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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4i I jZj -- rJ-TSM VOLUME IV WOMAN IN THE f RANKa Â¬ IVrB 1 B1 I --J RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1890 DISHONEST Who Were I fiSawanfia isSrjfii Ha ij-j8uDiaatu-iT- rA i if ie NUMBER r 23 AVIIECKED IX A FOG A Shocking Railroad Disaster Noar Florence An A Pa wliil Wore Saved contained the details of a veritable romance Prof Gilbert Thompson who The British torpedo cruiser Serpent A collision ociirrcd on tho Imnsyl- on his fathers side is descended from has foundered off tho coast of Spain at road near Iloronco la shortly a private Revolutionary soldier also a point twenty miles north of Cape Fin iday morning claims descent from a private soldier on istorro Out of a total of 250 persons on ns ot his mothers side this soldier being Deboard only throe were saved The Seris HI Hag tan p borah Sampson Gannett Herein lies pent went on the rocks during others Than the romance In an affidavit made by on Monday night A heavy a storm mist KiUeA- - Henry I Mil her when sho relinquished her invalid prevailed at Mrs S II An- - pension and received the benofit of aster Owing the time of the disto the violence of tho AVasliinfr- - the act of Congress passed March IS storm it was impossible to send 11 K olanov and riJ - follows Doborah assistance from the shore Tremendous a very sovrrely rkit Gannett of Sharon County of Nor- seas swept the decks of tho doomed vesusly folk District of Massachusetts makes sel carrying away group after group of Lon internally oath that she served as a private soldier the unfortunate men on board Tho Boffaiaa Hous under the name of Robert Shurtloff in news of the wreck was conveyed Cor liieks of lrovi- - the war of the Revolution for upwards runna a distance of sixty mile3 to over rioSM Mrs M V Kel- - of two years in the manner mountain roads Tho Serpents comfollowing nd alighlla J IJ Hill Enlisted in April 1761 in tho company plement was 170 officers and men Tho la internally injured so- aided by Captain Ceo Webb in others on board were going out to reMillor Allegheny City tho Massachusetts regiment commanded lieve men now on ships on the African is Henry McCormick by Colonel Sherpcrd and afterwards by station rious Dr Colonel Henry Jackson and served until -- HOW IT WORKS tlj hurt Mrs Wioble November 17VS when she was honorTlio accident was ably discharged in writing which disFartlcnlars of a Cae of I nous of the Face e heavy fo which charge is lot She was at tho capturo Treated l lrof Kochs Method ntcd th rnpineer from seoinjj of Cornwallis was wounded at Tarry The following particulars aro pubin time tostop histrain town and now receives a pension from lished of a case of lupus of the face in section of tlie Western express ited States In January lTj J Frankfort which Dr Libhortz has boon i Pullman rice pen and day she petitioned the Legislature of Mastreating by Prof Kochs method Six It - known as train No J At sachusetts and stated that from hours after the injection of tho lymph rg the Washington sleeper was zeal for the good of her country sho the temperature of tho patient rose to M nd section is known was inducrd and by tho name of over 104 F and the pulse at 122 At midTnposod of bag- - Robert Sa artleat did on May night the fever abated the soresswelled rs and mail curs It runs 20 173 enlist as a soldier in tho Conti tho heads of the lupus ulcers became itely lx hind No TiiO first nental service for three years in the light yellow and frt m them exudod a U due at New Florence at iH Fourth Regiment was mustered in on serous liquid After thirteen hour H was 0 when the train the 23d of the same month was wounded began to form Wednesday the patient tion Tlie fog was so and continued in the servico until dis- was free from fever and the ulcers that tho engineer did not charged by General Knox at West wore covorod with scabs similar to those signal in tho towor Point 5 1788 In accordance on a person recoving from an oruptivo - he had passed Ho then with this petition a resolution fever or from eczema Tho doctor inwas and went hack for his orders passed January 19 1792 signed by John tends to inject more lymph when tho I ahead slowly In tho Hancock and she was paid thirty four scabs fall A medical correspondent of an of No had gone pounds the note bearing interest from tho Tsgeblstt reports that in a case of lung disease tho patient complained of He has not been October i glial No T 177 The Female Review m since and it is supposed ho published in 179i gave her a very pains in the knee which were regarded ark far enough to lengthy notice and bore testimony to as proof of the tuburculous nature of tho disease and that an injection of lymph tion as the enjrino her heroic conduct and unblemished ne crasliinjr into the Wasti was made in the back which was folcharacter lowed by considerable swelling of tho ng it THROUGH A TRESTLE knee joints Ustaaeeaf from ten to t eper caught fire and Four Rllld Nearly a Hundred Injured KILLED SIX some of W horn Will Ilc destroyed Tho Aobetes r was thrown from tho Shortly after half past 0 oclock Wed The Sixth Itelng lMmwlr Iln lleslde Ills Murdered Wife a Jealous Farmer bat not badly damaged Tho nesday night the overland Seuthern PaJoins Her followiag the collision was ex- - cific passepfer train Southbound went The niot horrible tragedy in the anin the extreme The passengers through a long trestle over lake Labish nals of Fulton County was enacted at five miles from Salem Ore pa iii stricken and in their Tho trest he windows and crawled tle must have fives away as soon as the Ftica 111 Phillip T Smith a farmer A quickly as possible tho engine struck it and the train and tres- sixty years of ago had for some time rs an the unfortunate Biscay tle went down together The engino been jealous of his wife aged fifty 1 verturned and half buried in the years Mrs Smith had been absent It vas found that two from home attending a sick daughter-in-lakilled outright and eleven mud and follow ing this were the tender On her return Smith at mail baggage and express curs smok m riousiy injured l four of the injured it is ing ear and t jurist sleeper Engineer onco began to quarrel and throwing her to the tloor severely will die hey were conveyed John McFadden fireman Tim Neal - In the vicinity and every thing and an unknown man was killed Tho choked her Mrs Smith got away lose to relievo their suffor- - first class day coach which was saved from him and ran into the yard Smith from going over by alighting with tho seized a Winchester rifle and followed front end on an old troo was broken off her firing four shots into her body Blrchsll Hang si about even with the trestle The seats When she fell Smith wont back into tho Rirchall was hanged at Wood- - in tho car were every one broken to house exchanged the gun for a rovolver the murder of Tred splinters and tho partitions in the car and returned to tho side of his wifes February He was dc- - were broken into kindling wood Then body Ascertaining that she was dead i in six minutes He walked followed tho smoker the seats in which he laid down by her side placed tho w with his usual domoanor were nearly all broken Next was tho muzzle of the revolver in his mouth id and college Mr chum tourist sleeper in which were some and blew out his brains Smith was a f accompanied twenty five or thirty passengers Montreal Of most desperate character for years no holding one of his this number only fhroe were unin- less than four men have been killed by - from Montre- - jured Next was the Pullman him n a Prince Albert coat car Alatia with seventeen passengers ParatoUd un desire wore a and only three escaped without injury A large number of foreign doctors flx- - Tho next and last car was the Pullman irt to facilitate the went Sunday morning to Dr Lorys pri tipulated that Rosoburg in which were fifteen passen- vate laboratory in Prentzlauer strisso torched shirt and gers Only four of these escaped with Berlin where Dr Levy exhibited a num laa t on his slight bruises In the smoker and day ber of patients cured of tuberculosis coach every sert was oceapied Tho The Boer en Courier states that there He Thiwad Out Dvnamts mail express and baggage ears over are 1500 foreign doctors already there Duluth Minn that a turned Tho total number of deaths The supply of Prof Kochs lymph has the Thompson road frcm the accident will probably reach been temporarily exhausted Prof Ihluth was blown into as high as ten as many have sustainc d Koch has suggested that the remedy bo A man what it is feared will provo Mrio by dynamite called paratoloid in prescriptions to a can of dyna- - ternal injuries The body of a tramp be handed to chemists It is stated to thaw out It was taken out of the wreck making four that a bill will be presented to tho killing him instantly dead recovered Reichstag to grant 1000000 marks to ircbiidrea were severely lrof Koch NEWFOUNDLAND SENTIMENT of them having Th Lous of th- Serpent n Tho house caught Strongly In Favor of Annexation to the Tho wreck of the British cruiser SerI lilted Slates iily were rescued with ulty In a speech at St Johns N F in tho pent has caused considerable comment election campaign just closed Mr Scott among tho officers of the navy reflecting UaCiaton of CnurchM to credit some upon extent the defeated opposing candidate ho interest of unifica- of this GovernFor many months past the bitter feel tho now ships ment Tho tian movement in ing of resentment against British negli accident is taken as a further proof that the ships of tho Christian Alliance was gence in Newfoundlands vital int The idea is gathering has been takiug deeper and deeper root llritish navy aro too light in their conra of various denom- - in the hearts of tho people and struction a fact that has been suspecttown into ono church Tho plans of certain annexation with tho American Re- ed for some time public is beginning to be regarded by of our new vessels have been based on Next G A E E campmert tho English designs but in every caso a vast number of Newfoundlanders the frames have been strengthened so of the General Commit- - as the only remedy for our sufferings Arrangoments having in chargo How intense the sentiment in favor of that tho calamity need cause no fear of K National Kncampment to annexation has already become was repetition on this side of the water Datra Mich in IflM it was evidenced by tho conduct of the public Illinois Leglilalor Calmed Ineligible nion shall lie held meeting on Monday night Mr Scott Tho Democrats in the Rock Island oumencing August 3 in referring to the long continued denial ative District now claim that W of Justice to tho country used words C Collins Republican of that city who Sant ncM to th Panitnttary which occasioned an outburst of enthureceived a majority of tho votes is invid clan ex president of- siasm The audience could not k eligible not having been a resident of Savananiiah Suings bank at lence and cheer after cheer echoed that State for the statutory time If Deed to two years in throughout the hall until Mr Scott was this claim should prove correct it would Uarr for defrauding his de-- forced to cease speaking and wait for reduce by one the number of Republic 10Q0M which ho lost in the enthusiasm to subsi ans on a joint ballot and give tho lation Democrats a majority in a ballot for Ton mans Birthday Hot Born to Ba Drowned At Columbus O on the night of tho United States Senator d one of the throe sea 13th n banquet was held in honor of Mxner Confirm It A telegram dated Guatemala City has the foundered torpedo Hon Allen G Thurmans birthday Among tho speakers boon i pent and hois now in the ito Department tal at Carmarine is also a sur at wore Mr Thurman Grover from Mizner V S Minister to Central of the lost gunboats Wasp and Cleveland Congressman Outlaw aite Dos America stating that a revolution is Dickinson General Thomas Ewlng ex now in progress in tho capital of HonSenator McDonald and Congressman duras Tho President of that republic Three Killed In a Collision Rreckenridgo of Kentucky had been driven from tho city but is In a freight collision on the Kansas now collecting a force of troops and is More African Revelations near Elkton Minn Engineer oxpected says the minister to make tho A Rome dispatch says that Captain Head lirakeman Callahan fight for the recapture of the governwere instantly Casatis furthcoming book will contain an Roll some sensational developments in re ment 1 They are all from St Paul gard to Emins career in Africa showIndianas OfSclal Vote The official vote on tho Secretary of ing in substance that the Equatorial Oklahomas Capital - Province was a hotbed of vico and cor bill removing tho capital of OkState in Indiana was given out on tho la to KingfMier was signed by tho ruption and a Botany Bay for the worst 12th showing that Matthews Dom has a plurality of iy7j Two years ago nts of lxith houses of the Legis- - characters of Egypt The Governor has not yet the Republican plurality for Governor Bafe Blown Open Mi was 2 192 Total vote shows DemoThe safe of A B Meyer in his store cratic 233881 Republican 214302 ProGoes Down cornor of Texas avenue and Jordan hibition 11934 Peoples another StaraT 17351 The Hull steamer Derwentwatcr street New Orleans was drilled and struck a reef off Cape Finisterre and blown open Wednesday night and robbed Nobody Bu a Farmer foundered Two of tho crew were of S4000 in cash and 30000 in bonds The political situation so far as tho drowned nnd sxteen were saved fight for United States Senator in Illinotes mortgages and valuable docTlie job was the work of ex- nois is concerned has been further comuments ConrictM of Exb xxlennnt plicated by the declarations of the three Frank M Irion ex clerk of the city perts No clew Farmers Alliance members of tho Leg ourt of Rirmingham Ala has been an Aged Kan Diatb of islature that tboy will vote for no man onvictcd of mU ziling 810000 The death of Robert Kidd who was for Sonator who is not a Farmers Alli-Â¬ probably the eldest person in Texas oc-Â¬ ance man A Mculran Dimicra Electsa curred Wednesday atbis homo in Soaloy Â¬ -- CmlliiUon of For Ilimc Msaa ami Oroann Two Killed iinl Uvin Injured Romance of the Krvolu ionary War Rec Â¬ ord ag a Frit ate Soldier of Deborah Gan- Â¬ nett Among the applications filed for mem- Â¬ bership in tho Sons of the American Revolution at a meeting held in Wash ington Thursday night wa one which WAU SHIP LOST Foundering of the British Torpedo Cruiser Serpent Out or a Total of Two Hundred and Fifty 1orsoni on Hoard Only Three MAIL CARRIERS THE COMMONWEALTH TDK FARM YARD DRAMA office dle has come to light through investiga- Â¬ tions instituted by Chiof Post office In Â¬ spector Rathbone stationed at Wash Â¬ ington Ho learned that many post Discovered In League With Green ioodsM Men A new phase of tho green goods swin Â¬ attaches principally letter-carrier- s Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ x Â¬ i were in collusion with green goods A rule strictly enforced is that no carrier shall deliver letters that bear suspicious addresses to tho places to which they are directed and the letter sorters are instructed to mark such X D which commits them for examina- Â¬ tion by tho proper authorities Chief Rathbono went to New York and conferred with local inspectors Invc tion convinced tho inspectors that nf letter carriers at least were impli- Â¬ cated In the case3 of soven of them tho proof was conclusive that they were in league with tho green goods swin- Â¬ dlers and their names were sent to Washington with a recommendation to Postmaster General Wanamaker that they be dismissed Some of the accused confessed that the swindlers paid them five dollars per week not to carry out their instructions In some casos a carrier would receivo such weekly stipends from three or four different green goods swindlers The names of these carriers are withheld pending ac- Â¬ tion in their cases at Washington They were caught by means of a large num- Â¬ ber of decoy lotters addressed to tho headquarters of various greon goods men These letters were delivered whilo they should have been returned to tho post office according to instruc- Â¬ tions men Â¬ letter-- SNELLS MURDER Stone Aeeuned by the Son of lteint a Tarty to It and Su for S300 OOO Damages Three damage suits for 100000 each were begun in the circuit court Chica Â¬ go Tuesday afternoon by Albort J Stone tho first against Mrs Celia L Snell tho second against her bus land Allert J Snell and tho last against both wife and husband For the iast two or three days tho newspapers have been publishing commu- Â¬ nications and interviews with defend- Â¬ ants in which Stono claims aro strong insinuations that ho is the murderer of bis father-in-lathe multi millionaire Amos J Snell Defendants arc tho son of tho dead man and daughter-in-laThe attorneys in the case do not claim that the charges arc made openly but r ist that any ono reading the ar caa not help but conclude that tho dsnta accuse Stono of tho horri- Â¬ ble crimo for which tho ox convict tt is supposed to bo in hiding One of the insinuations is that tho mi tier was committed by two men one of whom was shot and that at about that timo Stono was limping around Another was that tho deed was commit ted with a motive that tho will of tho murdered man was missing and in this connection Stonos name is montionod as having married tho daughter of tho Some of tho articles aro dead man said to have been inspired by Mrs Snell some by her husband and others by both and this is tho reason given for w Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w - Â¬ Â¬ 1 i bringing three suits She Discovers A MOTHERS HORROR Her Infant Child naif Swallowed lty a IIupe Snake George Wharton of Brown County Ind tells a blood curdling snake story Mrs Wm Huxelly livingina logcabin was making soap in tho back yard hav- Â¬ ing kissed her sweet littlo six month babe to Bleep in tho cradle Presently the baby screamed and sho rushed in and as horror stricken to find a hideous blacksnako of enormous sizo trying to swallow tho child having engulphed the hand had swollowcd it up to tho arm pit and was writhing in its con- Â¬ tortions and efforts to mako further progress Grasping the hideous reptilo in the middle It seemed to rolax its hold and disgorgo tho childs arm then turned upon its mother She dashed it to tho floor and in her wild frenzy stamped it to death It proved to be of the black racor species seven feet two inches long and measuring six and one half inches in circumference The babo lived and tho only inconvenience it suffered from its terrible experience was that its arm and hand were blister Â¬ ed as if scalded in hot water Railway Accdnt In England A collision occurred Tuesday on tho Great Western railway at Norton Fitz warren station near Taunton between a goods train and a special train from Plymouth which was conveying the pa songers from the steamer Norham Castle which had just arrived at Ply- Â¬ mouth from the Cape of Good Hope Ton persons wcro killed and eight Injured Tho condition of several of tho injured is serious m THANKSGIVING Oovernor Ituckncr auies Thursday No Â¬ vember 37 as tho Day For Kcturnlng assess Governor Buckner has issued tho fol- Â¬ lowing proclamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Execu- Â¬ tive Department In accordance with established custom it is recommended that Thursday November 27 apart by the citizens of tho Common- Â¬ wealth as a day of Thanksgiving to bo observed in such manner as each may deem most appropriate to manifest grat- Â¬ itude for tho many blossing conferred by tho benoficonco of tho Supremo Rulor of tho Universe In testimony whereof I have here- Â¬ with set my hand and caused tho seal of the Commonwealth to be affixed Done at Frankfort tho 13th day of Novem- Â¬ ber in the year of our Lord ono thou- Â¬ sand eight hundred and ninety and in tho ninoty ninth year of the Common- Â¬ wealth R Bwajia Assistant Manager Pm afraid It will Ry tho Governor be impossible to give a performance to- Â¬ Geo M Adams night Secretary of State Manager Why which of the actors is sick Assistant Manager The mon and Boston Chambers colored is the old- Â¬ disest man in Fleming County Ho is 107 women aro all right but theres temper among tho cows and two of tho years old Clifton Gtifen a druggist of Mit cleverest mules bave tho glanders Light chcllsburg whilo hunting was shot in A TOroDg tho right arm by tho accidental disTwo men wero talking in the street charge of his gun rendering amputation necessary That man said one pointing to a In Daviess County Geo and Abo Har- passer by did mo a great wrong once Â¬ Why I thought ho was a man of innett brothers wero out bird hunting The formers gun which ho had resting tegrity How did he wrong you Well ho and I were candidates for cocked in his elbow went off and tho whole charge entered the face and brain aldermen and he withdrew in my favor I should think that he attempted to of his brothor The poor boy was still befriend you alive on the 13th but both eyes are out But ho did not He used his influ- Â¬ and his brains aro oozing from an ugly wound In his head The attending phy- ence ard elected mo WaH that a wrong sician pronounces his injuries ncccs Weil yes I had not been In tho sarilly fatal council very long until ho tried to bribe A roCCB containing over one hundred letters bound for Knoxvillo was taken me You dont say so That was a wrong from tho mail truck at the Fourteenth Yes but making me a proposition street depot Louisvillo tho othor evon ing at six oclock and rifled of its con- was not the worst wrong It wasnt tents Tho mail had como ovor tho Air No Line railroad What was then Miss Lorra Sheiman Case of Mont- Â¬ Arkansaw Why ho backed out gomery County has sued Jefferson Rry ant of Bourbon County for breach of Traveler promise Both are wealthy SttUl illm An old fellow who had served one day Lexinotox wants to become tho capital of the State and a special election on tho jury stepped into the court room will bo held on tho question of indemni Â¬ several days afterward and exclaimed Jedge got that two dollars yit fying tlio State t an amount not to ex What two dollars asked tho aston ceed 5250000 for loss in moving the cap- Â¬ ished jjrist ital from Frankfort The money you owo me for serving At a colorod festival near Raileys Station Willis Johnson shot Tom Neale on your jury Been hangin round here in tho back Ni nles wound is soriou3 two or three days but I seo that you dont intend to pay me but not necessarily fatal Go to the circuit clerk BumrxTTsV Basks leaf tobacco dial Thats played out jedge I went to ers at Fulton have assigned The firms seo tho Governor and he told me to come liabilities are heavy over hero Now you want to put mo off The Confi derate veterans of Fayetto Blamed and surrounding count io havo arranged Mr Sheriff said the judge arrest tho preliminaries for the organization this man for contempt of court of a Confederate Association of Ken- Â¬ Never mind the money jodge Pm tucky upon tho plan of the Louisvillo willin to trust you What tako mo to society The roll contains the names of jail This settles me with tho Demo-Â¬ ninety fi ve veterans Arkansaw Traveler cratic party James BJCATT a prominont citizen of A WOMANS REASON Paducab died in that city a few nights ago 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w 1 PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT LYONS UMBRELLAS -- W B BRIGHT fr 1 W S HUME B BRIGHT CO W SITCCESSOKS OF BRIGHT 31 -- KtALHIW IX- - FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods 304 WEST 3IYiS Moiac3Morsri - - --- kent ooy FULL DRESS SHIRTS IMIORTED UNE K MENS UNDERWEAR KWEARt -l -- v I 1 1 JJ nrncn INTERESTING TO EVERYBODY BBBBBBaaBBBBSBmBBBBBaaBBBBBBmBBBBSBBBBnl YES ITS- - Â¬ John Aenoih an old resident of Wal- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ U Â¬ Mi scventy-sov-ent- h B National Fraternal Congress Tho fourth annual session of tho Na- Â¬ tional Fraternal Congress comprising nearly all tho bonoficial organizations began at Pittsburgh in tho country Tuesday morning Sixteen societies with a combined membership of 1100 000 aro represontod The convention will be in session several days In Timber Shipments Tho shipment of timber of all kinds from St Lawrence ports this year was only 7O0SG0 foot against 33313578 feet in 1SS9 a decrease of 27052874 Decrease Â¬ Â¬ There is a movemont in Denmark looking to tho removal of tho prohibition on American pork Â¬ Amorlcan Pork in Denmark Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forged Railroad Tickets and Passes Evidonco has been secured of a con y between Hocking Valley rail nployes and ticket brokers by which the company was cheated out of thousands of dollars Whole blocks of I tickets and passes havo boon dis Â¬ covered R moved by th SUfia Dominio Mazi an Italian was found dead at Dallas Texas Monday night with a suspicious gash in tho head Tuesday it was developed that he was y of tho Mafia and an oaUpcl it is thought that tho fraternity re Â¬ moved him Safe ton and one of the pioneers of Boone He was County committed suicide missed and search being mado for him by the family he was found in an out- Â¬ house with his throat cut from car to ear Tho windpipe was sovered A heavy flow of natural gas was struck a few days ago on the farm of Thomas Martin near Drakos creok three miles from Franklin Tho deposit was reached at a distance of about nine- Â¬ ty feet in the Trenton sandstone forma- Â¬ tion Tho first discharge of tho gas was powerful enough to blow tho drilling apparatus into the air and knock a Mr A Johns who was boring the well and ono or two other parties near by a dis- Â¬ tance of some fifteen feet from tho mouth of tho hole On tho 11th tho gas was still pouring out with a roar and tho country for half a milo to the lee- Â¬ ward is full of it The well was not in- Â¬ Clara Jack intends to have every tended for gas but water and is close thing hi own way when wo aro married to Martins house which has been ren- Â¬ Claras Mamma Then why do you dered untonable by the fumes from tho marry him hole Clara To relieve his mind of a false Life impression Extraordinary Strong Legs Peter McMahan a laboror employed Hud Maaiory on the Metropolitan Opera house build- Â¬ said a grocery keeper adCaptain ing St Paul Minn was killed a brick dressing a well known gentleman do tilo falling from tho eighth floor and you remambcr that sack of floor you striking him on tho head So treat was ordered somo timo ago tho force with which ho was struck that Ob yss I remember it his legs were driven partly through tho I suppose so but I don t remember concrete floor and it required the united that you ever paid for It strength of two mm to roleaso him My dear sir I am not responsible I havo remem for your jad memory Believe 0 Sullivan Has Confessed bored m f part of it Memory is a pe-Â¬ Tho belief that OSullivan tho Cronin culiar faculty and is susceptible of prisoner has squealed is general at Some of the Grecians Joliet 111 Tho reason assigned for tho great cultivation repeat volumes of poetry Well denial is that in caso OSullivan got out could morning good Arkansaw Traveler ho would moot tho samofato that Cronin did inside of throe days Thodisciplino Always Ready of the prison is also involved Tho moro Did tho plumber como down to Inearnest tho denial firmer grows tho spect tho pipes this morning belief that tho statement is true Yes What did he say Further Assurance of Peace Ho said there was nothing the mat- Â¬ Tho German Emperor gavo a recep Â¬ tion to tho Iresidont and Vico Presi- Â¬ ter but ho could very soon remedy N Y Sun dent of tho Prussian Diet Saturday Ho that gavo further assurance that tho outlook He Wat Horn There warranted tho docided belief that peaco Emaciated Invalid Just arrived at tho would bo maintained His recent vis- Â¬ springs Is it truo that drinking these its to foreign sovereigns wero sololy waters produces fat designed to strengthen pacific tendon- Native wcigbttwo hundred and fifty Produco fat Why stranger when I ame bens I only weighed eight pounds Kills His Uncle Instead of the Rabbit John Stickler was out rabbit hunting and look it mo now Texas Sittings with a nephow noar Peoria 111 Ho got CONTRASTS on top of a brush heap to scare tho game