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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r is rfo -- r rn r i tT e3a5J3 YOLTJME h If r X SSL N J s SJ Sh 6W 3r533P NUMBER GEHTBY Jl J Jr5 Jf II High -- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1888 17 PKOFEOXjCAEDS DR X WILKES SMITH to Dentistry Pressure PKBSIDENTS NAMES fSELECTKD IX 1UIY3IE it watermelons aud garden stufrreslor no more Grape rot then come9 not from animnlculcC or fungus but what is best called colic The sap from vigorous and long roots fills the short vines wiih more sap than can be digested by Ihe sun through the leave the imma- Â¬ ture juice in berries nccumlates and the grape die The animulculre and fungii- - following the natural law of integration attacks and destroys the grapes and at times the vines The walls then accumulate the heat of ihe days sun and give it out in the long dewy nights so that instead of twelve hours di jeslion on the stakes we have twenty four hours on the walls The walls also shelter the grapes against dews and rains Tlie fewer the grapes aud the mote the leaves the chances of rot are diminish- Â¬ ed are very scarce Practice Limited 4 0cP hours C OFFICE Smith Building Mam Street 900 to 1200 M 100 to M june22 tr 30 J jS MORGAN DDS Ky ton National Bank Riobmoiid OFFICE Maiu street over Mndi Living rliaractorizes these modern days The result is a fearful increase of Rrain and Heart DIsoases General DeÂ¬ bility Insomnia Paralysis and In Â¬ sanity Chloral and Morphia augment the evil Tlie medicine best adapted to do permanent good is Ayers Sar- Â¬ saparilla It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood and thus strengtlieus every function and faculty of the body I have used Ayers Sarsaparilla In my family for years I have found it invaluable as june 22 tf A DR J M POYNTZ AND FHYPKIAN BURGEON Second street next to OFFICE june22tf Whites Drug Store G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street june22tf for Nervous Debility caused by an in active liver ami a low state of the blood Ileury Bacon Xenia Ohio For some time I have been troubled with heart disease I never found anv tbinj to help me until I began using Ayers Sarsaparilla I have only used this medicine siz months but it has re- Â¬ lieved me from my trouble and enabled me to resumo work J P Carzanett Cure Perry 111 DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second slreetover Dykes Uricery Slurp juue22t physician for over balf a century and during that time I have never found so powerful and reliable an alterative and blood purifier as Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr M Maxstart Louisville Ky I have been a practicing Ayers Sarsaparilla rRErABKD BY DR JOHN M FOSTER Dr J trtce C Ayer Co Lowell Mass 1 ilx bollles JS Worth S a bottle MAIN STREET Next Door to Lu xnn8 Up Stairs Residence t Willis House 43 iune22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS ruU o office in drm store on lower Main Ktrret ItioluaiHMl Ivy jiil27 ly Offers liis jtrofrssHtnal services to the DR U C AMBROSE FORD KY Oilloe hours 2 to 4 oclock in the 22 af- Â¬ mopTHLY uf Mrtwo Fxgym ICKNESS ouripcr uncinoe 5rcar ooagcp TOcnlcd ScMZk-- f e jf foe avoideiL L ternoon jj tf T SEXSMIT11 M D IUYSIOIAN AND SURGEON W WHITE HALL KY t V- 2fADfrlDrULAlORCo ATX1AJSTA CA arrucltt free 17 20 ers lus professional - services to the aug17 lyr ATtUT wmmt c Ir- - Simmons St Lotus Propr M A SinimonsLivcrMcdicncEud 1K40 in the U S Court deieats J Ujcilin Propr A Q Simmons Liv Â¬ er Keeuljtor EstV by Zeilm 1S68 SI A S L M has for 47 Tears cured Indigestion Bimoi sness UrSrEI SIAICX HEADACHKLofcT ArrETiTE Sour Stomach Etc Church Adams Tenn writes I think I should have been dead but jor your Genuine M A Sim- Â¬ mons L er Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute I Zeilins stuff for your Medi LcSt UlliTil cne Dt it dont ansner the AVr--- The Origirsai Wins M J F Cokkkiisok Heath HEATH C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians ijmily eifler RICHMOND KENTUCKY tlieir professional services 10 the jmblic Jlcr T BReims Pastor M E DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY services to the WHS J pfffev J- - Ofler liis profeS4ional public jni4ir Baftisl Memphis Tenn says received a nackas e of vour Medicine and have used half of it It works like a charm I want no bettir Liver It emulator ard cer Â¬ tainly no more of Zeilms mixture - craves mor iHt Iijr DR S M LETCHER 49M- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Stieet jiuily HW BRIGHT M D IUYSIOIAN and SURGEON lntei- Drug Store Special attenlioH given to Microscop Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tis ues ami fluids of the human body - RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street uext doorto r tJTf SZ BvA WJrrTi iriSTVtiiit yM Sjuuelf DR C Homeopathic S HOLTON and Surgeon George Washington the 500a and great Was willed to nil Hie Chalrof btate And stood flrt In the Prv klents line In Mjventeeti hundred and etlity nliie Two terms the honors well lie bore The people knew ami loved him more Immortal fame r nobly won Attends the name of Wnslilugton Then Adams with a statesmans skill Dkl execute the pwjile will And Keooitd Moo In the work bigim From nlnety se en to eighteen one Then JeHerwm was ealled to be TIhs guardian of our llbertj- And hebl third jHave in this new line From eighteen one till ershletm nine TIhhi MmliMHi stood in the way And Albimis IIhi bay And the Rood he did was plainly teen From eighteen nine till seveutewi Monroe his doctrine stated clear Xo KliiKdoms wanted over here And the IiUerly ear with skill dkl drive From seventeen till twenty live Theu John Q Adams secured the place After a long exciting race And was the first of the okl line From tweuty flve till twenty nine Andrew Jackson then appeared With a party name that Is much endeared Ami made new Democratic leaven From tuenty iilnettll lhlrly seen Van Ruren then took up the reins Whleh IkmiimI the inmtntains to the plains And Willi great skill the drive wasduue From thirty seven till forty one Then Harrison a stern oM Whip Was Captain made or the Union brig But dlel ere scarct he had begun Ills crulsr in eighteen forty one Then Tyler who had bean first mate Was captain made of the ship or State And rnui fully tusail did Mrle Prom till forty five Junes IC Iiflk friHii Temte ee Wa next our President to be lie restored the Democratic line From foryfi e till forty iiIn Then Taylor did in tiiuinph go Xlth the fime he won In Mexico Vo the Piesldeuts elmlr ill forty niiie IH resturtl artln the old Whlgjine But death put an end to his career When lied been President a year And Millard Fi I more came to bo The lT hleut till fifty three The old Whlgeoon whieh hail grown quite fierce Was choked to death by Franklin Pierce Who restored pure enocratic leaven Fro it fifty th i ce to fifty ecn Juinen Buchanan from tlie Keystone State An honest man tlHHtgli never seat 1ioin lllly seeu till Vixly one tivwred the way for the storm to come Then Lincoln known Abe Won honors that will neer fade When lie made the Union strong and great And aved from wreck the ship of State Ills Hoik legau in slxt one In sixtj lHe tlirimgli fate twas done And Johnson filled tlie rest ol histluie Which eiHled in eighteen sixty nine Tlien Gen Grant so cometetit In thefiehl was mHlomir Preshlent Two terms to him were freely given From Vlxty niue to seventy seven Tlien K II Uaye by a stroke or fate Winch liwl the force of seven to eight Was victor In the rsce he run And President till eighty one Then Garfield with true Christian grace A fw short weeks did fill the plaee And promised great reforms to mnke For the good of the land and the peodeii sake Woe to the fiend who did Ihedeed That made the hearts rf the people bleed May Ins mime in oblivion b lost Whose crime was wrought at such fearful cost Vice President Arthur In the hour of grief WascHlled tr the imjsI of the fallen chief And tlie work of the nation did re lvc From eighty one till elgiily flve Then Graver Cleveland gained the day And Democracy again liwl sway And caused all Industries to thrive In eighteen hundred ami eighty five Ureal things we all have seen hliu do Whose numbered President twenty two And now hes run his fotiryears race Hell fill again this same high place ed the long culture to my two trellises years as cholera 200 feet in length aud I have the rot many places more so than for was very fatal in THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS FACTS FOR FARMERS keitt iIonel -- Following this idea the best modern vine culturists place planks on the trellis- posts aud thus secure the vine leaves from dew and rain For external moisture checks the internal evaporation I have Ilso abandoned plowing and hoeing grape vines saving labor and mulch the vines with liltcr leaves and straw with admirable suectss Be tween the old system of short culture I follow the just medium of enough vine for the ronlsand sun Now here is a system of grape culture secure from rot our greatest ene Â¬ my proven by long experience aud common senne But yet hardly an agricultural paper in the Union would republish it Shall they willfully advertise their rivals excellence No in a few years the inquiry will come again What will rt medy grape rot And Ihe gieat journals will raise their eyebrows shrug their shoulders aud respond Quien SaLef Gen Clay has received Ihe following letter on this subject Caulisik Ixd Sept 15 1SSS Having read your article in Naiitional Stockman on the grape rot I am con- Â¬ strained to briefly communicate my exprieuce in fighting the disease Colic as you correctly name it Some years ago I planted Concord vines aud left Ihe trimming to a Du climaii who knew all about grapes Well he used the knife free- Â¬ ly cut everything short result grape rot every 3 ear Bagging 300 bunches saved a part only of those so treated The Dutchman died three ears ago aud I have had good sound grapes ever since I streched heavy wires from the posts of trellis to a barn thirty feet distant and let the vines go to tlie barn which one of them reached in two years I ran the laterals oil to shade a henhouse I shall use the knife sparingly hereafter I have a neighbor who bores a gimlet hole through his vines to prevent rot aud meets with pretty good success The hole allows the escape of almost siiitiuieutsap to save the cn p Very respectfully J S Akin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MONTHLY CK0P REIUIT OF Omen OF COMMISSIOXElt Physician Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street overDM Brights OTicc hours Sno to 1100 A M 200 to 4 00 P M Special attention given to dtsea es of women and all difficult chronic cases Homeopathic dress Tha Popular Lino between Cincinnati IndianapoiiSj and Oct 1st 18S8 CorreStondents have been especially painstaking this mouth in their reports for which we beg to thank Ilium We GHAlK KUT have reports from 107 counties giving conditions of crops and from S3 couniCasslusM Clay in National blockuiau and ties giving comparative acreage ou Farmer tobacco wheat and corn Fkaskfout Ky acimcultuhr uokticultuke and Statistics i Â¬ Patients treated at medicines a distance and The Entire Tnlni tCI THECrtH mtbMt Ciioje sent to any ad Â¬ Pullman Sleeplnsr Cars andElecantKe may 16 1 y clinint Chair Cars on Night Trains XCacnificent Parlor Cars on Say Trains CHICAG ESTWEXN C LAFAYETTE O DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Otters his professional services to the public OlHce at Powells store 12- - and Yasdalla Line Pallman BnBet Sleeping Cars Pnllman ItecHnlnc Chair Cars New Mrsi Class Coaches Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Cincinnati and St Louis TI the a L SU L Four Hallmy Biff Cincinnati and Peoria TIA THE C Elogant Reclining Chair Cars BITWEEN I St L T J MARLTJST VS Ontario Veterinary College VETERINARY SURGEON Office at Foxs Stable RICHMOND - CommodiousBETWEEN Roclinlnz Chair Car3 Mimpoli eriall and Ktchk m Via SHEU30II C I St L A t El C sad I B k W Short LIb C and T P A It Bds - KENTUCKY PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S Corner Main and Second Streets up stairs June 22 tf AtChlciKO St Lonis end Teotla doe and ira mediate connection are made lth ait Lines to and from the ftorthvrest iVrtt and Southwwit Hcttti mi Ettg Cbttti to all Fried il rWtti Can be obtained at any Ticket OEce C I St L Coupon C Ry also via thisline at allcountry TtckU Offices throughout tfle IOH N ECAN Ctnirass and TkL JLgcat CTNCrNNATLQ Itrci Attorney at Lam RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Hur OFFICE with l F nam on First Street June 22 tf I tfTrVTnsM-liisls- E T BURNAM i- Commercial College Oecuplem 3 Ittirge ZXallm antt EiKOTB Hootui 7 III Ml Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on Firet street same as formerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 ly J A SULLIVAN ijBfn iPi1 llfllul Batlaeu Rhrt hasI tVrltlz Teltcrmplir Cheapest Best Business College in the World IIlsir Honor find Gold Medal orer all other Onieei at HorLVt Xifmvlan for System of Hnok Kntna an1 n nrrnl - nwi JSrWoron the past year Kearlv 1809 fitodwit In Irom 8tte anl Foreign CnantrtM 10JW 12 rs employed arwlnirx ui BhiIw coiwl Teacht Boofc keeolnr wof Wllnlnr Conrnr Immaimbtp Cominefctal ThMinew Arithmetic nklnr Jfiat Stock Man Law MerchanrtiMnE iBeasPraetkjTereantll utMtorliie Bnainom oflullT and Board Correwoodenc Coo roe Inclining T iti n Mati fa7hart hnn4 In a nine famlr ehnt fn HreSpeeJfil wrltinccad T eleirapby moms and can Trpf have n taher th n Bmun tlesx Cour- tth be isiffl alone Lady atin-iiuK- lnTiot aw DiAXTytKTt or CS Attorney at Law KY RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL lrttra I lCt Street juue 22 tf naTr-pf-cI- nt al partaaeot far Ladies Attorney at Law Will practice Madison and adjoining in counties ana In tlieLourt or Appeal Office in Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf A J REED LfVINCTON liVfaaheaBtifnland bealth etv or oa lnbWian and u acceMubl by leadlne rariar Orednatca JMi ND Vj jrIon Trtr iioOutran iwk Me- - F w r rsnlai andreas fal ffHmJBESrri 918 nH Ire-- Lc laatan Ky v W S MOBERLEY First streets 1- mnMes tdZritc mrs5ffiuiiisni Suuti v tiuU Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Office corner Main and op Btalra over Bainseye - UfB Cf KEfifirWBrlU m rease- - npukr to a ottar IrOe- br man tt oreai retea Dr IHISTreBBtetB ctsaluaL MMitpn mi tiuA br HSB3 at HlllMira StWtHSBK I 1 ft apl2 Vl UIUIeiauou 7 II f WT uiuravAiiuiiiA fon your urtiul nf the 23rtl of August you speak of grape rot ami propose slak Â¬ ed lime as a remedy I have been raising grapes for u lifetime My father raised several vaiieties of native grapes which were grown hs in their wild stale all the brunches uncut and pread ourtn Hie sun Of course there was no rot He also had a foreign grape ntitio inikiiowii here except H was called Sweet Water from its structure and taatc a light trnncpareiit red witliiuit jmlp but tilled with sweet juice The hunches were straggling wiih many undeveloed berries This grape was never shortened in lis Ieugili and but little trimmed if at all In the fall the vine wa cut loose from the liellis and buried in a trench cut in the earth along the whole length over twenty feet Of course this grape had the rot I look up all tlie modern grapes beginning with the North Carolina Catanbu imtmrUd by Nicholas Ijoug woith I have followed the general course of trimmiiigcloeIy in his fruit- Â¬ ful soil nfler the European clill aud poor chalk culture and found that all varieties took the rot the white varie- Â¬ ties most And generally Ihe rot was worst about July when the vine was most vigorou the dews the heaviest and Ihe grapes most plentiful After a while I observed a 05ttuwba vine trained on the ell of a brick bouse which was allowed full length and never trimmed perhaps forly feet long It bore well aud never took the rot So my two elder sisters cultivat- Â¬ ed vines fifty xbut long perhaps mu- Â¬ lling aud covering a single vine Ihe whole space from the roof to the ground These last vines were manur Â¬ ed heavily with litter from Ihe horse stables put upon the surface for the space of about Ihlrly slx square feet They were rarely If ever trimmed aud were full bearers but never had rot In the meantime following the com- Â¬ mon errpr I planted a two acre vine- Â¬ yard of Catawbas and Isabellas ran them on stakes trenched and cut closely They too took the rot The large vineyards over the Cincinnati hills planted by foreign wine growing Immigrants als- were subject to the rot and cut away 1 now began to tie my reason and studied the causes wliloh made some grapes flourish and others rot on the same Mill I planted before 1860 even varieties ou tlie hriek walls of my dwelling from the North east to the South west corners They were allow- Â¬ ed to coyer live times the space of the stake system They are all now flour- Â¬ ishing and there has been no rot in these twenty elglit years I then cut away my slaked vines and planted In -- Whitehall KY8eit 1883 In TOBACCO There is yet from J to J of the crop on the hill The early planting has all been housed but rains in August and September gave a new life to the late planting and kept it green and grow Â¬ ing In a few more days it will all he cut but very much will be cut before ripening Much of the crop will be of good quality All of it will be very leafy and gummy but Ihe late plant ing will be coarse of fibre with large stem There will be less color than was expected The bright will gener- Â¬ ally be found on new laud aud the higher soil aud will be largely confin ed lo the early cuttings The crop is very little worm eaten but Is damaged by spots or patch Are aud much of it on bottom lands was submerged and worthless The frost on Saturday night has done very con- Â¬ siderable damage in Ihe very low lands especially in Northern aud Eastern Kentucky and Ohio The ex- Â¬ tent of such damage cannot be estimat- Â¬ ed as yet- - The greate danger now is barn freezing Much yet depends ou he weather conditions Â¬ Â¬ wheat The crop Is excellent in quality wiih an Increased yield and will make u Very high grade flour Farmers claim- Â¬ ed a loss of a about 5 per cent on wheat remaining in stacks or shocks when the rain began Threshers books sent out have not been returned therefore we cannot give the yield per acra The acreage for Ihe fall seeding promises to be large but sowing will be retarded in corn lands ou accouut of the tangled condition of the corn stalks CORK The following is comparative acre- Â¬ age for three years in tobacco antl two sense has a general understanding of years for wheat antt corn tho fact that his neighbors house trees and material goods are ohjecta TOBACCO 1678 farmers rai ed in 18SG 17458 toward which he should show respect acres in 1887 11242 acres in 1SSS by the simple process of lotting alone Tho right to altor tho color of his 18242 acres This is an average of hotve to order tho pruning of his 10 1 10 acres lo each one of Ihe farmers trees etc aro recognized to be mat in 18bGof 6 7 10 acres in 18S7 and 10 tors solely under control of their 85 100 acres in 18S8 Or an increase owner acreage with each one of nf an acre But in matters less material yet on the average allowing 1000 pounds more personal there is a groat lack of to the acre The increase would be respect shovn ia our dealings with One another 750 pounds to each farmer over 1886 Persons who would resent being WHBAT called discourteous persons who in the 1723 farmers sowed in 1887 47181 main are kind of heart and even gen- Â¬ acres in 18SS 4S653 acres This is an erous with their money are often sad- Â¬ average to each one the farmers of 27J ly wanting in charitable judgment of acres lu 1887 and 28 acres in 18S8 their neighbors opinions and a proper sense of their peculiarities COKN Too commonly the fact Is ignored 1723 farmers planted in 1887 57965 that a mans opinions and convictions acres In 1S8S 62973 acres This is an are his private personal matter with average for each one of the farmers of which no ono else his a right to med- Â¬ 33J acres in 18S7 and 38 acres in 1888 dle Following is the general State aver Â¬ A man may hold with all tho forvor age of crops live stock c of heart and strength of mind of AVEItAQE AMOUNT OF LIVE STOCK AND which he is capable the principles of Protestantism but that is no reason why AVEKAGESIZE OF CHOPS he should assail tho belief of his Cath- Â¬ Horses 99 mules 99 cattle 100 olic neighbor Indeed it is an cxcel hogs 0 sheep 90 poultry 86 bees ent reason why ho should not do so 95 com 105 rye 82 wheat S8 but instead should extend the tolera- Â¬ barley E0 sorghum 107 hemp 9S tion supposed to bo a part of his reflax 95 clover 74 urass 91 tobacco ligion A man may believo in homeopathy 101 potatoes 92 apples 100 peaches 100 pears 100 grapes 100 ber- Â¬ to the highest dilution but that belief ries 100 garden probucts 100 dairy does not entitle him to the privilego of calling his neighbor to account be- Â¬ products 99 cause ho chooses to seek relief by PKRSKNT CONDITION means of mercury and quinine in as H r eH 100 mules 100 entile 100 heroic doses as he may fancy hogs 100 sheep M0 poultry 100 So in politics the spending of money bees 100 com 97 f wheat 9S sor in social life in dre33 and education ghum 100 hemp 95 flax 77 clover each one should scrupulously avoid 95 grass 100 tobacco 9S potatoes acting as the censor of others who may GO apples 80 peaches 100 grapes differ from hinwelf Least of all is one privileged while 95 garden products 100 dairy pro a guest to attack the opinions of tho duels 97 family whose hospitality he onjoys Very respectfully When for any reason ho can not ac- Â¬ Y Wilson has quiesce in the family regulations let Commissioner of Agriculture him depart and not try to reform the family to his standard of propriety PASSING BAD SILVER By calm persontl arguments or by one may try to A Bosnn Coin Sll cs to Somn People the force of example convince another that his way is tho While Othurs Uiily Spend It Did jott ever in ticc how easily any better but a true courtesy requiros man void of consciunco and honesty that he shall not unasked prosont his passes a counterfeit half dollar on opinions when to do so will wound you and how ulterly impossible it is and not alter in the slightest degree for you to got rid of it Other men the courso of his opponent pass the glittering clicit along but Nor lot any one flatter himself that when it reaches you there it sticks because a man is loud of voico and In tho dark and gloomy itrect car blunt in speech over reidy with cruel where tho shrieking blast and whirl Â¬ judgment of others and free with ad- Â¬ ing snow put out the flickering lamps vice on all matters that he will pleas- Â¬ thohalf frozon driver of tho bob tail antly accept such treatment from oth- Â¬ detects the swindle by tho touch of his ers for he is quite as likoly to resent benumbed and callous fingers The interference with his affairs as the busy man at the ticket office making man of gentler speech and greater change fastor than mill wheols srike chanty gets onto you with both feet Every It is so easy to form tho habit ofj body recognizes tho client and ono meddlesomeness and to persuade ones glance at your guilty faco convinces solf into the belief that ones mission thorn that you are purposely trying lo is to bo a private investig ilor and pass tho debased coin If you go public advisor that ono is apt to for- Â¬ back to the man who gave it to you got that in tho regulation of ones own ho hoots and laughs you to scorn and conduct life presents oaough perplex Â¬ says ho couldnt bo foolod with ing problems without trespassing upon that chunk of glass and powtcr if he the rights of others in a mistaken zeal was doad I once carried a counter- Â¬ to convert them to a better use feit half for two weeks ami ulterly In short lot no one be so intent upon ruined my good standing by offering tho moto in the eye of his neighbor it to every body I dealt wiih Twico that he will