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excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton PaciSc Etc All five cents per jrarj and new spring styles We hare iu t received a full and comolcte ttock ot MEFS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDEEFS CLOTHHTG He I in Thousands of dollars worth of We wc earnestly alinevery ladv t examne this tok bef re buyi ig elsewhere as roa will certainly- save moner by so doinr If aJ he marVet chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Valises c all other diseases combined But the Carpets discovery of a remedy that positively SSrWe CAN S WE VOL FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens LadW a a cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ CvMren Shoes vru buv iro n Us vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for c one hundred chickens It is guarJun22ti Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded GL WILLIS STOCKTON auu24 ly Â¬ Â¬ The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices Mill She consists of the and best materials Men Youths and Boys of all sizes can be furnished with everything in the Clothing and Furnishing goods line THEIR READY MADE CLOTHING latest patterns from an Overcoat to a Necktie Fat men and thin men need not fear thac they cannot be pleased BISAISeE 2 la sold vitfc the gutnates of being the BEST IhateaaboMADE 1 AQENTS WANTED ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO BKZVIDJUUB Feb 2 6m RAMSEY OLDHAM IZI THE CORNER SABDIEBYi ask P C Remedy for the A Delightful Stock of Hats Library Lamp Every kind and style of Hat from the finest silk to the cheapest felt ShirtsNoin Profusion anda better stock of Variety Great shirts house in Central Kentucky carries A SPLENDID LINE litiil ilTrorJPlQtofi U UimJl JLllUUU Fni0 iYlUiUlJ 0 id Pmwn Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets lichmond Ky corner of GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY is LEY They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at STOCKTON There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the juods they offer is in keeping with the Itoiise They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have sep2S WILLIS t3 Agents For Mtnlhoa Comity OF NECKWEAR T Prices W u Wil Quts ly Where Are You Goisg What amoont ot hcifht or in your party Iwcaago have yon What route to yon pnfcr UKm receipt of an nnswer to the above qoM Uims you will be funusheil free of expense wrth ths lowest a1 A rntee abo maps time j Very best material employed in their man- Every Style and ufacture Â¬ WheBdoyourtarf Wfcerehom Howmmt Variety of Harness Â¬ if 9 I MERCHANT A TAILORING MITCHELL feb8 ly He Ixike Them What Yon if you see them because you cant help it together with a FIRST CLASS CUTTER of years of experience and a competent corps of tailors Tl8j Are Precisely Our stock of Queens ware and GlassLARGE AlffB CHOICE STOCK OF SUITINGS AMD TTOUSERINGS ware and especially our Decorated Dicin both Foreign and Domestic Goods enables Covington Mitchell to compete with ker and Tea Sets is full and attractive BEST GRADES OF all houses everywhere fam Â¬ Â¬ J home made and ciy made nickle silver or gold mounted Their phie its or fm AN lTD BIX inform- slock of Btijrgy Robes and Lap Cioihs embraces variety as well as ele- ablesave trouble time and moory Aetata wM rha irnatioawMrli will eaB hi person where necessary Parties not gance and eopfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber ready to answer above questions snonld cut ont reference riding whips of cowhide wagon whips and preserve tbis notice for foture H Wahk16 Buggy whips of whalebone any become useta Address C Passenger Agent St Paul Mtao and wood Spurs in variety of best leather whip stocks of leather Geseral Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Minnesota Leads the World Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong WHh her stoet dairy and grant prodwts shop made and city made 0U00OO acn floe timber farming awl gnutatc lands adfaoent to for Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots easy terms For railroad prices eeJe cheap on maps rates etc address J Bookwalter Land CnmnManmr or c toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges v a natron iienenu A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hnme strings raseenwr Aamt St ram jtma AN TO B Ast tot Boot H plow lines blind bridles awl other things for farmers and wagoners table-ipam1 i22 A COVINGTON TM and other Staple Groceries Goods COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned Lackey Salesman Cu MAX March 17 1SS3 la June2J tf -- E Arc G C FRAEICIS Aid Lot For Sale Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness Itonse SFRemember tle place Ilerndons Corner Main and Second IIoe ami Lot on B ill Avmk Hw Streets fate Aftply to A C Cktwws w W G Wbiie at Dtbr awe C CO jann TURFMEX CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE House W GOllMLEY Ho 9 ttif iy VATICAN ETIQUETTE JHUOff AT THE CAPITAL l orrenpniideccc W ashington I lie news of D tliedealli of Emperor nlimi lias been Hie tHii e of imiuli C 3Ci iioii in Di4irHHlic circles as to in JHtiBoii tlie EMroKii Miuallmi T e t mpathy of mot of lie Foreign ters s tf rs to be with Crown Prince Kreoeikk WillUra Am there exi s much KKntiioii n he IPim ts o a i e irlj EureHii war bfini jre Cj iteel h ihe dealli o iip Crown 51 i tlf llKf U till ilM tl of H III- - nr f fltW i MHUI UpU I bn if Ire LihOiim if ivice are jien mul onrr eiKhi xltlnilKh I I otllcttil hIhI hi K ilipln tnalicillv expiti rtl li G iiiho Minixier Vmi AveiBliin n furuiH l t n ien l ln ieter of reca I io Ihe Pr riiieil ln i iHiitrMfit f irt fhw iii lieHf cMre-txiii-tle- iii Bri Iti tbetruifl ed C itiurexN has rgnu no iuveMiicHiion whioh Imve tieen ftirii I nuny of the niaiiiifeturhii i teret of the country lo keep up fe coDiniiNiiiie- - An Invr iittioi f tlie same ctiaraeter haw bveu in e irigress for tuuue time pant by u of tlie of Xew Yc rk but i litre i lie results were uiist isf cturi Coiifre8 litis made the ir air nutioiml uih Hie view of Ireveil g HUeh foinii alioiiH ileleMt itlgthe obj cls of the pinpiwrd tanfl ieirinbtion During ihe rpeeeii ot Seiialoi IugalN ii tlie Deiieiident IVukIoii Hill the gi leriew were liierallv picked with c ir it- unit eitthuxiaxic iiuiiiMiiiiy All preM nt wt te well aid for pHtient loin for tlie intellectiiitl I eM to Ivglu Iilgnll- - im--l- f un in i - in si raroiMir iu l mhiI witll grcn I erne t sml Venom hurled hin ctiilesii itoi piilieix at ihe Prexi Iwh i I hi uifIe ariy Hie fiery J1- - HthiklHiru replied tn -Mililni laiiKie ml tihik much of Hie v llolll nut n toe Kinwis SeiMtorV eeh by howInU the patriotism of the Demo cratiepMrti and how little the Kausax Senairdid during Ihe dark dnya of Hie end unr lo suMaln Iiis neatoua iewof tlie right of the controversy The ppeechep however when primed Ij raiijjhirt form for dh triuutiun pod- aJ i ilie one side of tlie debate the purpose of the pollticinn is answefeJ The Senate is gradually breaking the Ice on the secret pestion relic and now an open etinu may be had whenever a majority vote calln for it Tlie next ep will be to have no secret set slon at all IVi- Printer Benedict Iihs refused J KA e the coinniitlee invetfgatiiig I a bureau the names of tlie percona wbj iufornifd ldm of the oharacler of work performed by certain dls- arged employees on the ground tliat l e Information was given fu ciiH etie Tlie KepuWican members of fe committee have threatened lo t K ihe matter before Hie House lfli the view of having the conttiroa- kj witness incarcerated for con Jempt until he divulges Congress has appropriated 10000 com-n-ite- baiiti8 - te THE PATIENT TRAVELER Couldnt Manage Hub Hut Whipped an Individual of fill Ovrn Mxe Just this side of Bloomington a baby in the rear of the car began to cry He kins University has a new engine for and ruling hi plates for spectrum analysis was a lusty lunged little fellowdozen noise than half a or decomposition of light This en Â¬ made more to have The passengers gine was made entirely at the universi Â¬ oabes ought ty under his personal supervision and turned a good many of them with no is the result of the mo3t careful pains- Â¬ very plpasant expressions on their faces to investigate They found a man taking effort The most important holding the little one and doing his part of it the screw and its attach- Â¬ best to quiet him There was no woman ments width CONCERNING FARMERS lines for regulating theground of the in sight That was what the tiny suf- Â¬ was carefully under water kept at a constant temperature ferer wanted a woman his mother StZr is no merit in a dairy Cow As so as to avoid all error arising from ex- Â¬ to drive awav all his little troubles and a rule ihe kiii her ihe co Ihe better pansion and contraction and is guarded soothe him into quiet slumber The man did all he could He was a large fur c iiiiuili leeihiu iih eal in against so sni ill an error ai benevolent looking man with a sad propo i to xize iiml uie n ilk by the of an inch The en- Â¬ world of of tier dlly and good feeding is run by water power and is in- Â¬ melancholy expression and a gine powei tenderness in his eyes as ho looked closed in a gliss case and kept in a At the Nile of Annie TiHike admin down at the little bundle of humanity double walled brick chamber in the isiri rix f Grant Cooke Mured 10 basement so as to provide as equable and rocked it to and fro But the baby refused to bo comforted and screamed 7 IikhmIwi h lii iMiifiii from 1050 I1G temperature as possible So delicate heifei Hini i JveK 1050 io is the machinery that while it is run- Â¬ the louder So it went for a dozen ie hfd Tho other passengers were 2 90 jier hundred 520 Kr i ed nai ning the case is kept closed as the heat miles growing impatient and two or three of 150 to 300 horses from Sale on nix from a persons body would affect it month time without interesl Har The new machine at first was not satis- Â¬ them got up and went forward There was a touch of sympathy in s mie faces riMUbuig Uemocrui factory but now the worst rulel plates but more boro a scowl Neither seemed by it are better than the best ruled by tho The OHtile lmt of Denver Col ha old one The old one hardly ruled to make any difference with the baby he screamed louder if any thing aa closed a contract with the French more than 10000 lines to the inch m supply tlie French while the new ono has ruled as high as the train sped on Tho man who held Government army uith 150000 beef caitle an Â¬ 40000 and can be graduated to rule him was weary but still be bent over nually The cattle will be all range an almost infinite number but the his little charge and sought in low words clumsy biby talk to hush hi stock The price is not made public metal usually crumbles anil the lines weeping There was a man in the next Shipments will be mole to Chicago run into each other above twenty thou- Â¬ seat in front a cold hard featured where it is understood the catlle will sand to the inch The plates are highly man who had been disturbed in read- Â¬ polished and are made of what is be flnughtered book Half a dozen times he known as speculum metal though glass ing a lite annual convention of theIVxun is sometimes used for experimental turned and looked at the man working Cattlemeiiti Association - hi wisiui purposes The prepared plate is placed I with tlie baby Eich time ho glanced Delegaleu from all the leading cattle on tho machine and the screw regu with a deeper scomL Still the other one mere coiiipHiiii i in Texa- - Indian Terriory lated to the required distance and strove to soome me uuie there dont oo cry so Maybo oo mama New Mexico Colorado ami Arizond when the machine starts it moves the He stopped Ix xideM h goo ly numlierof ctunml Moii plate the distmcc say If you cant keep that howling brat of an inch and a small men aod pscKr-- frm Nor t hero ami of yours still said the hard featured I he deleuxiex -- y diamond point runs across and dnws man as ho Kastern niHrkeis turned in his seat youd the line nhilo the pi te is stationary til- - cattle inieresln of IVxn- - and the of infinite care and better chuck it out tho window It is a matter l HoUlhUefl ale In Tho man with the baby glanced up nib inure several days arc neccessary for rnling Ciiinlilhiti lh ii --on teai The lifses a plate throe or four inches in dia- Â¬ surprised pained For the spaco of occisioiieil hv ihe Inte uhiter tire small meter The diamond point can be so half a minute he looked the other full compired uith former inters All ore arranged as to vary tvory fiftieth or in the eye and then he leaned forward in high Hinicipilion of it ilg bjsinexK one hundredth line while at the end of and with a voice choking with emotion the engine s a saiall cointing machine saidThis young ono thiyer isnt mine A dod recording the number of lines Tlie ctop repon of the Ohio Slate for gave it to me to hold drawn In an adjoining room is a very gasted woman Board of Agriculture for March 1 costlv instrument for measuring the while she made a fool trip forward to made up from the reports of tnwiiMiip width of the lines and so marvelously the baggage car to see if theyd got her trunk and I guess shes never coming correspondents all over the State tays accurate is it that an error of one dashed if you can Ihe present condition of the uheat part of an inch or back But Ill be ho And dumped the baby plant would indicate only about three even less can be detected The rulings run on me fourths of an average crop for f lie ot this machino are the finest in the down in one end of tho seat and with an altogether different look in his eye coming harvest with the uncertain- Â¬ world and have been scut to different jumped out in the aislo and got the ties of March and April to hear from pnrts of tho scholarly portion of it one hard featured man by the collar and of the largest and host plates being Owing to the long conliiiued drouth Helmhnllz the jammed him down on the Uoor between before find alter fending the great presented to Prof tho seats and got up on him with both If majority of wheat is abnormally short world fanions physicist of Berlin per-a feet and took hold of tiio hat rack with Â¬ perfect machine means one that and without exceedingly favorable fectly does tho work it was designed bis hand and raised himself up and weather will not make more than 75 for litis is probably tho most perfect dropped back on the hard featured man till he had the features pretty well per cent of a full crop since both one in the world Baltimore Sun softened up And it appeared quite as acreage and condition are low Thomas Peterson of Perth Amboy if ho would havo been going up and N J rcjolfCS in the distiction of hav Â¬ down like a pile driver yctif the woman There isnt much doubt that Caps ing been the first colored roan to cast who owned tho baby hadnt flounced Cod is getting oaton up by ihe greedy a vote in the United States This im bacic ino the car aa I rescue 1 the in Â¬ Tho portant bit of paper was dropped in fant and quieted him in about ten sen and in limo will disappjar Proviticciown AdoooaU says that less the ballot box March SI 1870 the seconds and told him in a loud clour than one hnndrcd yoars have passed morning after tho adoption of the voice that she didnt know shed left sneo aligiithousc was placed here by Fifteenth amendment A few years ago her lttlc darling pweciotis baby boy tlie Government Tho original pur Â¬ the eiti ns of Perth Amboy presented with n great big ugly prue fighter chase includoil a plot of land ten aero Peterson with a gold medal in com Â¬ Then tho benevolent man quit jumping and went and sat down in another in extent At the present time thin memoration of the Interesting event r 1 inclo3urs embraces baralv six acres seatwlh his face very red while tho A iiallstono with a acoiena of gyp hard featured party crawled up looking On a point just north of llio Marino Njm pm ably sucked up in a vtter-spout iiUitions at Highland Light the faco of fell in areoentsboier inl ranee as if ho would havo to carry his feat-Â¬ he bluff his moved inland two hun ures in sling for three weeks F E I Do you take The Climax i CarrutU in Chicago Tribune dred feet in the past five years fur tlie purchase from the widow of en James Shields the two swords received by that Mexican war hero one from tlie Legislature of Illinois and Ihe other from the Legislature of South Carolina These swords will be deposited in tlie National Museum here a- historical mementoes and the amount paid tor them will enable Ihe widow of the hero to live in comfort the remainder of her life ii - A MARVELOUS MACHINE It Has Knlril m Iligli Torty Thousand Lines tn tlie f licit Dr H A Rowland of tho Johns Hop- Â¬ pr--le- hundred-- thousandth PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS asylums ami uiuiigu tdeir leiauvcaaud If one who delights in relics is connections would diseribe their tem lalel Mild and sVilatr called a reliquary on ht not an autiq- The admixture of different tempers pera by severe eplti t- - vet if they had uary to be one who delights in antics married masterul husbands their char- among tlie brothers and sisters of the Every man has his weak spot same family is a notable fact due to acters might have developed more fa- - and sometimes a man finds out that an vorably FortmjVly BevUm various causes which act in different ace high is Ids weak spot Boston DtU directions It is best to consider them UUin BEES FOR BEGINNERS before we proceed to collect evidence Hos the Who is that man Adrlco tn a Tanner Widow IVlio Desires and attempt its interpretation It is servant of old Snith the undertaker tn Kntafe hi Arioallure clpar enough and may bo taken for If you have a liking for out door pur-Â¬ Ah then lies the valet of the shadow granted the tempers of progenitors do suits with atixed determination to suc-Â¬ of death To cn Tutpic not readily blend in tho offspring but ceed and are not The more faithfully a girl keeps a afraid of bees in that some of tho children take mainly time you might make a living Do not diary the more religiously she wants to after one of them some after another purchase more than two colonics to keep it outof the iny of everybody else but ith few threads as it were of start with if you tan manage these in the neighborhood various ancestral tempers woven in successfully yon will hive in the fall Earrings are a relic of barbarism which occasionally manifest them- Â¬ provided it is a good seeson fonr mile of eouoe the dianwHids ate un- Â¬ Â¬ selves If no other influences inter- good strong colonies and betweeu fonr usually white and tini and cost a good vened the temjiers of the children in and live hu idro I p m ids of honey If deal more than anybodys else in the tho same family would on this account you succeed knowledge must in- Â¬ congregation be almost as varied as those of tlioir crease in the jonr ratio as your liees An engagement ring oh the tlnget s mi3 ho married at haphazard ancestor You mnst also nxnect reverses like the of a yonng lady is apt to be made con so far as their tempers wore concerned past season which has Iwen one with spicuous by the wearer It i the same therefore the numbers of good and bad few exceptions of entire failure all way with a scalp wini by an Indian in children in families would be regulated over this continent I met a lady at his belt N O IieafNTU by tlie same laws of chance that apply one of the conventions who had road That was an exhaustive article of to a gambling tabic But there arc that charming ficion Blessed Bees mine on Our Politioil Future said other influences to be considered and CJUght the bee fever so badly that the contributor t i the e lior I found There is a well known tendency to sho invested 630 at once She later it so was theoniew hat unsatisfactory family likeness among brothers and wrote Wathinytun Critf All Hiat I have for this invest- Â¬ reply sisters which is not due to the blending How is that fend between Colonel ment is hives full of foundation with of ancestral peculiarities but to the a queen and a handful of bees running Blood and Maim Biuegniss getting on prepotencc of one of the progenitors O no Now if you do not wish to Are they as bitter as ever over who has stamped more than bis or hoi buy it your experience dearly as this the whole thing is happily ended fair share of qualities upon the chil- Â¬ lady did commence at the bottom and Im glad to lrear that Yea they dren It mav also bo due to a familiar go up killed each other Life occurreneo that deserves but has not A father wishing to get rid of Ids As you have lived on a farm you yet received a distinctive name Come probably know how to raise chickens talkative little son said namely where all ihe children are a ul might keep them while you are Georgey youre all tired out Hurry alike and yet their common likoness building up an apiary Georgey looked When you up and go to bed can not be traced to their progenitors havealaro apbuv you will hare no solemnly at his parent and slowly said A new variety has come Into existence time for them unless yon manage someÂ¬ Pa you shouldnt try to liurry up a through the process not of individual what in this way Sot tlie hens in Feb boy when yon know hes all tired out but of confraternil variation The toboggan slide is dangerots fc ruary so the outlets will be old enough The most slrongly marked famiH to lay in the fall and sell off all tho old people having heart tronbles that is tvpe th it I have personally met with hens and cockerels m t it spring It to old married ami settled people The first arose simultaneously in the three will be little work to fed the pullets youthful among the ifliicted can ven Â¬ brothers of a family who transmitted during warm wu itior and if you have ture down the slide and toil up it with their peculiarities with unusual tenaci- Â¬ good warm qiiart H for them and comparlively safety Marthas Mne- ty to numerous descendants through give them the ri Us kind of food yon vurd lltrald Other in- Â¬ will havo eggs t-- sell all winter wlren at least two generations Wilson the celebrated vocalist fluences act in antagonism to the fore they bring a price A German was npsot ono day in lth carriage near gol roing they aro tho events of domestic who lives across th alley from rao has Clinburgh A Scotch p tp r after re life whieh instead of assimilating We are jording the accident said a hen hou almi t all underground tempera tend to accentuate slight dif- Â¬ and the oiicjens lay all winter Man Â¬ happy to state he was able to appear ference in them Thus if some mem Â¬ aging in this way tho busy season with the following oveniug in three pieces bers of a family are a little submiiivc boes would be in warm weather and Some people sigh all their live- by nature otliers who aro naturally a that of thi f wls in cold weather for wealth and never get it Oilier peo Â¬ little domineering are tempted to be- Â¬ Tlie surest places for honey are ple work hard for it all their lives and come more so Then tho acquired habit long water courses and where there aever get it The best pln is to invent of dictation in these reacts upon the are lands but I think it a suspemler button that will stay on otliers and makes them still mora sub- Â¬ would be Somer for vou to follow Long- Â¬ ami keep the agency yourself missive In the collection I made of fellow andbst take whatever lieth nrar vUle Journal If jou see one cold ami vehement histories of twins who were closely vou mil work fro n it thy work of art alike the statoncnt was constantly met Renv niber the story of the old at the same time sni hi down as a lark Chrysoatoni and yet it with that ono of the twins was guided and her jonng ones and stay where fanatic siys by tho other I suppose that after their on can look after your property your- Â¬ may be that he is only the lodger in many childish struggles for supremacy self If pnsbrf rent a place surÂ¬ third pair brck whose landlady has each finally discovered his own relativo rounded with ahrubery and low trees ont off the heat from his little room beÂ¬ strength of character and thenceforth like May cherries Whore an apiary cause he was necessarily behindhand the stronger developed into the leader i3 located near large forest trees with his rent Journal of KlueolioH Smith while the weaker contentedly subsided swarms sometimes ehistcr very high That parasrnph in the and it is very dilllcult to hive them Daily Howler touched you up rather into tho position of being lod O jes Briwu Agui i it is sorrui nes observed that If the plaeo is small very near neigh Â¬ severely yesterday not a monibcr of an etsy oing family dis- Â¬ bors nr stockdesirable as bees are a I don t mind that however Ihu world kind of to bo con- Â¬ covered th it ho or she may exercise trolled and arenot always near horses will alwavs contain finds y iu know danfforoits by adopting the Avoid locating near Yes I sunposc so If fiere were nc considerable power a publio square habit of boinjp rsistently dsagrooable or blacksmith s shop I know of a fools tlieic wouldnt lo anything for whenever he or she do a not get the town where tho bnsiiesn is very much those fellows to write about I sup- Â¬ ited at a pub Â¬ pose first an 1 bet of every thing Some injured by a i api iry p iper Chicago iitor wives contrive to txrannize over hus Â¬ lic square vh rv h ru are veils drink- Â¬ Here Mr Proofieader bands who are mild and sonstive who ing tfiinais an I hitching posts for just oat S veral accidents h tve oc youvo let a srro M error get into the hato family scenes and d ead the dis Â¬ earn hitv a- - a horse wbvn once Ptoofreader Whats that grace attending them by holding thciry sured b e unes almost fiantio when iiaper st aif Whv I wrot They are a Editor solvos in readiness to fly into paWm I ht pear- - a bee I u n a id far i ts dm e uj etei coiiple and joubave got it whenever thoir wishes are withstood or sw ouii towns in pia e or corns i Proof- They thus aouiiv a habit of breaking r for fear of tha bee Pratra Tb area divorced eouple Well let it go It will read j reader to uso a teriii familiar to the ward Â¬ Virmtr out all right to morrow ers of female prisoners and lunatic Â¬ ovc-dowi- -d MENS TEMPERS the Ittaton Why Homo ifnnliandf IntprtHlM PniiPM and Other ItHjxirtaHt Ipramwjrii The etiquette of the Vtticui requires that the Pope shall dine alone and ANNOUNCES while eatin r he reads the newspapers TO THE TRADE When