and losing his balanco foil Just as hi3 vv fired lie recoivod tho charge in tho back bolow tho shoulder blade and died instantly irfa Streng Makes 8 it So A Great Fall we uo r ur If you intend buying anything mentioned below it will pay you to COSIE AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say m 500 000 ln COLD WEATHER BARGAINS argument Hir choice OVERCOATS AT S 1000 000 s 500 Theres no room k ot tr further And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked Soots Â¬ SllttS of CLOTHING AT uw hd Eat 700 800 900 f is now otFered at prices which make us beyond question the iered quality Above us stands no competing stock below us lie no com We have ele peting prices gaaat gDodi and plenty ot them We have all the lead ing and representative TOWN lowest price house in 1000 And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked 150 175 BOOTS AT Worth fully 15 Mens cfc Boys te Â¬ 200 250 300 350 FALL WINTER STYLES for Ladies drens wear per cent more than asked f At Prices Dry Goods Of All Zind3 j2 yqj j Missc3 C Gents and Chil Our prices bomb shell for competitors but a blessing for the people Our prices may startle but they will not vex the carelul buyer Are the Lowest P Are the lot aia Â¬ Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent Ladies any object to vou s QQ any inducement Cloaks and Childrens t Erie railroad at Lorings Station Sat- Â¬ urday night Andrew Toohoy engineer of a freight train was killed and Fire- Â¬ man R E Copins and Rrakoman DoKay sorlously hurt Natural Idea Qermany is a great cattle A Another Railroad Accident By an accident on tho Chicago and Z 4000 Flannels Blankets Shawls come in and take a look at our splendid new gocxls the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON So icreat in assortment So pleasing in style So honest in quality So reasonable in price Oive us a chance and we will give you for money more Boo Hats than any other hcuse in Â¬ Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent The mon who writes the jckes The man who slaps you on the bock and telle them to yon The offcial count in Mecosta County tak om Cutcheons ndoubtedly elects U 11 Congress from tho Ninth District by 47 votes Mich General Crooks Remains Removed The remains of General Crook were removed from Oakland Md to Wash Â¬ ington on the 12th and interred in Ar Â¬ lington Cemetery a m Tho He was 110 years and 3 months deceased had been a resident of Texas for eighty three years and was married at the ago of 04 and has four grown children Republcn T cxet Eiecai In Iowa official returns of Iowa show the election of the whole Republican State -- ticket Lynched for Ass r tal tin a miles from Valley Miss wa shot to by a party of unknown men Thursday Chicago Gamblers ladleted The negro had made an indecent ti In accordance with the instructions of on a white lady living in the neighbor Judge Tuley Issued Tuesday the grand hood jury st once went to work on the sub Â¬ uralty ject of gambling in Chicago and ernor Wednesday returned thirty indictments Pennsylvsj sgsinst members of is dead Deatn of a Juige reaaa Judge SandeL of Whits Woman who lived Arkansas Parnetl to Retire Tho Dublin Express says that Mr Parnell has informed several of the most prominent men in the Irish Parliament ary party that he will not lead the party in Parliament during the coming session Resldencs and Agd Lady Burned Tho residence of Robert Boggs noar Mt Sterling 111 was burned and Mr Hoggs mother perished in the fl She was seventy four years of ago and was visiting her sons family Â¬ Totllng How 8he Proved It raising country isnt it Slcvrrs Good Hani Mrs Iangle I never knew before Dimling What mzdo you ask that Burglars entered tho largo dry goods Totling I have heard it called tho that coffe would make a man drunk establishment of Jasko Bros at San Mr Taigle And pray how did you Antonio Tex and received 3000 in fodder land J udge find it out sash by blowing opon the safe Mrs Tanglo As I rode on tho cars A Hospital for Consumptives For Foreign M nitons Prof Koch of Uerlir willopon a bos this afternoon I sat next to a man who The amount appropriated for foreign pitaJ for tho treatment of consumptivoi was very tipsy and ho smelled strong of 3 Puck Eye Openers Jeansc Dont forget to come and see me It will pay you town missions by tho General Missionary Committee of the Mothodist Church in session at Boston is 540907 Spotted Fever by his method coffee Iijrht- Stll Smuggling Opium tenant IJenham of tho rovenuo d twenty fivo boxes of service opium found on board the steamer Ber Â¬ tha vhii h recently arrived at San Fran Â¬ cisco from Pugot Sound First Senator From Wyomng Joseph M a rev Rep Ex Delegate Saturday elected United at Wyoming Tho Democrats are hopelessly in the minor- Hy Tho devastating spotted fever or ccro bro spinal meningitis has again broken out near Gallatin Tenn This disease first made its appearance about fifteen miles north of that place and all at Â¬ tacked by tho droadful diseaso died Only ono case is yet roportcd but moro are sure to follow Heavy Wlnat Shpaient Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 qTolI the fraternity aa Emma has been appointed Ro rent to govern the Kingdom of Holland during l am Queen Emma Appointed Regent The Wyjm tij LTlsatnre ts to of One hundred and fifty carloads of wheat are toba daily and goon the figures will run up to two bun- - i1 W fl H J STRENG BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Bible Society has at the drug store of Stockton Brooks in Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments They offer them at extremely low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers through- Â¬ out the county are requested to fee that the poor or their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49 43 YULUEU0OB8L For Sale or Heat v Frukie Clmlui 106 BAST Sub I the MAIN STREET ABSOLUTELY PURE We have opened a flrat cUss auop I desire to sell or rent private sud iieire to have the paironsge 01 gentlemen ladies and children We large two story guarantee firt claas work New and elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors altuated on a good corner lor C MOORE ton Ky knoau as the Hogsn j 43- J CARMICHAEL HU CQIA STORE HOUSE THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON l NOT LSFORTIXATE Editor BY I1L1SHE1 EVEItY WEDNESDAY The Climax Printing Wm G White Ciias S Co Powell riilCK PER YEAR flSO Vcliosiay - - November 18 1890 Tin official majority of Congressman van In the 8th district is 7038 Thk 1u i 1 raVasnassh and wife n LeainjBl v Friday and were 10th district KenÂ¬ entertained Thk Kendall CI H C McDoweU tlicial figures in ivinocrat dall majority Tin 1U74 Hill i14o in- - tivif rafts stod the that have come in the pat week give the DcnMcraas seven Basse seanhers if Ooasjtasa The liepuHi cane scarcely have enough menilteiv fur a roll tall Mm- f Texas Hatch of Missouri and McMillan of Tennessee candidates for Hag ranBatnuShas of the National llous ar- - all Kentuckians says- - the Cincinnati Post interview rs pnsap applied to the Han C M Clay Jr and Dr lardy at Frankfort Mniidaveiiiieoriiing their can didacy for Governor brought to the sur t the fact that lnith are quite nartaaa t anew the field Â¬ Ttr The Georgetown Times thinks it unfortunate that H Cabot Idge the author of the Force Bill should have bean re elected to Congress Why so Henry Cabot while no doubt an unpleasant object will serve as a terrible example to the Democratic party of the fate of the man who imagined Americans had forgotten the legacy intrusted to them by their fathers And it will be ad vantage uis to Henry himself Ha will see an overwhelming Democratic majority at the convening of the House a majority which will be able to susjend rules to work without rules if it should desire as it will not to follow the fashion of Henry Cabot Lodge and Reed bis master powerful enough to make effectual protest But instead of follow ing the tactics of Reed he will see a House working un der the constitution and under rules in keeping with that constitution and the laws He will see no MOahttT deprived of his seat for partisan or other purposes of the majority He will see the rights of the minority res Mi ted and no incui Irt arbitrarily denied recognition He will see all these things and if there yet remains any conscience to him Missibly he may feel a stray pang or so of remorse And he will sec the fat w it ted hurley swash buckler from Maine not in the Sja akers chair but on the floor of the House the leader of a scat tered remnant of a once powerful and fraudlently obtained majority It isnt unfortunate that he has Ih cii re elected It is ja culiarly fitting that he should boon hand He will le a re- Â¬ minder that the Republican party en dorsee the infamous measure which bears his name VovingUm Commonwealth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The House of Repreany individual sentatives of the Fifty second Congress can by wise conservative and economi cal legislation do much to open the wav for Democratic victor- - at that time and should think of the representatives Bpaahnaaaap not as an honor to bo con fernil but as a jrreat office next in im portanee to the Presidency to be ably and worthily Ailed Justice BO noble and faithful Democrats outside of the considerSiuthern Btatm should also ed and resjicted In choosing a Speaker Bj in choosing a President we should in these times of supreme iuiortancc Ik controlled by those considerations which will benefit the country and the Democratic party While I will be verv grateful and shall feel greatly honored if I should 1m- elected Seakcr I believe it is Of the proper time to seek the Speakership and will reserve my decision as to Uioining a candidate for Speaker until ahont the time of the meeting of the Fifty second Coiign Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION THE FARMERS ALLIANCE Ki A i as I n Geeanajfst W I Carnth A 11 Montgomery T Painter w w Dirhnuaan Jm T C P Freekinridge J Kendall 10 HeiiKKTats and John Republican rn kys Congressnien ehit are W II AV KENTITKVS IIH MtUMUTH IMMIGRATION TION TO THE CONVEN EL Got Bnckner has naanintni the lowing delegates to the convention SUthcrn-Iiiter-State fol- Â¬ of Immigration which N Dec 17 and Is aaeaaber of thepres- - meets at Ashcville T T Garner First District Hon iuse of Representatives ah M C Marshall Eddyville re ejected with only IVardwell Mayfield ceitioii This di- - not lHk much Hon Henr District Frev Woodson nd Ill eondeiiiiied the Deaeo- Nwaohoru Dr J D lardy Frankfort ic men fighting for the irit Wm Ragslale Hopkinsville minority i Third District Hon las A Hind- K Bobert r formerly Repre- - man Glaafow Junction MorningstarBowiing Green II C Bnod- tive in the legislature from Logan letter favoring dy Ireenville Fourth District Hon Hugh F Coop- Â¬ CM lay Jr mar Mr Maker er Lebanon James s Worthaaa Leitch farmlield Judge John Allen Murry Clover -er r was eandi vemor with Geo D Plakcv port Fifth District -- Wallace A McKay 11 Bhv I near kinsman of CoL Attillia ox Inc ten Adkins ami r Lieut Governor Chan Huhlein Loniaville aneipation ticket Sixth District Dr Jos H Furnish it Burlington J S Kavanaiigh Falmouth V Col John 1 Taylor Newport M LAV IK KOR GOVERNOR Run nth District -- Col E IvlkTohn soii Frankfort Win J Hunter Harris announced burg Hon Dail Thornton Versailles mocratic nomination Eighth District Wm Welch Stanford or He gave the Louisville Judge Jim- - M Pom v 1 awrenechurg of announcing him Lather C Willis Sheibyville h it did in a lengthy editorial Ninth District D B lxigan More - the gubernatorial tight Col Wm M Moore Potndexter carry Eastern Ken- Garrett s Wall Mararille tnckj ahareaf Central Tenth District Judge lewis Apper-s-- n ijr and Brown are the Mt Sterling John C C Mays contending candidal Iaiiitsville Hon Thomas G Stuart id the other from the Keni Winchester rn part of the State CSwonnafc Eleventh District Hon Jas Hindman Columbia Ottis V Riley Pineville Gen T T Garrard Manchester STATE ALLIAMh HrHlERS state at laiaja Tnrnple tt alley and Young E Allison Louisville James AUisssee at their scs- - OHarra Covington Col John Hod the ges Lexington Hon Johr W Calda ing oiii well Russelhille Hon lohnM Brooka B Krwin of Warren Middleaboronajh and T II Purycar la ity ducah idclit T T tordoli Car- - rtic Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- A CONTROLLING CAUSE In its issue of last week The Farmers Advocate the official organ of the Farm-i- Alliance or Peoples party of Kansas has the following to say of the future of the party We shall at once commence to marshal the hosts of the people for the con tact of jsol In this great work there are many prejudices to overcoaae Sectional lines must Ik- - abolisbd Interests which are identical must le brought together and the combined forces of the agricultural and laboring classes must lie consolidated against the forces of the coiporationa awnopobes trusts syndi cates and moneyed aristocrats who have for years feasted apon the substance of the people When we say these forces are to 1m- lnarshaU d against the oppress ors of the people we do not mean that the injustice which has characterized the oorporate power of America is to be returned in kind The people simply ask for justice that alone and that by the eternal they will have The coining contest there- Â¬ fore will not take place between the Northern and the Southern sections of our country The interests of the peo- Â¬ ple of the West and Smth are identical and their political forces must be con- Â¬ solidated against the power of corporate greed We may as well recognize this fact now as to permit our prejudices to postpone the day of its recognition The professional politicians of lxith parties both North and South who have devoted their lives so assidvously to the promotion of corporate interests recog nize that this union of the two sections is the great danger that threatens the power of monopoly and thev therefore constantly aim to keep alive the prejudices that have estranged them only to prey ukjii them and to maintain po- Â¬ litical snpremaev by their alienation It has been and is the holy mission of the Fanners Allience to sulxlue this sectional prejudice It is full time for this nation to become united Did the hosts of tho army in blue face shot and shell to maintain and perpetnate a more perfect union or to divide the nation into contending sec- Â¬ tions If the former let us see to it that than f their comrades who survive may live to see a country redeemed and its liberties restored Down with all sectional lines Away with all sectional prejudice Let the patriotism that still barn in the hearts of the people consume the preas it is1 judices of the past Let one lag float The amendment was lost and rightly over us and one spirit so perfectly per SO vade our hearts that we shall be able and willing to stand shoulder to shoulder in LINCOLN AND LEK the great army that must make lasting conquest of the boata of corporate tree 1 that are fattening upon the stolen sub Â¬ For Farmers Allience Leader in 1VJ2 stance of the people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Delegate Curtis F Burnam from Madi- Â¬ son offered an amendment to the Bill of Nor shall banishRights as follows ment from the State be ever enforced M It was a wise a punishment for crime provision and should have been adopted but was lost In support of his amend ment Mr Burnam said I cannot see with what kind f proprie ty we can undertake to send ott wicked men who have violated the laws of Ken- Â¬ tucky to depredate upon the peace of distant communities I recollect in 1S33 there was a law passed by the Legislature which prohibited the importation of slaves into Kentucky as merchandise There never was a law w hich caused more excitement in the Commonwealth than that It was the ground of one of the most distinguished debates that ever occurred in the Commonwealth between Robert Wick liffe Sr of Lexington and the late Dr The ground of Rreckim idge Robert the opposition to that law was this that while men might he permitted to go and buy a negro servant to wait on their fani lies yet the purpose of the law was to prohibit the introduction into this State of diseased and wicked slaves which was a class of negroes men would always be too ready to throw on the market as merchandise And the law notwithstanding the tremendous pro slavery feeling in Kentucky was at all times upheld And I ay it without any feeling in favor of this particularly that it seems to me there is reason for it I think when we undertake to say a man shall be punished in Kentucky for violating our laws we should see that the proper remedy is applied and that he is not sent away to prey on other people Delegate Burnam Opposed the amend ment requiring a two thirds majority in the legislature to pan a bill over the veto of the Governor and in support of his opposition said My opinion is that the proposition as laid down in this Committees report ought to remain unchanged and I will say to my friend ftom the county of Boyd that I can see no impropriety in retaining it here notwithstanding the Legislative Commit- Â¬ tee have reported that a call of the yeas and nays should be had upon the passage of every bill When such a bill has gone to the Governor of Kentucky for his approval or disapproval he sends it back with his otjections to its becoming a law The object of the veto is to prevent hasty or imprudent legislation or legislation that has been surreptitiously or improperly secured an my opinion is that when he has done that and still on a second call of the yeas and nays in both Houses a clear majority say that they wish the bill passed his objections to the contrary notwithI belonged standing that is enough when I was a young man to what was known as the Old Line Silver Gray Henry Clay Whigs and instead ofmaking the Constitution of Kentucky conforn to that of the United States I should greatly prefer to see the United States Constitution conform to ours in this respect The veto which rests in the Crown in Great Britain has not been exercised I suppose for a hundred years The Government would not dare to do it An expression by a vote of the House of Commons of a want of confidence in the existing ministry kills the party in power 6tone dead There is where the power rests and w here it ought I cannot conceive that any poputo rest lar gentleman in the House of Representatives in the Kentucky Legislature would be more apt to carry a bill than the Governor of the Commonwealth with his great I think it is proper to leave it patronage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ master finds what he considers unlawful matter or even snapeeta that articles are of that character he is authorized to suppress the publication and refuse it passage through the mails This dangerous innovation is claimed under the specious pretext ofauppteas ing lottery advertisements and so far the public seems to acquiesce without a protest against this new assumption of power If this step meets with popular favor then the next move will be to examine first class matter breaking Un seals of letters in search of contra band publications or writings If that be accomplished then are will rapidly forget the Liuisiana State Lottery in the multitude of grounds apon which these postmasters can act as censors of pram and people tftriaatisB iKy Â¬ Â¬ Nov of o The Press is correct The instructions the Postmaster tieneral arc not only ridiculous but capable of being used in the saost offensive way by ignorant or mean poateaaatera If a poataoaater thinks or pretends to think that an ad- Â¬ vertisement or a paragraph sentence line or word of reading matter pertains to some lottery or gift enterprise he can refuse to deliver the papera to subscrib nd it is left entirely with the postmaster to say what constitutes a lottery or gift enterprise A postmaster having a grudge against a newspaper or being over watchful has but to point out something which he thinks or fears 01 claims to think or fear is contraband and atop the paper in his office What can the publisher do 7 Before he can resort to the opinion of the Attorney General the addition js t10 old to go out to the subscribers More than this must the postnuMter sit down and read a pajicr through wont by word and pass upon every thing in the paper before be allows it to go through the poet office T The post office department not only Undertakes to suppress lottery adver tisements in every form to which we do not object but to suppress all news in relation to lotteries and gift enterprises If a citizen should draw 50000 in a lot tery or win an oil painting at a raffle or a hundred dollars in gold given away bv Thk Climax or some other paper H is contrary to the laws of Congress an the instructions of the post office de partment to say any thing about it in a newspaper As announced in last weeks Climax the Leavenworth Times lias brought suit for 10000 damages against the postmaster of that city for stopping his pa- Â¬ per in the office because it contained the news of a Church Fair There is no doubt in our mind that judgment will go against the DOStmaster News is news and the people want to know the news That is the purpose of a newspaper and any authority that decides to the contrary is wrong If it is not right to publish the news of a chance enterprise of any kind in whole or in part because some people think all chance institutions are wrong is it right to publish murder theft incendiarism and all the other crimes that all people concede to be wrong 7 Some people think it wrong to dance but shall we exclude all reports of balls and parÂ¬ ties at which dancing is a feature Some people think secret societies sinful Shall we suppress all reference to the Masons Odd Fellows etc The post office department has grown entirely Pmi goody good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ young men is often a bar to their success They want to make money rapidly and establish a great house of some kind in a lew years There are exceptional cir cumstances under which this may lie done but the general rule is that several years arc required to fully establish a large trade There may lie no positive distrust of 11 young man of gixKl character who has just embarked in business but before he can command crjdit and engage in large dealings be mint estali lish a good reputation must show his qualities not merely of honesty and in- Â¬ dustry but of foresight and prudence The reputation once gained L ln tter than money capital without the reputation and this at least is within t ic reach of every earnest Imiv determined to do right and willing to work Quite recently in one of tie large cities an old mercantile firm that had been established for over half a century and was at one time at the bead of all the wholesale establishments was bought k good will and fixtures ba young man who had started a small store when this firm was at the height of its power and business influence lie did not dream at that time of couiM ting with his great neighbor He was con tent to do the small trade that ell to his lot he intended strictly to business and exerted himself to please his cistomcrs Slowly but steadily his business expand-Â¬ ed Before many years he lii aine a riva of the older Arm and then the un- Â¬ expected though natural thing happen ed The younger man was more enterprising and energetic than his neighbor ring of the struggle after accumu Â¬ lating a large fortune retired from the field In the business world as in nature there is the Mri id of growth and decay Great business houses may have fresh blood infused into them and de- Â¬ scending from father to son nay go 11 growing beyond the lifetime o the losos dW corporations give a still longer time tothe period of growth but decay comes to all of them and younger enterprises displace them Even the corporations though of such long life sutler from the Competition of young rivals that enter the field with new appliances fresh ideas and the vigor and zeal of youth Because the field seems to be occupied is no reason why the young man of to day should give way to despair or lose in the slightest degree confidence in his own iower to succeed But he must look forward to the necessity of toiling for a time to earn the good reputation which combined with skill and industry shall give him high place among his fellow men Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dles Mills Wednesday Ewalts sale near Rudhorses brought from SN to 22 the latter price being paid for a yearling sister to the pacer Shaw ban Cows sold at 10 to 85 hogs ing out At Ed Â¬ John P Gii ana son of ahwO W Gtrena forssarry of Mt sterling is in jail at Winchester charged wit t the name of Rev J Pike Pawc check J S4 mt cwt The Mark Lane Express admonishes Fnglish farmers to consider well before sowing wheat unless assured of a return of 30 SB acre The American agriculturist considers himself blessed beyound measure with less than half this result and if grow ing w heat in England is SO un profitable at any less figure as to receive discouragement from such a source then the farmers of the United States may well hope for better times and more remuner- Â¬ ative prices JJitltiiimi Journal nf tmu- Â¬ Louisville By Tobacco Market Durrett Louisville Ware House Tobacco POWER tjlover A 5 HAMl mi rei The demand for wool has continued strong with prices fully maintained and the important information comes that sev- Â¬ eral of the large establishments are BOW extending their plants and preparing for greater production Northern cotton spinners had taken in tetober 2Il257 bales against 124 467 last year Boot and shoe shops In all parts of the country repirt that the season has belli the larg the history of their trade and tin sumption in minor manufactures is heavy Ililtiiiiort Journal of Comim Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just amount to 2 hhd with n RICHMOND - - KENTtfCKY hhda Sales lor the same period of 4 on our market since January tit amount solicit i tol34l2J hhds The market remains unchanged from Tln y ki our report of last week the medium and fine gmdeSM sweet condition remainDRUGS BOOKS ing Jinn and active with a slight a in the lower grades The new crop still STAT10XERY continues to come in very slowly but the ottering hae been taken at gcod prices considering the quality of the tobacco PERFUMES quotations fairly repre The sent our market for burley tobacco S0AP3 DYES toj Trash Colory or dama- - fioo I40O to 3 00 Common Lugs not color 30 to 5 00 Colory Lugs to 14 00 00 Common Leaf f 700 to Medium to Good Leaf Ioo to r Good to Fine Fillers I 00 to ixi Select Wrapper Tobat 1 Minis T J iillM - and every live stccs KA2ZET eepcet Smiths Syrup ol By OKKKNK a EMBllY Li Black Cohosh The The Georgetown Times says prettiest entertainment that has Won given in Georgetown for years was the Harvest Home which finik place at the Court house on Thursday evening last under the auspices of the Scott County Tin Lecture and Library Association entertainment was original unique and was greatly enjoyed by the audience The stage was artistically decorated with cereals shrubs and lowers Stt fodder bundles of oats sheaves of wheat and other prodnets of the field and garden were lavishly need Â¬ Â¬ uati Union t stiMk CommlHsion Men SiiM k YunbiatMl covmyiou JSioek 1 lor eo Will- SHIPPING CATTLE Cincinnati Ohio Nov I7H1 Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough iood to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough to Extra Fair to iood Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extia Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Good 4 2 2 3 mind our iSijo p lllLl HOLIDAY GOODS is now marl anii your lOfh 3 40 3 101 2 in- - DITCHER CATTLE The largest sale of export cattle report ed thus far this season was consummated here on Saturday when Mr J C Caldwell President of the Farmers National Bank sold to Lehman A Pro of Baltimore six hundred and eight head of prime export cattle For 22 head to go this month he received S4 mt hundred and for 45 to go during November he re Â¬ ceived 410 per hundred For 541 head to be delivered between the first and fifteenth of December be received 4i5 per hundred The cattle for so large a lot are considered extra fine and will av erage fully 1650 pounds all