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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y x I 5- l TrTTS w ene 1 IF - f I lJ t vP f- a t5 I si1 - I 9 raYsr2Yv t- - I 1 J 1 11 1889 LAMP CHIMNEYS WIZARDS OF THE EAST VOLUME ATTORNBYiL I 1 III T JA IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 3I0XTHLY CROP REPORT WEDNESDAY Home- - SEPTEMBER ABOUT - NUMBER FULL OF FUN Feats of Anams Maglelans Whleh Throw Herrmann Into the Shade 13 ii DIKXAM 7 TOR XX K 1- -A Waltae AIBcft The extensive dealers in being dead The latler was by Happy Medium dnm Lady Jeulcins by Nebo Some Itemarks About Letters That Hove He inadhis record at St Louis Oct Xo Xamcs to AX0XYJI0CS LETTERS THE ZINGARI RACE of tho Mysterious Peoplo Who Wamler About the Earth thoro is a fascination about gypsy 1o wilnh la norhnna inm AnalnfrW felt now that thoso nomadic insurgents aro boing gradually slowly It may bo but surely absorbed by tho en- Â¬ vironing civilization The altered conditions of modern socioty mako thoir wandering lifo mora difficult their language Is invaded by gaujo elements mixed marriages attenuate tho strenth of Bomany blood and dotted ovor tho map of Europe thoro aro now littlo stationary colonies of house dwelling gypsies who no longer tako tho road or fold their tonts llko the Arabs Tho gypsies havo been clearly visi- Â¬ ble In Europe for four centuries ind a halt Thoy havo boon the Ishmaelitos of tho modern world If at tho pro Bent day tho law has ceased to treat them harshly tho social pressure is probably greater so that it is now or novo thoso who for to wish scientific mako a study of these wnndorors A volumo entitled Tho Gypsios by Adrian A Colocci forms an oxcelent Introduc- Â¬ tion to such a study Tho porseou tlons of thoZingori have been many and bitter-- Even in tho last century thoy wore accused of cannibalism To their foreign appearance and strango modo of lifo they added tbo practice of arts that were regarded as irreligious J While traveling through Anam is eehted the statap of beauty Moarly60U0ww ot lamp chimneys McGregor comes are smashed every year in una ouy Cochin China with a party of Genwa Now children iaitt the Fkankfobt Kv Spt 4 18S0 r dam Betsy Trot W XTlVv lone night at I have reports from ninety five 05 f3 50000000 bits of glass aro officials weIstoppedthe acquaintance aa what do you call the meal wood by Clark Chief with n record or of eat in the awraJjur thrown Into ash barrels streets alloys Inn where made Oak comities embracing the principfll ag- Â¬ 2 133 made at Cleveland July 4th si LLIVA2J gutters sowers etc Yet peoplo vent Â¬ e company ot native magicians who promptly replied a wamoar at mo 1SS5 He wns seven years old at that ricultural sections of the Slate giving J J TORXSr A T LJi If ure out In thin soled shoes children in chanced to be resting there They class crop condition to tbe 1st iiift Ou Ihe time bare feet and horses without any pro numbered four men and two women Kbhtocky The hot water euro la fcigMy tcction on their hoofs The great three jvar old Axlelh by first second and third days of the pres all Yery small save one man who was young- ataa was com- Â¬ ent month we had general rains over seldom hoars of quite gigantic Telling them that I spoken of A HI rel sains alerriiesti-e-- l Stranger still one i Hr4 William L dam Lou by Mnmbritio pletely cured of aa attaefcaaestt Jar a M- uiny Jung MUtttr an accident arising from the presence was greatly interested in legerdemain Boy trolled at Rochester a few days the State which will materially pro- Â¬ young lady by oaekettlefuL which kha mote the grow th of lute tobacco lute of these bite ot glass and something of an amateur I sooa s iiiWLLL KO in 214 at No 101 West Main Street regulations of won their favor In response to their old man let him have The street sanitary Maud 8 lowered her record on the cum pastures and garden products Little Boy Maoun are yoa 1 r TORXEV A T fA W Richmond Ivy the city fortunately do mueh toward urgent request I endeavored to give have received Lexington track lo 209 and after The following is submitted as to con- Â¬ obviating such accidents and most of them an exhibition of my skllL really going to marry aa Itattaa Kentucky their dition aud acrengo of crops wards at Cleveland to 20S Yea mjr tho broken aud cracked chimneys are Though I may safely say without any Countr Pretty Widow tobacco O Considering the condition of the Little Boy deligbteaiy deposited In ash barrels and find their vanity that at that time I was tbe pet - hkI tttrcet This important crop is uneven in its then I ca have tbe moakey to piay track yesterday which was a Utile way to the dump where they are gath Â¬ equal of any magician in this country rough Bonnie McGregors perform- Â¬ growth aud while we may expect ered un by rac pickers and sold to and had tried conclusions with them with eantir Buriingtoa Free Preas DENTAL JSURGBRY some flue tobacco from both the Bur ance was a phenomenal one I say Jenkins can you tell a junk dealers who in turn sell the all in private these wiaards of Anara and it is much larger than they ley and Dark districts the season has V WILKES SMTTIJ youag ehieken from aa old oaer scraps which are known as cullet exposed my tricks in every instance 1 been unfavorable lo its growth It was Of course I eaa WelL bowr have ever before handled But to tho glass works at 40 cents per 100 and laughed at me heartily COUNTRY ROAD MAKING TAI SURGEOX Chickens aaat By the teeth n set in reasonably good time but in Its Ono of these was begun by the giant pounds Kentucky thoir prices are no larger than be- Â¬ nd Bov to Overcome Snmr of tho IHBIonlttM early stages the almost coutiuual rain- Â¬ No but I bawa fore They have Tho dealers in chimneys dispose of who throw a great coil of ribbon for up have teeth Â¬ in Scourlnc Good ltoad - mill KtriMtMcMKHi Stmt CMkv their broken stock which is about 5 toward the sky As It uncoiled la mid- Â¬ London Piek Me Up M is a very difficult thing to glvo fall fur nearly seventy days prevented It MIJSH4il a- Where shall we First Bachelor i i- limtfeaf Ih d ou Unify- per cent of that carried in tho samo air a small hawk seemed to be liberat Â¬ Much of the directions for rood making that shall its proper cultivation Grade manner ed from It to seize the ribbons end in go this afternoon to the matraoo th applicable for tho crop was flooded and a good deil of it bo universally Mi RGAIS D D S Seeoad Bachelar J The breakage of lamp chimneys its beak and to fly with it in a cloud clreus or what OF recfion that formations of soil nro so destroyed A considerable portion was 2 UOXD AMXTUCXr represents the consumption of that which apparently proceeded from tbe What sort of ban are the wales vaired that what is practical and ap- Â¬ abandoned In low wet soils by reason Tatt Fhrsi Bachelor 6c article The lamp chimney business ribbon itself and was caused I preÂ¬ wearing now proved in any one locality is not suited of Meeds and grus s and the hinds ued Second Tai therefore is of considerable impor- Â¬ sume by something burning along its er than ever I anuad aasas gTjnjgf4Ana nnnaj hi conditions found in other placos to the in 3i ini win wiwm that the public could wish Their it should be discovered that Miss Thus tbo plan of constructing roads on for other crops Worms have been WelL lets go to a tance to the public From this cloud there now surface very bad in most of the Stale aud the line of GENTLEMENS There are Innumerable styles of slid to the ground a snake a frog and sioa Blank is a disreputable character flat clayey lands differs from that crop Is materially damaged from this i HEED D D You appear to be in good beats lamp chimneys on the market large a smiling native baby which one of a disgrace to any family she might found most effective in rolling cau e The prices prevailing fur daric OUT H A S I 1LLR KEXTUCKi small nnd medium sized long short the women oaught in her arms and said a prison visitor to a ooavict Tho great- Â¬ gravolly or sandy country visit would we not be in an emtobacco were so unsatisfactory thnt in round flat and twisted thin thick held out to the astonished crowd All k only in appearance sir replied the est difficulty in securing good roads is barrassed attitude without some- found whoro narrow broad square globular scal- Â¬ the magicians save the giant now left convict for tbe fact Is I am tho natural condition of the southern and western sections of rinnelt rnuMeiisa BveryttttRR bodys name to the card or note things is moat easily overcome or the State farmers were indifferent and and heathenish 47- tlw ii lf uiiWu ii iniUlii to learn that loped colored spotted etc from the the place The giant then sat upon to my room more than half tbe It will bo news to many Suppose the mere statement of a whoro roads are fairly good tho year careless In their preparations for this Texas Sittings it was not until 185G that by tho abo- Â¬ baby chimney 4 inches tall by 1 inch the ground and completely concealed PHYSIOIANS crop In the Barley section there was lition of Romany slavery in Dacia tho in diameter to the great big fellow 12 himself beneath a large umbrella ex death or marriage were made on round for tho passage of light loads Young Wife Am I your is especially full The same in authority of a nameless piece of You inches tall by 4 inches in diameter acting from mo a promise to remove it ure darling F Young Hosbaad Whoro roads aro almost impassablo a very geueral effort to curtail produci M IUYiVlZ freedom of tho Zingari in Europe was Consross and Buttons Also Goat paper sent in and the said event at certain seasons of tho year for tho tion There was also a scarcity of completed Colocci agrees with other used on the largest lamp in the market at the expiration of five minutes by my are indeed 1 dont see bow 1 had the s CIAX AXD SURGEOX 1 and Kangaroo Yowaff Wife Both had not transpired Such impo ordinary purpose ol travel tho peoplo plants in many counties All these observers in regarding tho gypsies as which throws a 300 candle power light watch When I took up the parachute good luck to get you Kkxtucky p sitions have been practiced and along thorn aro proddod Into some in- Â¬ causes have conspired to reduce tbe practically dostituto of religion al and costs from 15 cents to 2 per dozen the giant had disappeared though the O well you know mamma attended French and American Call nothing ever happened that might telligent effort by these rogularly Â¬ acreage of ihe present year to 61 J per though willing to adopt nominally the wholesale They even manufacture earth where he had sat was perfectly to that It wasnt luck Chicago - nd Mveet Rxi to Whites Drag rccurring periods and so tho most ap- cent of that of 1883 The season being prevailing faith of any country In combinations of chimney and globes solid Returning to the inn we found JournaL S- not be repeated year brings the mar- Â¬ smoking on the Old Gentleman putting a few The new and popular Ooze Calf Great injury would be done a proved methods aro likely to be em- Â¬ unfavorable to the proper cultivation which they may bo sojourners In whilo everydozen or more intonew styles our giant serenely handed EVANS MD of ployed But the greatest need for of this crop the condition hat been re- Â¬ England they are Protestants in Tur ket half a porch and when I Now boys ah can yoa him hie um Â¬ questions x with lanfox lecturer a sale or any other thing missionary work lies along thoso roads Morally they are of chimnevs Every new lamp requires brella he opened it with a quick jerk tell me what commandment Adamt Ijoy Mohammedans 101 at fCAX AXD SURGEOX depending on a fixed date by the where no great engineering skill is duced to 70 per cent as against report untrained children indifferent to a special chimney and disclosed my watch and chain broke when be took the lorbiddea my the fame dnte lust In Kbktocky i r Nino tenths of the chimneys made which I had not missed hanging to fraitr Small Scholar like shot publication of another date and required to keep thorn in such repair ofJuiylstl gave year acreage at 62 every thing but tho satisfaction of tho tbe how easy it would be for an enemy that tho public does not enter a vigor- Â¬ percent of the 8S crop wih a pos desire of tho moment whothor that in this country are manufactured in one of its sides Cor Providence Tel- Â¬ Please sir th warnt no command Â¬ - trnd bttwet 8- ous protest against thoir inefficiency Beaton Beacon ments thee sir THEY HAVE ALL THAT to perpetrate such injury by an doslro be tho offspring of love or Pittsburgh while most of the balance egram Thoso who have been accustomed to sible increase of 5 per cent and sub aro mado at Steuben ville O while a Brese yo dean ote Aunt Mindy greed or hate anonymous nolice BLIND BUT HAPPY I 1 TAYLOR from boyhood milled the following replies from farmundulating Afford brack heart Deacon Gillta bows Whilo thero Is but littlo gypsy very few aro made in the natural gas is impossible to have a news hills or appreciate roadsdifficulties they ers as to cnmparitive acreage at that It do not tbe Dea Â¬ Touching StorT of a Man and WlfoWho ebryfiag down t d church Praclitieaer in Medicine and Surgery tho regions paper entirely correct when the voluntarily enoounter on every passago time 1194 farmers had iu 18SS 14 pootry among tho English tribes pro-Â¬ Tho majority of small ones are im- Â¬ Ifever Saw Eaoh Other Befo yo go enny fmrder con Gillts gift and faculty divino appears Kbjjtuckv French Medium and Common utmost care is observed but to over them w 1S89 tiie xame Every pleasant evening Wherever the material in a Hills or that do Spain in ro Se6e heels in Oxford Ties Low publish all sorts of items from not exceed ono foot ingrades are not 435 seres in In the replies farmers had fusely both in Europe and onotho the portedchimney is of greater cost than just before twilight which in that hour Miss Woakley I wanter agest dat my we all love shadin don go quite ser fer in e yo lamp thirty 8956 acres received lo mortor parts of of and re at war UjrkCK Gfeeery Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon S 8-unknown sources would in a short serious obstacles to overcome but all the 1st int 1514 farmers had iu 8S most interesting portions of tho book the labor the chimney is imported and to idle away with inconseqiieatiul remahk wud seem fer t bimply Adonis Buckles grades of hills stocper than those that 20424 acres and the same farmers hud is that which gives specimens of the vice versa thoughts and observations there Time time lead to ruin t HI M FOSTER All the shapes used in this country passes my window a couple that great Â¬ There is no reason why every can be dug down to lengthen tho grado iu 1SS9 12597 acres It will be noticed Romany muse The piecos aro mostly Mrs Mushroom I have not quite s CI AX AXD SURGEOX message sent by mail or by hand should at once be attacked and per- Â¬ that Ihe discrepancy of acreage be short ofton strango In form but not are of American design but are man- Â¬ ly interests me The lady is but a decided about this room Thomas ono grado ufactured abroad and brought here young girl it seems and she has such Now what do you think of bavins a m Kkjjtocky till and Ihe first of July re infrequontly Inspired by genuine poetic to a newspaper should not be sistently worked until a thisof grado twteu in thirty is reached At feoling This sometimes finds expres Â¬ and sold at much less than they could a pretty face so white and peaceful I Mr Mushroom friese there I per cent omitting signed by the party sending it V i n rrct NistAw to tho anglo of repose in a horso is not port is about j of sion in modes so unexpected as tohaye bo produced here It is labor that fig- Â¬ with something of a sadness in it dont believe it will be necessary my r ilruoei4 eer Mata awl TMw THEY HAVE THE not that the name should appear changed and ho is ablo to trot up or fractions This is posdhly accoucted almost tho quality of gonlus Tho ures in tho cost of manufacture more something of joy J- mie love Tbe weather prophets say we in the paper with the item but down with a light carriage with but for by overflow and abandoned fields gypsy sings tho beauty of his sweet Â¬ than matorial She has great eyes that stare strange Â¬ need not expect to have a hoi snav Knox Stetson I L ROBERTS Ill be held by the editor for reference little extra ofTort No gravol or other Taking the Assessors reports for 18SS heart apostrophizes the sun and stars Tho odd shapoa are all molded ly at you and at tbe sound of her mer America Mm wick and in case the news proved to be surfaco application should bo mado as a basis the production of that year with heathen fervor and oelebratea while the ordinary shapes are blown companions voice their lids are CIA X A XD S URGE OX Are those our men asked Mafor until tbo grading is complotod and tho was 2S233142l pounds Sixty one and the succoss of tho knavish rusos by and aro made of lead glass and lime drooped and tbe long graceful eye Â¬ Piteairn as a squad of soldiera apÂ¬ Drew incorrect i Krittucky to bo We cannot and will not publish roadbed slightly rounded so as water three quarters per cent 61 of this which ho has gained an advantage glass both in this and the old country Â¬ lashes fall upon her cheeks The man proached along the road near Cooeord boCh hard and soft A Full Line of illtKA Tsaarfs UfMK HtOfW Ht como readily drained of surfaco amount would represeut the 80 crop iu over the busno Filial affection also There is a feature that the casual ob- reminds me of one of the old Saxons Nos4r replied Otloael Smith they anything whatever thnt comes to lUuisey V nnwr UaWu h ni It a hill can not bo economically out pounds provided the yield per acre finds a place in his songs Whilo ho server would not notice in selecting a He is big and strong and has tbe are minute men General Washington r ices Ui two iisjH u us lrom an unknown source and down it Is often bettor to go round it lamp chimney with a square top Two curly golden hair and tbe big blonde was Ihe same as in 8S Iu 1SS8 Ihe shops tho frankest enjoyment of the believed that it was to this that the J we hope all communications will than to compel tho travel to go up a M xsMini M D average condition at this date was 101 material side of life there is often a chimneys of almost identical appear Â¬ beard of that race of men His com- Â¬ British defeat may be attributed be properly signed for otherwise eteop grade By studying tho system average condition as reported lo spirit of profound melancholy mani Â¬ ance are placed side by side one of panion bangs on his arm and yet he CI AX AXD SURGEOX they cannot appear in our col- Â¬ of road dynamics it has boon found The let this ear is 70 innkiug i fested in those lyrics Tho Zingari which commands a higher price A seems to depend upon her as much Harpers Baaar Sept WelL sir said an old gentleman - - - KkntOcky i that it is better to go twenty feet fur- Â¬ comparative reduction iu condition of havo always boon famous for their close observation shows that tbe top as she on him for they cling very umns what are yon dotng including Monarch Shirts E W and bottom of the one is rough while closely indeed together while he care- Â¬ indignantly ther on a level than to climb ono foot 30 per cent Why didnt you publish so and rtfMMMMl It K therefore conclu- Â¬ lovo of music The estimate which the other is polished and smooth fully picks their way out with a light around here again I thought the rvtn to Ute - anil Coon Collars and Cuffs in height that is it is as easy to go so 1 wrote you about it V we are gives the gypsy raco a million souls delicate hint I gave you just as you furthor as feet sive that we must deduct from the to The smooth one possesses double the cane often asked Because you failed 2000 feettho longost to climb 100 on a tal production of 183S 3SJ per cent in is probably far below the truth m L15TCIIKR left the front door last night would s J NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION way round or that durability of the rough one The Both are blind I inquired about Acadomy to sign it is the usual reply level is tho shortest way home and it acreage aud 30 per cent in condition rough one is out off and cooled whilo them the other day Neither ever saw give you to understand that I doat sICIAXAXD SURGEOX And the Gloves in great variety An as- Â¬ Why I thought youd know my is found also that tho distance is not The crop has felt the waut of cultiva- Â¬ the other is polished Only the best the light of day Neither can ever like you very welL FLEAS FOR SAflE Kbntwcky sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- Â¬ hand writing i m No we cant rec- so much increased by a little devia- Â¬ tion at tbe proper time the stalk has quality of glass can be polished this kuow how glorious the sunlight is how looked at bis boot is a Related by Mr s way way It did said the young men kerchiefs A do hardened and the leaf generally nar- Â¬ An AmuslD AnocdotoGould ollect everybodys hand writing tion as is usually supposed prettily blend the beautiful hues of tbe liarlng and admira Â¬ -K- Hitli WmIMIimj Mh4 Pireet flection or curve of 100 feet between row aud prematurely ripened with People make a great mistake in im- Â¬ flowers how grand all nature looks as a look of mingled pain Sign your name It would doubtless surpfiso most Bus tion came over his thee Hosiery of Every Grade two poind 600 feet apart only adds to much complaint of patch Are The readers as it did Mr S Baring Gould agining that a heavy chimney is more Neither ever saw the other and yet thought would come nnd aayou I W BRIGHT M D I 150XXIE JIcGREGOR 213 the distance 32 feet and betweon crop is lieiug rapidly cut and boused to bo told that fleas aro an article of durable than a thin one This is not they are a bridal pair a UMBRELLAS in silk and other Ask me what If SICIAX AXDSURGEOX points a mile apart one fifth of a milo The earlj planting will be colory The trade of Iceland They only live in a world of dark Â¬ At least he so un- Â¬ tho fact The thin chimney is far like to join our foot