iu June jiin25 tde H C RICE GONTR ACT OK Is prepared to do an of jBool Is t i and Shoes r 9 mnrT tf AND CONTRACT WORK which I un now ellingat very low prices to make room lor nu imnrnwe iiy Â¬ tian regardless of creed or denomina Â¬ tion 2 I hat his family should not mourn us those without luqie for what is their los is truly his gain Tile wife has lost her husband tender nnd true aud the children their father kiud uud indulgent 3 Ttnl the society ha- - lost an ornament Ihe commuuily a zealous advo vocate of public improvement the societj Mr Brimelt began life iu hum Â¬ pour man a lteuelnctor whose place ble pecuniary circumstances but will be hard lo again lit 4 That a copy of these resolutions by his prudence eco omy integrity aud application tobu dnesecured be spread upon the records of this an independent fortune His palatial 1idge and preserved in the archives home near Fuxtonu was always de That a copy be furuMied his family voted to the most refined and generous aud a copy be sent Tim Climax and hospitality shared by old aud youug also a eopi to the Winchester Democrat for publication alike Mr Bennett was never an applicant Will II Hilv Rogt Kiijdeil for any public office but was a gentle Â¬ W T B Williams man ut the most pronounced couvic Committee ions devoted ut all times to the wcl fare of his county his State and his Vernon L Vaitohn Secy whole country An Excellent Investment The son of a Methodist minister of thegopel Mr Bennetts syniuathles The majority of men iu middle life always inclined him to that church remember when Illinois or Wisconsin without any profession of his faith lands were thought dear at 250 per publicly but he was a constant reader acre Present value S2500 to S5000 of the Holy Scripture and attendant per acre Careful examination nf the upon the ministrations of the church records has discovered a number of After 11 long honorable and useful scattered pieces of he very choicest life he has been gathered to his fathers land in Minnesota Included in original amid ihe regrets aud having the res Â¬ laud grants Iing near railroads recent- Â¬ pect of all who knew him The relig Â¬ ly built aud ndjicent to market ious services at his funeial were con- Â¬ These will be sold cheap and in five ducted by Rev Drs Evans aud Hen- Â¬ or lea years will unquestionably be derson at his dwelling and in the worth several times present price For fur Richmond cemetery where his remains A profitable investment were deposited ou the day succeeding ther particulars state quantity dc ired his death and where despite the in- and address J Bookwultcr Laud M By St Paul clement weather a large concourse of Com St P M people attested their respect for the Minn It venerable citizen who had been laid to A Grand Testimonial From Students rest and their tegard aud sympathy The Lexington Ky Transcript has for his sorrowing kindred aud family a grand article of commendation of B the Commercial College of Kentucky On Saturday February 18lh we laid University Lexington Ky feigned by away In the grave In the beautiful 135 students from 20 States who com- Â¬ cemetery in Richmond Ky the re Â¬ menced the first month of the January mains of Bro James N Crmcher 1S8S sew lon Anions the uumberuie A good man full of years 1111 J rich sous of some of the leading families of iu the inheritance of an unblemished this country It reputation has left us and gone to his Mfcw Hoe will plee yim tin Fri Â¬ eternal reward He rests from lifes day night Dont forget lo stcure labirs his wmks do follow blin James N Cruleher was born in Jes jour ih kes early ii samine county January 21 1611 ami Armer ins an immense stock of died nt his home in Miiition imini- mar 14 4 toilverware i tuiuiiiy 11 100a xie was iwpiizeti July 2o 1837 by Walter Scotl and for Miss Doiiie Williamx the accom-pli-hover iUty years a nu humble con Â¬ music teacher of Hamilton scientious and faithful Christian College will play Ihe aciotnpaiiiuieuS He moved tojlichmoud In 1834 and at Ihe Bredelli Vocal Concert on Fri- Â¬ worked for a time as a cabinet maker day evening It most venerable and respected citizens He was bom on the 25 day of October 1815 and resided all his life iu the immediate neighborhood of his birth In 1831 lie was u lilted in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Cheuault a most excellent aud beloved lady who sur- Â¬ vives hi 111 and their union was bles ed by a large family of sons and daughters all of whom are ornaments to our best Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eil ttxvO Union City Ky March 11 ISSS We nre authorized to announce for Sherlir a thousands suffering James Benton died at his home at sumption Coughs etcfrom Asthma Con- Â¬ JOHN HISLU candidateto theaction Did you ever try of Madison county subject ISSsJ a ailer Estill Springs March 1st Ackers English Remedy It is the best of the Democratic parly protracted illness of paralysis preparation known for all Lung Troubles marl tdc sold ou a positive guarantee at 10c COc Haiiof Ikvink Loduk FOR SHERIFF Prescription Kohl by W G White AM No 137 F We are authorized to announce J IKVINK Ky March 3rd ISSS Druggist W BALKS candidate lor Slierift of Wiiekkas The Great Master has MadiMin County subject to Ihe action called from Ibis Lodge to that lolge by of the Democratic party out of Lackey Nald Queen mar7 ldc not made with hands eternal in the Pilot Jr sold for 5050 Is the largest Bro James Benton mid amount heavens ever with one exception Of Whereas Bro Benton was nu honest paid at public auction for a trotting man a kind husband an indulgent bred brood mure Rena Victoria hav Â¬ father and an exemplary Christian ing bold ut the McKarren iu 1SS6 sale The partnership heretofore existing under the tirm name of Tribble therefore be it lesolvtd that this for a tiifle over 7000 Blount grocers on First street Rich- Â¬ Lodge has sustained a great loss in mond Ky Is dissolved by mutual The LooNvillc Southern the death of Bro Benton He was a consent T J Tribble retiring All model Mason never turning deaf railroad is ct rlaiuly coming but claims against the tirm should be preear to the appeals of distress or the Whites Prescription Drug Store is sented to the continuing partner W M Blount and all debts due the firm dictates of Masoury already here Second street near the should be paid to him Unsolved That the church has lost Garnett Houie 0BITUAKY feb7 4t T J Tribblk JanlStf W M Blount a true aud devoted member He was In the death of Mr Sumitel Bennett not iKiiiud by church creeds but while Armer will sell yon a genuine Pebble Spectacle for 3 and warrant you u fit Sr which occurred 011 Friday last he allied himself to uue denomination Madison county has lost one of its he was a brother to every true Chrismarl4 4t CURES iWHtSEAll UsFfJUlS lb John Hilt eec Sufis roK sheriff AT THE MOST fH3BBaCS Reasonable Rates Â¬ STOSK It Notice Dissolution ami in lite best manner He is a which I will hate on in about thirty day I carry the educated Carpenter made brandsfollowing celebrated custom thoroughly which are guaranteed ami buihler ami those contemplatChildren ing building will do well to secure J N Cloy s Ladies an estimate from him Ziegler Bros Ladies fc Gents Office at his residence on Hallie Drew Selby A Cos Ladies d Irvine Street June22 tf N 11 Â¬ A D RUFF lssr Rxj Ilest Bros Gentlemen II li Anthonies Children Edwin Ciapps Geftifemeus Allen if m if Flaggs Ileary Goods ami I can show better than I that I am seWng CHEAP RespectMIr C C WALLACE can ffCt teN vm I Â¬ Armer has a tiicc new nsnrtmetit nf diamonds that he Is offering very cheap aud they are the very best niurl4 4t A Question B Bert Conga Syrup Tuteagood Jntlma 8oldbxdranists rftMT Uo f3 F g C BHBkim i fHTlOlil ilk fg H M 1 believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A II Dowkxa Editor Enquirer WEden- 1RST nr TT n Ani ll VJflXJvV n Sif rHj