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US- - - O W iSmUmauii mmaw Jiiui -- www SSSSIii VK JUIIH JJPIUU i J - n MtMKMV ffeJ5SSfffii yay -- T Vc LTsi mp w fL2 Y v JJ 1 Jel - - oe - - o7 i vn Y - I I - I J m TOLTTME ATTOTUTBYS III t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY ovory living thing which came within a mllo of himnothlng further would bo expected of him So far as man has beon able to discover the beast never cracks a smile nor makes a joke and nothing evor stops on his coat tails and gets away alive The legend In regard to htm Is that he puts In tho hours be- Â¬ tween daylight and sunrise grieving becnuse ho wasnt made a turtle dove but legends are not to bo depended on CONCERNING OCTOBER 23 1889 GOUT NUMBER 19 cr R 6 ji A T BURXAM TTORNEtS AT LAW K i SADDLES s- - - - Krsjtbcky Tlte old and reliable Saddle llHrness House of No 96 - Garuett Second House stiwlc of nwil No IIS V arns BtHMtog Pint - J r c l LLIVA A J TORNMV A h TLA H Kkktockv i c s 1 r4 uvy ELL i S real cu hb formerly Street next to has a complete Tl ORXET m i A T JA ir Tnii4 - - Kmttucky IENTAI MJROiSRY Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weight Soap Oils and cverythin- - ele needed by persons wiio Itandle horses Saddles Harness Bridles D r l Ml v wilkks sauru h t i l strkg mow - Saddles anuiac lured to Order - - Kkktwcky Otto - 111 HHiicMlHStrwt IimIM Ii H Ii KGAX JD Jttif D uvoxo r V kentuckt - v i iiu Stunt wwrMnalMmXwUuiint Harness of erery deseriptlon Trace Cliaiue Hamcs Backhands Bellybandsr Collar- - Collar Pads ITame Strin s Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things need on the farm Only experienced werkmen em and none but the best material used lentlemeifs ladies and bsys SadiHes kept in slock Â¬ J 1 ployed If you want a Saddle you have h hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards ILyou i rimieil rwMunae Everything want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 3 up PHYierANS All prices of Plow Gear from J M 1 OYKTZ the chenpest to tlie best Some thin entirely new in Curry Combs liSIClAXAItDSURGEON mjt - - - Kkktuckt The haiulbomest lot ol lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- Mid Street imk to VMtA Drug HEED D D S SI A KMNTUCfCl G H LYAXSMDS 7 s ICAX A XD SURG BON M GORMLEY J jND Kwctockv Second 1 J TAYLOR d - saddles WCG0R m mm 1LEY Â¬ r Practitioner Ir Meditloe asd Surgery i - Kkktuckv tiil over Byfcea Gro erj itniS M FOSTER KaHTtMKVt CO con tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug store rn i T N cnArA ADirtGcw M I Sales aid Harness mi Mtvet iMixdfMtrls Ijumi ti viUence at fnr 34tn himI TMes le A MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work men Cooling Blankets nore Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Huzzies Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck lee Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Gombg Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains I 1 1 I L ROBERTS IvWmTCKY s i i CIAK AMJJStJtGEOAT u - r ices lUmj V Cf it Wfartt o Mm iMie U i nafc A wliifi Oftwe Storp wot hU S-- w 1 1 rr sEXSMiril M D SltlAJf AKD5URGMO - Kw rticJcY IUit prolaxjlniinl rVte im in- the jh8- - - s M mletshsr KNTOCKY 9S-- Hame Strings and everything olee belonging to a complete Sad dlery and Harness Shop A Specialty of AD vraltb iwmiig Mate Street 1J W BRIGHT M D i 11 SICIAK ASD SURGEON Kektccky xr Y nctkw8leai twinaawr niitaiil MicwiilwiMaant Heane iimi iKxir InSmHkJMHinKmi Main Htop Light RGad Track Harness Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and alto that with which Bell Yara raised herself from 2 5Q0 to 15000 ALL WORK WARRANTED 41 40 Â¬ utMa- I S I10LT0K Homeopathic FbysolEa and Surgeon KKXTUCKY IIMD t V inip nfi nrn over 10 1 n c u t li efte alt a ucom lVMmta KSHterf alsentas to HniKufthe mees 1o M JirtKtatR Hpctal Mp m mt Hi vrmgMH HH fc aileiiUon to Our Grtiutl CJenraiioe Sale of Wnll Popdr was n perfect tucaesB tot8- - iI 4 JENNINGS GIBSON Physioiass anil Surgeons UM M Krntucky ewr A w jb Mo Olfl X mind tn pooil re Main stfieet L AlLTZ JrSICAAT AND SURtiEON IM Mi KuaTTVCKr Wmwhp d H-- no umUer at wltHt price lliey had to Brswij Belike vtni at 6 cuts to p the fiuesl Ettiliosfeil Gulds at IocpiiI They all went the last roll of them Cwequetilly w e have s4l every nll of tlw Jasi seHiins IU CHiwe we liud niHile up ntir A PARROT BAROMETER Bar Forecasts the Weather with Greater Accuracy Than the Glass The Roman Bishops famous com- Â¬ He was a rough knotty specimen of pliment to iho handsome Anglo Saxon tho able bodied seaman one who had captives Not Angles but angels grown old beforo tho most and sailed had proter results than ita actual In all sorts of craft In every sea trav- Â¬ brilliancy might Beam to merit and eled by ships As ho stood at tho boat St Leo doubtless had no idea when he landing at tho foot of Vallejo street prayod to Heaven to aid Rome against waiting to be taken otf to his ship ho the in vf ding Huns and hurl back made a study woll worthy of tho best these Tartars into the fires of Tar- Â¬ effort of an artist But what attracted tarus that this punning prayer was the attention of tho loiterers on the to fix upon tho unlucky Tartars as dock even moro than tho appearance they were then called a nickname that of tho bronzed old salt was a large would never die greon and red parrot perched on tho Such puns havo more than onco seamans shoulder and apparently played a formidable part In history oblivious of the cries of a number of France expiated by the devastation of wharf rats who kept up a continuous an entire province a coarse and clumsy repetition of Pretty Poll Polly play upon corpse and corpulence want a cracker and other kindred made by the French King in derison of phrases his terrible neighbor William tho Polly bo Mowed said tho old tar Conqueror Charles Vs jesting as ho gently stroked with his seaworn assertion ho that could put hand the brilliant plumage of his par Paris in his glove gant though rot His names Barometer though meant only to indicate thesuporlor wo can mm uar lor short He is else of Ghent to the Paris of that day the boss bird and is known to every stung Franois L into the renowal of a skipper and man ho has sailed with languishing war One of Louis XV s for tho last twelve years upstart favorites was driven from tho Queer name for a bird hoy Woll court by tho biting pun that turned his you wouldnt say so if you had ever new titlo of Marquis de Vandiere into sailed in tho same ship with him Marquis dAvant hier tho day be- Â¬ Bar Why Bar is truer than any fore yesterday barometer your smart land lubbors Tho epigrammatic brevity of Sir over mado to foretell tho weather Francis Drakes celebrated but prob- Â¬ changes and manys tho tlmo ho has ably mythical dispatch announcing tho warned us long before tho glass gave rout of tho Armada which consisted tho least sign of a change of the single word Cantharides Le In tho South Pacific ocean among the Spanish fly has been twice paral the islands and in the Asiatic seas leled in our own age Sir Charles where we were togothor on trading Napier and Lord Dalhousie respective- Â¬ voyages Bar has been tho means of ly announced the annexation of Scinde the safety of moro than one vessel and that of Oude in one word apiece that would If It were not for taking iPeccaviIhavo sinned Scinde and his word In preference to tho showing Vovi I have vowed Oude Equally of tho glass have been caught unpre Â¬ historical is tho bitter pun that changed pared and lost with all hands In tho the name of the sluggish Admiral Tor sudden storms that como on In those rington to Admiral Tarry in to Wn waters Napoleon who was no man for light On my last trip which was in tho jesting is credited with only a single Pitcalrn a trading schooner we fol- Â¬ pun and that a rather poor one Dur Â¬ lowed Bars predictions as we had ing his great Italian campaign of ofton done before and wo owe tho 1796 7 ho replied to a lady who won- Â¬ safety of tho schooner and our lives to dered to find such a famous man so having dono so We were In tho young I am young to day but to-Â¬ South Pacific after fino woods and Lc morrow I shall have Milan cocoa nut oil and were bound nwtfe ans ti thousand years A for Apia where wo intended to much better joke was that made on tho obtain some stores For two or three great conqueror himself by an Italian days bofore the barometer gave us any Countess who hearing him say All indication of what was coming Bar Italians are traitors replied pointed- Â¬ had been climbing about tho schooner ly Not all of them but a good part with his feathers ruffled and ever Equally neat and ready to bite at any one approaching even more grimly significant was Bis- Â¬ him Ho appeared all out of sorts marcks answer to a person who was and though we could not make out ex-Â¬ speculating how much tho impending actly on account of Bar refusing to war of 1870 would cost France Not talk what was tho matter yet wo much said tho Iron Count only two knew there must be trouble ahead Napoleona David Ker in Harpors We looked at the sky and sea and Magazine every thing promised a continuation of the fino woather wo were then having RAMMING ICE FLOES The barometer was steady and wo How This Is Accomplished by the Stronc wore startled by him crying out All lj llullt Dundee Whalers No stronger vessels than those of tho hands on deck take In all sail Bar then chuckled softlyf alter Dundee whalers are built they are from A storm four hundred to one thousand tons dis which ho began repeating placement have powerful well secured oh what a storm is coming until wo engines to resist the shock of ramming got fairly tired of hearing it Bar kept this up for two days and or stoppage of thepropeler by ice and are built with an eye to the easy and then retired to his perch in tho fore- Â¬ rapid replacement of rudder propeler castle On the third day we wore sail- Â¬ and propelor shaft if damaged theso ing at a good speed when Bar again parts being carried in duplicate Abovo called Tumble out every one quick all other considerations they possess for your lives The mate who was forward just strength for ramming as well as resistÂ¬ ance to lateral pressure when nipped then turned to us and said I have known that bird for a long Another very important feature is that the bow shall have considerable time and I am going to follow his Got out here and take in all inclination which permits the vessel warning when ramming very heavy Ice to lift sail and make every thing snug lor a slightly and slide on it thus easing the blow A few of the men who had never shock and assisting the cutting action of the bow with the downward crush- Â¬ hoard of tho Bar iolng now hands ing weight of tho ship In this way it grumbled at having to obey orders Is possible for those steamers at full from a parrot but tbfiy wore mighty speed to ram Ice 0 vpr twenty feet thick thankful a short time afterward It was not ten minutes after getting and receive no immediate Incapacitat- Â¬ in readiness that the seas commenced ing damage- If tho ice is not too heavy tho shear- Â¬ to rise and within half an hour wo like rise and fall of tho bow Is repeat- Â¬ were in the midst of tho same storm ed several times as tho vessel steams that wrecked the German and Ameri- Â¬ powerfully ahead until her headway is can war ships at Samoa Wo hod a good boat and being Tho difiiculty then Is to ex Â¬ checked tract tho ship from tho dock she has well away from any land and prepared cut by her advance the floes press on thanks to Bar we managed to weath- Â¬ her sides cakos of ice and slush fill er the worst storm I over knew of dur- Â¬ her wake and there is nothing hut the ing the years I havo sailed the ocean I would not part with tho bird and ice hampered propoler with which to overcome her inertia and draw back ho goes on every trip I do Where out of the nip Frequently this is In Â¬ Bar is no glass is needed lie will quickly call out to you what to expect sufficient and the ship may bo crushed Ensign A A Ackcrman in Popular whenevor there comes a change San Francisco Examiner Science Monthly Some That Hava Played a FormlUablo lart In Pontics and Dlplomaojv Buo-na-par- te HISTORICAL PUN NEWS PARAGRAPHS I I J How Tea Was Discovered NATURAL HISTORY NOTES i if w Mate jttjjU LuilJiHg mptttUt M laliaj k -- Ii J LTiip if nnir simply a tremendous stock of ani Stesa Fitting Q Rfeirlir a Specialty AH XffiES Gas imiA krpt nt Gns Works McCAqpy oofls Left W OOS5S j4l m iml Leave ortlerfl al lUtnauzn - r W G Whites lJnig SKire from the cheapest to the finest hand made goods in emilees varieties and at THOMAS B ATMS Fmqgs Loafer Than Ever heard of in this or any other city Union and remember In Real Estate and General Collecting Agencyr S Special attention paid Uj die ae r i exchenge of Real Estate and to the cr icUon of all kinds of accounts 74 the WeYillofBe Undersold CRAPSEY 40 Wiggins Can ArcMtects Buck Cincinnati n fer BROWN Oi by any intlie lntid The pulillo gen erally are inviteii to iniect goods ami Your obedient servant price GEO M WILL6ING Decorator in Paint and Paper 22 81 N emtMl m erjog VincytlerMmf OwingvlHe ictfaea In Wuiltliims micpifiillv Rt8ininnrMiiBHJexWti cars either sur for LIGHTNING- and face orpropeling street is asserted that elevated It LOUISVILLE KY good speed can be attained without the TORNADO usual note smoke cinders and escape of steam Very littlo fire is required Seven Splendid Companies as the exhausted steam is saved and The Largest and Mnest Hotel in same Philadelphia ooftdaosed in the boiler using theof exÂ¬ America Jfariii he city water continually Any danger Massachusetts plosion is averted by tho boilor not be- Â¬ Sprfngfioldj Rates 250 to 4 Per Day Gormanio New York coming heated by water passing -Hartford through tho tubes as by tho ordinary Oonnooticttt According to rooms -New York method Tho steam reservoir is capaJfiagara Turkish ami Rasrian BaUte in Amawn Cincinnati ble of resisting a pressure of 1000 pounds to the square inch but will - Philadelphia PemwylvRnin Hotel 82 31 hardly over carry more than 200 to 300 pounds of steam From this simple ROCK BOTTOM RATES process are derived the following valu Â¬ Office at Farmers National Bank able features of tho now motor Ab Â¬ Call and see us before placing solute safety great economy in run Â¬ ning expenses and such simplicity of Mr Grce W Jady represent Inc yonr insurance construction and handling that it can Lilian Bwit parts Ky- - will pet i Turkey BURAM HUME IViw lure htettt be run by any man of common ordi vffcpr Int and Hill waul twenty Ml 41ttaHe N B Milling property and nary sense Its safety is due not to drte8at ltlchtxt itiartcet piUc the skill of tho driver but to the prin Â¬ country stores a specialty a hberal tiujer btve vuur ciple on which It Is built St Louis urWm SALT tssa BJS FIRE f SUM CE -- Tea came into use almost by acci-Â¬ dent Some Buddhist priests going on a missionary expedition from North- Â¬ ern India to China took with them the dried leaves and also some cuttings of an indigenous shrub which was said to bavo the power of correcting any injurious properties in the brackish water they might meet on tho way The decoction thus made pleased tho missionaries so well that they contin- Â¬ ued as a matter of taste to drink it after they reached China and intro- Â¬ They also duced it to their converts set about planting the precious shrub and although It did not thrive so well In China as in its native Assam be coming smaller both in stem and leaf it was so well liked ttiat it soon formed the foundation of tho favorite bover ago of all China Thence it was brought to Europe to bo drunk and desired by Englishmen of every deÂ¬ gree And It Is only of late years that Assam teahas corae into tho European market to bo looked upon rather sus pioiously as tho rival of Its own degen Â¬ London erated Chlneso daughter Standard New Method of Storing Steam Â¬ Newly Acquired Facts Concerning Three QuecrlfMade Animals THE GIEAFFE giraffe is of affectionate disposition His confidence is easily secured and when once he puts his trust in you you can feed him cayenne pepper in apiece of apple and he will lay it on to some one else The giraffe lives to tho ago of thirty five if not sooner disposed of by accident and he Is then resigned to have his skin mode Into a rug for somebodys pug dog to sleep on There is a legend among the natives of Africa that tho giraffe never sleeps but that ho spends his hours of darkness In weeping over tho sins of the world This is prob- Â¬ ably tho reason why tho world isnt A new method of btoring steam to be far more wicked than it is and every utilized and cqntroled for motive power body should bo willing to pay an extra of any description L especially adapted ten cents to see tho giraffe with tho Â¬ Nature made a curious mistake in regard to the giraffe Sho gavo him such an extra length o neck that he is obliged to feed on the foliage of trees and let the rich grass under his feet strictly alone She mado him pretty but awkward She gave hlmbeautl ful limbs but he runs with a wobble He is practically defenseless and yet ho Is boosted up in the air where every thing can see him There is some of- Â¬ fset however in the fact that tho circus THE lOnNOCEEOS -- - Â¬ TifiP WflMTEIi Â¬ 1L SS S1 x Globe Democrat Hie idea in bringing out tho rhinoo eros was to get something that no other country could beat for ugliness While there are several brands of the beast all put up in different packages with different labels all amount to tho same thing when you cut tho string While the and untie tho bundle giraffe Is two stories high with a hip roof the rhinoceros stopped short at the basement and has never been finished up To reward him for not being quite as homely as the hippopotamus he was given a hide so thick that a grape shot would only tickle him and as an offset- for not havÂ¬ as largo us an ing a mouth alligator