ball assndaKentucky goods with assorted handles i m The Lexington Tranccript says The deflection adds but 400 feet to the dis- Â¬ Â¬ derstood tho statement Here is Mr moro durable because of its expansion ness and in each other They met long planting is j Merchant Traveler Elegant line ot Shirt Jewelry vast croud that packed the grand tance A little observation of tho luteaud color will et uncertain its qual Â¬ Baring Goulds story He had passed and contraction being more regular ago became devotedly attached to each ItalMlMR e Xla Strael In Swith depend upon the seaitnlMm given to miemtvnfiteat hiwJ paths mado by animals across uneven ity Tho non breakable chimney which other and were married And so bow 41 40 stands and surged over the stretch yestho night at a farm house and in tho oxiuMiMMttoHkef Hrwiuii tank son from now on Dont Do k uuiiu ImH terday at the Fair Grounds when the surfaces will show that they always morning fell into conversation with a is made chiefly In Illinois is non every evening when tbe weather is CORN makoa path as nearly horizontal as broakable in name more so than in fine they go out for a stroll and as Tbe man who goes about bis ban Danish merchant who it appears had bell tapped for the hordes to come to rS HOLTON possiblo along ot direction The increase iu the acreage of tills arrived at tho house after he had re-Â¬ roality though It is much more dura- Â¬ they slowly carefuly walk past my with a pipe or eigar is recommended to the post were well paid for their com- Â¬ and they avoid tho linocuU that must short Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon The window I think it is a sad and yet take out aa insurance policy at crop Is about 11 per cent over that of tired Finding his fellow traveler very ble than the ordinary chimney ing They saw such trotting as Is rare bo made by climbing When an as- Â¬ last year The condition is about 3 agreeable Mr Baring Gould expressed difference in tho price however does pretty sight a bttndf bridal pair Kentucky mond from ese of tbe old line Iy fcen on any course in the world cent must be made it is always along not warrant its purchase on the score Blade Wo reoOBamnnd the old lin iimiiimnlmr e over D M BrtuWtfi Hoars S to and they all heartily enjoyed the races tho lino of tho lightest grade We havo per cent above that of the same lime his regrets at having deprived him of of economy hence very few are sold Toledo M in such ease for two reaoono- - Plrst 4e p m h Je toeH tl wwmonpeetol alleuttonhII ittfiThe exciting finishes were roundly very little appreciation of the aver- Â¬ last year The recent rains insure the tho guest bed i t di When to Feed Llve Slock - nii awM 4 rJk- tho merchant an Â¬ The best grade of chimney is known as c suck caroMoawaas sbouM be mado to Dank you beet crop that Kentucky has made Pmh4 in their eulhuni sion the horse wo are driving has for I HuWUUMllHt IMoJtBillU bHt to The old and reliable Saddle and cheered tiie ladies pay as high as possible for Ms fan aad but I novor blip In an Island tho pearl top which is made like any swered How often should animals be fed 4 r irp asm waving their fans and parasols tho 6teop grado we foroo him to climb probably during its history The total other chimney but while hot has a This is a matter of Importance as seeoad such a maa ought not to im Â¬ bod Ilarness House of production of 1858 was 51605546bush like little men When Norval marked It has boon found by careful experi Â¬ It II R GIBSON Did you llo on tho bonch in tho crimped ring welded to tho top while feeding involves considerable labor pose upon his neighbors who form the ment that tho horso power computed els the total acreage 2292810 217 on the board distancing his comtho ordinary crimped top is merely As a rule feeding quickly forms a basis of the farmers mutual eom sitting room PraclitisRer in Mioine and Surgery WHEAT placed in a mold and shaped while hot habit and animals will become accus- Â¬ pastes We saw a man not long ago No 2C Second Street next to petitors there was a terrific shout It by Watts as raising 33000 pounds ono Yes I not llko a bed in a native foot per mlnuto exerted by draft on Theso chimneys are much less liable tomed to whatever manner may Blacking while he was currying his Kextccky Garnett Bouse has a complete was a great performance for a E II iSE The crop is above an average but byro It is so dirty and so full of in- Â¬ to break than the others and are con- Â¬ be adopted feo long aa the digestive horse ia tbe stable He said and it boosted Electioneer up tho road Is equal to a tractive force of was seriously injured ny the wet sect Then niter a pauso ho said stock of is inifcwtonl xrvtoab to the You should come to Husavik and sidered well worth the one third more funotioss are not disturbed Twe he bad done k for years and had not another notch in public estimation as 120 pounds for light hours at 2 miles weather while iu the shuck aud in per hour This is considered tho unit many Saddles Harness a t ire sections was badly damaged by seo of tho fair it will bo daro in dreo in price Tho great demand to day is meals dally at Intervals of twelve bad a fire yet It is possible tho for for fancy tops hours are quite sufficient aad are that a maa might smoke in a Blankets Whips Spurs Horse But the greatest storm of applause of powerlovol rood service where Any smut The acreage Is OSJ percent of voek m hard and smooth Thero are also a Scrapers was yet to be evoked It came unex Â¬ track is I wish that I could but I shall not noys now used on great many ohim probably better for the animal giving powder mill for years without causing Boots Curry Combs obstruction therefore whether it bo 88 and the total yield of the State u ill ho in tho neighborhood thon What gas burners On the digestive organs full time for tbo an explosion but be would be a very PlznTjinj Gas aal Stcasa Fitting Ojls and pectedly When Bonuie McGregor an unevon surface or a steep grado be about 9250000 bushels The yield Toe Weights Soaps trado is carried on at tho fair may I the shelves ot a first class lamp store performance of their functions than reckless maa who should attempt tt can bo found fifty separate and distinct three at intervals of six hours in tbe It needs but a spark among hasrer iji Hepairin a Specialty AH everything else needed by persons came on the track to make an attempt- renders tho traveling difficult for tho iu 88 was 10247249 bushels which ask to lower lib record of 216 many prehorso in tbo degreo of unovonness or gives a general State average 12 4 5 styles of lamp chimneys while overy day and twelve hours in tbe night ivi s pmnst kett ut Ghh WorKs who handle horses straw to burn down a bara wftlfth crockery Oh de morchants soils of II iiu uil c at e wouJ ot u Ienve orders Ht Bonanza Saddles Manufactured to Order of steepness of tho grade If tho bushels to the acre The fulling off in of corn brandy and ot clodes grocery in the country handles them Thore is no doubt that any herd or probable loss of all there fat ia h I or W G Whites Drug Sttre 21 HrHsfielrifi fuen was radiant with n grade Is 1 in 30 the horso can draw the total production this year is based They mostly tho common grades Book will thrive just as well with two Never do any thing which is likely to How do tho natives pay J 4 and none but the best material sme M Inuch to 8ay Ycl Mlm two thirds of its load on a lovel if 1 upon the decreased acreage of lj per have no monoy Tho lifo of a lamp chimney is a3 feeds in the twenty four hours as with cause a fire If a fire in tbe barn does usea uenuemens iauies aim dont know nnlhln nohow about in 21 it con only draw one half or if 1 cent the damage by drouth iu the No answered tho merchant but uncertain as that of a man An ex three in twelve hours and a twelve occur there ia one thing that la well THOMAS B AYKES 10 boys Saddles kept in stock bosses then it can only draw fprlng and afterwards excessive wet doy have fleas penslvo one is as liablo to break as hours fast American Dairyman He sent Bonnie it warming- - In to remember Horses are frightened one fourth on of out of their wits by fire Yen eaa Real Estate and General Harness of every description up mile and then coming to the score a leveL It is trueitsthat load short weather during harvest which reduces I am well awaro of that but how soon as a cheap ono as there are many A Smart Milkman for causes calculated to crack or shatter Trace Chains Hames Backhands nodded to the judges to give him the not lead a horse from a burning bara comes that to alter tho case the production below that of S3 1024 distances or for a brief time a horso Collecting Agency doy them other than a fall or contact with Bellybands Collars Collar Pads word Away flew the gallant sou of replied tho Dane Why The milk that I got of you this in tbe ordinary way Tbe bast way is On our best wheat lauds 725 bushels six times its constant to blindfold tbe anlmaL This may bo t 2T Special attention pid to tle sale Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind the great Robert going round tiie turn can draw fivo or Except for short dis- Â¬ the berry is large and plump one takes of do varcs and dey gives us do another body A draught of air a morning soured - J xchenge of Real Estate and to the Bridles Whips and other things like a bolt from a catapult Herouud load on a lovol done by throwing a coat or blanket You didnt get it of me maam farmer reporting a total yield of 5000 fleas Do people of Denmark likes of damp chimney a splash of wator ob a c cclion of all kinds of accounts 47--- 6 tances It is inhuman to roquiro tho high blaze will any of thorn termlnato Well Bridget did Its all the over the bead Western Sural do Island fleas very much ed iuto the back stretch and reached horso to draw mora than double its bushels from 150 acres used on tho farm A singular tasto I remarked a chimneys usefulnoss in short order same Only experienced workmen em- the quarter pole in 33 Along the normal force which is required when OATS Cincinnati Times Star Indeed I may say very singular Experiments with Potatoes No It isnt maam Shes so ugly stretcli he held the same terrific pace tho grado is 1 In 30 or 35 according to ployed This crop was also seriously damaged What can thero be in thorn so attract- Â¬ that shod mako any milk sour Now you want a Saddle you have malting the half in 105 Everybody whether tho surface is hard or un- Â¬ at harvest time by excessive rain and ive Tho following conclusions may ha If Wanted to Go Faster as you are vory handsome why when even On a level gravol road tho made from tho New York staMonsv a hundred to select from ranging that held a watch was astonished dey is iu many instauces Is reported worth Â¬ Oh with enthusiasm yester- Â¬ you got tho milk maam 10 Wiggins Block Cincinnati O Â¬ I was reading In a paper well conceived series of potato aspeci you Without a skip or falter Bonuie kept horso can draw a loodx in round num- less in price from 4 upwards If mora big and more long dan in any od- Â¬ 1 didnt think of that Til get the day he said as ho halted a citizen bers fifteen times heavier than its meats HEMP want a set of Harness you have a ou the route BrasQeld driving and tractlvo power or 1800 pounds and Epoch der country milkmysolf aftorthis Soldiers Monument of 1 Little or nothing- was gained by your in frontduck the fly ninety miles an The hemp crop while not promising I exclaimed Woos mo Can refer to huiklluus swcoesfully 150 sets to select from ranging in hording his watch in haudt the same could that a come shouted hun Â¬ throo times this load or 5400 pounds tbe early part of the season lias turn- Â¬ statement is corroborated by my ex- Â¬ See him time At Mr Spurgeons ohureh in Lon- Â¬ using out potatoes for seed ever whole ererTed in Richmond Muvsvllle Ml S up on hard brokon stoao hour Do you beliove it possiblo don on a recent Sunday earnest prsy tubers of tbe same weight frr3 ing Winchester and OwlngHvllle price from of Plow Gear from dreds as lie swept down on the f pole 400 aon a railway track road and 32 ed nut to be one of the best known for perience All prices That Is rather a strango question or was offered for tho conversion of tho C 2 Seed tubers badly sprouted yielded Everybody tiptoed 139 lasiIug It in Do colder do winter do biggor do to many years Â¬ Good roads seem mora of a necessity replied the other Prince of Wales ask me sir the cheapest to the best Some- uud yelled like mad Down Ihe home Evidently the need about eight aad a half percent less fleas remarked my companion POTATOES with considerable cold storage In his Of his conversion was deeply felt by his than Hnsprouted ones thing entirely new in Curry Combs stretch the new wonder came like a to those familiar with them and no And thoy bring theso abominations -voice The handsomest lot of lap Cloths ixtton engine Ihe excitement in Â¬ better spur to endeavor can be furÂ¬ The Irish potato crop is also the best to tho morchant stations for barter audience for a chorus of Amens 3 The earliaees of the crop was not nished than a half milo of good level known for many years with an InYes I know but I want to find broke forth from the Tabernacle wor ever brought to Richmond 41 influenced by exposing the tubeca to When dey have vashed and dried out creasing as he n eared Ihe wire and gravel road betweon sandy or hilly crease of acreage of about 20 per cent There aro occasions when I havo lupcrs exclaimed the mer- Â¬ light and warmth before planting LOUISVILLE KY flatbed uuder it Some oije yelled 213 strotcbos of highway Good gravel Is over 88 Tbe sweet potato crop prom- Â¬ do fleas daro to leave my house in a hurry and if a t daro is a lot lying chant pointing 4 The yield was materially reduced Â¬ and then everybody yelled The fig- nearly always found In a sandy coun- Â¬ ises well duck can mako this gait and thero is A trainer ot a troupe ot oats hired Â¬ indo sun to be d rled no patent on it Tm going to catch on a band to play every day before the by removing tbe seed end of the plant ures 213 were then hung out and a try and there can be no excueo except Fnorrs My eyo followed the direction of my 11 ed tubers great roar went up It t hook Clays indifference for poor hilly roads for The Largest and Finest Hotel in The apple aud peach crop is reported companions finger and I saw a quan Perhaps you never tried to outrun a cats for a month before the first per Â¬ 5 Fertiliser placed below the seed Detroit Free Press formance so thathe nervous creatures monument in tbe cemetery a mile tho road work If Intelligently applied good in some sections and very poor tity of sheeps Vool--fee- ce lying In a flat iron sir the city may be slightly preferable to fertiliser dislant and people came rushing in can rcduco tho gradejtnd spread gravol in others The trees have shed the tho yard of a small farm house accustomed to noise would bo placed above it Tbe fact was not dear Â¬ The Pride of His Class iih1 asked If t onit fiend had blown up to effect an entire revolution in country fruit yery freely in many places in Youths Companion Day to 4 ly estabUebed Sural New Yorker travel tbe Leader oflice again with dynamite He was a bright handsome boy of KEV BUGGIES t Good roads aro an indication of thrift consequence of the excessively wet No Memory for Figures soon as Wiley BrasHeM got down According to rooms As Severe Cases of Bleed fakmi sixteen sunny tempered brilliant aud Comparison Solicited A wise and intelligence in tho poopio No weather which also caused Ito rot In lie was eurrouuded and congratulated NEW PHST0NS engaging the delight of his parents discrimination should be exercised by Tfeeasaae saner from blood poknn who Turkifeh and Russian Baths in Cyrus whero was tho text to day hlgh aplrltod enterprising farmer can other places There is also great com- Â¬ by his friends He bore the ordeal like permit the road passing through his plaint of the grape rot where tho fruit the joy of his home and the pride of all who take medicine Tbe proprie- Â¬ wobM beeofmlif they gave B B BL Botan Â¬ It was somewhere in Ezokiol I IT del 32 81 Send to Ute Stood NEW CARRIAGES ii modest man us all horsemen are dont romembor tho chapter and verse his class But a shadow fell across his tors ot Hoods Sarsaparilla solicit a ic Btootl Balm a trial or book at-- woutior farm or past his front gato to be an has not been well exposed to the sun BftBH IU Atlanta Ua Bonnie McGregor is ten years old oyesoro and a nuisance to tho public You know well enough Emily I havo bright prospects It began with a careful comparison of this medicine faloaree that eoo vlBoe the moat kepUemJ GRASSES NEW SDRRIES soon came premoni- with other blood purifiers and medi- Â¬ niSMDtiree Meridian Mlm writes Far ami made a strong season this year A smooth well kept rood proves tho trifling cough The timothy and clover hay crop no memory for figures J QUMon Was Mr Dunnup at church his strength cines being oonfldent that tbe peeHltar a namfeer of ears I altered ontoU asjontsa tions of consumption was stunted In the spring by the se NEW SULKIES wl licit makes his performance still adjacont owner to bo a thoughtful from Mead potxoa SeraraJ pmnhma anx Yos Tho old fellow throw a 5 failed his cheeks grew hollow and he more remarkable He was sired by careful man and adds largely to tho rious drouth and badly damaged at to merits ot Hoods aarparntn are so sK3aadWmeltttIlfT any aoad I bapus my nteK B with Robert McGregor dam Fannie Wheel valuo of the property And every harvest by excessive rains The pas- Â¬ bill into tho basket That man Emily seemed doomed to an early grave apparent that the people will unhesi alter tarprtoe It has UlUe IWth bl to aad wail mad me has got mora gall than a train load of Then a fnend advised Dr Pierces He is the ownei of land bordering on a road will tures are exceptionally flue ocU by Reconstruction any other prepara My vehicles are all new and of the Jiroperty of S W Wheelock of Moiine It he Is wise sec that tbe road is kept Osu writes X T KaHTton Mneon Texas steers You remomborho mado Golden Medical Discovery He tried tatingly prefer it to I STOCK IJVE tion Hoods fciarsapantia m not a eaatraeted btaed potass I Bon tried pnvat Mi very latest patterns They are for sale Ilia IP X an assignment lost week for tho benefit was handled and developed In retrpectablo order if it has to ho wratto Hot Spring I r aud it and was saved Health and strength mixture of molses and a few inert etansatkB a raised man Stock of nil kludi is in good condi- Â¬ of his on the most reasonable terms If you N Y Times tnroed home creditors Tho preferred claims want a vehicle come and see me aDd Iby Wiley Brasfiejd He is a wonderful dono nt his own cost seemed to do me any aood My tion Tbo hog cholera seems to have amounted to 5702619 There wero returned his cheerful voice rang out roots and herbs but is a peculiar conme to try B B B To my yon wont g home without one jborse aud can equal or beat Maxey Shipments ot Wheat from India for been and still is an epidemic over tho two judgment notes for 12 10716 and again across the school playground centrated extraat of the best alterative mother aarsaaticd every nicer qnlekly heax aC utter auonfehment 5- JOHN DONELSON n 3QustncB jCobbs record with careful training week ended August 17 to United King Â¬ whole State being everywhere quite bis cheeks agalu fgrew rosy his eyes and blood purifying remedies of tbe eU K 903704 a chattal mortgage for 3 I suf Â¬ Beat Morris Atlanta 8a writes hud preparation for such a trial This dom 640000 bus Continent 20000 fatal 42639 another for 271911 a book bright Ha ia still the pride or his vegetable kingdom The enormous fered yean from syphilitic blood aolsoa Sncw Attehtw Qnix toTujhm bt hpiuion is fchared in by many promi- Â¬ bus class and be graduates this year with sales of Hoods Sarseparitte and the wkVeii refHced to be eared by all treaimrnu G A For week ended August 10 to Soitanuji is reported In good con Â¬ account at Spotcash Ces DIPI07StKS PbysletaBs proaeaoced It a hopetem ease I ard wmWbc aJ auhipj fer eadt Jeret d twenty nent horpemen pala ia United Kingdom 480000 bu Conti dition in every section 30674 and remembering tho ques- Â¬ highest honors wonderful cures efiaetfd prove even I had bo appetite I bad were ltse ttpl aad veckt xbedt ffj Firaterm epcsiUit Tuesday Jfy totals and my iMaeys Bonnie McGregors performance yes nent 40000 bus Very respeclfully tion about the text or yes Mr For week ended Will open a Select Prlnary School mere than has been okimed far this threat was ahserated and my breUmaa Chronic Nasal Catarrh positively I oi c Kt Milton Elliott Pbikcipai Kirkvviu of rsntilDS sore In thin oudtior Dunnup was thereChicago Tribune i terday puts him at the bead of living August 3 toUulted Kingdom 120000 the first Monday la Sentember Chab Y Wilson cured by Dr SageTa Catarrh Remedy Lmedleine If yon are sfek - the best meaeed tee use of B B B Un 4 16 6 12 j trotting stallions Maxey Cobb 213 Term3 reasonable bus Continent 40000 bus sieeraad soreaad cored me oosnprstietywKn Commissioner of Agriculture 3e qo ae too good 13 1 60 by druggists ittteiae JS3 twOBMatba A K Kbktwokv Tiiem Soes ients Furnisli- il Ms Hats SUMMER STOCB re - il Every and Variety BOOTS BaWh SHOES We are greatly annoyed by anonymous letters notes scraps of paper postal cards and other similar communications that come through the mails or are left at our office We are always duly thankful for items of news large or small and our friends could send much more than they do but it is the news without name to which we object More than this persons send matters of importance for publication and feel hurt at their non appearance never thinking for a moment that they Jailed to sign any name to the letter or whatever it was they sent A newspaper cannot afford to publibh the most trivial occurrence without knowing the source from whence it comes Suppose we should receive through the post office a card or note stating that Miss Blank of some place or other is visiting some family and 8thr8S5 Next to Bonnie Phallus by Dictator Office of Commissionek