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JT t V jfr- BuEHmSSHmHhS WWB rBlSjiGaCygffiMSllBff ar t 0 v7 Ojtj iapanSwssirsSa fep jjyyiL oo vi f F SJL L Y j I ors y dBjKlN I aBvTFl C5 JSaS f ssji ll ITtgg-2iy - mm 4 pi n B - aw li e- - r irint Shows tk ouV l AN VVAAO 1889 SI 5P NUMBER 10 r l L INGERSOLL ON VOLUME III Kentucky IliT RICHMOND CHARMS AND PHILTERS Their Manufacture a Practlos Nearly Old as the Itace Tho manufacture of lovo charms and philters is a practice nearly as old as tho race Tho mediaeval astrologers found their principal rerenuo from tho Bale of charms which were to attract different oyes to tho ownor of them or bring back to its allegiance some errant heart Tho male sex when driven to entire despair by some heart whole flouting she did not scruple to uso the charms of the philter as a last resort but tho gentler sex were tho as- Â¬ trologers better customers Forhaps becauso men are naturally more given to vanity and more confident of thoir unaided per- charms naps becauso cus- Â¬ immemorial tom has decreed that woman must wait to be wooed and forbids that sho shouldput forth her powers of por suasion and eloquonce At all events womonjaro to thifOdaJ- - the chief users o charms and secret devices for com- Â¬ passing thoir ends in matters of tho heart Hero is a love charnTWhlch is declared to bo absolutely infalliblo and was recommended and manufactured foryears and in great numbers by a very old New Orleans nogress who was a voodoo - priestess and who was said to bo moro than a hundred years old Sho was a native African and novor learned to speak English very distinctly Sho lived by tolling fort- Â¬ unes the sale of herbs and voodoo charms and this lovo charm which had r very high reputation for ef- Â¬ ficiency not only among her own people but aiflong tho Creoles as wolL It was made by catching a small treo tgad one of tho sort which make night resonant in those warm regions and which are not vory much larger than tho first joint of a mans thumb provided tho man bo a big one but with a voico out of all proportion to their sizo Their backs are a smooth delicate green in color without speckles and on tho underside they arc pure silvery white Those little noisy r ptiles aro vory shy and difficult to catch and it was always a mystory how this antique darky tnanaged to secure them as thoy generally prefer to sing in ttieup per branches of tho largest trees Sho tlid get them however and compassed their demise by the kindly barbaric device of driving a large pin through their hoods She then looked for an aatyhill and In Lousialia tho for- Â¬ mica are numerous and voracious near which sho bufied her wretched littlo victim whose bones aro imme- Â¬ diately pickled and polished to snowy whitcnoss by the ants In tho course of a day or two the remains were dis Â¬ interred and went through certain voodoo formularies mysterious ordsand wero assed-4hrough fire upon which salt was sprinkled The charm was then ready for use and tho purchaser having paid 250 all in silver half dollars for this treas- Â¬ ure was then required to wear it about hor neck for seven nights in Sho was then to lie in succession wait for the insensate wretch who had failed to properly appreciate her attractions and unobserved hook the littlo skoleton to the gentle Â¬ mans coat by its sharp white claws Ho probably crushed it or dropped it very shortly after but if it romained only a very few minutes five or six at most tho charm was sure to work so great wore ite mysterious powers Tho ancient African managed to dispose of somo forty or fifty of these charms every year and she was wont solemnly to assert that out of several hundred cases in which tho charm was used but seven had entirely failed and in those cases because the charm had been ap Â¬ plied in the dark of tho moon it being necessary that all love charms should have thefr uso when the moon was waning Philadelphia Item African-w-- MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 hedged about these patient Injr how littlo the outside world knew of the actual wretchedness that MONKEYS A Close IN t r- IjD A i T 7 WilMo Bice in- - GUIANA f iiihC FA A KBaMMi nretLt I iwLilVfVi f f TIT I l lhe extensive dealors j Al TORXEl R iMISD 4 Slices Gents Fiiisli- KBKTUCKY tho sound cor Â¬ of a net broko upon my car Clear and plalnttvoly sweet its notes swelled out upon tho alrv Thoy issued from ono of the most dilapidated of tho dwellings one that ttood on tho very edge of one of tho toil rr Ti Jiiv iwimy con r Flffelreetsame as jhhmjihw - formerly s It WELL II - MjM C jj eo-- 1 JaiWslHatS at No heir 101 Webt Main Street Riciiinond Ky have received threatening soam3 ttokxev a tla r ENTA L SIMMS KteXTOCKYJl n ocim1 Mreet I BRY SHMMBE STOGK i JII It- - A T TvkWtwckv MAP - Snltli HeMtHcHlSiiv- - OfBee X-e in nee limited lxlonWlr WIEKESSlTIl rvrwi - suhgsox aim it js innchA lftrer than -- they liave ever before hnndled But thefr fore iiesare-n6narger-lli- au be- Â¬ They have J C MORGAK LVDS Every JSrade and Yariety -- - BWTS c OF Main SUpt over MaMB Xf4leHal SHOES T lieir 1fT A i Uhaj he IT piir could wielh Une oCUENXLKJiiUES AA5 VILJE tKENTUCKT c - f it I iHuell rwHyw SvanuAnf lining Wh4ttiWFeAH lit V THYSICIANS Ji J 1YKTZ SURGEOX PZitslCIAXAXD a M R S IMOND -- HIGHrCUT LACED CALF SKIN4 j fSEOES 1 TtJon ress and Bultons course of tho dismantled mlno roof And what was tho air think you that floated up from the unknown musicians instrument amid these dismal sur- Â¬ roundings It was Home Sweet Home God help him Of all things in tho world Homo Swoot HomeH Never was pathos so personified Tears welled to my eyes and I was proud of them I emptied all tho coin I had into tho hand of a pale gaunt littlo boy who had been eyeing mo curiously as I stood on tho hill and bado him carry them to tho houso and give them to whoovor might live there Tho lads thin hand closed convulsively on the money and with a frightened look he ran away toward tho house I did not stay to learn more of tho inmates of that hut That they could have heart to dwell thero and think of it as home sweet homo was enough for me I hastened from tho dcsolato spot to tho rich and happy city just beyond in tho shadow of whoso heaven pointing spires a sorinon had been preachod to mo such as nono of thoir Well paid pastors with all their eloquence could have preached N X Mall and Express NEW YORK FASHIONS Norels in Passementeries Plalded Glnc hams Chnuires Iu Halr Dregilng In passementeries of every dovico and shade veritable marvels havo been created this season Nothing can equal tho grace and boauty of tho de Â¬ signs tho fineness of the work and tho richness and elaborateness of the ef- Â¬ fects New special pieces for both bodice and skirt ornamentation are brought out in open work silk em- Â¬ broidery which is far less costly than tho solid silk cord and bead passo mentcrio but notwithstanding ex- Â¬ ceedingly beautiful Many of these aro used with pretty success upon tho new French bodices of silk these modols being everywhere taken bias bo that thoy may conform as closely as possible to tho figure The lining formod by tho silk is thon covored with somo thin tissue with a band of tho opon work embroidery going over tho Bhoulders in a V ehnpo reaching to tho bolt front and back A finely plaited frill of the embroidery is then attached to tho V pioco which forms a pretty and picturesque cape sleove which reaohes to tho elbows Thoso aro the principal features but the details vary widely Thero aro stylish jacket-boof faille or Victoria silk with pointed yokes of passcmenterio descending nearly to the waist and also thoso of Russian Chantllly or thread net in Empire fashion over silk under bodices of tho same shade Tho plalded and striped French ginghams exhibited at leading im porting housos show some of tho most beautiful combinations of color that over came from tho dyors hands Tho pink heliotropo lilac pole bluo and old roso shades are particularly ex- Â¬ dices that marked tho Inprctoa of Their Doings and the Ways of Thoir Enemies After traversing tho greater part of tho gorge ia French Guiana wo re- Â¬ turned to a small inn at tho entrance to an abrupt valley down which dashos tho turbulent littlo rivulet called tho Ruisscau des Singes or monkoys stream Wo ordered dinnor and while waiting for it climbed up tho steep slopes to look for somo of tho monkeys which aro said to abound in tho neighborhood Nor had we to walk far before wo saw them Thoy wero there In numbors but appeared to be timid and unwilling to bo Inter Â¬ viewed As wo approached they sprang from branch to branch until they reached tho thickest part of tho for- Â¬ est where no doubt thoy consider My themselves safe from Intrusion friends after watching them to their satisfaction went off to viow whatever elso was to bo soon in tho vicinity I had gone thore however nrmed with an oporaglass determined if possiblo to make a closo inspection of tho mon koys so I cropt stealthily to a treo with branches thickly overhung with Ivy where I cosily found a placo of concealment Thero when I ascerÂ¬ tained by careful inspection that I had no snakes for my companions I took up my position and awaited tho re- Â¬ sult For somo tlmolwas unable to get sight of any of tho objects of my search although I could see tho branches of the trees swaying vio- Â¬ lently about in many places showing that somothing was up among them But at last my patlonco was rewarded for a number of monkoysgradually dis- Â¬ carding their timidity returned to tho treo from which they had retired upon my approach giving mo the opportunity of closer observation than I sought for This change in thoir do meanor was brought about by tfio frolics ofa thoughtless baby monkey that escaped ltsmothors guardianship and sprang about in evident enjoymont of its forbidden freedom till at last It rested in a treo closo by me from which position no parontat warnings or blandishment could re-Â¬ call It In this condition of affairs matornal affection soon assorted itself and brought the old one rogardloss of danger to Its erring child Tho fami- Â¬ ly group ere long became united once more but for some time tho ciders watched tho tree whore I lay hidden with keen and scrutinizing glances in- Â¬ dicating much distrust So close was I to thorn that I could by tho aid of my glass distinguish the glaring sharp-Â¬ ness of thoir eyes At longth they seemed satisfied that no danger was to bo apprehended and sprang about plucking and eating tho opening leaf Â¬ STORY ACTRESS Personifying the Goddow of Liberty with a Chariot for a Stage Boforo I made a hit said an act Â¬ ress who now nocd givo no thought to the future I used to see some rainy days At one time a few years ago I was without an ongagoment and also without money excopt a small hoard that I religiously parceled out into weokly amounts that should pay my board for six weeks After that tho deluge I thought and in tho mean- Â¬ time 1 needed a dress desporately I was not presentablo to go and seo man Â¬ agers in my old clothes but where the dress was coming from I could not guess Ono morning I started out feeling that something must bo done and wandered around among tho dra Â¬ matic agencies and theatrical intelli- Â¬ gence offices all day without bearing of any thing I was about to go back to my boarding placo discouraged when I thought of ono I had not visit- Â¬ ed I went there found tho manager in all alono twirling a telegram in his had Any thing for mo I asked as gayly as I could Nothing Pm afraid unless he added suddenly youd do this and ho indicated tho telegram What is it Some German festival out in Pat erson a Jproeession and tboy want a Goddass of Liberty for tho dome of the NAPOLEON Trash T n Story Writers r f FULL Pa KVKKJ OF FUN V and m espiiilly flfll KrruciiV nd Stmel and Jvjiiiru The fcnie in AlsoGoat Both Gillf - l Hxi t VMMs Jirag JW EVANS iLp Pill SI CIAX AXDSURGEOX RlHMuND OH French ad American KeNTOCKY The new rikI popular Ooze Calf wipi Taftfox t Second T -- Practitioner in MediineiandSurgery Riim mj i - Kntl ckv K T -- JIt I t Htmt TAYLOR J TH ICY HAVE ALL THAT The Sense Bst Mafkets Uhea Afford seeoiKl Street r Dykes GKry French 8- JU t 1 i JOUN iL FOSTJCR - Medium and uCominon heels in Oxford Ties Low PIIVilCIAXlXD SURG BOX RiiiMOSD Buttons Newport Adonis Buckles audBruzen tk Avenuo 111 PHIIi RflJBBRTS 1IMOND -- itre Malu Street resMeseeHt Kentucky nextimrte Lhxoh8 oorIatH and IWw - ti IN HATS -- THEV HAVE THE PftrSICIANAXD SUJtGEOX Jl a Knox Stetson KeXTDCKY udJHrf Brve hh pu- - Llf UI i i At WlHe mil xn wes KnfaMiarr Uffins rWe 4Mtc rp5f tp Manrick and Austin Drew both hard and soft A FuixLiss ol Y f SEXSMITH M D pinsiciAXAXlj sujTgeox Ah te Hall -- Kbntucky oivlout to s Lis protwwlniial tKpb8- Furnishing - Goods W j R S M LETtJUER - including Monarch Shirts E and Coon Collars and Cuffs PinSlCIAXAXV SlfftGEOX R imoND timer - - KS5tCCky 2S- - Mnttii HeiKMg Maht Wreet NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION Gloves in great variety An assortment oJ Silk and Linen -- Â¬ quisite Handkerchiefs 11 III c purs iciax Axn surgeox HMOND W BRIGHT M D fcEXTUCKY Hosiery of Every Grade Somo proposed changos in hair dressing are under discussion but pre-Â¬ dictions on this subject Issued by vari- Â¬ ous authorities aro so often boiled by r i c r -- Iii Smith IbMMiBK en Street tl witentloM kIycw tw iiiiertjeiipeal aitd of tteMt and HhMh ral a iiuiiixii tutay examlWi Jl 1R II 1 C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician end Surgeon hmosd T - - - Kentucky t cu tf icnlceaM al t mil llwmanpattifc inidldiiuh ni t j IiireMi t n M triiht Hoan 3sl t m t M 2 W 40 ffwpHiehpoeial MlMitioti dilH and t rtlieae iWnjduaAeI alt rtllR over to 111 II R ReoIIoise -1 GIBSON- - Practitianer in Medicine ant Surgery Kentucky U s lu profet4Ml trvtee ta Ue pnb fH m risntlse kI 1 Mccarty Gu and Stcaa Fitting AU iinnp Reitaii itiK a Specialty Workn is UIMM kept at G rl mon1 Leave imlerH at BiHinnza Tl r V G Whites Drug 4 Sire TUOMASBASRES Real Estate and General Collecting Agency Caf Special attention c Ldionol all exchene or Real Estate anJ linJof paid to the sale to the accounts 47 46 CRAPSEY 40 Aroliiteots WicotKsBlXftl BROWN o ClNCfXNWl Can refer to tiuilillncH fcticcearuIl ererteil in Riclinioiid Mnsvllle Mt Sering Wiudieater ntl Owuigsville 6 5 GALT -- - HOUSE KY LOUISVILLE The Largest and Finest Hqtol iu the city Rates25o to 4PerDay According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel 32 31 mrm mmmm Pqgl5iIaS5eaI K- - no 33uslnesf v Tuohebg SneuLAninneM Gimr Lanl tnMaz sd umioo far e4l Jtrm ot twenty occkiafceBtfTj Hratcrafepettffest Tuesday uiAegaa For partOTii34ra Milton Eiustt Pamnu Kmnyyiur Kt 4 18 n Ttunge of SIPUOTCTtS subsequent facts that It is scarcoly safo UMBRELLAS in silk and other to repeat them as official However goods with assorted handles It is announcod that whilo there will bo an unchanged mode for wearing tho Elegant hue of blurt Jewelry hair in high stately fashion in coils 41 40 twists and rings run through with jew Â¬ eled ornaments thero will also bo seen the classic coiffure tho English coil THE MINERS CORNET low in tho neck and also numerous Oow Its Kotrs Preached a Sermon Amid a short airy curls will be added falling Wretched Scene CHICKEN An incident that touched mo quite low in tho nape of tho neck If deeper than any thing over did beforo this project is carried out arched bon Cholera Cure or since occurred on a visit I paid to netrcrowns will havo to bo renounced tho coal roglons some years ago said unless this stylo of hair dressing is a gentloman of this city There had confined to evening dress which Is been a serious cave in at tho Bollovuo such a sage oxpedlont that it is hardly mine along tho Lackawanna river on to bo hoped for N Y Tost tho outskirts of Scranton I went to BISHOP HANNINGTON the spot a day or so after tho cave had occurred It was a dreary day late in How the Famous Martyr of Uso fa November a dark rainy dismal day Faced ZJons Fnarlrsslr The great coal breaker at tho mino Among modern herpes I find nono was in operation as wort had not more worthy of tho name than tho lato been entirely suspended The rattle Bishop Hannlngton tho Martyr of and crash and whirr of the ponderous Usoga tho story of whose life is mora was deafening machinery From fascinating than fiction In him seems windows and doors and every to have been combined all tho eloments crack and cranny black clouds of of an ideal hero coal dust poured out into tho open air He inherited wonderful strength of and were beaten by the rain into inky body so that ho was able to do and Thousands of dolLirs worth of oozo that fell In besmirching drops on hear what few mon can endure Ho chickens die every year from Choleverything about and below A nar Â¬ was fond of athletic sports and pos- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens thtn row road cut into gullies by tho rain sessed a courage that bordered job all other diseases combined But the and lying anklo deep in the sooty mud recklessness He was fond of natural discovery of a remedy thattfHVm led past tho breaker and from it up a science and in his explorations seemed aires it has been made and to be con- Â¬ stoop hill to the clusters of dilapidated to doligbt in perilous scrambles on tho vinced of its efficacy only requires a huts where tho minors and thoir fam- Â¬ edges of precipitous cliffs Indeed triaL A 50 cents bottle is enough far ilies lived called by courtesy tho vilÂ¬ danger possessed a fascination for him lage one hundred chickens It is He did not know the meaning of fear Througlvtho village without If after using two thirds of Not oven on encounter with tho king reason for their boing unless it of beasts in tho jungles of Africa could a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied-with itas a cure for Chicken might bo that thoy were parado grounds quell him for tho geese and goats that disputed Cholera return it to the undersigned On one occasion when he had shot a the way with mo ran parrow streets lions cub and tho enraged parents and youwnonev will be refunded with hero and there great Beams and with terrific roars bounded toward 10 18 SIOCKTON IiKOOKB crevices crossing or running parallel him ho coolly fixed his eyes upon to them results of the sinking of the those of tho infuriated beast and mine roofs beneath Hero and there a slowly retreated backwards until ho hut also had sunk half way to Its roof had put a safe distance beÂ¬ into the unstablo earth tween ene Â¬ himself and his Onthe summit of the hill which mies But ho went back for the overlooked miles of drJary desolate skin ofthat cub finding that tho lions landscape stood a little church which had notlefti ho ran forward threw up had itself settled a foot or moro with both acmsand shouted whereupon the -- sudden scores of caving The the NEW BUGGIES astonished animals turned and fled simplo grave stones in tho church- Â¬ and the bold hunter carried away his yard standing askew some of them prize NEW PHSTONS protruding out a few Inches above tho Another time when In tho act of surface told their sad tale of mine plucking a flower that had attract- Â¬ NEWCABBIAGES bottoms of many of the ed his attention he tatality The the fiery graves had fallen In with the tumbling eyes of a lion glaring beheld HEW SURRIES at him He re- Â¬ mine roof and the crumbling remains turned tho look waiting however NEW SULKIES the graves contained had dropped into to procure the flower and as in the the depths tho remains perhaps of other instance made good his retreat miners who had previously been car Â¬ Many stories might bo told Illustrative mangled beyond recovery of his great physical courage My vehicles are nil new nnd of the ried dead or from the very mine to which their very la let 1 patterns They are for ijale But his moral heroism was sublime bones had been so ruthlessly returned on the most icasonable terms If you As a missionary to Africa ho threw want a vrhlete come and see mOind Looking down from tho summit of himself Into his work with all the en- Â¬ Voir wont E tmme without one tho hill upon that struggling collection thusiasm and zeal of his ardont nature 5 JOHN DONEL SOIf of most wretched habitations upon the Young gifted popular with a largo groaning breaker with the inky field of usefulness open to him in En Â¬ drainage d ipping from Its grimy gland he was willing to sacrifice eaves tho swollen yellow river beÂ¬ every thing for the sake of what ho neath tho very bod of which many of believed to bo duty The records of tho occupants of the miserable hovols thoso journeys read liko a romance of delving for subsistence heroism and never doejf he appear W E Grlustead Co R W Cor th were even then down deep in tho mines it seemedlo more the hero than when exhausted Main Bts Louisville Ky me that nowhere on Gods footstool by fovor and having suffered every manner of insult from the savage Our Mn I T Chestnut will M IH could there be a scone more desolate Richmond every county court efay mora utterly boreft of all that could soldiers of tho African King Mwang ray ho was finally led out to die at thoir Will call oil cmint nuTcbanisHt ll ielr srfyBto any living soul one single 1 CI stmea- W E ilUXbTEAU of Jaorte or thought of contemeet toads Co PHUadelphiaTrese I Â¬ guzx-antec- jzt buds and amusing thomsolvos In differ- Â¬ ent wnys Then they huddled togeth- Â¬ er on a bough to rest and sleep a lit- Â¬ tle Thore thoy sat in perfect quiet- Â¬ ness a happy group picturesque and very human In Its aspect ono with its head reclining on anothers shoulder and an arm encircling It whilo a firm hold was laid upon tho truant young stor lest when it awoke it should be off again and at its antics I havo spoken indiscriminately of monkeys in connection with the Gorgo of tho Chiffa but they possess no tails and would bo moro correctly described as apes Tho fur of those I saw was beautiful and clean and thoy looked healthy and happy very different from their miserable rolatlvos in captivity at the zoo or those still worse off that travel our country bound with strap and chain in company with a wheezy barrel organ and are made to disport themselves to its depressing strains In ttib mock attire of a man How changed tho scene from that of thoir nativo African forest It was so pleasant and