around and if they do the price for the lot will be 42433L9a Uminll bin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fjotg 2 7 I 1 35O Ou I 0 BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra 1 HOUSE AND LOT TALTi and y By - SALE OF irtue of ed at the n the abf O AM COMMISSIONER S 1 FEEDERS AND STOCKERs Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades 3 - COWS AND CALVES 4- - OPPORTUNITIES OF TO DAY retary taut -- P F Daria Morgan ti retary A A Kailor Dr Ilailv Simpson feUsaia 1 J Blair Kkh v D Moss CinciniiHli Post ataa The re election of and Secretary B F atlemen preciation the Alliance Hopkins President Krwin Davis BBMBSha well and shows the aphas for their past scr SPEAKERS fortunate in having sons given unportaat puhlic trusts She has held the sja akcrship of the House twenty six of the 101 yean that Congress has been in session Hen ry Clay waa Speaker for fonrtaen years Mr John G Carlisle six years Mr Bead four years and Mr White two years Many of the representatives spoken of for BaanhnT of the next House are either from tte or were lairu within the laun- the Commonwealth Four Mr Mills Mr McMillin Mr Hatch and Mr Blount were lioni in the State Messrs Breckinridge anil Mi Creary w ho are can didates were born in the State and have lived here all their days The members of the Fifty second Congress would not a mistake il they selected any of utlemeu to preside over the Hasan reckinridge - the la st man for the place He is the right man for the place am and discretion which tie km vililn- Healed in that Congress and which will cause a Democratic victory in - Kentucky deserves the honor and bridge should ha given the Lcjitlj- riyrf Kentucky hr is peculiarly Â¬ Â¬ - A NOVEL METHOD OF TAXATION Almost the first difficulty that besets a 4e trying to govern themselves is the qaantaea of revenue Where is the mon- Taxes the hugliear of tn nations also puzzle the Swiss His sing them in some of the cantons is alike interesting and novel nent is made of properBlanks are distributed at every ty bonae ti Ik- filled in by its oecnjiants Tlie system is known as the progress- Â¬ The fanner has not Iki ii given the credit be deserves for the recent victory of the people It was discussed and de bated before the election as to what party would Ik- the more hurt by the otes of the farmer whether in or out of the Farmers Alliance But meanwhile and doing his own thinking and making his own conusions as to the effect of the tariff legislation and the pohey of permitting the dictation of the man in the Bpoakera chair not only to ahapa the paftey of the late dominant party but what decidedly was of vital importance the legislation of Congress The Constitution vests in each House of Congress the right to determine tin election and qualification of its members The House had surrendered that right to the Speaker and proceeded at his arbitrary will to unseat the chosen and seat the defeated candidates The farmer at his fireside in his fields rn amongst ripening grain and cultivating his CVOp of tobacco observed and thought of these things and with native shrewdness saw whither events were tending Facts were before him and he drew his own conclusions The farmer is never an anarchist seldom a socialist but a man w hose thoughts are solid though often his npooch is homely And w hen he had reached the right conclusion his liallot was cast accordingly and tariff taxes and centralization and one man paaasr want down before the people The Ieniocratic party is entitled to the suffrages of the farmer liecausc its platform is equal rights to all apaejaj privileges to none but while that is true it is also true and never was more clearly shown than in the victory of No raaaber that the fanner has deserved well of the Democratic iarty and the Democratic leaders the Democratic majority in the next House the party itself should by conservative action and fixedness of jiatriotie purpose continue to deserve and retain the confidence and aapport of the fanner and of the whale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A BOLD DEMAND FOR STATEHOOD the inside The annual reMrt of Mr N O Mur phy acting Governor of territory of Arizona to the Secretary of the Interior sets forth population resources and financial condition of that hot arid and rK ky Territory not long ago wrested from the Apaches Only along the course of the Gila River which was an nexed to Arizona by the Gadsden pur- Â¬ chase are there any really giMid farming lands although there are some valleys between the mountains that are good stock ranges and are used as such Mining and the raising of cattle and slice are the principal occupations The num of cattle herded in Arizona is 641016 of aheap 29L238 bnt the distance from a marktt keeps down prices the average value of cattle being estimated at eight dollars and thirty cents jht head and that of aheap at a dollar and a half Comparatively speaking there are very lew pnsjoaa taaplujd in stock raising and with the exception of the linal trades earned OB in the only two small towns in the Territory the principal em ployment is in the mining of gold silver and capper With reaped to population Arizona is not any letter than the State of Nevada which sends one Representa tive and two Senators to swell the Re- Â¬ publican ranks in Congress and which had but th2S6 in 1880 and has been steadily declining since Got Murphv puts the population of Arizona accord ing to the recent census at 17006 which is an increase of 17160 within the last ten years The rate of increase there lore has been less than two thousand a year Of this pipulation 12000 are Mormons And of Chinese he says vaguely there are few in the Territory as compared with the Pacific- States and while as yet they cut up a figure as a disturbing element they are very ol jectionable as a class and their exclusion is as much desired in Arizona as cK wherc There is also ijuite a sprinkling of Mexicans but how many the Government does not amy It is not so much the resources and linancial con- Â¬ dition of Arizona although its total debt is put at three and a half millions of dollars which concerns us at the request that Governor Murphy makes to Congress for an enabling act to authorize the Territory to take the necenatry steps to become a State of the Union His plan is that unless restrictive ire adopted Arizona Territory through the increased Mormon immigration will ben sue hforaaonised and he therefore asks that Arizona shall be allow til to become a State to check mate the Mormons and that Congress take such action as will give Arizona the protection enjoyed by Idaho In other words he wants the Idaho teat oath ap- Â¬ plied to the Mormons in Arizona where by the latter will become disfranchised unless they vote with the Republican party as soine of them did in Idaho at the last election when the test oath as to them was not required As the entire population of Arizona according to the Governors own showing is but the disfranchising of twelve thou- Â¬ sand Mormons would leave but 4tW0 from among whom the vote would be cast for a member of Congress and two Senators or about 40000 counting out the Chinese Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A prominent of lalor leader who is on the Farmers Alliance lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jmij le oritujton Com hioh wealth McCREARY SPEAKERSHIP AND CONGRESSMAN THE Â¬ 4000 worth of property s taxes only on half of it B who worth pays taxes on eight tenths of it while C with his JOOOOO lh of panparty avs taxes on the whole hat C ays not the proportj ill tw uty five time the amount Ut fifty times as much The - managed alter a similar fashion The rich jiy out of all propir ie poorer classes They proba would not change places with the however even to save what they ry as unjust taxation The plan is opalar one Leaving every to HswciBC himself has the disadvau tag with stocks and bonds aomotioaes do not make return of them When a rich Swiss dies however the rnnieut control of his estate quickly makes amends for all his past misdeeds ay of assessments and every pen f taxes held back is now deducted together with comjound interest and Switzerland nan From and the H M Brans in Harpers JiassnW for November A ow us who iovernor McCreary has returned from his plantation in the South In reference to his candidacy for Speaker he says It is more than one year before the election of a Speaker and I tried to avoid interviews on this subject while I was in the South but on my return home I found letters and dispatches asking if I would Ik a candidate and aim refercn eral newsjwqers to my proba ndidacy It is due to myself as well as to my friends that 1 should sav that I am honoml by having my name connected with the eeaee of Speaker of the United States House of Rcpreasnta iives My experience as Ehtankar of the Kentucky House of Representatives for four years and my service for three terms as a member of Congress during which time I occasionally acted as SjMsaker pro tem or as Chainnan of the Committee of the Whole have doubtless caused my name to thus be mentioned I wish to say however with emphasis that the success of the Democratic par ty in the Presidential election of 1892 should be paramount to the success of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ movement said to day Some people do not appreciate the meaning of the late election The Alliance has elected 70 congressmen but the significant feature is that it baa carried two States and two are the ones which precipi- Â¬ tated the late war Kansas and South Carolina Kansas was on one extreme and Bbuth Carolina on the other and seemingly the farthest separated of any of these States But we elect our Governor in both states This is the first gun in the campaign of 1862 and serves notice on the scurvy political tricksters that the war is over and that the ensanguined linen mav Ik- - laid away while the people with a big P settle the issues of the day The era of the jKilitician has vanish ed and the age of men is dawning Per Â¬ haps one of the most remarkable men of the day is Prof Vincent of Kansas who revolutionized that State He started his paper the Non Conformist at Crowley Kas and then whenever a county wanted a local pajr he would print their local matter in a local edition He w rote spike and organized and has the State turned upside down No he will not lie our candidate Who will It will be an open secret soon nod I can tell you now Robert Lincoln and Rob- Â¬ ert Lee son of Robert E Lee They represent the two sides of the war Lincoln is like his father a man of the peo Â¬ ple and they believe in him far more than the brilliant tricksters who figure in national politics The men who mourned Honest Abe when he- was laid to rest in Springfield 111 have watched his son and have confidence in bias Lee is worthy of his lathers name and is a bright thought- Â¬ ful young man And when the two Rolierts North and Sooth are nominat Â¬ ed by the people on a platform for the people the greatest uprising ever known will occur The memories of the past and the hopes of the future will alike at- Â¬ tract men to them and the bloody chasm of sectionalism will be tilled forever by the carcasses of two dead parties The men have neither been approach ed on this subject but the feeling is growing in their favor rapidly and when the voice of the people is heard asking tbeea to represent the side of justice against oppression they will come and Lincoln and Lao1 will be a rallying cry to strike terror to the hearts of time serving politicians North and South A little inquire will show that the feeling in favor of such a combination is very strong irrespective of party ties Men recognize its power to bring the nation together and enable it to deal with the issues of the day in a manner worthy of the great crisis now upon us Â¬ Â¬ - CENSOILSHIl Or lilt PRESS Â¬ Under the lottery law fraaaed by Con- Â¬ gress and the instnictions given by the Postmaster General to his subordinates throughout the coutttry there is serious danger of encroachments on the liberty of the press that should be rebuked and Opposed by the newspapers of the coun- Â¬ try without regard to party lines These postmasters are instructed to act as censors and inspect all second class matter and whenever the post Several of the most famous workshops mills and factories of the world and some of the largest stores had their beginning in a small way w hen their own ers had scarcely any capital Other than skill industry and probity Little by little money was gathered for an exten sion of the works the gains became larger more moiiev could be invested to cheapen prorraseas or extend trade relations of business value were establish- Â¬ ed and so the business kept on expand- Â¬ ing until acres of buildings took the place of one small shop and the income began to be counted by millions instead of hundreds There are many great establishments of which this is a general outline history sometimes varied bv an opportune invention or circumstance helping to a more rapid growth But when a young man is shown one of these big workshops arith thousands of employee and every labor aaring device he is very likely to say that there are no such opportunities now as once existed to thus build up a great business from almost nothing that the age of machin- Â¬ ery has come and that one can not hope to compete With the established factories except by the use of a large capital at the very beginning There is a liitK thruth in this because one could hardlv expect to succeed in building locomo- Â¬ tives for example by hand work in com- Â¬ petition with established works using machine tixils but it is altogether over shadowed by the larger truth that now as heretofore there is room at the top for the young man of probity industry BOb Capital can 1m and intelligence obtained when the proper time comes by the man who has these qualities and great enterprises be established by those who start in life af the bottom round of the ladder Thirty years ago the same objection was made with apparently the same force yet within those thirty years in stances can be found of poor boys rising to become the great merchats or manufacturers of the country If they had considered that toe opportunities to rise had paused away with the first half f the century they might have remained behind the counter or at the WOrk bencfa but they were industrious faithful skill ful and above all self confident and determined as succeed and opportunities came to them as they may come to any boy of the present generation who prepares himself to take advantage of a change in the tide of fortune One of the famous assayers of the country started in a very small way extracting the gold and the silver from the sweepings of jewelry fanufactories It required some years of honest dealing he could finnly establish a repu tution for probity and skill that brought him large consignments Then his little laboratory began to grow be invented new processes to help him m his work his good name became known in distant Slates and towards the close of his life pold and silver passed through his BOSSy oliiee in a year than through the United States mint at Philadelphia His great business success was due in part to his industry but also in huge part to his high character Strangers consigned to his sassy office thousands of dollars worth of ore No one save the r could say how much silver and gold he extracted therefrom but men learned to trust him on the strength of his reputation and millions of dollars w 01th of material were entrusted to him as to a government mint Can the young men of to day repeat that history 7 not in that jiarticular line of work But the same qualities may be dejiended upon to bear similar fruit in any busi- I ness undertaking The impatience of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Mr L W Hudson of this place and R N Ryan of the Cincinnati New Or- Â¬ leans and Texas Railway have effected a CONCERNING FARMERS compromise for the damage done Mr Hudson in the killing and crippling of From Montgomery county last week two car loads of fine sugar mules shipped six men shipped fat cattle to New York from here in September to A B Hudson The Kentucky State Union official or- at Co of New Orleans La When the gan put the membership of the Farmers train reached Bobbins Tenn one section Alliance in Kentucky at 100100 telescoped another and in the wreck nearJ A Judy shipped this week toBostco ly all of the mules were killed or serioiilv injured twenty out of the number being for export 580 cattle weight 1657 lls which were bought at an average price of killed outright and six crippled for life There were forty three head all told in Winchester Detmermt 419 Dr J W Harris of Union City at the wreck and the railroad company tended the sale of Jersey cattle at Lex- agreed to take them at the appmisment ington on last Thursday He has a de- of 16750 per bead for the entire number making 720250 Mr Hudson afterward cided preference for jerseys bought back from the company 17 head P Doom tells the Lexington Gam tte of the least injured at 155 per head and that he has raised sold and elivered 44 on Saturday he received from H H Licrops of hemp and has his 45th now in tem Treasurer of the railroad company the stack and that it has averaged him 456750 in full for his damages in the over i per hundred mattes DsmtSk Acrroru We have tor sale 5 or 6 good pairs of Shipmentaof wheat from India for work cattle smooth and nice and suita week ended November sm aggrega ble to iced cattle with and then 1m sold ted 520000 bushels of which 1600 lot with the went to the United Kingdom and 3 CL J White Sox bus to the Continent The shipments The meat packers of Kansas City hare the previous week aiiiounud to 720000 followed the example of the Chicago pro bus of which 4401 hi bus went to United ducers and raised the price of meats and Kingdom and 2s000 bus to the Contitinned lard on account of the increased nent The aggregate shipment from Jan price of the tin plate under the new tariff to Nov llvHi have been 2ttlMMKXlbus Major P i Thomas has sold to J 8 including bus to United King DixkUM Farm seven dom and 6860000 Coxey Masillon bus to the Continent miles from Lexington on the Russell Total exports since April lsH the Cave pike The farm contains acres commencement of the present crop year and was sold for 33500 or 190 per acre 15640000 bus including 11120000 bus has R Turner sold ly telegraph tothe United Kingdom and 4520000 Tuesday two fine young jacks to J B bus to the Continent The shipments Biston of Fliston station Garrard eoun from January 1 to November 2 1898 ty for SI lihi and still has fine jacks were 2nl4UM bus 1440000 bus going and jennets catalogued for side to United Kingdam and 6600000 bus to News the Continent From April 1st crop Mr Howard MeCann of this county year to Nov 2 1889 the shipments ag weighed on Thursday 95 head of cattle gregated 15660000 bus 10900000 going that averaged 1650 pounds He sold to United Kingdom and 4700000 bus to them to Goldsmith ft Co at 4i- per the Continent hundred They were to go abroad Lex Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ K Â¬ 1 Fair to Good Common llest Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs J i 0045 00 en the 3 5010 l 7 4 00 3 00 A HOUSE AND Kv LOT in Richmond street room of J S C that of J B V Second ti credit ofsh chase money the da Master Common 1 SPRING LAMBS Extra ANNOUNCEMENTScounty subject to tlie aclioa of the cratic party iliile BO b - roa iiui iir com ei a if Iiia Kll CowlHpetdweU ofta M einli ierk for Circuit I Demo- Â¬ HEATHS OALYA aaaaaaar ijiw is -- - j v jj c All KMs cf Cd Nut Lump and Air 12iik 1 Both the method sad Sjrup of Figs u taken and refhxhiio the Rtutlj yet Liver ami Bowels ci 1 1 OIVI3 1 DELIVER ID To All Parts of the 3E3 BTJOY it I - 3E JB Pri tem sjaactiially aches and i c dLspcSa col Left at Whites Drag or - S Pow s - niiii Geuette 100 KKWAKl 100 Mr J B Embry of Wilmore wis in this city last week and made contracts for bay and straw for cuttle to be fad at the distillery near this city He has lMught 700 head of cattle to be fe there Mt Sterling Adesette In addition to the purchases of fine jack stiM k by Mr Van Clea of Mo noted in last issue of The Record we learn he bought one bom Humphrey Hudson of thk county at 400 and one from WG Hubble of Lincoln at i ToO Lastemstcr 1 readers of the Climax will to learn that there is at least one dreaded dircase that science has been able to cure and in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying founda Record The finest lot of sugar as lies that has tion of the disease and giving the patient left this county for years was that Mr L strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work C Lyon sold to Martin Tl OBBpSOH Co The proprietors have so much faith in its R McAnnich of New Orleans at Splo One of Casey sold to a Marion county party curative powers that they offer 13 mare mule colts at 1750 Jasrrisr hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Jsnrnaf Address Mr J W Smith near BooncslMirongh F J Cheney Co Toledo O went to Scott county on last Thursday Sold by Druggists 75c ii 24 to purchase a lot of cattle fur Squire B C Hackettthe latter feeling too unwell to go Mr Smith has already bought for himself in that county this fall 150 cattle at 31 to ii J cents The lot of cattle recently purchased by George Kratz of Peter Gentry of this county for 430 were weighed up Thursday and the entiit number one hundred and fifty averaged 17i just 20 rMlo Tom Clad to Me yon old fellow pounds less than SO head sold by A E ltslmot ten vrtirsMnce we were marrietl Sit KI Logan ZkuwnaV Aihsaaat down lets Uve an experience amaua Hows the wife f Hudson A Walker sold to J P Embry Oh t shes wuso m an ntual always want Inr something I cant afford JS head of stock cattle they have bead adWeil we all want something more than were vertising in the Record the greater part got Dont yon f but I gaesa want will T I going at 31c and a few at 3e Mr Embry ftarted to keep down expense bo my master stj and now Lil shea tired bought a large number of this class of Im mean and to show for of saving and bttci has having anything it I iaw your down mreet and he looked a happy a a qn stock in Garrard from David Thompson ul think she is and we are ermmical too Colby Jenkins P F Bobinson and othhave to be My wife can make a little so rarthei tliui anyone I ever knew yet ahes always sur ers at current figures JLsmmstm BttarsX prising me with some dainty contrivan adds to the comfort And beauty of our J C Turley has bought for II F v J and shes always merry as a lark When I B Embry 200 head of ca tie at B25 to how she manages it she always ians hs an Oh thats my secret But I think I covered her secret 275 per hundred average 1000 lbs When wc mar knew we shonM hare to be very careful These cattle will lie sloped at the Newmade one condi lion shevvonld And shr riirht I wouldnt do witlXMI market distillery near this city Bobs elf for double the rabocriptlon pr her from the tile page to the last Fletcher and EL E Wes have finished Ties keep or putting in between oOOand K0 acres of of important even can Mt Stirling Adiv- - me poted so that Imy talk wheat in this county what is going on wife is alw ys Trying be pleased 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The oonstiMUba Bjrap only raaodj 01 i dnced pl eptle to the stornach prompt i its action and In ly Lent effects prepared only from healthy and agreeable sub many excellent qnalitiea to all aud have rvle it iLv popular rente ly kno vn Bynrp of Figs is for sa i and 81 bottles hy all lea gists Any rehubk druggist v may not have it on hand will j cure it pruasntly for any oc wishes to try it D j cot I substitute CAUFOniHA FIG SYRUP CO I U T WELLS F i C T WELLS GO eort Ikldi Id Id ill 1 Only a square from the YoU v- - the depot dont have t SAN ntASCISCO LOUISVILLE ST KSW GiIiiiy Soft Coal and Autnracite Now open at Mvrr ol I lua next to Second Ir slrj Quicfceat delivery in town prices Try us C TL WZL13 29- I I REMOVAL I Nut and Lump Coal HAVE MOVED MY Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best ot worlt more rapidly than ever beÂ¬ fore Will be pleased to see ail my old patrons and many new ones The firm af C apSST Remember I have moved to Third dertakers and di Street bet Iivine and North St re dav dissolved bv 11- Deatherage retiring S L MIDKIFF ed to the firm will pU Payments mav be m Mr Death Â¬ MSS01TI0N SOTKTX RICHMOND 1ID LDHBER 1st COAL THE to lSi for CO J S COLLIN S N B DEATHERAGE The Richmond Piano C undersigned have formed a partner vd of F TV rntoo sell all kinds of Coal and LumNB ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ mutualDeahcr Mr Dei consent spectfully request a liberal patronage from F THORN the public The yards are located on J S COLLIN Orchard Street and also on Third Street S n DE 221 where we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new railroad to this place T S BRONSTON - MM HARBER CityLots forSale NOTICE TO CREDITORS of all Mats will undoubt Â¬ edly lie high this winter In fact they Fann products are already high and limbing higher With corn at 8225 bated hay at per hundred oats in the bird selling at 2 to 5225 shelled oats retailingat seventy five cents the farmer shoiili not complain of the market if he has anything to sell 1 Georgetown Times new idea from the hon make all her dre snd she geu all her Magazine and we saved Inc when he was so sick with tus cr nip hy doin jut as directed in IV Sanitarian Department B 1 1 cant tell yoa half r- What wonderf nl Magazine Is it r Demorests Family Magazine and What I Why thats what Lil wanted so bad and I told her It was an extravagance Well my friend thats v grand mistake and one youd better rectify a soon as von can Ill tai on my wifes account shes Unnd to have a for onr tin wedding next c h was the preroi see in htm ks I have a fev lots en F All persons having claims against G V These Wsi ready for Willis or ayauist Stockton Si Willis are fully located ie high aul -nu hereby notified to me to me iiiK grituml and are eonridrred properly verified for paymcil on or be- Â¬ err bust a holnu fore December will any in Ihe eit r be birred J B WILLIS Trustee ell rxnilie mat the THOMAS B AYilES plot ol Ihe groUuJ present I have at Dr Purarsa -11 Real Esute k kits Agucy RICH---- - 7- - T S BRONSTON- - MOND I have decided to give mv sttention again to the bin ing and of Real Estate and the Collection of AcI will thank you for your patron- count TTAVING RETURNED TO Admiaistratris All 1 The Paris News says Wm Tarr sold 30 mules to Jesse Martin of Midway at h George W Allison has MOLE COLTS F3 I SUE ber red returned from New Yolk where he sold his consignment of cattle at 375 to 465 He encountered some rjugh weather go have too mule colts for sale at reason- - plea able prices H IL COLYER 17- - persons indet come MRS estate J HA HUSEKK I - 1MHUOH nuaflUkMB s3 rf a rVi rfjfit nsa SUPPLEMENT r-- VOLUME ATTORNEY F A IV f LBON 1IH1 GASC05L RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1890 I soft-foot- aw BD a r Sk affa v vJ 1 LUM 1 1 -- U L AALM1 111 TVg- -- Tg5re - vJ V Li 1 -- ws - -V NUMBER CENTRAL 23 v ET 11 BURNAM TTORXE IS - AT LA - IV XHMlM IVENTVCKY FirKt FARLEY One of the oldest houses in Kentucky keeps a variety of - Illiniums Building UI VAN A 1 TOllSEY-AT-L- W KCNTIIKV nuicr A it- miuiy - n el sum- - aa formerly ju-iei- - WROUGHT smiths for black iuWKlL A WHEELS and other 8POKKS supplies for TTORXEi T LA IV IVENTICKY - ftl MS wagon makers Best makes of Fine DENTAL SI KGKKY K FARMING IMPLEMENTS A WILKES SMITH VTAL lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS Office - SlRGEOX KENTUCKY Vain StrwU M try LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME tod CEMENT paVCome to the house where C MORGAN XD DD KEXTLCKi S- RCI1M strwt over Madison National - your fathers and grandfathers h LB1 W - BURGIN - DEXTST Kentii KOiiiiel by W 1 bought their goods half a century ky Kes- - lr tc on V J CREED D KWKSVIILE KEXTCCKV mud W 7- L FARLEY W- - Successor to John Farley 47 Everything PHYSICIANS j vauiiun Shoe are PATTTTAN wnrrnnlfd and every pair nan lii unfile and price stamped on bottom JM rOYNTZ I AXDSCRGEOX Kentucky nil MD V to White- lrug AMD - SIRGEOX - - Kkntic k r J TAYLOR in