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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Tjfn oouOc zygote ZxzroiyS aSIa j- HfP - fl VOLUME ATTORNEYS lit TRUE GIFTS He Sires no gift wbo gives to mo Things rich and rare Unless within the girt he give Of love som share He fives no gift who gives to me If but to nuie his own heart gladi Puch girt Is cold He plves rae gifts who giving snob My wants would eas Fc llDg most pity for my need In lacking these lie gives cie gifts most rich and rare Wbo gives to me Out of the riches of his heart True sympathy I WOOING Suddenly ho dcncrles a woman nd Tanclng toward him She is young and beautiful and with a commanding air yet gracions and kind It was tho Princess taking her dally stroll on tho roof who astonished at tho sight of the youth exclaimed Who art thcu How earnest thou here I am a Jew of Acco was tho reply It was a bird that brought me But you are tired and tattered sho Your face bears the mat ks continued of misery You look troubled and Como tell mo your history suffering He told her of his wanderings and how he had sunk to rest In tho skeleton of an ox and then of his flight through the air And she listened entranced to his story admiring his courage and sympathizing with his sorrows Sho had him clothed in new garments I er servants bathed and annotnted hlra Then his eyes shone with new radiatee and his whole being assumed a lovelier aspect As they spoke and strolled to- Â¬ gether kindred tastes were revealinl For tho first time the Princes3 realiied the beauty in ber fathers words which ho had written decades before My friend is mino and I am his whllo the youth as he contemplated the solitary tower and the imprisoned maiden exclaimed with Solomon A lockod up garden Is my sister bride a lockod up spring a sealed fountain Tho north wind blew and the eot th wind blew They loved for both wero beautiful to each other and the wo ld was before them What should they do Fly and seek happiness in some distant spot far away from the King Nay my beloved sho cxclaiminl My fathers wisdom would discover our hiding place and his chieftain Bc naiab would drag us back to Jerusalem There Is one resource dearest ho replied after a pause Marry mo here Marry you Yos that I will but how can we marry according to the 1 iv of Israel Where Is the Ink with which to write tho marriage certificate Despair not beloved I am prepaicd Ho bared his for every emergency arm and opened a small vein used his blood as Ink and the marriage was secretly solemnized with tho woris May Clod bo my witness to day and the angels Michael and Gabriel Their spell of happiness was brief Tho custodians of tho Irincess were thrown into tho wildest consternation when they discovered what had taken place They stormed they raged tbey But It was too late to threatened argue with the pair No more time was to bo lost so they hastily sent tho swiftest footed of their number to the oyal palace and the 6tory was scon told Solomon at once ordered bis mantle to be brought It was of green silk Inter Â¬ woven with fine gold and ombroideied with images of all kinds He sat upon it and swiftly was borne on tho wind to the solitary tower Where is the youth ho cried as he gained entrance who has dared marry my daughter Nay father the Irincess pleadi d bo not angry with him lleproach eio but sparo him for love is our master and thou didst write in thy Song of Love is as strong as death Songs So thou art tho man who has pre Â¬ sumed to marry a Irincess ho ex- Â¬ claimed scornfully as tho youth v as brought to him King be not too severe 1 but stoojeal the words of Solomon Man waters are not able to quench love nor can the rivers flood it away Who Is thy father and where thy dwelling place inquired tho King I am tho son of a poor Jew of Aoco was the answer Altamaris hlsnamo And the youths heart grieved as ho thought of his familys poverty What quickly rejoined the Kiig Tho na of Altamar of Acco the poor- Â¬ est man in Israel and the youth trem Â¬ Yes O King bled but regained his courage as he eaw tbo Irincess step forward and tako her place proudly at his side He is my husband sho exclahned according to the laws of Israel With his blood he has sealed our troth He Is Indeed thy husband and my eon said Solomon beckoning both to Thou art he approach his throne very man who the stars told me was des- Â¬ tined for my daughter Thy name thy lineage thy estate proclaim thoe he same God is tho ruler of the univeise Blessed is He who givoth a wife to ma 3 Abram S Isaacs in Harpers Bazar Â¬ 1I8 I TAKE FOOD The Various Wars In Which Living Creat- Â¬ ures Kit That peculiar ech inoid the sea urchin has five teeth in five jaws one in each jaw all tho five immediately surround- Â¬ ing the stomach Tho jaws havo a pe-Â¬ culiar centralized motion all turning inward and downward so that they also act as feeders Snail3 havo tooth on their tongues hundreds of them says tho San Fran- Â¬ cisco Chronicle but as if those were not enough somo havo them also In their stomach Tho cuttlefish which among other strange things always walks with its head downward does not chew its food at all but masticates with its gizzard So do gecio fowls ducks and indeed all modern birds Seizing their food in their beaks they swallow it whole if grain er seed and in largo pieces If it bo fruit or broad In that condition it goes Into th gizzard a powerful musclo with vory tough horny lining which acts as a mill being sufficiently powerful to pulverize uncooked corn To assist in tho milling proccs3 all grain eating birds swallow little piocos of gravel glavi crockery metal etc tho horny interi T of the gizzard being sufficiently touh to escape cutting by these mate- rials it is lx cause of this fact that tho ostrich has acquired his reputation of enjoying a ferruginous diet Even when they bad teeth birds only used them to tako their food depend- lng upon tho gizzard for mastication then as now Fishes and reptiles use their tooth for tbo same purpose that of taking their food but like the birds they gulp down thoir food unehowed and unbroken if possible There are however e cptions Tbo ray or skat for instance has a mouth set transversely across its heal the jaws working with a rolling motion like two hands sot back to brick In tho jaws are three rows of flat tooth set like a mosaio pavement and between these rolling jaws tho fish crushes oysters and other mollusks like so many nuts The oacpfli teeth are set back on tho pharynx so that it may bo literally said to masticate its food in its throat Tho carp too is about the only cud chewing fish the coarsely swallowed food being forced up to those throat teeth for com Â¬ plete mastication Somo fishes are absolutely toothless like the sucker and lamprey others again have hundreds and hundreds of sometimes so many that they cov- Â¬ er all parts of tho mouth Tho great Greenland whale has no teeth its baleen plates or whalebone taking their place Along tho center of the palate runs a strong ridge and on each side of this there Is a wide depres- Â¬ sion along which tho plates arc inserted While tho Greenland whale has no teeth tho sperm whale has them in great quantities on the lower jaw and uses them too when occasion requires On tbo other hand the narwhal very seldom develops more than one the left upper canine It makes up for tho lack of number by the extraordinary growth attained by tbi3 ono tooth It grows out and right forward on a lino with tho body until it becomes a veritablo tusk sometimes reaching the length of ton feet Apropos of tusks tho ele Â¬ phants nro Its unduly dovelopod upper Incisors those of the walrus are its up-Â¬ per canines and so are those of tbo wild hog Man is the only animal that has teeth Incisors canines and molars of an equal height Man tho ape and nearly all ruminants have thirty two teeth Tho hog however is bettor off than this and has forty four So havo tho opossum and mole The river dolphin of South America lays far beyond this howover having no less than 292 teeth Tooth arc not part of tho skeleton but belong to tho appendages like skin and HOW THEY 1 HEARD IN ENGLAND 4i f R THE Am sdrgjixigiiFr VJfo IqjCC0vJQOJQ i tffiig Tujj - f RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1890 A MOUNTAIN TEAGEDY Sad Culmination of a Husbands Blind Mad Jealousy T was late ono summer after Â¬ noon when I rode up to a lit-Â¬ tle farm house In the Tennes-Â¬ see mountains and paused for a brief rest and a drink of water Two persons were sitting on fTe t A7 burn am First Bernamw Building tack sho asked some excited question coolly told her that he had discovered MUSKRATS INTUITION TORNB YS AT LA W 11 Eomo Things Ettgono Fiold Learned in London Town jo rand gold IraIm 9 LUVAN ATTORN N I I BT-AT-LA- W A List of Articles to Which tho English Assign Names nifTcrlns from Those Wo inc Indirectness of Speech Frevalls Everywhere KtNTlCKY 7 ked by County juuge iri aha i Cnrmnr fw rtaT IL TTORNEi A TLA If Kentucky De gives best gifts who giving nought Of worldly store his friendship love and trust I ask no more Laura Harvey In Chambers Journal DEXTAL SURGERY K THE PRINCESS A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SURGEON rkrrT iND Idim Mam Rireet to 411 P M Marriojre of Solomons Daughter A Rabbinical Legend ckt Office 3- dentistry - i IIOHGAN DDS RICHMOND nfftcc Maiii Street V KENTUCKY over Madison Nation uk w ELBY KHMOSP ifflce nvcr I U7 - BUBGIN - DENTIST KENTUCKY ry tjnods Store on ralsre 11 tut i Jy occupied by Lir Keh- - iIM1li t K1RKSVILLE KENTUCKY Everything Klnnell resilience 11111k t lie profession 4 si w 11 - PHYSICIANS IOYNTZ PllTSICIA N A ND SURG BOM K J M IRkHMiNII KENTUCKY Who could be happier than Solomon ITls land was at poaco his treasury full his power acknowledjyd by tho nations his fleet eovorod tho seas his court at Â¬ Learning tracted tbo best and wisest and science art and tho industries flourished Jerusalem tho capital shone with unexampled splendor its temple and edifices were tho glory of the ago and thousands of strangers drew near from all corners of the earth Tet Solomon was ill at case despite His wisdom the source his grandeur of bis strength was also tho secret of He knew all languages his weakness spoke throe thousand proverbs and sang a multitude of songs He knew tho speech of birds and beasts and the m story of trees and flowers If his knowledge had not passed these limits all would have been well but it tran- Â¬ scended things of earth and penetrated tho secrets of tho spheres above It was lils familiarity with tho stars that gave him poignant unrest What then did the stars toll him What dreadful ca- tastropbo was threatened his house shin- Â¬ Those golden eyod forget-me-noing in the Armament of blue so peace- Â¬ fully and trustfully could they presage ts man and a wom- Â¬ an plain coun- Â¬ try people past mid die a g e just such a pair as ono would expect to find in a quiet little mountain cottage Tho farmer and his wife offered me a comfortable rocking chair and a negro woman broughtme a gourd of cold spring tho p 1 a zza a OOD FORGIVE TOtj YOU HAVE KILLED MY BROTIIKR water It struck i woe Solomon was blessed not only with second Street next to White 6 Drug power and wisdom but also with a daughter of surpassing loveliness When the evening shadows fell upon W EVANS MD Zions hills he loved to sing to her his choicest song In tho morning hours his PHYSIC AX AMD SURGEON was his sole recreaKentucky converse with herwas knitted to hers Rrhvunp tion His soul She was his inspiration and solace as S-Office Second street was her mother in the days of his youth when to wed tho maiden of his heart bo LT TAYLOR left throne and people and wandered a foot soro pilgrim until ho met Naama Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery and plighted his troth The years had RlcllMiNn passed rapidly since then as rapidly as tho shadow of a bird in flight but Sol- Â¬ nd Street over IykeV Grocery omon lived again his old time romance as he saw Naamas eyes in his daughters And the Princess repaid countenance K loiIN M FOSTER the fathers love by a daughters devo Â¬ tion PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON One evening as Solomon was observ- Â¬ KrNTlCKY RkHHOKD ing tbo stars the thought occurred to him to discover who was destined to be sireel next dKr to Lnxons cur Mam and Tales tho Princess husband Long and intent Â¬ d ly he gazed at the constellations E lent and profound were bis meditations v in the watches of the night and then the first dim light spanned tho PH YSICIANA ND S I RGB OX far Raaa and tho morning stars were Kentucky singing their cradlo song for tbo new day the monarchs heart felt an unac Â¬ III- - prwf shhiiI nil Q to the pnl- - customed pang He read Um secret of lic his daughters fate Th rc it stood blaxonod en the fiery constellation sho 111 S M LETCHER was to wed the pwrest man in Israel she a Irincess and his daughter PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON With agonised soul Solomon left his KENTUCKY HMOND watch tower For once the rising day Bird possessed no charm for him note flower fragrance the music of rip- Â¬ 28- ill Ifiildltig Main Street pling waters the magnificence of his surroundings his books and songs and W MI BRIGHT J favorite pastimes palled upon him His PHYSICIAN ANDSURGBi lovely daughter in vain strove to soothe Kentucky turbod spirit Eaeh fresh endearment only increased his irritation Main Sliect nl iiihtdscd1ci1 and ller voioe onco so gentle seemed - ami luiia to Man as harsh as the scream of the Tho maidens heart was condor troubled Indeed as ehe no ieod tho CS BOLTON change in tho King and she withdrew weeping from his pn sence Hameopvthic Physician and Surgeon It shall not bor Solomon exclaimed Kentucky Richmond My daughter wod a beggarl A pau- M 1i Ml Id pers child to sit upon tho throne of ibltillt 1 Kltcill iMl Kay I shall defeat tho Al- it all dirfi- - David Â¬ J uitvckt i Â¬ JR j a diK- - deep silence on his from tho past arose It was a king hurled KS JKXNINU8 dc HB60N account of his pride and doomed to wander unknown and to Physicians ant Surgons Miller severe privations until he had Kenticky learned ti ooatrol himself and trust tho Rkhminu Almighty lie saw the ring which ho iiffiMam stre t over Wallace ft Wee ihataisl and hoard the fierce HW yell of triumphs as the deeum ac nded Solomon the the throne while he L7LIZ Crat sank down down into an un PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON batkaaaaUa abyss TJkm another pictRichmond Kentucky ure arose in memory the weary fugitive spurned on all sides famine stricken hV sireet liornar - 4 and sick at heart until tho lesson of - urn Chei peace was learned K Forgive me forgive me Almighty Must I learn again the cost he cried of mortal pride Forgive mo for doubt- Â¬ AN AND SURGEON ing Thy purposes and measuring my puny powers with the Infinite Let Thy pii HoOBS Kv will be done I shall wrtch Thy wisdom snd abide by the result My heart has MI AS HOOKER lost Its anguish and its fear Upon tho rocky sea coast Solomon had VBTBRINARY SURGEON a lofty tower constructed Walls high GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE and inaccessible surrounded It on all sides leople wondered at tho build- Â¬ Veterinary DrntMqr and Sterility a ing but Solomon continued the work i ecmly Thither one until it was completed KKICF Nxt mrm climax office nil lintMiam luillnii Hii hmiiKl Kv 6- night he had the Irincess brought and placed her in charge of seventy aged l in- - pi nir nicillcliiefc Mill t mighty I ahall And there fell a spirit A picture before his vision from his throne on JOE DAMONS PENSION a Maine Man Considered Ilimrlf Entitled to a Share of It I see that Joo Damon has just go a fat pension remarked an Oxford Coun- Â¬ ty man to a Lcwlston Mc Journal re porter Ira glad of it and Joo ought to give mo half of it for if it hadnt boon for me ho would never have got it Hows that Jim asked a bystander wero you an important tvit ness No replied Jim You see it was this way Joo and I both lived in tho same Oxford County town when the irar broke out and later on wo wero bath drafted I was working in tho woodn at tho time for tho Sandersons up on tho Magalleway river It was getting along in March when I received notice of it and it was then all hurry and drive about tho camp for wo knew that sled Â¬ ding would not last much longer and of course every ono was anxious to see tho contract closed up as Boon as possible When I told tho boss that I had been drafted ho told mo to stick to my Job till It was completed and ho would see that I didnt suffer by it Well our job was finally finished and I got homo ono night after dark Beforo morning tt ore was a rap at tho door and in a few minutes I was under arrest and on my AVhilo riding down way to Auburn there I told my story to the officer ivho had mo In charge and asked if it wai a dead sure thing that I must go to the front Ho told me that it looked vory much as if I should jad of my townsmen Several skipped soon after being drafted Joo among the rest and until I appeared tho town had lacked one of filling its I would ralher quota but he added soo some of tbeso fellows who have triod to run away go into tho service than you and if we can find any of them within a week you may got off I was put in Auburn jail and a let- Â¬ ter from homo a day or two later old mo that Joes wife had let on tha ho I was secreted in an old logging held my tongue till tho last day of tho week was uncomfortably near and then I blowed on Joe Tbo next day ho took my place for the Sandersons bad doing what they could for me and I got off with a week in Auburn jail 1 ally I wanted to go Into the army but I had an invalid mother at homo who could not boar tho thought of my going and thats the way I helped Joo Damon get his pension TVhy Â¬ - Â¬ JMUIV id Important Notice Debto hte McKkk A Traynok for Hie uifeea f tiiioii8 serving nittiea in is- MM hikI 1Wi sjmm Ik aii t KcK All mireM UrniMl in MoKee A Traynor having onli living at MeaniuR tirue will I aj y wen MeKee owner of Hie April 14 190 custodians This shall be your home the eldest and trustiest said he to lvi - cii ir OWEN McKEE Da niarmucrs I cararaUT brvnared Tt4ra If iirlvnt auDBV Humphreys TZ322iZl22 ofKiuu oriwllngthe arfacfaafl care wiuaoat tarssBcaac yatem OrnOK3TALB0a nat and deedtheverciga resaetileaaftbe VH assBe t ollcorTeeuiJaiof Murrera or CMMreaori i il rlt 2E5V 7 Ceaiba OoU LruDChltte IH k Rick BewUche V 10 radar cs 11 lalafal Pert 111 urn mo J I rakaaaa Worma v onn Fever Won OoUe I It is Hi l 1 Kete fflaS Catarrh Plie i MO iii lit as Kicr ssmafi1 Nros J -aa lllillMiii loloeBsaVCoSdiBtheBead I Concka w-- JO ta- KiLfkeWefa24 tnriirnn aa reTaJtealcineO Da Buariuumr Jutoai aaea ill and cotd aaafled rrea Ir una flt XT ECIF1CS visioned for years to come There is no door to the fortress so no one can enter without the sentinels knowledge B vigilant Your head shall be the price of your remissness ihe days the weeks the months flew One night a poor traveler was by wandering alonr tired and hungry his riohing tattered his heart utterly cast down At last he could walk no farther such ana Us exhaustion and seeking s pot to rest he saw the skeleton of an px In a neighboring fiold Thankful for tbo shelter from tho wind he crept in-Â¬ side and with a silent prayer to God fell asleep The elements raged with Â¬ out but he cared not for tho btorm He forgot his cares and sufferings in blessed restful sleep While the traveler thus slept all un Â¬ conscious of what was preparing for him a huge bird vith mighty pinions alighted from the distant bills and lifting up with the youth at rest the si the very top of Solo borot mons tower Tho burden then proving too heavy it was set down on tho roof before tbo door of th beautiful Prin- Â¬ cess Then tho bird flew away with a shrill sc ear1 that awakened tho young Ha arose in terror gazed traveler about bim and began to walk up and down tho roof from which ho could descry only tho rocks below and the clouds above In the distance he saw the fast disappearing pinions of the bird that had brought him there and a ham nanff smote his heart as the fullsS was remeasure of his wretol aUaecL It Is pro- Â¬ cnf Very Tlttlc W Terence Ho had come heme a QkO shchaddelivi tion lie turned on his pillow and uiit rl little late and usirl feminine jra s av be urou in Heaven much brir kind o oil made just as a as the spoke in a subdued tone in a mechan- Â¬ Heart ical way apparently feeling little Inter- Â¬ was only too true knowing est In any thing that was said The howItstrong Jack was forMary Southern the man 1 soon found was partially pir- - cause had never told him about hor ly correct alyzcd and moved slowly and with diffi- Â¬ Union What we call shoes are here known brother but when tho young of- Â¬ culty ficer was in the neighborhood tho two as boots and what we call boots are I took it for granted that they were There is ono hero known as bluchers secretly met shy in the presence of a stranger and had Hunter fell onseveral times his knees and begged shoo call d the hilo because it runs at once proceeded to make myself forgiveness He offered to kill himself high from the heel up back of the ankle agreoiblo by praising the scenery and or do any thing that his wife demanded and is cut low in front complimenting tho place and its sur-Â¬ But Mary Our druggist is here a chemist many would not talk Sho asked to roundings be lot alone until morning and locked of the older practitioners retaining the The woman answered me without en- Â¬ herself In chymist her room Poor Jack roamed old spoiling thusiasm and tho man was silent ex- Â¬ about in tho woods all night and in What wo call alo is here known as the Â¬ cept when I asked him a direct ques- morning returned home where he found bitter beer tion I attempted to mako the two take his wife waiting for him What is here known as a hash we a mutual interest in tho conversation should call a stow and what we call a Mary looked at tho mans haggard but they did not look at each other and face and noticed his trembling limbs hash i here known as a mince what was said by one was absolutely In England our overcoat becomes a Jack sho said you are as good a ignored by the other man as ever lived hut you have blighted grctt coat our undershirt lccomc9 a Such placid indifference was depress- - my life by your mistake or crime I can vest and our drawers become panta- Â¬ ing It was impossible to talk freely never love you is loons again but my It is aid that when tleorge W under such conditions and In a few full of pity Let us live here heartrod Childs of Philadelphia was in London minutes I rose to go My hosts did not calls us away I will try todo untilduty a ac me to remain longer and I felt that but do not speak to me for my not a number of years ago ho walked intoto I can haberdashery and seeking to appear my visit was unwelcome answer you Here Is one kiss for our bo a native asked to be shown tho As I rode away up the hill I glanced old love and now let us bear our sorrow styles In silk waistcoats Joomes back two or three times Just as I ox- - In silence until the spell Is broken cried tho proprietor to his assistant remained this stagalar couple The Colonel threw himself into a step this way and show this Hameri seated as far away as they could got chair and sighed ean gentleman our flowery weskits from each other They wero silenty is nothing more to tell he What wo call sick the Englishman looking straight ahad Evidently they saidThereThose two unfortunates have calls 111 sickness here implies nansea concerning bad not exchanged a word not spoken to each other in twenty five and vomiting Tho British usage is the stranger who had just left them years They are kind and patient but wrong but tho late Richard Grant All this was so unliko country people I am afraid they will never come to- White settled tho point pretty definite-Â¬ I began to suspect some mystery thru gether Jack was paralyzed just after ly How came the British to fall into II a fan hours ride brought me to the his great trouble and his wife has been this perversion It was I think be house of my old friend Colonel Jones very good to him in her way Sad story cause the British can gonowhero except where 1 was to spend tbo night Wallace PBeed Isnt by water that travel by water Induces I said suddenly as we Colonel unpleasant symptoms of nausea and KING LEAR ONCE MORE smoked our pipes after supper do you retching which condition called sickknow any thing about the people at tho Bow a Lawyer Made an Old Mans Las ness gradually came to be regarded as I stopped on my way next house where Days Very Pleasant the correct definition of tho word sick here this afternoon Tho recent death of a Detroit pioneer ness I cant imagine how the British Poor Jack Hunter and his wife re-Â¬ came very near being followed Dy the justify their use of the words homesick Yes I know all skinning and flailing of tho attorney heartsick and lovesick plied tho Colonel You took them for very who had faithfully Bcrved him for years about them Here they call a street car a tram peculiar people I suppose Bays the News of that city correct Here too an elevator is a lift As a result of early Investments and Then I told my friend what I had and that is right seen and how tho strange manner of fortuitous circumstances tho old man What we call a telegram is here called tho farmer and his wife had puzzled had accumulated a handsome fortune a teegrxph It will probably never bo His wife diod and three daughters were determined which of these usages is the me ex Â¬ left as the widowers solace In tho bettor Our postal card is hero a post- Â¬ Poor Jack and poor Mary I will tell you courso of time the young ladies bright card cuffs become wrists claimed tho Colonel and handsome were all married off and tholr story That material known to us as canton ne filled his pipe again and after a did well flannel is here called swans down and They each liked to entertain pa moments reflection 6aid our muslin is known hereabout as It was during the war when Mary and rathor vied with each other In se- Â¬ calico - curing his presence at their respect vo Holt and her folks moved to this settleOur locomotive becomes engine and hearthstones At length ono of the our conductor is hero a guard girls suggested the propriety of pas What we call stowing culinary term dividing his fortune among his chil- Â¬ the Ilritish call simmering our lunch wero to receive It anyhow dren They is here a luncheon and our baggage bo pa could always havo a good homo comes luggage among them and their husbands might hair Oar wheat is called corn and our corn Tho sturgeon Is toothless and draws in as well have the aid of his monoy In Is called maize or sometimes Indian by suction but the shark has its food carrying on business corn Pigs feet are called trotters ry hundreds of teeth set in rows that some- Â¬ Pa acquiesced had hi3 lawyer split the way a theatrical name for a bad times number ten his wealth into three parts and each actor is rotter LobtiBM and crabs masticate their child received her just proportion Then A chill is here called a riiror and food with their horny jaws but they things wero different The old mans the eruption commonly known among havo also sets of teeth in their stom- Â¬ wclcomo was not as warm as formerly us as hivo3 is hero known as notrle achs where they complete tho work of neither were his meals He overheard rash Candy is variously known as But thoro is ono peculiar chewing one daughtor complaining that she had swootmeats and lolly swoets Â¬ kind of crab called the king or horsebeen keeping pa for about three months Yritin to John Smith your social shoe crab which chews its food with its and sho thought It time one of the others equal you are expected to address him legs This is an actual fact tho llttlo should assumo tho burden animal grinding its morsels betwoon Its Tho old gentleman hadnt lost his as John Smith Esq if he be your tailor grocer etc you address him as shrewdness and saw what was coming thighs before It passes them over to its Mr John Smith Ho called on bis lawyer whose advice mouth The won apt is exceedingly popu- Â¬ was to keep quiet and work a scheme The jelly fish absorbs its food by It is apt to rain apt to be I send any ono to you tako up with lar here wrapping itself around tho object which If a man is apt to go down muddy Â¬ what ho may propose and decline to disThe stariaajajks to mako Its own UK SAW JUST WHAT HE FEARED town a bank is apt to suspend etc fish is even more recommodating cuss the affair with your children Â¬ Next day tho father was hugging a Even the best prints use this word as a Fastening itself to the body It wishes ment In those days Mary was the pret synonym for likely and like to feed on It turns Its stomach inside tiest girl in this whole mountain range dismal fire and inwardly suffering from and lack Hunter was one of the finest the cold looks about him There was a Another barbarism everywhere preva out and enwraps its prey with this use- Â¬ Kingdom is the use lent in young fellows to be found anywhere ful organ caller announced to soo him The man of the the United adverb directly for tho con- Â¬ You know what is coming Jack and went right to bnsincss Dogs seize their food with their jaws Mary being the handsomest and bright Mr I want to borrow some junction as soon as e g directly ho cats with their foot and co do monkeys wont out I shut tho door Charles some of them pressing their prehensilo est couple in tho neighborhood natur- Â¬ money How Dickens who was quite slovenly at Pa saw tho point and asked tails into service The squirrel usC3 its al y fell in love with each other and in times seems to have been addicted to paws to carry its food to its mouth tlo six months they were married No two muoh this indefensiblo vice young people ever bejrMi life under Threo thousand elephant Its trunk tho giraffe ant What does this British word left The only draw Â¬ happier circumstances What security eater and toad their tongues tenant mean I should like to know He was hlgh Spiders chew their food with horny back was Jacks temper First mortgage on city real estate Quite is another hackneyed word jaws which are sharp enough to give aniiited ci together too quick and fiery What interest here it is edged in upon every occasion and some of the old folks predicted that Seven per cent quite a nip The first criticism I would pa3s upon Grasshoppers and locusts aro very this would cause trouble If my lawyer approves of the security Tho Colonel whiffed steadily at his have him fix up the papers and make a the press of London would bo for the well provided with tho necessary ma When a Indirectness of its speech check Ill come down this afternoon chinery for eating much and often pipe for a full minute newspaper writer wishes to convey the The prophets of evil were right he and sign it They havo saw liko jaws and gizzards idea that yesterday was a pleasant day In those times this was a too tho latter being fitted out with resumed Noxt day another borrower called Yesterday was not an un Â¬ sort of neutral ground It was between went through the same talk and nego-Â¬ he says horny teeth A good play pleasant day not Tho caterpillar feeds with two saw the lines and Confederate and Union tiated a loan for S000 edged jaws working transversely and soldiers came and went without being The daughters had learned all by ju- Â¬ half bad a humorous speech Is not Hunter was a red hot Seces- Â¬ dicious eavesdropping and the olouds unrelieved by wit 1 riotously ap- Â¬ uses them to such good advantage that molested own sionist and would have joined tho army which darkened the old mans skies plauded address Is not wholly unac Â¬ ho cats three or four times his if ho had not been lame In one leg As gave way to a burst of sunshine The best cented by demonstrat ors of approval weight every day Â¬ Toads tortoises turtles and most it was he made no secret of his senti was not good enough for him Each and so on ad infin et ad naus Now all lizards havo no teoth Frogs havo teeth ments and the Unionists keptout of his family was now as anxious to have him this sort of thing may he subtle and it In their upper jaw only Anteators way as it had been to get rid of him The may bo conservative but It Is not In tho Mary teemed to be deveted to hei best rooms the host scat by tho fireside spirit of the Anglo Saxon and It vexes sloths and armadillos havo no teeth husbsjtd and every thing moved along and the doily caresses of his throe girls mo to find so llttlo of the Anglo Saxon The lion and