peaceful when I observed it that I was loath to disturb tho hap Â¬ py family But remaining long in a constrained position oven while study- Â¬ ing nature in her homo is not agree- Â¬ able and tends to produce cramps and other inconveniences so that I was obliged at last to move out of my hid Â¬ ing place For a moment the sleeping monkeys wero taken by surprise and then thoy scattered In different direc Â¬ tions with marvelous agility I was not tho sole observer of tho scono High up near tho mountain top perched upon a leafless tree sat two eagles hungrily eyeing the move Â¬ ments of their coveted prey I fancy howover that as long as tho lattor keep among the woods and avoid tho open ground they must bo compara Â¬ tively safo from tho attacks of such I am awaro that the eaglo known by the name of the harpy In Brazil lives chiefly upon monkoys for its food yot it can not swoop down at them among tho treos or it would get killod itself by striking with forco against tho branches A worso onemy to the monkeys Is the panther but even that animal can not owing to its great weight roach the branches where a monkey may take rofuge nor does it often surpriso them in positions where thoy can not avail thomsolvos of this moans of es- Â¬ cape Robert Crawford in Popular Science Monthly - I flushed with anger to havo It ofÂ¬ fered mc Better take it Kate went on the manager I think ho had soon the de- Â¬ spair in my faco when I went in Itll givo yea a bit of pocket mosey Twcnty fivo dollars for ono days work Isnt bad It tempted me I hesitated When I faltered To morrow Thoy havo been dis- Â¬ appointed and dispatched to me just now I was on the point of sending to a party wholl bo only too glad to go as you camo in Youd suit better though than sho youre a largs ma- Â¬ jestic figure and your long hair will add to the imposing effect Better go Kato ho finished persuasively no one will know Ill go I said defiantly and I did Took an early train peering furtively every whero for any chance acquaint- Â¬ ance of whoso presence I stood in mor- Â¬ tal dread Found tho committee got a long whito dress draped with a flag lot down my hair put on a gold crown set my faco into a scowl and mounted the dome All day it seemod to mo liko that old chariot rumbled around tho streets I was in an agony lost somo ono should recognize me but I dont bellevo my own brother if I had ono would have known mo Two old Gorman women followed mo lor somo mocks Uh vat a cross lady said ono referring to mc Yah said tho other she veel not laff and thon as they walked along she veel not efen smile Tho day camo to an end at last I got my money and hurried back to New York Tho next day I read an account of tho festival in tho papers in which the fact was chronicled that an extraordinarily ugly woman per-Â¬ sonated the Goddess of Liberty For once though my vanity was not wounded I got the dress and whether it was that or not the very first week I wore it I got an engagement which turned out to bo a very success- Â¬ ful ono the beginning indeed of my chariot Thoughts Suggested to the Orator by a Visit to the Imperators Tomb A littlo while ago I stood by tho grave of the old Napoleon a magnifi- Â¬ cent tomb of gilt and gold fit almost for a deity dead and gazed upon tho sarcophagus of rare and nameless marÂ¬ ble where rests at last the ashes of that restless man I leaned over tho balustrade and thought about tho career of tho greatest soldier of tho modern world I saw him walking upon tho banks of tho Soine contemplating suicide I saw him at Toulon I saw him putting down the mob in the streets of Paris I saw him at tho head of the army In Italy I saw him crossing tho bridge at Lodi with tho tri color in his hand I saw him in Egypt in tho shadows of the pyramids I saw him conquer the Alps and mingle tho eaglos ot Franco with tho eagles of tho crags I saw him at Marengo at Ulm and at Aus terlltz I saw him in Russia when tho infantry of tho snow and tho cavalry of the wild blast scat-Â¬ tered his legions like winters withorod loaves I saw him at Lolpslo In defeat and disaster drlvon by a mill- Â¬ ion bayonets back upon Paris clutched liko a wild beast banished to Elba I saw him escapo aud rotake an empire by tho force of his genius Tsaw him upon tho frightful field of Waterloo where chanco and fate combined to wreck tho fortunes of thoir former King And I saw him at St Helena with his hands crossed behind him gazing out upon tho sad and solemn sea I thought of the orphans and widows ho had made of tho tears that had been shed for his glory and of the only woman who ever loved him pushed from his heart by tho cold hand of ambition And I said I would rather havo been a French peasant and worn wooden shoes I would rather havo lived in a hut with a vine growing over the door and the grapes growing purple in the amorous kisses of tho autumn sun I would rather havo been that poor peasant with my wife by my sido knitting as tho day died out of tho sky with my children upon my knees and their arms about mo I would rather havo been that man and gone down to tho tongueless silence of tho dreamless dust than to havo been that imperial personation of force and mur- Â¬ der known as Napoleon the Great UNCANNY PLANTS Remarkable Confrstlon of allan Who lias Both a pwseh ia the c man who has perhaps written mere trashy stories for the cheap weeklies than any single writer For tweaty soven years he has done nothing else He Is now comfortably off from the re-Â¬ turns which his work has brought him I asked Eim how he looked back upon his career and work and his aaswer was Interesting I count my life almost a failure said he This trash which I have been writing has brought ma returns ltt Mhtaeapoiia Tribune natural cause Norah An has your miotoeoa Bridget Good taaie k good taste it Faith her dresses look bettor oa me than do sae wrs Yeakers Stataq mas Soaday Sebooi Teacher What must we do before we eaa have owr wroegs forgivmr Bright Scholar We must Irsi commit the wrongs Omaha World Cook next day after her arrival ws tl wUl nnoi vmv Where Mast Men Fait How few mon thero aro who can successfully lay and light a fire Thero are many who aro ablo to lay It and light it but the results are usually painful to tho patient housewife Sho may send her husband to the ldtehen In tho morning to start the fire feel Â¬ ing confident that sho can steal a halt hour moro of that comfortable doze which comes only with the dawn but it is an even bet that the smell of burn Â¬ ing wood will roach hor nostrils soon- Â¬ er or later and that sho will bo obliged wearily to don her garments and grope her way down stairs to tho resÂ¬ cue of her well meaning but unsuc- Â¬ cessful other half who with his lungs full of tho odor of Tiurnlng wood and the smoky tears running down his chosks is usually found engaged in vainly endeavoring to put lifo into three sparks with his breath The only men who are successful In starting fires are the professional fire builders employed in the hotels and when the ordinary man becomes a hotel gust and reposes In a warm couch oa a cold morning and sees how cosily the hotel fireman dooa tho work he realizes what a veritable chump he is himselt Chicago Herald rineiiCarrlageSi rr I t 1 5 Butcxeaas igtus4 arouao tmnn -- I got a A horse ia Ailsonia Conn pebblo in his noso while drinking from a shallow brook and now whenever he crosses It laps water there like a dog though elsewhere he drinks in tbe usual fashion In Their Larger lronni Fungi Are More Commonly Useful Than Noxious What forsooth Is a fungus A wily Invader which having by some un- Â¬ guarded entrance gained access may do all sorts of mischief may fill our cellar for Instance and turn us out of houso and home as ono is reputed to have filed the cellar of tho wine mer-Â¬ chant barring tho door from within and threatening summary eviction and what not Is it not a fearful paraslto which having found lodging in tho tissue of its unwilling host swells to proportions vast a hidden tumor sending its human victim all too soon forth from his tenoment of olay Even when not thus associated with the destruction of nobler forms fungi aro nevertheless hold suspect At bost and largest thoy are odd peculiar hiding In places far from tho warm precincts of the cheer- Â¬ off color as the men say ful day and owing little or no allegiance to prosperity But I have never forgot- Â¬ our sovereign sun pale ghastly things whose homes aro with tho dead N Y Sun ten that dreadful day It remained for modern Soienco to WOES OF OBESITY LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING dignify tho world nothing shall bo strangerto her touch benign Even A Lifo FuU of Trouble ami Demanding How to Guard Against Becoming Deficient In Oxidation Patience and Courage tho fungi como into prominence as The keepers of light houses situated It is not well to bo too fat as it is thoy come into light Odd as they not well to bo too lean Mon general- Â¬ may appear and mysterious too they upon rocks at some distance from the ly recognize that youth is over whon like some odd and peculiar people do mainland have not infrequently been tho weight begins to increase unduly greatly Improve upon acquaintance erposed to considerable privation Certainly no one can look in upon a when cut off by continuous bad weather aud the waistband becomes too tight Horses do not lose their agility whon basket of Boleti fresh from August from all communication with the world they approach middle age and for that woods and not greatly admiro their but it may be doubted whether such a reason they do not get too fat A delicate tints their yellows purples tale as that of the keepers of the Bog horse of nine or ton is at his very browns and grays Fungi once for skarew light house has ever before all are plants for the most part very been told This light house is situ-Â¬ best for hunting or coaching purposes if ho has been well used But a horse simplo ones too In their larger forms ated in the Baltic some forty miles of ton Is decidedly a middle aged ani- Â¬ more commonly useful than noxious from the nearest land and on February mal For all kinds of work mlddlo and positively sources of serious in- Â¬ 14 the greater portion of the building ago ought to be tho best period with jury and detriment in thoso species was carried away by a terrible gale man but it Is not goncrally so for act only which to mankind at large are and from that time for a period of ivo out door work because most of us unseen unknown and unsusDected moro than nine weeks the two aro too fat and puffy men have been undergoing terrible A Hundred Years of Oratory Some people can not prevent thom Â¬ suffering It is said that they have solvos getting unwloldy stout but A century of oratory has como to lt3 been the whole time without water or others can Perhaps tho most com- Â¬ closo There remains no question bo- Â¬ fuel meaning of course that tho mon cause of the too great accumula- Â¬ foro us capable of creatinga Henry a stock of water stored up for their use tion of fat in human beings is defi- Â¬ Webster or a Philips Slavery is was lost and that they bad to depend And what ls deficient abolished temperanco has become a entirely upon such rain and snow as cient oxidation is oxidation The eloments of- - which tho political issue creeds have soften thoir might falL The eokl in the Bal body is composed require for thoir tono from the roar of Apollyon to tho very groat and an existence without health a certain quantity of oxygon cooing of doves This is tho day of fire in a ruined light house exposed to and thoso parts that havo reached tho laboratories and not of platforms It tho fury of the northern gales must stago of wasto require a good deaL is hardly probable that any Issuo will have been almost insupportable Rain That oxygen can ordinarily bo ob- Â¬ speedily arlso to pull at mens heart Â¬ can have fallen but seldom although tained from one sourco only the at-Â¬ strings and goad them to eloquenco thoy may frequently havo bad snow mospheric air and by ono means only like that of the past The cry of free- Â¬ but this a3 thoy had no means of melt Â¬ transmission by tho blood Failing dom was heard in its rising demands ing it can have been but of little use oxidation and the removal of waste until the land was fully frco and every to them for snow taken In the mouth certain products which aro in course man could think for himself A heretic excites rather than quenches thirst of conversion into wasto become con- Â¬ may now bo as happy as an orthodox Tho detailed narrative of the nlno verted into fat Instead and whereas saint Bond slaves are abolished Wo weeks spent in the ruined light housoÂ¬ they ought to be got rid of as cucum- Â¬ have only side Issues to contend over would rival tho most exciting ad bers of tho ground they aro shut up somo litter to sweep up There Is ventures of fiction London Standard In different parts of the body and be nothing to create a higher typo of Severe Cases of Blood Poison come permanent obstructives to physi- Â¬ oratory than that of Robeit Ingersoll Thousands sailer from blood poison who ological processes Neither In would be cured Ktlier gave and DeWitt Talmage BBR Botan Oxidation then Is an exceedingly pulpit nor on platform do Kings any Send to lo Blood important function of tho body It is longer appear Tho decadonces worst Halin Vo- - Balm a trlaU for book ofthe Blood wonder Â¬ Atlanta Go possible to retard and also to accel- Â¬ of all in tho pulpit for tho platform ful cures that couvlnce the moat skeptleat Is sent free erate it When it is retarded fat is was temporary the pulpit remains ItJ OGibson Meridian Miss writes For usually ono of tho consequences In But thero Is no causo for lament Each a number ot years I suffered untold agoniesÂ¬ prominent phy from blood poison order to accelerate It two things aro age has its own special duties and its sicians did me little Severalgood I began to tf any indlspensablo great bodily activity special glory Our boast is now of use B B B with very little faith but to my me a well and surprise and an abundant supply of pure air great inventors We havo passed out utter person It has made hearty Every time the heart beats a definite of the age of destruction into that of Z T nallerton Macon Ga writes I mood poison I first tried physi Â¬ quantity of atmospheric air is passed construction cians endthfcn wrnt to Hot Springs 1 re- Â¬ It Is welL St Louis contracted turned homo a ruined man physically into tho lungs and from the oxygen is Globe Democrat Nothing seemed to do me any good My transmitted by the blood streams direct mother persuaded me to try B B B To my 1 00 Each utter astonishment every ulcer quickly healÂ¬ Seal Skin Sacqnes to tho tissues If the heart boats ed This is a great offer Ju3t imaglue rather feebly seventy times a minuto a Ben Morris Atlanta Ga writes I sufÂ¬ certain quantity of oxygon will bo car-Â¬ tho army of ladies that will besiege fered j ears from syphilitic Wood poison which refused to be cured by all treatment ried to tho tissues but if It boat the store until the last saque Is gone Physicians pronounced It a hopeless case pains In hips I had strongly olghty times a minute it Is if the bargain is ever offered But how joints no aDDellte I had were diseased and my kidneys My obvious that much moro will of neces- Â¬ much more wonderful an opportunity Is throat and ulcerated and ray breast a mass was com if that presented to every suffering wom- Â¬ 01 running sores in inn cooanroa 1 everyÂ¬ Similiarly sity be carried menced the use of B B B It healed of atmospheric an by the proprietors of Dr Pierces ulcer and sore and cored me completely with Â¬ ninety nine parts 10 18 in two months air In ono hundred consists of Favorite Prescription m m This remedy being equal the is a guaranteed cure fur all those dis Â¬ The weight and bulk of the sold and oxygen other things blood will be well oxidized but If only tressing ailments peculiar to the weak- silver coin now held in the United nlnoty two or ninoty thcoo parts be States Treasury form the subject of in- Â¬ oxygon It is equally clear that tho er sex It Is guaranteed that if it does quiry by a correspondent of a mathe- Â¬ not effect a cure money will be refundblood will be ill oxidized matical miud and he finds that the Under these latter circumstances wo ed It is carefully compounded by an weight of gold Is 601 Ions of 2000 very fat and experienced and Bkillful physician aro all liable to become tons Pack Â¬ to suffer many evils of which tho fatÂ¬ and adapted to womans delicate orÂ¬ pounds and the silver 8000 ing it along the highway ness Is but an indijx and outward sign ganization It is purely vegetable in is packed the gold would as cord awoodÂ¬ make barWalking running leaping wrestling its composition aud perfectly harmless tricycling and other such exorcises are in its effects in any conditiou of the ricade 4 feet high 4 feet thick fera disÂ¬ the enemies and destroyers of fat H system and is sold under a potiiive tance ot 333 feet and the silver if sim Â¬ would 4243 these bo carried out thoroughly in a ffuaranlio satisfaction iu every case ilarly packed ofa mileextendpackedfeet In or five sixths If pura atmosphere very few middle aged or money paid for jt refunded cartj one ton to eaoh earl the proeea persona will need to complain of their would be nearly 33 miles long of For Constipation or Bick Headache sion dLtance the gold bearing carts Lazinoss and indoor living stoutness which aro the parents of physical rotundity use Dr Pierces Pellets Purely Veget- weuW cover 21 mites and the silver oysr 3 mllee New York Telegram Hospital able- OUedoee and intellectual dullness Â¬ Â¬ upon whieh I can live comfortably but look on the other side 1 have no peace of mind when I think of the havoc I have uadoubtedly wrought upon young and innocent minds I can point to nothing with any pride of authorship I am ashamed of it all Even my children would hang their heads In shame did they know their father was the author of this trashy stuff Do they know it Bless your soul no and God forbid they ever discover it at least during my lifetime You saw my eld- Â¬ est daughter at the table Would I wish her so beautiful ami pure a girl or her sisters to know Oh no bo sir My dally prayer fe that I may never live to see the flush that will kindle on their beautiful cheeks if ever thoy learn the truth Whythere are only five persons I think that know of my authorship of the filth Ihave put out No one would certainly suspect It from my nom de plume and I aever write any thing else for print so there can be no comparison of style Those who know it are as you are pledged to secresy by their friendship for me I am never suspected of having more than an ordinary passiag interest in literature of aay sort am careful never to start and books authors or periodicals as a topic of conversation But It doesnt pay Why did I start ia It Because it paid me better to write a murderous story than a clean one and once begun I have kept right on My first proved so appetizing to its read Â¬ ers that the editor offered me almost double the price he paid me for tho first if I would write a secosd one Encouraged I kept right on until now I hate to think of the number I have written I have published my stories under fifteen or twenty different names male and female and if I have written one I suppose I have written two hun Â¬ dred of these beastly serial novels Theyre all in the same vein and there isnt one which hasnt a lot of rob- Â¬ beries murders or seductions In them How people can read them I eon not telL If they despised their reading as I do their writing I would be a poor man now I suppose But with me it is now a thing of the pest I have written my last story I have laid aside enough to keep my family in comfort and there is no longer any necessity for me to keep up my fiend Â¬ ish work My girls will soon marry and my two sons are already in busi Â¬ ness Does my wife know of it Yes the only woman in the world who does and God bless her she has never chlded me for it although tears ot joy stood In her eyes when I dropped the pen for the last time I am not ex-Â¬ aggerating facts when I say thai this gentlemans total income from his twenty seven years work has been fully 250000 Yet what a lesson is contained in his word for aaay a young writer of the present day W S Bok in N Y Graphic lam oftea a little hasty msiam aad thea I am apt to be saney hat jm neednt aiad you eaa make me a Ht Ue preseat and I get pleaeaat agate Wasp Tae frasty feeMags last the ah Tn aira slags to ats ante Aaa levers leave the rssNtag chair Te swing apea the gate Boston Courier May I confide ia you Mr A I have to tail you a seeret Mr B Mr leotdag A What is H around to see If aay body is liatoatag Mr B I need M9l Deat fear I will be as sileet as the grave Epoch hasnt he Dana has good ears for music asked one member of was the Well choir to another reply he has good ears but I didnt know they were for music I thought they were to brash the lies a the too of his head wHh Ossiaa the bard flourished fat the highlands of Scotland fat the year 90S and he aever bad a poem rejected by a newspaper editor This was somo Â¬ thing worth bragging- about although the fact that there were bo aewapoaera printed ta Ossiaas day may have had something to do with a Herald it Norrfeeowa Did I ever say all thatr ha asked despondently as she reptaeed the phonograph on the comer of the You did maatelpieee Aadyeex can grind it out of that machine when Â¬ And Certataly ever you ebooee Yes your father te a lawyer Mabel when eaa I place the ring- am your finger and eall you my wife - I I Merchant Traveler Customer I seo you are adverÂ¬ Den Â¬ tising full sets of teeth for 8 tist cautiously sir Do you Xo I Customer live at home Y-e- -s board You Dentist with dignity certainly can not expect an 3 set to he of aay use ia a boarding house sir My charge to you will be SS JimaoB It was a pretty little superstition that people had oaee the idea that every man had a guardma angel who kept him out of mischief If he would only obey the promptings of spirit SimsoB I am a little ia cliaed to think that the belief might have bad some foundation When I proposed to the present Mrs Simeon I remember a feeling whieh I thea mis Â¬ took for fear held me back so thai I made