Medk ine and - akaakLBH Surgery Ki sit ky aaW Practitioner and fifty pounds and the man wno ex- Â¬ pects more must bo somothing of a fuel Now is the time to get coaled himself Hla First Essay at Humor and before the weather does Compositor Held on Rreak away How It Ended Turn over a few leaves and see if you cant strike something fresh Written for This Paper Oh Colonel Gascom grimly Ill FTEN while at tending church striko something fresh in a few min- Â¬ lairs Colonel Oas utes Foreman turns over three pages and com editor of the reads Tho Johnnio who has been at Say ton Herald was called upon the seaside for the past three months to rnako a speech studying with a powerful glass the The Colonel al Â¬ paaaing ships that bappou to be in a line ways responded with the shapely female bather with in his happiest short skirts has now deserted the sea- Â¬ vein and as the side having purchased a bald headed ladies connected ticket presumably from a scalper can with the fairs now bo found with a doable barreled wore all anxious opera glass focusing the ballet dancer whoso costume is not unlike that of the to soc names in print Cheyenne bride eemsist Ing principally of his effort was a six inch grin and three streaks of paint loudly applaud- Â¬ and an occasional paste diamond shouting Compositor Shut down ed and he was comoHmented so the brakes Pull up where you are Im highly by the aforesaid ladies that it only human and I cant stand any more began to dawn on him that he was throw- Â¬ of that stuff Colonel Gascom entering suddenly ing time away writing dull editorials when his real talent demanded he should with a bound and yell of rage Como be a humorist And a humorist ho en both of you ungrateful whelps Tako would be One day he spent many hours that smites the foreman with an old preparing a humorous article which ho electrotype nearly scalping him and Â¬ was sure would stag ger bis readers At almost simultaneously kicking the com the same time he thought it best to try positor Into ono corner upsetting a galle y rack columns it on the foreman who seemed to be a ef live type with tea or twelve the The foreman and ceim very intelligent man Colonel to foreman who has just en- Â¬ pesitor rally and a general clevsing up tered for copy John 1 have here an ensues when a policeman rushes in and arrests the trio article entitled Autumnal Reveries Next day the judge having heard tho It is humorous story honorably discharged tho fore- Â¬ Foreman who is looking man and the compejsitor and fined for an increase in his salary I always did say you ought to write humorous ar- Â¬ Colonel Gascom twenty five dollars It is useless to say that a close observation ticles You are so witt- - in conversaof tho Herald would fail to re veal a hu Â¬ tion Â¬ Colonel Thank you John I would morous article by Colonel Gascom envery much to read my article to titled Autumnal Reveries like Alex E Sweet somo one before venturing to publish it Foreman smelling a rat but still WATERWITCHING bearing in mind the raise I would be It la Done A Stream Can Be Traced most pleased to hear it for Any Distance The Colonel reads the artiele When Water is indicated under ground by a the editor is net looking at him his fore Â¬ mans face is as joyless as a closed sum- Â¬ stick in tho hands of somo persons by mer resort hut should the editor look up the aid of electricity This agent exists The from liis e py he would Rod his face In all underground water courses wreathed insunny smiles There are only person who has the right kind of elec-Â¬ tricity in his body tow thing iort of erinv a man wont with tho fluid so can ohargo a stick it will point toward do when he v ilary raised tho electricity in the stream Usually Colonel after reading the article a peach or soft maple stick or hazel bush I want your candid opinion Now John is used This is the shape of tho stick What do you think uf it to bo held in the hands with the insido That of tho hands up thumbs out grasping in r is one of the wil leUoaarnf tho stick whore the dotted linos are Laughs la ad Why made Let the stick point up and to iat lays ovi r any thing Mark the front at aa angle of about 45 de- Twain over vr funny very nel handing y Put the first page And John Foreman an anacoountable thrill of ation coming over him Yes COLONEL A CONFERENCE Mr and Mrs DeWitt Discuss Fam- Â¬ ily Matters Mr J Anthony DeWitt Well so you and the girls havo got the sea shore oraze again have you Do you think Im made of money madam Mrs J Anthony DeWitt Now its no use for you to go to losing your tem- Â¬ per and being so very disagreeable Of courte I know youre not made of mon- Â¬ ey you talk as though I never tried to economize Humph Oh you can humph all you please but if dont practice economy I dont know who docs And as for tho girls tho poor dears are positively shabby half tho time Shabby With all tho bills that are Bent to me for their gowns and their gev gaws and I guess if you had tome wives and tome daughters and some bills to pay youd havo something to make a fuss about thats what I guess But thats neither hero nor thoro We simply must go to Newport or Bar Harbor this sum- Â¬ mer What good did it do you to go last summer It was very dull at all tho summer resorts last summer as you very well know while tho coming season promises to be a very gray ono Ive tho actual names of no less than twenty tery eligi- Â¬ ble young men who aro going to the sea shoro this year and who did not go last That makes tho dear girls chances much ls ilffl their better May bo so Oh you may well say that for if you are so close and so short sigh tod as to Â¬ refuse them money enough to mako a decent appearance it will bo may bo 0 sure enough for them What in thunder do you Anthonyl 1 dont give a Mr DeWitt havo the kindness to reÂ¬ member that you aro talking to your icife hundred a week A thousand dollars Wha what for duds Jerusalem in Jfr DeWitt if you swear In my presence again 1 shall leave tho room Why cant yem bo a little reasonable Do you expect to go on noAny Nothing Groat Cfesar I I Now see bcre you may havo Jhrce hundred for duds and a hundred and fifty a week Not another cent Not for expenses another cent And mind yon no bills Mind that If a lot of bills come in after youre gone by the great horn spoon Ill Ill Oh youll pay them thats all Ill be hmtgm if I will And another thing if none of tho girls come homo engaged its tho very last time I put up money for a husband hunt of this sort Mind laotT He is so trylnr says Mrs DeWitt with a sigh after Mr DeWitt has gono storming1 out of the room Tint hnil havo tho bills to pay just the same Lisrht CONVENIENT COW STABLE tt la Easily Built and Has Plenty of Spao Best Method of Fastening Cattle A subscriber of tho American Agri sulturist asks mo to describo my stylo sf cow stablo method of fastening etc First tho barn is built on rising ground with ample drainage requiring qo floor to keep ones feet dry being built on a low conorcto wall sixteen Inches thick and twclvo inches high abovo tho surface It has a balloon frame with self supporting roof and cigh teen feet posts joists eight and threo fourths feet abovo tho floor Tho outsido is covorol with matched drop siding tho insido colled up with floor- Â¬ ing backed with tarred paper The floor overhead is of matched pino floor- Â¬ ing tho roof is of tho bost quality of shingles Tho stables are each ten feet j i DRAFT HORSES Borne Points In Their Management Bow the Street Car Companies Treat Them The horses most desired by street car companies are of a blccky chunky kind weighing from 1050 to 1230 pounds In color gray and roan are proforred ex Â¬ perience having shown that white and black animals aro weak and very soon used up Tho horses reared in hilly and stony localities are preferred beforo those from Iowa Illinois and other prairie States and Ohio Pennsylvania Michigan Now York and Now Lngland furnish the best stock for this use tho reason being that the foot are harder and sounder and of hotter shape so that the horses will last at least four or five years and somo of them twice as long in service while tho flat horses of tho West give out in a few weeks Tho average price paid is 150 per head and the system of purchase is ten days trial with tho option of re Â¬ jecting the animal with or without given reasons Tbo feeding as might easily be thought is most carefully managed The food consists of cut hay slightly moistened with mixed ground feed corn and oats added given In small DJITO1T RAMSEY ft FIFE KY RICHMOND NEXT SESSION OP Wednesday Sept 10 1890 De Â¬ Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con Iiainlie Kaetod with Corner Dry ioods Store n sellitis his interest to W D Oldham but is now runn I - THPE2 COLLEGES Fourteen partments of Study THE PALACE h Dry ti First Street wilii W old corner -S Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachelor B A B S and BI an Mattel M A If S LD Commercial and tive C A mil faculty of able anj experienced men each a apccialial in Ins tlepartment from Attendance hat aesaioa States and Territories More than 100000 New Gymnasium added to the endowment last year Expenses to 240 for 17 tuition board washing and servants in I I 3i attention at the reel l and wants his old frien ladies and gentlemen anel public generally to call on him h then lel cheaper than them before We have cnreil the tenrieea t Mr 11 1 1 Wr 1 Ht y Well then address me as a gentleman should address a lady Pooh Mighty fine aint you Well Lets see lots get down to business Mags thirty now isnt she Slag I do wish Anthony that you uould give up at least a few of your vul- Â¬ Im not likely to forget it I FIO 1 SUCTION OF STALLS - - W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE rifinver Dykea Grocery i JOHN M POSTER V - AXPSCRGEOX - KfMLlKV xt door to Luzon s cor Main and later Colonel 1 have been thinking John that yon are worth more than twelve GENTLEMEN a week to mo Hereafter I will Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain make it Dffeeen The exceHenee and wearing qaalKtflsof this shoe Foreman thank you thank youl caimt lc better shown tl Qsiant wuarers endoree- tour lu thousands of ci To himsi If as lie goes out Taffy beats and rnuinr Iland ScOO atTllmh dreM St eweri an elcpantIttielf strikes every time mmends O Jland Howed elt A fine calf bliM MJOb At twelve 0doek Colonel Gascom durability r uuti Welt is SO 50 Cioodyearponular price the standard dreF went out for his midday lunch but Sh e at a O as far when ob 050 lolici munR Shoe Is especially adapted served he got clouds as the doorandhofear- Â¬men w Allfr railroad omrrejofarmers etc La o dark gathering ma le In lJutton and since lntrcxluced bavo leen ooMl t imjirovementa make them EUierior t anv LteM sold ttAsk your iH alerat and If iinces mot supply rot he ca dln ct1 to factrr eneloslup advertised price for order Llanks IllM VSH I D VA XI S I RGEOX Kentucky pul- 32SHOESlafdEs faviraly NnNI W 1 1 J lonal nerviccKto the j DOKJLAS Hrocktoa Sloso U EL Sold by Jock Freernan Kentucky 1IIVs It I X A XD S I RGEOX WE I Mlu Street 28- - 11 BRIGHT M D IHYslClA X A XI S I RtEOX Kentucky W h mm sw AND LL LljBa HOLD ON KEiP riiiillng ken to mieroerofitaal and of t laniCh and fluid on Main Street RC 8 BOLTi Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richm Kkntucky HARDWARE TEATS A DEAD 6TEAI 0 M - Pai tenia innicl at a ilife llouuoiiMthic iiiedliiueh sent - U Special iillt iilUin ni f women and all diffi BrialitV Hours For JScilo is JENNINGS - A GIBSON Kentucky Aallaee Our Goods are of txcellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE Physicians and Surgeons Richmond - - - Repairing of Tinware at LowRues STECIVLTY OF Â¬ over 4 HiceV A E AC LIZ 1HVSICIAX AXD SLRGEOX Kentucky Richmond tli fl1c Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves nauit liuilding 3M V Main Street upstairs Buniam - ipU - JM BLACK rtirsiciAx axd surgeox 2S- CLAUDE SMITH 7- - CO Iiki Huuh Ky SURGEON HAS HOOKER THROUGH CAR LINE lETECXAn GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary Dentistry aud Sterility a Haveauiy OmCB Next dKr to Climax office Dil 46- MACKINAC Commencing July ist there will be eslliitliBin building Kicliiuond Ky tablished a through line of first cas tihuled Pullman and Wanner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati laton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and al HARRISON D principal resort of tl- - Upper Peninsula of Michigan via the C II V D R R and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleeper will be attached to trains leav Iptioliterer and Furniture Repairer Caricinnati at low p m daily except pet laving a specialty All work neatly done Eigriti en tears experience Shop Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at 109 Irvine st 2nd door from Post office 9 a m daily except Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing 20 37 through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as Dmrtoo R R the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central Rrmust be appar ent to all first class travel No othei line can offer such advantages as to accommo BURNAM dations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your the most lovely resotts on the Tie Oldest Strsrsrcit American journey to continent An er can Ccapaaica For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached NORTH AMERICA of he C via this line write to fctcCo 11 cc D R R or to E liING FIELD General Passcnttr and Ticket Agent No unati O aoo Wot Fourth Stn MILLER Â¬ INSURANCE HUME Â¬ si HNECnCUT MA OAR A PENNSYLVANIA QERMANIA MERCHANTS PLOMBIIfi Gas Fitting CO ROCK BOTTOM RATES Sanitary Plumbing Steam Farmers National Bank BURNAM arntit forget our office ia ut the HUME N R Toliacco lUrtii Country 81 mid Milling property ppeviulties BH All orders promptly filled and work to be And all gas guaranteed pf the ught size according tions ot l W 2 No pany ice ad opposite Hotel Gly ndon 3- dress Lock Box 15 ing rain he went back to his office for The Colonels office is his umbrella separated from the composing room by a thin partition which docs not reach to the ceiling and as ho heard his name mentioned in conversation in the composing-room and feeling pretty sure the foreman was regaling the compositor with the many good points with which bis Autumnal Ileveriej abounded he d to play eavesdropper The following is what he hoard Foreman in a disgusted tone I aint a bit hungry Compositor Whats the matter stom 1 of order Foreman The old man road a sketch of his to mo which ho claimed was humorous Compositor What That old codger trying to bo funny Colonel behind tho partition much surprised Whats this Whats this Foreman The old duffer has gone out to lunch so Ill give you a sample of it Reuehes up and lifts a wad of MSS from the imposing stone Compositor burying his face in a pail of beer to brace up for the ordeal Does the old fool say any thing about re and yellow leaf or tho melan- Â¬ choly days Foreman Thats just what ho does Reads Autumnal Rev- Â¬ say Listen eries Although I havo not been re quested to do so by the surviving rela- Â¬ tives yet I think I autumn make groans from tho corup who socks re- Â¬ lief in the beer pail a few remarks at the grae as it were of tho deparUxl season As an indue nicnt to the reader sketch to to read on I pronii nd jaundiced leaf and not snub t to throw the reader Into a melancholy m at all except y referrit lancholy days to mention thai actually arrived In our city and an the mddoat hey claim to any thing bo ladder than these tough ens Did JO evr hear any thingquite Lhosa pui Never in all my life and TVrwh f rrn ur ily Foreman And jost to think 1 had to laugh at that stuff And thats tho Colonel to himself man whoso salary I raised three dollars Compositor I guess the poor devil is losing his mind Foreman Draco yourself for another dose Reads This is the season when the considerato road agent warms the shivering passengers on tho Western train by covering them with a revolver and Compositor Hold on Thats a dead steal I read that somewhere Foreman 1 would say the whole thing was stolen if it wasnt so poor Compositor I hope ho hasnt got off any old coal dealer jokes or stove up chestnuts about fixing up the stove pipe Pass that Foreman lie hasnt eh These are to boor Just listen to this the man who has to put up a stove not so much tho piping days of peace as the piecing da3 s of pipe which reminds mo that the coal question is up for discussionTho price of coal will go up but remain stationary at the weight vs seven tee n hundred pounds to the ton Very rseyenteen hundred Â¬ 11 1 11 IS THUNDER DO TOC garities and stop calling our Marguerite Mag You used to call her Mag yourself TITE STICK USED when wo lived on the farm before 1 was Â¬ grees Hold the hands up about as high fool enough to sell off and go into spec ulation hero in the city Well Mar as the elbows start forward and as tho thirty stick begins to draw down let it go gent- Â¬ gcuente isnot She was twenty nine last She is ly until it points down Then go two July or threo rods beyond that place and And this is May como back across the place By crossing Well shes not thirtv yet and rccrossing the stream can be fol-Â¬ Well Jen is lowed any distance Jeannctte if you please If tho stick begins to drop a long way Oh JannVt Well shes twenty from where it drops straight down tho water will bo deep If tho water bo seven and Meillio is Why cant you say Mamie shallow the stick will show it To be I used to call her Mollie and no fuss accurate cros3 tho stream from both sides and tako the average of whore tho was made about it You are so trjing stick points down It may vary a triflo Well I aint tho only trying person and if on digging the stream is missed under this roof tako tho stick down tho well and have Go it show on which side tho water is want to on go on Insuit mo all you Then tako an auger and bore into tho Oh for the Lords sake dont go to earth at that side Tho stick will not sniffling work in my hands but I can tako any How can I help crying when you aro person with whom tho stick will work I once ran short of so so brvti and find water You wim Brutal Pooh Brutal water in a dry time and got a neighbor men beat timo for general tom feolory in- Â¬ como and find me water to I went to a low place and found two streams anyhow Well now weve got down to crossing each other at almost right Kitty and Kitty will need very littlo She is angles Ono stream was above tho other and had yellow gravel Tho lower only twenty two and sho will have to one had dark gray gravel Each stream be kept in tho background to give Mar-Â¬ guerite and tho others a better chance was four feet thick and had an abundKit will enjoy that ance of water Sometimes a strong KitP You can be simply dreadful shallow stream will attract tho stick But Im never so when Im signing thirty or forty feet but tho stick will show it is shallow by not dropping low checks for you Oh no If you would only havo tome regard until it gets about to tho stream Farm Why tho girls would for our feelings and Home die if you wore to call them Mag and Jen and Kit and Moll before people THE HORSE And pray never call mo Mat as you did Some Points That Should Re Fostesaed the other day before the DeCourcys I by the Farmers Horse I Tho profitable horse for tho farm thought should sink through tho floor I can remember tho time when you Â¬ must combine a good degree of adaptamo call you tion to the required farm work with were glad enough to havo and Mattio qualities that demand recognition in MatBut Martha sounds much bettor for a the best markets A small proportion woman of my years and I ought always of the horses produced on the farm are Mrs DeWitt to you before callers required for continued farm labor but to bo society it is a fortunate fact that the bost and or In Madam DoWittl How docs that Oh most reliable markets call lor such suit you horses as may bo produced from a class Well its better than Mat of mares best adapted to the diversified Well lets go back to business wants of the farmer No clear sighted breeder wiHbe contented to raise the Now if youre not going to put Kitty on animal that in common parlance is de- the market Anthony nominated the general purpose horse Well Ho ia a compromise between the two To speak so of On tho marKCt types that are required to furnish three your oicn daughters fourths of the market requirements and I always call things by their right fails to give in any considerable degree names and I always intend to and if tho distinctive merits of either The idea that the horse that at ma- these soa shore riots aint regular mat markets u hat aro thoy turity will weigh from 1000 to LMfl rimonial MtaTbe You rulgar pounds possessing a semi draft somi I will tell tho truth and shame the roidstcr formation but wanting the it of the former and the stylo and iovil and Anthony action of tho latter is a typical horse Well if Kitty Isnt to bo disposed o for the farmer to breed is a delusion and a snare This idea has sacrificed this vear and if theres danger of her I cut of joint putting Margur tho best available blood in tho country why cant sltego up to her grandmothers Â¬ ignored tho demands of the best markets and filled the land with unsalable In the oountrTT Of off with mo Shed e bectuse undesirable stock rbtnt to tf d in th Tho combination of speed style and weight so often found in the roadster other girls way but itd be better for stallion of the present gives us an her to to Sell herself eh animal entitled to the careful con- Â¬ I didnt say so A sider uion of a class of our farmers You mean You mean it anyhow standard bred roadster stallion of superior style and finish and weighing in that it would be better to get rid of Kit- Â¬ proper condition 1200 pounds or up- Â¬ ty than to holdall tho girls over another vear Well may be so Kitty 11 be get ward is a grand acquisition to a comting shop worn by and by and of discriminating farmers munity Do Witt from such a sire and well bred cleanIt is nt well to hold stock of any limbed good styled roadster mares weighing 1100 pounds or more a class kind over and I shall leave tho room if your lan Â¬ of colts should be produced that will guage does not become less offensive always bo in demand for carriage work Im using plain terms thats all in our cities as well as adapted to a Plain terms certain extent to tho wants of a class Well lets get through with this of our American farmers How much will it take for business Tiib common perennial phlox exists thoir toggery Well of course theyll havo to be well that it is a wonder is net seen in col- - dressed and well havo to live in good WHAT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four inches wide as is also tho alloy and manger room Back five feet from the manger a trjnch eight inches deep and sixtoen inches wide was dug and a trench box mado of two inch plank with eight inch sides was put into this trench and bedded in cemont mortar making it absolutely water tight A plank fourteen inches in width was spiked to tho inner edgo of tho tronch- box for tho hird feet of tho cows tho fore foot aro on the earth This shuts out all undercurrents of air frost and odors Tho stalls arei made double to hold two cows each Tho stablo is spaced off into places six foot two inchos wide and two planks set upright as soon in Fig 1 and nailod to tho joist overhead and toe nailed to blocks set In tho ground having first been charged with hot gas tar A brace board fourteen to sixteen inches is sot up and toed first to tho heel plank at tho gutter and clinched to tbo uprights a a A littlo moro than feet from tho floor according to the size of the cows a nock plcce is fastonod on with largo wood screws this keeping tho cows out cf tho manger Between each of these uprights a letter A is fastened as soin in Fig 3 This keeps tho two cowh standing side by side opart when oiting from tho manger When not eating thoy often stop back as they can the length of tho slack of their chains twelvo inches and can throe-and-a-ha- lf FIO 2 PERSPECTIVE VlfcW OF STALLS peacefully lick each others faces Twenty inches but not cross horns abovo tho floor Fig 2 a hole is bored through the inner upright and tho end of these neck halter chains slipped through ono holo answering for a chain from oach side Tho chain is what is known as a four O and has a swivel at tho split so that it will not kink This chain gives tho cows much free- Â¬ dom of movement allows them to com- Â¬ fortably lie with thoir heads upon their sides and often allay tho irritation of an itching hide If tbo end bar of tho chain is put through two end rings thoy nover unfasten The cows aro quickly tied or untied A nail is driven into the neck pieco and when tho cow is loosened the chain is hung over this and when the same cow is to be tiod up the chain is dropped over the neck and fastened without bother Tho balance of Fig 3 is self explanatory With this stylo of stable the caro of the cows seemed reduced to tho mini- Â¬ mum American Agriculturist ways fed by tho same feeder whon possible and the feeder gives close atten- Â¬ tion to each particular horso to know how much food is eaten and how much is left so that tho quantity given can bo guaged exactly After every feed the mangers are thoroughly cleaned out and for this purpose cast iron hol- Â¬ low bowls or enameled kettles of suf- Â¬ ficient size aro used In which no food leftover can gather In corners and ret sour Theso round troughs must bo rust proof and are cleaned out with a wet sponge by the stablemen twle o a day Tho result Is that fesod is eaten cleanly and nono is wasted by reason of Moreover since offensive troughs these feed troughs were introduced lntei tho Chicago stables colic and other forms of indigestion have practically disappeared The water is even moro particular than tho feeding In some of tho New York stables it has been found neces- Â¬ sary to filter the water given to tho horses The filter used consists of a barrel filled with coarsely ground char- Â¬ coal with small brush and gravel to keep it in place and with somo sulphur added Tho sulphur came Into use from tho fact which became known to ono of tbo large stock owners that In tho neighborhood of Richfield Springs tho farmers had found the sulphur water exceedingly beneficial to their horses and experienco has proved that the filtered and sulphured water has been drunk by tho city road horses with much advantage and is preferred by the animals to any other Under tho microscope it is found perfectly free from all impurity A gentleman from Chicago stated that while using tho city water tho horses were often sick and twenty dollars a month was usually spent for medicine and much timo was lost besides Tho water from a clear spring was brought to tho barn at a cost of ono thousand dollars and after its use the troublo stopped no medicines were needed and no timo was lost through sickness Tho general management is so con- Â¬ ducted as to avoid danger of disease or exhaustion by tho hard work and to preserve tho animals in comfortable The horses are thoroughly condition Tho same driver grewmod twice a day is always kept with the team when possible and it has been found that a team will keep in good condition do better work and last longer in service when there Is no cbango of drivers In the summer a days work is fifteen miles and this is always done at one spell after which tho horses havo a This ia found long unbroken rest better than short frequent journeys and short rests Tho horses always rest beforo feeding and In the hot weather have frequent small drinks of water at which timo the mouth and nostrils aro Under this sys Â¬ sponged and cooled tem which generally includes nutri- Â¬ tious foeding tho cleansing of tho troughs tho use of puro water thorÂ¬ ough grooming twice a day use of tho samo driver and feedor single spoils of hard work and continuous rost after it horsos well selected havo lasted profitably through twelve years of such exacting labor as that necessary to ope- Â¬ rate city street railroads while tho loast term is four and a half to five years Henry Stowart in Country Gon Â¬ Â¬ quantities at short Intervals A small PHEPAHATOHY DSPASTMEirr quantity of loose hay Is thrown to the Pkof R L PviXl m M A Principal horses when thoy aro brought in from and two assistant give undivided attenwork