tho tiger and indeed Â¬ most of the cornivora do not grind pleasantly lor months after hir wed- came as hlsdaiiy lot So it was to the In tho literature the speech and tho ding One day there was a change practices of the very eople where I had far food using their jaws only up and the time of his death Jack had a kinswoman a meddlesome thought to find so much down the molars acting like chopping After the funeral the lawyer was seen scissors Their gossip who hinted to him that something From him it was learned that pa hadnt kni er or rather months In fact aro a veritablo hash was wrong Jack was furious but his loft a cont Then thoro was a pawing Wamlertnes of a Letter cousin told him he had married Mary of the air and chain shot denunciations A letter with a history passed through mil Stranp o and curious et somo of thoso without inquiring into hor past history from the daughters while the Bath Me tho other day It was dl 1 I to Captain c feeding arc however thoy and then she whispered something that S Uairden Manila talked seriously of mopping tho drove the young man almost crazy with ground with the faithful attorney But Philippino Islands and as the hand Â¬ MOO of ibom compare ii simplicity and with thrt n ctiocd by tbo rage tho lawyer had mado tho old age of his writing showed was written by Captain My companion roso from his chair and tapov m This creatur has m client a pleasant one and was content Rairdcns sister Mrs Abbic Peterson paced the floor mouth nor stomach bnt junt laya along who with her husband was lost at sea I hate to tell about it he said but Steam Navigation on tbe XUe rTd tbaoctja the ulrri ly ii ted food Across tho end of the six years ago I must go on Hunter learned from his A new Egyptian association has been through its ekra letter was written a direction to return Com- Â¬ cousin that Mary had been seen holding formed styled the Thewfikieh to Hath in case clandestine meetings with a Union pany who are the owners of a number tho letter vessel had sailed ThCaptain Wlio Kada tim loot lrin Hairdens latter ia on a stream officer In a secluded spot not far from of steamers which have been specially Near Lincolmon has thus been wandering over tho her home The husband said nothing fitted for a regular service of passcn- - world for sis years and though some- Â¬ Crook in a shelv known as Fishing crers desirinir to ascend the river from ijection just axive tho water in to his wife He waitud and watched what faded the envelope has not been the stream is a perfectly defined im- Â¬ Mary wondered why Jack bad suddenly Cairo to tho first cataract visiting the opened and is in excellent condition Â¬ print of a mans bare foot All tho toes grown o cross and silent but she made antiquiti on the banks Tbo forma- Captain Bairdon is now in business In aro perfect and in every respect tho tho best of it thinking that he had tion of this company has been sanc- Â¬ Anjer Java and tho letter has been tioned by a decree of tho Khedive who mark is as plain as if made in plastic some trouble on his mind Just about twilight ono day Jack has just inaugurated tho operations by sent on Its way to that place clay or even putty The stone is as hard as adamant and has been since tho old Â¬ came home from tbo Bold where ho had a personal visit on board tho steamer El The saloon ladles boudoir Khedevle est inhabitant landed in Lincoln County been at work and found Mary missing over ono hundred yerrs ago By whom He instantly left tho house and ran to smoking room and all ports of tho Highest of all in Leavening Power and when was the track mado is an in Â¬ the top of a neighboring hill He saw steamer aro Illuminated by 83 electrio just what ho feared Down in tho val lights of a total power of 8500 candles query m m teresting loy below he saw bis wife and a hand Â¬ and tho decorations of tho apartments General Shermans Monument some Union officer parting from each aro of the most elegant and luxurious General Sherman is an original Ho other in tho most affectionate fashion character Scientific American said to a friend tho other day wbo was They embraced and kissed after tho talking to him about tbo delay in put- manner of lovers Haitian nelngs Ten Feet High That Hunter slipped back to the house ting up the Grant monument In a prehistoric cemetery lately un Â¬ wont happen to mo Ive bought my seized his rifle and went off to tho covered near Montpelier in the south of own monumont and prid a thousand woods in tho direction the officer would France among other things found and dollars for it Tho minute Im buried be sure to take on his way back to tho reported to the Paris Academy were two La hour later just as Mary icd on over m it will skulls evidently belong r I wont havo any why her husband was so nd some human bones that judged walked in and senso wi their proportions must have be to a man at least ton feet ia fancy -Â¬ after a few words had been exchanged that there was something wrong in tho little household but I could not see what it was The man and woman both had sad faces and their hair seemed to bo prematurely white Their voices were pleasant but thoy mo Â¬ her intrigue and had followed her lover from their place of meeting and bad shot him down like a dog within sight of his camp He had seen some soldiers como out and carry the dead body off Mary stood like a marble statue listening to tbe horrible story You God forgive your sho cried have killed my brother and broken my Â¬ You must pardon me for using that Having lived six word molasses months in Britain I should have said treacle writes Eugeno Field in tho Chicago News I study to be correct even In little matters of thU kind but I find it very hard toconform t Fnglish as It is spoken this sido of tho saline pool Quito at random I BBdfl op a list of articles to which tho English assign names differing from those are u r That which wo call a bov is here known as a basin In England you ask for a basin of bread and milk That which is known to us as a pitcher Is hero called a jug A donkey hero 13 called a moke in America a moko is a negro Local slang because for a cab horse Is cats ment the meat of horses Is peddled around By tho the streets for feeding to cat way British cats average much larger than our American cats and they aro notorious chicken killers The brindle cat seems to be tho commonest What wo call crackers aro here called biscuit and I suspect that this is strict-Â¬ 1 a TVeatru r Prophet He CM Give Point to General Greeley Judson Rockwell of Wapping has groat confidence in tho meteorological wisdom of the festive muskrat and cer- Â¬ tainly has some reason for his faith says a Connecticut correspondent of tho Ho believes that a New York Sun muskrat can foresee eoti vesjthet and floods three or fourdays In advance wih far more accuracy than ieneral G can with all his expensive weather bu- Â¬ reau Tho muskrat Is an odd animal who builds his house in tho shallow w a poid or inorass late in the fall and his personal comfort binges on to foretell what the worther is g i bo at long ranirv now when he puts up hii comical mud hut just how heavy the February and spring freshets will lx- go that the topch of the hous wililHi out of th tho freshets swirl about it On unny dav3 in winter when the waters of tbo ponds aro free of ice tho muskrat claws upon tbe subaqueous door of his dwell ing and goc drifting about the sparkling lake his sleek black nose and face just parting tho waves and leaving a long triangular wake sprealing afar as ba sails On such days he lays in a supply of trout and other fiVh which ho catches expertly lurking behind a stump or rock But be mi st know two or threo days In advance of tbe approach of a cold wavo that will fetter tbe pond so that he can retire into his but an I solidly closo up its submerged gate banking it with turf Judson Rockwell has watched musk rats for many years being a veteran trapper and his knowledge of traits enables him to predict the advent of a cold wave with a correctness that astonishes all hi neghbers who pic their faith to the predictions of old probabilities Early one March while Connecticut was basking in April like sunshine and people in all parts of the State were killing striped snckrs and Â¬ gga of people with the best results NUMBER 51 Georgia and has becu used by millions and herbs Purely entirely of roots forests of from the a vegetable compound It QURE5 All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your no the worst cases of inherited taint such as Scroiuia Rheumatism Catarrh and 1 ightt bcmc aaesa aalsss Take Dsneiad CAUTION YVLa Tmaalai awd on th Hi are scam Uasm Trwatiw on Blond and Slcn Co Atiarta tree Swift y jiiT vou Rncrini If the deauer anno eend direct to factory encloalns advaruaeal price per 1 G moo -- j 1 W L DOUGLAS 3 SnUC CENTLEIvlEN run rcnl Lare Kine aiif f II- ie y or d the y ry l I minks In them Bat if was by no glee on account of his profitable eapturo that irradiated hi face as ho wer to Wapping and hastened to the tillage store with his budget of news i mado a discovery and as soon as ho re covered breath enough he recoiir The muskrats are closing up their holes said ho and you can bet all youre worth wo shall have a cold wave In less than four days Bee remember that Just three days later came th coldest weather of tho winter flung a bridge of lee four or five inches thick across every The muskrat sign is new and th it of it belongs to Judson Rockwell of Wapping AN Tbe Judsonpiekingdande his muskrat traps and found thr rlOO HiMlrlMII i m li i si 150 KX I t M ai I I I o lil M II N Mill AIK II I nine his Vt I II HOC I IH 175 SHOE Best Material re Style W L Douglas Brockton Staaa i 3S2 SHOES 1 ufD Sold ky It Fitting JACK FREEMAN A -- RUFF cV if yr ltr APPREHENSIVE WOMAN wfnl Time the Nlrht Clerk Uail with So 17 Â¬ Â¬ A nice looking young matron camo in on a late train tho other night and failing to find some friends she had in the city went to a hotel and ordered a room says tho Detroit Free Press tbe boy showed her to it she asked a good many questions and examined the locks on the doors and windows and had the boy look under the VhI and in the wardrobe for any left over traveler or burglar who might e lurking there Then she dismissed tho boy w ported at tbo office and went away for IITCIBUE1 Watcl J 0 f mi NFS Jewelry Silver and the night A little after midnight a bell rang loudly over tho head of the night clerk who hurried up to room 17 Have you any precautior fire asked a muffled voice on tho other side of the closed door The clerk detailed the whole system of fire apparatus in the house and added as a clincher 0 leading from Theres a fil your windo It i ai easy to ge t dow n as rol li g otf a log k and had just He returned back to catch a nap when again He tho bell of No 17 rang furiously hurried up to tho room Tho guest called through tho door in an alarmed 1 ilated ware etc attention given to RKTTfflQ AND OTHER PUi DIAM0KD3 REPAIRING Promptly iloue Cash Paid B Mad in a workmanlike mauncr to the Post 3- l- Dont foreet the place next door ill ice Kicbmouil Ky voice Â¬ Â¬ If any ono can co down from this whats to hinder any one from coming up I may be robbed and murdered yet Then that perlidious clerk told her that he would watch it himself and see that no ono went near it Hut I dont know yon came in sus picious tones through tho closod door That settled it Tho clerk went back to his desk muzzled tbe bell of No 17 and sat down to wait for developments None came however and at daylight ho wasoir nor tltl be return until ho was sure the fearful occupant of room 17 bad resumed her journey room on a fire escajie Â¬ Bad Chinas Empress Dowager The power of ono of tho greatest po- Â¬ litical figures of tho day perhaps of all time is said to be on tho wane The Empress Dowager of China has been shorn of her prcstigo by the rebellious Independence of tbe young Emperor Ho refused to see tbo bride which sho forced upon him and has been issuing vigorous decrees on his own account He has hoen censuring tho old Ministers right and left particularly Chang Chi Tung Shrinkage of Hrnin Physologists say that the older a man grows tho smalb r his brain becomes This explains why the old man knows nothing and tho young ono every S o I thing InhrTitfil Bleed Poisee How many people there are whose distress fruu sores selies pains and arwptll dencies ore title to Inherited blood pafaot Bnl Mood passes from parent to clili it therefore Is the duty of linahnad and wire In keep Iheir blood pure This is easily uc cowptiaptel v n tlmelv ne of B B R taate Mood Balsa Send to Blood Balm In Atlanta for book of most convincing proof James Hill AtlRiitn Jn write sons were afflicted with blood poison which doctors said was hereditary Thev ont in sores nnd eruplions which K B B promptly ooiilrolled and tlnolly cured com- Â¬ pletely Mrs S K Williams Texas writes My three poor afflic ed children who tn herited blood y lave improved laptdly after a use of B B B it lien Alpine Station J R Wll Hi Bone and blood Fab 13 UK writes meto have my lee ainpc the Mump there came a large nlqar which grew worse every day until I only weiutied IJ0 pounds when I reas began to tak 1HQ pounds and aaad Miutiil I -P 5 awae aal I eSKMaasaaJ AM sons-in-la- w -V M BQB if o sa M never knew whatttiodi 51 jl U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 u Â¬ Rdfa ms Baking Powder Sum Palace St c fcV o X BB lours - atc cflSLAND savjalgs aw Ctetr flak rula LAND ut vl Ar tuii DETJ Cpra j Bates c- - V - 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE I T THE CLIMAX sCH TIPTON lVMISHED EVERY McCKEARY FUR CONGRESS TBE STATE DEMOCRATIC CONTENTION- - - - Editor BY Here is What the Newspapers Say Hon James B McCreary is announced as a candidate for Congress in the Eighth listrict He has served his constituents with marked ability and untiring devotion to their interest and should lie re Â¬ elected without appaaaaaa Leximfkm 1rrm Â¬ EDNESDAY Ths Climax Printing Wm G Co White Ciias S Powell PKICE PEIl YEAR atcCaBJUn 150 WadaesAay - - - Jttiu 1 1890 write The indicates that Congress will be first of August noi outlook n k Harriasn ami Nichols counties inntnut- - n Saturday tor Judge Brent ol Pari for Judge uf the Buumnaw court ed IiiK 1 II M xkmiai riumn - lin- Â¬ 4 i the art of tin- Fayette Hon Ira Julian of Frankfort 1 thouM bo i - liELrVXTK CLAY lay si hi n-law nephew of f was UelraBae a the nominated onstitu O invent ion by the Democrats of unlay Hie op mucin wa- - apt J M Tic unas who carried We are in receipt of a letter from Hon preranrl ainl two county prc lnt Mr Cta J B McCreary authorizing the Journal 1Iis an alile man and the county could to announce him as a candidate for relone no election toColigress This is a mere formality however as he would Ik- elected CARLISLE r TIK WARKMUlM without any announcement mJ ns rvlni The rank and file of the party have r Carlisle has written an ahle thought of nobody else and will not think nMiitiorj tor ti of anylxdly else With Gov McCreary s eminent to build warehouses receive course in Congress our people are entirely wheat ainl other grain ami satisfied His votes and apeeehei arc en iaaae to the farmer owner thcreot loans dorsed by every Democrat and his unifrom the National Treasury holding the form watchfulness of the interests el his l-- surety lb says the scheme is constituents commands the approval of a snan- ami delusion ami a ccntralmnuau men of all parties Xichvlatrillr Journal oi jiwer It woull ti nd to place the fanners umler the thunih of the Govern We are in receipt of a letter mm Hon inent anil place the grain supply in a hi- - B McCreary iu which he authorizes i ition to Ik- easily manipulated by u to announce his candidacy for Con BBaUraum What the fanner needs is a The public services of Mr Mcited tariff Creary are a sufheient recommendation WHAT TIIK LttilSLATI RE DID lor his re election without commendation trom us yet we deem it a pleasure to iy two thousand hills were iassed mention his high standing ability and ily twflv n of them were universal DOpeJarity ami do not hesitate neril nature the vat remainder to say that he has justly earned what he local Protbhr three humlreil new seeks and will bare but little if any difIWnks wen chartered ai ficulty in securing it This district i per d hun dred railroads large and small Half a fectly satisfied with its present Represen hundred amendments were made to the tative and we an- coiilident will le more ral State than pleased to make him his own suc Ittinrilli hfracasf Three hundred more hills wen- passed than by the legislature of two year- - apt iS hill ilerreafinft tor iw capita for We to day announce as a candidate for ongress in this district How James B and the iuim r idiot bill will save a McCreary of Madison county liji I to The tax reduction bill he action of the Ih mocratic partv GoT- similar amount n eves the tax fan er of 5 rent on the ernor McCreary i percoaaUy popular ill- - the The two with so many licpublicans and held iu Survej the power such high esteem by the I cii ioerit ie par the in-Â¬ ty that it seems gqponWOWi to my anyto railroad raan thing in hi- - praise besides the hare an oiiiminweaiths iiouncement that he desires to Ik his own il of jier cents attorn - nl We bawdry aappeae be will he most import till have opposition for the nomination and hills The running of traction eammesou nominated it is worse than useless to oplb- has made an ahle faithful pose him public roads was regulated nd most diligent Representative wad the The general bills could have beea paw re in thirtv days and soldiers remember him with gratitude ed h the latiou could all have been rid the State Ha ved aneven i We do need a new Constitution By reference to another column it will m that GV McCreary asks for re THE NEW OiMiUESSHlNAL KISTRHTS nomination by the Hemocratsof this disTuder the new apmrtionmcnt by the trict for Congress of course he will get We doubt if any one in ud District are the nomination turetlu the party will contest his right to be up M follows nominated Kentucky is learning wisdom Hard aldw ell Calloway ar i ritlcndeii ultm Hik- - bom her water States and is holding her man Livingston Lyon Marshall Mc tried men in the halls of the National i ongress Carlisle Hackbarn Breckin- Â¬ Christian Dsvietw Hancock ridge and McCreary are holding and will ie w e think he Henderson Hopkins McLean Union hold for seam time to confidence of Kentuckians to such an ex Third Allen Hutler Cumberland Kd tent as to insure their places in Congress iov McCreary is a useful and influential aaonaoa Logan Monroe Muhlenburg iiiciiiIht of the House is evet watchful rtii Brerhinrwhje Bullitt Grar- - of the interests of his constituency and rlardin Hart itveii Larae Marion will we have no doubt be honored with a re nomination by the party Shrlhirilh laon Ohio Taylor Wanhing ter JobaDil Boa Â¬ fr uis county rnor McCreary is a candidate for re election to Congress Editorial comment seems to lie and is snjcrfluous for our Congressman is a grand Democratic editorial in himself and will likely lie renominated by acclamation and with an outburst of enthusiasm that will voice the sentiment of the Eighth District Democ- Â¬ racy Ml IVraaa SifmaL s In another column we announce the candidacy of Hon James B McCreary as a candidate for re election to Congress from this district Considerable as the circulation and influence of the IVmocrat are it so ius almost useless for us to tell the paean of the good and valuable qual Jim McCreary as a Congressman We Been1 just Bach intelligent in detatigahie workers as he in Oaaareaa and if all signs hold good we will get him Honiidral Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Tle Convention to nominate a candi Â¬ date for Clerk of the Court 4 A ppeals was called to order at Liederkranz Hall in Emisville Wednesday and Hon W T Cox of Bowling Green was elected tem Â¬ A short afternoon ses- Â¬ porary Chairman sion was held but the Committee on Credentials did not finish its work until late Wednesday night At the evening sesÂ¬ sion eight candidates were put in nomi- Â¬ nation and the Convention adjourned at 11 oclock to meet again Thursday morning The Committee on Organization agreed on Hon Harvey Myers of CovThe ington for Permanent Chairman committee also decided to remove the State Central Committee to 1misville Col John B Castlcnian Chairman vice Hon M C Alford resigned The Committee on Credentials made I report The Madison county contest caused a split but a majority of the committee reported in favor of the Longuioor delegation while the minority reiwirted in favor of The Committee en Adams contestants Resolutions recommended a condemna tion of the National Administration of the McKinley Tarifi Bill and the pro posed Federal election laws it indorsed the administrations of Gov Buckner and lresidelit Cleveland heartily pledging the Kentucky Hcniocracy to the napport f the latter in the event of his nomina- Â¬ tion for the Presidency Nominations being in order Mr Geo Madden of louisville Hn Geomn M Adams of Frankfort Judge French of Mt Sterling Col Tom Poore of Frankfort Mr Martin of Gtaaeon Mr Brink ley of Somerset Mr VanZanoa of and Mr W W liongmoor of Cynthiawa were put in nomination Hon Jack Hendricks of Flemingshurg presented IxMigmoors name He said Mr Chairman and Gentlemen I rise for the purpose of placing in nomination Woodford W Longwaaer of the county of Harriaan It is not a matter of surprise that the most lucrative office in the gift of the peo Â¬ ple of Kentucky should call to the grand stand of the I Vim cratie race course many of the ablest coursers in the ranks of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sentatives of a generouj and discriminat- Â¬ ing people Nominate him anl you dignify and honor manhood virtue and courage Nominate him and you inspire with ris- Â¬ ing hope the bone and muscle and sinew Nomi of Kentuckys toiling thousands nate him and ten thousand hearts as tnie as ever throblied within the shadow of a shield hardly beating now as they wait with breathless anxiety your decision will welcome the verd ct with Hosannas And Kentucky the proud mother of us all will be just i tiii of her children The Convention continued in n day and night till 1 15 oclock Saturday morning when Mr Longmoor was nominated The resolutions adopted were as Â¬ 1 Â¬ THE LEE MONUMENT COL JOHN SPEED SMITH THE AUSTRALIAN BALLOT AT CUMBERLAND Â¬ A REVENUE DEFICIT IN 1891 follows patty The office is one requiring good husi ness habits and clerkly skill for the suc cessful discharge of its duties Can it lie possible that tbeee qualities alone found in any candidate are sufficient to heat these gathering clans to enthusiastic fury I think not for their respective entries On the contrary 1 am sure I voice the sentiment of every delegate hen- when I say that to him In side these qualities there is that in the life and character of his candidate n Inch inspires the devotion and command the admiration of gener For those who seek with me ous hearts the nomination of Mr Loagaaoor I do not hesitate to say that while he possesses the perfect business habits and clerkly skill necessary to the faithful dischargeof the duties of this office rising like Teii- eriffe above these are qualities of head and heart woven into the web of a bum Â¬ ble but heroic life which move and stir the profowndest depths of human feeling and breathe iu cadences as tender as the wind harps wild and touching wail Will you give me audience while with touch a few of the unskilled finger- lion Is in a life symphony as beautiful in conception its heroic in effort as patient in suffering as modest in triumph m any that Brer found hirth in the brain of lleethoven or Mozart or Wagner Born in the county of Kenton in 1S K be had scarcely known his mothers smile before father and mother were notched from him and penniless he be- Â¬ gan lifes battle in lisping infancy With the hardy pioneer blood that uarmedhia veins be sought no aid hut ious and looked to no other hand than his own for bread Acquiring by dint of industry and pcietveiaace an education better than most youths of his day seÂ¬ cured he was well cjuipcd for lifes struggle when in lsiil the demon of civil war sounded his savage hlast The habits the blood the education the anew ialiiai the instincts of thnt maw drew him irresistibly to the stars and bars of the Confederacy Under that banner be enlisted in lsill in the Second Kentucky Cavalry and with what unfaltering courage with what devotion with what soldierly patience he endured for four continuous years of military service let those sjeak who survive with him the shock of battle Coming unseat lied through nearly four years of arduous service it was in the lsirders of the county which now pre sents him as her candidate that his good right leg was shattered by a minie baft requiring first an amputation and finally an unsoeketing of the hip joint Per months stretched powaeowcb of constant pain he grappled with the grim monster and finally conquered Tortured ever with the painof an incurable wound he uttered Bjp complaint sought no sym pathy naked for no aid but with his fare set like a flint he liegan again the building of his ruined fortum Hut he rose to find his cause lost his health shattered his hopes destroy til his friends and himself under the baa of pro- Â¬ scription strangers in their fatherland and aliens to their sires What difficul- Â¬ ties he surmounted with what truth and candor and justice he wrought out his problem upon what sure foundations be has built the rowwded dome of a purcand lofty manhood let the testimony of these men of Harrison who bring him here iiHn their hearts ath st The people he has served for fourteen years as Circuit Clerk know him ln tter and love him more than any of us They have seen him at his deek refusing to leave his post of duty until all was fulfilled His life is to them an ojs n Ixiok and not a page in it would they hide from the guse of mankind And yet there is a story on one of its which in any other than a Conven tion of Kentucky Democrats I abound hesitate to tell in public Sacred as are the affections am sure 1 do no violence to the canons of good taste in communicating that story When W W Lawaanaar awoke from the effects of the anesthetic given him in the operation to which be last submitted lie felt the gentle touch of a womans hand upon his brow and heard the music of a voice as sweet as the murmur of he brook or the rustle of the corn That band nursed him that voice soothed and inspired his heroic effort for life and when the fight was WWW that woman as poor as he but dowered with the ineffable graces that most adorn our highest lxiast became his wife Together they laid a hearth-st-iii- e round which sous and daughters grew together they wrought out their destiny and together they come to day to ntionbeRM upon the hearts of who have witnessed their devoted struggle Thus we present you one of the lxys He is a genui from the trenches of toil whose band lias dollar that his labor has not earned he insignia of boasts no titles heraldry and da honest industry but comes modest in his worth to Bubmit hie claims to the repre Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Amawd That the administration of Grover Cleveland the second elected but only inaugurated Democratic President within thirty years w have witnessed return to the letter spirit and traditions of the Constitution to the frugality sim plicitv and fidelity of the fathers of the Republic to the rub and precept that the Government is irade for the people and not the people for the Government and that in the jxrsoi of Grover Cleveland we recognize a fellow citizen and fellow Democrat of whom all Americans have reason to be pro id and we declare that if the Democratic party of the great empire State of New York shall unite once again in is2 and place him in nom Â¬ ination for the Presidency the Democrats of Kentucky pledge themselves as one man to second the nomination uahmfaf That in the present Repub- Â¬ lican Administration and Congress we have a departure from all the preceding claims and pretenses jf economy and the assertion of a new gOfpel of fraud greed and force which subjects the people and the business of the country to a vast annual tribute to the money power sulxir dinates the welfare of the country to the demands of organized rapacity and which putting the temporary necessities of the party alwivt the requirement- of the Constitution would silence the lepteuwntu-tic- of the people whilethey are robbed on the highway Remind That we condemn in un meaawred terms the McKinley tariff hill pending in Congress and denounce it m a gigantk ache me ivnhl That we protest nginst the unconstitutional and dcsjKitic conduct of the flpialll of the National House of Representatives in counting Pouiocrats to make a qwornm notwithstanding their return to rote in oronr to defeat the will of the people by depriving Representa Â¬ tives of the offices to which they had been legally elected isJrrl That we denounce the jro posed Federal election laws pending in both House of Congress as an attempt to transfer the election machinery of the States to Federal officers m a revolutionary violation of organic law an invasion of the reserved rights of the States and dangerous to the liberties of the people lit d That the administration of the affairs of the state by Governor s B buckner and his associate executive officers is entitled to the indorsement of the people of Kentucky A L Pwraan ur Chairman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNINti MADISONS RaTRESBKTA- TIVK May S MK Fkankfokt Kv Â¬ lth 1 1 Â¬ Editor CltsMLr The legislature having adjourned I feel that it is due to the very able and distinguished Representative from Madi- Â¬ son county in that body Hon Win I Smith to give his constituents through your paper some idea of the estimate formed of him by his brother members as also by the citizens of Frankfort that is by all who during the past four months have hen made his acquain Â¬ tance learned to appreciate his elevated character and are frond tobe numbered among his friends From the very inception of then Judge Smith made i fine impression and Old Madison it was sjieedilv seer that had again sent a i Kin to Frankfort who was bound to be a leader in anydeliber I Kiftb ri-r- - - Boone tanipU 11 Pendleton CatToll GaJhniu Grant Kentoii Trimble nth Bourbon Fayette Franklin Henry Oldham Owen Scott Woodiord Eighth Anderson Boyle iarranl Jessamine Lincoln Madison Mercer aVeeh- Shelby Sjn iuvr lackson Ninth Bath Boyd rracken Carter I Fleuiii Blip Harrison iwrence Mason Nicholas Bstamaum Kowan Tenth Breathitt Clark Flliott Estill Floyd Johnson Knott lx e Man in Ma gottin Montgomery Morgan Meniiee Pike Powell W Eleventh Adair Bell Casey Clinton Clay Harlan Knox U tchcr lx slie Lin rcl Owsley Perry Pulaski Russell Wayne Whitley It is claimed the ehaaac in thelistricts will make the tirst ten salely I niocratic and will ch the Fleveiith to the Kepuh licai Kisand tiOVEKNOK Â¬ BICKNEKS Mlice 10115 VE T ce We announce by authority to day How James B McCreary as a candidate let reelection to the next Congress subject to the action of the Ik niocratic party of the istriit We have not bean ad land that there will Ik- any opposition to his en dorsement for another term by any but if there should lie he will abide the result in anv way the consti tuted authorities of the party may deem best Gew MeOnarya named aa a Bap- resentative is too well known leaned any sKiial commendation from even hismost partial friends Faithful to his trust and true to his jiarty he has established a reputation that is not only honorable to himself but is a matter of satisfaction to the cople of tin- entire IHetiiet If he is again honored with a Democratic nomination it will lie useless for any Republican to contest the race with him save to make some cheap reputation as a martyr for he is invincible lcfore the paopbt of thi Iistrict Lniicaiirr Jiemnl 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE LEMISLATt KE aanpewehnK to Franklort May 27 of tlemenoi theViiiteand Hoaat Keresentatives Our otiuuil n lations nit drawing to a close Frictions nnavojlahly existi d ltween us arising iroiu ipjHiiiL view of means to promote the public wclhrc Tin the present Ocncral Assemhly and of the tire have alike passed into history When yon convened the linancial condi iff Ki Â¬ tion of the Treasury was excellent and the cnilit of the State unimjiain d On thcceoi roar adjournment theTreasu id the in etuis provided for essary espOsM