he was given a temper as hot as wild cats and hornets boiled down together The rhinoceros was not expected to cut any thing of a dash In this world Ho was given to understand that if ho took care of his appetite and mado It unpleasant for Â¬ Dr William Riweh Ilarrotkburg is the Prehistoric Period This tiresome disease is sometimes dead looked upon as aponalty for the luxuri- Â¬ O W Welsh a prominent citizen of ous living of comparatively modern Boyle county is dead days but as a matter of fact it has af- Â¬ Several eatfes of yellow fever at Key flicted man from the earliest times Not long ago a mummy was un Â¬ West but 110 danger of spreading wound In Egypt which was shown by Dr Daniel Uober formerly physician inscriptions to bo the mortal remains tn the penitentiary died suddenly at THE SEA nOESE of ono of the Pharaohs and the knot- Â¬ Frankfurt Tho sea horse is so called because ted fingers proved Incontestably that General H D Clayton President of ho hasnt tho least resemblance to a this monarch who roigned threo thou- Â¬ horse and becauso ho Is nover seen in sand years ago was a victim to gout the University of A in ba inn Is dead the sea The namo given him by some Tho Romans we know from sevoral aged iixty ftve smart Alec who felt awfully funny that passages In their literature were no Miss Anna D Crnxton f Part and day Some years later another smart strangers to its attacks and in their Mr Luetau Logan of DanviHe are tn Alec changed tho name to sea cow timos as in ours it was largely attrib- Â¬ be married ou the 30th but that doesnt hit any closer uted to high living A curious fact in connection with gout in the days of Tuo cotton oompre aes five wara They are found in rivors and of lagoons instead sea the Cssars is that it is said to have iioutie a ml 4900 bales of cotton were thd aqd thoy resemble cows as much then found Its victims chiefly among burned at Savannah The Ios is as a stuffed woodchuck does a live tho weaker sex who nowadays ara estimated at JIOOOOO lion The principal occupation of a comparatively free from It Tho writings of Galen Hippocrates A2V00 monument with statue of as wo are obliged to and other Greek physicians show that Hie French explurer Lf Halle present Â¬ call him Is promenading around on tho muddy bottoms of muddy rivers gout was as common in ancient Greeoo ed by Hon Lambert Tree has been unsatisfying his hunger on the best tho as in her great Latin rivaL Galen veiled in Lincoln Park Chicago land affords and making tho neighbor said of it that it was a distemper which The stone houe ofMr Clem Stude hood highly uncomfortable for African 1 nono but tho gods could cure an opin- Â¬ biker at South Bend Indiana wa de gentlemen out fishing In their canoes ion that must bo shared by many suf- stroyed by lire The building was one Ho has no ambition beyond that and ferers wno have tried in vain to obtain of tiie finest in the West costing 800 relief from its twinges If undisturbed would let tho world The doctor who deserves tho monu- Â¬ 000 wag along and mind his own business ment as high as St Pauls as wide as Naturalists claim that he Is very docile Charles Finley son of Congressman and affectionate when in captivity and the Thames and as enduring as time Finley of the Eleventh District line which Dr Johnson declared awaited been commMinned by thd day may come when he will ro Cdieettir Scott placo tho poodlo dog as a pot Uls him who found a cure for tho gout is t the important portion of General span of llfo Is supposed to bo sixty still to come for though its attacks Deputy years but that doubtless dopends a may no doubt bo modified by regu- Â¬ Profe sor George Rice a Michigan great deal on tho caro ho takes of him- Â¬ lating the diet and taking abundant self If tho newly discovered elixir of exerclso no ono has yet been ablo to rorouaut in making a parauhule de Â¬ prove himself a master of tho art of scent from a baliouu at Ml Vernon life works as Is hoped for tho days may bo extended healing this most difficult of tho many Iud fell into the Ohio river and was over a hundred years Detroit Free difficult diseases to which flesh Is heir drowned Tho variety of tho remedies recom- Â¬ Press An Ontario grand jury has returned mended fdr a complaint is a sure index FAMILY SCRAP BASKET ot its susceptibility to treatment and a true bill against oung Twitchell sou Valuable Information on a Variety of at one time or another the doctors of the United States Conul at KingsDomestic Topics havo professed themselves to be be- Â¬ ton who stands charged w lib burglary Silverware to be kept bright should lievers In almost every concolvablo aud a saull never be washed in soap suds clear method for neutralizing tho effects of The tobacco warehouse of W R Got water is best To prevent articles this one It has bcen attacked with from tarnishing warm them and apply acids and with alkalies with firo and fr Son together with 100800 pounds of with a soft brush a thin solution of water cauterization having beon onco Burley tobacco aa burned at Slielby collodlum lit alcohoL Tho ware can tho favorite form of remedy for it as ville Several mljiinin buildings were bo brightened by rubbing with a flan- Â¬ aqua pura wa3 in tho early days of also destroyed Liwj S52o00 insurance nel or chamois skin dipped in whiting this century f7000- or chalk then with a newspaper Dr Sydenham tho renowned En Tiie architectural medley of all the Chamois can be washed in warm gllsh physician of the seventeenth water without soap rin30 well and century who know by painful experi- Â¬ ages In Old York ha furnished Joseph pull and stretch to soften while dry- Â¬ ence what gout was declares It to bo Penuell many pjrovocai Ions for draw ing almost the only disease which destroys ings to illustiute au ankle by Richard Littlo red ants It 1 said can not more rich men than poor men more Wheutley in Harpers Magazine for travel over wool or ag carpet One men of great intellect than men of or- Â¬ November who has tried it covered her floor with dinary capacity and understanding A large number of Ieadicg Southern coarso baize sot hor sofa on that and He says cotton mills find one of their best sho has not been troubled since Sho Groat Kings Emperors Generals Cover a shelf in your closet Admirals and philosophers havo died markets in Asln and shipments are adds or pantry with flannel set whatever of gout Hereby nature shows her im- Â¬ constantly being made from these mllN yOu wish to keep from ants on it and partiality since those whom sho favors to China Swuili America aud other they will at once disappear foreign countries In ono way she afflicts in another Dr F D Reese of Cortland N Y Gout is in short according to this The Oeeau Steamship Company of writes to tho Medical Record describ Â¬ authority ono of tho revenges of good ing tho use of carboUzod oil applied to fortune and plenty but however true Savannah hus ptirehns ed for 150000 tho carbuncle and then covered with this may havo been in Sydenhams extensive water front property at Ho oakum Which had previously beon sat-Â¬ time the ailment is more democratic bokenN J to furnish facilities need Â¬ urated with the oil Of a few cases of now and shows no such nice distinc- Â¬ ed for the heavy increase in its trallie carbuncle treated in this way not ono tion of class Laborers Who keep away between SttvauiiMli aud New York has run ovor two weeks The disease from the beer shop aro hardly over atV Hamilton Gibson will contribute has yielded to the carbolized oil and tacked by it but overindulgence In oakum treatment as by magic Ho malt liquors Is ono of the surest pass- Â¬ to Harper for November an Hiu drated artiole entitled Bird Notes He re uses twenty per oont solution ports to gout All tho Year Round Bo very careful about disinfecting muras that almost any bright mora log tho kitchen sink Washing soda two Out of a population of 00000060 in June an expert can identify tlte tablespoonfuls to a gallon of boiling says the Farmer and Dealer there are songs of over thirty different kinds of water makes tin oxcolont wash to pour probably about 21000000 who earn birds hot into the sink after you havo fin- Â¬ wages and live by work Included in Hon Ricardo Becerra former Envoy ished using it this count is something over 9000000 Extraordinary mid Minister Plenipo Â¬ Miss Gordon Cummlng has drawn at- engaged in agricultural pursuits and tentiary of Uie Republic of Columbia to tention to tho cleansing effect of petro- Â¬ it appears that we have no other single the United States lias written for the leum on soiled clothes The best way to employ it is to fill an average boil-Â¬ iudustry that employs and furnishes a November Hirpers an accurate acer say of fourteen gallons with water living for so muni of our people In count of the reeii t social economic adding half a pound of soft soap and fad this one industry can live without and political stale of the people of Co when all Is boiling thoroughly pour in it Here then we see that we have liimltia ono and a half tablespoonfuls of pe- in tins country more limn 40 000000 Jeft David Cue man of peace who troleum Then put In tho clothes and people living without earning aio undertook tn manage a great war and boil them for half an hour beforo lift Â¬ wage and mot of them live directly ing them out and rinsing them in sev- Â¬ or Indirectly oil the earnings of ihoe Lord Wolesley the baud box soldier eral waters A little moro soap water who toil and they with all the de ti- who achieved Mime notoriety by and parafilne should be added to make ers and traders etc are depeudent on Ids praise of Lee and his censure of up for loss as successive lots of tho the snecess of the agriculturist and the Davis will meet in December at the Lee monument at clothes are boiled prolectiou of that interest Then it is unveiling of the Ow etis boro Intjuirer Richmond Remove stains from cups and saucers proper for us to first examine thi most by scouring with fino coal ashes Gallatin Tenn special of October Vinegar improves by keeping there- Important of all our Industrie and see lOt li says i Au epidemic of lyphoid fe- Â¬ what dangers threaten Now what fore It is best to lay in a large supply the farmer wants tint is a good home ver is ranging in several districts in the Waxed paper bags are a now Idea for holding coffee fruit confections market for all tils surplus product c unly and where the terrible malady etc They are also useful for packing This can not be assured while we im has visited it has been even worse than furs and woolens away from moths the port in oue year more than 00000000 yellow fever Of thirty oaes twelve paraffino coating rendering them both of food and live stock not including have fallen viosims aud of the re coflee tea sugar and melusse Why maining eighteen several olhera will air and watertight If the coal cinders when taken from should we Import into our country die tho stove are put in an old tin and about 3000000 worth of vegetables The City Council met and accepted cold water poured over them in an being cabbage from Holland potatoes the proposition of the Harrodaburg hour you will have nice clean cinders from Scotland potatoes btjns aud Ei ictrlc Light Company to furnish the that will burn clear and good without peas from Canada farming ton n with light for a term of ten years If tho disagreoablo trouble of 6ifting interest Is what we hero the claim for It at 1200 per year The Company fur them then h it proper for us to Import uisli the town with sixty lights eacli A Woman Two Hundred Years Old 1200000 worth of hay 0000000 tweutj five candle power at 20 per A case is on record of a woman who worth of breads tuff 3 aud 20000000 light aud ngree to furuUh others at the lived to this advanced age but it I dozeu eggs partly from Denmark and same price as they are needed scarcely uecessary to slate that it was Sweden We think ita bad policy There is almost unprecedented activs In the olden time too The farmer needs to be cared for first ity throughout the South and business many women do not live half their Llast olid all the time in order that allotted years The mortality due to oilier industries rany thrive with him everywhere in that section especially In industrial lines is very lively with functional derangemeuts in the weaker and good wages be paid to raanufuc sex is simply frightful to say nothing luring operatives as they go on turuiug a strong upward tendency In everyof the iuiiescyibable suffering which our vast resources from raw material thing relating to iron In the iron and mak s life scarcely worth the living into that which Is uecessary for our steel trade generally prices are steadily to so many women But for these welfarit aud safety In peace of war advancing under Increasing demand s uflerers there is a certain relief Dr Diversified farming is our only hope and exlrtmely heavy consumption Pierces Favorite Prescription will pos aud safe anchorage at this time nud Manufacturers Record Ex Gov John C Underwoods many itively cure leucorrhca paiufulraen in it Is the whole buaiuess Let the prolapsus struatioti pain in the uiversmeu interests ue uullt from our friends throughout Kentucky will reovaries weak buck in short alt those own raw material and means at hand gret to hear of his many and sore afflic complaints to which so muuy t women and the people who are encaged in the tions For a month he has been con Â¬ are martyrs It is the only guaran- Â¬ work will consume all the agriculturist fined to his bed by what are fonred to teed cure see guarantee on bottle produces the market will be at home bs permanent inluries Inflicted by the wrapper ami the nation willgo ou lu prosperity falling of his horse in the Knight MilCleanse the llvejv stomach bowels which Is something that no nation has itant parade in Columbus followed by a virulent attack of pneumonia A few and whole system by using DrPierce8 yet done without diversified interest dajs ago we recorded the death In Pellets American Farmer Russell ville Ky of au aunt the last In the whole of New Zealand there We are willing to bear personal member of his fathers Immediate fam Â¬ are about 12000000 acres of land fitted testimony to the efilcacy and value of ily and to day comes the announcefor agriculture wherein the form of Hoods Barsap frllln which we have ment of the death In Washington last surface is suitable nud about 50000000 been advertising some years In our Saturday of his mothers brother Maj acres better adapted fur pasturage but paper having usoil it for blood impur Richard S Cox Louisville Times from these estimates allowance must ities with jreat success It Is a prepaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Dlscaso Which lias Afflicted Man from GO THF U NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE NEW AND STYLISH t FULL DRESS GOODS GO Are had to suit the Qneens taste But a Queens pocket book is not nec- - ssaryto buy them O THE PALACE r t 3 -- QUOTES PRICES THAT- - Cant Be Considered Hiah IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE LOWEST POSSIBLE ylii GO E i hM k Ei hvf hk THE PALACE -- HAS A BIG LINE 0F- - BOOTS ASD SHOES for which it has no room and they must go Â¬ HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Â¬ RECK FITZPiTRICK Â¬ Â¬ Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWAEE MADE TO ORDEE Q Roofing and Guttering Dokb Q The BEST MATERIAL USED and none but GOOD WORKMEN EMPLOYED BARBED WIRS FOR FSXffGIIff S Examine our stock and you will be pleased 30 29 Â¬ Now-a-day- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a Q k - f - j 1 EBEs a fcr3aCgVMK V udBl jg5yySSJHfP BWaaaaaBB f JM aaflcSBV ft w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be made for about 20000000 acres of surface at present covered with forest The average yield of wheat for the yehr 1887 SS a bad year was 2291 bus per acre for the whole colouy the average for the last five jears being 2762 bus per acre For Oetago tile average yield was 84 bus for Can- Â¬ terbury 24 83 bus fhr Wellington 2058 bushels The average yield of oher produce of ilieoanija year 1SS7 88 Oats 31 21 for the whole colony was bushels per Hore barley 2026 bushels per acre potatoes 5 44 tons per acre Journal of Commerce Physicians Confess ofains who All Iionest ooosefentlOBS elvu B B B iH tanlc meod Balm n trial frankly admit lt superiority over oilier uioou medicine Dr WJ Aiinlr of Roekmart Giu writes 1 regard ii It 1 as one of tho best blood medicines Dr A H Roeeo asti vllle Tenn writes All reports of B fl 8 aits favorable uni Us opeedy action Is truly wonderful Dr J W Itliodes Crawfonlsvllle Gs Transcript 17 21 writes- l confess B B 151s the liert and quickest medicine tor rheotualUm I bave The Wiuo and Spirit Bulletin shows evor tried 3 Farmer Crswfordsvllle Ga Dr S that forty brands of Kentucky Bourbi n writes I cheorfolly reeominend B B B txs n flue tonic alterative lis use cured nn whisky have advanced in price the excrescence of the neck after other remedies no past year on au average of 55 percent l effected u Dercentible cood Montgomery JacKsonvllle Ala uru My while fifteen oranda of Eastorn ryo writes mother iMfcded oa my getting ii B B for her rheumatism as her care have made nn average advance of 54 stnbbenly resisted tho usobI remedies Klo percent Tho Importance of this ad experienced Immediate relief and her Irn- provttmeoinas ueeu ixuiy A company has been organized at vance will be appreciated when it is I A prominent phjslelan wonaenul who wtoSc his City tas feefer If vo do Bet pay name A twtienL of mine fays MI for tho purpooo of pur Â¬ remembered that there are nearly 40- - whose not zlveti tertiary syphilis was sareijr 1889 1 wUJ be Jackson am prepared to do all kinds of the first day of oao ot which no treatment chasing and disposing of 0000 acres et iOOOOOO gallons of Kentucky whisky in killing blm and entirely raral with sa rp Carpenters work Injflrsfcrclfuss style 00flSfeHediir