of Aqkicuxtukb Hokticultuhb and Statistics A geatlema mU wbaa a fNttgr girl trod m his toes that b kafi -- Â¬ - Â¬ r a HIGH LAOED CALF SKIN SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IMLQIES5 SHOES The Best Markets -- Â¬ ii-l I e lm IN HATS Austin f GENTS Burnishing Goods 1il Â¬ vr J n - If jj Â¬ -- lro4 HARNESS 4JID GEAR SADDLES nsmr W PICKETS Â¬ four-year-o- ld fwb-H-i- H Mccarty Bridles -- Â¬ CRAPSEY Arcliiteots BROWN - GALT - HOUSE Â¬ ine Carriages Rates25o Per t Â¬ a Â¬ rHS 13 Clascal pbjsic-llT-XotM- s Â¬ 7es J forl llJaSj Â¬ ctti 4 lj -- - 4 ISSUfflO gmig TT jPT -- iSKTTir- 5fti aiW - rw mfp9flW burn did n righteous thing when tic Jeff Davis Roger Q Mills lifted Bill Chandler from lib eeat by iSao Canuck ami Jitdge David lle ear awl deserves the thanks of nil Tocry were all horn in Todd coun- Â¬ decent people lait uhat h that 00m Irei to the gntliutle due Jim Mc ty Kenzie from a shaking ciiill wrecked The jltehttrsemetils of the Pen- Â¬ nation fur the repeol of the quinine sion littmut for July and August tariil Wlio else UiC Jim McKenzie wen 30O0000 The surplus is with hii brilliant burning sarcasm could have stuck lobbyists speechless rapidly disappearing aad shamed a Republican Congress in- Â¬ m The Carlisle Mercury is opposed to repealing that ouermi9 tux on chill to making Jeff Davis birthday a Imek aques and swamp feverp No legal holiday in the Southern other living man could have dniic it and Kentucky might s well It t Jk States The objection is good rest a while awl seml the silver touiij Mr Samuel O Graves editor of ed Jim to the United Stales Heunte the Lebanon Standard and limes and let him give them fellows a hay Â¬ died Monday morning Ue was a seed shaking up Tlntt is ulml nil native of Christian county had the rjiMHh U praying for Clurksvllle practiced law in LomsYilleand was Chronicle tended the Kentucky Press Association but once in fourteen yenrs The big editors of New York and FRENCH TIPTON - - Editor Boston not only do not belong to the National lross Association EVEKY WEDNESDAY BY lfWMttHEM but do not belong to thoir State hs Climax Printing Go Associations nor do they even belong to their cities or their homes Wm Q White Ch as S Powell They spend most of their lime in MUCK PKR YEAK 150 Europe and employ smaller fry to run their papers WEDNESDAY SEPT n 1S69 Our ngighbor will have to pick his flint and shoot at something Siimef Oox is dying that he can hit The Pennsylvania Democrats OH XOXu XOT FOR JOE in State Convention proclaim It must be admitted that Joe Black atari for Tariff Reform Â¬ THE CLIMAX f Â¬ a bright man U S SENATE 1MI Armour the great Chicago Kentueky ought to be able to ft ni a meat man refuses to obey the repreheijlutive to the United frt ilea summons of the United States Senae specially qualified to reprs iit Send Senatorial Dressed Beef Commit the grand okl Commonwealth tee Mr Armour has a way of a man Who will distinguish himself in all tlie higher requirement mid who takins care of himself will On honor to Ma name and advance Editor Uroce Champ of the the fame of the greatest State from the ItonriMMt News and Miss Lizzie forum of the greatest Senate of thr Commns of Georgetown were world MhiIi ihi comity w ill present married last Wednesday and are HCh a niHii in Jnuie B McCreary making a tour of the East We ami the mountaint will tmanimoUilv have thought for some lime that supirt him Irvine Eagle there was something wrong with KENTUCKY FARMERS1 INSTITUTE the old boy ami so tltere wat Now he will come home and get Prepramwe far the Fearth Annual Meeting tt be he Wat Bawling Green out a good paper like lie used to Â¬ Â¬ - Oct 17 IS and 19 ISSO A burglar entered the residence of Gen John S Williams near yix Sterling and was shot at by his step daughter Mis Ida Ham ilton He secured some valuable articles ami escaped The carriage driver was arrested on suspicion and lodged in jail His colored friends entered into a conspi racy to release him but the plot was discovered and nine of the gang pwt in jail Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ riKST DAY FOKKXOOX SESSION 1 Ten oclock a m call to order by the President 2 Presidents annual address S Welcoming Addrea by Hon T J Smith Mayor of the city AFlKKSOON SltSSION 4 Ill spouse by Tlioa W Scott of Woodford county 5 The Kentucky Farmer Is His Occupation a Paying One If not Why This subject is left for general diMHH soh and members are requested to eome prejiared to give their views Â¬ Â¬ IlltS TtHK CEliEKRATES The widow ofPiesident James K Polk celebrated lite SGth anni versary of her birth on Monday it Nasltvilie She received a number of visitors ami talked about many things of lite present as- well as of the long ago She is active in mind and body and spends much of her time in reading and writing Slie is a great admirer ot Mr ClevelaiHl Â¬ Â¬ EVENING SESSION 6 Call to order 8 oclock p m An Â¬ nouncement of Committee 7 Should the State be asked to ex tend financial iikl to the Kentucky Farmers Institute By James Mont- Â¬ gomery Elizabelhtown S NoxiiHis Weeds and how to exter- Â¬ minate them Hou Win Cook Bow ling Greeu Â¬ Â¬ SBCOXO DAY -F- ORENOON SESSION of tlie Slate Experiment StalRtti Prof M A Seovell Director The worhl has for a time lost of the State Experiment Station Lex sight of thee conspicuous figures iiKlofl Ky- Victoria C Woodhull and Ten 1 Lambs for Eatly Market How nessee Claflin The former mar- Â¬ bet to treat Ewe and Lauib for profit- Â¬ ried an English banker John Bid able resutta Geo W Cium Jefferson dulph Martin and the latter mar- Â¬ county 11 Market Gardening L A Freeried Sir Francis Cook Bart Vi couut of Monserrate and the sea man Auburn 8 Work Â¬ Â¬ WNMHNLL AND CLAPLIX AtJAlV ot oblivion over them even yet on the ladder of lame They announce tlteniselves for President and Vice President of tKtisrW States 1S92 When the Taylor brothers announced themselves lor Governor of the State of Tennessee it was deemed most unusual But now we have the curiosity of two sisters announcing themselves for President and Vice President of the United States and what is eveu more remarkable they are residents of England and members of at least one of them the no bility The ticket it is tltought Will be a strong one in the precincts about London Tower Hill Old City Road and Maiden Lane will go solidly for litem but we lear the distinguished ladies will not be elected without a few votes on thts stde of the Atlantic Â¬ was fast gathering hot they have designs AFTKRXOOX SESSION Â¬ 12 Selection ot Seeds A P Farm ley Jeflerwui cmmly 13 Tidweco Jrou jur In the Hurley PWtrict Knox Brown Owen coun Â¬ ty In the Green River District John G Barkley Muhlenburg county 14 Wheat at Seventy cents per Does it Pay Bwebel Richard Wa Â¬ ters Jeflerson couuty 15 Fungus Diseases ot Stone Fruits Prof W II Garman Entomologist ami Botanist of the State Experiment Â¬ Station KVKNINO SBSSinX Â¬ Â¬ 16 Horses and Mules HowloRiise ami Handle for Trofit D J Phillips Bowling Green Ky 17 Cattle The Best Breeds for this Stale N B Dudley L gnu county V I Sam18 Sheep and Swine uels Banlstowu 19 Silo and Eusllace Henry M Lyle Shelby county 20 Orchard for Family and Market Â¬ 2 Embracing the Ferlili7ation valureof the Bitrnyaid Manure Clover etc and Commercial Fertilizers For general ilfcusioii sion 26 Monopdiea What Legislation do We are jure that our friend Walton must have been been suf we need to Protect tn aKahiat their Eu fering wi h a violent attack croaclimeuts Dr J D Clardy Chris of poor information when he tian county Â¬ Â¬ The National Editorial Association is not composed of the leading editors of lite country and the object of its meeting seems more for t lie benefit of tltose who lore to dead head on railroads and communities than for any special benefit to the profes Â¬ J C Alexander Warren county 21 Small Fruits For Family Gir A HW MAX HXE WRONG M B Morton Logan couuty den Kew Varieties A D Webb Warren The Stanford Journal whose county editor ought to know better makes TIIIKD DAY this announcement 22 Election of Oflkers 23 1jtfMurerutid Managing C M Ilaiiua Shelby county 24 How can we Improve our Coun- SinK Â¬ try Social Life Hopkiosville Dr V M Metcalfe Â¬ wrote the above The members of the National Associntion stop at the hotels and pay their own hills a thing that the members of tlie Kentucky Press Association have never done until the last two meetings The members of the National Association pay transportation prices ranging from one fare to two full fares for the roond trip while the members of the Kentucky Press Association never pay a cent The National Association is always given a ban quet and an excursion The Ken tucky Press Association is always given a banquet and an excursion It seems to hs that the dead head principle is a little bit in favor of our State Association and rom observation we find that our Slate Association is conducted about like all other State Associations As to the other idea put forth by the Stanford Journal to wit that lite National Association is not composed of the leading edit ors of the coflutry we have this te say If he moans that the editors Of tlie country papers who atend the National Association are not among the most prominent then the gentleman is mistaken If lie means the leading editors of the great city dailies then he is silly Those big editors of big city papers do not attend their tate Associations For in Â¬ stance Mr Watterson has not at-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 27 How to Restore Worn Soils H Stewart Hardin couuty J County Court and ou Mr Isaac Pear son the trustee holding the -- 20000 Judge Lindsay has called a meeting bands of the county Iu the reply or of the Son of the Revolution nt Louis- Â¬ answer if Mr Pearson avers that ho holds the 90000 In escrow the quesville to iTay by Iho At Aberdeen Miss a largely attend Â¬ tion will have to be determined belong ed convention of ex Confederate sol Cuurt as to whom the bonds opIe of this coun- Â¬ diers opened Sepiembej 4th Its object the railroad or the ty or rather whether or not lhe prom Â¬ Is to organize an association repre ful- Â¬ renting all the States that furnished ises of Col B H Young have been filled The report that the County troops to tlie Southern Confederacy witli a view of the collection and Court had brought suit against tlie road to recover the 10o000 in bonds is uot preservation of data and personal re- Â¬ true Harrodsburg Sayings collections of the war The Pio6ulalor8 of Louisville are a dipt II I Todd and wife celebrated their golden wedding on Tuesday race of people not to be fouud iu other eveniug last They were the recipi part of the globe When there was ents of many handsome presents sml mere talk of pipiug natural gas here the occasion was a happy anil joyous and he greatest doubt about the presone to all present They received the sure being sufficient to moke It availa- Â¬ congratulations of every one in this ble there was the liveliest soramble for community who wish them a long life stocks at almost any price asked of pleasure and happiness Frankfort Wll lhe pipe lines reached our sfreets and a wonderfully satisfactory display Argus of the burning gas with great pressCol D R Collier received his com- Â¬ ure was made one night Next morn Â¬ mission on Tuesday as Surveyor of the ing you couldnt find a gas stock buyer Port at Louisville and took charge in the city And now that the gas is Wednesday His subordinate officials served to factories and dwellings most taken from this county are Geo R successfully It would be easier to sell Bradley Wm Berkele Jr Wm McC stocks of some wildcat scheme to In Â¬ Johnston and his frou W H Collier troduce lunar lights than lo sell nat The Colonel has used good judgment ural gas slock at its value Its no in making his appointments as these longer 11 speculation and they dont boys are both worthy and competent waut it Farmers Home Journal Iaucaster News Benj Jacobs aged 18 years who was Mrs Angela Ruconi sakl to be one acting as fireman on a train on the of the richest women in Kentucky Georgetown Versailles railroad was frightened to death by a ghost was distributing lumber along that walked Dightly iu a store at Belle which vue Ky Mrs Rusconi wont to see lhe the road met with a horrible death specter and when it appeared she drop Friday afternoou just after leaving the ped dead A thorough investigation Georgetown Depot The accident oc- Â¬ proved the ghostly vi itor to be the re- curred as the train was passing through cut south of town On account of flection from an electric light some dis the a defective flue or the bursting of a away Clipper tance plug iu the fire box the cab in which J T Jones a ha Jacob was seated was rapidly filling mysteriously disappeared Tju days with steam and to escape being scald Â¬ ago lie went from Nicholasville hail a ed to death as is supposed Jacobs check cashed at Danville and left for jumped through lhe cab window strik Â¬ his home In Garrard county He was ing a rocky embankment and fell back wilii a stranger in a road wagon and along side the track his right arm was reooguized by a Miss Green on across the track The engiue was stop Dix River late the eveniug he left as soon as possible but the uufor Danville He is supposed to have had tuuate man was dead when his friends on Ids person when lie left Danville be reached him Georgetown Times tween 700 and 1000 Xichulasville Aunt Celin Doughty aged 85 year Journal step mother of Mr James F Doughty Gen Dukes proposition for lhe or- Â¬ with wiiom she makes her iiome after ganization of a constabulary force af- pulling ollone of her shoes anil laying ter the order of the Texas Rangers for it tpon a shelf stepped out lust Sunday service in the lawless mountain whih evening As soon as the situation was ties of Kentucky will meet with ikhi discovered the family was so alarmed lar favor it Morgans risht ann will that they smhi gave the alarm to the pledge himself in advance to take the neighborhood and in a very short time command After all the railroid Is to not less than fifteen men were out prove the peace ioneer in thit wild hunting for her and continued the section but as Gen Duke has consid- search until midnight wheu they were erable expiereuce pulling with lhe driven in by a heavy rain Search was locomotive he is the very man to head instituted early next morning and after a force to clear the track Henderson a few hour search she was found in an News old briar field about 1000 yards from Among the diMinguithed visitors the lioufe Wheu found she was bare this week is Hon Belvard J Peters footed the only part of her foot gear Ex Chief Justice of the Court of Ap remaining on her was a portion of one jieals Judge Peters was born iu Fau slocking leg while her other clothing quier county Va In 1805 came to wax torn almost to pieces by the briars Woodford with his father iu 1I9 and and busbefc and t lie was nearly frozres ided here until 1S27 when he em- en having remained out iu the rain ail barked in the practice of law at ujglit London Echo Owingfcville Bath county The Judge Bib IngersoII Infidel Bob has though mm S4 years old is straight as broken out in the newspapers again an arrow and has the appearance of a and is getting such an amount of free well preserved man of 70 indeed there advertising it is shrewdly suspected are few men of 70 so bright and active that he is preparing for another lectur Versailles Sun ing tour this winter His funeral ora By virtue of au agreement with he lions are as good advertisements as Kate Claxtons escapes from fire or Board of Aldermen of Frederick City Md Col G W F Vernon of B dii Clara Mori is lost Jewels or Maud more will undertake the work of col Â¬ Grangers dresses or Fanny Daven Â¬ lecting from tlie National Government ports marriages but his manager has the war tax amounting to 200000 added another story for fall consumpwhich was levied upon Frederick by tion It is related that an emigrant tlie Confederate General Early iti 1SC1 delegation from Syria detained at Cas uitlen fell on their knees and This claim for reimbursement is con tle sidered a jort one inasmuch as the city prayed devoutly before a picture of In geraol believing it to be a portrait of was entitled to national protection which it did not receive and the al Â¬ St Peter This Is the most ingenious ternative iu case ot non payment of tlie and eI cive of all Hih free advertising Mini levied is tlie threatened destruc Â¬ lie has receive through the press fur it uot only keeps his name widely tion of the town spread before the people but also ex- Â¬ A Bowling Green lady whose age wa becoming rather uncertaiu had a cites their curiosity to go and so the mortifying expiereuce with the use of living model of the great ajiostle Even Â¬ paint and powder ueed to restore van Â¬ those who are captivated by his burn ished rhetoric must admit that he ishing lieauty The cosmetic used was knows how to turn his infidelity to his found to contain nitrate of silyrand pecuniary profit arsenic After she was made sick from its use she went to Crittenden Springs FARMERS to try the effect of the water and bulbs CONCERNING Unfortunately for her peace of mind Eight thousand persons were at the the ulphur iu the water noted upon Shelby ville Fair Thursday aud Fii the nitrate of silver and she becume day too black to pass as a mulatto She A Georgia man has a possum farm has now gone to a New York ftmilar ium where she may have to remain a and it pays well He has at present year until the black wears oil Owen3 700 possums boro Messenger The Minneapolis mills turned out Congratulate my children I will 133380 barrels of flur for the week stand by them is the telegram Hon ending August 31st P B Thompson Jr sent from Wash A C Robinson has sold to E W ington D C when he heard last Lee 33 1050 pounds New York cattle Thursday that his son Mr Garnett for SI 50 Lancaster News Thompson and Miss Lizzie Younjj one T Corwin Anderson of Monlgomery of the handsomest ami most accomp Â¬ county owing to ill health will sell lished young ladies of Jessamine had married The bride and groom arrived hid entire herd of shorthorns here Saturday uigbt and met a warm The Futurity Stakes at Sheepshead welcome at the Thompson mansion Bay worth 554000 was won Jon Wed- Â¬ After the honeymoon the young couple nesday by W L Scotts Chaos will take up their permanent residence R L Salter bought last week In in the Natioual Capital when Mr Casey county twenty one Thompson will resume his practice of cotton mules about 15 hands high for law in partnership ith his father 115 per head aud one saddle and two Harrodeburg Sayings harness horses at from 100 to 175 A terrapin with the name of Smith Danville Advocate Rowsey carved upon tlie shell was Five dollars and slroug was the found a few days ago on the farm of quotation for the best cattle at Chicago Mr G A Benedict on lhe Lancaster last week This will please the few who pike If the Iale Mr Rowsey did the produce lhe best but NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ terest Iu Proctor Knott Tlie wlnnetiof last years Junior Champion aud Futurity Slakes along wiUi Hindoocraft and others was sold yes terday at public auction in New York Knott was bought for 17100 by lhe Â¬ Come-tn-Ta- w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scoggan Bros of Louisville who al Â¬ ready owned a half interest In him Hiudoocraft sold for 11700 and Come-to-Tofor 5250 Courier Journal The new crop of wheat Is leaving the couuty by average weekly shipments J C of 2000 bushels per week Johnson of Danville bought of vari ous parties iu the county fifty head of feeding steers at 8 to S cents Lee Cochran bought of Yankey Peters at private sale 75 choice ewes at about 4 per head During the last week Yankey Peters have securad Iu small lols some 50 lo 00 good feediug hogs at from 4 to 4 cents Springfield News w Â¬ mand outgrows the supply relatively ANNOUNCEMENTS as the home consumption gradually We are antiortltoannonnce the perjonn overtakes production wheat growTug name are fotinU below Tor thooQicra may yet become a far more profitable wiose Indicated subject to tho action of the Demoludustry than it is now or than it ever cratic party has been European economic writers FOB COUNTY JODOE foresee the Inevitable expansioriof the JOHN C CIISNAULT lii the demand home consumption United Slates and they appreciate the FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY situation so well and so thoroughly that J A SULLIVAN they openly advocate the development FOK SHERIFF of India or any other wheat growing J W DALES country that promises to grow enough wheat to supply Europes needs wtien FOU COUNTY CLERK the American supply shall bo needed 1 L WHILL Mean- Â¬ for the American demand FOR JAILER while wheat growing iu America remains a great industry lhat shows no JOHN F WAGERS signs of decadence and that proml es JAMES C LACKEY SAMUEL niaUERHTAFF great things for the future American THOMAS 8 KBRRKLL Farmer A J MIOADDUS V- Â¬ Â¬ YOUR PR TO EXAMINE K x ft IS BEQUESTED At Our Place THE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE Dcafucss Cant 15c Cured W MAUFIN JOHN CURRY UKOUUE Â¬ The accounts of the Central Ky Fair Associ ition having all been audited and settled lhe Advocnte is now ena- Â¬ bled to give the public the exact state- Â¬ ment of how tlie Fair of 18S9 panned out Three thouand dollars wero given iu stakes and purses for the trots and two thousand dollars awarded in premiums in the rings and floral hall Seventy five hundred dollars were the lotal receipls and 165589 represents the net profits for the four days Dan- Â¬ ville Advocate Â¬ Â¬ There seems to be no end of organi Â¬ zations iu which farmers are to be bound together for their own protection and good The latest is The Farmers Federation a Kansas scheme They each have a special object uud this one seems lo be born to especially save the wheat growers from extortion by tlie trade aud secure for him a price for Ida grain iiat wilt leave him a profit - A call is made for a convention of all wheat growers producing 500 bushels or