forgot the beam in his own I put it in contribution boxos in Daughters of America church and tho deacons ono a Con grogationalist and the other a Baptist BUTTRESSED TREES my own father spotted mo both times In despair I told a friend ffntnres Provision to Keep lip the lteslat anoa of IU Forelt JluriU about it ono day tt brisk young fol- Â¬ Most varieties of trees show a de- Â¬ low who never had any money and velopment of the trunk near the had no credit but cimhl always got ground directly above where the what ho wanto1 Lot mo seo it ho larger roots branch off Our elms Good as gold said ho added and willows have this habit as strongly ossing it in tho air but I could niako marked as any trees perhaps but all a Wter one out of wood in I ho dark that grow in a soft yielding soil show I hold him back the peculiarity Lots get a cigar It is a provision of lvo been in that place with it nature to give the tree support by en-Â¬ twice said and tho last time larging the base and to increase the I the man throw it at me and threat- Â¬ resistance whore the strain is tho ened to have mo arrested You greatest To keep up the proportion said he and in wo between tho trunk and the other mem- Â¬ dont count went ho bought thrco cigars got a bers the tree has no other way of se Â¬ quarter in change looked at it sus- Â¬ curing tho needed strength at tho base antl piciously remarking to tho by growing these buttresses dealer as ho reluctantly pocketed it than the soft bottom lands along the In that thoro was moro countcifeit silver sides of Central American rivers than good nionoy in circulation camo these buttresses run up the trunks fif-Â¬ out I was dumb with amazement teen feet or moro and enlarge the base Robbie theres but ho only said enormous of those nothing to you youll dio in tho poor to an is doscribedextent Ono out two as sending trees of Bob JJurdette houso those projections so as to inclose a semi circle thirty feet in diameter Fruit Storage Houses while the buttresses therasolvoa were not half a foot thic c Tho same reÂ¬ Wo must aim for fruit storago You will never gard which nature has for the support houses abovo ground get what you want in building under- Â¬ of the tree in giving this unsymmetrical ground whore tlicro is always damp- Â¬ growth at its base also leads to an un-Â¬ ness I think yon can erect a wooden usual arrangement of the fibers so building with walls thick enough to that tho wood in th jso parts has a dif- Â¬ Tho fibers aro so keep out frost Fruit kopt in tho cel- Â¬ ferent texture lar with other fruit and vegetables i3 twisted and interwoven and knotted not what it ought to be thoro i3 a taint that tho wood is gnarled and refrac- Â¬ to tho flavor and a great deal of tbo tory undor any treatment This fruit is injured by boing kopt in this renders tho lower part of tho trunk way A person living in tho city ought worthless for timber and greatly in- Â¬ to have n house to preserve tbo fruit creases tho labor of felling tho tree he wants for the tabic If we do not To got around this difficulty it is said sco fine fruit on tho tablo every day tho mahogany cutters of Honduras through tho winter it is a sure mark build up a scaffolding of polos about of groat ncgligonco on tho part of tho tree to the height of ten or fifteen somebody I do roally beliovo that it feet On this they stand and fell tho js not an impossiblo thing to build a tree leaving a stump of course high Â¬ fruit house abovo ground simply by er than tho platform Youths Com-Â¬ having walls lined with hay straw or panion m sawdust and provided with dead air A Turkish Lamp Lighter Vices Magazine zpaccs Â¬ m Dont Be Meddlesome or AriimentatlTe With Other 1coploa Affiilra The person of oven average moral er Tho green hay is twico as nutri- Â¬ tious as the over ripe Ono rule for mixing paris green with plaster for the potato bug is onr pound of paris green to 300 of plaster The most profitable hog is the ona farrowed in the spring so fed through tho summer as to keep it growing and then pushod for the market in the fall or early winter Corn may be late in planting lato In starting and yet give very satis Â¬ factory returns provid3d that it bo cultivated very frequently during all the season of growth There is nothing better for hogs says an exchange than large red clover If tho hogs are ranged so they will not root out the clover the pasture will last for two years and may tlien be turned under for corn It is the duty of every fanner to make a few experiments each season If all run along in the same old ruts no progress would be made No mat tor how small it may be make a break and try something out of the usual line in cultivating and harvesting or your farm operations A hoed crop should be a part of the regular rotation on all farms for the reason that such a crop requires close cultivation and when removed leaves the ground clean Unless this be done the weeds will at some time take possession of the fields though much benefit will result from the use of tho cultivator if a corn crop bo grown A country to be truly prosperous must of necessity raise a variety of crops A variety of crops is necessary to carry on an intelligent and success Â¬ ful rotation so as to guard against soil Stock and poultry need a exhaustion variety of food to maintain health and promote proper development of body and onergy Man himself needs a va- Â¬ riety of food If hogs are given a variety of green food with but little grain in summer they will keep in excelent health and be in proper condition for fattening in the fall Less food is re-Â¬ quired now and it is not beneficial to have the hogs fat at this season except to bo in good condition a3 many dis Â¬ eases are due to the system of heavy grain feeding during warm weather A very large part of the crops grown upon tlie farm in the shape of grain should be turned into meats and butter and cheese before it is sold In this way the land is kept in fertility and the product is very much more valuable and concentrated The farm er who raises crops through tho sum- Â¬ mer and feeds them through the win Â¬ ter has doublo profits Prairie Farm- Â¬ SHACKELFORD k CO The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Â¬ IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that ww handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac for Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find alt he wants under our roof Machinery Trace ehaioa Hames Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Ivor Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town Wc of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but mk all to come ami see for themselves tlie stock of goods we keen in our 17 foot store house Tfcey will find THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We ako run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only empliiy tfce most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry bemtt a practical mechanic him If w9f give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE-as he nas done in the past lAlKlMi i n l f Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets and buying our good strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom priceand that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always find the lowest prices ami the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - mch2i tf WW B p T Cor BWEU1 JOL AT McKEES OLD STAND 9 First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky CTOafESC HATS CAPS FHIISHK GOODS TBOHRS VALISES Tho famous Henry Ward Beecber preacher and fancy farmer claimed to havo solved the problem of getting rid of the Canada thistle He said Tho only way to exterminate the GEHTS weed is to plant it for a crop and pro- poso to make money out of it The worms will gnaw it bugs will bite it beetles will bore it spiders will web it birds will peck it heat will scorch it and cold will freeze it rains will drown it and mildew and blight will cover it Western Plowman ON Umbrellas Walking Canes BUILDINGS A Tow Thortght FARMS What Is Rose Wood persons why tho dark rich colored wood so much used for furnituro should bo called roso wood Its deep tinted ruddy streaked surface certainly does not resemble the rose so wo must seek some other reason for the name Here it is When the trco is first cut the fresh wood exhales a very strong rose like fragrance which soon passes away leaving no traco of the pocular odor There are several varieties of rosewood trees tho best howovor nro those found in South America and tho East Indies and St Nicliolas neighboring islands Porohed high upon a rock from whoso summit can bo caught glimpses of tho Hudson through rifts in tho foliago that still cloth os the lower ground is a small portion of the house by horror haunted while Edgar Allan Poo was its occupant Poos cottage was once embowered in trees but New York City has grown up around it and now the last remnant of the building is to bo wiped out to make room for a now It has been a great mystery to many This important product was subject to many hindrances Late planting Ixid stands late spring cut worm and chinch bug On the 20th of August a severe rain and wind storm blew a great deal down and tangled it up badly All the ears that rest on the ground especially in the low lands will rot or soften But the large acreage and thorough cultivation will result after all in a largo crop Grasses are very luxuriant and fall pastures are universally good Spring Irish clover has greatly Improved potatoes are about CO per cent of a crop Garden products are abundant The fruit crop was very heavy and great damage hae been done young orchards where fruit was not thinned Apples are falling off and rotting on the groond i tock nt all kinds in fine condition and will start In the winter fat Hogs Â¬ structure An impudent boy in Augusta Ma was fined nvo dollars and costs for saying Tats to aa old gentleman This functionary is a tall and gaunt Mussulman with a fierce mustache an embroidered scarlet jacket and a huge Ho carries a ladder a fustanolle box of lucifcr matches and a huge green cotton umbrella He plants his ladder against the wooden post on tho top of which a common tin lamp is in- Â¬ securely fastened and taking off the glass chimney opens his umbrella to keep off the wind The handle of tho umbrella is tucked under his arm and then balancing himself on tho rickety ladder ho proceeds to striko a light with his lucifers carefully protecting tho sputtering flames with both bis hands Naturally this is a slow process and by the time tho dozen lamps aro lighted every body is safe at home Farm and Fireside for the oltizens do not go out at night but retire to rest at a very oarly hour All the Year Round A Ruinous Percentage But isnt your nephew rather Customer How is your brother do- Â¬ asked Cob young to join tho army He is very young to bo ing Isaaosteln who wont to the oil wiggor but country a year or so ago sure replied Mrs Malaprop Mr iBOaostoin Ah poor Abraham then you must remember that he is The he vas blown oop by dynamite only going to join tho infantry dot Epoch vos pad Moro Customer You dont toll mo Were Whats tho matter Pat Mb remains found fun In tho family this morning or No sor Faith Yes twius artin My overcome Mr Isaacstein Youro frent not more as per and its triplets this time Getting on Is it By cent Chooat think of dot onlv getting on hiving sor I bciavo the noxtJl bo five per cent Dot vas awful i7 quadrupeds Y Sun -- of llarns In Various States How much poor management is seen in tho construction of buildings on tlie farm Tlie wagon house is made so the wagon must be backed in by hand or with the team the consequence is the wagon stands out in the sun and rain a good portion of the time If it had been made open at each side it would be just as handy to drive into the shed as to unhitch outside Corn cribs are so built that the rats and mice can oat all they want of the very best and spoil ten times as much more Crib3 are usually located quite a distance from the barn Cribs set on posts 2J feet high and tinned will bo proof against nits and mice and if located each side of tho fill of the drive way into a bank barn they would bo handy to tho stables and easy to fill A portion of one building can be used for storing wheat eta away from rats and save valuable room in tho barn where granaries are usually put Fifteen or 20 is put into a tank to hold water for stock which will last only a few years and freeze up in winter A few more dollars would build a cistern in the fill of tho drive Â¬ way to a bank barn which would not freeze and would lost a life time and being elevated the water would bo conducted by a pipe to tho barn yard or any place desired This arrange- Â¬ ment would give water in the feeding room for mixing feed etc We often hear men who havo bank barns 50x70 feet complain of not having room enough for their stock in cold weather Room in tho lower story is valuable every foot should bo economized but in almost all stables the ceiling over tho cattle is as high as that over tho horses This is a waste of valuable room By putting cattle stables under tho barn floor you can lower tho floor 1J feet Tho mow floors being 1 feet highor than tho barn floor will afford ample space to feed hay etc into tho racks of tho stables below from tho two sides of the barn floor saving all of tho loaves and seed which are tho most valuable and also saves two handlings of all of tho rough feed tho farmer gives to his stock By this plan tho pitching of hay out of mow Is all tho labor in feeding worth speak- Â¬ ing of as a boy six years old can shove hay off tho barn floor into the racks Tho entries between tho stables need only be 4 feet wide ample room for feeding grain thus economizing much room making a stable under a barn 40x5G feet hold all tho stock usually got into barns 50x70 feet- - Having entries 4 feot wide the racks for hay being extended out to the middle will form a tight floor over entries leaving sufficient space for a man 6 feet tall to walk through W D Wheatfey in H3e4l on Measurement A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times nprlStf 4 TF tf W B WHITE taFa TTa RJ f A Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Mouldings Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky may Rough and Dressed 3Lnmber Want Youi Hne Carriages To send us for one of our 40 f6 in CO cents FARM WBEHGHES TJght Ilandy and Stroos wttl Outwear aad Oat lost two Ordinary Wrescfees Household S D Set TWs at coMfcts cf a Brwerrood Handle and feur interchangeable Madns i feir driwrs ad CARRIAGE 2 chisel anisic same all racked in a Beat weed box This tooUa constantly useful ererrwhere around the house at the eTPee ia the rtop on 60 the farm Seat free on receipt of YOU Eixmcii WAT As KENTUCKY WORKS them thewhe wilt for them If he has not for you or we will en l ruber on rempt of price omp for our flhuroed oaoas aWe ScmJ logue Ask Your Local Dealer rt nt JOHN DONELSON Pkopkiktor aprt tf ELLRICH Plart3vllo Conn 51 -- J Contractor and Builder Is prepared with an experienced set of bands to do all kind of hoo building and repairing Give him a call The BUTEBS GUIDE is issued March and Sept each year It ia an enay clopedia of useful infor Â¬ mation for all who pur Â¬ chase the luxuries or necessities of life Wo can clothe 70a and furnish 70a with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep eat fish hunt work go to chorea or stay at home and in various sise styles and quantities Just figure out what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY and you can make a fair estimate of the valuo of tfaa BUXJKBS GUIDE which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to vT postage mai7tf ta MEAT COTTER gerl Ohmui UMMimta a X WM ptaMmk ii rwp oTjaja MM tit AtfCMCAN KPti CO 8 17 Si 111 114 Michigan Avonue CO MONTGOMERY WARD Chteegom ScHooi Books at Whies 2nd St near GamtU Moos D- - ijtore tf g42 1 VOLUME 53i533P NUMBER GENTRY tsa iVtP II High -- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1888 IT C PROFEONALjCiDS STirereosi Practice Limited 5X WILKES SMITH Dental to Dentistry unc22 4 Pressure PRESIDENTS XAHBS SKLrCTKO IN KUYME Living characterizes these modern tlavs Tke result is a fearful increase of Brain and Heart Diseases General DeÂ¬ bility Insomnia Paralysis and In- Â¬ sanity Chloral aud Morphia augment CcP M OFFICE Smith BuHding Main Street hours 900 to 1200 M ieo to M tf J C MORGAN Mmti DDS street over Madi Â¬ tQFFWE son National Bank Richmond Ky june 22 tf the evil The medicine best adapted to do permanent goodIs Ayers Sar- Â¬ saparilla It parities enriches and vitalizes the blood and thus strengtlieus every function and faculty of the body I have used Ayers Sarsaparilla In my family for years I have found it invaluable as A DR J M POYNTZ AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN Second street next to OFFICE june22tf Whiles Drug Store G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street juneSStf for Nervous Debility caused by an in Â¬ active liver and a low state of the blood Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio For some time I havo been troubled with heart disease I never found anyÂ¬ thing to help me until I began usiug Ayers Sarsaparilla I have only used this medicine sis months but it has re- Â¬ lieved mo from my trouble and enabled me to resume work J P Carzanett Cure Terry 111 DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Secoud streetover Dykes Grocery Store juue22t bavo been a practicing physician for over half a century and during that time have never found so powerful and reliable an alterative and blood puriner as Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr M Maxstart Louisville Ky I I Ayers Sarsaparilla PRKPAEKD BY Dr DR JOHN M FOSTER Up Stairs C Ayer Price tl tlx bottles J Co J Worth Lowell Mass a bottle MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Rrnlenoe nt Willis House June 22 43 tf DR7PHIL ROBERTS OStrs Ilia professional serviced to tbe rublC Offl e In drug store on lower Main jiily27 ly Strwt Uiclimoiiil Ky 2S yJZ8 8 PAUFIELD S l tm Jw fryj VSA ffE4lfLflfOFU vrTn trt ugawge of Life if he avoiclceL L DR U C AMBROSE FOHD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in tbe af Â¬ ni ternoon 4WWKS FnonTHLV irETMP 5rc T UW2 ciunpc Tl jj ie22tf W wailed Zdih- orjgcr free T SEXSMIT11 M D WHITE HALL KY c3grulst 17 20 DVUJrHLUncijUIrtlUHUJ ATIANTA GA PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OTers his professional Mbnc M services to the aug17 iyr fcKJ THAT FIGHT Propr M A Simmons Liver Medians Etd 1S40 in the U S Court D ej eats I HcUinrroprAQSimmons LitHeenlator Estd by Zeitin 1866 51 Louis ASL M The Original Wins CKSimmoniSt Heath J F Cornbuson UEATII C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians - RICHMOND offer their professional public KENTUCKY services in the ijiinly DR public GILES HARRIS WACO KY tbe jntillf mwua3Kun BILIOUSNESS UTSrirsIAICK HeADACHELObT ArrsTiTr Sour Stomach Etc carai x asiorM is Church Adami Tenn writes I iw iiuua nave ocen aeaa our jor jour genuine I A Sim mons Li cr Medicine I have WtBCI sometimes had to substitute Zeilras stuff f or your Mediferns cine but it doat answer the purpose KpniJ ur j it uraTes -Editor Tie Baptist Mfnnhic TÂ¬ -- has for 47 years Offers bis professional services to Medicine and hare used half of it It works like a charm I wane no betUr Liver Regulator and cer- no more 01 Scums mixture DR S M LETCHER 49 0 j PHYSICIAN AND SURHEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Stieet Janly HW BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN ana SURGEON White Drug Store Speei l attention given to Microscop Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tiN ues aud fluids of tbe human body 22juuetf RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic George Washington Hie good rihI great WaSOtllled to fill tlip rlulmf Kioto- And stood Hrt in the PrtHlnls line In seventeen hundred anil elgluy nlne Two terms the hmiors whII Iik lm The people knew aud loved him more immortal rame r nobly won Attends the name of Wttsliluglon Theti Ailnms with a Ktatesman aklll MO execute the peoples will And seeoitd stood In tile work begun From ninety seven to eighteen one Then JeflerMin was called to be The KUanilHii of oor liberty And hehl third plaeeln this new line From eighteen one lilt eishleti nine Then Madison stood In the way And Alliionrt Hon kept at bay And tle jrooil lie tiki was illnl v seen From eighteen nine till seventeen Monroe lilt doetrlne Kintal nlaur No Kliiiidoms wantnl fivr lmr n Ami the liberty ear with skill UW drive from seventeen till tweuty flve Then John Q Adams seeured the place After a long exoitlng race And was the flnt of the old line From twenty five till twenty nine Andrew Jackson tlien appeared Willi a party name that is much endeared And made now Democratic leaven From twenty nine till thirty seven Van Ittiren then took up the reins Whleh bound the mountains to the plain Ami with great kill the drive was done From thirty iteven till forty one Then Harrison a Mern old Whir Was Captain made of the Union brig Hut dted ere ecarw he had besjan His cruise In eighteen forty one Then Tyler who had been first mate Was Usptaiii made of the ship of State AihI manfully tu sail tiki Mrie Prom forty one till forty five Jamea IC Polk from Ten itewee a next our President to be He reslored the Democrwtic line From forty live till forly nliie Tlien Taylor did In triumph gi With the fame he won ill Mexico To the Piexldeuts chair In forty nine Ami reaitiirti anln the ohl Whigjine But death h1 an eod to his career When lied been President a year Ami Millard Fillmore came to be Tlie President till flfry three Theohl Whig eoon whieh had grown quite flcree Was choked hi death by Franklin Pleree Who re ilored iire leiocrtic leaven Fro u fifty tliice to nlt Juinees itoehauun from tlie Keystone State An honohl man tlioogti never givat From Btty seveii lilt Vlxty one Piviwred the way for the stmu to come Then Lincoln known si Honest Abo Won honors that will ieer fade Wlen he made the Union strong ami great And saved from wreck theslii of State Hit work liegan in sixty one Iu bixty tlve HiriHtgh fate Iwasdime And Johnson filled the rest of hixtime Which ended in eighteen sixty nine Tlien Gen Grant so comwteut In the field was made our Preklent Two terms to him were freely given From Vixly nlue to seventy seven Tlieu R II UayeF by a stroke of fate Winch had the force of seven to eight Was vlelor In the race he run And President till eighty one Then Garfield with true Christian grace A few short wksdil fill the ldsee And promised great reforms to mnke For lite good of the land and the peoples sake Woe to tlie fiend who did the deed That made the hearts nf the people bleed May his name In oblivion be lost WIiom cri me was wrought a t such fearful cost Vice President Arthur iu tlie hour or grief Was called to the iost of the fallen chief And tlie work of tie nation did rev vc From eighty one till eighty five Then Grovor Cleveland gained the day And Democracy again had sway Ami caused all industries to tiirire In eighteen hundred and eighty five Great things we all have seen him do Wliooe numbered President tw enty t wo And now hes run his four years race Hell fill again tills same high place V it watermelons and garden stufl restor- Â¬ are very scarce more so than for THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS ed the long culture to my two trellises years as cholera was very fatal in Dont Be foddlcsomo or Argumentative 200 feet in length and I have the rot tnauy places With Otlior Peoples Affairs no more The following is comparative acreThe person of oven average moral Grape rot then comes not from age for three years in tobacco and two sonso has a general understanding of animalculru or fungus but what is best years for wheat and corn tho fact that his neighbors house culled colic The sap from vigorous trees and material goods are objects TOBACCO anil long roots fills the thort vines toward which he should show respect 