i 4 IB te re V VtvSTtMSssfifiV 9sfisE lfl M Bl Laundry solicited a PS am agent tor N Y Steam Ladies ml Gentlemen work jan-l-- iv aw 35ir NsESSsiiSrK yJJ3n M Zi3y tT 3Baa9n SSlS Jft DKUEK Where are you going In buy your drugs and books this jear I invite your trade W O White Drupgl l Second street near Garnett jan18 tf House J F Stone Has Ihe latest Improved Lock Stitch Sewing Machine which is acknowl Â¬ edged to be superior to any machine feb22 4 ever oflered to the public A Grand Business iTrTTT P I 1L B H M Mwl SR few Walclifliakcp and Jeweler IX f rS H Walcli- t- Clucks w Jewelry Stiver and H j The best Cough Medi- cine is Pisos Cure for Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CURES 1 e Ilaied an le SpeeJul attention giveH to ttaaVLLKwLLLiLP g E SETTING DIAMONDS College Ken- Â¬ fsj The Commercial College of laa Sett Cosgli Syrup Tastes good la time Soldbrdnirajiitx- - WHUrMlElSUAnTb Use ESI AND OTHER PltEClOUS STONES lg tucky University nt Lexington Ky Promptly done nun in a workmanlike mar7 6ni furnishes a most complete Business uiaiiiur Nearly 1000 students the Education past year This college received the Casa Paid fcr Old Gold and Silver Gold Medal at the Worlds Exposition CAKRIAGE EEPAIRING Thnt the course is thorough nnd com- Â¬ 6S Dont friet the place nest door The old friends nf Lon Smith who to the Post office Richmond Ky plete nnd its graduates the most suc- Â¬ cessful the following nut of hundreds need any Carriage Repairing can Uud jnn4 lf him nt L O Schmidts old stand of letters will attest where he Is prepared to do nil kinds of Office Cincinnati Carriage Repairing Painting c Hamilton- Dayton R R- feb292m Cincinnati 0- - Feb G 1888 RECORD 2 Prof W R Smith I am Sleno THE BROTHER TO YUBA 3211 grapherin the office of General Super By Harold or the C H DRRI intendent am one of the 6 of your graduates of To get a Flrst CIauWat s55sS 1st liun by Bolnwvit December 87 from diflerent Slates is In oar OOptnUve Club u Alainbrino Chief 2d who have secured Hue situations in Roolwck 3d this city sluce December I know your Business Course Short Hand 4 th Whig THE Writing aud Type5 Writing can not be LOWEST IT BSSSSSs CASH PRICES Respectfully Will stand at Silver Creek excelled W L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN 3 Shoe YAZOO I Â¬ 8Sf WAY yi 1 mm The only fine c df f 1 Seamteas Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails At styHh and durable as Urace cotin f 5 or 6 and having no tacks or naila t wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well feting as a None hand tewed hoe Bur the fee V LKmuae unless stamped en botocn It Douglas 3 Shoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SNOB the original l wait 4 atoc hlch aad anty htJ eqoaW c tout made akces pin 6 -- to 9 W L DOUGLAS unci M SHOE celled for heavy wear -- 4 ou Formerly of Virginia Office Henry W Bishop U S Government Building Ciucinimll O Feb C ISSS Prf Smith Your course of in- Â¬ struction is thorough mid practical mid its advantages unsurpassed ns evinced by the Miccasi of your gradu nicw I am head clerk and my salary hits been increased 59 per cent the KNirnrr iiast mouth Foimerly of Ga Grnduoteof Deo 1887 The spring sisInn of this college Several of our liexlna Marcli 16th ladles nnd gentlemen from this place aud vicinity will begin thi t month Prof Wilbur It Smith nf Lexing- Â¬ ton Ky gives his personal supervli ion to all the departments nnd will be pleased 10 answer any inquiries Read advertisement of this college iu an Â¬ other columu It TJ Saunders Only SLOO a Week Thousands of the best Sold Watch ever inndo aro sell Â¬ ing1 in our Co operative Clubs 1 vor Creek This U the Brtt Clitnptst 3Jnt Conmilrnt T S BURNAM and only co operative Syttcra of sclllDg watabes The watches are American Lexer Stem Winders feb20 3 m every essential to nccuracr and itsra contalofcs billty end have ta addition mnneroes patented improvements found In no other t atca Ther arc Ebiolalclv the only and liampprcrf Ucvr menta msde m tha World and aro jetreled tnronghoct with UHNUZUJi TtUIilJiH The lUtnt AJcm n ind aud St tis the EtieBgctt sad iSaples made Tftey nre lit it tqval or ap pcaranre aecHrGcjftSnmbllitn aal trrrice ta anu S7S 1aith Onreo operafircCtabSTSteEi bring tbczn wiibin the reai a ci every one 3800 the world AH the above goods are made in Con Madison county Ky at 40 To tress Ihitton and Lace and il not void Ixsckk A Livixo Colt For fur- Â¬ bryaor dealer write W L DOWLAS ther particulars address us at Sil Brackten Hav JACK PKBEMAN Ageat ltkfciuofcl Ky W L DOUGLAS 2 S1WE - worn by afl Boys and is the be t xJkvoI shoe in CO febt tf iiu THE FAMOUS MULE JACK Low Sates to PadSt Gtwt YOffHG-slHOlexof Y J t f Kk hinoml i GEOEE tiliiif thrte n woeou nt the miles the Uihn City Will make lit pre tw Tbe ew nguaawt Ma twaneoaH Beata Wmifuiiaiiilaini a lower Tate to Pacific toast pobMa via the Manitoba Patio note than In BuuteYtaMT other Uim TrrKent ewstoas Aceoomndtuiona ftrst law Foe rates maps aM otbrr parratMUM apply lu H WABasx Uenerall PauhMfeB PassdBasr l thePCSTOS iih Swatch clubSt eo At SS tne Season wmm US Ciicstunl Bus PJiCbFo 1aynWe t V Ttt aasst C3Sk WCWANT mm nr 6m Vif igaBt ij VO 8tZ TTorrfrrtaiBjam i fiCEHTS I WAR TED utreui Asmcr CIbos Constantly 1omisg La Kcv sad Cave Honey Jo Accmcics 111 tvenv large Crrr ACCNTS EVERYWHERE mch4 Ihiien Mfrvlee with rivU lege of r iirnlij nny lime during lie Contractor and fenwni loiihl niirv rve not l be la ISi tut witiK fiHl 5 lo prepared hIiIi an iur 111 ir hiu art ftf uiUiatn sfyoti wu i a khI mule cult hands to ioait kinds at hucna butKitc and repairing Ghre bias a call WJ tOLLIXS mar7 2m mai7tf H KEXaliEir Builder J JS -- dLi ZUL mjs j i5W vjfMVSH FHST if 4 i USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE MANAGEMENT OF SHEEP FARM AND FIRESIDE Many hang their night clothes in Bow They Stay It Kept so That Their Warm barns to save food wero TVool Will H a Clear Gain the aloset during the day This should nevcrbofure so Jiighly appreciated as In many parts of the country a flock this winter 1RENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE be avoided unless they hare had a thorough airing before being hnng If of shcepcan be so managed that U10 Give the sheep a variety of food the closet does not admit of a window fleece will be a clear gain as tiie early and improve their condition and the PKICK TER YEAR 150 the doer should be left open for a few lambs and matured fat wethers ivill flavor of tho mutton sell for enough to pay for the feed tho hours everyday to admit puro air A Connecticut dairyman tried Scotch Short Bread Two pounds flock will consume and the time re-Â¬ warming tho water fur the cows to WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 18S8 quired to take care of it This has re Â¬ drink in winter and the increase of flour one pound butter one fourth pound sugar roll the sugar and mix in peatedly been demonstrated in Penn- Â¬ butter in ten days paid tho expense of the dry flour boil the butter and stir sylvania where sheep have been kept piping the trough EARLY DAYS IN DAKOTA In tho three year3 from 18S4 tho itin the flour and sugar When mixed on high priced land Tho owners of flocks aim to ham many of their ewes TheKtnil of Outfit Needed to Kun a News Â¬ ot it stand two hours before baking drop lambs early in the spring so that corn crop of Dakota has more than priek it well and put on caraway com- Â¬ trebled in quantity with tho certainty paper ia Deatltrood they will be ready to sell before tho 4th of constantly increasing in the future wm along i the 70s some time fits and citron It of July as up to that time they are this established ratio of progress Sago Pudding Boil five tablcspoon mmm after tfee late Harney Cauifiekl certain to bring a high price Theso Do not be economical with the bed- Â¬ left Chicago and settled at Deadvrood fals