more at St Louis Oct 23d Home Â¬ Â¬ By local application as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf 11 ess and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by au iuliamed con- Â¬ dition of the mucus lining of tlie Eus lachain Tube When this tube gets iuliamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing aud when it is entirely closed Deafness Is the re ult and unless the inflamation can be taken out aud this lube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are by catarrli which is nothing but an inflamed condition of lite mucus surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars caused by for any case of Deafness calarrh lhattwecan not cure by tatt ing Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free FOK ASSESSOR WILLOUQHBY WJ HARVEY IL TUDOR JOEL TEM DRY CONWAY COZIER A J- - LATEST STYLES HEW B GOODS a AND AT k FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT J V HARRIS M RS A T MILLION rices V 11 J FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR A O WILLIAMSON 8PARRISH OUR ASSORTMENT OP s HIRTS HGAHCHEHAyLTS COLLAECUFFSiulIiERli Â¬ is tlie most eomplete ever olfered in this city Â¬ F J CHENEY Toledo Ohio 12 15 Sold by Druggists 75c OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright Journal Dr P W Lozau has bought 230 acres of the farm of Mr T J Foster lying on the Stanford and Milledgeville pike at 70 It is very fine land and has a large brick house and other substantial improvements Dr Logan will move to it October and Mr Foster will more than likely come to town to live By the purchase of this pl ice it comes again into tlie Hooker fumily Mrs Logans father having owned it years ago and built tlie houe at a cost of over 10000 Sun ford Journal Louisville ByOlover Tobacco Ware House Market Tobacco Durrett Louisville ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sales on our market for the past week juut closed amount to 2593 hhd with receipts for the same period 2S5S hhds Sales 011 our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 91153 hhds Sales of the crop of 18S8 to date amount to 07718 hhds WE CAltRY NONE BUT THE 1 The dry weather which was begin Â¬ ning to call forth much complaint from tobicco growers was terminated this week in five days of abuudaut Â¬ ruins and it is now thought that much damage has been done to that part of and hs our stock is not large we are the crop which was about ready for the knife this being especially true of continually renewing it nud therefore tlie hurley section The offerings of our stock ii ALWAYS FRESH We burley have been very large Another record was smashed at the week Mild there is no change again this to note iu Westchester track New York Aug prices from lust week 27 when Hiudoocraft easily beat Cas Tlie following quotations fairly rep siu Bessie June etc iu the Owners resent our markeUou Burley tobacco 1 rash Dark aud damaged tobacco Handicap a mile and five furlongs 2 50 to 100 and in consequence our prices are Still there is a great difference between Colory Trash 450 to 750 seventy five pounds on Hindoocraft Common Lugs not colory 4 00 to and he 115 pounds which Exile car- Â¬ 6 00 Colory Lugs SS 00 to 1100 ried when he made the best on record Common Leaf 800 to 13 00 24SJ at Sheepoliead liiy September Medium to good leaf 1300 to 1800 11 1886 Hiudoocraft ran tho same 18 00 to Select or wrappery leaf distance In 243 and though the per- Â¬ 83 00 2TGive us one trial and you will formance iu itself Is not a great one it be convinced Local Produce Markets stamps Hiudoocraft as well worth the CL1ENAULT IIAGAN 12000 which his owners expect that CORKECTFU WEEKLY 11 Y COVINGTON 15RO GROCERS MAIN 20 ARNOLD be will bring at the forthcoming sale 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 can not be excelled in sizes prices colors and CO 00 BEST GOOBS OUR IINE OF HOSIERY Buy anfl SeMor Cash We cany the Best Brands of Hats in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet OUB MERCHANT TAILORING Exceedingly Low DEPRTMEHT is perfect in every equipment we invite inspection of goocls and prices Men Boys and Children will find just what they want and We are at iheir own price in our GL0THING DEFARTWEHT STREET RICHMOND KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carving himself and the little animal The eubj cts will be called in the order named Where the member ap pointed to prepare a paper is uot pres- Â¬ ent or lias sent no paper the subject will be discussed by the Institute It Is especially recommended that the esiayi3l8 prepare their papers care- Â¬ fully in advance of the meeting and tbould they not be able to be present to mall them to Secretary Farmers Institute Bowling Green Â¬ was near his place nhen he did it it had wandered over 10 miles from hom6 In the 22 years since that individual bit the dust Mr Roey belonged to the notorious family of Rowseys vrhich for a long time held Ihis i ection in ter- Â¬ ror He was killed by a tquad of mili Â¬ tia in 1S67 sent here lo lake him drntl or alive so if he wrote his name on the terrapins Iwck It must have bepir prior to that concluding event iu a lawless life Stanford Journal PRIMARY ELECTION unanimously ordered by the Committee of Madison county that a poll be opened at the legal place of voting in eaoh of the Dis- Â¬ tricts of Madison couuty on Saturday Oatober 12 1SS between 7 oclock a m and 6 oclock P M for the purpose of nominating a Democratic cadidate for County Judge County Attorney bherifL Jailer County Clerk Superin tendeutof Schools AssessorCoroner and Surveyor to be voted for at August elec- Â¬ tion 1809 At said primary nil Demo Â¬ crats who have heretofore acted wllu the Democratic party ami young men who thall arrive at age before August election I860 and who agree to sup port the nominees of the party fchal be C D Cjienault entitled to vole Mrs M J Miuoque ami childeii fur Aug C 18S6 Chairman Shelby county sued the Lsuitrville 9 17 Southern Railroad Company and got a Do uot be irrduced to take some other judgment for 10000 To sfourtf the preparation when you call fjr Hooda payment of the same a garnlslie has EareaparJHa Be sure to get HoWe- beeu served on Judge J W Huies ifc personal representative vi the lfercer which Is peculiar Is It Democratic Â¬ Â¬ Minnesotas new law whieJi makes drunkenness a mlsdemcadur has prov Â¬ ed very satisfactory for the two months that it has been in force A local newspaper says There has bean a marked dlrainuation of the number of arrfsts for drunkenness iu St Paul as compared with the corresponding period of last year The rigors of the new law are reserved lor those who commit the offense for a bird lime and only two such cases have ooeijrred since it went Into force The hw is founded upon common sense and presents a favorable contrast in lliti res- Â¬ pect with prohibition which regards the druukurd as an irresponsible per- Â¬ son and vitdts all Us penalties jipon the6eller I Â¬ - Oats per bushel 300400 Orchard Grass 75 1 German Millet 50 The farmers of Central Kentucky Timothy Seed 2 25 have no reason lo complain this year Clover Seed 75 Wheat has produced splendidly mauv Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed 50205 fields averaging 40 to 45 bushel 1 00 Red top seed Hemp owing to frequent rains has Sweet Potatoes 75 also done finely and the croji is large Irish Potatoes 25 Corn never was better and the same can Iia said of tobncco which some LIVE STOCE MABKET BSPOET By GREENE EMBRY farmers are now cutting There is little prospect of this crop being naught Livestock Commission Merchants at Ctncln null Union Stock Ynnls ami Covington by frost as it was last year Tlie oat Stock nrUs crop has not done so well owing lo Cincinnati Ohio September 9 iSSg several causes On account ot the big SHIPPING CATTLE growing crop old corn Is bringing but Good to Extra 4 oo 4 25 200 per barrel the lowest price ever Fair to Good 3 50 3 75 known here at this time of year but Common and Rough 2 50 2 7 is bound o advance soon 3 35 3 50 Wheat Is Good to Extra Oxen 2 75 3 00 selling at 70 cents considering the Fair to Good Oxen 2 00 2 25 Common and Rough quantity of the old crouton hand and BUTCHER CATTLE tlufnew plant All in all the farmers Good to Extra I3 751 4 00 of this sectiou have little cause for Fair to Good 3 65 3 50 3 oo 3 25 complaint Providence lias been kind Extra Fat Steers 2 75 Fair 3 00 lo them and It is in order for them to Good to Good Steersto Extra Cows 2 40 2 75 do a little praying as a recognition of Fair to Good Cows 2 25 2 00 Gods goodness to them Transcript I 25 21 50 Common Cows 1 25 I 00 Rough Cows and Oxen The first sale of cotton mules this BULLS season was made by Col J Sv 8 Rid Â¬ Best Shipping 2 75 2 6o 2 40 2 25 Best Bologna ley last week He sold to GentryBros 2 20 2 oo of Lexington Ky 256 cotton mules to Fair Bologna Feeders 1 90 2 10 Fair to Good be fed until let January next for the Common and Thin 1 25 1 00 round sura of 32035 Of the number FEEDERS AND STOCKERS sold 43 belonged to Webb Ridley Jr Good Extra Steers 3 25 3 50 3 25 3 oo On lhe day of this sale Col Ridley de- Â¬ Fair to Good Steers 2 25 2 00 livered to F M Gentry for O P Al Good to Extra Heifers 1 75 Common and Thin Stockers 1 25 ford 113 head of mules which iiad been COWS AND CALVES bought some three mouths siuce for Best Grades 40 oo45 00 25000 This sale is one of unusual in- Â¬ Fair to Gorfd 30 oo35 00 15 oo25 00 terest to mule markets every where It Common 6 00 is the first trade of the season and Best Veal Calves Fair to Good 5 75 5 50 taking place between Col Ridley who Common and Heavy 4 50 3 00 is the largest feeder in the South and HOGS Gentry Bnn who are very extensive Select Butchers 4 25 4 20 dealers it establishes a price for tlie Fair to Good Packers 4 15 4 20 Good to Extra Lights 00 4 25 season and will mure or less control Light Pigs 3 25 3 75 the remark other buyers and sellers just as the SPRING LAMBS common slufl low and weak wont market quotations control the price of 6 00 Extra- 5 75 please the many who market that cotton Gentry Bros own stables in kind Farmers Home Journal Richmond Va and Lexington Ky There will be no horse show made by and are very large and liberal buyers the National Horse Show Association Their purchases from Col Ridley every year are upwards of 50000 Columbia of New York this year The Madisou SO Square Garden building where the Teuu Herald Aug shows were held Is being lorn down Observers who do not observe aseit The Association expects to have a show that the culture of wheat in the Uuied iu the new building next year Far- Â¬ States has passed lis climax that it will mers Home Journal steadily decrease in the next few years as it profitable occupation it Wheat is selling in the Lebanon and that no longer leads sas the Milling niarket from fifty to seventy cents pi r World Let us see This country has bushel and Imyers claim that there Is now about 05000000 inhabitants The agrenter variety on the market this consumed by them averages season than they ever knew on ac- wheat about 360000000 bushels annually count of the crop being damaged We raise a surplus of from 80OC0C00 lo There are hardly any two crops just 120000000 bushels a year on our prealike Lebanon Standard sent acreage Taking the latler figure W H Hall Shelby ville Ky sold at as a basis for calculation mid allowing Shelby Fair this week the premium olir population to increase 2 per cent Shorthorn heifer and a year by natural in dense and immi Â¬ sweepstake over ajl beef breeds to gration how long will it be before we Sou of Meroer for SI75 will need every bushel of our no ex Ooleman Tho Chief Kenaon tor tho great suc cess ol Hoods SarsaparllU Is found In tho The heifer was sold again same day ported surplus to feed our own people artlclo Itself It Is merit that xrlns and tho to Mr A H Bivens of Indiana for Tho Increase in populitlon will be tact that Hoods SanapanUa actually ac about 1500000 anuually balling for 200 Farmers Home Journal corapllshcs what is claimed lor It Is whsl has given to thU medicine a popularity and about 7500000 bushels of wheat more Copt T D English auctioneer reÂ¬ epoli year to feed the new consumers sale greater than that ot any other sarsapa- ports a lrge crowd Monday and a Even If the increase culled for only good demand for high grade cattle 6000000 bushels more each year we Hoods Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula Salt Only one lot of calves sold at 295 will have overtaken our 120000000 RheuiH and all Hcmow fiyspepsta Side Horses were also In demand and bushel surplus In twenty years In tleadache Biliousness overcemes That brought prices ranging from 75 to other words iu 1900 the United Slalea Tired Feeling creates an Appetite strengths ens theTerves builds up the Whole System 125 Only a few mules sold but sowing only the preseut acreage to Iloada Snrsapnrllla is sold by all drug brought good prices Hrrodsburg wheat will have no surplus for Great Slsts 81 six for 6 TraredbyCIHooa Co Apothecaries Lowell Hau Sayings Britain or any oilier country It is 29 29 Sam Bryant do longer owns an in easy to understand that as the de merce 1 Harvesting is in progress throughout lhe province of Manitoba Tlie weather has been favorable for opoialious iu tlie harvest fields aud there seems reason to bvlieve that the entire erbp this year will escape frost Il will txUo giade high Reports received indicate a more hopeful condition of things than existed a month ago but the aggregate yield niu1- ol necessity be small when the large creage under cultivation and tlie capabilities are taken into consideration There seems good reason to believe however that lhe jield will iqual if not exceed lhat of lust year Journal of ComÂ¬ Richmond Ky Reef Cattle Butcher Sept 3 1SS9 Â¬ - Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter t 50 Chickens Egg Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 fis ltn ill Tallow Beeswax 2lKc 4fyz 142150 12c 15c GORMLEY SiOSlES I 75 J 5o5 2 75 1 6oft5 00 ioc Feathers Meal - CO conW C GORMLEY 750ioo tinue in their elegant house cor40c ner of Main and Second Streets jr9 Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Ilcrnuon as a drug store Â¬ Â¬ If Willi prepared to furnish you wi a complete outfit and know vill do it if you are a man of taste and consult your own terests As we cant mention everything call and see yourself vi in- Â¬ for COYIMTd MITCHELL k 213 West Main Street Richmond Â¬ 3lc i5oc 200 50oyjoc Sales T and Harness Â¬ iiuho N u Li Xt MADE TO ORDER of the Lest materials and by the best work- men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits THE RESULT IS GOOD THS PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED -- Â¬ Bridles Trace Chains Hamo Strings and everything else belonging to a complete SadA dlery and Harness Shop specialty of Fancy AS ITS SERVANT- - Â¬ Hi Light Road Track Harness JiStrengs Aim js Accomplished everdid before Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buf- Â¬ falo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to f 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED 41 40 Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object was to gvc the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have sold more goods in the last month than we The C fribution was great We have added new friends to our numerous cl ones We will not stop until every man woman and child that bn 5 goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer aad to accompl this there will be HO LET UP fiirg m THE BARGAIN s lgySjgagggl3- jjfc we shall continue to offer lo the public Commercisi Cheapest Go8gGrK0oToE5f Tfi Best Business College irtke World over nishmit Honor ami Gold 3IilalSystem all otliiTlolloireaal llor ft j xmUioi torEducationof jiook- - lierptiitj and rrnrral jvtttf Nearly VO student In attendance the past year 10000 from 39 State anil Korelpn Countries GmhvUrs in Jfiw II Teachers employed Course conbu of Boolc keeplne Uostn Arlthmettr lenraanshln Commercial Iaw Merehindiln Ranklwc Joint Stock Man tifacturinc Lecture Hosnci ITactlce Ac RrCotorFulI Bml stationery and nmCiiunr Including Tuition H UShort-Iian-- I lloapt In a nlr fAmllv about ToIcjrraily are Ts norrrillnx ppcialtlr havo Kneclal teachers and rooms and can i- - ttken alnn or with the ntnlness Coune BSTJJnwlnl Drpartrarrtf for mllem No charce lor pro Lady Principal Kmplovol xuring situation CJSfa Vwntlon- - inter now For Circular address 1YUmil B KMITlt 1 rca Lexington Ky 9 22 Bear in Mind that H J Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains f We have in the last few days made many new purchases at our cwa price THE PUBLIC WILL GET THE BENEFIT s1 t IF YOU WANT A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen Sataon Gingham or Calico I n the one you want to seo J Civil A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENGINEER Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ Surveys made for Railways Turnpikes Roadways Estimates Riven c Farm drainage Town liOtu laid ofF If you want any Domestics I am the one you wank to see If you want any Oottonades Towols Linom or anything in thelry Goods line I am the one you want to see If you want a good Suit of Olothos for a Man Boy or Ofaild I am e t one that will it you Â¬ GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given lo topographical maps and plats of farms and other lands Correspond- Â¬ ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lands in mountain comi- Â¬ ties of Keuiucky JtSOnice City Hall RieliraondKy 9- - If you want any Shoos Slippers or anything for foot wear I am the want to see If you want a Hat I can Hat you If you want a Carpet Lam your OarpetMan one yon two-year-i- ld If you waut any Elannel fix you Otfor Sbirls or Underwear ef any kind I W Â¬ SHU HI FOE SILL For Prices I refer you to my locals found elsewhere in this prpr will do Merit Wins ffiJSyS We wish to sell privately 51 ACRES as a sample good iiliie jiwt9 laud In Madiau coun- Â¬ ty ou Four Mile road nud Ford and Good Goods Otter rreekpike milu from Ford NEW COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS kitchen nnd porch Smoke bouse and other houses Quod well at door two springs for stock Young orchard of choice frulta 8s - Polite Clerks ani aroany inducement dont fnil to come to the itUi BAKGAIN SALE which now begins of what I If Low Prices v J BTVE IRVINE Ford Ky H J STRENG 52 Main Street Richmond Ky j - IilHI - ijim lwi -- W w JJTlflfTflWHf THE CLIMAX EPS ESP AY The Trlbtle Rentin- - home place went to Mr Moore or Boyle county MT C T Wells eot the Mflltr c Court house Jri- place Tkntv of fofl a ad Mr Andy McGulre the Tenia avniDt- place The others re rented the portions they had last year Ballard Robinson Central University opens to day with a the oh Tribble place W R McDowell ndance g3oJ alu the Estill place Mr Dan Terrill the - Rogers LaJics please observe Mrs Lee Mauplace The total amount for rent tke ai linerv wasless than last year Have a Larf ee Our ckhwrKusre to have a treat In ths rr e7 L csent of the sesteti wW take wiay of amusement Friday night at thij Court house The Weston Musical and rjci at tlic Coswt boyse Friday night w1- AWo Lc SETT it 18S9 The stSS acres of Tribble land rented J B Heuthrnan sold last week forty on last Thursday at good prices THe acres of land known as the Slrother Mil Â¬ Heal Estate Sold PERSONAL but his father Isaac in New Mexico and his grandfather Abraham in New 7ew Jier Co have received a consign Â¬ cr of pottery y cf t Tipton -- Specialty Combination introducing Frank Weston Mollie Weston and Uh comical r Liliputian Family in a laughing ami A large stage w to bit iltiMren to see the LiJijmtian pleasing program erected which vill be fitted up with ap Â¬ at tlic Court house Frieoy night propriate scenery and a general gooc n a Roller MiNs with aH the im time is expected The press speak in tlu cnts possible started ap again last highest terms of the performance Re member Friday night has seW to James Martin Creek a pair of nmles lor Xio escarsioa A- - fi je the romd trip wiH A Problem K I the Lancaster News writes the following child of Johst Chrictopher that which is Meratly tree yet Bounds impos He sible weel was the ninth to die John Maret an old resident of Garrard 11 lung county died about twenty two years ago in the same house where he was born in k on the livery stable of Parrish r iam corner Third smA Irvine Lincoln county Va he was raised In is progressing Lincoln county Ky lived for a number of years in Madison county Ky died in Baldwin oners hie ware- 1 horaik M Garrard county Ky and neven at any coal arA lumber yard and tenant time moved from the house where he was c lor sale privately Â¬ Tim J to CinciMMti be run m The Paint Lick correspondent of born M c- - Elizabeth P Boyd lor many a resident of Richmond is M at lier She is S3 years oW near Waco want to laugh go to the Court FriJay night and see Prank and Wuon and the Lthputian Family 11 K r - c at the month of Tates Creek beptemher aSth Boating fili- Â¬ ng dancing croquet and a big T Fox has bought of Mr G - the tatters residence on 4th next to the Christian church for l r ggs has sold pigs at 1350 go to Laurel Clay Jackson an J other counties in that part n Thirty Days at Hani Labor Richmond is infested whh a lot ofboyu who loaf about the streets fttss fight impede the progre uf busy people and make themselves generally troublesome On Monday Ben Francis John Bron- ston Bob White and Rayford Rodeo colored were arrested and taken before the Police Court charged with maintain ing nuisances as above set forth They ere found guilty and sentenced to hard labor for thirty days They now have something to do thanks to Judge Rice City Attorney Moberley Marshal Feeny and all others concerned in the arrest and conviction Other arrests and convictions will dottbtless follow as the lead ers have Hot been apprehended Let the good work proceed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr H B Dillingham has gone East to land buy goods Now here is Col Win Harris out here over the river at the mouth of Tates Mr P G Powell of Lexington was at Waco