then whon the regular feeding tion o the thorough instruction and dishour arrives which is never soon after cipline ot pui The new Gymnasium contains a large or just before a trip six to eight quarts of the ground feed with flvo pounds of study hall neated with single eleks c all the eeruip- cut hay are given The horses aro al Â¬ nient recitation 1 Jreen -- man and 1 M Â¬ ment of a Srat clasa training school Careful attention given to physical training Students have access to the gwnnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Profe Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue ap- F ply to Hazel wood and Mrs Million guarantee salesladies an general protection Now is the and children time to buy your g irs are so low thai we may h to mark them in place of eh nvn Wt on hand and daily a splendid stock 2s Ladies1 and ients Furnishing L II BL ANTON 9 Chancellor A cTsvy - I RIFF afo ATCit Clothing Ii Shoes Trunks in fact every thing kept in a first el re We call especial atten tion to our suits of Â¬ S5ai f A wP M Wc2 r- - OLit tA TiBmwr sN BOYS CLOTHING at 185 A- low cost and other custom made best brands of all very el plendid line of all kinds of Shir Over and Under iron to - thelest and 10 cent Hand kerchiefs and Hosiery in 5 Â¬ UTCIUIEIUnEUR DKAIKR IX VVatclie city Kill tJ Ladies1 White Party Crashes from per yard le Calico 5 4c t Clocks Jewelry Silver ami etc Special cents less tlian cost - V Lace Bed Malta ill attention given to Curtains a big lin cheap anel Curtain IV amrts its Paal to 7 A g 1 FHTTINQ DIAMONDS ur AND OTHFK PRECIOUS STONES o until j have in a lin vill REPAIRING Promptly done ami in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Richmond ai many other special bargains Ii you will in goods and look we will how you ail through stock to Dont forget the place next door ft to the Pemt ottice Hicimoml Ky 30- - G0RMLEY HAS TIIK Ramsey 5 Fife MADISON Monumental Works RICHMOND KY FINEST LINE OF tleman Holder Tako a board two foot long six inches wide and heavy one Inch thick Mako in ono end and taper a the other end for a handlo Use hard wood that is tough and will not split I put rivots In mine says a writer in the Ohio Farmer and a piece of strap iron from one rivet to tho othor Ono man can hold any hog after getting this A Hog lo Saddlery AM Trotting fcs Outfits Every--Character I am IICKl gmvmm RICHMOND BOLDFR HAS EVER HAD and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most tvtr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I yi very good way is te 30W to get a Btyh They start to grow them in the and trtako fino As a ison the sowing spring To bo sure One has to spend money to make money How much - is the very leatt you can get along withWell certainly not less than three hundred a week and about a thousand for replenishing the girls wardrobes and w stop right there Mat Three over its nose This size is good for all sizes of hogs Throw tho bog and Ilany to Conquer when ho opens his- - mouth slip tho Tho Hessian fly so dostructive to boldor over bis nose tho lower side in wheat causes millions of dollars of his mouth Bear down on tho end of damage annually but is effectively tho handlo until it comes to his side controlled by prompt and systematio and then let bis feet loose Ho cant action At harvest lcavo tho cutting anl you can ring him with no bar of tho reaper as high as possible to troublo at alL No patent on this avoid carry lag off the straw and with it tho dormant pupoe of tho fly When Dunpjr Jaw tho shoavos of grain have been carted Lumpy Jaw Actinomycosis is caused away tho stubble should bo thorough by a vegetable parasitic germ or fungus ly and caroully burned and tho field which is taken in through tho mouth sowed to cow peas to bo turned under and enters the jaw or other tissue in tho fall To mako tho stubble-burnin- g through some decayed tooth or through remedy a success a whole neighborÂ¬ the circulation Tho germ is also car Â¬ hood shoull co operato In it for a ried back into the throat sometimes at single neglected field will winter tacking the root of the tongue or glands enough flies in embryo to stock a whole of the throat or gets into the blood and county For individual growers the locates in another part of tho body following precautions will be found When it localises itself In a gland profitable About September 1 sow around the jaw or throat it can be cut around the field intended for winter out and if the animal doesnotshow any wheat a nirrow strip of white wheat offects from it in other parts of the body such as Diehl This will serve as a and is thrifty for aconsiderablo length of trap and soon receive tho eggs of tho time afterwards it may bo safely re Â¬ flies When they havo coascd their garded as boing extirpated But when work tho ftrip should bo plowed under it is in the jaw bono and koeps increas as deeply ai possiblo and tho main crop ing in size and the animal becomes ema-Â¬ sown Whera tho Hessian fly is ciated it is rendered useless for any very numerous in tho spring it is best purpose and should be destroyed It is to postpone sowing tho main crop until a contaffious disease when there Is anv after tbo ilrst sharp frost The fly is discharge from accesses and to prevent delicate an i can not enduro cold Red its spread take no affected animal into a or yellow wheat grows strongly has well herd and in case of an outbreak hard leaves and is therefore damaged destroy all with bone3 affected and ro loss by tho fly Tho most nearly fly move tho glandular swellings from tho proof wheats are tho Lancaster Med Â¬ others Usually the lumps gather or iterranean Red Chaff and Clawson suppurate in spots and break ulcerate and continue to run oftentimes as long Didnt Seem to Do Him Any Jood as the animal lives sowing Â¬ You should marry A Woman ex about to be picked up by the germs erts a re fin ng influence on man What thus cause tho disease to be others and developed you need is a wife Orange Judd Farmer Are yon married B O yea Ive been married twenty a fear or an apple orchard planted in grass kept in grass starved by grass year Why havent you and your wife been will go to grass speedily and ought liviDg together all these years Texas to otherwise it encourages shiftless- Â¬ Â¬ mm i WCGornileyCo AHTE1V OR MOST MO NUMEN STATUARY ELABORATE v CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application Imported Native Marble Call and GRANITE always on hand and see me A D FLORA i- - Proprietor School for Girls IE BARBOUR will take a Class of Twenty G j j Siftinga taiga For instruction in English Latin French and German Terms and Thousands of dollars worth of other particulars will be made chickens die every year from Chol- known in person or by circular era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the Ml iiRIE BARBOUR discovery of a remedy thate cures it has been made and to be con- having returned from the Cin- vinced of its efficacy only requires a cinnati Conservatory of Music trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for II take pupils in vocal and in- one hundred chickens It is guarimental music at her room in anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly the new school building in the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken rear ot tho First Presbyterian Cholera return it to the undersigned Church and your monev will be refunded School will open on Monday BROOKS September Sth STOCKTON Â¬ I Â¬ foJeJ Riper FIVE-FIFTY-NI- afci Bi I nterc aalaltos Number UnK ft moment One i poaaaa dttn rose and my Kate and halt a morld apart at cheated Pate But An keep our KTac lom f the Heart 1 Is drowned lo steam and- ateaine cloud A von- i - And I mttmm - rf T I a Uew Bow jnls away 111 rrom Fate we Heel hoard one say And she irr ot tuistd leaden -UL drag my fee jr behind misty winding sheet that change of programmes and made her de-ire known very promptly Presently Mr Peddieord arrived at nciusion that a day in bod every month rcay bo an excellent thing but it should be taken undiluted with ba bies After Mrs Peddieord bad been gone an hour John Henry thought this thing of stay i ng at home to rest as a delusion and a snare and he tried to concoct a rood reason for foregoing his resolution of following the prominont physicians advice To be sure ho thought theres that business with Sparrowgrass I ought to have attended to months ago He lives in Frogville fifteen miles away o rer a very rough road and Ive bing putting it off because its a nasty NEW METHOD OF TESTING MILK Dr Babeoek of tha Wisconsin Station Discovers a Simple and Accurate Pro- Any one who has attended a dairy convention or who carefully follows the dairy literature of the day must have come to realize that milk testing is the leading question before our dairymen Tho rank injustice of paying for milk or dividing tho money between patrons on the pounds delivered basis has been tolerated only because It could not be avoided When the system of pay Â¬ ing for milk upon weight Is new in a community It works fairly well for a short time but soon patrons learn to take advantage and tho result Is that as time goes on more and more milk Is required to make a pound of butter or cheese Of course there are always a few who water or skim these are oc- Â¬ casionally caught and fined or expelled but tho difficulty does not end here for there are other ways of getting ahead It was my ploasuro last winter to atÂ¬ tend the annual meeting of the Illinois State Dairymens Association where I learned that the demand for a test was ROOT OftOP Their Value as A reed for Sheen and wine Â¬ PARMERS MISTAKE A Firmer Who Has the Courage to Talk A of Bis Blunders Â¬ SEE OUR LINE OF Tliat I tripped on stored and cried There she is My Kate my Kate Cascrau hod And not a soul beside at Urine frelfhu rnhllng travelers hie with their frvt Ah I I Hay little by tey forget not in words that dull ear strains ven to fear ratu r There eome the stretcher and thewheet Bat of your pure hearts purest give m the hungry I Htith that opted Betimes himself to leap and live But stayed and stopped the train and died A clay in greasy Jeans dinger to the dead tor her who can not She norrow should have wed With him that brou rht jvu polv to mo Charles F LuramU is BcrUners on dumb HIS DAY IX KEI It Might Have Been Nice If Un Â¬ diluted with Batbiea BE DOUXDED OUT OK TnE HOUSE C6 O THINK 10 11 remarked John bed to day Ill stay wiry Peddi Â¬ eord when the exeat off at ser es a few morn I iagi apo alarm clock Â¬ - jf ft dont feol very well and I road a fow days 6inco an article hy a prominent physician in which be said that if eld po to bed and stay tbero iy In every month and keep Â¬ W they would live to a rood old age ik I would said Mrs I ddioord encouragingly a boon complaining of a se- for aaietal days and I jito anxious about you turned over on his pil- tlcd himself for bis unwonted get to sleop aprain when ssato up The baby had not iirned article by the proml- and it would have had n her if she had She was op- n general principles and If or night and only suc- at t k latter time from dire n she could no longer os open But stay in bed all but its a mighty sight easier than minding this baby John Henry Peddieord dressed him self and took the baby down stairs whore tho girl was ironing Norah said he Im sorry to interrupt your ministrations at the ironing board but I find it necessary to go to the country and 111 have to leave the baby with you When Mrs Peddieord returns tell her I received a telegram calling mo away on very Important business and that I shall not be back before nine or ten oclock to night and perhaps not before to morrow morning Yis sorr replied Norah as she assumed charge of mommers ittle tod dles and John Henry bounded out of tho house with an exhilaration over his new found freedom such as he had not felt since he was a school boy William U Switer in Drakes Magazine THE STOCK BULL His Importance to the Breeder flow lie Job to do Â¬ A Â¬ A FIO 1 KM THE BABCOCK MILK TESTES Â¬ Â¬ still the leading question It seemed apparent that while some were satisfied with Shorts others with Patricks test something better adapted to factories and more economical in the use of was called for Deeply Im Â¬ I returned and reported the situation to Dr S M Itabcock who at once set about tho work uncertain of course as to what the outcome would be but willing to do his best Five months of patient work resulted in tho now method of fat analysis now given to the chemicals pressed wonder is that this method of analysis has not been found out before tor many chemists must havo gone that very way In this test I be- Â¬ and passed closo by lieve we have tho most rapid econom- Â¬ ical system of milk analysis yet offered to tho public in which there is tho do sired degree of accuracy Briefly stated the method of analysis A measured quantity of Is as follows milk Is placed In a glass bottlo with a long narrow graduated nock An equal volume of commercial sulphuric acid is added to tho milk which has the effect of breaking up tho cascine and black- Â¬ ening tho sugar but docs not destroy tho fat The fat Is brought to the sur- Â¬ face by placing the test bottios in a slanting postlon in tho rim of a hori- Â¬ zontal wheel and whirling by hand or power about eight hundred revolutions per minute for five or six minutes Hot watcris then pouredinto the bottios until tho nocks are part filled when they are whirled again for a couplo of minutes at tho end of which time all of tho fat has risen in tho nock where it is road off on tho graduated scale By the old laboratory methods tho chemist must charge a couple of dollars an analysis if he makes tho wages com mon to his class By the Babeoek test Â¬ public Now that wo understand it the luxury - liabys waking was the signal for her Jo Id Mrs Poddl- Ing to get up I laby while I y this morning you know Itll think - rcorring p I and I - ailing tha great work of arnus- John Henry Petticord ied on the bed a varied assort- ys There were dolls tin ocmotives building blocks and the like be aid of these adjuncts to in- ification and the expendi l ital force than an entire ture Jays work at the office would consume - iicord dressed John iiiiuse the attempt wni not a glgan- Oeam The baby wasted to get up days work but John ving resolved to put into rninent physicians could not accede to the infants pb it was supported by Â¬ I V IOIIS 11EXBT PEUPOlliUiU VAJIIOlS XXWTIC BVMJBIMBB OTM- - John Henry kept the baby in a state of comparative quiet for ten minutes and word comparative1 is used ad lly By this time Mr 3ord was dressed John Henry Peddi baby now and dress said fm sure she hasnt bothered you much love Ses dust as 2ood as dold se is mommers ittle tod- -- Ill take the bo Should be Treated and Bandied large part of the success of a breeder of any kind of cattle depends on tho bull which he places at tho head of his herd on tho quality of the animal and his care and management A man may add a fine cow to his herd and her individual calves will slowly improve it but tho influence of a fine bull is immediately percoptiblo in the calves from tho whole herd and a fair percentago should bo superior to their dams While individ al merit is necessary in tho bull that which lies back of him in his ancestry on both sides is equally so Particular attention should be civon to the dam of the bull for he is more likely to imnross her qualities on his offspring than those of any individual animal not excepting at Tho care of a stock bull should begin with his birth He should be kept growing steadily and fed that kind of food which will produce a good growth of bono and muscle without bo coming fat Milk new or iHMBOd ground oats bran or middlings aii hay and grass are tho best looda for a bull that is intended for a Iotit life of less Also ho should havo exercise by a run in a pasture or yard until is months or two years old n should have kind treatment but no familiar petting Never on any ac- Â¬ count allow any one to play with him Tho bull should be kept in the barn where ho is near the cows and as near as possible to one of the main passago ways If near the cows he is contented and more quiet and if ho stands wImto he constantly sees tho men passing him he becomes familiar with them and is not so liable to become vicious But on no account should the men pay any at Â¬ tention to him in passing either to quarrel with him or to caress him Let them understand they are to let him alone and pay no attention whatever to him Ho should be frequently let loose in the yard with the cows and after two years old it is better to hood him when turned loose Ho then gets the exercise without endangering any lives or molesting the fence In this way the hull may be kept many years with- Â¬ out finding out his strength is much healthier and safer and a surer stock r and is 1 believe much moro siabaS to be the sire of quiet pleasant offspring In serving cows ono service is enough even bettor for the cow than two and certainly better for tho bulL A cow with one servico is moro liable to have a calf than if more arc allowed A yearling bull may servo three or four cows a week with no injury to himself if allowed only ono servico to the cow and a day or two between cows I do not believe a two or throo y ear old bull would be limited if treated in this way and his calves will be uniformly strong It is the injudicious treatment and worse than unnecessary overwork that injures tho vitality of tho bull and causes him to sire weak calves and to havo an early decline of power A little good judgment and common sense would keep almost any bull in active usefulness as long as it seemed desirable to retain him C M Winslow in Farm and Home A Â¬ Â¬ J jJfi Ji FIGS 2 AND 3 correspondent of the London Live The worst mistake I ever made says stock Journal thinks that the feeding a correspondent of tho Country Gentle of mangels to sows when in pig U apt man was trying to carry on a big farm to cause the pigs tofomo dead or to alo when I could afford only sufficient labor shortly after birth He mentions a and manure properly to oultivate a very number of oases going to prove that small one It took me about two years mangels produce these effects The HI to find this out and bring my operaresults of feeding mangels to ln pig tions down to their proper limits With sows and ln lamb ewes has been men twelve acres I obtained far better re- Â¬ tioned by others having experience in sults than I did with 150 and I reckon I have saved over 1000 miles in travel the handling of sheep and swine I am not Tho subject Is treated In volume I for men and teams already of tho American Southdown Record by certain but that a less number of acres Henry Wood who wrote when In charge would bo better yet of the Lord Walslngham flocks saying My next mistake was In breeding Up to the year 1853 the Merton owes common or mongrel stock dunghill were folded on turnips from the end of fowls instead of thoroughbreds This I October until the spring of the followvery soon corrected and stocked my ing year They were then asunhealthy place with pure blooded stock which as any ewos in the country In the costs no moro to keep and brings in far early part of 1854 there were something larger returns besides the pleasure and Uko one hundred and ten cases of abor- gratification there Is in keeping the tion and eighty ewes died Feeling same Mistake number threo was mado that a chango in the treatment must be In trying to keep too many kinds of made I determined that in the future stock and raising too many kinds of tho owes shSuld not be fed on crops I very soon sifted down to a or six selected few of which I mako a specialexcept for flvo turnips weeks when the rams are with ty In trying to keep and raise every they hod lambed until them thing it divides your labor mind and Since that time they havo been fed and attention too much no one Is made a folded on grass land with tho supply of success and many are complete failures grass dally supplemented by a reason I believe In diversified farming just so able allowance of a mixture of hay far as time and labor permit one to give chaff and bran at the rate of four bush Â¬ all his Interests their proper attention els of chaff to ono of bran At about the but not beyond that for this reason fifteenth week of gestation half a bushel only that should ono branch of farm- Â¬ more bran is added to each four bushels ing fail one season one has another to of chaff and this allowance of mixed look to for an Income I would select food Is gradually Increased In propor such branches as required their greatest tion to the Increasing demand made by attention at different periods of the tho unborn lamb on tho system and year and which brought in an income strength of the ewe Since the Intro- Â¬ at different seasons After I had made duction of this chango in our system of my selections I should stick to them feeding tho ln lamb ewes oases of for life by so doing your thoughts beabortion havo been unknown and tho come centerod on these particular mortality among the ewes has been at branches you becotno an expert in that On this point I may bo line are sought after as authority on a minimum permitted to call your attention to my thatyubject and soon have a reputation lecture on Abortion and Mortality that will aid very much In securing a To ready market at higher prices Among Ewes delivered in 1877 enable me to arrive at something llko a Mistake number four Is not was definite Idea of the cause of the fearfully using too small an amount of manure or large number of owes which aborted and fertilizer This seems to be a difficult died in many parts of the country in one for mo to correct and I do not betho early part of the year referred to I lieve I ever shall though I think I sent out more than four hundred cir- Â¬ grow better In this respect every cular letters of inquiiy each letter con year It soems vory hard to take a taining twonty questions to dollar that I have got safely in my and others throughout the United pocket give It to a fertilizing man and Kingdom These wero almost all re then throw the stuff that he gives mo on plied to and tho questions fully an my ground One must have great faith swered They showed clearly and con- to do It but there is no question that clusively that the greater part of tho such faith Is well founded if the ferabortions and deaths occurred In flocks tilizer is equally well compounded The where the ewes had been fed on a comfact that tho fertilizer man will trust paratively unstinted allowance of com- you for tho samo for six months or mon turnips and swedes unmixed with until you have had timo to get at least dry food and that a good allowance of Its cost back Is sufficient reason that be dry food undoubtedly does away with believes that what he sells you If many of the ill effects produced by sim- Â¬ proporly used will be the means of your ple root diet It was also very clearly obtaining enough from Its use to at shown that whore the owes wore grass least pay him and he In a sense fed there was an entire absence of any stands In with you serious amount of abortion or mortal From my observations with the exty ception of markot gardens not ono Much is said and written every year farm in fifty receives anywhere noar of tho importance of sows being prop the amount of fertilizer and manure It erly fed when in pig Tho great point should A farmer plants a crop manwith most writers Is that the bowels be ures the samo as much as ho thinks he kept open and to this end the feeding can afford to or what to blm soems a of roots Is very generally recommend liberal supply cultivates it vory careed But this as many a breeder well fully and obtains a fair crop perhaps savo his tho usual amount Now in nine cases knows has not enabled him to Fobruary and March pigs They come out of ten I assort that right here is one dead or with so little life In them as of tho Important turning points between to be unable to enduro the least cold or making money or only just holding find their way to tho teats With pigs your own or making a loss that come later after tho sows are I say that If this samo farmer had turned on grass such losses do not used three or four times as much dressusually occur It is not intended by this ing or even twico as much that In all to discourage tho growing of root crops probability It would have doubled the for sheep and swino but It is as well to amount of his crop and added very know when their use should be avoided largely to tho quality of tho same all as to know that they arc in any way of which excess ho obtains from simply useful as food for live stock Phil supplying tho extra manure Tho Thrlfton in Broedors Gazette amount invested in teams land labor taxes Interest cultivation etc is tho A Good Watering- Device ftfid hiict ilnrliwi fvi samo in both cases with a slight inflirt fi tviat -- -v v watering fowls is an earthenware foun- - crease in cost of harvesting His land tain mado expressly for the purpose It Is loft In far bettor condition and his crop Is of fine quality and meets a ready has the form of a cylinder with a concave top In tho side Is a small aperturo sale I believe such a caso means tormina a trough when the lar Is on its profit while tho former means failure clilo Int fVilc trnnrpli tft wutnp lrtura It Is the same In principle as keeping only as fast as It is used by the poultry mongrel stock in place of the puro breds Thus the supply of fresh clean drink is and both can be summed up as follows kept continually before them Filled Mongrel stock means dunghill fowls with hot water In winter it will not got razor back pigs worthless curs llttlo or cold onough to freeze before night in a no manure moans poor land poor crops ffii si rt rrnilU VmstnA snriatUiifn lc tA poor stock poor man deserted farm ti sm UIU0WJ PUUVMliUW On the other hand pure bred stock means blooded fowls thoroughbred pigs pedigreed dogs plenty yes lots of manure means rich land boavy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FALL WINTER BE ON YOUII Ps P 0 S0VERC0ATS1 you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WI1EN Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only ono place lor irmi ft an and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINCJTON MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky Thev keep in stock everyming mar is new auu siyuaii ami you can not ask for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing ap The fall has been a little back parel but what they have it in stock long time before we have sweet April ward it is true but it will be a showers and we advise one and all to prepare tor tho laag cold winter that every one the goose bone included predicts We do not advertise to sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them bat we do adver You want tise to sell them as low as any one quality considered we wain vour iraue so vare us a firctfldsa wp ll mndft othniE and call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices ruid we are con j fident that you will not go away without Demg convinced that we ad vertise the truth Talk is cheap but low prices and honest square treatment wins every time Dont forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond a I ittt Czz Â¬ CLOTHING COVINSTON jrfefore Buy You ora Ill lUflMlVUlUQUfa kl MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers Main Street I i Befcre You Buy Southside near Hotel Glyndon raiEmiciL Â¬ Â¬ flock-mas-to- rs Â¬ FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICKS best Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES Q I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices RrrC wvvuo Qlirl K rxxwwK ctixxv Snir OG Winter is coming and nothing is more gary than a good pair of Hoots or Shoes in I Im o TJq4 Â¬ chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders 17lirnic1lirtr frrrr1c X1 III lllfelllllg VJUUUb rndfirWfiBr 3n Shirts from the cheapest up Collars an cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handke nTi plain fancy cotton woolen - Vi r Â¬ ght medium Â¬ WA A GRAND POWELL Corner 31dIoI3Leos AA A An AO A The second half -- n Henry of Mrs John Henrys idrestood to the baby not MIGRATING FLOCKS Amu nmer took tha baby and John w for an snuggled int ile had scarcely got to be was awakened by the his bosom Ill go and brinj