of sago well picked and washed lambs sell for more than enough to pay There should be tha be Mtrckaaed a newspaper ontrit ia one quart of milk till quite soft with for keeping their dams during the en ding material for the latter place It happened like a stick of cinnamon stir in one teacup tire year Not nnfrequentiy a nno enough to coniplotoly absorb all the liquids as they arc worth more than of butler and two of while sugar when j lamb tfcie A ywii- - ia named lUakely brings enough to pay the cost of who had picked through the shell and coW add six eggs well beaten and nut Â¬ keeping several sheep through the sea- Â¬ the beddiug material to W sweccwfiilly hatched from an meg baketaste Mix all well together son Spring lamb rank among the ham Ham Saladfine One pound of boilod rs chopped one half dozen small in a butter dish Kaotera college a rear or two before awl luxuries of the table and luxuries com- Â¬ pickles chopped line also add little of an hnur to Deail wood M3B the ohm mand high prices even when what are Yorkshire Pudding nwheet msin camp in the country It should bo called the necessities of life are very chopped celery and serve with a dress- Â¬ was somewhat aonaiMted with served as soon as it is done Mix six low Tho earlier lambs are ready for ing as for a chicken salad A thick coating of whitewash on CatdSdd his father being nn old friend tablespooafuls of flour with one quart tho market the higher is tho price that of Baraej When young Blakelr hutl of milk and three well boaton eggs can be realized for them though lambs the walls of the cellar will be as pro- Â¬ escaped from the college dragging his seasoning with a little salt Pour in a can ordinarily bo sold at good prices ductive of benefit now as during the warm season It will also make the diptotMa behind hint he had in his own shallow pan greased with beef dripÂ¬ till quite late ia the season light and cheerful owi embrarei the profession of pings awl bake for one hour Cut into If a lamb is not sold it will be worth cellar in preserving tho and greatly purity of the slices and pat the pieces into the pan to the owner of tho flock a sum equal assist I Ie looked around Dead joMmaltem wood a liule and deckled he saw a with the beef for fifteen minutes servo to the cost of keeping its mother A atmosphere It is claimed that tho average pro- Â¬ great opening for a newspaper notÂ¬ ia the dish with the beef ewe that raises a lamb every year will All meat ltones can be saved in a pay for her keeping as long as she con- Â¬ duction of farms js less than that of withstanding there were already fire daOiee ia the field Fearing another crock while it is cold and nice soup tinues to breed If fattened and killed twenty years ago This shows that our mast was going to get ahead of him in stock made of them by letting the before she begins to exhibit marks of sj stem of fanning has not improved the eaterprie he wished to instruct a crock sit on the back of the stove ago her carcass and pelt will sell for and condemns tho growing of grain on lnead ia Chicago wlm was a ltnnter to When it has simmered all day pour enough to pay the cost of her support large areas The remedy is smaller select aa outfit for him lmt had for- - of when cold remove the fat on top during tho last year of her life If farms and better cultivation There is no reason why farmers gotten his address Caalnehl was in ami beneath will be found a thick town butchers do not want the flesh to Chicago wa a short business trip so he jelly like substance This can be used dispose of to customers it can bo sold should receive less than the regular wnrte him to this elfi ct Have de Â¬ for soup by diluting with water or put to neighbors at a fair price or bo con- Â¬ prices for any kind of produce If they cided to pat ia a red hot independent into h ishos or thinned for gravy sumed at home Apparently few peo- Â¬ will ship articles in good condition and paper here aad rip the jack leg lawyers A willow chair or rocker that has ple in this country know that corned allow nothing to leave the farm except aai gtterrilta politician both ways grown dark may be made beautiful by mutton is in all respects the equal of that of the best quality they can always Pfeaso see UitVml m aad tell him painting in white and gold upholster- Â¬ corned beef and that for some purposes find a ready sale for all classes of prod- Â¬ to go ahead aad select a svch co1hihh ing the seat and arms in myrtle green superior to it For boiling with gar uce Spice Cake One cup of molasses outfit afcont as I tW him before I plush running myrtle green satin rib- Â¬ don vegetables it is better than corned came oat AVill come on myself ia a bon through the space around or across beef ami it has a superior flavor A one cup of sugar two thirds of a cup of butter one cup of sour milk three few days the back and fastening at the right sheeps ham properly cured and boiled A week later he arrived ia Chicago hand corner in a square bow The furnishes as fine food as a boiled hogs eggs one tcaspoonful soda one tea and immediately hauled ap Harney back may have a round or square cush Â¬ ham while it looks quite as well on the spoonful nutmeg one and one half tea nmtiag him ia the ottee of a friend ion of the same shade of plush or tabln Corned mutton is not n article spoonfuls cinnamon ono tcaspoonful Did ym get my tetter he anxious Â¬ need not have any of commerce in this country but it de-Â¬ of cloves three cups of flour The age of a cow has much to do ly imjained A candy pull is one of the most ap Â¬ serves to become one Put up in half with her value as a milker A cow Yes proved methods of spending an even Â¬ barrols it would command goo I prices iHd wm e CttaW ing Mrs Shillaber gives this rcceipo as soon as consumers were made aware with her first calf never milks as well as with her third or fourth ono and for Xa Mot yet for making Molasses two cups one of its value a dairy animal as a rule is unprofit- Â¬ Ah emtkhftftnd Mm cup of sugar butter the size of a wal- Â¬ To derive tho most profit from Welt the fact is I hareat looked nut salcrattis one tcaspoonfuL Grease wcthors they should not be kopt much able For this reason care should be I lappwe I e stght roar idea M I not the kettle liefore putting in the mo- Â¬ beyond tho period when they attain taken in buying cows for the dairy to yaar mteatiaa U to start a red hot lasses Add the saleratus just before their full size They should be con- Â¬ obtain those with their second or third lower rt Deadwitod aad go right ia and it is taken from the fire also a little stantly kept in good growing condi- Â¬ calves not with the first one A square form is the best for all wake it peramal aad interesting vinegar if desired Try in a little cold tion The testimony of English raisers Ye thats h water to see if cooked enough Turn of tho large breeds of sheop is that mut- Â¬ fields Not only does it make cultiva- Â¬ Hyo had the mayor doesnt deal out on a buttered platter or marble ton is more chielty produced than tion easier but it tnkcs loss fence to a straight game of faro at his place slali Then divide up and pull until either beef or pork If killed when enclose a square field and it is easier yoall give him Hail Columbia eh white or until the arms arc tired three years old thoir flesh has cost the to estimate the quantity of land under cultivation and the yield of crops per I shall anyhow the keeper of a Plam Mnlding should not be role producer no more per pound thin beef gamldiag iMMH is Hot a fit man for gated to the holiday season only or pork and he 1ms had two shearings acre Put the fences into straight lines It is find to be a saving of laayar as economical as most desserts It of wool to dispose of He does not have which you will 1 I took it that was the style of takes a little loHger to make than some to wait as in the case of a steer