1678 farmers raised iu 18S0 17458 by tha simple process of lotting alone with more sap than can be digested by acres in 1887 11242 acres in 18SS Tho right to Â¬ altor tho color of his the etiti through the leaver the imma 18242 acres This is an average of ture juice iu berries iiccttmlates aud 10 1 10 acres to each one of the farmers hoie to order tho pruning of his the crapes die The animalculra and in 1886 of 6 7 10 acres in I8S7 and 10 trees etc are recognized to be mat tors solely under control of their fungii following the natural law of 85 100 acres in 18S8 Or an increase owner integration attacks and destroys the acreage with each oue of of an acre But in matters less material yet grapes and at times the vines on the average allowing 1000 pounds more personal there is a groat lack of The walls then accumulate the heat to the acre The increase would be respect shown ia oar dealings with of the days sun and give it out In the 750 pounds one another to each farmer over 1886 long dewy nights so that instead of Persons who would resent being WIIKAT twelve hours digestion on tbe stakes called discourteous persons who in the 1723 farmers sowed in 1887 47181 main are kind of heart and even gen- Â¬ we have twenty four hours on the walls The walls also shelter the acres in 18S3 4S653 acres This is an erous with their monoy are ofton sad- Â¬ ly wanting in charitable judgment of grapes against tlews and rains Tlie average to each one the farmers of 27 their neighbors opinions and a proper fewer the grapes and the mote the acres lu 1887 and 28 acres iu 18SS Bonso of their peculiarities leaves the chances of rot are diminishCORN Too commonly the fact is ignored ed 1687 57065 1723 farmers planted in Following this idea the best modern acres in 1888 62973 acres This is an that a mans opinions and convictions vine cuiturists place planks on tbe trell- average for eacli ono of the farmers of are his private personal matter with which no ono elso has a right to med is- posts and thus secure the vine leaves 33 acres in 18S7 aud 38 acres Iu 1888 dlo from dew aud rain For external Following is the general State averA man may hold with all tho fervor moisture checks the internal evapora- age of crops live stock c of hoart and strength of miud of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FACTS FOR FARMERS Tho green hay is twico as nutri Â¬ tious as the over ripo Ono rule for mixing parts green with piaster for the potato bug is one pound of paris green to 300 of plaster The most profitable hog is the ono farrowed in the spring so fed through tho summer as to keep it growing and then pushed for the market in the fall SHACKELFORD hi or early winter tion also abandoned plowing and hoeing grape vines saving labor mid mulch the vines with litter leaves and straw with admirable aucctss Be Â¬ tween the old system of short culture I follow the just medium of enough vine or the roots and sun Now here is u system of grape cul- Â¬ ture secure from rot our greatest ene Â¬ my proven by long experience mid common tense But yet hardly an ig riutilltiril paper in the Union would republish it Shall they willfully ad No vertise their rivals excellence in a few years the inquiry will come again What will remedy grape rot Ami the gieat journals will raise their eyebrows shrug their shoulders ami respond Quien Salel Gen Clay has received the following letter on this subject Â¬ I have AVERAGE AMOUNT OF LIVE STOCK AND AVERAGE SIZE OF CROPS which ho is capable tho principles of Horses 90 mules 99 cattle 100 hogs 70 sheep 90 poultry 86 bees 95 corn 105 wheat 88 rye 82 barley 80 sorghum 107 hemp 98 flax 95 clover 74 crass 91 tobacco 101 potatoes 92 tipples 100 peach- Â¬ es 100 pears 100 grapes 1U0 ber- Â¬ ries 100 garden probucts 100 dairy products 99 Protostantismbut that is no reason why he should assail tho belief of his Cath- Â¬ olic neighbor Indeed it is an oxcol ent roason why ho should not do so but instead should extend the tolera- Â¬ tion supposed to bo a part of his re- Hirses hnBs bees ghum 95 60 95 PRRSKNT CONDITION 100 mules 100 cattle 100 100 sheep 100 poultry 100 100 com 97 J wheat 98 sor- Â¬ 100 hemp 95 flax 77 clover Caklisik Ind Sept 15 18S8 llaviog read your article iu Nittilionnl Stockman on the grape rot I am cou striiutHl to briefly communicate my exprience in fighting the disease Colic as you correctly name it Some years ago I planted Concord vines and left the trimming to a who Dutchman knew all about grapes Well he used the knife free- Â¬ ly cut everything short result grape rot every year Bagging 300 bunches saved a part only of those so treated The Dutchman died three years ago aud I have had good sound grapes ever since I streched heavy wires from the posts of trellis to a burn thirty feet distant and let the vines go to the barn which one of them reached in two years I rati tlie laterals oft to shade a henhouse I shall use the knife sparingly hereafter I have a neighbor who bores a gimlet bole through his vines to prevent rot aud meets with pretty good success Tlie hole allows tlie escape of almost htiftiuieutsap to save the cn p Very respectfully J S Akin Â¬ gras- - 100 tobacco OS potatoes apples SO peaches 100 grapes garden products 100 dairy products 97 Very respectfully Ciiab Y Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture cfn -- 1 MONTHLY CROP REPORT Office of Commissioned of AQItlCULTUKK HORTICULTURE and Statistics FiiANKFOitT Ky Oct 1st 18S8 Corresjwndents have been especially Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street over DM Brights Office hours 830 to 1100 A M- - 200 to Tba Popular Lino between 400 P Cincinnati IndianapoIi3j nnd M Special attention given to dkea es of women and all difficult chronic cases Homeopathic dress Patients treated at a distance and Till Cutlrt Trains tCI THEOCCH VtUbit Clite medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ Pullman Sleeping- - Cars and Eletrant Re may 16 iy clinintr Chair Cars on Nlcht Trains Mafrnincent Parlor Cars on Say Trains CHICAG EiTwzrii C C LAFAYETTE O DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 61 51 Surgery soriTDTajiisrs Big- - RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Offers bis professional services to snd Taadalls Line Pallmin Buflet Sleeping Cars Pullman ItccHnintr Chair Cars New irstClass Coachc Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through without change between L incinnati and St Loujs Cincinnati and St Louis Eailway Four TU the L SL L Elogant Rocllnlng Chair Cars V BITWTCN C polilic 12- - Ottice at Powells store tbe Cincinnati and Peoria THE I SL Ij T J MARLEST VS Ontario Veterinary College VETERINARY SURGEON Office at Foxs Stable RICHMOND Rocllnlng Chair Car3 CommodiousBETWEEN IndianpoliSf FccriiIlk and Esh Ioaf C I St t C ead VIA El T B St XT Khort IIoe - - KENTUCKY PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to binds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Cuhax building S E Corner Main and Secoud Streets up stairs June 22 tf Tia SHELEC IT L A C and T P A W II Bds At Chlesro St Louis end Peoria doe and im Â¬ mediate connections are made with ill Llaes to and from the ftorthwest West and Southweit Ttixsh Tlcttti ud Eaip Clccb tt all friuip il rteti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L C Ry also via this line at all Coupon Ticka Offices throughout the country JOHN ECAMCcnirasandTktlgC3t crif crrrir atl Q Attorney at Xaw J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R-- Bur OFFICE with C F nam on First Street June 22 tt ComnierGialGoHsgeeicTK Orcuptem S Ig Itrge Ilatls ana 7 Booms j RM am TnT Attorney at Zaw KENTUCKY OFFICE 011 Firt street same as formerly occupied by County Judge RICHMOND Miller oct6 Iy CS Attorney atKYLaw- Office POWELL hocmoi DKumm or Bale 6krt haad tVrlttaz TelermpVr Cheapest Best Business College in the World over Hlclmt rionor nnd fold MedalSystem all of mherOll uMat WnrLVt Szpu Vim for JMvooMok finolr KrVtnn and tnrrnl Svtinrti the past year NearU Wna fitodent in ttn liu 9 Irom 38 States an1 Foreign tnmrie IS TecO rs employed Ora ok i BhIiv cowiUn if Boot keeplnr HS UnsInena Toarsr Ieumnnobip Cmomerelal Ituslnew Aritbraetic nklnr Jfini Stock Msn Law MerehaodWie RICHMOND on Second Street juue 22 tf Attorney afand adjoining Law practice in Madison Will A J REED counties and In tlieCoort of Appeal Office in Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerka office June 22 tf nfactartue locnir - In 4wePrtrticeereanUI Carrewotulme WCot oflull BulneH CoorSe Indnms T iti n aWo ery ami Hoard hnrt In a Bloe famlv phint r Teleirapby ureSpeelnl Type wrltinacad cadieri an I moms and can tlsst have aJo aal e or th tb Bnslimn Cowee be itsTprclnl n pnrtaient for Ladloo Lady Pe5SvRTO Vii V hisbeMttfuI and bealth inl tilrnl SB0J0 lohoMtant aud la accessible by Oredoatea r nn TSj VoMtlon F Tit rcolass v addr a rt Osurat ed K ir Lexington Ky I re VlLnUKIKrTS 9 IS r short lkn cers are sue onu ar mm CEInnATBIFB3IALB iwm a Si OWi W S MOBERLEY First streets 1- tuarssc mAlA Spat Jp Mf DrlHX97TrsmoBt loly ifj fUIU8W IH4 rams- - Attorney at Xaaw RICHMOND KY Office corner Main and P stairs over Ramseys - Ufa of HEKRyWiM dentn raceme 6m ronoFEJ cHl CMUVsaUHWIW w pi011 sSSSSSi v - v apl2 iwlnstaking this month in their reports for which we beg to thank them We GIIAPB UOT have reports from 107 counties giving conditions of crops aud from 83 counlUsselns MClay in National Stockman aud ties giving comparative acreage ou Farmer tobacco wheat and corn Whitehall Ky Sept 1883 In TOBACCO your Journul of the 23rd of August you There is yet from to of J the crop fpeak of j rupe rot ami propose slak Â¬ on the hill The early planting lias all ed lime as a remedy I have been been housed but rains iu August aud ruisiug grapes for a lifetime My September gave a new life to the late father raised several varieties of native planting and kept it ereeu and grow- Â¬ were grown as in llieir ing Iu a few more days grapen which it will all be wild elate all the brunches uncut and cut but very much will be cut before pread otirto the sun Of course lliere ripening Much of the crop will be of wa- - no rot Iiad a foreign good quality All of it will be very He grape iinno uuktinwn here except il leafy aud gummy but the late plant- Â¬ was called 8weet Water from lis ing will be coarse of fibre with large structure aud tnatc a light transparent stem There will be less color than red without pulp hut rilled witli sweet was expected The bright will gener- Â¬ juice The bunches were straggling ally be found on new laud aud the Willi many undeveloped berries Tills higher soil and will be largely couflu in lis ed to the early cuttings grupe was never shortened length aud but little trimmed ifal The crop is very little worm eaten all In the fall Hie vine was cut loose but is damaged by spots or patch fire from tlie trellis and buried iu it trench aud much of it on bottom lands was cut in the earth along the whole length submerged and worthless The frost over tweny feet Of course this on Saturday night has tlone very con- Â¬ grope had llie rot siderable damage in the very low I took up all the modern grapes lauds especially in Northern autl beginning with the North Carolina Eastern Kentucky and Ohio The ex- Â¬ Catawba imported by Nicholas Iioug tent of such damage cannot be estimat- Â¬ worth I Lave followed tbe general ed as yet Tlie greatest danger now course nf triramiugclosely in Ibis fruit- Â¬ is barn freezing Much yet depends ful soil after the European clill aud on he weather conditions poor chalk culture and found that all WHEAT varieties took the rot the white varie- Â¬ The crop is excellent iu quality with ties most And generally tlie rot was worst about July when the vine was an increased yield and will make a most vigorous lite dews the heaviest very high grade flour Farmers claim- Â¬ ed a loss of a about 5 per cent on and Ibe grapes uuwt plentiful a while I observed a Ottuwba wheat remaining in stacks or shocks After vine trained on the ell of a brick bouse when the rain began Threshers which was allowed full length and books sent out have not been returned never trimmed perhaps forty feet therefore we cannot give the yield per long It bore well and never took the acrs The acreage for the fall seeding rot So my two elder tlstera cultivat- Â¬ promises to be large but sowing will ed vices lifty fbet long perltupn run Â¬ be retarded in corn lands ou account of ning ami covering a single vine he tlie tangled coudltlon of tbe corn whole space from the roof to the stalks CORN ground These last vines were manur- Â¬ This important product was subject ed heavily with litter from Ibe horse Late planting stables put upon the surface for the to matiy hiudrances space of about thirty six sqnare feet hid stands late spring cat worm and They were rarely If ever trimmed aud chinch bug On the 20tb of August a severe rain but never bad rot were full bearer In the meantime following tbe com- Â¬ and wind storm blew a great deal mon errpr I planted a two acr vine- Â¬ down and tangled It up badly All yard of Catawbas and Isabellas ran the ears that rest ou the ground esthem on slakes trenched and cut pecially iu the low lands will rot or closely They too took the rot The soften But the large acreage and thorough largo vineyards over the Cincinnati hills planted by foreign wine growing cultivation will result after all iu a immigrants also were subject to the largo crop Grasses are very luxuriant and fall rot nnd cut away i now began to ue my reason nnd pastures are universally good Spring Irish studied tlie causes whieh made some clover has greatly improved grapes flourish and others rot on the potatoes are about 60 per cent of a enrae will I planted before 1SU0 feven crop Garden products are abundant The varieties on the brick walls of my dwelling from the North east to tbe fruit crop was very hoavy and greut South west comers They were allow Â¬ damage liar been done young orchards ed to coyer Hve times the space of tbe where fruit was not thinned Apples stake Fystem They are all now flour Â¬ are falling ofl aud rotting on the ishing and there has been no rot in ground l tock ol all kinds Id fine condition these twenty eight years I then cut and planted In nnd will start iu the winter fat Hogs away my slaked vines Â¬ i -- SILVER A Bogus Coin Stldc5 to Soma People Whlln Othors Kadly Spend It Did you ever notice how easily any man void of conscience and honesty passes a counterfeit half dollar on you and how utterly impossible it is for you to get rid of it Other men pass tho glittering cheat along but when it reaches you thcro it sticks In tho dark and gloomy street car whero tho shrieking blast and whirl Â¬ ing snow put out the flickering lamps thohalf frozon driver of tho bob tail dctocts the swindle by tho touch of his benumbed and callous fingers Tho busy man at tho ticket office making change fastor than mill wheels srike gets onto you with both foot Every body rocoznizes tho cheat and ono glanco at your guilty faco convinces thorn that you aro purposely trying to pass tho debased coin If you go back to tho man who gave it to you he hoots and laughs yon to scorn and says ho couldnt bo foolod with that chunk of glas and powtor if ho was dond I once earned a counter- Â¬ feit half for two weeks and utterly ruined my good standing by offering It to every body I doalt with Twico I put it iu contribution boxos in church and the deacons ono a Uou grogationalist and the other a Baptist my own father spotted mo both times In despair I told a friend about it ono day a hrisk young fol- Â¬ low who never had any money and had no credit but could always got Let mo seo it ho what he wanted Good as gold said ho added tossing it in the air but I could niako a hotter one out of wood in tho dark Lets got a cigar I held htm back lvo bcon in that place with it twice and tho last limo I said the man throw it at me and threat- Â¬ ened to have mo arrested You said he and in wo dont count went ho bought threo cigars got a quarter in change looked at it sus- Â¬ and piciously remarking to tho dealer as ho reluctantly pocketed it that thcro was moro counterfeit silver than good monoy in circulation camo out I was dumb with amazement Robbie theres but ho only said nothing to you youll dio in tho poor Bob ittrdelle house BAD PASSING ligion A mnn may believe in homeopathy to tho highest dilution but that beliof doos not entitle him to the privilego of calling his neighbor to account be-Â¬ cause he chooses to seek reliof by means of mercury and quinino in as heroic dosos as he may fancy So in politics the spending of money in social life in dre3S and education each one should scrupulously avoid acting as the censor of others who may diffor from hinlself Least of all is ono privileged while a guest to attack the opinions of the family whose hospitality ho enjoys When for any roason he can not ac- Â¬ quiesce in the family regulations let him depart and not try to reform the family to his standard of propriety By calm personal arguments or by the force of oxample ono may try to convinco another that his way is tho hotter but a true courtesy requires that he shall not unasked present his opinions when to do so will wound and not alter in the slightest degreo the course of his opponent Nor lot any one flatter himself that becauso a man is loud of voice and blunt in speech ever ready with cruel judgment of others and free with ad- Â¬ vice on all matters that ho will pleas- Â¬ antly accept such treatment from oth- Â¬ ers for he is quite as likely to resent interference with his affairs as tho man of gentler speech and greater charity It is so easy to form tho habit of meddlesomeness and to persuade ones solf into the beliof that ones mission is to be a private investigator and public advisor that ono is apt to for Â¬ got that in the regulation of ones own conduct life presents onough perplex- Â¬ ing problems without trespassing upon the rights of others in a mistaken zeal to convert them to a better use In short lot no one be so intent upon tho moto in tho eye of his neighbor that he will forget the beam in his own Daughters of America BUTTRESSED TREES futures Provision to Keep Up the Resist Â¬ ance of Its Fore it Clunti Most varieties of trees show a de Â¬ velopment of the trunk near tho ground directly above where tho Our elms larger roots branch off and willows have this habit as strongly marked as any trees perhaps but all that grow in a soft yielding soil show It is a provision of the peculiarity nature to give the treo support by en Â¬ larging the base and to increase the resistance where the strain is the greatest To keop up the proportion between tho trunk and tho other mem- Â¬ bers tho tree has no other way of se- Â¬ curing tho noedod strength at the base than by growing these buttresses In tho soft bottom lands along the sides of Central American rivers these buttresses run up tho trunks fif-Â¬ teen feet or moro and enlarge the base to an onormous extent Ono of these trees is described as sending out two of these projections so as to inclose a semi clrole thirty feot In diameter while the buttresses themselves were not half a foot thick The same reÂ¬ gard which nature has for tho support of tho tree in giving this unsymmetrical growth at its base also leads to an un-Â¬ usual arrangomont of tho fibers so that the wood in thiso parts has a dif- Â¬ Tlie fibers are so ferent toxture twisted and interwovon and knotted that tho wood is gnarled and refrac- Â¬ tory undor any treatment This renders tho lower part of tho trunk worthless for timber and greatly in- Â¬ creases tho labor of felling tho tree To get around this difficulty it is said the mahogany cutters of Honduras build up a scaffolding of poles about tho tree to the height of ten or fifteen feet On this they stand and fell tho tree leaving a stump of course high Â¬ YoutNs Com- Â¬ er than tho platform panion m Corn may be late in planting lata in starting and yet give very satis Â¬ factory returns provided that it bo cultivated very frequently during all the season of growth There is nothing better for hogs says an exchange than large red clover If the hogs aro ranged so they will not root out the olover the pasture will last for two years and may tlien be turned under for corn It is tho duty of every farmer to make a few experiments each season If all run along in the same old ruts no progress would be made No mat tor how small it may bo make a break and try something out of the usual line in cultivating and harvesting or your farm operations A hoed crop should bo a part of the regular rotation on all farms for the reason that such a crop requires close cultivation and when removed leaves the ground clean Unless this bo done tho weeds will at some time take possession of the fiolds though much benefit will result from the use of the cultivator if a corn crop bo grown A country to be truly prosperous must of necessity raise a variety of crops A variety of crops is necessary to carry on an intelligent and success Â¬ ful rotation so as to guard against soil Stock and poultry need a exhaustion variety of food to maintain health and promote proper development of body and energy Man himself needs a va rioty of food If hogs are given a variety of green food with but little grain in summor thoy will keep in oxcelent health and bo in proper condition for fattening in the fall Lees food is re- Â¬ quired now and it is not beneficial to have the hogs fat at this season except to bo in good condition as many dis Â¬ eases are duo to the system of heavy grain feeding during warm weather A very large part of the crops grown upon the farm in the shape of grain should be turned into moats and butter and Choose before it is sold In this way the land is kept in fertility and the product is very much moro valuable and concontrated The farm cr who raises crops through the sum- Â¬ mor and feeds them through the win tor has double profits Prairie Farm- Â¬ er Tho famous Henry Ward Beechor preacher and fancy farmer claimed to havo solved the problem of getting rid of the Canada thistle He said Tho only way to exterminate tho weed is to plant it for a crop and pro poso to make money out of it The worms will gnaw it bugs will bite it beetles will bore it spiders will web it birds will peck it heat will scorch it and cold will freeze it rains will drown it and mildew and blight will Western Plowman cover it BUILDINGS ON FARMS A Few Thoughts ISaed on Measurements of Ilarns la Various States How much poor management is seen in the construction of buildings on the farm Tho wagon house is made so the wagon must be backed in by hand or with the team the consequence is the wagon stands out in the sun and rain a good portion of the time If it had been made open at each side it would be just as handy to drive into the shed as to unhitch outside Corn- cribs are so built that the rats and mice can eat all they want of the very best and spoil ten times as much more Cribs are usually located quite a distance from the barn Cribs set on posts 2 feet high and tinned will bo proof against rats and mice and if located each side of tho fill of the drive way into a bank barn they would bo handy to the stables and easy to fill A portion of ono building can bo used for storing wheat etc away from rats and save valuable room in the barn where granaries are usually put Fifteen or 20 is put into a tank to hold water for stock which will last only a few years and freeze up in winter A few moro dollars would build a cistern in tho fill of tho drive Â¬ way to a bank barn which would not freeze and would last a life time and being elevated the water would bo conducted by a pipe to tho barn yard or any place desired This arrange-Â¬ ment would give water in tho feeding room for mixing feed etc Wo often hear men who have bank barns 50x70 feet complain of not having room enough for thoir stock in cold weather Boom in tho lowor story is valuable every foot should bo economized but in almost all stablos the ceiling over tho cattle is as high as that ovor the horses