three efforts before I popped the question Terre Haute Express ARTILLERY TACTICS 6 The Place of Batteries In the Warfare of the Futare As the range of guns ia the Held la augmented battles will more than ever be prepared by eanaoa batteries will open fire at dfetaaces of miles aad the adversarys batteries must at least he weakened before infantry eaa venture to advance except wrVir very poeultar The power of mMMMaV eirewustfcCv cannon is so tremendous that when hoat ile batteries come into conflict at any thing like reasonably near distanced viz from 1300 to 2500 yards the duel eaa scarcely last long We shall see no cannonades like that directed against La Haye Saiate which lasted for hours aad the victory will along to the artillery chiefs who with aay thing like an equality of fores lap their guns best take most accurate avoid salvoes and wild dis aim charges take care that their mea are not hurried and above all eaa enfl- lade their enemy a process IWwSiS 1 t than ever destructive For the rea- sons to which we have referred before the system of artillery reserves should be given up as completely obsolete no efforts should be spared to brief forward every available gua as quick Â¬ ly as possible and tee orgeaiaatioe of the three arms should be so arranged as to secure this object the pieces aad their trains being always kept la elooo contact with the rest of the army and capable of rapid movement to the front For the rest artillery should be always ready aad equal to contend in the field with infantry It should consider Itself a more powerful arm te any thing like aa equal struggle aad once it has been placed ia its true position it should if possible aever fallback At the same time fat our judgment at least artillery Owing to the vast spaces of battle fields is mod Â¬ ern war may en many oeeaaioas he greatly imperiled Academy A Serpentine Problem An astronomer from Harvard Ob-Â¬ servatory some time ago pro-Â¬ pounded this problem to a number of Suppose that three fellow savants snakes eaoh two feet ia leagtasheBM catch eaoh other by the tip of the tall thus making a circle six feet ia eireura Suppose that each snake forence should begin to swallow the one in front of him In what way would the resultant figure after eaeh snake had swallowed the one in front of him differ from the original eireie There were many diverse opinions upon the subject somo of them entering the consideration of the fourth dimension of space becauso any one of the snakes would have swallowed the two in front of him and yet have been swallowed by the two In back ot him aad therefore would be both Inside and outside of his two fellows Notes aad Cjuerfee Our readers have doubtless oflea noticed that Hoods SrsapartHa la we spoken ot In the newspapers The press is quick to recognise merk aad does not hesitate to give praise where It is due The following is from the 1 Baptist Weekly a leading reHRrtwe journal AdvertisiBg may bring aa arHele prominently before the pnbHa but ao advertising eaa long help it tf It has not real merit Hoods SAraaaarHm Is well advertised but the bestpwof af un the reeoeamendstlQus of frieudt who have proved iw peecliar vfe 2 leea llsvalaeH tbatSGHay persoaamett -- S fjffiC V i THE CLIMAX FRENCH TTPTON7 - Editor Go MSLMHHt BVBYVBDXESDAY BT The Climax Frintinff Wm G- - White Chas PHU S Powell ritlCB YEAH AUGUST a 150 1S89 WEDNESDAY Biemnrok has Lbe bem xleprcd as capital ofNeftk Dakota Â¬ Â¬ There will be only seven Republicans in the nestj Stale Sen ate and only fourteen or fifteen in the House about one In seven of the entire body The Stanford Journal says that John Procter who attempted to kill editor Cress at Mt Vernon ought to have been 1mng for sov cral crimes heretofore oommittod MLYKR APPOINTED Col Dan Oolyer ot Lancaster lias been appointed Surveyor of the Port ol Louisville Thi6 is Mr W O S6 a Lieutenant and commanded a regiment at Stone River He is a good man but that doesnt help our friend Col John IL Faulkner a bit for he wanted the place and was excellent timber for the purpose Col Colyer is known I y many of the farmers in Madi Â¬ Â¬ tofyer went into the array Bradleys choice OoL son count 3 A YEAR IX JAIL too short to allow the proper ar- rangemonts to be made The del egates being named tho Secretary of the State Association would have to onterinto a lengthy red tape correspondence concerning transportation The delegates wonld be compelled to enter into correspondence as to who should represent the Stale on the program at the National Association Then tho gentleman selected would have no time to prepare an oeeay worthy of the occasion The program was made up a month ago and every State in the Union is represented by n named delegate except Kentucky who is put down as Mr and all owing to the ed thoughtlessness of our President and tho ed disinterestedness of the Executive Committee Kentucky was not represented in the National Press Association either last year or the year before The delegates were named right at the last moment a year ago and nobody went That the Executive Commit e has taken no action is imt because of any remoteness of location We must credit tho President Iiowever with joining Secretary Walton a month ago in an earnest publislied request to select the delegates and that at once Three out of the live members of the Executive pom mil tee are Republicans while scarcely more than ten out of the two hundred and ton papers in the State are Republican Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sanity to die in the insani asy lum But for the interference of Mar- shal Nagle and the proprietor Associate Justice Field of the Su preme Court of the United tftaleq would doubtless havo beeii shot down ns wantonly vs was Judge liberal toward churclie giving lot building stone brick and lumber Tor Â¬ Â¬ good houses Dan Brcokf colored who unmerci fully bent Allen Gaines colored for Vnthig the Democratic ticket at the laTe election Was dned 100 and given tcrm of one year in Jail Saturday Oaines lias always been n eniorrat JBHlOlt Such crime is of greater Magni Â¬ from principle and has always voted tude than an ordinary murder 4hat way notwithstanding the fact however cold blooded the latter that bis colored brethren have perse- Â¬ may be To take the life of any cuted and beaten him fccveral limes human being with malico nforc This Is the kind of a Southern out thought is murder but to lake the rage that the Northern Republicans lifeof the Judge of a court be- always encourage by squinting one eye cause of his decision embodies an aud not mentioning in their papers element the most alarming imag- Â¬ Bourbon News inable Every case presented to Of the will ot Basil W Alexander a a court has of necessity two sides native of MaysVille the- - 8t4 Louis Re but the Judge is compelled to find public sajoi Linden t- - Alexander in favor of one side so in Bvery eon ofjite late Basil W Alexander casein court one parly is victor- Â¬ aud chief beneficiary under be will of iouswhile the other is defeated his father brought suit agaiut Eugene If Judges are to lose their lives C Titlmann administrator of the es Â¬ to appease the anger of delealed tate for 53000 He claims that he parties to suits then there must superinteuded the St James Hotel at be a separate Judge for overj- - case Kansas City for ten years at a salary of 5000 a j ear which lie never drewt and a murder for every Judge He also claims 3000 ou a not 6 ciVen If every man must decide his by his lather The plaintiff was adown case according to the Buford ministrator of the estate and Terry idea then we can no under the will but was of his father removed by longer have lawB and courtt and the Probate Court on lbe prayer of orderand peace aud prosperity Oilier heirs who are contesting the in- Â¬ Nagle should be acquitted with- strument Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jos NorthtliG fiend who sn brutally ANNOUNCEMENTS tnurdtred hi wife near Leesburg a Caterpillars In Immense numbers few weeks ago suicided In the jail at Wb ro anthoriwd to announce tins perron wl oselimne ore fonnd below for tbe offices have uiadoMlieir upjM arance In cotton Cynthiaua Tuecday afternoon by Indicated subject to the action ot the Douic fields Iu certain sections of Louisiana linngiig blrapelf by n Mrap taken fmm cratlc parly hts cot He first tied a huiidkereulef aud Mississippi FOB COUNTY JUDGE river his exes and then tied hisbaiitis Ferguson Mansfield Co live slock JOHN C cnEUAULT Till v jr ml lw41f1 jj ucuuu llm dealers doing business at BnUrbotuf piece of business saved the slierlll or Slock Yarili louisville made au as Â¬ FOJVCOUNTY ATTORN BY Harrison county from the unpleasant signment last week with considerable job and rid the couuty of a very bad J A SULLIVAN CONCERNING FARMERS YOUR PRESE IS REQUESTED lilII ui mau liabilities News FOR SHERIFF John L Hopkins Shelbyville Ky HOWS THIS lias sold lo George R Smith same place the bay Ally Currinc 2 yrs old f Wedfler One Huuilred Dollars re by Rober McGregor dam Coustine by ward for any case of Catarrh that can Conductor for 52000 not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Wilson Dunn Danville Ky has Cure sold to M H Whltr Hartford Conn CO PkoPS F J CHENEY tbe bay filly Mary Spllman 4 yrs old Toledo Ohio by Messenger Chief dam by Second We the undersigned haVe known Lexington for 2500 F J Cheney for the last 15 years and A J Crash of East Jefferson coun- Â¬ believe him perfectly honorable in all ty sold 75 barrels of onions from half business transactions and financially an acre of ground at 150 per barrel able lo carry out any obligations made It is thought this will start a great by their firm many Iuto the business of raising on- WestTkuax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio ions Farmers Home Journal Â¬ Â¬ At Our Place TO EXAMINE- - J L W DALES FOR CODNTY CLERK V HILL FOR JAILER THE JOHKFWAtfERS O LACKEY JAMh HAMUEL BIUOEUSTAFF THOMAS 8 KEHRKLL JOHM HILL RIIING DEPARTMENT WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE AJBROADDfja GEORUE W MAUPltf JOHN UURRY FOR ASSESSOR LATET STYLES 3STEW GOODS out delay CENTRALIZATION THAT KENTUCKY WOMAN AGAIN Sarah Althea Hill left Danville Ky some years ago to make a fortune and a name in the west As to the fortune Ave are not ad vised save that shelwu made a desperate effort in that direction but she has a mortal cinch on the name ufucturer at ka that iiis product bo proUpon tho deatli of Senator Sha- tected the rich asks for an army and ron a California millionaire and tne unfortunate for help this man Sarah Althea claimed to be his for seltoola and that for subsidy The lawful widow and sued for a por partisau proclaims amid the clamor tion of the estate The case final- that the Source of largess must le the ly found its way into the United beat of power aud demands that the State Court and was decided ad- ballot boxes of thetitat be hedged by Tho centrifugal versely to the claimant Justice Federal bajoucls US SENATE Field rendering the opinion In force of our system is weakened the the Althea mar- centripetal force is increased aud the It is believed that there is not ried meantime Sarah Chief Justice revolving bpheres ate Veering iuWanl her attorney Ex r il there certainly should not be David Terry of the Court of Ap- from their orbits Tliere are sroug ingle Senator or Representative men who rejoice in this unbalancing peals of California l m the counties of this the Silt and deliberately contend that the- cenTerry was a of Todd iiresskmal District who will county Kentuckynativebrother true repository ter is power anil a of sourcethe privilege menof who were r w irmly favor the election 1 of Col Terry of Texas Ranger of B McCreary J the United and went to California in 49 fame they charged with the Solar yi4eri dur- Would v ftSenate JCr AlcCreary lias ing the groat gold dimi the Pallets iuto the sun excitement and exulting In the sudden splendor t talent and the dignity He was a high tempered aggress little reck that they had kind lint the 1 r the position equalling any ive fellow and killed United conflagration that presages universal tn in the State and sur- Â¬ States Senator Broderick Thus the States are dwarfed niulit ging by odds in all those points Terry and Sarah Althea wore aud tiie nation magnified and to gov1 gentlemen most talked of for wildly offended at tho of tiie place Kentitcky deserves Justice Field and the decision be- ern a jieopie who can beat gorern woman tlipniselve lha Central authority is li a Senator as McCreary would haved so jnike as McCreary by reason of corruptness boisterously charging inalle Mrouger aud more tpleudid and I hard and faithful public ser tice Field orderedfraud lliat Jus- H V Grady a court officer wee deserves the position Law 16 take her from the room whereC U ENDOWMENT it uceburs News upon Judge Terry drew a dagger to slay the officer The two bel- Editor Climax CKAZY AND L4HKE ligerents were fined for contempt Iu the publislied account of Central of court and sent to jail Terry University in the Courier Journal of The Democrats of Virginia in State Convention in swore vengeance against Justice Friday last the reporter referring to lUIiiiMHid on lad Thursday to Field saying he would take his thft Various suras secured for tho en1 innate candidates for State life should he ever meet him af- dowment of the institution stated every dollar was raised in this Htate r 1 s CapL Phil W McKinney ter the expiration of his senThis is not correct Mrn S P Lee- - of - named for Governor J Hoee tence These threats reached the ears New York City whose husband Was 1 for Lieutenant Governor it of Attorney General Miller in once n citizen of Richmond and Mr scott for Attorney General I il S Gordon was elected Chair- - Washington City and knowing E B Bartiett of Brooklyn If Y a distinguished pastor of an ot the State Central Commit the dangerous character of Terry a brother of the 4 ordered U S Deputy Marshal the First Presbyterian Church of Lex These nominations are said 1 jc good ones Capt JfeKin- - Nagle of California to protect ington Ky gave eaeli 1000 The late Hon Saml J Tiliien gave 500 w as a Oaptian in tiie Confed- - Justice Field to the last extremity Wm - army c tHe Buckingham wnenever me latter siHHild return and Mrs to tlia B Dodge gave SS50 Â¬ t Iteferrlng members of the Facto that State When the Supreme p and was badly wounded j retained adjourned for the summer ulty who University their connection llie platform is wild and woolly Court with the he omitted the eend to eend It favors Justice Field went home and was name of the Rev J V Loan D D I a ril aid to education opposes joined by Marshal Nagle Justice who has filled the Chair of Philosophy u labor and demands tiie Field was cautioned to arm him with signal ability from the organiza Â¬ uron of lax on tobacco and self but refused He said he re tion of the University to the present indies It declares for free cognized tle danger but whenever time aud who was elected In Jjly c nage of silver and wants the it became necessary for a Judge 1SS0 to the position of President of tiie L 11ed Confederate soldiers pen of the Supreme Court of the Faculty It should also have been ned by the State It closed United States to arm himself stated that the xubscriptiuus of Co We op against assailants because of judi- Â¬ Bennett H Young Col W N Halde wIi this paragraph Republican party as the cial decisions it were time for raau and Mr W T Grant were given t e the high rty of taxes of corrupt and courts to be abolished and for fur the endowment of a new Chair I extravagant expenditure of the martial law to be declared In In the University to be designated by fact he objected to the escort of thelurelve L H JJlaktOH public revenues of uujust and treatment of the people the marshal On last Wednesday morning a PRIMARY ELECTIOof the Southern States the crea train going to San Francisco car-Â¬ 1 r of trusts promoter of monopo It is unanimously ordered by the i - We oppose the Republican ried Justice Field and Marshal Democratic Committee of Madison Nagle Passing the town wherej rty as the stirrer up of strife be in resided Judge Terry and Sarah county that a poll be opened at the- le t ceu the races as the false friend gal place of voting in each of the Dis 0 t lie colored race and tiie enemy Althea the two went aboard At the town of Lathrop the train tricts of Madison county on Saturday c Hie white race stopped for breakfast Justice October J2 1SS0 between 7 oclock a A CARELESS COMMITTEE Field and Marshal Nagle went in si and 6 oclock p jr for the purrxvse to ye dining room and were seat- of nominating a Democratic cadldate Weve crow to pick with Pros ed A moment later Judge Terry fur County Judge County Attorney iJ iit Joimaon of the Kentucky and Sarah Althea entered and bheriff Jailer County Clerk Bupeiiu tpcdentof IVts Association and we shall took scats At once Sarah Althea Surveyor Schools AssessorCoronernnd Â¬ to be voted for at August ejecoed here and now to make the recognized Justice Fie d and left tion 1SG0 At said primary all DemoJ jthersfly the dining room She went to her crats who have heretofore acted with At the meeting in Owensboro seat in the car and got her hand the Democratic party and young men u t June President Johnson ap satchel but upon her return to who shall arrive at age before August p juted the following Executive the dining room the proprietor re- election 1890 and who agree to sjp oramittee Lewis of the Frauk fused to allow her to enter At port the nominees of the party shall be i rf Roundabout Roberts of the this moment Judge Terry arose eutitled to vote C D Ciienadit Lexington Leader Bosley oftlie and walked towards the door but Aug 6 18S9 Chairman V- mchester Sun Grubbs of tho halted immediately behind Justice 9 17 Winchester Democrat and Ha Field and dealt him a powerful NEWS PARAGRAPHS ft is of the Mt Sterling Sentinel- - blow on the side of the head with L uitcrac This action of the his hand Marshal Najrlo shouted I ijdent was most singular for stop that or Ill kill you and to KxteiiMve preparations aro making celebrate the 108 anniversary of tuese reasons Mr Lewis had as Terry raised his clenched fist Davy Criickelta birthday on the farm r ver before attended a Press As- - the second time shut him dead b irn near wliere he wan born lie Hljtkm and does not so far as The train thereupon left and Limestone Green countywaTenu Aug v an learn exchange with any Justice Field proceeded to San 17 J7S6 aud was killed Uu the Alamo I per in the State Mr Roberts Francisco The local authorities Texas March C lh3C Among lie - recently from Ohio and never took Nagle in charge and carried gueMs will be R P droqkett of Bran Mr him to jail The body of Terry berry Tex the only living ton of the I ire was in tho Association L iey never attends the Associa was taken home accompanied by fronlleraman and thf only living t n and takes little interest in the woman grandson Col R H Crockett ol New I ie newspaper While Sarah Althea was con- Jascouy Ark Mr business irubbsis recently from another tending with the proprietor at the btate and bad never attended the dining room door a passenger who John M Henderson who lives ou Lbe Association before Mr Havens was acquainted with all the sur- Belle vue pike has myriads of line has not by any moans been a fre- roundings seized the hand satchel German carp in his poud The poid and took it away from the possess- is eo close to Mr Hendersons residenpe quenter of the Association of it would Five editors less acquainted or It contained a loaded revolv- seiners to not be safe for a party are visit it heuce the fish RicJi the press of the Stite could er very Henderson feeijs The public generallj was ex- lliem prosperous Mr when be goesfo us have been selected regularly aud The first duty of tins Executive pecting serious trouble upon the the edge of Uie water cud whistTtfe ommitteewas to name the delo first meeting of Terry and Field they come flouociug end over end to gites from the Kentucky Press and the tragedy of Wednesday ward him aud often junjp out of tlje Association to the National Press morning was not unexpected water on o the ground around This deplorable tragedy exceptj Association Mr Herbert editor County Recorder t Le National Editoral Journal that the right man was tins time An English pyudieate have laid an 1 was present and delivered an killed is but a reproduction of the al lres n the importance of the Elliett Buford homicide at Frank Â¬ n town on the Kentucky siila of Cumfrr berland Gap There wre now seven National Association and explain fort a few years ago Elliott in eight hundred workmen at work jn er 1 the dttfies of tliB Executive the disoharge of his duties as Asso- the stores residences arjd ainnlleejoresard to delegates ciate Judge of the Court of Appeals hotelsstreets Streets are 3 to Smiles I ThatNational Association con had rendered a decision that dis length eleclrio light osufraot let venes afriDetwHt on next Tuesday pleased Buford and with no other street car line will be run by Oat lth provocation Buford took his shot 100 houses to be up by Oot ftt 100 reh less thanjaweok from now The Eseeatlve Committee ias gun aa louiiy muruerea Juago fdeoces to be up by Nov 1st Hftp filled to announce Ahe names of Elliott on the streets of Frankfort three story briek butlBftti Jioafelsj 2iow Buford escaped oethe plea of in- - go wp at saoe JQMdttHPsy is vety delegates The tirae-ia Â¬ Â¬ Prize fishter Sullivan was tried at Purvis Miss found guilty of prize lighting in that State and to a jenrs imprison ment in the county jail He pray c 1 an appeal gave bond in the Su of 1000 and fled the country Miould he fail to prosecute the ap Â¬ peal it is probable that he will be runn returned on a requtskkm m 1 s there teems to be ko ave iii e nf escape through the higher c irls he will finally serve his 4 m in jail unless the Governor TjrJoiM him 1 It is not strange that there should be a temlfehey to centralization iu our government Tills disposition was the iecaoy of the war Steam and electricity have emphasized it by bringing the people doner together The splen dor of a central government dazzles the unthinking Its opulence tempts the poor and the avarioiotis- - its ftrengih assures the ridtt aud the timid its patronage incites the spoibuuun