or hog timber and have even acre which you toper ym were going to rna I se Â¬ but when once made it will provide till the animal is slaughtered before he enclose in good cultivable order and productive Thus the fall and winter lected an owtat for yon myself dessert for several dinners with in Â¬ derives any benefit from it He Ym I didnt know ym knew anj tervals of two or three days between have several fleeces in advance of can will be spent to some purpose the farm the will be enhanced in value and money thiag almat the printing baiaes ami the last bit will be quite as good monej- - ho receives for tho flesh of the will bo saved 1 mm t kaow aay thing about the animal With the right bvced of as the first When it Pocket for printing hasiaess hat I know a pile keep it for any length is desirable to and proper fcodiug the wool will sheep is aver- - usoful Crochet Needles This of time before he a aud ornamental pocket about Dead wood replied Barney as clear gain as tho mutton will pay the to hang on the wall or insido a large warming up lie got up aad went into another room a closely coveredit should be placed in cost of raising the stone jar to prevent animal For selling work basket It is made on a founda- Â¬ A moment later he returned with a it from drying too much After the to farm neighbors or to people in tion of cardboard Cut the back six doabw barreled shot gun aad two lag first boiling the heating should small villages that long and two and a rrolrers aad carefully laid them oa lie done ty- - steaming or in overoven to butcher shops mutton do not support inchesand shape the top any half inched is bettor han wide the design ou the 4ok put the jmdding ia water after it has beef or pork Mutton will keep longer like Make the front three inches long There youag man said Barney once been taken out will spoil it than beef and as nearly all persons in and three and a half wide Cover the there is the outfit you need to thb the country kcop pigs there is little sale card with buo satin bind with narrow Jraer liazar tliat kind of a paper in Deadwood for cither fresh or salt pork ribbon sewing 011 a gold bead for each YmH mtd theyre the Iert made ami As respects feed sheep arc kept at stitch in the front of the binding A RADISHES UNDER GLASS all greased ap god and heavily loaded less expense than any farm animals row of gold beads is placed 011 the front Go out somewhere and practice with One or the 3Iot Profitable Crop Market They can be turned out to pasture ear- Â¬ about ono inch from the edge all round em Of eourte you may require a lit Â¬ lier in the spring and kept there later Sew tho front to tin Imck and ornament Gardeners Can Raise tle type aad may he a pros but any Our large markets now demand a In tho fall than can cattlo and breeding with bows of pale blue ami coral pink hody can pick them out for you youll horses ribbon find the shot gun aad the two hip can Â¬ constant eupply of radishes through of food Sheep will eat a greater varict than an farm animals except non will he the biggest part of j our winter and spring to supply which FEEDING FOR QUALITY pigs In the pasture they will cat Mpcatcary plaat aad ym waat to get they are grown under glass until ship- Â¬ grasses that cattle and horses will re-Â¬ Practical igat ion Coucrru inline ttrar ments come from Charleston and Nor fco you eaa shoot em straight without In oT IEr r Anlntxt fidk in May In order to grow a Long ject and will also devour many kinds stripping to aim The beef that comes into the public of weeds and tho loaves and small The youag jouraalist Beyer weat Scarlet radish the soil must be light market U maiulrof two clise- - fat and Itack to Ieada ooiL and has si nee em Â¬ rich sandy and very fine These con Â¬ branches of bushes Thuy will pick loan or good and bad the hitter elis ditions are lest attained by sifting every thing from a cornstalk that has braced the profession of clerk ia a any value as food With a little pre Â¬ being much the larger The wealthy store F H Oarruth in Cki- - through a wire screen having J inch liminary training thy will eat all kind s who always purchase what is known ts meshes though many gardeners are Trilnme prime cuts can hardly realize the content with thorough and repeated of roots without putting the farmer to forking and raking If a young radish the trouble of cutting them or reducing amount of skinncl beef that is sold ABOUT GUM CHEWING root in its downward growth strikes a thorn to a mass of pup As consumers at low prices The prices realized for J Jfyn the Ilenettt of a stone or a hard lump of earth or other of the straw of small grains they have the former arc often two or three limes Otrt hi Snmh ol Kneule lge no equals In England and France as as much per pound as thosa for tne One who sign herself A Yassar substance it bends around it and a well as in some parts of this country litter Tlrs has led feeders into the crooked unsalable root is the result Girl writes to know if the habit of Moreover the long radish has largo sheep cat hardly anj-- hay TIicj-- arc habit of feeding for fat rather than for gom ehowing is really injurious and flesh and quality kept through the ami requires aW if k eaa truthfully be considered leaves at least threesome room to grow straw and roots towinter chiefly on How cau breeding rearir - id feed- Â¬ which arc added Hell inches each way rfcfrwn from plant to plant and is also a slow some oil cake cotton seed meal and ing be so managed a ti g - the con Â¬ The letter though carefully ami grower in comparison with the French grain In preparing them for market sumer beet that is neither srroiuilcd writtea is scarcely the work Breakfast which will also bear forcing grass and turnips instead of more ex by an inch or two of hard tallow nor tf a Ya ar girl A Vassnr girl with If in a higher temperature the latter is pensive kinds of food arc relied on for composed of t nigh skinny libers the educational advantages of that in wc can change the methods of breed Â¬ laying on flesh and fat Mituthm and knowing as she must therefore the varioty inost grown for ing rearing and feeding so In respect to shelter they that niaa is a cudles aaimal wouhl market ami is more profitable at the cheaply provided for sheep arc more will bo not only practical but that scientific than cattle or price it commands usually about two hardly address such a ouestioa to the hogs Buildings for protecting them we may soon have breeds that will undersigned This young woman must thirds what the Long Scarlot will need not be high In Scotland where transmit the tendency to become mus Â¬ bo playing upon the credulity of one bring Tle French Breakfast radish the economy of sheep husbandry has cular or fleshy without excessive fat- Â¬ is by no mean particular as to soil wlio is eaxily made the dupe of those been most carefully studied buildings ness who write tender words with Gothic ami will do well on any rich and well for How shall this be done First by protecting sheep are low so as to worked bed The culture is simple a iwttmauefaip aad seductive odors A low temcrature only beiug required insure greater warmth Sheep being giving the young animals a reasonable V girl would not need to ask JO to 50 decrees at night and 70 de-Â¬ well protected by their natural cover- Â¬ amount of exercise that is do not tie whether it would be injurious or not say calves iu box stalls till ing will stand a degree for a pergoa aot having four stomachs grees by day though the Fronch Break- Â¬ temperature If avery low for protect-of or two years old whilethoy are oneÂ¬ Â¬ building feeding unto try and emulate the cud bearing or fast will endure 60 degrees at night and ing sheep during the winter be builton limited amounts of corn meal nor on 90 degrees by day without harm When endogenous mammalia She would grown in frames a little artificial heat dry and tolerably