of the re iuudeijuate Many other jmblic interests are aim left unsettled If it lias aj hat I may have been too argent in invitinc your attention uf action in this regard it is liecausc I have i n impressed with t protecting the credit of a the necessit people justlv proud of their bonoi your lietter judgment you have not deem ed it projHt to regard these suggestions but have left the means h aaaal the demand- - n the Treasury ocrasined by your legislation If I do not reconvene the I ieneral As acaaoly in extra session it is liecausc aap gestioii- - which iiave not been considered during a arohwoBBd sessiuii now about to dose axmld not likely taaaoarraat wen- reconveneI aajti The u of our napeetiro us must lie judged hy our common eoastituen m we are responsible i ttlc Â¬ Â¬ - -- In jianinc with the General Assemhlv U assure them the official diticr waees which have existed lietwecn thaes have left no asKrities toward a rinii BYetnber and in wishing them every Bnb soliciting stiliscriptionR happiness and prosperity individually I for a jMwerful electric light to be placed trwet that in aaaaaawag me they w ill w ish our Court Bowse for the jar bo worse fortune than that invoked benefit of lighting up Millersburg The pood bishops of Granada on the amonnt required for a year will e but discarded and unheeded Gil Bias 75 and all the country between here and that place will get the benefit of it Par- - I desire of the lKiuocracy in this district iov James l McCreary announces that he will Is- - a candidate tor re election toCongress siih-ji-to any action that the party may take in nominating a standanl liearer This announcement will be hailed with approbation by a large majority of the voters of the Eighth IMstrict iarGwr McCreary OCCaaem a warm place in the hearts of his constituents No man was evermore watchful of their interests or more alive to the general welfare of the country In every sttin 0 which the eople have ealed him whether as Legislator Gov ernor or Congressman he has demon strated a capacity and faithfulness which has made his name the synonym for all that is made and praiseworthy iu an official In the Congress of the United States he occupies a high position his ability integrity and honesty of purpose leing recognized even by his olitieal enemies Calm and conservative in the analyzation of all jmblic subjects his opinions are regarded with resjiect and i and no Democratic member of the Lever House stands higher in every Unlys e tiination tlian be His name is ited with much of the important legislation of the last Congress and he baa introduced and pressed to a passage numerous acts of great national lieneBt Of course the Democtary of this distrid intends to keep him iu Congress nt- - to and will we dare say noui- lim without opjiosition to lie bis anecessor and then elect him by even a najority than has ever bam given him in the district that he has made fa mona far large majorities Stanford Jottr-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It the general wish ativeor legislative txly of which he might le a member Though never a member before he seemed t take to the business of legislation as a luck does to water A veritable strong man too with an ic tive alert well tra ned thoroughly disciplined mind it is safe to assert that no lietter if as well equipped representative of the people has entered the Kentucky halls of legislation since the great war As was Well said tile other day by one of the ablest of his colleagues in the Gener Smith of Madison pon- mbly me of the brightest of Intellects one toe whose scnc of justice seems almost infallible for he seizes npou the right side if every piestion as if by in- Â¬ stinct and there n ver was a lawyer in tliis country of whom it might lie more He truly said as was slid of Irskine - made out of the purest and whitest of judicial porcelain If such things went by sujKrior fitness instead of favoritism or accident or if his qualifications had been known to the speaker at the begin ning of the session he should have been put at the head of some of the most important committees especially that of the sincerely trust that he will judiciary before long Ik- placed on the Appellate licnch a jiosition he would adorn as much or more thin any man I know And this combined wish and opinion is I am informed shared hy the bar bench and people of this vicinity generally Judge Smith was also one of the very IhM apeakers certiinly one of the most forcihle and impn ssive in either bouse EDeepeeehea though never long or in the slightest degree tedious were always terse concise and ever went straight to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - the Hiint Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I B BUCK To day the Capital is nearly deserted by its usual quota of public men many citizens nearly all the State offan well as most of the members of the Legislature having gone down to Lowawilleto attend the Democratic State Convention to nominate a candidate for Clerk of the Usually scores of the Court of Appeals members remain here after the adjourn ment some for a ieek or two and some for even longer peri oils but to day there was hut one Htetsber a Senator to be seen here besides our home representa- Â¬ tive Now that t icy are gone the genlie that the eral verdict tare just adjonrnert was one of fl- Â¬ it not the Ih that has been seen here for a quarter of a cen lry and 1 can safely say that no meatbcr of either branch contributed mere la give it that reputa-Â¬ tion than did the member from Madison Hon W 15 Smith Judge Smith leaves Frankfort with the best wished of every man woman and child in the Capital and we all trust that he may before long realize the mist sanguine hopea of a high and honorable ambition in the lire of his profession No one who read Judge Smiths occa sional letters to Tin Climax during the catamo and giv session written ing graphic accounts of the proceedings the modes of accomplishing legislative note mess etc coul l tiavi 1 in the remarkable talent hi ior the higu6t order of journalism them JPP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That stalwart Republican paper the SPRING LAMBS The first test of the Australian law in Philadelphia Press predicts that a de- Â¬ Extra 1 Imposing Tribute of the Veterans of i this State which was made at the muni- Â¬ ficit for the fiscal year 1M1 will be reportConfederacy Monday ed on the eve of the nest presidential the One of the distinguished lawyers poli- cipal election in Cnmlierland encouraging in every eli tion The amonnt of that deficit is ticians and soldiers of Madison county ought to be highly ana way to the friends of baSot reform The put by the Press at seventy two millions Imrinj a Salute or Artillery Greet the Martini was Col John Speed Smith under certain ob- Â¬ Of dollars Whether it be reported or not long and honorable career he filled many election was conducted Eqcentrlan Figure Thousands Wit as lack of op the fact appears to be nruhahla and so public and important positions with cred- vious disadvantages such nets the Unvaillng of the portunity to master thoroughly all tin large a deficiency may easily lie made a it to himself and honor to his country MoiiumtfuU ami inexperiplea for a still further increase of the tar Honest upright and otitstoken he de- Â¬ details of the new system am ence in the practical management of the ill The passage of the service pension spise I that technicality and subterfuge The grand monument surmounted by Mer mechanical deviivs provided for the BfO-- bill will go far of itself to wipe out the cles equestrian statue of Robert E Le was which fetter many great legal minds As lection of the voter from improper influ surplus and will make the aggregate It Is a a lawyer ami politician he was well unvallcd on the Sth at Richmond Va awcesanal the mmnotinw of fsirnem hut amonnt of pensions to be paid not less grand work towering one foot and ten Inches known throughout the state higher than that of Washington on the Capitol was an tin- - tiian a hundred and fifty millions of doi- Stieed Smith was born in in spite of all this the result Col John Square It was a grand occasion with 30000 oualiried triumph and vindication ot the lars yearly If we add to these the appro- Â¬ ex Confederate veterans standing round with Jessamine county Ky July 1 ITrJ and uncovered heads law It worked smoothly and success- Â¬ priations for subsidies to steam and sail- Â¬ The parade was a grand one consisting of ilie at his home in Madison county sat- Â¬ ing ships for the real or assumed im- Â¬ veteran and young soldiers cavalry artillery June IS lSo at the age of sixty two yt ars fully and demonstrated in the most and Infantry isfactory manner its right to the public provement of rivers and harlxirs always On the line oi march in the great parade there His lather died w hen he was but a child it has carrh d by lov rolling and for the thous Â¬ were several Intensely interesting incidents and he was left to the care of his mother a confidence and to the place which Qoriioa oi Georglv perhaps recMved the great- highly cultivated and intellectual woman won after a hard struggle on the statute and and one things in which Co Both the met est ovations of any of the Confederate Generals books of the State It is particularly delights to squander the money of the Syrup of Figs U la In the line At one point on Main street he was In a few years however she contracted a people it is not difficult to conceive that and refreshing to I company of Georgia veterans Second marriage and young Smith was worthy of remark that its actual operarecognized by and others A cheer the yell and a rush was of all the ohjec we may not only be brought to a scheme fently yei intrusted to the guardianship of his uncle tion completely disposes made for him He hud to grip the hands of the and Bow tions I Hith of a practical and political of new taxation hut may be told that any old sodiers many of whom shed tears of Joy for that grand type of the old Kentucky genin attempt to reduce it in the face of the de the privilege tern effectually Next to Gordon Longstreet tleman John Speed of Jefferson county character made to it hy its Opponents Came in for the biggest share of honor1- - He aches an It will lie reuicmlx red mands nSKm the treasury would was cheered to the echo by the crowds In line the father of the late ex Attorney iener- the Legislature and on the streets Several of the Virginia al Hon James Speed the government from meeting its liabili constipat Under his care that it was urgi d that it was so cumber even Moreover the fact that nrnst of the only reme iy of i His early educa- some that it would prove confusing he grew to manhood to the most intelligent that the illiterate new appropriations made by the domi duced pi tion and especially the Study of the lan deprived of their votes that it nant party in Congress are continuous ceptable to ti rwaajea wits obtained from Joshua Fry a would he would consume so much time as to dis- Â¬ and cannot lie cut off or cut down by the its action and truly classical scholar and the most noted ed effects prepared M aJ ft He completed franchise many iiensons and finally that Demixnits if at the end of President Har healthy and a ucater then in Kentucky in Democratic defeat again obtain contertn they should Prestly another it would result his education under many excellent quaii eminent educate of that day He chose Every one of these objections was found trol of the government shows that the to ail and Mon Republicans are working on a fixed and to be groundless in Cumberland on the profession of the law and enter popular remedy known once Of the distinguished jurist John day The only confusion that occurred deeply laid acheana f policy which Syrup of Figs whether they are am arena of power can- Â¬ and 81 bottles by ail Kowan of Ilardstown as a student of and it amounted to nothing practically DennM rats not le disturber from the fact that the No owe supposes for inBlackatone and Coke Scarcely had he gists Any reli fastance that any pensions once given will may not have it on completed his law studies when the did not use one of their ancient and or that subsidies to our cure it promptly for an Nortwestern Indians incited to violence miliar devices such as a hickory tree ora be withdraw and murder by the wild and stirring elo Â¬ portrait of Jackson as their party em merchant marine will le stopto until wishes to try it Do not quence of Tecumseh and Ihe Prophet lie blem but instead an alleged plnenix aris- the term for whichjhe annual appropria- substitute came so troublesome that troops were ing from a fire a departure from Demo tions will le made from five to ten years CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP has expired by limitation It is the evcalled out to quell them Smith laid aside cratic tradition and custom that naturally SAK ntAKCtSCl r LOUISVILLE his books shouldered a imirkct and join- puzzled the honest simple miuded voter ident intention of the astute Republican ed a company of volunteers and with It looked very much to some of them no leaders to so firmly fix things that if the Cols Abraham Owen and Joseph Ham doubt as 11 the IH mocratic party were Democrats come into power again they will find themselves bosand hand and ilton Daviess repaired to the camp of engaged in cooking its own goose an lien Harrison on the Wabash A few they naturally felt reluctant to as ist in so foot first by a Republican majority in the The plnenix is Senate running through the next presidays later the ever memorable battle of disloyal a proceeding THK LEK STATUE generally supposed to represent some- dential term and next by the necessity Tippecanoe was fought and his two The undersigned Trusti thing arising from the ashes of min hut of keeping up the customs duties to meet Confederate camps stopi oil him to shake his friends Cols Owen and Havicss laid N the Democratic party is still very much the extraordinary demands fastened upon Common School District M hand and all of tliein STC llic 0 feral a hearty down their lives upon its bloody field mond Ky hereby give to Virpima Haaptntv Enrlr Johnwclcomr Returning from this campaign1 Col alive there is as yet no occasion for it to the government outside of what may lie election will be held at the C ston K r liHT Kit It ir Seal s Hake and em- Â¬ callel its legitimate expenses Baltimorr in Richmond on oth - wre loudly chiorcd Iu the Mnwry Smith at once entered uon the Deary employ a bird of resurrection as an The old San Camp of veterans va the man now I agile TO scenes of life blem of hope ami inspiration He selected as his 1k ation Saturday 21st day of June 90 a clergyman who carri l Sioncwnll Jackson Richmond the capital of Madison county hickory tree sheltered the party in youth off tiic Geld when fie foaaus commander had Between the hours of it is evident that the party can find received his dath wtraml This man wore and was admitted to the bar at the June and CONCERNING FARMERS and 7 oclock p m to the same coat he had on when the wounded no better shelter now While there was of the Circuit Cour in lsl when body of Jackon in ills nrms and lying over term the white and qualified no confusion of any moment neitherwas his shoulder On that coat was its stain of the lint twenty years if age or a ma 11 sheep T s Bunmma sheared an School life Ileod of Jackson will ratify or reject the pi War clouds had again settled over us there any trouble for illiterate voters nor average of i Ba of wooL At the monument grounds the crowds swarm law cf the General As any andne consumption of time the av ed and swelled until its proportions spread far Our second war with England had com T D Chenault and sons lost two or monwealth approved Maj acriss upon acres around the pile wth its menced Mr Smith again volunteered erage vote being polled without demy or titled an Act for the t closely vailed statue The head of the great recently from eating clover And last but not least the He joined the com impediment School District number column of troops had hardlv resched the as a prvate soldier law did net result in Democratic defeat grounds before the ora or of the day Colonel pany of Capt K A Sturgiss and revisOne thousand Merina sheep were killed Madison count Archer Anderson of Ilirhmond bean his adThat act is in the words and On the contrary Mr McKaig is the first in a railroad wreck but Satuplay in New dress Its delivery took two hours and a half ited the Wabash in the army of Genera following to wit Democratic Mayor elected in Cumber and the people a tenth of whom coud not hear Hopkins In the summer of 1815 his Mexico S word stood patiently awaiting the grand cliCHAPTKR command was ordered to the assistance of land in six years an ounce of solid fact max of the day The parade was 6teadlly The sugar beet industry is exciting atAn Act for the benefit o emptying itself Into ihe grounds the armed Gen Green Clay who was besieged in which upsets all the pounds of theory District number twen troops being placed In line with cavalry artil- Port Meigs by a large force of British and advanced in opposition to the Australian tention and experiment in this country lery and inantry placed in repular battle arIt has lieen successfully prosecuted in ison county Gen Olav had lost nearly all system Taken all in all therefore all Indians ray lieliind these mm lac vtvians of the Be it enacted by th G sides might to be pretty well satisfied with California and now some Ocrmans who Confederacy Lees own army and a Treat his staff at Dudleys Defeat and offerhave had experience with it iu their own of the Commonwealth ft A majority of whom laid down their aims with til- position of Major de-Â¬ the moral taught by the Cumberland elecHe him at Appomattox Over looono people ed Smith country are preparing to introduce it Section One That monwere on for the cided to accept it and on his way to the tion To ballot reformers it tallies the tild in the West The yield of beef sugar in Richmond Common School ument is on avast open space At the conclu- dangerous ixi t he met his old Tippeca cheer as an evidence that they ha sion of the address the venerable General Jothe old country una grown to shout eight Madison county know a a- - v seph E Johnston the ranking living officer of noe commander Gen Harrison who was cured a law that will insure practicallv School District number fair and free elections and to honest billions of pounds per annum more tlum white be and they are hereto the Confederate iiriny pushed his way to the then concentrating his army preparatory Every eye was strained enough to supply all Europe base of the pedestal and empowered to Democrats who may have been doubtful and every heart bat anxiously tocalch the first to pursue the British and Indian army - aith Jameson jllmpsof IhhMd In bronze the fllgy of Itobert ink 1pper Canada returned Monday school district to an amount Gen Harrison in- m to the success of their party under the sum of twentv tfrtnitan All ths E Lee anl his old horse Traveler new conditions it restores confidence by from Chicago where he had his sale of the purposes hereinafter J bonds the praise and tumult had been hushed The long vited him to become a member of his shall run for twentv e ear line of troops stood as if waiting an order to ad military family as his sill ill I limp with proving that it may bring them victory Bed Polls May Sfi He sold 4 animals upon an enemv vance multiThe per not mote than six per rank of CoL He accepted and piss instead of disaster To no one is it dis- Â¬ The highest priced animal brougl At i no precisely General the tude held its breath an annum paable ne bull mers National semi 0 Johnston p died the cord down went the ed the Iike into Canada where he took couraging and dolorous except to the jxi and several brought over 200 Bank great vail und Iee and the horse tor the first part in the battle of the Thames litical heeler and professional politi calf brought ST t HonThirty three females tucky and shall be of There occurred a time were exposed to view weak averaged 150 and 10 males averaged not less than one hundrec scene Up went an excla- orable mention was made of his gallantry cian who can no longer bully the mation of mingled pity devotion reverenco and in that haa fooght battle by Gen Harri- - or brilie the corrupt into voting as he may SllThe prices real izH I were goo conSection Two That these bonds may admiration His occupation is now to a large sidering the condition of the cattle son in his official report to the War De- dictate Mr by the said Trustees be Simultaneous y with this the air was filled When the war closed he re- extent gone and he has the joylemaapect Jameson is very well pleased with the ceeds thereof shall be used for the bu and ground shook with salvos of artillery the partment ing of one or two long and steady Are of lines of musketry and turned to Richmond and resumed his of a man attending his own interment sale Mt Steriu school district and for furnishing the same over the fields could be seen the charging of law practice which he followed with Perhaps that was the suggestion into squads of cavalry until there was all the verlta and to raise the money to redeem able appearance of an actual battle in progress marked success until 1819 when he was to Ik conveyed by the funeral pyre and bonds a tax of not exceeding two doi STATE OF OHIO moke and dust the booming of cannon the per capita and twenty cent He served in the disconsolate bird that headed the City of Toledo Llxs County elected to the Legislature ontinuous roar of the musketry the on each one hundred dollars all lrob ned sharp crack of the rifles and the con- that body until 1821 when he was elected Demoi ratic ticket at Cumberland Frank J Cheney makes oath that he the talable property in said s sorting of the civalry was an inspiring and to Congress abty it was not a plnenix at all that was is the senior partner of the firm of F J shall be levied for each year until the bond brtlUag sight Col Smith took a prominent place and typified but only a common political ul Cheney The cty was ovcrwliemed with visitors and Co doing business in the and interest on same described ii all the hotels and boarllng houses besides the one of this act shall hae been pui otf wielded great influence in Congress His ture that was being sacrificed on thealtar Citv of Toledo Countv and State aforeArmories Exposition IHitldings and other and cancelled and this tax when collev of party purity Baltimore Sam said and that said firm will pay the sum shall be first used in paying the interest on houses are cruwrled with people The grand untiring energy his courteous and gracedisplay rf fire works rt the monument ful manners an his commanding elo- Â¬ ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for said bonds of grounds was viewed bv 11011 people The WUNDEllrTb FACTS AB01 T PENSIONS a each and every case of Catarrh that canasesrsltoa of General Leel former entrance quence made him a leader It Section Three The said Trus was elaborate in the mater of the residence riod in the nations history when the na- Â¬ not be cured bv theusexf Halls Catarrh shall appoint the A r the town of The Jell Davis houso was also prettily decoThe increase of pension expenditure in Cure Richmond to assess the property of said of great men and FRANK J CHENEY The R ehmond Club can boast of the tional councils boasted rate years is something wonderful The olggest baM flig of anr private house for It Statesmen and among them John Speed recent Sworn to before me and subscribed in school district and he shall also assess polls within said school district and covered tlie c lifice from the cornice to the first Smith was an opial He was elected to proper maximum pension expenditure on my presence this 6th day of December tory windows lament shall be made at anv time account of the civil war on the basis of A D 1SS6 and served ii Ixdh in were the Legislature the procession Prominent said Trustees may appoint but the prop- Â¬ H Lontrs rprt Dabney Houses a number of terms In the Ben real disability incurred in military er General James erty of the colored people i A W GLEASON UMaury Marcus J Wright M C Builer U district shall not be assessed or taxed under ate from 1846 to 1850 and in the Lower vice was reached in 171 when the tit L Walker A I L Jo V Johnston Win this act neither shall any poll tax be I go for pegsions was 30593749 Notary- - Public It de 15 Talife ro It L Page J A Early M L House 1819 1827 1830 1899 1S41 and i lected Corse M L ronhim Q V c Lee Lawrence creased from that year till 1878 when it Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internallv school of any colored man living n said and set red one lermas Speaker In the district for the purposes 01 this act 3 Harrison llaker J U baaed 26844415 1u fnawow attorney and acts directly upon the blood and Senate he was the author of the patriotic Dan el Bugxjles John EchoV Geo H Stewart Section Four Said Trustees si il II Walker Jos Wheeler J B K rsnaw inscription on the beautiful blocs of mar however about that time captured the mucous surfaces of the system Send for have the power to appoint a Collector to P M B Voting W P Roberta a R Lawtoa testimonials free to the demagogue with the result that new collect said taxes and to him the shall hie contributed by Kentucky W Plrldd Ckan I Hundley Ben CO Toledo CHENEY deliver a correct and certified copy of said Rut cTtson Oorensors Daniel O Fowlc of Washington Monument Kentucky the islation was devised to shower the public North Carolina F 1 Fli mtn of Florida A gta Sold by Druggists 75 cts money upon persons not previously 49 52 list taking his receipt tor same Said ColU of Fleinin V st John first of the Union by the patriotism of rmin lector shall execute bond with appro of P Souh Rlcirri on Carolina her SOUS ainl the guidance of a good deemed worthy of pensions Their ol security in the sum of five thousand dolInited States R naors John S BatVnst John Providence would be the last to give it jeets have been greatly fawned by the lars faithful discharge W Dniel W H aTnns aafl flaaual Pasco Tobacco Market but itfor thebe ihe duty of the of his dm to protectionists whose interest it is to keep Louisville shall Trustees Co onrls William Lamb nnd W E Cameron up By Ulover A Durrelt Louisville Tobaceo appoint the Collector of the town of Rich Captain J Tnylor Wood mi rnbrs of Ooaeral During the Administration John Ouin tariff taxes at the highest notch The Ware House moud to collect the taxes under this act Robert E L es staff Colonels Walter H TayÂ¬ c Adams Col Smith was tendered two consequence is seen in a pension expen lor Charles Marshall T at B Tilrott Gener Sales on our market for the week just provided they can agree with him a al A L Lig Major Charles 8 Trashln and his compensation and if this can not be diplomatic appointments lxith at which diture in ISNi of SlM77 In the pres closed amount to ihe following members of General L es family 3010 hhds with receipts done then they are to appoint a Collector This was at a time when ent fiscal year the expenditure is to be for he declined MMreii anil Mary Lea Captain Robert the same period of 2417 hhds Sales as above set out HBbjimjM to 12i000OlXl Next K Lee jr Qaasml W 11 IS Le wile and office sought the man not the man the ons Itolirfir an R E Li aeaheva lleneril year the annual expenditure will lie from on our market since January 1st amount Section Five It shall be the dut Be was United States District AtFilzhugb Lie Willi wife lit r Captain office l9dfiOOJXO to SIW0oiUHiO If the pris- to 64 4S3 hhds Sales on our market up the county superintendent of common Diivil Lee Willi wile and children and Caplaiu torney for Kentucy several years anil to this date of the crop of iSSy amount to schools in and for the county of Madison BuhOrt Lee which office be filled with dignity and oners bill abo becomes a law a goodly to pay over to the Board of Trustees of number of millions will le added to this 3550S hhds said school district all ability and the duties of which he dis We are glad to be able to report another ing to said school districtthe monevs aceni figure The amount disbursed on account THE DEPORTATION OF THE COLORED chargi d with great acceptability out ot the public very strong week for medium good and funds of the Male as now directed b law POPULATION In IKJO when Kentucky was greatly of pensions since 1861 has been 1150 fine burlevs The common grades where which money shall be used only to pav irritated and excited over the repeal of 218413 exclusive of the SiO0000000 ajv they have color have also shown more teachers of the common school brant SW in bounties to volunteers There is a in said school Editor Cftaanc of the the the Fugitive Slave law strength We have sold quite a number State of Ohio he and iov Charles More curious relation between the deer May 17 1890 New Ohikans b Section Six This act shall take elinterest on the public debt and the of hogsheads at from i7 to j by the Governor the ect and be in full Msec as soon as the I have reeeiveil a remarks upon bead were appointed The following quotations fairly repre- same shall be increase of jicnsions which indicati s a ratified by a majority of all tin pfapoaition to deport the Negro i and Senate of Kentucky to visit the leg- tendency of the war burden to become sent our market for burley tobacco crop the white and qualified voters oi said school of Ohio then in session at Col wish be hal rtinl the hook which my ar- Â¬ islature district at an election to be held within peipetnal On August SI lane when the of 1889 ticle noticed before he- attempted to reply miiluis and BOtacit the re enactment of debt was largest Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 250 one hundred and twentv days after the the principal of the debt Die mission was a delicate one passage of this act Said election s to be The Appeal to Pharaoh r the law especially and the interest charge to 300 held at the time and places fixed The Negro Problem and is Radical Solu- Â¬ and beset with serious difficulties Even Colory Trash 3 00 to 650 At present the interest H50977097 Trustees of said school district an He fnhnits the evil of the negros then the questions were brewing that liearing tion Common Lugs not colorv 350 to 500 this election twenty days notice shad be debt is about 750000000 and 1861 and precipitated up- Â¬ presence and the desirability of getting culminated in given by printed advertisements in the Colory Lugs 600 to 9 00 the interest charge aliout 3500000 The Climax and Richmond Register and all ril of him but thinks deportation im on the country the most terrific civil war saving in interest from debt paid Common Leaf I700 to 550 women who are not married and who are Yet the pnicticahle The only thing impracticable recorded in the worlds history Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 16 00 is evident into pensions so that there is twenty one years of age and who own about it is to excite ami amuse the opin- Â¬ manly courtesy and the persuasive elo- Â¬ to Ik- no relief from Good o Fine Fillers 16 00 toJ2oo property in this school district shall be war burdens If any of the Uni Â¬ quence of the commissioners prevailed ion ami will of the white men Select Wrappery Tobacco 2 2 to 2S 00 entitled to vote and if a majority of 11 one cherishes the lielief that the new e in favor of this tax then the ted States Before the days of ptopul and the discontent and excitement in laws are of trifling importance for pro i lons of this act shall be carried by her sister State XX000 Kentucky allayed siir hy steam ainl electricity the reason that the large expenditure they LIVE STOCK MASEET EEPOST Section Seven It is understood that Hebrews wen- deported from Egypt granting her wishes is to last only a few years he 1 the object cf this act is to give to the cit- By GREENE A EMBRY Col Smith was married July Ifitn authorize Many million Moors were deported from will perhaps change his mind when he Li e Stock Commission Merchants at Clnclo izens of said school district a better school Spain the Jews were at different periods soon after his retirement from tie army learns from the report of building or buildings and this act is not to uall Union Stork Yards and Covluatou the commissionand Spain The to Man Ehsa L Clay a daughter of ieii deported from Knland in any way interfere with the common stock Yards er of pensions ttiat there are still 17 new school law now applicable to said school Gotha Visiiroths the Huns