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Hjf E NaatVAt Awj V JLH NtJMEER N T 21 VOLUME PI10FESSI0NAL DR A TsAcncE C re hours V M Iff r -- - y- - v - HICHMSNJDj A WORD WITH THE CITY FATHERS -- ApISON rCOtTNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1888 PARAGRAPHS Which made it necessary to bury the body at once The width of the gave was five feet and ten strong men were required to lower the corpse The fu eral was attended by a large cmicoutse of friends of the deceased Quite a sensation was created in col- Â¬ ored circles ou Tuesday morning by Richard Overstreet entering Hie school building and attempting to chastise the teacher Mr Lyons for undue pun Â¬ ishment of his child while attending school Mr Overstreet was not only Worsted by the attack but also given a black eye in the Recorders Court In the shape of a seven dollar fine It parents have grievances against teachers for supiiosed mistreatment of chil- Â¬ dren while attending school they idiould seek some other place of settlement than the school room as it dem irahas iug to the school Nicliolusvilte Demo Â¬ 1 Â¬ I CARDS T WlLKES8lITH Oatal sHirg eoaM Limited The Old Doctors Drew Wood modern doctors cleanse it fliouco the inereosed demand for Altera- Â¬ tives It is now well known that most diseases are due not to over abundance bat to imrluritv of the ninrwl nnl t Is equally well attested that no blood v medicine Is bo efficacious as Ayers i NEWS FULL OF FUN FACTS FOR hARMERS to Dentistry OFriCE Smhk J C MORGAN wit National Bank Itkilimoud a OFFHE Wlriltf Hfenolng Matnftreet dsdq to 11200 M jloo to t Sarsaparilla 1 Ono of my children bad a largo sore jncaa tf break oat on the leg Wo applied thinking S simple remedies for a whileBut it grew Uie sore would shortly heat We sought medical advice and Torse were told that an alterative medicine Mam elreet over Maili was necessary Ayera Sarsaparilla Clnrksvllte Semi Weekly Tobacco Leaf FTliers n word a wonl And I trust CI ly Fathers I may be heard For these wonNof mine they fchall be few Ueeuue theyre addressed to you to j ou For a word to theAvl c I believe tis said Is qullo bufllcieuti Ive heard It read And nlo said and I surratf e Youllinct m thl wnnl luyunui llVulu Olv City Of IlieUUpaveinpnmyouvehuve laid In Unrkxvllle tuwu I am afraid Fur as I went home tlm o herutKlit I tot my religion lost it quite Iieonuse I wiilked at a rapid pjee SuibbeU my loe Aim skluuediny face CiiMied Miss Ophelia Gilmore died at Dan- Â¬ ville Blue grass seed in Clark county 27 to 29cts A man with six marriageable daughters says thnt his house is a reg- Â¬ ular court hou30 every Sunday night Boston Post Do wo stop Passortfjar long enough af the next station td oat A No sir wo sandwich Conductor only stop tweaty minutes Life Brown I hoar Smith ha3 to chloroform his clothes overy night White What for Be Brown ikntso they aro so loud thsy keep him Exchange awake Dl D The mother of Mrs Tom Pitcher of Kicholasviile died at Chattanooga Thevmnchinp shops of the Louisville Southern road are to be located at Har rodsburg Stelli daughter of Capt Ky being drTj m poyntz FUVSKIA AND RORGEON rW m Serotiii street next to OFFICE iitest Drug Store june22if above all others wo used it with marÂ¬ velous results The sore healed and health ami strength rapidly returned Recommended G W EVANS MDM AND SURGEON Second street IHYSICIAN OFFICE junr22if DRS TAYLORS ASHE RICHMOND KY rraoitiner in Medicine and Surgery admirable remedy for the euro of blood diseases I prescribe it and it does the work evory time E h Pater M D Manhattan Kansas We have sold Ayers Sarsaparilla here for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to name the best blood purifier W T McLean Druggist Augusta Ohio Ayers inedfrinei continue to be tha standard remedies in spite of all com petition T W Richmond llear Lake Mich J J Armstrong Weimar Texas I find Ayers Sarsaparilla to be an tmrj 8r OFFICE Second stretfiver Dykes t Juu22t Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr J Price DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door lo Luxons JUp Stairs Rt idenee at Willis Hmise C Jl rnErAKED ht Ayer ic Co Lowell six bottles Worth Mass a bottle 43 iune22tf DR1HIL Offers lii i ibie OIIi iwfHiorjBl services to - ROBERTS -i Hie S drTu c ambrose ternoon W Office liiMjr 2 to 4 nUlitck in rt e in time store oh lower Main Ku nmHi1 Ky jiU27 ly tfA the af Â¬ Dflnscr W SMgftgi eK LA M Mzstfmmui mm fp fe sjATr o o ftTnlT for n mlnulo And fell from grace And all becaube of a wretched place On ynur IJ iX pavement lean trace The simile you unillo a out you sing Ive done injMjlf that very thing Just the other day a pair of legs That mi p ported a boy and a Uisltet of egg- Were twirled In air and nad to relate In the basket of eggs down the boy sale And a srocery clerk with mnlaes Jur Hlubbeil his toe mid eutdnwti ktr cliiig As dowu he went With a igrriUle vim The Iaies biiuply mo1aisasszed him A maiden too so demure nut sweel Picked herself up from the dusty street With nn angry scowl and beat a retreat Because she had shown and ankle neat A clergyman moved as slow as the dead Stubbed his big toe arid stood on his head As thetpaveroent lie ej ed He was heard to confess If I wiiiut a parson Id cuss now I guess Beloved City Fathonyotir shins are all sore And your pavements are coveted with cuss words and gore tlemove Oil remove them I deeply Implore And let us Clnrksvllllaiis fee them no more But If you wont do thee quite tinman acts Weve determined to kill jou these are the facts Well Mart you ont walking and steal your gold sper Let you stump your own toes and break your own nex O V Kiluow TOBACCO Crosierj formerly of Knoxville t invllle diet in WP Samuel Haddeu a prominent citizen of Clark county died at Kiddville jaged05 years ai The Kentucky Union road his bought the Clark and Montgomery turnpike Prioe paid 8000 v Tl GrimalUia said to TO chew you lip Thomas Fi z le Q owL like to c it che w doin It quoth Thomas wlthayowl Tbnfors Gazette Stranger addressing an old colored brioklayor Uncle whos building this house Colored Bricklayer jMr Hirshbug he build do house but Queen Ann she draweddoplani liar crxs Ba2at How is your employer Sambo Yos sah I heard ho bad a bod fall buts hes sufforin most from the re-Â¬ O tho action beforo ho fell sah Yos sah reaction came first did it do mulo kicked him ober Springfield Union Klrby Smith Wtlla and Miss Ahhte liHarti f Clark collntyi were hiarried on the 35th tilt Mr crat fcoNfcERNING FARMERS ITS tULTCKE AND USE 74nti Ill Editor of The Climax The only real plea wliicli mm put up for the culture of tobacco - tlii there is money in it We replj there is Imliviilual momentary money in converting com and rye into wJiii key and selliiid as a beverage But every considerate man nitHt fee lhal hy he tiiat ii not a Miflieknt roUHnn should cuise the land it h a wasting bnsine- - and whelm hi i fellow man in wretchedness misery and death A mail ought to 1iihi at the thought of gaining money at such a cwt He should engage in no bu iuess ou which lie can not ask the blew ing of god and the approvil of good men Rut ou ccieiiee aside will it pay The reader must even here suffer a postulate that which prostitutes the fertile portions of eartli to a culture that can not sustain man or beast yea poisons the pro- Â¬ ducer himscf can iiolultimalely pay It is sometimes true thtt u bu iuess considered in itself wiinotit reference to ultimate results eflects upon oilier businesses seeuiM to pay give momen- Â¬ tary profit Thus the holding nnd breeding of slaves did for a lime and to individuals seem to pay yield prof Â¬ it but when we considered tiie unnat-Â¬ ural condition the effect upon labor Itself ou the master and the slave father anil son enervating practices vicious habits the alienation fr m the State of capital and good men resaw that it did not ultimately pty even the slave holders themselves Bo it must ultimately be with the culture or tolucco every unnatural enervating corrupting system of labor or agriculture The ultimate eflects of the culture of tobacco may be seen by a survey of the Virginias and other portions of our country where tobacco has been raised for generations past At a gen- Â¬ eral trutli thrift does nut attend these portions of our country but just the reverse A good system ought to pro- Â¬ duce good results As previously intimated there may be exceptional cases There may be locations less exposed to wash There may be individual fanners who ob serve rotation in crops or raise small crops of tobjco here and there Hnch men may make some money nnd save their laid and themselves from disas- Â¬ ter But sppak of the general practice It is this that effects the country generally Too generally lie culture is that of a principal staple that from which the money is to be made Observation and experience show that the safe and successful system of agriculture is a varied system part of corn part nf wheat part of hay oat Ktatoes fruits wilhsome stock Willi such a system if one part fails others are likely to succeed at least save from disaster and ruin If ou the other hand the chief reliance is on someone principal staple hs that nf tobacco and that fails then the farmer fails the creditor fails nil fail Also such systems are credit systems This must be so with men who have h tract of land for tobacco or who take part of the crop as their part for the Ittbjr be Â¬ stowed These men buy almost all on which they or tlieir families sub sist These must pay Ihe middle- Â¬ a high prico for everything man bought because bought on credit with uncertain results In the coming crop far aside from drouth houseburn iua biliiy to care for the crop at the par-Â¬ ticular juncturesin gathering and pre- Â¬ paring for market the article when produced Is liable to greater fluctua- Â¬ tions in prices than any other article because confined to smaller arena aud more completely in the hands of Better fur the jioor man gamblers and family to lease for a varied culture ou which he and his futility cm sub Â¬ sist or work for dally wages But how with the man who has lauds of This reserved for our next his own Â¬ Â¬ iltfji tf msiciAX and Burgeon WHITE HALL KY VgCADrtciD Xj T SEXSMITil M D 21 24 RtTcULAfOBCO VTJ TW tiirs jn his profcoionl ic services to tlte tt 7 lyr M C HKATII J F COKNBMSON HEATH CORNELISON Practicing Phyfncigie Simnons St Louis Propr M ASnnmonsLivcrMediciiieEtM ljo in the U S -- Court DEI EATS J HZcilin Propr Q Simmons LirTuUtor Litd by Zeilin iheS al A S L M his for 47 year CI rid ISCIGESllOV BlLIOLSNFSS furrajArSlCK llEADACHIlOfcT 1 c x a ncaou raaor ai K ilChureh Adams Tenn writes I x saouic nave oen dead but kiuii or jour ocouine M A Sim- vm xi jiicaicine 1 nave sometimes bad to substitute The Original Wins CI III IIMOND ICJiXTOCKYI ifl r tlieir Hffe ikHal service lo Hie liiblie 4jnly ArraTiTE Sour Stomach Etc DR IhiIiIh GILES HARRIS OWJrjl cinei WACO KY Oiler hi rrofe4fHia survifens to the LTfeLEl ji4f g JL 1UHI 1IICI Medicine and have use J half of it i worK5tiKe a cnarnu 1 vraas no bett r Liver Itecul Uor acd ccr- Uicly no more of Zeilras mixture ct it dont answer the Dr I R Grarcs Editor Tit Baf tut Memphis Tcnn says DR S M D LETCHER KENI UtfK Y Street 49 to 1HYdItiIAX AND faURUEON RICHMON Office mi jF1r janly H W BRIGHT MD PHYSICIAN ami SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to White- - Diujj Store Hecial atteniion given to Microscop Â¬ ical and CliemHttl examinations of and fluids of the human body 2ijiiHetf ti-ne- fZisarrTitgJsghr rgjhCTSXv I J i V sVsrSf JJnJewvnFattLm DR C S HOLTON Hemeefiithic Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Office nCtTL - sj j ruSwCrv3lpJ yl fl y OTie 4 OO I- -M Special attention given to dreea es of winen and all dtmcult chronic cases Homeopathic uso tojfiiPftAI1coitoJ Cinclimati Iiidianapolis LAFAYETTE and r flj t MaittsStreet oTerD M BriffhUs The Popular Zdna between The Entire Tnici En TBSOCGH fflthott Clsre- Patients treated at a distance and medictncsseot to an v ad- - Pullman Sleeping Cars and Eleimnt So cltnlne Chair Cara on Night Trains SwW waISS2fc Watrniflcont Parlor Cara on Say Trains CHIOAG SOIiTD TJc ESTWIEN C B O DR H R GIBSON Prictitioner in Medicine fc Surgery 51 51 RED HOUE KY r VXTJI3 DR T JiFAIN UNION and Tsadslis Xiao Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Pnllman Reclining Chair Cars New First Class Coache Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run throueh riUiout change between Cindnnati and St Louis Cincinnati and St Louis Emllnar TU the C L SU L Four wElogant Reclining Chair Cars v Brrwiia T1A CITYtiY the Oflers liia profestinnal services to Itililic Office at Powelisstore Ciiicinnati and Peoria HI THE Idimpslis Pscria Ills T J MARLINa V S CI Kt I Cnd I B A W Short Line Reclining Chair Cars CommodiousprrwgEW St L andTrA WHCds At Chicago St Louis cad Peoria close and ha mediate connections are made with alt Lien to and from the orthiret TTest end Soatlnret Itrtijh TItlrU and Easfifs Cll U all frlidpil rInli Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I- Coupon C Ry also via this lice at allcountry Ticket Offices throughout th -- veterinary Office Ontario Veterinary College s surgn - aI Via SHEU50H ni liM Isk RICHMOND at Pox a Stable - - KENTUCKY PARRISH TURNER j Attorneys At Law KY Hpecial attention uiven to abslracting titievs to lands in Eastern Kentucky lOHN RICHJIOD ECAN0talPMSndTkt5tnt CIHCINNATIQ Comer Main ami oecond Malrs Office in Climax building Streets up June 2i If K E The Milleb Organ JS THIS FINEST J2TD BEST Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTDCKY OFFICE witli C F R Bur - AJitne 22 tf iiam 011 Firtt StreeL E T BURNAM vaSMfk llzntSBSKIlSxrI iTYnmMi b Attorney raCLaTOj RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE nii Fln t street same as lormerly occupied bv County Judge Miller oct6 - ly J A SULLIVAN 9 1 9 sal r it T v isflSll s ttsWsT i CS v 3 Attorney at Law7 KY RICHMOND Office on Second Street POWELL jane 22 tf itstBn4satiiebcad illmdnaBt HT v Iff fZli ivwsi UU rt tTH Of OUT lineintlKIWli vemnti mm AfMi wmBS la yeas if r tttrVi John G Fee A J ED Clerks i- j W- - rji i IO OTIIEK llOHAlVON lo Will practice la MadJrfIaiyoimnB counties ami WilTeCourti AppeaPofllee over Clreuk jane 22 tf office 1 At Hopeston III Dr I N Bishop extracted a tooth for his wife and at Â¬ tempted to relieve her pain by an exercise of lilsniesmerio powers over her He made a few movements over her face when the t crcatned and fell dead She was not subject to heart dieae Â¬ W S MOBERLEY XaaciT 1- Attorney at Office RJCHMONPKY corner Main onfl FirsT streets up itairi over Ramseys - Sitting Bull the noted Indian war- Â¬ tAND rior with about seventy of his braves through Winchester Sunday on Large and rnost complete stock in pawed Best his way home from Washington The Our motto Central Kentucky entire Company took dinner at the Go6ds ahcTLowcst uonststeni rncci PCARROLL restaurant Lucleit Beckner bought 77 and 79 W Main St the Chiefs pipe for S3 00 Lexington Kv jaau ij GRASS FIELD t D C Terhuue bought last week of L Gi Matt AMier the lumber king of Lytle Hudson twenty two year- Â¬ Ford w 111 be married November 8h W ling mules at 90 Mr Terhuue has to Mi s Lizzie Post of Minnesota purchased in the past six weeks 110 Mr Thomas J Fry of Kansas City yearlings and 210 mule colts Danville formerly of Danville and Miss Hettie Advocate McConn of Salvisa were married on A J Alexander of Woodburu Stock the 23rd Farm sold fourteen head of trotting Mr F M George of Chattanooga7 stock to W R Allen of St Louis lor Tenn and Miss Minnie E Sandusky 23000 cash Yarrow 2 year old by of Jessamine county were married Lord Russell dam Yoluiide bringing last week the highest price 5800 Judge Wm Lindsey has been nomi Â¬ At the Richmond Va Tobacco Ex nated for the Slate Senate by the Dem- Â¬ position the first premium 011 Hurley ocrats of Anderson Franklin and Mer- Â¬ wrapper was taken by Gofl Sou of cer counties Shelby county Ky The premium Stephen Marrs a prominent citizen hogshead was afterward sold at auction of Lancaster died of pneumonia aged and brought 310 per hundred or over 82 years He had been a member ol 4000 for the hogshead Hie Presbyterian church for half a cen- Â¬ Hon W T Jones bought from Lin tury coln county parties last week G6 bead At the recent meeting of the Lexing- Â¬ of slop cattle weighing between 1000 ton Fair Company the Treasurers re- Â¬ aud 1100 pounds also 20 fat heifers port showed that the recent Fair averaging 1100 at 3 cents Heeold lo brought them out 100 in debt owing Iiouls Rmibey of Lexington 20 butch- Â¬ to the rain er heifers averaging 750 pounds for 3c W G Montgomery was sentenced to To M A Young 15 yearlings mixed the penitentiary for life by the Owen in quanity averaging 700 pounds at Kicholasviile Dem Circuit Court for the murder of his 815 per hundred sweetheart Miss lone Kittson in Febu ocrat ary 18S7 J A Ramsey reports the sale of Miss Mollfe Lester aged 18 years and Frank Khnn Wednesday ns well at- Â¬ daughter of John Lester of Mercer tended Milch cows 21 In 32 year Â¬ 1750 good steer county took poison and died because ling heifers good she heard her lover was about to marry calves 16 50 hogs 515 per hundred baood mares30 to 200 J A Ram Â¬ another girl sey reports the sale of C A Sullivan Judge Alviu Duvall has accepted the admiustrator Oct 23d as well attend- Â¬ call to become a candidatefor Mayor ed Milch cows common 20 to 530 of Frankfort He will be opposed by steer ralves 14 hogs 5J cts corn in Mayor E H Taylor Jr who is al Â¬ shock 140 per bid 5000 lbs of good ready announced lor the position tobacco crop of 1883 9 cts Winches Â¬ John Pierce who was recently em ter Democrat pto ed as book keeper by Mason Lock- Â¬ A large crowd was present at the er Co railroad contractors oil the sale of Mrs Maria Beau on Iliursday Kentucky Union was placed In jail J A Ramsey auctioneer reports the in Mt bterling this week In a state of sale ot the following property d violent insanity 4 70 steers 1 COO lh weight Mason Locker Co who have the per cwt good 2- - ear old steer of 1225 415 per cwt plain two- contract for building the Kentucky lbs weight Union from this cily to K U Junction year old steers weight 1200 lbs 3 CO have now about 100 hands at work good yearling steers 800 lbs 30 each 16 heller calves one fourth of whom are Swedes and good steer calves Italians a large portion of the remain- Â¬ 11 milch cows 18 to 2850 good der bing native labor Winchester heifers weight 1000 lbs 2S yearling heifers 830 lb 2205 hogs 485 to Democrat 515 per cwt one pair aged mules Mr W T Baldwin sold this week 195 filly 85 The farm his livery stable ou Depot street now of 184 acres well improved wus bid to occuplpil by Moses Masters to Mr 02 per acw and Win- Â¬ Yantis