and its powers Inilime tiie pattisau And so we have paternalism run mad The merohant asks tiie government to control the arteries or trade the man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In accordance with previous notice those of our citizens who are opposed to the immediate levy of the railroad tak re assembled nt tiie Cotirtliollse last Saturday Mr John Steele presid log The following preamble and res- Â¬ olution were adopted Whereas The County Court of Jessamine coun- Â¬ ty has ordered a levy of 27 Jc on the one hundred dollars of taxable property of this county for railroad purposes pre Â¬ maturely therefore bo it Resolved that V H Phillips Judge of the Jes Â¬ samine County Court immediately call the County Court together for the purpose of rescinding and cancelling said order and direct the Sheriff o py back all moneys collected under said former order A committee was appointed lo wait on the County Judge and inform htm ot the action of the meeting This is a suljeet of so tile interest tu the people and the action of the court will be looked to with much anxiety There are some legal ques lions involved which will require care- Â¬ ful Consideration Nicholasville Jour- Â¬ Â¬ nal A terrible thunder and lightning slOrnii accompanied by a Very heavy wind and rain ragetf for several Ltfiifs here Tuesday night doing a great deal of damage to the tobacco crop The lightning struck Mrs W H Lowrys houtc on High street and tore a good sie hole in the IioUte and knocking the plastering oft in several roohls Mrs Wm Remington and Misses Ru- Â¬ by and Bessie Lowry were stunned by the stroke Mrs John Branuon who Uvea ou the opposite side of the street was also stunned Several horses in a sluble opposite Mrs Lowrys residence belouglng to Miller Smith colored thrown from their stalls by the stroke but were not feriously injured The lightning also struck the house of Mike Murray on Geoigetown Street and Munued the occupants The house was not damaged to any grpat extent W H Dawson had a valuable yearling Ally by Cyclone dam by pacing Ab dallah killed by lightning the same night Mr Dawson had refused 400 for the lilly4 Walker Mulr also a voidable mare and colt Tuesday night by lightning and at tile same time H Clay Hntchcraft had a lick of hay struck by lightning aud burned A barn on the farm of John Trundle waft struck aud live hogs anil a shep were killed The barn aud two houses men- Â¬ tioned above had lightning rods Au other Imrn on the farm of Mr TruDUle which had no lightning rod was not Water cdvered the Ken- Â¬ touched tucky Central railroad track at the crossing at the Clintouville pike to such a depth as to put the fire out of the engine Bourbon News Â¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ v - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lst Â¬ t -- Â¬ T 1 i Â¬ Â¬ 7 Â¬ -- op-p-e-i- N- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ hlm-f-Boou- e the Boy Papa is there really such a thing as on ossified man Papa a poor relation Tnero is my son there is Your Uncle Bullion Is an ossified man Boy Why I never hoard that bo fore Why doesnt he Jexhlbit himsolf in a show He would ff bo Papa savagely thought any body would pay ten cents ttfseo him Chicago Tribune Goldsnilt of New York has purchased over 2000 head of cattle this season He shipped Monday 276 head that averaged 1645 pound and cost from 3 35 to 4 25 He He has made the following purchases Of James E Clay 119 head averaging 1675 at 4Jc of Mrs Sam Clay 6S bead average 1575 at 4Jc Thefe were extra good cattle Of Wm Torr 00 fine thoroughbreds 1575 average and extra quality at 4Jc Of Wm Martin Iii Iny 15oruiHghouso 5 vary re Â¬ 12 head average lfOO at 3Jc Of Wm spectable HUie old man aged seventy Penu 12 head average 15 50 at 4J Of eight has for the last week bean 185 head average cleansing old carpets and making them Thus Henry Cluy 1400 at S385 Among the Withers look somewhat better I think than they over appeared slnco they loft LIge Uarett Ed Howard and Will Brussels Tho old gentleman worked 300 head average 1550 from 4c to 4Jc Paris Kentuckian Cilizen away steadily scrubbing off the dirt and scrubbing in tho chemicals from The State Department at Washing Â¬ olght a m until six p tn every day ton Is in recejpt of an exhaustive report with the intermission of half an hour upon Russian agriculture and cereal for dinner Sinco his ninth year he Way United has been earning his living and for trade from Charlton H States consul general to St Petersburg forty years has neither used spirits nor tobacco Ho made money at his trade He says the export of cereals from Rus of carpet cleaning and about twenty sia iu the past two years nhow unab years ago invested his savings 2000 ncrmal increase due to three cauts in a sash and frame factory His first the enormous crops gathered from partner involved him in debt to tho both the black lands and the ariable amount of 4000 and in order to pay prairies tecond the depreciation ot the this sum he sold out his business at a paper rouble arid third the foolish heavy and went loss bock practice of corners in the United to his trade Having paid off States The arable lands of Russia every penny of tho debt in Europe Mr Way says excluding and preparing to start again his wife Poland cover au area of 450000 square fell sick and for the next fifteen yeara grower of Kansas Tiie it took all the money he made to help miltsDakota wheatsee at a glance tho will and pay his doctors bills His wife diod a couple of years ago his debts aro not area of that fertile territory which all settled yot and to day he has to with the cheap labor of Russia will work for every dinner he eats Whon always prove to be n formidable rival asked if ho knew of many mechanics and the merchants of Chicago and still in their old age working at their New York who imagine by cornering trade who had contrived to put money wheat that they will control the mar- Â¬ in tho bank for the rainy day he Bald kets of the world can always lake Into he didnt believe that twenty out of a their calculations the product of this hundred working men had a bauk ac- Â¬ country as an effectual check to their count no matter how hard they had operations Every corner engineered worked all their lives and that very In the United States makes an oppor Â¬ few of them over saved more than tunity for Rusi Ia Not one doIItr is onough to bury them No mechanic added to the import of wealth In ho said who has to feed and clothe a our counfamily and pay doctors bills can savo America but exports from try being stopped Russia steps in ami money and as a matter of fact a bachelor uevor does save Therefore gets rid of her surplus at remunerative the old Scotch saw is as true as eve pi ice but still far below the prohibi Â¬ that a man who always has his coat tive values establisliwl In Chicago and off never makes big money lean New York As long ns Russia exists not vouoh for tho old mans generaliza Â¬ an attempt to force the western nations tion but I havo inquired about him- Â¬ of Eumpe to pay artificial prices for self and verified nil his statements American grain can but result in abso Â¬ with regard to his own case Chicago lute failure Perhaps it this fact were Journal known corners would become rare nnd Journal of Baltimore infrequent Commerce Family One in fur M Â¬ Norman M Kalin ngent Oue of obr principal farmers Wm sale Druggists Toledo O Tarr was naked if he raised any hemp E H Vak HonSEJi Cashier Toledo on his 1500 acres of flue Bourbon land National Bank Toledo O Never touohed hemp siuce 1844 IIau8 Catauhii CmtE is taken when I lost all my crop betting on internally acting directly upon the Clay Paris ifentUdklanCltizeu blood aud mucus i urfaces of the sjs Within a radiu3 of six miles from tem Testimonials sent free Price 75 Humbolt Tenn there are about 200 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists 8 11 acres of land planted iu tomatoes 3 000 in strawberries grapes etc HumTobacco Market boldt will realize this senou from her Louisville fruit and vegetable crop about 150000 ByOIuver 4 Dnrrett Loulsvlllo Tobacco W lire House Farmers Home Journal Sales on our market for the past 3621 juct closed J T Dickson the energetic live week receipts foramount to periodhluls 8256 with the same stock agent of the Wabash bought out hhds Sales on our market since Janthe sheep of Geo Reyuolds Nueces uary 1st amouut to 84332 hhds Sales county Texas 2400 iu Number paying of the crop of 1SSS to date amouut to S160 per head for 2000 head and 125 69921 hhds The sales for the past week have been fdr 400 They will be taken to a farm extremely heavy aud a large portion of in Illinois and fed fur the mutton lite otlierings have been btirley tobacco market Texas Live Stock Journal Outside quotations are neaier the mar- Â¬ ket Oue hogshead was sold for 8300 The Stable of J B Hoggins leads In per 100 this being the uljihet t prices or the East Iu the amount of money won the year for a hogshead of burlcy of the His horses have earned 5S7185 Mr crop of 1888 The following quotations fairly rep Belmontn 556705 and Dwyers 73 Burley 612wblle J II aud A H Mnrrb Sam resent our market on damagedtobacco tobacco Trash Dark and Brown Mr Withers and Mr Scott 2 50 to S400 won stuns ranging from 50000 have Colory Trash S450 lS750 Common Lugs uot colory 4 00 to down to 30000 since the beginning of 56 00 the Brooklyn meeting Colofy Lugs 8 00 ta 1100 Common Leaf 800 to S13 00 J D Davtej of tbe Marrowbone Medium to good leaf 51300 lo S1800 CoUutry utnberliilid county sowed Select or wrappery leaf 118 00 to twenty bushels of wheat and threshed 588 00 700 bushels From four acres he reap ed 1C0 bushels without he ua of Local Produce Markets fertilize or other niauure This is the CORRECTED WEEKLY DY COV1HOTOH motit tremendous yield for this section BRO GROCERS MAIH ARNOLD STKEKT RICHMOND KY the Times liSs heard of litis Season or Richmond Ky Aug 20 1889 Indeed any other season Gllasgott Beef CatMe Butcher- Times 6sKc Hogs fiuunt Mr Owengs of the firm of Smith 1 Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Owing- - has sold to E M Hardin Cured llarrdilsbilrgi Ky his half Interest In Butter Bonnie Wllinore by Chickens tn the biy colt 1 50 7S2 00 Wllmore son of Strachmore dam by Kggs nut 2ioc imp Bonnie Scotland 1rice said to be w ncai 6o65 i 25 52500 for his half He showed a mile Flour j 00 Corn per barrel over the half mile track at Danville Hay per 100 lts 75too Ky iu 2 23 and Mr Owing sold his OaU in sheaf per 100 lbs 5o6o luterw t an hour afterwards Live Lard 2C Tallow Stock Record Beeswax 2030 Mr A It McKee iii a letter to tbe Feathers MmI 675C Danville Advocate gays I lltivH Oafs pfcf fcushel jo5oc read the article copied from the Har Orchard Grist ntttt 75 rodfcburg Democrat about a horse 22 German Millet a 5 3 if j ears of age and doing farm work Timothy Seed 5 75 Now I have a black horse foaled iu Clocr Seed Oats in sheaf I860 bred by W M Irvine sired by Choice blue grass seed Norman 25 dam by Red top seed Alexander 00 Eclipse that is sound aud works regu- Â¬ Sweet Potatoes iOso Will teach all the coljs the bad Irish Potatoes larly habit habit of jumping if turned out When my wife Wants to be sure of LIVE STOOE MAEEET REPORT KMUKY lty GKEKNE making time to harrodsburg she drives LI e Htoclc CommlKMon Merchant at Clucln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Waldin Kinnana Maknin Whole- Â¬ J WILLOUailBY WJHARVEY CR T0DOR A AND AT JOBLTEMBRY CONWAY DOZIER V O BICE FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT B HARRIS II IIS A T MILLION Reasonable Prices OUE ASSORTMENT OF SHIRTSCOLLAHSGDFFSaiiilMIl ERIEIE is the most complete ever offered In this city J fOK COfJNTY LURVEYOR 3 A O WILLIAMSON B PARRISH CHEMLTyGim Z c OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts To wear one is to be convinced that you will wear no other We can please the most critical -- WE CARRY NONE BUT THE OUR LINE OF HOSIERY can not be excelled in sizes prices colors and We carry the Best Brands of Hals in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will 44c Bit ana Sell for Cash have to wear a bonnet i45c OUR MERCHANT T1LQRIN0 DEPABTMEHT and iu consequence our prices are is perfect in every equipment we invite 503 Exceedingly Low inspection of goods and prices and as our stock is not large we are coutluually renewinc it and therefore our stock Is ALWAYS FRESH We BEST eOODS 3ic i5oc SPGive us one trial and you will be convinced CI1ENAULT 29 HAGAN 55 1 GORMLEY SADDLES Men Boys and Children will find just what they want and at their own price in onr CLOTHING DEPARTMENT We are prepared to furnish you with a complete outfit and know we will do it if you are a man of taste and consult your own in- Â¬ terests As we cant mention everything call and see for yourself COVINGTON MITCHELL HID HIK Â¬ Â¬ 213 West Main StreetT Richmond Ky Dull Uulou Stock Yard nnd Covlugtou block Yards Cincinnati Ohio August Good to Extra Fair to Good I 20 1SS9 SHIPPING CATTLE 4 2t CO conW C GORMLEY tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug store 4 Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair o Good Oxen Common altd Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 0 85 2 50 3 50 2 50 2 oo 3 65 4 00 3 75 3 5 CO Saaales id Harness THE RESULT IS GOOD BUTCHflR CATTLE 3 0d Extra Fat Steers 3 25 2 75 rair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows 2 75 Fair to Good Cows 2 25 1 50 Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 2 6o Best Bologna 2 25 Fair Bologna 2 ic Fair to Good Feeders 2 oo Common and Thin I 2j3 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 35 oo40 2 oo30 Fair to Good Common 15 oo20 Best Veal Calves 4 753 5 Fair to Good 4 4 25 2 50 Common and Heavy 3 HOGS Select Butchers 4 3 Fair to Good Packers 4 S Good to Extra Lights 4 Light Pigs 4 40 SPRING LAMBS 6 25 6 Extra MADE TO ORDER of the Lest materials and by the best work- Â¬ men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Trace Chains Bridles Muzzles Collar Tads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Coipbs Riding and Driving Bits 00 75 00 5 THE PTJSLIC IS BENEFITTED AS ITS SERVANT H Â¬ Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Sad dlery and Harness Shop A 50 specialty of 25 Light Road Track Harness 00 Gormley made the harness with 00 Â¬ 00 which Susie S won her great Buf00 falo race and also that with which 2 50 Bell Vara raised herself from 50 500 lo 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED 41 40 JiStrengs Asm is Accomplishec 1 Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object was to give the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before The dis tribution was great We have addednew friends to our numerous old ones We will not stop until every mnn woman and child that buys Â¬ goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish 4S this there will be 50 Tetafe HARNESS AlffB 177 No Second SADDLES EAR 26 NO LET UP Bear in Mind that H IN THE BARGAINS Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains we shall continue to offer to the public J The old and reliable Saddle and We have in thelast few days made many new purchases at our own Harness House of price THE PDBLIO WILL GET THE BENEFIT PICKETSto Street next has a complete Garnett House stock of Yfo The Chief Kenton for tiie great suc cess of Hoods SarsaparllU ts found In tiie article Itself It Is merit that irias and tbe fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla actually ac complishes what is claimed for It Is what has given to thU medicine a popularity and sale greater than that of any other qarsapa- ruU or Wood purl 1 VIC flcr before the public Hoods SarsaparUli cures Scrofula Salt Shewn and all Humors Dyspepsia Stele overcomes That tleadache Biliousness Tired Feeling creates au AppeUte strength Â¬ ens Uie Nerre builds up the Whole System Hoods MitrrapiiHUa is soldliyall drug gists six for f VrcpiredbyCrIUood Ox Apothecaries LoweU Mass 20 29 Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Scrapers A Dressbe it Silk Satin Woden Sateen Gingham or Calico I am Boots Curry Combs Oils and Too Weights Soaps the one you want to see everything else needed by persons who handle horses If you want any Domestics I am the one you wact to see IF YOU WNT Oottonades one that will suit you If yoa want any Shoes Slippers or anything for one you want to see- - v Saddles Manufactured to Order If you want any and none but the best material ladies and used Gentlemens boys Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Hames Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you havo a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Something entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ol lap Clothe ever brought lo Richmond il- Â¬ TowelajUnepSjOraujjUung in the Dry Goods line I am the one you want to see If you want a good Suit of Olofhes for a Man Boy or Ohild I am the fbofe wear I am the Dyspepsia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- So Â¬ Â¬ 1 A prominent citizen of Parsons MILLER Kan determined to sup with a party Tiie Supreme Court of California of of friends against the will of his wife which Judge Terry was formerly Chief 9 IRVINE STREET He was resolved that ho would and Justice refused to adjourn out of re Next Door to Post Office go He did not uhe that ho should not epeCt to his memory holding hat lie Irlenas missea nun ana jnss vus unworthy- - of such consideration jjo fun Invaded hla residence wnero for having restgued from the bench to AND they found him and his wife sitting iu He- - bad fight a dol and having been idlled their chairs fast alaleep - Makes the lives of many people miserable nnd often leads to We know of no remedy for dys Â¬ pepsia more successful than Hoods Snrsaparllla It acts gently yet surely aud efficiently tones the stomanh and other organs removes the fulfil feeling creates n good appetite cures headache nud refreshes the burdened mind Give Hoods Sarsaparllla n fair trial H It will do you good Â¬ n III Wini If you want a Hat I can nat you If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man If you want any Flannel Over Shirts orHndnvisny fix you f kiiKl I wijl For Prices I refer you to rhy local31founiI HABHISOND Â¬ Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTEBlNGCARPkTS-D4l-I- as a sample of what I wiHHo- - If Good Goods are any inducement donfcfail lo com BAUGAIKSALEwhichnoV begins elsewhere in this paper low Prices Polfta Clerks and to the GREAT Mrs J A G WILLIAMSON -- given her an opiate that he might slip while making au an assaultim of the Supremo Court of the Done Promptly awy and Bho had given him oae that - United Stales FINESTYLR hsraightnot 4 GehuaaCahJ- Will open a Sel3cfc PxisiMT 8cqc1 tue first Monday InSeptember v ff li STTeca reasonable K-- ft J STSffiG 1 Mm Stretf IWweaa Ky J jygdfMsfBBHBBBHBBBwl - -- - iwniin- - c - - aTp y ffWiiifffifiy -- r i JTHE CLIMAX -- j- f 1500 Sheep GeaiHg Mr H II Colycr went to Tennessee onMbndayaiidlsnOv on the road back with fifteen hundred sheep secured in tliat State He carried a number of ahTspherd dogs ahd lias six or eight men lo help the herdeldng This is the largest number of sheep ever brought over the road This fc m Immense herd comes principally from KecdveHns Fifteen hundred sheep for sale See ad Campbell county Term Mr Colyer has - Rev Dr Henderson was announced to sold The Berea Fair now dates jour atten Â¬ prcsch the funeral of Mr WJ Rayburn could 2000 this season already and have sold five or six thousand if he tion but his fall down stairs and the disloca- Â¬ could have gotten them here fast enoiigh tion of his shoulder rendered him unable Tav jour city taxes before the per cen Mr Colyer says tllij sheer bade was for that duty The Doctor has so far re See ootice fc added never beltar covered that he can walk about arid will You want to read The Climax rail- - be well enough to ittend the annual Con Â¬ Trial of the of Life rcoJ comn closely this week ference Everybody hopesthat Confer- Â¬ The whole world for a week or two has will return him to the charge here ence Wark on Mr Ed Rowlands residence been excited over an alleged discovery by notwithstanding he has already served T- - i street began jesterdajr Dr Brown Sequard an eminent French CO two years physician He claimed that by a hypo- Â¬ T artificial stone pavement - being put Lost An Eye dermic iniectinn nf n ftnM Mn4 Mt on on Main street m a bcaotyMr T J Tribble Uie well known certain portion of a Umb the most diSaji T Kas Collins a tough citizen has young groccryman of this place feulUined idaled specimen of humanity physically a serious misfortune at the Kirksville fair could be perfectly and permanently re Â¬ be a iji nJ dead jo Rockcastle county He was in a booth ami reached across an stored within an incredibly short time A branch of the Southern Building and open box containing Dr John M Foster of this nlace was bottle of ginger ale jxn Association is being located here when one of them exploded casting a visited by several needful patients on last Wednesday and asked to prepare the A 1 v mare and brown colt strayed or fragment of glass into his right eju mak Â¬ ing a deep incision Into the ball He went elixir and experiment tinrin Ihfti Ac t L3 a liberal reward offered See ad to Cincmnati last week and consulted Sn cordingly on Thursday the venerable Tlie Teachers Institute is in session at oculist The Doctor nrohottneed the Elisha Roberts and one or two other good is lan church conducted by Prof light totally lost and said Up to the ball would subjects received the injection C A Leonard nave to be removed An attempt to ad last evening no perceptible change in any of the patients had an Uncle t 0 II Chenauk has bosght two ministerwas anaesthetic failed and the op Elisha says that it been discovered not af eration certainly has postponed Mr Tribble is a 1 cJ logs in Garrard and Boyle coun J good business man though young in fected his mind for he continues to believe a 4 cents years but doomed to misfortune Some that Alexander Campbell was the greatest balloon asceftston on last Satur- Â¬ time since he nearly lot the use of a leg man that ever lived and he cant gtjt td Tc church any more readily than before he day was the most perfect of any that have Excursion receded the elixir cs c ltin place here Messrs