law Mr aoBact a penalty of a to oheefe was A Isr ttajt tea jex ca atWftsonal CaH adoT taf frviafaa o fivrnulukiat am ai3t vciAA4 lFa tMMVFVX valuable land belonging to JeOeron the hands of distillers and dealere twelve boiUes vt B H B He waa lairty mane up or sun ana was and twrrbfe i H TYEEIVEXTER f i1 Irsakville Times Davis in Arkaaeea I City Collector 32- uleers ration nfMandard merit made of perfectly puro Ingredients and thoroughly ofleolive In cleDsmg and purifjing Ihesytiem For eruptions boils etc it oan be relied upon every time Our own experience with it has been most gratifying and we aro glad to give ihu- - endorsement Atuol f Mab Â¬ all M MO G O TO I 1 He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them IE3 O DP IS S lWifcw Carpenters Work yr stt a -- -- i O Tpmmw - EzS -- THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON - Editor BT W7WISHEB SVBBT WEDNESDAY flis Climax Printing White Go WM G Chas S Poweix EIIICK PBK TEAK 33 150 18S9 REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIIl Judge John D Goodloe a prominent IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE citizen of this county residing near President Elliott of Harvard mtokwe Hfl msvnri7tmkuixi vaatfj Whites Station left yesterday for Lex Â¬ has aanouHced himself a member ington He will bring home with him a rl A the Democratic party Mr Jas Wilcox has returned to his charming wife in the person of Miss NelThe appointment for preaching at Mt HIE F lie Gaugh late or M F I Hie sale of lots at Middlesbo Zion br W 0 Taylor is changeJ from home in New Mexico after a few weeks vitit here Thursday night to Friday night of this rouh was sensational In therÂ¬ DIED mometer language prices are up week Rev W S Grinstead of Jessamine Will be worn a great deal in the nineties Miss Alice Estill grand daughter of For the next few weeks the regular county preached at the MeUiodtst church Wo sell Um Sox expression you have frequently heard on the Robert W Estill and grand niece of the weeVly prayer meeting at the Christian last Friday evening Â¬ this winter not only because Mr Read of Maine seems to be Shaw knit In church will beheld on Saturday night at 7 Â¬ Mr Wm Duncan of Bloomington 111 late Maj S- - Turner died at Estill Mo streets of late a strong man for Speaker of the of its beinR the latest stylo but oclock arrived here Saturday and will spend Uie on Uie 13th of October next United States House of Rep Â¬ d daugh May Burgin the because of its pleasing effect BUT FOR FEAR THE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE Mrs Russell Erret who was killed in winter with his father Mr Geo Duncan resentatives the accident on the inclined plane road in Mr John Todd formerly of this place ter of Esom Burgin Jr died on Saturday meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to in finish and color being the The burial took October 19th 1889 Cincinnati was the wife of the editor of but now a big farmer near Springfield The Republicans not satisfied ground Christian Standard Illinois is visiting relatives and friends place in the family burying with securing three out of four new natural wool without coloring onr store to buy one of our Deceased Rev Preston Blake officiating States in the north west are en Â¬ Mr G W Kildow formerly of this here COTTON matter We also have was a member of the Baptist Church and deavoring to count in Montana place late of Texas has been called to Mrs Millie Stone has been in Louis- Â¬ an unusually bright child notwithstanding its good Demo take charge of a mission at Nashville ville the past few weeks under treatment This i an improvemcf rz cratic majority Tenn at 600 a ear of an oculist She has returned greatly of State of Ohio City S Toledo Lncus county S the seamless having a r -- 1 The general convention of the Episco relieved Editor Spotswod of the Har AND Frank J Cheney makes ontli that who was being importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy pal church of the United States has con- Â¬ Quite a number of our boys and girls he Is the senior partuerof the firm of rodsbnrg Democrat will hereafter heel and smeoth tot n cluded a two weeks session in New York went nutting Saturday at Low Gap F J Cheney MITCHELLS store but he evidently thought that COVINGTON Co doing business In do nrittting at half price as he has Some important changes in the book of mountain Estill county All went on theuity of Toledo Comity and Slate gussets in the instep sold a horse for 2400 It was was the place to purchase for he said Ill sleigh ride for them common praj er were discussed and decid Â¬ horseback and had a jolly old time be- Â¬ aforesaid and that said firm will pay the hay eolt Flash by Socrates The last named All colors heel We ateo have I ed upon sides getting plenty of chestnuts evidently moaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a theUUI of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAKSfor dam by Bowrbon Chief The colt goods were very popular last CY STRIPED and COL Beginning the first Monday night in Married at the boarding house of W eaclkuid every case of Catarrh that goes to Switzerland sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond November a meeting of some days will W Taylor on last Friday evening by canuot be cured by the use or Halls Pj winter and bid fair to be ED MERINO HALFIIsi can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy OaVHHXUR lKKKY DEAD be held with the Baptist Church at SpeedRev A B Anderson Mr Charley Catauuu Cuub Â¬ wil1 Shroyer of Dayton well The pabtor Elder J I Wills Ohio and Miss more so this season FRANK J CHENEY Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds vulcan heels and toes be asskted by Rev A C Humphrey of Minnie Jackson of Cisco Texas Mr IIx Governor Perry of Florida Sworn to before me and subscribed Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeres in the latest Kerseys Lancaster Shroyer has been superintending the In my presence this 6th day of Decemdied of consumption in Texas IjSSQSI LEXINGTON RACES- boring of the well at this place but lately ber A D 86 styles shades and prices Tneaday He was elected in 1SS4 Dr Talmagcs church the Brooklyn in a patent he has on a well and was a perfect picture of Pres Â¬ The A W GLEASON weeks trotting at Lexing Tabernacle recently destroyed by fire interested ident Garfield No one wlto heard ton was remarkably tine The attend- Â¬ will be rebuilt on the northeast corner of reamer for which he has received eight Kolarary Public J his strong voice in the eloquent ance uhh iBre llit IrHokt good and Clinton and Green avenues Brooklyn on thousand dollars Miss Jackson is said taken inHalls speeches he made all over the State the Mailers numerous The presence a lot purchased for 1125000 Dr Tal to be cry wealthy and made it conven- Â¬ ternally Catariui Cuubonisthe blond Uiit1 aud acts directly ient to meet Mr Shro er here thinking tnonglit of his dying with con of Axiell SSuIe 8 Harry Wilke mage will personally break ground for Uie to Day Â¬ and mucus surfaces of the system it romantic you know They go snmptioti and especially so soon Bell Biy and other celebrated horse Tabernacle on the 28th inst Snd fur circulars free ton where they will permanently reside added great interest to the occasion is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all Kirksvilie has made long strides in a CO Y J CHENEY 0BK TAXVMTS SH0BS The 220 class 5000 purse was won religious way in the past few days Elder NEWS PARAGRAPHS Toledo Ohio the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals HANDKERCH1EFSI by Jack in 21SJ 215216 C P Williamson has just closed a pro- Â¬ 10 20 tSTSoId by Diugclste 73c Hon Greet 14 Kaum ex Con 1000 Gypsy tracted meeting at the Christian Church The King of Portugal Is dead In the 224 close Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways ereasman and ex Commissioner of Qoeeii won in 2281 222 2s2J 220 that place with fifty additions Rev Wil Â¬ Logan McKec a Charlie Jacobs merchant tallon prominent Danville and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection Internal Revenue has been ap Â¬ In the Free-tor-apacers 1000 liam Crow only a fev days ago closed a FROM Pants 550 to 15 Satisfaction guar- Â¬ citizen is dead Our 25c Handkep I Commissioner oi Pensions Roy Wilkes won best three in five protracted meeting at the Presbyterian pointed 17 28 anteed Lewis GoQ killed his brother Cy over to fill the vacancy made by Uie fastest time 2lo Church that place with thirty additions are daisies Gents underwear at Crooke Ben- Â¬ TO Greenlttuder won Hie stallion stake Eld Mat Campbell of the colored Baptist a game of craps ut Winchester resignation of the notorious Cor- Â¬ 17- Urmslons nett There seems to 226 class S1000 in three straight Church closed a meeting there last week poral Tanner Our 35c HandkercL Maggie Mitchell the actress has exwt general satisfaction among heats best time 21 J with seventy additions If you want to buy a sulky surrey married her leading man Mr Charles g are nnequaled Furtuua secured the Kentucky stakes buggy or carriage call on Dnuelson the RemiUieans and nobodv else We have a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Clothing Rev Thomas Cummins pastor of the Abbott We carry the FINEST 750 lu three straight heats best time tor he has the latest best and cheapest any right to complain has We carry a fine as r First Presbyterian church this place at- Â¬ B T Babbitt the famous soap manin long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are 228 6- tended the Synod at Henderson and was ufacturer U dead in New York aged STOOK in Central Kenluck- TMtHJBLE OVER TAXXER The Free-for-a- ll S2000 in which They range in size from 4 to IS years ment of Silk Handkerchief- beauties every one of them Sashes in all colors at Crooke Ben fatisie S was entered but did not trot pleased with the proceedings The report 60 years remarkably 17 Mothers save us a call It is said that a large number of was won by Jack over Harry Wilkes on Home missions was of Louisvillegood The Steamboat Corona exploded its nett Urmstons Col Bennett Young an Pension Commissioner Tanners and Junement best three in five best nounced that he and Mr Alexander of boilers on the lower Mississippi and Charlie Jacob merchant tailor thirty six lives were lost ratings were illegal and tlieretore time 215 Overcoats at 80 worth 10 Imported Voodford and another gentleman were the new Commifesioner must do a In the 227 class pur e 1000 Cad ready and willing to give one dollar for Less i tig Solomon Rosenthal dry and domestic cloth in stock Call and Wade won best time22i 17 28 ij large amount of re rating He will see him goods and cotton factors nt Ddlla Stamina won the 5000 match for mission work for every two dollars the be compelled to collect pension Synod would give That ought to raise a Texas have failed for 050000 Ladies underwear at Crooke Bennett money illegally paid out by Tan yearlings in 2ii s 17- The receipts from internal revenue Unustnuri In the 221 class S1000 Gold Leaf large fund ssaassBssaEa gAaa-ivf-rms-Ezrner and in the event that cannot for the first quarter of the current fis- Â¬ THIN COLUMN be done will he forced to withhold won in 219 cal year were S346S 1520 or 3770807 Louisville 1 Tobacco Market 1 Aleyrou trotted against lifc own pension money subsequently to time A Cigar Green of Cincinnati was here greater than the receipts for the corres UyOluver Durrelt LoUUvllle lobaeco 218r and made 2151- come doe until he gets even with Ware Hous ponding period of last year lit the 227 class 1000 Bedalla Boy last week Sales on our market for the past the iUesallr rated won best three in five in 222 While laborers were engaged in dig Â¬ week jn t closed amount to 2 G27 lilitN We have them for driving riding the street the ball or the The Atwood Suspender Working Shirts in Waterp A lady wlto has swept until a corn has OftUKlW HBMHJKATS RESOLVE lathe 216 pacing olass SlOuO Bud formed in her hand wants to know if it is ging a sewer in one of the principal with receipts for thesume period or S30 Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can I -reception A fino line of Â¬ DoWe won three in six in 218 streets of the pillage Ticouderogu N hlnls Sales on our market since Jana broom corn Y October 10th they struck a tomb-t-ton- e uary 1st amount to 112020 hhds Sales In Tennessee here exists a Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Good- to of the crop of 1SSS ou our T WUOMVAKDS COM111XAT10N SALE At Dothen Ala two men were killed Kegro Democratic State Commit Â¬ At the bottom of it was a this dtite amount to78800 lihdmarket all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling B i in tee It assembled at Nashville This large sale continued throughout and six wounded tax a fightoerthe collec- Â¬ co Hi n containing the bones of a htuunn Tbeoiterhig of hurley this week Dogskins in great variety Pcrrins Imported Kids stand in the tion of a dray That was a dray being The stoue was washed oil and have been much smaller tltuu usual and Valises Rubber Coats and Huntinc Coats Tuesday and resolved last week at Lexington Attendance matic incident Hand found to contain the inscription and nud there is no additional decline to re- E lead as to style and finish We have thera in all shades Where- - tlie ItepubtieaH leaders of good and bidding lively port in prices The weather has Among the date of the death ol Lord Howe The exceedingly favorable fur curing been A guest at the Giyn called for an Engthe Xrth are laiwfirfleeMtme the two higher priced lwrses were the follow- Â¬ the Scotch Gloves some line of Jersey and lish sparrow rt He ate it pronounced it skull was Intact but the rest of the new crop and the indications are that neat of tHe Soutk by making itteetfeli ing 4AUttflBgiHe2BBSHfflHCi tfi awyu sjrsvMfiXMeMWiri-Js-ii ySnaVtJtaayrfaMJAfat a portion of the crop will be or excelbones were disjointed and considerably good indeed and told the waiter to bring atfytyttchcr wiwNy tmeaHVd fur am Wilkes Bird b s 5 by Jny Bird lent quality decayed The coiliu which was made him in a whole flock which On more to widen the breach be Â¬ dam by Lumberman George fairly rep Tlie following A Sing of oak was in a fairly good stute of resent our marketquotations tobnCbo reoee litaa anythig dee tween tb on Burley gerly PbllMdelidiio 1000 Booncvitle away up here in Owaley preservation Several years ago the Trash Dark aud damaged tobacco therefore be it Mamie Wilke- - b f 2 by Hector county has a Daily while Richmond and 100 Jianlred That thk committee Mate Wilke dam by Ahland Jr A Jor- Â¬ other places many times larger than street where the remains were found 200 to Trash 350 toSGOO Colory was filled iu Lord Howe was shot In to the colored ieof4e of ibe etwutry dan IdaoiHi Ga Common Lugs not colory 4 CO to Booneville have not We refer to Dr W 310 the battle of Ticouderogu ou July 8 000 that the tltiug that w ill tio lite mgree Alto Duro oh c by Belmont dam G Daily 1778 OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC Colory Lugs 0 00 to 000 of the South aud the Xorth more good Australian Sam Gamble California Common Leaf 700 to 10 00 -How shall 1 take this medicine ask- Â¬ DO THE PRICES OF- U a tiivfefeu of the than anytliiiu else The Art Amateur for October gives Medium to good leaf 10 00 to 1500 ed a patient of a prominent physician and negro vote two large colored plates of even more 13 00 to Select or wrappery leaf R Cora Whitney oh m 2 by Nut- Â¬ real estate dealer Oh Ill make it easy Me it farther resolved That the e1 than usual excellence the full length 2500 wood dum by Clark Chief Christ responded the doctor his mind evidently figure uemttd and bftiwo u ttegruea here are Schaurte 2750 of a beautiful horse after a study on a corner lot somewhere about town R J dobjf bettor two to ooe thaa those of from life by the famous painter Chel LIVE STOCZ MABKST EEPOET Mouie b f 2 by Itolrt McGregor saj one third down and the balance in miuski and a highly decorative pjuel the North ami that the wealth of the lam by John Lhlbtrd Hermitage Slock By GUKKNE A ElimtY OF one and two years Southern iicgwHiu h 4oe to the chanee Farm Nashville Teiin 2425 V Stock Commission Merchants nC CI uclu of nasturtiums China painting re LI unit Uulon Stock Ymlsmul Cuvlngtou Kim them by the whites A young man literally choked an old ceives most liberal attention this Slock Yards Lady SleGregor b in 2 by Robert He h tortbor renotved That the best MeGregor dam by Aberdeen G W man to death at Cooweesceeivee Indian month the designs especially being Cincinnati Ohio October 21 iSSo thhK the SomherH negro eaa 10 U to Itouttdebttek Reading Pa 2050 How a man could live to be numerous nud useful The text abounds Territory And to day I am recognized as the friend of all who want GOOD SHIPPING CATTLE bm cw c kfa war poiitieally old in that town and not choke to deatli on in practical hints with working draw Â¬ Lady Prosjiect b in 2 by Lord Rus GOODS AT LOW PRICES jtfy store is crowded daily with cu fr Good to Extra 4 20 4 00 white actghbor its name is more than we can understand ings for Art Needlework Wood Curv Â¬ Fair to Good sell dam By George Wilkes Nutter of his own selection for which he paid ers who recognize me as the leader in everything I handle and t 3 75 3 50 and to think that one sunivor could be ing Illumination and Painting in Oil Common and Rough 3 50 Sibley FrauKfort Pa 2700 DESTROYER OF BIG PRICES I will give you a few samples cf c -- r 2 75 THE SURPLUS EXTBKM1XAT9R CASH and got liberal discounts that by another to Extra 3 oo 3 25 Sta b mt 4 by Belmont dam by chokedcan bear is more than our ere and Water Colors No one thinkingac-of Good to Good Oxen s 75 3 00 Oxen Fair taking an art journal should fail to he proposes to give to his customers A glanee at the subtended fig Â¬ Bourbou Chief ChrNt Schaurte 1675 dulity 1 2 00 Common and Rough 75 Moss Itose b m 5 