This is a waste of valuable room By putting cattle stables under the barn floor you can lowor tho floor 1 J feet Tho mow floors being 1 feet higher than the barn floor will afford amplo space to feed hay etc into tho racks of tho stable below from the two sides of the barn floor saving all o the leaves and seed which are the most valuable and also saves two handlings of all of the rough feed tho farmer gives to his stock By this plan tho pitching of hay out of mow Is all the labor in feeding worth speak Â¬ ing of as a boy six years old can shove hay off the barn floor into the The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF TOE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We keen constantly on hand a large tock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that wa Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Jbc for Tobacco handle Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains Hames Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town Wc of course cant enumerate ail the goods we handle hut aek alt to come asd see for themselves tlie stock of goods we keep in our 17 foot store house They wiM find THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our lmrinrxic and only employ tfce nsrmjfrsKl iBsKssaUMs ismasW oiltt fiunmr0nr u iirl min fWif Xft- - Honlrv Ksisn give special attention to all work done in that Kne ROOFING GUTTERING RE- IAIRlNlr XL as he has done m the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always find the lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- mAct mch2i tf Tlae Clotliier AT McKEES OLD STAND 9 Cor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky CLOTHI1VG GEHTS FUBHISI11HG GOODS TRUKKS VALISES Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr 18 tf 4 ljgfts iBT BBS3EB BSBBHEB sBssSssssssS83eB TR Fruit Storage Houses We must aim for fruit storage You will never houses abovo ground got what you want in building under- Â¬ ground where thcro is always damp- Â¬ ness I think yon carerect a wooden building with walls thick enough to keep out frost Fruit kept in tho cel- Â¬ lar with other fruit and vegotablcs is not what it ought to he thcro is a taint to tho flavor and a great deal of tho fruit is injured by boing kopt in this way A person living in tho city ought to havo a honse to preserve the fruit he wants for tho tabic If we do not sco fine fruit on tho tablo every day through tho winter it is a suro mark of groat negligonco on tho part of somebody I do roally beliovo that it as not an impossible thing to build a fruit house abovo ground simply br having walls lined with hay straw or sawdust and providod with dead air Vicks Magiuine epaces What Is Rose Wood to many persons why the dark rich colorod wood bo much used for furniture should bo called roso wood Its surface certainly does not resemble tho rose so wo must seek some other reason for tho name Hero it is When the treo is first cut tho fresh wood exhales a very strong rose like fragrance which soon passes away leaving no trace of thepocular odor There are several varieties of rosowood trees the best however aro those found in South America and the East Indies and St Afcwfa noighboring islands Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths fF Mouldings Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Hoiigli and Dressed Lumber D Ma MYERS Wamt You Fine Carriages To send us for one of our 40 cents It has been a great mystery Â¬ Torched high upon a rock from whoso summit can bo caught glimpses of tho Hudson through rifts in the follago that still clothes tho lower ground is a small portion of the house by horror haunted while Edgar Allan Poo was its occupant Poos cottage was once embowered in trees but New York City has grown up around it and now tho last remnant of tho building is to be wiped out to make room for a now Mussulman with a fierce mustache an embroidered scarlet jacket and a huge Ho carries a ladder a fustanolle box of lucifer matches and a huge He plants his green cotton umbrella ladder against the wooden po3t on the top of which a common tin lamp is in- Â¬ securely fastened and taking off the glass chimney opens his umbrella to keep off the wind The handle of the umbrella is tucked under his arm and then balancing himself on tho riokety ladder ho proceeds to strike a light with his lucifers carefully protecting the sputtering flames with both his bands Naturally this is a slow proc-Â¬ ess and by the time tho dozen lamps are lighted every body is safe at homo for the citizens do not go out at night but retire to rest at a very oorly hour All the Year Round But Isnt your nephew rather asked Cob yonng to join tho army Ho is very young to bo wiggor bnr sure replied Mrs Malaprop thou you must romomber that ho is The only going to join tho infantry Turkish Lamp Lighter This functionary is a tall and gaunt A 6 n FARM WBEKCHES Ught Handy and Stroop irfll Oatwear and lasfc ww Oat- - muiwi j Mre Am EmucH racks Tho entries between the stables need only be 4 foot wide amplo room for feeding grain thus economizing much room making a stable under a barn 40x56 feet hold all tho stock usually got into barns 50x70 feet Having entries 4 feot wide the racks for hay boing extended out to the middle will form a tight floor over entries leaving sufficient space for a man 6 feet tall to walk through W D Whealley in This set consist of a Boseiroed Handle asd and four itatereeangeable blade 1 screw driMisweed 2 chteeb RMag same all packed fas a seat box TWstootla cooany useful everywhere around the hous at the offiw te the sfeop on theforra Seat free on receipt o 160 Household S D Set KEiNTUCKY CARRIAGE apr4 tf WORKS PjwpkibTor JOHN DONELSON them for them If 1 has not s them he wffl get price rwwpt of for vou or we will en l i ubM1 oaOhutraUd cata asaVore Stud ttamp for oar logue Ask Your Local Dealer ELLBIGH CO Plartavlllo Conn Â¬ Contractor and Builder 51 S1 Farm and Fireside A Ruinous Percentage structure An impudent boy in Augusta Ma was fined livo dollars aud costs for saying rats to an old gentloman Customer How is your brother do Â¬ ing Isooosteln who wont to the oil country a year or so ago Mr Isaaostoin Ah poor Abraham he vas blown oop by dynamite dot Epoelu vas pad Moro Customer You dont tell mo Wore Whats tho matter Pat bis remains found fun in tho family this morning ior My overcome No sor Faith Mr Isaacetflin Yes twius aain per Youre front not more as and its triplets this lime Getting on is It By cent Chooat think of dot onlv getting ou bivitis sor I boiavo tho noxiUl bo cent Dot vaa awfu- l- N Y Sun quadrupeds The BTJYEBS OTTTDB la issued March and SepL each year It la an eney Iclopedla of useful infor Â¬ mation for all who par chase the luxuries or the necessities of life Wo can clothe yon and furnish you with all the necessary and onaeeessary appliances to ride walk daaoe sleep eat fish hunt work go to church or stay at home and in various siaea styles and quantities Just figure oat what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY and you can makeafatr estimate of the value of tha BUYERS QUIDS which will be seat upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage U1 I21 Michigan Avoau9 CUea50Hl Is prepared with an experienced set of hands to do all kind of boo building and repairing Give him a call mai7tf MEAT CUTTER glUMlWl I ssrf st 8crlL ttwtarkMtb Ot MS AMQWCMI BFS CO SltWHklWMlAM rUUdrisaia rdinnoisiiiisux v WM 8 I 17 J- MONTGOMERY WARD CO School Book at Whies sis St near GaroeU liens Pr t -- wyufWV JJS THE CLIMAX rtWUSHBB EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Printing FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J Co c 10 PKICE PBU YEAR OCTOBER 150 iSSS WEDNESDAY Democratic Ticket PK IRBrMDBOT GliOVKR CLEVELAND OFJJBW YORK VOW VIOB PRESJDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO POK CONORBS6 JAMES B McOKEARY OF MADISON Trusts are inevitable results of Ute tariff When you limit competition you make pos sible combinations Frank Ilmd Ominous ma and JJyts once moJton TJe three more New York Star BurchanTs Ticket Rs Our people ask relief from the undue and unnecessary burden of tariff taxation now resting upon them They are offered free whisky ami free tobacco They ask for bread ami they are given a stone President Clevelands Leftrr of Acceptance Hon las B McCreary arrived heme last Wednesday from Washington Mr JicCreari has been a most faithful honest and hardworking servant of the people lie represents lie remained at lrome only a short lime but was off strain to often his campaign at Taylorsville last Saturday See his appointments in another column of Thk Cuxas Lets give lutn a rousing majority next Â¬ Â¬ month A workiiigmau in a Louisville Â¬ Tintes shop delivered himself ot a splen did speech to his fellows a few davs since It was to this effect My family consists of my wife five children ami myself All of us are consumers of clothing and I alone am a consumer of whisky therefore it is to my interest that clothing be cheap rather than whisky as I have to supply seven pet sotis with clothing and but one with whifky There is the whole ca e ami that workingman ought to be put on the stump Louis S MUKCTWX mny2 tf The reason is there U not to be found negro family iu the county neither is a Fractional paper currency nickels there a single resident of color There THE LOVETT 13 77 and cents SEAT FASTENER Seed to be used next season should Specie 11732 50 is a not a registered still but the people be saved earl says the Ploughman Redemption fund with U 8 Treas- Â¬ urer 5 per cent of circulation love whisky as well as any people in 00 W Senator Hlalr was rotten egged at To be of any advantage to tbe paver it Due from u S Treasurer other 2250 candles the world and by some means they this good Democratic Â¬ than 5 per cent redemption Charlottesville Va where he spoke should be saved carefully In the first fund 300 00 manage to get the fluid and enjoy its gfe vEmSs Government will interpose no ob Monday by some hoodlums who place attention should be paid to the TJlPlRtPCHIi UTTi S08215 OS Totai efltels very much The people of were immediately ject ion Courier Journal growth of several plants that the best Jackson are all very near upon an In juil However arrested and lodged may be Invariably selected for perpet LIABILITIES much the old fellow equality there is not anything like a Capital paid In 200000 00 WATTEKSHXS WELCOME may need such treatment the Virgin uation As soon as the seeds are gath Surplus stock f nud SEA FASTE1IE 60000 03 BLACKBURN AND 1IURD rich man In the county The people AX IRISHMANS AFFIDAVIT profits 1792 Ian do not ppprove of that method of ered no matter how pressing the needs UndividedBank notes outstanding 45900 91 National 00 of Jackson county can claim as much The Democrats of Louisville warfare aud it Is hardly possILIe that of the hour may be they shall be put Indlvkiuii deposits subject to check lSSSS 45 Last Thursday evening Lieder Due US 91 This is the opinion Ben Harri- Â¬ generosity as any county iu the state the radical payers will be able to make into packages that shall contain the Notesto other National Banks ETERIMEliTEB gave the Hon Henry Watterson 31376 70 and bills re discounted kranz Hall in Louisville was well son has of the Irishmen How They can claim us many old style capital out of what all names of the seeds and any memoran Â¬ a rousing reception on his return decent men hi jeos 215 06 It locl the seat firmly aad lmmoraWr and yet it ran be dunged in an Totai inL da thatjt tuny be essential or desirable STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 to Louisville October 1st Mr filled with an ardent aud enthusi can any man of Irish origin vote ways as any other county Jackson is the Old Dominion denounce tT mall a cents In stamp or StGO per down nets Town CwiMt and Stale bt to parQea purchasing territory these Seat Fasteners will be soM at a Ttry low RumtcT lo i uoted for liitving an abundance of coal nmn A astic host eager to hear tbe gifted lor him Couirrr of Madison J00- to know when the sowing time comes Watterson is much beloved by S UADGEIt iVTiburn C and fine timber and not a foot of turn Â¬ The dead man found near Nicholas IJStone Walker Cashier of the above Ids own people ami it goes with Kentucky Senator Joe Blackburn Wm Condon Sr being first duly 11 36 named bank do solemnly swear that tho A correspondent of the Fruit Record pike nor a yard of railroad nor a bauk ville Monday and supposed to be S above statement is true to the best of my out saying that the reception was and the worthy adherent of tarifl sworn deposes and says that he is a nor a money order office and it is D OofTinan turns out to be I N Saw er gives tbe follow inc remedy for bor knowledge aud belief reform Frank Hurd Such a grain and grocery merchant residing a success Mr Watterson deliv STONE Cashier destitute of many other conveniences yer of near Cincinnati His brother ers My rule for preventing borers is Subscribed Jand sworn WALKER me ered one of his characteristic union of strength is rarely wit hi Bloomiugtou III that on an after- Â¬ to before this 9th to get a pint of crude carbolic acid day of October ISSS had the body taken up aud at once Beware ot Fraud as my came and tbe price nessed on one occasion and such noon a few days lefore the November speeches which was full of Democ BEREA are stamped oa the bottom otiUar aaTeried R E TURLEY Notary Public luentitieu it lhere Is no doubt but costing twenty five cents which is ihees before leaThur the factuy whku pr a crowd is rarelv seen within the election in the year 3876 he attended t racy ami reform for the benefit of the wearers against tttea prices and inferior px Jj what he was murdered as another nis- - sufficient for twenty gallons of the CottBECT Attest walls of any building in our State a Republican meeting at Durle Hall L Uonrfa shoes at a re Itadealerors XV he has W T TEVIS Dr A Nea of Louisvll the people made a tol wound was found in the left thieeil price or says then without my came side wash Take a tight barrel and put In J P H ERN DON Directors Mr Blackburn always with a com- In aid city of BIomington III that visit to tiiij place last week and prke stamped oa the bottom put hun down as JUNE WALKER J this morning His brother will inves- Â¬ four or five gallons of soft soap with as plete command of words and said meeting was addressed by Benja Â¬ CHINESE EXCLUDED Work on the new pike from Berea to tigate the matter and thinks he knows much hot water to thin it then stir iu phrases and with a power of ex- Â¬ min Harrison the present Presidential of the Madison who did the killing The body was the pint of carbolic acid aud let it REPORT of the conditionRIchmoud Big Hill is progressing favorably Bank nt in the pression which brings an audience candidate thnt in the course of that stand over night no longer to com- Â¬ State of Kentucky at the close of business shipped to Cincinnati that afternoon President Cleveland has signed together as one man held his epeeeh at the Durley Hall Benjamin Piof Wright Is serving the college bine Now add twelve gallons of rain- Â¬ October ithlSSB the bill for the exclusion of listeners spell bound for more than Harrison praised the bravery aud by doing field work this fall and assist- Â¬ The new acqued uct of the New York water and stir well then apply to the RESOURCES Chinese from our country lie an lKMir and the only interrup patriotism of Hip diflereut races of this ing the financial agent water works thirty miles iu length base of the tree with a short broom or Loans and discounts 4415079 91 transmitted a message to Congress tions were the frequent bursts of country except the Irish and as Har Â¬ Miss Ailnule Stowe from 12000 00 Kausa cut through the entire distance through old paint brush taking plins to wet in Â¬ Overdrafts secured and unsecured 50000 00 making perfectly plain the rela- applause We quote tha begin rison was quitting that portion of his has come to make a uoS villus iu secure circulation Bonds to secure deposits home with her a solid rock at a cost of S20000000 side of all crevices This will prevent U 76000 00 tions and understanding existing ing of his speech and a few happy address an old gentleman with an 25466 17 will be completed in about etoht both apple and peach borers It should Due from approved leserve neents half brother Prof P D Dodge Due from other National Banks 1HI 43 between the United States and hits throughout his lengthy dis- Â¬ Irinh accent asked How about the mouths It will be the largest work of be applied the latter part of June or Due from State Banks and bankers 1412 77 Mrs E L ICerby who was so badly the kind in and China and showing that the UnitÂ¬ course Irish anil where were Meagher Sheri Â¬ the world The tunnel is July hi this climate when the moths Ileal Estate furniture taxesfixtures 6000 00 Current expenses and paid 65 hurt last March has so far recovered lined throughout with brick dan Shields Mulligan and others ed States is exercising an uitdis 1500 00 uiusoi oineriianKS and In aud beetles usually appear The ises Involved in this cam- Â¬ Fractional paper currency nickels that she can walk about the house on one or two places where the rock pufed right in prohibiting the im- - paign are fiticular if not auntnnloux that the crowd hissed the question aud nuu ccuus 72 83 has Specie 9500 00 Put him out and the old crutches been found imperfect and a leakage Is migration of the Chinese Lie For the first time in the history of civi- - shouted LprhI lender note 9000 00 Local Produce Markets Redemption fund Willi UH Treas- Â¬ gentleman was put out that Ben mcoinmendg that such Chinese as llTnllnn Rev Collier pastor of the Glade possible iron has been added as a lin- Â¬ I n1n rialfan f urer 5 per cent of circulation 250 00 BY COVINGTON have embarked for tins country ooiilroiitad with a diilicult problem Harrison said hi answer to the ques Â¬ church assisted by Rev Ballew or ing It will deliver to the city 350000 CORRECTED WEEKLYGROCERS MAIN ARNOLD BRO 617G8l 82 Total tion Jt is easy to know that manV Stanford havo beeu holding n revival 000 gallons a day before lite bill was signed be that never before was bubmitled for de- Â¬ WVO IWWU JX LIABILITIES allowed to land and that in a termination Other nations of this race you all know what they are if meeting which resulted in several ad Richmond Ky Oct 9 188S Since trouble with the United States Capital stock paid in 1200000 00 it were not for them we would not need ditions to their numbers spirit of humanity befitting our earth are busily engaged to day in try Â¬ Surplus fund TUUOOOO has been feared the Canadian Govern- Â¬ Beef Cattle Butcher Undivided pronto half of our penitentiaries which are 21145 GO Hogs nation there be appropriated the ing to Jevy taxes to raise money in National Bunk notes outstanding 45000 00 The college schools have opened this ment has been making an examination Sugar Cured Hams almost full of them they are ouly full Individual drposltsstibjecttocheck 193693 55 sum of 27601975 payable to order to pay their expenses and meet willi usual encouragement As orits military cfrenglh The official Bacon Hams Country United StateH deposits CETXE3IEI POonly Deposits of U 8 disbursing officers 4474 11 the Chinese Government as full their obligations But this country is good to shovel dirt and grade railroads most of the advanced students are en result Is not known but it must bo fur vureu mThe rrwrh eair R3 for which they receive more than they Due 10 other National Hanks tasi te iO TACKSSEAMLFS 74S78 or WAX T1IKET n indemnity for all losses and in- Â¬ to day engaged in eolviog another are worth as they are 110 acquisition gaged iu teaching duriug the summer from Fall factory The few military iuiter 6788 07 sj s hana sewed ana All LI 20I5C Duo to State Bunksaud banker-sLrt to HOT Kir 1 5 00 juries sustained by Chinese sub Â¬ problem and that is how to get rid of the American people Aflinnt the attendance in the full Is always less posts that are kept in condition are Chickens XV I 7S2 15c Total DOUGLAS 84 617581 92 aaa only lund sewoi wHt SHOE El11 tV1 slux jects through violence in the re- Â¬ a surplus revenue which it con not says thee words from Harrisonfurther than duriug the other terms of the poorly garri oned and far behind the EJJK tom maaeshoMcnstrasrtroai Hois V STATE OF KENTUCKY J 1 Ia6tltaa were av i ttouarAsj saso roucE shoe otii 05 County ot Madison Ja-Bmote and comparatively unsettled upend and the Jtepubllcun party for followed with applause and that alliant school year times Quebec which has long been Flour TUIIrnad Men and Letter Carrfc t all w r Kim 3 50 Smooth Indite as a Hand Sewed Shoe J In I CD Cbenault Cashier of the above Corn per barrel portions ot the country at the tweitty ftHir years was unable to steal then left the hall Affiant says that or Wax Thmrt to hnrt tbe fret named bunk do solemnly swear There was n Republican rally on known us the Gibraltar of America the Hay per 100 lbs XY L - rnfirciled And here we are with 130000000 of Is manned only by two companies 5o6oc above statement is true to the bestthat my hands of lawless men of wev Best Calf Slier irtli tor bearrDOUGLAS S3SO Ml On jn of Oatsin sheaf per 100 Ss he mentioned Harrisons fpeech and Saturday lust under the diiectiou of knowledge and belief XV surplus revenue bulked in in the Fed- Â¬ DOUGLAS SZJCS AOKKl0 equipped largely with XjJirti BIANS SHOE is the hot hi the w ri i T C D CIIENAULT Cashier I11 artillery and man i wj eral Treasury and the tax mnde utoii the circumstances that very evening to the Harnsou auil Morton club rants wear one pair oacnt mw X 31 IOW Subscribed and sworn to before mo this JEXXIK BOWMANS 3I0XUJIEXT XY L DOUCLAS SS SHOF FOB HOIS his neighbors aud that he frequently spite of ttie rain iu the morning there cannon long out of date 54C of liGCSWIlX lJ th2 best School Shoe bi the t i m American statesmanship is to get rid l5ioc 9th day P October 18S8 dij- - was a good attendance VT L DOUGLAS S17S YOUTHS School thereafter mentioned the same iu The Hon a DEATUERAGE Notary Public A Dispatch from Feathers 2O04O r tW aud Slxov cWe the rmimll Boys a lit nre l 15- Last Saturday a very handsome of itthe to get it back into the pockets cuislng pollllc i with his friends long CassiusM Clay and Mr Dunlap from September lOih says Flemiugsburg ilval Attest best anon tn the world 8590c Cobbect B DEATUERAGE 1 A runaway Oats per bushel of ple from whom it was w AH made In CoMcresa Button a xl T an i N before Beu Harrison was nominated Lancaster were the orators of the day couple Willinm sow hj tort rtenWr write XV L DOUdl AS monument was erected to the wrenched by unnecessary i nd 50c O H CIIENAULT Henderson aud Miss Orchard Grass Intrednrs unjust for President HKOCKTOX MASS j A Mian t says he has and held the audience for over two aud Annie Deafly of Bath memory of Jennie Bowman in and GB MILLER J1 5 county while German Millet unfair taxation 2 JACK FREEMAN 252 CO paid so much attention to Harrisons one half hours Agent RkfcfflBJ Kj Cave Hill Cemetery at Louisville driving rapidly through this place ou Timothy Seed 2 753 00 1 he Democratic party is oil trial of the condition ol the First Clover Seed Several hundred people aeeembled for nearly four years it lias held execu Â¬ speech because among other reasons 8 24 their way to Aberdeeu and matrimony REPORT SPEBDWEL Bank at RIchmoud iu the sheaf to pay the last tributes to the tive power in this country The issue Harrison whs then a prominent Repub State ot Keutucky at the close of business this evening were overtaken by the Oats in blue grass seed Choice liS8 J06 October 4lh memory of this heroic servant upon which you are to pass is as to lican having bf en beaten for Govern vounir ladvs hrntlipr tvlm at iiig jiumh Red top seed -r u Mr Samuel Death era ge has his to 00 girl who died so nobly in the dis- wiiether it lias acquitted itself honor- Â¬ or of Indiana buta8hort while before 1 00 1 in a pisioi compelled Henderson to Sweet Potatoes RESOURCES 25 bacco crop