high ground it will the other hand turn them out at two know it at once need no floor It will require a tight or three months of age to half starve fe aot done because gum chewing will le reoHired from November to It April just enough to keep out frost roof and walls through which the snow and suffer for long periods until they is iajnriouo that I would speak Radishes are sometimes grown as a and rain can not flow Such walls can are two or three years old whon ac- Â¬ again A h It k uauiee None of us catch crop between cucumbers coming bo constructed of stone logs or com- Â¬ cording to present methods they arc are uiug gum this winter in our set off For keeping up the fer fattened by overfeeding n rich car-Â¬ in about five weeks in the heat of a mon boards It interferes with a clear Basal enun Â¬ cueumber houe but in a cool place tility of a farm sheep arc more valuable bonaceous foods without exercise Wc ciation and when one goes to bed with can not wonder than any animals gum in lite month it is too apt to be which suits them lest they need six to A sheep pasture ordinarily kept on it such methods that animals reared by as are now pracliccd ordinarily improves in eight weeks Much depends upon stuck oa the headboard of the bed baring gifod seed The best Long productiveness and the quality of have a small amount of muscular w here as it becomes more ami more plants it produces even thickly over laid with fer- Â¬ development frequent h mats the symntetry of the Scarlet seed I have over seen is grown tilizers bo applied to though no b3 gardeners near Boston for their own it Chicago adipose matter If wo are to improve furniture and takes or the varnish Timet the quality muscle must bo developed Moreover yo seem to aetNtmplish so use lmt the French Breakfast Seed is not only by healthy exercise but by CLEAN POULTRY HOUSES littlo ia chewing gunt Chew dear mostly imported and is generally re- Â¬ judicious fcediug Judicious feeding liable The seed is sown in frames by one a kmg as you may but a wail of the common Arlington drill running Dirt and 111th the Forerunners or Disease is that which produces continuous and Death Man gets the rows three inches friwnee has gum to stay healthy normal growth with foods apart which reÂ¬ Cleanliness in the poultry liouso is which havo weary at set of sua but you can not fa- Â¬ sufficient albuminous or quires some skill in greenhouses the one of the most tigue end of gum essential points in suc- Â¬ nitrogenous compounds to supply the If I can da any thing further in the seed is sown by hand using a marker cessful poultry raising A large animal with the elements of which lean teeth of the diseases to whicli the meat is wayaf adriee or album poetry I am a with three set like a rake only stouter composed and inches apart Drawing this feathered race is subject chewtr aervice JcU Aac in N T across may bo It should be remembered that ani- Â¬ the IkmI two or three times traced directly to a H filthy disordered mals can not transform makes the drills into which the seed is condition of the heat and fat poultry house Filth producing foods into sown ami eoered by hand lean meat hut TANNING IN SPAIN is the boon companion of lice and they can if necessity requires mako When the olants are well nn and where one is scon th other is sure to some uso of nitrogenous compounds A Country Where Ancient Methods and show a third leaf they must be prompt- Â¬ he present and it naturally follows for the production of heat and CattoiHs Ir4n Suprrmr ly thinned out to two inches apart if that whon filth is fat I rigidly avoided littlo believe that animals Catalonia is the most industrial prov Â¬ of the French Breakfast variety or to reared and fed in trouble Is encountered with lice ince f Spain and the tanning ih throe inches for Long Scarlot When It is an excellent plan to take a small a low temperature with an abundance diwtry is much better represented they begin to get big onough to sell pail of diluted carliolic acid and go of rich carbonaceous foods tond to lay there than in any part of the peninsula the fat on the surface while animals thin the plants two or three times a Withon counting the native ox and week fil they are all gone selecting through the hen houre occasionally scattering this eradicator of vermin which arc fed in warm comfortable borso hides whieh would be quite in the beit e ich time They arc marketed everywhere in the nests on the floor quarters and on foods rich in albumi- Â¬ MriKcient skins are imported front in neat bunches of ten roots each or over tho walls and perches aud in fact noids produce juicy marblcized meat Trance Kngiaml Im Plata Uruguay twelve if small and mHch depends on Profs Henry and Sanborn have both in every place frequented by the shown that the quality of pork may bo and Brazil fctr Germany and the neatnos with which this is done fowls Not only will this have a most a lnrge scale from Algiers Portu Â¬ for ready and woiitabIe sales Prices desirable cleansing effect greatly changed and Â¬ but it will dicious and intelligent improved by ju- Â¬ gal and the Uated States The best range in winter from oO cents to 1 also tend to feeding Withpurify tho atmosphere and out doubt Hkhns iniKirte I into Spain come by the per dozen bunches for the Fronoh beef and mutton may be im- Â¬ exterminate the germs of disease proved in like manner by like feeding f Hamburg Shceptkins are Breakfast ami 75 coats to 125 for the which may invade tho house J There is a ready market at high price3 abnnduit Those most esteemed come Long Scarlet At thes rales the beds There is notiiingabsolutely nothing fnan the Ko ramadura ami La Manche will usually yield from 75 to 125 por of more importance to health and com- Â¬ for meat of a bettor quality Every then omc those from the hills between sash in six or oight weeks Not so fort of tho fowls than cleanliness Tho winter prime early lambs sell readily in Tat rag mi vu Valencia Lambskins profitable indeed as a good crop of food ma- he ample and the unround Â¬ the New York market for fifty conts are worked in the towns of Catalonia lettuce ujhih a good market but far ing all that could be desired but per pound How shall wo induce breeders such i Mtntcssa on the road from easier to grow and less subject to vio Â¬ tho presence of dirt and filth is a forerunner of disease and death and feeders to improve the quality of and Pauuos i t Barcelona and Figneras lent fluctuations in price Since consequently our should be strictly meats By inducing the managers of and Gerona on he shores of the Medi radishes are not much troubled by 3 voided tenincm U ween Barcelona aad the green fly or aphis it is usual to grow Ever poultry man should give his fat stock shows to offer their largest Fren i front er Manressa aad Ignal them in a hotbed after lettuce whon poultry house a thorough whitewash- Â¬ prices for animals showing tho best nda a e languished for thoir heavy the lettuce comes lousy as it often ing at least twice a year By this I quality of meat rather than for animals do not mean a daub here and a daub that show the greatest quantity of fat leather Figncras for strap leather doe Garona for its shecpaMus tanned with After March 16 raddish seed may be there but a good thorough whitewash- Â¬ Thcbest method of determining quality sumac Bacciona for its great varieties sown in a eoW frame provided with ing Dont show anj- partiality in tho may be somewhat difficult until some Fill every of leithcr as well s for white and col Â¬ mats for cold nights aad after April 15 workif the first timo crack and cornerÂ¬ experience is had I suggest that tho and it per animals competingforlhe prizes offered The tanning watorials em will need no glass whatever hut the fect give it a seconddont make propar ore sort coat In ul re hardly pajsat that season beÂ¬ ing the wash if possible secure fresh for quality