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I rnt Shows through -- Wfc -- J1 cfara l 53 II wt- - f iI iRIOHINIOD o iii ni en -- - w - - U f SKA 1 - i I h VOLUME ritOFESSlONMi DR VU jl 3lkliSdK COUNTY SI 06 JL KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBEE 31 1888 FACTS FOR FARMERS ESSAY ON BULLHEADS NUMBER SHACKELFORD HXOEC3VEOJXr33 20 CO I CAJtDS AWILKES SMITH to Drntistrv jaw22f Sense Pkaitjce Limited OFFICE Office hours M 4P J Hin Smith Bunding Main Street to I2e M tjoe to 9o C MORGAN D D S xe OFFHE Main street over Mndi juiif22tf National BaHk iUeiitnntid Ky In the treatment of sligit ailments wonW save a vast amotint of sieknesR ami misery One of Ayors Pills taken after dinner irill assist Digestion taken at night will relieve Constipation taken at any time will correct irregu- Â¬ larities of tlie Stomach Bud Bowels stimulate the lAvea and cure SMc Headache Ayerts Mllu as all know n ho use them are a inlkl caUiartir liksant to take and always promut m1 satisfactory in their results I can recommend Ayers rills rKm e all outers iamg long proved their value as a DR J M rHV KIAX POYNTZ Cathartic T for inysclf and family J LeHtHi ille AND BURGEON Second street next to OFFICE juiie22if Whiles Drug Store G W EVANS M D AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON Hecond streeu OFFICE junt22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE PractricHitix in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE SeemHi mreelover Dykes Ortcery Stre juiit 22t of twimty vean ami rmnpletely veriHed alt aliat is for them rlaiwl Thomas F Adams San IHi go Texas I ha e used Ayers Pills in ray fami- Â¬ ly for se en or eight years Whenever i ha e an attack of JiomUKae to w hkh I am ery suhjeet I take a dose of Avers nil and am always nroirptly reheveil I Jind them equally beuetiiial in colds and iu wy knnly they u s d for hilions conipiMnts and other disturb Â¬ ances with stK M goad effect that we rare Â¬ ly if cer have to call a phxsioian It otillieroe Hotel Voullfeine Saratoga Springs N Y le Ajer8 vau mre W la famHy npwant Ia Hess s In bi Â¬ Ayers Pils RAriF ELD DR JOHN M FOSTER Dr J rRHTABHD ST C Ayer U Co Lowell Mass Sold by all Dealers ta Medietas MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons TJp Stains Ki uleHCe at Willit HiHlse Iiine 22 43 tf DR PHIL ROBERTS OftVra t public Office in lii iirufwtunal services to tlie rett RieJnaHi imp store on Ky low er Main jiily27 ly DR U C AMBROSE FORU KY Oriice lHtwa 2 to 4 oclock In the af-Â¬ fflonTHLY 5rcr 17 20 r uivko dormer Sickness murwa unanoc villi country and liielr are a ured The French gnvernnient extends it formal Invitation to the United States lo take part in the xMiHon The invitation was accepted by a j lnt res Â¬ olution f the Senate and Uui e of Repre entstivo mnl Hie Govenion of the several Slnles and Territories were requested to invite the people to ascist in Ihe proper trpn enlHioii of the pn ducts of American Industry mid of the n iturnl reources of the country lie as also llrectnl to appoint a and an a Mant cnimnis to make all of the ar Â¬ rangements for exhibits uuil n present the government at the exp Htiou He was also directed to appoint lline ien-iltic experts s to the caelKo be assigned to one of the nine groups into which the exhih its Mill be di vidt d PruvMon whi made for the salaries of the couimis--ioner- s and the uice9 ary Hsxiitauts and theMim of 25ti000 was appropri ted to be ued under the direction or the Sirrelary of Slate todefiay all expenses The action of Coure s was nppniveil May 10 mid the President ipiiiiiltd Gem nil Willium B Kmtik liii Commissioner General and Mr Romerville P 1 tick Assistant conintls--ioner-xeneral oner-geiifnd com-iiK-io- n Coinmis--ioiicr-Gener- The Universal Exposition or 1S80 at ParN promises to be one of the lurcest and most successful of the Worlds Fairs held lif recent jearp Elabtrute aitHiigemenis for the reception nnil display or the exliildfs are weI under ay and uiiitsnal facilities Iwiili for the transportation of rihnIi from this The American Kxliibit to be Made at The OUH DUTY AS TO THE TARIFF Paris Wo1ti a Fair Next Year Details of the Project Whieli Has Elections properly deal with political lcen Endorsed by Con- Â¬ questions and cases not with economic gress theories Alistract theories are In their proper place of transcendent Im Â¬ Â¬ cr he ao3eGL orfirr WHO TUB COMMISSIONK1IS cnmmi-i-Imiers AKIi ternoon jane 22 tf T SEXSMITU M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON W WHITE HALL KY t sjiw t3CruIi ADfTCLDULA tORCo ATJJA MTyv CIA rlt n- - his professional services ag i7 ijr to the iTE M ASimraonsIiverMedicincEttd 1S40 in the U Court CErEATS M C J F COKNBUSON Hkatii HEATH C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians 4Juily Iouu Propr J i IIiicilmProprAQSimmons r emulator Esfd by Zeilin 1668 The Original Wins ct Simmons St Lir ciycd Y RICHMOND KENTUCKY otlt r their nruferOHRl servIot H lo the ArrsTiTE Sour Sjtomacii auuia uUic Indigestion Biliousness nui3KK xlEADACHELOfaT Etc t i a jicams i asior ai K Church Adams Tcnn wntes I nave but jot your oenuine M A Sim raoirt Liver Media dc I ha e sometimes had to substitute Zeilins stuff for yoar Medicine but it doat asswer the rmnose- Dr J n Grsres -Editor 7e 1RaMttt Â¬ occn dead ij jra DR jnittlic GILES HARRIS WACO KY jan4tf IfeSk The have established their In ndiitrt in Ihe MilN Build- Â¬ ing in New York and iirelmslly en Â¬ gaged receiving applications and per recling the delails ror a complete rep resenntioii Ihe exposition w ill open May 5 and uhrse Uelolier 31 1S80 and there will lie no charge forsiace occu pied by exhibitors The commiKsiou will forward and return all articles re Â¬ ceived free of freight chaige GihmIs of exhibitors who are unable to go to Paris or seid representatives will be cared for free of ixjenee ex cept that of unpacking noil repacking There will he no duties to pay except on goods that are sold or consumed The French regulations state that all objects exhibited will be protected against piracy of inventions or designs Â¬ Â¬ portance The silly slurs upon them which aro often heard are entirely out of place But abstract theories do not belong lii the political life of the peo- Â¬ ple and In the work of- - elections What happens hi politics Is that the measure which have been adopted pro Â¬ duce results they Issue In conditions Such casei require solution As they are solved one after the other slow modifications lake place in the tlitoties which the people entertain The Republican party dflwn to 01 strenuously denied that il proposed to abolish slavery or lo Interfeie with It where it existed in Ihe Slates It pro Â¬ posed todeal with s case which had arisen In the life of the nation and which oflered a problem that must be solved That case oflered by thesetlle ment of the new land of the West and the problem was How to prevent the extension of slavery into the new territory Such was thcpolitical and such was ils relation to the ab tract right or wrong or slavery It i therefore now entirely amiss to pretend to lay dow n theories of indus- Â¬ trial policy which arc to be pursued by this nation for an indefinite future on the one side or to demand that such a programme shall be ollered on the other What we want to do is to deal with the condition before us now When another condition arises we shall have to deal w illi that A we go on we shall get new light on ihe theories Our experience will open the way before us We shall not subject ourselves lo an bodys theory What it belioi ves us to do now Is todeal hon Â¬ estly and in a straightforward manner with the case before u just as it is If we do that we shall reduce taxation and ue shall reduce It on clothing and tools and not on whiskey and tobacco Then we shall see our way to the next step whatever it is and we can then ry to do what the next step dun There is no other mode of procedure which Is statesmanlike and rational Prof W O Sumner iu Belfoidss Mag Â¬ azine for October que-i-tio- potatoes 85 cents corn at SI 05 per shock at the rale of about 190 per barrel Anderson News A farmer of experience In Ihe matter advises those who nre troubled with weevil iu their granaries to sin a hitle salt over the bottom or the bin or what- Â¬ ever Ihe wheat is put lulu and it would till the weevil in a Tew hours Then the bin may be swept out and is ready for use Bins for storhiL wheat should not be made In a dark place in the barn and the wheat should be extsed to the light and stirred Up a little C Pork mado on clover is not only cheap meat hut very delicious II finished oil with grain Wheat bran boing liht appar-Â¬ ently has but littlo value yet a ton of it contains forty scvon pounds of nitro- Â¬ gen and over sixty pounds of phos- Â¬ phoric acid with a largo proportion of potash If there bo missing hills in the mel on field transplant a tomtto plant to fill Vacant space If a tomato plant die down la tho tomato patch plant a few squash Seeds in tho hill lly bo doing tho hill will ba utilized Tho cabbage burst open because thoy haves attained their growth and tho roots aro still absorbing food from tho soil Tho remedy is to sell thom or If you do not wish to do this lift them partly out of the ground and thus cut off the supply of food and moisturo from tho roots A correspondent of tho Southern Cultivator says that in all his experi- Â¬ ence which Is quite varied with horses mules and cattle ho nvcr knew a wart to withstand a second application of pure hogs lard well rubbed in They genorally began sloughing oil after one troatmont and to all appearance without the slightest palri Tho potato fiold should not bo allowed to grow up in grass after tho crop is off To allow weeds and grass to take possession Is simply allowing tho field to bo seeded with such pests lor noxt season thereby doubling tho amount of work during tho busy period Sow tho potato field to some kind of crop rye being oxcelent for that pur-Â¬ pose Do not nllow young trees to bear fruit the first and second years Tho production of fruit will be at the ex- Â¬ pense of growth Tho peach will often bear tlio second year after plant- Â¬ ing If kopt bock in that respect it will bo In hotter condition for fruiting tho next season Boos will not pay unless there is plonty of bee pasturage To simply procure a hive of bees and expect them to produce honey with nothing for thom to work upon will result in failure Do not rob the boos until tho honey season is over unless the combs are full and caro should bo exercised in so doing as a failure to leave a sup- Â¬ ply of honey for tho ttso of tho lieos in winter may result in tho loss of the en Â¬ tire colony All grass crops make the best hay if cut before tho seed heads form When a plant produces seed it has performed its mission and stored much of its nutritious mattei In the seed To secure tho largest amount of nutri- Â¬ tion in hay tho grass should be cut while the stalks and blades contain tho elements that would otherwise bo directed to tho formation of seed A New York farmer writes to Farm Wo had a valuable bow and Home choked with a potato A neighbor ordered fine cat cheving tobacco put down her throat imJ we inserted a piece about two thirds tho sizo of a hons egg The cow was bloated hard but tho remedy was successful and tho bloat Ml disappeared in fifteen min- Â¬ utes tho cow going to work as natur- Â¬ ally as though nothing had occurred We hod tried a variety of means by which to remove it but without avail Meadow grass must have a good root development to support a strong luxuriant loaf growtbi Without this tho hay Is thin and spindling This root growth must be secured early in the soason bofore dry hot weather or it may not oomo at all With stock entirely removed from meadows the spring rains encoursge a growth of blade and corresponding growth of root If tho blades of grass are kept short tho root growth is checked This points to the advantago of a rye patch to please tho stoct to savo tho hay grown tho previous yoars and to save tho meadows and pastures thatthoy may do thoir bost in tho coming year Description of a Snort That Has FecaUar Charms for Lax 3Ien GENTRY casonally The slicop 13 tho poor mans friend says an exchange and can winter on tho stubblo and straw that tlio fanner can not sell and at tlio worst requires but littlo grain Tho ranchman under favorablo circum- Â¬ stances becomes wealthy with largo flocks can submit lo occaSiodat loso and sti 1 mako handsomo profits Only in time of sovoro drought or un- Â¬ usual severity in winter is his Capital In danger tho operation FI1UIT AS A POOD London Lancet Oilers hia professional services to the I receiTed a package of jour Liver Medicine and have used half of it It workslike a charm I want no bettir I lver i tainly no more of Zeilms sixture mvisioN of txmniTS he exhibition Is to be devided into nine groups or deportments as follows 1 Works of arts 2 Education and processes used therein 3 Plain and decorative house furni- Â¬ ture 4 Ttxtile fabrics 5 The raw and manufactured pro Â¬ ducts of mining fHrcHtry chemistry elc C Apparatus and methods of mechanical industries 7 Food products 8 Agriculture vine culture ami lish cull ure 1 Â¬ DR S M LETCHER 49 40 PHYSICIAN AND SURREON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office oil First Street janly H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Whiles Ding Store Im ihIhI leal and li lies and fluids f Wecial uttenthHi given to Microscoji t xnmiiiHiioits of the human body 22juiietf 9 DR Hemeeptthic C S HOLTON Physician and Surgeon KiLiiMexn Kentucky Office Main Street over D M Brfehts Office hours 830 tS flJoeA M 2So to 4 00 bpccUl attention git en to dkea es of women and ail difficult chrome cases Patients treated at a tKetancc and Homeopathic roediciHts iteot to any ad Â¬ dress mayi6 iy r m DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine Si 51 Surgery RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oder hi pridessional services to the public Office at Powells More 12- - T J MARLIN V Ontario Veterinary Colloge S Oftlce at VETERINARY SURGEON Foxs Stable - RICHMOND - KENTUCKY PARRISH TURNER Attorneys AtXaw RICHMOND KY Hecial attention jjiven to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Ktreels up stairs June 22 If i pro francs Inwards the expenses of the exposition An ndvi- soiy cnuimisbliui consi ling of 30i memberM and styled the Grand Conn cdofthe Worlds Exposition oflSSO y1 ft tOvl5vtLtt w JiVf w T -- 4 has lieeu appoiiitiNl The Minister ol Tho Popular Zilne between Commerce and Manuricitires acts as Cincimiati IndianapoUs president of the council mid also as LAFAYETTE and commissioner general of the exhibition The grand council is divided into twenty two ndvi ory committees who Vu Etlire Tntsi BCI TBEOCCH rTHhwt Citart PnllmanSleeplno Cars and Eleirant Be have charue of the different depart Â¬ clintnc Chair Cars on IJJght Trains magnlflcentrarlor Cars on Say Trains ments and the management of the ex position The lHiildings for the exposition are BITWEEK now nearly completed They occupy Lou is the CliMiiip-de-Miand and the Troeadero 111 tao a L St L A C BstlTrsy Big Four ted Tcndalla Une Palace and nark on the Imnks ijf the Pullman Ttmfet Sleenirx Cars Pullman Redlninir Chair Cars Ken- Firfl Class Coache Second fieine In Ihe pirk at the entrance to Class Cuaches and Baggae Cars all run throueh the exhibition on the Champ de Mars without change between Cincinnati suxl St Louis the wonderful Eillel Tower is now iu Elegant Rocllnlng Chair Cara course of erection It is to lie entirely BETWEEN of iron Ps Ciucimiati aiid HI object ismid 1000 feet in height mod Â¬ TTA THE to show the triumph of CI St K C tnd I B W Short I lne ern engineering skill It will be fur Â¬ Commodious Reclining Chair Cars nished mi elevator of American man BETWEEN ufacture On the right of the tower is Mmpolis FecriUlb and KoM the Palace of Liberal Arts and on the STTHTDOir Via C I St L left the tine Palace of Fine Arts Large C and T P trlt Itds and it Chicago St tools and Peoria elote LinesIm- Â¬ gaidens occupy the centre of the mediate connection arc made with all to srpmre uud at Ihe back is the main anil from tho Aorthwest West and Soathwest building or Ihe gallery of machine as Tsrocgh Tickets ul BiRsgi Clti U ill Frindfil relsti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L it is called The Esplanades of luva U Ity also via thisline at all Coopon Ticket lides is reseived fur the products of the Offices throughout the country French colonies The buildings are JOHN ECANGenirasstndTkLABCst cmcnrNATiQ magnificent structures or glass and iron lighted by electricity and tilted with every modern convenience Horticulture The Fiench government ha pi hiled 430COX0 sttoKerV IaiT CHIOAG St O Cincinnati rs No great time has elapsed since we had occasion to make a few remarks on tlie value or fruit as a form of diet and iTi tefer to a few simple Miles which those who partake of it would do well to oliserve Taken in the morning hull is helpful to digestion as it Is re- Â¬ freshing The newly awakened func tion Hnds in it an object of sucli light labor as will exercise without seriously taxing its energies and the tissues of the stomach scquire at little cost a gdn of nourishment which will sustain those energies iu laer ami more serious operations It is an excellent plan with this objection iu view to add a Utile bread to the fruit eaten While adinillins its possession of these valuable qualities houtver atid while also agreeing with those who maintain that iu rummer when the body is nt al events iu many caes less actively employed than usual meat may be less and fruit or vegetables more freely used us a food we are not prepared to allow that even then an exclusively veeelariin regimen is that most gen e rally advisable Meat provides us with a means of obtaining albuminoid material which is indispensable in its most eBsy assimilable form It affords us in this material not only mi import ant constituent of tissues growth but a potent excitant or the whole process or nutrition It has therefore a real definite and great value in the ordi- Â¬ nary diet of man and tliHUuwhoIesome uess of fruit combined with farln iceous food as alternative dietary is not so much mi argument in favor of the veg- Â¬ etarian principle as a proof that sea Â¬ sonable chauues in rood supply are helpful to the digestive processes and to nutritive changes iu the tissues gen- Â¬ eral ly Â¬ Â¬ AVILL DEAR REPEATING Peoria Â¬ m Each year every local paj er gives fiom 100 to S500p ju free lines for the benefit of the community Iu which il is located The local editor In propor- Â¬ tion to his means does more for his town than any other ten meu and in all fairness man with man he ought lo lie supported not because you hap pen lo like him or admire his writings but because a local paper is the best investment a community can make To day the editors of Iocs I papeis do the most work for the least money of any men on earth subscribe for your local paper not as a charity but a an Exchange