nicely housed AND Irish Potatoes relliiquMi possession of the young charge of a sacred trust Jennie ably and fnlrly or whether it Iiss failed S3S0CTIP0 7c Loan and Discounts- Overdrafts Great consternation is felt at Coal James Cosby bought 0 lot of good lady While a warrant was being 64SI84 Bowman wa6 born in Louisville to redeem its pledges I will ask you U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 3 rzyxsr axo js and mortgages Tobacco Market Other stocks bonds reserve airents 850 05 600 00 was of German parentage and to be fHir and judge it by Its record Creek Tenn among the miners of jeurllug steera from John Wages ut Issued for bis arrest he placed his sister Louisville Due from aDDroved in a bugey and made his escape The ByOlover Durrett LonUvllle Tobacco Due from other National Banks 679 61 whjle poor in this worlds good Thank Gd it Im a record That po that place A dlxpalcb from Knoxville 4 cents weight 925 Is prepared to do an jctnds of Ware lloose Duefrom State Banks aud bankers An old niau climing to be a lee 55 The frost has been looking forth The parties are highly connected In she was honest industrious and lilJeal organization came into exigence say 9417 2 Sales on our market for the past Real estate furniture and fixture prophet in whom Â¬ Airreut expenses 3811 11 BUILDING AND CONTRACT faithful The particulars of her hi the natal hour of tlii- r public The plicit confidence the miners have im quite ofteu of late and has bitten Bath and Miss Deatley Is eighteen week Jtit closed amount to 1777 hhds Premiums paid aud taxes paid 2JXW 00 has predicted Jhe nearly everything biUble years old and rather pretty 1 00 GO with receipts for the tame neriod 43 Bills of other Banks faaiue great bwordles matchless slales horrible murder by I lie brutes paper currency nickels caving in or explo iou of mines hhds Hales on our market since Fractional WORK and Turner and Patterson who were niMii who drafted the Declaration of and the time Is about up for the- proph- Â¬ Oakland school needs fuel badly 137 Nellfp the bright little daughter of January 1st amount lo 66466 hluh Specie- cents hi5000 00 Iiiri teHleite ami declared to the afterwards hanged for their crime AT THE MOST fund ecy to be fulfilled It is u fact that Patrons awl Trustees make a note Mrs John D Carpenter suffered au The ofleringa of hurley tobacco this ueue option cent with US Treas- Â¬ urer o per of circulation 22SQ00 are too well known to our readers wwM I hut it was possible for n people hundreds of rats are leaving the en- Â¬ here and act accordingly nccWtent ou Monday evenlug which week have been rother larger thon usu- Â¬ have been fairly Total f47696l66 to require a repetition in ail their to govern tlHrmsetveM Thomas Jefler trances and the miners absolutely re Â¬ Report says Spei dwell is in the line will injure her for life If it does not al Valuesincreased oflVrings sustained under the but there mm with lue Mime hand and with the LIABILITIES sickening details cause her death She was playing In has been no quotable advance The II Judge fuse to enter for work The greatest of the new railroad Rnh for Speed Â¬ tap fta f me jh h and in tile Mime hour draft- Â¬ 5360000 00 crop has been to eome extent damaged Capital stock paid In a drawer whera she found u Smith Thompson of Louisville one of excitement now prevail The gases well and the railroad too 50000 00 ed lite firsi platform that a Democratic by the recent fronts but not to a degree Surplus fund undivided profits- Wesson 3S calibre pistol and in taking committee having in charge the iMtiHial eHi vent ion ever adojied that escape from the mines have a very 11W 10 Will furnish drawings plans and 45000 The dwelling and old store houe of it out It struck beside firing It off to tflect the market The greatest dam Â¬ National Bank notes outstanding 93989 00 specifications purchase of the monument deliv we have stuck to It from then and peculiar odor Ifthl 9tate of affairs 12 age reported Is In the Mason county Indivlaualdeposltssublecttocheck at any time until Mr H B other National 2118 01 a most eloquent and glowing now thank God This wrty is before pxlt Ioag the owners will puller heavy new shingles Dillingham are receiving with fearful result The ball struck Iu district In the section west of the Ken Â¬ Due to State Banks andBanks Due to 623 51 bankers this week Good Office at his residence on Hallie- 2053 92 her temple passing through oue eye tucky river the percent of the crop in Notes and bills re dlscouuted tribute to her memory After you it Imnaueueied at lie bar of pub- - loi as several large contracts remain the field at the time of the frost was All teachers who ore not yet crippled destroying It and ranging around the small unfilled Total 63 irvine Street prayer by Dr S S Waltz pastor He judgment You are the jury and 3rr8S3 3 hold up their hands Up 60 out of 70 forehead buried Itcelf la the skull KENTUCKY June22 tf The following quotations fairly rep STATE OFor 3IADISOX f- nof the First English Lutheran it i furyoii tn deiermlne whether It Is IOUJtTY A Cobb Prohibition candidate for Isnt that a good guess nbovo the other from whence It was regent our market on Burley tobacco Trustee CliurHi of which Jennie Bowman rinltled tn jour ounfidence and to a I J E O reenlear Cashier of the above Trash not colorv and tobacco dam Â¬ CgreM wa billed to seak here last lonk to your laurels with difficulty taken by Drs Brown g named bank do volaointy swear that the a mhjiiImt the monument was continuance in power a t Hoove RtntmiiAnt la trn t Tuesday night The speiker came but t VT I rrm Wltfe the bend of rPf vi-yIT--- T Alcorn and Juhstone The brain was aged by freezing S300 toifo00 tm -t t unveiled and was then literally the nur rt Colory Trash 560 toSl 400 knowledge and belief W II West continues opening up ur In reference to the accumulation the audience did not Shucks ja oar wrdftw what he peneirnted and portions of It oozed out t Corumon Lugs not colory 700 to J E GRKEiLEAr Cashier coverel with flowers by friends Qf je surplus he said his fall He explained In a huky voice wittatotSM ftHfT Im opened agoodsoffrom day to dayThurs Â¬ of the opening At last account the 10 00 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th r- - mm lamp chimneys PERSONS having claims or notes box day of October 1883 aiuimigii uiey Colory Lugs S14 00 to S500 However lie was not Wenre bidding lo daj in the city little suflerer was doing tolerably ORHinst Tallon Newty Jr H P DKAinmiAaE Notary Public i r luuwiilu r yet admired day last Go it William liml will file Common Leuf Sli 00 to 11 nn of WHIJKtii the most roaguifleent corued and wefer there will not be wetl aud was conclous when aroued same at Hie Second National Bauk Mpttum to gn d leaf Atdreas fHJLErj ORCAX CC 00 1700 Cobbect Attest Iw a mm failhUtJ eveu to mommwiii ilit was ever ereoicd to left enough oi thin cli nfler November Dr J A Snnwden of Clark county of tbe stupar he lies In for a great- - I Select or Wranuerv SU --S17f0 tn btfire he undersigned hii J W rAPERTON leaf a j 1L X W HI TK J Directors OWEN NEWBY eare building a vault t t uiHke 11 pipe Wood onl Sun was to locate here to practice medicine er part of the time I ilerlor Journal 52 jOO human full BRIGHT China pmjioses to retaliate upon the United States for their refusal to receive further Mongo liau immigration by boy cotting our coal oil That is all right It Jen Harrisons friends profiose to return to pine knots and tallow Â¬ made of marble to hold one hundred nrliiun of silver dollars that are gather- Â¬ Governor McCreary who has ed Into your treasury for which your fought faithfully in Congress dur Government has no ue Now gentleing the last ten mounts has come men it does not matter what your po- Â¬ home to enter on his campaign litical autecedents may have been I which he will open by speaking appeal to the common scne aud tbe at Taylorsville Spencer county patriotism of Republicans as well as on to morrow He will speak Democrats aud I ask you how much right along for four weeks and better it would have been to have left when the District has heard of that silver in the bowels of the earth his good work he will receive his where God planted it than to have dug usual majority A telegram was it out tratifporled it iicrosi the conti nent coined and minted In sent to him from West Virginia du as they are doing toItday order to as the asking him to make some speech- product of Republican legislation es in that State but he was forced Money has no value except as a me-Â¬ to decline because of his appoint- dium of exchange aud as a measure of ments in his own District The value Money does not reproduce it time for united action has come does not breed You may lock your and our time honored principles hundred millions of silver dollars in are in the hands of an advocate your vault and It will never increase who never knew defeat We oue penny you will be devilish lucky should not in an unguarded mo- If you find as much as you put there If ment swap a tried horse lor one the Republicans have charge of it who is not broken to harness and Money is not worth the cobblestones in might kick the whole vehicle to your streets except ns a medium of ex Â¬ pieces at once Central Kentucky change Here it 5130000000 piled up in the Treaoury at the rate of S0 News 5th 000000 every j ear in round numbers NEW LIGHT OX FREDERICKS CHARAC- Â¬ and the question is presented as to what we shall do with it TER Of the high tariff results he Eaid Go where you pleae in the mining It is a long time since the German nation has been shaken up districts or in the manufacturing dis in time of peace as it is now over tricts and you wilj cee the SHme lordly the publication of portions of the castle like Mr Carnegies in Scotland late Emperor Fredericks diary of where Blaine the great advocate and the Franco Prussian war It was apostle of American labor has recent- Â¬ at first assumed that so important ly beeu sojourning in his tiips on tally a document would not have been hos through the Scotth h mountains given to the public without the you will find the Fame castilated resi Â¬ You ask sanction of the present emperor dence upon mmc Minimi and Prince Bismarck But this who lives there and they tell you that does not seem to be the case the manufacturer or the miner or the capitalist lives there Frederick ordered a dozen copies you will see gathered Around its base engraved some lime since and and hovel Now a lot of cottages ak who lives there distributed them among his most You know that the laborer occupies intimate personal friends with these quarters That it is the re ult of the injunction that they were to twenty five years of high protective be kept a secret for 50 years It taritl and you can not get away trom is supposed to be one of these it One hundred aud ninety six thoucopies from which the extracts sand honest horny handed sons of toil were copied the widowed empress today wauder through this country giving approval as some of the without employment as the result of a German papers claim However quaiter of a ceutury of high protective that may be the German people tariff now feel a deeper regret at the Mr Hurd of Ohio followed Mr strange fatality which removed a Blackburn and with a most enterman of such broad statesmanship taining beautiful and instructive joined with that very stalwart speech he entertained the crowd decision that is the corner stone of at some length He is known as Bismarcks fame The picture of the Prince of Tariff Reformers kmperor William shrinking from and it would give us great pleasthe title of Kaiser and Bismarck ure to reproduce his entire speech distrusting the south German but we give only the following princes while Frederick urged home thrust to trusts both on to German unity with I will refer to a decision of Lord prayerful lailh will make a Coke made 200 j ears ago 1 hey had memorable chapter for the histo- trusts then aud Lord CoRe decided the rian of the fatherland While trust illegal and against public policy Bismarck did not need encouragefor thee three terse reasons ment in the use of coercion to obFirst Because they increased the tain political ends he would have price done well to entertain the spirit Second Because they deteriorated ofliberalism which inspired Frede the quality and rick The diary abounds in pasThird Because they impoverished sages like this When I see my tbe artisans and others Those were the reasons two hundred endeavors to help the oppressed acknowledged by Germany and years ago and they are just as good to- Â¬ her neighbor and that the people day as then Do they not increase the are gaining confidence in my price and impoverish the artNans and future I feel quite happy Moral others and shall you permit rucii a earnestness and political convic- man as Klnine tot ay hi the fare of all tions can only be the result of in- thi that they are private aifiiirs and ward maturity ot inward strug- that the law has no light to deal with My friend I appeal to the gles which must be continued them daily and tor which ones self is people of Amei lea to get rid of these trust which are the inevitable result responsible of the tarifl f njs During the visit of Carl Schurz plastered over Bltiine them England it with It is not in Germany it has been rumored true Those who are iu them are con that he has in mind a biography spirators who would be indicted If of Bismarck A life of Frederick there were such fr conspiracy When would give Mr Schurz a fuller you limit competition joti make pos scope for his admirable gift of sible combinations If England i free political description Springfield trade then if they would have a trust Republican it would Include the whole world UOOD ADVICE UNION CITY Â¬ Mr Tnomas Brothorton near this place is seriously ill with fever Who iwuir next Jailor We kuow Ha r rah for John Hill dont Mr Squire Hill of this place who has been sick lor several weeks is now going about Corn cutting is now in progress in thir vicinity Farmers seem to think that it is injured two or three barrels per acre by the late winds aud rains Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fannie Stone occurred at this place Sunday Octoter 7th She has passed into the Great Beyond leaving many friends und relatives to mourn the loss Mrs The funeral of Â¬ History teaches that George Wash Â¬ ington died in the elghteeuth century NEWS PARAGRAPHS Probably he did but he was just buried e a few days ago at the Jt The Traders Bank at Chictgo has was a crippled darky named George gone under with liabilities of overSl Washington Clay 000000 poor-houi-- but the thing failed to materialize ntid he remains In Clark Good for Harris 1 This community deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs O LSearcy over the loss of their darling baby boy May the declaration All things work together for good to them thnt love God comfort them iu this hour of grief Rev H A Henderson preached a very Instructive discourse the 5th Sunday iu September at the Buptl t church here The text was Mnry hai He showed chosen the good that everything may be taken from a person but bis religion but that he might sell it out very like Juda cheap himself Ho also showed thai irreligious nations families aud indi- Â¬ viduals are failures Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS LIVE ST0C2 MAEKET B3P0RT By LOPBH DATEB CO At Winchester Jones Guy bought LI o Stock Commission Sforcliantji at CIncin null Unlou Stock Ynnls aud Covington of Everett Van Meter 75000 pounds of Stock Yards crop of 1S87 at 4J ceuts hemp Cincinnati Ohio Oct 8 18S8 Imitation Oysters Cut tender veal SHIPPING CATTLE oyster then in pieces the size of an season well with salt pepper and Good to Extra 5 00 4 75 4 75 4S thyme or mace and dip in egg then Fair to Good 3 75 3 25 In cornmeal or cracker crumbs and Common and Rough So Extra Oxen fry Good to purtc The auctioneer reports BUTCHER CATTLE cattle 011 the market aud about 4 00 one half sold Good feeders brought Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 75 plain cattle S3 60 to 3 S3 85 to 4 25 Pario Court 500 05 Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 4 25 3 oo 2 oo 4 00 2 75 25 4 LARGEST STOCK OF- - He sold 32 head at 30 25 9 at 2450 15 at 21 8 nt 1670 Mules brought 110 to 125 Good horses 85 to 110 5 In a recent trip to Fayette county one of our citizens discovered three or four telegraph poles iu succesoii d shattered by lightning aud was to Hud them so Probably he didnt know lightning could wall the wire stir-pii-e- Â¬ Â¬ DOYLESVILLE Mr Horace Park Is laying very sick of lyphoip fever We have had several large frosts here hut the tobacco is about all cut Mrs Patterson and Miss Laura Ran- Â¬ kin ot Clark county have been visit ing friends at this place Flux fever and quinsy are raging nil through this neighborhood aud carrying away many of our citizens Quarterly meeting was held at tlili place Saturday and Sunday last a good meeting in which three joined the church Callie G the little daughter of John and Lucinda Wal- den died at this place Friday Octobrr 5th 1888 The remains were interred in the Doylesville cemetery The hearts of so ninny friends reach out in deepest love nnd sympathy toward the bereaved family 2nd the giver and preserver of all things saw fit for some purpose unknown to us to lane the little rose bud just opening Into life aud shut it in bin bosom from the trials and snares of this world Callie can four-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ not come back to you but you can go to her she was the pride of their hearts Her baby laugh gladdened theirs The frail little body they have laid away beneath the sod to sleep until the last day DRIP ROCK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J W Parsons school closed Satur- Â¬ day 6th F R Davidson was In Richmond last week Josephine Murphy is very low and not expected to recover Born to the wife of J V Parsons on Saturday September 29th a fine boy Â¬ J C M Fox sold 10 sugar mules at 161 per head J C Caldwell sold to Chicago buyers 493 fine 1 500 b cat- Â¬ tle at So30 per cwt C K Caldwell sold his farm of 74 acres north of Dau vllle to Mr Wallace of Fayette coun- Â¬ ty at a little over 75 per acre Dan Texas will furnish this year the vile Advocate olde t voter in the United States His Early sown rye aud wheat In stubble Is Richard Kidd and be ii 115 name Per- Â¬ or tobacco ground is up nicely years old haps one half of the tobacco in this H Clay Coleman a veteran printer county was uncut when the frost came and publisher founder of the Bowling last week and the damage to the crop Green Democrat died at Anchorage will be great The late crop was very aged 48 jears promising but too unripe to cut before Violin valued at 5000 and Ml ty the frost caught it Cyulhiaiia Times Way at 4000 were burned iu tbe fire The proper temperature for sweet at Shockencys stables in the Fair potatoes iu winter Is about sixty de- Â¬ Grounds near Louisville grees If they ore not exposed to a Jnmes W Browu was found guitly temperature lower than fifty six de- Â¬ of bigamy ut Detrot Michigan Fif grees they will keep easllv When teen of thirty three women whom he first stored in the cellar they should be had married were present in court kept at seventy degrees until well diied gradually lowering the temper Mrs Ada Fairfax widow of Lord at ure to sixty degrees Fairfax died last week In Washing Â¬ Elder J Q Montgomery lost over ton Miss Fairfax was a Miss Ben ham of Louisville sister of Mrs Geo 100 bushels of wheat by a stack catch Â¬ ing fire from a spark from the thresher D Preulice engine A T Nunelly sold to W B John Miller a farmer living near Hill 35 mule colts at 56 E T Pence Yotingstown Ohio went crazy Satur has bought in the last week a car load liny night turned his family out of of 1500 pound cattle at 4J cents Wm doors and then tried to cremate him McDonald bought of various parties in self by setting the house on fire He Clinton couuty 47 cattle at wa secured and the fire extinguished 2 els Vanceburg is n town that does the to keep sur- Â¬ It will cost but state proud Ninety five new girl face of llio earth little young Ihe urouud trees well IhiIiIps and not a Iny to he seen This sprinkled with fine lime Many In Â¬ N loo much sweetness though for one sects will avoid the lime and on some community Roie of these girl babies soil the lime will prove beneficial An should be distributed in other parts of excellent mixture for such purposes is the Common wraith Courier Journal two parts wood ashes one part lime The widow of President Polk is In and one part coarse suit Only a small her STHi year She Is feeble and rather quantity need be used at each apphca forgetful but she maintains her cheer Â¬ linn fulness and her interest iu the world At the sale ofLeban Becrafts estate about her Of late she has been taking Thursday his 300 acre sold to her ineaN in her own room and leaves Charlie Becraft hi eon atfarm per 70 acre it once a day to take an airing 011 the Only one bid His brother James gels porch Here she sita and receives her a portion Other sales were 1 mule visitors 1 horse S1S0 210 horse 120 hogs 561 per hundred stands of bees 50 A laree box arrived in St Petersburg from Warsaw The address was un cents to 250 J W Ferguson bought sulficieut and the box was opened the cattle 1300 pounds at 4 ceuts when it was found to contain the body Mr Ferguson also bought a lot of 50 of a lady attired in a costly dress with cattle at Morgan station of 1300 pounds a profusion of luce and jewelry The at 4 cents Paris Keutucklan woman had been strangled to death Benjamin It is supposed that she was murdered ville W Va Sloops a a farmer at Pelty had fine 1 Extra Fat Steers 75 Fair to Good Steers 25 Good to Extra Cows 50 Fair to Good Cows 75 2 25 I 75 Common Cows 1 50 1 oo Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS 2 75 Best Shipping 3 00 2 50 2 35 Best Bologna 2 25 2 oo Fair Bologna 2 35 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders 1 75 1 25 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers f 3 75 4 25 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 50 2 15 2 25 Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 2 25 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 00845 00 Fair to Good 25 oo35 00 Common 15 00920 00 6 00 Best Veal Calves 5 75 Fair to Good 5 oo 5 50 Common and Heavy 2 50 4 00 HOGS 6 20 6 25 Select Butchers 6 00 Fair to Good Packers 5 75 Good to Extra Lights 5 85m 6 00 Light Pigs 5 50 5 75 SPRING LAMBS Common to Good Extra- 5 25 4 oo 5 50 4 4 25 3 3 2 75Q9 3 00 3 3 2 2 50 00 CLOTHIHG Hats and Furnishing in Richmond Goods We can not give you a house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to give you more and better Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods 4 50 Remaining unclaimed in the Post OHice at Richmond Ky week ending October 9 188S Gibson Miss Barnes W Black George Thompson Ewing Mathews Mina Baker A J Wood Hardin Blount M T Bowman John Watts Wm Cappa Signora C A Williams Kate Cheerles Mrs Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 l jr Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a jr to j p jr -- LETTERS than yon ever got before for same money ncluded Owing to backward spring we have co- Â¬ to CDT DOWN OUE STOCK which is larger than ever and in order do so we will almost sell them at to J BWILLIS pm Your City Tax Is past due If not paid by November 1st 10 per cent will be added acdording to law J L BAXTER City Collector Office with Smith Powell on 2d St 17 19 Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE- - BOOK AGENTS 1HIED THREE GREAT NEW BOOKS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION 30 das allowed agents to deliver books no cash or experience necessary Best terms free See local notice DAX LIXAHAX PUBLISHING CO 4U1 and Washington Ave St Louis Mo 16 20 QUICK FINSST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST P3SICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond by Nihilist Jersey hen Â¬ Â¬ Dr J W