by Alaceya Ham The Lexington Gazette under the head quaint himself with the very liberal ures will convince the most obsti Â¬ BUTCHER CATTLE nate anti surplus adherent that blelOBiaii dam by Big JJan B J of Deacons on a Lark has this bit of offer to new subscribers mode by the Good to Extra 3 25 3 50 information 2 75 A Richmond horse was publisher Montague Mar us 23 Union Fair to Good within the next few months there Treaey 1900 3 00 Calicoes 5 cents per yard Heavy Brown Cotton G cents i r Square New Yoik Extra Fat Steers z 50 3 75 ilarie S Startle dam by woutJe aay surplus worth men Â¬ Denton O by Roudebock 175 Billy expected to trot on Thursday and all of Good Steers 2 25 2 50 Fair Good Canton Flannel S cc Good Red Flannel 20 cents per yard W Louis Expositiou has closed Good to Extra Cows Richmond and much of Madison countv The St tioning over which to wrangle 27 to 2 40 INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE I2d Tipton Henriettas per yard Good Jeans 20 cents per yard 3G b s 4 by Hambtino were here A gentleman acquainted with It whh the most successful In point of Fair to Good Cows 1 75 2o According to a reliable source the cents per yard dam by Wave and Chief D W Bin Â¬ the religious status of the people of Rich attendance money received and geu Common Cows I 259 1 50 figures are these larfut At l II I 00 ges AlexumlriH Tenu 520 mond told us that he counted four deacons eial excellence tince the Institution Rough Cows and Oxen The reftort of the UommixeioHer tf REQ yean BULLS Sft Asbgrove Ih h yearling by William of the Presbyterian Church and four dea Â¬ was established seven years ao ex- Â¬ IMMioo tor the year lSSU HU shown 2 60 L dam Sloihtr Lumps H Cuuuiug cons of the Christian Church at the Fair cept that of two years ago when the Best Shipping i 50 pe there were on the rolte 2 15 Bologna 2 25 ham Knoxvilte lu 5100 Graiid Army encampment was iu ses Â¬ Best Bologna Grounds 2 00 2 10 Fair ehhucu There were ixMe to the list Beautiful Side Band Dress Patterns at 650 a pattern When y Corporal Wilkes b s 7 by Alcyone sion The cash receipts for the forty Fair to Good Feeders 1 85 00 COMBS diiriNK the year 51931 Hew names awl are through looking over our immense stock of Drv Goods it will 1 50 dam Qoi Vive W HRichfleld Jack 1 25 days display have been over S130000 Common and Thin HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES the aWM of 1754 pensioner wlto had sou Midi 1500 of great benefit to you not to neglect our TREMENDOUS FEEDERS AND STOCKERS and the attendance about 550000 per- Â¬ Mr Thomas Reeves who has been con- Â¬ were retqrel life bee drooped VITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS Alcymore b m 6 by Alcyone dam sons Over a quarter of a million dol- Â¬ Extra Steers 2 75 2 90 aaioaat poM fer wmhs during the Pinafore W L Brown Shelly ville fined to his room for several weeks with lars of cash sales of goods were made Goodto Good Steers 2 50 Fair 2 75 yc ir wa 882751 1838 la the aggre feterit out again 2 00 2 25 1900 by exhibitors ou the floor of the Expo Good to Extra Heifers lS9St14C peAefem claims have gL A series of meetingsconducted by Rev sition and contracts were closed for Common and Thin Stockers 1 50 1 75 Lady Heath b ru 6 by Bay Dia 1 1 COWS AND CALVES tiled shiee 1981 ami S106221S- miHiddam by Mambriuo Boy J Kitz John Adams at Beaver Pond closed about half a million dollars worth of Best Grades 41 7 he been disbursed ou aeoouut of Good Overcoats from 250 up to 2500 3S oo40 co IS THE October 12U1 with about twenty addimHier Ctiutoii O 700 machinery nud other things ou exliibi Fair to Good 30 00 35 00 sjons Good Suits of Clothes from 500 up to 3250 12 Erminie b f yearling by Bplmnnt tions sion The stock holders exhibitors and Common oo25 00 u it the extinction of the surplus dam den Belle Win Aguew Lex Best Veal Calves Good Suits for Boys from 300 up to J000 5 50 OLDEST CLOTHIER 5 25 Married at the residence of the brides citizens generally are delighted with Fair to Good it t all The treasury itself will iugtou 1659 4 7jg 5 co Good Overcoats for Boys from 200 up to parents near this place on October 16th the reult and the directors are already Common and Heavy 2o 3 50 b Idpleted and the taxes already Lamburaut bib c 3 by Pilot Mam by Rev Mason Jones Mr Dudley Cox devising plans for a still more attrac- Â¬ HOGS precisely what you want And knows oppressively too high will of ne brino dam Kthesta F Seaeord Gales and Miss Lucy Chrisman Attendants BEAUTY OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS A MAHYEL tive display next year Select Butchers f 4 20 4 25 cc sty have to be increased And buig IIL 525 says Mr Ines Combs Miss Sofa Lamb Mr The Fair to GoodPackers A Harrodsburg special 4 20 4 05 and is beyond question the best stock and cheapest one in this cit hrri in lies the hope of the Demo- - Mdlei b c 2 by Priiicepa dam Willie Baber of Doylesville Miss Allie colored population of Harrodsburg and Good to Extra Lights 4 35 4 35 Suits cjujc party When the voters of Hilda DJ Itobiniou Windsor Mo Combs After congratulations were ex- Â¬ vicluity are justly elated over a good Light Pigs 4 15 4 25 U - great country come to behold SPRING LAMBS 000 tended the happy couple retired to the piece of luck that has just fallen to t3 s 5o 5 65 a 1 empty treasury and feel the Jacquard b s 6 by Pilot Mnmbrlno dining room where an elegant supper had them At a meeting of the two con Â¬ Extra pr sure of increased taxes they dam Alice Ethel C M Simmnus been prepared which idded more enjoy- Â¬ ferences Eastern and Western of the w 1 look about them for the causes RlggavlUe III 25 ment to Uie interesting occasion A M E church just clojetl by a unan Â¬ Midway b m 3 by Victor Vou Bis w 1 h will be readily found in the imous vote It was decided to locate a is a beauty embracing every style and quality conceivable fr UXIUXCITY figures above presented maick dam Lady Cave J J Leath- Â¬ college building at tbii place Dan- Â¬ New Markets at 500 up to Handsome Plushes at 40 We ha Mrs Thomas Harris who has been ville Midway Lexington aud Fruuk i the question will be asked ers Grand Rapids 4Mich 550 everything that one can imagine for Ladies Misses and Children by Dictator dam very ill for some weeks is convalescing Jed wood b s 4twi has done tliis thing onto us fort were all bidders for its location Long Cloaks Jackets Sacques Etc Dont fail to give our tlo Vrrn they are told that the Re Nutcall H H Keller Lexiuglou John Hill Esq of this city purchased and all ottered a larger money considDepartment a look 1025 011 h party wrought the calam j a farm near Bcrea containing 127 acres eration Ihnti did Harrodsburg but by Stambout dam La Bay account of Harrodsburga central loca- Â¬ 1 wth one accord these self-- Puente colt 2Scactird Galesburg 111 for J Coq F up as one tion aud llie excellent management ol voters will Ti6e A PROFUSION We Have Made Unusual Exertions in Onr Boot and Shoe Line FJoseph Moore died near Doylesville Revc Ransom Craig uud H Thomas vote the afraight Dorno ir Highland Belle b Lumps on Wednesday October 16U1 Deceased the presiding eider ami pastor of the We have Mens Boots from 200 up to 500 Boys Boots from 1 ut t ket dam Keepsake L B Hammond El Â¬ was a nephew of Mrs Jerry Moore church here who worked night and upwards Ladies Shoes at all pricos and we will save every purcha r A RIttUTHL ACCIDENT gin III 775 who died at Richmond from wounds in- Â¬ day to secure Its location at Hurrods money that will give our Boots and Shoes a look It will pay you hlddartha Lr s 8 by Pancoast dam flicted by the rail rod accident near Silver burg this city got I The Bishop ap inclined plane Eapritt JoIib H Schultz New York Creek A J uWe-track pointed a committee of five preachers passengers up ana down 708 r A Moore of Owensboro from each conference who will meet Mrs Llla EXTENSIVE LINE OF Mike Bowerman oh 0 2 by Robert lecturing JK Auburn back of Cincinnati under the auspices of the I O here on the 12th next month to select McGregor dam Lady Beshaw A L 1 L 11 is 200 feet high above tle G T of Kentucky delivered a lecture at choice of two pieces of ground offered never was better in styles and prices point of the road and the Spottsuood Lexington 875 this place on Sunday October 20th at by the church here It is the purpose t Lady Maud 3 by VIetor Vou Bis Â¬ six oclock p m Mrs Moore is a Pro of the committee to build a college that 000 feet long making the -- 1 i r Lady Cave r zl exceeding steep Two cars marck dam ville 2050 Jno L Hop libitionistbut does not speak in favor of will reflect credit ou the church the No line has been neelecled We aim to make avary departmen a kins Shelby woman suffrage The services were towu and the people and will cobt rc eixijluyed and one goes up as AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN specialty in itself HATS AND CAPS in large quantities UNPF Dttltfty Trot blk m by Black Ba Â¬ closed with Chief Ronton or the great suc The between 20000 and 30000 It will the usual closing tier goes down a powerful shaw dam DameTntt Howls Sarsaparllla Is found In WEAR in profusion Blankets Shawls and every thing that is u n RF Formau pass round the contribution ceremonies be a college for both feexe and nil cess of ItscU It Is merit that wins and Uis in-cbox the enjne at the top of the article t Jamestoivu N Y 2150 I M I ally kept in a first class house We have polite and attentive clerks lI 553 the members or children of members fact that Hoods airsapariiU actually ao vti dicing the wire ropes We Point With Pride Streamlet b f 2 Grand Sentinel We want to be kept busy Dont Hesitate to come anti price our gooJs compUshcs what Is claimed or it Is what will be permitted to attend the school Da liieaday nine passengers dam Proxy 31 P Brown Paplllion To the Good name at home won by has given to tUU medicine a Jiopularity and If you dont want to buy you may laerv Just com along and be n It is the purpefceof thechurch to makelt carried up but the engine I Neb 1275 sale greater than that ofanyothtr sanapa- HoodsSarsaparilla In Lowell Mosh the van if you like the Music Prices made by the Tidal Wave t H Church School as it U the only c not be stopped so that I he Susau cii m 4 by Aleanlan dam where it is prepared there is inure of a State the State ana any member of JVIerit WinS fier before the public one in again it will be money in your pockeL Dont forget ifeat 100 at oar car reached Bu Ia Maeey Bros VersalfleH S00 t Hoods bareanarilla Mild than of all the church who is not able to pay for t- - p Loke whoM tl Hoods SarsapariJla cures Sorolula Salt store will go as far as 200 will at any ethar store The Tidal Dyspepsia tTe top and a fearful accident Idesbrin6byPrineep8dam Lady other medieiues and It has ulven the his educatiou will be permitted to Bheum and all Humors overcomes Stek holds forth at That Headache BUlousuess passengers Turrlu E F Formau Jamestown N beat of satisfaction since Its Introduc- - work it out as they propose to have result The was Tired Feeling creates an AppeUtc strength Â¬ wcro about to leave the car when Y 3069 tion ten years ago This could uot be a mechanical and agricultural depart- Â¬ ens tho Nerves builds up the Whole System by King tf the medicine did not possess merit ment The white citizens of the town they discovered it descending at Ella McDowell blk Hoods Hnrxapnrillo Issoldbyalldrug 5lst3 H six for 6 rwparedbydHood Fowler XI you sutler from Impure blood try will help the local church pay for their an alarming rate Its velocity in Â¬ Rene dam Rebecca F Co Apothecaries LoweMltss creased with each second until it Modus Conn 825 Hoods Sarsaparilla and realize Its grounds and otherwise assist thera in 29 29 Ricluionil Dawson b yearling by Saltanjpecullar curative povrere went hko a cannon ball crashing H the noble work begun i- - WEDNESDAY OCT Â¬ through the iron gate at the bot- Â¬ tom as if it had been paper and going to pieces like a porcelain dish dropped on a pavement from a third story window The gate and top of the car were found sixty feet away Three persons were killedfive wounded and onemnn strange as it may seem escaped unhurt Three have since died Among the badly wounded was Miss Lilian Oskamp Judge Wm Dickson a friend of President Lincoln was killed The other car being locked the passengers in it were terrorized beyond measure as they would have been killed instantly had the descending car happened to jump the track on their side Besides the knowledge that in a moment a number of people were to be dashed to death at their feet was appalling The wife of the manager of the inclined plane Mrs Littell hap pened to be passing near the foot of the incline and witnessing the tragedy ran away and when found was at the head of the incline thoroughly exhausted and her reason gone She was hauled home by a grocery man who passed with Ihs wagon Machinists who took the engine to pieces and examined it found a little piece of iron an inch long and half an inch wide that kept the lever from working How it got into the engine is not known The road is twenty one years old and this is the first serious acci dent Â¬ Â¬ dam by George Wilkes Jno B Bond 1425 Richmond Ind Youngster b c 4 by Young Jim dan Emily Charles Dehoe Jackson WACO MATRIMONIAL-Ohio is Mr James B Walker of KtrksVille and Miss Mary Dcatherage daughter of the late Squire Wm Dcatherage will be mar- Â¬ ried to morrow afternoon Mr W O Field of Kirksvilie and Miss Lcona T Tuttle of Omaha were married on Wednesday October 16th 18S9 wfsmftmftstefiezz3i Colman Adams of Cleveland here FURNISHING GOOBi THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE ESTHETIC COULD ASK FOR in OUR ODD PANTS WE IIAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE OOOIS AND Mich 1800 Dr Markojskr of Louisville is in our Mont b c 2 MOnte Cristo dam town t Lucy Wllkea Wm A Bkiuner Orr Jesse Cobb Jr was in Winchester last villeVtSS00 Teunesxeaii br c 2 by Tennessee week on business Mr John Wilcox of Paris visited at Dictator dam Claire John Reamer Philadelphia Pa Sl455 CoL O W Hisles last week Carver b 7 by Onward dam by Mr Caldwell of Excelsior Springs Embassy William Penman New Mo is visiting relatives here York City 2050 Mr B Poer has just completed a beautiful addition to his residence RELIGIOUS The couple reached Richmond Friday and proceeded to Kirksvilie We Im llis kH FIB k tti Men Folks I h Fit tiie Largest or tie Smallest Mai ii Mm I A H wj4Lijfrfaf Â¬ iMLwiiifijjj SLEIGH RIDE FOR THEM SM HE r Isan eight-year-ol- WOOL MERINO English Balbriggan FINE FALL OVERCOATS Merino Mixtures Â¬ Â¬ lt Â¬ ffi Â¬ A Stool i M and Wmter Wk 0 mum mm ll 50 CENTS 3 OTHS GL0THIN8 I Â¬ Â¬ Y COVINGTON I MITCHELL V o ZEPITSriEI GLOYBS SPECIALTIES -t-- Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Â¬ Â¬ Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches Â¬ TW 20000 WORTH JL xu B N G mu Â¬ 9RrG LOTHING la t wmm Wipe Out Competition STOUFFER lhu m yal Â¬ ttt 3ft8 H8 Ihh h Ich 1iDUM Handsome Dress Goods rjUUHi fPpp at 10c Per Yard 1 Â¬ STOUFFER II BICHiOiO took of Olotllin of Â¬ li 1- hmm h mm Jrrul li TQ Elegant Prince Alberts New Ciuts Nobby Cutaways in Sacks -- wllMlii Â¬ HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES ch unl rr Â¬ gapi 0- f2by UNDERWEAR UE LINE OF CARPETS arng Â¬ NECKWEAR cm -r ti wBFiimaw IE mm MWL mui mm helm We te m2 0 B -FJSFXEi iss jb2feie3tc STOTJFFBR C33 STRENGS n6AvMiStrti U s jl - ll4llfVVl- - HiHS TSf r HE CLIM gffEDXESDAY Hind for tale The tuTiip and cabbage crops are said ho be short in trus count Oa tJe first of Norenlber an additional Ipercer will be collected as a penalty r- - iJr city tax this weeVif you do tjlZl Wa M11 j a w 133 sjr - Kew OCT 33 1889 I H Boss5 offer 450 acre of excellent J - e BredelU selected for Mrs T S bUbezej a handsome Stdnway upright t 3 -- jno in Cincinnati last week Mr V Te lJ - fw Smith ha secured Mr J V Lovrry of Pari to take charge of the prescription department of his drug store corner or Main and First streets Brooks Via stand this place Mr Lowry comes highly recommended by the druggists and physicians of Paris both as a druggist and a gentleman He is a prize graduate of the Ijuisvitlcl School of Pharmacy and k registered before the State Board He b boarding at the Glyndon Mr Smith is fortunate in having a first class prescriptionist to succeed Mr Lowe who has removed to Middlesbo rough mm Mr CE DrK5t arj r- - ry Broaddw wiH on Saturday beryth sell land stock and crop a farm See bis advertke- - ot JI- - rzr 3 Madison Todd Jr has found a CI ten cars turu an iswn iu- - Ac oncer Bush reports the withdraw al cf Mrs Nancy Walkers house and lot I - p- - Hams place on Main street at f r Bredelli and her papHs are to y request of her many admirers a -- J Operatic Concert o the 22nd ol bcr - r Jailed for Fogery Saturday night a man came to Rich- Â¬ mond and registered at the Glyndon as C H Ashland Virginia He bought goods of D M Bright to the amount cf 9 of H L White Son to the amount of i6 and of Breck Fitzpatrick to the amount of several dollars In payment he gave checks on the First National bank Orie of the checks however was made payable to himself and signed by Robert Engle of EstUl county Inquiry disclosed the unpleasant fact that Ash land had no money in that bank nor had Mr Engle and more that Mr Engles name was forged Sunday morning Ash Â¬ land paid hk bill and was arranging to leave town in a buggy when arrested He claims to be from Albemarle county Â¬ back At 31is Helms StuQio puwcrmg ui lac Two superb paintings by Mks Katie cracked and in consequence c Helm 1 ac dry and the hotel k short of where were sent to Louisville yesterday they had bten sold at 50 apiece W They were banners One was painted on Mr J Tevis Cobb has the notes and coffee sacking 3x5 feet and was a full s of the late drug firm of Stockton length figure of Hope The other painted Call and see bte at hk office on on straw matting was c Hfe sized figure of Si