investment Â¬ The PrlfLLER Organ JS TajJ TIXUST A1TD of exhibitors from nil countries will It is estimated that reach 30000 BURNAM E Messrs John O and Chas Rogers 12000000 persons will enter the crojofl5 acres of tobacco will make grounds and buildings Borne idea of 2000 pounds to Ihe acre It was sold the magnitude of the exhibition may early in Ihe summer- RICHMOND kENTUOKY loJSY4 Thom- Â¬ be gained from the fact that the total son at 8 cents all A R Ror OFFICE with C F roundWoodford nam en First Street area of buildings mid enclosed grounds june22tt R sfSuti which is lo be lighted by electricity Is 4 Auctioneer B W Glvideu reports 3000000 i qare feel The sp ice allotted J A SULLIVAN 77 the United States is 75000 square feet the following sales on 1 Monday horse 570 1 An exhibit from this country rully eheep S200 per heal 1 cow 1 38 equal to that of 1878 Is expected and It cow and calf 28 75 RICHMOND KENTUCKY cow and calf S3S60 lcowJ26 2 is hoped that it will be much larger OFFICE on Fiit street same ns There are numerous lines of Industry oolts 53525 each 1 horee 50 Judge formerly occupied by County that need new markets for thoir goods The Worlds Petersburg special says oct6 ly Miller and this exhibkimirwiU afford them an Information lias been received that opportunity for foreign display the damage by frost to the tobacco C S All of the European countries except crop in tlie South side section of Vir Â¬ Germany take an interest iu the ex-Â¬ ginia is very great and that more The than one fourth of the crop has been position and will make displays ft ttasdsat Hi heodor all yd ntraas TIioewho ifiir tr have U be- or an stulc acquaint them South American republics and Mexico completely ruined RICHMOND KY oar IwarumenU ooat rhniaaritk the iakorrvotnrirtwoay ljiiic aad tntonr will also take a particular active part Office on Second Street June 22tf UutTMaents If i uakrMlliav organs ta yoai At Lexlugtun running races a mare kMoltar niu t t uk fsetury as well as Japan boiougliig to A H Gilbert ofConnect Tlte usuhI awards of medals nnd Icutju8t s she came under the string BUY NO OTTTEK A diplomas will be made but tho details on the first heat dropped dead She KUER OHCAM CO rr LEBVNON Xn ns toihis have not yet been determin- Â¬ was three years old and the owner had oksIcvw ed been ollered 12500 for her Hear dis Â¬ Will practice In MatMjrrardJorfiJiig 881 tn the Court orSpjienK counties ana was the trouble The Stanford Journal reports tho fol ease tommisdoners Omce in AInster The fale of Joseph Cohen on th 10 h Ten fancy yearling lowing sales office over Cireuit CrJerWrf Jdflce Thu farm contain mules at S105 and 21 of slightly Inferior was well attended junr22tf quality at S100 33 mule oolts lit i0 to ing 305 acres which was bought by Mr Cohen six years ago at 17 per 63 a car load or 210 lb hogs at 5Jc a car of 214 lb hogs at 5a Several lore ws knocked lowu in J H Largest and most complete stock in 10 per acre Milch Best oilier iots at 4 to 5c Including a Jot tn McBrajer at Oor motto Central Kentucky Goods and Lowc t Consent Prices be delivered Oct 25u at ths jitter cows sold fat 30 to 50 short yearling 1 RICIhMOND KY CARROLL 1680 pi Ice q lot of good fat sheep bt 3j 80 tt pr523 short yearling heifer 77 and r tt Ma St Office corner Main and First streets 100 to 140 j wheat Jioroen and nmlija eatlte weight 1 50o lb at 4J ctt LhXisorwN Kv 1 up elMr over Reniseva janu iv BEST It THE FAIKS MAGNITUDE is expected Hint Ihe total number CONCERNING FARM ERS Attorney at Law T Attorney at 3Law POWELL and comparatively painless per- Â¬ formed on young calves Watch tlio signs of tho coming horn which will genorally show itself whon tho calf is fivo or six weeks old Rsniovc it then and It will never start again Thoro is no doubt that hornlo cattlo will in a fow years sell hotter than bthel s In many places they do now and dis- Â¬ horning is tho oasiost way to aid to their value It Is impossible to know whether yon have mado a profit unlest ac counts aro kept Ciiargo tho lions with all tho food allowed and also in torost on capital Invested Credit them with all salos and for that U3ed In tho family The differonco will bo tho profit unless you wish to chargo for your labor tho value of which do pends upon how much it was worth to von at tho time A largo flock costs less for labor than a smaller one but in families whore small flocks aro kept for pleasure as well as profit tbo labor is not estimated Kew corn is commanding unusually good prices for this early Iu Ihe season In Bullett county this State one thou Â¬ sand bushels were sold at forty cents per bushel and 2 per barrel Here it is Selling at about 150 per barrel in the field At cribbing time it will proba Â¬ bly touch 2 Rev Stanbery has shocks that measure forty five feet iu circum- Â¬ ference shocks the usual size sixteen hills square He has ears that he would like to mulch with the best in the county Lexiigton Press Our locil traders have been oflrrlnjr 6cts for hogs during Ihacurreiit week At Louisville Wednesday choice packing ami butchers 5 CO 570 lair to good butchers 545 5 60 light medium batchers 5 40 5550 shoals 450 6 2 5 some market cattle good to extra shipping S4 50S4 75 light ship ping 372 425 Cincinnati markets about the same Potatoes are offered for from 40 cents to 60 cents per bushel The town has been run over with fine cooking apples bringing 40 cents Dmville Olive Branch T D English reports sale of Perry Luid In Lincoln county Oct 17 well Bidding spirited with fol Â¬ attended lowing prices obtained on six monthsi time 125 161 hores mules 65 135 young stock cattle medium qual Ity 3 to 3J cents milch cows ordin ary 25 85 corn counted iu field per barrel 250 In a word property of all kinds brought rair to good prices Mr Land failed to sell his farm con tabling 350 acres and rented name at satisfactory price to Mr Toney Hunu Danville Olive Branch Oscar Ham sold Nelson Rowland of Lexington u nice geld- Â¬ ing for 300 Dr Tlltnn cold to Mr Quarks of St Joseph Mo a DiJ mont filly out of Lady Bunliii dim of Carlisle Maid Geo W Bramb- lelt sold a Patclien Wilkos yearling stallion to B F Mathers of Illinois for 1000 Roe Leer of Bourbon sold to Dau Bowden of Paris three yeai ling stallions at 100 each and a jack for 300 The slalllons will be shipped to New York and the jack to Gettysburg Carlisle Mercury There are numerous devices for keep Â¬ ing eggs iu small quantities for home ue The following hss succeeded so well wiili some farmers that they use no other plan Take a good board and with a square and straight edge mark oil in 2J inch squares then with a 1J inch auger bore u hole through each check and with a sharp jiocket knife rim Ihe holes on the side intended for the top hang in a dry cellar or otber place having a cool equable tempera- Â¬ ture with ropes from the joist half way from the floor Place the eggs in this as fast as gathered small end down Thera was but few sales made on Court day Capt Carroll bought 300 head of hogs from various parlies patitig five cents and a few shoals at 4 cents he also bought of Mr Georje Brown 7 head of fatteera af 3J cents Elbert Walker had a lot of fine short yearliiigs which lie sold at 16 per head to Jno M Taylor C1 Handy had some dozen steers but not receiving what he thought they were worth drove them home the only sale at auction was ope old plug horse which wpnt for 5 for mules 40 was iHered We heard of Vijily one sale an exchange of a mule colt for 40 bushels of wheat and 15 of corn Jessamine Journal Â¬ three-year-old of dlsliorningis easy Bullheads are born not made No manufacturer would ever place on the market such a ridiculous combination of big and little tip three horns and no middle They deserve no favor at the hands of a credulous public They They are in- Â¬ have no respectability tolerably indolent They wont work for a living They just shove them Â¬ selves under the eel grass gape their mouths and wait and loaf If a snail crawls in that is his ill fortune The bullhead doesnt care much anyhow It takes laziness to catch bullheads Patience wont do ft The suetieasful bullheader is slower than a doctors He is either bill and as undesirable too lean to stand up or too fat to walk His stomach hollows so far in toward his spine that he cant tell the differ- Â¬ ence between hunger and the back- Â¬ ache He indulges in plug tobacco Ho will sit all day on the tip of a decayed hemlock knot and fish He waits Happiness spreads a dreamy mantlo over him A bullhead bite is not an impressive event It is not an emotional affair It feels like a thump on the back It is something like one jump out of a duil toothache It is not so expressive however Sometimes they dont bite at alL They let the bait drop intd their mouth if it chooses Mouth closes Bullhead rubs his stomach on tho mud and waits Fisherman waits the bullhead waits longer Fish- Â¬ erman waits for the bob to go under Bullhead waits for fisherman to como down and get him Fisherman waits for bullhead to come up and see what has become of him Finally he pulls up his line to look at his worm Line sticks at the end Bullhead is in no hurry Neither is the fisherman More pull Still sticks Lug pull slow lazy always lazy lazy at both ends Tho thing comes up like dragging the heel out of the mud suck gurgle swash There he has it One littlo bullhead with a diminutive bull tail It is great sport It is so uniform It doesnt excite the feelings One al- Â¬ ways knows what to expect a bull- Â¬ head sometime or other Six bullheads are a good days work for a practical fishermivn More than that spoils the rhythm Theoretical follows have alleged that they havo taken more than that They have described their game as old lunkers They are ambitious creatures in the spring time of life They carried their bait in their hip pooket corked Thoy aro not credible witnesses They ex- Â¬ SLE3TXT17TTOtSS- - The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF 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 af all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATS RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that w handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac lor Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find alt she wants for kitchen or dairy Tlte Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace ehaina Hames Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find sit he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to eosaeasMi see for themselves the stock of gooJs we keep in our 127 foot store boose Tfcey will find THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a itfactical nmrhsoic asssws M 4H give special attention to all work done m that line KUOfliU bunEKIfJ RE- Â¬ C as He b done in the past PAIRING 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 bur at the bottom pries and that benefit we give to our customers Dont fonet that ou can always find Use lowest prices and the best goods at the oU reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- 41 M 11 mch2i tf WW 11 Tlae CIot3iier AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky aggerate Now skin the eatch Straddle a plank by lautem light Skin 6moke smell fishy Six cull skeeters inches of bullhead yield two and one third inches of skinned bull tail Fried and served up hot they tasto like swamp malaria burnt into decayed chip Puck A Fund HATS GENTS O-A-IFS FUHMISHING GOODS TRUNKS VALISES of Information Countryman to the celebrated Hin I s poe you doo Snake Charmer know a good deal bout snakes Mister Hindoo Snake Charmer Snakes sir have been the study of my eventful life I know all about them Countryman The hull business Hindoo Snake Charmer Yes sir Countryman Well I wish youd tell a fellor wlvere tho body leaves off an the tail begins A J Sun Results of Feeding Hmferelias Walking Canes 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 News reached here Wednesday of Attorney at Iaaw J REED the suicide qpMIss Mullie Lesfer at the resldenceof Tier relative William Moss near Nevada Mercer county on Wednesday the Perryville pike morning she arose with the balance of the family and bad finished her houseÂ¬ Attorney at Law - W SMPERLEY GEASS ANB PJELD SEE IDS Â¬ Attorney t Law hold duties when she told Mrs Moss that she had taken strychnine with the intention of kilting herself but she wanted her to get some lard and cream and send for a doctor which was promptly done but too laffe to save her lite 8he died In great agony The family can assign no reason tor the jash act unless it was disappointment in love A young man who has been paying her devoted attention is to marry another elrl the coming weok Miss Lr8terW said to have been a bright htmdinme young lady just bud ding lulo womanhood and is the o daughter of Jnlin Letter a farmer living in tha neighborhood BaiivlUa Olive Branch well-to-d- Scientific inquiry frequently leade to results that are not in perfect accord with common ideas Dr Annsby in his bulletin No 3 of the Agricultural Experiment Station makes the state- Â¬ ment that tlio live weight of animals is not a certain indication of the true nutritive results of feeding for the reason that it is found that an animal fed upon a supply of insufficient food may lose flesh and fat and its place ba supplied by water so that the weight ofthe anim al may remain the same after such a course of feeding a return HOW TO USE HORSES to a richer ration may eliminate the Roles That Should Always Be Conspicu- Â¬ water so stored up and it sometimes ously llcforo Farmers results that there is an actual loss in Never work a horse to exhaustion weight from the better feeding These Never work him too many hours scientific facts have a value in their Novor work him at unusual hours bearing on scientific investigation but Theso aro good rules for using a horse a farmer accustomed to handling bis But how about the horse on tho farm animals and who does not appeal to where work is pressing nnd damage weighing scales to indicate effects of must result unless the work is done feeding will hardlybe deceived regard- Â¬ asks some one Then set the rules ing actual effects of feeding National asido Wo can not always treat our Tribune farm horses as thoy should be treated Do you believe in the mental any more than wo can treat oursolvos Oh yes but ono in tho busy season just as wo should cure doctor Work is often pressing and must be must havo a mind to start with done But there is a rule that should always be conspicuously before us and How the Arabs Retreat that is to treat tho animal just as well When an Arab tribe is pursued by an as we can under existing circumstances It is not extra work in the bu3y sea- Â¬ enemy they sleep and take their food son that doos tho most injury to without halting That they may not our horses They are more greatly in- Â¬ fall from their camels when sleeping jured by carelessness and neglect than they stretch themselvos out at length by bolng pressed Into overwork when placing their feet in a bag on each side overwork is necessary There should of tho animals neck Their food Is never any thing however prevent prepared by tho women One mounted on a camol loaded with wheat con- Â¬ regular feeding and regular waterings Nothing should prevent us from keep- Â¬ tinues grinding with a hand mill and ing our horses clean and thoy should passes tho meal to another who is pro- Â¬ vided with leather bottles containing have Ml tho rest that can bo given After doing a hard days work do water suspended on each side of her not drive them at night except it is camel she having prepared tho paste absolute necessity After doing a hard passes it to a third who completes tho weeks work lot them rest on Sunday operation by baking the bread in thin Give them fullbenofitof tho command- Â¬ slices on a chafing dish or a portable ment Better remain away from church oven which Is heated with wood or than be cruel to tho horse Bettor straw This bread with a portion of walk to church than ride after a poor cheese and dates is then distributed tired animal worn out by tho weeks by hor to those whom it is her prov- Â¬ ince to feed and tho frugal meal is toil in hot weather If using a horso on tho road in hot finished with a draught of camels weather for long distances do not milk The camels are also milked as urge the animal You will make they wMk tho men using for this pur-Â¬ steady pose large wooden bowls whieh are better time by slower driving A good travelor will passed from one to another N T Ledger mako fifty miles on the hottest day if driven judiciously fed regularly The oldest rose in the world is at and watered frequently or the animal Heldereheim Germany Its history may be used up In twenty miles We can bo traced back to 1970 and it was do not mean that the horse should be a good deal of a bush then permitted to loaf It Is nover advis Â¬ To forge a successful chain of evi- Â¬ able to starvo a hovso to death on tho road and some peoplo drive so ever Â¬ dence requires qualities of the lynx lastingly slow that thoy do that But He Failed to Mop a good traveler will go Mong easily In a case of assault and battery in and rapidly enough and should be left the police court the other day tho to a modorato gait for him The severity of the work of tha form plaintiff wa Hsked How came the dofendant to striko horse in ummer is not is tha work itself as a rulo but in tho long hours you Why he just stopped as wo were and severe heat Resting in the mid- Â¬ dle of tho day and going at work passing and hit mo Thoro was no provocation earlier in the morning nnd working Not tho slig htost lateral night greatly relievos both You hadnt sold any thing man and beast It is hardly necessary Why yes to warn against letting a horso drink Oh you had What had you said to his fill when very hot and yet three I told him that I could mop the horaes have beea injured In that way during the lost two weeks and their earth with him but hod been careful cases brought to our notice Watern not to uso provoking language roil FW ftWi Jiural prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times aprlStf 4 i A Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky mavz m tf W B WHITE Bis A ongh and Pressed laiimlber D H MYEBS Beware of Fraad as tuy name aad the wise are staswed oa tne bottom o all my adreitfced factory tines betore leavisur theprlees and iatrrler seeds she wearers afntascnMi a se tf a dealer osSrs W l Uoogrlaj be at mew dtieedBc1eeersaTsbe has them wlthoalss aad price statsped oa the boUum pat nka dews as 1 fraud Wi-- I Win i m W S 001 WJ hi FARM WBOiCHES light Beady aad Strong w OuSwaraad Out last two Ordinary WreacbH C To send us 40 cents for one of our Â¬ YOU WANT AxEllbks IMS set eoasMs of a Rosewood Handle aad and fsur tnlerctuutgrall bl V t i emr drtwrswood SefcfcefclMiiurMuc all ieswl iaaiwat bor Thts tool m eoastBatlT umtoI ewrwhwon at the Aer hi e sbep arouad H ho the farm geetfrwon recH tU S I eO Household S D Set for them If as has an pnt iherhewn t HVm s rwrlpt forvouoc w will eiwl Hhrr iajBastra of eata- td above fccJ tiamn far our pn--a- Asit