and here is Col Al Williams Creek to Wasson Son of Woodford here last week down at Red House ami both arc concounty for 3500 Recently Mr Heath But suppose they Capt T A Elkin of Garrard was firmed old bachelors man sold to Messrs Wawon a piece of had got married about twenty years ago here last week this property for a planing mill saw mill and that both were now widowers with a brickyard c That trade was cancelled Miss Mary Nealc has gone to Cincin grown daughter each And novf suppose and the Wassons now take the whole nali to school each married to Hie others daughter placek They will proceed to Creel ah Mr Ki Oldham has returned to Ar- - Then they would be each others father-in-laextensive plant and Each girl would be Mr Heathman after selling out bougnt kansaw to school her fathers law and her the farm of Mr Tom Samuels on Jolly Mr L H Willis of Nicliolasvillc own because Ridge 115 acres for 3500 was here last week bhc would be the step mother of the other m Mr J B StoufTer is in the cities buying girls husband and at the tame time his At the Paris Fair Good thins they never got daughter Bull 3 and over T S Moberley Rich- Â¬ a fall stock of clothing mond Mr S B White is in New York buy- Â¬ married Bull 3 and under 3 Wm Warfield ing fall and winter goods Could this have been the editor of the Lexington Mr L W Hooton and wife have gone Devils Lake Inter Ocean f An exchange Bull 1 aDd under 2 T S Moberley j A relate the following We greatly dis- Â¬ to Topek Kansas to live W Wright Son Paris like to find fault with any customs of our Mr Tomlinson of the Palace is in the beautiful little city says a Dakota editorJ Bull 1 year old S Moberley Wm cities purchasing dry goods Warfield but we must nevertheless insist that Cow 3 and over T S Moberley Mr Chas Stewart of Maysvillc was people keep their swine out from under Lewis Vanmeler Lexington our printing office Whille engaged at was in Richmond last week Cow 2 and under 3 T S Moberley our desk writing our leader on The Sta- Â¬ Miss Rclla F Harber is visiting Miss pr and cer bility of Our Territorial Institutions one Cow 1 and under 2 Jas L Patterson Jesse Williams of Cynthiana df Senator McBrides raior backed hogs Broadwell Wm Warfield Mrt Lane of the K C and his wife are humped up his spine and began scratching There were 10 entriest stopping at the St Nicholas his back on the beam under the floor Cov calf under 1 A W Wright Mrs Lee Maupin is in Cincinnati pur- Â¬ jarring the whole building and making it Son Jas L Patterson necessary for us to stop our work on the chasing a fall stock of millinery Sweepstakes open to the world for editorial crawl under our office and welt Mr Benson Cobb left for Tennessee the critter along the side with a column all pure beef breed of cattle yesterday afternoorrto buy sheep Bull 2 and over Wm Warfield rule This interruted our train of thought Cow 2 and over T S Moberley Miss Sally Shackelford attended Miss and the editorial is not what we wished it Bull under 2 T S Moberley to be Mary Purnells debut party at Paris Cow under 2 Wm Warfield tj C Crooks has returned ready Prof Herds of cattle I RELIGIOUS Bull and three cows 2 and over T S Tor the opening of Central IJniVcrsity Rev L II Blanton will preach at Moberley W T Ogden 6T Winchester spent a Bull and three heifers tinder 2 Jas L few days of last week in the city on busi- Â¬ Ford Sunday morning at tl oclock Patterson- ness One addition at Baptist church this Co pnd IWo of her calves regardless place last Wednesday night Immersion Mr Edgar C Boggs left last Fridny to of ownership Frank Hall Paris attend the Commercial College at Lex to night after prayer meeting lion place at crossing of the new railroad Â¬ son-in-la-- f A DITTY TO YODRSELF H 0 Haynes sent from Laurel coun- Â¬ ty in 1888 for two years for malicious It is surprising that people will use a The ladies of the Christian church will shooting and wounding N B Taylor common ordlnarvpill when they can secure a Valuable English one for the give a supper and promenade Concert sent from Pendleton county in 18S8 same money Dr Ackers English Friday night the 13th for the benefit of for three years pillsnreajxMafoe care for aick4iead They are the church The supper will be given in The Cahaba Coal and Coke Company aclie and all liver troubles and do not easily taken the school house Tickets are selling at of Blocton Ala recently reported as small sweet by W G gripe old White Prescrip 50 and 25 cents The grounds will be preparing to ship coal to the West In Â¬ tlon Druggist beautifully illuminated with Japanese lan- Â¬ dies have according to the Montgom Young man you should have your terns After supper music and recita Â¬ ery Advertiser given contracts lor the This congregation was building of a Targe tug and a number shirts collars and eulfe laundried at tions will follow If organized only recently but now has a of barges fur shipping coal to Havana the new laundry good membership and work has begun oh a Aspluwall aud Central American ports Lai or buys Country Produce Kag3 A good attendance is church building Manufacturers Record 44 17 and Iron expected at the supper and concert The new church is situated in a woodland BORN Tne Steam Laundry has immediately on the road and about half been completed and will do way between the school house and Mc To the wife of Prof J B Harris a your work at the lowest Cords gate daughter Bessie Powell the first child price The purchase by Turpln Brothers of for ten years f tlie Baxter land brightene the prospects Ineure your property in one ofC s- DIED for a turnpike through this community 73 Powells Ten Companies The extension df the Otter Creek turn Jes3ie Fish died at Wildle Itockeaa The new steam laundry is equiped pike to Ford does not materially aid Us tie coUiityj ou Thursday September 5n with every modern improvement and here 1S80 aged 35 years Deeeased was a wants to do your washing tf son ofEb Fisb of Eerea PERKINS JJROOKSTOWN Â¬ WSm ElaSfi 5Ssgiii Qscjjwi j jL ir 0 - V wrnimmmm NEW i Little George son of John and Nan Died near this place on the night of nie Christopher aged nine mouths Aug 25th Mrs Leroy Haden Her death was very sudden and unexpected died in Richmond Ky ou Thursday and strikes a blow that is felt throughout night September 5th 1888 the neighborhood The bereaved famibr He has gone through the valley of death have the heart felt sympathy of all who To dtfel in the mansions above know them Mourn not dear husband He has left this sorrowing earth son and daughters for our loss is her For a home of joy and peace and love gain Only be prepared to meet her in that bright place where parting is no Like a flower his gentle spirit fted As twilight deepened into night more She was a good woman and loved The messenger came with angel tread by all who knew her And called him to tlie realms of light Mourn not beloved daughters M For the one you loved so well For her Journey Is noV complete1 Andrew Jnctooti Mershon died at Across the nark and stormy waters his homo on Estill Avenue In Rich Only be prepared to meet hrr mond Ky on Friday night SeptemOn tlC bright and welcome shore ber Gth 1SS0 aged B 5 years The In- Â¬ And with the angels sing gladly terment took place in the Richmond Where parting comes no more Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r 5V -- Kfc A fc Whisky Blossoms Rod A 3f JlFT3c OitlOiriOi s Purple Noses oa Boys and Girf q icily retered to Natural Color wtth BcM on Ewth Specific Price One Dollar Tell Talo Faced Ulcerated Hcsos r ii rr r hm ni Lot ii ifm fan eeaetl I will sell to the hinhert aatt As ExectHrix rf D B WUM tto ScadlOcts topaypnaacefcra alltntbotlifKc J j manning us 17 9 uiaxK stuiueago PEOPLE EVERYWHERE Richmond Got The Banner Ceai Company carls It is officially announced that during to announcement elsewhere the firet seven months of the present year Secure your coal white the a subscription of 100000 was raised for - drv the endowment of Central University hi Richmond Ky Two years ago a similar I W Trihhle re rented the H A ferro of 1 joe acres The Colonel amount was raised by concentrated eibrl D urine the last nine class fanner and 1300 acres in two months - tun busy years nearly 1 260000 have becft fcecarcd Marthas Vineyard Summer Institute all within tire tftftmds of Kentucky for Mr II J Streng will leave this after- benefit of the Christian church now build- Â¬ She reports the lectures at this New p blic school in Richmond opened the sfepport and endowment of this insti noon for New York where he will pur- ing at that place Let everybody in that England Assembly as of the highest - pupils and last week reached 103 tution about 10000 of which was given locality attend Tlie ladies of the vicinity order chase a large stock of fall goods Ieik 1 30 are expected A larger by the congregation of the First Presby- are makingal possible preparations - needed Miss Mary Bates Shackelford arrived Prof J B Harris Miss teriS church of Danville who have at Those of the college faculty who have OF HAPPINESS AXlTcoSTESTMBXT At Lewisport Ky the deacons of the spent vacation in the north are gathering here on Monday and will reside with her Dudley and Miss Nannie Har W H Wight of Rogers Ark a the same time given liberally towards the Baptist church have published in the in lresidcnt rairchild and rot w right prominent farmer and stock grower Cannot go hand iu hand if we look on parents Mr and Mrs D Bate Shackelje tne teachers mn endowment of Centre College Tlic effort m r town paper the names of those whose have come ford Treasurer Dodge is expected says that Swiltfc Specific cured him of the dark side of every little obstacle k now being made to raise an additional A H Shirley formerly of this subscriptions to the pastors salary are next week Other teachers will soon tetter of twenty years standing Of Nothing will so darken life ami make Mrs L G Barbour has returned from unpaid 30000 before the end of the year which it a burden as Dyspepsia Aekers it money from Texas the other This is a new wrinkle in church follow course In that time he had a great Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst She finances a visit to her parents in Missouri tocomey Levi Francis a colored will doubtless be successful when Central Hopkinsville Kentuckian says the wonder form ol Dyspepsia Constipation and AS1- Her mother is 74 and found them well t The Fair on Thursday Friday and deal of treatment and hat State and the presumption i UnfVertSty will stand on a very solid basis life a that he did not scratch the llerh Indigestion anil make 25 andhappiness The Presbyterian church at Kirksville Saturday was only moderately successful Danville Advocate her father SS years old 50 cents former proprietor of the Garnett aud pleasure Sold at under the pastoral care of Rev Wm The heavy rain of the first day made it from bis bones S S S cured him by W G White Prescription Drug-gfet- r- in the hotel j business again Mr James Oldham of Foxtown left Crow Uy Lightniax Killed It has made rapid progress within the very uncomfortable The next morning quick and permanently for Missouri yesterday and they do say On last Wednesday lightning struck past year Some months ago Rev I S was damp and threatening so that SaturBarbours efert to Vahe stntkidnt rtiR rYrKriA he wont return precisely as single as lie McElroy assisted Jlillinery Opening Iron H liter for purchasing the pastor in a meeting day was the first fair day of the three Fair oiar compass the house occupied by Mrs Mary Ann Vt Ilrotrnsrerommend It was y hen he left home VhyriciaDa J3 MnrrT of one week and there were 15 additions days r fine instrftmenU fe liste perfect Parrish near the mouth of Tates Creek AT Airs Lee Maupin is iu Cincinnati All dealers Veep it SLW per bottle Genasae Miss Lucy bimms gave a party at to tlie membership Now there is a meet- Â¬ r of stusVuts In the highest in Madison county The lightning ran baa trade aarkawlCToewid red thweeawmpfir purchasing her Fall Stock of Millinery From the shocking tragedy of the kill Paris and an omnibus carrying people ing in progress and up to date Sunday ucs efeheerinrhs borne nearly down the chimney doing considerable She will select nothing but the Moot damage to the arch and jams leaped to home through the rain turned over a Slh there hae been 21 additions Revs ins of A F Groves has crown another Stylish aud the Latest Pattern imit rctimj Only about m Her Twenty five Italians were set to work bank but nobody was seriously hurt the bed demolished it and killed Mrs Evans and Hopper the Synods evangel- Â¬ The slayer escaped from the scene by opening will take place on Tuesday in the Tates Creek Tunnel on Monday barrowing the horse of Jack Elder who Parrish who with her daughter was A receiver in the esw of th Farm Â¬ September 17th Ladies are cordially Mr James Barclay of Missouri is vis ists are there John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ er Nathntal Rank antl other again chanced along iSo one imputes any AUeHpied Saietde seated on the bed The daughter was Henderson has voted SSooo to the iting at Mr invited to call and inspect her stock Irinc ShifHets and Mks President G L Loos presents a very blame to Elder unless it be for fright or carries im- Â¬ W B White I will ou mond Ky rider made a desperate attempt to not hurt The beadstead sat in the cor- Henderson and Bowling Green Railroad Mattie ShifHct has returned from the important side of the great temperance or thoughtlessness But some remarks No trouble to show goods Mum street own life atBereahMvt Wednes ner of the room and had on it a feather mense stocks of Salt Lime problem when he says There is increased activity all along the Paris Fair Cynthiana and elsewhere There is ground more joking than otherwise that lie was opposite Second Presbyterian church - act grew out of the Groves-- l- tick Deceased was a widow aged 55 or line of the new railroad Nicholasville the best Cement and It for rational fear that the temperance sento Miss Minnie Smith and Bettic Arnold guilty of complicity in the crime so prey- Â¬ 60 ears and poor She lived on a piece Hin See Bereft Hems Machinery and Im- Â¬ Beattyville timent is careening over to the side of ed upon him as to unsettle his mind They will left yesterday for Boston of land belonging to Senator Bennett Twenty Nine Town Lots Far Sale More law than gospel is our Last Saturday morning in front of the plements Sulkies Gear and Sifeie S Again There is talk of the Kentucky Central spend the fall and winter at the New legalism Deceased was not related to the large Brooks will sell Mestrs Evans method What the law could not do in stores and in full view of several persons at the J public wonderful trotter added another Parrish family in this county and ve can extending from Livingston to Somerset England Conservatory of Music in that the best line of Groceries in offer at White saleRiehmoml atore bnjo Ky Ma iu that it was weak Christ did by personal he made a declaration of his innocence publicly ou September 17th twenty of sximI tr rier list last Wednesday at not trace her origin a distance of 35 miles Stanford Journal cit3 market ENTIRE STOCK as a whole wwat sacrifice We in our anguish over the and slashed away at his throat with a nine valuable town lots one next to ther rrkU 41Mass She won in three Miss Laura Johnson has removed to Later information says tlie deceased ingof Yesterday the Chesapeake Si Ohio delays and defeats which the cause re- Â¬ razor He was caught before the jugular Baptist church known as Faulconer heats again 119 2jr was named Paris but frequently called began running its freight trains over the Lexington to make that city her home lot two lots with new houses next to How long and impatience was reachsd ceives cry but bled profusely and Ready Hade Cietkiif after a residence here of a number of Parish The was originally a Tatum Louibville Southern Lexington to Louisseizes ipon the law and in its intensity will be confined to his bed for some time Episcopal church nine lots in Crow Lsad SeW years much to the regret of numerous A few minutes later the bam of Sourre ville loses sight of the fact that the law never He is a good citizen and is now shocked addition three in Estill addition thirIt Cared Briefs Dta A icuoncr Buh reports the sale by Hats and Caps friends Masters half a mile away was struck teen ou Irvine street adjoining Fair The report that the court of claims had took away a depraved appetite It has at the deed which he attempted nuel Shearer Jr of the James Ray Spkbdwkll Ky May 4 1888 This The barn was damaged two horses were employed an attorney to sue for the re- Â¬ grounds It is to certify that 1 lwd Bright Dfeeaee Mr S Dinelli of Winchester senior its place but it never has been a reformer Gents FnrnisniBf land near Shearers Station to Tobe a knocked downand Masters was considera Â¬ covery of the e or somethiug very much like it and The n and John W Shearer 105000 in bonds already member of the confectionery firm of that All we can get out of it is restraint The price bly jostled For Sale Cheap was in was In very leeble neaiiu tub delivered to the Louisville Southern has name will remain in Richmond during bitter root is still untouched and these f 1543 for the 138 acres I used one dozen Also on the follow MONDAY A tree was struck in the same neighbor- Â¬ no foundation Nor is it true that CIRCULAR SAW MILL ENGINE the year of 1887 any one the absence in Italy of his partner Mr must be extracted by raising a higher Rains are doing great damage in bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonie and SEPTEMBER 16TH I will sell mm hood and torn to pieces and Boiler AH In good order Double Circait Coart resisted the payment of the railroad tax Joe Giunchigliani has standard than the law has ever reached Mexico I am now In belter health than I have yearling Saws Engine 25 horse power Boiler been for years T ic docket is set for five days There Jonah and His Whale Mast Take to Tall It will not pay Harrodsburg Sayings Your correspondent had the pleasure The only radical and lasting force is in Newton Davis died at Midway aged 24 feet Price SOOO Address James M Hesdrkn r ib Commonwealths cases 3 fbrfeit--- e Timber Judge Chenault has appointed County of entertaining at her home during the sacrifice for Christs sake for mans sake 57 years SoW by W G While Prescription M H WEBB Edmr The long forgotten doctrine of moral 15 ordinary 12 pauper idiat 70 old 49 eow Drugsist Richmond Ky Jonah the whaleand all the posterity Surveyor Ben Crooke II H Colyer Association Rev J T Williams and SlMPSONVILLK Ky It The Orphan Brigade will meet in tv and 27 new equity cases By Harry OFallou out of PearlitM y It is of Ssh story tellers might as well take to and James Noland to assess damages Preston Blake of Richmond Rev Mr suasion will come to the top and rum fires Trumpington Louisville on the 19th - jjght the docket will be cleared GUARD AGAINST THE STRIKE Sale anil Hentinj the tall timber and get out of sight Mr against the Three Forks for right of way Rice of Kingston Mr Thomas Phelps will be put out only when the ideas of the TERMS The above sale will he of Madison county Buckeye Cor Lan- community have been strained up to per- Â¬ a bottle of Ackers Constable Joe Batson killed Andy C M Norm of Paint Lick Madison through tlie lands of D Frank Todd Gen James H Riiuyon will ou Sep- And always have Danped Into Tke Cenemangh sonal responsibility and by it the fulfill- Â¬ Burroughs at Millersburg tlie house You made on a credit of three months with county who was rusticating at Clear Younger Norris Sam Barnes and the caster News tember 25th sell all his personal prop- Â¬ English Remedy insoou Croup may interest from day of sale pnrehaMni can not tell how Oir special court reporter lest week Creek Springs and who gained two Terrill heirs The other rights of way ment of the second table of the law household strike your little one or a cold or cough beine required to give notes with ap Â¬ Prof Morris Long of the Deaf and Love thy neighbor as thyself Dan Sweeney a track walker was erty farming implement Moral Said Receiver fo- b Hie transfer of a town lot to Mr W pounds a day while there lie couldnt from Richmond to Drowning Creek are seenrity Dumb Institute Danville and Mr Thos suasion and education must not only Killed by n Muciunati Southern train and kitchen furniture and at same may fasten itself upou you One dose proved toe rtgm 10 reject any or au vmm L Farley wrong We have shipped the have got away if lie had staid sixty days about settled time will rent to the highest bidder his U a nreventive ami a few doses a posi serves P Dorsey of Flemingsburg were in accompany and supplement the instru- Â¬ near Georgetown toims man to Johnstown with instmc tive cure All Throat and Lung troubles JAS R RURNAOReeeiver 12 14 longer one day last week caught a bass home place of 105 acres The Louisville Southern will most Richmond with Mr John P Ballard yes- Â¬ mentality of the law but they must also t ns to throw him into the raging Cone-c-ug- h in yield to its treatment A namnle bot Â¬ Drouth and cold in the far north be Clear Creek which weighed four and a probably be pushed forward without de- Â¬ terday They are all deaf mutes and X B- - If the above goods ate not tle Is given you free and the Remedy prepare the way for it and in the meas- Â¬ yond Wiunlpeg are bringing starva Â¬ The new Steam Laundry Co have guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ sold as a whole they will be ottered fur half pounds and when it was cut open lay to Lancaster and then On to Rich the first and last named were showing ure that such preparations are well made tion upon the Indians J R- - B sale separately determined to put the price of work tion Druggist two young birds with feathers on them Berkshire Transfers mond A committee from Garrard Mr Dorsey the town 12 13 will the law be efiective in its operation down so low that everybody can afford found inside of it and they were not Messrs The Lawrenceburg News reports 700 Brown and Poore met Col Ben- Â¬ Among the transfers m the American