V See Psyche Artiits pronounce them superior c J Street with McCreary works and the fact thai they were sold in c Louisville is evidence that they were not C F Bttnta has sold to Mr Ilicr - Arnold tie track of land upon ordinary productions Mks Helms class has done some nice ie Kirksvftte Fair k annually i work in clay modeling The clay used is 10 per acre amounting to a from Waco and Miss Helm says it is bet- Â¬ ter than any she ever worked in the schools of New York It is entirely probable that SI4 is Xew York -s Walker Turley shipped to ere long Waco will be supplying the ar- o k Tuesday of last v eek six cars tists of the world with clay for ther md They were sold at an ek 3 o cattle c t to 35 at home c Not a Parallel Case Dan the liner The young man of the Regkter excuses of Engineers Casey recommends hk remarks of week before last concern- Â¬ - ress appropriate f 409000 for ing us by saying that he meant only a That amount wfttlock piece of humor similar to that which we 15 River tnc ri eras far as Ford have always perpetrated through the Thin Column and that we should expect an Mules Suld occasional return Wc beg leave to say White Son have sold to Tom that ve have never indulged in such words on J W Sz L A Ballard twenty as nincompoop which according to Web- Â¬ A is for f 1000 Also to James ster and other authorities mtans a silly Cc smaller colts for 175 fool a trifling dttXard and other low characteristics Nor have we made cold All Excellent Lot blooded accusations of sham false CL O H CheRauk has purchased pride1 and other impositions We are at fr i -- arious parties thirty weanling marc all times ready and willing to have c cof The prices paid ranged from poked at us howeer severe but We do fun not 3 S 00 It k perhaps the best lot propose to be vilHfittd without cause and c1 anywhere to be found accusedof practicing impositions on the public when there exkts no excuse for such Cattle Sold accusations We are glad to know that s Parrish and Douglas have sold II Bro o Baltimore iou fat the young mans intentions were gooJJjut trL in c - They weighed lSoo lbs and the suggest that he study Webster and the - was S4 50 or Sioe for the lot They Thin Column more closely r- sr - export and a choice lot at that It Mast Hate Hung Fire Open Sessions The Commercial Club meeting last L erary Societies of Central Uni Friday night did not materialize The 1 wil have opes sssiens as fellows Climax r Mican October 25th Bpiphyllidean The meeting of the Commercial Glub -- bcr Sth The cxrctses wW take did materialize last Friday night the Vie society rooms beginning at 8 Climax to the contrary notwithstanding It was the editor of that paper who did not materialize The Regkter Amputated The editor of The Climax went at the week we reported the loss of four appointed time and there was no prospect v lion George Mat Adams Sec- - whateerofa metting Going away he of State under a car wheel at later returned to the vicinity of the meet ice The wound was such that ing and met a member leaving whosaid c ire foot was amputated Monday there were not enough members for a ankle meeting On Tuesday we visited the hall and asked the keeper thereof if the Club Land Sold had a meeting He said that only a few Mr Dillard Cox ef HKnek has sold members came and there was no meeting and advertised in The Climax As there had not been a meeting for sev Â¬ Jett bought the Walker tract of 61 eral months the above evidence Was cer 875 per acre Wm Gentry tainly sufficient to warrant our statement the John Miller place of Ss 0 The man who k always on time labors a fjo per acre under many disadvantages compared with the slow coaches that barely get there at Establishing a Rep Testara chief oeek at the Glyndon all y convincing the public that he k Common Pleas Conrt coraplished eek Hk bMt of fare October term of the Madison Com- Â¬ The la embraced forty two separate and mon Pleas Court opened on Monday Icrat and the nwalky of cooking with Judge Thomas J Scott presiding u s - ccping with the qmntky The docket cxnibits 39 ordinary cases ll Seal Skins 15 equity appearances and 91 old equity s rs Crooke Bennett Urmston cases a total of 145 cases Judge Scott r next Wednesday and Thursday remarked that the ML Sterling docket at a fine dispky of seal skin goods em the last term of court- - contained 137 l- Z sacques cloaks jackets c They equity appearances and the Winchester 1 laiies to call and witness thk un- - docket S5 An important case to be called this c plav See their announcement R court is that of Joseph Blacktfell vs crc Washington Miller a case of ejectment Cloak Opening transferred from the Estill Circuit Court II J Streng is in the ckles baying The jurors for the week are given be- Â¬ 3 end C making arrangements for an low - e display of cteaks and wraps of all c Dennk Zittle Roy C White William a Ins store on nest Monday atd Burgin Martin Gentry Jno C Hagan T- - Ja Oaober A and 2ath He asks WHtk Hkle Corby McKinney J P t r atention to hk announcement rke- - Herodon G W Samuels Win West T cre jt this issue J Smith M C Covington Joeph Heathman I S Irvine James Noland Will Get Well B F Deatlierage N B Deatherage R Br Aalizis of oninlsn iUai Tiah Thir- - P Fox A T Chenanlt J E Cosby N a Toung white man of tbk county Jones Harvey Parrish John Baldwin P V shot n lbe ches Tuesday night W Taylor Thos Huls Jacob HacketJ K J12 Miller a colored barber in thk M Boenj K Gentry Wm J Scudder e uJl recover though dangerously T J Kanatzer -- nded Burton was taken home and M -- r released on Railroad Cases in Court 300 bond County Judge Cbenault sat all last Clover Seed t week to hear the cases of the R N I Mr Cobe Taylor tells is that the B vs Younger Norris and the same crop k good His machine against Sam Barnes The two casses oc- Â¬ S3 so bushels for Mr Dave Simmons cupied the entire week mJ 7i busnels for Mr Fount Rice Jr The attorneys for the railroad were C as week Clover seed is worth 6 per Burnam A R Burnam John E F -e1 It U profiuble for a farmer to Bennett T B Smith and AV J W Caper 50 or 100 bushels of seed ton Those for the defendants were Coun- Â¬ ty Attorney J A Sullivan and Mr G C The Wells Sale Theiale ofC T Welk and Mrs S Lockhart of Paris The jury in the Norris case were J P A Cobb took place at the Wells farm miies north of Union City on Tues BmbryJ E Baldwin Stephen Jett J S r Cattle old at 3 to 3 cents horses Boggs Theo Curry J C Lackey A JL J fotoJMo corn fiss In the field hoes Lackey HB C Hargis George Streng C Stouffcr Taylor J Williams per hundred the farm 2co acres The jury in the Barnes case were J P - rented by Mr Sidney tf Noland for Beatty S Q Royce W D Clark O C 5 McWilliams J C Hendren Obe Curry T Ramsey B F Patton E P Rowland ew Hardware Firm S F Midkiff Wm Cunningham R B Mr v C ruzpatrlck tMt county has Cornelison f the interert of Me D Mc Phelps In the case of Norris the jury gave e hardware firm of Brack Phelps 1 casc f Barnes 1 600 1733 no m The new firm k styled Breck Thk is a total of about 500 more than P trick The invoke was com- trfera I last week and the house k 4n the Commissioners allowed Court convened again Monday morning jootl running order again At present Phflps wOl retire to Ms home In the to bear the case of D F Todd and ttife c rv Sec ad of the new firm else The attorneys for the road remained the same but for the defense Mr D M ire ui The Climax Cbenault took the place of tr Lockhart Jury Richa Welle J T Stapp John mr Green J H Neff C Hunley W H A- - Powekbas purchased of West Joe Collins P Smith W F Elkin w O M Chcnauk the latter interest the recently formed firmof D M J W 3L Douglas Wm Williams E R thenamt Co Tlie new rw1 W- - A Tevk The jury awarded Todd ii500an in owe Co The new firm added onor goods to the old tkandnow crease of 270 over the award of the commissioners Powell k in Cincinnati mafcfag fir er purchases They repafc doing a Do you eufler with catarrh You Mmsmest and wkt dose old can be oared if you take Hoods Sar- ou of W B While at cost and seH spariiln the great blood purifier new goods at low rlcet j Bold by all druggleta It C - I j tising for the third cistern wrc iZ io u iviwkmi ii -- Cleopatra TttK Cumax will shortly begin- - the publication of that popular romance of ancient Egypt br II Rider Haggard the famous English novelist entitled Cleopatra and will be continued from week to week in installments of nine columns each until completed About eight weeks will be required to produce the entire story To accommodate this rare work of fiction The Climax will be enlarged to fifty four columns This will be fine reading for the long winter nights now close upon us Send in your subscriptions and begin with the beginning H Rider Haggard is the author of She a book that has had a more exten- Â¬ sive sale than any book put upon the market for years w ith the only one ex- Â¬ ception of Robert Elsraere The reputa Â¬ tion of Mr Haggard has been greatly increased by his production entitled King Solomons Mines Cleopatra is supposed to be a trans Â¬ lation from three rolls of papyri found in the coffin of a mummy who existed in Cleopatras days and who was himself the hero of this tale This mummy known in life as Harmachis was held by the native priests of Egypt to be a direct descendant aneient Pharaohs and figured as the leader in a conspiracy to overthrow the hated Queen Instead of slaying her as had been plotted Har-Â¬ machis falls a victim to her witcheries and for a brief period plays the part of a favored lover He is however cast aside when being enraged at some treat- Â¬ ment he works out a secret vengeance which results in the ruin of Cleopatra and her favored Antony This is of course but the barest hint at the plot of the story but enough we trust lo give those who are fatnillar with Mr Haggards Uork an idea of the treat in store for them when they come to aiperusal of this his latest and best piece of romantic fiction As stated before it will shortly be begun in these columns and given in liberal installments until completed We bespeak for it a hearty welcome at the hands of our readers and at the same time congratulate therh that we hate been Utile to secure this certainly wonder- Â¬ ful and charming tale Â¬ Â¬ of-theÂ¬ - PERSONAL Prof It Tate Irvine teaching at WinÂ¬ Fine California fruits grapes apples 15- and candles at Din tiellia Itoad horses trultera and runners chester spent Sunday in Richmond shod in any inanucr desired I have Miss Kate Locklane of Winchester just received au extra lot of four j ear vkited friends in this county last wsek old eecond growtli Umber for repairing Ail work guarMrs Mattie Thompson of Frankfort is all kinds of wagou visiting her father Mr Allen Deatherage anteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store Sr at Red House Â¬ G IRALsrX ja3ST3D Respectfully Mr D Shanahan of Louisville founder of the extensive firm of railroad builders was here this week H B Hogg Attorney of Booneville and Deputy under Collector Burnam was here several days last week Messrs C C Wallace J D Feeney andxC R Tudor arc in Louisville dele- Â¬ gates to the Grand Lodge I O O F B Williams and Judge Hon W Robert Riddell of Irvine and Judge W M Beckner of Winchester were here yesterday 8febly 8 L MIDKIFF and Lot 15- CROOKE BENNETT Beefsteak with mushrooms codee at Dinellis k URMSTON elab- Â¬ t - AU 03ST Invite the ladies to examine their orate display of f t -- 1- An-ds-- T Â¬ -- Those Imprisoned Pebbles Two weeks ago The Climax gave an account of some wonderfully fymmetrical stones found imbeded in large blocks of blue stone from Rockcastle county now in the marble yard of Mr W F Francis A specimen was sent to Prof Kennedy He answers as hereunder set forth EctUor GMai I hac examined tle slonc you sent me and fnd that its bhape is due to what is termed concretionary ac- Â¬ tion Such a stone is called a concretion Concretions are common in many rocks and their shape Is often determined by the composition of the rock in vvriich they arc found In sand- Â¬ stones they are found as round as a bul- Â¬ let in limestone they are ovoidal or the shape of a flattened sphere while in shales they are lenticular In the Smithsonian Institution in Washington there are several concretions three feet in diameter and perfectly spherical They look like immense marbles and a superficial examination would lead one to believe they were bowlders but on examining their internal structure on one cut in two the difference between them and bowl- Â¬ ders can readily be made outi On the road leadingup to the top Big Hill in this county there is a small cliff of shales from which I ha e obtained quite a num- Â¬ ber of lenticular concretions Breaking them open I have found in the center of some a small lump of galena lead ore while others had veins of galena running in every direction through them The whole upper surface of the chalk cliffs of Doer is thickly strewn with concretions of flint These concretions are usually small and all of them are very irregular in shape Nearly all of the road beds in southern England are made of these hard concre- Â¬ tions and there are but few roads that surpass these in smoothness and durabili ty Some rocks are made up entirely of concretions for example oolitic lime Â¬ stone which is found in abundance in some parts of this State If the little concretions of the oolitic limestone are examined carefully each one will be found to contain in its center a grain of sand around which the limestone has accumulated It is thought that all concretions have originated by the material forming the nodule gradually accumulating around a particle of matter which may be a shell a plant a fish a grain of sand or as k frequently the casc a grain of the mater Â¬ ial forming the rest of the nodule I have said that these nodules are formed by concretionary action But just what thk action is no one knows We know that one of the ingredients of a mixture has been extracted from the surroundings and gathered into lumps how exactly this was done we do not know The term in fact is one used simply for convenience and is not meant to convey the idea that the manner in which these nodules are formed is under- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Mks Sarah Edwards of Estill county who was seriously ill of fcyer at the home 41- of her sister Mrs Mi H Pigg this place has returned hombi Mrs Anderson Chenault gave a de- Â¬ Dinellis restaurant is headquarters lightful tea Friday evening in honor of for fresh oysters Try them 15- Miss Prewitt of Montgomery Miss Goff Iusure our property in one of 0 S of Clark and Miss Kern of Bourbon 7 32 Powells Ten Companies Messrs George Richter J W Poynter Oysters In every etyle raw fried S P Keer J D Simpson and Capt J T Wheeler of Winchester were at the stewed broiled baked scalloped on Glyndon Saturday having been to the the half shell and every other way at 16- Dinellis mountains fishing Advice to Mothers Mr R C H Cbvihglon Jr arrived dri titrsXvmuwa SooTimtaSTBur shonldalwsya Friday and is ihe guest Of his parents bo Used when children ore cutting tetuu It re itprodaccsnataral UereathellttlesDSererataace Mh T T and Mrs Katie Spears Coving- Â¬ quiet sleep and the little cherub arakea as bright na a button is very pleasant to taste It ton He is a handsome young fellow and soothes the childItsoftens tliegumsallayoall pain there is profound happiness in the house- Â¬ regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or hold other causes Twenty llTO cents a bottle Dr David B Lyman and little eon of 6 5 J The Talace down on First street Philadelphia are spending a few days in Richmond The Doctor made a tour of keeps choice dry goods Ladies in io- Europe this summer and fs enjoying fine vited health He has put clllsed fine prbperty Fire Tornado and Accident Insur- Â¬ in the heart of the old Quaker City and 7 32 ance written by Powell is doing a thriving business Kew Hue of Jackets and Newmarkets Mr Robert Caldwell of Missouri for- Â¬ prices at Crooke Bennett merly of this county is spending a few at reduced 17-Urmstous days with relatives here He says that his t brother Mr James C Caldwell who has Dinelli hat au abundance of fresh for a number of years been in business in oysters for bis restaurant or your table Nash ille has removed to a place up On 15- the Cumberland river in the lumber re Powell represents Ten of tbe largest gionsof East Tennessee Fire Insurance Companies and Writes Squire William Willis Mrs Sallie Wil Â¬ Mills Stores Dwelling Stables aud lis and daughter Jilts Pattie and Post Â¬ 7 32 Live Stock at Lowest Rites master j B Willis and wife attended the VanMeter Willfs wedding at Pine Groe roun hack Acnrs you are all worn out really good lor nothing last Wednesday About two hundred per- Â¬ Or it is general debility Try imowws iron Jtirrnits sons were present Elder Chase pro- Â¬ It ttM rare you and rive a good appetite Sold nounced the ceremony Saxton and W au dealers m meuicme 35 Trosts orchestra and an elaftSrate silpper were features of trie occasion New line of dress goods at Crooke 17- Urmstons Mr George W Ballew received a tele- Â¬ Bennett gram that his mother was dangerously ill Fali Millinery at the home of her son Robert in Kansas Mrs Lee Maupin lias a line assortHe found her sufficiently improed to re- Â¬ turn with him and they reached here on ment of lints bonnets ribbons llowers selected in Wednesday He made careful observa- Â¬ and other millinery goods Hats person by her in Cincinnati tions through Indiana Illinois Missouri and bonnets trimmed to order Prices and Kansas and thinks Kentucky and especially Madison county suits him a reasonable and inspection solicited 1G- little better than any place he has eter Donelson has a quantity of new sul Â¬ seen yet kies surrles and buggies of tbe newest aud most popular patterns aud at Very 5- aiiiiBttJiVsgjMiglfcJSjBt reasonable figures John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ mond