of Lancaster Ky Price paid chester Democrat withdrawn 4500 possession given January 1 We paid a vislt nf inspection this 1889 He nl o recelly sold his residence property on Harrodsburg street to Mr week to the new factoiyofthe FarmBoss Robinson for S3000 Kicholas- Â¬ ers Blue Grass Seed Cleaning Com Â¬ pany This is one of the enterprises viile Democrat Harvey K Green and Miss Willie of which our city is proud it being the most complete establishment in the Quisenberry of Montgomery county world The Company is composed of were married last week also Richard a number of our substantial farmers J Hunt aud Miss Jessie vVilkersnn and its fiuunciul standing is rated very Miss Birdie Brent and Mr Chas M high in the commercial reports J W Grubbs Miss Zerilda Craig nod Mr I Presideut and R P Tay- Â¬ James Knox Mrs E K McAfee and Prewltt lor Secretary The building is 48 by Miss Eula Keld Mr C W Howe 80 feet three stories high Are proof Hauly and Mr Sterling H Price and cost about 12000 It is furnished Milt Lawrence who at the last term throughout wiih the latest and most of the Circuit Court was sentenced to Improved machinery which under five years in the penitentiary for shoot Â¬ tiie practical management of F T ing his wife ami who has since been in Martin Is producing splendid results jail awaiting the result of an appeal to It consumes about 600 bushels per day the higher courts was conveyed to of the rough seed the loss of which in Frankfort last Tuesday the Court of Ap cleaning is about 15 per cent Two Deals having aflirmed the decission of grades fancy and extra are made and the lower court Winchester Demo- Â¬ a large demand for It has already crat sprung up dealers preferring its pr In Anderson a party of young men ducts as it is largely grown by the started out hunting Thursday morning fanners composing the Company but had not gone far when he gun car- Â¬ The Company have about 30000 bush Â¬ ried by J W Towsen was acciden- Â¬ els ou haod and the total output for the tally discharged The entire load took a ison will amount to 100000 bushels etlect in one of his hands making am The blue grass seed crop has long been utatlon necessary He is the oldest no iusiguifjcaul item iu the farmiug son of Ben Towsen the stage line pro- Â¬ economy of this section and the I m petus thus given by this new industry prietor formerly of Danville cau nut fail to be of great benefit to our Elder J G Livingston of Crab Or farmeis Wiuchsster Dem ocrat chard returning from Goshen church was attacked by Lucius Perkins ami TO STOP A RUNAWAY HORSE another party who were lying in readi ness for lilnr Perkins threatened to A Boston policeman uho has dis Â¬ shoot him claiming that be Living- Â¬ tinguished himself iu stopping run Â¬ ston in one of ids sermons said tint husbands should be kind to their wives away horses gives a local paper the Â¬ intending it as a personal allusion to following points ns to how to accom- Â¬ plish thiit end with the greatest sucPerkins Perkins was arrested and Â¬ held in bond of 200 for his appearance cess When you see a runaway com200 to ing do not try to cheek him by 11 rusli before the Circuit Court and from the opposite direction or the side keep the peace for you will be immediately knocked W M McCorkle the man who hired flat by the collision but instead pre- Â¬ a horse and buggy at the Iteea House pare yourself fur a short run with the stables last week ostensibly to go horse Measure with your eye the disto Owlngaville but- - whose arrest at tance and start for the run while he Is Lawrence burg was detailed in our last yet some way off perhaps ten feet iu issue was brought here Wednesday by the case of fair to medium runaways Tom Moore mid lodged in jail His You may depend upon bis keeping a examining trial was held next day straight Hue for a really frightened Judge Jones and in default of 000 horse is half blind and uould not veer bail he was committed to jail to await for a steam engine He will go straight the action of the grand jury Wiu ahead until he smashes Into something cbester Democrat So do you get close to the litieou which rushing and as he passes you to the he is One of the oldest subscribers grab the reins near the saddle Gather New York Observer Mrs Mary Howe the reins firmly and then leaning Root who has read every number from backward ps you run give them a its first issue In 1823 died In Buffalo on powerful yank You may be able to the 15th lust in her ninety sixth year brace yourself somewhat as you give She was born at Farminglon Conn this jerk half sliding on your feet January 3 1704 was admitted to the The strong jerk on the bit tells the communion of thechnrcli In heryotilh horse that he again has a master aud under the ministry of the Rev Noah prepares him for the final struggle A Porler D D father ot ex President step or two forward aftei the first yauk Porter of Vale College do It again This Is the finishing stroke it never falls when given by a of Mr Hannah Elli The remains the phenomenal obese woman who determined man The horse is on lis Keep n firm pull on the died at Bellevue Ky were entered at lmmirhes reins till you grasp the horse by the MooreV HIM Ind In the cemetery The iloor of Use public vault was noi nostrils and hold hint so till he is pud large enough to admit the huge coffin fled Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Three-year-oltwo-year-o-ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- before Donner Lieutenant wakingup wetter Already ten oclock John why did you not wake mo when I ordered I have already John wakened you several timos but per Â¬ haps you have not heard me Ffie gende Blatter Student not very clear as to his lesson Thats what tho author says any way Profe3sior I dont want Student the author I want you despairingly youve got Well me Philadelphia Quiz lie had just deoiinod her proffered hoartj but wishing to softert the blow But t will always Was about to add be a when the fair girl raised Hush George she said her hand when your budding mustache is as long as the whiskers on that chestnut you can use it for a muffler Texas Siflings said Mulcahey Phats thlm pointing to tho llfe prosorvors on deck Those are life preservers said the Oh aro officer llfe prservars they Thin why dont yez sind thlm to ther hoshpltals whore theres plinty dying and dying all thotoime bedad Ocean Yes poor BUvin3 doos Steve look melancholy as you say Ho still suffers from the consequences of an early love affair Maud instantly in- Â¬ Oh terested tell me Did the young lady die or prove false Steve Time Neither She married him He was doing very nicely In tho parlor when a solemn voice came through tho open window from the porch That young man makes mo very tired Dont bo alarmed Mr Sampson said the girl as he hastily started up it is only Polly our par- Â¬ I understand Its tho parrot rot ho replied but I would llko to know V Y Sun a who taught hor to talk Whon tho cattle aro put on the grass too early both aro injured Nono but a good farmer can make eight per cent on borrowed money and he is the last farmer to do it Tho best authorities on the sub ject say that a ton of corn fodder well cared is wottlt as much as a ton of clover hay Lampblack mixed with strorig vinegar wil mark sheep so that it will remain a year and will not injure wool as do far and paint Sorting fruit and vegetables ac- Â¬ complishes two thingsi It protects the sound and rids the cellar of tHe sources of unwholesome exhalations Tho average farmer luw no time to act as nurse to puny plants and vine For this reason only hardy and prolific sort3 are suitable for planting itt the farm garden Fire is the best preronttvo of dis- Â¬ ease iti orchards and tineyardsi If all iiio old wood bo piled tip atltl burned it will greatly lessen ds ease and insect attacks It should be dona early in the season It is becoming clear to the ieast observant farmer that not only must ho mix his crops bnt become a stofck farmer if ho would maintain the fer- Â¬ tility of his land and lessen the drudgery of his occupation Plowing is as hard werli cm horses as any on the farm It is therefore A poor plan to put young horses at plow- Â¬ ing for their experience Even old liorso3 should bo hardened before they aro put f o the nlow steadily -- SHACKELFORD DEtX03BC3VO3SrX GENTRY ISLaUaSTTTJOEL- i CO - II The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Eurnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF TIIE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THESAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a hrge stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other fines that wa handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac for Tobarf Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated f Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper Can find all she wants lor kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all Jk trante under our roof Machinery Traee dkMt c Hames Hay forks Shovels The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants Wood workman can find the oniy complete stock of Iran The Blacksmith and Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the own We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask aM to came ami They tM see for themselves the stock of gotsls we keep in ow 127 foot store home find THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS M MISQUOTED FamllUr Eprr-S-llo- LINES Quoted Wrong That Are Generally H is a peculiar faculty of human memory to misquote proverbs and poetry and almost invariably to place the credit where It does not belong Nino men out of ton think that The Lord tempers the wind to the shorn lamb is from the Biblo whereas Lawrence Sterne is the author Pour Â¬ ing oil upon troubled waters Is also ascribed to the sacred volume whereas It Is not there In fact no one knows Its origin Again wo hear people say The proof of the pudding Is In chewing tho This Is arrant nonsense and string The proof of the the proverb says pudding is in tho eating thereof and not in chewing the string Nothing is mora common than to w We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our Wines and only Our Mr Gentry heme a practical mechanic hi most competent workmen give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE PAIRING J as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way The way to bnlfd up the shoep in Â¬ markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the hottom pricef tho flocks go and that benefit we give to our customers dustry is to weed ont Dont forget that you can always mad the for greater capacity for mutton and lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliaWe houe of increase in the individual and put a SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO smaller flock on overy farm whero mch2t tf if wool they will pay their way oven isnt worth a cent a pound Sweet potatoes fertilized with chemicas re fairer in appoaranco and better in quality than are those grown with stable manure- - They ard also loss liable to fungus diseases black 9 rot and yellow rot However those disorder are mainly averted by caro D Jtib in managementof the hotbed lcss tho incrunsel use of chemical manures has also promoted the health of the sweet potato AT McKEES OLD STAND Horses at hard work need special care both in food and general treat- Â¬ ment They can not do hard work on Cor Richmond Ky Main grass alone and should have a proper ration of oats An occasional wash ing in addition to currying and brush- Â¬ ing will help keep the coat in good order Uso a cotton sheet to keep off llies Water frequently and thoy will not drink to excoss Clean and sweet stables promote tho health of the ani- Â¬ mals To dig sweet potatoes thore is nothing bettor than tho four pronged pi tato hook with prongs at least four-Â¬ teen inches long The tubers should be carefully handled so as not to chafe or GOODS TRUNKS VALISES bruse them If possible dig potatoes GENTS in bright weather digtill noon letting tliom lio on tho ground to dry in the sun and pick up in the afternoon Tho saiuo force will Lo employed more than tho latter half of the day to pick up assort and storo what it dug in tho former halt 1 First and Strsets - SLilCiP JL JtJLJL Jlii Lj3r9 HATS CAPS FliilSHli Umbrellas Walking Canes An Honest Fisherman A superb line of CuAs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery hear Pastor Well Brother Jonson have you been fishing again Jonson Yes sir and had good luck as usual Pastor Im glad to hoar that Broth Â¬ er Jonson I hope you havent ac- Â¬ quired the one bod habit of fishermen Jonson You mean lying No no Mr Goody You see Im always so busy pulling in six and that really I dont have time to think up a lie that I wouldnt be caught in as soon as I told It Washington rosl eight-pounders A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all 4 1 A man convinced against his will Is of the same opinion still This is an impossible condition of mind for no one can be convinced of ono opinion and at the same time hold to an opposite one What Butler wrote was eminently sensible He that compiles aga nst his will Is of bis own opinion still Still Plodding A famouc passage of Scripture is often misquoted thus Ho that is without sin among vou lot him car the first stone Let him It should bo first cast a stone Sometimes wo aro told Behold how great a fire a littlo matter kin Be-Â¬ dlejth whereas St James said hold how great matter a little fire klndleth which is quito a different There are hundreds of farms in this country upon which the feet of a pure- Â¬ bred or oven a cross bred animal have never trodden while the owners of the farms do not oven know the names of tho breeds of horses cattle sheep or swine- - They fttrta as they always have done and as their fathers did and are satisfied to plod on their way failing behind in the great race for progress and leave tho world without having ac-Â¬ complished any thing more than to leave tho results of their labor behind which should however havo been more judiciously applied Ex The Banana as Food other kinds of suits Underwear in profusion Prices to meet the demands of Â¬ thp times aprlStf W B WHITE 3ME 3cT ZEj DFL Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Kichmond Ky S thing According to ono authority ono pound of bananas contains more nutri Â¬ ment than three pounds of meal or as many pounds of potatoes while as food it is in evory sense superior to the wheaton bread Although It grows tnay2 tf spontaneously throughout the tropics when cultivated its yield is prodigious Immodest words admit ot no defense for an acre of ground planted with For want of decency is want of sense though it would puzzle any one to find bananas will return as much food the verses in his writings They wore material as thirty three acres of wheat To send us 40 cents written by the Earl of Roscommon who or over one hundred acres of potatoes It is not generally understood that for one of our died before Pope was born Honesty is tho best bananas fried baked or roasted aro Franklin said policy but tho maxim is of Spanish very appetizing and that sliced and origin and may be found in Don Quix- Â¬ placed in a dish with alternate slices of orango they make a most delicious ote Philadelphia Times dessert Exchanqe How Rhymes Are Made A devilfish or ocean vampire war FARM WREHCHE3 Poetry is a more mechanical art accidentally caught near Tampico than most people believe Fred Mexico in a fishing saino recently Light Handy and Strong wilt Outwear sd OutLatham who is a cousin of Lord last two Ordinary Wresebes were thrown around tho mon- Â¬ Tennyson has told mo that when tho Ripos ster and by tho aid of horses it was laureate is writing a poem he con- Â¬ drawn to the shore It weighed two As ThTwcii structs a rhyming dictionary of his ions and when spread ont on tho Household S D Set own thus A b c d o f g h i j beach dead presented every appear- Â¬ k 1 m n 0 p q r s t u v w x y ance of an enormous bat or vampire oar iaterchanzeaWe bkVw i frw 4rhr anrt 2 rfefcuOrt Atiia same all uockeii tea new wood z It measured fifteen feet long and s n a ilu niBiu n When he has written a lino say seventeen feet wide from the edges of thA fftrui Knt fi F on nndl MSI SO Where Oaribel low Ueth the pectoral fins and its ruoulh was He starts down the alphabet hunting fivo foot across A number of them Ask Your Local Dealer them for a rhyme getting buyeth crieth he has for them had boon seon for somo time but all for you orifwe will at pot them he w ill grt prior ed f ithrr on rwipt of slgheth dieth lioth tleth try-eth ifforts to catch ono had proved futile asaboTO Send ttantp for or UlMttrafd cata vieth and so on out of which logue of course it is the easiest possible CO feLLSICH You think you take tho cream thing to get the lino sarcastically remarked the pitcher as Plantsville Conn The oak tree thick leaved ambrosial sighetb ho stuct his noso over the edge of the 51 ai when tho proper timo comes to intro- Â¬ onp And then as the laugh went duce that verse into the poem Usual- Â¬ around the coffee wondered If It was The BUTBBS GUIDE is ly Lord Tennyson conceals the art by because he was so weak that evory issued March ami Sept which he gets to his rhymes by putting one roasted him Betroit Free Press each Tear It is an enoy- the manufactured line first and letting jclopedia of useful infer-mation for all wo pur Â¬ the second one carry the real burden At ono of the schools for negroes in the chase the luxuries or the of the thought as any ono who will South the girls learn housekeeping prac- Â¬ necessities of life Wo tically by being placed four at a time and ti clothe yoa and farnih 70a with read Locksloy Hall critically will for a month at a time in a cottage where all the necessary and unnecessary see H B Bees in Chicago News they live and have complete control under appliances to ride walk dance sleep tho oversight of a matron They keep cat Ash hunt work so to ohurch or stay at home and in various aises Tho old belief that moro light strict account of their expenditures pracÂ¬ styles and quantities Just figure out economy and swoep cook wash and haired porsons than dark become in Â¬ tice what is required to do all these things gone the way of other ancient Iron sane has COMFORTABLY and you can aalceafarr estimate of tho value of ths BTJTKBS Watsbxeloxs ior tho Christmas dinner delusions Out of the 165 patients who GUIDE which will be seat npen said It are being treated in tho Kirkbride In- Â¬ are not an impossibility put Isaway that receipt of 10 cents to py aooMee they Will keep perfectly if ia a sane Asylum in Philadelphia all ex Â¬ mow of well cured hay free from damp Â¬ CO MONTGOMERY WARD cept four aro of decidedly dark com Â¬ ness UI 1I4 Llicblgsn Avenue