and Vandals Green Clay a prominent man in the ear- sona drawing pensions on account of the Cincinnati Ohio June 21890 district but only work in connection with deprted themselves from their northern ly history of Kentucky He has descend the same SHIPPING CATTLE ants still in Kentucky worthy represent- Â¬ revolutionary war which ended nearly country and overran the Roman Empire W T COX pro tem 110 years ago and that there are 11593 Good to Extra 350 yean ago a few hundred white men atives of their worthy ancestor 60 4 5oa 4 Speaker House of Keprescntatn pensioners of the war of 1815 If our past frartoGood 4 4o Col Smith was a prominent and zeal- Â¬ 4D lamled from Europe on the eastern shore D -Common and Rough r 0 of America they now munlier i0000000 ous Mason and took an active interest experience teaches anything we shail Good to Extra Oxen ate obrt 4 t 4 still lie paying millions for pensions in far Fair to Good Oxen Approved May e have overspread the continent and in the welfareof the order He was elect ed 3 6oft 3 go By the Governor S B BCCKNER 22 have driven out and almost exterminated Grand Master of Kentucky in lSi l a oil 1875 There is something very mag Common and Rough 00 Geo M nificent doubtless iu the amount we are BCTCHER CATTLE of tied men whopohl distinguished honor which hitherto had many millions Secretary of S inferred in this State only upon giving the survivors of tin tjBQQJBQB pa- Good to Extra the country and were netee and warlike 4And it will be sci that by section six gxg j jam tanes The foreign born white population of the Bibb Joseph Hamilton Da triots who alter four years ot desperate Fair to Good smsbbj m lawfighting overcame the 100000 Confcder- - Extra Fat Steers oQ 7 ft the negros n who are rVuuiasi United states to day and Henry Clay Fair to Good Steers 3 8tjd This bounteous stream of Jonrniit er one million within 20 yean Good to Extra Cows wn P ict are aulhor- gratuity brings cheer and ease to Fair to Good Cows ft bate ai crossed the Atlantic lees hajipy homes Common Cows In 1888 ti shi 1ti1it brought a white man had taken ACCOMPANIED THE BILL li are Rough Cows and Oxen 1 annual value of each pension was 25 75 away a negro the problem would have BULLS an amount of cash sufficient to relieve If a public sentiment ularly enough Senator Carlisle Best Shipping to act a the average recipient from the n used among the white Best over to the Senate almost at the working for ie day and prior to a living All through the Fair Bologna Congress would pay any ship owner who same moment when the tariff bill does Bologna North West and Korthu money Fair to Good Feeders carry the negro away some office admiration of comes and In in a Ixmnteous and gladdening Common and Thin for all under 0 years of age in ten at services and of his pre ituinent FEEDERS AND STOCKERS or fifteen years the thing would lie done abilities have waived formality and paired stream winning votes and support for the party that opens the treasury gates for its Good Extra Steers Tln very presence of the negro is a cause open a finance outflow Put are the other homes made Fair to Good Steers 4 nd the commit of deniontl izit ion to the whites e successor of his lamcted happy by it Are the taxpayers of the Good to Extra Heifers Ih- leas than half of the reve onld Common and Thin Stockers 2 This is the second timethat country prospering in spite of the drain nue from whisky and tobacco and but a any man h COWS ANDCALV honored in that re- t toeti upon their resources cans r pen- - Best Grades smell fraction over half cf the revenue lt is thought that Mr Carlisle will m posed 30 o it is a mauer wort n Fair to Good sugar alone iy pun tiate a sidering There are s Common 10 ix r is one al Calves then cth the Dr Talmage J both parties Fair to Good tempt Common and Heavy i in a railroad long enough to make barel y be k HOGS Butchers t 053 3 w -i Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Li Light Pig 3 He Practiced Law and Went To Ceagress Between the Wars of His Time o 400 J OS t 5 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m r L lr Â¬ Â¬ W r- Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Public Notice Â¬ Â¬ i ni v Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- weil-sns-- a Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 18-4-- FJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sit4 - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ -- 1 -- Â¬ i Bf W rrfanrtfa- - jfi wf -- t fjj - V ff MYSTERIOUS NATURE Borne THREE GOOD VOLUME III Journaliatlo Pecos County to arrange to be your agent there and to take subscriptions includ in premiums and I want to know didnt you get no letter from me or are you Just a lot of damned fools Loth Primus Tucker and I spoke We said Colonel pardon us we are busy we thought that you were some body else Come out with us and take something while we arrange our busi- Â¬ ness Now it was not always a scare like that which I got sometimes the really injured party called When I wrote of our most prominent desperado as hav- Â¬ ing recently had a parenthesis of soÂ¬ briety he called early He called early and stayed long When he left the forms were pled there were several bullet holes in the pine dry goods box that I used as an escritoire the lye ink and paste were scattered around In a way that would have destroyed our In- Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1890 DEVICES Home Made Appliance That Every Farmer Should Have We show this week cats of somo of the devices seen at tho farm of Isaac Son Hicks They are not exact re-Â¬ productions but are as nearly such as our artist could draw from imperfect de- Â¬ iiiI TREE TRAINING Methods of Making the Crooked Grow I 250 shoe a A e W f l--j- T f 1 NUMBER 51 IX OTHEB DAYS Knox Relates Some feu Experiences nomena of Somnambulist i A Servant Girl Who Spoke Greek and Latin While Asleep Imitating a Violin In Drnnu- Singular Freak of Memory la the Land of Nod Woll Authentlcated Phe- Â¬ Straight apologies a Week at the Start An Editorial Tliat Wh Katen by Re- Â¬ quest Why Kdox Mow LIth East - yeterdav and as I looked at the poor toiling editors sitting up there in that tenth story room wearing out their brains in efforts to Â¬ newspaper WAS in a New York office As a rule sleeping persona can bo magnetized with more ease and success than if they were awake but it Is not necessary to believe all the extravagant miracles which are claimed as the re-Â¬ sult of tho exercise of animal magnet Ism A good many of tho phenomena of somnambulism are explainable by mem- Â¬ scriptions without seeing tho implements and are sufficiently sccurato to show tho principles of construction These are all home made Fig 1 repre sents what is called a tow cart It consists simply of two broad tired wheels and an axlc troo to which a Â¬ Â¬ -- v 5 opinion I thought what eventful lives are theirs and what little fun they have compared to whapl used to enjoy out in the breezy West in that time long gone when I tried to work off a mortgage on a weekly news- fr- IP mould public grain carpet but fortunately f smp r - we w a When I started on my erratic editorial sareer I didnt know a proof sheet from a Itoovolopus nor a iordon press from a horned Jimpliciite Hut I had great faith in my ability to do almost every- Â¬ thing from riding a bucking broncho to writing an Mawy on The Origin of I Man ias indeed quite popular with myself I had rlso some success in persuading other people to trust in me M you may well suppose when I tell you that ufrcr I had run the paper for tbree year the man who had the lien on the cunri rn said that I was one of the most promising youthlets he had ever met and that if I lived longenough be thought I would be able eventually about a foot to lift the I met Masses usual success was going the other way What I wanted was rnoeess that was going my way and that I could overtake However an getting off the track To pes What I wanti d to tf 11 you was about the difference between the life of the New York journalist and that of the frontier newspaper man The New York journalist sleeps in TJarlom or New Jersey and lunches at the Assoc House or some such restau rant where he climbs upon a high stool eats clams and floods his inner works with slate colored coffee If he buys stimulants or cigars he is usually asked to pay for them himself This is an outrage unknown to the newspaper man In the West There Is no Old Sub- Â¬ scriber to come into his office with the perfume of the new mown hay hang ing around him still and pour a bushel of prize apples o jt at the foot of the editorial tripod Xo candidate for Con- Â¬ stable or Pound master to rush into his ssnetum and plcasantl interrupt his toil by planting a demijohn on his blot ting pad Neither ir there anyone who feels It his duty to come in accompanied by a gun and vary the monotony of his daily labors When I started my paper ont in Texas 1 had associated with me a partner who to this is that on the following weeks after the fir t J1e issues of the paper I had Is make an average of six abject spologV s a v The first week I received the follow- Â¬ -1 Â¬ Â¬ There is an authenticated asc of s distinguished musician who once dreamed that he was listening tJ a re-Â¬ markable piece of musio performed by didnt some singers He remembered tho melody on awakening and was so do ighted with it that he wrote it dov a Several years afterward as ho was turning over some old sheets of music that ho had never Been before as ho thought he came upon the very melody ory Â¬ FlO 1 aai trP tkM TSii rfmmrmmm- tsWssL 73U I WAS 8ITTIXU BEIIIXD A ROCK Mcss You kaosr ne and my capabilities Do you think would I be justifi d in i running for xis Legislature In p for Yours loiix i Bnaassrs ad of answering the man by mail I feeling in a facetious mood published lis letter and under it the following reply Y be justified in running for the if you foe that yon Lave sol ugh to tench in the public srhools or if you lack the physic trndle a hoe but we EROTIC FICTIONISTS doubt whether eves these circumstances would ju ify iie set There are poor Female Writer Wio Tut Their Talents Intns in the State and to Imatltfictory Ise tssbeeUes tnl nr the advantage of their The incarceration in an insane asylum red for chanty of an unfortunate woman novelist the Two da s afterwards I received s let- Â¬ other day was rather suggestive Last ter from Mr John P Simmons laconi- year 1 took a lot of books of the female calstatiriT that be would le on band novelist of erotic fiction into the coun- Â¬ the next asorataaj at 10 oclock on try with me and read them all through which oorcakm it was his purpose to fill in a week It gavo me literary dysfull of hoU s the man who answered his pepsia but more than that it filled my letter Mv partrer aided and abetted mind with the sentiment of amazement by the whole force of the composing that women of so much personal purity of character as most of these feminine room pre and business office which con listed of a man by the name novelists are could sink to such a depth of Primus Tucker anticipating the of absolute smut and indecency in tho books which they put upon the market The reason for the sale of all their works was to lie found in the dirt and obscenity of the morals of their hero- and anyliody rpading them could not have pic1 ured their writers as any thing less than lemininc monsfrs Yet I had a slight acquaintance with four or five of these appaeeatly pasaion tossed creatures and tnere was nothing about them which led KM to suspect that they were not women of the conventional pattern imbued with a rather strong liking lor romance It is certain that none of tbe women novelists are credited by common report with resembling the dissolute heroines whom they place be- Â¬ fore Km public with so much love and fervor One of the most violent of them m AbmbbbVN L has gone to an insane asylum Perhaps this will prove a warning to the rest They are geoo bright industrious and Dl Yuf GET MV LLTTEH cleverwomen and they liould stop putting their talents to such unworthy uses event made on artistic arrangement Perhaps the insane asylum can hold out sround my desk of guns knives scythes a terror for them theuch the ridicule of weapons At the the critics Aid not nrookrn Eairle snd other aw sppointed ttass a tall and wild looking A Canny Scotchman man appeared a the door and without Lord Tnsticc Clark Hraxfiehl of Scotentering said land was s man of few words and strong Did M git my letter sec to business habits In courting his Xo one answered as no one wished ond wife his procedure was entirely acknowledge the receipt of the letter illustrative of the peculiarities of his and by so eoing lie tr fore lunch Calling on tho laly said to I said Id character I sav dont you know that her without preliminary remarks be bet Lizzie I am looking out for a wife I you just tho person that away at an article on The and tnought I worktJ would suit mc Let mo have your an- Â¬ nof Europealthough swer Yes or No tho morn snd nse Eel had come My ir citing the pied type mair about it tho next day replied In tbe partner Tho lady from tbe Ik ii- - - in a crucible from affirmative which every V cdnesdsj we made our repented his precipitancy f ullets and Primus forPerhapsa he weekly carpi when butler gave warning on act bis desk in Ticker pro- Â¬ Uraxflelds statepent of our count of Mrs judge repliedscolding making pensities the we lsd no as Lord mon yevo little to complain said the man at o ye may be thankful yere no married you all dumb Are N Y Ledger the door to her No or IlrMOn Knonirh tor with whom Primus Can you love mo a little Ethel partner- Is went into No Mr Arden tbe statement that at shii Not tbe least littlo bit in tbe ied behind a barrel of world s we only used two Certainly not sir IS I never consid- Then I must bid you an everlasting o vindicate myself on ing letter te ansr I- I have one Yes when he left there was nothing- but chaos and bullet marks to show where he had been The office was empty and I was sitting behind a rock three miles up the gulch Vut those were pleasant times snd there was always something to vary the monotony If it wasnt a shot in the leg for calling my contemporary the subsidized organ of a political clique Ylndex or it was Old Subscriber Taxpayer coming to subsidhse ns to announce him for county judge by pre Â¬ senting us with a leg of veal Yes in- Â¬ deed there is no comparison between the fun the Western editor has and what the monotony is that the treadmill editor of New York suffers from Wish I was back there now hunting jaek rabbits getting into difficulties with the Legislature and trying to get Mose Schaumberg to give me an over- Â¬ coat and take payment in an advertise- Â¬ ment Of course there were some un- Â¬ pleasant quandaries one got Into occa- Â¬ sionally for instance when a desperado came in and oleaned out the office 1 have often lieen in quite a dilemma as to whether I should denounce his a t in the next paper and as a result retlro to an early grave or whether I should say nothing and lo accused by the com- Â¬ munity of taking water But anjhow those were good old days and I would have been there yet if it hadnt been that in my enthusiasm I once referred to our sheriff as a man I with a nose like a scarlet runner said more tlian that It was quite an article and he eamo in next day full of revenge whisky and potted ham and with his bowic he cut o the article three quarters of a column of long primer tvpe and told me to eat it he did And I ate it Thats the reason I came East I never rjnild bear to stay In a commu nity where I had to eat my own words Hut didnt we have fun anyhow in that hilarious Western past J Annoy Knox in New Yrrk World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ho had dreamed He could not remem Â¬ ber that he had ever soen or hiird this melody except in bis dream and yet it is beyond doubt that he had heard it that he had forgotten It and that it had been reproduced in his dreanr in tho manner recorded Coleridge tells of a maid servant who in the delirium of fever repealed long passages in Latin Greek and Hebrew languages which she neither unc erstood nor could pronounce when in health but which 6be had heard her former master often reading aloud An even more remarkable cast is men- Â¬ tioned by Dr Mayo This was of a girl who knowing absolutely nothing of as- Â¬ tronomy and mathematics orce in a somnambulic state wrote down tho pages of an astronomical treatise with calculations and delineations It was found that this was taken from tho En- Â¬ cyclopedia Hriuannica which she said she had read in the library Bat when awake she could not recall a wod of it Iu Prel mentions tne ease of a girl who occupied a room divided only by a thin partition from that of u violin player who used to play often during half the night This girl after somo months got another place and after she had been there for some tvo years sounds began to ho heard coming from her room exactly like those of a violin This went on for hours and with reg- Â¬ ular intervals lasted for two ycar3 Then tho girl began to reproduce tho tones of a piano winch wai played in the family and afterward lgan to disÂ¬ course in her sleep in a learned and sarcastic manner on religious subjects In every case she was reproducing in sleep what she had heard said or played by members of the family or visitors There is another case men ioned by another writer Oe ISolsmont A widow was sued for a dobt of her deceased hus- Â¬ band which she knew was paid but sho could not find tho receipt Goatly disturbed she went to bed anl dreamed that her husband came to her and said that the receipt was in a red relvet bag in a hidden drawer in his desk This she found on wakin r t y be the case Of course she had known of the hiding place before but had forgotten A basket maker named Mohk ol sorvod by Varnhagen once heard a ser- Â¬ mon which greatly impressed hii The following night N rotup and walked in his sleep r ooatin r word for word the discourehe had heard He continued to do this at intervals for forty years although on waking he knew nothing of what be had done The Trench Dr Puysegur testifies to a patient he had who when four years old had suffered injury to the- head with a consequent surgical operation which so destroyed the memory that be could not recollect a thing which happened an Ye1 in sonam Hilism this hour before patient recollected every thing exactly could descrilc the operation which he had undergone and predicted that ho should never recover his waung mem- Â¬ ory as indod proved to be the case The physiologist Uurdacb was told one morning that his wife had lieen seen tbe night before walking on the roof He took the opportunity of tho church at her next sleep to question her when she gave a full account of bj r proceed- Â¬ ings and mentioned haivng hurt her foot bv a nail on tho rcof Winn awakened sho was asked about tho wound in her foot but she could givo no explanation This appears to have boon an ordinary case of 6leep wulking not of magnetic sleep Snake and Dog Flgtit The Rangoon Times says A terrier dog owned by a native gentl man resid- Â¬ ing in Dunnedaw while running about the compound was darted al by a largo cobra snake which however missed its aim when tho dog took his chance and went for the snake succeeding in getting hold of it by the hoxt at once running off home with it putting tho occupants of the house into a terrible fright The dog then commenced shaking the snake during which oper- Â¬ ation it release its hold only to get a second grip at it but this time it un- Â¬ Â¬ tongue is fastened solidly and a seat for tbe driver and is used for a variety of purposes Tig J shows tho structure of a silago cart It is about sixteen or eighteen feet long the axle treo is six feet long and on the under side are bolted close to the wheels two strong bed pieces approaching eah other to a distance of perhaps a foot apart at the front end Hoards are nailed across these each alternate one coming out flush with tho bod pieces the others projecting somo A ladder behind to hold the distance load place completes the rack Two small broad tired wheels rro used When needed for use the narrow end of the rack is chained under the tow cart which has high wheels giving tho appearance of a wagon with tho front and hind wheels changed about The rack is but a foot above tho ground and the alternate short board3 allow a person to walk close to the center of the load to deposit his armful of corn or other fodder This renders the handling of heavy silage corn a comparative Â¬ ly easy matter In unloading the wagon is driven alongside the cutter and tbe unloading is easily ac- Â¬ complished There aro many purposes Â¬ Â¬ Many fruit trees as they come from the nursery havo crooked trunks and if these arc not made straight they are liable to grow into deformed trees Tho proper time for doing this work is when the trees have leen trans- Â¬ planted but it u too often neglected yet crooked trees not more than two inches in diameter set in the orchard may be greatly improved If the trunk simply leans to one side in a gradual curve drive a strong stake into tho ground aliout twenty inches from tho tree connect tho top of this with tho tree near the branches drawing tho tree so that it will occupy an upright losition as indicated by the dotted in figure shown A band of lines wiro leather or cloth can be used but the place where it comes in contact with the tree should lie padded with cloth or a twist of hay to prevent injury to the bark When a bad crook occurs along the trunk as shown in the middle figure instead of using two stakes simply follow tho plan shown at the left hand figure A strip of seasoned wood about one inch square or largo enough not to bend readily and long This new and excellent and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES is equal to any sf0 shoe It grows more ag fan EVERYBODY LIKES FOE MEN ATO WOMEU IT THAT TRIES II ft EVEEY PAIR GUARANTEED THE 1 NEWEST HATS Ms HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make THEE TKAIXINO A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion aye enough to span the crook is laid on a few thicknesses of cloth where it touches tho tree the crooked portion is then pressed up close to the stick and retained in positiem by a leather band One seasons growh is usually sufficient to correct any of tho irregularities named ami then tho guide may bo wholly removed Remember all these corrections of malformations will add to the trees beauty as long as it stands in many cases for several generations Rural JCew Yorker THE money by calling on 30- - OLIVER PLOWS -- W A POWELL i y i iaj ay iKM Te - -- - - -- 1 HORSES ENEMY J e Â¬ fortunately caught it Im low the hood thus giving the snake a chaice to givo it a bite on the lower lip This so infuriated the dog that it tightened its grip and severed the snake ia two Tho snakes bite however did its work for the brave little dog frothed from tho mouth and died in a few minutes A Â¬ LITTLE REMINDER Â¬ It Amounted to Two Fiftctn and TV as Promptly lald Yesterday a gerrleman who has for years bought his morning paper at a news dopot en- Â¬ W odward avenue tered tho store says the Itrott Trib- Â¬ une The proprietor bos des selling papers and books has a candy and pea Â¬ nut counter Good morning Mr B Good morning Mr L i 1 Â¬ v- I etor remarked By the way Mr L bill against you A bill against me mistake I think not Let me see Tho paper was handed iim snd ho was about to depart when tho propri- Â¬ 1 hare a littlo That murt be a The bill was handed to him lor peanuts Si15 it read How Is this blustered tho gentle- it Â¬ rer sayin I was la as he ad to the room v think you might at ason why you Well why I cant love me a as so quiet you could irds love you s Tery grest Honors Joke t case int man Well sir every mornlnj in tho last four years you have taken wo peanuts That would when you left tho store be twelve peanuts a week not counting in Sunday when your piper is de l at your bouse 034 peanuis in a year and J4IC peanuts in fur years I hare figured there are 57 icanuts in a pint Fifty SOton into 2 4S5 goes about 43 times Multiplying by r cents tho price of peanuts per pint I make tho total W1Y Are my figure rrraasf The gentleman was so dazed that ho paid the bill without a worl Ofllee Scekera In Fiance asked the ana -- oner as arrested for ogling said the rhed so up- ige was yery I In trance there aro upwirds of 20000 n tho ants for 300 va the department of tho public i Worms And How to Remove Them Some tioml Hints VH 2 Of all enemies tf the horse worms apfor which such a wagon might be used pear to be the most frequent and formidabout a farm in moving heavy materials able Tho most favorable condition for which can b loaded on a high wagon their increase and injury to tho animal only with difficulty Tho whole rig i where tho mucous membrane of the can lo constructed by any one having horses intestines is m a morbid condiordinary mechanical ingenuity The tion This must he corrected before Messrs Hicks have a large silo built of any permanent advantage can bo de brick in the form of a round cistern rived from treat nt of worms Many sixteen feet deep but they do not use it preparations expel worms but this a tin milkman to whom they sell their physical imperfection continued more milk refuses to purchase it if they feed of these pests will seon be developed silage and the animals condition worso than Fig 3 represents a cart for spreading before liquid manure not such a Willi a view to correcting the unÂ¬ as is now in use but nor like one that would bo healthy condition above alluded to see made were another required Tho one that the animals tcK lh aro tn good now in uso consist of throe casks of the order attending in tho colts case sizo of ordinary oil barrels but a preespecialy to the unshed crowns of tho ferable device like tbe one illustrated Place salt whero it may grinders consists of only one holding from 150 to be had when wanted by tho ani300 gallons As hovn the cask is mal feed only good sound hay mounted on a frame work of sufucient and roots and let exercise and grooming strength to sustain the weight this be- be regularly attended to Regin internal ing supported by an axle tree and treatment by giving a purgative dose wheels far enough apart to allow the of raw linscod oil- - say one quart be cask to rest between Ihfilll The cask fore breakfast a bran mash having been has an opening at the top not shown given the night before After the oil in the cut for pumping tho liquid in had ceased acting legin giving a pow eler containing dried sulphate of iron two drams powdered barlwidoes aloes one half scruple povdored gentian four drams this powder to be mixed with tho feed and its use continued until the animal is in a satisfactory condition If the powder induces constipatieui it must bo corrected by feeding mashes roots or other laxative food After continuing tho foregoing treat- Â¬ ment for a few weeks it may bo well to give a half ounro or an ounce of pow- Â¬ rm a dered santonlne This should be given and at the bottom an opening closed mixed with a pint of linseed oil and be- Â¬ With an occasional with a valve controlled by tho driver fore breakfast which allows the liquid to escape into repetition of the santonlne- - tho tonic a piio an ordinary pump log was powders being continued euro is but S Indeed the santonino used which condu ts it to a V shaped mattor of time trough perforated numerous treatment may be dispensed with alto- Â¬ with small holes through which it is spread gether as when tne horsi is put In a Farm and Homo healthy condition as the cart i3 driven ever tho field Hero the tow cart is aTain brought HORTICULTURAL NOTES Into uso tho manure sprinkler being chained to tho under Ride of the axle Tin city mouth is open for those tree in a manner similar to tho silago and whoever fills it The liejtiid manure is collected in early vegetable cart a large cistern to which it is conducted first will get the most money Do not cramp tho roots of tree or from the stables through a cement gut- Â¬ ter From this it is pumped into tho plants when re plaatang Dig a hole cart without any incxmvt aioateo The big enough to receive the reiots in their odor is perhaps not quite so agreeable natural shape DaWllnJIHUl wormy fruit that drops is as that of the cttar of roses but tho whole of the work can be done without a gtxxl thing but it is only part of tho soiling the hand- - or the clothing Mr warfare that must be waged against Hicks told of one of his neighbors who insect enemies Now comes a writer who says that convinced of thevalnoof liquid manure had utilized s cart for spreading it dip- Â¬ watermelons vould not lo good in win- Â¬ ping It up with pails and allowing It ter Karat mini thoy will never be to trickle out from the raised end board plenty at Christmas after the field was reached He regard It makos littlo difference what kind ed such a dirty job as this sufficient cf fruit we grow so that we grow good on tho part of a hired fruit though It is a fact that tho applo causo for a strike man The large cistern had been emp Â¬ serves the most purposes tied but a few days before cur visit tbe Ctrl a holo in a potato and insert a liquid being spread upon the meadow flower bud that you desire to preserve Ktefca considers this tho and there will bo moisture enough to land Mr most valuable part of tho manure and do it some one says The idea looks if ho wore to build another cistern he feasible would build a much larger one Rural It is trying to a treo when it is re-Â¬ New Yorker moved from the ground and if no care Scraping On tho Hark of Old Prut Trees is taken to protect it at tho roots whilo A correspondent writes from West it is out w e ought not to bo surprised at field 111 of tho moons he has had in our failure to make it grow A WlUiaa practically rejoices in tho renowing the growth of his old fruit trees by scraping off all tho old bark fact that some fruit growers grow poor from their trunks from the lranchos frui as that prevents the market from overloaded Ita good fruit That He went to work Juno to tie ground 21 1080 and scraped the bark from his man has a great head on his shoulders I pear and apple trees which We see a steel trap recommended to ot growing thriftily did not disin the fruit treo tocntch thieving til at all The birds If a greater blunder can bo mado the green living Ioen that they m d a new than killing bird ecauso they eat a D havo prod need fine crops of little friit wo do not s o how it can bo and ho did not lose a single tree v tho process We know that a liiAWAir is not going to havo any plan to this has l een employed We -- evor know Dela- Â¬ tes again n xtent in France to renow ware when she expected any poaches elm trees and to destroy Still she generally pake out to pro Â¬ the life cf the egg- of insects which ere lodged duce about at many as sho can hold in- Â¬ Farm and Fireside in the eld bar1 side of bor Httle relf Queer Lotc Ho Makes Matrimony Pay You charge threo Stranger What A marriage broker is doln an excel- Â¬ carrying my valise to tho dollars for lmsiimss in BaehaMt Russia Any station Why 1 can hire a cab for all lent coming to llachrout is guro to o ldy that nioncv man at his hotel with the Boy Yes of course a cab driver can met by this Sir do yon want to marry He has a cab bvt Ive inquiry do it cheaper an album marriage broker got to carry it on foot Texas Sittings Tho of photographa of cairns of both people full v ho would not mind getting mar A Startling noa mtjlance On eav h photograph may Ik- found She That is a painting of my grand- Â¬ details concerning the social and finan- Â¬ Foxglove quite reoeaUy mother Mr cial standing of tho person pictured done On his arrivil at Ilachmut tha broker He Why what a startling resem visited every house of interest to him in You look al blance Ml his special Lne and was kindly received to be twin sisters enotigh alike everywhere Thoro arc already many Harpers Bazar happy brides and grooms in tho city to At Cie 1 ir it- r whom ho points with prido n his eoa f you tomors 1achmut is especially favorahlo Mrs for operations of this nature it is iid men attac ontaiis maay girls of good looka Mr Shr out and fair fortune Mrs Sharp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y A JHJS um Bagaa j A Ckemaolt HUT VATKR Garnet I NEW GROCERIES B-v- H 84 SEhB -- - L TTTTTTWa U tfsaaaaaSI LOW PRICES Hby aaW CAREFUL ATTENTION nt KiffL JfcaaaaW rISiaSaaai r w f AND THE BEST GOODS Â¬ Tiie Markets Afford u Â¬ ets B 4aaaaHFl s