H K Shaw Co o Ford Dr Foster regards the Brown Sequard C j Engineer Witliaran is affecting have chartered a special train for Sunday Elixir a humbug with exceedidgly slight 5t- - n i c and needful improvements on September 1st next Sunday week and humming qualities at that Ti rJ ad North streets will run the same from Richmond to Cin Â¬ It is wonderful to note the different ef Mayor Collins has bought the vacant cinnati The train will leave Richmond fects claimed by the numerous patients at 7 oclock in the morning and reach the all over the country such ar sickness of 1 T urd street next to the new hotel union depot in Cincinnati at 10 Return- Â¬ the stomach headache vetlteo convul- i tx1 j feet for 2000 ing will leave Cincinnati at it oclock at stefs lever blood poisoning and insomnia m TcsTcct sprinkler is evidently afraid night Fare lor the round triponlyfiJjo g dust on k if k comes on the There will be plenty tT room ice water 1 vt I already has flies on it and special pettce and no whisky This s e is a rare opportunity and a big crowd will t c tor Burnam will wkhin the next be the result The gentlemen expiict to fwj I reiroie into bis new oftce per carry one hundred and fifty persons from hap l o andsoroest i Kentucky Louisville is soon to have a bridge across Richmond and a proportionally large namber from Red House Shearer Boone the Ohio to Jeirersonvillei C nty bthool Superiwlendent Mrs M r pcirts a large nameer of teacli-e-- T Ford and other points along the line The R N I B has received its first Twelve hours in Cincinnati will be suf- Â¬ engine and ten cars at Nicholas ville a lea Jance on the Institute ficient to visit the great and wonderful Tv new hotel has been named the Conquest of Mexico the Zoological Gar There are no flies on the old Three The word is of Welsh origin dens Cony G ii t Island all other places in and Forks Make a memorandum of this so arj r cans a retreat or place of rest around the city ride on the cable cars you wont forget ill and attend church The big bridge on the Louisville South A gc tietnan who was at Boonesbor em between Louisville and Lexington t Sunday o says that there were Til was finished Monday undred people present at the union Elsewhere in t0dayJs Climax will be rrc found the announcement of Central Uni- Â¬ The Queen and Crescent is Felling versity The 100000 asked for by the round trip tickets to Cincinnati at 4 cents Vr is Adair have returned from Cin 3M and say they purchased an outfit Synod only a few months ago has been per mile to visit Montesumi i t ie GVndon that wiB tickle the most raised by Chancellor Blanton and Rev I Tltd Richmond road has possession of S McElioy the former securing fj ulOS 50000 the disputed ground on Cow Creek hill from six donors od the latter from va- Â¬ and a force at work Irvine Eagle M s Sallie E WHKs exewtrirofD rious parties In sums or St 000 and less B Wuiis will have a pubKc sale on Another W P Thaw Vice President of the 50000 U soon to be raised and Pennsylvania Central is dead at Paris Tm Jay Sept 36th f land stock crop that will make an endowment fund of France He leaves an estate of 20000 t e ad C 310000 Mr W N HaWcman Mr W T Grant and Col Bennett Young of 000 Rithard Gentry of Boyle county The Queen and Crescent is selling tick Â¬ Ujtjxi- county buymgwules He has Louisville and Mr A J Alexander of scctreJ nirt or forty at prices ranging Woodford each gave 10000 of the recent ets at low rates for Niagara to morrow fund with stop over at Cincinnati and Chau- Â¬ fcr- - S 40 to I195 Csntral University has more endowed tauqua La iggms received Ae cenlrsct chairs than any other Southern colhge B is to reach Irvine by The R N I to f m i a large portion f Ule 50000 It requires 30000 to endow a chair next April and Beattyville by next June wrU of material for the baHdmgs let at The University campus has now eight according to the terms of the contract let Bcul stle on Morulav attractive brick buildings that cost about Dye hear The natural 100000 topographical V BtrineUs new reetdefiee of pressed F D Carlcy Louisville has been re- Â¬ I k Tnimed with Lake Superior red features and the beautiful shade trees with elected President Of tile Kentucky Union walks and drives make it a delightful sKt sa-- jrc will be one of the handsomest and Mr H C McDowell of Lexington Central Kentucky To Distillers Vice President The Commissioner of Internal Revenue The L St L Ei I Ktmaster Taylor has returned T Railroad Company at Washington has issued the following has made a contract to haul 40000 barrels f - T pcla Kansas and says that his order ida te Mrs Reed wW recover from her of whiky from Owensboro to Louisville It is the practice of many distillers to It will require 700 cars to do the work rcnt ievere attack of diptheria use and re use constantly the same pack Â¬ The Kentucky Union has issued an in- Â¬ ages for conveying spirits from distilleries tto k on Mr R C Stocktons re V prohibit- Â¬ junction against the L C Such re use e on Fourth Avenue bvan Mulv to rectifying housesreason that it ishas ben ing work on the lands of the tformer at permitted for the alleged It 10 be a handsome addition to that that it is a saving to distillers in cooper-Â¬ the mouth of Millers Creek in Estill a r adi beautiful part of the town age but from a full investigation of this county M C T Wells says his brother-in-1-r- c practice it is found to result in great loss Bids were taken on the several surveys Mr H B Todd was kind o sash of revenue to the Government by reason from Richmond to Drowning Creek 60 ll3no around and fired o bis pistol a of the tax on the part of the contents le Â¬ that when the road is located which will t e or two in the air but didnt shoot at ing evaded each time a package is so re- be before many days any one of the lines used and the loss increases with each re can be adopted use If the losses thus made were only For the G A R Encampment at Mil- Â¬ lie eighth comfRandmeat-lesc creat-1- - on a fractional part of a proof gallon tered the meat house of Mr Ncw- - which eafh package contained less thin waukee August 26 to 31st the Queen and Route will sell cheap excursion Jones Sr on Monday-- alght ef last 1 fifty hundredths then this office might Crescent vr ara carried away c quantity of not deem it an abuse to be prohibited tickets with choice of routes via Cincinunder the law but the loss from this nati or Louisville c2 c beef There are a few people yet who dont source is small compared with that re- Â¬ Mr Lyman Parrish has sold 45 acres sulting from other causes believe that the Kentucky Central has C fathers old place near Red House ever been extended Xrora Paris by way of Things in Georgia ta Mr Raker of Silver Creek for 1900 Richmond They are probably the ones aiJ o acres of the PoweM place to Mr Mr Charlie Walker who is at liome who thought the Three Forks had flies on J Davis for 700 on a visit to his mother says that aftir it several years residence in Atlanta he is Chief Engineer Pearson has received Mr P M Pope furnished the mara wonderfully pleased with it The city has railroad rrli range for the Glyndon It looks a steady grow th and has reached probbVy twenty three bidstofor building the believed 1 from Richmond Irvine It is kc a whole hardware house and cost 70000 in population Many of the build- Â¬ 4 It is of finest steel and the trim-n-i-- ings would make a creditable show in that the Shanahans have the inside track on the other bidders Nicholas are of copper and joe plate tin Cincinnati or Chicago ville Democrat immediately around At Â¬ The country C O H Cbenault is actinff cashier B are The attornej s for the R N I is said to be the poorest in Georgia Or t1 e Madison Kalinnal Ttnnlr ilirlnj lanta but the corn crop will make seven to ten at Irvine engaged in hearing condemna- Â¬ ajsrnce of the cashier Mr James barrels per acre Corn sells in the city jit tion proceedings in Judge Bentons court Uher son of Mr W L Crutcher V 56 cents per bushel or 2 80 per barrel de- Â¬ involving rights of way The L C s taken a position in the same bank livered in sacks While the cotton crop asked to be made a party to these proA gentleman was recently in the Rich always has been is now and perhaps alÂ¬ ceedings but being unable to give bond for costs the ways will be in Geor r0d cemetery while a grave was digging gia agriculturea prominent feature crop hasÂ¬ owners ofthe cases were heard as Vtowas lands and the L C the water melon and found a striped marble that was given further time to find sureties for their lh wn up from the bottom of the grave reached gigantic proportions with indications of a great increase Like all other bond Ti e marble is perfect but the stripes dim markets that of the water melon is a littl There is talk of straightening the L The hop at the Glyndon given by the off at times A car of melons sold in At- N railroad by running it to Stanford RkI mond Social Club and the reception lanta one day recently for 40 The peach from Gravel Switch by way of Danville t Madison Club Wednesday and Thurs crop is growing greater year by year and This would shorten the distance from lin nights were entertainments that re Â¬ some fabulous prices have been obtained Stanford to Louisville sixteen miles and flected unbounded credit upon the two A car of peaches shipped to New York give Boyle and Lincoln admirable rail- Â¬ clubs the 1st of July sold for nine hundred dol- road facilities Such an arrangement lars would paralyze Junction City though as The great Lexington Fair will begin on Mr Walker says that Henry Grady Danville would then be the crossing for next Tuesday August 37th and continue editor of the Constitution is the biggest the two great systems Lancaster News- fnedays It is not only the largest and man in Georgia 11 foist Fair in Kentucky but surpasses all A quorum of Directors of the R N I Class Entertainment others in the Ohio Valley If you want B and the R I T F met at Uie The class in elocution of Miss Helen Madison National Bank on last Saturday to see the finest and fastest horses on earth Ue purest blooded cattle in America and Brown gave a delightful entcitiinment at after the County Court had taken the the best of all other livestock go to the the Court house Many humorous phases necessary action and colsolidated the two Lexington Fair If you desire to inspect were presented and much merriment was roads Mr C D Chenault was elected the most skilled works of art the most produced The class evidenced careful Vice President The Directors present Miss Edith Helps were Messrs Price and Hill of Louisville elaborate needle work the choicest pan- Â¬ training Recitation try kitchen garden and farm products Things Along Miss Grace Taylor Arnettof Nicholas rille Williams of Ir- Â¬ the Lexington Fair is the place for you Recitation Evening at the Farm Mas Â¬ vine Jones Irvine Searcy and Chen- Â¬ ter Tommie Plckels Recitation The ault of Madison Mrs Foraans Select School Irish School master Miss Esther Bur--naThe Kentucky Midland railway hits In to dayv Climax appears the an Â¬ Dialogue The Imps of the Trunk purchased the right of way through the nouncement of Mrs M De G Formans room Imps Kitty Miss GraceTayloiselect school for girls Her great success Addie Miss Alene Jackson Nancy Catholic cemejery near this city for i the past is well 3000 The road now has the right of Miss Birnie Taylor Ellen known She has been cook way purchased from here to Georgetown East the past two months studying the chambermaid Miss Esther Burnam and will have the road finished next and principles of teaching at the best Aunt Miss Nannie Heath Recitation month Large forces are at work night schools in America nd has many new The Charcoal Man Miss Amy Smith is being pushed ideas which she purposes adopting in her Recitation Miss and day and the work Independence Bell forward as rapidly as possible The iron own school Old Jack Recitation Excellent assistants and de Nannie Heatli and timber for the bridge to be put up Jghtful location Master Harry Schlegcl in the Well across Houston at the Allison place has Recitation The Foolish Little Maiden will be placed in position The 52nd Annual Fair Miss Alene Jackson Dialogue Elizas arrived and tiron horse will soon arrive here from The Paris Fair will be held this year on Education Mrs Briggs Miss Amy f George town Bourbon News September 3 Smith ElizaBriggs Miss Grace Taylor 4 s6 and Y- - ftfcthesjd annal exhibition It is calculated that just a week from For more than -- fifty Granny Miss Ruth Taylor Biddy Misss yean the Pari Fair has been a prominent Bimie Taylor Pat Harry Schlegel jto day August 23 the two ends ol the HUtutionofthe State Brutes J Clay Recitation A Boys Opinion of Grand Â¬ great cantilever span over the Kentucky a native of MadtHm county was for thirty mothers Master Earle Smith Recita- Â¬ River at Tyrone will meet and be joined or more years its President and his son tion A Little GirFs View of Life in a over the center of the river Already the C M Clay jr a half of it that reaches from this side is of Madison Hotel Miss Ruth Taylor Recitation succeeded him Thus Madison county is Master Tommie Pickels 1 projecting out in space and that from Orator Puff Peculiarly interested la the Paris Fair By request The Polish Bojr and Tenny the other side is reaching out over the Tne regular trains run precisely right for 6onsBugle Song were recited by Miss waters The McBrayer trestle is done the attendance persons from Madison Brown which closed the entertainment rtracklayingis progressing and it is said The exhibit of live stock farm garden with applause that if t be jn human power Uie whole and other products will be unexcelled The prize for greatest proficiency was thing will be put m condition for trains to where awarded to Miss Grace Taylor fpass over ur uie -- yui ui iuu uiumu at Snsle S Wins AtRrjchestMvonliastrThiirtJit tzlL RS won in three strafghtwU Tjpt three WEDNESDAY AUGUST at 1SS9 uuvc iimc iojs isj Thornlcss w the horse that defeated her at C cveland The Fair uoter was entered1 at Rochester but wj afraid Pouchkeersie- FK Another residence U bunding on Fifth and remained away day is the next race to be madeby BUsle S atreet does not now look as If if can be done but Humr of Irvine 1 are visiting Mrs Claude the money at stake will Callse the work Smith mert to huWp- themselves Lawrenkfe- Mifcs Florence Long more of Covington burgNews nth is visiting MUs Etta Wells this t The County c Gourt composed of the c8untyvarious Magistrates Assembled in the Mr John Fitzpatrick attorney at law Court house on last Saturday pursuant Pineville dropped in on his old friends to a call issued by the County Judge notice of which was made last week The here last week object oi the meeting as heretofore stated Miss Katie Wallace of Irvine who was was to enter an order of record granting visiting her brother Mr C C Wallace permission to the R N I B and the has gone home R I T Ft to consolidate The brder Mrs Ti Wi Davis of Campbellsville Is was tHterBd Willi the provision that no visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S Paf greater amount of stock shall be issued rish this place than could be done under the charter of Messrs C L Jungerman and H P the R N I B Also that no additional stock should be taken by the county A Young of Newport Ky were hen Sun- Â¬ few other conditionsin they way of safe day and Monday guards were imposed County Attorney Miss Willmore and Miss Hemphill of Sullivan was oresent to see that the in Nicholasviile were with Mrs Arch terests of the eouhiy did not suiter Woojls the past weeki - oi - -- Â¬ Krorva-Sequard-El- ixir -- tjt ts -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The engineers and board of directors of the R N I Si B met in Richmond on Saturday and considered the thirty or more bids lrom contractors and after a careful review awarded the contract to Messrs I Shanahan Coi lo build trc road front Richmond to Beattyville This includes Shanahan Haneer E T Powell Co and others A force will be put to work to day be Â¬ tween Irvine and Beattyville and another within the nest few days between Irvine and Drowning Creek The road through Richmond and between Richmond and Drowning Creek has riot been located but will Be at ah early day This con clusively demonstrates that some people who thought the road was out of money and would never get beyond Richmond didnt know as much as Solomon Fifty eight years have witnessed won Â¬ derful changes and in nothing greater than in the railroads of this section JTrom the tandem horse car that traveled at the rate of ten miles per hour with ten passengers one trip each way per day with an accident to every trip we have attained fifty miles per hour with sometimes 500 passengers to the trip and five trips per day each way without an accident in years Thousands of people born and reared In this city have never seen those did stdne sills and yet they are objects of wonder and reflection to hundreds who have never put foot on Kentucky soil Lexington Observer Â¬ -- Prof White and wife of Lexington with their two daughters Clara and Mat tie are visiting Dr W G White this place Miss Nannie Hood Tucker of Win chesteri came over last week to visit her couisin Mrs Bettie Little Mrs Dr H L Blanton land county Virginia is of Cumber- Â¬ visiting her brother Dr L II Blanton Mr Stant Thorpe Deputy Circuit Clerk is at his old post again after a month out with pneumonia Mr W ti Morton of Winchester rias accepted the position of Principal of the Romney W Va Academy Messrs W L Crutcher C D Chen- Â¬ ault and A T Chenault have gone to Wichita and elsewhere in the west Miss Elvira S Miller Louisvilles most gifted lady write is visiting her Sister Mrs A Wilkes Smith at Westover Terrace Gov and Mrs J P Eagle of Arkan Â¬ sas who have been visiting Mrs W H Miller Mrs John Doty and other rela- Â¬ tives leave to day for home followed Homer and Can Sargent were killed and Win Alderton and JMjn Price vrere eeriouslywoanded David Adam ofi aged negro was declared a lunatic before fudge Varnon Tuesday He Imagined that he wqjs be-Â¬ ing run down by kn klux and would frueiiliy climb trees or jump In DIx River to Jjfet ont of their way Stan Â¬ Two gentlemen from Paris attempted to ford Journal go from Richmond on a special train one EbenS Allen the defaulting Presi- Â¬ evening last week out to Blythewood to dent of a New YorR street railway and spend the night Three miles beyond the ferry company pleaded guilty to the junction they discovered that they were over tune of 100000 worth or the on the Livingston ExprCsSi Pulling the stock of his company and was yesterÂ¬ bell cord they jumped off and attempted day Sentenced to fourteen years Im to walk across the country thinking the prisonnfent the m3lmum penalty for distance not more than a mile or two the offense After seven miles of corn fields weedy Judge Wm F Bullock of Louisville pastures with mudJy hog paths and great fields of blooming dusty ragweed they died Friday at the advanced age of 82 reached the Senators house about the Judge Bullock was one of the leading worst lidrnsWflgglcd fellows you ever saw lawyers of the State and to him is due For further particulars addrcsS Mf Sid the establishment of the Kentucky In Btitalitfit for the Education of the Blind Clay He became its first president and held Sam Jones preached at Kavanaugh the office at the time of his dcfatli- Camp Meeting Friday and on the sub Danville Advocate Old ject of Choosing Religion said Sydney K Smith an attorney of St DahTet was ariother man Who chose Â¬ They got after him arid said If you dont Louis and son of the late Col D How to ard Smith iapreporiog a work on the stop prayin to God and go to prayin the King hell put you down in the lions life army record and public services of his father It will not be merely a per- Â¬ den Let them do what they please sonal memoir of Col Smith but a said Daniel and down he went on his r of Morgans command knees and the nest minute he went He brief histoi knew that If he did wrong he would go from the tlt ie of his connection with to Hell if ite did right he would go to it to the close of the war and of events God went ddwl rith him into subsequent lo the war Nicholasviile heaven the den and the first thing Daniel knew d Journal big lion went to sleep and Daniel stretch- Â¬ The contract for furnishing the Post ed himself by his side and pillowing his oflice Department with rMHtal cards head en the shaggy mane of the brute during the next four years was award said This beats hell I choose to ed Friday to Albert Daggett of serve God forever and I stand in fear of New York The estimated number of nd kings cards required during the term is two w i mi thousand million at a cost of 5800000 I can not praise Hoods Barpafilli The postage on the on these cards will half euouglisaya a mother whose son be 20000000 The cards are to be in almost blind with ecrofuln was cured three sizes that at present in use Obi this medicine It a little smaller and the other a little larger handsome catalogue of Uie Deaf and iJtimb institute Danville with a striking liteness of ffdf Mtfrris Lorig ori the first page Upon examination we find that it is an elegant pamphlet of the proceedings of the Kentucky Press Association witli a1 picture of Mr Watterson The Stanford Inside Journal that did the print- Â¬ ing has really done itself great credit Â¬ II r iT 1 P IMWI rl m ar M V A DOTY TO YOURSELF people will use a common ordinnrypllt when they oan secure a valuable English one for the same money Dr Aekera English pills are nposUfoe cure for and all liver troubles They are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe 8oidby WQWhite Presorip tiou Druggist Advice io Mothers ilitWrsnovSoaTmxaazacrthonidmivtt p naal wbeaIiiMrtn srs eataag tetth Itro liSTia tin little stuTnernt once ttprtxtucesiutaral quiet Iei tttt the HUlediernbaintau bright it Is very u a ttottoa chndsoftentr pleasant to taitepainIt soothes the gti maHajaU regnlste the boWetiaadnthe belttoo w 11 remedy for diarrheal whether arising trasS teetfegar other causes Treatr Hra etaU a bottl 6 5 Go to Lalors Cash Store for Grocer- Â¬ 44 17 ies Get your clothes resdy for the laun Â¬ It is surprising that PUBLIC SALE -- OF A NEW Qis m d lot uhI 1 1 fm Â¬ ceased I wHl sett to best bidder en As Ezeeatriz WilhV defHtbAMebest