OfeioegoIU plexion 14 20 We also hear that a miss Is as good as a mile which is not as sensible or forcible as tho true proverb A miss of an inch is as good as a mile Look beforo you leap should be And look beforo you ero you leap Pope is generally credited with havÂ¬ ing written Rough and Dressed Xiiinifoer B H MYEES Bewsre of Fnad r KS irastaawedoa Uso bottom ot all mr utiumcA pnm rttoes before learfew tbe factory wl Hie wearers sgalut high prices and tafein ifsdMiyjifeM w - raraelajt atecs at a i dueed Driee or aajra he has tbem witkutti ebj hb sad price stamped oatte bottom pet Mmdewma T- We Want Youi CAUTION sxraua UlSsm rJfeSjmrilTmmmag mM aHsmmk Ml Â¬ YOU WAIST taSanSf nsnsnV Vs9aflnsP a -- HsSeSBK jElSWnasmnaBnV L DOUGLAS GESTXKMKX fco Th oalT fair S3 SKAMTKSS SO T A CItS or tVAX TKBAI to hart the feet can u haad tewed as WIT I NOT ltll orlpnat i FOR htsMe AV itROCKXON XAS5 Agf t JACK FRBEHAN S J4 DOUGLAS 81 SITOE the te welt 4 rfcae BajaaU bo eoattar txom SB to S roMCE tv nouorAS Railroad Mra as4 Latter Cerrlnra aH wear Shoe So Tacas Saaoath IimM a a Hwl or WaxThfwrt M hart then la nm TrIOrGIAS-5e-HOK B- Call Shoe for tl prfc i lor heavy w-Ti IIiIDHLAS AT WORKING hi for MANS SHOK h the heat wrarllae wrM Tcar a pair oasht ta reawh war ts shok boys f Nxil Mtorte the wrJL thehe tt AV InOlCAN tfllS YOBTHf School Shoe aims the rmall Dy a chance lo wear the heat swn hi thr wort If not Button ud I All atarie In seM lir rnnr tealw writ AV I DOIGLAS aart mtlr I haD- l se ftd Sa shoe Tnl - iox nu fnnt Rkkfttta Ey School Books at Whites sad St near Gamete Owe Drug Stora tf I 16 1L tional greatness And mindful of tlie afflictive dispen sation with which a portion of our land lias been visited let us while we humble ourselves before the power of God acknowledge His mercy in setting Â¬ bounds to the deadly march of pestilence aud let our hearts be chastened by sympathy with our fellow couutry- men who have sutlered aad who mourn And as we return Hunks for all the bieteings whioh we have received from our heavenly Father let us not forget that he has enjoined upou us charity This time you can eat your aud on this day of thanksgiving let turkey on the 29th says Grover us remember the poor and needy so that our tribute of praise and gratitude elsewhere in this issue may be acceptable In the sight of the -- Yellow fever continues at Jack Â¬ Lord sonville About 42S5 cases to Done at the city of Washington on dale with probably 370 deaths the first of November eighteen hun- Â¬ Leealtr deaths continue to occur dred aud eighty eight and in the year of iiHlepeiMlence of the United State the one hundred In Ih Liverpool for tlie week end Â¬ witness whereof I and thirteenth sign Â¬ have hereunto ed Oct 3d 4S000 bales of cottjn ed iay uame aud caused the seal of the were sold of which 38000 were United States to be affixed ed in Roaklord last night In fact I visit the pkce one Sunday in ovory month and hold services PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Do you know Schweinfurlh BY THE- was further asked I do not who is he 1 Co He is the man who claims to be Christ who has como to reign FRENCH TIPTON - Editors upon earth wm u WHITE J What why Im astonished why noj I have not so much as PRICE PBIt YEAR 150 heard of him I shall inquire WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1886 about the imposterh Another man was asked if he knew Schweinfurlh THE ELECTION Well no only by sight They say ho is a crazy harmless sort of Tlie returns from nine counties fellow who lives out in the conn in this Congressional district give try not far from town Nobody Governor McCreary about 8500 pays any attention to him majority lie having carried all of Another man was interviewed them The Republican majority with like results Thus the scrip in the remaining four counties will tural remark was verified probably be 1500 giving the dis THURSDAY H0VEM15ER 29TH trick to McCreary by the handsome majority of 2000 The ma Tire subjoined is the text of the jorities are as follows Anderson Presidents proclamation Constant thanksgiving and gratitude 500 Shelby 900 Mercer 450 are due from tlie American people to Boyle 100 Spencer 000 Jessa Almighty Ood for His goodness and mine 217 Garrard 25 Lincoln mercy which have followed them since 400 Madison 200 lotal 3392 the day He made them a Nation and Tlie Republican majorities in vouchsafed to them a free Government With Rockcastle Laurel Jackson and stantly loving kindness He has con- Â¬ led us in the way of prosperity Owsley will reduce the above to and greatness He has visited with 2000 punishment our fahorlcomings but The Governor carried six out of witli ureat care He has warned U3 of the nine precincts in Madison our dependence upon His forbearance and has taught us county Glade went 170 against His Holy Law is the that obedience to price of a contin- Â¬ him and Yatos 58 Poosey chip uance of His precious gifts ped in to pHll the county majority In acknowledgement of all that God han done for us as a Nation and to tlie down to 200 end that on au appointed day the It was a fine days work for the united prayers and praise of a grateful Governor and an excoHent Con country may reach the Throne oi grasBjRH is returned for the third Grace I Grover Cleveland President of the United States do hereby desig time nate aud set apart Thursday the Carlisle iH tlie Covington dis twenty ninth day of November instant trict Caruth iH tlie Louisville die a day of Thanksgiving and prayer trict and Breckinridge in the to be kept and observed throughout Lexington district were re elected the land On that day let all our people sus Â¬ Cleveland has carried tlie solid pend their ordinary work and occupa- Â¬ Sonth New Jersey and Con Â¬ tions and in their aeou tomed place of worship with prayer and songs of necticut Several special telegrams from praise render thanks to God for all His mercies the Cincinnati Enquirer to The which have for the abundant harvests awarded tliel toil of the Climax received up to midnight husbandman during the year that has placed New York and Indiana in past ami for the rich rewards that tlie doubtfnl list The city of New have followed tlie labors of our people in their shops and their marts of trade York and Brooklyn so far as heard and traffic Let us give thanks for from gave Cleveland 67000 ma peace ami for social order and content- Â¬ jority Queens county and Rich ment within our borders and for our mond county will increase it advancement in all that adds to na Â¬ -- THE CLIMAX Climax total ot 518000 as the weeks receipts as against SiilOOO last year Phiktikg The trial of William Means and John officern of the Metro- Â¬ politan National Bank of Cincinnati for violation of the national banking laws has been continued until the February lei m of the United States Court at Cincinnati owing to the illness of Means Tlie bail of the latter who was It DeCamp late Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ making it 77000 That ilemonetrates that the State is close Four years ago two days were required to determine the count It is probable that Cleve land k elected but by no means certain The indications are that Ken lucky has gone 40000 and that at leaat one Congressman has been gained by the Democrats 10000 Â¬ Â¬ American Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky held in Louisville Hon Jas D Black of Barbourville was electÂ¬ At the recent session of tlie By the President T F Bayakd Secretary of State - Gbovek Cleveland NEWS PARAGRAPHS died Â¬ ed Grand Master This is a good time to buy short- Â¬ horns They cant get any lower Bavkl S Tones late of Lincoln counthere must be a rise at no great ty died suddenly at Piano Texas ia Montgomery Couuty J Morrison Cox aged 82 years distance in the future Granville Henry Carrier and George Privitt Cecil sold 43 head in Boyle coun ty at the exceedingly low average both of Lincoln county were killed in of 31 Good graded cattle would a railroad accident in Pulaski county have brought better prices Tlie wklow of Justice David Davis was married at Fayettevllle N C Tuesday to Ex Congressman Wharton 70000000 Â¬ Green By good authority it is estimat ed that the next Govermont census which will be two years hence 1890 will show a population in the United States of 70000000 The immigration since 1SS0 has been 4500000 Tlie number will have reached 6000000 by the next census It is an enormous population for one country but there should be no fears of two many people so Jong as hundreds and hundreds of square miles of territory remain with scarcely an inhabitant Â¬ Â¬ A cotton mill which will employ 350 hands and operate 11000 spindles and 200 kirns was started at Dallas Texas Monday Miss Susy Hawthorne lister of Mr Urey Woodson of the Oweosboro Messenger was married to Lt Conway of the U S Navy on tlie 1st Â¬ Miss Carrie Cullum daughter of Sen ator Galium of Illlnoio a native of Wayne county Ky is to be married to R G Hardie of New York on the 14th t i i h Jaok Fleming a deputy marshal of Kansas City Mew his brains out in the DUB1UM room of the Criminal Court while that Hon M J Durham of Danville tribunal was In session No cause is former Congessman from this dis- known tor tbe suicide trict continues to guard the Na By nn explosion in the Kettle Creek tional Treasury and sees that no coal mines near Look Haven Peuu leaks occur not even in a small Saturday nignt fiften persons were way so far as his office is concern- killed outright and of the four Injured ed The Baltimore Daily Herald who were brought out one has since says Chief Justice Fuller has died been in Washington for several At Nshyille Judge Jackson of the days looking after the new house U 8 Circuit Court sentenced Mrs Sa which he has purchased and in- rah E Green to pay a fine of 1000 or tends shortly to occupy Happen- Â¬ go to prison for obtaining pensions by ing to think ot the matter he put making false pffidavits that her hushis commission in his inside pock- Â¬ band was dead et and dropped in on Milton J Durham First Comptroller of the is Bob Bl ack tlie wounded engineer improving since Dr Bo wen trepanTreasury to get the accumulated Ralary attached to that office which ned his ukull and bids fair to get well crisis will about He is he supposed to have been accruing Thethe Bourbonbe House Fridayis being at and ever since his confirmation b3r the on red for by his sister a niece aud Senate But an unexpected ob- Odd Fellows of this city He isthe a stacle presented itself Comptrol widower and worth 10000 and car ler Durham refused to fork over on ries a life policy f S8000 Bourbon the ground that Chief Justice Ful- New ler had not been sworn in and the Chief Justice found that there was Johu Wilbtott of Garrard was ar- Â¬ no law to influence the pragmati- rested in Mereor on a charge of feloni cal oM Kentucldan So this odd ously keeping a S20 gold piece whiuh Mrs Head alleges she gave him for decision stands and rightly too some apples iu mistake for a sliver dollar but lie wax acquitted on the tes- Â¬ DIDXT KNOW SCHWEINFURTH timony of Mr Coleman a livery man who bad the gold ooin and said that u Verily a prophet is not with- Wlllstnlt had no dubt paid it to him out honor save in his own coun- for a dollar as he was 18 ahead in the try eaith the scrip ures days transactions At Rockford Illinois the other Tlie engagement ot Booth and Barday the editor of The Climax rett wbldh euded Saturday night at the wlio was aboard a passing train observed a gentleman in clerical Olympic Theatre St Louis was fairly garb outer the car He approach- successful from a financial standpoint Tlie amount at the box office for the ed the evidently ministerial gen as not s weeks performances tleman ami asked if he was ac Â¬ by nearly S3 0U0 as it was when large the quainted in Rocktord tragedUttt were ibere test year Treas Yes was the reply preach uter Suoit Saturday night footed up a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v onbe Mayor of Cincinnati has been In Â¬ At tho Executors sale of the percreased from foOrjoo to 100000 aud two Weeks time given in whioh to se- Â¬ sonal property of the late John J Kelly last Thursday horses brought from fSi cure boudsmeu to 130 fat feeding cattle weigh 1200 The body of Willie Rand was exhum- Â¬ lbs 4550 each fat cows 25 60 fat ed at the Maysvllle cemetery and tak Â¬ heifers 3060 hogs 510 corn 94 en to Lexington for reburial Willie cents a shock hay 8 to 10 a stack was 15 years of age when he died nuu One of the cows sold weighed 1670 lbs lias been dead about 20 years Rev Ml Sterling Gaxette Jos Rand Is now permanently located Mr and is having the bodies of two other for Mr L Brodhead manager has sold A J Alexander WoodbUrn children brought from Cnrrollton and Farm Spring Station fourteen head of Harrodsburg restieclively and burled trotting youngsters for 323000 to V in his family lot at Leilngtoti One U Allen St Lodh Mo They were sdu was burled In the Atlantic ocean get of Belmont Lord Russell Mat and another At Covington which can the terhoru Erelong Conway and Chi not be removed Rev Rand is an cester The highest price was 5800 EnglihhmauMajsville Democrat for Yarrow by Lord Russell dam Yo A special from Nicholasville snys iaode by Belmont An amusing wager was made here to- Â¬ J M BIggera stock eale was well at- Â¬ day between E Schneider tended Thursday The following prices Cemetery Supertendent at Camp says the Lebanon Enterprise were obNelson aad John B Collins present tained t Cows from f 13 to 25 cows County Assessor If Cleveland Is elect with calves at their side 22 to 30 14 ed Schneider is to drive a goat and a long yearling steers at 3107 each 9 lameboys wagon tlie full length of C heifer calves steer calves 1025 Main street and In the event that Har 10 35 8 heifers 31 42 rison Is elected Collins is to draw a cart hogs about 4 cents 2 mules 130 and up Main street with Schneider as Coll 1 mare 140 109 25 ductor They put up a forfeit of 50 Sea Breeze the filly that Won the Schneider has placed 700 on Harrison which several Democrats eagerly took English St Leger has placed Stakes to the value of 98000 to her Credit this Iu and called for more in vain year This is n far greater sum than a Mr H C Bolion cashier of the First has a chance to win on National Bank has just bad notice this side ot the water as when a colt of that Lister Witherpoou brother of age in America is the best of the our fellow townsmau Mr James F that year aud captures all the big staKes tlie Witherspoon had been made president total Is a trifle under 50000 Sea of the Bank of Woodford at Ver Breeze was also a crack two year old sallies There are four brothers of this winnings for 18S7 footing up 21 000 family aud three out of the four are her Danville Advocate bank presidents Tlie other two being The Squire Gains farm of 72 acres N Holly Witherspoon president of the Winchester National Bank at and a fraction situated on the Iron Winchester Ky and Dr J A With Works road was sold publicly on Sat- Â¬ erspoon president of the Anderson urday at Commissioners sale aud County Deposit National Bank at purchased by Mr Lif Muir at S1 per acre The Elliott or Anson Lyon Lawrenceburg Kentucky Harrods farm on South Elkhorn containing burg Democrat 115 acres and a fraction was sold the The stockholders of the new syndi same day also by tlie Master Commis Â¬ cate formed to move Libby Prison to per acre Mr Ambrose Chicago have gone to Richmond to sioner for 50 Wilson was the purchaser Both sales take formal possession of the property were made at the court house door They propose to move it to Chicago Georgetown Times and put it upagalu early In the enrlasr W II Gray treasurer of the present The annual meeting of the American organization stated coucerniug the Turf Cougress has been called to meet failure of the first syndicxte that the at the St James Hotel New York prison was originally purchased by City Wednesday November 14th to him for 522000 lat Febuary Shortly which the clubs East and West have afterward he Sold the property toRoliu been iuvlted to send n delegate The C Nlckerson Charlie J Haines rules of the American Turf Congrcs George Wright aud Malcolm M Jame- Â¬ have tor their object the improvement son for S35000 This syndicate formed of the breed and the development of a stock company aud issued 250000 horses through the promotioa of the worth of stock of which they tried to interests of the American Running sell 200000 at par but the notes given 1urf the prevention detection and in the convey ance of the property went punishment of fraud thereon and uni- Â¬ to protest The prison was onsequent formity iu tlie government of racing ly sold for that account last mouth and Out of 27 starters tlie young Bis was purchased by Dr D D Bramble of Cincinnati 11 friend of Dr Grays marcks have this year won 23 first for 11000 Dr Bramble In turn sold moneys The Bismarcks are trotters out to the preseut syndicate for 21000 at yearlings 4 and 5 year olds the trotting age clearing 18000 in the operation being his oldest produce iu Kentucky They trade on aud breed on as the CONCERNING FARMERS- - showing attests His only sou In the service in the East is Melrose trial 2- - 20 A J Alexander of Spring Station sire of T T S 218 and pronounced has sold 72000 worth of horses during the greatest campaigners in the Grand 1683 Curcuit the past season trotting two races each week either winning first Ambrose Wilson of Sontt county every race lias lost 200 fat hog worth from SI 600 money or part in almost Engagements are being made to him to 2000 by cholera for 1800 at 500 F B Harper has sold the produce of CapLNatS Oflutt auctioueer fur- Â¬ Belle Knight the dam of Layinin nishes the following report of the sale Belle for more than 80000 of the effects of the late Capt Wm In Boyle county B C Sandige sold Penn nearSaitieville on last Friday to George Cognr 500 bushels of Irish Brood mare- 65 to 135 wean- Â¬ potatoes at 55 cents per bushel ling colts 61 yearling mules 75 d 05 At Henry Gilberts ealbin Fayette colts 105 to 126 fat hogs sold at 5c mules 110 to 175 cattle 4050 and horses 100 to 800 per head yearling steer3292o weanling calves Wm Duncan sold 12 horses year- Â¬ S335 cows from S19 to 24 fiit hogs lings at Nashville publicly on the 12 per head about 5 cents sboats fully 5 per hundred corn CO cents to 23d for 4105 an average of 342 1 per shock One sixth of Sadieville Prices of feed in Paris Corn 150 and Big Eagle Turnpike 193 Terms per barrel timothy hay 11 per ton six months The sale aggregated and clover hay and oats 10 a ton 3600 Georgetown Times Col R G Stoner Paris declined to The Lexington Press of Tuesday book any more mares to Baron Wilkes says On yesterday J C Berryman whose book for 1880 is full at 350 the received a large shipment of Michigan