up your breakfast If j oull just mind the baby while rs for it- - Theres the breakfast bell now liaby will be good Im sure Ill set her on the bed and you can play with her ad some conscientious scruples or something about going to bed just after dressing and she filed emphatic protests which the dis-Â¬ appearance of her mamma did not tend to rondof lees energetic This time John Henrys efforts to ssuago the grief of his child were utterly unavailing He endeavored to explain to her that the features of Edna the chubby rubber doll were worthy of more than a casual glance but baby - not listen Equally unavailing is efforts to point out the wonder Â¬ ful beauties of a choo choo locomo- f 1 Csually They Are Composed of aa Ing Multitude of Birds T finally Mrs John Henry came to rdt assistance and carried off the baby while he sat up in bed propped pillows ate his buttered toast and eggs drank his coffee and thought that the prominent phy- Â¬ sicians idea was not such a bad one after all His breakfast eaten John Henry Peddieord lay and dozed and lazily dreamed for perhaps half an hour when his wife invaded tho bedroom Tho following two estimates of tho numbers of birds contained in migrat- Â¬ ing flocks arc suggestive of the im Â¬ mense numbers that are in existences Captain Flinders In his voyage to Australasia saw a compact stream of Stormy petrels which was from 50 to SO yards deep and 300 yards or more broad This stream for a full hour and a half continued to pass with Â¬ out interruption with nearly tho swiftnoss of the pigeon Now taking a column at 50 yards deep by 800 in breadth and that it moved 30 miles an hour and allowing 8 cubic inches of space to each bird tho number would amount to 151500000 Tho migratory pigeon of tho United States files in still more amazing multitudes Wilson in his American Ornithology Of ono of these immenso flocks says let us attempt to calculate tho num- Â¬ bers as seen in passing between Frank Â¬ fort on tho Kentucky and the Indian Territory If wc suppose this column to have been one mile in breadth and I believe it to have been much more and that it moved four hours at tho rato of one mile a minute the time it took In passing would mako tho whole length M0 miles Again supposing that each square yard of this moving body com- Â¬ prehended three pigeons the square yards multiplied by 3 would give 2230 274000 Christian at Work Invention of Steel Pens Mr Joseph Gillottwas a Birmingham working jeweler In 183a One day he accidentally split ono of his fine steel tools and being suddenly required to sign a receipt not finding his quill pen at hand he used the split tool as a ready substitute This happy accident led to tho idea of making pens of metal It was carried out with secrecy and promptitude and tho pens of Uillott became famous The manufacture of metal pens has been as Important as any Invention connected with business and education since that of printing There are now numerous firms which produce as many pens every day ax all tho geese in England oould have sup plied in a year There is still a barge demand for quills and quill pens but for common use in these days of universal education the importance of Gillotts first invention is incalcula Â¬ ble Leisure Hour Â¬ hot-ev-- I have seen sixty samples of milk from sixty different herds analyzed and the results recorded in a little over two hours at a cost of not over eight ornlno cents for tho sulphuric acid used This method of analysis is vory easily learned Heretofore we have taught our students both Patricks and Shorts methods this year we shall add Bab cocks method to tho list Herewith we present pictures of the simple appa- Â¬ ratus needed As stated elsewhere tho test consists in mixing equal quanti- Â¬ ties of milk and sulphuric acid thor- Â¬ oughly shaking this mixture and add Â¬ ing hot water and shaking tgain In Fisr 1 the bottle at tho left Is used for holding tho milk and acid It is marked with a scaio at the top for measuring tho fat The figure at the center is a pipette for measuring the milk which is sucked up to the black mark on the long neck The other vessel holds tho Fig 2 shows tho machine for acid whirling the bottles about with cross sections at Fig 3 in which a is a hori- Â¬ zontal wheel b sections to which are soldered cups or tubes c inclined at an angle of about thirty degrees while d Is a copper jacket with a cover Milk fresh from tho cow is taken whilo still warm and thoroughly mixed by pouring it tuoor three times from ono vessel to another An exact measure of it is taw n put Into the tost bottle and a meas Â¬ ure of acid added The bottlo is then placed in the machine as shown at c Fi 3 Then by turnuir tho crank of the Machine tbo bottles are violently whirled about for five or six minutes ufficiontly wcirli i filled U the nock with hot water then put into the ma l jn i ilia fa e lil I iMirol crops choice stock a a prosperous home and a valuable farm er WATERING DEVICE DOBvealent Corn Crib Our illustration shows a corn crib convenient easily built and just such a one as Is needed on overy farm not yet provided with a safe place for storing corn By placing the crlbon posts from two to three feet off tho ground and using inverted pans painted no mice or rats will get into the corn The space between the oribs proper can be used for shedding wagons and by mak Â¬ ing a swing lift extending from cross girts above the box can be removed FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change our business January 1st Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost air tight keg or can with a small gim Â¬ let hole noar the bottom TVe is stood in a pan with sides higher than the hole Tho water flows Into the pan and when It has covered the orifice stops Such a contrivance secures most of the advantages of the bought vessel though I prefer the latter as it Is dura- Â¬ ble Georgo IL Northrop Washington County N Y IMPROVED NEST BOX This Is Certainly a Uood Device and Worth Trying Mr James E Riddle Groersvlllo O sends to Farm and Flrosido a plan of a ncst box which Is easily constructed and very convenient for cleaning out and collecting the egfe In describing it he says There is no patent on this nest box so I will give it to your readers It can be attached to any poultry house by sawing a bole in the side of the building large enough to let the hens go through The bottom of tho nost box Is one foot square Nail two pleoos of lath to the side of your building one at the bottom to TTfBr3lrTaTanTaTsayjBSaS7ar1 EVERY ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN CONVENIENT CORN CRIB easily when only the running gear Is needed In building the crib use 1x3 Inch pieces for sides and ends 2x4 for uprights plates and rafters for founda- Â¬ tion use 4x4 inch and for joists 2x8 Inch gained in so that floor covers level from out to oat As to size use your own judgment but His best not tohavo it less than six feet wide each side of passage way and the drive to be about eight feet Mako any length desired and for best protection cover with shingles Orange Judd Farmos Â¬ he Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un Â¬ derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Crooke Bennett August 27th 1SD0 Urmston support the nest marked A in the and one at the top illustration B just the thickness of the board to throw a bull steer or cow for surgical or other purposes It must be done with tho least possible danger of In- Â¬ jury to the animal Our illustration drawn after a sketch sent us by A Moseley Jackson County Wis shows a very effective and simple device for the purpose A sound half inch ropo is secured at one end to tho base of tho horns A slipping noose must not be used but a knot tied at tho extremity is drawn into a loop at tho proper place The next operation is to get the off hind foot into a large loop of tho rope which is then drawn taut between the hoof It sometimes becomes necessary How to Throw an Animal lflrV M NE8T BOX that tho nest box is made of to at- Â¬ again m had an idea John Henry she said Ive no end of shopping to do and I just believe ril go to day while you arc at home No Mas can take care of the baby as well as you I feel to much safer when you are borne with baby dear and you wont mind will you love John Henry groaned inwardly wouldnt mind it at all And he didnt for a whole half hour after Mrs Peddieord disappeared The baby had been ted and for the space of thirty minutes thereafter was a model of angelic sweetness Then oatne a change however and the infant be earn more exacting John Henry performed various gyro-sue evolutions on the bed for his of one infant which were duly applauded unul thq aycuator doslroq a H DEVICE IfliSFOR THIlOWIXti - HUB AN ANIMAL and the dew claws Tho operator now stands close to the near hip with the loose end of the rope firmly grasped in bis right hand Seizing with the left hand the other part of the rope he gently but firmly pulls the head toward him at the same time taking up the slack by holding all taut with his right hand Soon the distance between horns and heels will be so shortened that the animal willoome down on its haunches and then on its off side All is held taut while It is necessar to hold the animal down to pick out any nails or snags from its feet pare the hoofs and anoint for hoof ail or any other purpose American Agriculturist tach a button C for holding the box in position Nail a board extending up- Â¬ ward from tho bottom flvo inches wide next to tho building Tho board at the top where the hinges DD aro attached is 0 inches wide and extends 3 inches down oach side of tho box Tho lid Is 18 Inches squaro and tho box is 12 inches high In front and 10 inches next to building Having finished tho box all that Is necessary is to turn tho but- Â¬ ton at the top and the box can be lifted from its support and cleaned frosh nest material put in and you can walk alon tho side of vn ir rmilriinir and gather the eggs from the outside as these boxes arc attached to the build- Ing from the outside Testing Salt The following method of testing salt used for dairy purposes an exchange says Is laid down by salt manufactu- Â¬ rers It is a simple teat and can be tried by any one The most practical method of testing salt In the absence of a ohemical analysis and ono so sim Â¬ ple that any dairyman can satisfy him Â¬ self of the purity or comparative quali- Â¬ ties of dairy salt Take as many com- Â¬ mon drinking glasses or largo test tubes as there aro samples of salt to examine and fill each aliko with puro cold water then dissolve a toaspoonful of salt from each sample and note the comparison tho Instant the salt is added- - Tho solution showing the loast scum sediment foa n milky color or other impurities is tho best dairy salt Flavor of tho salt may bo detected from this solution after it has stood from ono to two hours closely covered A good color In salt is of course desira-Â¬ ble but the whitest or a glistening salt oflons contains impurities extremely detrimental to dairy products which are h rd to detect but some of those may bo traccvllu tho solution moth od Farm Field and Stoskman Save Tour Corn for Winter FREEMAN more lhan half a century the name of Freeman has FOll before the publir Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his pocketbook and his ideas of value Now Freeman continues to make boots and shoef lie also has a first class line of CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a due line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19- aPCall at No 2 First Street I P M POPI HEADOUARTlfS FOB All Kinds of Hardwar Coal Vases twenty two Inch iron pipe which recently exhumed after being buried in the earth for fourteen years at Lassen CaL came out as good as new Tho pipe was well soated with asphaltum when it was put into the ground This may be taken as a good test of the preservative virtue of asphaltum A was Corn will not provide tho hens with egg material We aro awaro that many readers will smile when we tell thorn that corn should not bo fed to hens in tho summer but faote are stubborn for corn Is mostly starch and If the hen is to derive the materials from corn for the production of eggs she will havo to eat a quantity so largo as to tax her fullest capacity tho result being that she is soon ovorfat and will then not lay at all Corn Is excellent In winter be causcd It then keeps the hen warm but during the summer season It is unneces Â¬ sary Do not waste your corn by feed Â¬ ing it now hiit retain It for winter use Ths Worm VFill Tn n Badjrerinsr Attorney Insanity runs tn your family beliuve Long suffering Witness Well my grandfather quit gathering rags to beÂ¬ come a lawyer N Y Sun 1 STOVES fli5 -- g USTRUCTION IN BOOK K EPiWG SHORT HAHO TYPE WRITING PENMANSHIP TEIE6RAPHT ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT k STRATTON BUSINESS COllEGE SOUTH WEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON 8TREIT8 IQUISVIUE XT CATALOBUE ERIE THOROUGH JuMMUidujjzm Â¬ TINWARE OF EVERY -- DESCRIPTI lIMWIBlMiiWiWWMiMaWalaMWaWilMMaaM Turkeys Wanted Important Notice Mr Geo WJudy will commence dress ing turkeys for us in Richmond about Nov 1st and vill pay the highest market prices for good turkeys delivered at pens For prices and further particulars address Debts due McKee fc Traynor for the eervloe of stallions serving mare in 1887 1888 18S9 ni 1690 must be paid to-- Owen KeKe All mares farmed in 1889 by McKee Traynor having colls living at weauiDg time will be paid for by Owen McKe owner of the colts April 14 1890 44-OWEN McKJEE GUNS AND AMMUNITIC A CALL AID SEE GILMAN 1S 29 BRENT Paris Ky SET DOOR 10 POST OFFIl SHBi Company cured the office on Second street Vedaesiay- - - Koyember 19 1890 next to Whites drug store recently oc Â¬ cupied by Dr J M Poyntz and opened Thankagiving Tlmrslay Kovonhc it Office therein The agent is the polite 27th Mr Miller formerly with the Adams Ex- laaa spr the past few ompaiiv this place more riventh engaged in Lexington Mr Miller re Â¬ Concert at the court turned n Tues lay A last week and opened up for business The 1 S is lt earning I iil rnoelved Formal turkeys Ver the Three Torks railroad and there lore reaches all ooints SM tl Holiday and yesterffin c HIV lillttl III HIV Southern aa well as the Louisville South nun vls run over and kill ern liv a rtreet aw in Maysville The Adams Express Comjiany has for rienced baok fcetper aad many years had the exclusive control - i jHicilion Stin Richmond and vicinity Its agent Mr Muticie is popular with the people II remain Pro at and then was no great demand for an - DBtil Saturday evening other company yet competition is the life the Methodaat otmrch las and the volume of business will 7s hy their excellent supper atly enlarged i i -- THE CLIMAX lev Tll Express Office n 1 - I Â¬ by W M Miller concerning n mains from old burying Main street in Richmond - A Terrific Blast Â¬ the First rreslvterian display of chrvKantheixon luilting yesterday last week - lia a tiii - M its wint- inlay and tlie jin abotri December 1st nil steam ly te lor liim of Tiik Temple of Fame lit It will be an en joy Cora good cause and patroniaed Bub the -- Hani- - for several months dcliv- - Adams Ex- - the jMisition of Three Forfca Stone hat an accomplished i lii innali who is eut- e on a different plan from doyed in Richmond lactioii to eus- Urmatoa desire -- la 1st - Ipy January I f order Byron McClelland of Lexington pur Ageaciea and Oaannanjea Thai Lost Chairman Harris appointed the follow- Â¬ chased of John Madden same place the the Fourth street depot ng The insurance covering the property ing committee to draft a charier r by i entral i in Cincinnati yearling chestnut filly by red by fire on Saturday night No Elias Webb of Boyle county was conTobias Gibson Versailles liii ol lriek James M Onondaga dam Bonnie Lee for 3000 victed in the Y 8 Court at Louisville of Bt Thomas luis Gen John Williams ML She cost Madden 500 last spring The ue stejis The vember 1st was as follows Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Cbaa s Powells agency counterfeiting and sent to the peniten- Â¬ Forman Sterling M v Keai Louisville s mi plied with grates and W L filly is the most sensational youngster or Carriage call on DoneNon for A Ck Hartford tiary fur seven years I be 5000 Home Scott Shelby aiis ire ChenauH ever Dred at McGrathiana she having he has the latest best an 5 2500 Liverpool London paid on re Glotx with ilt paper and a twenty Just before the motion to adjourn the won two remarkable races in Lexington i Satioi Ren v Lancashire We wish to wind up our d in Dr P P iihani iier hangs from the eeilfollowing resolution was carried last August one a quarter of a mile in M der or Dralt to barn near framed mirrors of large ChenauH iv Rurnam Home 2000 Liv- Â¬ Retoltrd That when this convention 022 the other three eights of a mile in business by January 1st and stantly killed in his Wednesday Lexing erpool London Gl Norwich adjourns it shall le to meet again at Lou- 036 ton by a the walls The building is hope all parties indebted to us ham was one of Morgans men i South California 1000 isville Ky on the second Tiles lav in IV irand Hotel A new depot Union Joe Thompson the well known Austra1 S Collins 2500 Liver- - cciuber s to lie erected Pukes regiment and pr Haaras S Baomi at Cynthiana Northern will favor us with a settle- Â¬ lian sporting man who made his first an some He had accu medicine until recently s BROrii li hiiionds time next money many years ago by his bone Don ment of their accounts before mulated considerable property It was Add Yokk small damage losses in three companies PERSONAL Juan who won the Pallarat Cup and Print i Ink V Powells on Main or by that time a cold blooded murder 630000 besides sailed by the Teutonic on r Kice foamd the aeventy lost street Dr T J Taylor has returned after an 1891 Urmston Wednesday October 29th on his way to Crooke Bennett sin iii Fur Sale in the Cum w They lurnani i Humes agency Chenault absence of several weeks San Francisco in which he intends - tt county by a man who I have 2300 3au t rirnainSjiringieldS Jnoo PennsylvaMrs John D Harris and daughter tablish a new race course The only conin np on his way through the nia 2 of the Commissioner of The Mrs C M Clay Jr were in Chicago dition asked lor by Mr Thompson will II II COLYLB IO- Mr Kice let him oil with a fair x Greenleafdt Crookea agency Pensions just published shows that J S last week be that the citizens of San Francisco orCollins liioni pensioners in Kentucky there are inlay nine In the Count Miss Katie Payne a former ganize a jockey club which will 1 at tie dc Turieys agency 1 S Col- at Madison Female institute is teacher the management of the course andassume The Etta Keel Daaammy 1390 of whom are in Jefferson county negro men were sent to the work- guar H aupfrs Wi visiting iHpu justify ramatic company will lins California Mrs P C Hagerman Prof Sheff the Optician owing to rush lor Ill days by Judge McKerran antee first class sport and honest races Forman Chenault Co and Chenault i the police unrt booae every night next ot business and great success will remain ty Sin rill Mitch Mi scs Minnie and Myrtie Tipton of Mr Thompson signifies his willingness iV Uurnam will lose above their insurance pulled a tough resort over the creek just regard night and Thursat Armcrs Jewelry Store until Saturday anspeedwell Iiavc returned frpui a visit of to offer valuable cups and will breed a a in 1 oompany is highly about 13000 JSCollins loses above several weeks in ctasB of horses himself which will be a evening it outside of the town limits mi r ri lay literari Winchester rarance about 2000 E W Pow- Â¬ i re caught night and r has Keen through any track In the manufacture ol pig iron the there Mr WO Parrish formerly of this credit to as Main street wereilam ells no at Mt Sterling oiiimimicated census of lsK shows Virginia as the place has changed from Lilly Ky to worthy 0 Forman Chenault To Loan Money tor mortgage on Mike the valuale horse lost by Mr W The igarette Law sixth State in the Union formerly her Co had 15000 insurance on the mill Jellico Tenn and is with the Jellieo time first class real H Miller recently has been owned and place was the seventeenth Maysville are building elevator machinery boiler and Coal Company Ml- - s K G Hn used by him for the past twelve years 2- 2lew to boys engine ChenauH iV Duraam had From a column article the appended WASTED The late Captain Jack Hamilton of lbsiiliitions of teased and Couilolenre The penalty is a heavy Vki on wheat and stock in Elevator and paragraph from the Nicholasvilie Demo- and was one of the best trained saddle A P Partus a farmer m Jacksonville in this coturjy was once and harness horses tiiat lias ever been in jury oi Clark county re- - mill building J S Collins had 3100 crat is clipped At a regular meeting of Madison Lodge Those who braved the A position as book keeper or salesman approached by a tramp tooth doctor who iiist Winches- - on four residences Mr No 14 1 O O F Richmond Ky held with some good clothing or dry goods creditors E W lowell was wind and rain on Tuesday night to hear tin county He was possessed of unusual wanted to work on his teeth All intelligence knew his masters vooice rettea to per- - full v insured November 10th 1890 the following pre- house in Richmond the beautiful and gifted daughter of i ienL Have had twelve from E Barnes who died several years said Captain Jack who squared would follow him about the place like a right ajje amble and resolutions were unanimously yeais expeiencc at practical Book keeping Green Clay Smith in her dramatic recit- Â¬ The Toliacco Ceaventiea faithful dog and had been taught nianv himself in chair for the dentist to o ur- adopted suddiii UeadL al were surprised and delighted from the and retailing goods For particulars ap Â¬ I have moved my Blacksmith and Seventy or more counties were well amusing tricks He belonged to the ate On opening his mouth the doctor Whereas It has pleased the great ply at The Climax ollice first appearance of the magnetic girl -4 Mary lidliaiii colored and Wood Shop to my two story build represented in the State Tobacco Conven w Gray Eagle stock of horses both fam- expressed surprise that the old Captain Architcc of the Universe to remove from hose i li versified powers entranced every i ddliain the ceiitena- - tion held in Lexington last week had not a tooth in his mouth Third Street and am prepared to do Why for ilies noted intelligence style The authorities of larrard countv sent our midst our late Brother John M Wileye and ear lor two hours And with days a ashing and felt said Captain HARPERS PERIODICA and durability His loss will Senator John I Harris of Madison be I was born that way the returns of the Novemba election to blacksmithing and wood work in a true son and I employ Before retir- - was ejected permanent chairman and his What ease and artful abandon she did it Indeed is it BO but have you hard to replace for as Mr Wm oldam Jack James G Plaine secretary of state of the workmanlike manner Per Whekfas It is but just that a fitting at out and got a liucket of wa- - brother-in-laEvan s McCord of the firm of Taylor remarked the other day skilled workmen Bring vour work to Oh yea a full set Col AVm V Sunn a man never never had teeth recognition of his many virtues should be United States inetead oi the aoiHtaiy of At 2 oclock in the night she ws HARPERS WEEKLY me and I will guarantee sati faction at once Captain Hamilton was a re Â¬ Iaris chairman of the Committee on Res ic McCord attorneys at law leaves to- owns but one Mike in a lifetime state of Kentucky had theretore be it HARPERS MAGAZINE it 4 00 morrow for Fairhaven where be intends Her age was olutions 11 cruiting officer in the war of 1812 and SLMIOKJ R HARi Resolved By Madison Lodge No 14 NOTICE ItlNCKIlMNti 0LU ininiM When the lists for 1880 are made up it had eveal deaf and dumb children to locate permanently Mr McCord is a The convention was a prosperous one HARPERS YOLNG PI 2 00 I O O P that while we bow with humble will be found that at least one sire has 6RIH M though a great talker and tailor himself NEW ADVERTISEMENTS at ItMCaart i and accomplished much good The first bright young lawyer and Fairhaven is to contributed to the 230 list more new Â¬ submission to the will of the Most High trot Awkian Cithi n He The le congratulated in her acquisition Satarday nights day was devoted to organization United we do no the less mourn for our Brother Notice is given to persons who have rehas been in ireat Falls only a year but ters and pacers than any one horse ever Richmond the second day formulated and adopted the ise The Owensboro dailies haw evidently who has 3een taken from us v latives or friends buried in the old burying in that time has gained many friends did before in one year Nutwood ert Cnan- - subjoined resolutions provoked the wrath of the lire fiend A The Volume of the Weekly Resolved That in the death of John ground on Main street in Richmond that Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office through his pleasant bearing and we H L A F D Stouts great son of Bel- Â¬ Whereat the crop of tobacco rained aneinl ladies Every mont and Miss ltussell now leads all few weeks ago the enquirer was visited M Wilson this Lodge laments the loss of we will proceed to have the remains of all at Richmond Ky week ending Nov iS with the first Number for January ot year Whe nually in this and adjoining stales is one wish him much good luck in his new sires this season and it is not likely that by a conflagration that destroyed its en- a Brother who was ever ready to proffer Saturday at persons therein buried removed at our ex scriptions s Mary Anderson Mattie ol great value to the country adding and we understand more a Ivantageous entertainment for 10 tire plant but the generosity of its eon- - the hand of aid and the voice of sympathy pense to the cemetery unless removed by rent a Louis Baxter Mattie situation Great Folk Jami sums DaUg he will be overtaken although the Elec- Â¬ ll star actors Reserved largely to its wealth and commercial I iff John tioneers are still trotting in California temporary the Messenger enabled the to the needy and distressed ot the order relatives or friends Done by order of the Bolen Emiiv Bound Volumes oi HakiEk htvli and Bauffman Sallie for three years b in Ambrr and in the next six weeks may succeed Inquirer to appear regularly until a new anactive member of this order whose ut- Â¬ city council WMMILLER Mrs irherras the class of laborers engaged will be sent by mail pottage paid or by The Inquirer hud most endeavors were exerted for its wel 2 4 Mailaiii Ptjra Can oarl tuuinany in approaching his number Nutwood outfit was obtained Executor Malcolm Miller Behaman C Benlord Martin Nannie THIN OOLlMN Z Nettie free of expense Burnam express ed the iu the cultivation of this crop are general- Â¬ hardly gotten upon its feet again before fare and prosperity a friend a compannow has nineteen additions to the lists nm last night Tuesday ly men of small means and who rely ex Miller Ed freight does not exceed one dollar per vol- Prewitt of Clark Collins ElUibeth Miss Katherine sixteen trotters and three pacers which the situation was reversed by the de ion who was dear to us all A citizen for I7 00 per volume Colens M inlier 2nd at the court jan C When Winchester gets the Capital G Winn of Mt clusively upon the profit oi this crop for W C Col Denny Jo eph added to his previous roll of twenty eight struction of the Messenger ollice It is whose upright and noble life was a stan- county and Mr John Cloth Cases for each volume suitable at concert company Powell M J Sterling will be married OB the 25th Dandle J W support and support of their fami- she will pay her boom advertising bills trotters and lour pacers gives him forty needless to say that the Inquirer placed dard of emulation to his fellows for binding will be sent by mail post paid itertainment under the theirand Uena Terea a Greenberu Sam on receipt of lies With two express companies in Hicli four trotters and seven pacers a total of its otiice at the disposal of its rival and 00 each ResolED That the heartfelt sympa Â¬ id the ladies of the EpSKopal Gill Mattie Shearer C M To the Farmer Boy Rem Waereaa the price at which tobacco niond she should be able