aad Sf THURSDAY the feHowlBg SEPT 26th 1889 described yrqparty ONE NEW dry tf Frame House anrlLot containing It ACKKS now eettipkw by John ArmM ami situated Immedi Â¬ ately on Ifee lamp and witfata one half RiDe of KltfcsvtUe Madfeoa county Ky Afea Â¬ HERE IS MORE MUSIC Streng still furnishes it These are tne additional notes Mens Suits of Clothing of No E J 5500 S600 750 S900 1200 1000 S1100 and Cant be bought elsewhere for less than S200 to S750 a suit more Come and look at them 52- - 1 FKESH LAND tying on the slgat r KtrfearMle Tbi tanie plkj will be sM as a wfeote wr la two parcels Also 4 BROKE MULES Horses 7 Cows 7 Calves 1 BM Mares 76 Stoats 10 Sows 1 Reaper S 1 Fire Tornado and Acehlent ance written by Powell Iour 732 Field Mower Spring Wsgos Let of Clover Hay aboat SO Aetes of Cora la Um Hale to begin at 10 oeloek a m Terms easy and will be node known ou day of sale For any farther parÂ¬ ticulars apply to J B Stemoos Kkfcs ville or W L Cretofeer at Madison t MADAM SCOTT tells Past Present and Future Events May be consulted at any hour Rooms at 422 E Main Street 5- National Bank ittebraood Ky MRS SALLIBB WILLIS 10 15 BxeoBtrix - Donelson has a quantity of new sHl- kies surries and buggies of the newest and most popular patterns and at very 5- reasonable figures Mr J E Dykes has an abundance of ioe for sale and will deliver k every 4- morning in any part of the eity m m S o S 22 a 2 I RELIGIOUS ti ZS2 5 C o o e Mr Rankin Mason attorney at law Topeka Kansas came in Saturday fresh from a trip to Europe looking as sduRd as a dollar and as smooth1 as a june bug U State convention of Christian churches In session at Versailles BORN To the wife of M McCarty on Wednesday- the 7th inst - Sa s i I a sou 1 r i -- - i 11 1 -- Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ m ven-in-k- w DIED 5 55 S Ttlrneri 3 and at the Christian cnilrch Sunday rlight Wednesday en route to Fleming to visit s Infants of J H Boggs and Tobe Green One of thi most exciting railroad races union services this county died 01 MWidfiyj for time ever seen in this country is that her mother Mrs Franklin Paris Kenspecially prepared to benefit children tuckian Rev W G McCready sailed from Q and cure their pains It is harmless ol the great Louisville Southern bridge Mr Russell Myrlck ot the firm of and contains no Opium or Morphine Glasgow on the steamer Circassia on Miss Mary and Miss Elise Bennett en- Â¬ across the Kentucky river at Tyrone in- Â¬ last Thursday the 8th inst and will arrive My lick and Henderson Fort Smith Sold by w G White rreeeriptjoa 2 o volving the sum of 100000 When the tertained a large number of their friends says he wishes to add his testi- Â¬ Druggist 22S ot en m a on last Tuesday night A bouritifully in New York probably to morrow He Ark construction of the Lexington extension al- Â¬ mony to the thousands that have C V Special rates will be given on ferally was undertaken few people believed it supplied dining room arid an Imported will spend a week or more in New York and will reach Versailles week after next ready been given as to Swifts Specific washing by the steam laundry tf vVere Conspicuous features 2 would be built within tile time named In orchestra O a m occupying his pulpit at St Johns church He says he derived the most signal tlie Lexington subscription it was reNice country lard and meat of all The Versailles Sun noticing the elabVer- Â¬ benefit from Its use to core painful quired to build twenty miles of railroad in orate German given Miss Alexander of on the first Sunday in September OB bolls and sores resulting from mputeJkiad8 new honey milk shake and 3 sailles Sun four months to cross the Kentucky with Louisville on cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors by Mr Fred W Henry of blood s ST one of the highest bridges in this country Woodford The Devil called on General Green 44 17 mentions Miss Bennett of qWhen taken for a few days polash 73 and to construct the longest single span Richmond blue silk white silk mull over- Â¬ Clay Smith for the M S of a sermon for -BITTERS in the world The country contiguous to dress this isine He received a book in which mixtures impair the digestion take E3J- BROWNS IRONDyspepsia Mala Â¬ zn Cores Indigestion BOioosesS a Kentucky river is very difficult for rail Â¬ several sermons were written with direc- Â¬ away the appetite and dry up the ria KerroofBess and General DeWfrr Pi jl in Mrs M D G Forman has returned tions to publish a certain one The gastric juices which should assist road building requiring steel trestles 115 eUas reeorameDd It AH dealers sett K Ornnlnn lias trade mart aad erossed red Hues oa irrfipr feet in height and the largest embank- Â¬ from a delightful visit in the East Her Devil pointed out the wrong sermon digesting and assimilating the food a ments in the State Nine out of every several descriptive letters that appeared in and it was put in type a proof of it was Swifts Specific has just the opposite The JIouWs Friend ten people along the line and those con- The Climax were extensively read and sent General Smith who forbade its pub- Â¬ eflect it improves digestion brings nected with the Louisville Southern did inquiries made if there are not yet others lication because he had not preached it appetite and builds up the general Not only shortens labor and lessens puin attending it hut greatly dimin- Â¬ It not believe the road would be built by to follow and it was too late to print the right one health ishes the danger of life of both mother August 29th when it will have to be in hence no sermon this week Mt Sterling Road horses trotters and runners and child if used a tew mouths before Wood B Longmoor of Cynthiana Sentinel Democrat operation to get the tooooo subscription shod in any inanuer desired I have confinement Hon Mat G Adams of Frankfort and Write the Bradfleld of Lexington The track has however M EJmond de Pressense Senator for Just received an extra lot of four year Regulator Co Atlanta Oa for far- Â¬ M Brinkley of Louisville were in Frank been laid over every part of the road the city during the Fair in the interest of life the eminerit Prdtcstant divine and old second growth timber for repairing ther particulars Sold by druggists save on the bridge and the great rate All work guar- Â¬ their respective candidacies for Clerk of pulpit orator has prepared for the Sep- Â¬ all kinds of wagons 8 11 for lime is to complete this structure tember Number of Harpers Magazine a anteed at the very lowest prices Shop the Court of Appeals within the prescribed limit To fail Commercial College cToTO faithful outline of the religious movement back of Brookss drug store means the forfeiture of 100000 Mr David Chenault Sr and wife of in France at the present time While it Respectfully Cheapest Best Business College m the WorU Hundreds of men are at work and Cane Spring returned on last Tuesday would be absurd he says to imagine 8febly S L MIDKIFF ITIsbeot Honor John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ MlHTt oUetrwiat mad Gold tedolSy rtemi o rprioi for duratin nothing will be left undone to com- from a visit to Illinois where they found that French Protestantism is on the point carries im- Â¬ Book Krrpiatj anl rvril Bwiww - put Mxa mond Ky year thNearly Km StndenM in aitndan-tnuntrtes plete the bridge within the contract their numerous friends well and prosper- Â¬ of again taking possession of France he HERE IsfflUSIC FOR YOU aid mense stocks of Salt Lime from 30 antesfruinv Funnurn of employed Tttxhert time One of the immense arms 2S0 feet ous While there Mrs Chenault receiv- Â¬ regards it as a salutary element for the Orrvfuoft i consutt TP H Streng furnishes it Cement and in length now extends half way over the ed a telegram from the State of Nevada the best ETBulnrw CourwJVninanslilp Cmmmeretml -Basinets AnthmetU Banking present and an important one for the fu- Â¬ Uw SCerchandlsiru BvatBrtm Pracuce iferemo immense chasm while 135 men are at announcing the death of her brother Mr ture Of French Catholicism he says These are the notes Machinery and Im- Â¬ BfactortBir Lectures Ac -- Coorrull BnU tileCorrespoDdence work on the second arm They will meet Bullock formerly of Woodford county that it remains a great force in Incodinir spite of All good fancy Calicoes 5c plements Sulkies Gear and wnOxirwnice family TnlHootaMonerjramd alwtjja Board tn a Jhort in the middle 285 feet above the Stream Kentucky the noisy manifestations of contemporary ba special teaehera and 13 yards Lonsdale Green Tick- Â¬ the best line of Groceries in Specialties ltaken alone or wit a tne rolls and their completion of thebridge within and can bo atheism He points out the attention -Department Coarse PrlncipaTEmploTed the market the next seventeen days will be beyond THIN COLUMN Lady et 95c paid to social questions by the Protestant XbMC 41- Jte earing situations doubt the greatest engineering feat ever bow Por circulars addrt ra as the Catholic church 13 yds Masonville Cotton 95c Uncle Bob Nelson thinks the balloon as well 1YIIJBUII B SUIIT1I Pres lexington Kr accomplished in the State The entire -- 22 work has been under the personal care of went up about five miles high Loom Cot- Â¬ IS yds Fruit of -- NEWS PARAGRAPHS IS LIFE WORTH L1V1N8 Col Bennett H Young who has won the Theonly fish about that real live ton 95c r reputation of never failing in any under- Â¬ living mermaid on exhibition here last XotifyoHgo tliroinrh tk rofld a Ex Qoveruor Brown of Tennessee 15 yds Hope Cotton 95c H-dyspeptic Aekera Dyspepel Tablets taking and he is perfectly confident that week was its tail is dead are a positive cure for the worst tttrms by August 22 or 23 the connecting pin 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown or Dyspepsia Indigestion Ftatuleaey Col Polk Johnson the Lord High will be driven and the rails placed Bole Roberts was held for murder in To Guaranteed ami and Constipation Binder of Kentucky is a candidate for re- Â¬ Lexington Cotton 100 erect the longest span in the world with- Â¬ sold by V G White Prescription 52- Druggist out trestle to construct it with such ex- election with nobody agin im Mrs Levisa J Grant died in Jessa- Â¬ On Lancaster Avenue opposite Epis Â¬ actitude as to make the connections with Two Louisville gentlemen well known mine county copal etoareh Four rooeae large hall Sallowv Complexions such certainty that though over one mil- Â¬ in railroad circles bet on the fastest mule kitehen pantry and servants ism Bill Westmoreland the Freckled Faces lion pounds of steel and iron are standing when the premium was for the slowest Remaining unclaimed in the Post er was hanged at Jacksonville AGE EFFACERtfSkV in mid air hundreds of feet from the cSER Richmond Ky week ending We know of nobody who goes uniform- Â¬ iS fir Pimpled Faces Oflice at2hh 1SS6 ground and all so perfectly calculated as ity John G Brooks died at Ollutls Cross August better dressed than the june bug He Sunburn Tan Moth io not vary the one hundredth jart of an Three Goodeiater Jeir AKce Gas throughout is to all appearance a foreordained dude Roads on Sunday aged 64 years Patches Slack Heads Wnaklcs am all Discoloration Barker Henry Oaks A D inch is a feat well worth achieving A Miuares from Coart lroose OBsf tfce cf the Skin quickly restored to healthy natural coor Belmont Clara netgHbofboedS to Mrs Martha A Hill of Jessamine with Best on Earth Ae Erfecer Prtce One Dollar Break e Simon Otey James best Iflcatrosa and We hear that the Prohibition store- Â¬ special train will be run out to Tyrone Send 10 cts to pay postage for a small trial bottle free Rich mood Parris D M Dillon for the benefit of the Louisville Southern keeper began his services at Jetts distil- Â¬ county died in Washington Territory CPManniDgctCo170 ClarkSLCMcsgo FrancesJames F Ray O B J E 9 35 stockholders and appropriate ceremonies lery near Doylcs ville by taking a dog The loss by the Arlington Hotel fire Rise lenntc Harris Rachel Also Hosdsono Haicffas7 Sideiaard Richardson J S will take place making the driving of the out of bond at Blue Licks was 32000 Insurance Harris Powell represents Ten of the largest Hithren Will Rogers May G with folding bed in baek A 2fo I Jackson final connecting pin a scene to be remem- Â¬ m j If electricity kills murderers as prompt- Â¬ 520000 Fire Insurance Companies and writes Kindred Ellah Turner Frank range Apply to bered Courier Journal ly as innocent people there need be no Ike Saunders colored was killed by Mills Stores Dwelling Slables and Martin Lizzie col Vaughn H W Q W S 10 Miller Mrs Maeeie Warren S F 7 32 fears of its efficacy in legal executions M train in Woodford counly Live Stock at Lowest Kates aV McClintock Mrs P White Andrew PERSONAL Bourbon News last week A G WILLIAMSON Young mau you should have your McKay Mrs S E Young Fannie The man with the wooden horses and Miss Ida Easthara of Dauville and shirts collars and culls laundrled at Poet Offlce hours from 6 a m to 7 p Rev H T Daniel was in Shelbyville CITY ESGINfflK JF sr Money order and registered letter the man with the tin horses seem to have Mr A U Kenuedy of Omaha were last week tf the new laundry K p jr Civil Engineer and Surveyor hours prompt 7 A jr to made more money than the men with the married last week Mr S L Ewing of Louisville is here real live sho nuf horses J B WILLIS P Jr Lalor buys Country Produce Kags The Johnstown Commission has paid on business Survevs made lor RaK 44 17 k Charley BIythe acknowledges having out 400000 in four weeks and have and Iron rvsuuiates kiiwjui pises iioauwaya T Mr Edgar Turley and wife are have re- Â¬ robbed the Club and killed old Doc but nearly 2000000 left A GUILD KILLED Farm drainage Town Lofo feM turned from Lake Chautauqua he asks to be excused from the charge of Another child killed by the use of Mrs Mlaerva T McDonald died in GENERAL LAND SURE5If Prof C P Williamson is at Stale stealing the Commercial Club Boyle county on the 13tb inst aged 75 opiates given in the form of KootbingÂ¬ City Taxes were due in May Lines retraced Special attontlwn syrup Why mothers givo their chilYour meeting Versailles A small boy of this place heard that years Her husbaud died on July 29 dren such a deadly poison is surprising This is warning to pay before the per to topographical maps farms and other lands Capt J A Higgins is out after a tube roses grow in pairs and after mature of its cent is added In Wiscocsin a man killed another when they can relieve the child Baby enee solicited with parties mjwBgwHfcs JOHN L BAXTER troubles by using Ackers deliberation wondered why they never months illness for not paying an account and a mob in surveys of lands in mooula City Collector 10 12 ootber It contains no Opium or grow in apples or peaches as well ties of Kentucky Miss Lyle of Danvilie is with the took the murderer out and hanged Morphine Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist JOfflee City Hall R The Lexington Press in describing a him Misses Letcher a 9- party says the table fairly groaned under Miss Oldham of Texas is with the Clarence Nichols was killed and five Tk A The new steam laundry is eqniped its weight of good things We imagine other men were Injured by Misses Bronston the ex Â¬ with every modern improvement and L ft lliIe Ji the readers of the Press fairly groaned plosion of a boiler near Big Ciifty wants to do your washing tf I have FIFTEEN HUNDRED TEN-Â¬ SMALL FARM FOR Misses Pearle of Harrodsburg is with when they read that original remark Ky yesterday NESSEE HHEEP for sale Can be the Misses Logan The new Steam Laundry Co have seen the 26 tb or at any time later un- Â¬ The number of defalcations is becoming Charles Miller the son of determined to put the price of work til sold six miles east of Richmond on We wish to sell privately Miss Lucy Simms of Paris is at Hon alarming If we do not presently send M M Miller of Irvine has been ex- Â¬ down so low that everybody can afford the Speedwell pike good blue grass land in M Curtis F Burnams missionaries into the States of Ohio New 10 11 H H COLYER ty on Four Mile road aad amined and awarded a certificate to to have their work done there as cheap- Â¬ Miss Johnson of Mt Sterling is with York Minnesota Iowa and Dakota no- Â¬ teach a public school Otter creek pike mile from Hmt JfLBSSSnBvvwEI ly as elsewhere Special rates given bodys property up there will be safe Miss Mamie Baldwin NEW COTTAGE OF 4 Ri tf Six men and one womau wero killed on family washing Bourbon News 0 Miss Watts of Louisiana is visiting her at Richmond Texas Saturday in a If you want to buy a sulky surrey kitchen and porch Smoke It is reported at Winchester that Judge street fight between uncle W W Watts other houses Good well at the Jaybirds buggy or carriage call on Donelsun flKT Richards of the Louisville Southern springs for stock Young oiehnwi The Misses Heacox of Lexington vis- Â¬ provoked the duel between Williamson and Woodpeckers two political fac- Â¬ for he has the latest best and cheapest From the place of Mr Charles Doty choice fruits tious ited Miss Hart last week 6- on the Rig Hill pike on the night of and Calhoun at Atlanta thinking that P LRVEHfcr J August 16th More business is done at Georgetown 8- Ford Prof N H Smith of Cynthiana was probably Calhoun would get killed and The Steam Laundry has Lexington excepted than at any sta-Â¬ then he couldnt build the L C V hep last week on business tion on the Cincinnati Southern road been completed and will do We give the subjoined item precisely between Miss Johnson of Frankfort was with Cincinnati and Chattanooga your work at Uie lowest with a white spot on left hind foot and as it appears in the Devils Lake Inter brown colt A liberal reward will be the Misses Smith last week Times Pilpe Ocean The bracing air of Dakota tf paid for recovery and return of snins to Ex Senator George W Denney of AB SHEARER A Hungarian woman with her two is remarkable Miss Wirtz of Illinois Insure your property iuone ofOH Brookatown Ky 0NM0NDAYSEFT2MDr Lancaster was here Monday It while on the lake shore the other day children arrived in New York Friday Powells Ten Companies 7 32 Miss Ward of Cynthiana was with winged a sea gull af first shot It was to join her husband not having heard at Z oeloek P M I will sell hrgtiOH Mdoer INDIES before that be had perished la the KeedlBg the Misses Chenault last week 1 her first experience in discharging a firea tonic or children that irant bending for Johnstown flood up should take 35HbLUrMep arm WLWWm Mrs P B Dudley of Winchester vis Â¬ BltOWKS 1HOIS BITTERS of stock in the FtarNalfcmal BwflBsC It is pleasant to take carat Malaria Indiges Â¬ W T Woodford died iu Bourbon ited Mrs C T Fox last week The man with the live living mer Â¬ tion and Biliousness All dealers keep it Iltebmond an tees sofct privately vmwf county aged 72 years O P Shropshire HUB ItOFlA- Col Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg passed maid was a live living man and scooped t Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all county aged 70 years and in the sheckels but we dont believe the died in Scott The exercises of Mrs Formans Se- Â¬ Kan also iiesire to sell privaieiT aBf ifv through the city last Wednesday farm or 2U7 aches sKoato thing on exhibition was a mermaid or a Mrs Eliza Pickering in Mason couuty prices from the plainest to the finest at lect School for Girls will open 45- Mrs L G Barbour went last week to housemaid or eveit an old maid It was aged 85 years Brookatown j idHHt1 Breck Phelps MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 89 LUTY A BAX1SUM 8 11 Lexington Mo to visit relatives plain common ordinary every day a During the week just closed ocean HERE IS MORE MUSIC n the same building in which they made out of an ugly married steamers landed at New York 3800 Miss Mary Chenault of Lexington is were condjinted last year artificial fish tail H wotnanjand an Streng still furnishes the guest of Mrs Samuel Bennett cabin and 5451 steerage passengers MISS BESSIE BARBOUR a grad A German who recently settled in The figures for the same week in 1SSS These are the additional uateof Central University and a stu- Â¬ Mits Julia Prewitt of Clark county dent at Bryn Mawr College during the spent last week with Mrs John D Har Â¬ Lincoa county encountered a nest of were 2273 and 5860 notes past year has been eogaged as aeeist bumble bees He had never seen a bee ris Fully two hundred men are at work Having takes a thorough course ia before and wishes now he had never felt on the streets of Georgetown digging Best French Sateens 25c ant KiDiiargarfeu- Mitt Adams at Mrs C M Clay Jr of Bourbon vis MISS MATTIE them behind To add interest to the trenches for the water works laying Handsome ukallies 5c f teen engaged to giveBRONSTON iu has LexiagtoBrpWiwiM parents at Blythewood last visited her Instruction tb incident he rushed his head into a thorn pavements bulldiDg Inundations for week Good Dreg Gisfhtms 74c p Prang system or C4ay odlhiB ird Q bush and like the man in our town who now houses hauling brick stone irree Uud DrawiBg tHMM msik MisS Cosbyof Louisville came up was wondrous wise came near scratch- Â¬ graVel Handsene Hanritftag c Georgetown Times 25c OQQdM lasFwcek to see her uncle Hon W T ing out both his eyes A G Sargent was shot and killed by Ladies Tevis tf4at vhn We have beets thinking for two or three Sherman Price at a ijlcnlo In- - West PM JMIM 3ms rirESnV mtA musfe Misnes Tudor W Hines Wigers and weeks that wc had received by mail a Vrginiaand in the general melee that SRO wvrrr c 18 T Kev Harry Henderson ot Versailles will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church Mrer Turner of Richmond widow of was here this place at 1 1 oclock Sunday morning the late Eldi Harrison CAUTION TO MOTHERS 2 23 - B 2 Every mother Is cautioned against giving her child laudanum or pare- Â¬ goric it creates an unnatural eraviag for stimulants wlileh kills the mind of the ohild Ackers Baby Soother ia set is mm -- mm 2 Â¬ Â¬ - a r p Â¬ t Â¬ - J Farm Hair Srtmj mm i tie arti-fish-- urn m m am IPrivatelyIN PERFECT REP Â¬ wife-murd- WlDfri vf XaSSTTHRS I WJ J Tfy TAX NOTICE rJ t SESPts SHEEP FOR SALE -- WE- x- mmM STRAYED r STOLES ff BT BankStockforSs iilfl lk IM dirk S-cr3a-f- ry g jirB ---- -- H SK it J KINMSARTEI safr OiiSSP II HI -- K3P J- 23- - W street r yjr ttI V sr7 