Your Local Dealer ELLTtlCH z COT PlaitsMlle Conn 51 leg W L DOUGLAS i si Tho BUYEBS GUIDE is issued Marah and Sept each year It is an eney lolopedla of useful tofor mation for all who pur Â¬ chase tho luxuries or the necessities of life Wo can olotho yon and furnisfa yoc wish all tho necessary and unnec sesary appliances to ride walk dance deep eat fish hunt work go to asuroh or stay at home and in various aises styles and quantities Just figure oat what is raouired to do all tbeso thlsgs C0RF0RTABLY and yen eaa mafciafair esttmate of the value of tba BTJVBRS QUIDS which will be sent open receipt of 10 seats te pay postage U1 U4 Utofcljsa MONTGOMERY WARD S CO atmw Qnuigom XAS6 Agf Bt JACK FREEMAN 8 JT School Book rmlt TE sKAMTKS SfceC -- TS nnlv - TV lt1 Li Mstie 3UI1CK9 r i v v ban the fx t cay as bawl sewed and tVJLX NOT 1CIP TV I IIOUOT AS S4 SHOE tbe i tnal aad ay hwl stwed weK S4 shoe riuala nv rrnra Ini i- ehoes eosOn ssjmiJS to OX tv shoe nocGiAs Carrarvaall Wee ir Tttmthufcle anda Letter Sewed Sboe w Nor Tact a Heed Staoeth or Wax Taaead te Imrt the fret t- - BiTrHed WIlHDGrA8SSwSrMK ierhsafjr wer Be telf Sww fc r the i rw- MT IKHTIAS SSSS WORKING ht MANS SHOti l the be t weartheroau rM pair rbt to roweti wear mt AT I IKHoLas S SHOK rOR liOS theheet aboei r h raw weeW b AT I WOVOLAS Riis YOUTHS School Shtv alve rite rauH B JS a rberr l wear the bertsnretBIhe wnsid AH saade ht Caeree Barton and tare If agt aeM by ran dealer write AY I- DOUGLAS 3 SHOE - GriTIBMEf roit iniuuir roucr fr BKOCSTON - RiHiBwBa Ky Vf atDta i 2flf ind St rr Girnnt at Whites HouM t TjT THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY TIEDKESDAY BY T1IE wmwfc m ITS C0LTURE AND EFFECTS -- nm-t t vtci mijf in iimj Climax Feinting Co PRBXCII TIPTOXJ Wm G WHITE J fcIMTRS- v I i PKICB PKB YKAK OCTOBER 31 150 1888 WEDNESDAY Democratic Ticket POK 1HUSiDBNT GKOVJiR CLEVELAND UF SBW YORK FOR VIOE PRESIDENT ALLAN G THURMAN ok nine VOK CONGRESS JAMES B McOKEAKY OK MADISON AH eyes are turned apon New York and iniUma Jjidge Graslinin refuses io speak for the Republicans in Indiana TWrty six new cases of yellow lever awl five deaths at Jackron viMe Xtonday Jo Jo iwhJ d McCrearv the election next Tuesday vote fttr Cleveland Thurman Tle Republican majority in Wisconsin will be reduced and a greater reduction will occur in Michigan and Iowa a latest news from New York k that Cleveland will get it HilPs election is a certainty TWe Jovernor Huckner has sent a oompafiy of the Louisville Legion to Terry county to aid in holding cweMit court Next Tuesday will occur the Moat hotly contested election that the United States has witnessed for many a day Speaker Carlisle opened his Indiana canvass at Terre Haute last Saturday The Indianaius fare quit business until the election is over and are working their jnws ami blowiHS in the great white dollars Â¬ LaMvaeter News is The Hon James B McCreary Has met Mr Ewell several times i dehte ami has literally devoured him Fears are entertained that the Governor will eat too mtch -- Ilog but he is young and his digestive organs are good Â¬ It entirely probable that he Democrats will elect a Governor Repttblican candidate is greatly in disfavor with many Republi cans The ProhilHtioii cindidatc Mr Harrison will receive a large vote Tbe electoral vote will be Â¬ f Minnesota Mr Willson The RejMiblieaii Gen Palmer Ibe Denwcratic candidate in Illinois ami who says he is going to be elected was x general in the Federal army dttrmg the late war and for some time afterwards was a Republican Jle came to Richmond went out to a picnic near Kingston and laade a speech Tlte stand fell cfewa and nearly killed him He says Cleveland and Thurman will carry Now York ami Indiana if Buckner appointed Col Ed Iorter Tltompbon of Owen oouHty now Secretary of the State Democratic Committee and editor of the Owen Democrat to the po skioH of State Librarian made vacant by the death of Mrs Roger Gov cfcarge being a member of tle Orphan Brigade He was in the famous Llaneon Col Thompson is an old soldier Roger Hanson was killed and Thompson desperately wounded Thompson wrote the history of the Kentucky Brigade and has been engaged in literary work ever since His appointmont will give general satisfaction YELLOW FEVER at Murfreesboro where The Yellow fever continues at Jacksonville There have been about four thousand cases to date with something like 350 deaths making the mortality about 8J wr cent A few cases at Fernan dina Enterprise ami other places TIIURXAX IX CINCINNATI The Old Roman created a grand stir in Cincinnati on last Thttrsday which was Democratic Day at the Centennial The city was ilied to its greatest capacity with Democrats from all parts of the country fifteen hundred coming frem Georgia It looked as if Ohio meant to go Democratic Â¬ WILL CO HUME Minister at Washington was so sinpid as to write a letter reflect- Â¬ ing upon Mr Clevelands admins tralifHt In all probability the EnglioM Government will recall the Hi guided gentleman if he deeenH forthwith resign At the same time the great good intended to eome from the lettler for the Republican party has ovaporated W0UK1NGMEN Lol Saekville West British r h i What a contrast there is between the treatment of workinsmeu by Rebubtiranc ami by Democrats The former threaten them with reduction cm wages stoppage of mills ettwhita the Democrats insist upon tlte preservation of their man hood and independence and their nlit to think and vote for them pelves vvillMHit dictation or intimi dation Hie Democratic can Â¬ didate for Governor of Mapsaofiu roHr jii a speech the othetaay giw iitrr iiice to the Itfllowing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 jm i tninien ir 4ieve tlmre -- k w meatier Uuiversal attention baa been arranged Ut iieiilgioii Hy null the Motley put TnT tt - to be a iiirec corheFeu ttlfltUli Up Jtf rfor of The Climax between Baron Wilkes Hluder Wilkes The perversenesa even wickedness of aud Bermuda at 1000 a corner mak Â¬ the culture of tobacco tor its present ing purse of 3000 The race is to be Â¬ general use Is still more apparent trolled over the Lexington track he Â¬ when we consider I hat this tobacco Is first good day not only not life sustaining but is pos Â¬ Sam Caton trainer nt S A Browne itively poisonous life destroying No heads Cos great Kalaimzoo Stock Farm one fact is more fully sustained by How different from this is the staudard authorities In pharmacutics Knlamazoo Mich is on his way to system of intimidation by printing the science of preparing medicines California with the celebrated d threats and warnings on the pay than that tobacco contains virulent 50000 trotting stallion Bell envelopes of workingtnen a plan poison Boy by Electioneer the property of D of bulldozing invented and the The toharco of commerce Is lite C Seamen of San Diego Call and Ihe envelopes furnished to Republican dried leaves of a plaut of strong stupe1 fast trolling stallion illUe Grass Haul bosses by the Republican National tying penetrating odor alid of a bitter blelnnlan by Victor Vou Bismarck Committee Commonwealth nauseous ncrld taste Its essential General W H Jackson proprietor element nicotine is a virulent alkaline of the Belle Meade Stud Nashville CLEVELAND IX NEW YORK United States Dispensatory Tenn has purchased of Milton Young poison pp 850 the chestnut mare Tattoo by Great Nicotine the essential principle Tom out of Sparrowgrass The President visited the city dam of ot New York on last Saturday of tobacco Is so deadly an alkaloid Bootjack by Jack Malone The price He went with a grand ovation that what is contained in one cigar If is private but known to be in the The Star says the Democratic hosts extracted and administered In a pure thousands Tattoo In addition to beÂ¬ of the city turned out in great state would cause a persons speedy ing a good race mare Is bred like the numbers in honor of the visit of death Tobacco belongs to the narcotic Uatn of troctor Knott and this is Gen Which have no President Cleveland eral Jacksons reason for purchasing Fully fifty and exciting BubelanneS food Rvalue Its stimulating adds no thousand men assembled at the her at a faucy price as lie proposes to places of rendezvous of their dif- Â¬ vital force but abstracts or takes it breed her to Luke Blackburu away It Involves the narcotic paraly Â¬ ferent clubs Some of them were sis of a portion Kings sale In northern part ofthe Junctions whose deterred from joining the parade actirity Is essential to healthy life of AtThos coUntythe farm went to Jam Shelby by the prospect of marching four Let it be clearly Understood that at 53 per acre Property eold the or live miles in the rain over a tehijorary fitimlllous aild soothing Browui Well ekcept the jack Mdmmntb Slnip muddy pavement but that had ho bower of tobacco are gained by destroy- Â¬ win that went to Judge Weakly at terrors tor forty thousand of litem ing vital force and that the drug con Â¬ 660 and an ofler of 800 was made for The line that marched past tne tains absolutely nothing of use to the him soon after Ballard Son President Was made up of the tissues of a healthy body Nor is Ihe sold to Hugh Martin L CIiowiiIiiks most influential and conservative poison easily expelled from the system farm of 110 acres near Waddy for classes in the city Learned law- Â¬ it remains sometimes years after per Â¬ 2700 Rees Bros sold the 2000 Ib yers carried Cleveland and Thur- Â¬ sons have ceased to use the weed In- Shorthorn bull Duke of Clear Creek to man banners rich brokers waved deed nicotine has beeu delHched iu the M H Thomas and E N Heiatt who red bandannas in the air while tiHSiies of the lungs and liver after will exhibit him at Dallas Texas Fair Popular Science Monthly of prosperous business men went death D W Roach sold lo a town butcher stumbling along over the rough December 1872 2 fat heifers at 2J cents T E Wells As a narcotic and slippery way for two or three Dr McAllister says bought of BIytbe Kiddle a work hours shoutiug and cheering for it is endued with tneicetic poisonous mule at l35i B O Horiue solil to the Democratic candidates It properties producing when ndmlnls Itobt Scearce u three year old mure at was a notable procession from the tered even Hi small doses nauea and 100 T E Wells sold to Blythe first rank to the lasts and tile spec- Vomiting cold sweats universal tre- Â¬ Riddle 8 pair of gray work horses at tacle was one of which the Presi- mors willi extreme musculardebillty 160 Barriger Llllard bought dent may well be proud One of Any man can satisfy himself of the from Thomas Bond a fancy buggy the most interesting features of truthfulness of these statements by mare at 125 Tuos L McKee sold taking an old pipe stem the whole affair was the number broom straw through and drawing a to Wm White of Franklin 6 fat cows W H Crossfield bought of old men in line who notwith- Â¬ villi nicotine iu the it until coated at 2i ceuta pipe stem and standing the inclement weather then Inserting Into the vein of a cat or at the Burrus sale Tuesday 15 3 year remained in the parade until the a dog Death wiil ensue certainly as old steers at from 310 to 840 perewt Hyatt Bros of Woodford bought last Some were of an age and froin the bite of a rattle snake from different parties iu the county 6 condition ol health that made the certainly this Some one will say mules ranging in price from exposure absolutely dangerous cannot be true since so many people 65 to 100 Anderson News but the zeal and vigor with which smoke aud chew daily and yet live they followed their banners show- Â¬ Let the objector recognise tills fact Sometimes the d ust on much travel- ed how deep seated a love they that maa can by gradual use so accus- Â¬ ed roads is so filled and saturated with have for the principles of Democ- Â¬ tom his system to the effects of poisons the solid and liquid droppings of passracy and how necessary they re- like aienlc or opium that he can in ing animals that it becomes good magard party success for the pros- process of lime use freely an amount nure The best effect is produced when perity of the country The bad that would have been fatal at first it is scattered over grass land the dust weather was an element to be re- Mans capacity of endurance is 6uch serving as a mulch to keep the surface gretted but it was not able to en- that he can live despite the effects of light aud the rains wushinirits belter danger the success of the demon- Â¬ the poison He can live longer and part down to the ftrass roots Some times farmers lacking phosphate have stration although if we had had belter without lb The deeterious efleSis of the use of to- Â¬ drilled in road dust witli seed grain sunshine instead of rain the line that passed the President would bacco is seen in the sallow complexion and have claimed good results from Its have been twice as long But the of many aud iu the emaciated forms of use The fatners who do tills try hard to believe that the inexpensive fertiliz- Â¬ cause for which the Democracy is others Dr Waterhouse fays I never obÂ¬ er is as good as any and sometime fighting is not to be checked even by the elements now or on Elec- Â¬ served such pallid faces aud so many they suceeed But it will pay to put marks of declihiug health or ever up a few barrels of road dust in or near tion day knew so many hetflcal habits and Con Â¬ the hen hollies to mix witli the drop Â¬ sumptive atlectious as of late years and pings of fowls It serves as a deodoris AT THE CAPITAL I trace this alarming iurod upon young er and absorbs whatever ammonia the constitutions principally to the pernici- Â¬ manure would otherwise lose Be- Â¬ lOMrespendesee Cum ax ous custom of smoking cigars fore spring it becomes a really good Washington D C Oct 29 1SSS The poisonous effects of the use of fertilizer whatever it might have been iSiiree the adjournment of Congress tobacco is seen in the derangement of at the beginning Farmers who live it lias been extremely quiet In Wash the nervous system tremulous hands near cities can usually get the street ington Nearly all the members and cleepless nights p ralysis aud often sweepings which are mainly bone Senators have gone to their respective sudden death manure and very ricii in plant food States to participate lu the closing Dr Gibbons says Tobacco Im- Â¬ for the labor of drawliljf away Ex Â¬ work of the campaign Alluolhiii tlife pairs digestion poisons the blood de- Â¬ cepting for their liability to contain past wepk baa bceu race week the crees the vital powers causes the weed seeds they are an excellent and weather has beeu cold and rainy and limbs to tremble and weakens aud cheap manure for those near enough the aUemlauce at the race course lias otherwise disorders the heart to use them freely American Culture been exceedingly small A little breeze Dr HorsAck says The alarming The old fashioned farm rule was that of excitement was occasioned 011 Thurs- Â¬ frequency of apoplexy and palsy and day last by eome of BuUalo Bills cow Â¬ epilepsy and other diseaspn of the every cow kept for making butler boys in their efltirU to capture a deer nervous system is attributable in part would warrant Ihe keeping of another sow aud pigs Not that Ihe skim milk which had e caied from its keepers at to the Use of tobacco their u Inter quarters of the Wild West Dr Prince superintendent of lie in Â¬ would alone furuish sufficient feed for combination located ust North of tile sane asylum at Northhampton Mass these it would not at first aud as the city Among the animals recently re- Â¬ frays tully half of the patients who pig3 became larger and the cows milk ceived and which are to form a part come to our asylum for treatment are gradually decreased later hi the season the discrepancy became all the time of the attractions of the show in Paris Victims of tobacco But the ekim milk and the next season are two or three deer which is notorious that the use of tobac- Â¬ greater It were secured In the Western States co is the fruitful source of many of the buttermilk mnSie a basis they gave One of these animals escaped from its frightful cancers praying on the bodies the pigs the kind of food that made keepers and It was only after a long of men General Grant was a notori- Â¬ growth while they could fill up 011 various other foods to expand the stom Â¬ and exciting cliae through the streets ous example of the city that Buck Taylor succeeded Dr John C Warren of Boston ach and make fat The addition of iu lassoing the animal The winter ppeaking of cases of cancer among wheat bran and ground oats to the referred to by the way prents a those using tobacco says When as milk makes it the best possible fjod for rather tame appearance when compar Â¬ Is usually the case one side of the growing pigs If given a run at pas- Â¬ ed villi the scenes or activity which tongue is affected witli ulcerated can- ture or in a bearing orchard a litter of pervades the Wild West camping cer it arises from the habitual reten- Â¬ pigs may thus by fall bring nearly as ground during the show season All tion of the tobacco In contact with this much from the skim milk as the house- Â¬ wife has with great labor made from of the Indians and nearly all of the part When eight or niue cowtKiys have returned to their West When for any reason the user of to- Â¬ the butter months old these pigs thus fed will for the winter and the two bacco is for hours without the weed enihomei hundred horses buffalo elk and other the man is wrelched An unnatural have vigorous digestive organs and aiiinmls belonging to the country have Iut clamors for the stimulant and one take readily to corn feeding But it Is been left in charge of Buck Taylor nnd stimulant makes ademnud for another cot good policy at leat t in warm Se or six of his cowboy asaiHtants Hence Dr Rubli tsajs correctly A weather to feed corn to a pig not yet Mr Codysajs he anticipates no diffi Â¬ desire Is excited by tobacco for strong six months old In winter some corn may be a necessity to promote warmth culty in reorganizing his Tympany in drinks and these lead to drunkenness the spring and he will spend the com- Â¬ The KinoKiug of best Havannas but it must lie supplemented for grow- Â¬ fattening ing season at the Paris exposition prepares for opium smoking The ing pigs with other aud less The Government officials who are best Havana cigars says an exchange food returning to their homes to vote are are made from tobacco dipped Into a A correspondent of The New York leaving by every train The uusl re-Â¬ solution of opium Natural leaf to- Â¬ Times disputing the theory of potato duction iu railway rates having lieen bacco never lias that peculiar efiect as stub being caused byeartli worms says secured by the various political organ- Â¬ will be noticed upon finnking the best of these Worms have not teeth or isations The railway officials are very clean leaf in a pipe It is the opium iu mandibles aud can not consequently much puzzled whether to sell Dr Mary a first rate cigar and not the tobacco make marks or indentures iu a potato Walker a reduced rate ticket or