season potaloesBurbanksthat were the largest It is said that since the great stallion and finest ever seen iu Lexington race at Lexington Col R Q Stoner many of them weighing a pound and has refused 85000 for his horse Baron over The Kentucky crop is short and Wilkes the high price paid for them here will induce large shipments Iromadistauce Chas J Brown of Owen county now selihig at forty cents bought of Walter Thompson a farm of The best are per bushel in car load lots while an 225 ncres near Bagdad Shelby couuty iu ferior quality sells in our market at for 8000 seventy five cents per bushel Central Viking the celebrated 15000 stal Â¬ Kentucky should annually ship hun Â¬ lion trotted at Providence R I re- Â¬ dreds of car loads of potatoes It is a cently in 2101 Lady Wilkes paced in most profitable crop at twenty five 2151 on tbe same track cents per bushel in fact will pay at W H Foster Nashville Tenu has that price better than any other farm purohased from Braunon Bros the bay crop gelding Parrish 4 years old byPlenipo A T Forsyth auctioneer reports the dam Faunie for 500 Live Stock sale of C E Butlers stock crop etc Record yesterday as follows A bunch of twenty four cattle brought 4 per head Prince Wilkes defeated Patron in three straight heats at Nashville Wed- Â¬ and nuother lot of the same number nesday The time was 215 220 and sold for 415 per head 100 sheep 385 400 per hundred 2181 Wilkes was never pushed and per head sboats hog 5 per hundred pounds pound won the race as he pleased shorthorns brought 10 to 45 grades George Tarkingtou sold to W M twen- Â¬ 25 to 35 mules 150 to 170 Cable of Cass county Mo a yearling ty horses 80 to 700 corn In field jack Eagle for 850 full brother to his 1 32 to 150 per barrel four ricks hay show jennet Sweet Ahrau Queens at 85 and everything else in propor- Â¬ weight is 1100 pounds Danville Ad- Â¬ tion The sale made a total of upwards vocate of 12000 There was a large crowd in Win- Â¬ Fred Gebbard has brought suit allendhuce Paris Lexington against the New York Lake Erie and chester Millersburg and North Mld oletown furnished purchasers for the Western Railroad Company for 190 000 the value of his race horses which horses Paris Kentubkian Citizen were killed iu the accident atShohnlu Mr A Smith McCanu reports the lust Summer following sales Dr Jeykill bay colt foaled 1887 sired by Red Wilkes dam At Cynthlana Court there were about by Homer second dum by Darnabys 300 head of cattle on the market and Bny Messenger to George H Elj prices ruled low A few feeders weigh Â¬ ElyriaO Price 1500 Brown colt ing from 1050 to 1100 sold at about 4 foaled 18S8 sired by Red Wilkes first cts 900 b steers from 3 to 3 ots year- Â¬ dam by Mumbriuo Patchen second lings 15 to 20 calves 10 to 14 dum by Delraonico Sold to parties in 1000 Rochester New York Price Co Maryville Mo Messrs Fray hnvesold to Hanking Johnson Chi- Â¬ To J E McLaughlin Utica N Y owner of Repititlon 221 the follow Â¬ cago Stable the chestnut colt Galen ing fillies Bay yearling filly foaled Â¬ by Faustu dam Lady Rest first dam less by Restless for 10000 cash and 1887 sired by Red wllke hy Star Aimont second dnm by Eric- 20 per cent of his winnings at son third dam by Mary Taylor thor- bred Chestnut filly foaled 1SSS sired A well ported stock pa per says Pedi by Red Wilke first dam by Brown greed cnttleare selling below their value Chief This is a sister in blood to and we urgently Insist upou our friends Prince Wilkes Price for tlie two to at least buy bulls while they are so 2750 Stock Farm cheap lor by next year they will be Says the New England Fancier A from 50 to 100 per cent higher lhau correspondent who has taken the time now and trouble to keep a record of the M Kabn agent for Goldsmith tell number of eggs Jaid by the different m that he has shipped over 700V he iil breeds in his possession during tlie past of cattle from Kentucky this season year reports to us as follows under date Bftutarui sixteen to He has 700 bead feeding to ship for of August Chrltma arming them the 555 heod the pound 9J per annum Polish I urchased of l Afxauder in August ulue to tho tKjml 125 per annum Â¬ ld three-year-old Â¬ three-year-oltwo-year-o1 Â¬ for 55000 or 6 cents per pound Paris Kentuoklan The winnings of August Belmonts elaulea foot up S0lG2 Prince Royal heading the list with 584416 ltacelatid and George Oyster for which Belmont paid 27500 last fall won between them 25305 to which amount Race land contributed 20385 George Oys Â¬ ter was a big diappoiutmenr nine to the pound 15Q per Leghorns nine lo the pouud 160 per annum Black Spanish seven Lai to the pouud 140 per annum Hamburgs annum Fleche rtliutlrn seven to elght to the pound 150 per nnruimi Houdans eight to the pound 150 per annum Black White and Buff Cochins eight to the pound 150 per annum Dark Brahmos eight to the pound 120 per annum From the above It is easy to see the folly of selling eggs by the doz Â¬ en tvby dont our grangers unite In demanding that eggs be sold by the pound as tbe custom Is slrendjr In CalPlymouthRock 5 Â¬ tle pound 140 per The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clotning Ever Shown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at ifornia Richard Ten Broeck who is reported to have become insane in California is probably one of the best kuown turfmen In the country He has been intimately connected with tlie turf of this country and England for nearly half a century He owned the famous Lex Â¬ ington when he beat Sally Waters and LecotriptB iu 1853t anil ran his great race at New Orleans In April 1854 lb 1850 doing the four miles iu 719 Mr Ten Broeck took a stable ot Ameri Â¬ can horses to England including Prior aud Prioress He won the Cesarewitch handicap at Newmarket iu 1857 with Prioress she being the first American bred bcrse to win in EuglanJ aud bis were colors of orauge ami black then very popular in Albion When Mr Ten Broecka horses went to En Â¬ gland hi 1856 it was tbe intention to eeud Lexington over alo but the pur- Â¬ chase of that horse for the Woodburn tslUd for SlS000 kept the great son of Boston and Alice Carneai on our owu shores Since then Mr Ten Broeck has hut been identitled with racing iu this country but lias owned a few well bred English horsed that have carried his colors as late as the fall ot 18S0 or the spring of 1887 He at oue time owned tbe Hurstbourne Farm nearLoulsville but sold out and the most recent owner of that plabe Capt J L Harris died last spring In New Orleans Western Sportsman Â¬ w ER PIES T EVER BOUGHT THEM AT BEFORE Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces All the Latest Styles in Suits Overcoats g in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATS CAPS cC A o mplete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES embracing all of the Latest Things to be Found in a Firslt CIass Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as is complete Absolutely Pure A marvel of This powder never varies purliy strengtn ana wnoiesomeness Jinre economical than the ordinary kinds aud cannot be sold iu competition with the mul- Â¬ titudes of low test snort weight alura and Sold only In cans phosphate powders ItorAT IlAKixo Powder Co 106 Valt Street 21 20 New York 01 GOODS we are ARE MARKED AT PICES TO BEAR IS OUT With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance Very Eespectfully I MAT IE HAVE SAID f same Local Produce Markets BY COVINGTON WEEKLY CORRECTED BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KY COVINGTON MITCHELL Richmond Ky Nov Beef Cattle ButcherHogs - 7 1888 Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Egg Wheat Flour Corn per barrel fits Hay per 100 Oats in sheaf per 100 Sis Lard Tallow Beeswax 23c 45c I5i6c I5i6c 2O0I5C 00 7j2 15c 95i 00 75 2 1 50 I 3 2s3 00 500600 THE I2t5c 34C 85qoc 1 5o6o Feathers Meal 3 i5oc 2040 Greatest Bargains of Your Life IF YOU FAIL TO VISST LARGEST STOCK OF Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 455c 50 753 00 6 5006 75 2 74 7S 2502 50 50265 8501 00 00 75c BRINKLEY BROS PLACE OLOTIHXINGr Hats and Goods Louisville ByOlover Tobacco Ware House Market Durrett Louisville Tobacco Sales on our market for tbe past week jut closed amount to 1604 h lids with receipts for the same period 330 lihds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 73235 Irhds The present week has developed no change in the situation Tlie offerings of new Burley have been on a more liberal scale the sales of new aggre- Â¬ gating to this time to 258 hhds An ocacsiona new burley sells above 15 per hundred but the general range of prices is between S6 to SI 2 The stocks on our markets were reduced 4206 hhds during tbe mouth of October The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash not colory and tobacco dam Â¬ aged by freezing S3 00 to 500 Colory Trash S700 to SI 200 Common Luga not colory 700 to 51000 Colory Lugs 1200 to 51300 Common Leaf 1200 to 14 00 Medium to good leaf 1400 to 1700 Select or wrappery leaf 1700 to S2800 Purnishing 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 100 16 Yards 4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for 8100 in Kichmond 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 fHgOur Stock of Clothing Boots and you that extra profit hut guarantee to Shoes Hats and Caps and Ladies and give you more and hetter Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete BKEETKXEY 3t 1TE2T 0B HO POST OFFICE BROS ST B10H2IO17 Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods LIVE STOOS MARKET EEPOET CO eSS FOLDING BED FACTORY BRUNSWICK FOLDING BED same money in tlie World Owing to backward spring we have con- Â¬ cluded to than you ever got hefore for By LOPEK DATER 4 LI e Stock Commission Merchants at Clncln nail Union Stock Ynnls and Covington Slook Yards Simplest Most Dnrablel Best Twenty Different Styles Cincinnati Ohio Oct Good to Extra Fair to Good 30 1SS8 5 00 SHIPPING CATTLE f 4 75 4 50 3 25 4 353 3 oo 2 00 Slado is All Kind of Wood Cannot set oat of order eren under most careieu use CUT DOWN OUE STOCK CLOSED With all Uu bedding in Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 3 4 4 75 75 It Is io tocaiatelj bilinoed a mora child caflhandloit 6JlSinVmg 50 00 2 75 BUTCHER CATTLE 4 ioi2 4 25 3 75 4 00 3 65 3 25 ti 3UtFP3l Hm an 107 an wtim room tb tor non bed room thlss nT mil jat which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at -- It Ib the BEST Buy no other Extra Fat Steers 3 40 Fair to Good Steers 3 oo Good to Extra Cows 2 75 Fair to Good Cows 3 25 1 50 Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen l oo BULLS 2 75 Best Shipping Best Bologna 2 40 Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders 1 25 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 Fair to Good Steers 3 50 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 Common and Thin Stockers 2 oo COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 00 II your Furniture- - Dealer hasnt It writs for Catalogs to 3 35 2 50 2 00 I 25 3 00 3 60 2 35 2 35 1 75 Fort Wayne Furniture Co 15 27 Fort wayne m Sole Manufacturers Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE THE LOVETT PATENT SEAT FASTENER THIS IS TIE NEATEST AUD BEST SEAT 4 00 3 75 2 75 3 25 MSTENffi lt Fair to Good 30 oo40 00 Common 15 oo25 00 Best Veal CalveVv 5 50 5 75 Fair to Good 4 50 5 25 2 oo Common and Heavy 4 00 HOGS Select Butchers 5 55 5 50 Fair to Good Packers 5 40 5 20 Good to Extra Lights 5 35 5 50 Light Pigs 4 75 4 35 SPRING LAMBS Estra 5 60 5 50 Common to Good 4 50 4 25 50 00 EVER fflYENTED It lock the seat flrmly and lmmorablT and ytt It can be changed tn an butant Sample sent by mall 2S cent In etampaj or C100 per dozen sets Town Ccracty and State RlsSiu for ie and to paruei purchaxlng territory these Seat Fasteners will be sold at a Terr low Ogura Address r8 LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES the oldest Clothing House in Biehmoad ft B STWFFEE mny2 lf HADGEIt ATObtirn K Y ever named for same quality of goods at WANTED nrticeFor 1 FOR RULKTT Four good rooms on First street up Two good agents for a fatt selling Rial rn suitable foroQlces orbed rooms particulars adilre p 1IIS T U BHEAltEK Apply to G W Wilms If 10 21 tiiiEAKuc House Eiest Stbeet nffiTra - THE wtll CLIMAX - ih-- t- Killed His ChiWand Hhtself The remains of JbWs ttaWhArin i L fc utt A iteSBA Mrs Charles Ipier lit- - gone to vUlt her f Isler hi ClarkealHir ImiUua Mr Elmer Brown is nisking a visit to his sister Mrs Euiu oe Fairohild Mrs Faulkner or Klnii Mountain Is spending a few weeks wllh the fami ly of her cousin Mr Ueurge Artless Miss Jessie 0bduru1S frnm tienevn Ohlfr 1ms coWe Id spend some time with Uie ramlly of Treasurer P D Dodge RELIGIOUS Rev Geo O Barnes is lu Ml Hng Stt r N W Ayer Sons American Annual 1888 Newspaper c- Itrdrts BstIB oittttv nntl i vj VU At UOuniv i where he fnrmt jlrD H Mjrers it out after sly Robinson went to the house of a neigh Utpellof fcver bor woman named Rose by whom he Mr Joe Pigg a claimed to have an illegitimate child He Robinsons circus hi wanted to take the child to his home but for Wason 4me the mother objected Robinson called Ste f tbe Episcopal church wHI her attention to Xbc something in the distance doll fair at an early date and ax hen she turned her head he shot the ii It was about office at DrewnvHk in Mad- - chHd killing it instantly The post two years old He left immediately and esunty has been discontinued b10 went to a field where he had left ft seytfl- Jr Thompson Ramseys sale will oo year old 6n shucking corn He meant to See Advertisement Mil the son but a neighbor boy had come ir nrtt Saturday along and helped shuck the corn and the 2 E Bush auctioneer Wtys every Thing be seW without re- - two bsA gone Robinson then went home wte t Ramseys tea M his wife but slic was absent upon cne his arrival ii He placed the muzzle of the Chmsirthefflara dismay m Uw lecture gun under his chin and fired tearing away room of the First Presbyterian church the point of the chin the end of the nose from 10 to 4 oclock and the skin from his forehead and nearly is putting out his eyes Some men came and Mr J Wxfcs the bcw Sheriff has put him on a bed Presently he announced moved vfth hit family to Richmond and that If they did not leave the room he foppmg t the St Nicholas formerly a would get mad Then he Jerked from ICHUs House fje his pocket a pistol and placing the muzzle HI Mr L D Maupm and vrHe have re to his forehead blew out his brains jreved from Kingston to Richmond Robinson was probably 3S years old He has embarked in the grocery and she in He once lived on Tate Creek in Madison county and was a frantic religionist the millinery business When peoolc went to his store to buy Tij far twenty five cars of lumber goods he insisted on preaching to them hue been put into the new hotel and lira property was taken from him and he there is room for more The roof will was He has no doubt sent to the asylum won be ready for slate been crazy all the while M Brutus W Turner xvHl on January PERSONAL ut remove his dry goods store into the capacious store house now being va Mr J C Parrifch of Pineville U in G C Francis cited by L S mm town Dtwd Macker son of Joe Mackey the Mr A C Green came from Cincinnati Uber is teaching school near Lexington atJie right snug sum of sixty dollars per to Vote He was educated at Bcrea Col month Mr V J Shearer has returned from lege and Howard University KansasCily 11 Messrs Ed H Palmer vjreen B Tur Mr Walker Mason is reading law at ler Joel J Embry Ja W Smith G W Vanderbilt University rxkels L Schleget Caleb Shearer and Mr Alexander Tribble of Junction Dm Harber who vrent hunting on Emery City was here Saturday Krer Tennessee had good hick Mist Jennie Arnold of Hyattsville it HI The biggest beat of the season has been visiting Miss Emma Willis Vc glit to The Climax office by Milo Prof C P Williamson left on last SHanks It is cross legged and looks He an athlete who had been knocked out Thursday for Williamsburg Va or shape by some gigantic opponent Mr John L Alvcrson returned from Washington to be present at the election Mr S Pairuh has returned from Cin Mrs Lucinda Greenleaf of Lancaster c -- nati with a handsome Randolph com piss tlie most compact complete and is isiting her son ex Mayor J E Green convenient instrument made and he k leaf ready and willing to do sun eying in the Mr J F Taylor of Great Falls Monmost satisfactory manner tana is visitiug his nephew Dr T J Tay- Â¬ Col O H Chenauit has sold to Mr lor Miller of Lexington three fifties for MrTS Burnam and family have remov Â¬ 5ooo The Colonel is a lucky man ed from Silver Creek to Richmond for the when it comes to good prices He sold winter cents and io hogs the other day at Mr Thomas Lovely Sewella prominent Immediately they dropped down to 4 real estate man of Breathitt county was The Forestry Convention will convene here this week a Atlanta Ga to morrow Among the Mr Henry Nuckols of Woodford i Honorary Commissioners are W T sited his sister Mrs R C Stockton this Knott Lebanon John D Harris and place last week tn C M Chty Madison V A An- Â¬ Mr L O Knapp of New Mexico is derson Garrard W R Ramsey Laurel visiting at Major C F Burnams and and Gen T T Garrard Manchester Mrs Eugenia Humes - nmA The ninth edition of thU Standard Newspaper Guide has been received Jn its preparation every endeav ir has been made to render it more valuable than any prr ceding Volumei as a ready reference book 111 till Statistics ptJNiin iug to the newsp iper press The De- Â¬ partment of the U 3- - Government aud State aud muulcipal authorities place It In their libraries Promiuent binks aud leading commercial and manufac Â¬ turing establishments throughout the country order It every year Business men have proven It to be a valuable guide book ou many subjects pertain Â¬ ing to geueial trade Interests and the newspaper advertiser finds Iu It the latest Information obtainable on all newspaper statistics as it Is the only Directory of the American Newspaper Press whoe data Is collected for the year lu which it Is Issued and there fore gives Information at least nine months later than can be obtained el ewherej hence it Is all Invaluable guide to tlie gelefctlnu or complete lists of the news papers and periodicals of the country arranged In one list by towns and in another by counties iu States iu al Â¬ phabetical order also separate com- Â¬ plete lists of Regllglous Journals Agricultural journals printed In foreign languages and all class publications arranged under their respective head- Â¬ ings In alphabetical order It Is sent out In tlie confident belief that it will meet tbe demand of a progressive American public for an exhaustive comprehensive accurately compiled newspaper directory and gazetter of condensed information relative to tbe topography ot