Ky carries im- Â¬ mense stocks of Salt Lime Cement and Hair the best Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ plements Sulkies Gear and the best line of Groceries in the market Monday and Tuesdayi OcL 211 AT37 29 SILK FRONTS something new Sashes in all colors Underwear in profusion H mm STKB REW LIM DKESS GOODS Ruchings Linen Hand- Â¬ kerchiefs Embroidered Eld Gloves Silk Um place of business on October 28 and 29 with brellas and many other articles We have Mr E A Sheets of Henry A Newland Co Detroit Michigan will be at my CROOKE T Same will consist of all the newest and best styles in i FF 1 EVER II The Latest Goods the Markets Afford embracing the most popular styles COME Seal Skills Hussion Sablss Isjmi and EogBkef Furs Etc You can not fail to be pleased with our selections Our pri- Â¬ We will on these dates show a stock of ces agree with the Eur Garments such as was never shown before in this city In addition to our Eur times and our goods with the demands of the public Goods we will also show a Ma AND SEE US BENN if A COMPLETE LIE OF PLUSH GOODS GENTLEMEN SHOULD NOTICE THAT OUR -- Â¬ etc for Ladies Misses and Children We invite everybody to come and give them a look feeling satisfied we MERCHANT will be able to please everybody Cassimeres TAILORING DEPARTMENT We have an accomplished Is complete DONT FAIL TO COME AND LOOK cutter and the best of journey workmen We keep in stock If-- we cant suit you in ready made garall the latest and ments we will take your measure for any best imported and thing you want in Seal Skin Russian Sabel Â¬ Â¬ RM8T0N CROOKE Remember House Work has begun oit the Union depot Seventh and Water Streets Louisville A road is to be built from Cincinnati down the right bank of the Ohio to Lotl isville The railroad bridge at New London Conn the largest drawbridge in the world was opened October loth It shortens the times 30 minutes between New York and tbe Palace Dry Goods 15- - or any class of goods Give us a look Dress trimmings at Crooke Bennett 17- Urmstons Â¬ H CSS J L nilej call at the Palace before buy ing your Fall Dry Goods aud save money DRUNKENNESS LIQUOR 15- - STRENG Ky Richmond c domestic CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES Try us BENNETT the World there is but UAKIT In One Cure all Xj NEW FIRM Dr Haines Golden Specific tea or Boston It pan be given In a tup of person enflec tuklug without the knowMge 01 the It cnbctlng a speedy and permanent cure The Morton leased on Saturday the whether the patient Is n moderate drinker or Midway and Georgetown nu alcoholic wreck Thousands of drunkards Versailles have been cured who Imve taken the Golden Branch of the Louis ilte Southern for a Specific In thetrcofTee without their knowl- Â¬ nnd of term of thirty years and took possession edge own to day think they quit drinking re- Â¬ free will No harmful cSect their sults from Its administration Cures guaran- Â¬ Monday teed Send for circular and full particulars Co The earnings of the Pullman Palace Address In confidence Golden Specific lb 17 186 Race bt Cincinnati O I URMSTON GlIiGs ie J Wauckk Plff l vs Netfee Sate 08 CO CM Ciias f Nannik Gkntky Deft Ei J In Equity By virtue of a Judgment awl ortler ot sale of the Mwltson Circuit Court rendered at the Kept ember term there Â¬ of 1880 in tbe above styled ease tbe uudereigued will on Car Company for the 3 ear ending July Rucbiucs Linen Hiindkfrcliief Kid There was a 31 amounted to 8303295 Urm surplus of 2251530 after all expenses Gloves at Crooke Bennett 17- stons had been paid Â¬ O lest Wsiesii ii Thursday October 23 and li 3 Wednesday November 6 89 j3 T K McCann Son arrived on Monday with three car loads of stock and other railroad equipments to start work at once The firm have 12 miles of the road in the Narrows from Yellow Rock down past old Ford Â¬ Ofllce Remaining unclaimed in the Pot nt Richmond Ky week ending October 22ud 1880 Cronstan John Anderson Albert Bordcs Miss Nora Coken A G BrOwrli llehty Sol Diclerson Kate Burlingham E E Gentry Addie Burnsides H G Hall Geo Brown A F Hocker Sallie A Carpenter Jas Land R D Clark Mary B Lewis Mrs MA Mays Miss Julia 2 Care Miss Alice Cary Hubert Mason Miss Jennie Christian J Ogg Will Coleman J M Rtees Mauda col Post Office hours from 6 a si to 7 p ST Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 A M to 0 p M J B WILLIS p si -- ciiiiUEiitnTiiiisTii Seal Skins In Great E The total number df miles of railroads in the United States at the close of 18SS was 156082 of which 7028 miles were built during the year The number of lo- Â¬ comotives in sen ice was 2o qS passen ger cars 28252 freight cars 1005116 This is an increase during the year of 1548 locomotives ISS paasenger cars and 48485 freight cars In the Dominion of Canada there are reported to be 12701 miles in operation on which there are 1657 locomotives 1912 passenger cars and 4400 freight cars Scientific Amer- Â¬ ican rS s Variety umuic Successors lo W B White About tbe hour of 11 oetoefc a ee the premises in Madteoa eutmty Ky proceed to eipose to pubife sale to tbe highest bklder the MIowing deserlfeetl property viz til A Certain Tract of Land at E cloaks saqdes jackets etc Novelties in Woolen Goods i The ladies are cordially invited to call and examine HcKees Old Stand cor Main and First Streets IAYI This is an opportunity you should not neglect It will save you a trip to the cities or the annoyance of having to purchase unsight or unseen through pur chasing agencies OUR HQTICEOFDiSSOLUTiOH Notice is hereby given that the hard- Â¬ ware Arm composed of A F Breck and D M Phelps under the firm name aud style of Breck Phelps doing business in PIchmoud Ky ia this day dissolved by mutual consent A F BKEOK D M PHELPS October lGth 1889 19 20 o o CO i3 ri Je to -- le 11 Jai oihe vJ -- Mr Gerhard Gade U S Consul to Frequently concretions are formed with Christiana Norway has sent the follow shapes closely resembling those of human ing interesting dispatch to the State bones and persons ignorant of their nature Department regarding Mormons in that At the semi annual confer- Â¬ have taken them for such Such concre- Â¬ country tions are found near Anchorage Ky ence lately held in this city by the Mor- Â¬ and I am told that a learned gentlemen mon residents it was reported that the in that neighborhood gathered a number aggregate number q Mormons in Nor- Â¬ of them and was sincere in his represen- way is at pretent 740 one hundred and tation of them to hk friends as petrified fifty of whom belong to the clergy Of the latter twelve are Elders residing in human bones Concretionary structures are not alone Utah and working here as missionaries found in rocks They are also found in for a short time The Scandinavian the bodies of animals Those found in mission is presided over by a Dane named the intestines of our domestic animals Fjelsted During the past four months were at one time highly valued as a med- Â¬ thirty six persons were baptized and sixtyicine but now fortunately for us all med-six emigrated to Utah Last year icine stands upon a more rational basis seventy emigrated but emigrating this than it did then and such useless reme- Â¬ year will become more numerous as a dies are cast aside large emigration will take place next In the human body concretions hae month Passage money from Norwegians been found in eery cavity For instance already settled in Utah is in most cases in the gall bladder gall stones are found all powerful in inducing their relatives and in some malignant tumors nodules here to follow thern to America In this of the phosphate of lime have been found country the Mormons have nine stations Probably the most interesting as well In Christiana where they count 363 as the most dangerous of the concretion- Â¬ members Dcammin the Province of ary structures are found in the stomach Heremarken Turisked Frecerickhold and intestines They are formed here by Antadal Bergen Drousheim and Transo the introduction into these organs of such Their first station was at Brevik and es bodies as pine buttons and grains of corn tablished in 1852 Since that time about which serve as nuclei around which other 5000 Norwegians have emigrated to material accumulates until the mass grows Utah mpw so large as to completely obstruct the Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor No passage of food through these organs Women have been known to form the 26 N Second Street Suits 25 to S45 17 23 habit of biting off and swallowing their Concretions have formed own hair Handsome silk fronts that the ladies around these hairs so large as to obstruct vastly admire at Crooke Bennett the passage of food and thus to cause Urmstons 17 r ii O A Kesjnedv death - Many Persons Chemist Central University Are broken down from overwork or household October iSth 1S89 ams Browns Iron Bitters WitTsale rebuilds the system aids digestion removes ex-Â¬ cess of Ule and cures malaria Get the Genuine Auctioneer P P Ballard reports ad J mimstrators sale of L B Witt near It Cored Briglits Disease Kingston on Saturday 19th Large Spkedwhll Kt May 4 18S9 This crowd and good bidding Milk cows is to certify that 1 bad Brlghts Disease 26 to 30 yoke of oxen 78 calves or something very much like it and was lu very feebia health This was In horses ffo S1025 yearlings 5 cent the year of 1S87 I used one dozen to 75 and f 1 to corn in the crib 165 bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and 1 30 corn in the field oats in stack I am now in better health than I have wheat 80 cents 16 fat hogs been foryeare 125 Jambs M Hekdben 10 80 per head Household goods and Sold by W G While Prescilotlon farming implement sold well 1 Brugfifct HIchmond 49 eoYfV Ky stood Â¬ Â¬ fc m Ask their friends and the public gen Â¬ erally to call and give them a rea- Â¬ sonable share of their pat ronage SEAL SKINS CAN NOT BE SURPASSED STYLISH PL CSHES in either quality or sight go They have o tariety of KUliroM SALE Aa Trustee of John on THURSDAY STYLISH GOODS On tbe waters of Tates Creek begin Â¬ ning at a hickory on a drain eeraer to land sold Watts Walker by Wlllfaro Irvine n SO w 65 3 10 poies to a stake in a bottom corner G J Whites ear ner with same and the road s 27 w 8 poles s 56 w 9 5 10 poles s 37 w IS poles s 23 w 21s 19 w 20 s 30 w 41 7 10 poles to a post in Diekersous corner with bia line and road s 32 w 19 poles to a flake on said line tbeaee new Hue s 61 e 71 poles to a stake ee Walker Watts line with same h 4 e 24 1 10 poles to a stone tbeuee a 36 e 125 poles to beginning same latHlsofcl by C J Walker to Nannie Geatry era sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum ot S291938 tbe amouat of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months tbe purcha Â¬ ser will be required to give bond wKb approved security for the payment or the purchase money to have theferee and eflect of a judgment bearieg legal interest from tbe day of sale wkfe a lieu reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid J R BURNAM Comr of Madison Circuit Ceart 18 20 HLLmBV Notice to Creditors PUBLIC SALE MtMISMORS Madison Common Pleas Court Judith Kanatzars Exr Ac Plfls vs WButler I will Judith Kanatzars dlvisees taJ By order of the Clerk in vacation on 1st motion of plain till alt persons having At 10 oclock a m sell publicly all of ciaims against me estate 01 j uuitn lia siid Butlers personal property 18S9 at the farm 2i miles west of Rich Â¬ of natzar deceased are hereby notified to mond proceed to sell publicly to the produce the same properly proven to Three-year-o- ld October 2 3 ISSS 2 Iwill on As Administrator of Andy McCord Oyer coats Suits Odd Pants Oysters Fish Game Celery Apples Oranges Bananas Potatoes Cabbage Turnips cou-vh-ti- ng Ihe undersigned Master Commissioner of the Miullson Common Pleas Court at bis office in Richmond county of aiauison tveniucKV on or before the 25th day of October 1889 This 21st of October 18S9 S E SCOTT It si 0 Mc P C MULES Mule 7 or head of Cat- Â¬ One Steers a lot of thor Â¬ tle two oughbred Hops Corn in the field lotol Millet Farming Utensils Household ami Kitchen Furniture Terras made known on day of sale 18 19 C L SEARCY FARM PUBLIC SALE On highest bidder his Stock Crop and Faming Implements Consisting of 24 Steers four yearling Steers 4 yearling Heifers six suckling Calves 8 in Itch Cows 1 jearl ing Bull and 2 bull Calves 2 aged work Mules one Mule one male Colt 1 yearling horse Colt Underwear Collars Cufis HandkerchiefeTies Gloves - Saturday Novembers 89 I will sell to the highest bidder my farm known as the Charley Oldham place six miles east of Richmond on Muddy Creek and 3 miles from Waco containing 164 Acres of Land well watered with plenty of timber for a farm twice as large Three good orchards two No 1 apple and one peach The new railroad runs within four hundred yards Good dwelling and out- Â¬ buildings I will also sell ray Jack Black Bill I5 hands high 4 years old and has proven himself t be all right Black Bill was sired ey King Alfonso he by Harper he hy Leviathan he by old Leviathan he by Imported Leviathan dam a Jim Porter jennet Also three 2 year old Mules 3 yearlings Mule Colts some brood Marcs and oung horse stock A lot of Cows 18 20 J P HERNDON and Calves 50 fat Hogs about 40 Shoats 30 Ewes harming Implements lot of Corn and Hay Household Goods etc Will rent my home place where 1 now We have one hundred male colts and live containing 300 Acres The accounts and notes of the late j eighty five yearlings for sale Stristly Terms made known on day of ssla Sale W11JI Lflrm of Stockton have been guou ami som io Buraoecs io roil Pc to bgin promptly at gVtlock tttaced in raV hands for collection chasers Six miles east of StobtaoaQ JERRY BROADDUS leee call at my office and settle same i on tbe Speedwell pike G S DSAXHERAG5 AucY - jij si 19 3JS J UiSYiS CUJBiJ i J- 7dAiKM A VilXitt Two family horses 60 hogs 250 barrels of com in the shock 50 barrels of old 15tacki of hay 2 stacks of oats I wish to sell privately my farm of cornbushels of wheat 1 drill corn plan- Â¬ 150 ter rake mower reaper wagon slide plows and geare corn shelier 20 stands 4 miles from Richmond on the Union of bees aud numerous other thlugs City turnpiKe Mostly la grass with TERMS All sums of SIO and under god water and plenty of timber cash over that amuunt a credit of 90 Terms reasonable days with Interest Satisfactory note 17- W Tandy Cheaum required Sale to beginpromptly at 10 oclock N B DbathkbXob Admr U 8 Deatjihraoe Autfr P S Tbe farm of 243 acres will be A dwelling with five rooms over J tented on day of sale If uot before rent Â¬ A Hlggins grocery store on Main ed NBD 1S 20 Street Also frame dwelling house of eighr rooms on Main Street FIE SALE PEIIffi S Brood Scares lOO 3lOE 3I3 Shirt Jewelry - Pickles Deviled Ham Potted Ham Deviled Chicken Beef Tonpe Chipped Beef Sardines Mackerel Gove Oysters and -- s i Umbrellas Trunks Valises LUffl STOCK Canned Vegetables THE BEST BRANTS AND FBBSK If you want fresh FISH and Oys-Â¬ OK tf IT i Canned Goods jtf ters game or fruits and vegetefeiw or aay of the best brands of 18S lies Zn all styles and at every price At lower rates thaa you aewiDy find elsewhere call on me Goods delivered tn my part of the city A fie line of For Sale i jf A New Broom Sweeps Cleaa and we are offering Goods at prices to Staple and Faney Groceries al Â¬ make them sell Ia feet we will aa ways on hasd deFseUevery hosee la tews T JTSHIU WA POWELL CO 38 sx I IT-3fefi Sam 9x uvnsa r- HICK fflU1 PLUCKING LIVE HOGS A BADLY SOLD THIEr FULL OF FUN R LEAVENING POWER Of too Tarlons Bating Fotrdcrs mns trated from actual tests BOTAI Pare Emafcrd Whore Brlstlea Come Irom uAA How They Ara Obtained I saw It Btatod la a newspaper tho BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and QgkLet Rotrtc from Central KraAMcfcy tmJiO rMU NfUi East Wert asd Seujh wcajtT Â¬ other day Gnats Charm Alam BMMBBilS In throwing your money away by buying shoddy goods Ira H S when fccili fifolAlum Powder B i5 BBBBBl gland SBBSi Vil aad OK Alma FAST LIKE BETWEEN CleTelas s Pioneer fSm Fnocueo SSB maklnp in this country cams from EnÂ¬ To tho average reader tho natural inference of that statement would bo that tho bristles were tho product of swine raised in England Such is not tho caso by any means On tho contrary English hogs do not prow bristles that tho brush manufacturers can uso with profit or economy Eus Blan swinp provide nearly all of tho bristles thnt are used in that business everywhere and thoy aro imported into this country from England But thero aro not so many Russian bristles usod in the United States as formerly for tho great Western hog market of our own country now supplies all that aro necessary for tho commoner kinds of brushes Tho best bristles in tho world ox capt those which France supplies In limited quantities come from tho vast forests of Northern Russia those of tho Ukraine being suporior to others of that country In no part of tho world are there such ondless supplies of mast borry acorn and conal trees Their urea covers thousands of milos which are unbroken forests of oak larch beech pine and other troos that bear and drop the richest food for s wine which swarm in the woods in a half wild state guarded and looked nitor by swineherds as wild as tho hogs thomsolves It is not thero and In that stato of savagory that tho hogs ivo up their bristles to commerco but from theso great drovos tho swino aro selected for tho culture of the bristlo crop for tho hogs that aro to furnish it are treated and cared for with that end in viow They aro brought from the northern wilds and pastured near tho groat tallow factories of Russia They are fed at certain seasons on tho refuse of the tallow factories which in a short timo puts them in fine condi- Â¬ tion Tho bristlo crop is gathered in tho Eummer time after tho hogs been fed for months on havo enor- Â¬ tallow aro rofuso the mously fat and in tho desired condition for plucking for Russian