r1 EkGa iJVtffar- PHE mm A IX ui TEXAS mwjtjqpsig - KiHIlM I BLUE CEHML Not far from Chdrlio Vivians grave In Leadvillea cemetoryi began tho GRASS ROUTE old actoiS is tho earthly tenement of another man whose reputation was world wide A rough pine slab upon Sh rcfct k QoicLest Route from Cen- Â¬ which are inscribed tho slmplo words tal krmacL to AM Iomte North marks tho spot John Omahundra Eaa West and South wet whore tho once famous Texas Jack is Interred Whon tho pneumonia scourgo FAST LINE BETWEEN carried him nway he Was the dime aovol ideal Of 1 frontiorsmam Tall and muscular with long raven hair and mustache and features ot Grecian SWuU in ERVet May 12th 1SS3 beauty twas no wondor that the first time Morlacchi mot him she lovod him No S Xo I N 4SOUTH UOUJJD KX34HI JJaMjMorlacchi was a Parisian danseuse who came to this country with ono of tho I tiicitaiuUt atiaatal French opera companies She saw KJSP J La a Ol lMrU 6aP ailSP Omahundra ono night in a Now Or Â¬ I f t alaitMitli 44 a 4pai Vliltaiataa OJ7 a leans cafo and a week later sho mar- Â¬ I hi iik 141a a Arr l HHIP I ried him She was a blaso woman of naoptaJ coo a rr xmgiaii P j7T i an J tho world h is life had boon spunt on 5 4J P I1W1 V mHtelrr 6ao pn Jlrt RjHlftMHMl tho plains Shd Was gifted with all Jk i i jo pa r3 P the graces ultra refinement could bo Art 4 aapa 4 3 Ai aj Hiftrl Tills i neer varies A marvel of stow ho was a beautiful brute J pwttr owdr h and wliol aimeiir JIarc c ut iuot1 irn The quoorly assorted couple drifted pruimnUa Hl iiian he oriiuary kindK m d os pa Arr berea niuwK be Mild in r in net Hon vl h Hie mtil TIIC44H Arr Mor into Leadvillo with tile TUshi UtiHleK ot kiar le Slior welelil rlnin nnd ptHwntHH- nljlacchis talent was in demand Sho mn Sd- H6 A- all Mrret HYAl KAK1N6 PoWDEEIXidanced divinely and the princely xomru nomm att jr Xe V J a salary sho received frdm tho manage tfcao aaj ment ofi tho Grand Central The later 1 we Uvinacataau l 1 i c law tajs aai was only an insignifirniit portldn of a at OFFERED Arr Ki4minil 1C45 tha emoluments showered upon her J fja aaj latii a 1 wa IjuteaaJcr l H ha WW 7 0 aai Golden coins were flung upon tho stago Incurable Arr Harttaaim 945 aaj lor anHead bythecase of Catarrh every time she graced it Meantimo proprietors or la the j4C Kicsaaajtaia ao pai 6cio aai aa Afr ta itaffaaaaej her beloved husband drank and gam- Â¬ kjo DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY - - 4 to fai 715 a an Arr Wan f 7 4S a bled with the many kindred spirits he Headache Symptom of Catarrh falling Into o m I a xvttpai 45 P found in the new camp Tho woman obstrueuoo of nose discharges P rsj IaaPari 4 4S pai A 4 YMIakMM danced and made monoyi and tho man ttjaa 46so7pm throat sonjctimes prorusc watery and acrid IWaaataWi pai ati am 00 pai at others thick tenacious raucous purulent Iaa Oaviitglaai ja eyes weak ringing in cars spent her earnings in tho wildost sort e- - 15 pai AWT mjjib 7 ao pat broody and putrid of clearing throat expecto- Â¬ deafness difficulty Arr 1trtnal ftn pai jatts a at of dissipation She neVer Complained ration of offensire matter breath offensive EaeA and taste Impaired and general debility of his conddot Stories of his marital MAYSVIILE BRANCH Only a few of these symptoms likily to be prwu infidelity reached ears her 1 eat at ooce Thousands of cases result in con sumption and end in the grave Unity Iknliy MHCnt MUVXi but she dismissed tho gossips beaHng properties Uy its mild soothing and Kcbtiu Ex buu Dr Sages Hemedy cures the worst cases 50c with a shrug of hor shapely Jaa4aaMBalllial 135pm shouldors and a snap of her fingers The Original Pouf sho would say zo enfant enjoy lriaaawwi no a a 4s 50 p m zxrru pm aaao am 4 Parla heemself why notr Yet to him she o cxvt I turn Dn i o pm 17 aa Arr MIUaratMrra raurffVm A - ffcrlMe LIU was true as steeL Porhaps her lovo 151 a a t 3r pu JiltMaw 013 aa 71pm QViS w A Uarmltu was mingled with fear for hor spouse c OOi par Moyarllaw - wij aa 10 UrequaledasaIlvcrPlII Smallestcbeap had a playful habit of publioly pro- Â¬ 4J K One Pellet a Dona est easiest to take claiming his intention to commit a Dally ItaiM CureSIcklleadaclienillouallrndarbc Eat itt Ex K4111 Dizziness Constipation Indirection double crime if his wife Ihotild ever Bilious Attacks and all derangemcnU of forget hof vows And so ho drank Laaa aaitTirtlie - 51s a an 1 IO p Rl the Etomach and bowels S5 cts by arugglsta lafcanmii 557 a aa z 32 p m M and gambled and blustered until King 643 a ai V14 P - CmrMnlc aHUtcnaira 3 jS pm Pnoumonia cut him down and hurried ns pm r-Arr Pamrta 405 him away from tho world in which ho 6 35 a aa 6 30 pm ajeaJnnlaii - n Hul pm 135 aai 6 j5 p m was loss useful than ornamental ancaaaaaai 1045 aaa 6 4t IPADFIELD3 Morlacchi was with him when ho died i No 43 tanii Iesipagtnn lit iia m ArUtett and remained with tho corpse until It IaaMUaa aa KmpW HaiKlay was buried with all tho tinsel honors THAIX XVTHK N S raam oily between t J ruHhcluilj aVKiatXIon at tvaetunaf her professional associates could be Â¬ Wetmweti ctacttwnl anat Ixiht4oi stow Yet not a tear did she shed Noa2aiMl makenMiiac iMHat Winches Â¬ ter tor Baattiam the X X A It V Ky quainted with tho stream will ask She silently stolo away from tho city Wa 4 alT4M Uala oHiiacta Kt Lrxliieton How many miles are we from Bob in which tho last act of hor life ro-Â¬ IMfOKTAXT Train- - rf I hi- - Urn- - itw ar In order to ascertain their whereÂ¬ mance was played and in a quiet Ver- Â¬ siTralaiatt ttfarl frm tl- - teiitral Union niaakiUKevHi uniicii- SUUtox Ctucliaiaat abouts mont village shut herself Up with hor laraUaan for all paxntK Xatrtli hjtt alxl WokL rn 1 f The log Upon which he lies has bo memories until death claimed hdr of iaKC2 cjuriPr of TlMMah Ttekt mM aaxl KmteiMce C1i4cbd QrCQf he nonrla come known as Bobs log and Btime about a year ago 10 amy potait raaaHiit b a rallnwul Omaha Herald ia 1 Ti l donofr vJIf i W0me Far Hill maitlcajtiiiaajiMrwji oreallnn any facotious passongers have mado up MSemtaf tsW CViaamin wr ONE DRUGGISTS IDEA petitions to have a postoflico establish- Â¬ W U m OX K H RAOOX fJrLDHL0ULfllOrU StihT ed there and Bob appointed as post 116 Tav raV Aa Tiav lVtHY Ant JiTIuANVA CA caOrattiui Thinks That Nrrroes Are Harder to Ix xiMSlni Ky Cincinnati O master giving him as a surnamo that Kill Than White People S K K MOK K IrtHl faax AKt tlHclllllHtl 8 11 of tho man after whom tho creek was An Indianapolis druggist says that 11 K HIJXTIXCJTOX V lreK Uea Mnr called Several petitions it is stid V C AKK Act h heavier dose of medicine is required Richmond Ky raBa have been prepared but so far ob by colored people to produco results BuiW OfucmlUiTivsitaaTnlMrnrCominerre iiKliiriuiinti I heard from none have been presented than is required for whitos and ho to the department but if Bobs Land Â¬ cites two instances A colored man Original Designs ing Bob Dunn postmaster is ever brought him a proscription calling for put in tho -- Postal Guide it can be Fowlers solution of arsenic five drops -- OF ARTISTI- Cknown that no one lives there and the to a dose Tho druggist warned his postmaster is a huge gator customer of the dangerous character of jaa3 HIatiH aaHA 7 TJ af Bobs homo is the half way point beÂ¬ tho medicineand advised him to be par- Â¬ tween Crescent lake and St Johns ticularly cautious Tho patient snorted river and visitors to Florida should out his contempt for littlo doses and not fail to seo him Captain Bright withdrew Tho ri6xt day ho Cdffi states that if they otfer run short of plained that tho mcdlclno was no ammunition thoy will catch Bob and count and ho told tho druggist ho take tho bullets out of his back where took much as a spoonful at a time enough to stock a small store must be and It only made him littlo sick at Imbedded Bob is not a myth He the stomach can bo seen by any passenger who will Ono day the druggist prepared a MILES SHORTEST go up Dunns croek and hundreds of bottle Of corrosive sublimate as bed- Â¬ tourists will testify as to his existence bug poison for a boarding house keop and characteristics Cor St Louis or This keeper had in her employ a Globe Democrat colored domestic who was continually tasting things and who had an over- Â¬ BimVEKN THE COFFIN TRUST powering passion for spirits of all Ono of the Oldest and Mott Autocratic ot kinds The bottle was plainly marked American Combination Of poison but it fell into tho hands of Tho coffin trust Is one of the1 oldest this domestic it smelt spiritous and of the obnoxious combinations of enp sho swallowed a mouthful but didnt TIME 27 HOURS italista for the advancement of prices tasto Her mistress discov- Â¬ in their wares and is also ono of tho like tho strongest In fact every attempt dur Â¬ ered the fact a few minutes after sho day coaches ing tho past fiyeres to get into tho had taken it but tho domestic was not alarmed and sho fairly had to bo business without first knuckling down driven to the drug store to get an anti- Â¬ to the trust has proven a failure Tho dote The druggist was appalled tho un Through Without Change only undertaker in Chicago who has idea of tho girl walking around and succeeded in continuing in the busi- Â¬ taking things so coolly paralyzed him ness without paying tribute to tho 110 MILES THE SHORTEST and ho gave her a mixture of mustard trust is one who does his own manu Â¬ and sent her back home with orders 7 IIOUIIS TIIK QUICKKST Workmanship facturing and finishing When the to call a physician at once HKTWKBN trust was first formed It consisted only She novor did call a doctor tho AKD Cincinnati Jackscnville Florida of a combination of firms manufactur- Â¬ mustard must have dono its porfcot ing and dealing in the bent woo J work for TIME 2S HOURS L0W2ST 00NSIST5H PSICSS the girl was running around The Only Liue Running Tlirojjgh only used in manufacturing coflluE the next day tho samo as over al- Â¬ Year after year the trust has Sk elrtHK Chr Cim iliiiHli to Jat-k- Me ltve tit jBrRtjt trade JH Central though complaining of soro throat and been gradually onlargod fconvilli KttHN4k HH4l KUTHHtee Wali fapUiHi WHliiut Clmiigc until an inflamed stomach Indianapolis it now includes the hardware News S Write r rietw ihJ iitforniH cloth metallc and In fact every thing tKiM brinre ordering any Rtjleof work and tho manufacturers refuse to sell POINTS IN ETIQUETTE WM ADAMS 4fc BOX Importers any unfinished coffins The combina 46 A Society Kdltor Seta at Rest the Doobtt KKOM JUNCTION CITY TO Lexinotox Kv tion Is now so strong that any firm at- Â¬ of Various Toune Ladle tempting to engage in tho bushiest CUA1TANOOGA Lizzie No it is not proper for you without first depositing a forfeit and to stop before a jowolers window BIRMINGHAM signing the iron dad agreement of the whon walking with a young man and MEISIDIAK trust is at once boycotted and manu- Â¬ point out a ring or a bracelet you JACKSON facturers of the various articles used would dearly lovo to have A7IUKSIJlJIta in making and finishing a coffin an Maggie No it ia not customary in MOBILK prommted from selling goods to tho this country for young ladies to kiss Outside firm on pain of being Close Connection Made at New Or- Â¬ in tho boycott From year inoludetl their gentlemen escorts at tho gate to year at but if as you say you have always leans a Itli Southern Pacific tho annual meeting of tho trust tho been accustomed to doing so nnd tho and Tess Paclttc fcir price of the various articles gentleman enjoy Texas Mexico California beon increased until at thoused hail ityou may really seemed to doing present as woll continuo time a coffin when completed costs so 12 Hour Qnieker Urni sny other Line fifty per cent more than it did oight Miss St Louis No it is not consid- Â¬ Direct CnimeolriHi Mude Hltreveport years ago and there seems to bo no ered propor to pour your coffee into remedy for the evil At least a num Â¬ your saucer and blow it before drink Â¬ Willi JVxbs hiiiI Pacific Ity uillruMt Traiiefer ber of the undertakers in Chicago who ing and you should not use your knife Nothern Tesas Hezico California were talked with by a reporter claim in eating mashed potato No it is not this to bo a fact One of them saidi customary to call gravy sop even -- ie Toimlar IJaa between and tho West If I should buy a single article man though it is so called in your city ClaciHDati ufactured outside of the trust and the Miss Chicago Spare ribs and pio Itate Mattfa nddres fact became known tho trust would in aro not usually served at aftornoon ct 1 ana WIANK W WOO LEY Trav Pan AkL Ky tho future refuse to sell mo any goods teas in the East but one is allowed the Experiences of the past have proven largest liberty of opinion as to what TW U Tntaj ETI TEBaXXD KHitU Clurt orCS BARRETr Trav Pass Agt Cliattauooga Term so conclusively that the trust has shall be served at her own table and PBjlmmaSptnT Cera and Eletrant Ho cUsatKK CLavir Ctra on iJIjiht Train every thing so completely in its own if you wish to offer your guests tho Xoasalfieeat Parlor Car a on Day Train J C Gault D O Edwards hands it vouldnt be safe for mo to in- Â¬ delicacies named yon can do so GenI M Gen Pass Afit cur its displeasure by Miss Maudo Dakota Wishes to encouraging a Cincinnati O BETwrtii now outside enterprise Not long ago know if it is proper to use such terms a company was organized In Indiana a3 rattled and I snould smirk to twit- Â¬ to go into the coffin manufacturing ter Balhrar BIr roar no flies on me and tumble to Taauolla Um aad buslnoss and a member of tho firm your racket in good society No t Sleniap Cars- - Pltn TlmrKrl m New ftra CTan Coat Second- came to Chicago to look over tho field Miss Maude slang phrases aro never H run thronrh and BrKF c They agreed to furnish coffins nearly propor under any circumstance and it ai it iii c befttween Cancumati and Sulault fifty per cent cheaper than wo are at almost paralyses us to have you ask Element Reclining Chair Cars present paying for them but failed to such a question Should you make amrixj get sufficient encouragemont 4o go on use of such terms in our cultured East CmcigMiatiand HI with the enterprise as every ono ap Â¬ you would find yourself in the soup TORNADO f I St T C rad T B A y Kaortiaaa peared afraid to deal with thom and quicker than you could say Jack Rob Â¬ Commodious Reclining Chair Cars the enterprise was abandoned Wei inson Time PgTWgaTW hear a good deal about the Whisky Seven Splendid Companies aaJ Ejchi kra PreiiIilt Trust and other combinations but Gladstone on Washington Via BZIELOX none of them aro av strong and arbi- Â¬ 1 KtUtCteA T P A W It Bag When I first read in detail tho Lifo North America - Philadelphia trary as the Coffin Trust Chicago 1 1 rttraan St J li ud Troria cloaa aad of Washington I was profoundly imÂ¬ -naf oectloai are aide with all Uaea te bpnngtleiUj Massachusetts Globe pressed with tho moral elevation and t a thg rthnut Ttt aad SobUiwmU Gennmiia - -- - New York A Double Shotted Conundrum greatness of his character and I found Ita - JCMiaSdasctaetitUxttrriEdfairiUU -CounecUcut II art ford myeolf at a loss to name among tho alnritarnedat ar Ticket OficeCI Bromley whose pate is rather bald Statesmen of any age or country many lire t all C IWaUo via aaaa hoot Ihe Coupon Ticket Niagara - - -- - New York 4ffeea ihrowg coaatrr - - Cincinnati was at tho mirror in the eonlurnl or possibly any who could be his Amazon lOHI ECAN LeairusasdTttAstBt Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia dressing room brushing tho locks at rival In saying this I mean no dis Â¬ 3ScnryxxnQ his temples with a hair brush that had paragement to the class of politicians tittle hair in it Mrs Bromley was the men of my own craft aad cloth AOBSTS 1TASTFD ROCK BOTTOM KATES FU THE BOOK watching him from a sofa near by whom in my own land and my own ex Â¬ Office at Farmers National Bank Now Bromley has a weakness for perience I havo found no less wanting conundrums and so he facetiously than othor men of lovo and of admira- Â¬ Call and see us before plnoing asked tion I name among those who seom Mrs Bromley why is this brush to mo to come near even to him But your insurance like my head I will shut out tho last half century O- KBURNAJI Ho expected her to say HUME Because it from the comparison I will then Bay N B Milling property and is sadly in need of hair and he would that if among all tho pedestals sup Â¬ The Tjsstand moa complete fclstCTT of have accepted that solution with com- Â¬ plied by history for public char- Â¬ the Great Flood 1uMiUaed in KngKsh country stores a Epccially mendable patience but unfortunately acters of extraordinary nobility nnd 32 31 and German Conlamt over 500 Pget tho- conundrum like the hair brush purity I saw ono higher than all the 60 aWaMrBio and rcUtt lor tro had another side to it for she prompt- - rest and if I were required at a mo- Â¬ fa21 silt tlalias Agent 3saztfcl ly replied vsorlqferaitir other Flood booik sfcouJd ments notice to name the fittest occu-Â¬ Because it Is nearly all wood 8a4 24 Mats la staaps for ctr outfit pant for it I think my ohoice at any tlig oneyou Time and tee1 w aapcriar time during the last forty five years arc jetMng Mott liberal terms allowed TWO NICE COrmGfES of four Daring the paettwesty yeacs there- - would havo lighted and it would now r0XSH33 ICrVffiTTK rooms eeii Apply te -- mo tuxjn gxHciea ta laaucjtea jSHUM light upon Washington From Glad 3- CJatUtnati Ofrfo J POWELL i azo ib atvoreea ttosea Lettec to G W Smalley U Noted alligUtoi JACKS GRAVE CURRENT fiUrERSTITIONS Cow Â¬ piTTT AND POINT- - HOME AND FARM HjW H H bB f fi flaaH Lexington Cincinnati H Je -- ttilir 51 Absolutely Pure -1 1 xaj4 ioutr b 1 elai S5S0 rP vsxm vces as caXiuo -- V fEAULATORf Vv ttather Enjoys Itelns Sbot at and It Always on II and liob of Dunns creek Is tho best known to river- - mon and tourists of any alligator in Florida He la boo of the largest saurians in tho 6tate beib fourteen feet six inches in length while the largest alligator on the St itohns river of which any reliable ac-Â¬ count can bo had is but sixteen feet in length Dunns creek Bobs home Is one of tho most beautifnl of llorlda streams It is twenty two miles In length nnd it is vory deep being luo outlet from Crescent lake into Bl Johns river It is a very crooked btream and is so narrow that in places tho boat will scrape the banks It Is lined with evorgreons which meet overhead forming a leafy towor that is delightful to tho lover of tho picturesque The windings aro very abrupt at times and the navigation is exceedingly difficult The shjarflor Georgia Captain Bright coamaildlngi is tho only boat now plying in its waters In one of the shortest of tho many bends in Dunns ofeok Bod has had his homo for many yearst always lying on the same log and so closes to tho log passengers that he can reach him with an oar Alligators usually become fright- Â¬ ened and roll off from tho logs into tho water at the approach of boat but Bob is used to it and apÂ¬ pears to wait for the boat to oomc Every day for ten years -- he has beon seen on the same log and as the boat approaches lie slightly turns his acad as though he were waiting for tho passengers to begin to shoot at himt which they invariably do After ho is tired of this amusement he dives into the water to again reappear t hdn the boat returns He has been Bhot every day during tho last decade but ho never tirea of it nnd no one has ever succeeded in hitting him in a vulnerable place He seems to under Â¬ stand that he is there to act as a tar Â¬ get for the marksmen and throws his throat close against the log and turns his head so that the bullets cannot strike his eyes ne then knows that he is rafe The lop on which Bbb suns himself has been moasured a nunber of times and his length is thoreforo well known During the ton years since he first began to become famous he has grown two feet Captain Bright stated that ho bo lieved the jiilot would migs his loca- Â¬ tion If Bob was to die Ho is a certain landmark and passogors who are ac-Â¬ XJMt Itei Unc boy tltuband of SIorlaccbL riae of the Ilandtoma information Obtained freia Old Women In fconntrlea Near and Far The funeral procession must not cross a river The last name n dying person calls is the next to follow A dish cloth hung on a door knob is a sign of death in a family The corpse must not pass twlco over any part of the samo road To dance on tho ground indicates disaster or death within a year WhodVer works On n slok persons dress he or Bhe will die within a yean If a hoe be carried through a house somoone will die before tho year is Â¬ In tt liarc ffe WdTrcT01 aamaaaaMjaaaaaaaaaaaaa Hew and MONUMJENTS In Granite and Marble rtj l- a tt K HE 8 Hours the Quickest exiiretiaixhcars jjajcjae and sleepers Firsl Cliss -- thje shout line fr ifi OHICAG Indianapolis Â¬ tFor O sr Cincinnati ialkCI6tUf St Louis Sir faee INSURANCE Peoria FIRE LIGHTNING and feHK t St-I-- -- -- HORROR Hub tT03S2rSI7073Kr VALLEY OF DEATH - FOB KENT a To got rid rf plant lice take com Â¬ If thirteen sit at a table tho ono who mon tobacco Briuff sprinkle well oVef rises first will not live through tho the parts affected lot it remain on year fow minutes thon hold a paper tinder Tho person on whom tho eyos of and gently rap or shako tho branchesdying person last rest will bo tho first then wash tho plant in warm water to die As soon as a sufficiency of green Whoever counts thd carriages at a food can bo provided cut down the funeral will did Within thd passing gralnration of tho hens By so doing year they will keep in better health and lay To break a looking glass is a sign of a larger riumber of eggs As a rulo death in tho family before tho year too much grain is fed to poultry blososi Simmering at 160 dog Is pro If three persons look at tho samd nounced more offectivo in all ordinary iimo into a mirror ono will dio within Blount cooking than violent boiling at 212 tho yoan Duty Ought never to watt On feoU dog Much heat is wasted in raising Tho clock Should bo stopped at tho ought time of death aa its running will bring ing but feeling Ought always to wait water to needlessly high temperature OQ duty novor td pivot in cooking Chicken for instance will A man ill luck is unlucky in a funoral for thoso his duty on his feelings but oVory cook muHli batter in an hour of slow It presont