were TP The Apostolic Guide Mr B J Newlon and family will re- Â¬ this fish nett Young at his office in Louisville 3 3 pounds of fish caught out of a mill to have their work done there us cheap- Â¬ Erehire Record this week are the fbi Jonah birds either Whether move to Lexington this week As editor Special rates given Remaining unclaimed in the Post ly as elsewhere climbed a tree and caught the birds or poud In one night by thirty men bmg Haw Hilt Snex 21881 Springer whether they had been bathing in the yesterday forenoon and offered 100000 of the Herald as Superintendent of COMKS ou family washing tf Ofilce at Richmond Ky week ending Br- for Garrard to assist in the extension Springfield IB to University of Mrs Henrietta Cook of Kansas has the Christian church Sunday school and 1SS8 creek and were caught Mr Norris could Harrodsburg Sayings you want to buy a sulky surrey September 10th If Icrnessee KnoxviOe Tenn Danville not say But Mrs Ellen wife of Joe Cox has been been discharged from the penitentiary in other capacities Mr Newlon invaria Blackburn Link 2 Lamb E T tlte birds were there Mr buggy or carriage call on Donelsou Burton Andrew XAe 1755 Jas H Gentry Danville Miller Mrs Salle II Mr E T Powell the contractor who bly conducted himself in a dignified and quite sick for some time but is slowly con after serving thirteen years for a crime Norris ahvo killed a sixteen and a half for he has the latest best and cheapest Davis Edwin Ky to Wm Irvine Richmond Ky Patten T R that she did not commit and we hope he may valescing pound turkey crossing tlte road eighty has been located in Richmond for some pleasant manner 5- RoysterJoe Devore Wm Valentine Hatfield the leader of the Sanders Mrs M A yards in advance of him The turkey months will remove with his family this prosper in his new home Dixon Octavio Mr A D Cox a prominent young Sm f a Veteran represents Ten of the largest Elliott Mrs Beltie Stewart May J Powell week to Covington where he will super W L Crutcher twin brother to Elder gentleman of this place is now in Madi- Â¬ Hatlield McCoy East Kentuoky West Mr Weston who wHt be here Friday had two long tail feathers in length like Rachel Virginia gang has been sentenced to Fire Insurance Companies and writes Ellison Miss Serris Sums MrsSillle killed with a intend th building of the new water- Sbepperd Jit is a son of Gen Weston who was a peacocks The bird wasthe proprietor works Mr D A Shanahan and wife S W Crutcher alter a brief visit here son and will spend a few months there the penitentiary for life in the Pike Mills Stores Dwelling- Stables and Embry G L Winchester Col Davis left for hk home at Richmond Ky N Taylor Wm Gilmore A E Irrn at Waco Texas or rather where Prof WE C Wright began a series county Circuit Court 7 32 Live Stock at Lowest Rates will come to Richmond and occupy the Tiliett Geo W preGodlowJno A at city now stands ninety nine iers of the Springs and Gene Parrish arefacts Â¬ house on Fourth Avenue the James B B Deatherage of Richmond Ky who of meetings at Lone Oak September 7th Gorden Mrs Chas Turner Miss Luby pared to make affidavits to these has served his county eight years in the We all wish him success Hath county was lively last week She Was Completely Cured 3g The old General was in the war of in his good Harrison Caroline Walker Jantes Miller place now occupied by Mr capacity of Sheriff was in our town last iSi2 the Texas Revolution the war Mr Norris returned home the latter part Powell work A daughter of my customer suffered Harper Mrs Oliver Washington Mrs J Prof Wright is capable of doing Aaron Rogers killed ThMphilu3 Beat of last week Pineville Messenger week the guest of his cousin S W White Rev G A ty an unknown man attempted to aa from suppressed menstruation aud her Johnson Wm twJi Mexico and the late war good work wherever he may go WJ WJ Walsh roadmaster of the Ken- Crutcher Hon A T Chenault pres- Â¬ Basoiuate Lee Rice and Tom Ragland health was completely wrecked At Landrum The Wreck Miss M Florence Chaney one of Mad Â¬ weut gunning for Pete Stevens tucky Central has recently made some ent Representative of Madison county in Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p For Assessor my suggestion she used one bottle or M Post Money order ami registered letter The up train Rowland to Richmond needed improvements at the Junction the Kentucky Legislature visited his isons young lady teachers who is teach- Â¬ Jake Bronston is a candidate for Astcs Thursday morning had an accident half a John H Surret recently had his life Bradfidd Female Regulator whieh hours prompt 7 A m to 8 p x A new platform has been made and the nephew Elder S W Crutcher here last ing near this place paid home a short c t and will stay on the track until the anHc below Silver Creek Station As the platform J W Hellum J B WILLIS P sr insured and in the application blank cured her the of She at the He is brother at day in the evening He has voted train came around the curve at that point extended some 300Fair grounds has beenÂ¬ week Chenault awho was of the Confederate visit onexpect 6th be atthis month more he wrote opposite the question as to the Water Valley Miss to home any feet These improveCol killed in the war doesnt tic straight Democratic tkket for 35 the rear coach left the track and turned Write The Bradfleld Reg Co At AJLVET fiLlBIjIE cause of the death of bis mother She until December 1st ments were much needed and will con- Â¬ Belton Mo Leader xars and never flickered Sold by Everybody over on its side was murdered by the United States lanta Ga for particular tribute largely to the convenience of knows Jake Bronston and he wJM get 12 15 -- DBAI all druggists Government Mrs Jerry Moore of Lee Summit travel and especially of those attending FORT ESTILL THIN COLUMN from Maine to California h the Mo received an extensive scalp wound the Fair Paris Kcntuckian Forty car loads ot seal skins on three BIADAM SCOTT tells Past county is that wide and numerous bruises She was uncon Several cars of fat hogs were shipped seperate trains are eu route East Jrom Watches Cloete Jewelry Silver and A druggist in this place has received a -The Louisville and Nashville has in- Â¬ scous for several hours and upon being to Cincinnati from this point last week San Francisco The entire consign Present and Future Events as follows- Please send 10 Sale of Suburban Property system of giving exact note reading restored was found to be paralyzed troduced the Plated ware ate Special Then Hon Jno DT Harris shipped three cars ment is or England and represents the May be consulted at any hour Mr R B CorneKson bought last week Her entire body from her neck down change to purchasers of tickets and the cents worth of smell of this I offer for sale privately my catching of the Alaska Fur Company Rooms at 422 E Main followed a speck of the medicine wanted of choice tobacco to Louisville last week C e acres of bind attention given t near e Rodesdale boun- Â¬ was entirely devoid of feeling Up to custom has gone into effect in all the L for a year WAREHOUSE COAL which proved to be asafoetida dary from Mr Sam Rice for Si 350 5- Mr G M Patterson of Boyd Ky evening she had not materially im- Â¬ and N Ticket offices in the country last mam Tlis is the same bought by Mr Rice proved She is at the house of engineer This will be another tcp towards the Mr Province shot Mr Steel near is agent pro tern during the absence of AND LUMBER YARD Peter Waddle n milkman living DIAMONDS Donelson has a quantify of new sul- Â¬ Hereintroduction of the penny system some davs ao for tifaa He ako Clark in this place and receiving all London Ky It is not usually known Mr Shaw near Atlanta will soon lead his ninth kies surries and buggies of the newest tofore coppers have not been popular in that lead would penetrate Steel hought on Thursday f Dr Breck And Tenant Houses to the alter eight having died aud most popular patterns and at very but so it 9 acres needed attention She is 63 years old Co received sev- Â¬ wife Forman Chenault of land that lies just beyond Rodcsdalc AND OTKKR PRKCIOOB 8TON BS the South Southern people have seemed does It seems to be the Province of one dead are all burled In his yard reasonable figures The and a daughter of Mrs Hannie Thomas 5- On H Street near Kentaeky Central to disdain the use of anything lower than fellow to pop another whenever he sees eral cars of wheat at this point during and each has n tombstone These lands are unimproved near Deylesville who is 93 years old Waddle Depot in Richmond Ky the past week value of a nickel just as Californians cause Mr J E Dykes has an abundance 18- has the wedding dress of each huug in T E BALDWIN Mrs Moore was endeavoring to reach the UUkep Weysian To Mglit have held with contempt everything less Col Sam H Stone bought a small ills closet of ice for sale and will deliver it every her eU home on her mothers birthday After looking at the picture of Col dime or short bit as it is called than a At the Court house to night Rey She had been absent 33 years 4- quantity of tobacco last week of W H inorniug in any part of the city Promptly dam and is a workmanlike says Linnietta Advocate The mm on the Pacific Qoast bit in Eastern Bennett Young that is appearing irr the Roberts at good figures Weyman for twenty live rears one of the A colored woman Sarah Miller was Special rates will be given on family various exchanges in connection with Springs was withdrawn at 3000 but fgtt BUhopsof the Afiricaa Methodist xwt on tlie arm by broken glass and was Kentucky Shelby Sentinel Mrs J B Buchanan of Carthage Mo schools railroads etc it is not strange tf that John W Shelby of this county washing by the steam laundry picopl church wfll talk to the Wc J also braised Csh Fstd foe Odd Gd and SilY An Important Element that he should be burned in effisy If he who has been visiting the family of W subsequently bought a half interest for i Bwhon m a well educated man and Nice country lard and meat of all Mrs Baugh of Rowland was bruised Of the buccefas of HooUja Sarspparllla looked like those pictures he ought to be D Gregory for past few weeks left for 5000 The property is to b9 im- Dont forget tne plaa next doer cchvers an able sermon notwithstanding kinds new honey milk shake and Mrs Toiten of Lowell and a colored Is Ihe fact that every purfihaser receives burned in reality home Thursday proved and made a first class smmer cheap croquet sets at to the Post eflloe IttoLawad Ky e is a full blooded African He will A H Lalors woman of Paint Lick were slightly hurt n fair equivalent for his Tnoney The Mr R M Shaw returned yeiterday resort Stanfrd Journal ha e a crowded house Spanking a baby is homeopathic The jan4 tf 44 17 Nelson Bush and Mr Pace of Clark familiar headline 1G0 Doses Que Dol- Â¬ rule of that school is to administer medi- - from a trip to the mountains where he I have purchased the property of the Fifty soven shares of Frankfort county were also hurt Gasoline stoves in all sizes aud at all said Compauy and will keep on band lar stolen by Imitators is original cine which would produce the tiling if has been in the interest of hk coal trade Didnt Kiuiv It Was Leafled Water Compauy stock were sold to prices from the plainest to the finest at all of the best varieties of Little George Martin two and a half A Virginia negro in the camp of E T year oW grandson of Mrs Mitchell of with and tiue only of Hoods Barsa the patient did not already have it Like He has greatly increased his facilities for Col J Stoddard Johnston on Monday 45- parllla This can easily be proven by Breck Puktjs like Powell Spanking a baby would Its sale at this point and has made a last at 30 per share of S100 Ten shares Co on Tate Creek Sunday The Singer Manufacturis CoB9jftay this place received a scalp wound and any one wliu desires to test the matter cures make it cry if it were not already cry lhg large purchase The people of this vicin of Glen Mary stock brought got a monkey in with a pistol and like his colored Road horses trotters and runners lb building a raaehioe with KasKt 100 per mire e was hurt For real economy buy only Hoods hence spanking cures crying ity will find this a great convenience and kjrioos who Have gone that way before Attachment and Portable soeetaey share the same being purchased by A Bborf in any manuor desired I have MrZan Tribble of Junction City and SarsapnrHla Sold by druggists adapted for invalid travetef Ae Ms It should fchow their appreciation by giving him didnt know it was loaded just received aaextra lot of four year The auctioneer English were in tne car but vrieMmr a aash Any The Courier Journal announces that their patronage as he handles nothing but W Overton The stocks were owned old second growth The yard is easy of aceees Pewoiva eest S5 ot this type wBi pies buhet went crashing into his brain hav escaped unhurt timber for repairing fewwr A heavy snow In Montana has put John Sclaepltr tilled his brother by James W Ttate Argus machine in strictly first class coal Jacob ing entered the forehead Dr Hanger all kinds ofrwagous it All work guar- Â¬ desiring to haul their own ooal will enter at tlie eHioa J Fwrt sttee Doctors Taylor Letcher and Foster at out the forest fires that have Jteen New Jersey and then committeB suicide Threw more convicts making 40 In anteed at the vary lowest price Shop I not have to cross the railroad wade a careful examination but could tended the wounded and agent F B Carr raging In the mountains for six weeks J T 9KMfc We iihould think that a man with such I respectfully request a Nheral nat- A man In Hopkins county was fined all were paroled last week Charles back of BrooksteJnifr store not locate tne missile The wound is a rendcreS all the assistance possible It is sold only by arde-rP and saved several mining towns from a name would be capable not only of S60Q0 and ronuge or me cjiHsewr of sotn eotuy seuMo jail for one year for M Beddow sent from Pulaski county J F 3 iespeuiiuiiy kept in stock serious fete and city destruction The car was badly damaged 11 kilhnjj his brother Jacob in New Jersey selling wMsky in a local option town In 18S8 for 17 years for manslaughter 8febly 8 L MIDKIFF 13 S BHQKBTQ T Richmond t Mtion Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Oh A SelM Barfs - it- - The Nicholasville Club of wheelmen gave a Tournament on Monday afternoon Wheelmen from different parts of the State were present The Ruff wheelmen from Richmond fifteen strong were there as follows A D Ruff R E Turley Henry Perry T E Arnold S P Dcdtheragc L T Rice W D Alvcrson T H Todd Clyde Penis Chapel Heath Phil Willging Bob Taylor Joe Watts Otto Powers Jesse Alverson The Ruff Wheelmen mounted their silent steeds Sunday afternoon and rode over to Nicholasville Having spent two nights and a day most delightfully tfveV came home yesterday The banner for largest number in at endance was awarded the Ruff Wheelmen rd the same was borne triumphantly home The five mile Kenton Club medal was won by Mr Charles Croninger of Covington The special quarter dash for bovs was won by Mr Phil WHIging Mr W D Alvcrson won second money in the three mile race Most of the races were won by the Ken- Â¬ ton Club A similar meeting will be held in Richmond next year when the hospitality of Nicholasville will be repeated The contest took place on the race track and a large crowd was present Â¬ May wo all live pure lives And do as she has done ington No preaching at the Methodist church And then upon our death bed Wo can say the victorys won Miss Sallie Ellis left yesterday to re Sunday the pastor gone to Conference God grant that our lives may be noble The new pastor whoever he may be will sume teaching in the Deaf and Dumb ones and ittll of good deeds as the one preach Sunday week Institute thats left Us has been Again I would Rev E Forman D D will preach at Mr G G Prcwilt formerly from speak to the dear ones whose hearts are Â¬ Montgomery county now of Kansas is the Harris school home on the 4th Sun- sad and heavy that its only God will day in September at 4 r m and at Paces visiting here and thy will be done Tlic funeral servChapel on the 5th Sunday at 11 a m Rev Milton ices were held at Antioch Miss Maggie Chenault has gone to Elder J A Harding of Winchester Elliott conducting theservices Then folGeorgetown to attend school in the Fe- Â¬ has closed another meeting at the Nash- Â¬ lowed her interment in the Richmond male College ville Christian church with 112 additions cemetery Mr A A Curtisof Mississippi former- At his first meeting he had 117 additions ly of this place was here last week look- Â¬ BEKEA Rev John Bell Gibson closed a very ing well and happy interesting and successful meeting at tlic The rains of tlie past few days have Miss Phoebia May Miller left Monday Glade church in Madison Tuesday night dispelled the fears of drouth which had for Fort Scott Krnsas on a visit to her There were S additions He will fill his begun to find place during the dry fort- Â¬ sister Mrs C L Montiero mil pit here next Sunday Stanford Jour night Mrs S R Powell of Bloominiiton 111 nal Miss Jennie E Lester has spent several accompanied by her children is visiting On Friday evening a supper will be weeks of the summer vacation at the relatives in Madison county given at Brookstown school house for the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ best bhkhrt-- on Confirm our statement when we say that Ackers English Remedy w in THURSDAY SEPT 26th 1889 every way superior to any and all other preparations for tlie Throat and Luoga In Whoopiug Cough and Croup it is tlie folio wing described property magic and relieves at ouce We oiler ONE NEW you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a iwwkive guar antee by W G White Prescription DruKstet IT TOUR JiACK ACHES Or yoa are an worn out really good lot BetMag containing 10 ACRES sowit is general debility Try by John Arnold ami situated iinmedt-ZROY UlTTlilSS JIKOirVS De Cemetery on Sunday afternoon It w81 cure yeu and me a good appetite SeH aieiy on lite turnpike and within bytdldtMlerain ncdMae hair mile of Klrkovule MadMwn ceased had been in feeble health for 9 35 tyKy Atoo years Capt Meraliou was several Ml Advice to mothers lioru in Garrard county He filled the tits Wrasuaws SoorHura STBCFteoidalwayi offices of Sherift and County Clerk of he twed when children ara euttteg tettk It K UereatasIHtlessSmratoaee it predates nateral Rockcastle county before cominc to quiet afeepaatl the little therabawslwas angkt of No 1 FKBSH LAND lying on tb u a button It is Trry gBBMaBayaall It same pike in sight of Kirksville This Madison in 1S60 He was in the Union seethes tie ebfldaoftens thepleaaaat ta tastepais army and had a horse Killed under regulates toe bowels and a the beat kma naaeey will be sold as a whole or In two teething or for dmnho aneing parcels Also him iu the battle of Richmond eOtlt other eaaaee trhather Se seatsIma Twety a battle August 62 He was elected to the 65 Legislature on the Democratic ticket Go to Lalors Cash Store for Grocer at the close of the war w hen bayonets ies 44 17 7 Cows 7 Calves 1 Bull 2 Hornet 5 e m ruled and when few other men if any Get your dotlies ready for the kiuu Mane 75 Shoat 10 Sows 1 Reaper 1 had the nerve to make the race Cpt Sprinx Wagon tf Mowerabout 50 Acted ofLot of Clovar Meraliou was also once Town Marshall dry Corn in tin Hy FWM of Richmond aud a more fearless offiPlHlLBS OX TMM FACE Sale to begin at 10 oclock a m cer was never known In fact fear Denote an impure state of tlie blood Terms easy and will be matte known had no place iu the corapositkm of am are tookeil upon by many with on day of ale For any further par suspicion Aeker Blood Elixir will ticulars apply to J B Simmons Kirks- Â¬ Capt Mershun remove all impurities ami leave the ville or W L Crutcher at Madison Swifts Specific cured me of ugly and complexion smooth and clear There National Rank Richmond Ky MRS SALLIE E WILLIS very painful boils or ri iings I had is nothing that will so thoroughly purify ami build up the constitution 10 15 Executrix twenty three on my back and neck at strengthen tlie wliole sytemSohl and one time and a great many ou my guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ body I took S S S aud two bottles tion DruKgHt cured me This was live years ago Fire Tornado autl Aeehleat Insur-Â¬ aud have had no boils since 7 32 ance written by Powell W M Mili ek Arlington Tex Frame House aM Lot i 4 BROKE MULES m SALE Â¬ f CLOTHING Â¬ MmimM ff PUBLIC OUTCKY Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Farm Hair IMIfOW Tnisr - 20 Â¬ Â¬ -- neWs paragraphs 6eds 1 f Thcrouglibre Filly m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A D RUFF Â¬ 1 - i Â¬ -- ITOSISMMUB I Property mm Street Â¬ SETTING for-55- REFAIRIIff stxooivao3arx I J t Â¬ i Please Xead ee Â¬ kj J JnL JLj Â¬ 1 01 V MfTlTBI p VjSjRfj I fW I I lUTDCir CEHTBAL I A HUMAN CUCUMBER 4n R Tba Arabian Sights Outdone Georgia Feacefol color of the stripe and tho skirt la eimply finished with tucks and a hem Housewife -- THE Chemical HUMAN BODY GOWNS FOR SUMMER PITH AND POINT BLUE GRASS ROUTE w RDYAltnIl si rw and QawcLeat Rettfc ffnm Cen- Â¬ tral Kentucky to All IJm Kmttk Wect ami 5ewJ wo t Et FAST LINE BETWEEN LexJagfeon aoora nuuKo 1llCtMuMLj N Cincinnati US SdMKte m Kfcct ilay 12th t No No 4 lksttf- - K but JS pm ft n Air rttrta jrxlam EST iVrfc AST CgrmfUHi PaJaaouUi jyaUsaaaai 810 a ad fcOO pH a 109 ami pad rj7 aatf 10 am ao3 tBU tua p 11 00 am if 7 wgoo pm I pn pm P p IU Air UrkMHl Id Wis IIMl 4 6so 5 45 Ar Asr As 4 MS Ijaiiaa Sim fi pi j anpi S oo sfH ot J Jt I Absolutely Pure pwd r norr arlei- A mnrvel ot puiitr tt i gli and wlioloom irsK Jlme eoonoinlnti lliau Hie onliuiry k11 lis and ompellion villi Hie mill cNiiiKH b Mild Tills - HtKTVI No V ail jr Htx Sam KxbtlH fcao aad oci a NS Jjsc IX JaST Iaw Unnaner aid Krtmstat4 Lire KiraminWaU Ar Wtnsiep4i i Henii Hirst miiimI jrmiy liluden of low t l Miort MCUlit wlum mid i od mily In cmiik row lens UI BAKfOPoWDERtO- - 1U6 nlMnet 21 a NVw rk 111 lit t u5 a 9- s- 1 r 7 a H - a o a p 5 p teas a Ttto 913 an Incurable In proprietors