not which smokers get enslaved with and which they bite into aud so do Ihe She ha9 in some manner secured a cannot do without Iu some of the large white grubs and these make certificate statiug that she Is a bona Havana establishments twenty thou Â¬ much larger marks and eat much deep- Â¬ fide voter and that she has complied sand dollars worth of opium per year er lhan the wire worms do So that with the regulations to secure a reduc- Â¬ Is ued when any persou says that earth tion of rates The officers of the com Â¬ The odor arising from the use of to Â¬ worms cause the damage to potatoes pany fear that If they should t ell her bacco is offensive to many and the known as cabs his experience is not a ticket at the reduced rate that they fillhiness disgusting Hence Daniel correctly based Iu auy soil there is would have to sell other women tickets Webster said If these men must myriads i earth worms aud a great at the same rate or be liable to prose smoke let them go to the horseshed many white grubs and the potatoes ention for violating the provision of Intelligent cultured society says po to ore always more or less eaten by Ihe the interstate commerce law which the smoking car The use Is useless latter but they have never been scabby prohibits discrimination poisonous and filthy But will it pay to the knowledge of the oldest inhabi Â¬ The Commissioner We wiil consider this In tant And there are no wire worms have ordered in dollars that the circle at the Intersection of our next John G Fee the kind known as hundred legs JIa8sacbtiett avenue and t wnty tliird myrlapods Is meant My experi- Â¬ Ktreet shall be known as Sheridan Cir- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS ence in this respect due to very careful cle in memory of the late Gen Philip observation Is that the white grubs H Sheridan and a magnificent equesSome new corn iu Fayette has beeu keep to one potato remaining near it trian statue of Gen Sheridan has been sold at 5160 per barrel iu the field or iu the covity they make until it is ordered which when completed will be The chestnut gelding Brother Dau uearly all eaten away the wire worm placed Iu the Circle brother lo Johnston 216 reduced his eats only the skin aud go from one The electric railroad which has been record to 1 23J at the Miuuesota State potato to another damaging some under construction here during the Fair more than other and most ol them past few mouths has been completed Elite the fitier of Elaine has a bay but little and many are only spotted ami cars are running regularly The in a few places Always the most road is about two miles in length and filly by Lord Huvell brother of Maud damaged are the softest skinned ones S that has lieeu sold for 3000 A raus out to the Soldiers Home and the It is curious that no fuugas has ever put record Catholic University grounds ii sou will beproveon Elite the first sea been found growing on the tcabby she shall bnrreu potatoes although sometimes it may FRED OX THE SITUATION The largest butler record ever made be found on the potato growing at the d by a Holsteiu Frleslan wounded part and hence accidental The Hon Fred Douglas J eems to be cow is reported by Jtre Allis of Mas Â¬ despondent over the prospects of his sachusetts for the heifer ImUjir Mer Â¬ The time is at hand for fail planting party at the approaching election He cedes 9490 bred by T B Wales The trees and a few hints may do good at lias beeu making a can vat s of Indiana resuItfor beven days 400 lbs Cozs of this lime 1 Dig the hole3 deep enough to ad Â¬ aBd New York and gives up both milk from which was mode 25 lbs mit the roots without cramping let Stalei to Ihe Democrats He thinks lozi butter rliem stand in their natural shape that the Republican of New York will A farmer living uenr Hanover York not wime to Harlem river with over 2 All bruised roots should be care- Â¬ 45000 nmjorlty and will consequently county Peun put 10 Iu n hole hi tiie fully trimmed 3 Since in natira the roots and be badly beaten All of Douglas party ground the oilier day aud the next arfcooiatfs however are not as blue morning found 20 In its place Elated brunches balance each other the top over the dltualion as he is and the byhisforlure he deposited S800 and should be primed some to lialauoe the This should bo done Democrat will relax none of their rf the following day lie found his money broken roots mixslng and mj were the gjpsles who when fet forts io ioikIih ths Jutit ral ceremonies 4 If ihe ground U rocky Stylo I hat wiil do advised him to hU freak of the J O P i the I10I0 A trotting race which will attract kIhiuU a du largu and tmiuli deeper them TOBACCO ithree-year-ol- man thai walks this earth lhan the mall Who will go to Ihose Who are indapendant Upon him ahd threaten lo take away their livelihood and the bread front the mouths of their little ones if they will not surrender their consciences their independence their manhood to one who holds the whip over their but may be good soil so thut Ihe tree may but set depper thnnln the nursery hollIil be set deeper than Dwarf standard trees so that tbe Junction jnay be under the soil 5 It requires two perfions to set trees well one to hold the plaut in position while the other carefully fills hi the soil among the delicate roots If the ground Is too dry a bucket of water on the roots is good 6 lfplantinginclaysolla pall full of rivtr sand 011 the tine roots is said lo be nu excellent thing It packs soMy among lberii keeps worms frottl Work limon them and prevents the clay from becoming hard on them and holds moisture 7 In this section lenu the trees a lit Â¬ tle towards Ihe three oclock sun to prevent Ihe wind fiom driving them over too far the other way When a tree leans from the am the south side is apt to scald and crack thus causing early decay We will close with these suggestions adding only that you must not neglect to mulch the trees The sand also is as good for vluee as for yoUng trees T M B than the Iree should sel piled1 Up With The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing Ever Shown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PEICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at LOWER PIES THAN EVER EM 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 JT The New York Hearld pronounces the experiment made at Fleetwood Park on Monday which was the first public trial of Ihe dash system iu trotting raw as a decided Buccess As iu running races the contest was from end lo end witli no opportunity for jofikeyiug pulling etc etc This ex periment is lu the right direction of honest rottiug and should be en- Â¬ couraged Lexingt n Press All th Latest Stales in Suits Overcoats Ac in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout and Local Produce Markets BY COVINGTON WEEKLY CORRECTFO ARNOLD A DRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky Oct 31 188S A BEAUTIFUL LIITE OF SATS CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES C Â¬ Â¬ Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Beef Cattle Butcherua Hogs I5i63c 50 3 I iz 4Sic 7 3 5 A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Tallow M6al - i5l6Kc 2oi5C 752oo 15c 25j 95 Lardiui Beeswax 5o6o I24I5C 34C S590c 506oc Feathers Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed i5ioc jo40 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cloer Seed Â¬ Â¬ Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes Â¬ LoUisVille ByOlover Â¬ Sales on market week jiibt closed amount to 1695 I1I11K with receipts for the fame period 229 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 71631 hhds Our market is gradually developing more strength on the belter grades of old but ley leaf iu sound condition while the medium and common grades and all tobacco not entirely sweet show no symptoms of Improvement Each day brings forward a little of the new crop and the prices being realized are as a rule up to the expecations of sell- Â¬ ers The highest price thus far realized for Ihe new crop is 1775 The new to- Â¬ bacco thus far offered doea not indicate n crop of good quality The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash not coiory and tobacco dam Â¬ aged by freezing 93 00 to 500 Coiory Trash 850 to 1400 Common Lugs not coiory 700 to 1000 Coiory Lugs 14 00 to 1500 Common Leaf 1200 to 14 00 Medium to good leaf 14 00 to 1700 1700 to Select or wrappery leaf 2800 is74 and quality of goods considered SO6S 00 We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments 7c rWe will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must Tobacco Market see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and Durrelt Loulivillc lobacco Hnuc will do everything that we say we can do as for the past our 85 75 Vare 50c 50 2 2502 50 2 7523 00 6 5026 75 is complete embracing all of the Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first Latest Things io be Found in a First Class class fit workmanship 01 GOADS kE IARKED AT BlWith thanks we are PRICES TO BEAU IS OUT II MAT IE M SAID for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of same Very Respectfully COVINGTON 213 MITCHELL TSTESSX IVLJhJttSr SXESEST THE LIVE 5T0CE Ll MARKET EEPOET CO By LOPEIl DATEB Merchants at Clncln uatl Union Stuck Yunlsand Covlugtou Utock Yards r Block Commission Greatest Bargains of Your Life IF YOU FAIL TO VISIT LARGEST STOCK OF Cincinnati Ohio Oct Good to Extra Fair to Good 30 18SS 4 75 5 3 25 4 25 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rougli 4 5 00 4 75 4 00 2 75 4 10 4 00 3 50 3 75 4 So Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rougli 3 oo 2 00 BRINKLEY BEOS PLACE BUTCHER Good to Extra Fair to Good CATTLE 4 00 3 75 3 25 CLOTHIIiTG Hats and Goods Â¬ Extra Fat Steers 2 75 Fair to Good Steers 325 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 3 25 2 25 Fair to Good Cows 2 50 I o Common Cows 2 00 1 oo 1 25 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 75 3 00 Best Bologna 2 40 2 60 Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 35 Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo 2 25 1 25 1 75 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 4 00 Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 75 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 75 Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 2 25 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 eo50 00 Fair to Good 30 oo40 00 Common 15 oo25 00 Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 50 Fair to Good 5 00 4 50 Common and Heavy 2 00 4 00 HOGS Select Butchers 5 50 5 45 Fair to Good Packers 5 35 5 io Good to Extra Lights 5 20S 5 35 Light Pigs 5 10 4 7s SPRING LAMBS Common to Good Extra- 5 25 4 00 J 50 4 25 Furnishing 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 8100 16 Yards 4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for 8100 in Richmond We can not give you a 12 Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for 8100 house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask Stock of Clothing Boots and you that extra profit but guarantee to Shoes Hats and Caps and Ladies and give you more and better Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete IgOur 3t BRINKLEY BEOS 1TEZT BOOK TO POST OFFICE Clothing ats Furnishing Goods HICEU0ND ST Â¬ SS opjrjr Cft 3 in long FOLDING BED FACTORY in BRUNSWICK FOLDING BED than you ever got before for same money the World Owing to backward spring we have concluded to SImplestI Most Dnrablol BestI S DHTELLI CO IB11111 fwwEePimlSiii Hade in All Kinds of Wood out of order eren uadcr Cannot Uia most canlewnaa Twenty Different Styles pi CDT DOWN OUR STOCK IT- rJfclMSfeji Fort Wayne Furniture Co 15 27 It is io accurately balanced a mer child can handle it 8TM rent And fnrf for n thtea tor a small btd room eitr room hd thai CLOSED With all tha tedding in which is larger than ever and in order do so we will almost sell them at to Â¬ 9 It Is the DESTI Buy no other Catalogne to If you Fwnitore Dealer hasnt it write for Fort wayne m Sole Manufacturers Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE 5 ROT isms THE LOVETT PATENT SEAT FASTENER THIS IS TEE three-year-ol- MATEST All BEST jfealicarflaSgK a S SEAT FASTENER XARG EST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES EVERKYEKTED It locks the seat flrmlr and ImmoTablr and ret tt can be changed la an InnUnt Sample arnt 00 nerdoxen Mts by malL cents In stamps or Town Coustr and State Rights for Sale and to parties parcaaslng territory these Beat Fasteners win be sold at a rcry low figure Address X IS Y HADCJEB A LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond uburn WAIHT32B t I FOR R33BIT- - DIMLX 15- CO roHt--Uurter-Jiair- ial Two good agents for n fift selllrg Kmr Rootl rooms n Klrst street up r Ihh riMinjs article Km twriieuUrKadtirefclairs Mutable for iijlc O W Apply to NRS T B SHKAHEU jius 10 I aiiEAHKR House If - mtuS tf O OTJFJER First Steeet iK y rt shows u fouh Cirras An enormous croud was present at WEDNESDAY QCTBBR3 18S8 John Robinsons chr In RichmonJ on last batunUvy The performances were cttSeltenu aftd the menagerie equal to the Hogs trirtui Happy Jaok Lawton the clown nd Vaun the skeleton both of this coun Election Tuesday ty are yet with the circui and had thejr It is of profound Importance that j ou uiuaHy large number of admirers The go to the election last exhibition ot the season will be given at Falmouth Saturday and the concern Pleas observe Mr Claude Smith ad will go into winter quarters in Cincinnati dkew here in this ksue It has exhibited 23 weeks this season and Dont neglect to vote for Congressman traveled6t75 miles This clones the sixty fourth year of John Robinsons show McCreary net Tuesday THE GLIM AX 4c Tc n i yM m WHY W0 JlEX ileal kbtatr Transfers For the month ol October 1886 J M Cotton c to J N Hcndrcn 13 acies 450 Wm V Warren to J N Burrus 17 rcres 630 Win J Rayburn to James Combsii acres exchange Juracs E Combe to WmTJ Rayburn 156 teres exdhangc James P Hendron to J R TJavu 8 acres 2200 Calvin Burgin to B C Hackett 62 acres 4995 Jeff Cox4o James B Ellison 12 acres atmtin - court at MKre h me to marrow 1m - will he vw I llJZEMAtfi MONTANA TERRITORY For Thk Climax Rev R M Dudley D D President of Georgetown College visited relative here last week Miss OHie IlocVersmith of Frankfort and Miss Lena Gaines of Eminence are visiting Mrs James NcfT 5tl4- The Bell Boy Fraud Miss Sallie Ellis of the D and D B WiHis to Ml Sarah Dejarnett The Turf Field and Farm explodes the 2SJ Institute Danville came up Thursday aors SijMo reported sale of Bell Boy at 50000 It Commissioner to C E Colyer 67 acres to visit her parents and returned Mon- Â¬ Mr H L Celyerwotd a jennet for 400 says School Books at Whites Drug Store The aHcgetl day 2nd St near Garnett House The same purchaser bought anether one Boy at Lexington auclicn ae of Bell S67 tf July 31st availed to Coinmiioner to Joel Todd 25 acres ifor i 600 Miss Carrie Barbour came home from bring to the scene two alleged buyers 116 Suffered for Six Years the Conservatory of Music Cincinnati Hon J A Sultiran by request deliver Mcssis John S Clark of New Bruns Commissioner to B F Cotton 51586 Saturdayaccompanied by two young lady Wife suffeied sir years from sup- Â¬ cd a political speech in Winchester Sat wick New Jerseyand DC Seaman of San Commissioner to E T FUh 50C acres friends pressed MATRIMONIAL menstiuutimi Has been Diego Cal Horsemen who knew the oirdxr evening Two Brick treated by the best physicians without circumstances smiled broad smiles a hen Thejditor of Tub Climax and wife fok AesegeoK Commissioner tB Elizabeth Todd 24 Mr Jtsse Dykes of Clark county Mr V W Harden wW have a sale of they icad the news benefit Two bottles of BradfiekPs We are authorized to aHnotiiiee W have returned from their tour an 1 arc at on Wednesday morn acres and Miss Sallie Benton ol Wnco Mad Â¬ Female Regulator relieved her personal property near Union citr on ing J HARVEY ftir Assessor of Madison ami all neetwttry 4t bHUtMKg Th ine coit has not changed hands Commissioner to R L Brick 60 acres the Garnctt House until their rooms are l it OufM to county snbjeet to the aetkui of the farm k well watered ison county were married 011 last Saturday Nov jlhl W A Simmons McNutts S C will remain in Kentucky and the net reready at Mr W E Luxons 12- s 8920 all the growtta of Orw Wheal Rye Wednesday Oct 2 Ith Write the Bradfleld Reg Co Atlanta Demoeralie parly Tb Embry Brothers shipped on last Friday sult of the affair is a fictitious reputation Hemp Toheteeo awl Mtie Commissioner to S II Stone 160 The editor of Tub Climax and wife Georgia 17 20 We are aiitlMirized lo SHiMWiKe JOEL farm for Bell Boy and a lot of printers bills to be tlivltled ltM tw wttvefc ten car of cattle to Jersey City They acres f 16000 were entertained at a delightful ten at r T EMBRY as a eandhtttte for RELIGIOUS aiMl m ill be soM in wt or two itfews m PS- --Road horses trotters and runners were designed for export jfect to lite will be t pmmtMe the fettered mt Its of Madison county Commissiouer to J II Boggs ft acre Devils Lake during their North weitcrn shod in any manner desired I have aetion ot the democratic party Brave Weraeii tour by Hon H W Hansbrough and hi CrtrKtors THe yer vi7- The new furnace will be places in AMmt Jimmie Coradtson son of Mr Howard We are authorta d to anmxmee sotmity ennM of Commissioner to G B MilKoi n acres wife of the Inter Ocean A Nicholasviile special of Sunday says the Methodist church this place this just received an extra lot of fouryear Cornclicon has left at The Climax office old frecoiid growlh timber for rehiring A J WILLOUGHBYasa eatHihmle 100 A piece of bravery was dkplaycd in our week 65 STEERS Mr G W Kildow formerly a student a mammoth turnip that is intended to all kin Js of wagons All work guar- Â¬ for Assessor of Madi on eoonty subjeet Robert Miller to Bettie D Chenault at Central University is now little city last night which called to mind Dr J A Henderson will preach at anteed at the very lowest prices Shop to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ taVe the rag off the buh over ail com Business 3- 11 HEIFERS the hcroi m of the late Jennie Bowman 22o acres 14928 ty Managorofthe South western Presbyte Â¬ 11 Provideuce Sunday petitors morning back of Brookss drug store Robert Millar to N B Tcrrill ioj of Louisville This morning at 2 oclock rian University Journal at Clarkesville oclock EdUor CHtmix 6 COWS nnd CALVES Respectfully Mr R M Dudley Jr of this county the residence of Mr and Mrs John Keith acres 8224 52 Tennessee He is studying forthe min- Â¬ Several week si nee I noticed in 8febly Rev J F Williams of the Baptist S L M1DKIFF Newlnnd Jones to B H Ncalc 41 istry an aged couple living on Broadway was who VUled one of a lot of railroad employ Â¬ your paper a call on me to beeome a 3 IIORSE3 church went to Boone county last for es whom he was paying off near Harrison biokcn into by aj egro man for the pur Â¬ acres 3 290 tStutis Specific will cure Klieuoii candidate Signed Asfeseor of Madison MaBy Wednesday to hold a protracted meet- Â¬ Usui