Walker is absent from this place visiting his parents in Madison county Â¬ The many readers of The Cmmax will probably like to know why Jack Â¬ son county is called the banner comity Connoisseurs in the art of slow tor- Â¬ ture say there is nothing like the noc- Â¬ turnal tic tac to stir the blond and madden the brain The tic tac is a bullet on a string by means of which and with the hlp of Satin small boys rojsterloualy rap a melancholy mono Â¬ tone on the window pane and banish sleep from the inmate of the haunted cluinber as effectually as if he were on the track Second National Bank at Richmond In the the meadow aud poked itd nose into Htateol Kentucky ul the close ot business October tlj libi a brusli heap where an old lieu was doing her best to Increase the popula Â¬ RESOURCES tion ot the poultry yard The hen Loans and dlscomits 3S7IW M 1HH W flew at the calf and pecked out both Overdraft ccured and unsecured U - llonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Due its eyes The calf staggered and fell Due from approved reserve agents 1WH 3S from other National JianKs 1710a 69 anil the hen kept pecking aud beating Due from State Urihks and bankers tra 85 Current expenses and taxes pnid 3711 G6 it with her wings until she killed it Bills of other lJanks 6125 00 B- clf killed by an old setting The calf was wandering about BANK REPORTS of the condition of the J B STOUF37EH Eiest Street PATENT yr MS B m Tn IMmmlz s3sMS6JiJ l I Â¬ Â¬ S DINELLI CO N Â¬ 5 Â¬ SBETSY JYSTEBS I 1 Â¬ Â¬ 45c xSi6c J56c Y T W L DOUGLAS ViaUCl - 253 t- 56o I2tSC s dietelix co t E B WALLACE Â¬ r Â¬ rtt Ssl OOEITR A T OR The Mum Groan tjis ir- - It Reasonable Eates jtfiTyw wd Ik ws mm1 fc Notice to Creditors J - Dil Io37- - Trustee 0 34 mit jA sBrf -- ftr yjjgsn- THE CLIMAX October The Old Sarf ant News is responsible Â¬ The Etizabcthtown for the following Quite a consternation Wednesday i isi8 was created at a colored burial here re cently One or the fcmflte mourners tried Buv k iicVet to the Boston Star1 for wit in a loud voice if site had done any to morrow night thing wrong for the devil to come and circus riK be here on take Iter at dhce Hardly had her voice John Robinson tlred aVay when a snake crawled up be- Â¬ Saturday October 27th Susie S k havmg She won at St Louis things Ret hst week Bn way hind her impressed the woman that the devil had come for her shoo and hc immediately An Assignment Mr John C Hagan who is well known throughout this county and is a large farmer on Silver Creek has made an as Â¬ The very sight of the sarpant1 hustled Susie S is Richmonds proudest posses- nan nw eSccpt water works 01 BlnVley Bros have secured the services Mr K S Galvin in their immense signment to Mr William L Crutcher for the benefit of his creditors The many friends of Mr Hagan will hear night of his misfortune with sorrow He has m been dealing in tobacco very larcelv dur Out of Office Be sure to go te the Boston Stars to Mr A F Dudley for nearly three Proceeds are for the ing the past year and was caught on a de ircrrow night r clining maket His liabilities are said to j ears a clerk and deputy in the office of Christian church be about 31000 and his assetu about Col T S Bronston Collector of Internal a A very large number of Richmond Revenue for the Sth District has been 5000 people went to Lexijton yesterday to discharged by the Collector Mr Bron- Â¬ Water Works nee Suje S trot ston says this is not the result of any in- Â¬ The plans and specifications for the efficiency or dirclection on Hie pirt of Mr MJlle Bredellis concert for the benefit water works have been received from the Dudley in the discharge of the duties of o he jellow ever sufferers vM be given architect and copies have been sent to his office but was done to relieve any emthe lytb of this month Let everybody go leading contractors in the United States barrassment which might exist between the A copy may be found at the Second two arising from the fact c publish in thts issue of The Cli that during the National Bank of this city Any one late term o the Circuit Court Mr Dudley i x statements from three banks in our The show a total of individual desiring to put in a bid will please call took an active part in the prosecution of city there AH bidders are required to depos Â¬ Ballard Bron ton son of the Collector drpcttts of f 43579 12 it a certified check for 100 as evidence of for the killing of Gilbert Dudley cousin m J A futthcr of the deputy Mw Nettie Bronston has Republicans rallied at Berea last their good faith in bidding The bond of 90000 will be required of the been Starday but their big orators Gen promoted to the position formerly Bradley and Cot Swope were too much successful bidder occupied by Mr Dudley and Mr L R engaged elsewhere to rally Blanton has been appointed to succeed Pay Day MU Bronston Under the law passed by the last Leg- Â¬ Ladies if you dont go to Mrs J F Dr Chcnaulls Sanitarium tones opening Friday and Saturday islature the teachers of the public schools Last Saturday Oct iiJi and 13th you will miss an op Â¬ are to be paid monthly The beautiful property on South Broad- Â¬ was the first pay day Mrs Million way known as the Col portunity seldom offered in Richmond Richard West County Superintendent of Schools was place consisting of a large and elegant The State Agricultural Institute in busy all day writing checks She paid mansion and twelve acres of well laid out nnrction with tne Horticulture Society out upwards of 3500 She is now visit Â¬ and beautifully ornamented grounds has n session at Eizabethtown to day ing the county schools for the pot pose of been purchased by Dr R C Chenault cn C M Clay will by invitation deliv- Â¬ learning the condition and needs of every Dr Chenault intends to immediately open er liie address upon Animal Culture school in the county that she may more the West Mansion as a private sanitarium thoroughly remedy the defects and im- Â¬ for the treatment of mental and nervous Last spring Gov McCreary sent J B prove the school system generally disorders Lexington may be considered Mershon some seed among them a lot of in luck as there is now no institution of Pine Pop Corn raddish Yeterday he brought in a the kind in the State thcugh one has long Mr Matt Samuels of this county fiecnnen of what was grown from the been sadly needed Dr Chenault is pe- Â¬ Uter It weighed 7 pounds and is 22 brought to The Climax office last Satur- Â¬ culiarly fitted for the work He has made in circumference irs Stanford Jour- - day a fine stalk of pop corn which had a specialty of nervous and mental diseases eleven good well developed ears of corn and was quite successful in treating them on it It can be lecn in our office by the t o L F Copeiand a popular orator during the eight y ears he was Superinincredulous Can anybody in the county w i deliver a lecture in the Court tendent of the Lunatic As lum in this house beat this for pop corn If you can bring city He has been a physician of the next Saturday night SubjectSnobs and it along Mr Samuels also brought us an S obbcry highest repute for thirty years and is well The proceeds are for the immense turnip measuring twenty inches benefit of the Young Mens Christian known throughout the State as a gentlein circumference and sixteen and one half man of the highest character and standing Association of Central University Ad inches around by top and bottom and Therefore it may be concluded that he tnfsion 50 cents weighing well we wont say what just will have no trouble in securing at once Gov Buckner has respited Cornelison come and see it as many patients as his Sanitarium will I n ne months because his physicians A Iticlmond Druggist accommodate Tliere could be no better ci rified thit his heakh would be perma Mr W G Clelaid who has been in situation than the West Mansion for an nrit affected should he be forced to re business in Richmond for the institution of this kind as it is delightfully mam in the Mt Sterling jail this winter the drug past year left last Friday for Knoxvilk located in one of the healthiest quietest 0 1 Buckner say s the object of the law Tenn and ha secured a splendid position and most retired portior of the city Lex- Â¬ to punish Cornelison and not to destroy with the popular firm of Tea6eale Si Mayo ington Press his health druggists in that city Mr Cleland is a young man of sterling but iness qualities A riderless horse badly frightened and has the push and energy to make a c irac tearing down Mam street Wednes d t afternoon and was making a bee line complete success in the line of business this office but fortunately tlie entrance which he has marked out for himself t our neighbors proved more inviting His many friends in Richmond rejoice Jo The Louisville Southern is now an asand it ran headlong into the stairway It hear of his success and wish him great sured fact and the people of Madicon are - je cs to state that the called upon to rejoice over this fact The stairway stood prosperity in his new field of labor and that the animal was repuls it contract for the building of the road to Robert Millers Sale ed There were no casualties resulting At the sale of Mr Robert Miller last Beattyville has been let and in a short from the attack but our liuisines Mana Thursday the farm of 330 acres was sold time the workers will be in the bounds of ger has bare- - regained his composure to Anderson Chenault and N B Tcrrill Madison countv This will be one of the and the Devil will the least said about greatest advantages Madison has enjoyed at 570 pei acre total 2315343 Eleven him the better Danville Advocate for many years With water works and cattle bought J65 55 per head a new railroad and probably a prospect of 7 2 year olds 40 I yoke oxen Wdeat Seld 7554 electric lights and a Ftreet railway Richcalves 57 50 cows and calves Bro sold to For Covington Arnold mond may compete wilh any of her neigh- Â¬ 1 year old 152 50 per head man Stone S000 bushels of wheat at mules 75 bors in desirability accessibility durabilcolts 101 Horses 15250 05 per bushel all other abilities We give the sold high Prices were good all through ity and PhMjc Speaking Mr Miller and family will move to town readers of The Climax some news of the action of the Louisville Southernfrom the Hon Geo Denny Jr will speak on We are indebted to Capt P P Ballard Men hate begun to Anderson News political issues of the day at the Court tor a report of the sale fie build shanties on Judge McBrajers land u e in Richmond on Thursday night near the distillery to be ocupicd by the The Climax of Happiness tLt iSth at 730 oclock Everybody is hands who work upon the new railroad The editor of the Frankfort Evening irj ncd to hear him beJournal who wrote the following notice It is said that 300 men will be placed tween ton and Tyrone as soon as they Tenacity Wen would do well to conceal himself about two weeks from date when the editor of may lie gotten together It h announced d Tenacity Mr W R Letchers that the building of the Louisville Southby Ten Broeck won a race last tire Thin Column returns to his post or lie will immediately be slaughtered as a ern bridge over the Kentucky river at w 1 k at Latonia over eight competitors Value 300 lie sold at immense odds successful rival by that cdilor Mr Tyrone has been let to be completed by French Tipton of the Richmond Climax April ist 1SS9 It will be a wonderful but lie got there jw t the same married a Miss Stuart this week She is bridge in many particulars and in several points it will surpass them all It will be Assigned said to be a beautiful and accomplished On Friday lat Mr L E Francis made lady and wc can give you a French within a little of the highth of the famous High Bridge It will be considerably an assignment for the benefit of his credit- Â¬ Tipt on it that the quill driver has reached longer than that structure it will have the ors to Mr S H Parkes Mr Francis the Climax of his lifes happiness longest cantilever span in the world there sais he will pay dollar for dollar and have Homeopathic Asssociation will be no masonry whatever in its struct- Â¬ something left He has the sympathy of The thanks of The Climax are due ure iron piers being sunken by a new and the community in his misfortune Howard Crutcher M D for the follow- Â¬ wonderful process to the solid rock 70 A New Has Pole ing invitation The Southern Homeo- feet below the surface A new flag pole is being erected in the pathic Medical Association invites you to PERSONAL place of the one which was wrenched to be present at the complimentary exclu- Â¬ pieces by the weight of the heavy derrick sion tendered by the Louisville Southern B W Turner is in St Louis visit- Â¬ Mr a few weeks ago The new pole will be Railroad through its President Colonel ing friends much stronger and more handsome than Bennett H Young Train leaving Union Mr M M Harber of Lilly Mines has the first one and v ill be a graceful orna- Depot at 3 r at sharp on Thursday ment to the public square October nth 18SS will proceed directly been lisiting here forseveral days to Shelby ville and returning will arrive Mr John B Chenault is quite sick Race at Lexington at 6 P m Compliment of A L Mon- Â¬ with fever at his home near Richmond Howard Neales filly Belle Vara by roe M D Howard Crutcher M Dt Rev II T Daniels has been quite sick utican won the race for yearlings at Committee of Arrangement but we arc glad to announce he is better Lexington on Monday last ia the remark Â¬ able time of 231 shutting out aH other en Railroad Invitation Miss Emma Dejarnett has returned tries in the race This is the fastest time Col C D Chenault has received from from a visit to friends in Lawrenceburgh 03 record in a race of yearlings After Hon A E Richards attorney for the Misses Mattic and Callie Chenault ac- Â¬ the race Mr Nealesold her for 2500 Louisville Southern Railway a telegram companied by their mother went to Cin- Â¬ He wa offered and refused the same price inviting the citizens of Madison county to cinnati yesterday her full brother a suckling colt witness the breaking of dirt in Jessa- Â¬ Hon Jacob Krohn Mayor of Fr eeport mine county for the building of the road Xew Opera House and to attend the exercises incident there Â¬ Ills and wife arc viiiting Mr and Mrs Mr H A Rowe architect of Lexington to He says there will be music speak Â¬ HJ Strong at the St Nicholas Hotel was in town on Monday for the purpose ing and ladies The exercises will be Miss Bessie B McDowell is spending of drawing plans and specifications for a held near Nicholasville about 1230 r m the week with her cousins Misses Pattie new Opera House in the rear of the First to morrow The morning train from and Margaret McDowell near Lexington National Bank The entrance will be Richmond will connect with the Cincin- Â¬ Robt II McCreary returned homeSat from Main street through the hall way nati Southern at Lexington landing of the Masonsic Lodge The enterprise passengers at Nicholasville in ample time urday from the University of Virginia He attended a part of the summer course 15 undertaken by a company composed for the frolic of law there of our leading business men and will be The Kentucky Midland pushed forward to completion as rapidly Dr Everett Park and Mr Elbridge possible To give our readers some idea of what Park left on Monday for their home in is being done in our neighboring counties San Francisco after a two weeks visit in Susie S- - Again on a much talked of railroad we quote this and Estill counties At the St Louis Fair last Thursday from the Paris Kentuckian Citizen the Miss Maggie daughter of Col C D Susie S again made a winning race following Over six hundred hands are Houri beat her in the first heat but she at work on the Kentucky Midland between Chenault will handle the first rhovel of onthe next three heats easily The Frankfort and Georgetown The work is dirt at the railroad jolification in Jessa- Â¬ mine county to morrow ce was the Mississippi Stakes for four being pushed rapidly and is first class in 1 ear olds entrance 3250 and 750 added all respects The alignment the road Â¬ Mr Wilkes Baxter of Richmond has money The race was bed and every part of the engineering returned home after a several days visit Susie S 3 1 1 1 show care and judgement in the construc- Â¬ to Sheriff Baxter and other relatives and Houn tion It is creditable to officers and con- friends in this county Anderson News Sandy Cossack tractors The company comtemplate an Eminence Mr Park Gardner of Irvine has gone iron bridge across the Buffalo Track near to Philadelphia to attend lectures at the Time 224 223Jr3tKi Frankfort instead of wooden as first Dental College After he completes his Public Speaking specified The work between Georgetown course he will make his home in San Hon James B McCreary Democratic and Paris has not progressed as fastas the Francisco nominee for Congress in the 8th Con Â¬ company desired owing to the non attainMr Clarence E Woodsof the Register gressional District of Kentucky will speak ing of the right of way The Vice Presi Â¬ accompained by his wife left last week at the following times and places Tay dent Gen Dan Lindsay with Engineer two or three week6 They lorsville Saturday Oct 6th ShelbyvUIe Douglas and the Bourbon Directors with for a tripf took in the Cincinnati Exposition on Monday Sthj Mt Eden Tuesday Attorney Lucas were out on right of way route 9 Christiamburg Wednesday 10th matters yesterday The line is corrected their Lawrenccburg Thursday nth Salvisa and improved in several places making it Rev C H LockwooJ formerly of Friday 12th Harrodsburg Saturday 13th shorter more direct and giving better Beattyville now of Aniston Ala was in Danville Monday 15th Nkholasville satisfaction to various land owners The town last week Mr Lockwood has many Tuesda 16th Stanford Wednesday work of Obtaining the right of way will friends in Riclrnond who wlil ahvars give K HoustonviMe Thursday 18th Rich now be pushed with vigor and the force him a hearty welcome woad Saturday 20th Lancaster Mon employed increased on this end of the Craddoek attended the Tipton Stuart dV 22d Mt Vernon Tuesday 23d line It is now calculated that the road wedding He came to sec If it is catchLondon McKee will be completed to Georgetown by De- ing like measles etc but Craddoek has Wednesday 24th Thursday 35th BoonevHle Fridya6th cember 1st and within a short while escaped so long that he may be consid Annvflle Saturday 27th East BernsUdt thereafter to Paris It will be a road of ered proof against everything of the kind Monday jQth Speaking wHI begin at t great local value and with its connections Winchester Democrat each day Time wttl be divided and extensions of first Importance in the I Col Algin Ilisle of Waco went to li other candidates for Congress State of Kentucky Dont forget the concert the famous Do ton Stare at Ac Court house Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ v 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Papers The Hardin Couity Independent is he name of a new pper winch has made its appearance upon our Uhle It is owned and edited by Mr Tho L Stovall of bhzabethtown who is one of the youngest editors in the State and we are quite sure he is the smallest in size lie is barely twenty one years of age and very low in stature But to read Wn paper one is compelled to acknowledge that if he is little he is loud and we are sure his influence will be felt in the section of country he represents The paper is weH printed and is full of local and national news We wish for our new brother a brilliant future There is aUo a Republican paper Wel Â¬ come Tidings isued at Elizabethtown and these two with the News make three papers for Elizabethtown with a popula tion of 3500 people Kansa- - City last week on business he bemf a partner in a large cattle business uui ciiy ne was accompanied by Miss Lucy Brooks who has been visiting relatives in this county for sometime 11 Miss Susie P Hart one of the most beautiful women in Kentucky and the belle ol Woodford was in the city to day accompanied by a son of ex Senator Camden of West Virginia to whom she is to be married October 16th Lexing- Â¬ Suffered for Six Years Wife mflered six years from up prewed menstruation Has been I real c4 by the hept physicians without benefit Two iwitlee of BradHldi Female Regulator relieved her W A Simmons McNutts S C Write the BradUeld Reg Co Atlanta 17 20 Georgia if Grand Opening Oct 12th and 13th ton Leader It Mrs J F Stone School Books at Whites Drug Store CoL O II Chenault Col D Tribble 2nd St near Garrett House tf F H AdairF B Crooke W B Bright Dr Will White of The Climax Ci iJ Many forget that t lib hair and scalp Woods of the Register and S C Park of need cleaning Extensive use of San Francisco came over from Richmond Ayets Hair Vigor has proven that it is to attend the Tipton Stuart nuptials the best cleansing agent fur the hair Winchester Democrat The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing B ver Shown in Richmond our line at l RELIGIOUS Presbyterian church last Wednesday that It prevents dandruff and stimu lates the hair to renewed growth It m Â¬ We have just returned from the market where we have hought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Oyercoof or anything in LOWER Aldens Illustrated Weekly Maga Bev Wm Irvine or Shelby county titie Literature is one of the handsomconducted prayer meeting at the First est as well us one of the most inter Â¬ Â¬ night The members of the Christian church will occupy the First Pretbyterlnn church next Sundiy and the fr unday following Dr Henderson as dated by Rev Mr Spate of NicliolahviU Is holding a 6erien of meetings at Providence Church this county The riders of the First Presbyterian church have received a letter from Dr E O Guerrant nyiig that after a prayerful consideration of their call he has decided lint lie can uot accept it There will ba a congregational meet- Â¬ ing of the members of the Firtt Presby Â¬ Wanted terian church next Sunday after the A responsible business man or some morning series to take Htepa looking to young man to take the ngency of a the calling of a pastor large steam laundry in Dayton O Lexington Transcript Pays that A good percent paid to an industrious The when the organ was tried tor the llrst man Agents outfit furnished free lime in the Main Street Christian Address Jas F FeeneyEIectric Steam It church it worked so well that 11 per Laundry Dayton O sons joined the church during the day years I suffered from loss of apFur The Christian church at Liucaster petite nud iudigeston but failed to find has secured temporarily the pastoral relief until I began hiking Ajers Sir- This medicine entirely cur services of Elder C C Cline who is saparilla Known ail over Kentucky as the ed me My appetite and digestion nre Fred G Bower 409 dwett Siner of his church In our now perfect Seventh St South Boston Mass It Stale A j eriei of religioui services will be Manifold Cyclopedia Eighth Volume giu on Thursday night the 11th at The eighth volume of Aldens Mani- Â¬ Silver Creek Chapel uud continuu fold Cyclopedia extends from Ceylon through the remainder of the week In Club Foot and is fully equal to its and Sunday llevDr Hamilton will predecessors its handsome lipe assist the pa stor Rev Mr Crow numorous illustrations Intndy form The ttehty sixth annual session of neat substantial binding and more the Kentucky State Synod will con Â¬ than all its skilllul editing which vene at the Pre bytenan Church in brings within such convenient limits Versailles on Wednesday October 17 such a vast amount of knowledge so and will continue one week The well adapted to popular need are n Synod is comim ed of six Presbyteries satisfaction and a delight to students and has within its charge 110 ministers Not only in its marvelnusly low price anil 15000 cnmiuuiiiciiuts Upwards but in every other respect thU seems of 150 ministers and delegates are ex Â¬ better than any other Cyclopedic suited pected to be present duiiuj the entire for use in the homes of the masses iessioii and of course many