lor wo k a Iriil All we Â¬ ill Â¬ If - Come Again We have the goods and ll You hiive tli want to make i tnule when beta parties are willing aH aaaaaaBt Ss -- F-OH SHACKELFORD Hardware Tinware wooaenware AND WAGON SALE 33 Y GENTRY OK- - JKJSHagan INSURANCE BURNAM The DKAIEHS IN ALL KINDS House FmisliiM Goods HUME BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds M Â¬ I ANTER CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ JESSE COBB PEAVINE Jr 1 1 Oliwt and Strongest iimjricaa cempaniw NOiCTlI AMERICA SPRINUFIKLD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA Witi make the kpi oi of 90 at M This Fine Saddle Stallion Willi make the A lhelp s Harp II miles frmn Hieh snood season of i8jo at the Fair Grounds tlif Jiteks Cret k plfco at TO IN IKK A LIVING COLT Richmond Ky at IftaOM iliic when eoH is foaled or mare N f IKRCHA ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bank BURNAM I Tohaem Lin a and Milling pro arf lrt aaati aaraaaai ia at the HUME our try S15 TO INSURE 1 I COLT 1HI ti it 1st Â¬ lrk 1 1 - ol Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that pesitivrly cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar antced If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ 3rd dam b hands high Knst by Ned Fores JESSE COBB is 15 ctu tnut color 4 years old weighs clo c to Crockett 4ili dmi hv 1niveler IEAVIXE Jk is a beautiful bay 200 pounds fine action and is a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st 16 bands high heavy mane and tail dam bv Tuttlc hoie he by Estill Eric 4 j ears old good style Mid line aetion sire of dam of Georgette 219 and Bell 44 M 8 A D M PHELPS Vara 238 Second dam I m j by Young Dav Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip ill dam by Traveller All care will be taken to prevent accinot be reaponaj dents 01 escape- - lut ble should any occur Lisa reserved on the colt for the icnric PKAVINE Jk dam by Holivur Ill is hy Old Peavine Jud dim Jalippu tt tt ultieo store A II THE FINEST R It is OX EARTH Fine Carriages Dayton Tlie Cincinnati Hamilton the only line running Pull mans Perftcted Safety Veatil Train wiih Chair Parlor -and Dining Car se vicc between Cin- Â¬ cinnati Iiiliauapolis and Chicago and is the Only Line running Throug lining Chair iitusti r betwt Keokuk aod 8prinajSeW Illinois 40 OUtUS I CtLYIftfcOH NEW BUGGIES NEW PHiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES And the Only Direct Line Canada Tbe road ia one of tbe oldest in the enter- State of Ohio and ti innali over twenty live Mil of double track and from its past record oar more than assure its patrons speed comfort and safety Tickets on sale everywhere and see that they read CHAD either in or otit of Cincinn ti Idiai Toledo Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima Toledo Detroit tbe Lake Regions and FOR SALE to SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 10 foot alley Orchard Street pew QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE c rooms lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue cU all well finished STOCKTON BROOKS TWO FRAME DWELLINGS elegant aw DR RBCE Fcr 15 years at -- 7 Court Place 82MarketStnWT AlvuA t - Â¬ rntr SMniailukknsk CKONIC and SEXUJL B13-EASES Spermatorrhea wid Inpoteuey uUsnnl tariasM ii drras InQ v viLb m Third and Fourth riioeMas si4 kPlrjasM rJ 1 My vehicle are all new and o tbe They are f sale Mocraat or as a whole on very latest patterns 40x150 on tbe most reasonable terms It you Fifth Street want a vehicle come and THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS you wont g home without see me and one on Walnut Street Powells aJJition 5- JOHN DON ELSOX feet each 50x160 aS For prices on anv of the above S- E W W1GG1 inquire of I M CHEN J J BKO General Passenger aud Ticket rtaarst 42 il Thru Busabi feet BUILDING LOTS xixosc3kioiri COAL CO I have porcliased the property of the Company and will keep on band all of the best varieties of In sw- - BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY BROCKS fc CHENAULT lJimir of of Idra IOM of II MMi aSMIIS v h act Four thousand for th Hotel dc Ville j pplietl ova at tho how to give Itvi turn for good care u on the farta Give the hog the you know that thero never horse complains tired out farm The hr Lorso put In statuary worked Earner seldom baa a torn Tiie tired out frvrm Guaranteed in all undertaken Curoa 1 was riif fcr n by Mail f Wlwl cr mj trT r- - Wliea HittitaM c tli fee i- iThtrr 1 mil ptiTUttlf Co es was ratammlisii linn n-- R The Madison County Bible Society has at the drui store of Stockton Brooks in ond a Urge number of Bibles and BlCHMOND KKXTLCKY Testaments They effer them at extremely low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who Large lists of City and Country Prop- s through- - erty arc not able to buy county are r c that Commissi the poor of their cnitie arc supplied s lawj W L Real Esiate Brokers COAL The yard g to is easy of access iiati a cool will Persons CRUTCIL of both county eral pat 3lJ- - HI9 RIVAL HOW TO SIT A HORSlt Directions to Equestrienne Who Wish U Ride Easily and Grarrf illy William A McGibbon an txpert writ s as follows to say how a womtin should sit a horse the body should be balanced exactly in the middle of the saddle and far enough bvck to grasp the second pommel with the right knee comforably while the left one is just spanned by the thirci pom Â¬ mel or leaping horn The rider is now sitting ou that part of the animal which is the center of motion the head erect turning easily without involving the body eye look- Â¬ ing over the horses head in the direc- Â¬ tion he is going shoulders well thrown back so as to expand the chest taking care to keep them in line and not to raise one higher than th other the Bmall of the back slightly bent forward upper part of the arms bangÂ¬ ing straight down from the shoulders and held lorscly but close to the sides the forearm straight out from the wrists rounded inward and on u level with the elbows eieh hand hold- Â¬ ing a rein lingers closed knnoctoe to the front thumbs extended on the ends he of the reins and pointed acmes body hands held five or six inches apart according to the width of the hor es neck in front of the bod From th knee to the foot the right teg must be held close to the forelapof the saddle the heel raised and inclin- Â¬ ed backward a little The rgit side of the upper part of the right leg from the knee to the hip joint should be turned on its outer side and held close to the saddle and the inside of Hie up per part of the left leg should le in contact with the saddle The left knee should b placed just below the third pommel and the lower part of the leg should hang straight down from tin- knee and close to the sde flap of tin sidle the upper part of the legs only to leave the saddle at the rising Â¬ Â¬ - Madison County Fair - Association TENTH ANNlAL EXHIiilTION TO BE HELD AT Tha JtllPrt me jes left me sudden like Went with nn old time rival that I knew Yon should have seen the hummer 7lar1 strike The tiowinc Iron Sakes how the red sparks flew RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO I9 I89O - The following stakes and purtet WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH STAKES PURSES o added by 4 TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR 1890 200 350 400 500 500 700 thesmith his hammer tpon the forse The day that she wl wed I wulkeil with her and by her crave I prayed Tbat ini iiVnooii find there my marriage Not I 1 glume her laid bed TEAP LING STAKES best two To 3 00 OO To 4 cljs- 00 HLVTlsE STAKES For l ear 00 ociation mile heats To 233 class To iaj cla- 00 To 2j ciis- 1000 00 Five per o nipanv nomination f 7 o to accompany nomination June 1st ilv 15 and o additional I rates i loiteit f per cent additional to to sta t to be paid on day preceding race Mart lo be paid on day preceding race Fie to till and three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided per con to first 2 icr cent to second anl 15 per cent to third ess The rules of the National Trotting Hoisc Aaaaciati shall n all trials Anv horse disUuaCMsj the field or any pait af it shall be entitled i on all rao Entry Blanks furnished on application uev nnh all communications to FLKY IRVINE Iu idcnt MB ARBCCKLE Secretary KilllMoMi KKNTlCKY mile heal ace i car olils year olds three In five Yes rip yon road that Anion them plaea tad oa arounil the hill They carried her that day an soon art rival must Take me Till thru 1 work and welt I to will M wtiuls so white In diwt 00 Pittshurx Db saoh HE KINGS I GOLDFINCH IthoicJ Otic afternwn the rood went to take bis customary walk ir the roods of Ledre with his friend Eirl Kii in who iett very much alarm about the issBcerou easessUaa Cai irere daily multiplying themselves in the Kinys own palace lie rrgvd the King to coiidei SHEW means to j revent It and to send immvdiately away from his household any whom he suspected of beinj tretudierous or untrustworthy V they WOTS walking and tjilkins Qf OHACQUAnrTED MITCH VALUABLE I s WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAEW nfFORMATIOM TROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF 9Afim - this earnestly through the beautiful wood tley beard something sci eam ptteooelj in a tree It i oniy a littlo bird said KeU pin L iit L tz o Mmtmm mh - - v j r I said It does not sinpr it screams the Kiiv The poor thin is in trou lc Just said BeLrba Let it scream now we have more imixu tant affairs lo think of than of a little bird in a 1 tree The Kinjr H 4vL c xTr3iMrStlnfcH3HBdJV ant jest now the tree It is imossible to There TOt nothing more importis d ty i st said the Â¬ And he looked Of into peeena THE CHeGAGO ROCK -- ISLND PACIFIC RAILWAY J Including rr ir Kama s THE SHORT LINL TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast areSM of d lines branches and extensions East and West of tho Kansas points East lo allDavenport Dos North ani Northwest from ALBERT id Moines Chicago and via nt Lake Pipestone Worthtnruon Sioux Fails Wafr- Paul and intervening1 towiis and citias it is the In connection vrith lines from St Louis Cincinnati ern and Southern points converging1 at DQSmsttnaes the richest farminrr and RTazinp lands in the rnd economical system of citi 3 torno and cocticus in Kansas Col- FREE Reclining Chair Cars betweon Territorv well Hutchinson and Dodg City and Pullman and from Wichita and Hutchinson warmed Ladmc ail corrnrLor in splendor of equipment cool in summerfrom dust am trorr nottve in well ventilated and free -- MACNtFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS winter leave KaoeaJoseph dailv on arrival of trains from the East eant nuv Coacnes PuUmau Palace Sleepers and Sung through without change to d Pueblo making stoy onv at important in Col redo Superb Dining- Hotels at con nd fat Joseph furnish delicious meals i at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Qsu To V scide Green Mountain mps and cities sanitary j attractions of Colorado every modern Improvement nuns are comfort and luxurious enjoyment linal cities in Colorado In Union oloraclo Midland Union Pacific r diverging liues copies of the Western Trail i iiilortuauon address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN UHICAOU II 1 Oeal Ticket Pas Agent 0 it sits too hih hmw Reitrin In the Isle of Yitils I have lea ncd Vo climb a tree and I am not j old that I bare iorfeUen it But there are no branehis down below on the trunk argaed the EarL I am only Then yea m st lift me a small man not heavy to raise Hut if voi fall aadget killed t will be an eternal shame to have It said said that our Kinjr lost his life for tho t ake of a bird said Many have lost it tor the Kinr as he prepared to ciimb the tree So the stronjr square shoulders of the Karl helped to lift tin- - slender ajrilo King np the trunk and from thence he climbed and ventuivd himon the upperatoat branch Ho self came down safely with a little old finch It had ranght its little in his hand tog in a narrow crevire of the wood and could not fly away It shall be my adopted child said the Kinjr tenderly stroking the feathers and the playmate of my little son He took the bii d home and had a How beautiful cage made for it childish the King is said ono of his most faithful warriors who disa proved of his ghrtag any time or thought to so small a thing as a bird At the moment when war is at the door he finds time to save a littlo bird and takes care of it iiin self Does he not carelessly run into his own misfor tuin Meanwhile their desire for vensro- The death of Khoud nnce never slept He had discovered was decided ujion the Barrel of the conspirators and he had their destiny in his hands and ho They had secretly must soon die sworn his deat and by promises and tltrenteniag had bribed the two slaves who waited on the Kinds lw dchambor promising them liberty and greet wealth if they helped in the Kinds Â¬ iu1 said lrit The foot should be placed cvsnly in the stirrup as far as the ball the heal being held a little lower and jxiinteu toward the shoulders of the horse T te body should 1k pliant and accom pany the inurement of the horse AN INDIAN GHOST Tale STORY 1 A Kansas toepe 1rofessor Tells Weird A coliege professor who wa stop ping at a bouse near Harrington Ki was pwakened by a light in his room ot FOR MEN ONLY Lives of poor men off remind us Honest oil Jon I stand a chant The more we work we have behind us destruction tie day and white with terror he looked ou from his bed to see an Indian in full war paint but as ethereal as a Wraith standing before him beckoning He followed and was lead to the grand parlor on the BOOT beneath where In a circle with the beautiful paintings the upright piano the bKk esses and the porUera for the background atoot a group of ghastly warriors each will and solemn Stern countenance Silently they excavated a shallow grave in the parlor floor and brought one of their number a ghostly corpse and led him therein Then while the professor stood with hair erect and sta ing eyes they circle 1 about the grave or what appeared to be such and finally filed out through t e door There was a sdammingof window blinds a rattling of caseuents and a whirl o damp air an the profeaeOr stoo in the groat parlor with tin piano and books about hii He re turned to his room and tho next day taking a hint from his n experi once examined carefully the debris thrown out by the workmen eicavat ing the cellar He found unmistnkabb evidences that the height hal bee used as a burial ground by the Indiai tribes in the past The apoctral tonerai which he witnessed was the rejtetitior of one of their old burials I In Dangerous Jnarters We were all seated around the open Stove one night telling stories one nftei another Snc of the boys had been through wonderful experiences in which of course they came out eagre heroes I am inclined to think that some of them did not stick wholly to facts but they were interesting if wonderful There was Aimer Jackson with an impossible adventure with a black tear and Doll Young with a ridiculous tale George P Jones had about a madman told the biggest whopper of all thus far when Uncle Abner Smith rare old Ab ner said he would tell a little thing that happened while he was prospecting through a cotton region of Texas Tisnt much of a story he said but it ha itfaiaoaa ail vantage over a good man stories one hears nowadays its true In the summer of forty six I was stopping with my old friend Sabine in Case county Texas I had gone down there with boom thought of buying a planlationit I found things to suit My friends noma plantation beiduseJ on Caddo Like and as there were quite a number of good places or they won said to be good in that region for sale I concluded to prospect and Sabine went with me as companiiMi and guide One bright morning we started off toward Muddy Creek to look at a plantation there for sale We reached the dwelling of the master liefore noon and after an early lunch we set out on foot to explore Ry and by we struck the bank of a dark silent stream probably and being some B branch of the creek what tired we looked for a place where Ah I found a seat we could sit down seemingly arranged on purpose for us a huge log which we fancied a recent flood liad brought down from tlie tinilier and land d Lhera Tie bark was rough and uneven but as the wood beneath seemed pliable from age thi scat was very comfortable Wo tilled and lighted our pipes and then talked of the lay of the toad around us and its susceptibility to improve ment My pijie bothered me anil I op ened a blade of my locket knife and lifted and loosened the tobacco anil then when tlii pipe srwi clear I jabbed the point of t ic Mnfe Ida le beneath the edge of a section of the rough bark neai my seats I had given aatrong rigocou stab and was trying to lift a piece ol the bark when Heavens and earth the log on which we sat started as though lifted by the shock of an earthquake a id iu a moment it took a suilde shoot endwise for the water Whew You can fancy whether Sam Sabin we got up an got 01 not siruec a bee line for the first knoll and 1 am dose apuu bis bee la But are neednt have bee frightened- - The ah gator was a skeerr as we were and a eager to Bad a place of safety You see that jab of my knife had woke him out of a s urn 1 sleep and I doubt if he ever knew what bad liui him We rearheJ lh little hillock and turned just in time to see the aligator and as we plunge into the creek wended our way back to the house you nay believe that are made up our minds the pair of us that the next time we took a sent on the shore of Cass County Creek wed te kind o careful that we wereut deceive I by a sleeping alligator Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 HE A Kansas DIDNT UNDERSTAND A A VALUABLE ANIMAL tehenie Grangers Dishenrtenlns S jxriene with Cipher Dispatches To prevent mistakes in transmitting the grain and commission men have a well established cipher in which words that are not liable to te mistaken by the telegraph operator are used in place of tho quotation figures Some of the Kansas City firms use the cipher in corresponding with their customers and others do not as the general rule of customers are not familiar with the cipher A Kansas man was in Kansas City last year and made B large purchase of wheat of a targe commission house on a 4 per cent margin says the Star of that city He requested tho firm lo telegraph him the quotations next day and a clerk of tho firm was instructed 1 pies nt him with ii cipher key but neglected to do so The Kansas man now tolls the story of his speculation with great gusto The next morning ho received a out-of-to- EAGLE KILLS A DEER la Odd llnppenint on Tuin Lata Stream in the Adiromhicks 1 its when 1ho King was hunt- Â¬ ing with his men an oaken plank was iod ir the i eilinjr of the Kings bedchamber over his head and by some ingenious contrivance they had made it keep its place until some one could lower it down from the second story with a rope and let it fall The King could thus be crushed on the couch and the whole be thought a ter Â¬ FOUNDED A A LEADING FAMILY Bigger patches on our pants ii rible accident- The King returned at night late and vy 1 Sim I eroutd iln 1I1 ir trading at ilio Uacket Baigaia Money ihey viili ve euougti o bny a pair of new LOOK AT Work Shii S PRICES tiis 5 id t I land Th ami Ey B -- np cents uj cents up - for 5c up Is tents cents B cents 5 cents 5 cents t Knjrlisli Need Kails White Damm CSottoa Tw weary and went to bed sound asleep and probably never would have risen again had not the little bird by its screaming suddenly awato ned him He sat up in be and collecting his thoughts perceived immediately that he had forgotten that day to give t lie little malum srater and food and at evening was mj over come by fatigue that he had not Be prang from thought of it then ouch sayiag Oh thou poor little creature did I save thy life to tot thee perish With these words he poured water in- Â¬ to the little glass and put grain in the little cup Just then the plank fell from the ceiling with a tremendous noise and striking the bed crushed it flat to tho floor There was a great commotion to the palace yard the warriors awoke and seised their swords the frightened servants rushed in with torches shak Â¬ He soon was GirttTS lart ii I he lit tory of a Tcwc In a York county town ono of tin leading families is that of the nam o Walker and the story of its feunda lion would aTord lit material for a 10 mancist sava the Lewistou Journal It was over two hi ndied years ago an more when a young Brunswick lady oi wealth accompanied by her groom fa Hoped through on her way to Ios ton There were no railroads then and the stage or horseback vas the accepted means of lacotrotton Mis Purirton chose the latter As she went her saddle girth broke and no one could bo found to repair tie dam age except young Andrew Walker who kept a little harness shop in the vil- Â¬ lage He was desperately desperately handsome an 1 as bi mended the broken strap he at the same time broke our fair mails heart He too was stricken by the self same shaft from Cupids bow It was a cae of love at tirst sight The sequel was that he earned a home pressed his suit and won his bride and both fell asleep full of years and honor ISrohen Sa7dlÂ¬ Sloan killed an eagle over on Twin Lake Stream recently under rjreumstances tbat have excited a good deal of interest among the woodsmen corres- Â¬ t rites a North wooi N Y pondent Sloan was lo kng for a suitable spruce for shingles lie wee carrying his rifle he says on account of the possibility of seeing a rabbit or bear two sorts of game now in soa--o- n lies below the About two - flew North Lake road two Uu up from the brush before him very un- Â¬ expectedly and alighted in a tree not more than six rods away Sloan thought they were hawks but of such enormous size that he at once raised bis rifle and shot the largest one when the ether Hew off in a lumbering fash Â¬ ion and diapp sared Then Sloan looked at the bird and found that it was a real bald headed eagle with wings thai sprea a bit wider than he could span with his arms or perhaps 6J feet On exam Â¬ ining the brush where the birds were iist nen the body of a freshly killed awn born last spring was found It and had been killed by lt they had then eaten so much of it that apparently they were too tired to fly Eagles and far when alarmed iallv bald eagles are rarely son in ibis country while the oldest inhabi- Â¬ tant does net remember such aeirenm itanfee as a deer being killed by them 1 11 1 James WHAT THREE HOURS BROUCHT How Formality Wore OfT While a Yoiuijr Couple Took in Scenery in first Door Above farmers Bank X3LY their trembling hands The Kinr is killed is killed King Khoud cried ptoo th y is crushed to rFLIOlSIiiVLOirciD YAZOOt BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD RECORD 227 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Madison YAZOO ht lie asaaaa of iS at Silver Creek Kcnlucly at HKOKTT DOLLARS t reiiuh J TO INSURE cak A LIVING COL- T- duc if Yazoc is ty Sarsii Nutwood I i stands at 300 laai Mares Wept and tried cets a day rata fed if desired at reasonable rates Will laU eaeaaas lut will not he resiKnsille for either sire of Maud S 20S atd 26 more performers lierie when Hut there stood the Kinjj unhurt and smiling with the bird cage in his hand and he cried out to them Do nut fear my friends God has kept His hand over me When Earl Keigln heai d how everyÂ¬ thing had happen d how the planks had falkn and what had saved the Kin he stood long speechless Then fixing his tearful eyes on the King he said I shall never doubt a Divine Prov idenee Khoud smiling answered Then you can ee Keigin one should not scorn little folks Can n King save a bird Then the bird can also save the Kinc is foaled lortuais Kins and Oiumii King Carlos of Portugal who x3 aasaes oixtoCD Christian names whiie his younger brother answers to n than thirty is personally one of the uiost amiable of monarohs He is a handsome blonde young mail who earries himself with a milita y air and is credited by his persona friends with considerable decision 01 charac- Â¬ ter He is a devoted sport imn an accomplished musician speaks tongue ew and paints in water oolora to short he is a bit of a sava it like his relative the unlucky ex Em Dom Pedro The Queen is believed to be popular She is tall and hand some and was very eaiefully She does not share her husbands pas- Â¬ sion for music but is a student 0 history delights in mathematics tnil is n She speaks French clever sketches Portuguese Knglish and Germtn is aid to take a deep and intelligent interest in public affairs and to be ex-Â¬ ceedingly fond of her adopted country Â¬ Â¬ An exceedingly polite young gentle-Â¬ man handed a very pretty girl into the Capitol tho other da and while look- Â¬ ing for the keeper of the building to have the door leaaing to the dome un- Â¬ locked he was heard to address his Miss Alice says tho companion as Atlanta Constitution For three hours the couple remained leaning on tho parapet and talking of the scenery and other things As they were finally having the building the young man was heard to address the young lady as my own darling precious sweetheart It was thought probable that he had not wasted his opportunity Some A ore liuried Treasure buried treasure is being sought in A poor Brahmin Northwest Bengal at Monghyr p bs ssed an amulet which bad been in his family for gen erations and as he was almost starr Â¬ ing he took il to a goldsmith for sain The goldsmith broke it op to tost the and found in the hollow C a scrap of pap r covered with minute writing This being deciphered by a learned pundit the Brahmin learned that close by the shrine of Per Shah Nopal is a well dating back toMahom edan limes and at a ceilain distance from the well are hidden fourteen Â¬ Ilrtr for i Soldier says the Sprinpflpld Republican in its notice of the death of George II Boker his Dirge for a Soldier written for General Phillip Kear- Â¬ ney lias seized most firmly upon the popular memory Here it is CKe his eyes di work is done Â¬ Of all his work THE EMPERORS DAILY BREAD 20 TcndS ZcTLZZ of Vuha nd thir record 22A e af Vattairc Tcasr Portia llymei aam lecmd 235 Harold two mile record in 504 in Knjjland 2 111 la to Move foal mamSh of Lady I horn 21 3rd dam ly Koebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred C alvove jdigrcc show- - YaZOO to be bred Harold Iielmrnt Mambri lie and great grand sue are each illustrious siu s Volande and grand dam are illustrious malrons with a pacing thoroughbred foundation where cau you beat it mm Address us at Silver Creek Madisoa county Kv Chief bire while in foal and Yazoo 22yyi by in 230 list record 22014 and sire of llessimere and sire of Minnesota Record 227 Consuela trial 230V dam of Con oHi eur trial 230 ly lCambriaO aflitlj Â¬ ojn What to him is friend or fucman Ris of moon or sit of sun Hand of man or kiss of woman Ivy him low lav him low In t ne wtover or the snow AVhat cares he He cannot know Lay htm low As mai may ho fought the fight Proved the truth by his endeavor Ijet him fdeep in solemn niht Sleep forever and forvver Ijij him low lay him low In the clover or the snow What carts he He eannot know Lay him low fbB ill rointrys Btars stall iln ilrum and fire the volley I Wiia to him arc our wars What I11t death Iay him low lay Msa Issr In tbvrlm r or tbe aaow What carts he J lie cannot know him low In hi TS BURNAM CO t rupees Tho Rrahmin has He Insists on Much Variety anil Has a lakhs obtained Government sanction to exSecret Italian l ecipc The German Emperor is fond of va- cavate the ground a rich neighbor riety even in such small mat ers as furnishing the funds on condition of his daily bread Thus he takes for receiving a share of the treasure breakfast a small white loaf the top COMFORT CHANGES THEM of which is powdered over with salt and which accordingly goes by the flic 1hMosopher In Ajaln on name of salt bin After it lie conIlls Itotiml of Oiwervatlons sumes a half penny bun known as the It is an interesting fact which a lit- Â¬ For his sandwiches he Ruoa eye requires yet another kind of bread tle observation will readily verily acmade of the finest Vienna flour and cording to the New York Sun that men baked till the outside which is after standing in crowded street cars are much more gallant to ladies than the ward cut off is quite black At dinsame nun sealed On the elevated with the sou so called ner broth sticks are served They arc made railroad it constantly happens that the after an Italian recipe which is the seats are filled with men while women bang on to the straps as best they can secret of the court bakers V hen the man stand ing nearest to it almost always looks of Â¬ Â¬ Mri-et-Ca-r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ngsaj n Camels BRYANT - Triumph JiJgfcW Ilnnd till lijtrntl mvumc unit I STRATTON Business College I Tho weslo LOUISVILLE KY J A G WILLIAMSON KNUINEER iC aW f S ll 1 r SW W Civil Engineer pikch Kimdwaxs and Surveyor il VI At - Surveys made for Hallways Turn Kst numes e veil Ac rami drainage Town Lois laid ofl GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Line retraced tO t Kjec with iJ attention given nans ami pi at or aries iriiereeted Richmond Kv Correspond Â¬ ed a f Hobbles like the above to be had W C GORMLEY k COS lauds iu inouiiUlu eouti Keulucky City Office iiaii A Dreadful Voice from the Tomb f the Edison One of the trenaurea phonograph works at Orange N J i a eytonder that was Impreased with ice of the lato Jidin Mullough the actor who died in a madhouse The impression was taken while he was in conXnement Rambling pas-from the plays in which he were recited in a voice of wonderful power and pathos but at the end of each passage the actor would stop and say in a rotes to chill the blood Rut now Im mad ha ha ha hi ha ha The end of the laugh was all but icdiscribablo for he dr his breath with a sound that was partly a shriek and partly a gasp If there is ever a voice heard from the tomb it is when this cylinder is put in the phouojjTarih ah-h-h- -h ited by a siiecies of earned whioh pigmy of its kind They aro snow white and are on tbat account almost worshiped by the people Ir for the kind treatment accorded the Shah while in Berlin be Las pre tho municipality with twoin little wonders The largest is twenty- inches high and wehros oc pounds The other is fouc inches less but the weight is not given part of Persia is inhab Â¬ ing and if w and onl s a while station the man will ding cure a the ear will till up again with me of whom will have to staid Cue would naturally uppose the man who yielded to a woman in the first Instance would offer his seat now But nine times out of ten he will sit stiH and try to look uncon scious While - j - - - V or tood Crops passing a farm in Virginia It Wasnt a 1oiiwian rare of an elderly man aW Mrs Chucks ening tire was noticeable for the whoso abutter doorBridget what have Hold you sence of any decorative efforts was about lettio ecu toanie t the fence How in thl you are you vn horor evonir eir vile tobacco no moli Cood Mrin- -- Fah farm dign thing oa it Cbnsidbl 1101 eeventy uvs doRuhfl on it foutu mort tifies me exceedingly gage too Â¬ Â¬ Haifa doon hamberiins congenial spirits were seated together at a table and one thing and another Shortest and Quickest Route from Cenled Allen to reel off a full doen of tral Kentucky to All Points North The last one was about his Stories Rill Rill Brown East West and South west Tupelo constituent is an old farmer who owns halr the FAST LINE BETWEEN marshes around Allens native city A year ago he bought a young hull from a lawyer who is a shrewd fellow and known throughout Allens district Schedule ia EflVtt May Hth 1890 Brown WM quite sure of his bar- Â¬ No so every time the gain No 4 said Allen No 2 lawyer went that way he hedged so SOUTHBOUND Ei Hun Dally Kx Mu much thatthe lawyer grew extravagant P 810 am 800 j m in his praisIve CIllClllllKli p I tell you Brown nld he as ho lvc Covington - 818 a m 809 p ni p S ni SCSI 917 lve IKiiliiioiitli pm hat is tho lvc rode by the farm house nt hiiiim 1037 a m 1000 pm pm 1023 Air 1hi is animal in the whose eounfy pm pin CXIIiSllll telegram Id ride any time two miles out of my Arr Paris 5U5 p ni am 1120 Lve 1 620 p m way just to pass it in your meadow Ojiencd disgust A rr Winchester 1205 p m pm 135 pm He was somewhat surprised and sold it to you for 75 but I reckon its Arr Richmond I ancaslcr A rr 4o5 Pm failed to make any sense out of tho worth Arr siHiiiord message A littlo later ho received How much is it worth ir said vc