the country and Its agricultural manufacturing mining and commercial resources It contains about 1100 pages and like pievious issues is elegantly printed aud handsomely bouud Price 5 00 paiters-em-bracing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or el Elder Joseph C Frank of Flemings burg hnn accepted a call to till the pal pit of the Christian church at Lancas ter Tile ilrst qilarlley meeting will be held at Providence church November 17 to 18 Rev Dr Band is the new Presiding Elder Rev E Ii Powell of Louisville was The V O T U of the GUIe pre- Â¬ elected Vice President of tlie General cinct meets now nt the pallors of Mrs Christian Missionary Convention iu L M Dmlge They are planning for session at Springfield III a Hatchet Entertainment at the Glade ctTurch during the holidays LOCUST MUNCH Corn gathering is lu progress and is x selling at 150 per barrel Eva Gum has returned from a visit to friends In Stanton Ky Capt Jhn W Wilson lt in McltfcB in the Interest r Iih hioUMalu lands Mi Messrs Eugene C Rurghl arid W B Gum or Cleveland Ky spent last Week with their friend W- I Kelley Mr J F Stone representing the Singer Machine Omptny of the Rich Rev Ben Helm formerly of Ellza mond office p issed through here on bethtowu and at one time roi slonory the 2nd lust to China for a period of ten years but recently of Ocala Florida has received Miss Laura Bullock of Bonneville Ivy who litis been visiting friends and a call from the Presbyterian church relatives in this vlciuity returned at Pulnt Lick and due from the church at Stanfotd home last week Â¬ Elder Tlmmas P Dudley purcuing divinity studies at Georgetown filled Rev J F Williamss pulpit at the Baptist church tbis place Sunday The 22d Street Baptist church Louisville has the largest membership to its age In the world It is less than a year old aud has over one thousand members Dr Henderson will preach at Ihe Methodist church lu this city next Siiiitbiy 11AM Alxnhewili preach at Hisels School House Sunday after Â¬ noon at 330 p si No preaching at the Methodist church Sunday Evening The Clay Monumental Arsociatx n has been dissolved by the death of all the director and can only be re- Â¬ vived by an aet of tlie Legfslature In the absence of any authorized persons Lexington Cemetery Company has as Â¬ sumed control of the monument and have itmt remlfl dime it considerable cost to the comp my Tlie LegislutuFe appropriated a thousand dollars some years ago to put a leaden roof over the main body of the monument hut it was done so poorly that It has to be rep tir- Â¬ ed and the Cemetery Company Is now having this dune in addition to paint Â¬ ing the gates and thoroughly cleaning the walls aud tbe two sarcophagi Iu which repose the remains of the vener Â¬ ated dead which his become much Lexington discolored by dampness Gazette Bruce Haldemaii who was here last year on his bicycle Is How In Europe writing to his fathers piper the the most readable letters we scan his easy tree style being especially pleasant DrUce Haldeman represents In hLs name Iwo of the clev- Â¬ erest of men Conederate Congress Â¬ man Eli Bruce ami Walter Hahlemnn who hade warm friendship during the war May the young traveler continue an honor to the two noted names Paris Kentuckiun Cltizeii Â¬ Tea Cents Will get a hrl class shave at Ihe Gar nett House Berber Shop Clean towels and sharp razors are plentiful None but first class wnrkinmen are employed Give us a trial Entire 16- satisfaction is guaranteed 1 2T Â¬ SCRJBNERS tttAGAZINE tW EMHmSMMS E 4I m MATRIMONIAL- Â¬ jfm sjrfitr tAlkullilllM MAGAZINE 3555SSSSSSSK5SSS2SS m JLTT tSJ Au invitation received reads as fol Mr ami Mrs R F Spears lows will he pleased tn have you witness the marriage of their daughters Katie and Delia to T T Covington nnd R E November 15th Turley Thursday 1888 at half psst two oclock P M at Mt Eden Christian church Jessamine county Ky DIED- Mrs Clel Terrill died near Paint Lick lu Madison county last week Miss Lizzie its reacted literature of lasting inter-mH v1it ir 1t fullv and beautifully w j m m illustrated and haJ already gained a more Shan national circulation exceeding 125000 lve3 tCl IIaWJ w a -- mr conies1 monthly yrir4ftrtv teVT v tPRICE 25 CENTS A NUMBER-- S300 A YEARU with the ta c rlM5klsi Charles ScribnerS Sons esr5 f oji imv HtryvStVlJryrT5r3 rJsZ30s53KE25yi Embry died near Pine aged about 18 3 to offep the with Messrs Publishers enable us SCFUBNERS MAGAZINE II MI- - Grove Lyears Clark comity CLIMAX AT 275 PER YEAR In Parh on Fiidny morning infant son of E M and Mriry B Dickinson and grandson of Rev L If lllmitoi YANT Book Keeping Short Hand Telegraphy Jte Write for Catalogue and full information THE GKCAT TROT Large Attendance and Beautiful Sport ILexlncton Gnzette Srdl As pretty a fall day us ever smiled over a landscape greeted several thou Â¬ sand geople who gathered nt the Fair Grounds on Thursday afternoon to witness the trot between Baron Wilkes Bermudu nnd Hinder Wilkes Those who enjoyed the occasion are indebted tn Mr Ed Tipton the enter- Â¬ prising and courteous secretary of the Ky T HB A aud whom we are glad to hear participated In the pecuu nry success which atteuded the meet- Â¬ Â¬ ing The great event of the diy was the match race between B inin Wilke Bermuda and Hinder Wilkes The first named was the favorite iu the pools bringing V to 2 fur ttie Held At one oclock the Ml was rung to call the horses to the track As they came out they met with a warm recep- Â¬ tion from the people George Bower mau drove Hiroti Wilkes Mike Bower man Hinder Wilkes and B JTreacy his own horse Bermuda The latter appeared to be high in flesh and not keyed up for a bruising race He seem Â¬ ed to have a big full neck like an old stud He made a great race however Â¬ Mrs Kavanaugb widow of the late Bishop Kavanaugb has subscribed 100 a year to the Pacific Conference duriug the remainder of her life Brn Hugh- Â¬ es lu his sermon Thursday night refer Â¬ ring to women speaking nnd praying In public refering to Mrs Kavanaugb who he said was converted through the instrumentality of an old negro woman Paris Kentucklau citizen The Synod of the Cumberland Pres-Â¬ byterian church of Kentucky adjourn- Â¬ ed at Hopkiusvilie after a gratifying aud harmonious session About eigh Â¬ ty delegates were In attendance There are over 100 ministers and nearly 15 000 members of the denomination In Kentucky and the church gives evi- Â¬ dence of healthful progress Action was taken for the extension of the work of Missions in Louisville The Synod will meet next October iu Elk ton Ky MONTHLY CROP REPORT Mrs Tom Brawner of Richmond died at Pineville last week where her hu band was superintending the build- Â¬ ing of Ihe court house Her remains Miss Jone Stull living near On lugs were carried to Frankfort for inter- Â¬ Vllle Bath rounly died Monthly the ment day on which she was to have become Miss Lula Cosby daughter of James a wedded wife At her own request Cosby died on Monday morning she went to the grave with the bride- November 5th 188S or fever near groom Death chid iu her wedding Elliston iu Madison county Her robes burial occurred in the Richmond cem Â¬ etery ou Tuesday Music Â¬ STRATTON Business College I rfklSBffSyil I ET IfV biUUlU f SfBSabii IV I IOITAIA VIA TH li- CO TO PUBLIC SALE I will offer at public rale ob - St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway A MAGNIFICENT Man- Â¬ Saturday Nov 10 88 at 11 r ttte Will Fife i4m oekiek A X at my farmkHWH RicHRMitnl mi live the Mtowing erty 12 IBeer TwritpMi tleeerlbed pornounl prop Cattle two miles fram Â¬ Mrs 8 F Lail an experienced teacher desires pupils in Piano Study The latest method taught Terms moderate Music room at D R For 7- man8 after September 1 1888 Save Money OFFifiE op Mrs Daugherty White and daughter We place in our columns the advertise Miss Laura who were lietting relatives rornt of the Bryant Stratton Business here hae gone home College of LouisHe Ky A thorough Prof O G Kennedy has retu ined from an J reliable institution and every young He found man or lady who desires a Business Short- Â¬ a geological tour to Pineville hand or Telegraph coarse wiM do weH to rich lands and firm ones address the Colige for its elegant twenty Senator David H Murray of Breckin- Â¬ fourth annual catalogue and lithograph ridge county was here on Monday and Pine Pigs Mr J H Boggs had on exhibition in Richmond Monday ten Poland China pigs 68 dart old that averaged too pounds He sold six mate to them that morning for 60 and said 99 would buy the other ten Mr Boggs handles onli the best hogs and says a man with a good farm cant afford to handle common hogs --- B SBC spoke at the court house Hon Jack Hendrick of Flemingsburg was in Richmond Monday night and made a speech at the court houe Mr P H Sullivan and wife nee Pey- Â¬ ton of Waukeeney Kansas arc visiting relatives here at their old home Mr J M Boen of Kingston was called on Friday by telegram to the bed side of his son John in Misouriwho is lying very low with typhoid fever Â¬ Â¬ Paralytic Stroke Mr J D Jones of Madison countv father of Capt Thomas Jones of this coun ts was stricken with paralysis last Tues day and his death it momentarily expect- Â¬ ed V Jones of Nevada His sons A Ma Wm M Jones or Bunkers Hill Mo A B Jones of Lawrenceburg Ky J B Jones of Williarostown Ky and Cant Thos Jones of East Hickman are at his bedside NkholasviHe Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Mr R J Quisenberry and wife of Fayette county visited their parents in thU county last week Mr Quisenberry has developed into a thorough horse map and is handling some good dyers Col Jake Corbett of Frankfort the was in Richmond last Thursday Having painted all the other towns in Central Kentucky a deep red he came here to further practice his profes- Â¬ artixt sion The TritAle Sale The administrators sale of personal property of the late Alexander Tribble occurred last Saturday T D English auctioneer good crowd and bidding spir Â¬ ited Corn sold at t in the field hay at t 25 per hundred pounds a high price as hay is unusually scarce Oats brought 3 per hundred Farming implements sold for good prices Mules JSigjf 167 Cows brought good prices oggjij Tarn Him Out An effort is being made by the friends of Charlie Bruraback who is serving a THIN COLUMN sentence of 17 years in the penitentiary for killing Ben Webb in this city several No a com it is Rheumatiz t ears ago to secure Ihs release under the It is whispered about that there was an provisions of the Parole Law Winches Â¬ election yesterday ter Democrat What is tlie difference between a beer Brumback is from Madison county and a number of good people here have sig Â¬ mug and a mere bug nified their intention of signing the peti- Â¬ Messrs Bauersox Powers do business tion at Grand Forks Dakota Vandal Capt L C Hanna with his Kentucky bride nee Walker of Richmond arrived in the city on Thursday evening Mr and Mrs M A Hanna will give a large reception shortly in honor of the newly married pair The Cleveland Gattling Gun Battery of which Mr L C Hanna is commander presented him and bride with a very elegant tea and coffee ervice of solid silver on the occa Â¬ sion of their marriage Cleveland Ohio Leader Â¬ Wilkes At the recent Fall Meeting in Lexing Â¬ ton Vandal Wilkes the property of Mr There was a big tnow yesterday about B 11 Neale this county paced a mile in six million voters got snowed under the excellent time of 224 Vandal An euthisastic young man expatiating Wilkes was sired by Governor Sprague on the trapese performers in Robinsons his dam by the great Wilkes 2d dans by circus was delighted with the man who Vandal If there are any nags around hanged by his toes and held another man that can come at all near Vandal WHket fifty feet from the ground and remarked in a mile pace wed like to know their gentlemen 111 be blamed if Id allowany location but we are afraid they are of the man to hold my life in hit hands by his bens teeth kind toes DOYLESTILLE Z E Bush auctioneer reports 400 cat- Â¬ tle of all grades on the market and 200 of There was to be a ppeakiug at this the best sold at 3Jc down to 2 Some plcelast Friday The speaker came bunches of weanling calves told at 7 to but no hearers 1 10 RP J W Fox bought seven cotton mules at 100 to 120 and three We w ill have fish to eat again tooo horses at foo Carothers Tracy Nat C Thorn psou U recovering from I20 and others of Lexington bought ten or a long epell of fever twelve mules at 90 Sold one 140 There are more walnuts and apples horse for Luther Haden for J 150 about here- - tbis year than have been Plug horses sold at 15 45 Large known for some time crowd in town and a pretty fair court day Money easy Tlie new Doylesville school house is County Gonrtdsy Dont mention tariff again for a year Your throat ought to tear if you do c completed and painted aud school Is Shaekelford-dheBault-helnffcarried ou in It by Mr George D Bates Shackelford and Milt Noland of Muddy Creek CaHie D Chenauit J2l be married at the homeofthebnde Mildred Anu the little daughter of father MrWw O Chenauit this evening at 8 oclock Rev Kl and Mary Beeves died at the home Preston Blake will officiate The attend Â¬ of her parents near this place October ants are to be Miss Mattic Chenauit Iltb 1858 6he was but nine days litter of the bride Miss Minnie Letcher younger than Callle Walden anil lived Mis LDa Chenauit Miss Lizzie Bennett All sympa only six days longer Mr W Rode Shackelford brother of thize with the bereaved parents the groom Col 0 H Chenauit Mr J in the loss of tbelr only daughter Cooper Hughes iter to their Mr Waller Bennett The Lord committed The couple wH take ithe rooming train keeping but a short time whep for the East he took her nnto himself before her Mr Shackelford k a prominent young llttl soul was ever slalned with sin so tannest man of Richmond and MU we know that she Is much belter oft Chenauit it ooe of Kentuckys handsomest than any one of her friends she has joung ladies left behind her Â¬ Nov Frankfort 1SSSJ Most of the crops in Kentucky have matured aud have been fully reported heretofore Very full reports from 103 counties as to condition of the com aud tobacco crop aud the fall seeding of wheat summarizes the result as fol Â¬ FIKST 1IUAT lows Baron Wilkes grit of slightly in tlie tobacco lead Hinder Wilkes almott even with The crop generally being very long Going and leafy only four or him and Bermuda third five stalks around the turn Hinder Wilkes put ou could bo bung on a stick Consequently a cpurl and headed Bermuda so that he the barn room was insufficient to hold had to pull nut Bermuda gained rap it aud large quantities had to remain idly anil passing Hinder Wilkes was on the scafTuld until that in the barn making for the leader when he broke could cure The continuous rains iu badly He fell hack to third place but the greater part of October kept the to recovering heat Hinder Wilkes for bacco in barns very sappy aud that ou second place Baton Wilkes first the scaffold was creatlv damaged r Bermuda t ecmul Hinder Wilkes much of it softened iu the stem aud third Time 22lj sloughed oil from the stalk the chief SECOND UK AT loss being in the discoloration aud Betting was sow 20 Baron Wilkes washing oQthe gum which is so es- Â¬ to S for the field The horses got off sential as a vital property This ap- Â¬ very well and instantly the Baron and pears not to be so much the case in Bermuda went awny from Hinder Southern and Western Kentucky The Baron led to the half pole with where the crop generally is a good onp Bermuda gaining when Baruu Wilkes aud the best for stemming they have went oft his feet and Bermuda took the bad for years In Central and Eastern Kentucky lead going very fust Bermuda enter- Â¬ ed the stretch In the distance stand much wasou the scatlold October 25 and beat him out by tiaif a length and some even as late as November 1st The crop in these sections will lug and Time 21SJ trash very heavy There is a larce THIRD HEAT quauily ot good tobacco aud some The betting now stood Baron Wilkes very fine but the crop as a rule will 20 Held 5 Again there was a good not be 11 good one The objection to it start and this time Bermuda pu died will be found to cousist iu frost the pace from the word go Tlie Baron cut before iipeuiug house burn bitten overled to the half pole Bermuda 11 length flow 011 lowlands and exposure to wet behind Passing this point the latter ou the scaffold aud waut of began gaining ou the Baron Half weather way to the three quarter post they color iu the late cutting WHEAT were on even terms Bermuda was Wheat sowing has bean delayed by ahead at the three quarters bis speed carrying Baron Wilkes oQ his feet wet weather and the tangled condition uncut com A large portion will be Again Bermuda came down the stretch of very late The later it is sown the an apparent winner amid the enthusi Â¬ less chance it will have to root well be- Â¬ astic shruts of the multitude But the Â¬ Baron got to his feet iu time and witn fore the winter freezes The fall sow rest the break gave hlin came with ing will not be over before the 10th the The estimated increase in renewed speed and succeeded In beat- Â¬ lust acreage over 1887 was about 10 ing Bermuda under the string by a per cent under the stimulus of the re-Â¬ head Hinder Wilkes away back Time cent advance iu prices This will be 218 about G It was a race which was much enjoy- Â¬ reduced to season per cent by the un- Â¬ for seeding The thought that witli favorable ed Most horsemen harder preparation Bermuda would early showing Is all up and looking have won the race Mr Treacy thinks well aud the land was generally well that the fact that Baron Wilkes is bIs prepared CORN years old and Bermuda only five made Iu our last report we noted tbe se- Â¬ the difference It was not a race to be rious damage to corn by being blown ashamed of anyhow for if Bermuda down by the rain and storm on tlie did not get the record he was so close 20th or August early drouth and In Â¬ us to have been titlep in public estimamany sections by chiuch bug which tion to asecoud and third beat in 218 we uow confirm 218 And that does not come up All of the corn on the ground will be to the measure of bis speed nearly worthless the damage over In the other events Lycurgus won the State is fully 10 per cent from tills purse In 230 232 the source banners should feed all that Axtell trotted to reduce his will do as soon as possible and record ol 223 aud failed going the shuck out such as they can not use mile after several bad breaks In 228 and expose it to the sun nnd wind Bessemer pacer tried to beat bis re- Â¬ There is great complaint of hog cord of 216 for u aud cholera lu mauy counties and it is failed going the mile iu 217 very fatal One farmer living at Mul Edgemark