to repass tho house Whore death man ought to conform his feollngs to simmering than id art hour ot violent tho demands of duty S S Times boiling has occurred Many confess that thoy aro proud Tho American Agriculturist in ari Â¬ If ono dies and no rigor mortis en sues it indicates a speedy second death torrid will oven Confess that thov are exhaustive articlo on tho cultivation vain some will sigh frankly oVdt1 their of oats says the reasons why tho aver in thd family If a hearse Is drawn by two whlto passionate tempore and others will ago yield of oats ie so low aro weeds horses death in tho neighborhood will admit that they aro Of careless dis Â¬ wot and undralned land etarvatloti positions Bilt wlio tells whd fcdn poor tilth arid late sowing and adds Occur in a month fosses how mean she Is or hotf elyi oV A vory largo proportion of orir land If rain falls on a now mado gravo is so wet in th9 spring for want of uri there will be another death in tho fam- Â¬ how envious Jean Ingolow What maintains ono vico would derdralnlng that It is not in a fit con- Â¬ ily within tho year You may dition to plow until it is too lata to sow If tho gravo is left open over Sunday bring up two children another death will occur before tho think that a little tea or a littlo ptirfca oats with any reasonable expectation now and then diet a littlo more cost- Â¬ of getting a largo yiold Sunday following To keep tho corpso in tho houso over ly clothes perhaps a little finer and a Corned Beef Soup Lot seven Sunday will bring death in tho family littlo entertainment now and then can pounds of cheapest cut of Corned beef bono matter but remember many a bo soaked and par boiled so as to tG beforo tho year Is out It 1b unlucky to pass through a mlcklo makes a muoklo and further move the surplus salt then simmer funeral either between tho carriages bowaro of littlo expanses a small leak slowly threo hours Lot tho liquor will sink a large ship Franklin Br tho files of mdurfiers on fo0t4 stand until all tho fat rises Skim off Any body can soil the reputation the fat Add a quart of tomatoestwo If rain falls into an open grave an- Â¬ other burial in tho comotory will occur of an individual howorer pure and carrots two small whito turnips two chaste by uttering a suspicion ih l ills onions and four largo potatoes all within three days At a f uneral entering a church before enemies will believe and his friends pared tiud sliced thin Lot simmer tho mourners means death to some of novor hear of a puff of the idle wind ono hour Strain dd serrg tbo soup can shake a million seeds from tho hot resorvlng tho cooked vegirttibleS tho entering party To put on a bonnet or hat of ono in thistle nnd do a world of mischief for a salad mourning is tho sign that you will wear which tha husbandsman must labor To restore tho color of flannels long to undo Such aro tho seeds of which are apparently ruined by bad One bofore the year is out If any ono comes to a funoral nfter the slanderer so Oastly sown so diff- Â¬ treatment make a solution of ono and tho procession starts another death will icult to gather up and bo pernicious in a half pounds of whito soap and two thoir fruit occur In tho same houso thirds of an ounco of spirit of am- Â¬ No man can maintain himself in a monia dissolved in twelve gallons of Ih Switzerland if a grave Is left open pdsitldd of gttat prominence suddenly soft over Sunday it is said that within four1 water By dipping tho flannels in thrust upon him unless by instinct and this and wotting them thoroughly in weeks ono of tho village will die If during sicknoss a pair of shears education he has beonpropared for tho tho solution a beautiful and lasting bo dropped In such a manner that tho responsibilities of tho place Nor can whiteness will be imparted to them point sticks into tho floor it indicates a man bear the strain of temptation in no matter how yellow they Were pre- Â¬ such circumstances and in a position vious to their immersion After being the death df thd sick porsorh When a wdinan who has been sew- Â¬ df trlist fldd Confidence unless his ton woll stirred round for a short timo ing puts her thimblo on tho table as scionco has been educated and his take tho articles out dad wash well in sho sits down to oat it is a sign that sense ot responsibility to others has clean soft water sho will be left a widow if sho marries become a rulo of action in his daily One of tho healthiest vegiitoblosy A common saying in England is lire Onco a Weok If not the healthiest ono grown Is the Happy is tho corpse the rain falls oiiidri yet HINTS TO MOTHERS trange to say- - but fow on This belief exists also in tho liberally as they should Some Useful Succeitloiis About the Care people uso it as United States Thus it Is said that if Boiled onions used frequently ir a fam- Â¬ and Training of Children rain falls at tho time of tho funeral it All children possscs imagination in ily of children will ward off many of Is a sign that tho dead has gone to a greater or less degree and in tho the diseases to which the little ones Heaven Chicago Mall management of tho nursery this faculty are subject Tho principal objection THE SAVAGE WOLVERINE may bo ranked among tho important to tho promiscuous uso of this vege Â¬ odes In trifling matters where no real table is that the odor exhaled after An Animal Which Is a ComparaUro principle Is involved 1 always d insider oatlng i so offensive A cup of strong Stranger to Mojt People Fow Washington people know what tho easiest way is tho best way as for 1 cofTed taken immediately after eating is claimed to bo excolent in counter ld a wolverine is They know that Michi- Â¬ instance this morning when my girl took it into hdr Head not acting this effect Although for a day gan is called the Wolverine State and that Michigan people aro called Wol- Â¬ to bo dressed as usual and curling hor Or so after eating onions tho breath may havo a dlsagrncablo odor yet verines But they havo littlo or no tiny pink toes boneath her gown de- Â¬ idea why tho Statd was so named or clared mischievously she wouldnt after this timo it will bo much sweeter than boforo have any tockins on at all what the nicknamo means For a mihuto I was nonplussed Baby The State is named after an animal STUFFING LIVE HENS that used to Infest and still frequonts had not been well for several ddjs arid the dense woods in tho northern part was just in tho humor to rebel vigor- Â¬ A Process by Whlclt Any Fiaror Stay Be PaÂ¬ of tho State as well as in tho woods of ously against inforccd obedience Imparted to FonTs Slettti Northern Wisconsin and Canada This pa was in tho sound morning sleep The curious and envious competitors that befits a night worker a cry of a Massachusetts avenuo produco animal is the wolverine or as the va- Â¬ rieties of him found in northern Euro- Â¬ must be avoided if possible so as a dealer may now turn In and advertiso pean countries aro called the glutton thought struck me 1 held tho small that they have tho fattest and most de- Â¬ Thoy aro savage beasts thoso wolver- Â¬ stocking Invitingly open and said licious poultry that tho American mar- Â¬ ines are and thoy play sad havoc with pleasantly Tho naughty littlo foot ket affords They have discovered tho tho cattle of tho Michigan farmers said it wouldnt go into this stocking secret which has heretofore enabled Thoy aro liko a cross between a wolf but tho stocking said Im going- - right their competitor to monopolize theso and bear Tho tail and tho temper re- Â¬ on that foot to keep It warm all day claims And so has tho reporter who semble thoso of a wolf but in strength and tho stocking went right on as has often remarked tho fat and over- Â¬ and size and savagenoss they much re suro enough it did while baby looked grown appcaranco of tho fowU which up with a laugh and the question semble a boar a very bad bear lazily strut In tho doalors sido yard or What other tockin say mamma Thoy aro loss clumsy than bears adorn tho frontispiece of his placo of though and thoy can climb trees and the difficulty was over though business each articlo of clothing had to sav Many a hunter has walked undor a treo Twice daily tho fowls aro driven into up in Michigan without looking for a I something as it was put in place a shed on tho premises From this Long ago I dovisod a somewhat sim wolverine in the treo first and tho they always emerge stuffed until their wolverine dropped down on him from i liar method for nail cutting and hair hides will hardly hold them Now a ono of tho lower limbs and beforo tho combing processes neither of which hen is much liko a monkey in that it next morning had him eaten up buck- Â¬ I give roe any trouble though some of has a false and true stomach A mon- Â¬ skin breeches and all even to the heels my more1 prosaic neighbors who do key will eat voraciously for hours fill- Â¬ of his hunting boots Thoy aro ugly I not boliovo in such things have a ing up a paunch in his neck At his looking Beasts the only pretty thing continual howl from beginning to end loisure ho draws from this sack and My oldest was about them boing thoir bushy tail a of tho operation masticates his food A hen will fill her foot or so long Their claws aro longer an only child for several years craw and when that is reasonably well very and delicate so dono she is satisfied one a and sharper than bears and their Monkeys never I in winter sho was housed a get enough to eat but a chicken will teeth just as sharp Altogether tho animal which tha good deal but I had scarcely any often leave a portion of its food un- Â¬ secretary fancies to start his zoolog- Â¬ j difficulty for imaginary playmates touched Tbo secret of fattening ical garden with is a very unpleasant visited us for woeks at a time assist- Â¬ chickens Is to induce thom to eat more sort of ono to see outside of a cage ed itrtho doll housokoeping slept and than they want This is not dono by They aro so savage and so wary and ate with her and gave her as much offering extra inducements in the way suspicious that it is almost impossible happiness as real ones could have done of superior viands It is dono scien- Â¬ to catch them alive and so thoy dont She was ntimld child disliking to go tifically by force have them in circuses and zoological into a dark room or upstairs alone so In the shed in question is a contriv-Â¬ gardens and most people dont know I mado use of the imagination that ance that might bo taken for an in- Â¬ whnt they are They aro bo savage caused tho fear to aid in conquering it fernal machine a patent ballot box or that hunters dont caro to hunt thom j fer Bhe would cheorfully go anywhere an automatic cornsheller But it is and so tho wolvorino has things about as long as tho pretended visitor ac none of these It is a chicken feeder his own way where ho lives Wash Â¬ companied hor A capricious appetite that refuses a An unsuspecting fowl is driven on a ington Critic plain slice of bread and butter will trap door Tho level floor folds up relish tho samo if cut into small squares and incloses her except at the top A MAKING FRENCH WINES not unlike a base ball mask and called caramels as I know from devico Amnslnc Story of the Alleged Falsifica- Â¬ oxperlenco and so in a thousand and swoops down and completes her im- Â¬ tion of Clarets in France i ono ways a mother can uso her childs prisonment An operator then comes Tho falsification of wines is onco imagination as a factor for good in its forward puts tho hen in a strait more becoming a burning subject in education and by ingonious devices jacket that stretches the gallinaceous Franco It is notorious that millions rely upon it to assist her in various neck and holds tho head erect mouth of bottles of tho vin rouge which is nursery dilemmas Cor Philadelphia open book pointed toward tho ceiling consumed at homo and sent abroad are Press Then a spring ot automatic action 13 guiltless of ono drop of the juice of touched It seta in motion a light meCONSOLABLE WIDOWS the grape Concerning this wholcsalo tallc arm acting as a lever Starting falsification of Bordeaux wines I A Bereaved Wife Who Was Only Too from a box overhead it descends to was told an amusing Btory this winter the open beak of tho fowl drops in a Thankful for Release- by a French- gentleman who was my Once I was with a friend of mine small quantity- of prepared food and traveling companion-- from Marseilles when the news ot her husbands death forces it down into the throat This to Paris He hod been operation is repeated until the hen Is Was brought to her Hero is the Btory A farmer in NorÂ¬ killed in a railway accident She was An apparatus may also chock full mandy seeing a wino advertised by a shocked by the news and tho dreadful be attached by which liquid food may firm in Bordeaux wrote for a couplo suddenness of it and turned so white bo put into ths bird Stuffing stupe- Â¬ of casks of it and forwarded tho that I thought she was going to faint fies a bird but It does not interfere money A fortnight afterward it ar- Â¬ 1 mado her sit down on a sofa that waa with the workings of its digestlvo ap Â¬ rived at tho station and ho sent his near and she whispered in my ear paratus carter to bring it homo The carter j Get them all out of the room Madge Birds fattened by the stuffing proc- Â¬ brought two casks but to tho farm- Â¬ I am so afraid thoy will see the joy in ess said the manager of this apÂ¬ ers astonishment only ono cask was my face that I feel in my heart Ha paratus mar actually be mado to full tha othor was empty An had been a brute to her and to his order We can vary the food so as to examination of tho cask showed children He used often to knock the produco the desired flavor Tho foods that it had not boon tampered with little ones down in his rages and are prepared to suit tho demands of and there was no trace of leakage though his wife never told me so I our patrons By fattening a bird In Evidently an empty cask had been sent fancy that he more than onco had laid ten days or less it is made very tccder by mistake Tho Jarmcr at onco wroto his hand upon hor by no means in the as all the new flesh is tho product of to the Bordeaux wino merchant to way of kindness rich clean food and is not toughened complain of the carelessness In duo Now was not that a releaso from by age or exercise couwo a reply was received whicli misery for her and hor children They Do you mean to say that yoa can was as follows Door Sir I am sorry aro happy as possible now and when control the question of tho quality of for tho mistake mado by my man but any one suggests a second xnarriago to tha blrde flesh you can easily rectify it If you will hor she smiles in a way that a few of Certainly that is toe glory of this fill tho empty cask with water and her frioads understand thoroughly We can impart a dafnty pork method leavo it for a fortnight you will find Leila our American friend Is great flavor mingle the extract of bustard the wino all right Tho ingredients on tho subject of widows I know with the delicious dream of quail on are at tho bottom of tho cask but my sho says that society expects wid Â¬ toast throw a touch of mint or celery man foolishly admitted to add tho ows to Bit on their husbands coffins into the meat or imitate the delica- Â¬ wator- - Waiting your further orders ducks and make every body uncomfortable cies of rood birds I am sir yours otc and society is just the first to turn and or frog hams Besides we can make My French friend assured mo that rend them for doing it Just you wait the meat black or whlto according as this was a fact The story becama till Im widow Pll bo a real smart we want to represent dolioato white public through tho Norman farmer deÂ¬ one This la tho sortof cap Ill wear1 ficsh or tho dark meats of wild fowL manding the return of his money and and sho sketches her own pretty head Of coarse prepared chicken Uke this tho wine mcrohant objecting tho caso with a cap about two inches square on is worth more in the pea green market cam beforo tho law courts After the top and a pair of weepers than tho ordinary barn yard chanti Â¬ this what price for tin ordinaire streaming on tho air behind There cleer Wo can also feed turkeys and Jf thats what thoy give political pris Bhaut I look nice Oh girlsl I wish ducks to good advantatjiv but we have eertt no wonder Boulosser ran away Id been bora a widow that I ioi httd the beet results with chickens--Iaiivao- h Gajrge B Sims U ImAox Kofwf Madge In Loadon Troth y Kaw three-year-oI I out A fool must now and then be right by chance Why not reverse tho ancient or der of things Let troublo go to pro- Â¬ test and borrow happiness onco in a way It takes genius to tell a good Ho that will stand the tost of investiga- Â¬ tion Any simpleton can tell thotruth Galveston News If ono would bo pungent he must be brief for it is with words as with sunbeams the more they are con densed the deeper they burn South 6rd Gayety Is to good humor as per- Â¬ fumes to vegetable fragrance tho ono overpowers weak spirits tho other recreates and revives them Dr S John- Â¬ son Tho power to hato truly what Is evil must bo involved in tho power to ioVe truly what is good and must in deed usually precede the growth of thd highest wind of lovo Nowmad There is a sweet pleasure In cori tcmplation nnd when a man hath run through a set ot vanities on the declen- Â¬ sion of his age he knows not whnt to do with himself if he can not think A wine glass of strong borax water Id rl pint of raw staroil will makd col- Â¬ lars and cuffs glossy Gum camphor is offensive to mice and wil keep them away from places where it is scattered about Geese wllT clear off tho purslalno from a field They are very fond of It and will oat It at any stage of growth Dried beef frizzled with a littlo milk thickened with corn starch and ecrved with a bordering of scrambled eggt around it is a quickly prepared and nourishing dish for a substantial THE 10 COMMAHDIENTS 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 tea 10 Think Carefully and buy from us Deqide Wisely The Best is the ChenposU Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until Yon Reach Oar Place 216 WMain Deal Honestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us Buy Frequently If You Would Please Tfe Sell Reasonably Ilas Ever Been Our Aim PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Roquefiti x Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultilimtely lea I to sticcese and and make us happy SHACKELFORDGENTRY DKALKIlS IK ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODEN WARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tool and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERINCr FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWs HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND I iV US T0U WILL FIND SHACKELFOEMGENTRY Richmond Kv July 10 1880 RODESDALI THE RODESDALT3 ADDITION IS NOW ON TUB MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE EL815 KEE50 APPLY lots Twenty Six Lots MO feet 1 Will be soli on follow ing terms Twenty Five Dollars easli balance fn ins merits of SL50 on Saturday of each week to be paiti to Dr W G White Rv re tary of the Hlchmoud B I Cerimrution who will receipt lor tlie nun 3 No interest will be charged on the purclia e money until after the expiration cr 14 months from date of sale I hereafter 6 per Cent will be clmrged on the r By Ibis method parties can buy ami a r r chase money remaining unpaid a good lot nt a small price oil easy term without interest and free t cit ta Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots ami pay fur without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be won much more ttixil it is now selliut at The city I rapidly extending in tlmt d rectiou and will ultimately absorb Rodesdalc Fur further information en v 011 W G Wjhtb E W WiaaiNS r Strpiibx D Pakkisii Richmond Kv 4S- - BRECK PHELPS Q Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWARE MADE TO ORDER Q The BEST Roofing and Guttering Doxe MATERIAL USED and none but GOOD WORKMEN EMPLOYED BARBED WIRE FOR FEIffCIlG Examine our stock and you will be pleased 30 20 1 Our Grand Clenrance Sale of Wall Paper vas a perfeclsuecess Because we had made up our mind to sell every roll of the lut seasons good no matter at what price they had to go Brown Btiuik went at o cents to Ihe finest Embossed Golds at IS cents They all went the last roll of them Consequently we have A D RUFF ri3-fiJM-c- I Wk OUQargrsT iiaaaBaai i3 rot W EC 3T Ugss llT55 iJrixrrr fcifsSTj jfiffny mmnjwTtn A IjJifciHLL 4gSa V a3attTI o Fl - loOluMsLBft BUT SIMPLY A TKEMENDOUS STOCK OF HTCBHUERJEVEUB DBaLHK is Special ItlEW GOODS from Ihe cheapest tn the finest hand Â¬ made goods in endless varieties anil at Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware etc attention given to Prices Lower Than Ever PKTTiHCT DIAMONDS heard of in this or any other city in Ihe AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Union and iememberj We Will Not Be Undersold by any in the laud prices REPAIRING Promptly dene and is a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold erally are Invited to inspect goods and Your obedient servant GEO HI The public gen Â¬ and Silver 32 31 Dont forget the place next door I Decorator in Paint and Paper to the Pnst ollice Xilcbinond Kv jan 4 W1LLGING lf SEW HOME air -- 52ND ANNUAL FAIR OF THE Bourbon Gomtj IV Airailtinl 3 4 5 6 7 fS Wcjr s PARIS Pvrr SOCIETY SEPT IS SELLING THE CELEBEATED JH-7-- First day free to ladles Misses and Boys under 10 years IuteresfloK each day Entries In pur nlose Alienist 21 For nfnrmHtiou ad dress the Secretary J W FERGOSON Pres 7 11 W A Parkek Secy r DSCO3200 S EWIHG i Please ISeacL 1 jgjp 52 51 alland Post Oil ee c travelers adapted for iiivalrd wbl invt costr S25 cJli Any see him next door to machine ol this type Rill picas lr3Vt order at theoffloe 13 Rwt street The Sinner Manufacturing 0roraQr with Iiaiii blltldiiiK a niaeliiH Attachment and Pai taWe epe aliy ee IG DOOO Covington Ariiotd Founds kept in took 40 P 8 It I sold only by order net -- J F rTOM J F POL TOTED buyJOOOOOTJogudaof Carpenters Work - J T sin nrocwrpil la da all feu 1 Bro want to Wool Will pay iCftrpenterA wntk m tln4 clw UitrulKlii at market price v TJfesejvlje H TYJUteBAXTER nave wool to sell win nuu it to ineir IWfce 48- interest to calu x il s