hewislies to show especial honor tliat he Ihu a large ami well to a foreign Prince or t any personage hoe of of importance he invites him to take a cup of coffee with him after the morn Â¬ ing mas- - On stteh occasions the guest is expected to attend tnt first mass and to receive the comnrinion from the Popes ban Is The visitor however ioi does not sit at the same table with his Holiness but a smaller one alongside of him Amoig those rec mtly honored in this way were D hi Carlos the Span Â¬ ish pretender on tha maioa of his sons confirmation the Grand Duchess of Tu KKtny the PrinerfB H ghesa AMo brandini Altieri and Pjmbino while the same favor is often shown to the Ete iii nliieii you chh HimI the Popes nephews Cardbiil Peeci used to live in the Vatican and he frequently visited his brother while the latter was lv WB WHITE CLOTHING ru an Jtfl Jiomvpp mimis HATS VALISES eating dinner Dinner i served at one oclock the usual hour in Home for that meaL This repast consists of soup a dfch of roast meat ami vegetables frait and some old Bordeaux wine No boiled meats or pork in any form or cheese is ever seen on the table-The meal ended his Holiness in Â¬ dulges in a nap of an hours length while seated in a large arm chair then weather peruitting he goes fix- - a walk in the gnrdois ej npartied by ono of his private chtmberitlm awl a Lieu- Â¬ tenant of the Pap il Giards His carÂ¬ riage is also in attendance so that he can ride when overfatigued by walking His Holiness still considers himself a prisoner aad never leaves the preeinets of the Vatican bat the gardens of that palace are very extensive the main drive measuring quita a mile in length At one end of the park is a vineyard cultivated by tho children of an agricultural orphanage that was founded by Pius IX ald tiame I after him the VmgiiPia Leo XIII often sits the vineyard and whenever he notices one of the boys doing his work intelligently lie stops to have a ehat He takes much interest in agricut tral matters HHt and is well posted In botany Letter Â¬ BBST GOODS ani TfiK LOWEST 0-SlS0-s LATEST STYLES PRICES T3FCE iive you nil vaine for every doMnr with Mm and he nrge yw to ave him an early eaH fie dees not intend to he wnlersflM ihd to his customers he fey he wHI eil W June 22 9m B WHITE At McKkbs Otd Stand t Izr ft5a mHi t - Dr Vim F CIXCtMNATI e wvy 0 s4 f J 1 IHK SPBUUST H i 7mt -- Wm t V V I--- f V Catarrh Throat and Lang ASectMos H and art Chrome Dfceaar of the Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Diseases of Women Kervoua and Spinal Affection Soldiering in Burmah General Debility etc will return to Shortly after my enlistment our regi Â¬ RiehBiend April 2b4 ami remM tea be devoted ment was ordered to Burmah to subdue days PVt dry of visit will and Tumors to treating- Piles Cancers the natives In addition to the EBgite esdnrtirely troops we had natives as well The Scarf ibr Circular Testimonials etc hostile natives were known as daeoits asUreo J M- - MOORE X B and we had some very lively skirmishes P O Box 971 Cincinnati O A friendly Bwldhfet priest with them informed us one night of the location of an enemys camp ami a detachment was sent out to capture it We sur Â¬ rounded them and they tried to Sght Bxearstew- their way out aad one big fellow came Bwinees men and settlers rooking within three inches of splitting my hend with hU knife We captured about for new reeatfoH or lerestmenia cam thirty of them Another tim w at Â¬ each nil principal a pla ofhi Mrnncco tacked a lttle army of tbem who had la and Dnfcofa at enst one far for taken up a position at the summit of a tlie rivaml trip by availing themaelrea of Ihe excursions announced Tin the steep hill They rolled bhr bowlder down upon ns and I barely escaped St Ptitil Minneapolis A Manitoba Hy Ticket rood from one that must have w eighed about ten for 90 St Paul Minn exeurnnMt ratee days Very low ujattTuiadelpJtn Record have been made a o via tlii- - line tn Helena and Great Fulls Montana Christ and his cross are not sepa-Â¬ ticket good for four m oitlrs Further rable in this life but they part at paniul irscau be ohlvri d by iubfr Heavens door for there is no room iiiit f H Warren Genera i PasMnger Sorrow and Ajreitv St Paul Mum or H F Tub for crosses in Heaven Pa fencer per Pi tho saints are not married together ChuttStreeiOhteegr Agent i2 South w but were it so Hsaraa wilt wake a divorce Brooin the draggiet Paroutb JJ jyfv1 T T tf irtfur vTa flnjwfW - sggw SSSfSar yipj r THE CLIMAX PL BUSHED E2RY BY WEDNESDAY THS Climax Wm G Pmkting i YHAIT MARCH 28 Co TRENCH TIPTON WHITE EwWM- - MUCK FUR 150 1888 WEDNESDAY i the grandson of John J Crittenden and slaj er of itoee Mosby died at BeaUyrille on lat Wednesday The late Emperor William left an estate valued at 125000000 It is worth something after all to be a German Emperor that a rich vein of lead ore has been struck near Paynes Depot Scott county Kentucky ought to be developed Q Tout CritiendeM It is said a The Prohibition party of the Eighth CongraKkmal District met at Danville last week and nominated JJev Green Clay Smith Jfore meat for McCrear Â¬ Joseph W Drexel of the great banking houe of Drexel aiorgan fc son is an inebriate or a confirmed viotim of the opium habit The sum of 50000 is appropriated for payment for a suitable site and building Jbr the institution The sum of 150 per annum is tippro pi i ated for each inmate A report shall be made to the General Assembly The Senate bill making the sale of oleomargarine for butler or the sale of impure lard a misdemeanor punishable by fine to the extent of 1000 passed Mr Rudy offered a bill appropriating 200000 for the erection of the Fourth Lunatic Asylum in this Commonwealth A tract not to exceed 300 acres is to be purchased and a lunatic asylum erected tliereou The Governor is to appoint three Commissioners and it shall be their duty to locate tlte asylum on or before July 1 ISSS at some suitable point near Owensboro Hie next bill reported by the General Statutes Committee was one giving Count Court Clerks the right to employ as a deputy any unmarried woman more than sixteen years of age The expression was that it should pass A bill provides that any person selling liquors without license shall be fined 60 for each offense Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Judge Joseph B Hamilton a olGilbeit Dudley and many are the cocvox ANNOUNCEMENTS prominent citizen of Bath county sad ai d hitler tears shed over his T tUonsanda Buffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ run crrr judo and a neighbor named Rice com untimely end Bom August SSth sumption Coughs etc Did you ever try 1661 dUdMarch 2nd ISSS His Ackers English Remedy It is tho best milted suicide on Sunday rursiinnl to a lime honored custom father A J Dudley dled jujiiunilier preparation known for all Lung Troubles of my Jiartv f hereby announce my Â¬ ecv asas THE TWO STALMONB 1 AS OPINION Co died in New York -- day aged 56 years His estate is valued at 130000000 - on Sun Â¬ The New York papers exager ated the South Dakota blizxard aajringtbat 1000 to 2000 lives were lost The blizzard in New York and vicinity was far worse than that of Dakota In one county in New Jersey more than 30 lives were lost At one point in Delaware nearly 30 The Joss of property in New York is more than 20000 and of lives is not known Morrison K Waite Chief Jus lice ot the Supreme Court of Hie United States died suddenly ot aerate pneumonia at his home in Washington City on last Friday Morning lie was 72 years old and has been on the Supreme bench since 1S74 having been nominated by the President in that year from Ohio He gradu ated from lale College in 1S37 along with Wm M Evarts Ed ward lierrepont Professor Benjamins Silieman ami otiier distinguished gentlemen Â¬ Â¬ 1 P J Mrs Margaret Fosse celebrated Iter lOOdth birthday in Louisville on last Thursday At 7 oclock in the morning site walked to church accompanied by two sons both of whom were more than seventy years old and followed by nearly forty descendants After mis through which the centenarian went without fatigue lite party returned to Iter house where a Item feast awaited But this least had been prepared by the old lady before site went to church She does Iter own housework and in the spriug and summer lias her own little garden which she cultivates Why sltould so many people be old at seventy and eighty years of age Â¬ Supreme Court of that State and also in tlie Supreme Court of the United States Tlie bill passed shall draw or attempt to draw present or attempt to present a deadly weapon to wit a pistol bowie knife or dirk with the felonious intention of using the same ami not in his necessary shall be gnillv of a felonv and upon conviction shall be punished by confinement in the pen itentiary not less than one nor more than three years A host of amendments including one to re jieal all laws against carrying deadly weapons were voted down Mr Nesbitt offered a bill for the benefit of the Eastam Lunatic Asylum It appropriates 14000 to be expended as follows Gen eral repairs and for remodeling windows 8350 Constructing two fire escapes 400 Purchasing a steam boiler pump 300 Building an addition to the wards for colored patients 5000 Tlte committee reported favorably a bill which stated that it shall not be a cause of challenge in criminal cases that a juror has read a newspaper containing an account of the commission of a crime ot which the person may stand accused if the juror states under oath he can render an impartial verdict It is a copy of tlie Illinois law on the subject the same as was applied in the selection of a jury to try the Chicago Anarchists and which a test being made it was sustained by the Â¬ self-defens- to tttrengihen it It ia only one Demo Â¬ crat out of oue hundred and forty thousand in this State wiio bos fallen and Democrats you must remember have caused the Investigation and un- Â¬ earthed the failure It is a Democratic Legislature that has appointed a com Â¬ mittee comiMwed of such men as R S Triple as Chairman J K Hendriek aud others who are known to be Democrats of the old school and men of lie highest order of integrity with authority to employ expert book Â¬ keepers to investigate not only the Treasoiy Department but all the books aud acoounts in the Auditors olHce and diaeluse anything that is crooked or dishonest It - the high privilege of the Democratic party to iu vesiigute its offiepr- - and so discharge and rtinish any w ho proves to be 1111 Â¬ t nut worthy The Governor with Ids usual prompt and fidelity to the public interest upon the first definite information giVen him communicated I lie news to the General Assembly L MdqCQs In the Senate Mr Smith re- and is now urging a thorough investi ported a bill to repeal so much of gHiion If this Democratic Legislatlte revenue law as requires the ture will look carefully into the fraud clerks to copy for the Sheriffs the perpetrated on the SMte and compel the seeuiities to iu lax books ami gives the Sheriffs his accounts aud pay the deficiencyrate then reduce the access to lie tax books in the of taxation from forty seven cents to County Clerks office forty cents I bolieve that our majority Tlie committee reported a bill at the nest general election will reach setting forth that any person who 60000 iÂ¬ Senator Harris says of tho effect the Tate defalcation will havo on tho party I do not think It will a fleet the Democratic party In any way except Â¬ OeNE TO PKAXCE TO SEE UK PAS- Â¬ TEUP A special telegram to the Courier e Â¬ Â¬ Journal dated New York March 21bt says Mr Henry JBlake of Parte Kyf arrived iu New York this morning on ids way to Paris France where lie is going for Pasteurs treat- Â¬ ment by Inocculation for the germs of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ treatment The wound iu the head is a terrible one aud though it was bandaged yet a deep gash made by the wolfs fangs aud extending from the upper side of the Jaw bone lo the left eje wax hydrophobia which lie believes are likely to be In his system The dis- Â¬ ease if it lurks iu his blooj was caused by Ihe bite of a wolf Mr Blakes arrival here was announced iu the Evening Sun which gives this account of his misadventure Several weeks ago Mr Blake went on a hunting trip to Montana with a tirly of Kentucky friends He be Â¬ came separated from his companions and was attacked by a wolf He had a desKTHte battle with the sharp fanged brute and was severely biiten before he was able to kill the animal Mr Blake at once returned to the East not without some misgivings as to the danger of hydrophobia Wheth Â¬ er symptoms of the disease were really manifest or he imagined tley were lie deemed it prudent to make all haste to it himself under Pasteurs KIT WiE ESCAPE A blnumrd has devastated New York New Jerey and Delaware a cyclone turned over houses and Irons and killed people ami stock in East Tennessee a railroad ac cident canied off twenty people in Georgia the frost has killed the peaches in Texas the Blalock band has stolen every thing in Kansas 200 people have been burned to death in a theatre in Spain the Emperor of Germany is dead Dennis Kearney was snubbed in Washington the Iowa Prohibition law has been declared unconstitutional and Kentuckys Treasury has been robbed Verily there is mo escape but a refuge Â¬ unanimously A bill was favorably reported ami passed providing that if any conductor or engineer in charge ol a railway train shall negligently violate any rule of the company employing him which rule was adopted by tlie company for the safe transportation of persons and property and when by reason of such violation any person loses his or her life the conductor and engineer so violating shall be held for manslaughter For injuries in ilieted the offense shall be deemed a misdemeanor not to exceed one thousand dollars to be expended by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund in ex Â¬ Â¬ Joint resolution appropriating in Canada Tim TATS IMJFALCATWX Br I I In addition to the paragraph last week we have only to say that an investigation of the State Treasury is jn progress What the deficit will be is not known but probably not more than 150 000 His botidsmen among whom are J Stoddard Johnston Scott Brown and T J Megibben are entirely good for that amount Tale is suppose 1 to be in Canada What went the with money is not known but the prevailing opinion is that he loaned it in various sums to various friends It is not believed that Tate is a thief but by degrees and unintentionally got beyond into trouble Articles of impeachment have been fled THE LEGISLATURE The Senate bill allowing county judges and magistrates extra coin ponsatisn for sitting in examining trViis has passed tlte House The Governor vetoed tlte Laborer- Lien bill and the jailers fee lish and maintain the Kentucky Inebriate and Opium Habit Asy lum Authorizes the Governor to appoint three Commissioners Iv and with the advice and consent nl tiie Senate whose duty it shall le to purchase a suitable lot or parcel of land at or near Fraukfort and cause to be erected a suitable builJmj which land and improvement shall not exceed 50000 in value in the aggregate After the building is completed it shall be the duty of the Governor to appoint a skillful Superintendent for t aid institution Also a hoard of three trustees and steward whose salary shall not exceed 500 per annum together with board The Superintendent shall bold office tor four years and i talary shall be 2000 a year No compensation is to he allowed the trustees Ny peron shall be received as an Knale who 16 under fifteen year oli or over feisty five and no apiciiion for admission shall be iiieruiieu unless an inquest shall iirst be held by the comity judge of the coauly of residence of the applicant as to whether said per Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Dr Meade offered a bill to estab Â¬ tending the present penitentiary burying ground The General Statutes Comniilte reported a bill to replace all dealers in oil on a common footing As the law now stands the fee for inspecting oil in quantities less than fifty barrels is twenty cents while larger dealers pay only ten cents Tlte bill fixes the prices for all at ten cents Pasted A bill providing that the act to require the payment into the Treasury of all fines taxes and license fees collected by the Trustees ot tlie jury fund and other officers be amended to require all Justices of the Peace Constables and Police Judges in making the reports required to make such reports in writing giving the style in each case with the amount ot fine assessed and money in hand due the Commonwealth Any officer willfully failing to make such report shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and fined not less than 10 or more than 50 Passed Mr Wood who prepared the bill said the Auditor had assured him that such an enactment would increase the revenue from the source named at least 25000 annually A bill making the publication of any lottery notice whether the chief office of the company is in the State or out of it unlawful and providing the same punishment as at present fixed Under the pres cut law it is illegal to publish any notice for a Kentucky company but there is considerable doubt as to outside companies It passed without objection Tlte bill for the inspection of steam boilers and other steam generating apparatus passed It gives to City Councils the right to appoint such inspectors fix the com- Â¬ pensation and prescribe the duties A bill passed fixing the punishment for bribery at elections at a fine ranging from 10 to 500 and disfranchisement forever Mr May offered a bill making it a felony to collect usurious interest on debts secured by lien on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ visible Tlie won lid had not healed but was spreading aud is only kept habitually in check by tlie constant Use of caustic Mr Blake rke with great difficulty on account of the rigidity ami swollen condition of tlie jaw but lo a reporter he made the following statement I came out bet in the fight with the wolf as I managed to kill the brute but he may be the victor in the end I have lietu under treatment with some of the best physicians iu Louis Â¬ ville and they have all said that hy diophobiu may result at any time My v minds have been cauterized and every precaution to prevent the devel- Â¬ opment of that mucii dreaded malady but Mill I am not satisfied hence my determination lo go to Paris to consult Pasteur God help me I would go to tlie end of the world and spend eveiy dollar 1 had if I thought it would insure my freedom from that iiorriblc soourge Sometimes I really believe I will go mad as my suspense is so great I try lo keep up hope and divert my mind from my terrible condition but I feel worse every day I know the wound is spreading The thought mat I am going to u man who is confident lie can prevent the devel Â¬ opment of hydrophobia gives me courage and as Pasteur is my forlorn hope you may know what anxiety is attached to my journey Down In Kentucky I was besieged with voo doo doetore faith curers aud others of that Ilk who claimed they could do me a wonderful amount of good I of course paid no attention to such non Â¬ sensical pretenses and want to be treated in a scientific manner My family are nearly distracted with the thought of my probable fate If Pasteur does not effect a cure Tlie unfortunate man is accompan Â¬ ied on his long journey by two friends one of wlHim hail a sou who died from the dread malady a positive gusranteo at 10c 60c self a candidate for re election lo the Sold by V G White Irescrlptiou office of Palice Judge of Ihe city of sulj ct to the action Riulimoud K Druggist of Ihe Demicratlc party Eeciioj 1st OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF Resieoffully 111 June 1838 BjOOMIKGToir IM Sept IS 1SS2 Saluriliiy H C Hick jiii25ids Messrs F J Cheney C Toledo O Have taken Halls Catarrli Cure FOK SUKUIFF Had catarrh all my life am 18 years to announce We are authorized STANDARD old Had asthma 19 years and a JOHN H ISLE a candidate for Sheriff COXSISTIK G OF dreadful cough for five years Have of Madison roiiuly subj ct to tlie action of the Democratic jiarty taken everything weut to tlie Hot mar7 die Siirings I have doctored with the Will make the season of S3 at the stables HENS LADIES HISSES CHILDBEflS SHOE FonsiinrtiFF miles Irom doctors here I have done nothing Traynor of McKee We are authorized to announce J but take medicine for 19 iears When W BALES candidate for Sheriff of Richmond on the Irvine turnpike Al week I commenced using Halls Catarrh Madi ou County subject o Ihe action mont Blucher will stand at 25 to insure mar7 tdc a living colt and John Wilkes at 30 cash Cure I was almost dead I sent for the of the Democratic part we doctor the day I got Halls Catarrh with usual privilege of return in So if Cure aud 1 told him I would die any with mare is not parted of record Way and that I would try 3 our medi- Â¬ Almont Blucher Standard mile track 236 and cine I was very bad How I suffered slow 249 trial on for 9 yeais I could hardly breath full brother to First Call tin at limes 1 saw Halls Catarrh Cure Almcnt Blucher is a seal brown fqalcd advertised iu the papers and commenc- Â¬ May 20th 1SS0 has one white foot behind ed taking it I would have been under hands high and and one in front 15 the grouud to day if it had not been for get weighs 1100 pounds when in stud condi- Â¬ that I have not had oue bad cough- Â¬ Sired by Athlete sire of First Call tion ing spell since In breathing my A thel 3 year old Isaac G 226 221 head feels well and I am well It has 235 Athlone 3 ear old 236 Mabel done me n thousand dollars worth of 2 466 Geneva Maid 3 year old good There are ten of my friends on 244 to 240 May Josephine seeing what it hud done for me taking cart and Many others that arc first Bros it aud it is helping them I only Athlete by Almont 33 by Alexanders wish that every one who has catarrh by Risdyks Hambletonian JNT Abdullah 15 asthma and a bud cough could see me jo so that I could tell them to take It Almont Bluchers istd m Lady Blucher All that know me here know how I by Riclwrds dam of First Call 22i have sullered I have been here sitice Eg Bellfoundcr No 63 and sire of Western 1858 anil suy to me I am so glad Gill 227 and the dams of ten 230 trotters you found something that could cure Lady Blucher is a remarkable speed pro- Â¬ you Everyone says how much She has produced seen foals ducer belter you look The tioctors say and all of them show a high rate of speed they are glad I found Hulls Cutarrh SUCCESSORS TO C C WALI ACE mch2i xy but two have had a days training was a Tills jiowder never varies A marvel of Cure as they could not cure me Her sire parity strength and wholewmenesa More very fast road mare herself unit I can not express my gratitude to economicalsold tlie onlinnry kinds mul- Richards Bcllfounder by Hungerfords than lie in you for the good Halls Catarrh Cure cannot of Ion-- test competition with thephos Â¬ Â¬ hliorUwelglil alum or titudes by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was out of THIN COLUMN has done me You can use as much phate powders bold only Tit cans N ItoVAI Young MiKers Damsel by Hambletonian 1UK1NO PowDElt Co 106 Wall BU Y of this letter as will do the afllicttd Jnue 22 tf by Messenger Turn the rascals out good Publish this to lie whole world we insist Almont Bluchers 2nd dam Folly by it is all true and they should know it Tiie boudsuien oant dic tate to the Vermont Bov son of Hills Black Hawk JOSEPHINE CHRISMAN fugitive State Treasurer sire of Ethan Allen 2r2iK Lancet 225 4UG East North Street Young America 223 etc 3rd dam a 1 hiu Column is protusely adorn Â¬ The SGS Sold by J J Brooks Price 75c thoroughbred ed with rats and chestnuts thid week per bottle 21murlm Almont Blucher is a very handsome and The Slate Treasuiera bondsmen are perfect horse promises to be a sire of style e howling for a Willi a cer Â¬ and speed his produce are large and firm Half Pars Excursions tain U S colonist iu Canada with perfect legs and feet and show a fine O By The C I St L Kankakee turn of speed with excellent dispositions occurs to us that Dick Tale was Line will sell round trip tickets to It Three of Bluchers produce have been sharp enough without wauling a matiy points iu Minnesota Dakota OF- worked some little for speed Speedmont foi contained Sharp in tlie State Treas- Â¬ Nehiuska Kansas Arkansas Texas Tickler and the West filly All of them ury and New Mexico at One Fare for Ihe could beat 3 minutes in their 2 year old e Now that Tate has imjiairtd himself Round Tiip Excursion dates for the form and were handled ery lightly at the Legielature wants lo inijieuch him West North west and South west are j earlings and Speedmont could go his Is the pfece to go if ou want an thing in A good deal of fruit iu the pie it March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 mile in i 5 with ease the other two went aud 22nd June 5 and 19th 15SS Diamonds Watches seems XZ AND their mile in 242 and 43 and Tickler toM Tickets will he good tor return thiity Clocks Jewelry Fine Others of his produce are 3oo cash lor It would bo safe to state that dajs except to Texas and Arkansas good all of which are from common bred GoW IIeaded Silk Umbrellas Dick Tate had a good ei lale with which will be good sixty days For A mares Almont Blucher has trotted 3 which to enter the United full in formation please apply person Â¬ Gold Headed Uines V--- 7B g races and never lost a heat with less than colony iu Canada ally to nearest agent C I St L C Fine Ifcxois -He is a trotter and 3 months training The Congressmen who have grown Ry Fine Pocket Kives his colts as well as his breeding prove that J C Tucker O W P A 121 Ran Â¬ impatient at having to wait for he will transmit the same quality His dolph St Chicago III I wish to return my most sincere thanks Domestic Scwinsj Machines Carlisles speakership shoes could not C S LaFolIetle W P A LaFay for their liberal patronage during the past sire Athlete transmits speed his dam wait until Chief Justice Waite a as Blucher transmits speed Almont Ladv AND ALL KINDS OK 17 or 18 cars and hope that in the future laid await o rest before they felt etle Iud grand sire past may J II Martin D P A S E Cor as in theof the Isame in a measure prore 33 his Alexander s transmits speed his g compelled to wait on the Piesideut SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES worthy Abdullah transmitted g sire aud suggest that the weiglitof JuNtieo Washington and Meridian Sts Iudiun coming speed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hamble- Â¬ I beg leave to announce for the Wails judicial ermine be allowed to Hpolis Iud SIS speed so there is not a and shall I John Egau Gen Pas r Tkt season that thehave purchasedmost select tonian transmits fall 011 Carlisle largest and keep daily missing link Agent Ciucincinuiiti O stock in etcry respect that has ever been Almont Blucher is a show horse as well Dont you think Id moke a good 21 mar 3m shown in this vicinity and at prices that as a trotter having been shown eight pianist asked a liberal talking gen absolutely A lovely line of artificial flowers for times anJ got six 1st premiums and 2nd tleman of a young lady niubiciati as lie exhibited his long fiexible fingers evening wear at Mrs Floras mch2i 3t COMPETITION twice Well I niiiit say that you remind an1 SILVER and me mure of u certain nuisicul instru- Â¬ LIVE STOOK MAEEET EBPOET In fact I have bought so many goods that cet new --ooils for CORRECTED WEEKLY BY ment aud not a hurp either Until unless we have a genuine boom I am it or the By Red Wilkes sire of 13 with records LOPER CO DATER liable to have a good many left unsold so you do of a jtci former Live Stock Commission Merchants at I commence the CUT in time from 216 to 230 1st dam by Mat Hay Slaggl Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and A soilLOQUy den by Mambrino Patchcn the sire of Covington Slock Yards Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now IBy Dick Tale Borrowed from Theodore Nice new gilt paper from 15 thirty two sons and the sire of thirty two 10 cents Tiltonl cents per roll upwards Curtain Poles in performers and his mares have produced CINCINNATI OHIO MARCH 5 183S I won a noble fume Cherry Mahogany walnut and abony twenty five performers in 230 or better JL lint with a sudden trown Nice Window and sire from too cheap to name prices ZL 2151 to 2194 Sons of X JL3- JL SHIPPING CATTLE Shades complete with fixtures each 50 The jieople snatched my crown Good to Extra 4 75 cents and upwards Pictures and Picture Mambrino Patchen have sired the dams 4 65 And in the mire trod dow 11 Charley P 225 Ella Fair to Good 4 50 4 60 Frames cheaper than you ecr dreamed ofSilveron 219 My lofty liHine Common and Rough HEW GROCERY UPPER STREET Lennie two years 3 50-- 4 00 of In reganl to Mixed Paints with an two years 233 Good to Extra Oxen 4 oo 4 35 actual practical experience of more than 233 Orphia 227 Lulu Patchen three I had wnat men called friend Fair to Good Oxen 3 75 20 j cars in Uie mixing and spreading of 3 25 years But nov their love is hute 237 Dynamite 22s Linnette Common a 11 J Rough 2 50 3 00 paints I think I can claim to know some c Second dam by Gills Ver 22924 And alas Ive learned too late thins about Paints Never buy cheap BUTCHER CATTLE mushy soap paint made of water whiting mont son of Bonner Boy 1 23 V and of How muled minds unmate New and fresh goods throughout embracing tlie best brands and Uood to lixtra 4 359 4 50 bar tes benzine and other cheap materials Fair to Gond the dams of the King 229 --J Gambclta qualities And friendship end- 4 oo 4 2 which the manufacturers of same direct to Extra Fat Steers 4 00 4 25 flow on Why Because if you rub them Wilkes 226 and a number of others And now am I bereft Fair to Good Steers 4 00 out as any good paint ought to be applied 3 75 John WHkes is 16 hands high a beauti- Â¬ Good to Extra Cows As when some tower doth fall 4 10 they not having the wcessary body w ill ful 3 85 bay with two white feet behind very-Fair to Good Cows 3 25 3 75 not cover So buy a With battlements and wall Common Cows heavy mane and tail and as a show horse 2 75 22 Aud gate and bridge aud all Rough Cows and Oxen 1 50 2 50 has taken premiums at Richmond St Queeiiswarc Glassware Wcodcinvrc And nothing left BULLS Louis and every place where he was PURE STRICTLY Best Shipping 3 25 3 50 shown Rett Bologna 2 log 3 25 3LEiSS Egy Horses handled at reasonable OIL Fair Bologna 2 65 2 50 RELIGIOUS price but no responsibility for accidents Fair to Good Feeders 2 to 2 35 2 25 that has tlie body and made of a proper or escapes 2 io Preaching every Sunday night at tlie Common and Thin thickness so that they must be rubbed FEEDERS AND STOCKERS McKEETRAYNOR M E Church c out in order to obtain a satisfactory job mar143m Good Extra Steers 4 00 4 25 Absolutely the best mixed paint ccr Rev R R Noel will preach at Forest Fair to Good Steers 3 75 4 00 made Read the guarantee the strongest Grove school house Friday night Satur- Â¬ Good to Extra Heifers 3 oo 3 25 one ever offered to tlie public f 2 75 auglO 1 y day and Sunday and reorganize the Common and Thin Stackers 2 25 COWS AND CALVES Sunday school nci Vjraues 45 00S50 00 AT THE Rev Dr Henderson said in his sermon fairtoLiood 30 CKMS40 00 that the paint contained in this package Sunday night that he had not missed a Common 15 oo2 00 is Strictly Pure in every respect It is CASH OBOCERY Best Calves HOUSE 6 00 5 75 Sunday school for forty years can any Â¬ Fair VealGood composed of strictly pure white lead and to 4 50 5 50 pure zinc combined with pure linseed oil body beat that record Common and Heavy 2 oQ 4 00 OF dryers sufficient turpentine to Insure propRoads SPRING LAMBS Rev W T Hall or Maysville preach- Â¬ er working and such pigments as are re- Â¬ ed at the Christian church morning and uood extra Heavy f 0 50 7 00 quired to produce the various shades It Butcher 6 25 6 50 does not contain Gasoline Benzine Alkali eening on last Sunday and has an ap- Good Butchers Fair 6 00 Water Soap or Barytes When applied 5 50 pointment to occupy the same pulpit on Common and Tail Ends 3 co 4 00 strictly according to directions on each can will coer more surface excel in QUICKEST MOST DIRECr AND FAVORITE JLINE TO next Sunday HOGS appearance and surpass all other paints Select Butchers 5 70 5 75 not excepting strictly pure white lead Miss Mollie Marimon daughter of Fair to Good Packers 5 40 5 65 Will not peel crack or chalk off If not Rev D H Marimon a well known vjooo 10 extra jiguts 5 30 ON 5 40 found as above stated we will forfeit the New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga 5 00 preaclter of the M E Church South is Light llgs 5 25 value of the paint aud the expense of the itougns ana scalawags 3 50 3 90 application of same said to be creating a furor as an evan Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the gelist in Garrard county Atone of the LOUISVILLE TOBACO MARKET- A full and complete stock of meetings there were 51 conversions GEO WILLGlIfi of years ago His mother is siilTliviiigr He was married about one 3 ear ago to Miss Carrie Williams of Bank Xick Kenton couuly ICy He attended college for n while at this place and also at Georgetown and in both places lias a host of friends ho will ever oherMi his memory while at George- Â¬ town Iib joined the Baptist church He had been fur some time Deputy Sheriff of Madi on county and was probably oue of the best known young meu Iu the county as he was familiarly cailtd Gill had only to make known hit soiroua or roubles if he had any and from nil sections of the country tiie sympa thizing hand oould be seen Oa the other hand the troubled or distressed never left him eiupiy handed Gener- Â¬ ous to a fault he almost lived for his friends to the exclusion of his wants Hut now tiie shades of death have closed about him and the mother earth has received his lody No moie will mother see her darling boy no moie will tlie dearest wife welcome him hoine to rest from his daily wort He has gone and may the gieal God comfort the heart broken young wife iu her great sorrow Way the grass grow green over his lonely bed May the flowers Iiid by loving hands iud borrow itig hearts on his narrow- - home send forth their fragrant odors to kiss the raja of the morning sun May the birds sing sweetly over him for coming ages aud may his noble life be green iu our memories till death shall unite us all iu u world where sorrows bhall cease and the tired may have rest D Â¬ Bold on MOIT BLUCi JOHN WILKES prm Goods M 11 have been coming in for the past and will continue for two weeks when will have on hand the most complete line Footwear Furnishing Soods and Hats We have taken in Central Kentucky special pains in selecting this stock to the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Hess Bro and other excellent brands clas and warranted that are first Absolutely Pure Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices w LLCE JQfiES TO THE Mrj- ygg v3gah Tate-a-Tat- PEOPLE MABIS osr Hiei Th Main St Jeweler 1 Counties m P MWiZm 7 lsllljCxV Ma wJvSIIP I f iMW liVVd j5 J BR3ISG k Â¬ DEFY JOHIS WXZaKSS 1SBiiilJPijJ WimSTm W cas s II WfeAfli jffg vSTOVr fi7 ggy SSllssP Ml pZ ins - 00 lill STAPLE PAHCY G2L0GEEIES OXC3 LINSEED PAINT Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Eeans Peaches Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs TOBAOOOS -- WE GUARANTEE qUBM AID CE13CEFT HOUTb Â¬ Cincinnati Southern and Associate Â¬ Â¬ North Second Street STAPLE AND FA2JCY DIED Archie Walker died on Tuesday March 20lh at Ihe family lesideuce uear Paint Lick John Griggs died at his home 011 Silver Creek Sunday March 26th ISSS Was hurried iu the family hurry Â¬ ing grouud at College Hill oa Tues- Â¬ day Mrs W L Bulterwnrth died ot her home in Irvine Sunday March 2Mb ISSS Her remains passed through IMeJimouil yesterday and will be in tened iu the cemetery at Wlucheser Ezekiel Hollo way dlid at his home near llereu ou Thursday March 27th ISSS The deceased was about 50 years old and n sou of Ihe late Col Wm Hollo way of Lexington A wife and live children survive him His remains were laid to rest iu the cemetery at thin place Saturday Services at the Episcopal church to- FUKNIS1IKD BY I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ houseliold effects Hon Wm O Bnuiley has an article in the April number of U13 GkIs rmateries are iurieed hard lo North American Review on Per- fathom and iu the midst of life we manent Republican Clubs and are in death Like Iho blossoms of thinks they are fast converting springtime is the life of man though Kentucky into the Republican the certuiuty of life iu man is not so party That you know is merely marked as it is even In the flower I an opinion Many are the ead hearts over the death Â¬ I J bfinuel B Fox died at his home on Smitb Itallard street TiiursdnyMorch 22d at 10 oclock His death was sodden acd a sorrowful surprise to hid friends as he had only been cou fined to tlie house u dny or so and noihing serious was anticipated He leaves a wife and three small children w ho liave llw y uipatby of the entire community His funeral service were held at the residence thence his burial in the Richmond cemetery on Saturday nrsBd Central Union newt In CInduimtT iKUMmgefti fcoldhur itokct vki ihN iue Capt Walker Jr will be six years old therefore saved tranxfer rov tlie City oail are asMire a wruy UHoctxl with i this spting black with a little white ou nose 16i hands high heavy body gnod ON A style strong bone aud good muscle heavy mane and tail A fitie walker u lf via- - Queen and Crescent racker and trotter From his pedigree you will fee he is closely related to the old celebrated Capt Walker mid the old Canadian UwinU Paceuftr Aent frViTrTanBse Pilot two crosses of each which make K R x JtYAX General Baptrlntenilent him bred for trotters as well as saddle AuistatU General Piatonjer Ae Jno2itl iijit WHlker it the sire of the dam of Harry Wilkes 215 Gen Garfield 221 THE FAMOUd MULE JACK Procured Wm G Hn- Uristol Girl 2 8J etc Cajit Walker i T I I hereon 95 F S- tIs by Trojui Jr 1st dam bv Pilot Jr 4 I LSI 1 U ineton 1 C Fnrmlv Walker by Cnjit Walker by Old of Examining Corpse U S Patent GIYE THIS HOUSE i Mecumseh a Cnuadinu last pacer 2d Office experience 17 year Send dnin by Cojijerlid by Thos Hal a sieleJt ar model for at iu fast juicer Tinjan Jr Hired by Muirs Will make cbe present t eason at rf tahilily Correspondence solicited Trojan 1st dam by Did apt Walker stabJesof Y J Ctolliiip tlrn Brt 7decij 2dUnm by DonjiiMii by Wrarllelds eait if KfchiiMHHi en the Union l W jiu4 tf Uurlhuuo pike Muirs Trojan hy Murklys Jdiesrs Bessie Gum Halite Bigger llrignoliu BriguoliH 3 by stafl aud Lena Kt lley of Cleveland I wish the farmers and stockmen of Mamhrino ly Brands dam hy Tom CARRIAGE REPAIRING- Madison ot tinty to notice that I will Crowder by chief 1st Tor th Kj were the guest of Miss Florence be at bonnLt Fox linos Stablb In Rich Walkf r by old Canadian Pilot dam fiSJPaPFXfiilRSifffi totthoeo Capt Walker 58 M Shearer tlie past week Iajabie at sineof trvlro nli rrVl mond ou County Court day April 2t Ellen by old Canadian Pilot the dam t V y excursions have beta arranged at ona The nit friemki nf Tnn Rmltl lege ofreUirnnn any time durirg Lackey says he is again Casratinn and other surgical ojxjrtt-tloii- of Doniphan 2d dam by Parrlshs Mr James lieed lUIV Uuniao Hnrutlrimr im uacoia skillfully performed at reason Â¬ Medley 3d dam by a NRiigaiwet horse and J7i fteason MmmiM mare rove not t i v flrt piw good tor Minnesota Tickets r and candidate for Jailer aud intends to able rates lilra ut L O SehmliitH nlrt siamt fual Bring along your mare and s J dress C H Wabre B b JiTmul U prepared to do alt kiwis or William If vtm want a go jd male 0 where he stay with the boys tins time Three JAS L T LEWIS Cumage Repairing PalnUuffc cheers aud hurrah for Jim Veterinary Surgeon COLLIS It maris 4t Ast bu poat ma- eu-- -j um snurV 2m Hum day at 1130 oclock To morrow night Mover Darrrtt Louisville Tobacco ot 730 at which the sacrament will be Ware House administered Friday at 1030 oclock Sunday at 1030 oclock A M and 4 r m Sales on our niaiUet for the week Sunday is Easter and 1 acrament will be just closed amounted to 1333 hhd administered at the morning service with rcceipla for tho same period of A convention of the Sunday schools of 6i6 liluls Sales on our market since Tlte Bourbon Nicholas and Harrison will Jnnu try 1st nmottnt 23159 lihds assemble at the Christian Church here ofteiincs of hurley tobacco continue remarkably light and the receipts up next Wednesday and will hold until Saturday Elders Priest of Majsville to tlite date as compared with those of Clark of Mt Sterling Duncan of Mil the corresponding period last year lersburg Prof Cadis of Lexington and would indicate that the estimate U on quite a large representation of other the extent of lho croj of 1S87 have preachers will be present Bourbon been rather too large than otherwise Prices have thowu mmie improvement News during the week the advance being from SI 00 lo 2 00 per hundred Ihe 1100XE medium grades showing the most im- Â¬ provement Tho following quotations fairly represent our market m Burley There is very little sickness here tobuoeo Trash not colory and tobacco dara The early bird calohes the worm but the snow caught some of the aged by freezing 58 60 to 5600 Colory Trash S800 loS12 early vegetables Common Lugs not colory S800 to S P Witner Is having a large tobac Â¬ 1000 co barn built on his place uear the Colory Lugs 10 00 to SI400 shearer water tank Common Leaf S1200 to S14 00 Tlie select school at the residence of Meuiuni to good leaf 14 00 to S1800 R C-- Bofgs tuught by Miss Ruth Selgct or wrappery leaf 18 00 to 23 00 Crow closed on Friday laht Mrs R C Bogga lias a larger number of turkeys and more turkey eggs than any oue in this vicinity Â¬ 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 MciflalMits South East GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned oods7 Green and Bried Fruit ai SonMest Capt Walker Jr THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC Morning and JTiglit Trains ggMTSSNTS Only Line SSffiCTWou8 1 COAST- - This Fine Saddle Stallion will make the present season nt my stable on the Illchmnud aud Lexington pike 7 miles from Richmoud at the low- - price of the important ifclesoj UieSonfti wltUaat ehage TSSrVi I KID - 10 10 IniiiroALiuiifColt Tho money due in all cafes when a mare is parted with and a lieu retain Â¬ ed upon all colis until one year old for the payment of the service DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE- and plenty of every thing m my line This house is a TO J I have a of StlPPlPl TVn1 IPO --Z UKKX AND WtBKCBNTtwo ktwltllanMs WJ KOIJTS uuti ilVii1 rn DuunvMiuiu ruiuuunnrmwtrjKioa ffmiii JlEr ohf ill rnrir ties1 hltua I r oa Strictly Bnsiness i Nearly All the Leading Railroads SSSTcRiir KF Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash Travel J22 TPTn wh YOCJM GtEORGg Tet8riMTSnrpoi rhrt Ai pjt At 5 hG Season WJJS -t SI P WHITE r mm its i tlngg9mv- - -- s SXW WIHWS V3 HWHISW -- giwr 5f THE CLIMAX WIDNJDY Sunday will be MARCH 2S fcn m iSS Ea4er fitiiator BctiHett hao lite neatest law office In town Tliere wtte three fuuerals cemetery uii last Saturday - lu the Mr Newman of Wisconsin Is In the county luokiug for some line jacks Mr Win ArnoW Isoul again after a serous cold bordering on pneumonia A f pechtf choir will render Hie JSpkoopiiI beoHlifHl n ii ic at church on Cigarettes The following is from the Bourbon News rtev Father Tafle in charge Oi the Catholic church at Flemlngs burg has become so addicted to cigar- Â¬ ette bmiklug as to caiue great concern among his pariahouers and friends A day or two ago he Hiitiked lOfrcignrettes after which he went to the Mayorsoilice and stated that he had assaulted and badly beattn an attorney of the town and wished to pay a line and avoid publicity It was develop- Â¬ ed later that the attorney was absent from his home and that the assault existed only in the piiests distorted mind lie will be sent to a sanitari- Â¬ um Â¬ ser Sunday Mr Jake Whitn U t home from UeiTiJi and reports Hie mule market Jul He sold at fair prices ti Br L T Lewi- - of Wades Mill Ky Veterinary turgemi will be in Itioii county court day on See moml advertisement The MagMialtj have been called to next in Ihe Com Minus llurs day April 8th to eonbiderttie raIroad question assemble 1 is to Iwve anew national Mr M J fcjtreng father of Mr H J treog of this place ai one other trap ti e directors Sum Ballard in the same locality T e new cutter lor Mesrs Crook e caught eight polecats aud one possum Urineton arrived from out of one log and seven of the cats nk last week and k an eu were blHck 2u vi ti ieilia of fashions uiuile Willi lihk A Coon Story A Waco man who was in town Monday said tlmt Irvine Prather his tielghbor discovered that tlie coons had a formidable place of abode iu a cave on his place the indications pointing to a good number There were two openings into orrathur nm of the cave He set a steel trap at eacn oi uioee openings and iu ten days caught thirty six coonts But tlie remarkable part of the story Is thai the number was equally divkled males and females half and hal- fam that the males were all oaught at one opening by one trap aud the lemalea at tlie other opening bv tin Sweet Music Part of Miss Qarrfe Barbours music class performed In a muicale given by that lady on last Wetliierilay lo about Not the patrons and friends of the clase The selections were all pretty aud won hearty applause from the audience The pupils received many nice ootnplimeuts for their execution and rendition of the music The fol- Â¬ lowing program was rendered Duet Little Drum Major Misses HIgglns and Barbour Solo Song of the Miss Meriette Jones Duett Swallow LePoete and Le Paysan Misses Hart and Barbour Vocal Solo Dreams Miss Marian ille Smith Solo A Might iu June Miss ShUIc Letcher Part second Duet Our Fields and Meadows Misses Aunie Blight aud Barbour Solo La Belle Laurainej Miss Meriette Jones Duet Langbring Dove Polka Misses Higgins aud Barbour Vocal Solo- Downy Jailbirdsofa Feather Mi3 Mariawillle Smitln Duet Pestiicr Waltz Misses Letcher aud Barbour A lloonesboroush As Fish Story the time approaches for the fish- Â¬ lltiitt tsj t Judge Toney of Louisville has tluton They Mty he has made a decided that it is unlawful to work id Mayor lns always worked hard convicts outside of the penitentiary Mason Hoge Co worked a large f i the iariy and ought to be force of convicts iu the Main Jellico Mountain Coal Companys M- - Hal Ockroll and Mm Lizzie until the amount due them was mines 13000 bwh of Irvine took tlie The coal company K refused to pay uud iKk truin KiHg Nartli Monday Jlawin Hoge Co sued the coal matrimony bene They skipped by company The case came up light of the tnoou on Sunday before Judge Toney II o last Tuesday i zut from Irvine and wai decided against Mason Hoge Co the court saying that it was hardware firm of Wiggins Tie 11 trh have dissolved prtuerfelip Mr unlawful to work the convicts except within tlie penitentiary The opinion Krcck Mul Olilinue in the tHWiues 31 r iggms will devote hfc time and was published iu full aud occupied aUiiiti to tlie RwIihhhhI PIhuIuk about two and a halt columns iu the Courier Journal M li in w liicti lie is interested This will knock tlie wind out of I ml Jitnruie Gentry wlw quit those fellows soils who are howliu c iuhr tobaeiu two months ago about tlie convict- labor ou the Rich strac m itant ne of it for more than mond Nicholasville Irvine and sears is sticking to hits resolution Realty vllie Railroad J buns to a hee ami says he feels t- Mayor in Iliw Mitchells friends are press lo beemue a candidate for re Unlawful Labor Iiarit-ou ing season all proficient anglers are busy enquiring among their friends for new fields iu wliich to display their are after waters and piowess where the fiiiuey tribe sport in great numbers Naturally then this is the time of year for a fisherman to tell of the time when fishing in the deep hole at the mouth of Bitter Creek in a skiff he got a bite I iiat made his reel fly around like a buzz saw He finally got Iiim ill tow though and Jtst its he had him well under way the ti li shied at his shadow snaped tin Iole and made a dive for liberty So sudden ami game was the fish that it pulled him out of the boat wrapping the line about his tlie fishermans body The luu lusted for an hour He winds up his story by sai iug he straddled the fish pulled out hit pock et knife and stabbed him to death just as lie was about to drown cc And strange as it may 6eem lie ex pects you to believe him However this is true Mr Geo Beiitley ot Boonesboroush caught a cil fisli from the Kentucky River last week weighing 17 pounds Deposited iu tlie stomach of tlit fish was15latg fishing hooks 20 feet of line aud a pound of lead Â¬ Â¬ sinkers Circuit Uourt - li house- - At Georgetown he received mortgage debt c of 17953 41 Both crdera for ten xuils of c lot lief and a parties appealed from tlie decision of Bjod chare at iKher daces Does that tlie lower court and the Supreme tiotfjx ak well for a llichtnoiid house both judgments giving Turner the laud wliich is worth probably 75000 aud Johnson the 1795341 The costs in the case have run up into tlie thousands and it is better for both parlies tlmt the matter is finally settled Mt Stirling Gazette Court now affirms The now celebrated suit between Thomas Turner aud Col Thomas Julge Holt of the Superior Court Johnson of this city for possession of w j ieliver an oratiim ia Richmond 2WM acres of land iu DeKalb county jini Colli theOh aHuiverstiry of Missouri has at last by lv Order of Ofklfellowsliip in Ken the Supreme Court ofbeen decidedand Missouri t Mr P J Kewlon will rend a as both parties are non resideuts this Ii- - rjcil rkeich and the Daughters of bettles the controversy finally Tlie will give a popper Livingston Circuit Court decided this Mr Kit Covington of the firm of ease In 18S5 awarding Turner the Civmgton Mitchell made a tour land but also giviui Johnson a iudtr- Ian week and this in the interest of ment against Turner on land account Col c s But lie fum getting married u oeiter hasnt swore oil Turner Jensen Land Case Finally Settled Notwithstanding the fitful changes of tlie weather the city has been filled with people attending court Tlie docket slowly but surely being despatched The most important cae that had come betore the court until yesterday was the trial of James iiowiy for the murder of Dick Tooray some lime ago Major C F and A R Burnam for the defendant aud Commonwealths Attorney Chas J Â¬ Kids were received last week by the Kentucky WetleiHH College building t nntteeat Wiodiester Mr TIhh rjutier of this iducf bid 13500 f r tlie brick work ami Messr- - Kusihi of tle Jtcfaiuond Planing Mis bid SS4V for tlie creiiier Dr Pratt Dead vilt There were three bids for the Dr John W Pratt died at his home work and five for the carpenter Te Miccthsful bidders were notified in Louisville ou - last Saturday morn Â¬ ing of paralysis- He had an attack yot rday six years ago and another two weeks Lanter Sle ago Dr Pratt was born in Georgia Auctioneer Z E Bush reMrts the iu 1S27 was educated at tlie Unlversi - of T J Lanter near Jaekwrns ty of Alabama aud received his religIV ry on last Thursday Among the mennest ious training at Princeton Jy i u ever miw for a sale as fol ids profesfaors were the famous Alexan Â¬ ders Archibald and Joseph Addison Ijvs Fair attendance Six j teers wild for 544 a head and among his 12 Miller aud Hodge in The Railroad yeailugs S31 8 mi leu enwa 30 to 28 class mates were Dr Basil Manly Dr Wm Paxton and others 6 tctr calves 18 7 heifer calves 14 As per announcement Col Bennett Dr Pratt was ordained a minister Young aud Judge Richards represent- Â¬ i 17 ear old mare 5M yoke of oxen i iO 100 barrels of corn 385 100 in 1840 his first charge being at Ma- Â¬ ing tlie Louisville Southern Railroad I of wheat bacon 13 cents rion Alabama In 1850 he was called were iu Richmond ou last Wednesday Ier pound 6 Macks of hay 1U to 18 to a chair iu tlie Univertity of Alabama Also Messrs B M Arne and T C which position lie held for 15 years Welch of Jessamine county They per btatk He went thence to Brooklyn where he called together the charter members iliilaaatiipan had cbaige of a school but toon was of tlie Richmond Nicliohtsville Irvine lids literary society of young ladies called to Washington aud Lee College and Beattyville Rrailroad aud these vIU hold Open Set slou on Frhlay Virginia at which plaee he remained members opened a book for the pur evening March S0h In the chael ot until 1874 when he was called to the pose of receiving subscriptions to the MjIisoii Female I4Hwe The mem Â¬ presidency of Central University