of Nancy F Kclley to Jts M Stoulker 4 MULES New York recently was promptly ac- Â¬ pose of robbery Mr Keith hearing a or money refunded Price 7nc at cotintv Million Having emisM ered the sub ing noii e in the other room supposed some 23 acres 250 THIN COLUMN quitted Whites Drug Store Second street ject I have determined Iu become a tSACRESofCORtf Gilbert Quiscnberry Heirs to Richard one was knocking at the front door and 5- candidate Rev Harrv Henderson returning near Garnett House I thank Many Voters of Prof J B Harris Principal of the City immediately proceeded to open it Million for their kind awl I mw t when Tiibble 2 acres 150 from Ins eastern bridal trip will fill the There was Joy at the circus last Satui 15000 POUNDS TOBACCO S hoo has removed with his family to a man who was standing say flntteriiig expressions as to my Vincent KidweH to George Christopher urday His given name was Dan just outside the pulpit at the Methodist church this School Books at Whites Drug Store qualifications Richmond from Vaoo and occupies a door toW Mr Keilh if I therefore annotHtee he came out he 14 acres 370 place Sunday morning and evevuing 2nd St near Garnett House myself as a candidate for Assessor of tf Then is no News at Irvine now The house on 6th street The City School has would be shot This HnTjTT isrT lrfflrssCsap Town lots in Richmond rlrlrWwli Dr J M somewhat frightenMmliMin county stilijetH to the action of i Rev H T Daniel and wife left yes Â¬ Estill County News has suspended now 127 pupils ed the old gentleman when his wife told Foster to W R Letcher 1782- Music the Democratic tmrty Aleo 9 Shares of Kirksville mmI terday for Glasgow after a visit of Very truly Thomas C Broruton to Dr J M Kildow writes poetry If nobody but Mrs S F Lail an experienced Kentucky River Turnpike Sttvek The f peaVing by Messrs SuHivan and him to go out the back entrance and 13- C R Tudor several weeks to the parents of Mrs dow is killed the escape will be remarka- Â¬ arouse Mr Moffit one of the reighbors Fosttr 5000 teacher desires pupils iu Piano Study Reed en Friday next will be at Doylcs etc Daniel hi this place Mr Daniel is Thos J Smith to Chas Irvine 200 ble The latest method taught Terms vdle in place of Ufiton City Senator This frightened tlvc thief on the outside FOR JAILER Tite iwiiociihiw of Terms as follows much renewed physically and hopes to W S Norris to C G Weber 400 moderate Music room at D R For Harris will speak at Union Saturday who ran away Mrs Keith who is a We are authorized to annoMfvee the ktmfrt will be given oh January 14 A Chicago girl informs us she has a tie able to continue his work uninter- Â¬ Commissioner to C E Smith 151 woman of great nerve slipped out and 7- mans after September 1 1SS3 JOHN F WAGERS a eniMlrtte for 1SS9 when ue third ol the ptifHrnnu afternoon at 2 oclock- bunicn that would stop any pilgrims prog- Â¬ ruptedly Commissioner to W J Collins 120 held the door to keep tlie thief on the Jailer of Madion eouiity Milled to tlie money will be tine nnd for MW other ress 3- payment eretlitu of nix nl twerv Commissioner to Bele R McDowell Prof Peter Mamreoff Von Finkelstein inside from escaping which was success Kelley will build you a good action of the Democratic party W H The protracted meeting at Davids monihe with interrst front JtuMory Mr Mike Bywatcr is an employe of a native of Jerusalem is lecturing at the fully done until the arrival of Mr Moffitt We are authorized to anuounee 1S69 3 i Fork Baptist church Fayette county house cheaper than any man in town JAMES V LAtlKEYa candidate for Robinsons circus He came here how- Â¬ Commissioner to SV Kellcy Court houie under the auspices of the who went in ax in hand and knocked the closed ou Friday night after a success- Â¬ 171 mar7 tf The personally on all mtmn nt 30 Jailerof MailHou eouiity suhjet to the himI under each in luiml over that Commi ioncr to Burnain Good Templars He is an interesting negro dow n bespattering tlie room with 1arrish ever by land ful work of three weeks by Rev Mr DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER 3 Him a eredit until January 1st 18S9 aetion of the Democratic party 120 lecturer laroWtar with oriental subjects blood Wharton of Baltimore assisted by The thief was then captured and J II E John Japp is at KirtlanJ Illinois We are authorizes to announce will be given Knowing that a cough can be checkBetsy Simpson to Betsy Elliott c But where John Chinaman ought to be is Rev T C Slackhouse of Lexingtoi Wx LCRUrCHER The Richmond Coal Company has while Mr Moffitt went after Night ed in a day aud the first stages of con- Â¬ SAMUEL RIGGERS lAKF a candi Â¬ 100 aud Rev A D Rash of Winchester Watchman Beard Mrs Keith and Mrs NEWS PARAGRAPHS date the great National question TrtMee 17 ifc bought in the county this week 17000 sumption brotcen in a week we hereby ject for Jailer of Madison county miI C S Powell to Hannah Meir 350 to the action of tne Democratic The additions nuiulif red twenty The Moffitt who are two powerful women bushels of wheat at from 90 cents to 1 05 guarantee Dr Ackers English Reme Â¬ party Mr Watterson is speaking in Michigan 3- D C Lman to C S Powell 300 Mr J C Flood the California mil- Â¬ attendance was large throughout not Â¬ down on the scoundrel and lield him The latest purchases embracing one half sat dy for Consumption aud will rufuud If he does not catch the Republican it lionaire who is dangerously ill at withstanding the rain Mr Wharton the money to all who buy We are of the amount bought was at the latter until the arrival of Marshal Beard who wont be for want of salt to sprinkle on take it as THOMAS Sauthorised to asannounce Heidelberg is better a candi FERUELL is one of the ablest men in the Baptist All Ambitieus Yonng Lady took charge of the negro and jailed him figure Midway Clipper per directions and do not find our date for Jailer of Madison enuntv sub them church In the morning the citizens of Nicholas The Dayton Ohio Daily Journal of statement correct Sold by W G ject to the action of the Democratic Dr Clint W Kel ley bays that there An Indiana man wants to know why Marriage licences for the month of viile will present to these brave women last Friday contains tlie subjoined notice I will otter at ptttoMe Hile m 4- party White prescription druggist DIED- the mischief they dont take the vexatious is now in Louhville more typhoid fever Ortobcr 1886 C F Armstrong and a gold medal each as a token of their of a v oung lady w ho formally resided in We are autltoriged to announce National Treasury surplus and pay off the flhau lie has known for years Rosa B Newbv Vm T Sanders and heioism The negro who is a stranger Richmond and is remembered by a Ten Cents large bothersome Mills JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer Agnes McKee daughter of Owen Bill Nannie Whittaker James M Smith and in our midst U a heavy s t dark skin number of persons here and hereabouts Joaquin Miller the poet while huntget a first class shave at the Gar Â¬ of Madison county subject to tlie ac- - at 11 oclock a X atnsy fornkiHwn McKee died in Richmond Ky ou Will 4- Dclphy MaUley a the Will Fife ptatee twit mttt frmn Luther 1 laden and darkvand says his name is Tom Williams nett Houxe Birher Shop Clean tow- liou of the Democratic arty These miniature drums ued as watch ing quail in California accidentally Friday night October 2Gth 1S8S Mis Mary B Dennis daughter of of RkIihhhmI on the Lniteitiilur THfntrftie Mar Newsy E B Hume and Nettie and claims his home at Lebanon Ky It Rev M J Dennis of this city began her charms with Clevelands picture in one shot himself through the hand els ami sharp razors are pleutiful fever aged 14 years Her funeral oc- Â¬ tlie following tleseribed yernninwl jnwp for couirrv supkrintendbnt Stockton David Gentry and Bettie Mc is thought that he is an escaped convict scholastic education in our public schools end and Thurmans in the other wont Hugh Blackmail wa hanged at To curred from the residence on Sunday None but first class workinmen are We are authorized to announce J B erty Laughland Abraham Powell and Mary employed Give us a trial Entire HAKIMS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ which laid the do theres danger ot their getting beat For the first principles ledo Ark- - for the murder of a negro in morning and her burial iu the CathoFllen Jackson Leonard C Hanna and Errors in Writing Inelegant Unmean- foundation of her knowledge of EnglMi Cattle 16- satisfaclion is guaranteed perintendent of Public Schools suldeet 12 Heat Â¬ lic cemetery at Lexington Looking over the list of persons employ- a gambling game over two years ago ing or Criminal Coral ie Walker John Brumback and to the action of the Democratic party Grammar and the lower branches of ed in 10 head of 1 year old Cntile 3 Jennet John Robinsons circus we find the If jou watit a nice buggy pluBton Kate Parker John W Grizzard Mary 8- Mrs Virginia S Hanson Slate Li- Â¬ Miss Mary Anderson and her dra Â¬ is indebted to Miss Wilmathematics ami 1 Jnek Colt 5 Cow Cales names of Alexander Campbell IForTke Climax Sam nwkaway carriage or barouche E Burton among whMi 25 are Yearling company sailed 011 the Umbria brarian died of heart disease at her son and to her brother the present PrinAmt you for arent y ou Jones Tom Scott Jack Miller Bill Wil matic apr4 t thoroHgMrfeils awl erweed on Xttber rooms iu Frankfort Tuesday Oct 10 coupe go to John Donelson cipal of the Fourth District School Her liams Wm Rice John Brown and Mr from Liverpool tor New York Sunday A s it were CkrjfiBBthrmDm Display and Sale Ieys bet bull some Work Mutes tl at 545 oclock She had complained intermediate studies she pursued at Wingate These names certainly have a So to speak Donelsnn will make you as good a Remuiuinir unclaimed in the Post Horse Sloek 75 heml of Hwgtt ami On Wednesday next November 7th A correspondent of the Courier-Journa- l of faiiitneisat the library that morn- Â¬ Madison Female Institute Richmond lot aeres of Corn in lite VM On either side for both sides buggy or carriage as can be bought Office tit Kichmomt Ky week ending Shoal familiar sound to most readers of the Ukt ladies of the First Presb terian chuich writing from Chattanooga esti Â¬ ing but had apparently recovered October 3u 1SSS several staek of Rye ami Hay ami Ky where her father had charge of a Thin Column Me for I apr4 tf Jack Miller is elephant mates the majority for Gov Bob Tay Â¬ She was lying ou a couch in tier room any where in America will have on exhibition in the lecture Karmiwc Uien fl e acres ot Tniineen Giley Annie Breck Rev A L church then she entered Daughters man Right here and now Mow room from 10 oclock A Muutil4 oclock lor at from 16000 to 20000 Estill Sophinan 9H0orn Planter Vhent Diill GetHM conversing with Mrs G M Adams Shars Mine A SAD STOItY College in HarroJsburg Ky from which All slang words which are not neces ing Machine Renper lhWs- Vox Jim Smith b S m A grand display of Chrysanthe- Â¬ wife of the Secretary of State when she Bill Short a miner shot and killed institution she graduated sharing the KINGSTON Wagon ami numerous other tMngs The child coughed The mother ran Laird E C Walker Richard mums w hich wHI also be sold privately sary to illustrate a class or race Mrs Alma Barnes a young widow at ceaed talking nnd gasped once or No remedy was near Before morning Otto Sherman higliest honors of- - Iter class with Miss Warren S F S A multitude of adjectives weaken 371 Admission only ten cents Everybody Consisting My Farm Cynthia Smitli of Richmond Ky Mrs Ed IJnllard will start to iMis- - Litchlield Kas Saturday evening be- Â¬ twice and all was over Physicians the poor little s utlerer was deod Raines Mr- Bu h Washington Itozet rather than strengthen enunciations incited to call Poit Ollice htnirs from 6 a m to 7 v Acres cause she declined to accept him as an were t ummoned and reached her in Moral Immediately after graduation she was siiiiil t lily week 10 make a visit Always keep Dr Ackers 9 Technical terms before unlearned M Honey order n gHtered five minutss but too late to do any called to the position of head teacher of escort to her home English liemedy at baud Sold by W hours promjit 7 a and to 6 1 x letter hearers Next Uaee For Governor m Klder Plnkertoii privately before then will preached nu the if not id go Mr Hanson was serving her G White prescription druggist the natural sciences and literature in the whole lo snit be s4l in parts or A difficulty occurred at Barbourville second term as Slate Librarian and J B WILLIS P X third Sunday in the absence of EUl The Hon John D Hj rrk of Rich Â¬ 10 Exagerated stories show no wit and Bourbon Female School at Paris Kv purchasers Tlie form is nieeiy foeHteri Thursday which replied in the killing1 was a conscientious and faithful Reynold mond was given a grand ovation at amuse none but feeble minds i iIlicer wooden noon Advice to DIotherf well watered 1 1 A quaint or jesting way of narrating The following v ear tlie more lucrative poof Daniel Bolin nnd Judge John Good Â¬ For many ears she had been n mem Mrs Wntsiowa SouinusaSiaopsbenMaltraya Owcnsboro on last Thtmday He is one denee a tenant hou- - bum ami tMher On U t Friday an old colored mmi be used when children ore cutting teeth It ie seiious events such as misfortunes crimes sition of assistant principal of the Paris win of Bell comity Capt McDauiel Mit buihlinje of the few men of the world who got into L iimI purehswets lieves the little suffertrit ooee itpralaeeinataral ber of the hriti 111 church She was High School was tendered her Her lied very suddenly in T J Kobeils quiet sleep and the UttWlierubnwalwai bright call on me for terms at nnv time My special jmliceman was wounded iu the librarian through the term of Gov AT polities against his win but it will prove deaths etc oa a button It is Terr pleasant to taste- - It career in that capacity extending through shop tjuppofeil heuit dropay reasons for filing nre hat I m a mer Â¬ leg hut not seriously soothes the chih2 softens the gtiBlluTsall pain a great thing for Kentucky Major Har Â¬ 12 Magnifying small things by grandil three vears was eminently successul Kuolt and was re elected on the ac chant amt uuaMe to give proper atten regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy oquent narration and gradation Your scribe was down to Cineiii or diarrhoea whether arising from teethiag or ris is probably more closely identified tion to my More Mini farm Hon J S Van Winkle Secretary f cession of Gov Buckner over a great Irreverence towards sacred things is From tliere she was called last year to niili lxt week and saw the X and sev other causes Tweaty flTe ceas a bottle 13 with the future development of this State Terms made known mi tiny nf 9le Siie was during the term of Gov Brum many formidable opponents principalship of the grammar school at ernl other things with vvhicli the G 5 17 the city Stale than any other man in k Hawesville not wit or philosophy THOMPSON RAMSEY 19 21 about sixty years old and had generFaheshing N Y and received simulta Â¬ doth abound letle died Sunday at Danville after a 14 Hard names degrade not live oppon PiainJealer ally enjoyed flue health She was the I will oflerat public sole on the rrem Â¬ po- Â¬ neously also the appointment to the short illness He was a nentleman of Santis Specific will cure Rheumaent but the speaker of a mile from the J W Bales has sold his Kingston high standing and his death will be re- Â¬ wife of Gen Roger Hanson who tism or money refunded Price 75c at ites lmnse in Winchester my larm sition of Curator of the High ScIhmI Mulrefeond Thanks Court 15 Slander is the weapon of cowards was killed Iu the Coufcderate service at Whites Drug Store property to Mr S Manpiu for 2300 gretted by a wide circle of friend- seum Her promotion has been rapiJ Second xtreet consisting of Hi 4 aeres 16 Great ideas show best in simplicity Prof D M Sweet of Central Uiii Mr Hales will move to Richmond in a Stone river and was the sisterof Judge 5- Terms easy and made known on day icrsity had charge of The Climax of speech as beauty is brightest when least This year she is vice principal of the High The KMsha Allen murder cise Dan- Â¬ Peter of Mt Sterling They neer near Garnett Houw vvtk or two and Mr Muupiu will get of Side CHICKEN School and still curator of the museum during the editors absence for a month adorned III was t ubmltted to the jury hud any children ville From the time of Doiielson ues the best materiul that For further information apply to In this connection we would state that poises inn and displayed excellent Judgment great Tlie evil we do may perish with us 17 who promptly returned a verdict of J W STAPLETON Miss Dennis is the originator of a branch skill and much energy His work was our teachings may be immortal in evil Dr ISreok and Judge Goodloe gave a thirty years iu the penitentiary Al- Â¬ Iter husbands death her life seemed to the market aflords and the beat work- Â¬ be ah orbed in active sympathy for the men Ho puta up none but the best Winchester Ky iS Avoid live bigotry of party tlie name of stud v lately embodied in the Chautau- Â¬ temperance lecture in Kingston last lens wife and four small children more that of a professional than a begin Â¬ the people and the cause lor which her work Buggies carriages etc made J A Raxsky Auetioueer ner Were he not aiming at a target often remains when all its principles have qua curriculum the Walking Science Saturday night The vote on local op youngest six days old are left iu destihtisbuud gave his life the announce 20 22 apr4 tf loonier Call ou htm higher titan the workHr remuneration of perished The name of the rivers the Club of which she is the director ard is tion will bo taken at November elec- Â¬ tute circumstances ment of her death will be received a newspaper we would advise him to I same when aH its waters have passed into regularly enrolled as one of the faculty of tion in Yates precinct mid these gen- Â¬ HOW DOCTORS COXUUEIi DEATH the Chautauqua University She is the tlemen are trying to get the friends of The firm of Warren Gralz Jones with regret throughout the State mount the tripod Cato We return grateful the sea of local option in order scientific work A Study Dr Walter K Hammond says author of a of St Louis have been iudicled in tlie thanks HOWS THIS I An Enviable Career Leaves prepared especially for the C After a long experience I have come to courts at Memphis Tenn for forming We offer One Hundred Dollars re- Â¬ the conclusion that two thirds of all session of the State W S C and published by Apple ton With tlie annual a trust in bigging The Messrs Gratz SPEEDWEli Grand Lodge of the Independent Order Co of New York the first editon having of this firm are sons of Mr H H ward for any case of Catarrh that can death from coughs pneumonia aud not be cured by Inking Halls Catarrh consumption might lie avoided if Dr of Odd Fellows of Kentucky held in been issued from the press last July of local option in Yates pre- Gratz of the Lexington Ky Gazette Friends From a private letter