the great drougb Hardin county has lost a by Bismarck trotted to lower Ids re- Â¬ great many cattle from a strange dis- Â¬ cord of 222 and trotted In 221 ease He thinks it is To beat 230 or better Mikeagan by The matter is now being Inves Â¬ 7 Bnriobello by tigated Onward trotted in Jay bird in 229 Pegassus by Harold The year now nearing its close has in 225 been a very prosperous one in the mat- Â¬ Glen view Belle by Nutwood be ter of crops nearly everything for man lougfug to 8 Black Son to beat 210 and beast being abundant The point made the mile in 231 is now that crops are made to projier The following is the fractional time ly take care of them and we can not iu the great race too often urge the necessity of sub- Â¬ 5 103 145 220J First Heat stituting good breeds of stock for the Second Heat 35 109 145 218 interior It is just as cheap to keep Third Race 35l07t 142 218 good stock as it is to keep scrub Respectfully To Artists Chas Y Wilson In view of the great importance of Commissioner of Agriculture photo engraving processes in bookmag gazine and newspaper illustration and Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark unfathomed caves of the execellent opportunity afforded ocean bear young artist throughout the country to Immediate pecuniary Full many a chicken was hatched to obtain at home die unseen returns for their work The Art Ama Â¬ Because none of Ganters chicken 1889 will not only give ar teur during cholera cure was there ticular attention to instructing them in This wonderful never failing remedy pen drawing for reproduction but will also show hem how to make their own is sold and warranted by Stockton It plates rendy for actual newspaper use Willis The first of the series of articles on these Dr Wood and MUs Nannie Arm- Â¬ processes by Mr W H Burbtuk ap- Â¬ strong of Boyle county were married pears In the November number It is last week believed that enterprising newspapers Hundreds of persona who have used throughout the country will be glad to encourage artists who will otter rtiem Ayera Hair Vigor attest its value as a engraved sketches of local interest all stimulant ud tonic for preventing ready for printing If we have any aud curing baldness cleansing the such young artists among our readers bcalp aud restoring the youthful color to faded aud gray hair It let us hear from them Â¬ two-year-o- ld d four-year-o- ld three-year-old pleuro-pneumo-n- ia 1 Commissioner of Agriculture Horticulture and Statistics 1 Ky I By paying cash for your Milliuery at Begins in the November number the Green Front 13 First Street publication of two colored plates with 15- Mrs J F Stone every issue Those given this time are i n charming study or Water Lilies hhort Time Only by Frederick DIelman aud an exquis- Â¬ All persons indebted to J J Brooks ite moonlight marine view with fisher- Â¬ prior to 18SS will please come and settle men in the foreground hauling lu their by uote or cosh at once All claims not nets by A Rosier The other designs settled promptly will be placed Iu the include a superb double page oi dahlias hands of a collector 10- by Victor Daiigou orchids or a dessert plate the first of tlie series of twelve I have secured the services of an ex- Â¬ the tenth of tbe series of fish plates a perienced trimmer who has arrived deslgti or milkweed pods for a panel or and with a large stock of new nnd lamp a decoration for a cliiuch ban- Â¬ seasonable goods I shall try to satisfy ner the fifth of a series a design for a those who may favor me with a call g bellows for repousse work both lu style aud quality I buy noth designs and a page of monograms ing but the best goods My many in T The frontispiece is an admir- Â¬ friends and customers always welcome able portrait study of a French peaanl whether they by or not 16- woman by Charles Sprague Pearce reMrs J F Stone produced in Paris directly from the 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure paiuting An article of much iuterest ou tbe eminent Russian painter Chicken Cholera and other diseases Verestschagin is illustrated by a por- Â¬ among fowls I will refund the money trait and an excellent engraving of hi every case where the remedy fulls W G White Skobelell at Shipka The practical Prescription Druggist topics receiving secial attention in- Â¬ mar28tf clude painting wild flowers marine 2d St near Garnett House puiutiug landscape painting the use A Narrow Escape of gold and other metals iu china paint- Â¬ Col W K Nelson of Brooklyn ing painting orchids on china wood carving and art needlework applied to enme home one evening feeling a pe- Â¬ street costumes Price 35 cents Mon- Â¬ culiar tightness in the chest Before tague Marks 23 Union retiring he tried to draw a long breath Publisher but round it almost impossible He Square New York suffered four days from pneumonia Ninth Volume of Aldens Manifold Cycloaud the doctors gave him up Di pedia Ackers English Remedy for Consump Â¬ Open at random at which page you tion saved him and he Is well to day will or look for almost any subject you Sold by W G White Prescription choose aud concise accurate aud val- Â¬ Druggist uable information meets the eye cure RheumaSnnna Specific With each new volume ones surprise tism or money will refunded Price 73c at at tbe available knowledge contained iu these handy aud even elegent Whites Drus Store becond treeti 6- near Garnett House books Increases There can be no doubt that the completed set will form Donelsou uses the best material that one or the standard works ot tlie gener- Â¬ the market affords and the best work- Â¬ ation The small handy volumes are men He puts up none but the let so much more convenient for consul- Â¬ work Buggies carriages etc made tation than tbe big uuwleldly octavos to order Call on him apr4 tf or quartos of rival cyclopedias that oiie naturally refers to them much more Adriee to Mothers Sincp often and is gratified to find that ex- Â¬ tx lira WrMSLow3 Soothdio cutting should alwr used when children tot teeth It re cept in rare cases the information af Â¬ UiTuthslittleniSereretoncc itprodoceanatnral qt let iteep and the little cherub awnkesai bright forded Is fully as satlsfaciory as found u a button it is very pleasant to taste It soothes the chilli softens the gums allays all pain in Appletons Johnsons Chamberss regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy or tbe Brittaunica The price is low for diarrhcoa whether arising from teething or other causes Twsnty flTB cents a bottle beyond all precedent placing it within G5 Iopular reach 50 cents a volume for She is lirateful cloth binding 65 cents for half moroc- Â¬ co jtostage 10 cents A specimen I saved the life of my little girl by a volume may be ordered and returned prompt use of Dr Ackers Eugllsh if not wanted John B Alden Pub- Â¬ Remedy for Consumption Mrs Wn lisher New York Chicago Atlauta V Hnrriman New York Sold by W aud San Francisco G White Prescription Druggist It wood-carvinÂ¬ Â¬ The Art Amateur David Smith died nt his home near recently aRed 84 Booneville Mo years He was born near Boones borough in Madison county but re- Â¬ moved to Missouri more than half a century ago He was related to ex sberlll P Smith Head of 10 lieal of I year okt Cat lie 3 Jemtete ami 1 Jack Colt hto Cow Calves Yearling anionic which 25 are lliMrmiKhttreda and eroett oh Mofcer The Montana Express leys lwt tMtti some Work Mules ami tl Horse Stock 75 hetul of Hone INAUGURATED WILL BE Siiool 100 aeres of Corn in the HeN several stacks of Kye awl Hay ami In this city Sunday night Wm H NOVEMBER 10 1888 fir e acres ol Tobacco Farming Ui Downey aged about 35 years He was stls Corn Planter Wheat Dtill Mw iinr Machine Reajier Plows- ihnttf formerly a well known druggist of this Elegant Dining Cars Drawls Rmh Wagon ami HHmerous other tlttoftg City but sold out on account of fulling Sleepers HoBiIsome Day Caaches health to his nurtuerj W T Brooks Ky Farm Consisting of 371 anil FKEE Colonist Sleepers Mr Downey leaves a wlfet formerly Acres Miss Bettie Ogdeu and three children WITH klTCHHN AND LAVATORY The funeral services were held at the if not soM privately before thee will whote to be s4il in parts or a methodist church conducted by his purchasers The farm is letly locnttJ pastor Rev W T Rowluud assisted good TO well aterel ami wooded a and resi Â¬ by Elder J S Sweeny Paris dence a tenant ltouse barn 4hr 31st tHtt buildhiK Land purchasers ea The Three Great Cities ef Montana for terras at any time My call mi me The deceased was 11 son of the late rensous for selling are that I am a mer Â¬ Commonwealths Attorney Downey GREAT FALLS chant and unaWe to give proper attea and brother of Miss Mollie Downey of tivHi to my flofp and farm this county and Terms made known on day of sale THOMPSON RAMSEY The death of Agues Mckee Pro Â¬ For maps and information apply to ceedings of her schoolmates in Mrs your home tieket agent to any agent Formaus school of the company or Whereas it has pleased our Heav F I WHITNEY enly Father to remove from our midst Tkt Agt Genl Paw by death our beloved schoolmate CHICKEN 20- Agnes Mckee we feel it due to her St Taul Minn memory that we should adopt the Cholera Cure following resolutions CO 1 She was most exemplary iu every respect lovfd nlike by teacher anil pupils faithful iu the discharge of every duty a model of deportment iu and out of school 2 Her character Indicated the potent influence of Christianity iu life as she was Mistaiued by its lessons in the im- Â¬ mediate prosect of death 3 We hereby express our deep regret iu view of her death and tender our sincere sympathy to her stricken ram Â¬ lly - DIILT TRAIH SERVICE tf 1 stt THE ONLY LINE HELENA BUTTE 19-2- Â¬ AITEE5 S DIETELLI Mj vO S E Mattie Miller Aonks Chknault T Y Sallir Lotciibr y J Committee ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK ASSESSOR MSI 3T Â¬ ISTEES We are authorized to announce W J HxRVEY for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of tlie 12- Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Assessor of Madion county snljeot to the action ot the democratic parly We are iiutluirizcd to announce A J WILLOUOHBYasn candidate for As esor of MimIimmi county snbjeet to the action ot the Democratic par-Â¬ 3- ty T DIUELLI - Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discover of a remedy thatawflawrj cures it has been made and to be con Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for ooe hundred chickens It is guarÂ¬ anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded WILLIS 19 IS S rOCKTON Editor Climax Several neek9 since I noticed iu your paper a cnll on me to become a candidate for Assessor pf MadUon county Signed Many Voters of Having considered the sub- Â¬ Million ject I have determined to become a candidate I thank Mauy Voters of Million for their kind aud I must say flattering expression as tn my qualifications I therefore announce myself as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Very truly 13- C R Tudor New Harftvare Store S 15- CO 4 4 u CLAUDE SMITH Desires to announce that he opened a new JM8 A22S3HEu3I H Nj Mrs Rowland and Mrs Hughes came near having a common sorrow in the burning or their children While Brother Hughes was holding meeting at Warsaw for Brother Rowland the little son of the latter in reaching up to Ihe mantle had his clothing to catch ou fire but having on heavy flannel underclothing hit life was preserved A month after this Brother Hughes was reading in his family room when some company were shown Into the parlor and he stepped there to wel- Â¬ come them leaving his little daughter who reached up to the mantle to get something for her toilet and Instantly was so enveloped in Amies Hint she died from the effects Paris Ken tuck-IaCitizen n- Take it In Time for for For want of a nail a hne was io9t want of a shoe a horse was lost want ot a horse a rider was lost aoiiijjiiiii iff CBRLS WHtHt ALL ti2t tAILi Beet Cough byrnp Tastes good Use Clevelands Grand March The above Is a popular piece that the publishers have sold thousands of in the last four months The music is very good and composed by the popu- Â¬ lar composer A B Kraemer which is a guarantee that Is first class We will Road horses trotters and ruuners for the next ten days seud for 11 2 cent stamps Address J C Gholne Co shod in any manner desired I have 30 aud 46 Arcade Cincinnati O just received an extra lot of four year It old second growth timber for repairing Yesterday afternoon between three all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ and four oclock Mr O A Oilmans anteed at the very lowest prices Shop residence on the Cane Ridge pike back of Brookss drug store about three miles from town caught Respectfully fire from a defective flue in the garret 8febly S L MIDKIFF and was burned to the ground with Sanns Specific will cure Kheuma moat of I1I3 household furniture and tlsm or money refunded Price 75c at goods There was au insurance of SI 500 ou the furniture Bourbon News Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Garnett House Skin diseases cannot be successfully treated by external applications The School Books at Whites Drug Store proper way to cure such complaints is nd St near Garnett House tf to purify the blood witliJAyersSarsapa W H Kelley will build you a good rillu Under the vltalizaing influences of this medicine all the functions of the house cheaper than any man in town mar7 tf body are- brought into healthy ac- Â¬ tion It If you want a nice buggy phceton carriage barouche or Hon Johu A Trumbo a pioneer rookaway upr4 t and in his day a prominent aud Influ- Â¬ coupe go to John Donelson ential politician died at his home near Donelson will make you as good a Owlngsyille aged 68 years Mr Trum- Â¬ buggy or carriage as can be bought bo represented his couuly in the Leg Â¬ In America aprt tf islature several times and held mauy any where - Never neglect small things The flrt FOR JAILER signs of pneumonia und consumption We are authorized to announce candidate for can positivefy be checked by Dr JOHN F WAGERS subject Ackers English Remedy for Consump Jailer of Madison county party to the3action of the Democratic Â¬ tion Sold by W O White Prescrip We are authorized to announce tion Druggist JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailerof Madison county subject to the Terrible Forewarninss 3- action of the Democratic party Cough in the mornlnc hurried or We are authorized to announce difficult breathing raising phlegm SAMUEL BIGGEKSTAFF a candi- Â¬ tightness In the chest quickened pulse date for Jailer of Madison county sub chillness iu tbe evening or sweats at ject to the action of tne Democratic 3- uight all or any of these things are the party first stages of consumption Dr Ackers We are authorized to announce English Remedy for Consumption will THOMAS S FERRELL an n candi- Â¬ cure these feartul symptoms aud is date for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic sold under a positive guarantee by W party 4- Q White Prescription Druggist We are authorized to announce Hats and Bonnets trimmed to order JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer at Mrs Lee Mauplus 120 East Main of Madison county subject to the 4-ac- Â¬ tion of the Democratic party 20 lf Street Â¬ H W H I belicvo Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my lire A II Doweix Editor Enquirer Eden- ton N C April 23 1887 tiV Hardware -- Stove - B M AND gj J TYTOHklll WT 5 FM I No The best Couch Medi cine is Pisos Cube for Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c PI1BF5 WHFRF 111 FISF TINWAHE HOUSE AT- 26 N Second St Armers old stand Im aa 20-- FAtS Best Cough 3 jinp Tastes good Use la time 8old br droszlste ESZE1 mar7- - MuIILLE ESTABLISH KD AT POST 1871 FOU COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce J B HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party 8- - Suburban Farm Public Auction Saturday Nov 17 Published Eery Afternew EXCEPT SUNDAY Has the largest ciretrtatioa of aa paper in Lewatville Tke tmlj evening paper that print tbe mw of the United rress Association Average circulatioH for the last six months over 15000 It is tke home paseribr the piooc of the Ohio Valley As a newspaper it tikes the front rank whSe the georral literarr department makes it emphatically the Calmly Pper of the South SUBSCRIPTION Uy mall 50 cents per month poUge fte 5 m per yewr postage free THg 10- - I will offer at public smIp on the prem- Â¬ ise three quarter of a mile from the Remaining unclaimed In the Post Court house In Winchester my form Offlce at Richmond Ky week ending consisting of 97J aores November 6 1888 Terms easy und made known on day Bell Telephone Co Myers Eliza of sale GW McArdle Bogey Lizzie For further information apjdy to Reid Kate Francer Len J W STAPLETON Wm Reynolds Haggard L S 2 Winchester Ky Johnson Sarilday Stewart Belle Terrill W M Lowry Miley J A Ramsey Auctioneer Nicholas Mrs Susan Welch Miss Ida 20 22 Post Office hours from G A M to 7 v Money order ami registered letter SI hours prompt 7 A M to 6 P 31 J B WILLIS P M LETTERS 88 ita il BUILDERS AND LtmsVIUt PINT 318 W Green Street LovisviLLK WAK3 lVpMlWtRIOOWO- ttt Utmif Bvt 3HS bttaimrHi rrC QK 4 - Kr G 4 - KiSVX Mt4 0 taxi nurstectu vnrkt a1 cuw or rH ltakwwr ert t Wrrt4- Hry Uaatitr Cue CONTRACTORS- - other important offices Promptness First a cold then a cough then con The Mothers Friend I took Dr only shortens and lessens pain sumption then death Not but greatly diminishes the dauger to Aclters English Remedy for Consump Â¬ life of both mother and child if used a tion the moment I began tocougl aud few mouths before confinement Write I believa It saved my life Waller N Sold by W G Regulator Co Atlan Â¬ Wallace Washington In The Bradfleld While Prescription Drufist 21 21 ta Gu School Book at Whites 2nd St near Garnett House Diig Store New Millinery Store at 120 East 20 lf Main Street Mrs Lee Maupiu tf Guard against uitaom pT Buildings of Every Description chasing a burglarborgiars and are by par Xrrp ta proof and firc proot tN4f 4MVMtlm OIUuA0i0W Satisfaction guaranteed it umA mti mI Lklifiltit JAnilU Estimates made free of charge Flam 4 Jmwt tfen - kpt tMm ta yver twret for j WUMvk mjf bt rIMUtty Vca jow tfc m mpn Jt furnished on application on short notice NI1II ft to lfett V mW IM9 grtM tOT ttffttftlC tfcMwtaxkf uLSaX4kllOiXYtsptrtfr LONG COLKY Every merchant every farmer everv Utr9ttowlMltl7 twajri44laaWrvntr Contractors and BtiMen twines van every professional man pr ntf 4rbMintdeketewtabM JM3firB njcMtv iDnrmJtir MWMrv IfcU tw itMtt v WrfJ trr cght to have a safe Account books ac counts notes checa receipts nunev vten timfm U tra H tot Anvric W i l jjwelry and other valuables can be kept fof yalitojartaBltwtotawcaajaatyprfcn A prUl a tn W all harm at small expense