should bo slaughtered and ploxeil aiv oak lark if which there competition limo and it is a good plan to pnt an photographs and drawings be made of areeira isKeLcs pine bark from cause of Southernand As a doi tons the Bil Isles and sumac leaves wholesome relish ounce or two of pure carlioic acid into cross sections of the loins ami hind impor d from Turkey Syria and and as an elegant fcihle ornament rad Â¬ oach pailful used A handful of pow- Â¬ quarters These cross sections might Gn ci r Lfforts have iK en made to in Â¬ ishes are always acceptable hut thoy dered sulphur may nlso bo thrown in then be cooked by an expert without trimming and passed upon by a com duce nnish tiiMicis to employ miM l c eaten while just in season although it is not necessary During tho summer months the litter miltee appointed r undent custom reigns w- - h h h is only for a few days and to that collects in the hen house fhouhl of leading hotel from he proprietors and r slauraiils or Uain i constant succession in good be thrown out twice a week and fho reii unt ui rmpoymcntol cMracts from stewards A stateÂ¬ is tor smili lulowl In general fcder successive sowings of seed are rtoor sprinkle I with fino sand coa ment theirbreeding or eof k of rririn ao and leatftrr tanned in Spain is of good J wide Pi ten or fifteen days W If cslics or air sUckcd lime Cor N J fee iing should nirompnnvcncii rntrv rarefHlly and coBsdentiomlv m 4mtrim Garden Farmer Irof hobertt in Bural Nae Yorker -clured 1 three-quarte- THE CLIMAX A STITCH IN TIME JPi ofessional Caids- S Main street I wo door june22 tl K al Aid I or Most Cases In Which Tallin in the Knrly Stacks ATwilkeT Smith D D KENTBCRf CERTRiL B B LOCAL DiRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY TIME Or HOLDING QUARTERLY COUNTY COURT AX8 et lb fr I dry-goo- -k ltsws fr r In the earliest stages of consumption of the lungs it is possible to arrest the progress of the affection and secure a return to health by change of climate and of habis of life together with wisely directed diet exercise and hy But this stago is gione generally often permitted to pass without any serious attention being given to it by tho patient or his friends One reason of this is the unreasonable hopefulnoss that is a montal characteristic of most consumptives Besides tho insignifi- Â¬ cant cough and slight symptoms of de- Â¬ teriorating health whieh are of ion only to bo noticed and given their true value by tho experienced physician do not carry with them any such degree of alarm as thoy merit Whon a profuse hemorrhage occurs tbo feeling of se- Â¬ curity may give way to the alarm that has been felt before Any persistent cough should be attended to before it is too late to do good As in all dis- Â¬ eases deponding upon a special cause or micro organism consumption is not to bo cured by drugs alone It is pos- Â¬ sible that as the late Prof Flint taught it may bo a disease that has a tendency to recover of itolf but if it is it can only be so tinder the best possible sauitary and hygienic condi- Â¬ tions An ordinary malarial fever is not as a rule dangerous to life But any case of ague may develop into a pernicious congostive intermittent or remittent fever at any time This it is that ren- Â¬ ders prompt arrest of the common aguo of such great importance For this reason also treatment by nostrums and domestic remedies too often results in an attack which no form of medication will bo competent to cure Tho per- Â¬ nicious attacks are almost invariably preceded by ordinary chills so that when the congestive paroxysm does come on no one can say that there was any excuse for calling the doctor too late Even if pernicious attacks are not developed the subject of ague becomes broken in health is pale sallow and full of pains of a neuralgic character that makes life miserable and the longer the disease persists without interruption the more difficult it is to stop its progress and to cure the results of chronic malarial poisoning A large proportion of cases of valvu- Â¬ lar disease- of tho heart originate in acuto rheumatism This disease at-Â¬ tacks tiie joints and such organs as most resemble them in structure The heart from its continual movements and tho white fibrous materials from which it is lined and covered bears a very strong resemblance to a largo joint In rheumatic fever inflamma- Â¬ tory rheumatism tho main danger arisos from the tendency the inflamma- Â¬ tion shows to attack tho covering of tho heart or tho valves to bo found be- Â¬ tween the cavities and at the entrance of the groat artery that takes the blood to distribute it all over tho body Experience has demonstrated that tho best method to prevent the disease from attacking the heart is to give large quantities of alkalies tho bicar boiiatcs of sodium and of potassium being the best until the acid material which appears to be at the basis of rheumatism is fully neutralized This is shown by the secretion of the kidneys becoming alkaline in reaction As long as this is not done and kept up per-Â¬ sistently there is danger of heart trouble selling in at any moment Tho younger the pitient the greater the danger of those complications Hence the necessity in evory rheumatic case of prompt and rational treatment In nervous sensitive children slight causos are sufficient to bring 011 an at Â¬ tack of -- mrnlslons Thus some hard indigestible maerial wilIoweil or the presence of worms u tho digestive tube is often enough responsible for these always alarming symptoms If the eiuse can ho removed of course this should b done an 1 the sooner the lietter One very cogent reason for the last remark is the fact that after con- Â¬ vulsions have occurred a number of times a morbid habit becomes estab- Â¬ lished in tlu nervous system which is strong enough by itself to produce a return of tho spasms even after the original exciting cause has been thor- Â¬ oughly removed When the fits rc rotiirn from timo to time without ap Â¬ parent reason we s ly that the patient has epilepiy one of the most intracta- Â¬ ble of disjas s It is in cases of this description where the cause of the con Â¬ vulsions can be removed that the phy Â¬ sician should not be called too late If consulted sufficiently early a lifetime of misery ending iu insanity perhaps might bo changed into one of useful- Â¬ ness There arc many surgical affections which exemplify the warning this arti cle is intended to convey Of these cancer aud snrcuiias afford the best When small and before examples they have infiltrated the surrounding tissues or sent colonics into distant or- Â¬ gans if removed by the surgeons knife they may or may not return The chances vary a good deal according to the variety of malignant growth which is under observation and its locality But removed and that at as eirly a date as possible after discovery offers the best chance for life and freedom from suffering St Louis self-limitlong-continuat 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r their prifeioiml Arr No -- Lve MuKvllle JnlinvinHWH Carlisle Milleri bun 1 exiiuttiui Covington lir is am 1250 pm am 135 pm am 219 pm am 243 pm am 310 pm am 610 pm am 600 pm public 0inly DR public GILES HARRIS WACO KY be JHidir Oder his professional nerviees to ar15 leaves Lexington 800 p m rives Paris 842 p m No S leaves Covington 450 p m ar rives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives Covington Soo a in Lyman Parrish Constable Foxtown District No 3 G B MiIIo at Kings Store 3rd Monday Pichmcni Kanatzar in Buffalo school huue 4th Saturday J S Chenablt Constable Union District No 3 Albertis Parks Be rea Lodge No 617 at Beiei meet at Union City 1st Saturday John A 1st Saturday J C DAVIS W M Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday S W Pigc Secretary W A Williams Constable Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton I00P at Waco and Saturday