to her parents a cinct thinking it desirable and advis- who have engineered the baguing trust Cure Louisville last week Major A J Reed Ackers English Remedy for Consump F J CHENEY CO Propr Tole- Â¬ Hon were only carefully used in time of this place completed his term as day or two ago we are permitted to make able have arranged to have speaking from its iuception Chief Engineer Pearson of the Louis Grand Master His record as a grand the following extract do O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in- Â¬ This wonderful Remedy Is sold under a Desires lo announce that he lias at the following places B D Bibcock of Cleveland has ternally acting directly upon the bliod positive guarantee by W G While opened a new Southern survey accompanied by officer is an unusuallv good one He I have but one item of news it is that Speedwell Tuesday Oct 30 Speak Â¬ prepared a statement to the affect that and mucus surfaces of the system prescription druggist tvoofthe corps Mr Frank P Kellogg was the youngest man ever elected to the I have entered the University of New ers J Rice Dr It L Breck Judge the bond of the defaulting Treasurer of Price 75 cts per bottle Sold by J J anj Mr Charles Breed are in Richmond office vet his relations to the various York as a candidate for the degree of Ph J D Goodloe aii d others 1 hey will at or cc make a survey down subordinate lodges and the extensive D My thirst for a college education is at that city Is ample to protect the city Brooks 16 20 Thousands of dollars worth of HARVEST EXCURSIONS Bear Wallow Wednesday Oct 31st and all bonds and the Interest thereon Tales Creek Two other lines will be run membership composed classes last being satisfi1 chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ Whether I shall be 2 p m of all Judge loodloe Dr Breck C will be promptly met at maturity at To Minnesota Dakota Montana one down Silver Creek and one else- Â¬ from Congressmen to Constable were able to finally reach the goal of my am- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than A fine constitution may be ruined by AND L Tipton Dr Martin and others the American Exchange National simple tiighct Many bodily ilia re- Â¬ all other diseases combined But the where A force under engineer Block pleasant throughout His discussions bition is of course as yet problematical For the information of all parlies de- Â¬ Red Lick Friday Nov 2d 2 P M is making a bridge survey at mouth of were rendered throughout the year and But the door is open the opportunity discover of a remedy that pvsitivtly Bank In New York city constipation sult from habitual siring to take a trip through Northern Dr Breck Judge Goodloe Dr Martin cures k has been made and to be con-Â¬ SIver Creek Work is progressing in in no case was an appeal taken from his mine and it shall not slip by any inadver- Â¬ There Is no medicine equal to Ayers Minnesota Dakota or Montana for aud others Black Frank the once famous vinced of its efficacy only requires a Jessamine county and wHI soon begin in judgement The order prospered under tency of mine The regular course is four Pills for restoring t lie system to natural the purpose of looking over the country AT owned by Captain C B Pleasaut Grove Saturday night trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for healthy action county my knowledge of Science will Nov 3d If y ears but his administration in many ways Maj or with the idea of selecting a new Prof Ij V Dodge Rev Jackson of Center ville Ind died Oct- Â¬ aud oae hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ Capt Kellogg is well knewa here in Reed was appointed chairman of the enable me to finish in three My principal home within the boundaries of the Howard Broaddus Prof Rice ami ober 1 at the advanced age of upwards anteed If after using two third of New Millinery Store at 120 East grandest wheat belt iu the world aud connection with the K C survey When Board of Managers for the current year car will be the History of others studies Jthis j of thirty years He had a public re- Â¬ Main Strtet Mrs LeeMaupiu a bottle the buyer is not ttoroogfcly 20 tf lc takes liold of a survey the road come The lectures Philosophy and Geology an important office an agricultural country suitable for Goide ns Chapel Friday night Nov cord of 228 hut bad trotted n half satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken from the on the former come at 11 oclock Satur- Â¬ 2d Below arc a few comments diversified farming dairy aud stock The Kentucky Central u setting round Rev T L Lawson Prof James mile in 105 ou tlie home track Mr Cholera return it to the undersigned It would be impossible to get a fairer purposes the St Paul Minneapolis day and 01 the latter at one of the same Rice and others tr p tickets to the Cincinnati Exposition Louisville newspapers and your money will be refunded Jackson once refused SI 0000 for him plan than the one ou which Ganters ICy will put iu effect a rate his an- Â¬ day You see how fittingly this comports The Grand Master presented mcluJing ticket of admission for 3165 Combs Store Saturday night Nov This horse was sired by the pscer Frauk chicken cholera cure is sold If It fails Manitoba 19 18 STOCKTON A WILUS good for five days The exposition has nual report an elaborate and able docu- Â¬ with all my other engagements 3d C L Tipton Rev O D Hender 895 by Pendergrasts Young St Lau- Â¬ to cure your money will be refunded fir the round trip from St Paul to be- Â¬ To my surprise I find that I am the son aud others points on its Hue cheaper than ever been extended to November 8th ment covering some thirty six pages of rence by Stocktou Willis It 20- firrt woman who has registered for this fore Aug 21st Sept 11th mid Oat printed matter Courier Journair Crookesville Thursday night Nov A K Accident I could have sunt through the T Tartar County Judge of 9th and 23d tickets will be sold from Gov Underwood is probably the most degree J L Tipton C L Vena J Rice Harpers Magazine The pasfenger train of four coaches ank prominent Odd Fellow in tltc world Pulaski county was drowned In Pit- Â¬ He floor when yesterday morning the room ble all points south and east of St Paul aud others CO TO The two excellent stories that have Â¬ three baggage cars due here from Lexing Â¬ is the originator of the Patriarchs Mili full of candidates vociferously applauded man creek four miles north of SomerFor maps and information apply to Red Hill Saturday Nov 3d Prof ton at 220 yesterday afternoon ran into tant or Uniform Rank of Odd Fellows an me The occasion of it was the lecture set on ills leturu with Congressman been running In Harpers Magazine your home ticket agent to any agent E Polk Beutou Prof Robeils Dema Finley from Whitley county Judge duritg the piesent year end in the a switch at the Fair Grounds and order something similar to the Knights by Dr Jerome Allen on sophism when of the company or ESTABLISH KD I8JI ree and others November number These are Wil -- VI a was derailed the entire train running its Templar He is their Lieutenant General one of the auditors asked him whether it was a very excelleut gentleman F I WlIITXEY Two or more speakers will be at each Tartar fil length and forty yards more before its He has long been a distinguished man is not sophism in our colleges which shuts appointment All are cordially invit- Â¬ and was an extremely popular man In liim Blacks Iu Far Lechaber aud Geul Piws and Tkt Agt replied the doctor Man- Â¬ Published Every Afternoon Yes Paul Minneapolis impetus was checked 11- his county and throughout the State W IX Howellss Auuie Kllbtirn It was tunning at among Odd Fellows At one time he was out women St Paul Minn ed especially the ladies S EXCEPT SUNDAY a pretty rapid rate of speed and the air J Grand Master of this State his acquaintance being n very wide and they are among the best which in Â¬ and I am proud that the University of He was itoba Railway ever appeared in this periodical brakes failed to respond to the engineers j troduced to the lodge by P G Rep W the city of New York has opened her Wanted Help Men and Women- one gained during his service of two have KDENT0X- Has the largest cwotlsnoN of amy feDy Mr Black and Mr Ilowells differ terms iu tlie Genera Assembly call r our men were wounded all rail Â¬ W Morris in a neat speech and was wel- Â¬ doors to women and that to day a woman Wanted oue good man or lady in paper m LesntviDe The onlr evening greatly io their styles of writing aud each county quick lo represent our road men Bob Black the engineer is comed in another well timed speech by has registered for the Ph D the highest noted paper that print the news of the Mr Henry Sklnuerof Skimmers plnttiug and perhaps this Is the rensou The sorghum crop is nearly complet- Â¬ A MAGNIFICENT Heartily were the thought to be fatally injured Immedi Press AtsocktMm house and introduce otir three great Grand Master Reed Gov Underwood degee in the land Ferry Powell county Ky is now the ed iu tliis vicinity Average drcuhrtlen for the last six their works appear to feo gieat advan- Â¬ new books and Bible ately after his engine had passed through then addressed the order for the space of cheers given upon that I am proud to be No cash or months ever 15 000 Mr Dudley Sallee died at his home wonder of the people aid neighbors of tage when placed side by side Tlie experience necessary he dosed cwkch he jumped and his fifteen minutes Louisville Post upon my B S degree For this admitted 30 days time DJIILY his county He U ninety tlireeyears of critics will doubtless Lave something It k tlie home paper for the people of TRAIN SERVIC1 head struck some stones between a couple allowed agents to deliver hooks New the OMe Valiev Grand Master Reeds report was an ex- Â¬ course is open to thoce only who hold tlie on Silver Creek last week age nml has children vjryine from to remark when these uoveU appear iu Plans and new books ou salary or f ties A J Allen an engineer from the haustive and able document and not a B S and the A M degrees of at least As a newspaper it takes the front rank Mr John Reynolds had a mare crip- Â¬ twenty fceven to sixty fi ve years- - HI whSe the general litrrarr department Chesapeake Ohio who was a passenger member of the Grand Lodge but regrets three years standing mine was due long pled last week and she died from the eyestaht has just returned to him in bonk form but it certainly cauuot be commission or we will oiose a yearly Rwke it emphatically the Family Paper said of them that they have an tin also jumped and received a dangerous that he will retire from his position as before it was conferred I wis examined eflect perfection a new set of teeth have healthful lufluence or that the lessons contract with good pushers and guar Â¬ of the South re- Â¬ WILL BE INAUGURATED scalp wound the scalp being torn loose head of the order Louisville Commer- Â¬ really in biology and geology arW the antee salary Large descriptive Illus- Â¬ SUBSCRIPTION Miss Belle Clotise of Garrard county grown in his mouth and a full growth they teach are bad No one can read from the head in a place about sir inches cial port of it will come before the Dean for of dark hair has appeared on what was either of these stories without being the trated circulars and best terras free By mail 50 cento per month postage is visiting relatives iu Mercer and impartial- Â¬ decision My fellow candidates are most A resolution of thanks for the Ryan a brakeman from Cov- Â¬ S free f 5 oa per year pustage tree Act Quick aud address ouce a bald surface This Is vouched better for it Other fiction In this ington also received several cuts Elmer ity faithfulness and ability which hare of them gray haired men and I seem like Washington Dan Linahax 1ubiisiiino Co for ou the authority of one of the most Number in A Pink Villa by Miss THI LOUISYiLI PIIST Bryant a brakeman from London O The farmera have about completed truthful men iu town who has Been characterized the administration of his a babe among them 4Ui ami Washington Ay Elegant Dining Cars Drawing Rom 318 W Green Streri Â¬ Constance Fenimore Woolson a pleas -- toped 19- Louisvilu Kr 16 20 The degree of B S referred to in the cutting corn and sowing wheat The I1I111 frequently and received wounds The dam Â¬ office was awarded to Grand Master Reed SI Louis Mo Midway Clipper Sleepers Hondsome Day Clashes ant ftqry In this well known writers age to the train was slight The wheels The sessions of the grand bodies were above extract was conferred upon Miss corn crop Is excellent and FREE Colonist Sleepers So Â¬ beststyle It Is charmingly illustrated An Owensboro telegram says cf the cars sank deep Into the ground and characterized by entire harmony and a Dennis by her Alma Mater a little over a I have secured the services of an ex Brother SI ras of Mercer county will ciety at Calhoon Ky Is in a hich state the track was torn up for the distance of dispatch of business of which there was a year ago perienced trimmer who has arrived WITH KtTOHKX AND LAVATORY begin a prolracted meeting at Salem of excllement Yesterday evening was Chronic catarrh usually indicates u and with a large stock of new and uout a hundred yards Among our city large amount dhposed of alike ertsMtablc church ou Tuesday ulghl the 16h net for the marriage of Miss Etta scrofulous condition of the system and seasonable goods It foiks on the train were shall try to satisfy Win Reming Â¬ to the efficiency of the Giand officers and PERSONAL Cobb aud Thomas Smith Weaver a belle of the town nud should bo treated like chronic ulcere those who may favor me with a call Mr ton and Mrs Lowry his mother-in-laGrand Master Reed has been members Goai4 against burglar and fire pur of Rev Bird Weaver to Mr and eruptions through I lie blood This both In style and quality I buy noth Â¬ few w A Hi r perry Hutcbcraft OHie the most active painstaking and zealous Xt Lucien Young United States Navy hud wheat Moien agood nights ago daughter a young ciMfriag bnrgter pfoof ami ftxe prout mail prominent in disease has leeo cured in hundreds ot ing but the- - best goods My many demand for John Coen There seems to be a The Three Great Cltits of Montana Hedges and saveral others jail of whom officer who has filled that honorable po Â¬ was here yesterday society and business circles Prepara Â¬ ca tea by the use of Ayers Rarsuparllla friends and customers always welcome wheal in Poosey caped vvithotit injury A man named sition in very many years il ever before Mr Garnett Uiplcy of Louisville is tions had been made for a brilliant Price 1 Bis bottles 5 It Way who caimed to be a brother to Bob in Kentucky LouiBv me Times whether they by or not Somenf the farmers of Garrard have wedding and a large niimbor of peo visiting Mrs G W Write fc ack 16-Mns F Stone came vrhkltng around while his The election of Grand officers resulted Every merchant every farmer nety commenced stripping their new tnbae- Promptness Mrs J A G Williamaon returned on ccrop The crop In that eocllnii is ple aenibled to witness the ceremony boaincss man TFRogers Mt Sterling every protest orn man wcund were being dressed and stole asfoMow When the hour came the groom was First a cold then a cough then con 1 haven remedy giHnantl to cure Ought to have a are Account Kx- - i ac- Â¬ Ecus watch He was arrested by depot Grand Master William Hopkins Cox Saturday lom a vilt lo 1ttt Prent8 at reported to be very good For maps and information apply to counts notes check unexpectedly absent and remained so sumption then death oooer receipt I took Dr Chicken Cholera and ether diseases Deputy Grand Master C Owing6ville watchman Charlie Throckmorton and Jr MaysvHe an J Mr Millou Cotlnn had some goods He has ft for parts unknown without AoKers English Remedy forCoiiump among fowls I will refund the money yfir Ihihu ticket msent to miy agent jewelry hsrmother vaiuaolt can be kept 3e en route fop JaJV broke loose and C Rensford Covington Grand Warden all 1 at stial troin Mr C E Woods an J wife of the Rg sinleii th other night The burglars leaving a word of explanation of his Ion the moment I began tawnigh and cf iliu company or ricTe lu every case where th remedy fails away CharKe Srod twice athtm and Wm White Louisville Grand Secretary TI1EC RY SVrECO uter returned on Saturday irom a month j forced their way through window strange conduct The bcide lit Jlrst I believe It saved my life Walter N WHITNEY W G WniTK tf ck him once 1b the arm Some men George W Morris Louisville Grand tour of the State 52 Wei K sc h IiualoN V Into the nitim loaded tliemstlvcs and fainted when Informed of liisdevertiun Wallaoe Washington Shld by W Q Prescription Druggist Agt and boys gave chase and caught him and Treasurer Richard GUI EJHott Lexing- Â¬ gjkWOne of me C rev 4fc but she now profe sft to be glud of her While Prescription Druggist Mr S D Psrrfeh attorney at law is escaped 3d St near GArneli House -- a niarSStf est Paul Mlqtt seen at Tne Climax ofle finally landed in jail Pari News ton Grand Reprcscntatve The Cincmaati Exposition has been extended to November Sth Hon James R Bjrnim and wife went to Mt Sterling last week to visit Mrs Burnams father who is sick Mr HJ Lynch and family have removed U Huntsville Ala That is a good place and they ought to prosper Â¬ n Â¬ f6i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In response to numerous iiiqiiirh a made sue about this section of the country I will niiHwer through the columns of The Cliuax Gitlhitlu Valley lies 110 miles east of Helena The valley is CO miles long 35 miles wide well watered and surrounded by a tow range of mountains which is all covered with a fine growth of pine and several other specimens of evergreen The entire valley is well adapted to farming purposes and is a productive as any land on the globe Small grain Is the principal crop A great many vegetables grow to perfection such as potatoes cibhage and beans Everylhlugof the squash family does well here Oats average about 75 bushels per acre wheat GO bushels per ucre barlpy 60 bushels per acre while soiuecrojis have us large as 115 and 120 to the acre This place surpass till others both in qtitdity nnd quantity of nil grain grown in the West on the same nmouut of lund Tis t buss place for a laboring man here as wages are very high compared with wanes in the east Farm hands get from SI 50 to SVX per day blacksmiths get from So to SKI per day mechanics get from 3 to 15 per day In fact all labnr Is hijth here Woman wuges are S2 per month for house work fcc The climate shows good extremes ami fre- Â¬ quent sudden variations but is not nearly so tevere as might be expected from the great latitude anil altitude The great rain fall is in April May und June and varies In different localities from 12 to 25 itiehes Plenty of vvid game abounds In the mountains such as deer bear elk mooe mountain Hon badger antelope ground snge hen pheasant nnd numerous other animals and birds of different varieties Hoping that this will give all the desired information at present I will say that any one can do well here if they mean business They