from Amr J Contractor lrUea to Wltto 6V tJK jo l wr hvm HCmmn ftsttfyoatlo dab4ertafertlMr THECARY SArE Cl an I prepared withkind experienced set of ttw MM rM wib f ffc warM udvfv Urr BmoC 32 West Eajle St Buffilo N V of hOH boflding hand to do alt COSTLY HAlilIS WparBXBCrrUHC1o uan oaj niauM oa sx m rusnasx Uixsv and repairing Give hhn a call WOtK of the Carei safes can be 14 v 1 ten at The Cm x orSc mar tf Sk3- o MirAi a Vtf4- - r nOMinilUOl latt ra spear dim jiwuutUpowiw feral H The undersigned woukl respectfully an nounce to truxe contemplating bwknBg that they are prepared to contract for BiGLMMF flffi b- -- i3 A b H Â¬ 4frtr 1 rirr tl K KE2IEY and Builder EfcTib- INIlJ CENTRAL UHIYERSITY WILL OPEN UNCLE BILLS BARGAIN ICBODKE la TK NEXT SBSSION Wtkfy Th WW Sept 12 of the Fuoulty xnnler the ami uw pnius will be f rtaretl te make Phhparatory Dbpartmrnt 1 BENNETT I IURMST0M Madison County School ttM prepare xtys for CoMese Bd at the time give a tlHt Hcli uracttaal eduea iUm In those wlHtcati not lake the reg Â¬ ular ewMree Special attetitiuii will be givet to Writing Composition Book KtH t4s awl Civil Engineering Atleittton is called lo tle following coHintMiiieatioti from one of our pa Tlie attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior trow a promiHent citizen of the oom roHoMy Mr BuniHm Mates clearly tl metlHxl pursued ami the oharaoter line of Dross Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be of work done iu this department ef the had in New York UniverbRy Richmond Ky June iSth iSSS Dr L H BL ANTON Chancellor of Central University My JJmttr Z Ar Lat M I started my oMeet sen then in his twelfth c c year with him misgivings as to the wis Â¬ dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart Â¬ ment of your cortege and during the uxoai year which has ut dosed my special and critical attention has been con stantly directed to the conduct of that de Â¬ partment and I with to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from thove charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and for application The system pursued in tbe department Parasols all that can be desired is one that trains the pupil to think reason logic illy and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional instructors hate the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the mtnd of young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted m this respect and I earnestly hope that their sen ices With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New mar be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency hat now obtains in York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the this department may continue best houses of lhat city and versed in every detail of the business I am verv trulr yours AR BURN AM that can be ileelred Oar aim is to DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres Â¬ Lace Flounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity Â¬ Merchant Tailorim Catalogue apply to a 5Fr farther iHformtiH tittd aided by on elaborate stock of L H BLANTOX ClIANCKLIXR CHAS S POWELL J SPBEB SMITH French English anil American Suitings TROUSERINGS and VESTIBI GS Viva Iiiaitp ilIlfAT inn imm aJIlvU est FlKB IXSURASCE COMPANIES ill the workl We represent the SMITH POWELL We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us We represent ten of the strong- Â¬ argued fur moran hour about hens an knittin needles an things until at last Eastman give in an sez Wall I spose I might jost ez well swop ez not although I hate to tetany body got the So Eastman giro advantage ur me Bill the knittin needle and Bill giro Eastman the egg But when Bill got to the door he turnt round an come back again an sez Mr Eastman aint It the cus- Â¬ tom fur you to treat when youve set- Â¬ You an me tled with a customer her hed our dispute but weve come to a settlement and an understanding Seems to me it would be tho bandsomo thing for you to treat Eastman didnt see it in just that light but Bill hung on so an wuz so tsonCiilatltt that finally Eastman hand Â¬ ed out a tumbler an tho bottle o Mod ford rum to scorn particular sez Bill pourin out half a tumblerful uv the liquor but I liko to take my rum with an egg in it Now this come pretty near breakln Eastmans heart Ho hed laid tho egg on a shelf behind tho counter an he reached for it an handed It to Bill say In Wall Im In for It an thoros no use uvof klckln Bill broke the ogg into tho rum and lo an behold it wuz a double yelk eggl Gosh but Bill wuz ex- Â¬ cited Mr Easman sez ho youv boon a takin an edvantago over me How so asked Mr Eastman Why this egg has got two yelks What ur that sed Eastman Well simply this soz Bill that ef youre inclined to do the fair thing youll hand over another knittin Jiugene Field in Chicaqo needle News Sow He Made a Mighty Sharp Shop Keeper Do tha Ftr Thine Bill WU8 old Jedgo Hiram Cad wells oldest boyyou rocollect the Cad wells used to live on tho road near tho cemetery Old Jedgo Cadwell waa about ez shlf less a man ez I over seo but Bill bed a great bizness bead caielate be must her inherited it from bis mother who coma of the finest stock in Hampshire County When ho wuz a boy Bill wuz always tradln an ewapin an I sposo he started out in life with more jaok knivca thand stock n store An1 Bill preserved Id man- Â¬ hood all thenl talents which he ex Â¬ hibited in youth Whenever you meet a man at looked ez if hed been run through a sieve youd feol mighty safe tn bettin that hed been havin bizness dealins with Bill CadwelL One day Bill came into Eastmans store an1 allowed as how hes bo power- Â¬ ful glad to git a knittin needle His wife wanted one ho said Mr Cadwell sez Eastman a knittlfl hecdlo will cost you jsst find ccnti BUI looked kind uv surprised like and sez Knittin needles must her gone up senco I come in fur one last winter Wall sez Eastman after payin freight nd one thing nd anothor I cant afford to let knittin needles go fur lessni cent apiece Bill didnt say any thing for a mtn nlt or two but after lookm out uv the door at the scenery ho turnt round and sez Look hero Mr Eastman Til tell you what Til do Ill trade you an egg fur a knittin needle Eastman shook his head Why not sez Bill You dont suppose at a darned old knittin needle is wuth ez much ez an egg do ye I norer heard ur any body payin freight on hens sez Eastman ho wuz the most sarcastic cuss in tho town Â¬ ship Eastman wuz No nor I never hoerd ur foedln knittin needles sez Bill It dont cost nothin1 to raise knittin needles Well Bill an Eastman argued an tbe African tale To all this wai Jadded the melodious tones or toon of the harmonica the soft sound of the flute the charms of agreeable song and tho mellifluous notes of tho organ Tho farce drew a host of wealthy gulls until 1781 when Gra- Â¬ ham showing the better part of valor sold off every thing by public auction and safely retired with his gains Westminster HeVietf POLISHING - GRANITE II III capital in the world the Company lhat has the largest paid up capital i the world tlie Company that Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and has the larseet assets in the world the only Company in the world unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc lhat pays its losses without discount and does not make you ajiree in its policy to wait eixty days alter a lire to getyonr money All Companies charge the same rate then in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the mos Â¬ Compaq that has the largest GENTS FURNISHING GOODS I dont want WALL PAPERS CROORE Why not Insure in the Best elegant embossed gilt Insure yottr house and contents and lep soundly it will be too late aAer you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 OOOjMO capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Globe BffiEIT k URMSTON apllS tf Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky Commercial Union Guardian Home Lancashire Queen Hartford German riremastsFund National Total Assets 076673 2476165 20603324 OLD TIME ADVENTURERS H 8061183 5 6oi5 2604 Queer Enterprises That Aitonlshed Lon- Â¬ don In the Last Century 119121514 aprtS am ADRUFF nniuiEB uevelei DEALER IX Watch Clocks Jewelry Silver and PlaleW ware etc Special attention given to SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING rromptiy done ami la a workmanlike manner Caeli Paid for Oia Gold and Silver Seir DHit hirget the place next iloor tlie flkse Kiettnond Ky jan 4 lf Pt w PATENT I Patent Caveats and Trade Marks procured ltejecivd Application Re vivmI hhH Proaeettfed All business U H Patent Office pntmpt U fre the lv alttntdwi t fur moderate feec awl no c iiarne Hmde ttttletH Patent in secured bend hr MTnvHlirV Inkle Fit AX KLIN H HODGH Washington I C in-y-- 8f q l i Fine farriap KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS PttOPKIKTOR JOHN DOtfBLSON 1 1 Hffl tf Coxs extraordinary enterprise which ho set going tn 1771 come rathor un Â¬ der the head of lunacy than swindling His fixed idea was to combine the wealth and luxury of Asia with tho i mechanical inventions of Europe in a 6eries of extraordinary artificial pro-Â¬ ductions To realize his monster whims ho devoted a considerable pri Â¬ vate fortune and an Imaginative bent which was far above the common and loaded with his fantastic command the most skillful engineers inrentors clockmakers goldsmiths and jewelers I in France and England Ho thus ere long saw himself in possession of a vast collection of marvels and master-Â¬ pieces finished to the highest perfec- Â¬ tion of tho art workers powers Coxs scheme was to transport all theso to Asia for sale to Eastern potentates He Fall--and--Winter-however kept tho collection not an unfit precursor of those modern shows which we call exhibitions somo nino CONSISTING OF years in London where ho charged half a guinea for Inspecting it Gold and silver diamonds and other stones were worked into all sorts of animal from the medium price to the highest It is our aim forms camels elephants and so on lo suit the public and to do it we have bought goods which moved and seemed to breathe to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but birds that sang ducks that swam Rood honest goods at honest prices We handle the game that ran about in a thicket A best makes of custom goods and want a share of castle six feet high which cost orer your patronage if prices are a condition 100000 was destined for the Great Mogul and a copy of it was actually Respectfully sent to Pekln for tho Emperor of China But debt with its lengthening chain fatally encompassed the rision rach2liy ary he nerer could realize more than a fraction of Ills large scale Asiatic programme only part of his collection got to India and the rest was sold up in London Then there appeared in 1780 that king of natire quacks the Scotch Dr Graham with his occult celestial bed which cost or so ho sald 16000 Ilia house In Pall Mall he called the Temple of Health and Hymen of which deities ho pro- Â¬ claimed himself the high priest This temple was decorated with glass of all colors precious rases filled with raro perfumes statues of tho human form MAIN divine in their Groves of Blarney cos- Â¬ tumes and the rest of it- - His book on jjfc ip SSsl5 the Principles of Health cost half a guinea and recommended cleanliness moderation early rest and early ris- Â¬ Is the place to go if you want anything in ing sleeping in the light especially in moonlight singing drinking his divine Diamonds Watches balm at only a half guinea tho bottle and sleeping first at one hun- Â¬ I Clocks Jewelry Fine dred guineas a night and for a fifty 8 mark note in the marvelous and a Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas celestial magnetico electric bed the J first the only one in tho world or Gold Headed Canes which erer had existed It was situat Â¬ ed In the holy of holies in front of his Fine Razors charminghermltage It was isolatÂ¬ and transparent Fine Pocket Knives ed on six massire by a vast canopy columns and covered of brass rods which communicated Domestic Sewing Machines with an enormous electric machine lodged in an upper chamber In the bed posts wore inserted AND ALL KINDS OF vases of ether which was first volatilized and infinitely subdivided SEW1KG MACBIKE NEEDLES by the electric fluid and then breathed with the atmospheric air by those who chose to pay Dr Graham for a nights lodging The sheets were of purple and sky blue satin and the YOUR mattresses perfumed with the most precious essences of Araby The electric cyllndor conducted into the bed chamber and into every part of the bed the all dlrine celestial elec- Â¬ and SILVER and tric fire the fluid whloh animates and get new goods for virifies every thing including Sho it or the He too for it and iu this case founds like a vulgaris anti climax tu To The Public T- Ildw This Seemtncly Intricate Work Is rtrforni d bj- Clever Artisans ho form is glVdd td the stono by tho hands of skilled masons in much thd same way as is done with other stones of softer nature Of course tho timo required is considerably greater in the case of granite as compared with other stones If tho surface is not to bo polished but only fine axed as It is called that is done by tho uso of a hammer com- Â¬ posed of a number of slips of steel of about a sixteenth of an inch thick Which are tightly bound together the edges being placed on the same piano With this toctl tho workman smooths the surface of tho stone by a series of taps or blows given at a right angle to tho surface operatod upon By this means tho marks of the blows as glren obliquely on tho surface of the stone are obliterated and a smooth face pro- Â¬ duced Polishing is performed by rubbing in the first place with an Iron tool and sand and water Emery is next ap- Â¬ plied then putty with flannel All plain surface and molding can bo done by machinery but all carvings or surfaces broken into small portions of various elevations are done by the hands of the patient ha nd polishers The operation of sawing a block of granite into slabs for panels tablos or voiuiDoy pieces is a siuw process lao rate of progress being about half an inch per day of ton hours The machines employed are few and simple Thoy aro technically called lathes wagons- and pendulums or rubbers The lathes are employed for polishing of columns tho wagons for flat sur-Â¬ face and tho pendulums for molding and such flat wor as ib not suitable for the wagon In the lathes tho column is placed and supported at each end by points upon which It rovolres On tho upper surface of tho column there are laid pieces of iron segments of the circum- Â¬ ference of tho column The weight of theso pieces of Iron lying upon the column and the constant supply by the lathe attendant of sand and water emery or putty according to the state of finish to which the column has been brought constitute the whole opera- Â¬ tion While sand is used during the roughdr staid of tho processi theso Irons aro bare but when using emery and putty tho surface of the iron next ui iuh biuuu is cuverou wiia micK flannel Tho wagon is a carriage running upon rails in which tho pioces of stone to be polished are fixed having uppermost tho surface to be operated upon Above this surface there are shafts placed perpendicularly on the lower end of which aro fixed rings of iron These rings rest upon the stone and when the shaft rerolves they rub tho surface of tho stone At the same time the wagon travels backward and forward upon the rails so as to exposo the whole surface of the stono to the action of the rings Tho pendulum Is a frame hung upon hinges from tho roof of the work shop To this frame are attached iron rods moring in a horizontal direction In the line upon which these rods move and under them tho stone is firmly placed upon tho floor Pieces of iron are then loosely attached to tho rods and allowed to rest upon the surface of the stone When the wholo is set in motion these irons are dragged back Â¬ ward and forward over the surface of the stone and so it is polished Whon polishing plain surfaces such as tho needle of an obelisk the pieces of iron are flat but when wo have to polish a molding we make an extra pattern of its form and the irons aro cast from that pattern Stone Mason OLD TOILET RECIPES Some Peculiar Specimens Culled from An Â¬ BOOTS SHOES AND HATS WALLACE RICES Have just gotten in an immense stock of Goods Alal GRADES PRICES WALLACE RICE DP THE AEIER STREET 55v35 JEWELER briuo m Old Gold flu cient Egyptian Iapyrl Curious hair recipes occur on some of the papyri some of which are very One to prevent the hair from absured turning gray directs that a salve should be made from the blood of a black calf cooked in oil in anothor that of a black bull Is preferred for the same object evidently the color of tho animal was to pass through the salve into the hair In another place we read of the tooth of a donkey dipped in honey being used for really strengthening the hair and the ingredients for an ingenious compound aro given for injuring the hair of a rival and tho counter remedy to be used by thoso who think their hair oil has been tampered with by a suspicious friend Cakes of somo com- Â¬ position which absorbed oil were al- Â¬ ways placed on tho heads of the guests at feasts and from them thooil gradu- Â¬ ally trickled down through tho hair A most disagreeable prac Â¬ tice seem to this may us but to thorn It appears to havo given great pleasure and with tho Egyptians as with Hebrews oil was symbolical of joy and gladness Rouge and other coloring substances were used by wom- Â¬ en of Egypt to enhance as thoy thought their beauty tho eyes had often a green tint underneath them the lashes and eyebrows were penciled in black and as In modern Egypt the nails wero stained red with a prepara- Â¬ tion from the henna plant In our muse- Â¬ ums wo can see the little pots and rases formerly filled with these unguents and colors and the pencils they send with them as well as various sorts of combs and hairpins of the latter there is a rery pretty sot at the Museum at Bou lak single pronged wooden pins with jackal heads stuck into a cushion in the form of a turtle which was evi- Â¬ dently ono of the farorlte- - dressing tablo ornaments belonging to the de-Â¬ ceased lady All theso little essentials of the toilet wore placed in tho tombs by the loving hands of friends and re Â¬ lations for the uso of that spiritual body which thoy believed required all the adornment the lady had loved up- Â¬ on earth Notwithstanding the elab Â¬ orate caro lavished by tho Egyptian lady on her personal adornment sho adopted a simplicity of dress suitablo to the climate in which sho lived Except for the wig the head was usually uncovered with sometimes a colored band tied round it Tho Queens often wore tho