bristles aro not tho yield of dead hogs but arc live tho same as our own gcoso feathers are Tho swino aro driven into inclosures until they aro packed in liko sardines in a box They plungo and kick and squeal in their closo quarters until thoy aro heated to a feverish condition of blood That together with tho stato of fatness thoy aro in Beems to loosen the roots of tho that most of tho bristles used lnbrusb said a brush manufacturer Lexington bOlTH UOUNi Kx Cincinnati 1SSS Car DrPrteea SrfcrtHle ib Lffnet Mey 12tb No 2 p e Sov Fhvto Crofifi Cosgress JaasBBjBB BSl EetkeraT GIHeta None SocbJ when not fresh H Co Phosphate when not fresh BnBLfonTa ZtaaXtardl Hui aal DaNy tjao ad ajaa paw 7F No s fearl Lc 11 I i Lt ATI La Ar Ari I r 1 Ati1 i v lilia hi U xiitlMi n nmil im 3K t MB a ilSF 3irm Ar v M nirr uriiiM Air An An v i Ilcimut I a 111a a 13 uo p iiio a 1037 1105 i op 4 SO p HKJ p HMD p tOMM 5Fp 7- - S7Fai jo P r F 55 P taa pas In saving money by buying the best of everything at reasonable prices and tiintiiii i tiiuoou -- F Noam wuvMiJ - IJrlnKXAM An - US H The Royal Baking Towder Is composed ot pare and wholesome lngrodienU It does not ounudn e4tberalom or phoepuates or other Injurious snb atancea Cdwms U love Ph D Tlio Itoyal Baklnr Powder Is undonutrdly tha parent and most reUaUo batlnc powder offered to UEXBTA MOTT CD PbO tho public Th lUiyal Baklns Powder Is purest In qnallty and hlchwl In streneth ot any baking ponder of which 1 lure knowledge a Wit MCMUCTEIE Th D All Alum Baking Powders no matter how lilch strength are to be avoided as dangerous their lhosphate powders liberate their gas too freely or ndcr chances soSer deterloraUoB FBTf3 liM Ecports of Government Chemists Andrews 1 fee SM KXIBHM i Iv Jl laiiitW Iler a Lv An Im KiJiwwiil- - r-- i5 aaaal aajj a at 7 15 Art WtortHMier Arr LC av 4 JJ vc lolwalim Ivc Pa I Ma Iv Oath r faa a 51 at a ai 45 fca 7 When you make rnsney by gettiag tfee 43S 507 I i I lfls Iv A ArrOwliu1 rmtmnnth J r1arltHliJ K4S ai 1IRAKCII MAYSYILLE tttjai acjsa fcaai pa pa pa pa rjpa 2Ctll lMlf KjlShh am pai 49s pia pm BeslofEisniliM And XOKTU NUtrXII N KjcHum IMIr Lvr liar lamina1 Ijtximjttm Ivc CliiclinaHI Fa - tjs pa Exactly wliat youWanl -- Ilcodache Symptoma of Catarrh obstruction of nose discharges falling Into throat Eomctimc8 profuse watery and acrid nt others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putrid eyes weak ringing in cars deafness difficulty of clearing throat expecto- Â¬ ration of offensive matter breath offensive uraell and taste impaired and general debility Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pre cnt at once Thousands of cases result In con- Â¬ sumption and end in the crave I3y Its mild soothing and healing- properties Dr Sages Remedy cures the worst cases 50c fflffS jJ ii V3 Iltii DR SAGES CATARRH - k3 jb5SsS SHOO OFFERED REMEDY for an Incurable caso of Catarrh In the by tho proprietors of Ait Mtlri4wm llarlMe I aim a ttayvvM 11 yutj aaa rjo pai lacss aa4 fcio pa sus tqaa tnpa - fcjapai K51 a- iMia tuna At the weees t3S3 X OOlSas f G -- The Original Liyeb j IV uTrtE Pills S it UnequaledasaLIvcrPlll onpioKt to take One relict a Dose Smallestcheap iu 4 BarmUtu trovru aovxu L Arr Kxja a Dally No R I lolly Rn son 110 r LU ll LU I I 1 I 1 r I LYl J 1 1 I I 1 nllloua Attacks and and bowels the stomach -- all derangements of cts by druggists a Uuvtngloa Ko Is1nraa 3aMaaalt sit - 9 rt P JM ris jjP All this you can do by getting P TUa 6w 35aJ 45 pa ocj5 a iS P 5 your FALL and WINTER a 4S F pi pa 524 4S taatra IKin1m IHaM Arriws Iarta Wctia m HKrept HMaatay 4 Irxtcl and ttndHiialt lt --tea JatHuUI aud txiwitloartu4lly TRA1K KOTHS N S yS nMMi iteily keft- - aaal HMik rtmnertiottK t Winrticf ler for pulnlK tm Uie K X M V Ky No 4 UK wwmectkHi kt LexiHgtou IMPORTANT TnalHKuttlitK lm hawht depart frnm IH 1imtral Uahm rlvr at and Iiftracer Htaitoa llnnnuatl maklHcrxm ItvrtUm lor all polHld North Kat and Wert Ttirmafa Tiek4 Mildiwtd Hnwciea Cbeeked putttt twetKd by h ntllroad lo For fall partir lam MMrviw or enll en any unv w sceatof th W I- - JIITNHOX K H BACON Tniv Rfc r Agt TrT Ia V LextHttHi Ky tluctai MU O H K B MMtHEU1 Taw AKtCiHdHHMti Jl E HLNTIXWTON V Ireh Oew MhhV tAKK A1 IUHimkhhI Ky Ofu erml CWItniltHi Hitter iwT Owwmcrae ItalMi- tuK Ctuciimall O ill hi Fool tow iUS li mto ay WIS MAMMLE BOOTS SHOES 9 At IKE SHORTEST BKTWKEN M r D r HATS CAPS COLLARS CUFFS 8 Hours the Quickest IIS Ksw and Original Designs Umbrellas and Rubber Goods OF ARTI5TI- C- LOME AaKID SEE ITS TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE TRAINS J AMU AGE OARS DAY COACH- - MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble AND SLEEPERS WALLACE J5 Away A I RIGE Given S Run Through Without Change 110 MILES Great Bool THE SHORTEST 7 llOUltS THE QUICKEST BKTWKBS PiloLiiLs yJHta Jacksonville Florida Cincinnati TIME 28 HOURS Tiip Only honville iE SlrlHiiir Cufh riiHimiHli to Jauk- - Line Riimiin Througli Without Chanty W Pi AsTniidee of S A I will on GW THE SHORT LljNiE FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1830 FROM JUNCTION CITY TO ofler t ulilc fak tlc liigltet biil iler Jhe followiitf ilerllitl pnijiHrlv TWO BAY HOKHK- - jh1 for fuu ilv u e 1 3 erold II rulHr 5 liow teliuK 1 ImcU Mnre Mulo I6 hniiiK 12 Mg 38 Sioili several vhI ualtie Mareri himI Colts mnir ih iii -oiise VaHoiiiH l Cwiat AVilkes Filly -- CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VIOKSBUilGr bristles and tho bristlo pluckers pull them out more casUy than a woman can pick tho feathers from a goose Apparently tho pulling out of tho bristles is attended with no pain what Â¬ ever to tho hog When the hogs aro all plucked they aro turned loose and aro at liberty to run at large in their pastures until thoy grow a now crop of tho material for which thoy aro kept g nnd the timo arrives for them again for tho next plucking Bristles from Russian hogs can always bo distinguished by a littlo tuft of soft wool at tho roots from a thick sub- Â¬ stance of that kind that underlies tho roots of the bristles in the hogs skin This is supposed to be a provision of nature for protecting the animals from tho vigorous weather that prevails In Northern Russia thoir natural habitat France and- Germany supply a small but valuable share of thobristlos used in tho trade Tho German peas- Â¬ ants save every bristle that falls from their hogs and thoir herds are watched carefully so that none of the valuable shedding is lost They do not pluck their hogs alive but when a pig is killed the first thing done is to secure tho bristles Collectors go about tho coun-Â¬ try In regular intervals purchasing tho bristle hoardings of the peasants Gormany produces moro bristles than Franco but thoso of tho latter country exceed all others in value nlthough it has long been conjectured in tho trado that a largo portion of tho bristles sold as French are really tho Russian article manipulated by a process kpown only to French bristlo dealers French bristles are tho white beautifullytallow-fattenin- MOBILE Cli itb Hl Twnij Hni of Cows ail BeUe5f 1- Coiineoliiiii Rlwde at New leans v itli Sotiluri lju itie him Texas Pacirle for Or- Â¬ First Class L3WSSr - Worfcinanship cviry one a tlnirouliUrtHl UTeott I Tlirw-jcar-B- hihI jirdl will be OiritMietl on day of sale Hall Willi Texas Mexico - Hours California XSD CKHTSISTEHT PSIC35 of siiMmti h Ua of r Renioks Hose three Duke Iojm Alio Direet Quicker tlmn any other Line FARMjNC IK5PLER1ENTS w of Ueier Nothern Tezas Hezico California We mv titv Jarses Irntle In Ceitlral CotiMiitKVIie Nt HrlH BiiHit r Whkoii Corn t and the West KeiittaAiHt HurmHtfe tnti facthMi New Hay lUke 1lttiUer Cultivator JgrWnl- prie8 ami infirmH etc AI o ftSTFor Rales Mhs e adilress tiou liofarg firiM any Ht It witrk FRANK W W00LEY IIS Acres Fine Frcsli Land WH ADAMS SON Import ei 8 Trav Pas ArU Lexiniou Ky all under eullivatioii mid to go in corn 4 48 XiEXIXflTON ICv orC 8 BARRETT next year Trav Pas3Agt Chattuiioojja Temi Tetrus made known on day f j uIm 17 1 9 W L OP w T0S3E Smstee J C Jauit D U Edwakds mmmmmm Gen Pass At Genl M V Mer Jorinocllon Madenl Shroveporl wih Texas atd Pacifio Ry wiihotit Transfer for ff H KSNs 1 oris years X- rat aVEwl fca 37 f as Btc Cincinnati O s Latrt rue aoc at aaaH S3e R 322MarketSlrcet X I H Th J - 1 Fourth aUt aft hftrf jcicuB alkx mpttf r4rtM Cnrf all farms of PRIVATE CHRONIC aad ShXUJUU m EASES perJ-E-torri- oi aU LesiriiKi IrtS- 6t5aw J3iBfcvla or r4 O ones of which choico brushes for artiste and painters ara Many so called camols balr made brushes ore simply tho French bristles which possess all the softness at tho extremities and that peculiar springi- Â¬ ness that make tho camols hair so val- Â¬ uable Whonover a shoemaker is choosing his bristles ho never wants them over six inches in length tho Russian grow as long as eight and ten inches Tor ovor that length they do not havo tho toughnoss and firmness necessary for his use Color is the chief thing to bo looked for in determining tho value of bristles for fine brushes Whito bris tlos bring tho highest price White is not thoir natural color whiteness be- Â¬ ing produced by much washing and combing and skillful bleaching with sulphur Some bristles will not como any nearer whlto than a cream color Oth- Â¬ and they are tho next in value ers and many others at that will not consent to change from a dirty brown or bluish gray Such aro dis- Â¬ posed of by dyeing them black N Y Mall and Express -dressed WHY THRESH OATS7 tttrH jmn r Mkr rau t at Kv ctf f IJJJt imlsi rffust la f A ffl ll rT4atCmtftmplt lia MtU Ir anipcr r miiptf rt ttftfy Mf pmr rrtUnML CVDUTTTC iHHiti tun xa lrrTcfie itei frn wifrw nrriflrrft f TTXp tuiiii a GafBfU KaB mmyTtBB -- tm th ll L a rtlt of awjf JHl t m VVCfch 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Koit Farmers Do It Without Baring a Reason for Dolntr It Few thinking farmers ore so behind time as not to know the value ot bright oat straw lor fodder Nevertheless these men good calculators generally go on threshing the oat crop and sep Â¬ arating grain from straw and then feed both to tho same animals as if they thus improved the feed Is not tho work on tho farm hard and enough without this useless labor Tho cus- Â¬ tom is a relic of the past and surely tho day is not distant when farmers will as soon think of hulling oats for feeding on the farm as of threshing them Oats for sale will doubtless still bo threshed although I incline to the belief that many sheaf oats will bo pressed like hay having their heads all toward the middlo of the bale This will apply particularly to local HARRISOHDMILLEB 109 AU stock oat sheaf oats with avidity Ikei Roadwaye lutlniateiciveu c and thoy constitute nearly a perfect Town Coil food Run through a fodder cutter Farm draiiinge Town Lol laid JI Â¬ T T GRNERALLAND SURVEYS and moistened they become orwith ad Â¬ cottondition of a little meal bran Cor nocSteus Raclfnlng Chair Caro given seed a good ration for milch cows Oaly a vqnnre frotn thn mrl house LlneiTi troceil Special aUeniiou plaH of and tho hardest working team horsoa maps You dont Jiave to tend uay out lo to toiogrHphieal land and Corrtvpoud farms mid other Why the depot vu gTfrToir ence mlicitcd with parlies interested keep Bleok and fat on the diet iu MirvevH of lands in meuntaln cuu Bhould not farmers everywhere placo crop immediately on hauling it fit f asl sc4 PftHof Town tiejof Kentucky Hall RIchmoudKy the tho field in vermin proof bays or ruu t 1- rmtwaa seeesti Iaerla dc Uifitat all from T0filCfc City art I cmtSt rtirewt ihI nltk Saathwett to tftat awl barns or better still in mouso proof fl I rttfjk Odtts eC Bianp 0c u til rriseifal ttltAi stacks which ore so easily arranged j i le oMafrt I at arr Ticket 0tc C I St C JtValao thiili e at all Ceo pea Tic et Soft Coal and Anthracite thero to remain till fedP Tho timo usu- Â¬ nr me coaairy ally consumed in freshing oats for tho JOHK ECAH0ea1PandTttirBt Nnt and Lump Coal stock could be profitably used in vaca-Â¬ czvcutt Ast a introduce our new book tions freed from care and labor and Jiow oren at Myers old lumberyard perhaps in visiting othor farms and BIBLE BRILLIANTS Prtshyleriaii churoli nextlo Seoiid learning from other farmers methods Qirfaksft delivery in lown Lowest Kctlicrs Cor N Y Tribune Try u iwlees EKTWCXM Blerit Reclining Chair Cars Cincinnati and Peoria ILL f t tB tn t Khort Mas trade Mr Win Surveys made for Ruilwayn Turn - GfiMmilte uf iiai mvmisgi Hcao success Nest Dsr IRVINE STREET to IW Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTBRI3STG Daae riKlISTyLE I Ijnptlr of the year and omethirjj entirely new in the book line Royal Quarto size 9 x 1 1 J finest of 80TICE TO CBEDITOBS paper large type 330 illustrations 68 hjll page 2 of them printed in nine colors AND retail price onlv Sso TkCT5Kl43 Will AH pewoes indeWMl to W B White sold for Holiday Prsseata Those are hereby notified to cm nt unce nud to in the field will reap a harvest Act first setlle without further notice or cost quick or yon wiU mis it CARPETS LAID IN J JEL BGRAM M O G 7QS5SX Ss 2c3 AZZiT 17 18 XGivehiina Call 54 Cincinnati Ohio 6 si 0ce 17- - OTTTSLLSCrO The greatest 11 a Th3 following item shows how timo on the ocean has been conquered David Dudley Field first crosspd tho Atlantic in 183G in a sailing vessel taking twonty fivo days Ho crossed again in 1850 in one of tho best stoan ers of the time taking twelve days Last week he came across in tho City of Paris in less than six days Howdy Brer Silas Miss Davis wharo you got dat likely lookin muel Pears mighty lak or muel dat was mlssin at do Corners las week Brother Sila3 Slowly Sis Davis slowly Daros too many hen feathors back ob dat house for folkoses what dont keep no chickens tor ask plnted questions Ink dat Toxas Sittings Mlas Fianceo selecting tho ring I profor this fine largo solitaire Jowelor extricating his foot from boneath that of Miss Fiancees young man Dear mo That would never do Largo stones are not at all fashionable for engagement rings Miss Fianoeos young man Hero is triumphantly Tho latest thing out so small and neat Jewolors Weokly Now madam dont ob Â¬ Judge ject to this question Toll tho court your ago Miss Longout I do not see thatit is competent evidence your honor Judge Why not Miss You seo I do not knew it of my L own knowledge it is morely what was told to me Judge True you need not answer America Brown Whats all this youre doing Littlo Johnnie Please Dad teacher told mo if I wanted to learn quickly I was to put down every word I didnt know and ask you what It Brown meant Thats an oxcolont plan my boy Littlo Johnnlo Well Dad I have on this piece of paper 108 works marked down Brown John- Â¬ nie go right upstairs to bed this mo- Â¬ Epoch ment And doctor can you mako this bloom again asked Father Timo pointing to a specimen of tho vintage of 1840 I was onco a footllght favor- Â¬ ite and men showered mo with pearls Oh can I be young and diamonds again she exclaimed with the fervor of a maiden of sixty two summers You sfiall bo queen of the May re- Â¬ sponded Dr Brown Sequard as ho pro-Â¬ ceeded to his laboratory and slaugh-Â¬ tered a fre3h guinea pig Philadelphia Record Caller Mr President I havo long held tho opinion that tho office should seek the man and not the man tho office and I can not adequately ex- Â¬ LIFE IN HAIL STONES press my detestation of tho hungry Obserratlons Prove That They Contain horde who aro worrying you night and Animal and Mineral Substances day I simply call to pay my respects During a violent thunderstorm which Tho President My my Como in raged very violently over tho whole sir sit down-- Wont you stay to din- Â¬ country Mr L C Thompson of Liver- Â¬ ner Caller Thank you but timo pool was struck with tho unusual di-Â¬ is very pressing As I said before I mensions of the hail stones which fell simply called to pay my respects but in that city Being at work at tho time while hero I might as well leave theso with two microscopes ho thought that recommendations and my address so an excolont opportunity of making ob-Â¬ in cuso any offico starts on a still hunt servations on the character of hail- Â¬ It will know whoro to find me NY stones was bofore him Ho accord- Â¬ Weekly m ingly collected a number that fell through his study window and put them ALPHABET COLLECTION at onco into clean watch glasses placed An Exhibition of Sloro Titan Ordinary They woro under tho microscopes Interest to Scholars of romarkable form and structure Thoso who aro interested in alpha-Â¬ some being round and thick bets and writings will bo glad to bear with flat surface nnd composed that a small exhibition of different of a number of concrete layers alphabets Is now being arranged in both transparent and opaque Others the Kings Library British Museum large jagged and angular while soim Tho system of writing in use among resembled broken pieces of ice Sev- Â¬ tho Babylonians and Assyrians con- Â¬ eral observations havo been recorded sisted of a syllabary of nearly six hun- Â¬ during tho past fow years upon the dred characters which were probably substances organio and inorganic borrowed from tho earlier inhabitants found in hail stonos amobos rotifers of Chaldea tho Akkadians who used bacilli and particles of vegetablo mat them as ideograms much as tho Chi- Â¬ tor being amongst tho organio sub- Â¬ nese employ their written signs The stances Mr Thompson directed his Assyrians who spoke a language en Â¬ attention to tho subject As the hail tirely different from tho Akkadian stonos dissolved in tho conical shaped used characters sometimes as ideo- Â¬ watch glasses a deposit fell to the cen- Â¬ grams and also phonetically Re- Â¬ ter which a rough microscopical ex Â¬ specting the known earliest amination showed to bo composed of a systems of writing used in India inorganic thero nro examples hero which dark colored amorphous substanco and minuto stono particles date as far as 230 B C