can make mouey at any kind of business or trade that is carried on iiere There is a good opening here for a paper mill flue water ponds can be had sufficient to run any kind of machinery Hop Â¬ ing to see many of Ki n uckys business men here 0011 1 nm Yours truly narrow escape though mortified over tlie attending circumstance A Harrndsburg special saya John Wallace of this county near the Wash Â¬ ington line was awakened a few uiglis ago by his wife who said someliody was after her chickens He arose with pistol in hand and when within a few feet of the lieu house an animal sprang upon him hurling him to the ground His pistol fell from his hold and the beast was tearing his clothing and flesh when two watch dogs came to his relief They attracted the atten Â¬ tion of the catamount hut soon got Hie worst of It and fled The wildcat then again attacked Wallace ami Mr would have made quick work of him had not Mrs Wallace come out with 11 lamp the glare or which frightened the animal away tt went In the di- Â¬ rection of the Deep Creek Hills MSlHnery at Woman loose their beauty becaus5 By faying ftisb for life Dr Aokers Green Front 13 First Br colds undermine their 15- Mt 1 Vt Stonb English Remedy for Cousumptiou ia nu absolute cure for colds Sold by W Short Time Only G White prescription drngcht All persons indebted to J J Brooks Hals and Bonnets trimmed to order prior to 1S88 will please come und settle at Mrs Lee Mauplus 120 East Main by note or cash atmte All claims not 20 lf Street settled promptly will be plaeed in the lfl- hands of a collector Turkeys Wanted Hlii Save Meney yr Trustees Sale Trustee ASself eti ef Jm C Hmi I will Wednesday JJov 14 1SSS at pablle auction at hfe Iwh Our Agent Mr G H Judy will be stationed at Richmond Ky to diess jhitiliry from the first In tenth of No Â¬ vember Will pay highest market G11MAN price Brent 18 20 Paris Kentucky h XmH son County oh the LtnttaiMer PHie JO TEKR1BLE l e Fewl miles from AfehmtMMl M H Two lhirds cf all deaths in New personal estate hekxiKiiMC to euoeieta of York City are from consumption or gan The tawl pneumonia The MMe nroporthw holds for most other cities Delays are dangerous Dr Ackers English Re medy for Consumption will always re Â¬ of fW rate Walnut LaimK frowlMg lieve aud may save your life Kohl thi Iaiwter Twnpilie ml abowtinmm lite railroad depot smmI ai by W G White preseriHioM druggist mile from iwJghborhood Tb excellent f a meMl are all gootl entiefating large 337 Acres kwv Di ANNOUNCErVJENTS Stej Am--i-s- sl eii 0w atI 1 Vers Â¬ -- i lt Â¬ Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Â¬ Saturday Not 10 88 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of se Â¬ tl Â¬ LETTERS Â¬ r of wl Â¬ Â¬ Suburban Farm Public Auction Saturday Nov tliree-ijuarler-i en Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 88 Â¬ AEFTEE Cholera Cure Haej 4 Â¬ if MM Hardware Store i Â¬ CLAUDE SMITH ve Stove TINWAEE HOUSE Armers old stand n tis J No 26 N Second St a lt HonJ TECB LOUISYILLE POST cod ONTthk ANA J St I Â¬ The Montana Express JJ NOVEMBER 10 18a3 w AJ THE ONLY LINE TO GREAT FALLS HELENA and BUTTE BIU aiuFM SA b Hi N kj 1 J i 11 KI UeallVeTk j stjnwn CMAS S PAWBLU SHOPPING IN JAPAN SHIf H POWELL jGEODTE 11 11 Â¬ Hre Insiiraacc We represent ten of the strong I est Firs Insurance Comtams in tke world We represent Ute aHBaaEaaaBaaBBBiaiaaaaauaBBaaBBHBaaBaaaaaaaaaaaBBa Company that has Ute largest oapital in Ute world tlie Company tkat has Ute largest paid up capital in Ute world lite Company that has the largest aeeels in tlte workl Ute only Company in tlte world that pavs its looses without dis- ooMttt ami does not make you agree in its policy to wait rixty The atlonlion of the ladies is especially called to our superior day after a fire to getyotir ntoney AH Companies charge tlte same line of Dross Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be rate Uten had in New York BENNETT lIURMSTOi DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house and contents and deep soundly it will be too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over fJO 000000 capital aad over 100 000900 assets vk JjfnpOBli Globe LftJRUMl O Aet1Am6fr2 Settfct Qee II 17173 18185 11911514 1X- 9- Merchant Tailorim ADRUFF kfjC -- Crf V y f- - y Jfj30 1KALEK IK - mmmmm WatahuB Clocks Jeweiry Silver Hud llNted ware He atktitiuti givett to Seel SEWING DIAMONDS ASI OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING JYMwptb e aini in k workmanlike mai iter Ossk Paid for Gl Gold aad Silver iwxt 9 l Wont Jorset tlie pluoe oe KKiHtoiM k tins jn 4 if Plet lt Ky dor PATENTS CavralH ami Trmie Marks Ile ltvfretfd AilieHliHt vfvwt and llo eeuted All bwetoet s be tlw U ri 1nJwil Office HMpt-l- jattetMfed 1 fttr moderate fee ami ho ebatge mitde tint1aittit fe secured tie OtiMe FRANKLIN H HOUGH hTHCMnxl Inwirs My 9if AVeiiitigtiMi D C and AeiireHen to travel for nnReliable HmuIuikIimi lluu f Oiiinic Hie mi miner Months Tlioc li ivan funiikh h bon e MDd M curitj pn ferml givMoney advanced tnootlilj i imv expiies A groat ohance fit- - ajn- - buiiteN tke right expei i iior Jul 10 ijvc lime better send Unities mid Mn v of ref reticeR No atten t tl canls Never mind jtlxxit tion itnid i nendtnc st tiii foe iely Atklrew 37TST NESS Hex II KiclilioiKl Va ol 2 - WANTEB aea flr Â¬ Fine Carriages KENTUCKY CARRIAGE rt tf pb a WORKS IHOrillSTOK JOHN DONELSON eeu wiTrn r SKmi BM 81 tiilir WmuM 11 fftlalr trjaaaraciVtltr wiwafteiww ISS tab BaC aJ itiig mMctDt vttti nacfca toe la rlfftll iKwalin HrfoQr UOLHtJIULU faAJtlPLEJi a Mm mtrtiv wtffraft4 after yeo Tii niwjili u yu tuM Vr 2 niialli j4 ab imr kafx t them nrmAHUjta bOLIO HI pMl Hh Htastewtecof MU ptvaVJtanjAeXVBaplMitrvcu tea Urge tr for h k j kraMT TByaci irMwfrio 1TiMlbtlflflllyWWaTtf fri m to hOCMj tat tra4tanUk WCRa t ever inaawfil iNuai iAJpir iXry Tt tSo laaarat Wfli aateate gtwmfMitHilWrtat at ofr aad U o an ar aniKtea aaca ator K aaaha rftaftv BnipfH vHl fcafcajaayamy trvaMa tmwmm afcaw tawaai lo t rW May caB a yaw fcoma M vavravaaapl wU a iaat aartaiartary JL petl er a ojfcA ta aimi aaal glalaryaakBwaatfroiB fctaowa Hat Hyaaoa aavanar NCWiFRCfiaM aftba laaaM waaaWa aa ia vatM as4awr Una Hsaef nn t mn d rrr 1 mmr1 BWH ticta WMlMreuMetrcoM KIE HwlitMifMi IfcUT W wr w waaC ee par In ch lacaHtr U keeo cf Ml P BRSOH aod ca lri illeo alwrJt f av tr yTaiaf 14 22 SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY iatfiacity Tlte Laigeet and llnost llatal Rates250 lit el to 4 Per Day Batlw in AeeonHng to rooms Torkiak and KwaHan Bll GEHTS WAhTED I QXTX03SL THREE G8EAT NEW BOOKS OX SALARY OR COMMISSION 30 datr flowed is datarer books no rain or mtpsience necjskarv Bert terms Cnre S 1oct notic HAS i PlUhls UIXd ro s 4ti in Wft v eti Z aaaaafaW aaaa aaaaaaal 1 i Does Miss De Guzzlo live Callor ha Callor Yis sorr Bridgetr turned his attention to the manufacturo ihcre University Bridgot who Is she at home of fire arms for tho Government from Richmond Ky June iSth tSS8 which ho reaped a comfortable fortune has received her instructions nnd Yis L H BLANTON machinery to thinks sho is following them Dr Ho was tho first to adapt the manufacturo of tho parts of a gun sorr shes at homo but sho aint in Chancellor of Central Univeritr so that any one pieco should bo equal Â¬ Albany Journal My Dear Zfcr fall I of small j and a John Potts with a ly adapted to any one of thousands started my ofciest sob then in hi tweftti arms made by tho some pattern Sev- Â¬ j largo P writes to a South Missouri ed- year witlvome mikgivtngs as to the w s c c dom of the step to the Preparatory Depar eral of his Inventions were applied by itor to stop his paper for reasons which podo to mutch ment of your college i hov and during tl e other3 to other manufactures of iron ho thus explains second year which has just closed my and steel which added considerably to already and yu dont give us enny fun special and critical attention his been con his reputation but not to his wealth nie eyctums you ar awl tho tlmo riting jann iy stantly directed to the conduct of that de Chicago Inter Ocean up pollyticks on wot yu no abot a pol partment and I wish to bear voluntary ly tick woodont fil a flcos year testimony that he has receh ed caref asked a CULTURED FARMERS patient and thorough instructions fro n Aro your borrics good thoc in charge and has made gratifTin lady of a street hawker standing YFhyThey Are aiore Successful ThanThelr progress not alone m the studies pursue Not very good Im Ignorant Neighbors nt tho door We have in Lacos Ribbons Collars Gulls Handkerchiefs Gloves and but also in mental training and capac fy said tho hawkor An educated farmer used to reading afraid maam for application and study thought reasoning and all frankly Ill tako six boxes saidÂ¬ The system pursued in the departmcrt Parasols all that can be desired Probis one that trains the pupil to think reas n tho mental culture by which knowledgo the lady in extreme surprise tho quar- Â¬ logicilly and remember Observat in Is gained has a clearer insight into ably the berries arent worth has impressed me with the convic t common things thnn ono whose mind ter you ask for them but its worth a that few persons or even professional We go into tho quarter any time to hear a hawker tell has been uncultivated structors have the aptitude to impre Somerville Journal highly cultivated corn field and see then the truth these educational characteristics upon e Soo my verses in this Scrybbler strong stalks tho deep green leaves minds of young boys You have bu signed S Those tho great ears which load tho plants mornings paper fortunate in securing instructors for tt s department who are gifted in this respc Did you write Dawdlyr and wo thon pass on to tho poor patch you know -and I earnestly hope that their serv in which the farmer has never put a those lines Quito sure they aro orig- Â¬ With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New Certainly just sat Shortest and Quickest Roule from Central Kentucky to All Points North East may be secured premanentiy to the yoi Scrybbler hoe and wo see miserable 6tuntcd inal boys of this community and that the I West and Southwest plants yellow and diseased hiddon by down and wrote them out of my head York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the jrade of proficiency that now obtains Thought so They seemed mass of pernicious weeds which tako Dawdlyr a mts department may continue all tho nutriment there Is in tho soil to convey tho idea that you wero out I ara very trulv vours best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business Philadel- Â¬ Is not this a plain picture of two men of your head at tho time AR BURN AM SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 18SS ZS7For further information aid aided by on elaborate stock of one whose mind has been onriched phia Bulletin Catalogue 8pply lo by useful knowledge whilo that of But this suit has a Customer No 4 No 2 No fi L H BLASTON tho othor has been left in ignorance second hand look about it it looks as SOUTH BOUND Ex Hun Daily ExJSuu NORTH BOUND No3 Nol No 5 5- ClIANCKLLOR The one Is fruitful of useful though some body had worn it Mr thoughts able to judge woll of prac- Â¬ Jsenheimer Off gourse I haf worn 83a ara 835pm 200 pm Lve Livingston 8o ara tical matters to reach wise con- Â¬ dod suit fife mondts myselluff already Lve Covlugton Kainoulh three more 1025 ara Ive Cyuthliina 3003 am 9138 pm 3 28 pm Lve Berea clusions to curb evil tendencies touso Wo always do Id mit all our fine clod Lve 3 Pm Arr Richmond 1105 lm Io34 P 1145 am - 1140am 1050 pm 510 pm Lve t tiiifml Arr PHrlsam t 2o am self restraint and to reach tho highest ing it dakes awaw dot avkward sense Arr ljpzlnKtonM 1230 pm 1130 pm 610 pra Lve Lnncatter 8101a 525 am 545 alms in life Tho other is barren of of newness und gloss und stiffness dot ive 1nrlM moo am 6e am 1150 a m 1055 p m 520 p ra Arr Richmond Winchester 1235 pm 1125 pm 605 pm Lve Iticlimnnit ideas believes all the common super- Â¬ a man so dislikes und wears oud der Arr 2llchnuind 130 pra 650 ara 200 pm Arr 71 pra Arr Whichever 225 pm 740 am stitions of tho ignorant guides his af creases Wo always wears our fine Arr Lancusler S18 pm Arr Paris 510 pm 325 pra 835 am 600 pm 840 p m affairs by impulse and not by judg Â¬ goots undll doy got a feeling of easi- Â¬ Arr ainnfonl Lve Lexington 300 pm 735 am 3x0 pm lve Uiclimond 205 pm pm fcj ara Lve Purls 3140 pm ment has a blind belief in what ho ness for der gustomer Dots a spo Arr Berea pm 320 Lve Uyiithtiina 4 0S pra 4 30 gutu 350 pra to the best made in this country We are putting forth suits equal Arr Livinzhto- u- 545 pm Burdette thinks ho knows and a scorn for all cialdy off our house pm 10C03 am 515 P 451 Le Kalnvxith MINNESOTA DAKOTA 600 pm 11152m 650 pm Arr Covington knowledgo galnod from books and in- Â¬ Tom Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us telligent study And which of theso Tvo lost my best girl No Tom MAYSVILLE BRANCH two men will mako tho better farmer How did it happen Aw Charlie Septenhcr 25th No 11 No 9 No 10 No E Wo wore recently in a Southern lo- Â¬ I was altogether too funny for her Dally Dally Dally Daily NORTH BOUND SOUTH BOUND Â¬ cality whoro tho farming is tho poor- Tom Ex Sun Ex San Ex Hun Ex Sun VIA THE What do you Too funny est and tho farmers as poor as thoir mean Well you see sho Charlie Paul Minneapolis Man- Â¬ 600 a m 105 pra Lve Covington 200 pm work where the wretched cabins for was crazy to havo a pot dog so I gavo Lve MtiyfcvlIIe loxington 635 a ra 140 pra Johnson 735 am 425 pm the grenter part had no windows tho her a pug and told her I selected that am 520 pra 830 Pari Carlisle itoba Railway 739 ara 234 pm 857 a m 5U7 P Mlllersbuni logs were unchinkod and tho land kind because It matched hor noso so 753 am 258 pea Arr M Uleriburg Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and pra 830 am 325 pm tarllxla 921 a Arr Parit kii pra FROM puddlo perfectly pike hogs lay around tho mud Confound a funny See HC15 am JollllKOIl lexlngtou 915 am 610 pm 75 6coo pm Covington Maysvllle 1050 am 740 pra ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS 1135 am at tho door Thero was a school houso man anyhow Washington Critic unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc which was kept opon for a few Mrs Rafferty Is my by Dinny No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar this train run through to Richmond Ky AT RATES weeks in tho season when thero over here asked Mrs Dolan over tho rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sunday was no farm work doing Tho bock fence Well av yer He is only Direct connection is mnde at Winchester teacher of this school who was a little trough wit im would yer moind ro No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- - with Chesapeake and Olilo for Jit Sterling V Va AshlaiHl Unnlinstun Charleston above tho average had incidentally Sunday nnd Bakiern Cities rives Covington 630 p m After a turnin im to is parents remarked to hor scholars in regard to bit Hes fell into tho barrel o soft only FAST LINE Np 3 nnd I rnn via Wln LESS THAN ONE CENT PER M I LE clieMerrSolki Trains with Pullman Sleeping tho recent eclipse of tho moon that tho soap An Oi wouldnt tink of send- Â¬ No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p Cunt netween Cincinnati and Richmond Va in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the mos No round trip rate being more than rives Paris 755 p m earth was round and moved around ing im homo with all that soap hang and Winchester and Washington D C DOLLARS TWENTY IiicIiiiMir ar- tho sun and the moon moved around in to im Its mo own Oim bound to No 8 leaves Covington 520 p elegant embossed gilt- Through Tickets and Bisgnge Checked to GREAT FALIS HELENA ami Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached by railroad incredible stateÂ¬ have an if yezll wait till ho gits rives tho earth For this BUITE MONTANA ment tho teacher was discharged forth- Â¬ scraped off OU return him to yoz wid No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full particulars address or call on any Persons desiring to take a trip asuntof the Company or Covington 750 a m with with a caution not to teaoh such pleasure Merchant Traveler through Northern Minnesota Daknti S F B SIORSE E II BACON Daily Except Sunday more by tho nonsense as that any or montana for the purpose of loosing Trav Passr Agt Hen PasVr Agt barefooted ragged director who was Covington Ky Lexington Ky Note No 3 Daily between Richmond THE GERMAN SABBATH n E HUNTINGTON Lexington and Covington FBUAIIK AgL over the country or with the idea of tho leading authority upon all such Richmond Ky Cor Main and Second Sts apllS tf Day Is Richmond Ky selecting a new home within the Geul Manager No 4 Daily between Covington Lex This school TJoir tho Centers Spent In the Industrial questions in the vicinity of the Empire ngton and Winchester On Saturdays boundaries of General OOlce i Covington Ky OR ANDES the and its environs matched and in all An inquiry has beon mado by tho WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD cases bad or good tho school and tho Imperial Government into tho nature and an agricultural country suilaUe farming and tho circumstances of tho and extent of Sunday work it Ger-Â¬ dtiry and for diversified forming peoplo match for it is tho many The inquiry was mado with mind that makes tho good and stock purpoe9 will do well to take view of obtaining information that the prosperous farmer and whoro tho might bo available hereafter in case advantage of these rales clean neat school houso tho church PALACE SLKKPINO AND BUFFET CARS government regulation in tho matter tho farmers club the institute tho is deemed necossary Ignorance as to FRBE COLONIST SLEEPERS Â¬ agricultural journals andseculnr newswhat really constitutos Sunday labor For maps and information apply t papers and the public library aro conflicting laws regulating it in tho QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO your home ticket agent to any agent found thero will bo found a thriving different States and goncral Indiffer Â¬ prosperous cpmmunity N Y Times ence all combined to render tho re-Â¬ New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga of the company or F I WHITNEY sults of tho inquiry far from complete NEW YORK FASHIONS Jenl Pas8 Tkt Agt Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the most valuablo statistical By far tho 8- St Paul Minn Hints and Suggestions Concerning tho showing was that obtained in Prussia Ijltest Novelties In Dress In- thirty Prussian administrative dis- Â¬ There is no decided chango in hair tricts from which statistics wero ob- Â¬ dressing although thero is a standing tained tho numbor of establishments promise that this will occur in tho reported was 500 15G and tho em- Â¬ Contractor and 1 I near future when tho back hair will ployes numbered concerned TIIE SOUTHERN KOTJTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST Is prepared with an experienced set of Of descend to tho nape of the neck But 582591 