vulture head- Â¬ dress but this was more of an official ornament than as a covering In com- Â¬ mon life also the women both of high and low degree went barefoot though they had sandals to wear when they were in full dress Theso sandals were made of papyrus or palm fiber or of leather thoy had straps to pass around tho foot and between the toes and in some a piece of the solo was turned up anu bent over the toes to protect them in later times some of the leathor sandals hod sides to thorn which CUUS03 them very much to re Â¬ Woman semble modern shoes World m m TEETH An Interesting Paperon the Germ Theory of Dental Carles From the beginning the etiology of dental carles ha been a vexed ques Â¬ tion and has attracted much attention and study but till late years with few valuable results To Dr W D Miller of Berlin Gormviy an Amsrlcan be Â¬ longs tho orcdit of solving tho problem and of giving to the profession a theory of dental carles so well founded dn and experiments corefully dovlsod study that It is hardly questioned at tho present day In brief It is that it is the work of bacteria and their fer Â¬ ment powers To understand the germ theory a on bacteria fow general remarks fungi seems necessary and we com- Â¬ Bacteria are the mence with them smallest of known organized beings and throughout the borderland divid Â¬ ing animals from plants they are now generally recognized as vegetables They vary In size from 1 100000 to 1 125 of an inch The smallest can not be measured They are unicel- Â¬ lular plants that Is to say plants composed 6f one coll They multiply in both ways by division and by tho In the former formation of germs Then case the cell first elongates when It has doubled Its length it sep- Â¬ arates into two parts each being in all respects like the parent cell and this method of growth goes on con- Â¬ tinually In the formation of spores the contents of a cell instead of divid- Â¬ ing contracts on itself forming a spor or seed Generally but one spor is thus formed but at times from four Tho to six may bo thus developed 6pors are analogous to seeds in tho higher plants Their most pronounced characteristic being their great vital- Â¬ ity they resist greater extremes of temperature and stronger acids and alkalis than tho bacteria themselves and In all ways are more difficult to destroy As animals have waste prod- Â¬ ucts so havo plants and they are no tnOTQ a peculiarity of the ono than of the other Among the waste products of plant life may be named the woody fiber thd leaves that drop in the fall tho alkaloids like strychnia gummy exudations resins etc It is a mooted question if the waste products of pathogenic bacteria ore not the prime causes of tho diseases they create Koch the distinguished pathologist and bacteriologist of Berlin lays down four postulates to be observed in de- Â¬ termining whether a given micro- Â¬ organism is the cause of a given dis- Â¬ ease 1 The fungi must bo found in the blood lymph or in the dead body of the animal affected 2 The fungi so found must be iso- Â¬ lated and cultivated outside the animal body and through successive genera- Â¬ tions 3 A pure cultivation thus obtained must when introduced Into the body of a healthy animal produce the dis- Â¬ ease in question 4 In the inoculated animal tho same micro organism must again be found These laws were intended by Koch to apply to pathogenic bacteria which are parasitic in their nature that is live on or in living animals but they ore just as valuable in reforring to saprogenic bacteria those that live on dead animal or plant material to which latter class tho bacteria of dental caries decay belong Dr Miller asks no favors and wants tho same rigid laws to apply to his theory Before taking up his study Dr Mil Â¬ ler was well aware of the fermenting powers of the pytaline of tho saliva an unorganized ferment and also that the mouth was a rare garden for the growth and propagation of bacteria but as a temperature of 67 dog Cent destroys pytaline and did not bacteria and as a weak solution of carbolic acid or a stronger ono of ether de-Â¬ stroys bacteria he soon found that tho acid producing ferment in the mouth was capable of reproducing itself was an organized ferment a species of bacteria It was also known that the tubules in carious teeth were filled with micro organisms Dr Miller obtained pure cultures of the bacteria from the mouth and from the deeper portions of decayed teeth and in tubes containing these cultures mixed with a ferment-Â¬ able material sugar placed several pieces of sound teeth These after from two to three or four weeks wero found to be softened and a microscopic examination showed the same physical characteristics as natural carles the distended tubules filled with micro- Â¬ organisms Artificial caries had thus been produced and Kochs demands were satisfied Caries decay of teeth means that the teeth are destroyed by an acid pro-Â¬ duced in tho mouth by the ferment powers of bacteria sugar and starch being indirect but powerful factors in To dentist the work of destruction and patient the theory emphasises the necessity of cleanliness The brush the pick and the floss silk must be constantly used especially on retir-Â¬ ing at night Antiseptics ore valuable auxiliaries but that is all George 8 Allan in Boston Herald DECAY OF THE KATYDID COURTSHIP her of their entire devotion and that ihoy rtould not bo swayed from their but did not tarry long howover walked away without a slnglo follow Â¬ er and only one of the gallants saluted lier as she passed touching her with his antenna The mode of communication among allinseCtd is with these organs and for aught vd know their language may be oa perfect with them as ours with us Mary Treat in Chautau quant - loyalty by thld unbidden guest She i 1 GORMLEY CO BRISTLE CULTURE r saw it stated in a newspaper tho other day said a brush manufacturer that most of thd bristles used in brush making in this Country cafflfl from England tho natural inference beÂ¬ ing that tho bristles wero the product of English hogs Such is not the case by any means English hogs do not grow bristles that the brush makers can uso with any profit or economy Russian swino provide nearly all of tho bristles that nre used In the business and they fire imported into this country from But there aro not as many England Russian bristles used here as formerly for the great Western hog market of our own country supplies all that are necessary for tho commdrisr kind of brushes The best bristles in tho world ex- cept those supplied in limited quantity by France come from the vast forests of Northern Russia thoso of the Ukraine being superior to others of that coun-Â¬ try In no part of the world are there such endless supplies of mast conal berry and acorn bearing trees Their area covers thousands of miles which are unbroken forests of oak larch beech pine and other trees that bear and drop tho richest food for swine which swarm in tho woods in a half wild state guarded and looked after by swino herders as wild as tho hogs themselves It is not there and in that state of savagery that tho hogs give up their bristles to commerce but from theso great droves the swine are selected for tho culture of the bristle crop for tho bogs that aro to furnish It aro treated and cared for with that end in view Thoy are brought from the northern wilds and pastured near the great tallow factories of Russia They are fed at certain seasons on the refuse of tho tallow factories which in a short time puts them in fine condi- Â¬ tion The bristle crop is gathered in the summer time after the hogs havo been fed for months on the tallow refuse and arc enormously fat and In tho desired condition for plucking ior Russian bristles are not the yield of dead hogs but are lire like live goose feathers Tho swine aro driven into inclosures until thoy are packed in like sardines in a box They plunge and kick and squeal in their close quarters until they aro heated to a feverish condition of blood That to-Â¬ gether with the condition of fatness they aro in seems to loosen the roots of the bristles and the bristle pluckers pull them out more easily than a wom- Â¬ an can remove tho feathers of a goose Apparently tho pulling out of tho bris- Â¬ tles is attended with no pain whatever to the hog When the hogs are all plucked they are turned loose and aro at liberty to run at large in their pastures until they grow a new crop of the material for which they are kept g and the time arrives for them again for tho next plucking Bristles from hogs of Northern Russia always havo at the roots little tufts of soft wool which underlies the roots in tho hogs neck It is supposed for tho purpose of protecting them from the rigorous weather of that region France and Germany supply a small but valuable share of the bristles used in the trade The German peasants save every bristle that falls from their hogs and their herds are watched carefully so that none of tho valuable shedding is lost They do not pluck their hogs alive but when a pig is killed the first thing dono is to secure tho bristles Collectors go about tho country at regular Intervals purchas- Â¬ ing tho bristle hoardings of the peas Â¬ ants Germany produces mora bris- Â¬ tles than France but thoso of tho lat- Â¬ ter country exceed all others In value although it has long been conjectured in the trade that a largo portion of the bristles sold as French ore really the Russian article manipulated by proc- Â¬ esses known only to French bristlo tallow-fattenin- How tho Half Wild IIog or Russia Are Plucked of Their Slanes SADIjXES HBoBirvBN janMiY JhLj MAIN STEEET EICHMOND KY KENTUCKY CEUTRAL E R BLUE GHR4SS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Roate from Central Kentucky to West and Southwest AH Points North E Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th ISSS SOUTH BOUND Lvo Covington Ive Falmouth Lve Cymhluiin-Arr Paris Arr Lexington -Lve Iaris Arr Winchester Arr lUehiiKind Arr Lancaster Arr Ulan font No 2 Ex Sun 830 aat I4K03 No ft No 4 Daily IEx Ssh 895 pm xno po NORTH BOUND Lve LIviKgHeB Ne3 M05 ami Nol I N a 1140 am 1105 an ps 1230 pro 1130 pm 610 pa 1055 pi 530 pa 1150 a po 05 pra 135 P 200 pm 510 pm 00 pm 305 pm 320 pm 45 P 93 P 1034 pm 430 10c 50 pm 510 3i pa pa 1S Lve nerra Arr Richmond Lve H4fMwt- tLve LsSfMMHOr n ami 6C50 n5 Arr CM aial 515 am 545 am 710 p m 840 -- Ive Arr Arr Livingston ICtchiiioiHl Bereu pm Arr Winclteftter pm Arr lsro Lve IexlB8tH Xjve mrH Ive Cvntbmna Lve Falmouth Arr Covlwcon Lve Richmond am jmrm 13a p Ml 650 am s T4o am K5 am p 30 P rjS am 4 C35 am p 4 906 am 43 M03 am icoo p 11 35 am r MAYSVILLE BRANCH feOUTH BOHND No 1L No Daily Daily Ex Sun Ex Suu acee araJ 3S NORTH BOUND No No Dally Sx Siii tX U Lve Maywille Carlisle Arr No Covington- LexIngtoH Parts- Jlllleibni - 915 ami 1135 a aM 6ceo W1 T ii an a Kao H bm pm 114 Lexington- ram- 35s pm Am MllterKsmrK 105 pm Lve CovIbkIoh aj4 pa 35 P km pm pa Â¬ Carlii JohtOA MHysvllte 1015 MS 830 857 931 a am am am am am 4 3 4- 5 - MC50 at 830 a m arrives Falmouth 1030 a in Sunday only No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Â¬ rives Covington 630 p m Sunday only No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m arrives Paris 755 p m No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m arrives Falmouth 720 p ra No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a rn arrives Covington 750 a m Daily Except Sunday Note No 3 Daily betwetn Richmond Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays 32 leaves Covington this tram runs through to Richmond K others are daily except Sunday Direct eonnretiea Is bhmsh at WinrlirsTr wllh Chesapeake ami 0to tor Mt Sien j Ashland IIuiiIIiicUmi Clwiestou W and EaMeru Cities FAST LINBNax 3 and 4 ran via VVm eheserMolW Train with Pullman Sleepin Curs netweeti Cincinnati and Richmond -and Wlnebeater and Wafchltktfi D C V any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call ou any agent of the Company or S F B MOR8K K H BACON Agf Uen Pafer Aat Tra t Covington Ky Lexington K II E UUVT1NGTON F B CAKR Agt Cienl Manager Richmond Ky Ueneral Ofltcex CoVlnglon Ky ThrottKhTiefcetManU BaegHKe Checked o Par QUEEN AITD CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Pricp tats oil East asu m on Mos t I O -- JS SC When a cat gives an entertainment from the top of a wall it isnt tJiia eat wo object to its iho wauL a Lady On a Bright August Evening In the twilight of on evening in last August my attention was drawn to quite an unusual syllabic sound ka ka kat ka The repltltlon was sharp and incisive indecating that the musi- Â¬ cians wero young and full of life and why they did not complete tho sentence Katy did Katy did it aroused my curiosity sufficiently to Incite an inves Â¬ tigation of tho matter Stopping out on tho veranda I soon found Miss Katy on a vine which ran over the piazza surrounded by a group of gal- Â¬ lants Whether she was a sod flirt and had brought tho infliction upon herself of so many callers or whether it was her own inherent loveliness and beauty that attracted so many at the same time was not for me to know I could see only tho result of some law or katydid etiquette which was inex Â¬ plicable to mo There were five of these young suitors looking precisely alike and so far as I could see no preference vas shown to one more than to another by the fair Katy who was seated on a spray of honeysuckle and embowered by an overhanging cluster of bolated flowers Her visitors walked around her in a 6low courtly manner with their long antenna lying straight back ovor their wings But every little while one and then another of the number would politely salute her by bringing forward his antennas and gently waving it over her then would come the sharp chorus of voices ha kat kat all talking at once when the suitor would subside and replace his antennm over his back and fall into rank with the others Happening to know that another fe Â¬ male was not far away I secured her and placed her near this group think Â¬ ing thereby to divide their attention I put her below them knowing her tendency would bo to walk upward rather than down She no sooner reached the party than the first Mis3 Katy began to rise up until she stood on the very tips of her toes looking like a young giantess and all the time waving her antennaj as if to dismiss her while the sharp click of tho males resounded on every side as if assuring Observations Blade by idlsposed of by dyeing them block N Y Sun dealers French bristles are the white beautifully dressed ones of which THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- choice brushes for artists and painters Many so called camels are made m Cincinnati and Lexington with 7vrnTiO hair brushes are simply fine Fronch tiiiu luviniun nnfl Vfo lif TlMlinC Bieeptus ana BaOet Cars te nearly all ot which possess all the softness Mieimporiauiiauesoi wesonui wiuioai ouange bristle at the extremities and that peculiar RUNNING TIIKOUUH CABS springiness that makes tho camels hair Only T ITIO TWENTY EiailT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLK FLORIDA IN so valuable Travelers have n choice of two kinds ot Steeping Cur on Cnnninl Whenever a shoemaker is choos- Â¬ OJJUlylill llOlIlU QUEEN AND CltBSCENT ROUTE Manns Elegant Bou Â¬ ing his bristles he never wonts them doir buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Ream Pattern over six inches in length the Russian bristles grow as long as ten Inches kSS Nearly All the Leading Railroads for over that length thoy do not havo Urand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati passengers lioWlng tickets vlu th line ar saved transfer tho toughness and firmness necessary therefore and ceoveulenceacross the City and are assured a Journey attended 1th speei1 comfort for his use Color is the chief thing to be looked for in determining tho Travel via- - Queen and Crescent tSSSSS Lno ot th value of bristles for fine brushes General Offices Cincinnati White bristles bring the highest price JOHN C U AULT St Paul Building West FourthOSt KDWA RDM Oblo D General Manager Acttag General Paxsenser Agent This is noftheir natural color White- Â¬ R CARROLL R X RYAN ness is produced by much washing General Superintendent General Freight Agent 27 J QUINLAN General Advertising Age hU combing and skillful bleaching with sulphur Some bristles will not bo come any nearer white than a cream rcolor and they aro the next in value Others and many others at that will not consent to a change from a dirty brown or bluelsh gray Such are TCtin acrt 1 u J M lagans MAiH STREET GROCERY OH UPPER Counterfeit Dollar Bills Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands ot A now counterfeit one dollar silver certificate has been put in circulation Roasted Coffee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha It is so well executed that it will pass in many coses An ordinary close ex Â¬ Pare Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine amination however will show its Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans fraudulent character Tho portrait of New and fresh goods throughout embracing the beat brand and Martha Washington Is badly executed and tho bill has a blurred appearance qualities but not more so than a genuine ono which has been for some time in cir-Â¬ culation The Secret Service officers aro on the lookout for those Queensware Glassware Woodenwre who havo issued new this counterfeit and believe that better hands aro at work circulating them than the poor Italians who wero Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc arrested a few days ago while trying Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs to pass a counterfeit 5 note The greatest danger with tho 1 note is auglO 1 y that it will get into tho hands of house Â¬ keepers who aro generally careless In the handling of money and many perÂ¬ sons who can ill afford to lose the money will become the victims Thoso FAID VP CATXTAJO STOCK 9200000 who handle money constantly are not likely to bo deceived except when they receive the counterfeit tied up with a quantity of good money 2T Y Mail and Express STAPLE FANCY GEOCEEIES T03B AOOOS OIG ABS SECHLER - CO A Burslem England prooC pher received back a proof from a customer with the instructions that he was to do half a dozon with tho coat buttoned and half a dozen with the garment unbuttoned tho some as tho A California Chinaman has found photogra- Â¬ I 60 li55iAAY MAXUPACTCIIUR8 0 C3 a uso for the bugs and beetles which cold are attracted and killed by thoelectrio lights Ho gathers them and pickles them in brandy Heap good for ho say3 BEND FOB OATAXOaTJE 35 USINESS ANB PLEASURE VEHICLES rnpinofs w soia users ef swaiers IfflproTeii PerfcUsa FtftfWfiiC Work All Guaran1 T- - T Jw Jk 1 -- - ta