capital stock of the road The charter bers cf tl e society will offer a bright which position lie held five years requires that at least 200 shares be a J iiferestius programme to their going thence to Cincinnati lie was aNo taken before the organization can occur triii fueLiN and a most entertaining pastor of the First Presbyterian church In a few minutes 208 shares were eveiiing is promisetl It will consist of at this place From Cincinnati where taken and an organization was had instrumental and vocal music the hia scriuonsiii tlie Music Hall attracted Messrs Kewluud Jones Wm M fixraty paper recitations dialogues Mich crowds he went to Louisville Irvine and C D Chenault were elected C irrtfpondence reailings ami essays and upon the dewth of Rev Dr Stuart Directors for Madison county the two The yuung ladies will be glad to fee Robiusou in 1SS1 became pastor of gentlemen hereinbefore mentioned ul of their friends present from Jehsamine as Directors iu that Miss the Second Presbyterian church Dr Pratt was a profound scholar an county with several from Louisville Nannie Burgess of Maysvllte is Presi Â¬ dent or the Philamithean orator u useful man iu his various This beiug done Col Yuuug stated t places aud positions and tlie ablest to the Directors stockholders and oth Â¬ A Plain Statement divine in the Presbyterian church in ers present that he would undertake to Mr Wm Adams of the Glade pre Kentucky He went to Europe twice build a road from Louisville lo Beatty cnet a worthy citizen but whosetton on account of lite health but for sev- Â¬ ville by way of Shelby ville Laurence xvis mj unfortunate as to be arrested in eral years was too feeble to mniutain burg Versailles Nicholusvilie aud cttr ection uith the Post ofllee robbery actiye work Richmond for 250000 from Madison st Berea U of the opinion that not as follows The Dudley lironston Tragedy wtlisTaudiiig all that has been said Two thirds of the amount is to be en the Milject the publle lias not In the forenoon of last Thursday paid when the road reaches the Estill traKid the idea that his miii was en Ballard Bronston walked iuto John county line and the remainder when lTey innocent We attempted once McKenuad place ou First street in it reaches Beatty ville The bonds are t make that point plain and t ball eu Richmond and proceeded to or into to bear 6 per cent Work is to begin dcav ir once again to do so So far as the back room Turning round he in Madison county within six months we know or can hear there was no made a few steps toward the front and completed within 18 mouths whatever to implicate the door he drew a revolver aud idiot through the county and to Beatty -j- Adams and the caufecfhls Gilbert Dudley who was standing to ville within three years Coal is to be arrest was his striking resemblance to oue side engaged in conversation hauled at a sum not to exceed 3 cents e HIiiugsworth It was a remark- Â¬ Dudley fell and expired foon there-Â¬ per bushel and other freights in pro Â¬ able case of mistaken identity and after without uttering n wcini or man Â¬ portion But the precise details are lo that is all there is of it be left to the County Court Col ifesting any evidence of consciousness Brouston handed his pistol to City Young said the road would soon reach Btantifnl Music From Stones Judge Rice with tlie remark I made Lawrenceburg and he meant to begin Mr II J Norman manager of the a good shot aud was taken to jail by work iu Madison at once and com- Â¬ famous English Mtn Icu Family The that official Tlie act was sudden aud plete the entire line within a year or Tills from the Crystal PalaceLoiidon unexpected and it is believed by those eighteen months That eighty miles w here yesterday and made arrange present that Dudley never saw Brou- Â¬ had been built withiu the past year meuts with the ladies of theME ston and never knew what happened and the performance should be repeat- Â¬ Church to give one of their extraordi The bullet entered back aud below the ed He said the distance from Klch ry euterlalnments in the Court- right ear The burial occurred on moud to Louisville was only 97 miles house ou Monday nicht Aurll I6ih Saturday See obituary elsewhere by the Louisville Southern survey Tlie Company have played iu the In this isi ue of Climax Col Young took a memorandum ot iricijjl churches ami ins4ituttoiis of The grand jury being In session the of his proposition home with him and UiueJ States and Europe and cae was at once taken up and Brou Â¬ submitted it to the Board of Directors come most highly praised by the pree ston was indicted for murderand the of the Louisville Southern who en- Â¬ a J have the hearty endorsement irom case set for hearing before the Circuit dorsed It and it was returned to Rich- Â¬ -- e pulpit of both countries This Court yesterday Ballard Bronton is mond on Monday Tlie charter re Â¬ give an opportunity for our music well known iu Madison and adjoining quires that wheneverfity reputable a J amusement loving citizens to counties shall petition the County He is a son ofU S Reve- Â¬ citizens ie8 what la said to be one of the nue Collector T S Bronslon and Judge he shall convene the Magis Â¬ nst chaste artistic and novel musical brother to Commonwealth1 Attorney trates of the county for tlie purpose of perLrniHiicrs ever in this or any other C J- - Brouston submitting the question ot a subscrip Â¬ coui ry While digging in England Tite defence claims that Dudley had tion to tljepeqple The petition was Jr the purree of laying a water main been unduly intimate with Bronstmis circulated tlmt- day aud a hundred feiiue j ecuhar rocks were dug Hfi awl wife hence the tragedy but the pros kslgiiere wew readily- - obtained The ly accident were discovered twglve ecution snys that if any undue inti petition was then presented to County I rrusical souihIs utilike anything maey existed the circumstances Judge Chenault who thereupon en Â¬ e rr leard Tliey are arranged on two were such that the defendant ought not tered an older calling the Magistrates r cj rsta sireleJied ona tramp and to have resorted to violence j together ou Thursday April oih k a kuiiij a malletNHmprBUs peculiar It Is desired by the Louisville SouthJudge George Denny of Lexington is uoif nts are ued by tlieTOI family his been employed by the prosecution ern the Directors of tlie It K I B atmug them and okl fashlened boot- - and Is assisted by County Attorney R R that every citizen who can be J such a our forefathers used to Sullivan ou SatThe defence Is rep eseuted present be at the Cotirt-i-out-- e hurl at cats from the back window by C P urday to aid in forming the proposi A R Burnam W B trwer particulars will be given tion It is important lo have men of Smith aud Parrisu Turner trk Â¬ Brouston for the prosecution The Court house was filled Friday after Â¬ noon to hear Mr A R Burnums speech At 530 Mr Burnam closed and court adjourned until 730 P St when Mr Brouston addressed the jury for an hour or so in a very severe speech which was heard by a packed hnue The jury returned a verdict Saturday morning for voluntary man- Â¬ slaughter aud a sentence of three years iu tlie penitentiary Com vs Jesie Wan en gaming 10 and costs Martin Clark vs Com breach of peace S50 Com vs Birt Haley concealed weapons S60 aud 10 days in jail Com vs Jas Ashbery violating Sabbath S5C0 Com vs Lewis Lisle concealed weapons SS0 Com vs Bony alias 25 Jas Smith concealed weapons and 10 days in jail Com vs Jas Asbery unlawful sale of liquor 23 and costs Com vs John Baker unlawful sale of liquor S75 Com vs Win Turner col grand larceny 2 years and six months in the peniten Â¬ tiary Com vs Millie Cobb grand larceny not guilty Com vs Jno Turner concealed weapons 35 and costs Jits trade and profession of syrup male of Orleans sugar lo present- - Dont stand bach and say thai made of t he white HtierwHrtla that so and sought to have Rice griddle C kts are very delicious been Inserted Let ail be present The rice is cih kd until peifrdly of- drained dry m shed with a m u PERSONAL until tlie grains irv vwtt broken up For each cupful of rice take two Hon W T Tcvis was in Frankfort one pint of milk one looping tea jK u last week ful of Royal BxKiug Powder oue laif Mr S L Tudor of Irvine was in the teuspooiifiil of salt aid flour enough to make afthln baiter city Monday For homiuy cakes take two cupful Mr Thomas Hughes of Lexington of cooked liomluy and crush It with spent Sunday with friends here a potato masher uutil it is a smooth Mr John Farley of Glenmary Tcnn mass Adtl one level teaspoon ml of visited his old home here last week suit two teaspoonflds of Royal Baking Rev Harry Henderson A M of Ver- Â¬ Powder aud oue cupful of flour Stir together then add by degrees one sailles spent last week with his parents quart of milk and lastly three well Major I N CardweM and wife of beaten eggs Bake iu thin cake Winchester are guentc of Mrs Lena Fox Very deilrate ami delicious cakes are Miss Katie Phelps left Wednesday for made by allowing two teH ixmiifuls of an extended visit to relatives at Stanford Royal Baking Powder and one half Mr Milo Batter of Otter Creek hal teaspoouful of salt to one quart of gone to the Rocky Mountains for his milk and sufficient coin meal mixing iug all iuto a smooth thin butter no health eggs or butter are used fur these The Mr and Mrs James Winn of Winches- Â¬ cakes bake quickly to a rich deep ter visited Mr and Mrs Robt Miller brow u and are extremely lender aud last week light A vry delicious t weet pancake is Ed Hume and Win Embry of Silver made by taking one pint of sweet Creek were in the city on Sunday milk four egs two tublci pooiifuls of Lancaster News powdered sugar two lablesoonfute of Mrs James Bennett left Friday for an melted buiter one tablespooHful ot visi extended to Washington City Royal Baking Powder nud lliur Richmond Va and other poinUi enough to make a moderately llilu Beat the egg- - whites and Mrs Annie Lync and Mrs Pattie batter yolks separately uutil well frothed Bedinger of Lexington attended the funeral of their brother Ezckicl Holloway stir tlie butter sugar ami one cupful of flour into which tlie baking powder on last Saturday lias been mixed iuto Ihe yolks then Misses Sallic and Lucia Duniain have add the milk If needed add mure been in Cincinnati for tltc past week flour JUke m smalt ctUis butter Miss Lucia returned Saturday Miss each one as it comts from the fire Sallie will enjoy the city n few weeks yet place four in a pile wiih very thin Mr Chas Williams and Mies Stella layers of any ki id of sweet Jelly be Williams of Blue Bank and Mr Banister tween and powdered sugar over the of Sliermart Ky attended the funeral top They should be baked very thin services of J Gilbert Dudley on last Sat- Â¬ and four served to each person urday Baby Bunting Again Col II M McCarty Assistant Secre- Â¬ One of the greatest literary hits of tary of State under Governor Knott was the season is the story of Haby Bunt Â¬ in the city on Wednesday last and called ing or tlie Alphabet of Love by at the Climax office The Colonel is Laura Jean Libbey which is at pres Â¬ proprietor and editor in chief of the ent being published iu the columns of Jessamine Journal at Xicholasvillc and The New York Family fctory Paper was over to see how the people of Mad The paper containing tlie opening ison stood on the R K I BRR chapters of this wonderfully opuljr question rolliauee has appeared Hie tremend ous rush for that number by the young SILVER CRBEK ladies allows clearly that the publishers have btruck a bonanza Tlie Family Any one having any old knives Story Paper is for sale by all news Barlows especially or pistols which deulers or will be sent to any address they wish to sell or swap oft are re- Â¬ four mouths postage free for 100 quested to call on Mr J Hunid Em- Norman L Munro Publisher 24 aud 2G Vaudewater Street New York bry at Warwick office this place 11 Mr E C Nelson the boss cooper Evolution Tight boots makes a is now shipping to one of ihe largest corn corn makes whisky whisky distilleries in Central Kentucky all the makes a man tight In hit boots cooperage they are using this winter Boston Commercial Bulletin Ills reputation as a cooper is known We cant tell you with any degree all over the State and he keeps a large force constantly employed to of certainty who it was wrote tlie supply the demand for Ids work Mr poem entitled Beautiful Snow be Nelson is also engaged iu tlie log busi- Â¬ cause it is a di potod point but v ness and shipped three cur loads of can tell you to a positive certainty walnut and oue of cherry last week that Gaolers chicken cholera cure via Newport News to Europe will restore your sl ck chickens to per- Â¬ If it falls to do it your Our very efficient depot agent and fect health money will be refunded by Stockton Jk Postmaster Sir E O Fnrrls has U been quite sick for several days but is Willis now improving aud it is hoped he will Court day Dinner be able iu a very few days lo resume Dinelli will have oysters fish celery his business Mr Fan is lias been here ham egK Meak o iflee breads cakes for twenty years and during all that and numerous other good things for lime has been constantly at his post dinner ou next Monday county court During his illue s his office lias been day This is about the last chance you conducted in a most satisfactory inan will have at the oysters this season uer by his daughter Miss Delia tlie By tlie May court day strawberries accomplished telegraph operator at ice creum and soda water will be ready at this place for you Tlie Hume boys are now engaged in Call at Dinellis and get your dinner making what they iptcud shall be one Mondny It of the best half mile trotting tracks in Central Kentucky They are of tlie VT Ot the good things of this ife ar sorrowfully let git up and git kitid of boys and YtaVXVX when they undertake to make a thing clone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers euro Dyspepsia Dyspepsia go she has to go They have now on Indigestion Tablets will end Constipation sold on a hand a number of good youig horses positive guarantee at S3 and GO cents by aud mares and will increase tlioir W G White P escriplion Druggist t tock as occasion may demand Mr Mrs Flora will lurnih you with hats T V Boudinot who knows his busi- Â¬ and bonnets for Easter mch21 3t ness when he has hold of a horse will have charge of their stock and track Dalys Theatre idiow iug Tlie Rail Â¬ during the comiug season pMtuengers change road i f Love cars at Chicago on that rood New Tills place is about ten miles from Richmond on the K C R R and is Orleans Picayune by large odds the most Important ship- Â¬ Horses Shod ping point iu the county outside of Road Horses Trotters aud Runners Richmond The village of Silver shod iu any manner desired Creek is owned almost entirely by the I have an extra lot of W S Hume Co aud Warwick dis second growth limber for repairing all tilleries These two linns are com Â¬ kinds of vehicles Repairing machin Â¬ posed of live energetic business young ery a specialty All work guaranteed men Tins is a point of great im- Â¬ Simp back of Brookss drug store portance to ihe Revenue department Sfebly S L M1DKIFF of the National Government as the tax collected here amounts to ArmeHs is the pltn e to get you a many thousands of dollars each year nice watch cheap He has n new This place being surrounded by the stock 011 hand aud they are beauties most excellent farming lands which mrl4 4t are owned and conducted by the best of farmers is a great point for shipping A new stock of milKrtery at Mrs Flo wheat hogs cattle etc raV on Second Street Latest New York every calling -Â¬ Â¬ fj k Children They are es peclally liable to sudden Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cough We guarantee Ackers English etc Remedy a poelttvo cure It saves Sold by hoars of anxious watching WO Wliiu- - Prt cri jtion Druggist A full lini- - of ribbons rucliings gIote kerel collar and cuff and other attractive things for the Iadico at Mrs Floras on Second Street mch 2I 3L h-- rvo A D RUFF SHACKELFORD GENTRY k CO II Armer ha Silverware an immense stock of mar14 4t the ulster Fall River Held by the enerfiy you are unable to redeem Advance The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond W H K el ley will build you a od house cheaper than any man lu town Satellite mar7 tf Armers is the place to get a good Clock oheup mirl4 4t IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAYING BBS IKAIBK IX IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 Watchee Clocks Jewelry Sliver and YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN aid Jeweler If you waut tlie lightest the whitest aud best flour hi town go to T J Tribble the First street grocer in28 3t T Plaled ware etc Special attention given to Tiibble makes a specialty of fine Hums Breakfast Bacon aud AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Lard mar28 3t Many a hcmely uuuttiuotive girl gets a husband on account of her pa Promptly value Life J SETTING DIAMONDS We keen constantly on hand a large rtoek of BUILDERS IIARDWARE of all kinds as well s IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Afeoa LARGE and FULL LINE of aU mmmK in other hue that we Special attention given to rurnihing Naik Hinges Bolts Ac for Tobacco handle Barns We are the agents for the moot celebrated RESPiLIRZiyrOmanner - Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers You will get rtrsl cluss groceries at The Buckeye Twine Binders Reaper and Mowers Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver T J Tribble mur28 81 The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 3o of Aent having bees mM by tw forget the place next door Thejr have no equal Dineiii will h ive a good dinher next Dont lo the Post otllce Rlciinoud Ky Monday county court day H None better Meftel Steel Plows and Double Shovels jan4 tf Hill Side and Turning Ptows James II Halls Steel You can smell some mens smiles even when you cant see hem Ex- Â¬ The Celebrated Browns Walking and RUing CwMvatefs change The Celebrated Big Injun Sulkr Plow entv hoe to be seen to knawinntk J e best in the market I AM AGENl TheKeystons DhA Harrow that is frtunmooii the best hi nse FOR HIE gSMisrvBrnuHEj U The Only RehaMe Corn Planter VamMVer Rotary Ask sH who have toon ag EASIEST truss fiem At Ieat too of then in use m the county WEARING The Evans Corn Drill the only ona that has proved a perfect amcsii TRUSoii Earth sold them for years Call and see it The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand Xsnt snaal to W G- - Wiutk Prescription Iruseit it Also a foil line of other kinds of Feed Cotters 2il St near Uarnett Hou e tnai28if The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon And now the equitibrious pedestrian We have also taken the agency for th- - Craker Fdrtwfeer an J Chiinkiil CoT Fer- Â¬ on Lhiluths slippery sidewalks says iu tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try k est eor tefcaeso aeeeuta niufll d but meaiiiiigiil My potatoes ami wheat in fact anything that grows sole be on thy uuard Pnrasrapher keep a Kst of alt Farming Implements that we sett and who bars them 3 ttat aro fretful peevish and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satitCtctfon that they give can CVV0 cro8g or troubled with Windy Colic Teething Pains or ask parties usinj them Stomach Disorders can bo relieved nt once by using Acker3 Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine hence 13 safe Price 23 cents Sold by FOR GOODS FOR ILL ARE DETERMINED TO W G White Prescription Druggist GENTLEMEN done ami in a workmanlike II Me JVc w 8 Skoe eeueLs M HEP Oue of tlie Western ranches is owned ami managed by a woman She is probably the cow belle of the West Boston Commercial Bulletin Green Frost Millinery New good from New York an ex Â¬ perienced trimmer from Cincinnati house refltiished and every thing new and neat First street Mug J F Stone tf Wants the earth u corjise ton Eitfrprl CharlesÂ¬ The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As sty lish and durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacks or naik to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe Buy the best None V genuine unless stamped on bottom L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted AY L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 slioe which equals custom made shoes costing from d to 9 W L DOUGLAS 1250 SHOE is unexcelled for heavy wear Â¬ The Housekeeper can fold all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can nJ all he wants under oar roof Machinery Trace chains c Hames Hay forks Shovels Builder can fowl aM he wants The Carpenter and The Blacksmith and Wood workman can Snd the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town Wc of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle bwt ak aU to come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in oar 127 foot store honse They win find V L DOUGLAS worn by 2 SHOE all Boy g and is the best school shoe in the world J S OliifiS All the above goods are made in Con Will M ll yon youi carpels at a bottom gresx Itutton and Lace ami not f oW llgufV He Sews and them for by your dealer write W L ifDOUGLAS you ami thus rids you of tlie trouble lrotktH Mass in Matching them Call ami see JACK FREEMAN Agent RidnMHd Ky jrnilS 3m him febi tf Armers is the place to net you a THE nice silK umbrella with a gold head THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS Wc ako run a TIN SHOP in confection wMt oar business and only employ the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic hinsntf wilt most competent workmen give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING REas he has done in the past C PAIRING Our long experience in our business enable us to be weU up m it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for casa enables us to buy at the bottom price Dont forget that you can always and the and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of Â¬ Las mar 11 14 4t 1 The man than a better wIh wagers iot is lietter Baltimore American To get a Ftnt-CIiV--ui II lshioorCo-03cr-tvcC- j3 yH vk r SHACKELFORD GENTRY mchJi tf CO- - Do you want Hire drugs ami the heht You brands of tolwcon and cigars can find them at I J Brooks Junc22 S Glib RBir aJ PRSS A KvWJ V5sf fSy B u MS g8 Ba WW i tf LOWEST GASH gg p JU H3 fv n Tlie weather is too warm for toboggan Call at Mrs Floras on Second cap Street and get a new spring hat mi 3t Bnlll 1 gill h inPi - I M Thousands of t ic i st 800 Sold Watch ever madf arc soil- Â¬ c- Clubs ing in our Co oicrati Stout Conrrnti vt This is the Tf it ChtcrK-Gotai oport Tommy Oh fair Ttratc bec and nty cu ttn cf feting W iniSere u cow aud an old woman Both The watches operaive Shot re Lever ttcm doing well Morning Journal e That are fraught with great interest to the purchasers that visit our store in search of i- - Armers is the place to get your plated Knives ami Forks cheap marl4 Carpets 4t I tw arcorc--eootainlns evey t enl taa njmcnoa patented Utny end have la iJd improvements tound iu n i r lier at ciu Thcv aro absolutely the only IMifad Otzsirpref 3tarr menu msde in U3 WcrJ and are jeweled The Uuoagbaat with uiY CXAJJ US s tic strongest and PutsKf Stern U nt e i is y equal far cp simplest me4e Tlry as fnl pcararee afCHnuttfTtklUfJ nail service toantf75iratr7i fjurccrTcrativcCInhSysteDi brings them vihJn the rvacU f cvtrj cae Aaii White Goods Laces iri Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes You will find Ihe biggest stock the Prettiest Patterns tlie Latest Stvles anil the Lowest prices at J S Collin jiul8 3m - wMsinmm ems eo t i Ctotaui Wjfrj WU t a Hats c England pays tlo000000 a year for Imported egg Neither the sun nor hen seems lo set on British territory Louisville Courier Journal mi Ui It 1 pnr- Li p 1 ASEiiTS - Uz- - Save icw tiiliif 1 Zormisg Money KZ1 L13CE CITY aip HAVE aorKCIEJ U11 EVERYWHERE rT W fc WAKT inch4 6m We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit Rpmninlni nfllee at Richmond MHreh 27 1888 nnclniroed Ky in week ending the Pot 1 Muchie Lena Case White McCormick Jas Collin Tom Parks Mary Embrv Mana Torter J C Fox Joe styles mchi 3t Gibson Nannie J Reed W O SrEEDWBLL Sutton R G Co Gripjs Charlie Armer will sell you a genuine Pebble Hockadav Dovie Turner Delia Turpin Eliza Spectacle for 8 ami warrant you a fit Martin Wm 2 Wood Mary Eliza Miller C P Farmers are very busy sowing oafs mar14 4t Post ofilee hours from 0 a m to 7 p Mr O Maupiu Is better and may jr Money order and registered letter Armei lias a nice new assortment hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p r get up again of diamonds that lie is cllering very J B WILLIS p jr scarce and cheap and lliey are the very best Feed is exceedingly should rass be late some tock will be marl4 4t lost 1 BUILDER AND Is prepared to do ait Kinds of 0U MUST COME AND SEE THEM We are confident of a just verdict CONTRIOTOR BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK AT THE MOST WHITE such a OOD 10 as- plain striped INDIA LINENS in A large crowd assembled Maupins burial on Tuesday week at Mr of last A man down in Oldtown Ale never eat hii oy bter aud yet he has attended church fairs regularly his life Somerville Journal W EC jill Is prepared mar7 cihce ir Â¬ te - Â¬ Â¬ -- Subscriptions arej being takn to We have just received a piece of build n turnpike road from Speedwell by to the ford at Drowning Creek on the music called Silver Bell Waltz the popular composer Charley Baker Upper Irvine aud Richmond road which we can recommend to our read- Â¬ ers tts very good it not being too Pancakes in Variety dillicult and at tlie Mine time very On cold winter mornings pancakes showy It can he played nu the piano of all kinds hold nu important place or organ ami will lie sent at the special at the breakfast table Tlie oherished price of only 11 2c stamps Addrees buckwheat cake most prominent of J C GfROENE CO 30 nml46 Ar- Â¬ all from Thanksgiving Day until cade Cincinnati O It early Spriug is seldom absent from the Fresli Oranges Lemons Banana morning meal iu the genuine Amer- Â¬ household ican When properly Apples Nuts of all kinds fancy and c will alwuys be made this is the most delicious of all plain Caudies mir28 3t the griddle cakes but it has been found at TV J Trlbbles when made from yeast or against it I Imve a remedy giuinifed to cure risen over night that it was difficult Chicken lioltra ami other diwatss to make light ami sweet and that