of LLi Si forthe Head bj thecase of Catarrh mt VBaV OFFERED Air Pan Ur 1MB DR ai l t3 aiaMS plB 4 I Pa An- Air pa Kuan- - nam - OaHwil WtNtTM MpUXI Caiala-i-a- S MAYSVIIIE BRANCH N 1J 105 11 Kx MTS 600 pan pm pm 5 or pm pm r lts Hy mm Kxmiii Sl 11 Isally 1 4- Jjbsx nttatSawaMl Uiiaiiam mi lO Arr t ariaartnii Part 7 ao Coo MUarrHamtB JamMamM MH MmyvulUt CTa-aWCXtk - fcsiim wca trr am am am am sijpa jit Headache obstruction of nose discharccs falling into throat somctimea profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putnd eyes weak ringing in cars deaf oess difficulty of clearing throat expecto Â¬ ration of offensive matter breath offensive sraell and taste impaired and general debility Only a few of thcee symptoms likely to be pres-Â¬ ent at once Thousands of cases result in con- Â¬ sumption and end in the grat e Rr ita mild fsoothlnc and healing properties Dr Sapi s Remedy cures the worst cases SOo a WTli Symptoms ot Catarrh SAGES CATARRH REMEDY 923 am M tu t 7 4P 4pni pi f 10 - 1 ir pm pm lmllj Kjthual 51 am 5 57 - Sm So Kx lwll C iun pm Pn I 1 Hararilte Caw Mate MUle-nJian-- - rr - raraa So 4S nuM4iaai i l4raJnci and 1tariiia IrfVimrUiu rornkdiiij Walafirn 4JlncUoali 64 P JKToo Iwtt a ml Arrives ikU KzcrtM TfXAlX KOTFX Xo X rnrns dallr Urtwfu Uartaanaw Uaalaajlon llflUaUtti 74am a ijam ri am am am I 10 a 22 3 14 ir eavH Isi - oj 6 fo p rr 6 5 pn 40 3lSP n One Pellet a Dose est eawt to take Cure Mck Headache ISIItonn Ilcadaclic- DIzzluCMt uoilMipaiiou muiKrauuu Ililioua Attackisand all derangements of the stomach and bowels S3 ct by druggists --d 21 OOlk ns n eJTi3 TTntwinnlrtl OlDsfcftf W TfeaaSa r WM VWCG S The Original I MftftAm Ponlv Vtot t Jiav 4TVf Utllamko Smaltestcbeap- Ullin a- eisnT turn Dm I ILLUa uttie Liver Fill I Kol 2 o5 S nakc mmiikt- - hmix at Winch rr far potata ou llw- N NAM V Kj ITHkoi tilt omuortkMi hi ixinslnii V lUPOltTAXr-Train-Mb nJ hl SvX-V- - jMUt fnitn lb t eulral 1hra rtTrataiMl 1 aiarfr Kfatifcm ItatnnHati awktacom arttao far ail KtHlx North Jia t wct Hetl Thnmaxh Ttdujw mM aKt Hamimn ClMeld line l r tmamjr amtmtiaaLlinl b a rmUnrnd w- - daRfig Mzim BKTHA5Y y 7u -- Far laill aaunkralaro add rcM orenlloH ajajsBt 4Mt Uar Cotanw r W U MITSHON K H HA COS Trm nMr Act- Trav ISMr CtmrraiiuiU H K at aKMtolC M K HUXTIXUTUN aj r- Oti r BCAKII OTU ml uir V Prr A iim Manr KtrttRMMtd Ky IinhiIn fif omnrem Build rC xvl IW iiir Aa IxIhUmi Kj CmtetHnatl - iRCET cf Life feMalKfr pClh Setd lr-- all Eruf la Pi WBADlSrLo RfiUt nfepCo Ki2iam fi n r- 0 1 tt 1215 12 TlANT ill o Nsw ana Original Designs OF AUIIS1IC DNUMEMTS In Granite and Marble 3 BILES M SHORTEST BtTtWKIN It is well known that wlum cucum- Â¬ bers are first out from tho vino there is a pieee whloh exudes or Heeds from the stem Oae of our promlneut north era truoJc growers Jared Hanson cut his hand a year or two ajro and this juice got into the cut ami his hand commenced to inflame and an erup Â¬ tion similar to erysipelas mode its apÂ¬ pearance on his hand and attended up his arm and finally spread over his whole body Strange to lay there was no pain attending these eruptions of erysipelas and he continued to gather and paek his cucum- Â¬ bers and prepare them for shipÂ¬ ment To the great surprise of every body these little erysipelas pimplo3 assumed the appaaranoe and form of small cucumbers and cor tinned to grow Although Benson kept well and hearty he was competed to strip him self and take to his bod Of course the news of this strange phenomenon spread far and wide and the doctors and scientific men vLalted him from Various sections of the couatry Ono prescribed one thing and one another One wislied to bleed him one wished to cut the cucumbers off nr other said not to let him have any water and they would dry up another said stick a hole in each cucumber and they would die and a new skin form another wished to wrap him up in Riniramoth poultice ofbarn jard manure and draw them all to 011 i head another said they ought to be scattered Each had a different remedy but the all disagreed So there was some hope that the patient would get well But the small cucumbers grew into big ones and Jus whole body was com- Â¬ pletely covered with them from head to foot aud tho commofloe 1 to ripen and turn yellow and hang down and the man assumed the appearance of a huge bunch of bananas When they got ripe they began to shrivel and dry up and so did the man His sap was all gone and he died The doctors pro- Â¬ cured the consent of the family to per met an autopsy to be made for the benefit of science and they cat into him with their knives and to their amascmont found no flesh no bones no musclos no sinews no veins no arteries but found only one solid mass of cucumber seeds It was ho remark- Â¬ able that it would be useless to have tho remains interred and foolish to have them cremated and the widow concluded that s he would keep thorn in ihc houso She had tho corpse hung Up by the hair in the barn The next spring some of the children picked up some of the seed which had dropped on the floor and planted tliem They grew rapidly and matured and instead of being like the parent stock of cucumbers they wore pure pickles and needed no vinegar no jieppor no salt nothing but simply packing into barrels and shipping to market and selling Of course news of the dis- Â¬ covery spread rapidly and multitudes of applications for seed flowed in like the incoming tide and thus enabled tho disconsolate widow ami ohildren to turn the cause of their bereavement into a means of maintenance and sup Â¬ port The wind of affliction was thus tempered to these shorn lambs They sold bmall packets of seed for big prices and could not supply the de- Â¬ mand The vine grown from the new soed is a perennial evergreen and can ba propagated from cuttings blooms in the spring and bears in the summer a bountiful crop Of perfect pickles Tho widow sell the aeed at a dollar a paper Griffin Ga News FAMILY FASHIONS BUFFALO BILLS FATHER A Frontiers mnn Whoiutliolmltanslookotl On aa nu Erli Spirit I An old tlmo residont of Denver a day or two since related an incident of the original Buffalo Bill Cody father of the present famous showman which has never been iu print Old man Cody was a prominent figure on the plains in an early day being tho owner of an oxtensivo tniding post on the Arkansas in tho vicinity of old Fort Larned Late in the oOs he re-Â¬ ceived information that the Iudians proposed to clean out his ranch which was an extensive adobe building sur- Â¬ He diJ not rounded by h stockade pay much attention to It but the sumo news continued to reach him and was at last confirmed by tho arrival of n large band of Cheyenne and Arapahoea and Kiowas who camped on tho op posite side of a deep nrroyn from tho trading post across which the military authorities had erected a bridge for the passage of supply trains The savages pretended to be very friendly and wanted to trade swapping furs and skins for ammunition but their rem object was to burn the post and n7 aw7 Codys scalp as a trophy a fact of which the old front- Â¬ iersman was well informed through the spies whom he had among them The place was well armed but not suf- Â¬ ficiently manned to resist tho attack of so formidnble a band of red skins and Old Bill cast about to see whnt ho could do to protect himsolf In tho stock yard of the fort was an old how- Â¬ itzer which had been abandoned by eome of the plains military expedi- Â¬ tions and this he carried up to tho top of the post and placed it so that it would sweep the bridge He had plenty of powder but no other amm nition fit to load it with aud so he charged the gun with old mulo shoes nails bits df iron and similar truck Tho cannon loaded ho awaited do volopments Early one morning lie observed an unusual movement in the camp of his pretended friends and soon fully armed with war paint on tho savages made a dash toward tho fort Cody was at his howitzer match In hand The painted devils crowded Ihe long but narrow bridge and just as the foremost reached the nearest bank he discharged his gun at clear range of the bridge There Was a wild howl of disappointed rage a vision of dead Indians tumbling in tho arroya of legs and arms and heads lying around loose without claimants and fleeing and fripitened savages es- Â¬ caping from the fatal bridge Codys bingle shot had saved his post and he was always thereafter loft in poaceful possession of his ranch Just what struck them on tho bridge tho Indians never knew aad the survivors of tho fatal charge always entertained tho firm belief that Buffalo Bill was In league with tho evil spirit and as such a person to whom it was safe to give a wide berth Denver News GENUINE I I HAPPINESS A Pointed Serimn for tho Fault Fimtcrs anil Chronic Jrumblir 8 Hours the Quickest Ciitiiiali First Class Wmansliiii AND L0WS3T 00HSIST3NI P2IC3S JCentmrfcy We hnve the hikI hirKt traile fiT Write fur prices aixl inform a ttuti tiefctre unlrring any t le work feOX Importers WM ADAMS 49 18 IFIXOTOS KV RHrnlee wii In JeBtnil faHi4Hi j Xopular ie between Ci ieinsati Iiidliinapolis n En Trstei IXI TSSMCH mtnit Ckure Xdlauui Stepiaa- Cars tnd Elegant He iwiitiar Ciiir Cr on 2Clsht Trains IayDi9EtxarIfr Cara on Day Train - chioag o LArAYETTE end SOT-ar- - Cncinnati aad 1 TTt KTWItS A T vryt fBlr r tr Cars New rinjl Clau Pullman Recfcninc an T5c3ct Slcrmn Can Coacbc Secead w Coac cs and llCLtIa lUHwr aiHtia Use and St Lou is C Four Xrctty and Practical Gowns aim Itonnets for Every Hay Wear A town dress in black and white am New Orleans moire brocade and black tatlr fran oaiee le made in prinoesse style with Vest and panel of satin fraacaise or- Â¬ TIME 27 UOUllS namented with very rich passemen Â¬ EXIIKETItAINS teries in black aud white silk cords JJAUOAHCAIt steel and jet The sleeve are full DAY COACJHE1 AND KLEErERS and plaited to form deep cuffs aad also to give tho appearance of being Run Through Without Change all black only the satin francaise be-Â¬ ing visible The back is partly formed by folds laid in the stuff and sufficient 110 MILES THE SHORTEST fullness is laid in the skirt to form a tournure The collar is of the black 7 HOURS TII15 QriCIvlCbT silk There is no visible plaiting at bktwkkn of the skirt but Cincinnati Jacksonvills Florida the bottom the silk petticoat a narrow one edges TIME 2S HOUKS A pretty summery design is given TIm Only lAuv Uuimiiig TliriKigh a an example of an embroidered cot- Â¬ Steeimtj Curs CiiK iimuti to Jackton made up simply for a young girl Mriivillf Wit limit Clmnge In a summer cotton gown Tho skirt is plain and straight but may have a border of the embroidery and three tueks as a heading spaced FHOM JUNCTION CITY TO between if liked The bodice Is aa old fashioned French waist CIIAITANOOOA plain on the shoulders high and BIRMINGHAM gathered back and front iato a belt MERIDIAN The sleeves are full at the top but JACKSON shaped down towards the wrists and a YIUKSBUKG Mascot collar is laid flat and edged MOBILE round with embroidery A sash of the lawn or cambric is tied in a largo CIom CmifMelrKM Mmle at Xew Or- - bow at the back and a rustic straw Ieawi villi Southern 1hciHc hat is edged and trimmed with field and IVxh Pm itic for daisies Hats are lowered but tho difference Texas Mexico California in the effect produced is emphasized 12 HKiri Quicker tlimi any other Line by the change in the arrangement of Direct WlircttiHi Made at Slir veporl the trimming It must be said how over that apart from the exaggera Â¬ with Tixas ami Pacific Iiy tions the high effects are more gen Â¬ witlHHit TrHiiofer for erally becoming than the low round Hthern Tczas Kesioo California onos which lack distinction and whilo and the West useful for summer and in the country are not adapted for town woar One Itates Map 4c Hillings of tho new ribbon trimmed hate par Â¬ FRANK W WOOLEY Trav Ak Lfxingum Ky takes of tho characteristic of both hat and bdnnet The brim ii rounded rO K BAItHErr Trav Pass Agt Ciialiuiniiig Teun and projects in the old cabriolet form It is faced interiorly with an inoh 1 G Edwahus wido corded ribbon J C-- Gault and trimmed Gen luw Agt with a ribbon striped and shaded in GeuI MsT Cincinnati O brown and pink the straw being brown The arrangement o the trim- Â¬ ming is apparently oareleM it is seem ingly tossed on twisted and fastened loosely with tiger eye pins A tew loops ascend almost straight from the TIES SD OUT LINE JFr laf It is the custom of some individuals to forovor measure out In their mind the good gifts that catno to them oven the love and generosity of those v ho should be best aad dearest to them Such persons usually imagine they aro cheated in life and give more than they receive They forever ask what do I gain or the old question is lifo worth living and narrowed down to their own natures end usually by be-Â¬ ing thoroughly detested It is the law of Heaven of the Kind Tathor who seeds down the rain on the just and the unjust that we should all help ona another not foolishly but in a useful enduring way In this helpfulness in this recoguition of tho brotherhood of the race is all the happiness that this world can give No man who love his neighbor who is an industrious citizen loving his country and his God ever asks if those on whom he has conferred benefits aro grateful or has time to measure out the joys and pleasures of life A person may be- Â¬ come euch a constitutional fault finder that he destroys the love of his chil- Â¬ dren hatever they do and he is cer Â¬ tainly then In the way o losing all chanoe of happiness or hope in the World It is an Impossible thing for any family however gentlo aad long suffering to end ire with patience such selfishness Yhile a few thu make every body around them mlsorable it is quite common for many generous persons to expect speoinl gratitude for their generosity If to tho worker a good deed is not its own roward if he does not find the satis- Â¬ faction of having done right is happi Â¬ ness enough he has not learned yet the alphabet of Christian living It is an uncommon thing to find the class of persons who most need holp grateful and a nature capable of such sentituont has always something in it superior to the common clay Almoat every one it is true is impulsively moved by kindness but this is quite a different thing from lasting gratitude A good writer has wisely said that tho highest ploasure a man can experience in this world is to bo a fellow worker with God Not a slavo for a slave works from fear but a free child who does good because he loves the good Not in distant climes n tt beyond the sea3 does the mission of most of us lie hut at our hand among the lowly paths around us lies our lifes work and when wo have learned this truly shall wo know the joy of living and the joy of giving tho fruition of all joy N Y Tribune - ELECTRICAL DENTISTRY INSURANCE TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies -- i Baaap Car ail rnn thrsurh tchaogBcf sea Cinnmati aadSuLouia back Elogrt f I fit Rccllnlns Chair Cars arrwrui TI I C AT FIRE LIGHTNING and Short Liae id I I Cofnmodfous Reclining Chair Cars iscinnati aud Peoria UL TO rrwE I I A w North America Via SHZUJOir Springfield yK n LU T aad Germanta a fit f eaU sad Pforia close and lni caactiaiia art inzde YiltU ell Uses to Connecticut tk Xoriawnt Wlt and Sonthnnt Niagara - -7ctftaea4aRafirdUtilirrlEeif9irlitl Amazon taiawd at an- - Ticket Ofice C LStL TalaiMi OAVi 1 IJ - diiftlircal llLcMpoa Ticket Pennsylvania wHm t ibe coanlry Trt -- Philadelphia Massachusetts New York Hertford - New York - Cincinnati - Philadelphia JOiTh AbBXTS ECAK7urlPatsadTtlttEtr --CIMCnrvTr a WAXTKD IMR ROOK BOTTOM HATES Office TUB BOOK at Farmers National Brink HORROR VALLEY OF DEATH V- Call and see us before placing your insurance BURN AM HUME N B Milling properly and make it country stores a trpecialty of 82 31 Small wreaths are agala in vogue in fact the Umpire styles have brought back all tfee simple rustic ideas of years and years age aBd we shall do woll to take a permanent hold upon some of them DA hat for a younger lady haa a fancy straw brim and a trimmiuf of loops brought up from the baok of tho brim whloh is turned up and terminating in long ends and a fringe of daisies mus-Â¬ tard ragged sailors oate heps or any pretty pendant blossoms which will form a fringe round tha oroirn The round yoked bodice with shirt sleevost aad falling ruffla at the neck is a pretty youthful design for girls and easily made t is spo oially woll adapted for school and sum-Â¬ mer cotton drosses with straight skirts tucked above the hem or it may be made as an independent watt in fou- Â¬ lard black eream or striped and worn with different skirts Two and a half yards of yard wide matetfal will i - Thf 1 rj fthtatratiiiBs Ssautifcl v jrlciaja 7 jiawmi bttd mett complete history in Kntsh mt Ptood TuSMUied Conuttu aver cilt olriinsr A genu seal 2 s cents la stsssys for or outfit aiWI see how superior it u to the one you for aar other Flood book should Most liberal terms allowed CincinRBf Ohio fdl 00 Pige and retails for lco arceKB 6 st rosszx xcUAznr A gathered dress for a girl of seven or oight to ten is of striped otlUon blue aad white pink aad white br brown and white Itls shirred witl cords at FOR the nook and round the lhje of tho waist la three rows to shapt It to the figure the aattiagthing required only I bawTWELVE HUNDRBDTEN Tinder tha anas round the arm hole KESSEE SHEEP for side Can be A I ttie dra j tho tooth ftout the patient drops ihu seen any lime until 8uld I miles east and upon the gbouldor of Btehrnond on Speedwell pike perjed effect Is given to the leftside eleotrio bandies andtfce painless auair IMS H H COLYER wnicii is tied xa with ribbo in the ia over Indianapolis News SHEEP SALE Teeth Extracted with the Assistance of the Wnudrrfnl Current Boston people nowadays have their superfluous teeth drawn by electricity Tho prooose is very simple scarce any apparatus being required beyond an ordinary two coll battery with vibrator attachment This attachment is a thin strip of metal fastened at tho onds which is made to vibrato a thou sand or more times a second by tho electric current At each vibration tho circuit is cut off and renewed again the effect being to give a per Â¬ fectly steady flow of the mysterious fluid In order to make suro that the flow is quite satisfactory tho operator tunes the machine assisted by a little rood tuning plpo until the strip of motal Now to the battery aro sings A attached three wires Two of them havo handles at onds and tho third is hitched to a forceps The pationt ia the chair is given a handle to hold in oaoh hand aad tho current is turned on gradually until it becomes palnfuL Thou he is told to grasp tha handle as strong-- as possible the elootrjojrfy having been switched off for jt mbment is turned on again suddanlyand tho dental surgeon applies his forceps iiim ulUineousiy to tha tooth Tha instant the molar is touched it as oil as tho parts surrounding beÂ¬ comes electrified and absolutely in Â¬ sensible to pain When it is with Â¬ drawn from the socket the subject of tho operation feels not tho slightest A jerk pud dlBSErroeable seasaUoa Much tongue and much judgment Elementa and Compounds of Til Growlnc Popularity of Foulards GInchams and Datted Sltulins It Is Made Up seldom go together I Tho foulard gowns to bo used for Ono of tho moat Interesting colloo- Sleep is a generous robber It givos tlons in tho National Musoum at Wash Â¬ short excursions In mldsummor are in strength what it takes in time gray brown or dark bluo with black ington is that composed of speoimens Tho superiority of some mon la and charts illustrating tho composition figures or stripes and aro stylishly merely local They are great becauso 1 Think Carefully and buy from us of our bodies and of tho foods which mado up with a little Zouave jacket of their associates are little Johnson nourish them Thoso specimens and cloth tho color of the ground of tho 2 Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest The good Samaritan helps the un- Â¬ charts wcro explained recently in a silk its fronts turned over in rcvers fortunate wayfarer without asking how 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Qiferad W O Atwater Upon that are widely bound with black lecture by Prof ho intends to vote Century tho plntform wore arranged a largo moire Tho skirt is more fully draped 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Oar Place 21G W To obtain perfection it is not nec- Â¬ on tho hips than aro wool skirta but Those- - tho lecturnumbor Of bottles specimens of Is quite straight in tho back Tho essary to do singular things but to do er explained contained 5 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto tho chemical elements and compounds waist is tucked in yoko shape to bo common things singularly welL A curtain lecture Is worth all the 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do NfrKiiwr Us of which bodios aro made up Oxygon worn with a black moiro belt and the full slooves aro also tucked at top and sermons In tbe world for teaching tho forms one fifth of tho air and about S Buy Frequently If You Would Plaaaa TJ virtue of patience and long suffering sixty two per cont of tho body so that bottom Â¬ 9 Sell Reasonably Ilns Ever Been Oar Allft tho body of an average man say a man i Gingham gowns for mldsummor ex- Washington Irving A great many men acquiro two weighing ono hundred and forty oight cursions aro mado with a Fronoh waist 10 PAY PROMPTLY Is Oar Earneet RtH43C pounds contains about niuoty two and and nearly straight skirt and aro liked dollars worth of pomposity and ar- Â¬ Â¬ with tho new stripes of sateon Intro- rogance with a one dollar public office one half pounds of oxygen Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will Hkimately I Petersburg Index Appeal Tho quantity of hydrogen in tho duced in darkor colors than tho ground Ho who is truly In pence never sus- Â¬ body of such a man is nbout fourteen of tho gingham and in stripos of Tr- - j to success and and make its happy Navy bluo sateen pects others But ho who is