Kichiuoud Arr lie rea- 305 p m another message the farmer 520 p to day I Arr Livingston Well if was sollir Disgusted than He did not know what it meant but WOaldnt let it go for a - Bi I No a No 5 No Daily TH BOUND KiSuu Kv rSun it was signed So he telegraphed 260 Its worth thai ami I congratu Â¬ back to the commission firm late yon on shaving ese so oortly 800 am So am Bill lb own toll pretty rood over the Lve Livingston lvc Berra mssib A little later came a telegram bull iind every time he saw the Lawyer Arr Richmond a 114 they takcd about it the lawyer always Disgusting v im Stanford am Lalic slii By this time ho was getting mad repeating that he would not sell it for Lve KlcMIllonii ijooam An less than 9250 and sent back another message Lve Richmond I should say The lawyer to the meantime had lie Arr Winchester i4 p m it was disgusting 5 am come counsel for a Mississippi railroad An Paris do you mean What pm pr dif- Â¬ Lexington 200 Before he had fairly got his answer md had toapj raise and aettle all pm Lve Purls ficulties for tho corporation on the wires there came another me3 p Lve rnthlnna vis pin 913 am sat to his office lout- Lve Kail Ith 402 sage One day as he p pm y ish Rill Brown came in twirled his hat Arr ovlngton Disheartened Arr Ittclnieili 4t p ni 1043 am and said in a So was the Kansas man so he wait- Â¬ between his thumbs MAYSVILLE BRANCH ed and did not answer Rut when wheedling tone I reckon thai air bull is good for a another message came in Dishonest No No Bally ho sent back word pert sum capn NORTH BOUND Kx Sun Kl Sinn I wont dispute it and I think you Certainly Mr Brown certainly re crazy also Sell all my wheat at 20 couldnt buy it of me if I still had Lc liieinnatl Lve loviliutoll once It in Bay ossossion Islington 700 a m Wall capn that air bull was run A little later he received a message Paris MillerKbarg over by yer railroad his nhrbt an I Arr Ciollslc Sold just in time Now disgorge 843 a m To say that the Kansas man was reckon youll see that they pay mc Johnson 934 am MaysvIHe mad would be putting it mildly He irioO for it tcok the train that night for Kansas Ii Dally Daily BOOTH BOUND City to see what it meant and when FOUR SLEEPLESS YEARS KxSiin Ks Sun he found out he treated all around Masvillc 520 am Disgust translated is 99 cents dis- An Old Negro Who BUM Not Slet la All Lve Johnnoa 557 am gusted 971 cents disgusting Carlisle 100 041 a in That Time Mi lei shun 715 am cents disheartened 101J cents disFour Arr Paris An Athens Ga special says 740 am 415 pm honest 101 cents and disgorge 991 years without sleeping a wink Lexington 835 am 60 pm That Covington HC35 ssi preposterous but it is exactly sounds Cincinnati 1045 am SCOWLING IS ONLY A HABIT the case of an old negro now living in No ami It Baa Sundays only and make Charley Harden is his name all slops A Clever Contrivance to Keep Cr ascs Out Athens No I and trie snows of age have settled d small Runs dally from fsillinliss lo tin of the Forehcitd In slavery times he No 41 Leaves Lexington lure a in Arrives down upon him A great many earnest thinkers of a Kxc pi Siinii belonged to John White who lived at Paris Iieii No Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives nervous temperament fall into the habÂ¬ was Kal 1110 lit 7i0 p in this county Charley that time Ksiil Snudhj it of scowling w mm they read write or seen on the streets yesterday talking No T Leaves Falmouth CM a ur Arrives tln imiai N7Vi a in Kxccpt Sunday between talk sjrioisly This causes two little to several of his friends and telling OTKN No 3 runs daily TRAIN adicular lines to plow to between them of his curious condition runsdaily Lexington and Cincinnati No Cincinnati and Lexington the eyes and ages a foce ten years I have between and make eonnecT ions at Winches For four joars said he Nos 1 It is a habit almost impossible to not slept a wink I hear continually ter fur points on Hie N N A M V Ry IMPORTANT Trains of lus line now arcorrect once foil led as it is done un- a buzzing sound and it seems as if Central tniiai depart consciously by a great many young several persons were talking to mo all rive at ami station from the Passenger Cincinnati making con nection fur all points North Last and Vet to sleep their brows people Even the time At night I lie in my bed Through Ticket sold and Baogagc Checked will be drawn together in this maliwith my eyes wide open and if I do to any poinl leaded by a railroad cious litle frown that is the aider and sleep never close them For fall particulars an always UKCIltof the Compal addiess or call on any or abettor of age W L MlNSON Trav Iassr Aut talking It is an awful thin hear the A bright studious young woman incimiati J to be talked to for four years and IJOKHK lieiil Cincinnati still in her twenties found herself the through the Ion nights to have to s F UlirMTNOTON Past AmA lien Manr V Pres HK victim of this scowl which had made listen to this nonsense K B CARR Ap 10 R11I1111 um Kv Otaarai Offices Chamber oft omnicrce Build Two line hair lines in her white brow in Cincinnati O Charlie has tried doctors for his says the New York Journal She set sleeplessness and has found no rem herself to work to cure the habit by edy and has given up all hopes of Note Ihat we now have doable daily train eo ie s iioih ways on Boadayt lalataa Cin setting her mirror before her hoe over sleeping aain He as a matter cinnati ait Lexington when she read wrote or studied Rut of necessity Bleeps but his eyes never as this distracted her attention from close and all his mental faculties re- C T WELLS F B CAHR her work she dually placed a ribbon main ever awake His case is a curi- Â¬ band tightly a toss her DTJW tying it ous one in a knot at the back of her head and at night she slept in the baud C CO A BUDDING MONARCHIST After several months the little hair lines disapeared from the pretty fore head and she is quite cured of the dis- Surprising Idea Elicited from Her Pupils by a lloston Teacher figuring habit They begin the classes in some ol The Ceal Tari A smooth white uneorrugated brow in the ru- Â¬ is one of the greatest attractions in a the public schools nowadays of civil govermaenl at a womans face while a prematurely diments it s ems that tho furrowed and wrinkled brow mars tho early age And get on the whole a Only a squaw from the Court house beauty and youth of the fairest fea- Â¬ young people pretty correct idea of the way we are Voti dont have to send away out in tures A 1oston teacher be depot who governed by the wav is rather fond of Enelish A Chiicinians rictnrc was orally Instructing a dam a M nIrVUMM M A Chinese journalist has been giving things M the other day in the foundations of MUni VBuiilttky eii yPirtofTown his Impress ion Of the western world She had given her political science and it makes very interesting reading young pupils a very Interesting lecture Bare is a description of a oclock British system of govern- Â¬ Soft Coal and Anthracite When the time comes tr lo-Â¬ about the tea And then she asked the boy at ment tions are sent to an equal numV of of the class Nnt and Lnmp Coal men and women and after they are tho head And now Johnny what are the all assembled tea and sugar milk bread Now open at Myers old lumber yard called who govern or rule over us and the like are set out as aids to con Â¬ men next to Sicond ln shy lei inn ebtiieb in this country versation Mori particular are their Quickest delivery in town Loweai Kin- said Johnny promptly Try us pi ices invitations to skip and posture when HJh no Tell me the next one 17- the host decides what man is to be the by whom are we governed C T WELLS CO partner of what woman and what H ens woman of what man Then with both No Neai hoy arms grasping each other they leave Jacks said the next boy the table in pairs and leap skip And be wae not promoted to the and prance for their natural posture gratification A man and a woman head ol the class previously unknown to one another CAPITAL PUNISHMENT may take part in it They call this skipping tanchen dancing Tea According to Eminent Authority It Is which is pronounced tee is always Little Lasa Than a Crime black tea but it must be mixed with When the idea of revenge is elimimilk and white sugar They dare not nate drink it neat alleging that it would regardfrom our habits of thought with aM o ngyTSjfTirMTiMt to criminals capital punishcorrode and so injure the drinker ment will be esteemed an act of brutal- Â¬ ity which no community would think Ceremonious of permitting says Hugh rnatnoost in Frenchmen arc noted for their When we come to clearly punctiliousness but they have no the Arena of that virtue A nice s nse understand that the worse criminal a monopoly man is themore it isourduty to deluge of propriety occasionally crops out in him with moral sympathy and help cpaite unexpected quartern ore dearly we shall aee that the said the superintendent of Pat main motive for capital punishment is ono of our New England manufactorrevenge because have air a ly ies go down to tho firms office and said an execution as is neither a varninr wash the windows to possible Pat presently appeared in tho outor to society criminals nor a proteetfja room with his bucket and sponges On the contrary it unquestionably An I was toubl to wash the windys lends to brutalize the minds oi the in the firms office he said to ono of people arid familiarize them with the Glf5 BEE the clerks thought of killing As long as the All right thats it right in there employs h sons for the express answered the clerk pointing to the Mate purpose of murdering men those who door are not oSeially employed and paid Rut theyre in thero said Pah for it will also 0 igage in the business Oh never mind go right iu fsSlC SsRSsew But Pat still hesitated Faith n fr i n Sared hy His Courage an would ye plae be after said he A boy living near Nassau City Fix goin in an inlroducin mc n nteoatorta l ht etc After was out i re hunting a few nights ago io when he planted his foot on something Stiunoa V 0 o 32 ox Ml Ioi Uul Jfluinc Masculine soft and slippery and at one- awakened Tom who had been fo bidden to tie warning notes of a rattlesnake ne oftSe climb trees in his new trousers had the flickering glare of h3 torch ho UFSTTrl- FREE rnciivm I nour iltti disobeyed and was receiving a lecture Ban that he had trod upon the reptile tor oelfl te ittr vdar ouranr sraid from his father for injuring his clothwprnur ircl e will but fortunately had planted his foot ou kkr runs in trrkwfri faesKtr ing Onlj Iko who nrif his nook just back of the head fttlio and one ran wh Mn f wins Fearing that a dogging was to fol- Â¬ ihough it folded its slimy coils ai ound Its cka- to All yo omr to lo m flvtarm goad to bw low Tom sought to create a diversion his ankle and struck out with its fangs tkM who rail roar Pa my teacher with lightning like rapidity it was he exclaimed and tboor Brouna jot Tftr to tat gSuHSK dvrrttmrort says some plants are masculine gender unable to turn iLs head to do misehiof bowi tto mall ea4 of th irlr- TlM following- esr jrtwf tecp ofii IIOHIl to and some feminine now I know which Tho lad had presence of mind enough trees are do you to keep his foot firmly planted upon its The fathers curiosity was excited reck while with ax in hand he severed 11L n a innu wmirr mr ssk JLi ui uuia irnami he was fairly trapped No carry We will also n r w yon how yua he the head from the body crspr iars as ailay at lonar rrow the Mail tin t can make rw said which are theyP nco W par al eipr as rhatrgen Mteipcnrnri roFLAM Addicae UAllTI CO box cause said Tom Masculine they wear boys panto and for that How to Tell a Connterrelt mil time ho escaped the switch Take a Unite Mites bill of any denomination an hold it t tho light The Cwirs Crown and you wili aee two linos running en101 EAST MAIN STREET The Russian crown and othor insig- tirely aeroc Upon ex Â¬ nia together known as the crown amination you will lind We have jewels are valued at shli sist of silk threads a red ono anl a and desire opened H first class shop to have the patron crown itself being reck e blue one Every genuine bill has nenlleniei ladies nui eliiiilnn We aed with hundreds of mark of genuini guarantee lir class work New and diamonds worth all the way from a a bill tny be put down as counlevant furniture clean throughout few dollars up to many thous terfeit no matter how gixd th and slierp razors Besides the diamonds there are tifty M C MOORE graving on it No paper mil d four magnificent pearls set around the make this sort of paper and this 13 43- J CARMICHAEL rim with a ruby of an extraordinary the governments only protection ou sizo for a center piece The crown its currency was made by Pauzfe the Co jeweler and was first worn by Cather- Â¬ Rlrli ine the Groat The Orloff diamond A little Italian girl is in tho habit of 46 Wiggins Block Cixcinnati O forms the tip of the scepter used on all larly visiting stale occasions Boston receiving food and other arii- Can refer to buiMinm suceejwfuliy ties which sle away in the erectrtl in Richmond Mays Dnntreront Occupation ket always brought withJier Sterling Winchester and Owing ten railway mail dorks were In her round of visit 6o Ninety five were was accompanied by mother girl who killed last year seriously injured Forty slightly in- - had no basket The good lad v of the no recoiu ot casualties wtis house after supolying the In Founds Waits In the worst in fifteoa years incaiiLs wants as usui remarked v no next there were seven t your companion Ioei want clerks killed but only something too In the whole fifteen oisly injured Oh no was tho reply want Shen yars there were forty seven fatal rich Her father works ities night at Â¬ Himself One of the test gems of Alien of Mississippi says a Washington cor- Â¬ respondent was dropped the other Tjtwje Utile Iteacts - KENTUCKY HTML R LOTS EVERTOftCtCORHER LOT Only a Limiled Quantity on Hand and for Sale Only by BLUE GRASS ROUTE Â¬ Lexington Cincinnati H HJStreng You are at liberty to make a thorooeh ar examination before purchai gument necessary to prove to voti tbat our LOTS ARE BARGAINS as we arethe only ones that have Lb 11 Ml 111 111 1 Lots of Bargains LOT i No 1 1 1 - 1 I Consist of Ladies and Childrens Jei RibbeJ Vests at LOT Nt 9 c Ribbed V Consists of I at 25c ap v i LOT No Consists of a 3 I 7 iood Standard Calico at LOT Consist NO 4 Domestic at ot Good Bleached n Â¬ 7cc per yard LOTS NO 5 SAND 7 Consist of the IJcst Ladies country at lo 15 and I 15 jc a pair lose in the Lois NO 8 AND 9 i 11 I i - Consist of Elegant Ladies Handkerchiefs at 5 and ioc a piece LOT NO lo 11 Consists of Handsome Challies at 5c per yard Li T NO 7 Conits u I N- of Beautiful Sattecaaa lijjC per yard LOT 1 No No N ai d ltl 1 Â¬ Consists of a No Quality India Linen at ioc per yard Â¬ LOT u 1 Consists of Lastly Dress Goods at per yard pl LOT I la Consists of 30 inch Henriettas at jqc per 15 Consists of jo inch Ibiniyard 111 s- - Lot No 11 111 per t- i I H Â¬ Â¬ LoT NO IC Consists of a handsome Line of Sin at ah 50 a pattern LOT NO 17 Consists of Cass inicres Â¬ fr III Â¬ Â¬ LOT NO Consists of Camlet per ard 1 V at 35c per yard 18 jc at I ic II I LOT NO 19 Consists of all Linen Towels at ioc a piece LOT Â¬ No 99 No -- Â¬ Consists ot Beautiful Cuitain Material at per yard 91 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothe for a boy irom 5 lo 12 years old at fjoo r a I Â¬ LOT jc T WELLS LOT NO - Consists oi a Good Suit of Clothes lor a boy from 12 to 10 years old at 500 Â¬ Lol NO S3 ir- - Oiij ii Twi Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a man at 500 LOT NO s- Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes man at lI for a I LOT NO 25 Coisists ol a Good Suit of Clothes man at 1000 for 1 11 1 a all LOTS 99 27 AND 28 Consist of a Suit of Clothes for a man at ii 50 15 and 18 Cannot be bought I 01 more on Ibesuit anywhere in America otf LOT NO 29 Consists of a Ladys Dongola Shoe at 150 on Button LOT N Consist of a Ladys Custom made I gola Button Shoe at 2 worth o LOT NO J1 Consists of Ladies Dongola Button Si at 550 worth S igm cr LOT No 39 1 1 Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring Heel Dongola Leather sizes S to 2 at Â¬ m LOT NO 89 Consists of Misses Dongoa Button Shoes id Â¬ Spiing Heels sizes S to 13 at 11 worth I T Nt 34 Consists of Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 150 World Beaters to It LOT NO 35 Consist af Mens Ccassjrem Gaiters or Bahncral Sbucs at 2 00 Hummer- be 1 LOT NO 39 rdovan This al is 1 1 -- a 75 of 11 rner Lot at 1 LOT NO Consists of Mens Hats WS- 70 - LoT No Consists of V Building at A regular LOT NO Consists of Mens Hats eil 1I1 at flje an position of the high prices of other ex- Â¬ ill ol in e ye le LOT NO 40 Consists of Mens Hats at Worlds Fair 2 B ic jS t a regular - 1 - f LoT NO 41 Consists of Full Regular Balbriggan Si at 50c L T NO 42 Consists of Mens Peppefrii Drill Draw for men ir- 11 Â¬ w c e e tw ON K fcrnv I at 50c C as BprrnTC - ti pn is corny i r ts1 i mao-- i - 4 v 11 A M Mi Qntlui ir Â¬ Â¬ LOT NO 43 Consists of Mens flraiahhla at 50c LOT NO 44 Consist of Mens Flannel Shirts at 7 LOT NO 45 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at LOT NO Consists o Mens Half ilose at 25c LOT NO 47 Consists of Mens Half Hose at it t- 1 10 ntnoii 1 LOTN Com - tnrs t -- amj Â¬ 40 Of a I Line of name CRAPSEY- Aroliitects BROWN LOI Consist e9J Come to and yon will 1 11 fsd Â¬ Seller ol Lots oi Bargains 45- - THE CLIMAX Wednesday - Ever sulwcriber new or old who pays one year in advance from the day of pay- Â¬ Set- notice to gas toneaa mra ment will Ik given a ticket bearing a Omsiderable cholera morbus and flux Baaahar and a duplicate ticket will leput in a sealed in the county A blind folded boy will Baa local by Mrs draw from the box after it is thoroughly ras-- lain for rent shaken five tickets in succession which P Chenault B w ill represent the prizes in the order above The wwus enumerators begn their named ork n Monday The name of every holder of a number Ir iixn if out again after a three is recorded in a book of consecutive num- Â¬ weeks illness with fever bers immediately after the number as Â¬ signed him P Einbry Messrs Waller Bean tt aaa The earlier you secure your number are anion the Vice President of tin- Ian the better csiecially if you are already caeter Fair I Andernon of Crab Orchard liehind in your subscription Mr advertises a stolen mare See card Be A Fart of the Water HorkTsjstea Lorhrs I literal reward catedThe Water Works Comjiany have Firs S na Bank was the only n baagbl of Payata OnriaaJau Arnold boose in nan rtuffieiently patriotic Bn lot i weiial North an stb streets tion day to hoirt a flag rrilon which they will erect their elevated n Monday Bad Gentry was arrested tank which is to W 1WJ feet high In for ii dl kin v other peoples cows without taking the altidtide of the various high their consent He nana lail and will 1k points abOBf town Mrs Oftaaaa wis tried Saturday found to be the highest BaeBaaB campus The Centary Club pave its closing BBBV next Smiths hill next and the North per of the season at the ilyndon Friday street lot next it beaaf4S feet alsve the It proved an interesting institunight level of the court house flmr The lot is tion fr tie winter teetSM feet and the jriw Baad was H758 It may seem a little strange to some that The Fourth Annual BtMMi the Ken int was not selected but naaanaana Assembly will lnin the highest on Tues after the tank lOtii leal high is built at Woodland hark Lexington water can le thrown to these high points day lulv 1st and continue 11 days w ith great ease Mary Buford Smith daughter of Now let us give you a pointer If you n Green Clay Smith will at an early are consulted as to right of way for mains e in Kichmond a dramatic enterBC lils ral for a water main through your tainment for the benefit of Waco Baptist paaaaaty is valuable church Further surveys are in progress and N B Hcathcrape agent for Dr J F aataaaaeaa are coming in on plans excava- Â¬ si ns administratrix sold on Mon tions brick work etc day to Kb Fish XA ami of tiuilR red Richmond will soon have water works land at Big Hill for the small sur Choked With a Gizzard hi last WelnesUiy Woods Heathman Mitchell White a prosjerous colored of Cincinnati drove through from carelessly attempted to swallow a large stHtiiiii ot chicken gizzar1 but found that ly f Kichmond his former home he had not only bit off- more than he k and has gone to California to could chaw but more than he could - mother swallow Ir Davie was called but could Sir Beat Foraeaa grandson of Baa Ir not dislodge the obatiactsoa He brought an lias Lrrnluated from the law de the patient to town and with Foster partment of Tulaue University New dri- a furthur effort was made but without ll-- father is a prominent lawyer Heathman was taken home and t Citv suffered greatly from thirst hunger and iii- - at the ranter ei pain Thursday Hrs Taylor Aahta and impany A 11 tth Mi giiiient of coloriil volunt FaaaBT went oat with a great lot of instrue tind that seven of the ments for pulling ramming cutting eW re named Cbenault two After examination and consultation the - Iiirtc IsbIhtI Charles ramming penuaa that had tstted the iav Zacli before araa decaded upon again and aclohnnie Hiackelford who was thrown cordingly the old squirrel rifle act was hone on last WeMneeaay continu- IHTformed with deckled success It was e- iii an unconscious condition but on dreadfully trying on the stretching ca etcher pronounceil his pacity of the patients a sophegaus and more favorable and entertains the perspiration baesaeed out of Ir Fos - oi hi- - recovery ter like an artilleryman at iettysturg hoYour tunle Woods thought that the aajri Day day fixe1 before the foundation of the K ru h anctioncr reports L25coan- world had come But he is liettcr now ntleontne market and all sold and will soon lt himself again cattle brought 3 cents The k der ranged down to lJ ne joke PEH80NAL f3 A few plug hoi- Mrs OllieShaw is visiting in Cincin- Â¬ ud and money plenty nati I onmissioarr Uoaaett Mrs Leeaa Boakei retaraed ktaaday The rni ir has nominated Senator from Lmisville lnhii B nn tt nf this place for Cominis Mrs B L 1reston is visiting her par Miiier of the Worlds Fair at Chicago ents in Virginia - an unsought honor and more it Rev Thomas Cummins has gone to n a Democratic iovernorto a Kstill for his health ii nn Gnat material ays rei ogi Mr Hick Hudley Jr is sojourning in the city of New York I I max fleer Ir F Hanger sjient several days of The Wai o Mills have their new roller last week in Cincinnati in complete working order and Mr irantlin Mory of Coorgia is visking four choice brands of flour limax Waco Straight Choice of iting Mrs W W Watts Madison and XXX Qneen The proprie Â¬ Prat J I Clark and wife visited relators are Bin bcr Benton A the eom tives in Ix xington last week panv being Mr Iom liaiimslark Tile Bella Harls r will attend the perioK tlima bnaad GcMgitown Commencement Ben n Kail road CmtiuBed Mrs Ir Heath and children have re Clay maaaatthr H X turnil from Georgia for the summer Tbeeaw of I VB K K was called in the Common Miss Fannie Morton of Winchester rday and continued ly nested Miss Bessie ISarlxmr last week i of both parties to the October Miss Annie Bridgeforth of Mt Sterlterm The ease of the same road against ing is the guest of Miss Lulie Bronston irnold will probably lc continued I Stouffer visited her lather ludge iitaine 17 Mr W X Potts of Stanford last week - prowling Clerk W H Miller Mr Charles Xuckols and family of and Ivputy Inorpe at their desks Versailles are visiting Mr Bert banek Ircp Hep Cenv ton omiueneement of the Ireparatory Mrs BelsH ca Moran and Miss Mary tueiit of Central Cniversity will le Iurnani left Thursday for Washington held Friday afternoon beginning at ti I C Tin exercises will consist of dec Miss Mary Bright of Mt Sterling is line from Byron 1rentLss Hnynvisiting Miss Henrietta 1rew itt on the Patrick Henry Victor Hugo Spartacus Hill Kegiilus and other ilistinguished jiersons Col J T Tucker of Winchester at will be ten kilaimers five each froni the Junior and Senior divisions The tended the funeral of his brother-in-laOr Joe Hood jKililic invited Mrs T W Daria of Campbellsville is lose Oellertions visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S Par Chj Collector John Baxter informs us rish this place that he hi rnttartad all the taxes on real Mrs EL T Oaniels of Paris came over xcept SUrt and all on Banana last week to visit her parents Mr and property except aliotlt HeO the bulk of which is due from jiersons who have re Mrs T S Kllis Miss Minna Crutcher is visiting Miss moved r an- tcuiorarily absent The taxable property is am and one hall mil- Mary Webb at the tiarrard Female In lions and the tax thereon is 89000 This stitute Lancaster - indeed a good record for both the Mrs Cosby who visited Mrs Bettie and the town Last years delin- Â¬ Little last week has returned to her quent list amounted to aliout SloO and home in Lmisville that have Ix cn collected Misses Stephens and Hinton of Paris who visitil Miss Julia Iliggins last week FVarfal Fire at Middlettbaremgh m last Saturday an incendiary tire swept have returned home Col J Stoddard Johnston former Sec through the new and growing town of retary of State is sjHnding a few days in MiddJesboroagh destroying laaeVMO worth of ptopeity and rendering 2000 Kiclunond on business people homclsc I heliovernorhassent all Mrs Sjicars of Jessamine county is the ltte tents and Lmisville sent a re- visiting her daughters Mrs Tom Coving lief train The Middlesborough Town aad Mrs Ivlgar Turley ipanyple 00 at the disposal Mr O W Willis and wife and Mr F of thus- who desire aa rebuild H Adair all of the ilyndon went to Among thus- who lost are Mr Slushers Carlisle this week on a short visit drygiNMls building and contents 8000 Miss Alma Hagan is visiting in StanBr Flaxs drag stock IM BeahveO ford She will return fur commencement accompanied by the Misses Owsley lapradrat Candidate fur Jailer Mrs Susie Miller sjient last week with Mr B Cornel ison is announced in heraister Mrs Faat who has lieen at this issue of the Climax as a candidate the hospital in Lmisville for several for jailer of Ma lison county He is a months native of the county and exrpt five Mr Waller Bennett and sister Miss a when he residiil in the southern Belle and niece Miss Lizrie and Miss p irt of the county has lived near Kich Â¬ Lizzie Barrett will leave in a few days for mond He is well known all over the Kuroe k an industrious and valua- Â¬ Mrs Mollie I ee Stafford of Warsaw ble citizen He lias a host of relai Ky is visiting her father Ab Shearer at aadthej are di ially be tween the lw pliti a parties but not Brookstown and other relatives in the me of them within the re olk ction of vicinity Misses Julia and Virginia Moran of the oldest inhabitant has ever had an Kingston returned from Florida where orfi the spent the w inter at Campvillc AlaBerra faakga CsaUKBeeatBt chua - June 4 1890 One Handrwl Dollars ii Gold Jiv Away 50 f30 15 and S3 Also Twa ears Siasrription to the CLIMAX f I lx i of the water works Isewhere what they have done They are movers no flies on them Miss Lizzie West who has been tttend ing school at Midway returned on last Friday to her home at Kingston Miss L M Myers of Crab Oorchanl came home with her and will aaead several diye Misses Annie 11 and Tattle K Tribble of Junction City have issued inviiations to their friends lor Friday nighl at 9 oclock to meet the members of their class 12 in number who graduate from Daughters College at llarrodsburg last week Dan Hilt Alncatt 1 Â¬ a w eek in the interest t ves Mr and Mrs Judsou Barclay in Lawrence county Alabama where she passed the w inter Societys loss is irre laraiie and the composition of the Episcopal church choir will be seriously dis turbtii Mr Xave is a wealthy gentle man of elegant leisure The couple wilkJ peaeeed to Ft Louis thence to Wheeling to visit the brides father Mr W R Campbell editor of the Intelligencer on to Washington to see her brother Mr Dick Campocll and will go to Euroi for the summer Â¬ DIET R B West died suddenly at his home THIN COLUMN If Billy Devores 10 passenger bus is a bus his 10 passenger bus must be a buster Are you in any way deformed or drunk or crazy and loose Be ready to answer by the time the census enumerator comes around The old theory that a one lcgger man lias no showing in a foot race does not apply to a political raw as evidenced by the Lmisville convention Â¬ 1 i Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What is the difference between burnt aasberaasdeaeaanberT One makes your paint and the other makes you iint if ym eat too many on a hot day Chairman Jones of the Greenback par- Â¬ ty has called a meeting to lie held a Indi anajMilis and the Courier says it sohesthe problem When shall we three meet again A man has been eneased for milking other jieoples cows without the inowl edge or consent of the owners The po-Â¬ liceman is a litle in doubt as to what barge to stat against him As Shakespeare rye you take Bay life when you d take the means by which I live we H that the fellow lie charged with murder ABOUT RAILROADS Â¬ it- I - 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Col-hi-t- Â¬ 1 made by th t fVO am Tin erilleiirtsist oi Orations al and iiiiisn An and I atadeat instrumental - Waahingto adtlroa at m L sen p m by liev prominent Tburs- - will aaafct June 13 Musical HeciUil 7J0 p m Anniv Jane 14 7 p m undav June 15 - by Pro 30 p m ad- -- 730 p m Uaivaaty Lexiaatoa Kentucky Fayette county will vote the subscrip to the Lxington and Richmond RailA number of Woodford and Jessamine road and Richmond will soon hate an county gentlemen have organized a stock other road company for tea purpose of damming ap Two weeks more will alwmt finis i the the waters of Sinking Creek in essa bridge across Kentucky River ft the mine county and converting it into a mouth of Tates creek From end to end large lake to cover probably 200 acre- it is near a quarter of a mile and has a The capital stock is to beS35M0 divided graceful curve in the viaduct on the far each and 10000 of into shares of SI side this amount is already sabscribed We had the pleasure Friday of feeing At Danville the depot of the Cincinnati a train come gliding out from Xicholas Southern Railroad was completely de ville to Marble Creek canyon tale ap ateoyed by fire together with its contents the little army of workmen at t oclock and three empty freight cars standing and hurry back to town with them The near The tire ii supposed to have U en road is well built and smooth It is su caused by sparks froii an engine which perbly ballasted with limestone passed alxut forty annates ln fore the That was a fearful wreck at Marble alarm was given A large quantity of creek on the R X I x B It isalisolutely freight was lost and also all the house Baacso look down into the Yawn hold effects of Station Agent Cox ing abyss TVi feet at the mass of Is nt John B Herreshof of Bristol R I the and twisted iron and think what would head of the large shipbuilding firm lost have beea the awful fate oi the two his sight when years old and for forty girls had they not jumped from the live years has been BB active business wild cars Two months and 15000 will man despite this infirmity He decides ha necessary to restore the bridge superintends hun- Â¬ financial questions CORRESPONDENCE The Court of Claims yesterday Took a dreds if workmen visits every corner of very baanthaat and commendable Step in the ship yard understands a model by PKKKlNS regard to the Lexiagton and Richmond feeling it orders alterations and improve- Â¬ All the corn is not yet planted Railroad by passinga petition requesting and builtsomeof hope- - to be able to ride on ments in construction Tates Creek that the proposition asking her for a do-Â¬ B to the Kichmond Fair m the famous American rachte the R X I subnation of 50000 from the county A young gentleman and a young lady mitted to the people July 12th was se September Robinsons distillery closed the seasons were attending a wedding their own lected as the day of the election The ate stood 11 for ami 4 against Ltxiitf run on Saturday It made L4 barrels weddding by the way After the cere Â¬ to i lrtm and recently sold in one lot 100 barrehv mony was over the groom in a business Mr James Leech has wild to Charley like manner asked the minister for a HORSE NOTES Clark a lot of slop cattle at fa10 Mr statement of account The parson told Clark has within the past few days him the law allowed him So The happy The most successful