among fowls I will refund the money disagreeable effects frequently followed in every case where ihnremcMy fails Its eating It Is found that by lie W G Whitk use Royal Baking Powder to raise the PrecriHiiin Drugglt mar28f batter these objections have been 2d St near Gatnett House overcome and that buckwheat cakes Dont forget A H Lulorn green are made a most delicious food lllit nweet temler axd perfectly whole- coltee at 20 cts He sure and call and some that can lie eaten by any oue see Ills new stock of groceries before elsewhere It In- Â¬ Juuyln without the blightest digesti v Ouce tenleil I rum the convenience vO o Blood ElUIr is the only follow lug leceipls no other will be X tVVASV j00d Itemedy guaran Â¬ ti ed Two cups of buckwheat one teed It Is apositive cure for Dicers Erup cup of wheat flour two tablespoons of tiens or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies tho system and bantehes aHBheumttc Royal Baking Powder one half len v hole ad Neuralgic pains Wo guaraateo it spooiiful oft alt nil sifted well together Sd1 by V U White rrecritioii Mix with mill into a thin batter and Druggist bake at once oil a hut griddle 3 S Colliuss Tlie purest and lichest i yrup is made by dissolving sugar in the proportion Is the Headquarters for Nice Fuui of Ihree pounds of sugar to one pint of ture Lac Curtain Window fcjlmtfcs water Many persons prefer the flavor j Cartels Jcc jaulfi 3ui -Â¬ Ue is witli an experienced set of and in the best manner hands to do alt kinds of house building thoroughly educated Carpenter and repairing Give him a call and builder and those contemplat- Â¬ tf Contractor and Builder KSZalaSY Reasonable plaids Eates checks and in stripes checks and plaids MULLS stripes The BTJTE2B GtJXDB Is issued Xnrch and Bept i omeb yesx It 13 lu oncy jolopedia of useful tafer r motion for tZ chaso the- 3 sccassiicsn clothe you on- b11 the coo sea appliances lo i eat- fish bent r or stay ct har13 rstyles axtd cOv- c-what Is required t Co c- ik l CMFMTAY ad T eatfcmlAOf tbc raluo of tic I -arjHE which roll bs ssu ko receipt of 10 oonts to ury Not r MONTGOMERY WART C f --- ing building will do well to secure an estimate from liiin Office at his residence on Hallie Irvine Street June22 SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and tf TAZOO I Seville RECORD EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica Piatt and Remnants of White Goods and soiled ic 240 Ul lliKleWgaaAvocue mch21 6m Cir - BROTHER TO YUBA 22U By Harold dam by Belmont 1st Mambrino Chief 2d 3d Roebuck 1th Whip -- Embroideries a few that will be sold Will stand at Silver Creek Madison county Ky at 40 To Ixsurk A Living Colt For fur- Â¬ ther particulars address ui at Gil portion of C1 vrec n m o nmw a if vs nr rnv farm known as the Owens place tour xkj ouiviiiLn e v ni rMM fa4 Ha OWUUtl truon IIIIIC 11UWI vtA UUHK An llHUUJ the Central Railroad Aladiton county leutlv 4m FAEM for SALE BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings and- - I PJAPKISJS and TABLE XrHSKlffS ne boundary contains Creek We w7ant to make this the Greatest ACX QS J03 well improved cf Land MEM for SALE White Goods Sale ever known Prices Having a Rood k house cistern garden tem and other Comeand look i wm en pubHctv ti fcm of Hannah that speak for themselves building gOd fcnce and an abumisui All of the a Hu nton containmc supply of nevcr water at them the time for laro e aqsort- land is hi Imte grns nd has been for O cars c road leadios from Otter Creek to Muddy 1 out- Â¬ Mii n be plowed with eas twenit iire n The entire truct and it urtable for 24 The land U limeftonc hundred acres wiih ah sjjjar tree and walnut timber Terms ea v R 1 JlcCOKD mdjjt tf VLi Hotikc Ky RhiKil z and V j nvie j from Levnsjton htlween the and Tate CreeV pike between ociociv on MARCH v P N BUSH Tblstee addretHh 1S AORE1S ChtUU ment ot O county Ky Indian Clark i n Jln H i and Low Prices at J STREHGS ISammoth IicaisTiRe Store ir II THE RUSSIAN POLICE Three Systems of Kplonfi Directed by an Uuacrupulou ChleC Tkere ar three separate and distinct systems of polio each tf which is indepetwlerit ntths sthe ami bns a different dtk f ifc arc dirtrsted by one head the mighty Ures r The first system is the ordinary foree o patrolman atteh 94 is found ia all cities for the pravemtioa awl detec- Â¬ tion ef ordinary crime It is composed of veteran seWlers who wear the mili Â¬ tary unlftrm nitd wear sabers in the streets instead ef clubs The second or gendarmerie ka large fcedy of special agents scattered all over the empire one or two in orery town who are snperior to the regular paliee and are authorised to call Bpett them at any lime to make arrests or to as ist in-- invoetigatioHS They are well Lhowh to the public WMur a distifigiiiehiiig Hniftrm and their btrgfeiees is to deteet ami investi Â¬ gate frattds upon the revenue to pre vet aad detect official dishonesty and to leek after the proper administration ef the seVeral offices This system was first organised by the Emperor Kiehelas earlr ia the cenlrrr It was reported to him ihat there was a large amount of oormption in the different jHvriees and calling hs Preearator Rneral he sail that he wotild hang erery fficial who stole the value of a 4eee of rope Then your Mu jest v will not be able to MM your offices replied the lmt Xicholas thonght he nettld try S 6 Ieting the best men he cotild find be sent them threBgbattt the empire as ppes upon his eMeiaVs From this beginning the system has become jtermanent Tkee social agents are known as the polit- Then comer the hated and hatefnl third feeiion1 the spies who exist Ifa every branch f ths sociiL politcal ami commercial world are unknown to the public and to each other They ave everywhere and number then semis Women in liu high st society nioMoi prince lawyers eAerks in inercaatiie houses workmen in the faetaries waiters at the hotels and oafi s hmrmaids lroky drivers ped iWs etrttrteea is house servants no me knows who A mans wife or Mm or Tidet may he in the pay of the pnHou perhaps it U his brother or iArtor Ererrbo ly in K ussia is stts prctcd of hetonging it the mueh-fear-- sl ihird teeth but no one wohWI dare eoufes that he is a spy These yeosdu are not paid salaries hut are jrie on eh sums of money as the yoWoe authorities think they hare Kuseiau Cavern meut has the inert extensive and Willful spy sys em fu the worhL All the rapiials of E11 nat are full 4 its secret ageus The rratetn is s complete that there is -eareely a person ih S Petersburg or Xoseew or any of TJm larger cities who does not feel that he is constant Â¬ ly timier the espionage of ome branch of the police and the people are Naturally very cautious A single wwmd from a spy may send them to prison a secret denunciation may transport them to Siberia The in veetigatioHS are always secret and the aecuted cawi not confront his ae tteer he can not have the benefit of legal ooiincut nor communicate with his friends unless the poliee hare some motive for ermitling him to do so W S Ottrii w CAeye Aeun Urn VALUABLE A DIAMONDS Ercr Sen The most valuable diamond for its size that has erer been in this coun- Â¬ try is now here in tho hands of a dealer oa Maiden lane not for sale hot that he may if possible find a ma to to it a job that he is about giving up in despair I have bought diamonds from him and can obtain for you tho priv- Â¬ In TIiU Country Dealer CbaU Aboct thn Rarest Gem ilege of seoing this magnificent stone if yon care to have a look at a gem that is worth remembering all yonr life When I toll you that It weighs but three and five eighths carats less a thirty second that tho ownor has refused over 7000 for it and that he will cheorfully give S10 003 or per- Â¬ haps nore for a match to it yon will probably find in those facts a practical answer to tho question if diamonds have beonio cheap Europe and America have been ransacked to find its mate but thus far in vain A blue stone of its purity tl tint perfection of make and size is not known to exist cillier in private collections of gems in the hands of dealers or even among royal treasures Not ft great while since the newspapers made men Â¬ tion of a pair of diamonds then in New York that weighed to Â¬ gether fifteen carats and wero held at 50000 That seemed like a pretty good price for stones that are getting common and clienp but it is far less in proportion than the worth of this blue stone At its determined value upon the basis of its resent size if it were as large as one of that matched lair it would be worth about 32000 ami as tUe value of a mached pair of fine diamonds is far more than double that f 0110 of the pairsingly two such blue stones weighing together fifteen carats would cost almost a Kings ran Â¬ som far more any way than 64 000 BURMAHS METROPOLIS JIir O10 CilT il Rangoon is the capital of British or Lower Burma whk h Ml into En glamls lap into 185i At that time it was a poor place onlr celebratetl for its great agoda It lies o i the Irra waddy al oat thirty live miles from its mouth and has doiibletl its population several tiwi s withiu the jtast thirty Jit c year is the gr at snipping port of t lie two BurmaM doing a trade of nearly 100000000 a j ear In riee ex riaiot it stands to the worhl as Oleosa did and Chicago does in wheat and nt abroa 1 last year net much under a million of lous It also exports vast quantities of kuteh brown dye which is supj osel le preeerre m ts and sails from rot Ihfc is a sort of gum obtained by boil Â¬ ing down the heart wood ef a speries of acacia Hides teak timb r and boms are also exported larey There are about four hundred Europeans resid-Â¬ ing here They have handsome bunga hW6 and goo I grounds more iu con sWeraMe style ami do their Lupines m fi e business houses Some of the OMnee hard stbsianiial places of buiinpoi The r maimler of the tewn is of frail light frvtme huts with vmNs of plated liamboo and roofed whh pabn thatch or leaf shingling The first thi we was to vhdt Um Sehway Dagohr Pyar or Guidon Pagoda This is one of the mwetsuereJ of the Buddhit monn mesite and shrines of Asia and is claimed to b orertwn thousand years oM In k are several of Buddhas hairs and other relies and under its foundations are said to be vast treas depositeal in ages pat by those ut wh desired to obtain immorlal merit by their gifts to the Buddhist cttleutl f Kiison Appear to Ryes Oc io dl The promised private view of the wonderful bluo stone was obtain a few days later It w as truly an amazingly beautiful gem well worthy of the en- Â¬ thusiasm with which the connoisseur spoke of it Temporarily set in spring clamps for convenience of handling without soiling its dazzling facets it was put Ik ski e an absolutely flawleys brilliant of the first water of almost equal size that alone had appeared a thing of matchless beanty Compared with the resplendent glory of the other stone however the white 0110 seemed to fade ami grow dulL The blue of this matchless gem is of that rarest tint that i3 deomed tho absolute perfection of the dia Â¬ mond giving it the highest re Â¬ fractive power and greatest brilliance of color All the various and fires that glow deep in the heart of the royal opal seemed to dart in vivified and intensified flames from its facets Qiiveriug in the spring shanked clamps its play of dazzlingly Lrilliant color provoked an optical illusion by whioh it appeared to dilate and contract as if it were pulsating with life The adventures f this regal gem have been rather romantic In 1810 il disappeared from among tho treas- Â¬ ures of Isabela of Sp dn but whether it was captured in the looting of the jmiIhci or was solen by an officer of the royal household- - under cover of the jK cvailing disturbances as is by some alleged is undetermined At all events it got to Amsterdam where it was roeut with great ini pr vement of i s Lrilliancy and twenty years lat r was resold to Q nen Isabella whose circunntancos had bettered iu that interim But by 1371 her vicisoititdinflijs luck had changed again ami -- be had to Sll it in Pars An American gentleman bought it awl brought it over here thinking that he knew of a mate for it but when tho stone he had in ntiud was compared with it the mtendel match seemed hardly more than blie glass Back to ParN he sent his gem to have a mate found for it there ami for several years the quest was oihiUhihhI vainly all over Europe Two or three roars ago he got it batk booing that in the mean lime lite ma ly diamonds bought in late years by our numerous million- Â¬ aires might be a match for it There does not how rcr seem to be as yet auy rosect of realization for his hope Since it has been in his hands he has had it suljecied to another cutting for the jKrfic ing of some of its facets in which operation it was reduced by a thirty scod of a carat from its revious weight of S carats Knutes ran lianlly Le snid to hare beeo cheap any more than dia- momls Cite owned in ni oitv that is only four carats in weight is esÂ¬ teemed to be worth 6 000 and that notwithstinding the fHd that it is not of the true pigeon blood tint In other respects than color how aver it is said to be one of I lie most perfectly faaltles rubies in the world Ar Y marvel-ousty-tinted ever-changi- SH UNIQUE A COMPOSITION DIir-r-n- Here I will state that a pagoda is net a temple or of itself piaee f worship but is simply an offering t Odd It is H omked that whoever erects one escapes all loath Â¬ some transmigration after death and roaches an immortality of absolute est a species of eternal death in life or life m death or rather a tranquil-Â¬ ity so complete that its serenity I oan Hut separate from the idea of death The mere building of these edifices dHjs Hot win this ineffable rest or con dkioH ef Hirvana but it prevents any decadence of the soul after death and thus enables a man in some Bear future existence by a life of parity to attain this condition A man way live the greater portion of Ms Hfe in purity but one or more lxteksitdiegs may send his soul after his death into some of the more deÂ¬ graded animals and then thousands of years may be passed before it again enters a human being when a life of pKty can again Le passed All of this danger k avoiled by building a proper pyar This induces men to accumulate wealth and to spend it all 5n one ef these pious offerings The result is there are thousands upon thousands of them in the land It is said there are about twenty fire thou Â¬ sand withiu a few miles of Irrawaddy alone Carter IL IkirrUeH in Chicago ur pyar Piece or Poetry Which Can lie Head t Ways Three I send a unque composition which was originally published in a Phila Â¬ delphia iper orer a hui dred years ago I may lie read three different ways let the whole bo road in the onler in which it is written second read the lines downward on the loft of eaeh comma in every line third in like manner on the right of each com- Â¬ ma In the first reading the revolu- Â¬ tionary cause in condemned and by the other enciurael and lauded Frt Hark bark Ibe trumpet kwkhJj the din of wars atarras Oer seas aad Mttd groaadg deth call us all to anas Wee ter Ktg George de sUaa their honors soea fcfeall tfese Their rata is at haaa vcho wtth the Congress The acts et Parttaeeat ia tbera I maeh Jflta I hate HM fttfct de-- their cursed latest who fer the Congress The Tories ef the day tbey are ray flatly toast They soon rrtH sneak away who Iadepenlence Who Bea reotgianoe beM they have ray hand and heart May they for skives be setd who ast aWhigxtsh part Oa MmwaoW Xertb aad Hate may dany bless ings rear Oastastea and dlspate e Oagress evermore ToNerth aad BrWttt lords may honor still be Â¬ I wish a bteek eleerd to Geaeral Washington Washington Star Dyeing an Arabian Lad Had News from the West Mis Wabash of Chieago I hoar that young Mr Porcine is fitting hiai sclf and I think it is too amusing I heard him say that lie onght to do well as he had a large ili the stag fr Breezy Yea s repertoire course and it will take a large abat Â¬ toir 10 fit Jim Prrine for the stage Besides it belong to his father I doat suppose hH hare a dollar nn tJ the od geadewaa dies --V Y he ncant abattoir of Sun old Jaw is still extao in V rginia which Imposes a fro of fitv points of tobacco on a r an If hr Ihcius himself front church foe one Htoath without a valid excuse It is said that an The lady who is about to undergo the dyeing prooess is stretch d out at full length on her back ai d is not al- Â¬ lowed to stir The paste is put 011 tho soles of Iit feei the toes included about an inch thic tho upper part of the feet is never dyed Soft leaves arc then applied as a corering and tho whole is tightly wraped iu linen The same process is gone throngh with the palm of the hand and the fingers To keep the application in place the lady must He perfectly still all night for no other parts of tho body must receive the dye and a spot on the back f the hand or the finger joints would be a great disfigurement All this time sho is dreadfully teased by swarms of mosquitoes and flies but she dare not move to drive them away In the upper oiassos slaves watch all night to keop away these pests with fans The same process must be repealed for three nights to secure the desired red tint but once Among the mn who handle tho finished it remains for a month and can not be washed out Memoirs of an brakes on tho Brooklyn bridge cars are two Ian yen a clei oryman a col-Aianan Princess lege professor and a graduate from Ef ery trinl adds toQwr strength Oxford JODS PATIENT VIFE HOUSEHOLD HINTS Dow Housekeepers Can Assist Their Xett A St Paul Philosopher Does Juttlce to a Experienced Sisters Wroncort Wmiau was a woidrfully affl ood How many people seem to go through the world as if they wcro man but as a partial coinpunsnton ha I the sympathy of tho Io blind folded never picking up an idea as they grope along or giving out human racw fur four thousand ypars one I have seen mothers who did not Bat it has not been so will Jobs knowwhat to do in tho most ordinary wife Nobody has ever spoken a kind cases of sickness among their little word of her Qi tho contrary she hl up for forty con ones It is the greatest misfortuno to nas 020n be dependent on another for expe- - turies a a horri bio example Bat for rience If we wcro more observing al that wo are confident tho poor and would tax our momorlcs a little woman deserros a better place in his more It would he cause for congratu- - lory Uian slu Iias cvor occupied If sho had lation When I go from homo I make sne was sour tempered it a rule to learn somothing now if I enough to giro an acid tiugo to her She wasv made to drink can only take back with me a good j disposition V7o the dregs from a very bitter ctp and recipe I have learned something can scarcely fail to obtain knowlcdgo lt ls probable that she bore hor if we seek aflor it Erory body can I roubles with about ai muci eqnanim impart sonio Information or useful j ly sa tuo average wo nan would da n l10 place she was suddenly knowledge if they try I hoard alady say once that sho had a groat reuucti irm lnxury to penury Any unfortunate woman who has fancy for getting good recipes and yet sho had no home of her own suffered this orloal knows just tho had boarded for years but sho said frame of mind oor Mrs Job was in In the next place sho was bereft of I like to bo able to help others so I gathor my recipes and then givo her children There is no grief so bur- Â¬ them to some one else I thought it densome as that which falls upon a was a good idea Remember we all mothers heart wluin the gravo hides know something that probably another her children from her sight In addition to this accumulation of does not Never be afraid to impart what you know thero aro agreat miny sorrows she was left with an invalid household hints that wo can givj tho husband on her haids Jib was cov- Â¬ young and inexperienced that may ered with boils and exprrienco has seem trifling to us but of great benefit taught us that thoro is no more exas- Â¬ to them 1 was an old housekeeper perating patient than a man with a before I know that by separating tho boil on him Thore aro wives and whites and yolks of egg and keeping good wives too in this Christian land them cool would mako tho whites of ours whoso lire hare been mado froth sooner Manr a timn hum T most misorahlc for days and weeks at a lime by a husband with one boiL wondered why it was hard and tcdi ous to get my eggs to froth How Just think then what this poor wom Â¬ much trouble this knowledge would an had to endure with a husband with havo saTed me Practical suggestions perhaps from fire hundred to a thou- Â¬ arc often so beneficial that a few may sand boils on him Is it any wonder not como amiss now and then In that tho woman encouraged her hus- Â¬ The cake baking a small dish ef water set band to terminate his existence in the oven will prercnt tho cako only wonder is that sho didnt cut her from f corching If you want a pretty own throat in despair But these wcro not all tho troubles dish of poached eggs you can havo them by pnlting muffin rings in Your that Jobs wife had to bear Her hus- Â¬ saucepan of boiling water and breakÂ¬ bands friends came on a visit to him ing each egg in a ring An apple or and took possession of tho houso for two kopt in your cake box will keep six weeks at a time Other women cako from becoming dry and if tho and good women ton hare had to en- Â¬ applo is replaced by a frosh one erery dure the same rfll clion aid they can now ana men me cake will be pre- - very easily recount for Mrs Jobs exJob got wor- served some lime S many ladies j bition of bid temper suffer from rough hands in winter A riod with tho thrco visitors himclf very simple preparation I keep always nud yet he didnthave to waiton them on my toilet table is Half ounce of to clean up their rooms to wipe the glycerine half ounce of bay mm and tobacco juice from Ihe parlor carpet two drops of carbolic acid This is an crcry day to sweep out the mud they excelont prevontivo against chapped carried in on their boots and to sub- Â¬ hands face or lips and is very pleas- Â¬ mit to tho thousand and one annoy- Â¬ ant to use a few drops of pcrfumo ances that a malo visitor gircs the can bo added if one wishos Every housekeeper lady should keep a bottle of household jj It is about llmo Ihat somebody was ammonia on her washstand There is raising a voice iu defense of Jobs nothing equal to it for softening the wife and saying a kind word for tho hands A few drops in the water is all poor woman who for four thousand that is nocessarr and in summer it is years has suffered tho slings of unjust invaluable Many persons aro much criticism in uncomplaining silence troubled from loo free perspira- Â¬ i There are a groat many Jobs wires tion it is a causo of annoy an co in the world to- - lay We meet them to many very neat people A certain erery day They may not hare hus preventive of any odor arising is tho I bands with boils on their bodios but they hare husbands who go to the simple use of common cooking soda Thoy havo hns- wash in strong solution of soda and cubs of crening wet the soda and put a little tinder bauds who aro sulfish onoujh to do- the arms This will be found invalua Â¬ vote all their ti 110 to b isinesi and ble to some people A very nice way pleasure without considering that a to clean a carpet is to first sweep well portion of that time of right belongs to remove all tho dust then hare a to tho woman I ho charm of whoio The vessel with about a gallon of water if exstenco is his companionship the carpet is large les if small add Jobs wives of to day aro tha women to this a teacup of spirits of turpen- Â¬ who are biinlenel with tin cares and sorrows of litis lif j an I who got no tine With your broom dipped in this And their namo is loglon sweep the carpet well going over tho sympathy St Paul Globe room once or twice The colors will bo brightono I and your carpet look al- Â¬ AN OUTCAST RACE most as well as a new one Practical talks may not always prove interest- Â¬ Possible Deri vat I in of tltn Tacots of the Pyrenees from the Aryan Goths ing but lot us hope that they will ba Under tho namo of Caots there profitable and if we can lighten an- Â¬ others burdens or in any way help lives in the Pyrenees and tho old each other on we haro fulfilled one of Aquitaniaii regions on both sides of the grandest missions of life Atlanta them in the Spa ilsh Ujper and tho i French Constitution lower Novarrc in Biarn Gas- cony Gjienno and Lower Pdtou a peculiar race who hare bcei much TWO STRANGE WORDS talked about and I are attracted the Ill lis Zwelbler Discusses the 1erplexlUes attention of the peoples about them or Our Iinguas rery nucient times Formerly D03 is so shtrange in der Anglnh from the Cig ts whom namo linguists loungungc apoud oop und down dcriro from emit Goihcus G ithic Vhen I readt apoud oop nnd down how shall I take him Vhen I cross dog wcro confounded with Cretin The a sooialion wis a mistakoi one de rivor high oop o a plank you say for tin Clios wit li their largii mus-Â¬ You vill be dizzy look not down look oop u ud I umlcrstandt dot cular forms shapaly kull prominent nose strongh -- niarko I features bluo But vhen I readt in iter noosbabor eyes and smooth blonde hair arc aboudt der big hotel dot vos purned she po purned oop und she po purned decidedly diff ront from that woak minded defirmod nnd goitrous down I know dot ish dor same class and their physical appear- Â¬ down und oop is shoost a leodle tiffer ont Und vhen I readt again dot der ance in f ic goci to sustain the j etymology of their namo thaf wo have J I mentioned and to indicate a poss hie 1 to ldinh dot is pretty much der same derivation from the Aryan Goths The typo of which wo speak also corre- Â¬ only a leedlc tiffcrcuL sponds fully with tho race relatives of Und vhon dor doctor tell my Iced 0 the Cagots living outsMc of tho Pyre Â¬ poy he must take dot pitter medicine My leedlc follow now you nees who arc variously callod ac- Â¬ he say trink it all down und den he say right cording to tho place Cuhots Caqueux avay to his madder dot is a pravo Caquins Cicoas Colliluvts etc and poy to take dot lopilia or dose salts aro spread to Lower Pottou in Brit Â¬ und soona ho vas so goot to opon his tany a d Mirne and far down into inouth und trink it all oop und dos Spain The race of the Cagots was for hun- Â¬ is shoost der same dor very nice lady dreds of years suporslitiously avoided Und knock at dor door und my frau say by tho other inhabitants