ill at oaso and one half pounds and in the form regular widths stripos on gray bluo grounds mako up and discontented is disturbed by vari- Â¬ Â¬ of gas would fill about twenty six hun ous suspicions Thomas a Kompis dred cubic feotj in other words tho woll with a collar and cuffs of velvet hydrogen in n mans body if sot free and throo or four largo volvot covercd Words contain nothing except in the form of gas would fill a room buttons sot each sido of tho gathors at what wo put into thorn Thoy aro oc- Â¬ twenty foot long thirteen feet wido tho waiat lino of thd front Tho casions which if ono has dono tho an -- DKALKKS IN- and ten feet high The samo body French waist shows no darts but is tededddt thinking required stir tho contains nbout thirty ono pounds of gathered in front and back at tho mind to think along a proscribed chan ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWAHE carbon Theso two olomonts there-Â¬ nock and wnlst ovor a fitted lining nel WOODEN WARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS fore togelhor mako up about ono hun- Â¬ of thin whito silesia or sateen it Wit loses its respect with tho dred and thirty eight of tho ono hun- Â¬ may be quite round but is most ofton good when soon in company with mal Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools ami Material slightly pointed in baok and front Tho Ico and to smilo at a jest which plants dred and forty oight pounds ALL KINDS ol METAL ROOFING ami G0TTERIV is water skirt Is shirred at tho top of tho back The principal compound n thorn In anothers breast is to bo More than one half the weight of our but Is slightly draped on thd hips or como a principal in tho mischief FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOW v bones three quarters of tho woight of olso is laid in plaits thut mcot in front Sheridan Scotch flannels of wido or narrow HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS our muscles and seven eighths of our There is no friendship that is blood or about three fifths tho woight stripos or crossbars aro mado just as strong enough to get along unless it FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS El t ginghams aro and hnvo bunds of moiro tako faults for granted Saints Way of the ttholc body are water or of faille ribbon on tho collar and bo plenty In Heaven but they are very Besides water muscle bones and LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US skin contain what chemists call pro alcoves instead of velvet scarce on earth and If you aro going Undcr skirts for travelors aro of moi to form friendships you must form Thoso consist compounds teine mainly of four chemical olemonts hair of light quality and clear gray them 60 thnt they will bo able to swal- Â¬ carbon oxygon hydrogen and nltro- - color mado with ono or two plaited low up tho faults of thoso you love gem Tho albumen or whito of 0g flounces around tho foot ThoEO who Any plane almost whether up or RCiiMONi Ky July 10 ISM the casoino curd df milk and myo profcr washing fabrics uso tho striped down In nearly every department of sin the basis of muscle arc proKflno seersucker Of also cifltton Cheviots in individual lifo is accessible and can be I clean bluo and whito or gray shades compounds reached by proper sots of choices and When country boys chew wheat and ohk petticoats nro iu great lavor tor efforts or fail to be reached by the got what they call whoat gum they a11 occasions and aro mado of olthor lack of those Let us reullzo that the makn a sort of chnminal nnalvsls in Claco silk Or surah with a -flounce i altitude of our porsonal life in the thoir mouths separating out the starch arouuuuo loot ana several nounces various spheres of oxistenoe is in gen- Â¬ and sucrar and some of the other in- up the bacic breadth to tho bolt eral tho result of our own choosing THE R0DE3DALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET L Striped and changeablo taffeta silks Where we dosire decide and strive to grediddU of wheat Tho residue WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE which thoy call wheat gum consists have boon used but the preference rear our intellectual moral roliglous ELSE NEED APPLY chiefly of gluten a proteine substance now is for solid colored silk skirts- - social aesthetic home whether upon A bottle containing about twenty ocru bluo gray and above all for tho bracing mountain or ddwtt by the pounds of tallow was shown to illus- Â¬ black silk petticoats which aro now sluggish pool there it will be S S trate the fat in the average mans worn under light colored dresses Tho Times oouy rat forms about lilteen per flounces of glaco silk skirts aro pinked In our land men havo classified oetit df the wholo weight of tho aver- - and thoso of surah aro sometimes thomselvos We have aristocrats but age adult Tho bodies of stout people fldgfed with fish net strips or with nar God mado them and there never will Will be sold on following terms Twenly Five Dollars caJi balance in ti be a liino when mightiness of soul meats of 150 on Saturday of each uefk to be jwid to Dr W G have more fat and thoso of lean peo- Â¬ row point desprit lace hte Worth is reviving old fashioned shall not overshadow littleness of soul tary of the Richmond K L- - Corjwiriitlnti ple less who will reeeit fir tin- n Our foods like our bodios contain lawns and dotted muslins for dresses It was designed that some should bo No Interest will be charged ou the purchase mmtey until after the expirit water proteine and fats and also two to be worn nt garden parties during high some intermediate and soma low 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 jwr e iit will be eharged on Hi t other classes of compounds carbohy- Â¬ tho porfect days of June and for as trees are some forty some ono hun- Â¬ chase money remaining uujxihl By this method parties eau buy aud r r drates and mineral matters Starch country wear throughout tho summer dred and some tho giant pines how a good lot at a small price on eay term- - without interest ami free ot cit The grounds aro cream whito or light solitary their tops must be and sugar are carbohydrates Vege Â¬ three Any yntmg man in Richmond can buy one or more of these Mn and p13 table foods such as wheat corn and lytintod pink bluo or gray with hundred feet in height But how without ft tliug the burden in the very near intHretltfe property will lieu potatoes contain a largo proportion small thick dots wrought all over over high thoir tops may reach their U of carbohydrates In meats the pro- Â¬ them and nro strewn with sprays tit roots rest in tho samo soil as men much more than it is now st llui at The eity rapidly extending in tlir flowers in natural colors or with rose though they can grow and tower aloft rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further information portion of carbohydrates is small vino stripes showing loaves and un- Â¬ as much as they pleaso still stand oa a ou W G Wiiitb E W Wiaaixs or Stepukx D Pakkmii Richmond Lj There are small quantities of carbo Â¬ 48- hydrates in tho human body Thus blown buds Thoso aro mado up in common level Beccher quaint ways with a long over skirt called inosite sometimes muscl2 practiced faintness sugar a substance tome what similar nearly covering tho lowor skirt which to ordinary sugar is found in tho has a foot trimming of a double ruffle Bow the Girls In a Western ractory Secure Carriage Hid is mueclos aud other parts of tho body drawn by a cord through tho middle I dont think women faint as easily Our bones aud teeth contain a great The top of the over skirt also has deal of phosphate of lime and other thick cords holding its fullness tho as they would havo us men beliove There are min- Â¬ full belted waist has a corded joke remarked a horny handed young mart mineral substances eral matters in all parts of the body and there arc cords in points at tho who is employed In a Denver factory There aro a number of girls in the and in all our foods Youth Coin top of the full sloeves A bolt wili who work whero flowing ribbons fastened on tho left shop ho continued paaion side or a surah sash knotted behind tho heat is often oppressive and every TO MAKE GOOD CROPS oncircloa the waist Tho neck has now and then a girl succumbs to tho heat and faints doad away The hoad Tho Three Thine hsscutlal to Securing a turned over plaiting of the lawn edged of tho firm is a kind hoarted man and with Valenciennes lace hnd this fulls Pair Yield ol Griln la a jabot down tho front of tho waist hd has givou instructions to tho fore- Â¬ In the making of good crops three a things aro essential These are a To wear with these gowns aro nearly man in evonts of this kind to order A flat hats with brim of opon laco likc carriago and send the girl home good soil thoroughly prepared good straw and tho crown covered by flowers girl who can faint fluently is an object seed carefully planted in good season of envy and admiration among the aud thorough cultivation given at the and vinos usually rose vines or ivy othor girls and sho is sometimos re-Â¬ The USED and none b t with tendrils drooping at the back proper time Tho growth and yield The Japanese cottons introduced at garded with jeolous suspicion too of tho crops are largely dependent GOOD EMPLOYED Not long ago a serious accident upon these throe items and a failuro Newport last year are again shown in Of either one will affect the yield to a grayish blue figuros and flowers on happened to ono of tho girls whilo at greater or less extent With the rich white grounds for making ontiro cos- Â¬ work and then followed ono of tho soil the elements of plitnt growth are tumes gown hat and parasol for most harrowing fainting recitals I ever Examine our stock and you will be pleased Tho girls fell in all direc- Â¬ furnished the preparation places It in Casino woar and for cU fresco enter-Â¬ wltnossed 30 20 tions some want into hysterics and The modistes also import a good condition to bo taken up and tainments used by the growing plants and in ad- Â¬ organdios and thicker French muslins others had fits and tried to bito tho to dition aids materially to secure a bet- Â¬ with white grounds thickly strewn gallant workmen who endeavored For good seed plant Â¬ with tiny flowers bluo rnyosotis helio- Â¬ revive them As fast as thoy woro ter germination carried out of tho tainting department ed in well prepared soil not only tropes corn flowors or carnitions germinate in a shorter time but there and thoso aro made with bolted waists and a doctor who had been sent for RICHMOND KENTUCKY will bo loss of the seed that will fall tucked full sleevos and single straight at tho time of tho accident applied when thoy were to grow bo that with those conditions skirts tho scams of the waist joined reVtoratives Then were sent homo in 11 18SD- provided not only will a better germi Â¬ by beading and tho nock fully able to travel they and coupes carriages barouches timo Mochlin lace nation be sccurod but thriftier and trimmed with old of a trusty malo more vigorous plants will be started crossing tho lapped front in a frill that each girl In charge Thirteen Departments of Study Classical Sck n employe A fat blondo who was Three Colleges falls in jabot folds Harpers Bazar tip the first to lapso into utter uncon- Â¬ and Commercial Preparatory Courses With those secured tho next im- Â¬ LIFES BEST YEARS sciousness was being carried out by a portant item is thorough cultivation StudenlH find homes Iu the best families and Memorial Hall little sparrow legged Norwegian who given in good season With vigor- Â¬ lJut Only a Woman Can Properly Mold had clasped her about tho waist from moderate 160 to 241 Attendance lat session from 27 Slates and It- Their Ilasplness ous thrifty plants at tho start a good As he staggered along undor lories For full information aud Catalogue apply to behind From twenty one to twcnty flvo might growth can bo readily kopt up if good 9 13 L E 3LA1TT01T D D CiasceUor burden the obliging girl hold her cultivation is given It must bo given bo tho best years of life but upon one his clear of tho floor to make tho trip feet condition only that scorns possible as tho best in good season easier for him But she went homo in growth can bo obtained only by Tho condition Is that tho man bo in a carriage just tho same Well the keeping clean and in a good tilth bonds of noblo socvitudo of admiration excitement had about died out when There will bo JiooLKctplna Short IlandTelrgmphjJCef If five or six workings aro noccssary to a noblo woman a big red cheeked V II I t If T ElaEasElaEV tWrltefor Catnloatte and futUii format toniLJL3 S to give a good crop as far as posslblo much of disquiet attendant upon such a girl who had no ver before been known the first three at least should bo given service but it will bo tho restlessness to faint suddenly slid into a state of TTgtxxca in tho first four wcoks after the plants of sure and certain growth and growth coma A dozen muscular workmen Ah but tho in tho highest direction appear above tho ground got a plaak under the girl and carried If a good growth is secured from tho woman must bo of exalted mold llttlo her out to another room whero an at- Â¬ i FU start and the crop is planted in good short indeed of a divinity Other- Â¬ tempt was mado to revive her but so that a good growth is made wise it woro diabolicaL 6eason without avail Tho Greeks had no more than an tho plants will withstand a drought Tho doctor was feeling her pulse with moro or less damage than when inkling of this method although as a another girl was plying a fan tho fore Â¬ I BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND this has not been done and it is poss- Â¬ rule they could not rear such hlgh man was pouring water down her back Our Grand Clearance Sale of ValI soulcd women as it Is tho privilcgo of and two mon were slapping hor feet ible by securing this growth to keep Paper was a perfect success fejets FubHih it up by good cultivation so that a fair modorn Europe to excel in With when a big policeman came in to mako un- Â¬ them tho philosophers played tho part yiold may bo obtainod evon in an u police report on tho accident He favorable season But neglect of oithor of tho woman Often thoy played it approached the group surrounding tho Also sell these articles on commit ono of tho ossentias will bo certain to detestably but not always Tho raro unconscious girl when she accidental- Â¬ exceptions were thoso unscxed men ly opened ono eye As sho caught a affect tho growth and yiold man- Â¬ who had attained to tho state of pure glimpso of tho big copper sho jumped Because we had made up our mind to The quality of tho seed and the sell every roll of the last seasons goods F0RH1TUBE BEFIHISHED ner of planting largely determines tho contemplative spirits to ofwhom tho to her feet and shrieked a world stand whilo tho fertility of tho soil world is but a shadow I aint agoln home In no ambu- Â¬ no matter at what price they had to go llrow n Blanks went at 5 cents to lance and tho cultivation largely determines Thoy mado Greece tha finest Emtiosed Golds at 15 cent and UPHOLSTERING done In tie Similarly tho woman of our age She walked DenverCoLNowe tho growth and yiold of tho plants that They all went the Inst roll of them most artistic sty h havo started up Tho host yield can who from tho most unselfish motives Cousequently we havo rate-THE LATEST FREAK SBest of refereiiee andAL STIN only bo realized by gotting a good oven dovotcs herself to othors whether to G L classes or entire na-Â¬ lie Allows Curiosity Seekers to Ilreak 108 East Maui St 12 15 stand of healthy vigorous plants aad individuals or Cobblo Stones on Ills Head then kooping up a good growth until tions has in her power to mako tho There is a llvo novelty in an up town the crop is mado by thorough cultiva- Â¬ man in his early manhood This is dime museum that is attracting gen- Â¬ tion Tho moro thoroughly theso con- Â¬ well known but it is worth iteration ditions nro supplied tho better tho If only wc could keep colleges of tried eral attention This drawing card BOT SIMPLY A TREMENDOUS STOCK OF is a man who glories in the exclusive yiold and the profit St Louis Ke women for tho finishing of tho educa of our boys I warrant tho re- - possession of tho power to let immense I tion publie All tha cobble stones bo broken on his head a m suit would bo astounding Tho customary grain of salt does not Year Round Dont Stint the Calves a a a accompany this museum statement from the chee t to Ihe finest handWarning to Chinese Dudes A calf is worth nearly as much as a Tho man is as largo as lifo and as plain made goods in cndlebs varieties ami at cow Not that it will bring as much to tho sight as day If tho established Tho acting Governor of Kiangsu monoy but at a very small outlay it admission foe is paid Whilo doing will bo brought to a cow and if woll Hwang has issued a proclamation call- Â¬ his act he wears a largo but frailly ing attention to tho sumptuary laws of constructed holmet of iron This is a fed and cored for it will a good cow any other city in Ihe IB SSLU2W3 THE Tho best of all grain foods for a calf is the collected statutes of tho Ta tslng sixteenth ot an Inch in thickness and heard of in this or Union aud ieraeaiber although tho standard feed Â¬ Dynasty which ho says will be vlgosS is placed over his head the base or bran and ing tablos glvo ryo bran a higher valuo ously enforcod as regards wearing ap- Â¬ lowest extremity resting on his shoul- Â¬ Not Be Undersold than wheat bran tho latter is consider- Â¬ parel Tho people of this provinco ders Thore is an opening for tho oyes Wo ably tho bettor food Wheat bran con- Â¬ which includos Soochow and Shang Â¬ and pose On tho top is a square groove tains moro than throe por coat of hai are he observes notoriously ex- Â¬ in which an ordinary cobblo stone is by any iu the laud The public gen Â¬ sugar and ryo bran less than ono por travagant in their way of living striv Â¬ placed Then ono of tho audlenco ia erally are Ioited lo Inspect goods and cent Sugar being wholly digostiblo ing to surpasseach other in tho rich Â¬ requested to break tho stone A price Your obedient servant and easily changed into vital hoat ness of their apparel and thoir want common large sized sledge hammer Is wheat bran is a good food for young of propriety is shown in tho crowded used In the work of destruction Tho GEO H WILLGIKG animals in tho winter At tho same state of flower boat and restaurantsÂ¬ object of tho helmet is to offsot tho ef- Â¬ toDecorator in Paint and Paper price per pound as corn it is worth whoro men and women assemblo 32 31 Tho bright colored jackets fect of any blow that might miscarry twice as much notonly for its nitro gether and land about tho face or shoulders geu but for the phosphates it contajns and waistcoats of the young mon em Â¬ Tho man shows twelve tlmosa day Hlm ncx dxtw CHlbaw and which go to mako up bono This broidered at ncok and slooves with twelve new aad perfoctly constructed HARRISON Post OfHec is the reason ot its high valuo for feed- - flowers and other ornamoats aro shock Â¬ stones being owed There is no fako 109 IRVINE STREET log your stock colts and pigs as woll ing to tho view of sober respectable about tho hammer tho stones or tho 6S61 us calve It is a safo food No ono citizens who know that money should destroying blows The cnomy to tho Next Door to Post Office ever hurt his animals by giving them not bo squandered by men on such cobble told a reporter that ho first dis- Â¬ too much bran It has every clement thlnars It Is a-- Govornors duty to covered that it was impossible to of hay and corn combined but whilo It watch over the behavior of the peoplo break his skull when on shipboard AND is good foodit should bo used judi committed to his charge uud he warns he fell from aloft to tho deck a dis- Â¬ young men therefore that A calf six or eight months them ciously tance of one hundred and ten feet Ho old will do woll ou two pounds daily ol dressed in a foolish oxtravegant way landed according to his story flat on Done Promptly CAP PETS LAID IN Having taken a thnrmiRh rUr e will bo arrested and punished and tho FINE STYLE Give him a Call 24 Khittergartea tMHler Mij Adan it which costing two cents is very tho top of his head and got up smil Â¬ Lxltigiou I wMl npem cheap feeding The very best of hay responsibility of thoir fathers older ing This fall was tho means of put Â¬ calves and brothors and tutors will not be overÂ¬ ting should ba reserved for tho into an easy livelihood ho him OnMonday Sspteabsr 9 89 with bran it will cause tho young looked Pckin Gazette says and he has become so accustomed a things to grow steadily Americas a eoboal at Mty Ixme an Thirl Si8 To think well of every other mans to cobbles that ho actually believes the Agriculturist t I an prepared to do all kinds nt A lurxe ami welt vBiIlaied roa u condition and-- to dislike our owe is biggest st6am pile drlverof the land II Carpenters work In first style te tfttfK far tins purpu There will bo no danger of a va one of tho misfortunes of human would have a large contract oa hand Also estimates furyiahe cifs fitrHMK- bUrsatiHi apply PJ on nature Pleased with each Others lot if It attempted to smash his upper notiee running out if the riety of potatoes MSB LOULA BRONdTON H TYLER BAXTER quarters N Y alall and Express Burton j our own w6 hate 6- 82- 230 N Third S bast tuber are saved for seed Which Â¬ I TBE 10 COMMAKDMEKTS SHACKELFORDGEN TFV I I SHACEELPORD a GKMTEY ROBES DALE - Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet -- BRECK PHELPS Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWAHE MADE TO OllDEE Roofing and Guttering Dom Q BEST MATERIAL WORKMEN BARBED WIRES FOR FSlGIlffG CENTRAL UNIVERSITY NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER Exn RYANT STBATTON Business College AlllOlf V imam rummi Second RNITURE vyhll rHrcn HOUSE W HI ST 9 ii huz ra-soi-a- lo i- Old ooils Left NEW HOME Â¬ Prices Iiover Than Ever P M POPE C S XE3 Will EiaTED nmiiciiit S DMILLEB Furniture Bepawing UPHOLSTERING KI1EMMTEI Carpenters Work i brl ticiUy - ii i j