these and 088027 hands to do all kinds of houe buHJ 4225 cent per this change need not be anticipated or hands and repairing Give him a call tho hair will remain high for somo 288939 establishments or 5775 pel Mornins and Small curiously time to como mar7tf cent work on Sunday Tho remainder Qlobe DemoeraL wrought combs set with glittering 211217 establishments 4225 per cent the Importaut Cities ot theSontli without change gems are worn with hero and thero and 919504 hands 5775 per cent ItUNNING THROUGH CABS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN WHITNEYS COTTON GIN JLllIltJ PaU-aad--Wint- erUlliy T inn TWKNTYEIGHT HOURS a largo hairpin to match Tho hair havo no Sunday work Sunday work ism G98ES WHEBE 111 fAttS Circumstances Under Which the First is carried up from tho neck and formed seems to be of larger volume in trade HSi have a choice of ot Sleeping Car on Cnnninl 1VUILU---QUEK- N Travelers ANDCBESCENT two kindsManna KlegnDtBou Best Cosga Byron Tstesgood Use Specimen Was Produced ROUTE into a graceful double knot through and transportation thnn in other lines OllOLlill uxuxne aotu Draraxsnsts Thoro is no doubt that tho first in which tho pins aro run Tho long In industrial lines the larger industries dolr Buffet Cur and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern CONSISTING OF ventor of tho cotton gin was Eli Whit- Â¬ singlo pins which hold tho bonnet In appear to have more to do than thoso ney and that all othor claimants to tho placo are indispensable and aro now engaged in handwork Leading Nearly and The number I hellevo Pisos Cure honor aro pretenders Whitney was mado in a variety of unique and beauti- Â¬ of large establishments working on Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati passengers holding tickets via this line aro for Consumption saved therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a journey attended with speet my life A II Doweli the son of a Massachusetts farmer and ful devices from tlte medium price to the highest It is our aim Sundays is greater than tho small in- Â¬ eomtort ana cenveuieuce Editor Enquirer Eden was born in December 1765 at West to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods Tho number ton N Low throated dressos aro now very dustrial establishments April 23 18S7 Line of thi yia- - Queen and Crescent From his borcugh in that State to stiit everybody We do not keep shoddy but much in vogue at all tho fashionablo ot peoplo employed is however less Â¬ earliest childhood he showed that re watering places thoso showing lapped than in the smaller industries This good honest goods at honest prices We handle the Cincinnati General Offices markable power of mind that is known eurplico fronts or thoso finished is explained by reason of the fact that JOHN U UAULT St Panl BaUding West FourthUStEDWARDS Ohio D best makes of custom goods and want a share of as inventive genius and a peculiar apt Â¬ Acting General Passenger Agent Manager General volvet rovers which whilo a larger proportion of tho indus- Â¬ your patronage if prices are a condition R X- - RYAN R CA RHOLL ness in handling tools It is said that with wide General Freight Agent General Superintendent to a sharp point as trial establishments do somo Sundry diminish 1 LV before he was ten years old he could J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent Respectfully Thoso work In consequence of keeping some Teach the waist use any tool that ho hod over seen thoy which some- Â¬ part of thoir machinery in perpetual with dexterity and before he was revors join a wide collar upper portions operation tho division of labor in tho twelve he had made a violin and ac- Â¬ times quite covers the of the shoulders in the back For din- Â¬ largo factories enables tho requisite Tho best Cough Medi Â¬ ErKSX iy quired wide fame as a skillful mender cine is Pisos Cube roil ner and evening wear tho surplico Sunday work to bo done by a small of fiddles He becamo a nail maker Cosstjmptiow Children corsngo aro very general- Â¬ proportion of hands whereas in handi- Â¬ and at this business and other applica-Â¬ folds on tho tako it without objection ly of rich lace with frills of tho samo crafts although a smaller proportion By all druggists 25c tions of his manufacturing skill of establishments work on Sunday tho cor- Â¬ HEW GROCERY OH UPPER STREET ho made money enough to tako on tho olbow sleeves With this joweled necklet and want of division of labor necessitates college He entered sage is worn a course a fEMzJWSUmiTm1I1S the presence of all or nearly all tho CttRFS WHFfiF 111 flSf Yale Collego in 1789 graduated pendant with slender banglo bracelets work people This is particularly true EcaiCooghSjrup- - Tastes good Use three years later and went South to to correspond in ruse bou druggists Reports Tho sash toilet sopopular in of the smaller undertakings Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of teach His ambition was to become a from eight districts embracing several lawyer and he began the study in Paris is particular becoming to tall great industrial centers show that es Â¬ Roasted Coffee tnar7 ly Savannah whilo boarding in tho slender figures Tho dress Is made of tablishments which work on Sunday Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha family of the widow o4 General some light diaphanous material usu- Â¬ employ only 47 per cent of their hands Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Nathaniel Greene and oklng out his ally Btripod or In Pompadour designs on that day On tho other hand small Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans scanty means by coaching boys for col A very lovely toilet sent over as a establishments employ 95 per cent on co l HfilU3 00 4 4 a New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and white lace outlined 1 MAIN loge Ono day ho chanced to hear model is mado of 8ri Sunday In trade and transportation qualities isefeBMi7 Jalt 24 a 4 e4s 37 Mrs Greeno complaining of the clum- Â¬ with gold threads in its delicate de 77 per cent of tho establishments and l1 Si Ju ill 1 4 si v- siness of her tambour and readily signs On this dainty gown a broad a 111 M k a mil lUtKWll nearly 58 per cent of the hands arc n u m r is s 3 utictrHwhattl mado a much better one for her to her sash of crape lisso - taken from tho xu mro inuusij C3 employee oa ouuuay asbt assist t3S4SSI sfaom -- UUU great delight At that time a few Bhouldors in front and brought tries the proportion of establishments ah x 1 Si 9 0 1ISJ its Hpounds of cotton was all that could bo down to the waist in a V It and hands employed was 47 and 35 per 3 6 7 8 W11 Is Uie place to go if jou want anything in 7 12 HM U MtlTM CUIIUH AS Queensware Glassware Woodenwre cleaned by a single laborer In a day is hero caught with white and cent respectively wnn 3 1 lsjotnssstaInquiries made of h877SS 3jp7pssLi-flyellow primroses then doubled back A planter In Mrs Greenes presence - r the people concomed show that 23 per Diamonds Watches S3 lO --A-O a ti 4 si si r expressed a wish that a machino could in airy folds and caught up at the waist cont of the employes bellevo in the 45 71 si km SIM1113U 415 una tijuus bo Invented for tho work and she ad Â¬ behind and then arranged as a sash total prohibition of Sunday labor 89 Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc Clocks Jewelry Fine SiaSS3 JS3 over tho lace skirt at the back Tho vised him to consult young Whitney per cept and 41 per cent respectively April it t xTi si si 7 fetalis Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs flowers aro so placed on the shoulders If any ono can make the ma Â¬ a iHSii 7 s j favor limited prohibition and 38 per Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas saying pa 14U14J7 I3 bhsintw kk chine ho can At that time Whitney as to appear Hko epaulets auglO 1 y B teasiSl58C72j cent and 27 per cent hold any prohl a334A3 English house jackets to bo worn tion to be impracticable Tho above hod never examined a cotton boll Gold Headed Canes SHIS ItO 7Ji1 i ionn t 41 though he must havo seen tho plant ovor skirts of various kinds aro made figures aro chiefly of interest in view r s 11 13 u lSislnisiw vim u srr growing in the fields Ho wa3 ready of India cashmoro of softest texture Fine Razors Mnann3i sMistasfsas of tho fact that demands have been and 53 21 onough to undertake tho task but for and in beautiful dyos of olive moss 1 See 1st lr are now being mado for the limitation a ai 4 s- r Fine Pocket Knives two obstacles he had noithor money green almond Russian blue Roman or regulation of Sunday labor through Â¬ HiSiiirn 4 PAXD TIP CAPITAL STOCK kitiM4l IS nor tools An old collego friend sup- Â¬ cardinal and cream white When not out tho empire BradttreeCs i74uli93aiaian 200000 SpibsMa aa - money and braided or trimmod with gold or silver plied P9WI OJETOI35T3Sr AaiE3 Domestic Sewing Machines Whitneytho mado himselfthe tools gimps and galloons smocking Is em In a Washington Drug Store Mrs Greene and Miller who after Â¬ ployed and in this oaso there is either Young Man I want a job as a pro- Â¬ ward became Whitneys partner a smocked yoke the fulness below this AND ALL KINDS OF were tho only persons allowed to see gathered into a narrow waistband or scription clerk Druggist Do you know tho busi- Â¬ HO process of costruo the upper portion of the the SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES tionmachino in the of tho wonderful In- Â¬ ntberwiso full and a smocked Swiss ness bodico is but the news Young Man with confidence No C3 vention and its value got abroad and girdle dofines tho waist Tho sleevos AND before it was complete some wretches aro smocked at tho top on tho latter but I am willing to learn Druggist curtly Well I dont want broke open the building ono night and models and at tho wrists only with tho that kind of a clerk carried off tho unfinished machine former styles N Y Evening Post YOUR- Young Man with nerve Oh you Half mad with rage and despair tho dont want a man that is willing to The undersigned would respect nITan young man left the Stato for which ho In what months do people marry learn dont you Well theres noth Â¬ MAXUFACTUBErtS 0 nouncerto those contemplating builams was to create such groat prosperity A country minister in New England that they are prepared to contract for went back to Connecticut and thoro has married 93 couples Of these 17 ing mean about mo Til tako the jot and mix the medicines without learn BUildinss of Evcry DsscJinw completed his work But ho had wero married in December 14 in SepÂ¬ AND and SILVER and SatkfacSsn guaranteed scarcely oeon away irom savannan a tember 9 In Janunrv 8 oach In Juno ing Pm bound to have something to got now goods for proprietors ana im users or sccatsrs lieprcTad Perfestlea FiuWssfr da Estimates jaade fc of ibarge P134 wook when two other olalmants to tho j and October 7 eaoh 1 Mnrch April it or the Ho didnt gotlt thoro Trort Qiirrnnteai as Jtepreaentctt Washington ftrnkhed on appOcatfea oa short not invention had appeared and a few rSIay and November 6 in August Mid t BSOT FOB OATAIiOOTJi CrlUe- 0SiES3ffl33e moiitiis later tb aleltxi iiivoutlQH cama each In February mid July 10 35 CST Ss ContraLton nJ pr mf compensation tbv hig lnvontion 4 De Boges Cashmeres Lace Eloimees of all kinds White Goods in great quantity Fuel EbiM and Annan Suitings TROT7SERIIHS and VESTXIffS E3TTS PUENISHIITG GOODS WALL PAPERS ra OR To The Public j9lT BOOTS SHOES AND HATS WALLACE RICES Have just gotten in an immense stock of Goods A VUU to the XArge Silk Stores of Echl- goja and Dal JIara Anoccupatioa that appeals to any woman and more especially to an American ono is shopping in the largo silk stores Echigoya nnd Dai Mora which aro the Louvre and Bon Marche of this great capital as regards slzo and importance are places as full of entertainment as a theater Both oc- Â¬ cupy corners on great thoroughfares the one on the Nihom Bashi Muro Marchi and the other on the Odemma Cho and have waving curtains of black cloth with the crest and the name painted in white hanging as a screen on tho two open sides Within thoro is tho vast open space of tho first floor revealed in tho tmo glance The floor proper of this great room is raised a foot and a half from the stone walk surrounding it and is covered with the usual soft straw mats fitting closely together in ono clean glistening floor covering Tho sales Â¬ men and accountants sit here and there over tho vast area the book keepers being also cashiers and presiding over low desks where they keep books pa pors change and writing utensils Tho shoppers make groups on tho mats and women with beautifully dressed hair and men in sober silk garments gain wonderful picturesqueness with the heaps of rainbow fabrics heaped and unrolled about them Small boys selected chiefly with a view to tho shrillness and piercing qualities of thoir voices ono might think take something of tho place of tho cash in our largo stores Thoso boys bring out the armloads and baskctfuls of silks from the godowns for none of the stock of goods is ever in sight The purchasor asks for what ho wants and the small boy Is dispatched to tho godown and brings out successive loads It is etiquetto for these small boys to hall and cheer the arriving and as they do departing customer somo by out droning it nasal chorus that Is rather amusing when half drowned byother noises Wo lifted tho street curtain at Dal Maras tho other rainy day and found the matted area deserted of all but solitary statues in the way of at tentive clorks Immediately the bat- Â¬ talion of small boys sprang to their feet and began a caterwauling that deafened us When the chant was over they hurried off to one end where a steaming bronze urn various tea caddies and a shelved bos full of tea sets are kept to provide patrons with a cheering cup of pale amber tinted tea For an hour tho small boys ran to and fro baskets were carried back and forth and gold brocades that it takes a half hour of description and a con- Â¬ tinued calling for better or more to cvolvo from tho godowns come in lengths of four yards and a half for tho broad obis or sashes that aro points and of Importance tho show in tho dress of a Japanese woman The silk threads aro the purest and tho brocades woven of silk alone are as soft thick and yet pliable as leather and tho masses of gold threads while glistening like plates and pieces of chased metnl give stiff- Â¬ ness but not wiry bardnoss to tho stuffs Tho first quality pure gold thread brocades begin as low as 20 for tho 4 yard lengths but mount to 40 60 and oven 120 as tho quality of gold the fineness of the thread and weaving and tho thickness and weight of silk used Increase Tho 120 obis was in the art loan exhibition and was a miracle of fineness tho individual gold threads too fine to be noted and the design the old classic ono of dragons in the clouds There were two obis at 72 each that mado ono dream of tho day when his purso would bo full enough to buy only an Inch and a half One was on a delicate gray green satin ground with dozens of six inch gold dragons writhing up from conventional Bpray and wares in gold and white to a sky full of con- Â¬ ventional clouds of tho most softly Tho other tinted rainbow colors when unrolled was a river of sunshine and light across tho mats a plato of gold inlaid with silken threads that would dazzle and blind one In tho sun- Â¬ light Its design was a geometrical one of interlacing lines and circles suggesting Greek crosses In some of the shapes that immediately mado one compare it with Russian cloth of gold and tho garments of priests In rich Roman Catholic churches Tho modest brocades that were bought after this display of gorgeousnoss appeared to satisfy tho establishment but tantaliz- Â¬ ing visions of the green and gold and tho solid gold obis have haunted dreams and mnde life all envy and longing for Yeddo Cor St Louis possession -- patent In March 1794 and ho and Mr When yM An old widower says Miller began the manufacture of the pop the question do it with a kind ot The patent tlaugh as If you wero joking If she machines In Connecticut however was continually infringed accepts you very well If shodoes not upon and Whitnoy had to struggle you can say you wero only In fun hard to secure any reward for his laWhen young Jenkinson told his bor In 1801 tho South Carolina Leg Â¬ father that hed only been out on a lit- Â¬ for his in- Â¬ islature granted him 50000 old gentleman muttered vention but ho had to endure innu-Â¬ tle lark tho guessed thero was more swalmerable and vexatious lawsuits and de Â¬ that ho Indiana Farmer low than lark lays before ho got tho money ferment to Mary North Carolina allowed a per Now place it in a Mamma centage on tho machines and Raid HI work really under honorably for a number of years ana sontonco to show mo you In summer I love Mnrv atnnii 5t Tcnnessoo pledged herself to do tho Rural New same thing but basely repudiated her to ferment In the gardon Yorker struggled contract For years Whitnoy A merchant at Sanford Ga had on against an accumulation ot mis- Â¬ sell fortunes lawsuits the burning of hla a lot of melons that he could not machino and in order to got rid of them left factory false roports that his injured the fiber of the cotton tho re-Â¬ them in front of his store ono night morning fusal of Congress to allow tho renewal When ho went down tho next convinced ho was chagrined to find them all of his patent until at last that he would novcr receive a just there Â¬ Â¬ oui However Whltnoy received his FULL OF FUN CENTRAL UNIVERSITY THE NBXT SHBSMK WILL OPEN Wcuncsdaif Sept 12 GORMLBY GO The Prbparatokv Dbpartmext is under the suptrviin ef ihe Faculty and no pHim will be spared to niake 1 Madison County School nil thaVean be desired Our aim is i0 prepare boys for College and at lie time give u tlirwjh practical ediica Hon to those wh can wit laxe the reg- Â¬ ular course Hpeelal attention will be givet to Writing Composition BMk KeepiiiK and Civil Engineering Attention is called o the following communication freni one of our pa trons a prominent citizen of the com- Â¬ munity Mr BuriMin Mates clearly the method pursued Htl Hid character of work done in this department of tle LSJkODX IKFLNErS3 MAIN STKEET RICHMOND KY Ijt - KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R BLUE G BASS ROUTE- 1 Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati HARVEST EXCURSIONS MONTANA TTTT-et-nA- ChUrlie-dejectcdly-- Say St CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE QUEEN AND CRESCENT HOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads - Pricijial Points M East ana Soii Ies t Builder tfidit Trains epinnWlrefanlSiilf Alr jiswiKnnziiMf ttiinn AXI GRADES FRIGES All the Railroads andTMt Ee Travel amsSS a WALLCE BICE J A Higgins ilii STAPLE TO PISO EI2KIE2JI5 D P All THE OB STREET 88Ml5ft3i - Eswvxs2A JEWELER PAUCY OO ffiOCEEIES I -- OIC3 u3l3EIS v feseeee urssXI 1 rT3i SECHLER -I-- CO ftri ir OHIO BUILDERS BRimc m RBSa OOIHTRACTOBS Old Gold US1NESS PLEASURE VEHICLE Sft t2 F J CAS lJcr