W Madison Lodge No 14 I OO F Moores at Waco 3rd SaturdayJhn Charles meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Oldham Constable Hallon Main Street Yates District No 5 T J Corle at WF FARLEY NG Leeland Kingston 4th Saturday I LJ Frazee Secretary Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday Boone Encampment No fomeets every George Young Constable Glade District No 6 James M Wood first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows at Bcrea 3rd Saturday John G Cal Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday W D ALVERSON C P R G Ballard Constable L J Frazee Scribe Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton Alexander Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No at Kirksville 2nd Saturday meets second Thursdav in each month Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M 3 Fowler Constable at Odd Fellow Hall Pooey District No S J N Hendren R A BARLOW Captain at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A L J Frazee Clerk Chandler at Reagans Stored 3rd Friday KNIGHTS OF HONOR S D Carpenter Constable Million District No g J M Long a Amity Lodge No 515 K of H- - meets everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A B New by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday Hall at 7 oclock lames A Harvey Constable W B BENNY Dictator James Tevis Reporter Daniel Boone Iodge No 454 at Fox town meK yd Saturday in every month SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Jacob II Shearer Secretary CHURCH DIRECTORY John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Richmond District No I D P Armer Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm month JOHN HILL W M Willis at Court House ltt Saturday John G Taylor Secretary Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie Daily Except Sunday NOTE Trains 3 ami t are daily between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday SM trains arc daily except Sunday Pattor Rev Wiliam Ru Direct connection is made at Winchester and Sunday pard with Chesapeake and Otiln Tor Mt Sterling PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON lluiilttigtoii Charleston W Va AMitiind Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and mid Eastern Cities KENTUCKY RICHMOND FAST LINK No 3 and 4 run via Wln Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson cliesterSolld Trains with Inllinu Sleeplng Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas Office 011 First Street Cars iietwicn Cincinnati and Kiclimund Va tor Rev L P Johnon and Winchester and Washington D C Tliroiiuh Tickets and Rmsiige Checked to Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding any destination reached byi railroad M ror full particulars addrt HS or call on any Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble asentot the Company or Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday S F 15 MOUSE E II BACON PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Pastor T L Lawon Uc n Iussr Agt Tmv Iassr Agt Brick Churchth Saturday Kirksville Covington Ky RICHMOND KY Lexington Ky and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake F IICARnAct OFFICE Second street next doorto II E HUNTINGTON Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday Richmond Ky Uetil Manager White Ding Store and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor General Offlce s Covington Ky Sliecial attention given to Micrnscnit- Rev Preston Blake examinations of ical ami Chemical Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and tissues and fluids of the human body Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd BAPTIST DR LETCHER jtuly HW BRIGHT D New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIAX0S ASD 0KUANS FOR REST Rent applied as part payment Write Foa Prices and Terms LUKE 8 and 10 W Main June 22 tf U MILWARD TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law 111 THE St Lexington Ky RIt II M ON I KY Special attention siveii to abstracting Ea terii Kentucky titles in lands Office In Climax building S E Comer Main ami stairs AMERICAN AAGAZINE Beautifully Illustrate Scinl Stieels jillieSJtf up 25 els 3 a Year Attorney at E T BURNAM Unaw ITS SCOPC TIie AMERICAN MAGAZINE d natiooal fires prferrC4 Itoart r tt topic hi nd revne he I stiotliM an iba tfm Hu Araenctn ktits til it pr viib a of 1010 etinjr sk tebs of trel aoa a rni Tanat nr penal aal hort strif descriptive aoo iota of RICHMOND KENTUCKY A II Iur OFFICE with C F 111111 on First Street June 22 tl oar famoai oointrjmen od women brief e aja on fureraot problem of to period am la taorV this Magazine te Attorney at Iaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE iii Fin t street same as formerly occupied by County Jmltje octG ly Miller J A SULLIVAN Distinctively Representative of American Thought and Progress It is acknowl dued by tba pr m and pnbic ti b th Mnst nnnnln and tDlertntnlaa or tae kit clnaa montallra Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E II Burnam Silver Creek t Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev L P Johnson Union3rd Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ day Pator Rev J I Wills Viney Fork 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev J I Wills Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun day Pastor Rev Preton Blake Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday in each month at 11 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Elder M Campbell among th of Inventive procrew l n method anil sjtem of work Hwt can be performed ait over tiie conntrv without oepnnttlnx Hi workers from thir homes Pay liberal any one ran do the work either sex jonnrorililno special ability required Capital notneette l you arc started free Cut thin out ami return 10 us 11111I we wilt end you free son or great value and Importance tc youechne hit will Mart yonln buslnew whieh will brinit you Iu more money right away than anything else In the worhl Grand outfit frte Add eat True Co Auznata Maine nor 3u It Â¬ IVlTUVTInU ha revolutionized SSKLS3 111 I Llll 1 1VJ11 W nonilen the CATHOLIC Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Pai tor Rev Father days 10 A M Haley - 7 to duesments In Club IMPORTANT SJES Illnalrutea Irfmum IUi itn HpectMl In la meailaaed TV rite CO 10 11 K 1114 UI161MS1S3S JiMier Jlli z Tj na h 71 K i JdJ a I iitUi4 unm iulu io n LIMITS B 3 1 kiju -- 1 wanted to aollelt anbtcrtpilaas nee Tor cxclnalTe territory stPDSESS ISctirihU paper 07- - ReponlbIe aik r Vnluwblv ISalera vriu b rnfc an lritnm receipt af and enersetle persons DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor Elder Colier Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4U1 Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hagcrman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L II Reynolds Richmond Services every Sunday Sunday school at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Pastor C P Williamson Prof Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds Fl OU a irJcqqiT2t SiSj7JtI0 ftawszT toi -- 1 S 13il3 IS 3 lllim vr t an II m J I 1 14 4 11 llj 3 S - j4 33srai 3031- -I S4 T J SCOTT Attorney at XaOT RICHMOND KY Oilice on Second Street June 22 tf THE AHEEICAN HAGAZINE 749 Broadway New York 113 rci ianitn asn V 1VHI7 3243 zo7jruawn iimn MIT 203 1S31X1 IS C7 10 11 12IT14 RISI71 J feajjuaajai 3tssiar jiu n an i zi s h s 1tl s 9 io CS Attorney atKYlaw RICHMOND OfUce on Second POWELL Sneet Jiu -- rirri uisrrmsJ n Baaanu- jiiit3 tf -i UIIlLllI lslls rr itnwn IU a-11 tnl 151 Cd- J- 7 S I OTII CMJ 14 IS 1T7 U IS 30 3t ii i33a9 r i nUt arzi 23 ia 23 8 is iltlilS IncnuisiaiT HiijinraN I IMJC BSW 1 13 j fltt nuiianss aasaaa -- JUtUITCIJIt is it is a fcjjia jb 581 4 M11 U tl so 14 S7S n2 3sj jme 22 if in s 1 mi ma-jor- it- irn 1 1 cx-t-r- 1 1 ways and tho prevalence of storms The northern section of the Mexican Central