to express her- fifty one performers at twenty years ol it seems superfluous to add that the en- Â¬ thy of this Lodge be extended to his fami- Â¬ bv be mad Spencer II II God Joseph live performers in Office Money Order or Draft to avoid Educate Grugs Nancv has been selling in the markets is less self clearly The great Henry Clay said r Annie This is tuilly a wonderful showing terprise that has placed these newspa ly in theii affliction age lUtraltO and ac chance of Maria Millie than the actual cost of its production pers in the front rank of the Kentucky If Prof Shell doesnt find in Rich Resolved That these Resolutions be for business the age demands it The Harris Fred W B ti Farm soloist and eantralto White N E Hart thereby taking from the laborer his prinwill enable the Messenger as it spread upon the records of the Lodge and renowned Commercial College of Kenmond a field to suit him he should go n Marv rcs3 or J and violinist Hamilton John W The Kentucky horse market during the has its contemporary cipal means of suport and reducing his to Sheffield to quickly sur- a copy thereof be transmitted to the family tucky University located on Main St Harper ic Brotiii- praam Delucca Hern Clias W humorous and few weeks has been uncommonly ac- mount its present troubles past family in many cases to actual want and Ihmeille Ad of our deceased Brother and to each of the opposite Court house Lexington Ky is Addre s HARPER A BROTHERS Post Ollice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m A rose by any other name would tive and a large number of animals have Thi- all ladies irknius the tobacco growers of this smell as sweet hence mcate York newspapers of Richmond and the Estill the cheapest best and highest honored Money order and registered letter hours - old and has an ex- the Huff Wheel changed hands at good prices During State are unwilling to submit longer to men are College in America its graduates secure prompt 7 a m to f p m Capt Boyle G ltodcs and las Dodds Eagle of Irvine Ky smooth fellows nation J B WILLIS p m the Breeders meeting over two hundred exactions extortions and wrongs the finest positions Book keeping ArII J Strenc 1891 recently hail a paper circulated for the If the Democrats take Thanksgiving head were sold at public sale and yet last loose from all mmi and are determined to cut ithmetic Penmanship Correspondence 1 J Feenv entirely unto themselves the Republi- Â¬ week the Stock Farm published a list of purpose of raising money to erect suita1891 and such associations and combinations also Phonography Type writing and Telk of wild ducks we have L Frazee ble headstones over the graves ot the cans can fall back on ground hog day private transfers that occupied more than New classes formed egraphy taught ii in this country passed over sell their own toliacco in their own ware- Â¬ brave Confederate soldiers who falling PEOPLE You have beard that figures wont a column and a half This week howev Students of all HARPERS Y0DNG AN AUMIRAULE CYCLOPEDIA each day next week last week They houses by their own agents at such places in their support of the Lost Cause lie list of late private sales eclipses but have you topped to consider er the ages and degrees of advancement received nib and under such regulations as they may lie ml hundred and were AX lLLISTKAfED WEEKLY buried in the cemetery here with no whether or not you were told the truth that of any previous week in the history Visit the College or Iigh in the air going in a southerly di- - deem just and proper therefor be it We art pleased to note the appearance on easy payments onibstones or epitaphs to mark their last The important series of paper on South Richmond has so n any additions that Of this paper It speaks volumes to the resting place The sum of 228 was sub of the nineteenth volume of the admirable address its president Wiibur R Smith mi li That we establish a per aal in a beautifully un- America by Thfodre Chilo will be well informed reader The lines of it The Twelfth Volume of Harpers continued in Harpers Maoxzine du- It was ap- Â¬ Lexington Ky she is rapidly multiplying ad the aameaaamoB of manent organisation of the tobacco growWe hope no scribed and paid and an order for Ki Aldens Manifold Cyclopedia breeding are given perhaps a little fuller The Yolnu PkoiKE begins on November 4 or drapery rather ers of the State to be called the Kentucky divisions will arise to cause subt actions headstones of the blue stone variety parent from the first that this was to be The successful production of high I his best and most conpreheiisie southern C than usual and they will show just what Growers aaam ialton or the pur Â¬ the Cj clopedia for the people and each grade steel htely accomplished at the weekly in the world tor young readers pre tarda 1 chneaa Tobacco You have heard of oiigfcl lows three feet high ten inches broad and e contin Di dlev Warn kind of blood is preferred by the fanciers euhuity of their flight was noticea- - pose of co operation in the sale of the to- - Skeleton in Armor iv attrac but if there is a from the different sections of the country four baches thick was given Mr James succeeding volume emphasizes the great steel works of the Southern Iron Co scnts a rich and attractive programme ued A mo- 1 A tions will be a novel bv Charles Egbert bacco product of the State Kinnaird of the Bedford Stone Cos and superiority of the work for popular use Cbattonooua marks 1 new era in the in In fiction there will lie Campinatcs skeleton in Aimer it shows up mighty of the most notable transactions reOne Story of the Plains4 by KIKK Ml nroe abonj your poBda and along for and little from the outside Craddock a collection of original draw Â¬ i oam subscribe It is dustrial growth of the South on Saturday they arrived and w ill at over its far more costly competitors Men of Iron a romance by Howard ings bv W M Thackeray now pub Â¬ corded this week is the large purchase the creeks and most likely youll be re Â¬ take stock in such an association to be The fields once be placed over the soldiers graves remarkably comprehensive Pyle with illustrations by the author lished for the first tune a novel written Mrs Pullnettle and Marin will take made by the Messrs Peerman Brothers NOTICE warded with a good tind general statutes the of literature science art and of all knowformed under the by Sophie Sheet Fixing Hill Faun They are very much like the head stones and illustrated dvGeoroe dc Malrier part Tuesday night in the Temple of of Berlin Germany Quite a number of ledge are thoroughly gleaned The topics The Moon Prince bv R K Ml n kit a novelette by William Dean How shares of which shall be 10 and shall Fame lliriiwu lulu Silver llllli ami after that they may appear hot semen think this exportation will be over the Union soldiers graves except by Annik ells and a series of papers on London From this date henceforth no visitors TRleK and Yellow top bacco growers any not lie line the latter are of marble Supt Sullivan are ably treated many illusations are weekly in the Thin Column day but Week In addition these live Mrs JT P Sim followed by many similar ones and that given and a vast amount of information will be allowed in the Jail except on Wed Bronson Kixo be stories in to or three by Walter BaaAXT The capital stock citizen may take of the cemetery w ill at once see that the two iii lis and Miss Annie In the number and variety of illustrated The gentleman who will appeal as the American trotters will soon be in greater HeJarnatt were stock to be nesdays from to 3 oclock This Nov serials there will with right to organ parts bv Thomas Nklson Faoe Hjal papers and other articles on subjects of stones are put in place DunriUe A4m is condcrsed into small space The aitic driving from Richmond to Kirksville Norseman in the Temple of Fame 1 2th demand in Europe than ever before An1890 boyesen edwin lxsset timely interest a- n the unri subscription of 100000 Each les are written by experts in their various mar hjorth safe and with them were two of Mrs Simmons ize ujmiii Spof ems etc John F Wagers Jailer ter Bynner EHarriet 1rescottPerry character of its thori lines and are carefully andskilltully edited bolder to be entitled to one vote should next try his dramatic skill in the other important feature of the market is A very distressing accident happened children Having crowed the creek at share leading character of Aultz well that the growing popularity of we bred trot Harpers Maoaise Wilkins Nora je to kord Mary 22 23 J - iarks Ueputy The results of the latest discoveries and lor each share of Btoek and other Short stories and articles on maintain that standar ience for Haaans nill the h and the teis in the Northwest and the lot ship to Elder John S Sweeney Pastor of the inventions appear many of the subjects general officers of said compa ends well The The Downwards who were arrested at science historv travel adventure games which it has been so long tiarirafiiianH Christian church on Tuesday of halies jumped out Rut before they The Nelson county Record pokes fun ped this week to Mr Daly of Montana Iaris being brought down almost to the date of Falmouth for lias assassination of Tows and sports with hundreds of illustrations ny shall Ik a President Secretary and this week while hunting birds in Poi xdd the children the bone of the volume Among the import Marshal Voglesong are still at Coving Â¬ of the highest character will render Har Â¬ tree with such a numlier of Yice at Tiik Ciimav for mentioning the beau- will no doubt be the cause of other WestHARFZBofi IERIoDlvALS ertson county in company with James issue whirh pers YoLNi Pkopee for iSji unrivalled turned the Damg officers aa may Ik tiful cemetery among Richmonds at- ern millionaires seeking the cream of the I McClintock an YV T Overby topics treated in this volume we notice ton It was intended to take them to as a miscetlanv of the best reading for Praaideuts and other both of ant over iutoti and threw the little deemed necessary by the Board of Man- tractions Kentucky paddocks with which to try Thats not unexpected for Per Year Rule in Ireland Homestead Entry Falmouth Wednesday but the authori- Â¬ boys and girls How- this city Kid Sweeneys injuries aie in Home t water rreserving agement The Board of Directors shall down in Kelson they never die just conclusions with the fast ones bred on the the lace and eyes and were accidentally and the Homestead Laws for all the ties learned of a plan to lynch them on MAGAZINE HARPERS 4 00 To judge by our list it Pacific slope id the ladies ran in consist of eleven members in addition to drink themselves to death States Homoeopathy nearly 7 pages The best weekly publication for young HARPERS WEEKLY their arrival 4 00 A ilock and pulled the children ashore No would be difficult to say just which par- inflicted by Mr McCEntock It is edited with HARPER S BAZAR Hop Horology Horse Horse Racing ted by the stock people in existence Can it be that there is a mistake in 4 00 the President t of birds had been Bushed on the Overby DoneLson has a quantity of new Sul- scrupulous care and attention and instruc- HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLEIMb bsajgj holders to be so distributed over the tie announcement that the Duke of ticular line of breeding is the most fash Â¬ place several miles north of Blue Lick Horse Snoring and Horse Taming Hos- kies Surries and Buggies of the newest Jiiucli daiiiaj J tion and enter tainment are mingled in its Howard University Marlborough is on a visit in this coun- ionable but each transfer shows that the Springs near the mouth of Johnson pitals i pages State that al seetions may be represented Postage Free to all subscribers in ie and most popular patterns and at very pages in just the right proportions to capdesire of purcliasers from every section is ladivUaal ban Works glial elected from try Hydroptthy over 6 pages Hypnotism possibly it is the Duke of Welling- Â¬ and no two directors tivate the minds ol the young and at the United States Canada an1 Mexico parted 5- reasonable figures to obtain if Hsible some near relative Creek when Mr McClintock Ice Immigration same time to develop their thinking powput in inty and provided iu every event ton and that he had somethin eney and 4 pages Hysteria This is in full accord company with Mito a performer N 1 Oticrxer deajamad to sup- Jailer Tipton Deputy Sheriffs Ratlitf er The Volumes of the Magazine with valuable statistics en directors shall be with the Waterloo of the 4th inst Imports and Exto the right with the Stock Farms theory that men Overby McClintock wilh the Nurrdjers for lurca w th figures for the United States anil Richardson and Deputy Marshal portr but tobacco grow The telegraphic editor of the Cincin- who wish to breed trotters successfully In a short time a bird tlew up in front of covering 100 yean Indians 7 pages made a raid on a crowd of crap sli Postage Prepaid 2 00 Per Year of each year TEKMS The purpose and business of this nati P name that is well known should us trotters to breed from subscriptions wil be While McCiintock when he fired at it Elder Induction of Electric Cnrrents S pages on Fort Hill Saturday night and an f order yd XII begins November 4 1890 UsisJJt remains company shall be to establish or select all over America current at the time 01 livery schoolboy there are a lew of our contemporaries Sweeney who was some 50 or yards They In the I ne of biography we find articles ten and landed them in jail r not it will work Bound Volumes of Harpbk warehouses convenient to me growers oi knn i hls sllliiel with lirorinlul it mes VIII X and XI of Har- that attempt to prove the Stock Farm is away had his gun leveled at the same on 1 leaner Hood Horace Howard were tried helore Jude Appeaaon Mon- The individual pi atisfaction when he reached it in WeJ iro Vulvi wniil r ritPil in ith will all wrong it will that the men Lird his finger about to press the nigger HowclU Hugo Humboldt Hume and day and fined o aaa J sent by mail postaue paid on receipt ilie ooard lined by I dr V U okl blue back spelling book It is who have the money to deal in and raise when McClintock fired tiie result being escaped from the officers and war- - of The other volumes are out receipt of j 00 per volume by mail post- med well but the shall have power to conduct a warehouse liaker 50 each each for binding that twenty or mure of the shots took Hunt while among the Countries and them trotters prefer buying those bred in the ol print V rants are out for their arrest Hungary are Honduras ive plan lyiidon was a failure It pud Seven iu right hand States iioted The editor of the Hazel Green Herald best trotting lines In the face of all the effect as follow nven- raaced Index to Hxapaas Magazine Al- Â¬ under left eye one Iceland Idaho Illinois India 35 pages Kaff announces that he has received from a facts laid before our readers in this issue one immediately Specimen Cofy sent on receipt Of 8 pages and Indian Territory phabetical and Classified for Volumes I with such committees neighbor new and authorizod Littles llarber Shop Removed grazing scalp one in each cheek two in Ihdiana fat chicken cent stamp Wu we cannot 1 d of trying to boom to 70 inclusive trom June 1S50 to June ar int with sob committees andtl and one in lower lip It is fortu- Â¬ including the opening of Oklahoma The George T Little has removed his barfrom the principle the trotting horse market when wi aappot Single Ximbers Five Cents each 1SS5 one vol 8vo Cloth 4 price of his great work is almost incredibly that the at between ber shop down street to the house formerthat birds oi a feather aril flock togeth- that horsemen from all over the world nate the distance a Remittances should be made by Post Remittances should be made by Post low and it is sold on easy installments if v Order or Draft OtSce Money Order or Draft to avoid the parties otherwise the result would to avoid ly occupied by Sanders cigar store secer for Spencer Cooper is a sort of old want Kentucky trotters Lei chance of loss doubtless have been very serious When so desired Specimen pages sent free on ond door from Herndons corner He chance of loss B Alden Publisher New II have would Newspapers are not t copy His adver ers are not to coty tiis adver- Mr McClintock discovered what he had request John invites his old patrons and the public genYolk Chicago and Atlanta New Orleans Minstrels Tin ck in it erally to call Customers promptly tisement withont the express order of tisemmt Tuithont the express order of it for the unci The irand jury found that his reverend friend Harper Broth sas Harpsr Brother irofita Friday and Saturday nights at the court man w wu gist kedness in Col J J Laudrum Collector of Inter- Â¬ waited upon Everything clean and first locked t BROTHERS Address HARPER it BROTHERS - house this convenfhatthel the Ixmisville granite contract matter Lim that he was for some time incapa- - nal Revenue for the Sbtth Diatrktia dead class and the best of work done N tw York JRK call on all per to them to come forward j mean to juit business mud scam whatever that is caused an entirely different effect from what was intended as an acre of rocka and general debris went up several hundred feet Ugh and scattered around the country over a half mile radius A Denmark mare belonging to Mr James Howard was grazing more than six hun dred yards away and a nowud rack slunk her on the hip tearing it entirely off The roek then buried itself fourteen inches in the ground The mare had to be killed A wheelbarrow sitting a hun dred yards away came directly under a rock as large aa a barn door and disap peared into the ground except the wheel and a little piece of the ends of the ban lies The ilv Collector was standing on a log a long way oil and when he saw a gigantic Iwmlder coming in that direction lit out but when be had run about two hundred yards the rock about the size of a cow fell immediately in front of him The rocka were fifteen to eighteen sec onds falling Mr Roggs claims that his mare was worth at least gSfJO The company will doubtless settle promptly for the damage It was not known that the mare was hurt until found by a man going to dinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ About noon on Friday a blast containing fifteen kegs f powder was let off out at the water works reservoir A ner tion be authorized at once to appoint a special committee of five to draft a charter and by laws to conform to the view in these resolutions as far as may be found legal and practicable 7 That the present holders and growers of toliacco are urged not to push or sell their present crop of tobaccp at prevailing low prices it being the sense of this meeting that the ruling price now is not fairly remunerative to the grower We further recommend that the quantity of tobacco to lie raised next year be reduced in amount and improved in quality We also condemn all false packing believing it to the injury of the grower 8 That we note with pleasure and pride the manly course of the ftinui Hnui euruai of Louisville theJCiwtatiy suu Unkm Mt Sterling 4dcocafeandthc CmWJQmrnaf of Henderson and recom mend them to the farmers of Kentucky as meriting their patronage with all papers friendly to rs We inrite the co operation of the tobacco growers of adjoining stales in this movement W E Simms Chairman J I Hoiton Secretary At the night session in the absence of Col Simms Ceiil John S Williams re aortod the fallowing resolutions which were adopted That we recognise the impor Â¬ tant value to us of the co operation and friendship of the tobacco manufacturers and buyers It is from and through them that all our money for toliacco must come that we have noted with special interest and pleasure the prosperity and anoma lous increase and demand and in view of this fact we want to announce that it is not our wish or intention to antagonize the manufacturers and buyers but rather to place ourselves in closer relations to them and as far as consistent with OUT own rights and interests we want to offer them every fair am equitable priv and facility for the purchase of tobacco in the tobacco manufacturing busiai this country recognizing the fact that the more tobacco manufactured the greater the demand for the raw material Thai on their prosjieritv largely depends the increase i consumption hVsofesd that our Senators and Repre- Â¬ sentatives in Congress be requested to use their best efforts to repeal the present internal revenue tax on manufactured to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HORSE NOTES the health MATRIMONIAL Pure air in the stable is as essential to The following is received handsomely of horses as pure food or pure engraved water Lire Stwk Jouard Mi and Ma J C Wicurra The man who feeds his horses unsound Invite you to wit li grain or hay will pay the penalty of such the marriage ceremony of their daughter foolishness some time LueSmik Record Sudie le of seven horses made by Col S and D Braes of Lexington at Linden New Mr Edgar C Bqgga Jersey amounted to SI 1150 an average Wednesday November nineteenth hie of movement w ithout assist am e Mr Immediately after the accident Overby hitched the horse to the wagon and the trio returned home At first it was feared from reirts that Elder was endangered Sweeney s eyesight but we are glad to learn that there is now no reason for for alarm on that score II is doing well and the prot- pects arc that his mishap will not ma- Â¬ terially i iterfere w ith his pastoral duties BLID Editor tfthe CUmtix Your correspondent from Waco last week states that Mr W H Sale was at the polls election day early and late in beI do not wish to half of GJ Gilliitn Conceal that I had Gilliam ballots but had neither boodle nor whisky to distrib- ute Just how he knew the number of votes cast that evening when the ballot boxes were not opened is hard to say W H Sale Fair dealing Â¬ oflV2 at five oclock Iaris JC uliirkicn Citizen Fatal maladies may lurk iu a filthy watering trough Watering vessels should be thoroughly scrubbed out every few days Lire Stoat fieeord A A Banner New York has sold to C J Hamlin Buffalo N Y the two year old filly Rahway by ffunarill dam Rosabella by Belmont for500O M Young Lexington has purchased from F C OReilly who purchased him on Tuesday November 4th the Stallion Hanover by Hindoo for 20000 Mr OReilly paid 16500 for him lane Stoci Methodist Church Cynthiana Ky 1890 Irk Record Midway id to Thomas Shannon Lex Â¬ ington the bay colt In- Jils Johosom Milt Yonii itam Vi i by Vagabond forfSOO Dwyer Pros entire stable of horses in training comprising forty two head were sold at auction on November 4th at Eliza- Â¬ beth N J Kingston sold for 30000 Hanovi sir John 5000 Inspec tor B 10000 Guy Wilkes 215 beats the world for getting fast youngsters He has already produced a yearling to trot in 2 29 a stallion to make a record of s iid four with rec Â¬ L 17 J ords respectively of 216 2171 iMS If development injures a horse for getting speed what a sire of trotters luv Wilkes must have been could he have always run in a paddock Stock Farm Allerton lowered the stallion record again last week trotting in j Truly a wonderful colt Allerton was sired by Jay Bird son of George Wilkes dam Cussie Wilkes dam of Parnhart record 222 Mambrino Boy second dan Nora Wilkes by ieoige Wilks third dam by imp Consternation fourth dam Helen Mar by Downinga Pay Messenger Advocate three-year-oldd Â¬ three-year-old Â¬ V P Harper Xantuia Stud i QmtMsM tkmaaat The groom is the handsome junior member of the prominent shoe linn of Wallace Bogaaj in Richmond and we hear that the bride is one of Harrison countys most attractive and popular girls Mr Pan M Chenault is best man The couple will come to Rich-Â¬ mond and take rooms at Dr L J where the groom has for some time boarded To day at noon Miss Nannie Poggs sister of the above daughter of Mr James Howard Poggs in the vicinity of Rich- Â¬ II G Colson of Mid mond will wed dlesborough Lev C P Williamson performing the ceremony The couple will take tin L30 trail and be present at the Dr Colson is welding in Cynthiana not only a splendid looking young man but a recognized leader in his profession in the Magic Citv The bride is a treasure of which the Doctor may well be proud Only a few relatives and friends will be present Both couples will proceed to Lexington thence to Louisville and Mr Bogga and bride will return to Richmond while the other couple will go east Â¬ ir RELIGIOUS Memphis white Presbyteriansare build- Â¬ ing a 10000 cburcb for colored Presby- Â¬ terians W Harding close a series of meetings at Sand Hill Lew is county Sat Kid 1 J urdy night with twenty nine additons Winchetter Democrat bacco l Â¬ I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Lev J I Wills has engaged in pro- Â¬ tracted meetings since July at eight differ-Â¬ ent points which resulted in one hundred and fifty two additions to the different churches mostly by experience and baptism lie has just closed a meeting at Fairview Harrison county and is now d at Freedom Church Garrard county commencing yesterday Dr Savage made an appeal to the Christian church on last Sunday morning for a subscription to the Garrard County Bible Society and received 1010 At the Union meeting at the Sunday Presbyterian church night about 25 additional was secured from those present making the total subscrip Â¬ tion from the church of the town SlioUO Lancatter Record Quite an important meeting conducted by the noted evangelist Dr Edward O Guerrant now of Lexington and Lev Hopper of Boyle county is in progress here The meltings which will be con tinued for a week longer were commenced on Sunday last by the lev Dr Plan ton Chancellor of Kentucky University VIA MBING AND GAS FITTINli at Richmond and Dr Guerrant arrived on Monday to continue the work with J M Rifle is an experienced plumber Mr Hopper These are the first Pres anil gas litter and his work in Richmond byterian services ever held at this place shows for itself He is prepared to exewith perhaps one or two exceptions cute all work in his line and that in the 1 attyrUle EnJU rprim best and most satisfactory manner He has recently received a large stock of fixtNEWS PARAGRAPHS ures of all kinds it Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Courier Journal says The Ma- Â¬ sonic fraternity of the State of Kentucky will receive with deep regret the death of Maj Hiram Passett of Millereburg Ky wlu- was found dead in his room at that place Saturday morning from an at- Â¬ tack of total paralysis Maj Passett was probably the brightest mason in the world and had attained the highest honors that could lie conferred iixiiiamanin every branch of the order with which he was identified He is Past irand Master of the irand Lodaa of Kentucky Past Crand High Priest of the irand Royal Arch Chapter anil Past Ci rand Commander of the irand Commaiidery of Kent lcky Knights Templar In all these In dies he has won his way by his remarkable aptitude for memorising and performing the asuet or unwritten work of the Order and as conferred by him the degrees liecaine more beautiful than even dreamed of by the illustrious men that have handed them down from ages gone by He has gone as far in York Kite Masonry is it is possible to go litis also Past irand Secretary of the irand lodge s position to which he was elected when made vacant by the death of the late J M S McCorkle He filled this ixisition for a number of years sad was finally compelled to give it up by reason oi failing health and was succeed ed by Capt II P Grant Maj Passett waaabouj seventy two yean of age Dur-Â¬ ing all his years of service as a Mason he seldom if ever failed to attend the annual meting of the Grand Lodge or other grand bodies of which be was a member He was present thouirh evi dently in very feeble health at the late session if the Grand Lodge October 1 and also at the session of the irand Chapter on the 18th ult It has been but a few days since he took the In meward road Masonry in the 1nited States one of its brightest ornaments As an evidence of the high esteem in which he was held when Pi st Grand Master Robert Morris lately deceased the pod laureate of Masonry died he left S by bis will to pay Maj Passett for conducting his ob seipiics and there has seldom been a time when he chanrrd to he irmrnt at any Masonic