of tho coun- Â¬ repelcd try despised persecuted Conio in nnd sit down very bolite and sho say Dank j ou how is dot treated as ii abandoned and outcast poor leedlc sick poy I vill stay all and rjstiiled in all legal and social Dark superstition and tho night und sit oop mit him und I say rights attrib-Â¬ She vill sit down und sho prejudice of earlier times how is dot to them a constant vill sit oop Vill she sit away high uted leprosy wore thoy supposed O dos is too oop an der sholf to haro a peculiar ropulsiro exhala- Â¬ ridiculous tion to bo destitute of carlaps to be O lean nich understand npoutdoso strango vordts down und oop und oop color blind to sco in the night liko cats and owls and wore accusod of und down Drift of-Â¬ protouded likewise disgraceful fenses Thoy were treated as feeble A Revolution in Watches baings nfllictd with contagious dis- Â¬ ease and moral impurities who should Tho watch without hands which has not bo touched and with whom as lit-Â¬ recently been brought before tho pub Â¬ tle business interaiurse should bo had lic is simply a watch with ordinary as possible Down to the sovonteenth whcelwork in which the intermediate century they wore thus treated If teeth arc wanting aud which gear thoy lived in the towns they were con- Â¬ every minute and hour only Tho fined to a particular quarter in which contrivance though admitted to tho other cifzons rarely came if they possess soma inconveniences is on camo out of their quarter they wcro the other hand claimed to pre- Â¬ obliged to wear a piece of red cloth genuine sent somo preferences on somo conspicuous part of thoir over the onliuary make Tims dress so that others might rccogniza the con t ruction not only allows them and keep away from them tho reading to be accurate but also Popular Science Monthly permits of estimating the timo that separates each passing minute Thero Mark Twain and Darwin is not only an optical signal given bnt Mark Twain enjoys a good story also an acoustic one since at every chance of f ruro the ear ncrceivds a so much that he doesnt mind telling en at his own expense I slight sound and conscnuontlr it ln- - one conios useloss for ono to examine his Loanl Lim Ml a Ptal ono the other watch in order to measure a given in- Â¬ day winch 1 hope ho won t mind my Kjv D Pirker said terval of time a feature of special relatiug told me that he once vnluo to engineers physicans officers Mr Clemens Tho great naturalist travelors and obscrrors Tho experi- Â¬ visited Darwin menter knows exactly whoii a minuto took him through his work roim and showed him whatever thero was of begins and ends Jeweers Weekly incrcst Pointing to a table with a reading lamp and three books on it Miss Mary A Hutchinson of ho said I dont want auy ono to Gravistnn Tettn had two suitors and disturb that table for thoso aro Mark oflfim d to marry the man who first ob Â¬ Twains books and thoy are tho only Wesliy Thompson tained the Keens books I read I read myself to sleep and J M Buckley entered the race with thorn at and read myÂ¬ Both sucured their papers at the same self awako with them In Itho morn- Â¬ time and started back together but ing Mr demons said ho felt very Buckleys horse became lamed and much flattered by this but then thero Thompson won the girl by three min- Â¬ was a good deal in common between utes Darwin and himself they had both done much to disillusion people When They took a vote in Roll a Mo Darwins life was published ho got a recently on the question who was tho copy of tho book and turned i s pages sweetest girl iu school and as a with some eagerness to seo what was result thore hare been no fewer than said about M irk Twain H looked twenty lights between youag men and carefully but lie didnt find hit namo old friends and and brolhors of tho montioned Hi found a statcmen fair contestants however which quito reconciled him FULL OF FUN Irofessioiial Cards SEHTUGKYCEKTRLR R LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY I TIME OF HOLntNC OARTIrLy COUNTY COURT 5 Jh fr - 1 1 A young lady In Odca r n k iowl ATwilkesT Smith D D S odges that sh hank r Indian chief Thats two ft9OFFIE Main street juiie22doors handkor chiuf shs tf above Second h How did you young man asked tho DDS d the J C MORGAN didnt begin it truthfi I hen- - wion I got It was great man SOFFItK Main rtreet over Madi- Â¬ here Was it not son National Bank Richmond Ky After church Spojgs June 22 tf disgraceful the way in which Soilggs Stuggs snored in church to day M POYNTZ DR I should think it was Why ho woke 27ie Review us all up 8UROEON AND PHYSICIAN It I should die John dear street next to OFFICE Beoond said a very sick wife would you White Drug Store june22i f h he re- Â¬ marry again Not mui plied with such pointed emphasis that EVANS M D G tho lady got well Life BURGEON Charley Hollo AND First Party PHYSICIAN Oh Sicond Ptrty How aro you OFFICE Second street Im nnjoving very poor health How Juiif22tf aro you Frst Party Well Pm Judije suffering very good health TAYLOR DR Can I ask you just one more Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery question papa if it aint foolish RICHMOND KY inquired Bobby who had been bad- Â¬ OFFICE Second streetover Dykes gering the old gentleman all the even Â¬ Grocery 8tore jum 22t Why is it ing Yaas yaas papa Ihat tho more a little boys nolo DR JOHN M FOSTER is stopped up the inoro he talks MAIN STREET through it Italio do Counto Next Door to Luxons Up Stuirs Si yon will not be my wife ch Di you forget Resideinv at Willis House hine22tf Young zit I am an Italian Count O no I do not forget American ROBERTS DR you aro an Italian Count but I do Oflers hit profrssional services Iu the know that I was nercr brought up to mnko a di znn shirts for thirty cents public in drug store on lower Main Office and do tho washing for a large Street Richmond Ky JdljgMy family Jude Yon look thoughtful Citizen DR U C AMBROSE Undo R sus Uice Kastus Yes sah Iso got somo financicrin busi Â¬ FORD KY ness on ban Ynnse heerd ob dese Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the afCiti- Â¬ different trusts habbont yo ternoon Well Yes zen Ucle Rastus jimeJ2tf Ise g iuo down to de grocers fo ter negotiate fo rr stablishln ob a cod- Â¬ W T SKXSMIT1I M D y Y Sun fish trust PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Young Lady in hook ston- WHITE HALL KY Havo you photographs of Mrs Cleve-Â¬ Ye maam twenty land Clirk Offers hi professional services tc the ug 7 vr five conls YL Thnt seems public very cheap 1 will lake one if you pleasT Will you have ono of G DR J FAIN the President also only ton cents UNION CITY KY Ten cents YL Isnt that very Oflera his professional services to dear Two Fine Chargers Mr Bunipus the public Parrishp Office at Powell I saw you taking a horseback rido Aug 17 tf this morning Your own horse No only a livery Mr Wumpus Ho looked liko a tino M C Heath J F Cornelison hack So I thought until I paid charger C0RNELIS0N HEATH Then the owner of tho stable tho bill Practicing Physicians Harpers cast him all in the shade Bazar KENTUCKY RICHMOND No my son shall not work in a ofler their professional services to the bank Hos a drlicato boy and I do not want him to put himself in the public said a Harlem way of danger mother But I dont sa how bank DR GILES HARRIS work can bo considered dangerous WACO KY replied tho htisbaniL Arent bank clerks constantly cxposod to drafts Oilers his professional xervices to the Judge jaum public Fair Customer I thought you had servants waiting for places DR S M Employment Agent Plonty of them PHYSICIAN AND 6URGEON madam but wo do not keop them here in tho reception room th y aro In tho KENTUCKY RICHMOND Oh waiting room up s airs F C Office 011 First Street junly Well I keep a boarding house and I Yes want a dish washer EA maam Gioigc go up stairs and toll H MD tin girls there is a place vacant for a lady renovator of hotel china Tid PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Bits RICHMOND KY THE CURSE OF GOLD OFFICE Second street next door to Whites- - Drug Store Dlscorerer of Famous Minns Who Slot Special attention given In Microscop With Volent Heaths There is a singular superstition In ical and Chemical examinations of of the human body the mining distiics of America that tissues aud fluids tho discoverers of hiddon treasures in tho bowels of tho carh are sure to meot with a violent end M my in- Â¬ PARRISH stances aro from time to timo adduced Attorneys At Law in support of the slatomciit and go RICHMOND KY show that numbers of ndron-tiin-far to literally dio in their shoes Tho Special attention ulven to abstracting original proprctors of close on forty titles to lauds m Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E successful minas hare been accounted Corner Main and Second Streets up for in this wayv Twelve wcro shot June Si tr three wcro ingulf while the rost stairs disappeared in tho cities of Dikota BURNAM nnd New Mexico and wcro never heard of aftorwards Gjorgo IL Fryer from whom tho Fryer H ll RICHMOND KENTUCKY mine had iis name committed suicide Two years beforj his in Djnvcr A R Hur OFFICE with V F death he poscsicd one million dol- Â¬ nani on First Street June 22 It lars tho rxpencs of his funeral had to bo paid by the authorities J A SULLIVAN of Tho di covurer tho Stand- Â¬ in California ard miuo was swallowe I up by an nvidanche RICHMOND KENTUCKY Colonel Storey another wealthy miner was killed by the Pyramid Indians OFFICE nil Fin t street same aa William Fairueather who brought to formerly occupied by County Judxe ocio ly light the htdden treasures of Aider Miller guch came to his death by drinking and riotous living Ayet more terrible J SCOTT end had William Farrell iu a hospital He had discovered at San Frtucisc the rich mine r Meadow Lakr but RICHMOND KY hundreds of deceived guld soekcrs sur- Â¬ 011 Second Street June 22 tf Office rounded his bed giiiishing and grin Â¬ ning so horribly that he c uld not Tho owner of the H mStako die CS mine beenmo a highwayman onu dny ho attacked a mail coach but tho n tendants shot him dead John Homer RICHMOND KY of tho Homer mine spent his last cant Office on Second Street June 22 tf and then put a bnllet through lib Eure- Â¬ Bill brain Diughnut Od AJ Niucmilo Clarke died liter- Â¬ ka ally in their sho s being killed in saloon scifll s Montana Plun mor who discovered one of the richest Will practice in Mndlou and adjoining miuc3 in tho worhl nnd was shoriff counties ana in the Court or ApieaR Office in Master Commissioners for a time di id on tho gallows office over Circuit Clerks office Clusters JourniL June 22 tf i- BLUE GEASS EOUTE Shortest and Quickest Jioute Richmomi D J Quarterly Court fourth y January April July and the 2nJ VUDSSy if nil 1 MASONIC ourt f Claims jni Ant Vomiu CITY Coin Lodc Ntt f meets and 4lh Tuesday in cch wortlh NewuiS Secretary 2nd tMrth whiiv C iMt IIMS CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO AM POINTS r HWLlNKb North East West and Southwest BKTWEEN J Richmond R A- - Chapter No 16 meets ird Tuesdav in each month J SlEED SMITH H P V II A V secretary First Saturday in every month I C Chenai t County County Jek fbom Jhorie County Attorney J A Su Sheriff N B Deainerage Jailor George V Maiipm Coroner Alexander Norn Surveyor B F Crooke AfetH-- John W McPhrrson Sunt 1tsblie Schtiols Mr MWfem CITY OFFICERS t Jge COUNTY OFFICERS RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO IO Lexington and Cincinnati Sehcdnle in Effect Jan 29th SOUTH BOUND Lvr Covington IVC Falmouth Ex Sun fcjo am 1003 W 1S88 Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knight are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armer Recorder r So 2 No i Dully No 6 Kx Huu pm pm CKyjBdgeHC TJ Arr PnrK Arr IxIiikIoh- Le-- Parte liiclicter Arr Arr liicliuionc- iArr Iiiiauiter Arr HiHiifonl Le CynllilHUH 10s am 1140 am 1130 a m 1235 pm a in 200 pm lve Kicliulomt Arr Berc Arr livliiKtoii 600 pm 305 pm 320 pm S4S pm yio pm 825 pro 200 930 pm 338 1024 Vm 430 1050 pm 1130 pm feio pm 520 1125 pm 6C05 720 ij5 Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksvilte meets Saturday evening before the full pm moon in every month pm VM V P PREWITT pm pm J M Smith Secretary pm pm Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston mcts Saturday evening betorenhe fuH moon in every month J V ttALEB W M T C Witt Secretary City Attotney AJ Red Ck Collector R A Bar JW City Clerk Wm G U hie CITY rOLlCE Rice J J D Feeey and Etreit rkr j CITY COtNCIL D MftrkeH Mavor First Ward J Stone Waker Seceml Ward G W Ean TMrd Ward Owen McKce Fourth Ward f VV Capeun NOUTII BOUND Lve Ilvliigiton Lve No 3 fcoo am 1025 am 1145 am No 1 No 5 PHIL Â¬ Arr ItirhmonJ Lve ftanfuril 720 am 10 am Iincnxtcr lve Ulcliinoml 1100 am Arr RtrtiinonO Le 130 pm Arr Winchester 225 pm Arr Pan 35Pm Lve LextnKtoii - yoo pm Lve Pail 340 pm Lve Cyntlilana 406 pm Lve Falmouth 451 pra Covington 600 pm Arr llerra Waco Iodge No 3 S at Waco meets ith Saturday in everv month W D RUCKER W M W T Fielder Secretary JUSTICES FTHEPeACECCSTnirs VL PLACES ANB TIMKS CF Mill iin COVRT MONTHS FEBRUARY MY 645 am 73s am S20 am yjao pm 725 am 30 am 859 am 10C03 am 1135 ami 350 430 525 650 pm pm pm pm MAYSVILLE KOKTH BOUKll Lve Covlnirtoii Lexington- BRANCH No 11 N Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun Arr T Carlisle Joliiwiii Maysvllle MlllerHburg prl - 7S 825 am a pm - 852 am 916 am 1010 am 1045 am Pm 520 pm pm 57 pm 611 705 pm 740 pm SOUTH BOUND Lve MKykvIlle Carlisle Mlllcrshun Arr Pnrlt Lexington CovtngUn ExSnn 555 630 724 748 815 915 No ID Dally No 12 Dally Ex Sun 1250 Johnson M 1135 am am am am am am am 125 pm 219 pm 243 pm rio pm 10 pra 6coo pm pm 15 leaves Lexington 800 p m rives Paris S pra No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m arrives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives Covington Soo a m No ar- Daily Except Sunday LETCHER W BRIGHT NOTE Trains 3 nnd 4 are dally botween Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are dally except Sunday Direct connection is made at Winchester CHURCH DIRECTORY with Chesapeake nnd Ohio for Mt Sterling Afchlnud Huntington W Vu Charleston and Eatem Cities PAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Win BAPTIST cheiterSoild Trains with Pullman Sleeping Can between Cincinnati and Ulchinond Va Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday and Winchester and WnMiington D C Through Tickets and Bacgnge Checked to and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru aiiy destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any pard Agent ot the Company or Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson 8 F B MOUSE E II BACON Agt Oen Trav Pawr Agt Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas- Â¬ Covington Ky Lexington Ky tor Rev L P Johnson H E HUNTINGTON FBCARRAgt Oeul Manager Klchraoud Ky Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble General Offices Covington Ky Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor T L Lawson Kirksville Brick Churchth Saturday CURES tf HUE 111 USE f AILS and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake Best Cough Sirup Tastes good Use Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday m mac ooiq dj creggms John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at I P A1r Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every at Richmond Dhrkt Ko CoHrt Howe 3rd Wedn sdn wv month JOHN HILL W M litis at Court House i a rjjT John G Taylor Secretary Lyman Parrirh CotabV B M1 n inTM Rnnne I odue No ACS at Fox- - Foxtown Di tHct No town meets rd Saturday in everr month at Kingfc Store 3rd Men la j Kanatzar in Uuffelo sclnSANTFORD OLDHAM W M r 4ta Saturday J S Chenault Con- - j Jacob II Shearer Secretary Union Dhtrkt No 3 Abtr Pa tl meets at Union City 1st Salurda Berea Lodge No 617 at Beie Jn 1st Saturday JCDAVIS W M Turpin at Io Wsriile in- hr--- W S W Pioc Secretary A William Conttable Etliston District No 4 Win Ret r I00F at Waco jnd Saturdav J v O O F Moores at Waco 3rd SaturdJi C ar- Madison Lodge No 4 I s Oldham CotwIaMe meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow HalIon Main Street Yates District No 5 T I Co V WF FARLEY NG Kingston 4th Saturday Lrl il Maupin at Speedwell 2nd WedneJj LJ Frazek Secretary Young Constable George Boone Encampment N040 meets every Glade District No 6 James M W first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd Saturday Jilm I Hall on Main Street Richmond Kr lowav at Whites Station 1st hut rjn W D ALVERSON C P R G Ballard ConUbe L J Frazee Scribe Kirksville District No 7 J M Corn at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Aciandc Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J 3 meets second Thursday in each month Fowler Constable at Odd Fellows Hall Poosey District No S J N Henirei R A BARLOW Captain m at Cottons Store 3rd Monday L J Frazee Clerk Chandler at Reagans Storei 3rd tr dt S D Carpenter Constable KNIGHTS OP HONOR Million Dibtrict No J M Ion a Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A IJ V by at Holmans Store rd ta urj Hall at 7 oclock James A Harvev Constable JOHN TAYLOR Dictator Ed Rowland Reporter 1 L NOYKMBER Udv c Pianos and Christie Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros New England and other Pianos Chicago Coltai Organs Par KHJW I ar cia TURNER believe Pisos Care Consumption saved my life A H Do well Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1887 rs Attorney at ET Xaaw The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisos Cure fob Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c and Sunday after 4th Saturdav Pastor Rev Preston Blake Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and Sundays bunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E H Burnam Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev L PJohnson Union3rd Saturday arid following Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev J I Wills Viney Fork and Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev J I Wills Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev Preston Blake Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Tastor Elder M Campbell PIAXOS AXI OIMUYS FOR KE5T Rent applied as part payment Write For Prices kd Terms S and 10 LUKE U MILWARD W Main St Lexington Kr June 22 tf r he work that can be performed all country without xeparatliu the w liters from thir homes Pay liber il my o e an do the work either sex i oiinsor lii iw special ability required capita not neei you are started free Cut this out ami leiura lo us a ml we wHI semt you free no e us of great value hihI importance to inn ihi will tart yeu in busineM Thlch will nrt you In more money right away ttinit n llilneeUe Ih the worhl irunil outfit fret Ailrt e True it Co Augusta Malie uov SO Iv il half century Sot cai Li amofiff the woriiltrs of Inventive progress ts a meihod anl ystm of 111 raw T il ha revolntionaiM worM ilurliiK he the la t m mar CURES WHLBE 111 ELSE BoetOcragh Bjrnp Tastes good De u lime ooia uj arajreuxs Cm flilS CATHOLIC Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sundays 10 A M Pastor Rcy Father Haley 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 4th Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds Richmond Services everv Sunday Â¬ ISS 00 OO K1TH boM 11 i - J - S 72 TAZ Attorney at Law T aetasassa rrui MI1EUH an t Il Mr shin en WKI7Il3i 1 iiiii 14 1 11 jiti fl 8 15 IT In as7a 3 SS7 ipri 1214 he J 7 s t j snn 1311 a a is Ji a M IT M n jin 3 anra5iis sa n 17 11 WBtfa ssssM 1M tJUU Si Ml Vt Seft 3 -1 j t I 5 MT 11EB14 lu 51 4 11 S3SI33a I9- nT CI S Attorney at Law POWELL JW1ICB1IJ H 17 St- - 3911 Ill 7S9 IS T51 J s vk U14 11 i jiaic imiBi WHI m si 5wJ asa23ii 31130Jl II lTjH 4 SS789 11 ii i K 17 U i3 Attorney at Law REED Sunday school Tha PotraliLr TItim luihv Attorney at Law Cincinnati Til Estiri Trtlct Indianapolis end KCI IHE5CJH TuUiigt meeting Wednesday Pastor Prof C P Williamson Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds at 930 A MT evenings Praer - a9S7 SBaw 12 Jot STS3 la1 7JI iSiiihiijh u h eioli linn lTllSlSOBtlSn aiiaasr iI7l 15 11 eS3f2l -- MrMBsa ppS3SS33 GALT - HOUSE KY PnUman Sleepliiy Oar and Elemiat IU cllniBr Chair Cora oa Wight Trains SSagniflcant Parlor Oaxa on Day Trains CHIOAG aorim tf LAFAYETTE O Chip EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services every Sunday morning and evening and on Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard LOUISVILLE in the city JEWISH DEAD Varfons Emphatln Views on the Subject ot Creiuallou THE RE3AL 1 nht 4a flio in mp n jrin had suffered from atrophy of Ibo brajn for a lonff tiraef and i1Mlr4t boen RUie to read any decent literature- -1 1 nmiKsinn rimn Tlila cltimnf Crfc The Ponds issued in payment of subscription of Madison county to Louisville A Chinaman in New York Is and Nashville Railroad due in Febntary April July October 18S7 and iSSS name I Tahk Tahk It Is n t stated will be paid and maturity at on the Madison wo suppose he fa a barb jr Xor but National Bank Richmond Ky risloum ScraliL t C D CHENAULT Com Cromation has become a tontrovcr sial question among the Jews Lord Rothschild is at issue with tho chief rabbi upon it and opinion in the Council of the Uuitrd Syi ngoguo ap- Â¬ pears to be so divided that the subject has been shelved for tho noment on the assurance of one of its members that any discussion now would be of an acrimonious nati re and would lead to no result 1 ho original men- Â¬ tion of tho topic was due to tho re- Â¬ ceipt of a letter from a member of a constituent synagogue as to the burial of ashes of Jews in tho vont of cre Â¬ mation Tho lotter was referred to the executive committee among whom strong feelings for and against croma Â¬ tion aro reported to haro manifested themselves Tho result was a ncural report to tho council rccon m mding that it should h ci 10 to answer hypo- Â¬ thetical questions The president Lnrd Rothschild road a lei ter from the chif rabb iu which Dr Adler expressed himsolf most emphatically against cremation as opposed to Jow ish law and usage Ho cited the first verso of the second chapter of Amos with its denunciation of Muub beÂ¬ cause ho biime I tho bones of tho King of Edom into lime L rl Rothschild took occasion however to sot against this tho burning of tho bodies ct Saul and his sons in order that they might not ha subjected to any indignity He added that ho would have answered tho question submitted to the execu- Â¬ tive commiltro In a sense favorable 1o Ono of tho members de Â¬ cremation clared cromation to to tho burial of tho future bnt f urtlicr disc ission was deprccatt d on tho grounds already stated London Sews INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH RICHMOND KY imno ESTATE Cincinnati and St Louis AND Us C roar St dinar Agent represent tirct clngit Kire and Idle In surance Vimpatiiea Office in Covington4 Mitchell ClothlnirKtore June22 tf CHAS SPOWELL GEO Y Krllft rriitn or excliHtises nil kinds of Rent Estate on reasonable terniM iinii FORMAN POWELL F0RMAH Fire Insurance Companies We represent the following Insurance and solicit your patronage 2 SG02323 Guardian of London Assets Queen of Liverpool German of Freoport Commercial Union of London Firemans Fund of Cal ToUl Fund - 00 13 653250 00 216611400 11701193 00 304842 00 55172722 00 office on Second Htreet ana Formans at Donanz Roller Mills dec 28 iy Powell Fokman sVPowells Notice OrDissolution Maflison Co Join Â¬ College Hill Centenary M E m Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ ing and night Prayer meeting every alDay to 4 TU L C L Bis ternate Wednesday nighL Sunday school SBd Yiadslll Lias every Sunday morning Pastor EIL J F ftHmsnBnfletSleeplngCsrs Pullman Itecltnln According to rooms Chslr Cars New Mnt Clitj Coachc SeconO G rider Claas Coaches and Baggage Cars all ran through College Hilh M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Turkish and Russian Ualln m day morning and night Pra er meeting Hotel Elegant Reclining Chair Cars every alternate Wednesday flight SunBXTWZXM day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ ocl26 ly Rev D Ware HI torKirksville PPastor Tnx Rev S W Peeples C I St L AC tad I n ATT Short Lin Providence istand3d Sunday morn Â¬ Commodious Reclining Chair Cars ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson Richmond South Sundav school Mmpolii Fssrii Ilk ud 9 1 T J Scott SuperintrndenL Services Via SHELDON eveo 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at C I St Z AC sad TF TTBBdf It A M and every Suncav night at 7 P FIELD ltCMcsiroStoals aad Pearls dose aad la M Pastor Rev I A Henderson coBBertlsai are nad with all Lines to fists mo o nanawtm WfSI sag BOBianttt Largest and most complete slock i PRESBYTERIAN Tknirk Tktiti tai tarrtr Caetb U sll rrisdfU ftlnU Bo Central Kentucky Our roctto Bethel Meeting House 2nd and sth Goods ji po ooiunca si any j lcicet oaice C I St I and Lowest Consistent Pr its Sundays C Hr jslso this lico at all Cou pen Tickit P CARROLL Offices throughout the coantrr Formans Chapel 4th Sunday 77 and 79 W MainM Kirksville island 3rd Sundays Pastor JOHN EQAN6taIFusaadTktlstBt Lkxisgtos Kr janniy cnrcsRrxTiQ RevWm Crow Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ Sfrbly day Trayer meeting Wednesday nights RichmondSecond Services 1 1 A M and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton LOW TOURIST RATES Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ For S17C0 a first class round trip ttekrt days Front Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A for rent room over Whites Druj sttt rood tor 00 day with stojHjTer privses can Apply to be obtained trom St Paul to Creat PaUn Mon Â¬ M and 4 P M janii tf W G VHITF tana the coming ia mulftctnring centre ot the Pastor Rev L H Sunday school 3 P M Blanton D D m northiregt OrJySoCOO stwui tolatrail o Helena are thosi who RaitPA b ductioaseSJ fiatrom ixiinta mena an iiifv tnftt east aud soutn Botes conrspondiDgl as low 3IADIS0X COUNTY DIRECTORY wiiiorHoif cjv u wilt bo nacird to points In lUnnesota and Ia will not ih ru llt fcota or upon Piijat Sound and tbe 1 aciSc their Homes nntl famUiwt uke pnC Coast For larther particulars addrssi H E TXinilA mill am tux CIRCUIT COURT url ortbl The anvnnndti er DWrkrt Iaasei er Ag nt 23i South Tupj dollar month It Is Clark Street Chtewo IL or U II Wuuiex Judge J R- - Morton jnntcefsand iiDwnnl per Jar who t General Passenger Agent bt Pad illnn r Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brcrs lni i work