road has been seriously dam Â¬ aged by washouts aud people who ob-Â¬ served the phenomena express the opin- Â¬ ion that the waterspouts which burst on the track were attracted by tho rails and the telegraph wire An elec- Â¬ tric current thoy say runs along the track which makes a convenient av- Â¬ enue for storms This would appear to bo a somewhat fanciful conjecture but the engineers engaged in building tho Guadalajara branch of the Mexican Central railroad offer testimony which gives it at least an air of plausibility They state that as fast as the construction advances rain follows and they believe it is duo to tho largo quantity of steel rail on flat cars whicli are carried forward as fast as the work permits The country ac- Â¬ cording to Ihoir report is dry in ad Â¬ vance of tho construction trains and also behind them far many miles but in a circle of a few milos in diameter having its center at tho point where the frteol rails arc tho rain comes down in torrents It appears that enough importance is attached to these theories to induce scientific men to make them a subject of study Wo do not however antici- Â¬ pate any immediate practical results of great value With nil the skill and knowledge whieh tho Government can bring to bear it has not yet succeeded even In predicting storms with such cortninty as would bo desirable and when it comes t producing or prevent- Â¬ ing them wc shall probably havo to wait some timo before Ihe matter as- Â¬ sumes the rhaiMCtei of an exact sci Â¬ ence Safety Vaice ranchman to protect ms cauie Imni the fleets of blizzards has painted ihem all with a mixture ot tar rwl clay and linseed olL A STORMS AND RAILS How Kaln Appears to Follow the Laying of Kaltroad Traclu A singular theory has been promul- Â¬ gated in Mexico concerning an alleged relation Letween the steel rails of rail- Â¬ counties nun in the Coirl of Appeal Ofllee in Muster Commissioners ofllee over Circuit Clerks office june 22 If Attorney atan Iaw nn adjoining Will practice in Miidl I AJ REED GALT - HOffSE KY EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services every Sunday morning and evening and on Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Shcppard LOUISVILLE in METHODIST Tha TontiTA TJnn TAtnrAi REAL ESTATE J SPEED SMITH Cincinnati Til EaUrs Traiii Indianapolis and tCI TUMKII Tfltltat Court INSURANCE CHIOAG Agent RICHMOND KY t ells rents or excliiinae nil kinds of Rent Estate011 reasonable leruix mid represents riryt elHSs Fire 11111I Life In LAFAYETTE O Pullman St eeplaff Cars and Elesrant IU dining- Chair Cars on Night Trains Magnificent Parlor Cara on Day Train soiiiij BBTWXXN C XsUAJcn3 Cincinnati kand StLouis Tl tie CL St L ntlwsr Etc Foil TOIman Uafljt Stewing Cars rellman Reclfalnr Chair Cars New First CIass Coaches Second Clsss Coaches and Bajrgape Cars all ron through without change between I incinnaU and St Louii iiirance Companies Ofllee iu Coviiiiiu Clollilnc Store june22 tf CIIAS SPOWELL J Mitchells Ncaia pitr 1 Jlirtct Largest and most complete stock PRESBYTERIAN But Kentucky Our motto Meeting House 2nd and 5th Centraland Lowest Consistent Prices Goods Sundays CIStKCanaTB w- Fnirt Line P CARROLL Formats Chapel 4th Sunday Commodious Reclining CrmlrCrs 77 and 79 W Main St Kirksville and 3rd Sundays Pastor janit iy Lkxisctox Kr RevWm Crow Ia1a5psli Psriisll ad Heshl Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ Via SEEiasOIT day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights 0 and T P A TT It Edi CI St Richmond Second Services it A M It ChlesjfO St 1 00U sad Peoria elce sad tm Pastor Rev Hamilton Biodiate connerttons are mtd nlthall tints to and 3 P M um win i uciHTiri Wc represent the following Insurance Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun ntlt acn HomiffMl Companies and solicit your patronage Ihrocjk TL teti sad Barpri tfcetti t all rrtcdpil fkti davs 2nd Drug Store Front room over o i any lcwet utsce C I Ft I Ford and 4th Sundays 1030 A for rent Apply to Whites i U C ITVjbIso ia thislicc 1 1 all Coupon Tick Guardian of London Assets 2 603323 00 M and 4 P M t Sunday school 3 P M jan-n-wnv uinFMKnoiu me counirr WG WHITE Queen of Liverpool Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D 13653250 00 JOHN ECANflealPtsaadTtl5ct German of Freeport 216611400 crsfcnrNATiQ Commercial Union of Ti I fl IT I IF Rewarded are those who re 8Mily 1 London II II Hi V Ihlsand then act they 1701193 00 mnorobt- - eioployrae I 111 Firemans Fund of Cal 2048842 00 1I1UI1UA nml wltl not lake then fro MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY that their homes and llinllka Tho pnfl8j Total Fund nimleantl are now inklnc venil homier 55172722 00 CIRCUIT COURT An Excallant Boute dollars r month IlU eauy for uny nns rnnke tS nd npwaniK per day wiio l wi Judge J R Morton 5PoweIV office on Second Street Tourists Business- aaen net Iters and others Id Ineiownrk Either exyoiig S ylaw in Central or North and Formnns at Ifonanza Rotter MiU detOriuc to reach Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons tal not needed we stats yon or EverythlM em Montana Dakota Minnesota or Pnget ton dec 2S 1V new No fpeotnl ability required P Powell Forman Sound and Pacific Coast poiulis should investi reader csndn I tax well as any one wnw Master Commissioner J R Burnam cato regarding tha rates aud advantages ofiered tons at once for mil particnUuv which by this route AroleiromlliiciujoorSUPaulto Clerk W H Miller mail free Audreoa SUiwon 4 Co Portia0 Puget Hound or Pacific Oust points SCooiower novWUr Maine any other hue la guaranteed Accom- than via TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Go TTPAUL tions class Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ MINNEAPOLIS rm Hea Wonders exist in thoiwinds Great ber Ii II forma but ra surpassed ol WU II I - iHiciiiHi TtlM and If n i Je w IUII i hjl ii MiTf COMMON PLEAS COURT The Honds ts ucd in payment of mb sy ti KAILWATC flDUHCVIOi pniUlBUM f ton Watertorro Aberdeen EKendalc script on of Madi on county to Louisville tana Lrf VU UCWJIIQ Willi living Bb I1UIU9 JudgeT J Scott fort one sand their addret io Hallelt lVrL Euford and Bottiiwau Dakota are a few ol tha and Xahvi le Railroad due in February mr Master C mmissioner S E Scott UntiJUtne and receive free fwJI n principal points Toorhed via recent extensions ot AprilJuU and Octcbcr iSsj arid iSi tienhow cither aex of alt ii Clerk W H Miller tzr thisroiid or other information d will he paid on maturity st the ladison gss C H For tents General Patenter Agent TCixnigr TIM OF HOLDING COMMON IUEA3 COURT St Paul Mmnor II K TupperDist Iausstnwr NiUonal Bank Richmond Ky Agent 2nj bonlh Clark St Chicago First Monday in January 1st Monday sitjjle ilny at this work AUsucrteJ C D CllENALLT Lum tf wuu iwt ucw map ox iorure in June and 3rd Monday iij Octotcr GEO V FOHMAN POWELLFORMAN Cincinnati and Peoria HI - Elegant Reclining Chair Cara Exnrxut College Hill Centenary M E 1st Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ ing anj night Prayer meeting every al- Â¬ ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F G rider M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ College Hill day morning and night Prayer meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Â¬ day school every Sunday morning Pas Â¬ tor Rev D P Ware Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeplea Providence 1st and 3d Sunday morn- Â¬ ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson Richmond South Sunday school 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at 11 A M ami every Sunday night at 7 P M Pastor Rev 1 A Henderson Bethel The Largest and Finest Hotel the city 4 Rates25o to Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Bathi in Jlotel ociSJly GRASS AND FIELD 1 - - Fire Iiusnrance ks it 03ee for Kent ti II 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