gathering and there was work to be done that he was not called ed uimii to do it He had been named as proxy by Past Grand Master Clark who has just retired from ollice to con duct the ceremonies attendant on the travailing of the statue of Past Grand Master Morris In a history of Masonry in which a tine steel engraving of Maj Passett is printed with other distinÂ¬ guished men he is alluded to as the brightest Mason in the world a title which is probably as justly bestowed as anv ever riven Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gratifying To All high position attained and the The universal acceptance and approval of the pleasant liquid fiuit remtdy Syrup of Figs as the most excellent laxative known illustrate the value of the qualities on The Maysvill wdilch its success is based and arc abunin the dantly gratifying to the California Fig Poyntz and the West End wen- aold Wednesday by Syrup Company Master Commissi nor Allen I Thursday night a special train left The former was p hfrwfht bj Mrs Lexington over Cincinnati Southern Poyntz for 15000 and the latter by Mrs and made the run into the Central Un- Â¬ Lida Bogera for ion Depot in Cincinnati in one hour Mr Geo Horstman Piano Tuner of and fifty minutes This is a fast run as Co of Lexington wi from Ludlow everthe bridge and through Mil ward the yards in Cincinnati was necessarily Richmond cce a month Ordc slow The train was chartered by Mr Whites Drug store will receive prompt attention i George A Draper of Hopedale Ma 4 Rev Ir J M who married Miss Jessie Preston at own Lexington Thursday night says the first C Preckinri The following houses hae lieen fitted John t vote i was with modern plumbing and gas fitting bv for W P Breckinridge for thi M RilTc the leading plumber and gaa J Â¬ 1 -- Eaaal Rights RAILWAY The annual meeting of the Equal Rights THREE FORKS Association of Kentucky will be held in Richmond on the 3rd and 4th davs of De- Â¬ cember at the Court House The people Doable Daily Except Sunday of this community are most earnestly requested to attend the meetings of this as- Â¬ sociation of men and women which is or- SCHEDULE BITWIIN RICHMOND AND LOIISVILLE ganized for the purpose of persuading men WKST liiLNI to extend to women an equal protection of the laws with themselves in the enjoyment Leave RtcnaMMd of the privileges and immunities of citizenj5 p ml 715 p at ship in obedience to the command of God to do unto others as they would like to have others do unto them in all things Leave whatsoever Mrs James Bennett m ijop President of the Richmond Equal Rights 22Association Â¬ Â¬ N Â¬ 1891 Harpers Baxar Gb regard to the Fa home tratiorhome n - HarifVs Bazar ia a Journal 1 for the numerou- - its artistic making a der I and th wit and humor 1 women BEE will write a F Carr W A fitter of Richmond Powell Jack Freeman John Williamson Shackelford Mrs S B White Mrs Gibson Central University with the W Fisher Gas Machine and the Garnett House with new improved gas fixtures ollice - BlRNAM k HVMB art class insurance comp 3J a- first- - Try will treat of Sanita- - Jlliet and an it At Danville Kmiry wife of Rev I of Hr P M Green and sister-in-lamer ot New Means died DKESS MAKING M Pal- an in Art and 11 Francis Scot Key of Maryland wrote ed will be furnished by Th be by Walter The star Spangled Banner1 Thomas r and Thomas Hardv M Key of Maysville Ky a member of General MeClellans stall wrote the Emancipation Proclamation Ke HARPER1 PERIODICALS member of the Cincinnati law firm of Per Year Taft Key A Perry before the war HARPERS BAZAR rI - lor Mrs J F Stone has an accomplished dress maker from Cincinnati who cuts This insures a better her own patterns fit and at far less trouble to the customer Her system is different from thote heretoSatisfacfore employed in Richmond tion guaranteed Mrs Stones line of millinery mrpatses any thing she has ever lie fore offered at this season and asks that the ladies come and inspect her display -5Â¬ ndfor it tbelr HARPERS MAGAZINE HARPERS WEEKLY HARPERS YOCN United 4 00 4 00 rlwa It m rneilia- worll Wiiislowsswilm 2 00 rs in lie Thursday morning at an early hour S while the foe wi John Fennel When no t and John Clardy with two other men were running a hand car a mile north of They wire run over by Bout tion train and Finnell instantly killed for thn Clardy had a li- - cut oil and is pr dead The others jumped and escaped Â¬ Â¬ rert HARPERS WEEKLY zzJxJTjsrrr i t- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ Tj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ tlttl Â¬ Harper Iniziti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1 THE POWER OF LITTLE THINGS I cali to mind some Itttto thin That swell to mountains great The ti parhapa ml by and by Some day also too late They have oomnaoded wearht and powea Although so small they Mem They are Indeed the hope deferred Of many a golden dream One need more patience will and strength Their Inroads to Impede Than heroes oo the field of war The battle on to lead They eat and rancor tn the soni They check the daily aonf Jrtnk the Joy of life till lip How long how long I cot - sassln cowed and captured marching in front of his Intended victim who was mounted on the real victims horse When Nyburgs nag galloped Into the barnyard at home a neighbor just across the way came over to see what was the trouble He found tho bag BATTLING WITH SHARKS Novel aad Perilous Adventuro with Huge Man Eaters ffSSK-S--- - Captain Joe Holland and Hit Stalwart Colored Man Engage In a Strang and Terrible Struggle Pursued by Pirates of the Sea eWAfc Ha9awStJl aflwflPwPjT kt I PIMM HIS is one of the most bctutiful spots in sunny Florida It is out of the world The heart grows aad and sick and fain The hair will whiten fast With waiting for the by and by That day so oft forecast How many hopes hang breathlessly one little word in some spects c om m re-Â¬ BaatTaH - but Its native beauties and ad- Â¬ miration all from And life or death will rest apoa Al little stitch dropped here or there The work Is all unoooe And hare you thought how small a cloud licglorous sun Uannah at Kohans In Inter Ocean One Z2b ROBBER b RIDDLE I SUBBENDKB OB BRAINS j2 SSs ILL OUT BLOW YOUR Â¬ l L JK Mi Story of Pionoor Life in CenÂ¬ tral Illinois Written for This Paper M fastened to tho saddle horn with money and note book safe Out of tho con fused Irregular pencil scratching ho waylaid deciphered tho words Riddle and the signature bridge Ho soon had together a little company of half a dozen men armed with pistols shotguns and other implements dan Â¬ gerous to life ono having merely a big club They were all well mounted and when they found nothing at tho bridge they came on up tho road whero they soon overtook Nyburg and his A few words of explanation prisoner were given and then three of them conducted Riddle the remainder of the way to tho place used as county jalL At the trial he pleaded guilty and was given ten years In States prison to meditate upon his escapade and to de- Â¬ vise a more skillful plan of operation for next time The evidence brought forth at the trial furnished tho largo crowd in attendance with a great deal of merriment especially when Nyburg told how frightened the robber was at his jack knife Many are the tales of pioneer life which tho old settlers of that region love to recount but none of them is oftener told or received with greater at- Â¬ tention by the children than tho anec Â¬ dote of Henry Nyburg and Robber H E Mills Riddle USE respective One of claims THE early settlement of Central Illinois a dispute arose bet ween two men over the dividing line between tbelr 4 Henry Nyburg was a straight forward thor Â¬ oughly business farmer highly respected by all who knew him the other was a lazy town loafer who spont muoti tlmo about llv- blos where occasionally he made H trade He isknown as Bud Riddle Nyburg charged Riddle with stone so as to K moved a corner change the ownTship of a valuable spring This Riddle denied and the rdered a new survey which gave the spring and several acres of land to The stone had cloarly loen i but they could not fasten the iif d upon Riddles although no one in the oornmunlty doubted that he had Â¬ the parties lu Is a picture in itself while the houses arranged around its clear open beaches mako a most fitting frame for such a picture Tho residents aro all great fishermen and many aro tho marvelous stories told of big catches of fish and adventures on tho coast Captain Too Holland is ono of tho vet erans of Lako Worth and hero is his latest fishing adventuro while on his last trip from tho Bermudas a few - atfo The captains pet boat is a small sloop and his crew consists of himself and a stalwart mulatto and a Tho latter had pot monkoy taught to haul ropes and do many other things of tho kind When out from tho islands on their last trip and in the Gulf stream they encountered a school Tho captain it appears of sharks tried every way to get rid of his unwol come followers but to no avail as they clung closer than a debtor and night or day their ugly looking fins and shovel noses were clearly visible shaped close by While proceeding along under easy sail the captain began practicing on tho sharks witu his rifle while Emmanuel tho mulatto tried his skill with an old fish harpoon Tho captain finally wounded one and tho whole school turned on it as its blood began to flow and a terrible commotion began near tho vessoL To add to the confusion Emmanuel struck a big one too and its frantic struggles coupled with tho streams of blood that flowed from Its wounds soon brought up all the man- Â¬ S sheet of water clear as crystal who visit here The lake a vast inland hoarse cry and in he went right among the sharks now furious with their Saeody foast The captain rushed up aan threw a rope but Emmanuel was nowhere to bo seen Soon a commotion was observed some twenty feot away and his head emerged suddenly from tho water and ho shot up in sight riding astride ono of the sharks Emmanuel was blue with fright but ho jabbed his queer steed with his big knife that he always had in bis belt and the vicious monster plunged for ward fortunately carrying him nearer the boat Recovering from his astonishment the captain flung forward another rope which fortunately Emmanuel caught Rising up on tho sharks back Emmanuel took the ropo with a firm grip and jumped for tho boat Sev eral of tho monsters plunged at him as be fell among them but by some strango good luck they missed him and tho captain hauled him on boardono shark just nipping off a bit of his heel as he was hauled over tho side This decided tho captain on tho shark question and they tried by means of sweeps etc to get out of this dangerous neighborhood Several hours later a breezo sprang up and wafted tho boat away from tho crowd of sharks that kept up their fight as far as could bo observed by the captain Capt Holland says this was the worst experience ho has ever had with these scr f liters and ho hoped it would bo tho last Thr sides of his boat show plainly whero groat pieces were bitten out by tho sharks and tho effects of their tar blows on tho dockiu are still plainly to bo seen St Louis Giobo Â¬ THE BEST OLIVER PLOWS -- IS OUR- - - Â¬ Â¬ Bid for Your Trade purchase was made U with a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fUR Fall and Winter -- Â¬ Â¬ buyer C3 axuxnrixuiruxruiruTrir ruip 5 aaaaaaaaaaaLlMaf a- Â¬ IH 9 Vk rTHs ZT r- i II GJ - WnuLL rrunLU All P Vj tFi 13 Eh P3 0 0 3 R Democrat I A Hud Dog very polite said tho tramp Why asked tho dogs owner Because be made me get off the grass ind then took my seat answered tho tramp adjusting his coat tails to make them cover as much space as possible Puck Another Idiot Jack Didnt you have your revolver in your hand when you saw the burglar Tom Ob yes Jack Well why didnt you shoot at him Tom I didnt know the confounded thing was loaded Puck Uttllzatiou Foreman of Daily Paper This cut of is flat Â¬ Before using Higgins salve tened out so that it wont print Editor Run it on tho first page and mark it Mrs Langtry in the dark weve got to fill space to day anyhow Judge A COLJJTKR ACtLsATION dont think that dog of yours is bbst oijtj injTTUTJTJiruTXLrmj umn WANTS THE g K o TPCZHZ S Fh o H SALS X3-E- - b j w Pi IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF 2 O SHACKELFORD Harmn T mwRTfi AiXl w GENTRY fan - DKALEM8 IN ALL KINDS OF WnntlfinwRrR Vwwu AND WAGON Firnislijr j f 01 BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Rkhmomi Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All K From this time he developed a per- for Nyburg which displayed tie annoyances a vicious and spiteful neighbor can inflict In a fcw railroad was pro- through that county from Chl- farmers colic her sever- - slock and produce iliom to market under Ny- nnd a ready sale and in a torary commls- iant returned wita some- isard dollars reached his sta- - r in the afternoon but sever- ays hiadeced its arrival till after trainmen and usual loafers were stepped from und at the further end of tho light he chanced to i man whom he thought Tho fellow at d the darkness and i d Ny- - t may go hard with mo hut if ho tries any t afraid of him schemes were riaed and awkwardly man- ad all the viciousnoss and 4 an accomplished villain rg tried to drown the present- i riought that fear was u mounting a borso b had left at a friends stable near by ig of fellows out watch- - right If that FOKK OVEIt TOVlt STlW i k ip baa but few teeth will need tho rakes shorter than one containing many small teeth Care should be taken to file tho rakes slim enough so they will wear down as fast as the cutting Riddles teeth This will prevent the saw from Grasping the situation he cried riding almost wholly on the rakes after Dont shoot dont shoot Just wait a a few hours use as it will if the rakes minute are filed blunt File every other rako He began to fumble in his pockets as from one side of the saw and turn the though after his money but he drew saw and file the rest from the other side out a note book fastened it open at a In filing all from one side the saw is blank page and scribbled as well as his quite apt to runsidewise as t is almost situation would permit a few hasty impossible to file them without hevol word lng a little which will produce this re Hurry up there cried the im- - sult ntu In using a saw great care should be All right said Nyburg let me exercised not to spring upward on its bring you the money Dont shootr end when it is pinched in a log Many Ho dismounted and hastily slipped good saws are rendered by the book inside the bag in which were this straining The edge worthless too becomes the bills and gold then fastened the long for the back and it is impossible bag by a stout string to tho saddle horn to make it run free and easy Neither He started toward the robber leading should a saw ever fall even a few inches his horse in such a way as to get him and strike the teeth Into a log especialalmost past the point in the road which ly if just filed as a slight turn of the Riddle held Then as soon as possible saw when the teeth are fastened in tho bo gave tho horse a stinging cut with a wood is apt to break the joints J IL rawhide and dodged behind a tree Off Andre in Home and Farm flasfitrl the horse at a furious rate Bang bang went Riddles firearm LIVE STOCK NOTES The horse rushed on and Nyburg was We are Indebted to our excellent conunhurt If Riddle was armed only with his old horse pistol the other knew that temporary the Kansas City Live Stock now he must be without a loaded piece Indicator for the items below which ac from bis retreat behind the tree he are not otherwise credited exclaimed Riddle you are making an A little saving of the pastures now awful big fool of yourself 1 havent a often means much more feed in the sumcent of money about me and your pis mer tol is unloaded You cant get either Pigs should never be fed so much at toy money or my life I know who yon one feed as not to be hungry when the are and you might as well acknowledge next comes that I am right Tree planting need not be done too Hew do you know who I amf de arly rather wait and have the soil ruffian manded the warm and dry I saw you at the station and I know is certain now that tho only way your voice Surrender or Til blow your to It make horse raising profitable is to Kyburg started toward breed and feed for brains out the best Riddle pointing at him his large jack Ummm present conditions knife the blade of which glistening In there is very little profit of feeding in the dim moonlight had much tho ap hogs after they weigh S00 poundsfeeding pearance of the barrel of a small re Is shoeing colts especially consider- Â¬ volver The robber quailed Dont flrer he able care must be taken to do the work properly cried in undisguised terror Ill give done that or considerable injury may bo afterwards may be difficult to up your horse then and give me overcome Those who carry away the prises at your pistol demanded the new master ion The order was prompt the live stock shows and fairs are tho breeders that allow nothing to interfere ly obeyed Now said Nyburg taking tho with the growth of the animals from bridle rein of Riddles horse you birth until maturity Examine the pedigree as well as tho march pretty straight to town horse It was a comical procession which a horses before breeding your mare Some may with good treatment pre little company of Ny burgs friends cam po as they hurried along the Badger sent a much better appearance than their real value warrants aweakroad A would be robber or aa Â¬ ho galloped toward home thinking how his wife and little ones would be over Joyed at his return As he entered a narrow strip of tim- Â¬ ber through which tho road ran for about a mile the frst light of tho rising moon liejran to make objects about in He had nearly nctlj visiblo reached the open ground boyond when suddenly at a little turn in the road ho was confronted by a man on horseback booted and spurred masked and armed Your money or your life exclaimed the man pointing at Nyburjrs head something which that benighted trav- ought to be a pistol Fork over your stuff he added in a husky voice i Nyburg at onco recognised as SHARP SAWS now They May Always Be iBStrnctlons Kept In Goad Order The first thing to do when putting a saw In order is to ascertain If the teeth are of equal length It not tho saw needs jointing If the saw goes straight through tho log ltdoes not need j dntlng But if the person who files it does not use it he must trust to the eye to do cide whether the teeth are of equal length If a vise is not at hand to hold ST cut a kerf three or four inches deep In tho top of a stump or the end of a log Place the saw In this and fasten it with a wedge The stump should be nearly breast high to be convenient To joint the saw romovo the file handlo and hold the file as nearly level as possible between the thumb and fingers and run It lengthwise of the saw drawing the file backward Instead THE CATTA1X WOfJXDCD OX of pushing it forward When filing the teeth do not file them to a sharp point within a mile as tho captain but leave the end nearly an largo as the averred The huge ugly creatures head end of a very fine sewing needle plunged round about the vessel strik Â¬ Few saws will stand to cut through ing at the vounded onc3 rnd taking hard knots if filed to a sharp point great pieces out of their sides Tho The points of the teeth will break and fight grew furious tho sharks jumping Mr will be in no better condition out of the water and rushing at each for business than before filing other with witle opca mouths armed Tho next work after filing the cutting with such ngly looking sets of teeth as teeth is to set them This is best ac- Â¬ the captain says fairly made bis blood complished by using a saw set mado as run cold In rll over forty big sharks follows Tike a thin piece of steel with were engag j in tho scrimmae and a hole punched through one end about the c tniiiayvn they caused was ter as far from the odgo as the teeth are riblj long Have r slot cut from tho edge of aSBtaJn and Emmanuel both Th this steel to the hole a trifle wider than feared that this fight would do them dam tho thickness of tho saw The best guage is made by putting a small scrow Sgeas every once in awhile a resounding with tho joint filed sharp through the thud on tho boats bottom would show end of a stick three eighths of an inch that the ravenous creatures carod little for such a vessel as theirs All of a square and four inches long Adjust the screw to the width you wish tho saw sudden a big fifteen foot wounded shark set take the guage in the left hand and rose a short distance off with another He rushed plan it against the left hand side of tho double his asize in pursuit right into saw as you stand facing it from one end on and in jiffy had sprung Tho end of tho screw that projocts tho boat and tho other followed Tis over the teeth will show how far the bard to say who were the most surprised tho sharks or the captain and his crew tooth on the right hand Bide of tho saw The monkey flew up tho mast chattering with fright while Emmanuel sought safety on tho bowsprit and the captain jumped into tho cabin The two big fish floundered around in the boat tho sides being just high enough to prevent their getting over rgain Tho boat rocked to and fro frightfully as the huge sharks kicked about Captain Joo says that ho expected to go to Davy Jones locker at any moment The INSTRUMENTS FOR KEErTSG SAWS IX sharks both lay w ith their hoads towards OKDER tho bow and their tails near tho cabin need Betting This style of setting is door Venturing forth after awhile tho far preferable to a combined sot and guage for the reason that many saws captain seized an axe and standing contain teeth that set much harder than near the door he brought it down with others and with a combined set and all his strength upon the tail of tho big The effect was electric up guage such teeth will spring back leav- Â¬ fellow ing an uneven set in the teeth To went the flukes with a tremendous guago the raking or planer teeth ue whisk and while the axo went out to a small straight edge just long enough sea a dozen rods tho captain was whirled to reach to a cutting tooth at each end backward into the ocean just catching when the center is placed over a raker the rudder post as he felL Emmanuel tooth Gauge the rakos from ono twelfth to one twentieth shorter than tho cut- Â¬ ting teeth according to the size of tho teeth A saw with Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THEllHlilRiSSflRTKIEHrOFTHE So lEITICn UITUL II UNACQTTArNTED BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest anJ Quickest Route from Cen tral Kentucky to All Ioinls orin East WeM and Sooth west WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF 7 PBOH A MUCH VALUABLE DsTOSM SlISOH FAST 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aOuuotiiitTH orecnt pontpaid on reoeiptof etaaAMjaJUOkia L43AU9 VaUaa bV iu a pri ihwUi ItlDIXO ASTRIDE ONE OF Till SHARKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ perilous position After the skipper had recovered they started for tho sharks again With an adxe and tho rifle active warfare was begun Blow after blow was landed on the tough hides of tfio plunging mon- Â¬ sters while they thrashed about in the most lively manner the little boat creaking in every timber from the shock Finally Jocko came running down the shrouds to take a hand in the fight He packed up a belaying pin and creeping up to ono of the sharks brought it down with stunning offect on the man eaters head Tho huge fish jumped for it with wide open mouth but the nimblo monkey jumped out of the way and came back with another blow Notwithstanding their ser ona predicament the captain and his ally could hardly keep from laughing at tho spectacle But the most serious part of the fight was now over and tho vicious looking sea tigers lay gasping out their lives as the men rained blows upon thought that tho captain had gone for good and ho halloed outright In his fright Tho captains voice somewhat choked with sea water reassured him and the bravo fellow ran nimbly down the side of tho boat jumping over ono of the sharks and on reaching tho stern helped the captain up from his WW COOK STOVE AND- - Lexington Belle Range FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER runs daily lietween Lexington and ClndaaatL No 1 raas dally BRGTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL iietw en Cincinnati and Lexingaaa Noa t anil ti make connections it Winches ter for points mi Ihe N N A M V Kv IMPORTANT Trains of this line now arrive aland depart from the tenlral Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making co li We offer the services of for the TAZOO ned ion for all points North Ens mid Viet Through Ticket si id and Baagagc Checked to any innt reached hv a railroad For full particulars addiesa or call on any aaaatof Hie company or -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 85- W L MLNSON Trav Passr Agt rinclnnatl O S F P MORSE Uenl Pass Ag Cincinnati Money due if m re is parted with other e who L I HUNTINUTON V Prea Uen Manr regularly on gra at ten cents a dv h It I UK Agent Richmond Kv General Otlices liamlier of I ommerce liuild- - every care to prevent accidents ur e iu Cincinnati O r Yazoo is by 88 xacro 2 nttfli sie cf aui S- 2 stasis at 200 Note that we now have doulile daily train services both wa on Sundays betwnen Cin i t dam elands m of Yuba record 2a1 cinnati and Lexington at Nata co re in 230 Belmont iinl daas YCdr of orta dam recordVoltaire Hvinen js trial Portion 23c Caildc Harold two mile record in naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in CiiCf sire of Lad Taora 3rd dam hy Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a be sut c The above idigree NEW BUGGIES no Chief his sire grand si and sire arc e re lilutnous m Young Portia his dam a NEW PH2ET0NS where bred foundation No 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TRAIN NOTES t a - ud Â¬ CARRIAGES 24 I 1 GLASS JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS 18 THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE HAVE THE NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new anil of the very latest Nil terns They are fear sale on lha must reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont g home without one 5- JFBook 43- now open -- her Creel - TS BURNAM CO MADISON PATAfRTTOTEL L Lincstozs Street 0r-If LEXINCTON r V Wew Bnilaiafj and Fnmitnre sd Well L Fernale Institute 111c klein proprietor ALL SIZES ALL KINDS Stock the Largest - Guns and Ammunition TrT OAT CM lVyiV DTLjI AND YOU CAN HAVE THE JOHN DONELSON school for inriy inrj oung session 01 I mis no girls m iwiaHUayaBpwiMn m tv mi FIN Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES A full corps of competent tc SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 Admi aaona to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE rooms be lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine For Catalogs and Orange Streets on or adu ntvallv GOOD Iiii teA D- - ATES S2 and JJ 250 per Day 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished 40x150 feet TWO FRAME DWELLINGS sepcrate or as new elegant whole on BC HAGERMAN 1iin Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS a J A G WILLIAMSON D X CitENACLT them Â¬ Â¬ All this while the monsters outside kept up their infernal warfare on each othor and tho sea was blood colored for a considerable distance Over a dozen bodies floated to the surface some half eaten and others with many gaping wounds in their sides The two on deck were finally killed and they wore thrown overboard The deck was slip- Â¬ pery from their blood and as Emman Â¬ uel stood by the gunwales a sudden lurch of the bqat threw him over A Prices the Lowest Fifth Street on TINNING A SPECIALTY for CASH j Ml V Street aci Powells 50x160 feet each ttxT Tor prices on anv of the above inquire of MRS E W W1GG1 4- 8- THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS Walnut Civil Engineer and Surveyor brooks chenault Real Estate Brokers Rl Lanr Mate Igingi South Downs for Sals Liu--t- o i of City and s la Main Stbeet W C FITZPATRICK CO I have a lot o Bucks for sale 6- Southdown farm ence soli rvey of lands iu mot 9- - - JOHN F WAGERb SOiE- c- Richraor