Kllher sezyis or ni Ufl not nerded we Mart ynu Bvent1 ton new o spePtal aMIily rqoitl Master Commissioner J R Burnam itader can dolt rs well an but oic l11 Clerk W 11 Miller Ions at once for full narllenlars sriudi mail free Address 8Ubo to P Â¬ a ttw METHODIST The Largest and Finest Hotel Rates25o Per Â¬ Cincinnati and Peoria liM hi GRASS AUD iia 1 Office for Rent J IICBLTe 1 ey fr - The partnership heretofore existing Third Monday in f9 K nt c -tinder the linn uame of Trlbhle n Blount rncew mi First street Rich ber 71T Hea Wonder extol In itmaii COMMON TLEAS COURT lon bat are mrpassui o tnuiiil Ky U dinhed by mutual ih lnveniiitii im If lilt consent T J Tribble retiring All e nB Judge T ot profitable r rK ScotL can be done white living t home iuiclh cbinisaKninst the linn should be pip Master Commwioner S E Scolc once send iTutr irit senled to the continuing partner W Clerk W H Miller laud Mnlne ami reeetve free full lnfrJ- M Blount and all debls due w n now either srx tin fitm TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS f all sv- can neTsTt from V tor per dy ami upwardCOURT liuld be paid to tilm First Monday in January 1st Monday they live Yoa are started free tapUlM feb7 4t T J Tpijiblk r reqnlied tsme lwve wade over TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Maine i toT J ft- P1 L YV M Bltiiint in June and 3rd Monday in October wngtoday at tufa wort Uov ly AUscce I POLICE Three System f Baplona a Directed by an Uutcrupuloms Chief There are tkree seprate and distinct systems of police each tf which is FaJeJ Pctpe FULL THE RUSSIAN VALUABLE A DIAMONDS independent 1 I diffareot dtWf fct sE dtritoted by one head Ue Htijjkiy Cross The first svsUmh is lite ordinary foree of ptrotmon sneti sw is found a all cities for the prevention awl detec- Â¬ tion el ordinary erimc It is composed of veteran soldiers who wear the laHi tary uniform ami wear sabers in tho streets toetettd ef clubs The second or zeadarmerie is a large body of special agents scattered jill ever the omplre one or two in every town who are saerior to the regular poltae and are aHlboriaod to call Bpon them at aHy time to make arrests or to as ist in-- investigations They are well known to the public wear a distinguishing Hoifirm and their Wetness is to detect and investi- Â¬ gate frands npon the revenue to pre veot and detect official dishonesty and teloek after the proKr administration of the several offices This system was first organized by the Emperor Nicholas earir in the century It was reported to him that there was a large antonut of corruption in the different provinces and calling his Proenrator Gneral he sail that he wohW hang every ffioial w Ito stole the vatae of a jnecs of rope Then yonr Majesty will not be able te Mt yonr offices replied the Nicholas tbonght he wonld try So s lcting the best men he cowld find be soul them throughout the empire as f pos Hpon Ms oflieiak From this beginning the sj4eM has become ermattent These special agents are know a as the pulU- - nths fl thee and 1ms a t lit Then comes the haled and hatefid third feeiion the sw who exist fa evory braneh of th mksiI politeal and oommereial world are unknown to the pnUie and lo each other They are everywhere and number thou Cauda Women in the high st society smUm prinee lawyers clerks in mercantile bowses workmen in the factories waiters at the hotels and oaf s barmaids drotky drivers ped iWs eonrtosa is bottle servants no wtte knows who A mans wife or Mm or valet may be in the pay of the i niton perhaps it U bus brother cr jfcrtor Everrbo iy in II ossia is sns d preted of belonging ti the third fceetfcm bnl no one would dare conies that he is a spy These peofdu are not paid claries bnt are given finch snns of Hieney as the yuiioe aniboritios tbmk they have uamaiL The Knseian Government has the meet extensive and skiUful spy sys em fn the world Ail the capitals of Eu Â¬ rope are fnll of its secret agons The is so complete that there is eretdy a person in S Petersbttr or Xoceow or any f the larger eilies who does not feel that he is constant- Â¬ ly wnil or the espionage of some brant k of the police and the people are A single xat orally very eantioos word from a spy way send them lo prison a secret tlennnciaiion may transport them to Siberia The in vestigalioHS are always secret and the acenfod can not confront his acÂ¬ cuser he can not have the benefit of legal eotMtsel nor rowimonicate with Ms friends unless the poliee have some motive for permitting him lo do so W M OnriU in Chicago X nwefa-feare- Dealer Cbati Abost the Rarest Gem Ever Sen In ThU Country The roost valuable diamond for its size that has ever been in this coun- Â¬ try is now hore in the hands of a dealer on Maiden lane not for sale bnt that he may if possible find a mate to it a job that he is about giving up in despair I have bought diamonds from him and can obtain for yon tho priv- Â¬ ilege of seeing this magnificent stone if yon care to have a look at a gem that is worth remembering all yonr AVhen I tell you that it weighs life but three and five eighths carats less a thirty second that tho owner has refused over 7000 for it and that he will cheerfully give 10 003 or por baps nore for a match to it yon will probably find in those facts a praolicil answer to tho question if diamonds have become cheap Europe and America have been ransacked to find its mate but thus far in vain A blue stone of ils purity if lint perfection of make ami size is not known to exist either in private collections of gems in the hands of dealers or even among royal treasures Not a great while since the newspapers made men- Â¬ tion of a pair of diamonds then in New York that weighed to Â¬ gether fifteen cnrals and were held at That seemed like a pretty 50000 good price for stonrs that arc getting common and clteap but it is far less in proportion than the worth of this blue stone-- At ils determined value upon the basis of ils resent size if it were as large as one of that matched pair it would be worth about 32000 and as the value of a maclied pair of fine diamonds is far more than double thatf one of the pair singly two such Uue stones weighing together fifteen carats would cost almost a Kings ran- Â¬ som farmore any way than 4rn BURMAHS METROPOLIS JIwit the on Appears to Uc uf eidetital Hyes Rangoon is the capital of British or Lower Bnrmah which fell into Ea gtnnds lap into 1Sj At that time it was a poor place oalr cok brated for Ms groat pagoda It lies o i the Irra waddy aloat thirty five miles from its Month and has doubled its population several times within the pa it thirty Jhre years is the gr at shipping port of the two MnrmaM doing a trade ol Nearly t0 00 W a j ear In riee ex Â¬ portation it stands to the world as OJeasa did and Chicago does in wheat and sent abra 1 last year not mK under a million of tons It also exports last quantities of kntch iia brown dye which is supposed le preeorre m ts and sails from rot This k a sort of gnm obtained by boil Â¬ ing down tbe heart wood e a species of acacia Hides teak limb r and horns are also exported largey There are afcent four hundred Europeans resid Â¬ ing here They have handsome bunga Â¬ lows and goo I grounds ove in con Â¬ siderable style and do their business in fi e business houses Seme of the Chinese havj substantial places of business The r mainder of the town is of frail light frame huts with walls of platoil Itambto and roofed with palm thatch or leaf shingling The first thi we d d was to visit tlio Fchwar Dagohr Pyar or Golden Pagoda This is He of the most sacrel of the liuddhit monn men Is and shrines of Asia and is claimed lo b over two thousand years ohL In it are several of Buddhas hairs and other relics and under its foundations are laid to be vast trea- Â¬ sure deposited in ages past by those who nW4rcd le obtain immortal merit by I heir gifts to the Buddhist CilT Ius Ed it whoever erects one escapes all loath Â¬ some transmigration after death and roaches an immortality of absolute 5St a spedes ef eternal death in life or We in death or rather a tranquil-Â¬ ity so complete that its serenity I can separate from the idea of death The mere building of these edifices dXM not win this ineffable rest or ooa diilon of nirvana bnt it prevents any decadence of the soul after death and thus en a Ides a man in some near future existence by a life of purity to aturfn this condition A man may live the greater portion of Ms Mfe in purity but one or more baeksHdings may send his soul after liis death into some of the more deÂ¬ graded animals and then thousands of rears may be passed before it again enters a human being when a life of piety can again be passed All of this danger is aveiled by building a This induces men to proper pyar accumulate wealth and to spend it all in one of these pious offerings The icsok is there are thousands upon UiousMd of them in the land It is sad there are about twenty five thou sand within a few miles of Irra waddy alone Carter 1L JJarrlsen in Chicago Here 1 will state that a pagoda or prac is net a temple or of Hself a ptaoe f worship bnt is simply an offering to God It is promised that nt MaiL News from the West Mis Wabash of Chicago I hear that young Mr Porcine Is fitting him Â¬ self fur the stag- Mi s Btwezy Yes and 1 ihink it is loo amusing I heard Mm say that lie onght to do well as be had a large repertoire he ireant abattoir of course ami it will take a large abat- Â¬ toir to Jit Jim P rrine for the stage Besides it belongs to his father I dont suppose he H have a dollar un Â¬ til the old geatleraaa dies X Y Sun r It is ssid that an old law is still extaoT ii V rginia whieh imposes a no of fifty piMinls of tobacco on a ntaa if be absents himself from church or oho mouth wilkoqt a rjilhl excuse Thats OFFICE Main street two doors tnecta 2nd R7ihmnnit Vr handker chiuf sh U june22 lf iontv C ort above Second Shortest and Quickest Jioute t 4th Tuedv in cvh month an ooth How did yon b R C STOCKTON FIMlH young man asked tho HMD r HtfLMMb CITY CGLRT B J Newlon Secretary DDS d the J C MORGAN didnt begin it truth I KENTUCKY First Saturday in every month CENTRAL great man It was hr ru vmjii I got ireet over Mroil Richmond R A Chapter No 16 COLNTr OFFICERS a 89OFFHE Mam Richmond Ky here TO AUi POINTS meeta ird Tuesdav in each month not son National Bank Was it After church Spog County Judge I C CHenai t HP J S1TED SMITH June 22 tf Cotmyr v leL Tttoouft I horj e disgraceful tho way in which Smlggs North East West and Southwest II ay lecreUry W County Attorney J A iuiiA Stuggs snored in church to day M POYNTZ XiIIfcTS DR Sheriff N B Deathcrage I should think it was Why he woke RICHMOND COMMANDERV NO 10 JaHer George V Maupm BKTWEBN 8URUE0N us all up Tie Review AND PHYSICIAN in each Coroner Alexander Norn Regular meeting first Tueday Â¬ If 1 should die Jihn dear Surveyor B T Creole OFFICE Second street next to Lexington mid Cincinnati month Visiting Sir Knights arc courtewould yon White Drug Store said a very sick wife june22if ously invited to attend AHCHurWM W Mclherso i Â¬ Not much he reInaKe School marry again Mr J SI EED SMITH Effect Jan 29th 1888 Schedule in plied with such pointed emphasis that Eminent Commander MiWen EVANS M G CITY OFFICERS the lady got well Life No G No t No 2 D P Armer Recorder SURGEON AND Hallo Chnrloy CkyjBdgeHC Kice First Party PHYSICIAN SOUTII BOUND Ux Sun Dally Ex Suii City Attorney A J Reed Oh Sscond Pirty How are you OKFICE Second street Ck Collector R A Bjr nv Im enjoving veiy poor health How jum 22tf Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville City Clerk ttm G Sjo m 8 as pm 2x0 pm meets Saturday evening before the full hte Lvr CovlliRtnn Well Im aro you F rat Party pm rulimitiiu 93P 430 He CyiitlilHiiH 1003 a m IQC34 pm 328 pm moon in every month Judqc CITY POLICE suffering very good health 1105 am Le DR J TAYLOR 1140 am 1050 pm 510 pm Arr rari W P PREWITT W M Can I ask you just one more J J D Feeney and Everett B iryj pia 1130 pm ecio pm Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery Arr LexliiK question papa if it aint foolih a m iSS PH 520 pm J M Smith Secretary 1130 CITY COVNCIL He 1nrla RICHMOND KY C05 Arr inrhcter 1235 pin 1115 pm 720 pm inquired Bobbv who had been bad pm 3 00 pm J D Mitchell Mavor OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Arr RiclniKiiKl gering the old gentleman all Ihe oven Grocery Store 5 10 pro Arr ijinciiMer june22t vtnrctnn I fxlie No lis at Kincston Firt Ward J Ston Wa kr 600 pm Why is it Arr Stanford ing Yaas yaas Second Waul G W Fvan meets Saturday evening before nh fuH pm UiclmloiKl 205 Third Ward Owen McKcc papa that the more a little boys nose DR JOHN M FOSTER moon in every month -320 pm Arr Keren Fourth Ward J W Capevn is stopped up tho moro he talks 545 p Arr LivliiRHton J W tlALES W M MAIN STREET through it T C Witt Secretary JUSTICES OFTHEPEACECNSTnr 1 S yon will Next Door lo Liixoiia Up Stairs Hallo do Countc No 5 No 1 ILACES ANB TIMES CF lid NORTH BOUND No 3 Waco Lodge No 35SatWaco meets Residence at Willis House not be my wife ch D you forget ith Saturday in every ironth COlRT June 22 tf Young zat I am an Italian Count W D RCCKER W M MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY MiJV O no I do not forget American Livingston m am Lve W T Fielder Secretary ROBERTS DR 1025 am lAe Ilerm NOVRMRKR you are an Italian Count bnt I do ii45 m Often lii professional services lo the Arr Itichmond know that I was never brought up to John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at am Lap Manfuril IP Richmond District No 720 810 am Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every at Court IIooe 3rd Wcdne d Lancaster make a di zn shirts for thirty cents public in drug store on lower Main Lve Ulciunoiulii office - 1100 am WM Arr JOHN HILL month W its at Court House and do Iho washing for a lnrgo Street Richmond Ky b jilj27 ly IUrhmondLe Wlnciiesier - 1 30 pm 645 am John G Taylor Secretary j pm family lyroan Parrfch CoabV Jude Arr 35 am - - z35 pm 7 am ESO Arr Pari y5 Foxloun Di trict No 2 f R M Yon look thoughtful Citizen DR U C AMBROSE Daniel Boone Lodge No 45 at rrx pm 7 25 am 3x0 pm Lve LexliiKtou 300 Uice Rastus Yes Undo R sns 8 io am 3 5 Pm Lve Ihi1s town meets jrd Saturday in every month at Kings Store 3rd Mon ta 3 40 pm Kanatzar m uuRato mtIio Lve CynthlHiia - 406 pm 859 am 430 pm 41 SANTFORD OLDHAM W M salu Ise got snmo finnnciorin busi Â¬ 4 51 pre 10C03 am S 5 pm FORD KY Lie raiiiiiiiuu Saturday J SChettault Con 1 Ymise heerd ob ilesa ness on ban 600 pm 1 35 aro 650 pm Jacob H Shearer Secretary Arr Unviniston Union Dintrkt No 3 A bt Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in Ihe afCiti- Â¬ different trusts habbont yo I Berea Lodge No 617 at Betel meets at Union City 1st Saturda V MAYSVILLE BRANCH j ternoon Woll Yes zen Ucle Rastus M Turpin at iosvUle in 1 i J C DAVIS W istSaturdar June 22 if No II The promised private view of llie Ise gwiuo down to de grocers fo tcr Nh W A Williams Cooc table S W PlGG Secretary Dally Pally SOUTH BOUND wonderful blue stone was obtain a few negotiate fo rrstahlishln ob a cod- Â¬ Ex Hun Ex Sun W T SEXSMlTil M D Elliston District No 4 W n r 100F fish trust days later It was truly an amazingly X T Sun at Waco 2nd Saturdav J PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON beaHtiful gem well worthy of tho en- Â¬ Moores at Waco 3rd SaturJn - 1 Madison Lodge No Young Lidy in bonk store 200 pm 4 I O O- - F Lve Covington WHITE HALL KY 7 25 am thusiasm with which the connoisseur 425 pm meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Oldham Constable Islington Havo yon photographs of Mrs Cleve- Â¬ 825 am 520 pm Purl spoke cf it Temporarily set in spring Yates District No 5 T I Co- 8 S2 am land 547 pm Hallon Main Street Clrk Yes maam twenty Offers hi professional services to the Arr Mlllerxburg WF FARLEY NG 916 am 611 pm Carlixle Kingston 4th SatunUy clamps for convenience of handling aug17 lyr Lu u YL five cents Thnt seems public 1010 am r s pn JolitLwm- Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Weaif without soiling its dazzling facets it LJ Fkazee Secretary 1045 am very cheap 1 will tako one if you Maysvllle 740 pm George Young Constable was put beside an absolutely flawless DR Will you have ono of plensi J FAIN C No 10 No li Boone Encampment N040 meets every Glade District No 6 James I W brilliant of the first water of almost Daily Dally SOUTII BOUND also only Ion conts Fellows the President third UNION CITY KY at Berea 3rd Saturday Jolm EiSnu Ex San first and Main Thursday at Odd Ky equal size that alone had appeared a Street Richmond Tcn cents Hall on YL Isnt that very a lovvav at Wliites Station 1st a Offers his professional services to thing of matchless beauty Compared W D ALVERSON C P dear R G Ballard ComUble Lve Ma rkvllle 5 SS 1250 pm public with the respleatleit glory of the other L J Frazee Scribe Two Fine Chargers Mr Bumpus the a m 125 pm Johnson 630 Kirksville DMrict No 7 J M C Parrislif Office at Powell stone however the white oho seemed Carlisle 7 24 am K19 pm I saw you taking a horseback ride rea Je at Kirksville and Saturday 748 am 243 Pia Jllllersbuni Aug 17 tf to fade and grow dulL The blue of Richmond Uniform Degrc Camp No Ray at Kirks ille 3rd Saturday J yL Your own horse this morning 815 am yio pm Arr fnrli am ecio pm 3 meets second Thursday in each month Fowler Constable this matchless gem is of that Lexington 015 No only a livery Mr Wumpus Covington 1135 am 600 pm at Odd Fellows Hall rarest tint that is deemed the J F Cornelison Ho looked liko a fine M C Heath Poosey District No S J N lU-i- -f hack R A BARLOW Captain of altsolute the diaÂ¬ perfection r at Cottons Store 3rd Monday So I thought until I paid No 15 leaves Lexington 800 p m archarger CORNELISON L T Frazee Clerk HEATH Chandler at Reagans Store 3rl tria mond giving it the highest re Â¬ rives Paris 842 p m Then the owner of tho stable tho bill S D Carpenter Constable Practicing Physicians KNIGHTS OP HONOR fractive power and greatest brilliance Harpers No 8 leave Covington 450 p m ar cast him all in the shade Million District No 9 J M I or of color All the i arious and rives Falmouth 650 p m Bazar KENTUCKY Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets Stapps RICHMOND Store3rd Tuesday A U S fires that glow deep in evening in Odd Fellows No my son shall not work in a 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives everly Friday professional service to the No Covington Soo a m bv at Holmans Store rj ia Ihe heart of the royal opal seemed to Hall at 7 oclock bank Hes a delicate boy and I do oiler their James A Harvcv Coostabe public dart in vivified and intensified flames Daily Except Sunday JOHN TAYLOR Dictator not want him to put himself in the Ed Rowland Reporter from ils facets Qiivering in the said a Harlem way of danger NOTE Trains 3 nnd t are dally botween Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other spring shanked clamps its But I dont sas how bank mother DR GILES HARRIS trnlus are dally except Sunday play of dazzlinglr Lrilliant color CUURCU DIRECTORY can bo considered dangerous work Direct connection is made at Winchester WACO KY with Chesapeake nnd Ohio for ML Merlins provoked an optical illusion by which replied tho husbaniL Arent bank Huntington Charleston W Vo Anhlnud it appeared to dilate and contract as clerks constantly exposed to drafts Oilers his professional xervices to the und Eastern Cities 3 and 4 run via Wln FAST LINK Nos if it were pulsating with life jau4tr public Judge Steinway Sons BAPTIST chesterolld Trains with Pullman BteepliiB- The adventures f this regal gem cars oeiween Cincinnati and luciimnna a Fair Customer I thought you Saturday Calvinist Cane Spring Hazleton Bros and Winchester and Wellington U C have been rather romantic In 1810 had servants waiting for places Throuith Tickets and Bengalee Checked to and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru DR S M any destination reached by a railroad it disappeared from among the treas- Â¬ Christie Employment Agent Plonty of them For full particulars address orcall on any pard ures of Isabella of Sp iin but whether PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON agent o the Company or madam bnt wa do not keop them here Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and New England it was captured in the looting of the in the reception room thpy aro in tho B II a FUen MOitSEAct E TravBACON Agt Sunday Pastor Rev T L Law son Pas- Â¬ KENTUCKY RICHMOND palnct orwassolen by an officer of PaKsr Pawr Oh waiting room up s airs F C Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday and other Pianos Covington Ky Lexington Ky JitnIy Office on First Street the royal boiiehohl- under cover of tor Rev L P Johnson Well I keep a boarding house and I H E HUNTINGTON F B CARR Agt the jHvvailing disturbances as is by wa it a dish washer EA Richmond Ky Yes Ueul Manager Havs Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Chicago Cottage Organs some alleged is undetermined At Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble maam Giotge go up stairs and toll H Ueneral Office Covington Ky MD all events it to Amsterdam the girls thero is a placo vacant for a Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday where it was rccut with great ini Pastor T L Lawson Tid lady renovator of hotel china PHYSICIAN and SURGEON FIAX0S AXI ORUANS FOR REM is pr vement of and Irilliancy Brick Churchjth Saturday Kirksville Bits raMrtkaroiiiraiasrei RICHMOND KY tenty years latr was resold lo Rent applied as part paymtn and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake CURES WHU AU USt IAJLS gl Best Conga Sjrrcp Tastes cood Cse R4 Q nen Isabella whose circumstances OFFICK Second street next doorto THE CURSE OF GOLD Republican ist Saturday and Sunday In time Boldbrdrnnrtits Write Fo Pricks and Terms f AN OUTCAST RACE had belt red in that interim Whiles Drug Store But by and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor Discoverers of FamotM Minns Who Met 1371 her vieiseitudiiiniis Rev Preston Blake LUKE U MILWARD Special Htteniion given to Microscop- Â¬ luck had Possible Derivation of the Cncols of the With Volent lieaths of Chemical examinations S and 10 W Main St Lexin-o- Pyrenees from the Aryan Goths Ky changed again and -- he had to s 11 it Richmond ist and 3rd Saturdays and There is a singular superstition in ical ami fluids of the human body Cure I believe PIsos saved Under llw namo of Cagots there the mining distiics of America that tissues and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each in Pirs An American gentleman for Consumption June 22 tf Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night lives in the Pyrenees and Iho old tho discoverers of hidden treasures in my life A H Dowkll bought it and brought it over here Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply Editor Enquirer Eden Aquitanian regions on both sides of tho bowels of the earh are sure to thinking knew of a that he ton N C April 23 1887 Richmond Predestinarian Service 2nd T ha I iis revotntion them in the Spa iTsii Uiper aud Iho meet with a violent end Miny in- Â¬ PARRISH mate for it bnt when the stone r worhl luring hi Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday French Iowur Novarrc in Bearn Gas be had in mi ml was compared a ceniury stances aro from time In timo adduced Pastor Rev E H Burnam Attorneys At Law f wnn r cony Gjionne and Lowor Pdtou a in support of the statonipiit and go Rfflonr the with it the mlende I match seemed Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Inventive procres bi a method ami jT mtr RICHMOND KY hardly more than Id ns glass Back to peculiar race who have bee much far to show that numbers of adven Â¬ e work thnt cull be performed nil TWO STRANGE WORDS Pastor Rev L P Johnson country without epAraUnic tlie tr ike5 talked about and avo attracted the turers literally die in their shoes The Special attention ulven t abstracting Paris he sent bis gem to have a male Unionjrd Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ from thir homes Pay liberal iny o e an Kentucky Urns Zwelliler Ilictises tlte Perplexities attention of the peoples about thcin original found for it I bore and for several i do the work eiilKT ex vonn ir propretors of close on forty titles to hinds in Eastern day Pator Rev J I Wills or Our JUknua speclHl ability required Oipii n t iec ici years the quest was continued vainly from very ancient times Formerly Office in Climax building 8 E successful mines have been accounted Viney Fork 2nd Saturday and Sunday yuu Bre aturted five Cut thin nut ami fu t Dos is so shtrange in der Angli li whom name linguists for in this wayv Twelve wero shot Corner Main and Second Streets up all over Europe Two or three yoars tho Cigits o pi ij lo us nnd we will em ynu fre Fastor Kev J 1 Wilis June 22 tf of great valite Hud importance in vrr ago he got it batk booing that in the lonnguagc apoud oop nnd down derive from ctnis Gothcu G ithic three wr ra ingulf d while the rest stairs Sun- Â¬ will uirt yo la bushier which Waco United 2nd Saturday and rJ B The best Cough Medl- mean time the ma iy diamonds bought Vhcn I readt apoud oop nnd down you In more money rhtht awav t ian t v dog wcro confonndod with Cretins disappeared i i tho ciies of Ddcota day Pastor Rev Proton Blake H ciue is Pisos Cure fob 8 Vhen I cross The a sociatitn thlneclae In the world iraml oiimt BURNAM in late years by onr numerous million- Â¬ how shall I take him wis a mistakoi one and New Mexico and wero never N Consumption Children H Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Add eTrue to Ausosta Manaires might be a match for it There de river high oop o i a plank you say M for the Clios with thoir larga mus-Â¬ hcard of afterwards D take it without objection vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday uov 30 lv Gjorgo H You vill be dizzy look not down By all druggists 25c fl does not how vcr seem to bo as yet cular forms shapjly s kull prominent Fryer from uhnm tho Fryer II 11 in each month at 1 1 oclock A M anJ look oop uml I undcrstandt dot any jK ospcct of realization for his also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Tastor RICHMOND KENTUCKY nose strongl -- marko I features bltio mine had is name committed suicide But vhcn I readt in der noosbabor Elder M Campbell hope Since it has been in his hands eyes and smooth blonde hair arc in Djnvcr R Hur- A Tivo years bcfnrj his OFFICE witli V F CURES WHERE AIL ELSE f