meeting for many boaghl in the county LOO cattle 1100 to groom said in a generous tone of voice is the way the Courier Journal 120011ml at 3 to 4 cents years handing him a fifty cent piece This speaks of the Louisville races with what the law allows you will make it The death of Dr HihnI leaves all this HVitf Shore A numlier of colts in Madison county country from the river to Richmond 12 three dollars and a half are suffering with the disease that is miles and from Foxtown to Silver Creek In the Cnited States Court Covington proving so fatal in Fayette and some oth- 7 or 8 miles without a physician It is May L1 P S Chestnut and J B Jones er counties It is called paralysis Bad is the Ix st country location in the county distillers of Laurel county were tried on probably the result of grippe in the dam for a Doctor It is doubtful if this com the charge of secreting distilled liquor to and the same trouble that has cauccd so munity again has as good a physician as elude the tax They wen- convicted and many foals to slip Dr Hood sentenced by Judge Barr to pay a fine of I II Xeales latest foal which he has 500 and 1k imprisoned for six months in named I X I is by KmKTor Wilkes the Covington jail Lucien Entry a In by Willam 1 sire of Axtel oat of colored boy convicted of Mayor Haslewood died on Sunday night twelve-year-ol- d Old Pilot Anna by Pilot Jr dam Mollie robbing the mail in Nicholas county was last after a lingering sickness Sprague by iov Sprague dam of Harry Mrs II MeColluui is visiting friends in sentenced to three years in the Industrial Oarricld 8 21 and The Wilkes 2 li Reform School Blacken county Item 11 full brother to Mollie Sprigue i T McColhtni who has beea spend Â¬ The largest sum of money paid to a It is certainly a promising colt ing a year at Johns Hopkins returned single pensioner since Dr Walton has Well its a Linglellow anyhow said been Pension Agent was paid Monday last week Frank llaipt I when Riley was unopeet and was re- Â¬ William Terrill is slowly recovering The amount was 4ii7 edly beaten by Letcher loth Longfellow his friends ceived by Mrs Annie lee of Maysville colts When Daniel Boone returned from from his severe fever and She was the widow of Jas A Lee who imprisonment of three years his wife hojie he will be out soon was Captain of Company K of the Six Mrs Angelia L Lawrence of Hills- Â¬ nspasnhsj him dead had married his teenth Kentucky Volunteers He died brother Seeing her babe Daniel said dale Mich has come to spend a few September 14th 1870 but for some rea- Â¬ weeks with her sister Mrs Dodge A nturknui-tit-iseIts a Boone anyhov son bus widow had not been able to col- Â¬ The Baptist Church on Silver Creek is lect a pension until now The amouut The race horse Jess Armstrong which making quite extensive preparations to allowed a Captain is S20 ht month observe Childrens Day next Sunday had a leg metered at the St Loaie Mo which since Captain Iees death aggre- Â¬ Fair grounds May L7 was chloroformed Mt Sterling Gazette Dr C Asbill has boaght a lot near the gates 4ii7H to death at the private veterinary hospital district school house and is erecting a T A Oreen of Louisville will bring of Dr Chan Crowley M4 Sheridan Av- eabatanaa and eoarenjont dwelling suit for damages to his character against enue where he hail bean if mow for bonne Mississippi Valley the Newport Xews treatment immediately after the casualty Mrs S Williford has suffered for many Railroad and Adams Kxpress Company The case of Jess Armstrong has few par- months with a diseased foot all hope of The damges are reckoned at f 100000 and allels in equine surgery His nigh fore Â¬ curing it was linally abandoned and it the case w ill lie pleaded in the Circuit leg was fractured the shattered ljones was amputated ahoai a week ago Court of Fayette County Judge Hargis piercing the joint and rendering amputaJohn son of Van Ryan cut his foot of Louisville and Judge Denny of n cessary to save the animal tion This badly while splitting wnod a few days have been retained as counsels operation was performed several days ago ago The wound is doing well however for the defense The iiapers have been the horse being placed under the influ and he hopes soon to lie around placed in their charge and will be filed He Itorc tie ef ence of an amesthetie Green was A Post of the Grand Army was recently either to day or to morrow fects of the opesatioa with fortitude and formed at this place of which A J Han arrested at the instance of the two com- Â¬ while rejecting grain relished ot her IhhIs It is named panies charged with stealing a case of His condition improved rapidly and Fri- Â¬ son was made Commander in memory of Dr West the James 11 diamonds while acting as express mess day his owners Davis A Armstrong were enger anthslad that he would ret over and ren- Â¬ West Post As T J Roberts was riding a fractious years ago Miss Frank ie Chris- Â¬ It WSS Farly der valuable services in the stud horse be wis throw n and severely hurt ty a young lady of 26 years came to this Saturdav morning however symptoms of lockjaw appeared and Dr Crowley de He was for some time uneoncious and city riding her favorite sad Her and was cided that the chances against him were suffered severe wounds about the fore accompanied by a servant who had a bolt of linsey of Miss Christys own weavso heavy that to put him to death Yotild head and scalp ing She Stopped at Howards store lie merciful While there is nokmwn NEWS PARAGRAPHS which was where Samuels store is to- Â¬ record of case where equine amputation day and exchanged ten yards of linsey had beea aacceaafally carried out Dr Crowley thought it was feasible in these James Fitzpatrick aged 74 died near for a purple silk parasol Miss Christy now Mrs Jeptha Hunt of Clark county days of advanced medical wisdom He Pine drove the mother of S P Hunt of this city is knew of several local eases where orses The Blnegrass Club will notgive anoth still living at the age of 81 years and has had been successfully cured of leg frac- er dinner till fall the same parasol It is well preserved tures but they were not of such in ag Mrs Mary J Brawn died in ffhrhnlaa and because of its color style and size is a gravated form as the case in point Jess ville last week aged 81 Mt Sterling iozette curiosity Armstrong was a chestnut The Klstric Light Company have turncolt and valued at 8000 He wns by A year or two ago the colored people of ed on their street lights at Paris imported ilengarry out of Myrtle the city were startled and greatly alarmed Miss Cora B Williams died at Harruds- - by what was to say the least a very reMATRIMONIAL Also Robt Jones burg Saturday James Oreen a markable coincdence Forty five town lots were sold at Cyn well known member of one of the colored Miss Annie Armstrong a former pupil thiana Tuesday at an average of 10 a churches was tried before an ecclesiasti- Â¬ of Madison Female Institute wan nam foot cal tribunal on a charge of adultery His ed on the 8th of May at Bryan Texas Prohibition has just scored a complete guilt was clearly proved lie made many to Mr R K L Knight and sweeping victory at Russellville Kv promises of amendment supplementing Mr William S Oldham of Foxown avowals with the wish that Cod ery district in the county went dry Madison county and Miss Annie Parrish should paralyse him the moment the of Mrs Francis Cotton of Hopkinsville of Chilesburg Fayette county By a strange fense should lie repeated on Thursday May 21th 1HR The one of the oldest pioneers in that portion coincidence his imprecation was literally W F Brown of Meridian Miss Capt couple limit at once to the groomshomc of the State has just died age fulfilled and he was jiaralyzed Since ting his daughter Miss Sallie The tea year old eoa of w B Todd of Ten thousand gonl wishes to you St time until his death which occurred of M Brown Mies Brown is a graduate Miss I e Jones of Paris came ojrer to Maysville a fanner was instantly killed Sunday he has been looked upon as a I this year F in a runawav accident a barrel of Hour visit her uncle J F Stone this nla man who bore visible marks of the wrath Mrs Foster of Ix xington accompanied Monday Mr Childress also of Paris lung on uis neau smasuing nis skuu of God His wife obtained a divorce from i orge Helm - sibllae Mr City Treasurer Peak of Kansas City w as him and he was shui ned and feared by came over In a quiet way they rejiaired came over last week to visit her son Dr to Wcckcssers restaurant and seturing suspended from oitie by Mayor Holmes 4 the colored population ffhwaai John M F hortage of lietween S17C00 and J20000 ttr Democrat the services of Siuire Donah th - Jane Crow leaves Thursday for were made one and they immediately bat having been discovered iu Peakes ac The will of the late Senator Berk has to lie absent during the down to dinner counts been filed and Woodbury Blair of Wash Miss Lucy is visiting Miss summer Mrs John II Ward of Harlan Court Campbell of Wheeling City appointed administrator be Â¬ Dimpie Cecil of Danville House aged 18 nan divoreed from her ing required to give bond in the aaaaof West Virginia the charming vocal Mr Cyrus Pentoi of Muscotah Kan- Â¬ well known hen- in Richmond whe husband ami in leK than twelve hours 000 The Senator made this will over sas who has been visiting relatives in this has spent much time with her cousin was marriedl to Col Havil Little aged thirty years ago and by its terms all the ity four ourtv will leave to morrow ir home Mrs B C Hagcrman will be married at property is left to his wife during her but his daughter Miss Josie will remain g 0Vlock this evening to Mr Willij m H President Harrison has directed that life He then makes provision for his Board man ami Fjigine y over the children in ti the C the death of their iailv froii ive been here for place at Ingieside the home of her rela- hares ar mother and Â¬ lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ near Kirksville Madison county Ky on Saturday May llh 1800 aged 75 years He was well as usual on Saturday morning and rode out Being attacked with paralysis he WSS carried home and lived only twenty four hours He was a native of Madison never lived elsewhere was a nsanbar of the Christian church for forty years and a gxd citizen Asa Thomas Brockman died of consumption at Centralia Mo on Thursday May 32nd 1S0 aged 20 years He was the youngest son of Asa and Susan Huguely Brockman formerly of this county The family removed BB Missouri thirteen years ago since which time five deaths have taken place the father two daugh ters and two sons A large nnmlx r of sympathizing relatives and friends remain in this county Jackson Davis a native of Madison county died suddenly at Danville on Friday morning aged 74 years He was never sick in his life Standing at the Cemetery gate in conversation he fell dead He was a man of considerable property and a pillar of the Presbyterian He leaves a wif church his third and several children among them Mrs Dr iiierrant of Mt Sterling His first wife was Miss Marv Jane Turner of Mad ison county a relative of the Phelps family and his second wife was Miss Mary Barnett also of this county The deceas Â¬ ed had lived in Boyle about thirty seven ot the years He was a brother-in-lalate George Roae of this county and of Austin Ballard Dr Joe HimsI died at his home near Million iost otlice in Madison county Ky on Thursday May LOth 1800 after a protracted illness The burial took place at tin family burying ground on Friday Rev K Forman assisted by Rev William Crow of the Presbyterian church Dr Hood was preaching the funeral the son of Pr Andrew Hood deceased of Winchester and was almut IS years old He graduated from Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia about the close of the war and located in the Brookstown vicinity this county alxmt twenty years married a Miss Million since ago which be resided aa above named on Tates Creek He was a good physician lisd a large practice and a great number He leaves a widow and two of friends children Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aanset instead of aa special occasions on- Â¬ ly as heretofore The Somerset land sales were a dead failure and the auction was discontinued after enough lots had been sold to prove that there was no enthusiasm among the bidders present The sale at Ashland Ky was a success The bidding was spirited and cOnspehV t ion for first class lots very great The sales ol Tuesday and Wednesday amount- Â¬ ed to a1out 148000 Michad Ryan was crushed to death by a switch engine on the L A X Railroad He was walking on the track and stepped from one track to another to avoid a train only to be caught by the engine By a vote of ft S to M the votorrs Char- Â¬ lotte X C have voted a subscription of 75000 to improve the streets of that city The Daily Chronicle says this will place Charlotte where she belongs the fore- Â¬ most city in the State Bhren Joachim Von Rose a wealthy iernian nobleman who has resided in Chicago for about twenty years is seek Â¬ ing a divorce from his wife Princes Fran cesea De WUdea to whom he married in Lmisville about seven years ago James Kllis who died in Casey aged 81 was the father of sixteen children fourteen of whom lived to manhood and He had eighty five twelve still survive grandchildren and nineteen great grand Â¬ children His wife is still living aged 78 IVputy Sheriti John Horn of Mercer naaanionedSS citizens of Beyle county to report immediately to the Circuit Court Judge at Harrodsburg to serve as jurors in the case of the State vs two Brothers named Noel charged with the murder of one Langfonl last March The negro Henry Smith who was drowned on the Favorite last week was found near the Yellow Rock Monday and an inquest was held It was too late to bury the body that day so it was fastened to the lwink but the river rose so that night that it got bxiseand was gone next BtatttfHUe Enterprise mi irning Â¬ protected that no husband of sny of my daughters may or shall hae the power to spend or appropriate the estate so as to dispossess my said children or any of them from the benefit of it In conclud- Â¬ ing he makes his wife executrix and says I desire her to be governed in the management of my estate by the advice of my friend John C Breckinridge but this optional with her All the parties directly interested in the will which was made aearly thirty five years ago are dead excepting a son and daughter of the testator It is understood that while nearly all of the personal property of the deceased not exceeding 120000 in value is located in Washington the reality is in Kentucky Â¬ Miss Lulu Bronstons Kindergarten school and Prof J B Harriss private school have closed RELIGIOUS The old Catholic church built at Lexington V yearsago wasstruckby lightening on last Saturday night and taking fire was damaged simX The prayer meeting tonjghl and morning service of the rlrthillllel church are both called in This is in view of the Commencemet exercises of the College The people of an Iowa town borrowed 120000 for a church and gave life insu rance on a number of meteham w Inch is to be applied on the debt as fast as death ensues The ceremony of consecrating the new Catholic church at Xew Hope took place Friday Rt Rev Bishop McClosky officiating Immediately after this Barries the Bishop administered confirmation to 125 persons The three lays annual meeting of the Id order of Dunkanls closed at Wabash I nd May 28 with the soup service and the ceremony of washing the feet Alxut 8000 people attended the meeting which was of religious character was derided that the nieinliers should not deal in lat- Â¬ ent rights The General Conference of the M K Church 8ontb at its session St Louis May 27 cleared off the calender closed up all its business and after three weeks of continuous and arduous lalior ad journed sine die The next ieneral Conference will lie convened on the first Tuesday in May ism The place of meet ing will be determined by a committee appointed for that purpose Xext Sunday will be childrens day at Mt labor Baptist church near Paint Lick Kverylxxly invited The debt has been paid and the churclt will be dedicated in September Kller J I Wills became pastor with a ikbt of 400 which has been canceled The church was also in a critical condition for want of har mony among its members but that has beea renewed This is good work for Mr Wills A session of Transylvania Presbytery was held at the First Presbyterian chur h in Richmond on Thursday last Mr Kldridge who had been studying at Hamplen Silney College Va presented a letter from the Presbytery of Roanoke and was ordained as an evangelist and Drs Forman Logan sent to Pineville and hnthaar Rev Crow Prof Willson and Mr II L White were the memliers of the Presbytery present To the Baptist Christian and Congre gational eh urches in the past seven week s there have been added about 7 3 members nearly all by confession Including the aseanbeta added to the BriarCreek church U miles from town ML The Cansherinad River church house was dedicate last Sunday the sermon being preached by Rev James Ingrain After the sermon there were 2 c n verts baptised into the church eWasnretBc Newt Yesterday the Metlnxlists of Kentucky celebrated in Russellville the centenial ol the first church of that denomination in the State It was in the vicinity of this interesting old town that Bishops As bury and McKendree in conjunction hell the first conference in the southern part of the State in 1814 The traditions of this visit of the two apostolic Bishops linger to this day LagBB county has furnished to Kentucky Methodism some of its most useful and distinguished min isters from Peter Cart wright to David Morton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Haadkerthieak souls of men be saved Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs We recommend that every congregr 40- - Ckooke Bennett Ubmston tion according to its ability contribute to The Supreme Court of Maine reversed the Mission work in these counties snd the decision of the lower courts in an to State Home and Foreign work and if original package case and deckled against possible to our church Kxtension Fund the prohibitionists the Judge of course At a meeing of the stockholders of the holding that the recent decison of the Jessamine County Fair Company last United States Supreme Court in the Iowa Saturday for the purjsise of forming a case settled the question permanent organization the following Briag Us Waal officers were selected for the ensuing Market price 100000 pounds year President W F Dickerson Vice Covington Arnold Bro President A H Jewell Directors J B 45- Embry Za k Chrisman John Blackford The Governor has ordered a special H C Rxlciibaugh J W Carroll The election in the Sixth District on June U Directors met Wednesday alternxin and to rill the vacancy caused by Mr Carlisles selected Harry McCarty as Secretary and promotion and resignation W R Welch as Assistant Secretary If you spit up phlegm and are troubled Janes L Simpson of the Farmers Kx change Bank was appointed Treasurer with a hacking cough use Dr J II Mo 40 5 The amount of stock already anbatribed Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm is in the neighlxirhood of 4000 Xtrho Pat Sullivan who killed Frank Armhaena aecrnf strong last summer at Lexington has been sentenced to nineteen years imprisonment THK LADIKS DELitillTED Gods name miy be gorified and the Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the sys- Â¬ tem which grow and are onrtrmed by neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthened Cordial and Blood Purifier by its tonic properties cures indigestion and gives tone 1 per bottle to the stomach 40 52 Womens pers at 48- Misses and Childrens C Slip- Â¬ - VORIES SCHOOLFIEIJ Lace Cartaias Our Lace Curtain stock is complete 4- 0- lrooke Bennett LrmsTon Collars and Chains have an excellent lot of collars collar anae chains back bands and other things for plow GEORGE W PICKKI I 4- Â¬ A beautiful line of Flannel Shirt at all prices VORIES SCHOOLKIELD Si Co 48- - Donelson has a quantity kies Surries oi new Sul Â¬ Crocpy suffocations night coughs and The pleasant effect and the perfect safety ladies may use the liquid fruit all the common affections of the throat with which and lungs quicklv relieved by Dr J II laxative Syrup of Figs under all condi40- tions make it their favorite remedy It is McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm rdeasirg to the eye and to the taste genThe support of the Imperial familr durtle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys ing the eighty one years of the dynasty liver and bowels cost Brazil the almost inconceivable sum Crowned paupers Richard Vaux elected to fill out Mr of 1154577066441 Randalls unexpired term does not live in and their prolific families come high the district which he is to represent The Ik you want to buv a Sulky Surrey late Mr Cox was the only other example Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for of this kind he has the latest best and cheapest Farmers Attratisn A fire proof pocket book is one of the We handle the Buckeye Mowers Reap- latest inventions It is probably intended ers and Binders the strongest and longest to prevent money from burning holes in life machine on the market and as light the pockets of the owners draft machine as is made We challenge Ice cream soda water at the machine world to show epjal results Z T RICECOS 45- taking into consideration the qualities Mrs May H Wright has been appointabove mentioned We have a large quan- Â¬ tity of binder twine which we will sell as ed 1ostmaster at Hopkinsville We cheap as can be bought anywhere 100000 Posada or Wool also have a number of Moline tongue and We want 100000 pounds of wool One man bought tongueless Cultivator Covin ton Arnold Bro to merit your 45five We shall endeavor Congressman Paynter introduced a bill Respectlully patronage for a 100000 public building at MaysW C FlTzrATRlCK Co 5I 52 Â¬ Â¬ 5Â¬ and A 48 mot able and Buggies of the new and at ery popular figu5- - ii - nobby line of Straw Ha S- - aanael VoRIEs HOOLFIELO COs Old people sutler much from disordera of the urinary or- are alw gratified at the wo J 11 McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm in banishing their troubles One Dollar per bottle 4 Look at our Men Women and Chil- Â¬ drens Shoes 4S- VORIES SCHOOLFtSLD Co Iashnere Ombre We have the novelty of the season in cashmere ombi 40- - Crooke Bennett Lrmston Vol will have no ue for specUi 1 you use Dr J II McLeans Strengthen Â¬ ing E and scum which accumulates on the eye subdues Inthtmmation cools and soothes - weak the irritated ner and failin 40 yp f Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ ville While intoxicated Sunday at Nashville Wm Kinney swore he would kill the first GO TO man he met Walking up to William Thompson he plunged a knife into the The wet weather is over and the ground latters heart will be dry enough to plow bv the middle In the mean time drop in of next week LOST and buv your collars hames trace chain On the streets of Richmond Monday a c back bands plow lines large red bill book containing 115 A GEORGE W PICKEL 42- reward of f 25 will be paid to the finder by The Odd Fettvwa are preparing for the leaving same at Climax office biggest kind of a celebration at Pari uth Harlin Garrett it ol June Mansfield King the self confessed murAprsa tissds derer and all around criminal in jail at Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron Clayton Mo for horse stealing has been identified as Wells the Denver bank 10b Goods Irmsj ber who forced cashier Moffatt to give 40- - Crook e Bfnnftt him 21000 in cash last spring Joe Noel was lound guilty of manThe Consumers Leaoue a sugges- slaughter by a Harrodburg jury and sent tion for concerted action by shoppers to to the penitentiary i year- relieve the hardships of saleswoman will be contributed by Mary Gay Humphreys Cotton Lisle thread and silk ho to the number of Harpers Bazar to be Ladies and Misses published June 6th Thomas Wentworth ft Iumm Higginson in the same number will point 40- Crooke Bennett Logan county by a majoriy of over Soo ant to women the encouraging prospect for the equalization of salaries in the refused to repeal her prohibition law educational profession and Kate Stephens Frecii entiy accidents occur in the will explain in detail what A Chance for household which cause burns cut sprains College Graduates there is in the Euro- and bruises for use in such cases Dr J pean Fellowship offered by the Associa- - H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has tion of Collegiate Alumna- to women for many years been the constant favorite graduates it family remedy PLOWING Advice to Holhrrt tpshaaldatways MnWrniowS waea eauam sn eatanff ssstfc Hi quit steep ss a sad the little cherab awskesaa feosb button so taMe It it is soothes pain rc i v cn Dow na lstne Known rasas tltj flwut UvrhillttetnFuinlljiU Awemy UTe wnauH s and parties at greatly re 7T R nak J II- - For cent- a vial It Cared Brignl s do Si is fedwfll to certify that Kv I had Bri This wa- - someti very feeble health Smiths Kidney better health than JAM by W G ist Richm w in I nave years HENDR1 Pi White ow ANNOUNCEMENTS JAM REARY is EMsa from Kci - tnct of c the Daasocru r 40 Â¬ The Grand Lodge of Missouri Odd Fellows adonted after a hot debate a resolu- tion to exclude all saloon keepers from the order and to recognize no petition for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kxecutive Committee of the Christian churches of Madison and Kstill counties T S Bronston Chairman J D Hamilton Union R C White Mt Baa Sidney Bogie Corinth Win Willis Pond W H Sale Flatwoods J D Goodloe tilale Roliert Jennings Kirksville P Smith Mt Pleasant L Z Taylor Antix h X B Howard Bethel J T Henderson Speedwell W D Lewis Red Lick J A Lng Salem James Li key Ford J F Hrguely Bnxikstown KitoM ESTHi COWBT1 Â¬ John Congleton Corinth Â¬ J James Â¬ Moores Station Camp M Klliott White Fields Andrew Richardson Beaver Pond Albert Easter Mt Tabor A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wm Wilms John Hill J T Henderson Resolutions adopted at the last meet ing of the co operation meeting Rtlrtd That the best efforts of the Christian people of the counties of Madison and Kstill lie put fort to advance the jo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wen-marrie- -- Â¬ - -- cause of Missions not only in these coun-ti-but in the general work of having the gosKl preache1 according to the com mission of our Savior P L CrvNiNoiivM Chmn We feel profoundly grateful to our Heav enly Father for the continued mercies which have been ours during the seven years in which we have leen working as a Co operative body and for all the good which has been done bv us and through us we give him the glorv On motto is Go Forward and we be-Â¬ lieve tqat we ought to do better work and more of it in the future than we have ever done in the past We recommend to the Congregations of Madison and Es-Â¬ till counties that they meet on every lords Day to break bread and for prayer and mutual edification We recommend that the churches of the two counties continue the employ an Evangelist for as as much of the time as the funds raised will justify and also ask thst our State Board assist us as far as may be deemed wise njil prudent in our work especially in Estill county assist- Â¬ ing us with not less two meetings by one of their lest evangelists That each con Â¬ gregation organize a Sunday school and prayer meeting and give diligence that t wo auxilirries to Christian growth and liviug be well maintainWe further reeommenl that our churches which are not able to employ a an evangelist all of the time shall com- bine to locate an Evangelist among them two or more co operating together and that the Evangelist so employed shall give his time to building up the emigre- itoiifc in tvtrv tWaKftiitK mtei tlitr K Â¬ - Mrs V R Brasfield died in Lexington ELI of cBclt last week The Ladies Christian Aid Society of county Kirksville will give a Strawberry Supper membership in the fature from men who Everyon Thursday evening June 5th sell whisky body invited JI Money the root of all evil would be - have nomThe prohibitionists of Teauseless in case of cholera without Gan cholera cure It is inated a candidate for Governor ters magic chicken Brooks RichDKl NKKWKSS warranted by Stockton LIUIOK HABIT In all it mond Ky the w orld there is hat Oae fare NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Dr Hiiines lioldea Sperifir ki Republican primary In the Pula It ran In- - nivfii in a up of tn or coffee Shadoan beat W A Morrow for county without Hit- - kaovledn sd tin- person takina lire d in it tll I Hag a sieely ami ieruiaiient Rem attorney I63S to 054 Whether tlie iatleiit is moderat- - ilrmker ul n Ky an alcoholic wreck Thousands f tlrunkanls at Richmond The Motel of the Fature have leen eure1 who iae lakei the Golden Manx Specific 111 their itr-- without their knowi Green M Edmund Gosse the English critic gives iDd to ilay think the unit iliinkinu ol Baxter Mrs M then nun free will No harmful efl it W m his reasons in the Forum of June for be suits from its administration t nres tiiaiaii Brton C II lies im that the novel ol the future willnot lead Head loreirealai and full parueulan Ballard Mrs Sue 111 onrtiliiihen set in lii Alilr 17 He gives the school of io Kie st Ciiii inmtti u be realistic Kennedv Miss Belle Barnes Wm Brooks Mr- Ella Zola credit for having killed forever the An Indiana man has been awarded a Burns Mrs Bridget Martin W D excesses of the old fashioned story but pension because of injuries received by Clark Mrs Kannie Miller Mis Francis the realists he contends have reached the being thrown from a mule during the war Canidv Willie Martin Rev H L On one side limit of their development Morgan Zachariah Estill Iladen WOOL Pox Mrs Amelanda v they have become gross as the French ten Clay and Russian novelists and on the other We want 100000 pounds of wool for Ferel B J Ren Garland Miss The novel which we will pay the highest market Gaines Robt side they have become insipid West Jack Covington Arnold k Bro future will pay more heed to the price of the White J B Green Miss Sue human instinct for mystery and beauty Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m 45- otter hours Mr losse writes an analysis of Zolaism In cases of Fever and Ague the blood Money order and r making an estimate of Zola whom he is as effectually though not so dangerously prompt 7 a m to 6 p 111 J B WILLIS pm calls the Vulcan among our later gods poisoned by the effluvium of the atmosa pleasant word for our Amer- phere as it could be by the deadliest poison and he has ican realists Mr James and Mr Howells Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fever Cure it will eradicate this poison from the svstem 4052- The Bank of Middle Tennessee located Fifty cents a bottle From a hitching post in Lancaster on liBuy your Clothing from Saturday night a Dark Brown Mare at Lebanon made an assignment with q vears old and on one VORIES SCHOOLrlELD Si Co 48- abilities about 90 coo and assets 65000 hind ot Liberal reward for mare or Notice to Gas toaeaners Ice Cream Soda Blue Lick Saratoga information lead N A JI 40 5 Under the rules of the Company all at DINELLIS arj Ky it pipes put in buildings must be of standard Wall Papers sizes and tested in the presence of the Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pa- ALL RECORDS BROKEN Superintendent or Foreman of the Compers in town pany before gas will be turned on or the Crooke Bennett Lrmston 40- With the change of time taking effect meter set Consumers are requested for May iS is will buy a glass of Blue Five cents their own protection not to pay bills for gas fitting unless accompanied by a cer- Lick or Saratoga ice cold or a glass of Ice The Solid Vestibule 49 j tificate frosn the Gas Company showing Cream Soda at Dinellis OF THE that this rule has been complied with local and travelling salesÂ¬ Wanted The testing is witnessed by the Company men to sell Lubricating Oils Apply for and the certificate furnished on applica- terms to The Dieterichs Oil Co Clevetion without charge Respectfully land Ohio A E BO A RDM AN The Dieterichs Oil Co 50 51 Will be schedui ie best President 51 2 r ottered and quick Waal Waited between the George Francis Train made his trip 100000 pounds by Covington Arnold around the world in 67 days 15 hours and Bro 45- 3 minutes beating Nellie Blys record Ice ci earn Try Z T Rice Cos about 5 days soda 4Grass Land Far Beit Bro want Covington