more day and In our public libraries A speci vibilors will I on hand It will prove men volume to be returned if not an Interesting week for Versailles wanted may be had in cloth binding Rev J P Willfamson President ol for 50 rents or In half Mi rocco for 65 the Madison Female College Rich Â¬ cents postage 10c Address John B mond i holding a protracted meeting Alden Publisher New York Chicago It at the Christian Church Large audi- Â¬ Atlnuta Ga or San Fraucisco ences are in attendance and already Road horses trotters and runners four confessions of Chsist have been shod in any manner desired I have taken Preaching morning at 1030 just received an extra lot of four year ulso in die evening at 7 oclock Sun old second growth timber for repairing day night Prof Williams will fpeak on all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ the subject The hereafter why anteed at the very lowest prices Shop should we believe in it Ail are cor- Â¬ back of Brookss drug store dially invited to attend lo attend these Respectfully meetings and enjoy them Jcsamine Sfebly S L MIDKIFF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ esting and instructive periodicals of the day In its plan of giving illus- Â¬ trated biographical and critical htudles of popular authors recent issues have been devoted toGnlzot the historian ami fctatesmiin Paul Hamilton Hayne the brilliant southern poet Ralph Waldo Emerson philosopher and transcendentalt and Wm M Thackeray novelist and humorist Each subject Is well presented in a biographical and critical tketclt follow Â¬ ed by copious chamcteristics selections from his works 100 a year speci- Â¬ men free John B Alden Publisher New York Chicago Atlanta and San Francisco It PRICES THA EVER SOUGHT THEM AT BEFORE Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces All the Latest Styles in Suits5 Ovreeate9 i2a ea j in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout StSeSXj lis U 23 XdtJL CAPS G A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES GOLOES AND SHADES ect M 1 the Latest Things to be Found an a First Glass Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as is complete embracing all of 01 GOODS AI MARKED we are AT PICES V TO BEAU DS OUT II MAT IE HATE SAID fl With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of same ery liespecttully CO VINGTON 218 ANNOUNCEMENTSl Olt ASSESSOR - MITCHELL S7S7E3SS3 2ijo Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ three-nar-ol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lr -- i 1322 3243 4434 36 Â¬ 1 hnve a remedy guaranteed to cure HAUVEST EXIXTSIOXS Chicken Cholera and other diseases among fowls I will refund the money To Minnesota Dakota Montana Rev Harry G Henderson of Ver in every ca e where lhi remedy fails For the information of all mrtie il W G Whitb sallies formerly pastor of the Methodist airing to take a trip through iVorllurn Prescription Druggist church of this place will wed Miss iMinne ota Dakota or Montana for mar2Stf the jiurjxise of looking over the country Caselllne of Eminence on the 20th 2d St near Gainett House if October Georgetown Times or with the idea of selecting a new Rutins Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ The following wedding invitations tism or money refunded Price 75c at Inline within the boundaries of the grandest u heat belt in the world and have been Issued Whites Drug Store Second street an agricultural country suitable for Miss Walker 5- near Garnett Houe iliverilled farming dairy and Mock Rt quests the pleasure of your company purposes the St Paul Minneapolis at the marriage of her eister CVfO complahft Manitoba Ry will put in ellect a rate Coral ie thousands suffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ for the round trip from St Paul to sumption Coughs etc Did you ever try to Ackers English Remedy It is the best points on its line cheaper than ever be- Â¬ Mr Leonard Colton Hnnna fore Aug 21st Sept 11th and Oct preparation known for all Lung Troubles Weihiexlay eveninsr October seven- Â¬ Bold on a positive guarantoo at 10c 60c 9ih aud 23d tickets will be sold from Sold by W G White Prescription all points south and east of St Paul teenth at eizht oclock Druggist Richmond Kentucky For maps and information apply to your home ticket agent to any agent Music DIED- of the company or Mrs S F Lail an experienced F I Whitney At his borne in this place on Wed Â¬ teacher desires pupils iu Piano Study Geul Pk 8 and Tkt Agt The latest method taught Terms nesday October 3rd 18S3 WmPul 11- St Pul MIt11 moderate Music room at D R Fur lins aged 73 years 1 7- 188S maus after September Wanted Ilelj 3Ien anil Women Died Oct 2d 1883 Robert Millon Wanted one good man or lady in son of J L and Mollie Searcy of 5v Blood Elixir ia the only Waco Ky aged 3 mouths and eight IVLlSrVX o mood Remedy guaran Â¬ each county quick lo represent our positive core for Ulcers Erup Â¬ hou e ami introduce our three great teed It ia a days tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It parities the new books and Bibles Kb cash or On Sunday morning at the Madison wholo system and banishes all Rheumatic experience necessary 30 days time Female Institute the infant child of and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it allowed agents to deliver books New Prof and Mrs B U Ilagerman The W G White Prescription Druggist Plans and new books on salary or remains were sent by express to West W H Kelley will build you a good commission or we will close a yearly Virginia Prof Haerraan and wife house cheaper than any man in town contract with good pushers and guar Â¬ are both sick in bed rarge descriptive Illus Â¬ antee salary mar7 tf trated circulars and best terms free On Friday morning Oct 5th 18SS of meningitet Charles Edward Smith Act Quick and address Short Time Only Dan Linahan runrisiiiNG Co Jr Infant son of C E and Lizzie All persons indebted to J J Brooks Smith The funeral exercises were prior to 1888 will please come and settle 4th and Washington Ay 16 20 held at the family residence on Satur- Â¬ by note or cash at once All claims not St Louis Mo mm day morning and he burial in he settled promptly will be placed iu the I have secured the services of an ex Richmond cemetery 10- hands of a collector peiienced trimmer who has arrived and witli a large stock of new and Among recent death from the yel- Â¬ would enjoy yonr dinner seasonable goods I shall try to satisfy low fever was that ot Rev D I Sulli- Â¬ V C and are prevented by Dys 3 van a Catholic priest at Tampa Fla pepsia uso Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets those who may favor me with a call They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In-Â¬ both in style aud quality who had met danger in many forms I buy noth Â¬ ing but tlie best goods Sly many braving death upon an hundred b ti- Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation Wo guarantee them 5 and CO cents friends and customers always welcome tle fields to die at last a loathsome Sold by W G White Prescription whether they by or not death He had been a chaplain if the Druggist 16- nrmy Mrs J FStone British campaigning with Chinese Gordon at Khartoum and la- Â¬ Ten Cents Ice ter serving in lie Zulu war He wore Will get a first class shave at the Gar Â¬ I am prepared to deliver ice to any a told medal presented to him by Queen nett House Barber Shop Clean tow- Â¬ part of the city regularly or on short Victoria for bravery ou the field els nud sharp razors are plentiful notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ None but first class workinmen are ing families offices business houses shops A remarkable double headed child Give us a trial Entire and other places Orders left a Dykess was recently born to a French fam Â¬ employed 16- ily named Reoulbault in Manches- Â¬ satisfaction is guaranteed grocery on Second streeet will receive ter Me The heads are both perfect prompt attention and are joined to the body by CVVWV ot tu0 good things of this apru tf J E Dykes jifo we sorrowfully let two short well shaped necks It uses alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers its moutbs and eyes apparently at will Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia fV o cs ba Bm fretful peevish Indigestion and Constipation sold on a AJVAVJ VVa cro3S or trouiied with in eating crying winking and even Windy Colic Teething Pains or in bleeping The parents were much positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents by Stomach Disorders can be relieved W G White Prescription Druggist horrified at the appearance of their at onco by using Ackers Baby Soother bjbyand went to Montreal to avoid the If jou want a nice buggy phteton It contains so Opiara or Morphine hence ia safe Price 25 cents Bold by notice of their neighbors The child is rookaway carriage or W J White Prescription Druggist barouche likely to live coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t Journal BZ lXjKT liiJbJi3 MATRIMONIAL SggS W - FOLDING BED FACTORY in IGK FOLDIKG BED tlie World J HARVEY for Assessor of MhIimii county suljtct to the action of the Democratic jwrty 12- We are authorized to announce lllllilfilSI IbKSSK OKfVS9SSa ffJ 3 in long Simplest lest Dirabia Best SWV We are authorized to announce JOEL h a candidute for Asses sor of MailiMin county iubjeut to the action ot the democratic prly We are ntilIiori7 il to announce A J WILLOUGHBYasa candidate for Assessor of Miuli oii county subject to the action ot the Democratic par-Â¬ 3- ty T EMBRY Twenty Different Styles r b C Â¬ miMt curelesn bmi Kade ia All Eads at Wood ph tKMler t nut Afimlpr CJKlXaawBlaH BKmH L iaiaaaaaaaaaaaaarv 0 tJ stagy Jfgr mvmi It is se awarately blaneed a tae child oaaaaaiteit Sawn raat aad fwi for mass jast the thian far a aanll bed room Si iiwiinaa inn aa ratm Edilor Gimax Several weeks since I noticed iu your pnper a call on me to become a candidate fur Assessor of Madi nii county Signed Many Voters of Million Having considered the sub- Â¬ ject I have determined o become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their kind and I must say flattering expressions as to my qualifications I therefore announce myself as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Very truly 13- C R TUDOR- FOR JAILER g If irv5rGSL Far Qitire Detlu Co CLOSED With all Ot btJdmg M lar asrit Is tho BEST Buy no otrwr per tasil it wrke far CaUiogH ti 4 Fort Wayne Furniture 15 27 Fwt way w Sole Manufacturers TOPHYSICIAIS E S Residence and Grounds Bohemian McCAra Musical Ware Vio lins Guitars 0 MA J OLICA iSmokers Fancy China Articles Glassware Brass and Bronae ACCORDEONS authorized to announce JOHN F WAGEIW a candidate for Jailer of MadNou county subjct to the 3- action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madion county subject to the 3- action of tlie Democratic party We are authorized to announce SAMUEL IUGGERSIAPF a candi Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ ject to the action of tne Democratic We are well Improved for Sale Orgaaettes Mouth Goods Harmonica Fancy Willow ware Desiring to remove South I oiler tor MUSICAL IttXBS Dreggtate Stationsale privately my liouse and grounds Viotm and Guitar ers and Grocers at Union City Madison eouitty Ky Sundries Strings The house ia a frame weatlHsrboard ed plastered and papered with larga Piiivey Leather tiood I VBVv UL Hrrt VvlsraMSs windows weighted shIi iiide Wimls T avrllnc Snteaolis WALKING CAKES stained gla3 in hall The Iwxhe con Â¬ Â¬ party 3- - -- j We are authorized to announce THOMAS S FERRELL as n candi Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic 4- parly We arp authorized to announce JOHN HILL us a candidate fur Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ 4- tion of the Democratic party Â¬ tains six rooms with latticed veranda Brick chimneys and good kitchen with grate A well or son water 20 Anotlier everlast Â¬ feel deep at door ing well in the yard and pond in lot that never goes dry BusKy house giod stables and other buildings Fine youug orchard and excellent garden Tlie Grounds Conlain 6AGrs PHOTO In and Out Door AUTO ALBUMS Gaancs Croquets Photo Fraiae6Scrap Lawn Tennis Ha Books and Pientte Supplies Birthday New Year awdChristrnasCarjs Indian Chans Rotter and Ice Skates Ro Â¬ HTJCAI GOODS bert RnVs LadJes Gents Childrens sutd Mttquerade Trim Invalids FOR COUNT SUPERINTENDENT HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools subject lo the action of the Democratic party 8- We are authorized to announce J B - BMW ilFISE pur- Â¬ Vi tt Guard against burglars and fire by chasing a burglar proof and fire proot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Every merchant every farmer every business man every professional man ought to have a safe Account books acmoney checks receipts counts notes jewelry and other valuables can be kept lrom all harmtit small expense Save Money THE CARY SAFE CO School Books at Whites Drug Store By paying cash for your Millinery at We ofler Oue Hundred Dollars re- Â¬ 22 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y 13 First Street Green Front tf ward for any case of Catarrh that can 2nd St near Garnett House 15- Mns J F Stone jSOne of the Carey safes can be not bo cured by taking Halls Catarrh Half Fare Excursions seen at The Climax office 51 25 Cure Adrlce to Mother Ou September 26th SisurihottldalvsTS F J CHENEY CO Proprs Tole- Â¬ 8th and 23rd hellthand L October tieMrs Wrasixw8 Soormxo catting tetth It rc used when children are C I St C Ry lisve the little muTereret once itprctaceenittaral do O HiiIIh Catarrh Cure Is taken in- Â¬ Kankakee Line will sell lloketn to quiet deep and the little cherub airokeau tnght ternally noting directly upon the blood various points iu Jowa as a button It U Terr pleasant to taste It Nebraska soothes the ehilatoftenstfaegiimaallayill pain nud mucus surfaces of the system rfgaate the bowels and ia the best known remedy Wyoming Arkausas New Mexico for durrhcea whether arising from teething or Price 75 cts per bottle Sold by J J Indian Territory Dakota Colorado other castes Twcntr Hre cents a bottle Largest and most complete stock in Brooks-10 20 Montana aud Terns at one fare for the 65 Best Central Kentucky Our motto Ladles all Invited to the opening nitind trip Tickets will be good re- Â¬ Hums Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices P CARROLL turning within thirty days from date tism or money refunded Oct 12th and ldth Price76t at 77 and 79 W Main St ot sale Slop over will be allowed It Mbs J F Stone Lbxixgton Ky Whites Drug Store becoud t trpet - jan 1 1 iy within the final limit of tickets at any near Garnett House 5- Dr Golestcic Optician polo In the territory to which reduced Dr G Goldstein the well known rates are made Donelson uses the best materia that optician will be in Richmond next Call on or address nearest ticket the market aflords and the best work- Â¬ Four good rooms on First street up Saturday at the St Nicholas Htel ngent C I St L C Ry or men He puts up none but the best stairs suitable for offlseq or bed rooms llyotir eyes are affect Â¬ Willi House Avork Boggles carriages etc made John Eoan G W Wtiws Apply to ed he will bglari to see you 12 10 GP It T A Cincinnati O to order Call on him Tipr4 tf tf Â¬ SEEDS FOR EESfT GRASS AND FIELD Feather Duster Jewelry FansJapa witli good past and rail fence all round neseand Chinese rchsMrcnsCarriageb aud a beautiful grove of loeust trees an Boys Express Wag- Novelties an acre in extent jom Velocipedes The grounds front three hundred Imported and feet on the principle street of the vil Â¬ BKJYCLE lage and my oft lie is iu a neat and DOMESTIC TOYS TRICYCLES convenient drug store immediately on Confectioners Arti Hie street Doll Perambulators I deMre to sell my stock of drugs cles Sea Shells Girts Propellers along with the property There U Brackets Fishing Tackle room for a stock of ftotey groceries Oag eeJ should the purchaser wish to add sueli goods to the btock Fancy Hardware flags Fin WMls Union City is a nice orderly village Pocket Cutlery Chinese Lea terns on the Richmond and Jacksons Ferrr turnpike seven miles from Rleiimoud and six from Kentucky River and lies oftle express two general stwes facilities two Waeksmlili shop with H 17 wood bhop one saddlera sttnp a soIhmiI hotne wiili Masonie Lmige brick church occupied by twoileooniinalloue Severn roads centre at Union City rS27Sv CrOC tMMfflTHnnHH m kv mo 1J j ly I have practiced tnedietoe at Union F tjGfSfin iD1 tfctha M INt3 9 I S worM trrttistt1 BtAaSa City for twenty years ami know it to Isnew sioU Burnt las Cue be one or the best eouolry loeatkma iu f KUcujkI taJ BMA alActmC Kptitueky rfc Mhi Of A reasonable price ami easy terms sua nln C PEMOl KsOsJHt ci MrewTata tr are oilered 1 sUiv Hsmvtsfu ptMMbtaT I refer bv permission to Dr Jen Â¬ US Jl to il D llfclJl MUlMr oC atl nings and Ioynlz and Cashier J E tWrifi ft ctftaeahvl rryrtvJcfisi l if S nPL9 s lr UOL I iji Â¬ Greenleuf 1st National Bank RichTfcthw S vteft vand r eoaa aJtv Mi tMftM UhsM tsh f tenf -- OHn Vl JsOWO Q W mond iv hum juurr w pimyeTtff IB vsuiM u ruA o r mtmdnx Um waur n Cull on or address me at Uinon City latlLDVukBahdVUsari MOBiV- tm tint VtBft of trtdw natByh te fus tt tfrmvwrmmjim lons1 t alwi j rnJt Vr wfwtbortwwr Rtwpfellully My h K fca m tx -tnaU rna um 8- ti Mltrr t fj- W HARRIS DR JOH T ww- - ttimX uJ mtmmoAtcr r 1 WjBb tTBiai du Ci f M otcsht -Wrtw Wer I in 5kfararilM4 wr ftthvK- - I II NhuWTMr trmtMA u - v wsfin y oAlfrt Mr far m stsurW4s aii ft oanl Jth wmI W ge2azeS Eird pt E E McCAITJSr 5 mm I r 9SlK3 SMn i t f8g Y - rfc ft -- MsO a - bm I MXsa m TO CONTRACTORS uti ttnvof tat aJtti nsM m lb L the utsm MU aad ur terrLftt fftpti asart aft f ClMTL As The Richmond Water Works Com pnny are ready t recie Wda on a U22 system of Water works t be coiiHtruci ed at Richmond Ky Bids ojieoed nelson will mske yuu as kix1 a October 13ili For plum and peolftca tioiiK nddresa F H ADAIR unjgy or earrhute m eaa be bought 1 M7 spr-t-t- f Screlary any where iu America -fca I M 1 jr tv vtLlia wrHrn mm MJ rvrt tmmor I W Taswstfl ttyvm tC tatwHr r Tshiri usdposs fttrttf yaa4t una cea FREE cms U BAnr J SPEED SMITH CBAS S POWELL HAIR DRESSING NOTES- - FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL Whon OF FUN CEHTRAL SMITH POWELL ICROOKE Fire Insurance Ve represent ten of the strong- Â¬ est FlBE ISSURAKCB COMPANIES in the world We represent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world the Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior days after a fire to getyour money All Companies charge the same line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be rate then had in New York BEMETT I URMSTOH DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges Why notlnsureinthe Best Insure your ltouse and contents and sleep soundly it will he too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Globe Assets De Boges Cashmeres c c Commercial Union Guardian Home Lancashire Qveen Hartfeni German Fireman Fand auenal Total 97673 4476165 Lace Elounces of all kinds Hair ana Jforo Elaborate Coiffures 1TU1 Now Helen Supreme That a womans hair is hor chief or Â¬ nament goes without Baying and wo think it may bo truthfully added that every woman whom nature has blessed with a fine head of hair knows it and is justly proud of her possossion Fur- Â¬ thermore she exemplifies the fact by invariably informing her female friends that it is all her own in dressing it to the best advantage that the prevail Â¬ ing fashion will admit Unfortunately of late years tho fash- Â¬ ions have boon so simplified that how- Â¬ ever abundant and beautiful the hair its owner could not without rendering herself conspicuous display it in a manner consistent with its beauty or her own good taste a deficiency which it is to be hoped the now regime in hair dressing will speedily remedy Tho heavy plaits puffs and flowing curls in vogue several decades back embraced several varieties which gave ample scope to feminine taste and ladies were thus enabled to arrange their hair in accordance with the shape of their heads and tho cast of their features But these styles gradu Â¬ ally decreased each succeeding year bringing in simpler ideas until nothing remained beyond the plain black knot or as some wretch has unfeelingly dubbed it tho doorknob twist and a shingled bang shading tho fore Â¬ on Â¬ Â¬ 20633324 061183 Merchant Tailorin ADRUFF With an artistic cutter aided bT on elaborate stock of apriSm tates tho fantastic and strange relentlessly overruling good taste has ruled 5236694 out hair and decreed that long 2lS7i7i We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Ouffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and hairshortcoiffure more elaborate and a 21S1QIC better suited to tho beautiful costumes 2ee657 Tarasols all that can be desired of the day shall be worn and It Is to bo hoped tho abbreviated and lnartlstlo 119121514 styles of tho past fow years will fall into the utter oblivion they deserve The new coiffure which now comes in with all tho freshness of a pleasing variety Is as slmplo of arrangement 789585 695005 Â¬ White Goods in great quantity head Happily fashion which so often dic Â¬ thoroughly trained in the best New York school ot art and design in gents garments experienced in the best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business Frentt IUEBJEVELEB English aui Ameriean Suitings TROUSERINGS and VESTZIffS We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country DEALER IS Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us Wa4e Cleeks Jewelry Silver aud Plated ware el a Special attention giveu to GENTS Cuffs FUHMSHING Collars GOODS laundricd and SETTING DIAMONDS Neck Wear Handkerchiefs Shirts AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc RSPAIRIKTG Promptly tfcme awl 1b a workmanlike manner WALL PAPERS in great quantity and variety elegant embossed gilt from as it is graceful and becoming and it is needless to add has been universal- Â¬ ly accepted To ladies wishing to dross their hair In this style the subjoined directions will bo found useful 1st Twist all tho hair at tho top of tho head almost closo to tho forehead place a good sized front piece dressed in loose fluffy rings pointed at the forehead over tho twist so as to raise it high toward tho crown 2d The back coiffure is dressed with tho three strands viz Take one of tho strands mako a plain knot and place in conter so that the curly cnd3 just reach tho neck tho two other strands are twisted loosely In tho shape of a rope twist and placed around tho knot in center just above tho curls near the neck shape them so as to give a long and narrow effect to tho coiffure tho ends which aro curled are divided in looso rings and mingled with the curls of the front piece The same coiffure can bo dono with an ordinary switch of three strands and tho llttlo curls above tho neck and on tho top crown can bo done with pin curls ornamented with tho new and beautiful little sholl combs devised expressly for this coiffure or with any of tho numerous fancies in pins of amber jet sholl or tho moro brilliant and jeweled ornaments adapt- Â¬ ed to evening drees N T Mail and Express THE Steadily the cheapest to the mos INSATIABLE WAVES Cask to tlte jari 4 1 f Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont forget tlie place next door ee Ittebmond Ky PATENTS Patents Caveats ami Trade Marks procuted I ejected Abdications Re- Â¬ vived himI Prosecuted AH business I the U S- - Patent Office pntmiH 1V Httfiuted to for moderate feef ami 11a charge matte unless Patent is secured Send lor Inventors Guiile FRANKLIN H HOUGH Washington D C uiay fttf to travel fur Rellabl au Kiain-ln-- u and Active Men Hie Minmr hhim duuuR iiioutliK Tlioe wliocn riirniHli aliorseHiwl preferred rue Moritypay expenses Money advanced KKMitlily to groat Ihmuhjmi Stale fertile right men save A ge chance expei Mrucr mill u time better Hwi naiuo aud addreM of references No atten Â¬ tion paid to pottal cards Never raliMl about f udlug stamp for reply AclUrtfeS