AILS he has had it subjected to another aboudt der big hotel dot vos purned decidedly diff rent from that weak 03 5 June 22 It death he pscs4cd one million dol- Â¬ nam on First Street CATHOLIC ka BOS t Cough Sjran Tastes cood Dee El 00 i 1 1 - s CO i and goitrous lars tho expenses of his funeral had -i deformod cutting for the jnrfi c ing of Fome of she po purned oop und she po purned minded C In time Soldbrdnuilsts gL down I know dot ish der same Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun its facets in which operation it was and their pl ydcal appear- Â¬ to be paid by the ntithnritics class JuJ tifTer- Paktor Rev Father days 10 A M A SULLIVAN 1 lo reduced by a thirty second of a carat down und oop is shoost a leodle iiiwiieux f 11IS MIT 11 r i ance in fic goc to sustain the of the Stand- Â¬ HI IKK17U0SH Haley ont Und vhen I readt again dot der etymology of their name tha wo havo Tho di covtrer ioar7 Gm from its previous weight of 3 carats 7133731 California was in mine JLt rich man is all prokc down und pretty t montioned and to indicate a possblc ard DISCIPLES OF CHRIST rebJ 1-a4 Uf Ilnbies can hardly Le said to have IIM 11 5 right avay he is all proko oop derivation from Ihe Aryan Got lis The swnllowe I up by an nvalanche 7 S tl 5 7S9 become cheap any ntore than dia Â¬ soon 1 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding mil HUKirn Colonel Storey another wealthy miner cuiiKii r to dink dot is pretty much der same type of which wo speak also corre- mxasaiSaturday Pastor Elder J C Walden monds Ciw owned in tlits city that OFFICE on First street same tin was killed by the Pyramid Indians ps7 only a leedlc tiffcrcut Xir 4-- -11 a 3i jt ssassi1 t 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding fully with the race relatives of William Fair weather who brought to formerly occupied by County Jude is only four carats in weight is os 4 S S TI Rl a4s M Und vhcn der doctor tell my locdlo Isponds ct6 Iy Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- living outside of tho Pyre Â¬ light the hidden treasures of Alder Miller tcemed to be worth 6 009 and that sion rriiM isawayaiiiatM M 17 1 I3 1 poy he roust take dot pitter medicine j day Pastor Elder Colier notwithstanding the fact that it is not who arc variously callod nc- - guch caino to his death by drinking tocscc3 My leedlo fellow now you lie sav 2nd Sunday and preceding Kirksville of the true pigeon Wood tint In cording to tho place Ctihots Caqucux fct3 1 SS Jfril Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew trink it all down1 und don ho say right Caquins Cacoas Collibrats ete nnd and riotou livinjr Ayet more terrible J SCOTT si sien other respects than color hnwsver it iiitnK cult lit UK 17 is end had William Farrcll in a hospital is a pravo WM17H1I1I avay to his m udder dot Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4U1 Sundays and is said to be one of llie most porfectly 123 23 ZJ 35 are spread to Lower Foitou in Britlie had discovered at San Frircisc hW preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 30 31 poy to tako dot lopelia or dose salts --V In utiles rnbtes m the world II 1 2 31 4 Si 5TJ a 3 1 a d Mime aud far down into the rich mine rV Meadoiv Lake but I J A M Pastor Elder B C Hagcrman und scena ho vas so goot to opon his tauy 71 S S RICHMOND KY M 11 K 4s KH Spain 11 14 ISH 17 H 19 III CM HlSt hundreds of deceive gold seekers sur- Â¬ and Mt Zion ist and 3rd Sunday und trink it all oop und dos inouth caa June 22 tf Office on Second Street The race of the Cagois was for hui Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor gniishlng and grin- Â¬ rounded his bed is shoost der same Bet Jet -i-UNIQUE COMPOSITION years supersliliously avoided ning so horribly that he c mid not Elder L H Reynolds 3 4 Si 6 - I dor very nice lady dreds of Und J45 J 11 UI1 II by the other inhabitants of tho coun- Â¬ die ISillClUltlSK Richmond Services everv Sunday llie owner of the II imStako CS knock at der door und my frau say M 17 w w 20 r s lTlisrabBasa A IMrce of Poetry Vflttcli Can lie Head ropeled Sunday school at 930 A f try despised persecuted Prayer mine beenmo a highwayman ono dny 3 34 btssirasiao 13811 3 28 77 S 3 Come in und siVdown very bolitc Three UUTrrmt Way meeting Wednesday evening Pastor as if abandoned and outcast ho attacked a mail conch but the at Â¬ Dank 3 011 how is dot treated I send a unqie composition which and sho say Prof C P Williamson rjstijled in all legal and social tendants shot him dead John Homer poor lccdle sick poy I vill stay all aud KY was originally published in a Phila Â¬ RICHMOND right Dark superstition and tho of the limner mine spent his last cjnt Union ist Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ delphia japer over a hundred years night und sit oop mit him und I say Office on Second Street June 22 tf prejudice of oarlicr times attrib-Â¬ and then put a billet through his day Pastor ago I may lie read three different how is dot She vill sit down und sho uted The Popular Xlno tettvean them a to constant brain White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor D iiighnut Bill -Ol Eure- Â¬ ways Frst let llie whole be read in vill sit oop Vill sho sit away high leprosy Elder L H Re nolds supposed ka wcro A thoy Cincinnati died liter- Â¬ Nmcmilo Clarke O dos is too an der shelf the order in which it is written second oop Â¬ to havo a peculiar repulsive exhalaally in their sho s being killed in LAFAYETTE and EPISCOPAL- read the lines downward on the left of ridiculous to be destitute of carlaps to be saloon sciflls Montana Plunmer O lean nich understand apoutdoso tion each comma in every line third in j KY Richmond Protestant Services every color blind to sco in the night liko who discovered one of the richest Will practice in Madison nnd adjoining like manier on the right of each com strange vonlts down und oop und oop cats nnd owls and were accusod of Sunday morning and evening and on Tki EnUn Tnlct En THEOCSH Hltitt Chup In the Court or ApieaK iniuc3 in tho world nnd was sheriff counties nna Drift ma in the nrst reading the revolu- Â¬ und down Pastor Rev W Y omini iIoner8 Ptillman Sleeping Oars and Eletrant TU Friday evening of- Â¬ Office in Master pretonded likewiso disgraceful for a time did on tho gallows clininy Chair Care on Nlirht Trains Sheppard tionary cause in condemned and by office over Circuit Clerka office fenses Thoy were treated as fcoblo Maffniflcant Parlor Oars on Jiy Trains The Largest and Finest Hotel Ctintcrs JourniL Ihe other encmraod and lauded June 22 tf A Revolution in Watches METHODIST baings afilictd with contagious dis- Â¬ in the city Ilark bark tbe trumpet mkhhIj the din ot ease and mural impurities who should College Hill Centenary M E ist THE JEWISH DEAD wars alarms Bttvmit Tho wach without hands which has not bo touched nnd with whom as lit- Â¬ Sunday morning and 4U1 Sunday morn- Â¬ Oer seas asd saHd grewd delh call as all to Lou is ing and night Prayer meeting every alto 4 Per Day and recently been brought beforo tho pub Â¬ tle business interciurso should bo had Various Emuhalln Views on the Subject arms AND TU Us C L St L A C Ellwr Bis Four ol Creiuatlou AVbo fer Ktag George do stasa their honors ternate Wednesday night Sunday school lic is simply a watch with ordinary as possible Down to the ssvontocnth ait Tsadslls Lla soea nfeall trhne Cremation has becomu a controver- Â¬ Fnllman Boflet Slerrtnjr Cars rnlltnan Itccltntnr every Sunday morning Pastor Elf J F According to rooms Their rata is at basa who with tbe Oaagreu whcelwork in which the intermediate century they woro thus treated If sial question among the Jcus Lord Grider Chair Car New Mrst Claas Coache Second teeth are wanting aud which gear thoy lived in the towns thoy were con- Â¬ JMa Claia Coaches and Digace Can all ran through M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ College Hill Rothschild is at issuo with the chief Tbe aeU of ParMamest ia tbem I raueh de-- cvory minute and hour only Turkish and Plicoton I Jn IB The fined to a particular quarter in which without change between Cincinnati and St Louis day morning and night Prayer meeting Met though admitted lo tho ohor citzens rarely c inic if thoy rabbi upon it and opinion in the earsea latest who tar the Congress contrivance every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Â¬ Hotel Elegant Rocllnlng Chair Cars I bate their SPEED SMITH Asent possess scni3 inconveniences is on canio out of their quarter thoy wcro Council of Iho Unitrd Syi ngoguo ap- Â¬ Brrwiuj cat day school every Sundav morning Pas- Â¬ oct26 Iy Tbe Tories of the day they are ray daily toast claimed to pre- Â¬ obliged to wear a piece of red cloth pears to be so divided that tho subject ihe other hand Rev D Ware and DI torKirksville PPastor Rev S K10HM0ND KY sholvjd for tho nomcnt on has beon Tbey seen irtH sseek away wbo Iadepen tence sent genuine preferences soma i tin W Pceplcs on some conspicuous part of their TT Rinrt tlm the assurance of one of ils members I1 kinds of CIKttACtadIn4 Hell renin or exchanRes Thus the ordinary make Providence 1st and 3d Sunday morn- Â¬ dress so that others might recognize that any discussion now would be of Wbe aea resielBoee beM tbey have my hand over Real Eetate on reaeonnblf Itrinn nnd Commodious Recllnlna Chair Cars ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson the con t ruction not only allows ihoiu and keop away from them and beart DirnxxN May tbay fer staves be setd who ut aWhlggish the reading to be accurate but also an acrimonious nati re and would represeiitK flit cIiB Fire and Life In Popular Science Stonthy Richmond South Sunday school part Muuolii lead to no result 3 bo original men- Â¬ suntnee ompanleM Ilk ud Seshk of estimating the time that permits 9 jo T J Scott Superintendent Services On HaaseeM Xertb aad liate may daily bless MitcheliV Office in Covington tion of the topic was due to tho re- Â¬ Via SHELDOJT ever 2nd and 4th fcundav mornings at rLalir separates each passing miuute Thero Mark Twain and Darwin C I St L 0 sad T V IT K B4s ceipt of a letter fro 11 n member of a ClnthliiKHtore Oenfaslon aad dispute ea Oagress evermore FIELD it A M and every Sunday night at 7 P is not only an optical signal given bat June22 tf Te Nerlh aad BrMteh tards may honor stilt be M Pastor Rev 1 A Henderson Mark Twain enjoys a good sfory constituent synagogue as to the burial ltChlcsrStreals u4 reoris dosa and also an acoustic one since at every dwee atdlat eocaactloai are wada with all Usesla to he doesnt mind telling of ashes of Jews in Ihe event of cre Â¬ so much and from th Kerthwest TTcst and Sonthwett I wisb a bteek et eerd to General Washington change of f gttro Iho car perceives a one eventhat his own expense Largest and most complete s cit PRESBYTERIAN I mation The letter was referred to CIIAS STOWELL I GEO V FORMAN Ilrtif h Tktiti at Washington Star W Central KentucVy slight sound nnd consequently it be Cketls tt til f riidftl ICzli Our moo ti ltTri Bethel Meeting House 2nd and a caPital one th him thcr the executive committee among whom Can b obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L 5h Goods and Lowest Consistent Pr its comes useless for ono to examine his hcard Sundays AN C ATjalso la thUIlre stall Coupon Tickt P CARROLL watch in order to measure a given in- Â¬ day which I hope ho wont mind my strong feelings for and against crema- Â¬ Dyeing an Arabian Lad Omces throughout the country Formans Chapel 4th Sunday said Biv D- - Parker tion aro reported tu havo manifested 77 and 79 V Man S terval of time a feature of special relatiug Kirksville ist and 3rd Sundays Pastor JOHN ECAN eal Pass and Tkt ictat Mr Clemens The lady who is about to undergo vnluo to engineers physicans ofScers told me that he once themselves Lkxisgto Kt jann ir Tho result was a neural corcnnrATiQ RevWm Crow i the dyeing prooees is stretch d out at travelors and obscrrors Tho experi Â¬ visited Darwin Tho great naturalist report to tho council rccon 111 mding Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ 8Mly full length on her buck ai d is not al Â¬ menter kuows exactly whon a minuto took him through his work roim and that it should ikci 10 to answer hypo- Â¬ day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights lowed to stir Tbe paste is put on tho begins and ends Jeweers1 Weekly showed him whatever thero was of thetical questions The president RichmondSccond Services 11 A M Pointing to a table with a Lord Rothschild road a letter from soles of interest feeA the toes included and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton LOW TOURIST RATES reading lamp and three books on it the cliitf raid in which Dr Adlcr about an inch thic tho upper part of Wc represent the following Insurance Silver Creelc Chapel ist and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Miss Mary A HHtehinson of I ho said tbe feet is never dyed Soft leavos are I dont want auy ono to expressed himsolf most cm hntlrally Companies and solicit your patronage Drej s- Front room over For 347C0 a first class rotind trip ticket days suitors and I disturb that table for those aro Mark then applied as a covering and tho GravioUiH Teitn had two Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A for rent Apply to W Kites against cremation ns opposed lo Jew- Â¬ cood lor 00 Jayt wita stop over privileges can often d to marry tbe man who first ob Â¬ Twains bonks and they are tho only ish law and usag 6o323 00 be obtained from St taul to Croat talhf Mon- Â¬ M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M whole is tightly wraped in linen Ho cited the first Guardian of London Assets Janu tf WG WHITF tana tbe Weslv Thompson books I read I read myself to sleep verso of the second chapter of Amos Queen of Lit erpool 13 S35 00 northwest comuig in mulartnriiig centre of tbe Pastor RevL H Blanton D D The same process is gone tbrongh tained the Keens o OcIySSCOO ft a inmuu German of Frecport M Buckley entered the race 00 2100114 with the palm of the hand and the and J willi its denunciation of Moab beÂ¬ Commercial Union of j with thorn at ntht nnd I road my Â¬ andrcturu figa AW ITI30 Bimilrrre Re wanted are those wtn- K fingers To keep tho application in Both secured their papers at tho same self awake with them in tho morn cause ho buriic I tho bones of tho King kxihaic London fitrora as low 11701103 00 auetionsBSi Bates correspondingly ptmta RICHLY IhlxatMl tben aitroi fT timo and starlod back together but ing raat and south Mr demons said ho felt very of Edom into lim Hurt honorable place the lady must lie perfectly still L rd Rothschild Firemans Fund of Cal HADISOX COUNTY DIRECTORY 204842 00 Kill be named to points In llianesota and Da Â¬ tbatlrlll lull tut all night for no other parts of the Buckleys horse become lamed and much flattered by this but then thero took occasion however to set against kota or tipon Sound and tbe liiciSc llielr homes anil families The Ill sr rrfl ii Total Fund - - - 55172722 00 Coast For turtUer particulars addresi K E boJy must receive the dye and a spot Thompson won tho girl by three mln was a good deal in common between this tl o burning of tho bodio of Saul nnuleanil are now mkiue sce a mi CIRCUIT COURT Tupper Distrkrt Pssei er Jlg nt 231 South dollars a moalh II Is utos f r Et one Darwin and himself thoy had both and his s ms in order that they might on the back of the hand or tho finger lark Judge J R Morton rnnkef4anttownrliiper tiar who ggrPoweir office on Second Rtreet CeneralStreet Chfcnito IL or C H Wiimcf Xuiaengcr Agent bt Paul JUan done much to disillusion people When not bi Eubjucted lo any indignitr Ho and Formans at Bonanza RollerMills L Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brans Ins tu work KMher rezyonic joints would be a great disfigurement tnl not nerlet we Mart Holla Mo They took a vote in FvtrJ ton Darwins Mo was published he got a added that ho would havo answered All this time sho is dreadfully teased dec 28 iy Powell Fokjiak Dew No pe4Hl Mlllv roirtv T recontly on Iho question who was tho copy of tho book and turned i s pages tho question submitted to the execu Â¬ Master Commissioner J R Burnam nailer can dn II na wvll an uv orfi by swarms of mosquitoes and flies Of Clerk W II Miller and as a with some eagerness to see what was tive commiltro in sense favorable sweetest girl in school lunaotonretor full parllenlars wrr rt but she dare not niovo to drive them a lo mail free Aiitlress S4lDson i u Fi havo been no fewer than said about Mirk Twain uo Hs looked cremation Mnloe TIMK OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT away In the upper classes slaves result there One of Iho members de- Â¬ Go The partnership heretofore existing keep away these twenty fights between youug men and carefully but he didnt find his name clared cromatioi to bo the burial of watch all night to Third Monday in March and Septcm- under Ihe firm unme of Tribhle Hj found a statemen pests with fans The same process old friends ami and brothers of tho mentioned tho future but further disc ission was Bhumt Rrocerw on First atriet Rich In Sa WoHdemexSM Mirr tt l however which quito reconciled him deprecated on tho grounds already must be repeated for three nights to fair contestants form hot are COMMOK TLEAS COURT inoud ICy The Bonds isued in payment of sub- Â¬ conxent T Is dhvolttil bv mutual TIi n llift nfitissinn ctntimnfc stated London Xews marvels or lHvetiiM TJ secure the desired red tint but once J Tribble retiring All Judge T T ocoU arpmtiMilAr nnifluihlA W Among the mn who handle tho scription of Madison county to Louisville clnini8 aai Mr Clomna thai Ttir- finl bed it remains for a month and ran beUoae while living l1iJ linn Master Commhsioner S E Scolt and Nashville Railroad due in February senled 8ninst the firm should be pre brakes on tho Brooklyn bridge cars At nnrnMnrt trilpniidM- vjn bad suffered from atrophy of the to the continuing can not be washed out Jlfenioir of an A Ciiinaniti in New York ii April July and October iSf i lamtMulitp ami receive fn Clerk W H Miller U col- infl2a and iSSS M Blount and all debts partner W are twolaujers a cleigyman a brain for a long time andhadntboen name 1 TahU Tdik It is nit stated will be paid on maturity at the Madison Frmcett due tlif Ami TIMS OF MOLDING COMMON Aabtan wn uaw Mihvr trx or all go Li aud a graduate from able to read any decent literature lege profess PLEAS COURT from V to t per dor and oinfil w f hotild be paid to him but wo supposo barber Kor National Bank Richmond Ky First Monday in January ist Monday tlioy H ve Yob Marled free si feb7 4t T J Triuble Oxford tried adds to wr strength j CriiCm Eery reqnlteil sHoe twive niote over ritlovm EeraltL C D CHENAULT Com tf in June and 3rd Monday in October W M Blount Klngicday atluiswork AUsiecetni Mov JO Indian chiet marvel-eusly-tinted ever-changi- gt HOUSEHOLD HINTS Bow Housekeeper Can Assist Their ZeM Experienced Sisters How many people seem to go through the world as if they were blind folded never picking up an idea as they grope along or giving out one I have seen mothers who did not knowwhat to do in the most ordinary cases of sickness among their little ones It is the greatest misfortuno to be dependent on another for expe- Â¬ rience If we wcro more observing and would tax our memories a little more it would be cause for congratu- Â¬ lation When I go from homo I make it a rule to learn something new if I can only tako back with me a good recipe I have learned something Wo can scarcely fail to obtain knowledge if we seek after it Evcrv bodv can impart some information or usoful knowledge if they try I hoard a lady say once that she had a groat fancy for getting good recipes and yet she had no home of her own had boarded for years but sho said I like to be able to help others so I gathor my recipes and then give them to some one else I thought It was a gnod idea Remcmbor we all know somothiag that probably another does not Never be afraid to impart whatyouknow there arc a great mmy housohold hints that we can givj tho young and inexperienced that may seem trifling to us but of great benefit to them I was an old housekeeper before I know that by separating tho whites and yelks of egg and keeping them cool would make the whites froth sooner Many a time have I wondored why it was hard and tedi- Â¬ ous to get my oggs to frotlu How much trouble this k iowlcdgo would havo saved me Practical suggestions are often so beneficial that a few may not come amiss now and then In cake baking a small dish cf water set in the oven will prevent tho cako from t corching If you want a pretty dish of poached oggs you can havo them by putting muffin rings in your saucepan of boiling water and break Â¬ ing each egg in a ring An apple or two kopt in your cake box will keop cako from becoming dry and if tho applo is replaced by a fresh one every now and thon the cake will be pre- Â¬ served some time S j many ladies suffer from rough hands in winter A very simple preparation I keep always on my toilot table i Half onnco of glycerine half ounce of bay rum and two drops of carbolic acid This is an cxcelont preventive against chapped hands face or lips and is very pleas- Â¬ ant to use a few drops of pcrfumo can bo added if one wishos Every lady should keep a botllo of household ammonia on her washstand There is nothing equal to it for softening the hands A few drops in the water is all that is noccs3ir and in summer it is invaluable Many persons aro much troubled from too free perspira- Â¬ tion it is a causo of annovanco to many very neat people A certain preventive of any odor arising is tho simple uso of common cooking soda wash in strong solution of soda and wet tho soda and put a little under the arms This will be fouud invalua- Â¬ ble to some people A very nice way lo clean a carpet is to first sweep well to remove all tho dust then have a vessel with about a gallon of water if Ihe carpet is large less if small add to this a teacup of spirits of turpen- Â¬ tine With your broom dipped in this sweep the carpot well going over the room once or twice The colors will bo brightene I and your carpet look al- Â¬ most as well as a new one Practical talks may not alw ays prove interest- Â¬ ing bnt lot us hope that they will ba profitable and if wc can lighten an Â¬ others burdens or in any way help each other on we hare fulfilled one of the grandest missions of life Atlanta Constitution A St JOBS PATIENT WIFE Paul Iiillovipher Dun Juitlce to a vvrongeil Wiituau of fun hProfessional Cardsj - LOCAL DIRECTORY I TIME OF KEKTUGRYCEHTRiLR B- JIOLDHW OJJARTlRLy COLVTV COCRT xs for it ho has ha I the sympathy of tho human raoi for four thousand years But it has not been so wi h Jobs wife Nobody has ever spoken a kind word of her Qi tho contrary she has bion lndd up for forty cen- Â¬ turies as a horrihlo example But for all that we aro confident tho poor woman deserves a better place in his- Â¬ tory than slis has ever occupied If she was sour tempered she had enough lo give an acid tingo to her disposition She was - made to drink the dregs from a vary bitter c ip and it is probable that she boro her ronuies Willi auotlt as rauci eqnantm- ilf M tuo avara u wo nan would da In tho first plac3 sho was suddenly reducd fr mi luxury to penury Any unfortunate woman who has suffered this or leal knows just the franio of mind oor Mrs Job was in In the next place she was bereft of her children There is no grief so burÂ¬ densome ns that which falls upon a niothors heart when the gravo hides her children from her sight In addition to this accumulation of sorrows she was loft with an invalid husband on her haids J b was cov- Â¬ ered with boils and experience has taught us that thero is no more exas- Â¬ perating patient than a man with a buil on him There aro wives and gnod wives too in this Christian land of ours whose lives have been made most miserable for days and weeks at a lime by a husband with one boil Just think then what this poor wom- Â¬ an had to endure with a husband with perhaps from fivo hundred to a thou- Â¬ sand boils on him Is it any wonder that tho woman eicouraged her hus Â¬ band to terminato his existence The only wonder is that sho didnt cut her own throat in despair But those wcro not all the troubles that Jobs wife had to bear Her hus- Â¬ bands friends came on a visit to him and took possession of tho houso for six weeks at a time Other women and good women too have had to en- Â¬ dure the same r fll clion a id they can i very easily recount for Mrs Jobs ex j hibitioi of bid tempr Job got wor- rind with tho Ihreo visitors himoclf and yet he didnthavo towaiton them to clean up their rooms to wipe the tobacco juice from Ihe parlor carpet every day to sweep out the mud they carried in on their boots and to sub-Â¬ mit to the thousand and one annoy- Â¬ ances that a male visitor gives the housekeeper j It is about timo that somebody was raising a voice in defense jf Jobs wife and saying a kind word for the poor woman who for four thousand years has suffered the slings of unjust criticism in uncomplaining silence Thero arc a grjat many Jobs wives in the world to- - lay We meet them every day They mny not hare hus i bands with boils on their bodies but I they have husbands who go to the Thoy have hus- cubs of evening bands who are selfish enough to dc- vote all their ti na to b isines and pleasure without considering that a portion of that time of right belongs Iho charm of whoo tothowomai The ex stenco is his companionship Jobs wives of to day aro the women who are bnrdeuel wuh tin cares and sorrows of this lifj an I who got no cimtifitlitr Aim tlipir nnmn IftTfnn St Paul Globe i i Job was a wo id trfnllv nffl uod man but as a partial componstion A young lady in Odbi a kiowl edges that she hank A Wilkes Smith D D S - LODGE DIRECTUliY BLUE GRASS ROUTE MAsojnc Lodue VrJr jtnuary April July and the mi fy ourt ef Claim ml Quarterly fX-tob- Court fourth -- J PAST t W Df T V le - 1 PHIL 1 t Â¬ T i V 4jJy Pianos and Organs LETCHER it W BRIGHT TURNER 1 1 IpisqI I HmfllifciWglBl m -- 1 Attorney at Law Attorney at T J ET - tt iilis i aw U5 lime ai2xr 1 Attorney at Xjaw Attorney at Iaw Attorney at Xaw J REED POWELL nititi 3H li4 t wqansa apssa -M- iBa 1 Indianapolis GALT - HOUSE CHIOAG eoxiix St O LOUISVILLE REAL ESTATE Cincinnati ijEtaJxxa Â¬ Rates25o 1 INSURANCE J Cincinnaii Peoria Um hn GRASS AND POWELL F0RM mi liusiirance hr OfBce for Rent v rst 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