The Arianop Interspersed with them woro noticed oli is a character of obviously Semitic small pieces of vegetable tissue havÂ¬ origin read from right to lolt and is ing tho appearance of parts of crypt found on tho versions of Edicts in tho gamic spore cases and amongst thorn Punjaub only Hence it is called tho were numbers of very minuto oblong Northorn Asoka character Respect- Â¬ bead like bodies about ono fifty fifth ing tho Coptic alphabet it is shown of an inch in length each having a that when the Egyptians became Chris- Â¬ Theso tians thoy rejected their ancient script dark patch at the opices small bodies were mounted in clear and adopted the Grcok alphabet As glycerine medium and subjected to a this was not adequate to express all further high poised microscopical ex- Â¬ tho sounds of tho Egyptian language amination under which they were they addod on tho end of tho alphabet found to have a rough knobby sur- Â¬ six letters taken from tho native De- Â¬ face the dark ends being curled up ex- Â¬ motic script slightly modifying tho tensions similar in character to tho forms Tho exact date of tho adoption forms known as belonging to the of tho Coptic alphabet can not bo de- Â¬ spores of some of tho lower crypto termined but it is confined to tho gamio especially the lichens to which Christian literature of Egypt tho old- Â¬ Hero then est fragments of which date from tho thoy evidently belonged was clear evidence of the existence of fourteenth century A D Manchester microscopically small spores floating Guardians London Correspondence at n great elevation in our atmos Silk Artificially Produced phere probably forming tho nuclei which tho hail stones formed around In the Paris Exhibition is exhibited Their presenco in such acollodian product of a remarkablo thcmsclvos a situation is very Interesting and in-Â¬ character neither more nor loss than structive and throws light upon tho an artificial silk To manufacture it manner in which floating particles pyroxylno was first prepared by tho poisonous conversion of a specially pure cellu- Â¬ minuto animals whether bacteria or bacilli or vegetable or- Â¬ lose obtained from certain parts of ganismsmay find thoir way among young wood and then dissolved in a us and settle whore they happen to mixture of thirty oight parts of ether Scienco and forty two of alcohol secure a congenial nidus Through a News series of concentric tubes the collodion is forced out under pressure in a Injurious Effects of Sitting stream and then immediately solidifies An Albany physician declares that by contact with water tho thread so Americans suffer more generally from produced being wound off on a bobbin Brights disease and nervous disease Next this throod iff denltrated by be Â¬ than any other people md ho says ing soaked in weak nitrip acid which that tho reason Is that Americans sit renders it insolublo in other and al-Â¬ down so persistently at their work cohol and also non explosive Tho He says Americans aro the greatest threads are now dried and usedtos or- Â¬ sitters I over know While English-Â¬ dinary silk thoy aro capable of being men Germans and Frenchmen walk dyed and aro about three quarters tho and exercise an American business textile strength of Ordinary cocoon man will go to bis office take his seat silk In appearanco it is stated to ox in his chair and sit there all day with- Â¬ col tho natural product of tho silk- Â¬ out giving any relief to tho tension of worm British Journal of Photog- Â¬ tho muscles of tho back Tho result raphy is that tho muscles surrounding tho kidneys becomo soft andflabbyj They How They All Got Left lose thoir vitality Tho kidnoyathom Young Lady approaching a seat in selves soon becomo weak and debili- Â¬ tated If Americans would oxerciso tho park on which threo young gentle Ah could you sit more if they would stand at their mpn aro reclining desks rather than sit wo would hear a littlo closer With less of Brights disease I know of a Gentlemen simultaneously Now York man who had suffered for tho greatest pleasure Young Lady turning to an elderly some years from nervous prostration Come Aunt Lina tho until it was recommended to him that companion ho havo a desk at which ho could gentlemen havo made room for you stand to do his work Within a year When I have had my music lesson I ho was one of the healthiest men you will como back horo to fetch you ovor saw His dyspepsia and kidney Good byo for tho present Boacon trouble had disappeared and he had Admitted to Citizenship- Pittsburgh an appetHo like a paver Dispatch Mary sold the mistress of a Cass avenue residence to her cooktho other A uso for tho phonograph has been morning isnt that now beau of t suggested by a London fishmonger who yours a German has been annoyed by tho stupidity of Ho was maam until last night his errand boys in bringing orders What happened last night Mrs Jones for herself or Jeems for Why ho declared his intentions my lord will talk into tho phonograph maam and wo nro to be married in which tho boy will carry round to the tho fall Detroit Free Press customers and should a dispute arise there Is the origlnalrecord on the wax If we noed a National flower why i cylinder for an unprejudicad fnd un not take tho pansy It Indicates the J impeachable witness origin of thospeciea the chlrapanaee re m I How a rickpoeket Was Allowed His Fan by a Sharp Farmer One of tho excursionists landing at Brighton Beach tho other day seemed exactly fitted to the term green as grass He was an oldish marr with tho scent of burdocks in his clothes and as he moved around he loft a trail of hayseed behind him Ho had no sooner loft tho train than he ap- Â¬ proached a young man who waa negli- Â¬ gently leaning against a post at the entrance to the depot and said By gum this is nice lvo got away for a day and Tm going right in and have a slashing good time Thats right uncle kindly ro Thats what plied tho young man wo como here for to onjoy ourselves It takes money though You bet it does but Tvo got tho rhino right in my clothes Bin savin up for eight months Tm jostgoin1 in regardless of expense Look-o-hoHe pulled a fat wallet from his hind pocket and patted it affectionately and confidentially whispered rhino Como and havo a drink of aassaparilly and some Ico cream Tho two were soon fast Irionds Sev- Â¬ eral philanthropists sought to signal tho old man that ho was in tow of a Tho pickpocket but ho was obvious young man steered him from placo to place paying for soda water ginger aloand peanuts in tho most liberal manner but somohow every time he attempted to go down into that hind pocket tho hind pockot wasnt there After three hours hard and persever- Â¬ ing work ho finally got his fingors on tho wallet and quickly transferred It Then ho suddenly announced Say You wait right horo n min ute Theros a party out there I wanfr4 to speak to responded All right hayseed looking up from his Ice cream but dont be gono long Im o having tho gosh durnedost best timo in my life and I dont want nuthin to happen Something did happen howovor Tho young man did not return Sev- Â¬ eral hours later old hayseed went up to tho Manhattan Beach and found him sitting on a bonch gazing ponsively out to sea Scuso mo ho said but if its tho stomah acho Ive got a phial of pep- Â¬ permint ossence hero Sir Aro you speaking to mo demanded tho young man as ho bris- Â¬ tled up Yos sorter to you You aro feolin You have my sympathy sorrowful When you camo to open that wallot and found it stuffed full of hair dyo dodg- Â¬ ers Id gin a bushel of tators to look at yer phiz Look a hore And he pulled a great wad of green- Â¬ backs from his pockot and patted it fondly and said Thars nuthin mean about me Im simply an old ruta baga from tho agri- Â¬ cultural dcestriots Lets havo a glass of pop together N Y Sun Washington Capital A Bovine Peculiarity Omabn Say there was a fish in Housowlfe tho quart of milk you loft us yester- Â¬ I am not Omaha Milkman day surprised at all I havo a cow that persists in going o swimming in tho Omaha World tho river Whoro are tho nails Mistress I didnt know what John John Mistress kind you wanted maam What kinds did tho dealor have Six penny oight ponny and John You Mistress ton penny maftm should have bought tho latter John You know wo always get the best Though erer busy ben yo bee Exceeding brlsli and sprye He noor excels la industry Yo early mornynso flye IMMEfEI g 55SS295 VlfM-XH- THE 10 COMMANDM 1 3y Jig -- E2 c 2 - 3 4 5 7 EEr EaT2SZCSm S EZ3S553E 9 Puck WiC TARRY 1 10 NONE BUT THE Think Carefully and boy from ns Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest Act Immediately Whan Bargains ara Offered Work Diligent- - Until You Reaek Oar Place 21fi W Denl nonestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not KajfrrV Us Buy Frequently If You Woakl Pfaase Us Sell Reasonably lias Evar Beeir Our Aim PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Request I- v x c HP Follow the TEN COJULYNDEKNTS thav will Mitimatelv to success and and make us happy tf --U Mi b -- DKALKKS Ira IS- - niiil hs our stock is not lHrup we are continually renewing it nnd therefiire our htwk it ALWAYS FRESH We I M1g V Bfif aritl Sellfor Gasli uni in consequence our piicra are Exceedingly Low jE3tive lie convinced 20 ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools aad Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING PLOY FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS -FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC L00SL FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YGU WILL FIND LI US us one trial nud you will IIAGAN CHENAULT SH ACKELPOED Richmond Ky July 10 1880 QESTRY i1 A K RUFF RODBSD AT THE nODESrjALE ADDITION Id NOW ON THK MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOlLB NONE NEED APPLY ELSE I Ts Twenty Six Lots a nO Feet HTCIIUEIUEIELEI Will le Mld on following terms Twenty Fiv Dollars eash balance iu it tneiits of Si50 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G- - White tary of the Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt fir he ii No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expi 14 tuouths from dnte of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on By this method parties can buy and i chase money remaining unpaid a good lot tit a email price on easy terni without interest and free t UKAlKIl IN Any young nuin iu Richmond can buy one or more of these lols and y without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will t -Watches Clocks Jewelry Stiver and much more than It is now selling nt The city i rapidly extending in t u For further Inform ti rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdule Plnletl ware elc Special on W G White E W Wiaaixs or Stkimikn D Pvkkisii Riclim 48- attention given lo v aJ JT SETTING DIAMONDS WOT THS GEOGRAPHY Or THS COPNTBT WILI UTTOBMATIOK OET AND OTHEU PRECIOUS S TONES R2 pjaIREBT 1mmptly done uini in a workmanlike maniH r OlfAOQtTAnrTED MUCH VALUABLE FEOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver 9fB Dont torset the pluee next door in the Pnst olliee Kicltnoud Ky jun 4 1 f rinp n bartianes o NEW BUGGIES HEW PHST0NS NEW CARRIAGES NSW SDRRIES HEW SULKIES the mmm My vehicles are all new nnd of the very lulest pntterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If on want vi lilcle come and see me nud you wont gi home wit limit one 5 JOHN DONELVON Including- main lines branches and extensions Bast aad Vet Missouri River To all points East North and North wotroiii City to Rock Island Davenport Dea Moines Chicago and via LEA ROTJTB to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinifton liioux Pni- town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns ant cities U short direct route In connection with lines from St XiOvUs Ciacuii Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points oonvertrctr Kansas City it also constitutes i rok isiaMO pioifss milwv THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AMD THE WEST FRCf 1 THE KHSSOUR2 RIVER farming- and graalne- lands n It traverses vast areas of the richestpopular and economical speediest most world formingf- tha transportation to and from all citle3 towns and sections in Kana C betv orado end tho Indian Territory FREE RecKninff Chair Can Puir--- i Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and i Palace Sleeping Cora to and sm Wichita and Hutcbinaon syt-tn- -- - MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAIK3 E Locdincr all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warr bv steam from tee locomotive in winter well ventUatod and Srea frcr J l leave Kansas City and St Joseph doily oa arrival of trains from vhe ard Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepc--FRS- r i Reclininff Cboir Cara RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANG z Denver Colorado Spring3 and Pueblo mailing- stops only at tanporta tervenln stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels a i venient s tatlons west of Kansas City and Si Joseph furnish delicious - at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVOHJTE TQUR5ST LIiE -To Manltou Pikes Peat the Garden of the Gods Cascade Gren Mo-xn parlis mining oamps cities Idaho Springs Falls and tho mountain resorts hunting and fishing rjrounds and soerac attractions of Colon Express Trains are equipped with every modern improve-- -Its Vestibule safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyme that can add toclose They also mako connections at terminal cities in Colorado lin vs Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pac Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging Unas For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western Tri Issued monthly or farthor desired information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN Censra -- It mager CHICAGO ILL OsalE-cetftPa-- i - USiNESS Keepina Short JIanaTetefraphiJieK VS Write for Catalotue and full Information aUiJSSxflaifeB3iE SB B rtf i Willlr UlUh i wna lmifaP KAiN M OLfe f fial 17 writ TVi tt work on a firm for 02O a month I now katt an tgtney f C Alton A - altwrni and pbU- mttous and ttfteu Bnafca 5SIO a day vr utiAttimox Signed VVMUra Ft- Kline ilarrtsbwr I jut never kMira anything to sell like jvor albam VeaterdUj 1 took onUr coch t pay ma W J fc- lore imager ji I nntei aka intflff for your album at IromOhla Htb portrait r Ur Garrl io- - lit TTMAN PABItlSH w n ctrssisntAMO IfLkfiilEttl HORSES KI1EMAETEI n Moat t often at mic tut if or a alnrla d Vawarfc Othrrs arc doisr arntt at weU i hv no pac ta tjrt SS frnm th Ir ltttrr Crrrf on wha Lake bold f this mud butincta piles ap grand proAia - imUm Rgg- vw rAeftdINSyK g3Jrev lyrWRjtS5flayY5W llv wnrt S2i IrOSM ntc-TT IvUL Hr 90 Having taken a Ihorough rr We have erected a new and conimo Kindexgarten unrier Mi linus Livery and Kale Stable corner of LesinKton I wtti opn 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky On Monday- - SfeBiesfaer 3 and k the public In give us a trial C3 reader Writ tooaand learn all aboatU foryoanelC ff are atartln many w will lUrt you tf van don delay antH anoiherretaahvdorynitfnT or part of tha cawatrr Iyan take bld yonwtit be U to tAHc ap cold fait JCeatl Vn aeroant f a forced maaafrrtarer hU lSAOOO ten to tatha tlollnr 1 hoMengraph Altmmarto NwU Vein far S Uoend tn Uoyal Crtawfcn SRk ahCharMisifTdcacated Inrtdc indJOBief aamjutlntha wnrM Larrett m Greatert twrfBlit aver known Arenri wanted liberal trnaa IHg money foragenti Any ona can a Hxewrul on Uttla bfm tecesaary afcrt t 8lt htHevery atfrb want toor n TChererrr abown par ona tatkVtf ek Ue AranUtakaihaaundaafordera with rapidity nerrr befuroknawn Great profit awaft every worker Agvntaara making InrtMftes Ladteaniakt iiKwk ai men Too rraalrr cantloasneHaa anyone fall ktfennatlon and terms free tnthoea who wrlta for nnt ivith partfcslart and term fee our Fiuilr BV1 Booka and rerlodleala After 7v knaw all n farther why ma hnn la dona m1114 conrinda ta fr AOlre AIXES E CO AccciTA 11x15 Shall wo start VOL in this business HITCHED OR FEB a school at my home n Third firc nvm A AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle tie lurgs ami waLyelii Hated jurp UlU epylUy for tlii horse hordes and buggies hired at For further liifi rmailon aptlv rates Ir tr 10 15 PA1SK1SH CDNX1X0HAM C- - Miss LOfrlA BRON10 3 Third Si eef Iasid fog Sale I - a liiL limoutl for Male urtvniely Divided to suit puiohasers Two hous s Will sII for leas than it is havf 300 AlMtE- OP EXEL LENT RLUEGRASS LAND 1J mile 1ILL Wo wish t- HUM - FOR 54 l SilL fill - friii 14 20 Mtl jHaf DE wnrh xossQ3Krx3 ESiJ ITf III win mi ALSO 500 BARRELS OF CORN in the field at the heap or delivered 250 tons of Imv IS- - Mlill MI llll F li mi JrWrMffv road and Fur1Tl aul Otter oreek plfce mile from felllMivately tMltll NEW J CGmSE ITlSiT OF 4 ROOMS noGns IITICEIFJPLITIBI The partnership heretofore exl llng between 8 D ParrMr and H F flrni name I have piruluiSil the property of the Turner under the Attorneys atitPr-rl-ft Turner Iuiw said Companv nnd will beep on hand Riclimoiid Ky has beeti permanent till of the lert varieties of h kitchen awlpehi Smoke other heiiwar Gofld well at spriusMsK Week Young choice IruH 8- - hoid d f w J tf P IRVINEVl li-- UkC J Aon- n Hl ea y of accis Persona wsoWHHtwfe im- Will UeJlring to haul their iiwij coal will i I hereby warn all pergorv agelHSt Kdjpkt the fle IS not bavtf to cross the rallnmil hiintliur or nlherwl e tresimrtsinr rw I respectfully request n literal pat Â¬ my land Hereafter nil trypan secra BT3 ronage of the citizsus of both county win a prosecuted it la sold oaly by nr rnidf lhiudsKll and city my lands Neaviand JojnsSiu 13- JT S BBONBTON 18 21 v The yard i 1 oo Â¬ ly dissolved Plosse Kea3 s A JTJ A T Kept 2Gtli 1880 STEPHEN D PARItlSH 16 10 Th SIbkw Miirifteeuri ng POSTED f aBedvfiHr MJuot bIWht r - Z g Muwltioe lrW toil-n-lhll SIiPWlJ irtelef- w Frt P6 - - M 1W- fe h Alt I vrsjsj