BUSI- Â¬ e4 9 NESS Hox 11 KIchuMMMl Va WANTED PE R S300 in Cril LEADS THE WORLD for C n- 1 ciuaaii loll trial Kilia after sjI txiiert test Superiority atCie 99sai Etrriires s3E The Uoa Peerless Traction and Portable Bowesdic ai Creamery Lnpises Steam Gang Plows ttelscr Thresher and Ciecaer Tatent Variable Frte reed Fat Dogs ones aaa baw Uuide mark TCrssscso Tuxnzs ec ri Ve v aat afmU and turtle oorresyondonea 6m apr and cheapest Saw HflJ en the SeuJ fur cetalog je to the CEISER MANUFACTURING CO t t improved MACKINAC Palace Steamers Summer Tours Low JfcerTrtpt per Week Between Rates DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND DETROIT AND apeetelSaaO St Cbur Ctkliad Bow City Keerr Weeic Bey Betmea Trips dsrfsc July and Ansaet iiit 1 CLEVELAND OOR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Hfmrawimummtaa Tlekete mil be lemuhed ay yonr nakst Aetna or uUnu E WKJTCOMB Gt Pa Aeetr a aprr OtTneiT 6ai MICH SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY lite Largest in tlte city ad Pineal Hotel Gnawing Their Waj- - Into onc Islands Southern Coast The shoros of the southern Long m nnmiTimm n Island coast are constantly changing l V II hi h Nowhere is this moro manifest than at w uiwiiuiuu j immiiJi Coney Island Henry Freyenhagen Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky one of the oldest residents on the Island apllS tf says that within bis memory fully a mile of the south and west shores of the island have been eaten up by tho inroads of tho sea The visitor to the low sandy beach of Coney Island at tho present day can form but little idea of tho appearance of Coney Island of 1750 or 1800 Said Mr Freyenhagen In no place along tho south shore havo such extra-Â¬ ordinary changes been made by tho ocean as here When I was a boy my uncle Court Lake told mo that In his younger days he cut a lot of red cedar posts six inches in diameter at the butt on a part of Coney Island -which is now two milos at sea under the Atlantic ocean Ho said that tho Island had been cut away moro than a half in his time Any of the old set Â¬ I tlors here will tell you and the State surveys will bear them out that the Coney Island beach In tho last century was composed of high and extensive sand hills where now all Is flat beach or else under water I have cut grass on a part of tho Island just west of the Pall--and--Win- terpoint from which tho Brighton Beach Hotel was recently moved That meadow is a half mile from tho shore CONSISTING OF under water now and Is also tho slto of a little wood off West Brighton and whore my father used to cut fuel BeÂ¬ tween that wood and tho shoro used from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to stand a dwelling house known to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods as tho Old Suydam Place which to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but was washed away shortly boforo I was good honest goods at honest prices We handle the born My father could recollect when thoro was a long reef of rocks in plain best makes of custom goods and want a share of sight off shoro toward Kockaway Tho your patronage if prices are a condition reef disappeared years ago Respectfully The Island Is being blown away as well You may laugh at this notion but it is true nevertheless Thcro Is more sand on Coney Island now than rach2l iy there used to bo Tho sea has not been pounding and grinding tho pebbles all those years for nothing It makes sand as fine and light as dust Tho easterly gales blow this sand Inland moving it along in llttlo hillocks one particle rolling over another as It does so Hills are out down and built up by the operation Tho blizzard last winter did much work of this kind Ponds inland aro filled up and converted Into meadows Look at tho little creek which barely separates Coney Island from the Long Island MAIN shore It used to be a big arm of tho sea Now it is nearly filled up by these driving sand storms which block the channels causing tho sluggish currents to mako additional deposits Is the place to go if you want anything in and so create land MThe sea tides too are cutting tho Diamonds Watches coast away terribly Take for in- Â¬ stance Hog Island Inlet Many go Clocks Jewelry Fine down there just to see the tide rush I Tho inlet is working westward all the Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas time and will ultimately carve Rock away to pieces The surf Is responsi- Â¬ I Gold Headed Canes ble for this It piles sand and debris into tho channel of the inlet Pine Razors on tho eastern border of it This deposit tends to Fine Pocket Knives the tide which cuts away andobstruct washes into the east end of Rockaway Beach Domestic Sewing Macliiiics to mako room for itself This cutting goes on just as rapidly as the ormation from the surf Is heaved upon the other AND ALL KINDS OF side of tho inlet The inlet is thus kept open It has traveled to tho SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES westward more than two miles since I was born in 1825 Consequently Rockaway Beach Is being oaten up and Conoy Island is crawling toward Now York you sec YOUR The outer shore of tho latter Is disap Â¬ To The Public 9lT EOOTS SHOES AND HATS w LUCE RICES Have just gotten n an immense stock of Goods ALL GRADES FRIGES WALLACE BICE D P ARMER THE STREET JEWELER v w i BRifiC Rates25o to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel octasiy m and SILVER and get new goods for itor the Old Gold GAS pearing under the water and its inner one is on tho movo boforo the wind In fifty years hence I predict that tho island will havo been swallowed up in tho maw of tho ocean With both that and Rockaway gone whore will the peoplo go then for sport I won Â¬ Gttmmerdal Advcrtiitr der Jf r grow up said a little Some farmers aro all brains and shant I feol phllosophor elbow grease and neither others all Judy itrango for a day or two succeed Seo here Customer to Barber Tho California Fruit Grower says off grasshoppers can be destroyed by a my friend you are Bhaving slices my face Barber Yes sir but tho mixture of arsenic and bran which they will cat readily and die In their slices are very thin How did you manago to capture tracks such a handsome wife Mr Tucker Tho remedy for a hide bound horse Is a simple tonic nutritious food when you aro such a homely man Oh my good clothes did it I just put and tho uso of the curry comb and hido on my best bib and tuck her brush freely By this means tho Do you draw at aU Mr Fangs will soon become supplo and the coat My patrons say I draw very ley sleek and glossy No So youre an artist The feeding of sulphur to animals well You misunderstand mo Im a dentÂ¬ and poultry may be excolent at times but It should nover bo given In damp ist Lincoln Journal Bridget has Johnnie come home weathor If given In excess It causes Have Yls sorr leg weakness In poultry and also In Â¬ from school yet Then No sorr you seen him jures larger stock Cause The good quality of tho milk how do you know hes home cream and butter tho healthy condi- Â¬ the cats hldln under the stove sorr Time tion of the cows and their eager de- Â¬ asked Pa whats an anomaly sire to eat onsllago in preference to any other forage is a standing recom- Â¬ Bobby looking up from his book That tho American eagle is bald mendation for its use Hoards Dairy- Â¬ man headed yet there are no flies on him It Is said that wooden posts treat- Â¬ replied pa viciously slapping his shin Â¬ ed as follows at a cost of two cents ing pate Binghamlon Republican apiece will last so long that tho party How is your wife Gentleman She adopting the method will not llvo to Undo Rastus Uncle Rastus seo his posts decay Take boiled lin- Â¬ am er gettln better sah Tm glad seed oil and stir in pulverized char- Â¬ to hear it Thon she is on the road to coal to tho consistency of paint and recovory No sah deold ooman Texas Silings put a coat over tho timber kalnt walk yit It takos nerve says tho Farmer to Madam to French Cook applying pull out tho stalks from a crowded hill for a place Your accent Marie Is of corn but doing It secures a better not strictly Parisian French Cook growth larger ears and moro bushels No mum mo husband hiven rist his of good shelled corn It takos nervo 80wl was Dublin born ond it is his to pluck one half of tho young fruit accint that I have absarbed a trolfle from a bearing tree but in tho ond it N Y Sun often socures more perfect fruit and Ho with a bunch of flowers In bis moro of it Ah my dear Miss Screand hand Cultivate your young fruit trees yellow what kind of posies will you and small fruits tho same as you would choose She in a perfect twitter any other crop on the farm from which Oh te ho te ho I Oh Mr Smith you expect to realize a profitable crop Mr Smith will chooso pro posies Clean thorough cultivation is just as sinks into the earth Washington important with fruit as with any othor Critic crop grown on tho farm and if It bo Dr Calomel Tm afraid our worth setting them out It Is surely Corn Juico Nervo Food is about done worth giving thorn proper attention for Fifty thousand bottles on hand Whilo tho collie dog is a very use- Â¬ and wo cant bribe peoplo to tako It ful animal when taught to drive sheep Dr Sugarplll Chango tho labels and cattle yet ho should nover bo al- Â¬ on all of em to read Brlckdust Nervo lowed to chase them or frighten them Tonic and send a strong card to tho in any mannor Cows naturally havo press denouncing tho Corn Juico Nerve an avorsion to dogs of all kinds and Food as a villainous compound of when they experience fear tho effect Is whisky opium arsenic and Rough on such as to injure their milk Cows Rats Thatll fetch em Puck should be brought from the pasture Solomon Moses why did Judgo leisurely and in no mannor worried or you kill Israel Solomons your bosom excited Farm horses should be worked frlond in the monagerio at Contral He in Solomon Mosos A Tiorso that is kept at reg- Â¬ Park steadily Judgo ular service and not overworked will soolted mo krossly Chudgc Solomon Moses In what way last much longer than one that Is given Vo vas peforo do hedgehogs cage periods of rest A good horse should not bo fat but should bo In good con- Â¬ unt I said I voz hungry Israel said Solomon Is it for pork you pine dition If fed on nutritious food there Acquitted Den I kilt him Judge need bo no fear of tho horse losing Town Topics flesh if kept at work Tho muscles will become hard and tho animal will JUMPING SAM PATCH bo better enabled to stand service Old horsos should bo given ground Tho Interesting Itemlnlscenses of an Old grain In preference to that which is latcrson Farmer whole A grizzled old farmer named William It is a great advantago in churn- Â¬ P Brown was in Middletown N Y ing cream that for any cause has beÂ¬ tho othor day and fell to giving rom come very sour to add to it an equal inisconses of Paterson as ho remem Â¬ bulk of water In tho churn and re- Â¬ bered tho place sixty years ago I volve tho latter until thoroughly was born on Manhattan Island ho mixed Thon let tho churn stand un- Â¬ said when all tho upper part was moved for an hour or two The water nothing but farm lands and I went to is then drawn out from beneath tho work In a cotton spinning factory in cream moro fresh water at sixty de Â¬ Paterson as sweeper and errand boy grees is then added to the cream which when I was eleven years old Pater- Â¬ Tho water son was a small place then and tho should then bo churned removes the excess of acidity and factory was a small affair too but one leaves the cream nearer pure of the owners was Sam Patch who aft Â¬ erward became famous as a high jump- Â¬ THE CLOVER MIDGE er I saw him make his first big jump A IJttlo 1est That Hag Been Doing Con- Â¬ at Passaic falls Damage siderable The story of tho jump is this Sam For the information of some corro pondents who havo written to us on Patch and a man named Brannigan they factory tho subject wo tako the following were partners in the Sam wasand Cape failed In business a facts about this insect from Prof a Beals work Grasses of North Amer- Â¬ Cod man by birthup and had been to till he caino ica Ho says This is not only tho sailor from a boy Â¬ most alarming of clover pests but may Paterson Ho was a daring and reckless fellow and could swim like a duck be regarded as one of tho insects now Infesting the val Â¬ It is said that while he was a sailor he uable crops of tho United States It often exhibited his skill and daring by not only does very serious damage but jumping from the high masts of ships into the sea After tho failure Sam is spreading with great rapidity Paterson with Prof Lintner first discovered it in Patch hung around got nothing to pretty hard until ho a limited area in Eastorn Now York up Then do suppose I the thought oc Now 1885 it is known to exist in Virginia Pennsylvania New Jersey curred to him that he could mako a Ontario Michigan and all through raise by jumping off the rooks at New York The fact that the Insect Passaic falls So notice was given may remain in the seed and thus bo that at a cortain day and hour Sam carried with It any distance adds to Patch would jump off tho cliflÂ¬ disat tho falls the dangers threatened by this com- Â¬ tance of Into the river below a about eighty feet for a purse paratively new pest The eggs aro of fifty dollars made up by some of the oval pale yellow and only 01 Inch sports of tho town Few people beÂ¬ long The larva or maggot varies lieved that ho would make tho cjump from white to dark orange or orange there red It is when full grown 1 12 inch but It all was a big crowd on hand to seo the same long Sam came to tho falls stripped to The pupa Is orange with brown eyes It Is found In a tough silken cocoon his undershirt and drawers He showed with more or loss earth sticking to It no fear or nervousness but his face Tho files rosemblo closoly the wheat was flushed as I thought by drink midge Tho abdomon is red thorax He took a couple of small stones in his hands and went to the brink of the brownish red Tho antennas aro n-jointed In the male and sixteen cliff and dropped them off ono after in tho female The wings are hairy tho other and watched where they the palpi and ovipositor each four struck tho water down below Then jointed The size varies a little The he walked back a few yards and turned dark scales obscure tho red color so Jand took a llttlo run to tho brink of that the flies appear dark Under- Â¬ tho cliff and jumped off clearing tho neath tho color Is yellowish gray As rocks about ten feet Ho went down with tho wheat midgo and Hessian fly feet first but with his body Inclining tho ovipositor and clasping organs aro considerably to ono side and in this shape ho struck tho water and disap- Â¬ vory promlnont Tho eggs aro pushed by means of tho ovipositor down into peared A few seconds later his head tho heads of red or white clover and bobbed up at a point down stream and lodged between tho hairs that surround he began paddling for tho shore Then tho separate florets They are not the crowd gavo him a big cheer Sams jump at tho Passaic falls glued nor placed in tho florets As with tho Hessian fly the eggs may bo was considered a marvelous feat In laid singly or in groups of two three thoso days and mado him famous tho four or five As many as fifty eggs country over So ho took to jump- Â¬ aro sometimes placed in a single head ing for money from tho masts of ships of clover Tho larva affects each seed and from bridges and other high places as much as does the wheat midge each and wont about tho country giving wheat kernel exhibitions Unfortunately for him After absorbing the life from tho too ho took up another practice that seed tho larva like tho maggot of tho soon cut his career short I didnt wheat midge loaves tho seed and see him mako his last jump at the wriggles till it oscapos from tho clovor Genosseo falls at Rochostcr Novem Â¬ head and falls to tho earth Often tho ber 13 1829 but thoso who did see tho head of tho clovor seems alive as a tragedy tell mo that whon ho ap Â¬ maggot pushes from nearly ovory seed proached the brink to mako tho leap in its effort to reach tho ground The of 125 feet Into tho seething pool bo pupa is found in its cocoon just be low ho was dazed and unsteady from neath or upon tho earth under some drink Ho mado tho jump so bun protecting loaf etc Tho flies havo gllngly that ho struck the water flatwise been seen in New York in May Au- Â¬ instead of feet first the concussion gust and quite likely some flies may crushing in his breast and sending his issue in October Thus there aro dead body to tho bottom like a stone surely two broods in New York and IT 1 Times possibly three There aro certainly three farther south Tho larvai will She Made Her Point bo seen full grown in tho seed at tho North in May in July and again Where is young Mr Smythe in September They possibly pass asked a party of excursionists Of late tho tho winter as pupae I guess he is late as usual said larval have boon found In seed ono young woman in tho market This is an unwel- Â¬ That is a terrible habit of procras- Â¬ come fact and explains tho rapid dis- Â¬ tination that he has fallen Into said n tribution of those insects The only young lady with smoked eye glasses remedy suggested is deep plowing and a green reticule But I suppose when tho larvas arc yet only partly ho will get over it grown It has been suggested that I dont think ho ever will get over abandoning clover for a time might bo it not even when he dies said tho wise That this will suffice is hardly young woman to be oxpoctcd There Is enough wild Thai is nonsense was the rather clover to prevent tho extermination or sharp reply any great diminution of those Insects No It isnt After hos dead he Wo can hope more from parasites will bo tholatoMr Smythe wont he If seed Is found stocked with the Merchant Traveler larvse it should bo put into a close vessol ns a jug or barrel and bi Â¬ No more dunning by postal card sulphide of carbon added This will Â¬ all the larva po3t haste Even an Under recent instructions from Post kill master General Dickinson Any open barrel water tight may be used by placing a buffalo robe or othor air Â¬ thing In the nature of an offensive or tight cowr over it Tho fact that this threatening dun apparent upon an insect is as far west as Michigan and envelope outsido cover or postal card possibly as fat as Illinois makes it a or conveying tho suggestion that such matter of general interest la tho dun is inclosed must bo excluded as non mailable future clovor seed will bo valuable I OHIYERSmi THENBXTS8BBIOK WILL fipX Minsk J Sunt I x 1 iMJ GORMLBY CO The Preparatory Dbpaktmev under the supervision of the factTf and no pains will be spared to uJji5 ml htu Madison County School EJm3 El J35 KCjK3KTE MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY jann iy all thflt rwn ha iloalrul prepare boys for College and at iiuoiiiicouraiOTKii urnciical eu a tlon to those who can rwt take the w ular course Kpeeial attention giveu to Writing Composition B Keeping ami Civil Engineering wu n Attentmn M la rnllAri fn it communiealion v jiiimiacu biuacu ui me cr munity Mr Burnaui states clea rnj the tnetlKHla pursued and the characte- nf work ilnni in thta ilatuhnnn 5 University Richmond Ky June iSthnJS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Centra Univen My Dear Doctor La t started mv oideat son tthrn in u year with some mikgivtngg as t r oom ot roe step 10 me Ireptratory Dc- ment of your college and dur second year which has just clusej special and critical attention has be r stantly directed to the conduct of a- partment and I wish to bear vo testimony that he has recen e J c- patient and thorough ins ructiors - those in charge and has made gra1 progress not alone in the studies p but also in mental training and ca ilw for application The svtem nurfuwwt in tiw is one that trains the pupil to think r a z jogtciiiy ana remember Ubsc r has impressed me with the co that few persons or even tirofec structors have the aptituJe to these educational cbaracteritics minds of young boys You Iua fortunate in Mmriiw uiAtrirtnr f department who are gifted in th ana 1 earnestly nope tnat the r mav be secured tM emanntlv trt t i boys of this community and that grade of proficiency that now o - 2 u ucparuneni may continue 1 am very trulr vours f-r-r mm one or our rf KENTUCKY CENTRAL E R -- BLUES GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest East Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 18SS SOUTH BOUND No 2 Ex Sun No 4 Daily ElSun No 6 NORTH BOUND No 3 No 1 NoS Catalogue apply to L H 15b AN TON 5 OlIANtlllrTHXEE X0RK IS For further infiirmntini AR Bl RN V 1 - Ive Ive Ive Lve Arr Paris Arr LextiiKton Arr Arr Arr Arr Winchester Richmond Ijincasler Stanford Richmond Covlneton Falmouth Cyntulnna larls Arr Berea Arr LiviiiKston Ive 825 pm 300 pra IV8 Ilvlngston- - 800 ami Herea- 938 pro 338 pm 1035 aro 1024 pm 430 pm Arr Richmond 1145 a xi40 aro 1050 pm 510 pm Ive Mnfori 730 am S35 pm 6 10 pm Lve Lancaster iay pro 810 aro 545 Pra u50 aro i55 Pm y70 pra Arr Richmond- - isoo am 650 1335 Pm 1135 pm 605 Lve IticlunoiHl 130 p 650 300 pm 710 pra Arr Wlncheater 335 pm 8 18 pm Arr Pans sio pro 335 pm 835 pro pra 600 840 Live Lexington 735 30 pm 835 305 pro Lve Paris 340 pm 3 P Ive Cynthtana 46 P 96 545 PB Lve Falmouth 451 P ioco3 ficoo pm 1135 Arr Covington 8y am 1003 a ra 1105 am ny r 4a as a a1 a1 a1 aa KFtVEST 350 pm 430 pm 535 pm SO at as yxta pm TO at MINNESOTA DAKOTA pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve Mayvilie Carlisle Millersburs Arr Paris Lexington Covington No la No 12 Daily Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun 6coo NORTH BOUND No 11 No Daily Dally Ex Sun Ex Sub 735 am TUESDAT I Septenhcr 25th October Sth VIA THE as23i Man- Â¬ St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway FROM AT KATS Johnson a ra 1135 635 739 753 830 915 am am am am am am 105 140 334 358 335 610 00 pra Lve Covington pm Lexington- pra Paris pra Arr Mlllersburg pm Carlisle pm Johnson pra Maysvllle 837 am 931 am 1015 aro 1050 am 8 30 am r 5 P ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS 740 pa Tjd pa 4 35 pR 530 pa 547 P 11 pa No rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday only No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Â¬ rives Covington 630 p m Sunday only No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m arrives Paris 755 p m No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m arrives Falmouth 720 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives Covington 750 a m Daily Except Sunday Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays Â¬ 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- Â¬ this train runs through to Richmond Ky Â¬ others are daily except Sunday Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va and Eastern Cities FAST LINE Noa 3 and ran via Wln chesterSoIld Trains with Pullman Sleeping Carx Detween Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Bazgnge Cheeked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or S F B MORSE E H BACON Gen Passr Agt Trav Paasr Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON F B CARR Agt Ueul Manager Richmond Ky General Offices Covington Ky CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE LESS THAN ONE CENT PER ILC No round trip rate being more t aa u DOLLAI5S TWENTY ire GREAT FALLS HELENA lj BUTTE MONTANA Persons desiring to take a tr p through Northern MinLesota Da i or molilalia for the puriKwe of Iocr rj over the country or with the ulcicf selecting a new home witliui a 3 bonndaries of GRAN Lis the WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD and an agricultural eouutry muiia for diversified farming dairy a stock purposes will do well to use advautage of these rates PALACE SLKKPIXO AND BCFFET t VS 1 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO FKBK COLONIST SLEEPERS New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the For maps ami information api Iy your home 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