Arnold I have several pastures of excellent grass 45- 100000 pounds of wool land four miles from Richmond on the If your kidneys are inactive vou will Union City pike for rent till January 1st feel and look wretched even in the most Never failing water 1891 The finest train in America equipped with cheerful society and melancholy on the an Elegant Dining car Service runs Mrs S P Chehallt 5- 1Dr J H McLeans daily between jolliest occasions The Directors of the Richmond TermiLiver and Kidney Balm will set you right St Louis Cincinnati nal Co at their meeting in New York again One Dollar per bottle 40 53 authorized the increase of the capital stock AND KM fileres to 70000000 New York Boston Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid For Sale Three thoroughbred short- Gloves ever in VIA THE ton Every pair guaranhorn bull calves and 2 purebred Poland teed Crooke Bennett Lrmston China boars ready for service We want 40- also to buy 10 or 15 mare mules 14 hands Birnam Si Hume are agents for first a to 3 years old to 1 Landing passengers at Grand Centr class insurance companies Try them G J White Son tion in the heart of New Y it from 333-which point street cars and elevated rail Â¬ AlThe Democrats were successful in roads can be taken to any part of th Thinks Valises and Imbrellas at exandria Norfolk Richmond Lynchburg No change of cars o Boston The South Â¬ Vories Schoolfield fc Cos western Limited makes direct connection Danville and Petersburg in the municipal 48with through election Our Ice Cream machinery is run by a in Cnion Depotssouthern cities trains ben all western and steam engine and the crearo is frozen very When you are constipated with loss of in any quantity Absolutely no Ferry Transler appetite headache take one of Dr J H hard Families supplied S DINELLl at the lowest rates JTM The most complete Vestibuled McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pellets Trains on the American Contin 49 5 They are pleasant to take and will cure daily between you Cool your thirst with ice cold Mineral 35 cents a vial 40 5 CINCINNATI CHICAGO Last year the railroads of the Cnited Water at DINELLIS Every kind kept on ice day and night 49 52 Stotes kilIc1 S82 Peron nd nured j Ask for TICKETS BIG FOUR Fresh bread always on hand 26309 -- via the- Z TRICE CO 45- Get Smiths Diarrhaa Cordial and save D your lite as you can t always get the Highest market price for 100000 lb doctor in time Price cents Sold by of wool rG G White Drugg 5i 6 11 LIST OFLETTERS Mare Stolen Â¬ Trains Â¬ Â¬ Big Four Route - NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST s- Tie Mi Â¬ Â¬ 4t ta4 kkteaU Â¬ ilOOn a T Ths Aaasrictn Bagla arc DONT Boat M e ELAME the wortd THE WORLD OVER EAT1NO Â¬ bsoi Um tborns It has been proposed lately to ment the tip e Oar that breaks hi Mom m be all sw ahlae wfcca tt close We oas not hope to always meet with fortaaea brmgwttfctt a t hard to bear may The barled seed most rot tn earth ere it pro- 4bm the flower Aa4 the weak plant to fructify moat have both So ati au to ani ahwawr rata derelopawnt cross aim w1Vd -- And rtow trials and Ttast may tsashw swn The BBwhSSj 11 a a aalre be of Sunt- pair si BSSJBJBJBajBBj 1 Thhats list llinj snraihal atm inn 1 sIt aj twas Heavea desisted them Aad we shouM clasa tUem all as good and take heat aa we find tbem Little we taw or this brief life and nothing of lt s assss Then le u tine In bumble trust all that may seem oneqaaL Go 1j way are not our ways aad Be should aorta Ir be trusted In His pood time will surely Allfaat - w- be adi A irkrs Bay New Zealand News CASE OF BLUFF ITno- - dred bollan at roker little p atno of draw played at one of the hotels in Denver has been a subject of interest to semi sports lato- ajro Times Theplayers were prominent men one a loading and v ilorado whose aajrnrc lias only recently assumed alder- ns one a Congressman from Georgia and the third a scion of ton aristocracy of New Orleans A three dr was ajTreed to A tomb waa engaf i end office hours ar- were to begin playing at raiMf asac oclock in the afternoon and quit promptly at ten Lunch was served in the room and a new deck was to be used for each I limit was plaoed at 100 but it was optional with any one of the trio to declare the limit off at any time The first days play resulted in favor of no one particularly but the very rst hand dealt on the second afternoon found two Bets of threes and a four flush out The blonde from New Orleans had three and knew so worth what they were he opened her up for 8100 The big fellow from Colorado had the same f a temper and promptly knocked INGENUITY OF TRAMPS off the limit by depositing 8500 worth of ivory on the taMe Our Conrrcs Vataaa Genial Gentleaien Invent Mart man with the anxious face look Schemes ti Work the Inwary Fanner emu but had not dreamed of any Mack The tramp - no fool remarked a eats bo he saw v at was going oa Nankin township farmer when th9 N did not improve draw Mr attar vaa under discussion the othor thing bat looked as expn last years base ball The Colorado man day to a Detroit Free Press reporter mn got was Whats your experience with him asked no hundred An averriLfe of three a day come Mr I H rn iut as a lonj to ray plie0 was the reply 00 Bsade tt M The Georgian and it k eps tiie whole family busy b good and raised tbotif- He uswd Mr X laid his cards to tell him from other folks uand food as a fire sufTerer or down on Use table other unfortunat but he has some- Â¬ Is my paper good gentlemen thing to beat that now For instance tainly was the reply well dressed man dropped in on us In a moment more a check for S5000 the other forenoon and wanted to buy lay on the table The silence was saddening Cattle were not very high that the farm He looked it over exam- Â¬ and four ten spots were quiotly ined my deeds beat me down w00 down The Congressman from and then left for Kniamaoo to get the Georgia thought so too and his beauti money He got dinner supper lodg-Â¬ ful flush joined the discards Mr X ing and breakfast out of us free for he coolly raked i pot and passed was only a tramp Three days later his Land over to me lie had three a fellow came along- asked BM to set duces him out a M ent dinner and when through eating said he wanted to make A CHICKENS DEVOTION a confidant of me He to k tne out to the ban and informed ne that a friend The Tragic End of a Faithful of his buried Loral Into Death 210 i in gold in m Many a time has the fickleness of hu Â¬ orchard ten pears aro Ths man man nature boon put to the blush by permission to d ind would alty of a dog or a horse give me T2ft to aid bias1 the ui Hut rarely has it occurred wo are sure And you found Um money1 that a chicken has found itself nnable He hung alxiut for two days al Â¬ to live without its master and has de ways contriving that I should do uo mit suicide rather than of the work and then siined away to live in lorn lineal indent of e h ard of no more Even wh n a urnal Bga rolls up to the jate and a bo ful lowing tragic story of a man gets out we are not sure Iloudan variety of whether he is a w ind mill agent or a his brother had made a pot He tramp aiting a BM A iI -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ow a Cool Man Won Twenty Two regular army of the United Butes with a representation m metal of the bald eagle which is the eiubleii of our re-Â¬ public The staffs of regimental standard now terminate with a pike The eagle has already done duty in this way upon the standards of otlier nations and particularly Rome and France The American eagle however is of different variety from the eagles of France and tri Roman republic It is an Amer ican variety the bald or white headed variety The ordinary name of the bird is a It is not bald but simply misnomer white headed the feathers on the bead and neck of adult specimens being snowy white The honor of first naming this bird as the emblem of the United States belongs to John 1 Aodudon the naturalist whose name will forever be associated with our bird life He called the bald eagle tlie Washington eagle because he said Washington was brave as the eagle is Like it too he was the terror of his enemies and his fame extending from pile to pole resembles the majestic soarings of the mightiest of the feath ered trine If America has reason to be proud of her Washington so has she to be proud of her great eale The bald eagle with wings extended or displayed proper as it is called in heraldry was made the emblem of the United States in the year 17 Benjamin Franklin did not approve the choice Tho bald eagle he declared was a very evil disposed bird who would not earn an honest living but got his livelihood by violence deceit and He did not consider such a rapine creature a worthy emblem of a people who had vnliently driven out of their country all kingly hi id of prey Franklins critical judgment did not It is true as he declared that prevail the ball eagle lives chiefly by violence and theft swooping down upon the os prey and snatching from this industri ous bird the fish that it has just caught But the eagle on occasion can take fish out of the water with great skill The easrle - moreover a bird of dig nity a well as of bravery and beauty and its strong attachment to its young and to its home certainly recommends it as an A merican emblem Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ornaof the flagstaffs used rn the How to Jadge of the Kind and AMonat RADAMS of Food Required One of the most interesting papers read before the American Public Health association at its recent meet- Â¬ ing was that of Prof A O Atwater director of the Agricultural Experi Microbe Killer AT Miff Yes AHEAD HEBE Wl WITH BRIGHT CLOTHING Boots Siloes meet Station What a man should eat is not a mat ter of precise computation It may Hi dps Â¬ One of tho best vary from day to day rules is that a person should oat as much food as he feels he need not as A celebrated phy- Â¬ much as he wants sician laid down this rule for his pa- Â¬ Eat what you want all you tients This is in want and when you want direct opiosition to ordinary dietary rules and yet if one live regularly and temperately these rules might suffice POWERS HAMS 100 Main St Richmond Ky Also a full line of the purest and freshest GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Largest Variety and Better Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and were in the front of Spring and were ahead of Goods em all BESTS nJENISHINU GOODS FOR THE Nearly every person of mature age can tell what food agrees and what disagrees with him and it is obvious that he should abstain from eating whatever is disagreeable to his taste or his physical well being says Frank TTiat Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES IKUFUMERY BI1DSI1ES SOAFS Ax m Summer Season It is with extreme gi announce the opening of We entered ti STOCK nalize the coming season i a in its magnitude should nidik a v the history of all opening succeeded berond our expec The goods are now in ind pi shelves We can sasssi v selection of we DEPARTM ENT IS FILLED NEW GOODS Leslies Illustrated New spaper The American people need better cooking and would be benefited by moderatios in eating The recent multiplication of fancy candy stores ice cream saloons and similar attractive resorts for women and children reveals tho tendency of the American people ex travagant as they are in all thir indulge too freely iu luxuries that debilitate and weaken the strongest constitutions If parents would place greater restrictions on the eating of candes dainties cakes and creams the rising generation would be stronger physically and mentally and if adults would learn to restrict the craving for rich foous and the tendency to stuff the stomach the death rate would show a marked decrease Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD c Latest Styles HEBB Youre COME Guilt and SEE US TOO G Ladies style- - Shoes Just STATIONERY cliool I3oo1js A is Welcome is 5nf WHETHER 10 1 prici In all brought to this market cheaper Van were ever known We recotrii trade Our line of A A ONE ARMED PRINTER j competent Pharmacist to compound prescriptions COVINGTON 29 W Iain Street Near Hotel Glvndon MITCHELL Ladies 3 Shoes in all Styles B Made especially for us bv Flglss Philadelphia Also recoiniiii j and demands of the people for a 2 and S250 LADIES SHOE We Typo A Who Makes Good Wages with One Hand one armel printer is as much a POWERS Si ccessors 39 29 HGN We have added to this line style and durability has no eijual have the largest stock of curiosity as the armies man who dex- Â¬ terously handles a knife and fork with his toes to C E Smith Mens Our Spring Styles Are ITow Heady Boys Shoes There passed through Cincinnati reÂ¬ cently such a wonder and he worked a few days as a sub in the Knquirer His name is Harry Penrod he office is 27 years old and hails from Washington where he learned the trade on the Republican Ienrod six years ago went out on a trip West and while gone lost his left arm in a railroad accident Only a short stump extending but a few inches from the shoulder remains Nothing disheartened fcjp a misfortune that would have rendered most men helpless Ienrod set to work to munae the intricacies of hs craft with one hand and he suc- Â¬ ceeded so well that he now sets as big a string as the best printer and he justifies hi- - own matter and does it well In setting type Ienrod places the stick on the easw in front of him and then nimbly shoots the typo into place working very rapidjy and with as apparent ease as a man witn two hands Penrod has worked as a sub on ail the great dailies of the country Â¬ Â¬ Billy Lumps Bay horse 15W hands hih foaled 1RS6 bred bv Steriinj Thornton Washington county Ky Sired by Lumps 3922 sire Your Careful Inspection Is Requested Â¬ will make the present season at my stables six miles from Richmond and 2l2 mies from Silver Creek 230 BILLY LUMPS 15 of Annie Dickerson paces 221 Lunette 2254 Bessie 22oJ4l Snooks Ever brought to this city price rai from z to 7 This is the best lir Give us a call can get anywhere buving elsewhere and be conviri so make special mention of our M F SHOES Childrens and Inian- - great abundance and yourintert guarded in buving them from stock of LOWSHOKS and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw not ready to buy call and examine Asatisfied this is the place stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fad made untiring ellorts in every line Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped At to Insure a Mars in Foal- 1 a coming out of Um AN bonne the young man brought with him - r of grain or of ban f s like and Houdaa pet acquired dlowing 1 about the place In a grove near the house there was a bench When the young man reached thi bench he invariably seated himself and the fowl jumping up by his fide pecked the food from his hand and was k Mad by leing stroked on the and hack ite a long n left home to e Tor the first day or two Uickcn seemed not to le incon kssa of its friend but 0TiESTiNC On- OLD MAN SSsi Ur Ha liw Aaanssa ii There is living in Ioliva laan old gentleman named William Recae who rn in Finland on June 11778 says the Medical Record He has sj-heaith the 1 llnciIril Yeirs Brea Trmni nile Hw only -- r a fev days come the fowl Rxmed to be it its f ri nd was not com- -- nd it was seized all at once an unconquerable melancholy It lingered morning after morning undoT the windows of the honso as if waiting for its master to como out Finally it betook Itself to the bench wisest it master had been accustomed 1 it and there remained its head Ultdis its wing alt end night It was useless to try to tempt it with food the chicken refused to look up wheal the most umptinghnnd t f grain or douh were throrm fcm before it Its eyelids were closed and lt intention to die of hunger was so nt that it was doomed merciful to kill it MAMMAS DABY BOY Hw ne Entertained tho I urnem oa a ltllway Train She was one of the most aggr women the broad Cnited fi produced V w yrk Tribune 6he bounced n lard a Pennsylvania railroad south lound train at Newark at he can recall bi ing slight attack of siatica a few years Um heaiiag is impaired but his I lit is still good and he can read without the aid of He was y temperate in every way having made it a rule to rise from tlie table unsatisfied and although lie is a Brettj DM his method is to go out on the porci tor a lew whiffi i -- and then return to hi- - seat at the fireHe is a very interesting old man side to talk with and st adily declines ah assistance but that of his cane in go- Â¬ ing about His father and grandfather re both said to have lived to be over a hundred years old and his mother also had paaaed the century line at the time of her death He has had live - all of whom eons and t livi d to mauiity but the special ttrength of constitution seems to have aeea inherit- - d only in the male line Of the sons but one is lead and he killed in the war while of the daughters three are dead WHAT BECOMES OF THE RACS Tliey Are Nearly All I ed in and makes a competent livelihood He GEORGE WILKES the si e of Lumps is the only one armed printer capable is the 5 of earning a full days wages at the stands sire of sixty five in the 3o list and to day in the estimation of all well case poated breeders the peer of any stallion ever foaled in America as a producer of Thrift in India trotters and his sons and daughters are The report for the last financial eagerly sought after by almost very breedyear on savings banks in India shows ing establishment in the United States how popular these institutions have VIDETTE a horse of remarkably fine become March 31 last there were size style and action has beer on exhibi6237 of these banks in India main- Â¬ tion thirty five times up to a 3 year old in tained by the government with 383 closely contested rings and los ng only one 471 accounts which earned interest honor Vidette won the first and highest amounting to more than 26 lacs and honor in the fall of 187s at St Louis in a ring of thirty three entries bejiting sixteen bad an aggregate balance of 76 2 Vidette was 67 rupees exclusive of less than live of Kentuckys best horses Ibc of government securities As com- Â¬ sired by Vindex the sire of more fine trotany ters and coach pared with the previous financial year other roadsters Kentucky horses than fan horse in Viidex was was an increase of 51896 depos- Â¬ Bloods Black Hawk be by Old Black there The iacraaaw of Hawk itors and N mks Vindexs dam was b Mambrino iita was 666ttCM rupees and of t hief ad dam by Downing bav M In re Â¬ ger withdrawals o6157U rupees 4S 3 JOHN C MILLER gard to presidency banks Bombay stands first with 16330 depositors during the ycir Calcutta second with 12320 while Madras hat- nearly 12 000 There has been a decrease on the whole in the depositors in these hanks in the last ten ytars but mean Â¬ The regular City election will take place time those in the postotiice savings on Saturday June 7 1S90 to alect Mayor innks have increased from 39121 in Police Judge and Councilmen from each their first fear 1882 83 to 311011 at of the four wards and the fodowing perthe present time so that there is on sons are appointed officers of laid election the whole an enormous increase in First Ward S B White Robert thrift in India during recent vears E T Burnam clerk Harris judges Thomas J Smith Jr sheriff The Isher that Iilnt Ish Second Ward Wm Green Henry It was in one of the big fashionable Hargis judges Claude Smith clerk Joe churches The haughty usher looked Bus h sherirl disdainful at the shabby-appearin- g raH Third Ward John Baughman Ike man little wo stepped W toward him and ivithout bestowiaaj a McCollum judge sheriff P Baxter eerk V T Edwards second glance raised an imperious FoiRTit Ward Joe EMitchell F L finger motioned forward and started Bybee judges II O Hortor clerk W pompously toward the amen rorn r The whole congregation noticed the C Biggerstaff sheriff Clerks will get Poll Books from City pompous usher stride down the aislo and a number thought his action rather Clerk the night before the election stange When he reached a joor un- Â¬ All officers are earnestly requested to desirable seat almit around a corner act and be at voting places st 7 oclock H C RICE the usher turned and motioned again promptly Police Judc K chnol Kv but the little BMM wasnt there 49 51 Tho usher looked a bit fo lcd as ho glanced over the congregation and he turned clear around again to see if the little man wisnt behind him And He had slipped into a he wasnt L Proprietor rear seat at the moment the pompous usher began his forward ma ch Li2ictcnc Stroct Cpp C 0 Ecpst Â¬ - Not responsible for accidents dam Lady Yides ebv PEDIGREE Vidette son of Vindex son of Bloods Black Hawk dam full sister to Richelieu bv Mambrino Chief 2 dam Betty B by Norman Jr son of Norman sire of Lulu 215 and May Queen 22c 3 jam Queen by Oliver son of the great four nnler Wagner 4 dam by Medock a thoroughbred GROOKL BENNETT 2 URMSTON Our Eat Stock is C DRY GOODS AND MERCHANT TAILORING ing of Stetsons soft Summer Knox stiff Hats recently received See what style olu are dandies New York papers say about addition to the above named yoonK we haent pace to ment you can get Laundn Woolen Sli Handkerchiefs Umbrellas N profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention Vfa We now bid you come a our attractive goods Attm that tell their own tale of eheapne s Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all -- The Square Dealing Honse WALLACE 44 BOGGS R Sccessors to Wallace i is BBsaaaaaaiaBMnnsF zm an nsBBanH f9 ELECTION NOTICE Cut Rotes on Saw Files ccHstrv V ft Hardware iSTOYBS t OIF I - riiasBBMSaaass FLAT MILL FILE Scents TAPER FILE iocents 6 FLAT FILE scents TAPER FILE S scents INCH TAPER FILE 4 cents We wre privileged by tike wtemtmetmrert of these Flics to reW exU nd this same turn ninj not proving entirely taiiefmctory guarantee to emr cueiomen and will return tho price paid 8 5 Â¬ INCH INCH INCH INCH Through Car Line From CINCINNATI la INDIANAPOLIS ST LOUIS and CHICAGO JssT Give em a trial For sale at the Privats Compartment HnAct ST finf ar Standard Wagner Palarr Sleeping Can and eleirant Krlininf Chair t rr on Night Train LuTiirioii Parlor and Cafe Cars on lay Trains Tinware IN TOWN fill fe7 KS Bill BnUl HJ3 RACKET STORE ONLY First Door Above Farmers Bank Richmond Ky ts I CONSIDERING THE FRIGE KY The Southwestern Limited THE HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE From CINCINNATI to W C FITZPATR1CK BUSH PERFECT CO Sb NEW YORK - FIN th- BOSTON PALACE HOTEL KLEIN LEXINCTON KY Elegint Dining Car Strvics on all Through Trails ILLHUFF RAM SBrNflHssBw ySkSBjlBME a W 5SVtSvtSsl fe through trains o the Hi Tinr Ront arc bTTEASI HaUTED ami VESTTntIEt bikI for yrril romfort an 1 safety the erTire In unexcelled B BBSS your Tichta raad sis BIG FOU ROUTE AU the Mana Fivo-year-o- iJ Â¬ A Chililinn Inference and took th car by storm When she had planttxl an unpromising infant in a vacant seat and arranged a wilderness of bundles with appropriate remarks which might have boon heard by the engineer across the tender and four coaches she seated herself by the child and began a continuous and distracting comment about papa and grandma and auntie which made all the passengers shiver and crane their nocks to see where the conversational blisxard came from Think youll kno grandma Charlie she vivaciously inquired Y nd dear Aunt Fanny Guess so Ma will Aunt Fannv need shaving as much as she did last sum- Â¬ mer You I you have a nioa urre laying with littlo Willie Corrigan next 0 -- Yo hot I will Ma has Willie got sod to fooi with as dear and Willie is ocb a ma- fellow I like to have mammas good littlo boy with him a os mustnt sry that Charlio Wont fmtnre of shoddy Housewives must often have won dered where all the rags gj to after they pass into 0m wagon of am one of aavaral hundred ragmen who pass through the alleys with their in jnoto ordbaf to the St Louis Globe Democrat These gatherers of oici rags tako them to warehouses where they are bought in bulk and then assorted by girls according to quality There was a time when most of the rags ware sent to a paper mill Now a very small pioportiou of rags are made into paper straw and clay being the chief ingredients Fine lin- Â¬ en paper so called is made of rags Ninety per cent of the rags collected go into the manufacture of shoddy of which cheap and ready made cloth- Â¬ ing is manufactured The stuff is now made tp into the brightest and most attrartive patterns and can only be told when new from wool by the ex- Â¬ pert and by exjieriencc with the r I heard to day of one shoddy mill located at Newark N J i has increased its capacity to pounds of shoddy per month and they have been running overtime for a month Shoddy is King say the wool men and this aecounts for the mercurial condition of the wool market gazing out of window what is that Fond mother A funeril d ar YYO Whats a funeral for F M A poor man has died and is going to be put in the gr und FYX What did iie die for It was Gods pleasure ho should die we must all die when it is God son Oil mamma pleasure Five minutes later Oh mamma here1 What a tot of pleas- Â¬ another funeral ure God is having to day Five-year-old Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Yi ntilatkd GOOD BAR ATTACHED oPLOWS PLOWS Imv the GALi CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we Lelieve is the beat plow made Buy it try it and you cant deny it We W also handle the Oscar G DDMartin CIKCINITATI O Murray Centrally Located 250 per Day DWiNS ROOM AND RATES 32 and Big-- How Long to Sleep Up to the fifteenth year most young people require ten hours and until the twentieth year nine hours After that eryoue finds out how much he or she requires though as a general rule at least six or eight hours is necessary Fight hours slee will prevent more nervous derangements in women than any medicine can cure During growth there must be ample sleep if the brain is to develop to its full extent and the more nervous excitable or preco Â¬ cious a child is the longer sleep should it get if its intellectual progress is not to come to a premature standstill or its life cut short at an enrlv age Tlie Olive Tree of an olive troo is usually twenty feet blt It is sometimes as high as fifty feet and it reaches an CityLotsforSale Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLINE TONGUE AND ToNGUELESS CULTIVATORS 1 Injun Plow And ii you Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Is the best made we carry a large stock of them Deering THE BEST Binder THEY ARE That is the Kind ol Machine for the Farmers to Buy REMEMBER that I I bought them to sell brated DEERING BINDER TWINE Bakery j I have a few lots on Fifth Street ready for PHle These lots are beaut i fully located 011 high ami gently roll In ground and are considered by ev erylxidy as bing the liest located ol any in the city for rexiden es Persons who wish to build nice houses wiil do well lo ex inline hese lits I will only plxce a few on the market at present I bare a plot of the grouud at Dr Poyntzs office 40- WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS EAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets ot Joe S Boggs says that he has been running a DEERING BINDER for four and it has not cost him a cent for repairs BJ Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and it is doing good work vet will have a car load Of these sia fojt DEERING MOWERS dont forget it I iiave just received a car load of the cele- Our Diiiing room is now open and meals are bein served at all hours All the varieties and the years best of everything that the rnark- ets aftonl Our Bakery can be made in a bakery Is turning out FRESH BREAD 0AKS8 and evervtliin t Â¬ - T S BRONSTON- - And everything necessary lo hitch up darling one of tbem big fly The height Executrix ttotice All claims against the estite of Harvey Parrish deceased must be presented to me properly proven and verifiec according to law by the first day of Sotember 1890 or they will be barred and all notes and account due said estate must be paid at once at First Nitional Bank of Richmond Ky Cinda D Pakkish Exrx 49 51 Â¬ cakes ma An line a cake bed the Broad ere wasnt a man among Its cargo of frantic humanity whoso abkgors had not twitched from H with the longing to a and Charlio thrmgh the near- ijag but ctkos -- sad all The Mercer County Medical Society devoted the bettor part of its session In HfclKi X J to tho examination of a colored citisen with He is about forty throe tI and the examination proved this heart like that found in some of the lower animals Ho has wonderful control orer these two organs and to show his powers caused his hearts and pulse to ae beating for sixty seconds Ho elairs tlT bis moilier dwvv rod his heart when ho was about six oaths old The M Ds consider it one A Man wltli a Double IIrsit asssjastioa fn m phyaiaiMBs amount of con sumption among the residents Local F more and more infectious nature ing increaeed - Interesting statistics gathered by a prominent English physician indicate that consumption i6 very greatly promoted by a damp soil and its presence even to the extent of table drainage baaa introduced researches of other ph including the well- known Dr Ilowdteb of Massach eonnrmtlrs conclusion and det rmine nl of moi turo in the soil fiÂ¬ Wagon HARNESS s BEST MACHINES O I JL Call and sec me next door to the Post Office O - k 000000 and France 7000060 gallous of oil annual ly The tree dooB not vegetate readily beyond 2000 feet altitude or 45 degrees of latitude Gfeantic Teeth A almost fabulous ne One lately destroyed at Beaalied had a rocordod age of five centuries and was thirty six feet in circumference The olive tree is exceedingly prolific under cul- Â¬ tivation the fruit yields about 70 per cent of its weight exclusive of kernel in oil Italy is said to produce Vi HANDLE ALL KINDS OE Farming and Garden Implements AVE Aad the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and M0WEPS We keep on hand lor inspection a number of WAUOv the best ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes IMI Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society DP GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY POPE Fresh Bread Furnisheti ty on short r notice i rJArvfK who has done lifteen vears o vice and knows precisely what to do and how to do it orders n 1 a I it- Organized 1874 Assets 5675040 1 LYMAN PARB1SH W B CUNNISOnAM Hew livery and Sale StaUB at BlaetocnUi oentory woatders TrrriBe Koree of the Want During a terrific stor n recontly the nt Tillamook Koek on tb coast says the spi ay the lamp chim Â¬ ney 150 f sea level while piece of basalt sixtytwo pounds in weight was lodged on tfce roof of his house uo feet from the sea gentleman arrived at Palatka Fla the othor day having in his pos- Â¬ session a tooth weighing over six We have erected a new and commo-Â¬ pounds which was taken from the bed dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of of Peace creek in South Florida It 3rd and Irvine streets K cliinonil Ky looked ngod and its enamel was near- Â¬ aod ask the public lo give us a trial ly gone from the wear of the wster Four weeks ago a similar tooth was HORSES HITCHED OR FED discovered and sent to the Smithsonian Institution It weighed twenty six AT REASONABLE RATES 8addle pounds and the scientists at the Inati- - bones hordes and buggiui hired at low tuHon pronounced it to be of an e- - rates C XMXGUAM16 15 FABBiSH tinct species of the elephant L - BfTin RoofEng a Specialty Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will suit you IAS E CANTR1LL Presideut z THOMSON BasmU Da S F GANG Med Director Dk C W HARDIN Geo A t Calls attention to its Lnvel Premium Plan of Ineuranceand liberal terms of Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up in uranre given at the end ot espet laucy of I re thus providi disability clause old except for fraud or uon pay ment I premium iu No age Policies Incontestable restriction as to residence travel or occupmioii policies non forfeiiable after three annual Davmeut- - iV 1 BICE CO Tas Sjada Bark J Shop key bis and For Sale or Rent situated on a good comer lot in Ellis ton Ky known as the Hogau j H H COL1 t- Turnpike Notice d of W C FITZPATRICK aj Main Street Richmond Ky i CO I desire to sell or rent privately the A n election icr officers of the Richmond large two story and Barnes Mill turnpike wffl be h STORE HOUSE SimnWs Shop near Pond Church in Saturday June 7th 1890 at 10 oclock a m Stockholdc 44- votk - t tue bent bar done wUb K H FARMER